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Carrigan got a homer and" single.
Leonard got three hits and Speaker
his daily two.
Walter Johnson lost another.
Frank Schulte, Last of the Old Cub
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and two singles. Moeller pasted
three singles. Morgan's suspension
was lifted and he got back in the
Yanks made 22 hits off three Tiger
pitchers. Boone got five, Daley and
Cree Jour each and Peck three. Burns
of Detroit knocked two doubles.
Braves won eight straight, blank
ing Pittsburgh second successive day.
James allowed four hits. Six Brave
hits were used to advantage. In last
seven games-between Pirates and
Braves former have failed to score in
Reulbach easy for Cards. Dressen
poked triple and single. Doak held
Phils bunched four hits with errors
in one frame to score all runs. Magee
and Cravath each got three safeties.
Herzog prodded double and single:
Killifer caught six Reds stealing.
Hoofeds lammed Schulr in ninth
and nosed out Buffalo. Laporte and
Louden each registered four-baggers.
Crpom pitched well' and Sloufeds
downed Pittsburgh. Delehanty crack
ed two doubles.
Tom Seaton stopped Kay See at
proper moments. Land and Stovall
knocked a triple and single apiece.
Artie Hofman whaled a double.
TOO MANY TINTS
"There's a colored wig anecdote
they are telling in Paris.
A royalist duchess, receiving in her
gloomy hotel in the Rue de Varennes,
put her lorgnon on the entrance bf
an ugly and over-dressed marquise
"I don't object to a green wig, bu
why brown teeth and lemon-yellow
"What's the matter, daughter?"
"Father, I want a duke."
"That can he arranged, my dear. 1
was afraid you might want a base
ball pitcher." Baltimore Sun. -