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National League St. Louis 4
jf Chicago -3 (tea innings); New
York 21, Boston 12; Philadelphia
6, Boston 2 j Pittsburgh 6-3, Cin
cinnati 4-5 (1st game 10 innings).
. American League Philadel
phia 5-8, Washingtdn 0-1 ; Boston
15, New York 8; Detroit 7, Cleve
Lefty Leifield lasted but 'three
innings against the Cards, being
lifted in favor of Mdrdecal Brown,
who was stung for 10 hits in 7
Bresnahan pulled off a novelty
yesterday, using but two pitchers,
They gave the Cubs 12 hits.
St. Louis tied tHe score in the
ninth on a trio of bingles. Ko
netchy's triple and a sacrifice fly
in the tenth beat th,e Cubs.
Jimmy Shecjcard got four hits,
stole a base, had one putout and
two assists. Some record for an
Zimmerman, Saier, Evers and
Archer each poled a brace of safe
fes, one of the. catcher's being
good for two sacks.
Best feature of Cubs' playing is
hitting of Saier. . , .
Konetchy's fielding record read
like that of a second baseman' He
had eight putouts and three as
sists. Oakes almost .pulled a record
by capturing eight flies in center.
Rain broke up yesterday's Sox
BroWns' game in theA first of the
fifth, with the Sox ahead, 4. to 1
BUI Lange was doing some
swell, pitching wnen the wet
'butted in. v
Hamilton was "easy for Cal's
garig. Collins had nikced a double
anq single. v-
Sox tried to hurry game in 4th
!anc. Browns stalled for rain.
Qbod night ! Athletics-are head
ed tprthe top. They beat Wash
ington another double-header
yesterday, making- four games
won. in two days.
i?lank and Brown tarned Na
lionalswith one run in 18 innings.
Frank Baker is Hitting again;
five hits during the afternoon, and
alhpounted in scoring.
Yesterday's double victory
shook up the percentage table,
Athletics going toecond place
and' Washington ttf fourth.
Grandil was the "only National
to fjfit well. He secured a quartet
of singles in the two games.
Eddie Collins scored five of the
Afietics' thirteen runs.
Bbston and New York tried tcr
out'slug each other, and Boston
won. Red, Sox made 18 hits and
Russell Ford started for New
Yotk-and lasted five innings,
whenBoston had counted 11 runs.
O'Brien managed to stick it out
for Boston, due to the early lead
Wagner returned to the game
after an injury, and celebrated
with two doubles atid two singles.
.Cleveland outhhDetroit, but
Kafer passed nine Tigers and the
Naps fielded like aflock of sieves.
It was a punk ihd featureless
The Giants and Boston estab-