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er gloves the third strike, hope dis
appears. Saier whiffed twice.
If this keeps up Tinker is liable to
make a change in his outfield shift
for right .and left-handed batters.
Kelly seems able to hit both Kinds of
pitching. So does Schulte.
Packard, Lavender and Brown
held the Braves to five hits in 11 in
nings. That is good twirling, but not
much better than the majority of
the North Side flingers have been do
ing recently. The position of the
club cannot be blamed on the heav
ers. Zim and Zeider bunched errors
to give Boston the tieing run. Kelly's
single behind a pass and a double by
Zim scored both Cub runs. Wort
man got two hits.
Walker, filling Speaker's place at
Boston, made two triples and double
against Cleveland, being the big gun
in the Red Sox attack. O'Neil of the
Indians hit triple, two doubles and a
single. Red Sox made 11 hits for
Triple and two singles by Sam
Crawford helped Tigers beat Wash
ington. Cobb got back in the game!
for two innings.
Macks outhit Browns, but were
stopped by good fielding. Strunk
got three hits and Mclnniss two. Sis
ler got three.
Cheney held Cards while Dodgers
got to Doak. Stengel knocked homer.
Two of three Red runs were hom
ers by Chase and Wingo. Giants
nosed ahead in eleventh on hits by
Robertson and Kauff. "Chase got
Paskert's homer beat Pirates.
President Tener of National league
has denied the protest of the Cubs
against the game forfeited to Brook
lyn and sustained the fine of $1,000
against the club and $100 against
Mrs. Melvin'Jones, Glen View, won
the Chicago championship of the
Women's Western Golf ass'n, beating
Miss Corella Lukens of Edgewater,
2 And 1. Miss Lukens played fine
olf on the out nine holes, but tired 1
under the hot sun toward the finish.
Outfielder Wade Killefer has been
sold to Louisville by the Giants, Kille
fer went to New York in the Mathew-son-Herzog
deal with Cincinnati.
Charlie White is in Brooklyn to
see the ten-round fight between Fred
Welsh and B"iy Leonard tonight.
Charlie is pu ; for a victory for
Welsh, as it win mean a better fight
for him when the two meet in a title
bout Labor day. White would be out
of a good contract if Leonard should
succeed in putting a kayo on the
champion. Welsh will probably make
a safe fight with Leonard, not risking
his title with a big bundle of coin in
Tom Carey's opinion that it would
strengthen the racing game if the
present meet at Hawthorne was
closed tomorrow on schedule seems
to be good wisdom. Yesterday, in
spite of the terrific heat, close to
6,000 "bugs" watched the thorough
Some of the. best horses at the
track were running yesterday. The
most interesting performance was in
the 2-year-olds' race, the third, won
by May W., followed by Fan G. and
Bourbon Lass. Berlin, the favorite,
bolted just as the barrier arose, al
lowing the field to get away from
Vogue surprised the dopesters by
taking the feature event away from
some fine starters. Pesky came in
second and Sir Edgar showed. Uncle
Hart, Faux Col and Huffaker also
Al M. Dick, after being played heav
ily to win the sixth, proved a disap
pointment and allowed Piatt to slip
by him. Lycia finished third.
Today will be the first appearance
at Hawthorne of Sedan, the "two-year-old
from the Weber & Ward
stable. He is entered in the second
race. This horse is said to be one of
the most remarkably muscled horses
that ever performed on American
tracks. He is an easy favorite for