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2 OT 3 00 0 0 in for 6 1. 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 000 00 0 0 0 1 1 I 000 0 000000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 1 0 00 0 0 DAILY NEWS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1922. GIANTS BEAT CUBS, 7-6; YANKS LICK WHITE SOX, 4-1 McGraw Bunches Pitchers Neatly Again- -But What a Game! By JAMES CRUSINBERRY. The Giants bunched pitchers again yesterday on the Cubs and won the second game of the series at the Polo Grounds, 7 to 6. Boss McGraw crowded five of the slab toilers into the game and the best Boss Killefer eould enroll was four.

Most of the day's action took place in the bullpen. Pitchers were coming and going constantly. But the Giants won and are another notch closer to the pennant. Boss Jawn may have to order another gross of hurlers, but it looks like he'll win all right. The Chicagoans whole five of the day.

Just seemed a fellow to stick to the job for two whole rounds. Chicago gathered fifteen hits all told and had several passes besides. They always were in a position where a good solid punch would do a lot of business, but for some when most New York blows off pitchers, when they bunched dozen walks. lambasted the slabmen yesterimpossible for Earl Smith Earl Smith reason or other the punch needed wasn't there. made only a half dozen the Chicago quartet of but wallops were made ought to be and were pretty well with a half What an Exhibition! It was terrible baseball for a couple of healthy big league teams to turn out before paying patrons.

Such baseball on a spring training trip down in Texas or somewhere would be hooted. It required two hours and quarter to decide the useless battle, -too, and a large part of the 10,000 or so fans left long before it was over. No one could blame them. A hot supper had that brand of pastiming beat all to smash. On such days as yesterday MeGraw must think often of the old championship days of Christy Mathewson and Iron Man McGinnity.

He had no use for a bull pen then. Now he has to keep a couple warmed up when such rapid changes are necessary. Just what on earth this staff will do in a world series is more than the best experts can figure. Here They Come! Hugh McQuillan was started on the mound. He was bad in the second and ble win the third.

Lost control and everything. Rosy Bill Ryan was summoned. He got the boys out of the whole, but was taken out for a pinch hitter. Runs just had to be obtained- a lot of runs to win such a game. Virgil Barnes came forth.

Some one slammed a hot one against his ankle. Then he couldn't throw 'em straight. John Scott was rushed into the fray. He blew up in the seventh and Claude Jonnard came upon the scene. He just had enough to save the game.

The Giants hammered Vie Aldridge off the rubber in the second and Toney Kaufmann did the relief stunt. A pinch hitter went in for him in the sixth. Percy Jones came in and tossed one round, doing a neat job. Then he gave way to a pinch hitter and George Stueland finished. Gee, what a lot of pitehers! Cubs and Giants play their final game of the year this afternoon.

Osborne is slated to hurl for the Cubs. Jess Barnes may start for McGraw and perhaps be followed by Rosy Bill Ryan, Carmen Hill, John Scott and Virgil Barnes. Then Claude Jonnard probably will finish. It was whispered yesterday that Charles McManus, assistant tary noon of the Yanks, was McClain. married at to Miss May The ceremony was performed at St.

Patrick's Cathedral. The Giants are now five games ahead of Pittsburgh, nearest rival in the N. L. race. (Other picture on page 28) Glanta we.

Chicago today, 3:30 P. Polo Grus istand Adm. $1.10 BROWNS GRAB THEIR REVENGE BY BEATING SOX St. Louis, Sept. Browns copped off a neat revenge Sox, today their by defeating the Red conquerors of yesterday, 5 to 3.

Score: BOSTON. ST. LOUIS. ab. ab.

r. h. Men ky.rf 3 3 0 Tobin.rf. 4 0 Gerber.99 O'R'ke 3b 3 P.Col's,1b 17 Quinn.p CO 0 Davis.p Pratt.2b. 1 Harris.If.

