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Bodie batted for Scott and struck
In the ninth a single, pass and dou
ble by Schalk gave the Sox two runs
with two Out, but Daly, batting for
Wolfgang, flied to-Veach, and the
Sox slid down. ""
Jasper and Wolfgang finished the
game in the box after Scott was lift
ed. They pitched excellent ball, of
course, and Wolfgang fanned Cobb.
Most any old pitcher can do good
work with the Sox, but a hitter or
two would be more acceptable than a
couple of excellent recruit heavers.
Weaver and Schalk got two hits and
Lord got the other. It was up to Buck
and Ray to do something, for their
frowsy stuff in the first handed the
game to Detroit.
Not only are the Sox failing to hit,
but they are playing punk ball in the
field, and their defense is not reminis
cent of the old hitless wonders. Only
with the bat do they live up to that
Walter Johnson's failure to get
started is holding Washington back.
He relieved Boehling in the eighth
and the Mackmen walloped him for
five hits and three runs in the ninth.
Daley, Collins 'and Baker each got
three hits, one of Eddie's being a tri
ple. Caldwell pitched his second three
hit shut-out of the season. Bedient
was hit hard by the Yanks in two in
nings. Hartzell and Caldwell each got
Walker's triple in the first gave St.
Louis two runs, and they held the
lead though outhit by the Naps.
Taylor was strong in the tight places.
Hagerman was replaced by Colla
more. Kelly, Carey, Mowrey and Wagner
all took important swats at Daven
port's pitching, and nosed out the
Reds. Conzelman pitched well for the
Pirates in the early stages, but was
relieved by McQuillen in the seventh.
The Giants got 16 hits off Crutcher
and Tylerswamping the Braves.
Jiarquard was pestled, but kept em
scattered. Bcscher, Doyle, Meyers
and Evers each collected three hits.
Two of Doyle's were doubles.
Catcher Fischer of Brooklyn made
two bone plays that gave Philadel- -p.
phia a lead in the first inning. Both $J
teams batted hard. Cravaih got four
hits, Daubert and Magee three each,
and Wheat a double and triple. Reul
bach was the only effective Brooklyn
Maxwell outpitched Willett, and
Brown's Sloufeds lost their third
game. Willett got a pair of doubles.
Buffalo batted Mosely hard in the
sixth inning, scoring four runs to
down Indianapolis. Campbell, Kauff
and Young each registered three hits.
Old Frank Smith yielded three hits
to Kansas City and blanked them. ,'
Cullop pitched his first Federal game
and should have won. Otto Knabe
punched three singles, and Doolan ;
got a double and single. '
MISCELLANEOUS SCORES '
St. Patrick, 9, Holy Trinity, 5.
St. Ignatius, 15, De La Salle, 4.
St. Cyril 12, St Rita, 4. I
Armour, 3; Monmouth, 0.' r
St. Phillips, 6, St Joseph, 2.
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FEMININE MANAGEMENT ) -:
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the grass after he raked it off the i
lawn? - i
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