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- LABOR DAY'S DIAMOND
" Detroit mad6 17 hits, had five
iimeji passed and Sox fought the
ball six times.
- Chink Mattick Vhaled a triple
and two singles off Dubuc, figur
ing in all the runs scored by
Harry Lord singled twice, he
and Mattick pasting half the Sox
Benz started for Sox and gave
nine hits during his five-inning
'labors. Peters went the next two
innings, yielding six hits. Jim
Scott twirled last two innings,
Ithree hits being jolted from him.
r Sam Crawford maced pill for
(three singles and one triple.
' Jones, Corriden, Cobb, Louden
land Moriarity of the Tigers each
ipunched two hits, Bush, Stanage
and Dubuc getting one apiece,
x Again Ted Easterly was used
as pinch hitter. He came through
-with his usual single.
- Borton, the young first base--rnan
who made the spring trip
with the Sox, later going to St.
i Joseph, pinched for Scott in ninth
' Ens replaced Jack Collins at
, first when game was hopeless. He
I failed to bingle in two cracks.
Pittsburgh was stalled by a
f flood between their lot and Cin
Icinnati, and the two games sched-
- uled with the Cubs wefeM called
' While Chance's crewwere rest-
3 ing they slipped back a full game,
in the pennant jace, New York
- copping twice irom Boston
Jim Archer may be able to re
. turn to pja while the Cubs are in l Irwin of Dodgers acted.-
AND RING NEWS.
the East. It is not known just
how serious Jim's injury is.
Boston gave New York a hot
fight in the first game. For 11 in
nings Hub Purdue outpitched
Marquard and Mathewson. In the
12th Larry Doyle busted a homer
with two on and game was over.
In addition to his homer, Doyle
collected two doubles in first
iMerkle got a double and two
singles in the first and one one
spot in the second.
Mathewson worked the second
game against Donnelly and Ty
ler, outclassing them all the way.
The Reds made it four games
in" two days, trimming St. Louis
twice by a one-run margin. Hank
O'Day bought a new hat follow
ing this unprecedented prosper
.Fromme and Harter were the
winning heavers, Geyer, Wood
burn, Griner and Burke perform
ing for St, Louis, twq to a game.
Marsans, the Cuban, whanged
one double each game.
Cards made six hits each game.
Hoblitzel, Bescher and Mitch
ell of the Reds collected three hits
per in the two combats.
Philadelphia and Brooklyn
staged two extra-inning games,
Dqdgers getting first in" 11 in
nings and losing second in 13
Yingling outpitched Alexander
the Great in the first, the Cub
jinx, Eppa Rixey, turning tables
in second and outhurling Nap