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- SPORT DOINGS
American League Chicago 1,
Philadelphia 0; Cleveland k 9-6,
Boston 5-0 (first game 5 innings,
rain,; second game 6 innings,
darkness) ; .Detroit, 6, New York
5 Washington 4, St. Louis 2.
National League Chicago 6
12, Brooklyn 9-4 (second game 6
innings, darkness); Cincinnati 3
2, New York 1-2 (second game 9
innings, darkness) Boston 7-7,
Pittsburgh S:8 (second game 8
Ed Walsh of White Sox and
Leo Houck of Athletics staged
the year's best pitching battle on
South Side yesterday.
Walsh gave Macks .but three
Hits in nine innings. Houck was
just as good, and in the seven in
nings he worked the Sox safetied
Walsh fanned eleven. His best
exhibition was .in the eighth.
Bases were filled with none out.
Lapp batted forEgan and fanned.
Coombs pinched for Houck and
also whiffed. Murphy .bounded
out to Borton.
Borton was responsible for the
only Sox run. He doubled in the
second andy, started, for third
when Egan'vlet a k-spitei ooze
through his fins. Egan-attempted
to peg Borton oiitafrthTrd, but
shot our first baseman.nf the ear,
the ball going to -lefi'lield. Bor
ton scored. '" y ?;
By yesterdayVvictbry the Sox
get the -decision on the year's
series, 12 to 10.
The Cubs made! 18 runs and
Brooklyn 13 in fifteen innings,
each team copping a game.
Madden started the first for the
Cubs. Brooklyn got to him for
six runs in the first inning and
Reulbach, started the second
scrap, but after Brooklyn whaled
him for three runs in the- firsHn
ning he also retired. Smith fin
ished in good form.
The Cubs busted two ex-playmates
during the day, Cliff Curtis
in the first game and Eddie Stack
in the second.
Twenty hits were made in each
game, the Cubs getting 21 and
the Dodgers 19.
Heinie Zimmerman, heralded
as in the midst -of a slump, jabbed
the pill for five hits in seven times
at bat. Two of his blows were'
John Evers duplicated Zim
merman's feat. ' i i'
Daubert, Fisher and Wheat of
the Dodgers cracked) the leather
The second game was merci
fully stopped in the sixth.
Cleveland won- another double
bill from Boston, making the first
time this year Boston has lost
four consecutive games. Each
team has won eleven games on
Cleveland bingled ten times ia
each game off Hall and Bedient.
Steen, Kaler and Baskette were
too much for the Red Sox.
NapLajoie with six hits and
Jackson with five led both -teams
Earl Hamilton of the Browns
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