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slightly increase the defensive
strength of the infield, but it leaves
a cavity in the garden.
Athletics beat Ed Plank, bunching
hits in seventh for four runs. Bush
gave Browns four hits, but was wild.
Washington nosed out Detroit,
Johnson pitching last four innings,
fanning six and allowing two hits.
Coveleskie was beaten. Veach poled
two hits and stole two bases.
Cleveland knocked Markle from
"box, first game youngster has lost as
a Yankee. Morton was effective.
Graney walloped a home and single.
Fritz Maisel, Yank outfielder, broke
his collarbone in going for Graney's
four-baser and will be out of the
game for a month.
Cards got but four hits, yet Dodg
ers took 11 innings to win. Mow
rey's freak single copped.
Rudolph was mistreated by the
Pirates, 11 hits and seven runs being
counted in seven frames. Mamaux
pitched last three frames and held
Braves safe. Gowdy and Carey each
poled three hits. . '
Four Red errors gave Phillies a
win, Rixey and Toney each pitching
good ball. Cravath cracked three
. SUBMARINING THE AMERICAN LEAGUE WITHOUT. WARNING
Members of Crew, Left to Right Speaker, Morton, Graney, Coumbe,
Ganuil, Wambsganns, Fold