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games from the top, but they aren't
playing baseball three games better
than the crowdB leading them.
Phils tightened lead in National
race by cleaning series from Reds.
McQuillan pitched excellent ball.
Stock, Niehoff and Burns did Phllly
Miller's homer with bases loaded
won slugging game for Cards. Getz
soaked four of Brooklyn's hits. But
ler and Long got three each.
Matty pitched one of his old-time
games and held Pirates. Doyle
scored both Giant runs, his homer
sending Robertson in.
Tigers slugged two games from the
Yanks and went to within a game of
Red Sox. Crawford got three hits
per game. Bill Donovan fanned Cobb
with the bases full.
Swell fielding by Indians cut down
several Red Sox rallies. Graney,
Kirke and Smith found Gregg easy.
Harper, one of Griffith's kids, out
pitched Lowdermilk and Washington
beat the Browns.
Kay See outbatted Sloufeds, but
fine fielding held down score. Ken
worthy hit a triple, double and two
singles, and Borton and Chapman
three hits each.
Rube Marquard refuses to go to
Toronto, to which club he was re
leased by the Giants. Rube says he
has no intention of jumping to the
Feds and wants an unconditional re
lease. McGraw won't give it
St Louis won the championship at
the union printers' baseball tourney
in Philadelphia, defeating Washing
ton in the final in a loose game, 22
Dan O'Leary has secured good en
try lists for the three walking races
he will put on at Gaelic park tomor
row. Six men have entered for the
, three-mile hike and eight for the five
les. In the two-mile woman's race
competitors are Helen Flynn,
len Knight Jane BanKs and Mrs.
N. McCarty. Medals will be given
to each race. The distance have been
shortened because of the long atn
letic card to be run off.
Miss Elaine Rosenthal won the
women's western golf championship
by defeating Mrs. H. D. Hammond,
Indianapolis, 4 and 3, at Midlothian.
IS FOR BRESNAHAN
RECKLESS AND DARIN
COMES TO HIM HONESTLY
BORN IN OLD ERIN 1
After a little dinner party, when all
the guests were gathered in the draw
ing room, it was suggested that every
lady should state the gift she most
Mrs. Cowlton wished for the most
exquisite jewels extant, Mrs. Keenson
desiredto be the best-dressed woman
In society, Mrs. Houlton preferred to
own the finest automobiles, while
Mrs. RIsby craved popularity.
Suddenly a dense man exclaimed:
"Heavens! Don't any of you care for
Judge W. C. Harris recently haJd
court In a corn field near Emporia
Kan. He decided that the farmers
connected with the case were too
busy to leave their work.