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1 Brooklyn, meaning Nap Ruck
er, Zack Wheat and Jake Dau
jbert, busted Pittsburgh's winning
streak, hammering four Pirate
pitchers to the rhubarbs
(- Rucker stopped Pittsburg with
- Wheat and Daubert busted the
game in the fifth, each macing
homers. Wheat also pegged two
singles and a double, Daubert
turning his second swat into a
I Carey of Pittsburg was another
home-run cl outer,
Stengel, the new Dodger and
outfielder, started his big league
fcareer with four singles.
For the fifth time this season
Seaton of the Quakers downed
(sfncinnati. He famed the Reds
tfith four hits, Knisely getting
Suggs and Harter were jolted
safely '1 1 times, the Phillies scor
ing at will.
Mike Doolan, besides doing
some sensational fielding, belted
a- pair of line singles. Magee,
Isuderus and Dooin also register
ed two hits.
. Good pitching by Boston's real
pitcher, Hub Perdue,, made it
tfhree out of four from St. Louis.
j Bresnahan improved on his
usual record, using three pitchers.
1 Steve Evans of the Cards and
John Titus of Boston each pump
ed three hits.
1 Ed Konetchy helped the Card
total with a homer,
j Halt all preparations for the
world's series. Cleveland won
two games in one day from the
(Boston Red Sox. Marvelous I
Gregg and Blanding outpitcheo
Collins. Terry, Turner, Jackson
and Nap Lajoie used their war
clubs with telling effect.
Blanding allowed Boston but
two hits in the short second
Carisch smote three singles, a
double and triple in the first
game. He also caught a foul fly,
which is more unusual.
Cold weather kept the White
Sox and Athletics idle yesterday.
Two games today and one tomor
row wind up the year's clashes
between the two teams.
If .the Sox take one game of the
next three and Bpston wins one
the pennant will be cinched for
Frank Chance didn't need an
operation on his head nearly so
much as some ball players an un
kind person could name.
Klawitter, a pitcher drafted by
the Detroit Tigers, was recom
mended to Jennings by Fielder
Jones, the former White Sox
boss, now president of the North
From the number of times
John Evers has heen canned late
ly he ought to be a better author
ity on "outside baseball" than
Jack Britton of" Chicago was
given a decision over Young Say-
lor on a foul in Boston last night
The men were fighting even, but
Saylor landed a low punch in the
Just when we were thinking
what a nice day it was we were
wised to the fact that Jim Flynn
and Charley Miller are to fight a