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SPRINGFIELD (MO.) REPUBLICAN SPORT PAGE BASEBALL WRESTLING v FOOTBALL BASKETBALL SPRINGFIELD, MISSOURI, SUNbAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1, 1922. PAGE SEVEN Browns Win, 11 - 7, but Yankee's Victory Clinches Pennant ST. LOUIS CARDS WIN TTiVO GAFilES FROM CHICAGO HUGGINS' CLAN SISLER DRIVES OUT 8TH HOME ; RUN OF SEASON SPRINGFIELD TEACHERS COLLEGE ELEVEN CANLOSETODAY AND KEEP TITLE ; - - J ft' "'r . n :c; - - - - - - - r Blankenship, With Springfield Midgets Early This Season, Hurls Part ,of Game Against Browns. By Associated Press. ST. LOUIS. Mo.. Sept. 30. All pen - rant hopes shattered by New York' victory over Boston today, St. - Louis went ahead as though everything was at stake and trounced Chicago, 11 to 7, finding three White Sox twlrlera for 16 hits. George Sisler, declared the most valuable ' player in the league this year, got his 8th homer . of the season in the sixth by clouting the ball Into the right field - stands. Score: CHICAGO A.B.R.H.PO.A.E. Hooper, rf. . . 5 1 0 2 0 0 Johnson,, as.' ...51 13 4 0 K. Collins, 2b 4 12 15 0 Sheely, lb, 5 2 2 12 0 0 Mosul, cf. 5 1110 0 Falk, If. 5 0 2 2 2 0 Mulligan, 3b 5 Q 1 02 0 Kchalk, c 2 0 1 2 1 0 Long, c 10 0 1 0 '0 ' T. Blankenship, p. ... 1 1 10 2 0 H. Blankenship, p..... 1 0 0 0 .0 Mack, p . 2 0 1 0 0 0 tjitrtk 1 0 0 0 0 0 Totals'. . .43 7 15 24 It 0 Batted for H. Blankenship In seventh. - ST. LOUIS . A.B. R.H. PO.A.E. Tobin, rf ..3 S 3 1 0 0 Ellerbe, 3b 3 11112 Sister, lb 6 2 2 7 0 0 Williams, If 4 2 2 4 0 0 Jacobson. cf. 5 2 3 3 0 0 McManus. 2b 5 1 3 2 1 2 Severeid, c . 5 0 1 8 1 0 Gerber, gs 3 0 0 1 1 0 Bhocker, p 3 0 0 0 3 0 Totals. ........... .36 11 18 27 7 4 Score by innings: Chicago 000 00 1 501 7 St Louis 2Q3 401 lOx 11 Summary Two - basa hits Sisler, McManus, Shecly, Tobin, Palk. Three, base hit Mulligan, Home run Staler. Stolen base - Totoln. Double play Falk and Sheely. Left on base Chicago, 13; St. Louis, 8. Base on balls - Off T. Blankenship, 2; Shocker, 3; H. Blankenship. Struck out By T. Blankenship, 1; Shocker, 7; H. Blankenship, 1: Mack, 1. ItttB Off T. Blankenship, 4 In 3 Innings; off H. .Blankenship, in 3 lntjlngs; off Mack, 3 In 2. PHILADELPHIA SPLITS DOUBLE ; BILL, 7 - 3; 4 - 7 By Associated Press. PHILADELPHIA, Pa.," Sept. SO Philadelphia split even in a double - header today that closed the 1922 season. Washington took the first game, 7 to I, while the Athletics won the econd, 7 to 4. Eddie Rommel won his twenty - seventh victory of the sea - nun uy VUlUll"K HIT nn - vu In this game Tilly Walker hit his thirty - seventh homer of the year. Miller hit a homer for the Athletics in ; the first game, giving him 21 for the ' season. Scores: , First Game. : WASHINGTON. A B. R. H. PO.A.E. Judge, lb. 5 3 1 13 1 0 S. Harris, 2b. 6 0 3 2 3 0 Rice, c. f. 5 11 2 0 0 Goslin, 1. f. 4 11 1 0 0 . BroWer, r. f 3 2 1 2 0 0 Lapun c 4 0 2 t 2 0 Pecklnpaugh, as. ... 