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   Washington Post, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1913, Washington, District Of Columbia                               SPORTING SECTION ry "i SPORTING SECTION WASHINGTON: SUNDAY, JULY 20. 1913. Nationals Are Beaten Out in Final inning, While Naps Win a Game PLAY 16 INNINGS Phillies Defeat Reds, 3 to 2, in Longest Game of Season. KILLIFER'S DOUBLE DECIDES OUTCOME Follows Pass to Doolaa With Two Teams Score in Thirteenth. Philadelphia, July the longest championship game here this season I hiiadelphia defeated Cincinnati today in the sixteenth Inning by 3 to 2. With one out in the sixteenth, Doolan received a base on balls, and scored on Killlfer'a two bagger to right field. The home team took the lead In the venth inning on Luderus' double, an er- ior bv Tinker, and an o'ut, Luderus scor- liig. Cincinnati tied the score in the ninth Clarke batted for Devore and sin- gled. Bates, who ran for Clarke, was forced by Marsans. The latter stole sec- ond, and in doing so sprained his ankle, and was carried off the field. Packard lan for Marsans, and reached third after Paskert muffed Beecher's long drive. Paskert made such a remarkably quick recovery of the ball and throw-in that the spectators thought he had merely juggled the ball. The play even fooled "bescher. who, after running to second base and thinking, he Was started back for the bench, and was run out. This prevented Cincinnati from winning, as Dodge's single scored Packard, and undoubtedly would have also scored Besdher. Johnson was ordered to the clubhouse by Umpire Rigler for disputing a strike when at bat in the tenth Inning. Each team scored a run in the thirteenth in- ning, a wild throw by Cravath permitting Groh, who had doubled, to score, and Cravath driving in Dolan with a single in the home team's half. Brilliant fielding marked the contest. Krennan outtwlrled. Johnson and Ames, and the former did not Issue a pass during the entire contest. Score: i mcln'tl AB H e A B] Phlla. AB H O A E ct i 0 1 0 Becker, If Bates, ct 3120 OtKnabe, 2b Marsans, rf. 4 0 1 0 01 Dolan. 2b Sheckard, rt 1 0 2 0'Lobert, 3b t'eocher, If. 6 0 2 0' Paskert, ct Dodee, 3b... 8 1 3 4 O'Magee If Hoblltzell.lb S 1 22 1 rf EQUAL MIXTURE OF AND YOUTHFUL PITCHERS ON WHOM GRIFF RELIES IN PENNANT HUNT 0 Becker. If cr 6 4 4 1 8 5 8 IfL-uderus, Ib 3 6 lIDoolan, ss 6 2 OJKlIltfer, c Of Brennan, p. OlMlllerf Totals Tinker, as... 9 Oroh, 2b.... g 2 Kling, c 8 2 lohiison, p. 3 0 0 2 Ames, p 2002 i .1100 Pai kardt 0 0 0 0 Ok EganJ 1 0 O 0 0) Totals 54 8946 25 fur Devore in the ninth Ran for Marsans In the ninth. for Johnson In the teeth. "SOne out when winning run was scored. "Batted for Knabe In the thirteenth. l im iimati .000000001000100 Philadelphia 000000100000100 Packard, Dolan, Luderub, Doo.Ian Istobase hit----Groh. Kline, Brennan. Ludeiu-- Killifer Johnson. 8 in 9 Innings off Ames 5 in 7 innings Sacrifice Brennan. Lobert, Sheckaro. Stolen Marsans. Double to Luderus Left on 5' Philadelphia, 13 Kirst base ou Johnson, 1, oft" J First base 1. Philadelphia. J Struck Johnson, 2, by Amea, 3. by Brennan, 3. Rigler and Byron Time of hours and 55 minutes. PIRATES POTT1TD RtlCKEK. Make Enough Rons in Two Chapters to Defeat Brooklyn, 6 to 3. Brooklyn, July watf hit hard in two innings today, Pittsburgh getting; enough runs to make It three straight fiom Brooklyn, to 3. Score: AB H O A El Brooklyn AB H O A B Birne, 3b 5 1 2 2 OlMoran. rf 31301 (an If. 5341 OlCallahan, rf. 1 0 0 0 0 Kommers, cf 5 0 3 0 OlCutshaw St> 42251 Butler, BS 3111 lIMeyer, cf 40300 J Miller. Ib 4 2 6 0 OlWheat. If 4 S 4 0 rf 4 1 2 0 OlDaubert. Ib. 4 0 0 0 4263 91 Smith, Sb.... 4 1 0 3 1 3141 01 Hummel, ss. 1 1 0 3101 OtFliher. -----------------lO.Mlller. Totals 36 11 27 9 t 0 0 0 0 I Rucker p 2 0 0 2 0 IFlscherf..... I Stack, p IPhelpst Vjox, 2b Simon, e MeQull'an.p I Totals 3S 10 27 12 6 for O Miller In ninth. 