OOOOOOMON, 0 2 0 Wil ms.If 4 0 0 0 4 1 5 Foster 3b 3 1 1b 10 0 MeM's 2b J.Col's.cf 4 0 Wright.p 1 0 Totals, 3 9 31 Totals. 5 13 42 1 -batted for Quinn and Karr for Mitchell in ninth. batted for Wright in seventh. Boston 1 3 0 0- St Louis 0 01 0 0 0 02 X-5 Two-base hits -Mitchell, O' Rourke, Sevhit- Jacobson. Home run- -Burns.

ereid, Pratt, Jacobson, Gerber. Three fice- Wright. (2). Stolen bases -Menosky. O' Rourke Double to P.

Collins. Bases on balls -off Davis Quinn 2. Wright 1. Struck out--By Davis 1. Quinn 2.

Kolp 1. Umpires -Evans and Guthrie. BASEBALL STANDINGS. NATIONAL LEAGUE. W.

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New York.83 53 .610 Chicago ..72 64 599 Pittsb'gh 79 59 579 Brooklyn .67 70.489 St. Cincinnati.75 Louis. 76 62 .542 .551 Phila phia. 48 86 358 63 Boston .46 89 .341 AMERICAN LEAGUE. W.

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New York.86 54 .614 Cleveland. 69 75 71 493 St. Louis. 85 56 .603 Wash ton. 62 .453 Detroit .74 68 .521 Phila phia.

57 81 413 Chicago ..70 71 .498 Boston .56 84 .400 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. NATIONAL LEAGUE. New York 7. Chicago 6. Pittsburgh Boston 0.

St. Louis 9, Philadelphia Cineinnati 7. Brooklyn 3. AMERICAN LEAGUE. New York 4, Chicago 1.

Detroit 5. Philadelphia Cleveland 4. Washington 3. St. Louis 3.

GAMES TODAY. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Chicago at NEW Pittsburgh at Boston. YORK. Cincinnati, St.

Louis at Philaat BROOKLYN. delphia. LEAGUE. NEW YORK at Chi- Philadelphia at Decago. Boston at, Washington St.

Louis. at Cleveland. International League. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. W.

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50 .686 Toronto .74 80 .481 Rochester 97 60 .618 Reading .69 85 .448 Buffalo 91 68 .572 Syracuse .60 98 Jer'y City 79 78 .503 Newark .48 108 (308 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. Baltimore 4. Newark 3. Buffalo-Rochester- Rain. (Only games scheduled.) GAMES TODAY.

NEWARK at JER- Syracuse at Buffalo. SEY CITY. Read- Rochester at Toing at Baltimore. ronto." Mamie and Red make love. Oh.

so earnestly! Read about it next Sunday in the SUNDAY NEWS in Potters," by J. P. MeEvoy, BURLEIGH GRIMES BEATING DODGERS Jake's BROOKLYN. ab. r.

h. e. Olson, 5 1 9 1 John 3 0 3 9 T.Gr'h.rf 4 0 1 0 0 Wheat.If 0 5 0 Myers.ef. 0 0 1 0 hell.lb 4 0 19 0 0 02 0 Grimes. p.

00 0 Debut! CINCINNATI. ab.r. h. c. e.

Burns.rf.. Harper.rf 1 0 0 1 D'bert, Duncan, 1b If 4 2 717 Roush.cf. 0 1 00 2b COP 5 3 4 11 00 0 4 4 Totals. 3 10 46 2 Totals. .31 7 11 42 1 Griffith rolled out for ninth.

Ruether flied out for Grimes in ninth. Cincinnati Brooklyn 00003000 Two-base hits- -Hargrave, Bohne. Fonseca. Home -Daubert. SacrificesPinelli, Bohne.

Daubert, Johnston, Harper. Stolen base- -Duncan. Bases on ballsOff Grimes 5. Struck out- -By Couch 1. Umpires -Klem and Sentelle.

Attendance eleven hits, three of which came in the first inning for two runs. From that point on a run staggered over the plate every now and then, just enough to sustain interest in the game and keep the customers in their seats. Johnny Couch, outside of the fifth round, when the Dodgers scored their three runs, enjoyed a rather pleasant afternoon. Had not George Burns muffed Tommy Griffith's hard drive in that inning the Dodgers would have scored one less run. BASEBALL Vs.