4 0 0 2 1 0 Lamotte, 3i. 4 0.1 0 S O ZacharyL p ..4 1 1 1 4N Totals . . . os i li ii it v PHILADELPHIA A B. R. H. PO.A.E. Welch, c. f. 8 0 2 3 0 1 Bruggy, c. .... 4 1 2 1 2 0 Walker, 1. f. 3 1.3 3 . 0 . 9 Hauser. lb. 3 0 0 15 0 0 Miller, r. f 4 110 0 0 Galloway, as 3 0 2 2 4 1 Dykes, 3h 4 0 0 2 1 0 Scheer, 2b 4 0 0 2 7 0 . B. Harris, p 0 0 0 2 0 ' Perkins 1 0 0 0 0 0 Totals . ..........34 3 9 27 18 2 Batted'for B. Harris Is ninth. Score bv innings: a Washington ...000 113 0117 Philadelphia 000 200 010 S Three - base hits Rice. Zachnry. Miller. Double piny Scheer, Galloway and Hauser. Left on bases Washington. ; Philadelphia, 7. Bases on halls Off Zachory. 2; off B. Harris, 2. StrucTc out By Zachary, 2; by B. Harris, 1. 8econd Game. R.H.E. Washington . ...000 011 0204 17 1 Philadelphia . ...000 141 01 7 10 Batteries - r Fraucla and Piclnich; Rommel and Perkins. BENNETT HILL WINS 125 - MILE RACE CLASSIC (BULLETIN) ' FRESNO, Cal Sept. 30 Bennett ' Hill won the 125 - mlle San JuaO - rlassfo here today with a speed of ' 102 mile an hour. Hurry Harts finished second and Tommy Milton third. Hill was only 10 feet ahead of Tommy Milton. Other drivers finished In the following order: Wonderllch. Elliott, Hearae. Klein and Murpby. All 14lcher was flagged. There was no accidents. . I7se Republican Want Ads. i r - u. From left to rlsht: Rnfferty. student assistant ooerh, Reeves, Nunley, To liver, Williamson, Rah per, Uallowny. Bouaman, Meyers, Abbott. A. W. BrlirfK coach. Eeoond row: Althonse, Bu - on, Wtttle, FORMER WESTERN ASSOCIATION HURLER PITCHES FOR GIANTS Mike Gvengros, With Chickasha Champions Last Season, ' Holds Boston to Six Hits, but Loses Contest, 5 to L INDIANS WIN FROMTIGERSlH By Associatsd Press. CLEVELAND, O., Sept. SO. Sher - rod Smith kept Detroit's ten hits widely scattered and Cleveland won to day' game, 4 to 1. Plllette allowed only six hits, but Cleveland bunchnd them. Score: DETROIT A.B.R. H. PO.A. E. Blue, lb 3 Hancy, So, 4 1 14 - 2 0 Cobb. cf. 0 2 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 Veach. If. ... Fotherglll, rf. Cutshaw, 2b. Rlgney. ss. . Woodall, ic, . Plllette, p. Olson, p. .. Flngstead Totals... ..33 1 10 24 1 3 Batted for Pllette In elKhth. CLEVELAND A.B. R. H. PO.A. E. McNultyof. Wamby, !b 8 Summo, rf. 1 3 Gardner, 3b, Powell, ss. . Evans, If. Gulsto, lb O'Neill, C. Smith, p. . 3 ,. 8 3 3 0 11 0 3 1 1 Totals Score by innings Detroit Cleveland .2 4 8 27 20 0 000 100 0001 200 002 OOx 4 Summary Double plays Wamby, Fewell, Gulsto (2), Smith, Sewe'l, Gulsto, Fotherrill and Blue. Left on base Detroit. ; Cleveland. 4. Base on halls Off Plllette, 1; off Olsen, 1; off Smith, 1. . Struck out By Plllette, 2; by Smltlf. 