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National League Chicago 6,
Brooklyn 0; Cincinnati 2, New
York 0; Philadelphia 7, St. Louis
5 j Pittsburg 9, Boston 4.
American League Chicago 8,
'Boston 8 ( game called in twelfth
inning); New York 8-6, Cleve
land 4-4; Philadelphia 4, Detroit
2; St. Louis 9, Washington 3.
Larry Cheney was idle for a
long time, but his game yesterday
indicated he remembered a few
things about pitching.
Six hits were all Dodgers
jarred from him,-and -the only
time they came near scoring was
when Moran was caught at the
plate trying to stretch his triple
into a homer in .fifth.
Bingling Yingling was the best
thing the Cubs did. They tingled
him for 13 "jingles, including
four doubles and one fdur-timer.
Tommy Leach grabbed off the
homer, starting Cub -scoring in
the second with a Swat o'ver
Wheat's knob .
John Evers and Jim Archer
each whaled three htts Archer
also getting a pas? and1 having a
Zimmerman7witb, a double and
single, figured in the manufactur
ing of two Cub ruqs.
Joe Tinker., afc prodded a
double aftTsingle. '-.
Yesterday's defeafof Giants by
Cincinnati again pulled the Cubs
to within five and a half games of
Red and White Sox clawed
each other for 12 rounds, dark
ness putting an end to the com
bat. Both teams soaked the ball
vengefully and alternated in the
lead until last four rounds.
Ed Walsh and Charley Hall
then relievedCicotte and Bedient,
who started, and a pitchers' bat
tle ensued. Chicago was one run
to the good when Cicotte gave
way to Walsh, but he left two
men on bases for Ed' to worry
Nineteen hits were hung up by
the White Sox.
Ray Schalk led both teams
with a quartet of safeties, one a
double. Callahan and Cicotte
bumped three safe ones.
Rath, Mattick and Collins col
lected two hits each, Shano spe
cializing in doubles.
Rath was canned from game in
seventh and Kid Gleason took "his "
place. Even Kid soaked a single.
Ted Easterly was used as
pinch hitter again and delivered -single
that put over two runs.
Tris Speaker was potential kid
for Boston, his triple and homer
cooking" Chicago chances.
Hooper, Yerkes and Gardner
each safetied twice. Hooper's
hits were made off Cicotte, Walsh
fanning him three times after he
took the hill.
Besides helping Cubs, Cincin
nati made history yesterday when
it trimmed Giants with Mathew
son pitching. It was'firsji.time in
his big league career of over ten
years that Matty has been defeat
ed by the Reds.
Giants never had a chance be
fore Fromme, who held them to -
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