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National League Brooklyn 6,
Chicago 0; New York 11, Cincin
nati 1; Pittsburgh 1, Boston 0;
Philadelphia 10, St. Louis 8.
American League Chicago 6,
New York 4; Philadelphia 5, St.
Louis 4; Detroit 12, Washington
7; Boston 6, Cleveland 3.
Southpaw Jimmy Moroney was
unconditionally released yester
day after Dodgers had chased
him from box.
Moroney lasted but four in
nings, in that time passing three,
hitting two and being stung for 7
Brooklyn looked like real ball
club, their fielding being sensa
tional. Allen, southpaw, was too much
for Cubs, Leach being only local
to find him. Tommy poled two
Schulte Evers and Charley
Smith, who relieved Moroney,
also got singles, completing total
of Cub swats.
Moran, Daubert and Cutshaw
secured two hits each for Brook
lyn, but Red Smith was timely
clubber with a double that scored
pair of runs.
After today's game with Brook
lyn Cubs leave for a siving around
eastern end of National circuit.
Tom Downey, utility fielder of
Phillies, has been purchased by
Cubs for waiver price.
Sox won their fourth game of
the present Eastern invasion,
beating Russell Ford.
Joe Benz started the game, giv
ing way to-Walsh in the eighth.
Ed breezed the last two rounds,
fanning three and holding the
Rollie Zeider made a couple of
errors at first, but his two timely
hits amply made up for damage.
Ping Bodie grabbed three hits
when they would, do the least
good. In a pinch the fence buster
Rath and Sullivan also bingled
twice, both of Sully's driving in
Jack Collins had but one legal
time at bat. He drove in two runs
with sacrifice flies and walked
Roy Hartzell, Yank third base
man, made some record in eighth
when he made three errors and
gave Sox two runs. -
Ford was off form in pitching,
but scored one of his side's runs
with a homer.
Eddie Cicotte left team for De
troit on account of his wife's ill
ness. He may rejoin squad tomor
row, as Cal is hard up for pitchers.
Rube Marquard pitched one of
his best games, holding Reds to
four hits and a single run.
Miserable fielding by Cincin
nati made game a procession for
New York. Giants also hit hard
with men on base.
McGraw wound up game with
all of his substitutes holding
down positions, just to show his
contempt for Reds.
Eppa Rixey, the tall collegian
pitching for Philadelphia, added
the Cardinal scalp to his belt yes
terday, though he was hit hard,
' Hans Lobert did some tall bat-