'Batted for Rucker In eighth. Batted for Stack In ninth. Pittsburgh 00040002 Brookljn 01000000 Butler J. Miller, Wilson, Viox, Wheat, Daubert, and Smith. Left on 6, Brooklvn, 6. Twro-base hits J Miller, Vlox. Wheat, Smith. Three- base Wilson, Fisher Sacrifice Simon First base on 1, BrooWyn. 1 Stolen Butler, J Miller Hummel. Double to Butler to Byrne First base on Rucker, 1, off stack 1. Struck Rucker. 2, by Mc- Quillan. 3 Rucker, 11 In 8 Innings. Messrs Klein Orth. Time of game hour and 38 minutes MACKWEN DIVIDE Sent to Twelfth in Final to Break Even Witi White Sox. BROWNS WIN IN NINTH, WHEN HUGHES WEAKENS Score Two Runs After He, Going to the Relief of Engel, Holds Them Hitless From the Fifth Inning. BY STANLEY T. MILLIKEN. St. Louis, July final game of the series with the Browns today went the wrong way, the home folks staging a ninth-inning rally in gaining a victory by a 4 to 3 count. Griffith thought he could make a clean sweep by sending Joe Engel back, with only one day's rest. The Nationals' youngster paved the way for his own retirement in favor of Hughes in the third inning by tossing away an easy double play, which would have i retired the side without the two runs that subsequently came over in j this chapter. j Engel went through the fourth hitless, but when he passed i Lavan as a starter in the fifth, his boss waved him out of the game, and the veteran Hughes tqok up the burden of holding the one-run lead which the Nationals had obtained in their half of that inning. Strong Until Ninth Inning. From the fifth until the final period of disaster Hughes held his opponents nit- less. Then he met his Waterloo. Pratt EVENATDETROIT I Home Club Wins Big Session Gives Second to Red Sox. 11210 3 1 4 1 1 10000 0 0 0 0 10090 Detroit, Mich., July the most approved custom, Detroit and Bos- ton divided today's "double header, the home team -winning the flrst garrie, 3 to 1, and the visitors tlie %gecond. 6 to 2. The first game was featuied by splen- did fielding by both teams, Cobb's two catches in centerfleld which resulted in double plays, being particularly brilliant The Red Sox did practically all their scoring In the eighth inning of the sec- ond contest, when singles by Hooper, Speaker, Wagner, and Thomas, sacrifice hit, a base on balls to Gardner netted tjhem five runs. Scores: Boston Engle, Ib. Hooper, rf AB H O A 40700 32200 Vitt, 2b Speaker, cf. 3 1 3 1 0 Detroit AB H O A B Bush, ss. 4 1 E t 0 40110 Lewis, Jf 4 1 1 1 0 Cobb, cr Gardner, 3b. 4 1 2 1 HVeach. II 3113 Gainer Crawford, rf. 3 1 2 0 Yerkea, 2b Wagner, sa. Carrigan, c p. Hall, p 32820 4 2 1 0 O Ib 3 0 7 0 0 singled, Williams beat out an infield hit, and Brief was purposely walked. Aus- I tin somewhat relieved the situailj'i hitting to Hughes and forcing Pratt at 1 the plate. Compton, who was today I taken out of the game on account of his weak hitting, was sent up for Lavan He struck at the flrst two balls offered, 1 and on the third one the tide of battle i turned He met it squarely and eent j it skimming along the right field line I Just inside the bag. The