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baseball less -than, three jyears. It
was not until he-"joined the' Angels
that he had au'opportiniityto prove
his worth on; a high-class, club. Mc-
Mullln spent hlB first two years in the
Terry Has been the sensation of the
Pacific Coast league this year. His
fielding has caused him to be com
pared favorably with "Buck" Weaver,
who graduated "from -the Pacific
Coast league. He is an opportune
hitter and has been particularly dan
gerous in the pinches.
iviciviuilin's- fielding, . coupled with
Terry's work, has made, the Angel
keystone duo ttietalk of the minor
leagues. The two youngsters have
participated, .starting, and finishing,
in more double plays-than'jany other
pair in the league. McMullIn is hit
,ting over .300. He was once given
' a brief try-out, by the .Detroit Ameri
cans, but was rejected. '.
Hooper's "triple and 'two singles
helped Red-Sox 'down Macks. Ruth
allowed five hits. ' .' "
James was.ineffejctiveand. Indians
beat Tigers.- Hoth poled" two hits and
counted two runs'. "
Vance, .a recruit, pitched fine ball
for Yanks, but his .pals were helpless
against Hamilton and Browns won.
Cravath's homer with three on beat
Giants, Phils making clean sweep.
Piratesvvoutslugged Braves twice,
but splittwp:games. Adams and Ru
dolph were.winners. .Hinchman, Baird
and Wagner batted hard.
Lear held Cards to three hits and
Reds won easily. Tom Leach hit two
singles and stole twp'bases.
Bluejacket puzzled Pittfeds and
Brooklyn- won again. He gave three
Miles Main, Kawfed pitcher, dislo
cated his' arm heaving against Buf
falo. Chase's .two doubles helped Buf
falo "to win.
Davenport, -.who -pitched a no-hjt
game a fev days ago, let Newark
down with to singles, St. Louis win
ning easily.; t
Now the, bantamweight is clouded.
Kewp'ie "ETteI of St Paul took it last
night whence was.fouled by Kid Wil-
hams in- the fifth-'round. Williams'
backers yelled bloody murder and
robbery, but there seemed little ques
tion Ertle.had.been Jiit low. Once