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National League Chicago 4,
New York 0; Boston 7, Cincinnati
4; Brooklyn 1, Pittsburg 0. -
American League New York
6, Chicago 1 ; Washington 3, De
troit 1 ; Cleveland 9, Boston 4; St.
If Cubs could lend Lew Richie
to other teams around the circuit
to pitch against Giants, Mc-i
Graw's gang would never win a
Yesterday's win made the third
time in past week that Lew has
put it over the New Yorkers
Seven hits were all the Giants
jolted from the comedian, and
only two of the swatters reached
Heinle Zimmerman was a
whale on x defense. He pulled a
one-hand jumping catch of a -line
drive that busted a, Giant rally,
robbed Chief Meyers $1 two hits
and started a doubleulate
Zim akouncorkedja.double in
the sixttf,Hhe round that busted
the hold of 'Mr. Tesreau on Cubs.
Tommy Leach and Jimmy Ar
cher each made twd -of the. nine
hits ac'cunjulatejd off TesreaU.
One of Leach's scored two runs
in the sixth. '
Tesreau started like a-streak,
fanning a bunch of Cubs. Archer
opened the third with a single,
and then Big Jeff whiffed Richie,
Sheckard and Schulte. -
The Cubs began solving Tes
reau in the fifth, ana in the sixth
it was all pff.
. Otis Crandall worked the last
two innings for the Giants, and
Chance's crew acquired -one run
off his shoots.
Beals Becker, with a double
and single, was high gun for New
York, Becker never got past sec
ond, Zim stabbing him out once
when he tried to reach third on a
blow by Murray.
Since returning home Cubs
have won six and lost two from
the, two strongest teams in the
east. Now they meet "Boston and
Brooklyn, while the Giants are
battling Pittsburgh. That lead of
four and a half games, should
"'"" WVl' -" w, u
DUt Wolverton s crew soaked he
pill when men, wre onbases.
Erratic fielding by the Sox had,
a great deal to do with the big
score run. up by the Yanks.
Caldwell, who heaved for the
Yanks, smeared a triple off Joe
Kid Gleagon, coaching at third
base, was hft in the face by a foul
from Rath.'s,bat jn the first in
ning. The Kid's face was cut, but,
he will be on the lines this after
noon. Pour hits were all the Pirates,
could get from Nap Rucker.
Only man to get past first base
for Pittsburgh was. Hans Wag
ner, who blasted a triple in ninth.
Babe Adams was also good,
yielding but seven hits. His fine
work was blasted against the
tight work of Rucker.
Fisher, Dodgers' new short
stopper, added two more hits td
the numerous bingles he has been f