Cinn. TODAY. EBBETS FIELD. 3:30 P. Babe Poles Homer 32; Bush Gives Gleason Crew Four Hits By HARRY NEWMAN.

By Chicago, Sept. players this afternoon. Four Gleason's gang, and the score the present the Yanks are riding CHICAGO. ab. Statz.ef.

3 0 Terry, 0 4 0 Cal'h'n rf A 0 Barber.If 0 1 5 0 Kauf n.p 0 1 0 0 0 0 Who's Pitching Now? NEW YORK. ab.r. h. c. 5 0 0 4 Frisch Meusel.lf.

2b 0 01 3 Young.rf. 8 Kelly, 010 Stengel, cf Ryan.p, CHIA V.B nes Totals.139 15 33 Totals, .31 7 6 39 0 fanned for Kaufmann in sixth. Miller patted for Jones in seventh. Ryan in fifth. Chicago New York.

818 8 Two-base hits--Bancroft. Hollocher. Sacrifice hit--Kelly. Stolen base- -Barber. Double play -Bancroft to Frisch to Kelly.

Bases on balls- Off Aldridge 2. Kaufmann 3. McQuillan 2, Ryan 1, V. Barnes 1. Jonnard 1.

Stueland 1. Struck out--By Kauf1, mann 1, Stueland Ryan Scott 1. Jones 1, Jonnard Hit by pitcher--By Kaufman Wild McQuillan, Ryan. Hits -Off Aldridge 2 in 1 inning (none out second), McQuillan 6 in 2 none out in third), Ryan 1 in 3, V. Barnes 1.

in 1-3. Scott 3 in 2-3. Jones none in 1. Umpires- Hart and McCormick. Maranville and Adams Too Much for Braves; Pirates Score 8 0 Win Boston, Sept.

by Adams and batting by Maranville were largely responsible for the Pirates' 8 to 0 defeat of the Braves here today. Score: PITTSBURGH. BOSTON. ab. r.

h. c. ab. r. h.

1 0 Cruise.rf. 0 0 Carey.et. A 0 0 Roser If. 1 Bigbee.If 0 tO Russell.rf 02 3 0 Powell. of 5 0 T'enor 3b 0 mm.1b 12 0 Ford s9.

Schmidt.e 0 Adams.p. 4 of Miller.p 2 1 2 MeN' ra.p 0 0 Pittsburgh 0 5 Boston 00000000 000 0 000 0 0 0 0- -0 Two-base hits- Maranville, Schmidt, Russell. Three base Maranville. Bases on balls- Off Miller 5, McNamara 1. Struck out- By Adams 1.

Miller McNamara 2. Braxton 1. Sacrifice- -Russell. Double plays--Kopf to Ford. Ford to Kopf to Gibson.

Hits- Off Miller 9 in 51-3 innings, McNamara none in 2 2-3. Hit by pitcherBy McNamara (Traynor). UmpiresMoran and Quigley. Totals. 34 8 9 36 Totals.

0 5 40 2 batted for MeNamara in eighth. REDS NICK FOR 11 HITS, Daubert, Acting Manager, Clouts Fourbaser. suade Jack Dunn to part with a few of his high-priced Orioles, Jake Daubert managed the Reds at Ebbets Field. Under the lead-, ership of the veteran first baseman the Cincinnati club played pretty fair ball and defeated the Dodgers, 7 to 3. Jake sort of made it a gala afternoon by By MARSHALL HUNT.

In the absence yesterday of Pat Moran, who made a pilgrimage to Baltimore to see if he could per- Jake Daubert- hoisting the ball over the right field wall in the ninth when a run wasn't needed at all, but Jake can't be blamed for showing off now and then. Mister Daubert's managerial average thus is 1.000, far better than that of the gentleman who is mission-bent in Maryland. Burleigh Grimes pitched for the Brooklyns and was forced to yield Breezing Along! NEW YORK. CHICAGO. ab.r.

h. e. Witt.ef. 4 1 0 2 0 0 2 0 Pipp. Ruth.If 4 2 1 1 10 0 00 6 4 0 Ward.2b.

