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Nicholson of the Phillies for 19
Wagner, Wilson and Adams of
the Pirates slapped three safeties
each. One of Wilson's enabled
him to travel the route without
Donlin and Butler were only
Pirates who failed to crack two
soaks. They each had one. double.
Dodge, a, new third baseman on
Quaker team, blew off two hits.
Hank O'Day has his Reds trav
eling like a ball team. They col
lected 15 healthy bingles yester
day from three Dodger hurlers.
Bescher with four hits and
Phelan with three led Red attack.
Seven bases helped Cincinnati to
run up a big score.
Fromme, pitching for Rhine
men, was stung for 12 slaps, but
he kept them scattered.
Hugh Jennings used a bush
league infield and a minor league
pitcher, but managed to trim
Crabb, White Sox castbff, gave
Tigers four runs in six innings.
He was lifted and his successor,
Carl Brownhad four runs jolted
out of him in seventh.
Jensen, Jennings' new heaver,
gave Macks but fpur hits in seven
innings. " -
Ty Cobb splashed two triples'
and a singleamong outer works.
Frank Baker exhibited one of
his famous home runs.
Washington compiled 17 hits
ox 11 runs against Cleveland,
while Cashion held Naps to eight
! Birmingham tried recruits at
third, center, the mound and be-1
hind the bat after the game was
lost. . -
Eddit Foster and Chick Gandil
each blew three hits for the Na-
tionals, one of the first baseman's
being a triple.
Nap Lajoie jabbed half the Nag
SluggingvWas popular yester
day. Even the Yanks tqok a shot
at it, walloping Hafriilton and Al
lison of the Browns for 15 hits.
. Jack Lilivelt led Yank offense
with a single, double and triple.
Simmons was cldse up with a
double and tro' one-spots'.
Catcher Krichell touched Hal
Chase out so hard at plate that
Yank first baseman was forced to
McConnell pitched a nifty
game for New York.
Another obstacle in the path of
the Wofgast - McFarland bout.
Gov. Dix of .New York has served
notjce on the sheriff and district
attorney of New York that the
scheduled match is a prizefight
pure and simple. This is taken to
mean that he- wants the penal
code provjsiQq. making prizefight
ing a felony enforced. If the gov
ernor's plan goes through there
will he no more bouts between
champions in New York.
Peoria is also about to close its
doors to prizefighting. Sheriff
Minor stopped the bout between
"Cyclone Johnny" Thompson and
George "Knockout" Brown in the.
fifth round last night, declaring
that Thompson was in poor phys
ical condition and that the men
were resorting to foul tactics;