game was lost. I As was expected, Stovall started an- other left-hander in the person of Ham- i ilton, the star flinger on his staff. I Mainly because of his wildness, the Natonals, in every inning but one, put men on the bases. Their first two tal- lies were gifts, the generosity of Lavan enabling McBride and Henry to score in the second. A base on balls to Moigan 1 and fJandil's squeeze plaj- sent the final run over to the Nationals in the fifth l Hamilton gave eight base.3 on balls, but I his aii-tight work -vsith nen on thepath'S further scoring He allowed I four two of which were scratches,   of the others being the and Komg to tae credit of Gandil He constantly pulled i through tight places i In the very flrst Inning he placed him- self in jeopardv by giving two bases on j balls. This, coupled with Bnef's error, l little left-hander tightened up, however, and fanned Moeller and Shanks This Is I an example of what Hamilton did In sev- eral of the innings. Get Only Five Hits. Only flve hits were made by the Browns, three of these coming in the last frame. Two were garnered off Engel !n the in- ning In which he missed that double play, and right here came a most remarkable Incident. Engel took as a starter. Agnew beat out an infield hit. Hamilton rolled weakly to the pitcher, who threw j over Morgan's head to the center field In i an attempt to make the first out of a double play. Shotten slammed the flrst ball pitched to deep right Moeller ran back, and the crowd watched the ball dis- 3012 OlStanage. c .30320 3071 OlMurlart.v Jo 3 2 2 2 Oi t 0 1 OlDiibuc, p 20081 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 D Totals 28 8 27 11 1 GAME TO GIANTS, 6 TO 3. Finally Find Griner, of Cardinals, Mar- i quard Outlasting Him. i New York, July 19. New York defeated St. Louis In the fifth game of the aeries, by the score of 6 to 3. Marquard and Griner had a pitchers' battle for four innings, after which the champions began to hit the St. Louis I y.tcher hard. Score: i Totals 30 82410 for Leonard In eighth Boston 00000000 Detroit 00000021 x 3 Runsr Speaker, Crawford, Cobb. Two- base hits Yerkes, Speaker, Cobb Three-baae Veach. Moriarty OH Leonard, 6 In 7 innings, off Hall, 2 iu 1 inning. Sacrifice hit Du- buc Sacrifice fl> Crawford. Double plays Speaker to Carrlgan Wagner to to Engle; Cobb to Gainer (2) Buih to Gainer Left on Boston. 6 Detroit, First base on balls Dubuc, 3. Leonard, 1 Hall. 1 Hit by pitcher By Dubuc, Hooper Struck out By Dubuc. 1 by Leonard, 5 "Wild pitch Leonard Umpires Messrs. Ferguson arki Connolly Time of game 1 hour and 42 minutes. SECOND GAME Boston AB H O A Detroit. AB H O A K Engle, Ib 3 1 7 3 OjBush, as S 1 1 7 0 Hooper, rf 3 1 2 1 eivut. 2b. S 0 0 0 Speaker, cf. 3 3 4 0 0] Crawford, rt. 2 1 S 0 U Gardner, 3b. 3 0 Yerkes, 2b.. 5 4421 OlCobb, cf 3 0 0 0 0 1 2 OlVeach, If... 30110 1 3 01 Gainer, Ib 4 S IS 2 0 Wagner, ss 4343 OlMcKee, e... 8 1 a J 0 Thomas Poster, p 4151 OlMoriarty, 8b, 4 Z 0 2 1 4010 OiLake Totals 35 13 27 14 Magee 2b aUlers. if O Learv ss cf. Kocetchy Ib 3 0 Kvans. rf 41 McLean, c 42 IT Z I 0 E Griner, p. H O A El New York. AB H O V E Oil Burns. If 0 0 OlShater-. 3b 5 2 01 Fletcher M 0 2b 1 OlMerKIe. Ib rf 152 OlFletcher M 3 2 0 J 0 920 OlDrole 2b 41310 t 1 OlMerKIe. Ib 4 0 5 2 0 4 0 OlJfurrav rf 3 J 2 0 0 3 Meyer-, c 4 g 2 0 'laJAOfCSnotlgrass, cf S 1 a O 0 004 OlMarquard, p S 1 1 1 0 30 S 24 13 11 ToUlB 31 12 27 lo 0 S: Ixjuls 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 Xew York ...........00002230 O'Leary. Whitted. Fletcher. Mur- ray Meyers. (2) First base on t 1. Two-base r'etcher. Sacrifice KonetLln Stolen Murray   on York. 7. St JLau.