Clipped From The Record-Argus
By Jack Veiock I. N. S. Sports Editor Lay of The Busher A frisk}* young shortstop named Benny, In the stocks was a star among many, They thought he had class, In the, (all, uncut grass, But the scouts said he didn't have any. The Giants steam roller returned to the Polo Grounds today to flatten out tho Phillies. McGraw's men arc good mud horses. Rain stopped their gamo with tho Braves, but when was resumed on a web field the Giants turned victory into defeat. The heavy barrage of horsehide laid down by the Yankees in their attack against Boston-New York- gasping for air. Pockinpatigh, Baker, Pratt, Pipp and Bodic are designated as the "murderers row" by the Scribes. Mogridgo scored his fourth victory of the season against the Red Sox. Ray Schalk's triple gave the White Sox victory over Cleveland. Ole Red Ames kept the Cardinals afloat by holding tho Reds to four.'hits. Three doubles by Ty Cobb counted considerably in Detroit's victory over the Browns. The Cubs bowed to Earl Hamilton, who won his fifth straight game for the Pirates. Nineteen hits off Grpgg, Geary and Shea accounted for Washington's victory at Phila. One hit was all Dan Grincr allowed the Phillies, and the Dodgers moved up to sixth place. New York, May 7.—The New International league will open its season tomorrow with games at Baltimore, Newark, Jersey City, and Binghamton. President John H. Fan-oil, has announced that all clubs arc ready for the bell. Baseball Schedule—National Philadelphia at New York,., clear Brooklyn at Boston, clear Cincinnati at St. Louis, clear Chicago at Pittsburgh, rain. American New York at Phila., fair Boston at Wasliington, clear St. Louis at Detroit, threatening. Cleveland at Chicago, clear.