2. AMERICAN ASS'N By Associated Press. MINNEAPOLIS, Mlnn Sept. 30. Weaver was Invincible In the pnchcs In the second game of the aeries and Indianapolis won from Minneapolis, 3 to 0. Although Weaver walked eight men he was never in danger. Score. R.H.E. Indianapolis . ...00 1 000 020 3 9 0 Minneapolis t ....000 000 000 0 3 2 Batteries Weaver and Kruegei ; McColl and Mayer. MILWAUKEE, Wis. Sept. SO, Milwaukee defeated Toledo, 4 to 1, today. The game was called in the seventh because of darkness. O'Neill and Ma - lone were touched freely. Score. IV H. R. Toledo 000 100 0 V 9 0 Milwaukee 300 001 4 10 9 Balteiies O'Neill. Malnnt and Kop - shaw; Gearln and Oossett. ST. PAUL. Minn., Sept. 30. Erratic fielding by St. Paul aided Louisville in taking the second game of the aeries, 5 to 2. Boone and Ellis hit home rua MoGee, a St. Paul recruit, stole two bases, making his total six for his la - t four games. 1 Score. R. II. E. Louisville . .....000 021 0026 13 2 St. Paul ...4 109 910 9002 10 4 Batteries Tlncup and Meyer; Hill and Dougan. FAIRMOUNT WINS ' By Associsted Pros, WICHITA. Kas Sept. 30 Fair - mount college defeated McPheraon college, 10 to 3, In a hotly contested arid contest today. The Shockers won In the third quarter by pushing over a touchdown after each team had scored en dropklcks. 2 B. Henderson, Cherry, Rose, Matthews, (caipta'jn), E. Henderson, Upe, Hardy, Phillips. , Third row: Barnard (assistant coach) Rush. Vnnber. Hltpmona. M. Nell, I By Associated Press. " ' NEW YORK, Sept. 30. Th New I York Giants divided a double - header with Boston today, the vlfHors winning ; the first game, 5 to 1, while the champs ( took the second, 5 to 3. Mike Zvengros, polish southpaw in the Western As sociation lost year, pitched the first game for vthe Giants and Clinton, Blume, former University of Colgate star, worked on the mound In the second game. McGraw put in a substitute line - up in the second game, after giving tho regulars a workout In the first. Score: First Gams," R.H.E. Boston .......... 001 300 100 5 0 New York 010 000 0001 12 2 Batteries Huhlihan and O'NelU; Zvengros and Snyder, Gaston. Second Game. BOSTON. AB.It. H. PO.A.E. Powell, cf Kopf, 2b .., Chi iftenbm y, rf Cruise, If BccckcI, 3b Henry, lb ....... Gallagher, ss .... Gibson, c Braxton, p Totals NEW YOHK. Bancroft ss . . Jackson, ss McPhee, Sb Magulre, 2b Higbee, If 0 1 3 'i 1 4 0 2 0 10 0 0 3 111 0 01 1 33 3 8 27 13 3 AB. It. H. PO.A.E. 1110 10 4 Phinners, rf ... . King, lb 1 18 2 1 1 3 0 1 1 0 Cunningham, cf Smith, c !!! 2 ... 2 Gaston, c Blume, p Totuls Score by innings: Boston 35 6 11 27 14 2 001 001 0103 100 001 21 5 New York Three - base hit McPhee. Double play Jackson, Magulre and King. Left on base Boston, 6; New York, 8. Struck out By Blume, 2. Base on baMs Off Blume, 1; off Braxton, 2. - LONDON BOXING SEASON V GETTING STARTED EARLY LONDON, Sept. 30. The London boxing season has opened early this year. At the ring recently Fred Archer survived 20 rounds of an encounter with Colin McLachlun, of America, and' was given the verdict on points. - McLachlan brought with him a formidable record of reported knockouts to his credit. Brltlnh boxers were Uuly impressed, but Fred Archer, a Londoner, took the