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mediately he secured .a regular as
Getting away with that in impres
sive style, he was tried as a rescuer.
And at that task also he has suc
ceeded. Of the last four games play
ed by the Sox, Faber has taken part
in every one He was a rescuer of
ability in three, and pitcher through
the fourth for a win. He saved Bevz i
in the eighth and ninth yesterd" ,
going to work with the bases full
and two out. He escaped uninjured.
Jack Fournier is finding his bat
ting eye, and is increasing the attack
of the Sox. When he first took Chase's
job Jack failed to connect, and was
particularly weak in the pinches. But
he has improved, and in the last two
games his hits have been important in
copping for the Sox.
The Sox are now tied with Boston
for fifth place, and Washington is
within reaching distance.
McGraw will haye to find stronger
pitching to win the National League
pennant in a canter. Fortunately Tie
isn't in the American, or his staff
would look a lot worse than Connie
Fifty-five hits in the Giant-Dodger
double-header. O'Mara, Smith and
Fletcher each got five. Nine pitchers
had unhappy times, Matty being
among those hammered.
Cooper scattered five Card hits
while the Pirates knocked Griner out.
Cooper fanned six.
Red Sox and Macks took turns
slugging, and each copped one. Ed
die Collins knocked a homer and-
Buck" Herzog, Cincinnati Manager, Who Tossed a Bat Into the Cub v