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meeting. In two of the games the
Red Sox have come from behind and
won and in the other two they were
There isn't much room to charge
ouch a club with -heing yellow. Car
rigan's men have aubeen through the
fire before. They proved their game
ness when they won a world's cham
pionship from the Giants, despite
leadership that put them perilously
close to defeat.
The big explosion will come when
Tigers and Red Sox meet Detroit to
day is three games to the rear and
must at least take a majority of the
battles with the leaders to have a
In the last three games at Boston
White Sox have poled eight hits,
which is no way to win ball games,
especially when the defense cracks.
Joe Benz actually outpitched Ruth,
but two successive errors by John
Collins gave the Red Sox two runs
and the game. Buck Weaver was
benched for weak hitting and Black
borne went to short, making one of
the Rowland hits.
No fish horns were blown. A few
toots might have helped, for the
White Sox were lost in a deep fog and
couldn t find their way home.
For three days the Whales will not
be scheduled in the Federal league,
and some assistance from other clubs
in the circuit may land them in a tie
for the lead. Pittsburgh leads the
Whales by a game and a half. Should
Baltimore deliver three defeats to the
leaders it would mean a tie for first
place. St Louis is a game and a half
behind the Whales, and even three
wins for the Terriers will still leave
the Tinks in second position.
These rests are pleasing to Tinker.
He is given opportunity to rest his
three pitching stars, Brown, McCon
nell and Hendrix, and will be able to
use them frequently when battling is
resumed. Brown worked yesterday
and can go back again Saturday or
Flack's triple and homer counted 1
for five runs. Wilson's homer was
Cravath's homer put Phils in lead
and chased Adams. Gawy also?
soaked, two singles. Chalmers was ai
tight pitcher after first inning. ','
Cards slammed Marquard in sixth.
Cheney tried to rescue him, was hit
three times in two-thirds of an inning,
then had his finger split by a hot shot
from Bescher. Cards scored six times
Reds pounded Schauer and Math-
ewson. Wingo and Griffith each
cracked three hits, former getting a
Cobb's single in eighth sent in two
runs for Detroit, winning the game.
Lowdermilk and Mogridge pitched
Washington made it 14 wins-out of
last 16 games played. Dumont, a
rookie pitcher, held Cleveland io "two
Browns swatted three Mack pitch
ers. Sisler made three hits.
Newark got to three Sloufetf pitch-
era for 21 hits, but barely managed!
to win. Plank was a Victim. Scheer
hit five singles.
Bill Bailey becomes, a Whale
through a trade involvingjDave Black
and a Whale outfielder to be delivered
after the season ends. .Bailey has
been with Baltimore two seasons.
, HIS REVENGE
Two Irishmen employed in con
struction work on the New York sub
way were engaged In conversation
on a Broadway surface car.
"You are becoming industrious of
late, Pat," said Mike.
"Shure an' I have been," said Pat
"I was arrested for assaulting O'Hara
last week an' the joodge said if I came
back on the same-charge he'd foine
me twinty dollars."
"So," came back Mike, "you ar
working hard to keep your hand off
"Divil a bit," exclaimed Pat, "I'm
working to save up the twinty dollars;!