newcomer on and bored draw with him. Mc - Lachlan was wrath at the verdict, and demanded another bout. The sreond contest between them took p'.ace at the - Ring." "McLachlan," says the Dally News, describing the fight, "Is a rugged, strong fighter with no defense. He ran hU. but he - has not yet learned the proper way. Archer, a better boxer, scored dozens of lefts, and almost closed his rival's left eye. The loser won no more than - three of the rounds, and the best that may be said of him is that he is game to the core. The majority of men would have been disheartened .at such persistent assault and battery as his face endured." Roland Todd, of Dnncaster. fought Frankle Burns, the Australian middleweight, at Liverpool and won In the fSth round. In the third round Burns was knocked down twice, and again In the ninth round. After he had been badly punished hi seconds threw in the towel BETHANY LOSES WICHITA. Kas., Sect. 30. Friends university put up a strong attack In the first iquarter todsr. scoring two touchdowns against Bethany rotlrge. The final score was 18 t . each team counting one touchdewn after the first Terlod. Nell Hllterbrand, Cheek, Reynaud, Roberta. Davis, Masssy. Fourth row: Wilson, Ball, Hembree, Holmes. Rradshaw, Sergwlck, Johnson, REDS AND PIRATES BATTLE 10 INNINGS IN WEIRD GAME Darkness Halts Contest, With Score Standing 7 - 7 "Cactus" Keck Relieved to Make Room for Pinch Hitter. By Assoeiated Press. ' CINCINNATI, O., Sept. 30. Tho Reds and Pirates, fighting desperately for second place In the National league race, battled to a ten - Inning - tie at 7 to 7 this afternoon, the game being called on account of darkness. The game will be played off here in a double - header tomorrow, closing the championship season. Score: PITTSBURGH A.B.R.IT. PO.A.E. Mamnville, ss, 4 0 0 2 1 0 Carey, cf 6 0 1 1 0 0 Blgbee, If 5 2 3 4 0 0 Russell, rf. . 5 3 4 4 0 0 Tlcrney, 3b 8 0 1 0 8 0 Traynor. 3b 5 12 0 1 0 Grimm, lb 5 0 1 11 0 0 Schmidt, c. 4 0 2 8 0 0 Morrison, p 3 1 0 0 3 0 Adams, p. 0 0 0 9 0 0 Totals... CINCINNATI Burns, rf, Daubert, lb. Duncan, If. Roush, cf. Fonseca, 2b. Hargrave, c Ktmmlck . ..... Couch, p Plnelll,. 3to Bohne, ss. ........ Donahue, p Keck, p Harper Markle. p. Gillespie, p. . .... Bressler ...39 7 14 30 11 0 A.B. R. H. PO, ..601 3 A.E. 0 0 .. 6 .. 6 ... .. 8 .. 3 .. 0 .. 0 .. 5 .. 6 .. 1 .. 1 .. 1 .. 0 .. JO .. 1 .. o ,. 1 1 11 3 0 4 S 1 0 o 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 t 0 Luque, p Wlngo, c n....i - " ' .17 7 17 10 18 1 Ran for Hargrave In ninth. Ratted for Keck In sixth. Batted for Gillespie In seventh. Score by Innings: ..... u KM nin 100 0 - 7 tllim,uiRii . ......... - - - Cincinnati . 101 001 202 0 - 7 Summarv Three - case nus oin'w I, it. - n nmihprt ' Htolen bases Roush, Plnelll. Double play - ... - - - . n.,,h.rt Tft on base Pittsburgh, 8; Cincinnati. 13. Base on balls Morrison, 3; Donohue, 1 Struck out By Morrison, 1; Adams, 1; Gillespie. 1; Luque. 