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out, Yerkes to Stahl; Snodgrass
fanned'; Murray fanned; no hits,
Fifth Inning Boston: Murray
took Hooper's drive with one
hand; Yerkes singled; Speaker
forced Yerkes at second ; Speaker
out stealing; 1 hit, no runs. New
York: Merkle out, Wagner to
Stahl; Herzog singled; Meyers
fanned; Fletcher out, Wagner to
Stahl ; 1 hit, no runs.
Sixth Inning Boston: Lewis
Hied to Murray; Gardner f puled
to Herzog; Stahl fanned; no hits,
no runs. New York: Tesreau sin
gled; Devore bunted safely;
Doyle flied to Yerkes ; Snodgrass
forced Devore, Yerkes to Wag
ner, Tesreau taking third; Mur
ray forced Snodgrass, Yerkes to
Wagner; 2 hits, no runs.
Seventh Inning Boston:
Wagner fanned; Cady fanned;
Wood flied to Murray; no hits, no
runs. New York: Merkle fan
ned ; Herzog singled ; Meyers flied
to Speaker; Fletcher doubled, and
Herzog scored; McCormick bat
ted for Tesreau, and grounded to
Yerkes, Fletcher being caught at
the plate; 2 hits, 1 run.
Eight Inning Boston: Ames
pitching for New York; two runs
and 5 hits have been secured off
Tesreau; Hooper flied to Fletch
er; Yerkes out, Fletcher to Mer
kle; Speaker doubled to left;
Lewis out, Fletcher to Merkle; 1
hit, no runs. New York? De
vore out, Wagner to Stahl; Doyle
flied to Hooper; Snodgrass safe
on Wagner's errpr; Murray sin
gled, Snodgrass taking third;
Merkle fanned; 1 hit, no runs.
Ninth Innning Boston; Gard
ner singled; Stahl sacrificed,
Ames to Merkle; Wagner walk
ed; Cady forced Wagner, Fletch
er to Doyle; Wood singled vto
right, scoring Gardner, Cady
taking third; Hooper flied to
Snowgrass; two hits, n oruns.
New York: Herzog flied to
Speaker; Meyers fouled to Cady;
Fletcher flied to Stahl; no hits;
no runs. (
At End of Seventh Inning.
Sox ....1 0 0 0 0 0 01
Cubs. ..000010 0- 1-
Batteries Cicotte and Easter
ly; Cheney and Archer.
A well-known sportsman, af
fected with the craze for Japan?
ese gardening, invited the Japan
ese ambassador to 'lunch, and
afterward showed him round the
gardens and greenhouses, keep
ing the Japanese garden till the
last as a delightful surprise.
When, after admiring the beauty,
of alf the other gardens, the am
bassador was at least taken to the
imitation of the gardens of his
own flowery land, he held up his
hands in enthusiastic delight.
"Ah, he exclaimed, this is won
derful 1 We have nothing like this:
in Japan 1"
o o -
Guest Well goocfc-by, old
man. And you've really got a
very nice little place here.
Host Yes; but it's rather
bare just now. I hope the trees
vyiUhaverawn-a good bit before
you tome again, old man