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cation in the league but for that bad '
We've been Handing credit for the
great showing of the Braves to the
pitchers, but little Walter Maranville,
the crack shortstop, should not be
overlooked, even though he Is a
midget Evers will draw a 'share of
the applause for cracking the Braves
alqng, but Maranville- has just as
much life and dash as the Trojan,
Is as wily, and as clever mechanical
ly. He played just as fine ball last
year when the Braves were hopeless,
which 13-tfie true test of an athlete.
Rudolph won his ninth straight
when Braves licked Giants yesterday.
Mann poled a homer and single for
three runs off Marquard and
Fromme. Cather pasted three hits.
Braves. were,never In danger.
Pirates won twice, first double bill
they have copped this year. Cooper
and Adams gave Cards four hits per
game. Perdue and Perritt were easy.
Wagner, Carey and Collins bagged
three hits each.
, Reulbach held Phils to- four hits.
Daubert scored one Dodger run- by
stealing 'home. Dodgers had asked
waivers on Beulbach.
Macks slugged Ayers from slab
and easily downed Washington.
Shawkey allowed three hits, Poster
Yanks beat Boston on four hits,
Leonard's wild pitch, being costly.
Fisher kept Red Sox swats scattered.
Hobby whaled a single and double.
Hagerman puzzled Detroit and
Naps batted freely. Jackson walloped
a triple -and single and Lajoie got a
hit So did Cobb.
Chief Johnson won his first game
in Federal League, though hit hard
by Baltimore. -Bates and Kxuger got
three hits. Gihnore soaked a homer.
Moseley and Krapp had pitcher's
, battle, IridlahapbHa winning on luck.
Rarideh's triple won game."
Finneran held Sloufeds'to two tiits
' in six innings and Brooklyn beat Bob
Groom. Then jfain stopped proceed-
ings. - ' -