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American League Chicago 7,
St. Louis 0; Washington 3-0, Bos-ton2-3
(first game 10 innings) ;
Nev York 6-1, Philadelphia 5-11 ;
Detroit 4, Cleveland 1.
Rational League Chicago 2,
Cincinnati 0; New York 3, Phila
delphia 2 ; Pittsburgh 4, St. Louis
3; Boston 8, Brooklyn 2.
Benz mastered the Browns, let
ting, them down with six hits,
scattered through as many in
nings. Only chance Browns had to
score! was in the eighth, when
Bache misjudged Stephens' fly,
letting it go for a triple.
Four runs came to Sox in the
eighth through five bunched hits
and some punk fielding.
Cpmpton had a poor eye for fly
balls. He misjudged drives from
Zeider and Benz that went for
Five of ten hits poled by Sox
went for extra bases. Zeider,
Benz, Callahan and Collins tripled
and Lord doubled.
Rollie Zeider stole usual base.
Ping Bodie also committed a
In addition to banging out a
single Morris Rath played a swell
fielding.game around second.
' Nb more games on South Side
until July 4, when Naps come for
' two games. On present trip three
games are scheduled in Detroit
and three in St. Louis.
Lew Ricfiie is pitching just as
good ball as he did last year. Cin
cinnati nicked -him for five hits
yesterday, and failed to score. .
v It was a pitchers' battle be
tween Suggs and Lew. McDon
ald threw the ball away in the
first and gave the Cubs a run.
Another scored in the eighth on
Schulte poked two of Cub hits,
Leach, Tinker and Saier getting
the other three.
Larry Cheney has a sore arm,
and will not be used until the
Cubs battle St. Louis. ,
Washington got first and Bos
ton second of double-header yes
terday. Up to the time of the
first game Boston had Avon nine
straight. First game was a hot one, ,
Groome outpitching O'Brien. in
ten innings. Walker and Moel
ler played right field for Wash
ington. Between them they
made all the National runs.
Second game was more thril
ling than first.
Johnson and Wood, speed kings
of the league, hooked up in a bat
tle. The Red Sox made four
hits, the Nationals three. John
son fanned ten and Wood nine.
Plank and BefiHer, Athletic
standbys, fell before New York
in first game, "being outpitched-by
Fisher and Warhop, who Icept
Joe Lake, once with New York,
later with the Browns, pitched
Detroit to victory over the Naps.
Cleveland outhit Tigers, but
their swats were scattered.
Krapp gave five bases on balls,
and they had a Idt to do with
Tiger victory. .
Jackson and Cobb fougnt their