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Altogether sixteen O'Dayites took
part in the affair and the whole crew
could only annex four safe swats.
Costello got three of Pittsburgh's five
Hurrah! Th White Sox grabbed
a game, 12-1. No, they didn't play
any team in the American League.
Yesterday was an off day and the
team battled with the McHenry, HI.,
nine. Mayer rapped a home run.
The fighting Red Sox sure did
play. They played a tie with the
Philadelphia crew for ten innings and
then busted things up by putting
two men over for the victory. And
it was mostly bases on balls and er
rors that ended the combat. The en
tire Philadelphia infield featured in
The Chifeds and the Buffeds had
to call it a draw, after battling
through an even dozen rounds. Chi
cago used three pitchers and Buffalo
used two. The latter outhit the lo
cals, but the necessary swats didn't
come at the right time. Agler rapped
out four safeties, one of them being
a three bagger. Chase slapped - a
home run in the eighth inning tieing
The Boston Braves picked up a
little on the Giants and Cubs by split
ting a two-game while teh latter two
teams were losing.
The Braves used a trio of hurlers
in the first combat, but were unable
to stop the Philadelphia squad. Thir
teen hits were produced. Magee
placed four safeties, one of them
being for two bases. Umpire Rigley
was renedered unconscious in the
second inning when hit on the throat
by a foul tip. After a half hour's
treatment he returned to his duties
with an ice pack around his neck.
In the second game, Philadelphia
never had a chance. Not one safe
swat was allowed them by Davis,
who has been sort o fa filler in for
the Braves. He was cast off by the
New York Americans last season and
grabbed up by Stallings. Boston
pounded out 12 hits, thre.e of them
going to Davis.
Brooklyyn grabbed an earlyy lead
on the Giants and there was never
any danger after that. O'Toole was
driven from the slab after allowing
fourteen hits. Merkle got a homer
and Wheat a three base ply.
The Baltimore Fed and the Indian
apolis Fed teams split on a double
header. Scheer laced out two two
baggers. Three passes and as many
hits gave Baltimore 5 runs in one
inning, enough to cop the first game.
The Pittfeds went bat wild and
knocked out thirteen safeties, three
of them being triples. Bradley got a
single, a double and a triple.
The Brooklyn Feds kept up their
winning streak by copping from St.
Louis. Anderson's home run in the
fifth won the game. He got two oth
Now is the time for the fellow who
hasn't a dollar in his pocket to offer
to bet $500 to $400 that the Ath
letics will beat the Boston Braves.
Two baseball club owners have
taken the stand that the newspapers
cannot exist without baseball, which
reminds us of the small boy who
wanted the trees cut down so they
could not make wind storms.
Speaking of Dan O'Leary causes
us to wonder whether Ernest Walk
er of the St. Louis Browns is named
A Boston man doping the bunk
Said: "If Plank and Chief Bender get
All they'll have to skin us
Is Schang and Mclnnis
And Collins and Baker and Strunk."
"What makes yo' skeered o' de
dahk, chile? 'Ceptin yo' eyes, yo's
blacker'n it is." Judge.
A laundryman in Paris uses a cap
tive balloon to lift the clothing which
he washes high into the air to dry"
and bleach, uncontaminated by dust
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