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beating Pittsburgh handily,., Adams
was laced. Joe Tinker got back in the
game, celebrating -with a trio of sin
gles. Max Carey of the Pirates safe
tied twice and stole four bases.
Slugging by Baker, Eddie Murphy
and Barry upset Washington after
the Nationals had batted Brown for
got a triple, double, and two singles
and.Hartzey nailed a" triple and two
singles.' Maisel continued his hitting
with a triple and single.
When Ed .Reulbach left the Cubs
he said he" had tlie goods and would
prove -it when he got with another
team. In the second -game of a dou-
Al Palzer Another Hopeless White Hope.
the lead. Bender did a rescue act.
Groom could not stave off the Mack
ian rush. Gandil and Moeller each
smashed a double and single.
Anc'arson, the young Red Sox
pitcher, was overwhelmed.' by the
Yank3, who crashed 16 hits. Sweeney
ble-header yesterday he. m held the
Phils to five hits, passed but one and
whiffed five. Pf6ffer, a Brooklyn re
cruit, was hit hard in the first game.
Cravatlu and LudeniB got two .hits
in each game. Eight bases were
stolen in the first engagement