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they are even with the second-place
If Detroit fails to halt the Sox rush
or even should Jennings' people get
an even break, the South Siders will
still be riding safely and will gain
even more confidence. Right now
the Sox don't believe there is a team
in the league that can put an obstacle
in their path. They go out each aft
ernoon confident they can bat home
enough runs to win, no matter what
the score of the other people, and this
feeling'wins ball games when backed
by the mechanical ability distributed
through the local line-up.
Of their last 14 games the Sox have
won 13. They were fortunate to
catch a long series with Browns and
Cleveland at this particular time.
Yesterday's game was Won because
all the fellows but Eddie Collins and
Roth rose up and hit the ball. Felsch
tripled with two on. Weihnan, the
star of the Brown staff, was whipped.
Benz had trouble alf the way, but his
pals' attack made his path safe.
' Red Sox won two games from the
Macks, each team using five pitchers. J
Boston made 28 hits and Athletics 23.
Vitt poled two triples and Crawford
a single, double end triple, making it
easy for Detroit Chapman made
three hits for Cleveland.
Warhop was good and Yanks beat
Washington. Milan has at last start
ed to bat for Washington and made a
single and double.
Bill Doak pitched his first shutout
of the year, giving Pirates five hits.
Sallee was slammed in second and
St Louis got a split.
Alexander was hit hard, but not un
til Phils had rolled up big lead on Da
vis, the Harvard pitcher. Connolly,
Brave left fielder, was hit in face by
grounder and knocked out. Luder
us and Magee knocked homers.
Pfeffer held Giants to two hit
Marquard was punished in the eighth
for six runs. Wheat pickled a homer.
Fielder Jones used three pitchers
but Buffalo hit 'em all. Anderson let
Terriers down with three hits. i
Goodwin and Stovall each poled
four hits off three Brookfed pitchers
Chief Johnson was effective.
Only Baltimore run was homer by
Walsh. Yerkes made three hits off
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Mrs. Robert Lansing, wife of the
new secretary of state, daughter of
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