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t BASEBALL DOPE
W. L. Tied. Pet.
'Cubs 3 0 2 1.000
bx .0..3, 2 .000
'. World's Series.
Boston 3 2,1 .600
;jNew York.- 2 3 1 .400
St. Louis Series.
Cardinals 3 1 -1 .750
.Browns 1 3 1 - .250
I ' Yesterday's Results.
Cubs, 8; White Sox, 1.
New York, 5 ; Boston, 2.
Cardinals, 10; Browns, 4. .
l The Cubs have it all over
State's Attorney Wayman when
dt comes to cleaning up the South
; Eddie. Cicotte lasted two in
nings, retiring in the third after
five hits had been jolted from
i "Bill Lange fanned; nine men
..during his stay on the mound and
twas soaked for seven hits.
Three runs in the first and the
same in the third gave Cheney an
easy game to work on. He breez
ed through, allowing eight hits
,-and fanning eight. Borton struck
. out three times.
:y Frank Schulte nicked a triple
r'.in the third that registered two
runs. Heinie Zim poled' three
singles and Saier a single and
Bodie, Rath and Zeider did the
ox clouting with two hits each.'
j Buck O'Brien spent 45 minutes
.getting the Giants out in the first
Marquard was unsteady, but
his mates saved him. Fifteen
putouts by thcoutfield show how
hard the Giant left-hander was
Merkle and Meyers, who have
hit weakly in the series, came
through in ihe first inning with
psychological wallops. All the
luck breaks went to the Giants.
Ray Collins pitched strongly
for Boston in. jajsi' seven innings,
but the damage was done.
Boston threatened several
times, but the only time they con
nected' was .whenEngle pmched
for O'Brien1, and delivered .a dou
ble with two on.' ' '
Frank Chance says he will
manage the Cubs until the city
series ends.. TheGub hoss' con
tract expires today.
Mordecai Brown, , released to
Louisville, will probably rijanage
the Colonels in next -season's
American Association race.
Something doihg in New York
Thursday. President Lynch has
called almeeting of the National
League magnates to. consider 'the
charges of Horace Fogel of the
Phillies that this year's race was
"fixed" for the Giants. Lynch
will present the evidence result
ing from his investigation. Fogel
will be made to substantiate his
charges or face expulsion from
the league. A pair of magnates
like Fogel and Murphy can stir
up more trouble than all the in
competent umps in the business.
Joe Mandot beat his former
sparring' partner, Joe Sherman, in
eight rounds at New Orleans.
Mandot overshadowed his opponent'
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