3. Standing of the Teams ' National Leanue. CLFBH Won. Lost. Pree. New York J Pittsburgh S l ? St. Louis So Cincinnati 84 .549 Chicago 72 , .527 Brooklyn 7 '7, .W Philadelphia i - ,68 Boston . 52 99 .33a American League. CLl'BS. Won. Lost. Tree. New York . - r' 1 iKt. Louis 92 t .01 Detroit 7 ! Chicago 11 " - 50 Cleveland " , 7 .604 Washington 88 85 .444 Philadelphia 5 89 .413 Boston 81 98 .lit GALLOWAY JUNIORS ARE BEATEN BY LOCAL LADS Tlie Oalloway Juniors ware defeated veterdav sfternoon 8 to (, by a Junlol '. team rompnsed ef leading players taken 'from the Colonels snd thi Junior Midgets, two of th best junior baseball tnint tn the city, i "I,efty" Howard, who umpired ths ' rme and praiasd the work of several imerr - riers or tn learn, is owna ny tn Ht. Louis Browns ana Is on Ms wsy to Ci l a to play baseball during the winter. Howard spoke vrr highly of the battery, Littleton and Pununer. and of first re.mn Walntnind and shortstop Turner of th winning team. P - ott and (jalioway played well for the ksing sld. A return game will b plAef Use Republican Want Ada. gsrd. I - at row: BVandon, Moberly, Morris. .Rull, Potter, Edwards, Chancellor, Mc - Nshh, Hurrsll, Mnssey. - Mascot "Hunnle" BROOKLYN WINS FROM PHILLIES By Associatsd Press. BROOKLYN. N. Y.. Sept. SO. Southpaw Reuther won his seventh game from the Phillies tod.iy for Brooklyn when he beat Meadows. 6 to 4. " - Three runs In the first Inning on two passes and Wheat's trlle gave Reuther an advanptage he retained. The season ends with one gnme tomorrow. Score: PHILADELPHIA. A B. R. H. PO.A.E. Wrlghtstone. s 4 1 1 2 2 0 Rnpp. 3b. 6 0 0 2 0 0 Williams, c. f 8 1 2 1 2 0 Walker, r. f 2 0 1 1 0 0 Mokaiv, r. f. 2 0 1 1 0 0 Henllne, c 4 0 1 11 0 Lee. 1. f I 0 t 1 0 0 Leslie, lb 4 1 0 14 0 0 Psrklnson, 2b 4 0 0 1 8 1 Meadows, p. 4 1 2 0 10 Totals ..25 4 10 24 14 1 BROOKLYN. A B. R. H. PO.A.E. Olson, 2b 3 11 t 8 0 Johnston, ss. ....... 4 114 8 0 T. Griffith, r. 2 1 0 3 0 0 Wheat, l.f. 4 1 3 0 0 0 Myers, c. f 3 0 3 0 Schmandt, lb 4 1 2 9 0 0 High, Sb. . 8 1 1 0 5 0 Hungling, c. . 4 0 2 3 0 0 Reuther, p 4. 4 0 0 1 1 1 0 Totals . ..........31 8 10 27 15 0 Score by Innings: Philadelphia 000 011 2004 Brooklyn 300 120 00 8 Tnree - base hits uchnanfit. Wheat. Double plays Olson, Johnston and Wrlghtstone. Parkinson and Leslie; rancineon, wrlghtstnne and Leslie: Johnston, Olson and Schmandt. Left on bases Philadelphia. 8; Brooklyn, 8. Bases on balls Off Meadows. 3: off Reuther, 2. Struck out By Mead ows, z; by Keuther, z. TULSA WINS SECOND GAME ,. ' , FROM MOBILE TUL8A, Okla, 8ept. 30 Tulsa hit two Mobile pitchers hard here today and won the second game of the class A championship series, 11 te 2, Henry, who started for Mobile, was replaced in the eighth by Pope. Tulsa got 18 hits. Boehler want all the route for the locals and allowsd only five hits. Tulsa won yesterday, 6 to 4. Score. R. h. E. Mobile .."f 2 6 1 Tulsa 11 19 0 MILLER BADLY BEATEN . BY MONETTH. S. TEAM . The Monett football team won th sec - defeating th Miller tiam iu - 0. 