60 0 0 Scott.58.. 4 0 Bush.p, 4 0 0 3 ab. r. h. Strunk rf 3 0 0 John'n, ss 3 2b Sheely 1b 016 Mostil.ef.

0 0 4 Schalk.e.. Mack.p 0 0 Totals. 33 4 9 38 0 Totals. 1 4 44 1 batted for Leverette in eighth. New York.

0 0 1 0 0 Chicago hits 0000 0 Two-base -Mostil, Home run -Ruth. Sacrifices Ruth, Johnson, Schang, Ward. Stolen base- Meusel. Double plays- Collins to Sheely, Scott to Ward to Pipp, Bush to Scott to Pipp. Bases on balls- -Off Leverette 2, Bush 4.

Struck out -By Bush 3, Leverette 1. Hits--Off Leverette 8 in 8 innigns. Umpires- Dinneen, Chill and Hildebrand. Economical Indians Win From Senators on 4 Hits Cleveland, Sept. Indians made good use of the four hits they got off Erickson today and won, to 3.

Score: WASHINGTON. CLEVELAND. ab. 2b 5 Rice.ef. 5 Goslin.if.

OT Shanks.rf 03 Ghar ty.c 3 Peck'h, Lam e.3b NP Erick n.p 3 r. h. c. ab. r.

h. e. 1 2 5 Wam' Jamie n. 2 2 0 1 0 4 0 3 0 Me ty.ef 1 1 1 0 0 2 0 Gd dner 3b 00 0 J.Sew 4 1 1 1 0 0 00 3 0 Wood.rf. 3 0 0 L.Sew 1 1 1 (eill.e.

CIOCION 8 8 Winn.p 88 3 0 Totals. 3 11 32 Totals. 124 4 4 39 2 batted for Gharrity in eighth and Milan for Erickson Vin ninth. batted for L. Sewell' in sixth.

Evans. ran for Speaker. Washington 0 0-3 Cleveland 00200101 4 Two-base hits L. Sewell, Lamotte, Erickson, Goslin. Three-base hits--MeNulty, Harris.

Home run- Melnnis. Bases balls- Off Erickson 8. 2. Uhle Struck out--By Erickson 2, Edwards Winn 1. Passed ball- Gharrity.

BalkErickson. Stolen bases- -MeNulty (2), Jamieson, Wambsganss, Wambsganss. Meinnis. Sacrifices Wood, Gardner to J. Sewell to Melnnis, Peckinpaugh to Harris.

Umpires- Moriarty and Owens. Time- 2:10. Phils Lose to Cardinals; Just Another Ball Game Philadelphia, Sept. -The Cardinals took a listless game from the Phls today, 9 to 4. Score: ST.

LOUIS. PHILLIES. ab. r. h.

ab. r. h. 3 0 3 0 0 Rapp.3b. Benton.2b 5 0 0 0 J.S'ith.ef Barfoot.p 2 00 0 4 5 0 0 Wil 1 3 H'sby, 2b 12 0 Walker.rf Stock.3b.

5 2 0 0 Lee.If. 2 1 5 8 00 0 4 A 0 3 0 Weinert.p 1 Mann'ef. Haines.p. 2 Totals. 42 9 13 39 1 Totals.

4 11 35 5 batted Behan in fourth and Mokan for Weinert in ninth. St. Louis. 3 1 3 Philadelphia 0 0 10 0 Two-base hits- Stock, Hornsby Lee, Williams, Fletcher. Home runs Williams, Ainsmith.

Struck out- -By Behan 2, Weinert 3. Double plays- -Freigau to Hornsby to Bottomly, Fletcher to Benton to Leslie. Base on balls- Off Behan 1. Hit by -Blades. pitcher--By Stolen Weinert bases- (Blades 2).

Sacrifice -Haines, LEADING BATTERS. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Player and Club. G. A.B.

H. P.C. Hornsby, St. 656 125 221 .397 Tierney, 105 372 52 140 376 Grimes, Chicago.121 445 90 157 353 Bigbee. ..133 544 100 191 .351 Miller.

419 52 146 .349 AMERICAN LEAGUE. Player and Club. G. A.B. R.

