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' BITS OF SPORT
National League Ghicago 6,
Pittsburgh 5 (10 innings) Bos-,
ton 3-7, Brooklyn 2-6; Philadel
phia 2, New York 1.
American League Chicago 8,
Detroit 5 ; Cleveland 4, St. Louis 2.
Cubs made more runs than
Pittsburgh, and even then failed
In ninth' Cotter pinched for
Lavender and singled Williams
home with the tying run. Then
he went behind the bat. In the
tenth he batted in the catcher's
place and drove home the score
that put the Cubs ahead. Neither
team noticed that Cotter had bat
ted out of order.
Later Fred Clarke was told of
the mistake and protested -the
game. Murphy agreed to play it
over with alacrity, thinking to
gather a few extra dollars.
Jensen was easy for Sox.
Cleveland bunched hits in the
eighth with St. Louis errors and
counted three runs off Allison.
Blanding held the Browns safe.
McGraw put a patched team in
the field and the Phillies nosed
them out through good pitching
by Seaton, who allowed Giants
A miracle! The Boston Braves
won a double-header. But Brook
lyn was the victim. Tyler, Per
due and McTigue pitched for
Boston; Allen, Stack and Knetzer
lor the Dodgers.
Owner Somers of the Cleveland
Naps yesterday announced that
jjoe Birmingham would manage
his team next year.
Joe Tinker and Heinie Zimmer
man had a run-in yesterday and
the acting, manager fined the
leading batter $50. Zim roasted
Saier for poor base running and
Tinker called Zim. Zim allowed
as how he could lick the tempor
Billy Papke, who ran out of a
match with Frank Mantell in
New York; has been barred from
fighting for an indefinite time in
New York by the state boxing
commission. The commission
recommended to French promot
ers that the suspension be sus
tained in France, where Papke is
billed with Georges Carpentier.
Jim Corbett is progressing
rapidly, following his operation
for appendicitis in Philadelphia.
L Yesterday's Football Results.
Dartmouth 41 ; Norwich 9.
Princeton 41, Rutgers '6.
Penn., 35 ; Franklin and M., 0.
Carlisle 65, Villa Nova 0.
Brown 3, Colby 0.
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- HE MADE SURE
"Pat," .said the vicar, "I want
you to go to the railway station
and find out what time the next
train leaves for London."
After an absence of two hours
"What a time you have been !"
exclaimed the vicar.
"Well, ye see, yer honor," re
plied Pat, "I had to wait. I,;
couldn't trust them station fel
lows; they'd say anything. So I
stuck tight, and seed the train
start with me own eyes 1"
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