1 n winners starred oy scoring 71 points In th first quarter and continued K'"" "V W lllivuf livui HIV Vn tmmt - Fussy" Warren'sleven showed apod foothill and should b a strong confTnt - an for the championship again this yr.i nr... 1,1 , m. ii rr, raiim. pptammi his game. YESTEROAY'S RESULTS National League. Brooklyn, 6; Philadelphia. 4. New York. 1 - 6; Boston, 6 - 3. Chicago, 8 - 3: St. Louis. 9 - 6. Cincinnati. 7; Pittsburgh, 7 (gutue called on account darkness; tie.) American League. ' St. Louis, 11; Chicago, 7. Philadelphia. 3 - 7; Washington, 7 - 1. Cleveland. 4: Detroit. 1. Boston, 1; New York, 3. By Associated Press. CHICAGO, III. Sept, SO 8t. Louis took both gamp of a doubleheader from Chicago today, 9 to 8 and 6 to 3, the second game being called at the end of the fifth Inning on account of darkness. The first game was a slugging match, In which eight pitchers participated, a total of 80 hits, equally divided, being made. Scores: First Game. R H E St. Louis 002 114 001 9 15 0 Chicago 000 401 012 15 1 Batteries Sherdel, North, Sell. Doak and Alnsmith; Aldrldge. Cheeves, Steuland, Ksuffmann and Hartnett. second (Aam. ST. LOUTS. AB.R.H. PO.A.R. 2 0 0 1 0 0 Blades, 1. f. .. Mann, c. f. J. Smith, c. f. Hornsby, 2b. Gainer, lb. . , Fournier. lb. Stock. 3b, Schults, r. f. Clemons, c. . La van, ss. . . Haines, p. . . Totals . ... CHICAGO, Adams, 2b. ,. Hollocher. ss. Stats, c. f. .. Grimes, lb. . Fitzgerald, r. Barber, 1. f. . Kelleher. 3b. O'Fnrrell, c. Jones, p Cheeves, p. 1 . .20 5 ( 15 8 0 AB. R. H. PO.A.E. .. 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 oo 0 0 0 0 .... 8 .... 3 1 ... 2 ... 1 ... 2 ... 2 0 1 .201800 . 0 0 0 0 1 0 . 2 0 0 0 2 0 .20 8 6 15 5 0 Totals Score by innings: St. Lou! i 330 005 Chicago x .'...101 013 Three - base hit Hollocher. Home run Gainer. Left on bases St. Louis. 2; Chicago. 4. Bases on balls Off Jonrs. 1; off Haines. 1. Struck Cut By Haines, 1; by Cheeves, 8; by Jonea, 1. ' New Haven: Yale, 13; Oarnegio Tech, 0. At Clemson, S. C: Centre. 21; Clem, son, 0. At Providence. R. I.: Brown, 2i, Rhode Inland State, 0. At Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard, 20; Mlddlehury, 0. At New York: .Columbia, 48; Ur - sinus, 7. At West Point: Army, 87; Spr.ng - fleld, 0. ' At Wnco, Tex. Denton normal, 0; Baylor unlveralty, 5. At Stillwater, Okla. Oklahoma Aggies, 49: Northwestern State Teachers college, 0. At Lewlsburg, Pa. Bucknoll, 41; Alfred. 0. At State College, Pa. Pcnn State, 4fi. wnll.m .nd Mnrv 7. At Troy. N. Y. itcnssainer, i; si. Stephens, 0. At Hanover, jn. n. uarcmoum, tv, Norwich, 0. At Cincinnati, O. University of Pittsburgh, 37; University of Clncin. nat. 0. . . At Waterv 1. Me. Colby, 1; Bos ton university, 3. At Cedar Rapids. Ia. Cos college, 13 r Upper Iowa university. 0. At Philadelphia, Pa. Pennsylvania, 14; Franklin and Marshall, 0. At West Point. Jan. Army, iz Lebanon Valley, 0. At Washington, Pa. Washington and Jefferson, 35; Westminster. 