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- BASEBALL PICKUPS
'American League Detroit 12,
Chicago 4; Boston 6, Washington
2; New York 6, Philadelphia 1.
National League Pittsburgh
5, Chicago 2; New York 5-2, Phil
adelphia 2-4; St. Louis 3, Cincin
nati 0; Brooklyn 2, Boston 1.
With another good chance to
pick up on the Giants, Cubs
slipped yesterday, falling to six
games behind because of the de
feat by Pittsburgh.
Marty O'Toole started for
Pittsburgh, but quit after Cubs
soaked him for three hits and two
runs in the sixth. O'Toole was
tight with the safeties, but hand
ed qut six bases on balls.
Jim Lavender did some real
pitching for the Cubs for six in
nings. In the seventh he wag
planked for three hits and a run.
In the "next frame the Pirates
made three hits produce four
runs, passes aiding them.
Wilson was the gent who
spread the1 gloom. With the
score tied in the eighth and two
ort, he loftea the pill into the right
Wilson and Miller of Pirates
each poled two hits, Carey top
ping them all with three.
Six hits Cubs made ofLO'Toole
and Robinson were "widely sep
arated exCept in sixth.
Detroit made its Jast appear
ance of season here yesterday.
Callahan, Jim Scott and Doug
lass are glad.
. All Tiger sticksmiths took
iurns soaking the offerings" of'
Scott and Douglass, seven of
their bingles being jolted from
the Wyoming wizard and eight
from the gink from Des Moines.
Scott started to test his condi
tion. Jim was off at the start but
improved as game progressed.
Douglass was a whirlwind
when he relieved Scott, actually
fanning Cobb. This made the
Tigers Sore and they thumped
the recruit soundly.
His support was also off color.
Ens, a rookie, was tried at first.
He committed two glaring errors
and Buck Weaver matched him.
Jones, Cobb and Bush each
hopped three hits to outfield, Cor
ridon and Moriarity following
them with two.
Edgar Willett was no puzzle to
Sox, but their hits were not time
ly. They soaked him-safely 12
Jack Collins got three of the
blows, Rath, Zeider and Easterly
pasting two each.
Ernie Johnson pinched for
Dougless in ninth and tripled,
helping Sox to their last 2 runs.
Tesreau tied the Phillies in
knots in the foreword of a double
bill, but Chalmers reversed mat
ters in the second, shading Rube
Eleven hits, were collected by
Giants off Motire and Mayer
while Tesreau was' holding Quak
ers to eight hits.
Chalmers was a surprise in sec
ond battle. He has not-pitched
for two months and celebrated his
return to service, by holding the.
Giants to a quintet xi bingles. T ,
"Walsh and Paskert of Quak-
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