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National League New York
4, Brooklyn 3; Philadelphia 13
American League Cleveland
11, St. Louis 6; Washington 4,
New York 3; Boston 17, Philadel
President Lynch of the Nation
al League refused to allow the
Cubs and Pirates to play off the
protested game of Wednesday,
declaring- Pittsburgh's kick must
take the usual' course. This
means the merits of the case will
not be decideduntil after the sea
son's end arid then the game will
m either be thrown out or allowed
to stand as won by the Cubs. It
will probably be thrown out
President Murphy of Cubs,
who has been howling all year
about Lynch-calling him incom
petent, is 'now wailing about
Lynch's ruling. Webb mourn
fully wails that it will prevent the
Cubs finishing'-vsecond. Also, and
this is what really hurts Chubby
Charley, it knocked him out of an
extra day's receipts. -
Barney Dreyfuss, another gent
who doesn't care any more about
money than he does for his life, is
also filled with sorrow.
Frank Chance, manager of the
Cubs, has sold his tenth interest
in the West Side team to Harry
Ackerland of Pittsburgh for $40,-
iOQO. Chance declared the sale of
his stock would not prevent him
being manager next year if he
was given a contract.
Ackerland is associated with
the Fleischmans of Cincinnati,
who own part of the Red team
Christy Matehwson and Rube
Marquard went to Philadelphia
to see the Athletics play Boston.
Red Sox scored 17 hits and the
same number of runs to five runs
for the Macks. Rube and Matty
failed to see the joke.
, Larry Doyle, captain of the
Giants, twisted his ankle Thurs
day and may rest until the world's
NOT A WAITER
'Armed with guns and huge
game hagsf the two Irishmen"
sallied forth ;n searcKof sport. It
was their first venture at shoot
ing and they were dreadfully
Suddenly Casey spotted a bird,
and, taking careful aim, prepared
to fire the-fatal shot. Then Pat
seized him byjhe arm frantically.
"For mercy's ' sake, don't fire,
Casey!" "he yelled. "Sure, an'
ye've forgotten to load yer gun !"
"That's as may he, my lad," re
torted Caseyr"but fire I must. Be
gorrah, the bird won't wait!"
Put a number of smooth, ripe
tomatoes in a wire frying basket.
Plunge first-in boiling water, then
in cold water. Peel. Cut the to
mato about two-thirds of the way
down,' into six sections, using a
very sharp knife. Spread it out.
After taking a little of the center
of the tomato out, replace with a
spoonfuLof thick mayonnaise and
a very small sprinkle of chopped