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Jim Archer caught a couple of in
nings, and made' a hit. He bad no
occasion to throw to second, there
fore nothing is known about his
mended arm. Bresnahan quit in the
seventh after four Phils had swiped
bases. Roger was suffering from his
family of injuries and did not want
to stay in a game that was hopelessly
Home runs by Becker arid Paskert,
each with a man on, spilled Cheney.
The Cubs got she hits off Tincup.
Bates, Williams, Stack and Smith
were all used after the game was
gone. Knisely played left in place of
Schulte and failed to deliver. It is re
ported that Bates has been given a
ten-day notice of release because of
the acquisition of Knisely. O'Day has
plenty of outfielding material.
If Joe Tinker gets out of the east
in first place he will be more than
satisfied. The Tot leader does not
expect to increase his lead with three
high-class regulars on the hospital
list, especially as Indianapolis and
Baltimore are at the top of their
game, and better opposition is being
encountered in every quarter.
Flack, Zeider and Tinker are all
hors du baseball, and liable to remain
in that condition for some time. A
big gap is left when these three ath
letes are out of the game, especially
in the baserunning department, as
JEtollie and Max are two of the best
thieves in the third circuit.
Johnny Farrell is carrying the bur
den on the left side of the infield. A
youngster himself, he must steady
Fritz and Stanley, in addition to hand
ling his own position. He Js taking
care of the situation in excellent fash
ion. Manfully the Tin clung to a one
run lead until Watson wabbled in the
eighth and dealt two passes. Pitts
burgh jammed over the tieing run,
and Delehanty on it in the tenth
with a homer. The Tot run was scor
ed on Fritz's triple and Farrell's single.
Tomorrow the Tinx come home for
one game on the North Side against
Pittsburgh, then hop back east to fin
ish their invasion.
Eddie Collins' triple in tenth inning
let Macks beat Browns. Baker poled
a homer, double and single. C. Walk
er got a homer and single and Pratt
three singles. Shawkey and Leverenz
failed to last in the box.
Ayers' fine pitching and Mike
Mitchell's timely batting beat Detroit.
Morgan and Ainsmith being suspend
ed, Smith played second for Wash
ington and Williams caught Ban
Johnson has not yet decided on the
length of the suspension for the two
Yanks made it five straight over
Naps. Caldwell was a puzzle. Cook
cracked four singles.
Reds rallied against Marquard and
downed Giants. Benton kept dozen
hits scattered. Stock poled homer and
two singles. Daniels got double and
three singles. McGraw was canned
Rudolph held Cards to two hits,
and Braves won another, beating
Perdue. Mann' busted a double and
Brooklyn slammed Harmon and
beat Pirates. McCarthy soaked two
doubles and Wheat a triple and sin
gle. Ragan was a puzzle.
Kauff got three hits and Carr a
homer and single. Falkenberg al
lowed two hits, and Hoofeds downed
Baltimore and Kay See each pump
ed 15 hits, but Terrapins got best re
sults. Perring .hammered single,
double and triple, and Knabe and
Goodwin got three singles each.
Schulz, ex-Yank, was easy for
Sloufeds, but Keupperwas softer for
Buffalo. Kommers and Smith each
smacked a triple and two singles.
Louisville, 2; Minneapolis, 5.
Indianapolis, 6; St. Paul 5
Milwaukee, 8; Columbus, 7.
Cleveland, 6; Kansas City, $.