H. P.C. Sisler. St. 550 124 232 422 Cobb.

Detroit. 493 89 192 389 Speaker, 421 85 158 375 Heilmann, Det .118 455 92 163 .358 Schang, 358 43 121 .338 was too much little hits was the was New York 4, pretty, with mind but the old Bush had speed that burned those Chicago Joe Bush foot after that Ken Gorham Leverette chucking for the erette. is some standing that queer for those Sox sum total for Chicago 1. For nothing on their flag: everything todayas it hopped past clubbers, and a change of pace that puzzled the Sox all afternoon. was the kind of hurling that promises to land the pennant for Miller Huggins and his gang.

Babe Ruth added to the day's gayety with a pretty clout into left field bleachers in the fourth. It was thirty-two for The Bam, and he is still hotWilliams man. was in there Gleasonites. Levpitcher, notwithmonicker. Mixing 'Em Up.

He pegged them fast and -slow, as did our own Mr. Bush, but the Yanks grabbed him for eight safe blows. Some youngster by the name of Mack relieved Leverette in the last inning, but it didn't make any difference. The Yanks had the game on ice. Leverette started wild and walked Witt and Dugan, the first two hitters in the opening inning.

The Babe advanced them with a neat sacrifice and, while Collins was attending to Pipp's sizzler, Witt trotted in with the first run for the Yanks. Not Safe, This Razzing. When Ruth shuffled to the plate in the fourth the crowd gave him the usual razz, but the big fellow responded by banging one into the left field bleachers. Pipp tore off a single, Schang sacrificed, Meusel got an infield single and Ward's long sacrifice fly to Mostil scored Pipp. Mostil opened the fifth for the Sox with a double to left and Falk scored him with a two-bagger to right.

The Yanks got another run over in the sixth on singles by Meusel and Ward sandwiched in between Johnson's boot of Pipp's easy grounder. Pillette Better Pitcher Than Ogden, So A's Lose Detroit, Sept. 14. Pillette defeated Ogden in a pitching duel today, giving Detroit a 5 to 2 win over the Athletics. Score: PHILADELPHIA.

DETROIT. Welch.rf. Perkins.c Walker.If 2b Miller.cf. Scheer, 2b ab. r.

3 1 4 1 4 0 3 0 CO 02 4 0 h. c. e. 0 1 0 1 0 2 2 0 0 1 6 0 1 2 0 1 0 1 3 0 0 Totals. 2 6 37 batted for for Scheer in ninth.

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3 2 014 Haney, 3b 4 0 1 1 19 Veach.If 02 Cuts w.2b 00 Woodall, Rigney.se 00 00 0 0 01 19 20 8 Totals. .30 5 8 44 2 Ogden and McGowan Philadelphia 0 0,0 Detroit 001001 2 1 x-5 Three-base hit- -Cobb. Two-base hitsWelch, Woodall. Sacrifices -Veach, Haney. Woodall.

Stolen bases -Rigney (2). Double plays- -Haney to Cutshaw to Blue, Rigney to Cutshaw to Blue, Haney Blue. Bases on balls Off Pillette 5, Ogden Struck out By Ogden 3, Pillette 1. $50,000 FUTURITY TOMORROW SATURDAY THE CLIMAX OF THE RACING SEASON'S BIG EVENTS AT AMERICA'S MOST COMPLETE AND PICTURESQUE RACE COURSE BELMONT NT PARK WITH FIVE OTHER SUPERB RACES, INCLUDING $12,500 Jockey Club Gold Cup and a 2-Mile Steeplechase FIRST RACE AT 2:30 P. M.

SPECIAL RACE TRAINS FOR FUTURITY DAY leave Penna. Station, 33d St. and 7th and also Flatbush Brooklyn, 19:30, 12:45, 1:00, 1:15, 1:30, 1:40, 1:55 P. M. From Nostrand Ave.

5 minutes later. East New York 8 minutes later. Aiso reached by trolley. SPECIAL CARS RESERVED FOR LADIES ON ALL RACE TRAINS. GRANDSTAND AND PADDOCK, $3.85, Including Tax..

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