0. At Hamilton. N. x. Colgate, s; Clarkson, 6. At Durham. N. C Trinity,' 43; Gull - ford, 0. At Athens. Gn. university of Geor gia. 41; Mercer. 0. Al Clemson, s. c. centre, 11; uiem - son, 0. At South Bend. Ind. Notre Dame, 46; Kalamazoo, 0. At Qrinnell. la. Urinneii. H nr. sons college, 6. At Omaha, Neb. Dakota, weeieyan, 7; Crelghton, 0. At Princeton. N. J. Princeton, so Johns Hopkins, 0. At Ithaca, n. t. corneu, bi; at. Ilnn.v.ntiir. S. A r'hftrlnHes Vs. Heortre Wn.hJ ington, 0; University of Virginia. 34. At Tuscaloosa. Aia. 1, niversiiy or Alabama, 11; Marion Military insti ... A At Baltimore, Md. University of Maryland, v: Tntrd corps Area, 9. At Seattle. Wash. University of n,'tthintnn It - 1T H a lAahn 0 At ftopkfflev, Cnl. University nf California, 43; aania 1 inrn. it. At Lexington, v a. Washington and Lee. 85; Emory and Henry, 0. At St. Louis St. Lnuhi university, In - IIImrnHii nirmnl A At Greenfield Greenfield, 6; Ever - ton, 0. At Monett MonetL 60' Miller A At Mount Vernon Mount Vernon, 20; Sarcoxie. 19. At Marlonvllle Marlon ville, 7; Re - puonc, . AMERICAN ASSN. ' CHAMPS TO PLAY ON PACIFIC COAST By Associated Press.' CHICAfSO, III, Bept. 30. President Hlckey oTthe American association tonight wired President McCarthy of 'the Pacific coast league, accepting th challenge to play a post - season aeries with the winning club, provided St Paul, winner of the American asso elation flsg, defeats HMtlmore'ln the tost - season series which starts next Wednepday. Baltimore won the International league pennant CHICAOO. 111., Sept. 30. President Hlckey of the American association Ltonight appointed Umpire John A. Murray to omcinte in the St. Paul - Baltimore post - season series, which opens in Baltimore next Wednesday. 1 i isassaasass - i i t ootball Scores Veteran Umpire Tommy Connolly Gets Ball That Decided Championship Bush Relieves Hoyt. ' By Assooiated Press. y BOSTON, Mass.. Sept. 30. New York won the American league pen - rant by defeating Boston, 8 to 1, today. The Yankees can lose . their game in Washington tomorrow anl still finish first. The league leaders went In to win today ttnd did so in the first Inning after having dropped the first two games of the series to the Red Sox. Alex Ferguson started pitching for Boston, Witt led off for the visitors with a single. Dugan looped a single to short right. Ruth bunted down the third base line and was credited with a hit when O'Rourke fumbled as hu slipped in fielding the ball. With tho bases full Wallle Plpp singled to right, scoring Witt and Dugan. Ruth moved over to third on the throw home. Pen - nock replaced Ferguson. Ruth scored on Meusel's sacrifice fly to deep center. Yanks Lose Punch. For the balance of the game New York succeeded In making but three hits and could not score. Pennock pitched remarkably well. He gave way . to a pinch hitter and Karr pitched