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National League Pittsburgh
8, Brooklyn 7 (Winnings).
American League Chicago 6,
New York 4 (10 innings) ; Detroit
5-5, Washington 4-7; Cleveland
1, Boston 0; Philadelphia 3-3, St.
Benz went first nine innings for
Callahan's crew, but was lifted in
tenth with bases filled and none
Old Reliable Ed Walsh went to
rescue and got the side out with
out allowing a run. '
Tenth inning was full of thrills.
Callahan kicked on a decision and
was chased: He was reluctant to
go and Ump Sheridan threatened
to forfeit the game.
Mattick took Cal's place and
with two out singled. Then Bodie
batted Mattick home and Mcln-
fyre came across with a clout that
made the same sure.
Bert Daniels. Yankee outfield
er, figured in every run his team
scored.. He knocked a double,
triple homer and single off Benz.
Walsh walked him in the tenth.
Rath, Zeider, Collins, Lord,
Callahan and Mclntyre got two
hits each, recovering from their
Weaver was out with a strained
.knee, Collins going to first, Zeid
er to short and Mclntyre to out
Fast fielding featured game,
.Yanks staging four double, kill-
ings and Sox three,
Vean Gregg put bee on Boston,
letting them down with four hits.
Collins was invincible after sec
ond inning, when Naps bunched
three hits for a run.
By defeat Boston lost some
ground to Washington and Ath
letics, who split double-headers.
Detroit scored five times in
three innings off Hughes in first
game at Washington. Vaughn
then went in and held Detroit to
Dubuc was too much for Na
tionals and they were unable to
overcome Tiger lead.
Johnson added another game
to his string in second. He al
lowed more hits than did Tiger
pitchers, but were not bunched.
Mullin was spiked in fifth in
ning and gave way to Works. He
was hit hard and had poor sup
port. Clyde Milan continued to pull
away from rest of the bunch of
path fliers, swiping three bases.
Cobb whacked four bits in two
After winning first game, and
with a great chance to pull up a
game .and a half on Boston, Ath
letics tossed a soft one to St.
With game apparently safe
Brown weakened in the seventh
of the second game and the
Browns chased over three tallies.
It took 16 Pittsburgh players
14 innings to beat 10 Brooklyn
ites. Warner, Robinson, Cole and
Camnitz were used in box by
Pittsburgh, wording against