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through-with a. single that scored
Chick Mattick made but one
hit during the, afternoon, but; it
won the second game for Sox.
Boston found Detroit easy,
making out sf rajght wins. liter
dentally, Jpe Wood pitched his
,27th victory of. the year-
- Neal Ball, who is. filling in for
Yerkes at second, whanged a pair
of doubles that helped to win.
In winning the first game of a
double-header from Cleveland,
Walter Johnson hung up his lth
straight, victory, a record forthe
Casjiion did good work fox
Washington in the second, a six
inning affair, when he allbtyed
Cleveland no hits and no runs
Vean Gregg was chalked up
with both losses, for the Naps. He
was knocked out in the first game
and also twirled the. second.
St. Louis and New York split
two pitchers' battles, Allison out
pitching Ford and McConnell
Feature of the first game was
the work of Pratt, who handled
11 chances in the field and poled
a double and two singles.
- St. Louis was ragged in the
field, though hitting as heavily as
the Giants and New York made
it three straight
Wiltse was better in the tight
places than were Harmon and
Burk, who heaved for St. Louis.
Wiltse's club played a large
part in the victory, as he prodded
out three hits.
Second game of the Pittsburgh-Brooklyn
was a farce. In the second innirig)
with two out and ndne on base;
Brooklyn hopped Marty OToole
for seven consecutive hits, good
for six runs.
In this game Morap, Cutshaw
and Fisher of Brgojclyn each
drpve'out three hitsv Fisher made
five; bingles in the two games.
frirst game, the one in which
Umpires Owens and Brennan
wex6 hurt', was a battle all the
way, the" Pirates scoring the win
ning fun in the eighth,
There were ho thrills in the
Boston-Cincainati double Dill.
Thrills are" not expected -when
these two teams meet. J
In the first Suggs held Boston '
to 4 hits, and in the second Don
nelly reversed matters and let
the Reds down with five safeties.
Umpire Clarence Owens, whose
breast bone was broken by a foul
in Pittsburgh yesterday, is pro-
gressing, though he will be out
of th game for the rest of the .
season. The extent of Brenhan's
injury is not known, but X-ray
examination will determine it.
Roy Crabb, southpaw recently
with the White Sox, has been
picked up by Connie Mack.
Leslie Bush, a young pitcher
from the South, who played his
first ball game this season, has -g
also been grabbed by Mack. 1' '
Billy Sullivan is probably
through as a ball player, but the
great Sox veteran is likely to be
sent on scouting expeditions by
Cdmiskey. Billy is ond of the best
pickers of young pitchers in ttfe
Leonard Madden, a southpaw''