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; each collected .three ,hits,.Wingo and,
Kohetcny. getting two1.
Joe Tinker tried to. start some
thing with a double but his hired
men were helpless before Alexander.
Philadelphia won and got a stronger
hold on first .place. Fromme was
hammered from the hill in three in
nings, Packard taking his place and
pitching sensational ball for the Reds.
Marsans was on first base in place
of lioblitzel for Cincinnati.
Bud Anderson, the Vancouver,
Wash., lightweight, who leaped into
the limelight when he put Kayo
Brown of New York to sleep, took
.-another step, on. the championship' jfi'
oafi by knocking Joe, Mandot outii a
12 rounds. Mandot was severely pun
ished throughout the battle, and An
derson's cleverness baffled the South
erner in his efforts to land a telling
blow. Mandot was knocked out
standing up. Anderson's blows had
dazed him, and he was unconscious'va
of what was going on. Joe did not
regain his sense until five minutes
after the referee stopped the bout.
The only thing that seems to stand
between Anderson and the light
weight championship is the weight 1
question. He naa trouoie mamng tne
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