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like the brig -first satker on his
Boston jed .Sox took aiigger
lead in the pennant raceby,mak
ing it three straight-frqin Yanks.
.Duffy Te.wis.mashed the pill for
a homer, triple and single. ' He
walked the other two times he
faced Qufrin. 'J
young Outfielder, made three hits,
one being a triple. ' That-was a
ttiird of New York's bingles.
Wood loafed after the third in
ning when Boston had a six-run
Davis injected some "pep" into
his Naps., and they won frQiriDe
trqit Blanding pitched swell ball, al
lpwing Tigersluggers but-4 hits.
Ty Cobb gpt. two of them -and
stole a base.'- -, "
Summers, pn whom it .was re
ported Detroit had asked waivers,
was easy-fbr the Naps. He lasted
Nap Ruqker is the same old
le,ft-handed wizard. He held Phil
adelphia to three hits.
Brooklyn- found Seaton and
Rixey, the.Universityof Virginia
recruit, for ten-hits:
Zack Wheat blasted a single,
triple andhomer during the after
npon. We. refuse to call three teams
the "United States league." Rich
mond, Pittsburg and Chicago are
all that remains of that organiza
tion. Pittsburg's representatives in
"the "was" Organization beat Nie
sen's gang, 7 to 4. at Gunther
Harvard won the varsity eight
oared race from Yafe yesterday
at New London .by five lengths.
This makes five straight wins for
Harvard swept the river, win
ning the varsity eight-oar, varsity
four-oar and freshman eight.
Knockout Brown of Chicago
and :E.d,die McGoorty were
matched to fight ten rounds July;
4 at Benton Harbor.
Cincinnati has released Pitcher'
Harry Gaspar to Toronto.
.Jack Johnson got down to hard
tr.aining yesterday by taking an
auto ride over the roads near Las
L.' O O;
.- THE.'GOLD PACK""
A cold pack is a fine home sub
stitute ;for a Turkish bath when
such treatment is indicated. It is
an ideal way to get up a good
healthy, reaction when the circu
lation is" sluggish.
Wrap the patient, naked, in a
sheet wrung out ,of cold water,
then wrap patient and sheet in
several, blankets, or in-a blanket
and a quilt. Swathe him like a
mummy. Presently, he'will be as
warm as toast.
After an hour or two the pack
should be removed taking card
that the patient is not chilled. A'
good rub. down and then a long
sleep will finishthe job.
"Well, T see that that jackass
Elderberry has gone and put his
head in, the noose again," said
"Worse than that,"said Banta.
"Hesgot it m thipase-pjap.ersji'i