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one frame. It was bad for a Sox
pitcher, as they are expected to shut
the enemy out at least nine innings
in order to let Cal's gang get a run
If Cicotte hadn'tbeeq. bad some
one else would have assumed the
blame. It is a welcome change for a
Sox pitcher to be "slightly off color.
It shows they are human. Chase was
of great assistance to Cicotte in the
fatal second making enough errors
to cinch the game for Washington.
Today the Sox open a series with
the Athleticp. Apparently the Mack
men have. hit their stride, judged by
their games against the Naps, and
gobs of gloom can be seen in the off
ing for our hopelesses. But Scott,
Benz, Cicotte or Russell may man
age to shut the Mackmen out 'until
darkness halts the pastime, and we
Harry Lord says he quit the Sox
because his batting eye was dim. Cal
lahan has a full team left because
the rest of the athletes aren't so sen
sitive. Detroit made a cfean sweep from
the Yanks, and gave Caldwell his
first defeat of the season. Dauss stop
.ped the Yanks with five safeties.
Burns got' a homer and Cobb wallop
ed two doubles. The crowd didn't
like the work of Umpire Chill and of
fered to mob him after the game. The
usual result of a baseball mob. Noth
Bedient was whaled by the Browns
for 11 hits in 8 innings. Joe Wood
pitched one inning, his first of the
year. Austin got three singles and
C. Walker a homer and single. Weil
man held the Red Sox easily.
Baker, Mclnniss and Daley batted
Blanding hard enough to give the
Macks a win over Cleveland- Shaw
key had to be relieved by Bush.
McQuillen was hit hard by the
Giants in two frames, while Mathew
son held the Pirates safe throughout.
Stock and Konetchy got three hits.
Larry Doyle is out of the game, Grant
playing second for the. Giants.
Reds made three straight from the
soft Braves. Yingling allowed five
hits. Crutcher was batted from the
box. Niehoff got three hits.
The crippled Phillies are up against
it again. Byrne broke a finger yes
terday, forcing Irelanto go to second
base and Sherwood Magee to take
over the shortstopping. The Cards
batted Jacobs hard, while Griner had
an easy time. Chief Wilson got a
homer and single.
Runt Walsh won the game for
Baltimore with a homer, his sixth of
the year. Suggs just shaded Palken
berg in pitching.
Brooklyn outsluggetLthe Sloufeds,
Lafitte and Groom both being pun
ished. Artie Hofman played second
for Brooklyn and got atripple and
two singles. Hap Myers, knocked a
homer and single. '
Nick Cullop pitched another good
game against Pittsburgh, and Kay
See won. Savage got three hits.
All of the Americans fell down
badly in the St. George cup golf com
petition in England yesterday. Tra
vers was best of the invaders.
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"I had eight fights this week and
won every time."
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"My little brother." . .
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