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American League Chicago 4,
Washington 2 ; Detroit 6, Boston
4; Philadelphia 7, Cleveland 0;
New York 5, St. Louis 3.
National League Chicago 8,
Boston 7 (ten innings) ; St. Louis
10, New York 6; Philadelphia 2,
Cincinnati 1; Pittsburgh 4;
Brooklyn 3 (thirteen innings) ;
Pittsburgh 8; Boston 4 (second
Chance's men picked up a full
.game on New York by beating
Boston while.the Giants were los
ing to St. Louis.
It took ten innings for the Cubs
to turn the trick, mainly due to
weird heaves by Zimmerman,
who presented the Braves with 4
Both teams slugged the pill,
with West Siders doing loudest
clouting. They bagged 13 hits for
19 bases, against 9 for 12.
Moroney, young southpaw,
started for Cubs. After passing
three men and allowing a hit,
good for two runs, he was lifted
with two out in the first.
Mordecai Brown went to the
rescue and pitched good ball,
lapse fielding being responsible
far most of his trouble.
Dickson, C. Brown and Don
nelly all made a stab at pitching
foj Boston. Dickson lasted an in
nmg and a third and Brown one
third of a session.
Schulte soaked one of his old
facshioned homers, also pickling a
Tinker got two singles, Zim
merman a double 'and single,
Leach a triple and single and
Evers two singles.
Brown hurt his leg stealing sec
ond in the tenth. Good ran for
him and scored on Tinker's sin
gle. Brownie will be out of the
game ten days.
McDonald, Sweeney, Kling and
Donnelly each poled two hits for
Boston. McDonald fanned out
the other four times he batted.
Zimmerman had seven chances
at third and he buttered three of
Ping Bodie pulled his White
Sox mates to victory over Wash
ington yesterday. The fence bust
er collected two singles, a double
Both sides stalled for rain.
Washington tried to delay the
game while they were ahead and
the Sox grew lazy after tieing the
score in the seventh.
Doc White was hit for eight
safeties in the six innings he
pitched. He was lifted in the sev
enth to let Mclntyre bat in the
Groom allowed the Sox one run
in six innings, when he was taken
out in favor of a pinch hitter. Pel
ty, who acted as relief, was easy
for the Sox.
Singles by Collins, Bodie and
Weaver, mixed with a sacrifice by
Fournier, gave Sox two runs and
the game in ninth.
Shano Collins got his usual two
Callahan is determined to make
a first baseman of Fournier. He'
has sent Collins to the outfield