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National League Chicago 9,
Brooklyn 3; New York 5-7, Cin
cinnati 4-5; Pittsburg 1, Boston
0; Philadelphia 4, St. Louis 3.
American League Chicago 2,
New York 1 ; Washington 6, De
troit 3; St. Louis 2, Boston 1.
Doc WHite deserves all the
credit for winning yesterday's
game from New York. Dentist
was full of rheumatism, but he
got by with a nothing ball and a
large amount of brain matter.
His mates gave Doc but two
runs to work on. He gave Yanks
ten hits, but when they became
dangerous he exercised his south
paw guile to the limit.
Jim Callahan pushed the ball
through the picket fence in "left
field for run that won the game.
Buck Weaver, whose fielding
was frazzly Wednesday, came
back strong yesterday. In addi
tion to star fielding he pounded
Ping Bodie and Block compiled
two hits each, one for three sta
tions. McConnell, who pitched for
New York, baffled top end of Sox
batting order, but cellar gents
Bert Daniels, Yanks' left out
post, was day's star. In four times
at bat he added a double and three
singles tohis string, besides mak
ing a sensational catch of Zeider's
tall fly in eighth.
Fortunately, Daniels was 'al
ways up when there were no
Yanks on the runways.
Pesky Paddock, young man
who made spring trip under Cal
lahan, drove in Highlanders' only
run with a single in sixrh.
Brooklyn was massacred'again,
Reulbach wielding scalping knife
Ed was steady, passing but one
man, and Dodgers were runless
Chance pushed all his subs into
the game after it was safe, Arch
er, Sheckard, Tinker am Leach
taking a rest.
Schulte, Tinker, Zimmerman,
Saier, Evers and Archer all bag
ged two hits each.
Wildfire contributed a double
Dahlen used but three pitchers.
In time he may be able to get
through a game with one.
After fourth inning, when Cubs
had nine runs, most of the fans
became disgusted and went home.
Cincinnati refuses to win from
Marsans.put Reds ahead in
first with Tiome run while one
man was on in the eighth, Cran
dall pinched for Wiltse in ninth
and drove in two runs with a
Crandall then started second
game for New York, but Mar
quard went to his aid in eighth.
Both games were full of heavy
hitting, Becker, Murray, Fletcher
and Mitchell doing effective work.
Alexander was outpitched by
Sallee, but Cards wereslow on
paths and fielded poorly.
Real stuff was pulled in fifth.
Philadelphia was one run behind.
Sallee started to deliver the ball