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cracked a single, double and triple.
Miller Huggins was back in the game
after a visit to Cincinnati where he
tried to make a trade with Joe Tinker.
A great day for ex-Cubs. Mordecai
Brown held Boston to five hits, Jim
my Sheckard soaked a double and
triple, Tinker cracked a triple and
also stole third and home. Cincin
nati scored a soft win, with Perdue
pitching for Boston. Hoblitzel of
Cincinnati got a triple and single.
The Naps don't need Larry Lajoie
a bit. In the first inning against the
Athletics he smashed a double off
Eddie Plank that counted two runs,
later scoring himself. In the. third he
whaled a homer with a man on base.
That was all the runs the Naps made.
Blanding held the Macks to eight
hits, three of them by Eddie Murphy.
Chapman did wonderful work at
short for Cleveland, cutting off sev
Keating and Caldwell were treated
to a regular old Tiger swatfest, the
Yanks being overwhelmed. Bauman
and Dubuc each swatted homers,
Bush and Veach three singles each
and Cobb a pair of triples. George
Moriarity made a clean steal of home.
The Red Sox and Browns staged
a left-handed double-header, Leonard
outpitching Leverenz in the first and
Weilman besting Collins in the sec
ond. St. Louis got but two hits off
Leonard. Yerkes of Boston got five
hits. In the second game triples by
Pratt, Austin and Brief gave the game
to St. Louis. '
Luther McCarty spent a lot of
money during his last month on
earth. According to an expense ac
count submitted by the administrator,
of his estate he paid out more than
$4,000. The account was filed by
Billy McCarney, manager of the dead
fighter, tO'Show why only $26 of the
$4,232.50, McCarty's share of the
Galgary gate receipts, remained after
his burial at Piqua, 0.
Germany and England will be rep
resented by athletic teams at the
Panama-Pacific exposition in San
Francisco in; 1915. Germany is ex
pected to send more men than any
other country. (
Frank Chance, manager of the
New York Yanks,- is now an actor.
He has been- engaged by - a moving
picture company to. take: a. leading
Eddie McDonald, third baseman of
the Boston Braves, leading the Na
tional League in batting. He is tem
porarily out of the game with an