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r BASEBALL PICKUPS
I ' Yesterday's'Results.
American League Chicago 1
5, St. Louis 2-4; Washington 5,
Philadelphia 3 ; Kew York 9, Bos-ton-Z-jJDetroit
8 Cleveland 7.
National League Chicago 9,
Pittsburgh 2; New York 7, Bos
ton 3; Philadelphia 7, Brooklyn 6.
Benz had St. Louis beat in first
game until ninth. Then three hits
.were good for tWo runs and the
" Hamilton pitched good game
for Browns and deserved to win.
'Held Sox to six hits.
LaPorte and Pratt got "three
'and, two hits respectively, which
won the battle.
Second gamewas thriller. After
Walsh had been batted out Doc
White did some handsome res
' cuing. "'
Southpaw gaVe firowns three
hits in six innings.
Clouting marked Sox play.
They pounded E. Brown and
Powell for 1 1 hits, 9 from Powell
in first five innings.
Chick Mattick blew himself to
threes safeties out of four times
up, scored twice, stolea c6uple of
bises and caught a fly. He failed
to hit 'in first game, but fielded
Weaver, playing "With sore
hand, handled 14 chances without
a slip in the two games and con
nected for three hits.
Callahan and Rath each whack
ed one hit in first game and two in
Yesterday's win -over Pirates,
allowed Cubs to climb into second
Larry Cheney tried to duplicate
'Lavender's one-hit game against
Smoke-eaters. He allowed one hit
for seven innings and then a triple
and single scored two runs. Three
hits were Pirate total.
Cubs batted Robinson from
box. Then King Cole tried to
pitch against his old mates. He
was trimmed for 6 healthy swats
in five innings.
Joe Tinker excelled in every
department. He stung two triples,
handled eight chances in the field
and peeved Mr. Cole with his ora
tory. All Cubs made two hits apiece
but Schulte and Saier. Frank's
blow was good for two bases and
Saier took two.
Cub batters made five triples,
two doubles and nine singles.
They are bound to stay in sec
ond place for another day. This
is an open date for western teams.
New York Americans beat Bos
ton in a slugging match, getting
14 hits off Bedient and 4Pape,
against 13 off Ford. This is 15th
game they have- played together
this year and fir"st New York has
Long hits were frequent. Two
doubles, four triples and three
home runs were torn off during
Gardner of Boston starred with
a pair of homers and a double.
Duffy Lewis made the other cir
New York Nationals made it
fourteen straight-by beating Bos
ton - . " -