the last two Innings. Boston scored Its run in the seventh when O'Rourku singled, took third on John Collins' third straight hit of the game and scored as Mitchell forced Collins at second. In the ninth Hoyt, who hud been pitching superbly, passed Mitchell and Ruel singled to right. Manager Hugglna then sent in Bush. On the first pitched ball Mitchell was picked off second base, Schang to Fcott. Karr walked. Menosky file. I out to Meusel In deep light and Chaplin, hatting for Miller, was tossed out by Ward. As the Yankees galloped off the field In high glee. First Baseman Plpp tossed the Inst ball to the veteran umpire. Tommy Connolly. Score: NEW YORK A.B. R. H. PO.A. K Witt. cf. 3 11 2 0 1 Dugan, Sb 4 1 2 1 ? 1 Ruth, If. 3 1 2 2 0 0 Plpp. lb. ..4 0 2 8 1 0 Musei. rf. 3 0 0 2 0 0 Schang. c .4 0 0 5 1 0 Ward, 2b 4 0 0 2 4 0 Scott, ss, ..... 3 0 0 4 2 0 Hoyt, p 3 0 0 1 1 0 Bush, p. , . 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 31 3 7 27 11 R.H.PO.A. 0 0 6 0 BOSTON A.B. Menosky. If 4 Miller, cf 4 0 0 6 0 Burns, lb 4 0 0 7 2 Pratt. 2b. : 4 0 0 4 6 O'Rourke. 3b 4 1 2 1 1 J. Collins, rf. 4 0 3 0 0 Mitchell, ss 3 0 112 Ruel. c 4 0 2 3 1 Ferguson,' p 0 0 0 0 0 Pennock, p. ., 2 0 0 0 9 Karr, p 0 0 0 1 0 Harris 1 0 0 0 0 Chaplin W 0 0 0 0 Totals..... 35 1 8 27 12 1 Ratted for Pennock In seventh. Batted for Miller fn ninth. Score by Innings: New York . 300 000 0003 Boston 000 000 100 I Summary Double play Mitchell to Pratt to Burns. Left on boats New York, 4; Boston, 10. Base on balls - Off Hoyt, 1; off Bush, I; off Pen - nock. 1; off Karr, 1. Struck out. By Hoyt, 4; Pennock. 1. Leading Hitters v American Leagu Player. Club. Sisler, St. Louis , Cobb. Detroit , Speaker, Cleveland Hellmann, Detroit . ....... Williams. St. Louis Ed Miller, Philadelphia . , Tobin. SU Louis . Schang, New York .' Veach, Detroit Plpp. New York Bass'.er, Detroit Pet. .417 .398 .373 .357 .333 .331 4:3 J27 .326 .l.f 426 - National League. Tlayer. Cluh. Hornsby, St. .Louis Grimes, Chicago Miller, Chicago Tlerney, Pittsburgh Hollocher, Chicago Dnubert, Cincinnati . ..... Walker, Philadelphia . ..... Pet. . .400 . .354 . .351 . .151 . 41 . .340 . .340 Harper, Cincinnati , Carey. Pittsburgh . , Friech, New York . Meusel. New York. Kelly, New Tork . . .3)0 . .331 . .311 . .3. - 0 . .330 American Association. Player. Club. ' Pot. Myatt. Milwaukee 373 Becker. Kansas City 384 Klrke. Louisville S0 Lamar. Toledo 454 Lear. Milwaukee 354 Magee, Minneapolis 453 (Good. Kansas City .347 ( nmbs. Louisville n Hendryx. St. Paul SIS Brief. Kansas City rf.StS Brown, Indianapolis 313 Mathews, Milwaukee 340 Hartley, Columbus 41" Wsttarn League. Player. Club. Pet. East, W .Chita 391 Manush, Omaha 476 Bennett. Tu'.sa 370 Illvelt. TuUa 441 llerger. Wichita . .' 311 Metx. Sioux City 4Ct) Grantham, Omaha . ijf Fisher. St. Joseph 17 Elsh. Slntix City 4& Stusrt. Tulsa . . - r.. .34 Blakesley. Wichita 413

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