- 4 Basoi on 1 Marquard. 3 off Gr ne Struck out- j B> MTquard 7, b-v Grinen. 1 Hit by Griner 1. Parsed l Meters Brennan and Kason Time of game- hours and 10 minutes. ---------------IWIIlett. p O 0 0 0 0 10000 I Totals 33 27 21 1 for wlllett In ninth 10000008 Detroit 02000000 Hooper, Speaker, Gardner, Yertces. Wagner. Gainer, Two-base ftird, Moriartr, Lewis. Wagner Lake, 11 In 8 innings, off Wlllett, 2 In 1 Inning. Baorlflw Hooper, Gardner. Lewis. Stolen Double to Gainer to to Eagle Lett on 9; Detroit, First on Postar, Strnclc Foster, 8, nollv and Ferguson. Time of hour and 02 minutes Chicago, July A twelfth-inning rally by the Athletics enabled them to leave Chicago an even break by winning the second game, 3 to 1, while the local, club, took the first, 4 to S. J. Collins' misjudging of Baker's hit went for. two bases and paved the way for victory for the Philadelphians% B. Collins had walked i and Baker's double him on third. Both Collins and Baker scored on a double that went to, center and gave the visitors the runs which clinched the game.' C. Brown, the collegian, who was hit hard in the opener and taken out, asked Mack for another opportunity, his' request wa? -granted. He retrieved him- self by holding the locals to six hits. Score: PlUla AB H O A El Chicago AD H O A El E Murphy, rt 4 0 4 0 P1 Chappelle, cf i 2 2 0 0 Oiilring, If 411-0 OlRaih, 2b. E Oolltns. 2b 4 1 1 2 OILord, 31> 31230 I 1 0 0 1 Biker, 3b J 1 2 1 OlChase Ib 4 0 6 3 0 Mtlnnes, Ib. 4 2 7 1 0 SchalK, c 31630 3 1 2 0 Cullino, rf 30300 4 1 t 1 OIKournler, If., a 0 2 0 0 Strunk, of Barry, ss.. Lapp. c... Scliang, c. Brown, p. 00000 3 0 C 2 0 Weaver, ss 3 1 3 1 i S 0 S 1 0 Clcotte. p .O0001 __ Houck, p... 3 0 0 0 H S 91 11 I D Murphy'.. 1 0 0 0 01 __ _ _ I Totals 33 724 7 for Houck la ninth. Philadelphia .00014200 0 3 Chicago 200001JO 4 Huns Oldrlng, E Collins. Baker, Chappelle Rath, Lord, and Clcotte. Two-bale hits Rath, Collins, Baker Three-base Chappejle. E. GRIFFITH FIRMLY BELIEVES HE HAS CHANCE FOR FLAG Brown. 2 in 1 Inning, off Houck 4 in 7 Innings Sacrifice Chase, J Collins Sacrifice Stolen Lord Srhalk. Double to Mclnnes to Barry Left on 5, Chicago, B First base on Houck. 4; off Clcotte 2 Hit .by Houck. 1. Struck Clcotte. 4. by Houck, 8. Egan and Dlneen. Time of hours and 10 minutes. SECOND GAME. AB H O A B Chicago. AB H O A H E 48200 Chappelle, of 4 0 6 0 0 J Walsh. II. 4 0 a 0 0 Rath, 2b. s t 1 1 F Col linn, 2b B 1 3 a 0 Lord. Zo 1 1 0 0 Oi Baker. Sb S 1 2 3 0 Bi-rr-r 301101 Molnnes, Ib a 12 1 n 1.1 i B s 1 0 Stntnlt. ft 5 2 S 0 c B 0 4 car.Tr. m.... 4 i 2 t iu i or .1, it t n e o' 4 0 1 11 4 I 0 0! p.. 8014 0 ia.. 4 1 4 ot B Valnh. p.. 1 0 1 2 0 I10M1B 1 j o 0 0 0 0 P. 00000 Declares That Fight Is Just Begun, Naps Haven't Slightest Hope, and Athletics Are Beginning to Strain Is Telling on Bender and Plank. Scott. P. 30010 FIGHT DECISION TO WELSH. Gets Better of Young Jack O'Bnen in Fifteen Rounds. B. C., Jul> U 'Yours lack" OBrlen fought flfceon rounds to- agaimr? Freddie Welsh -ne B light-weight and fai d to III'- colors. was i tne decision bv Referee Hewitt O'Brien showed an aid elusiveness claimed for inn jut o-'i 'n flashes. Most of the tirru he too hanging on In t 0 escape ithting of the i ST DI in. There BOEHLIWG TO PITCH IM CHICAGO OPEMEE. Spoalal It. TJw WuOltngton St. Lroala. Mo- July Griffith kwl prvvloflHlx tonlitht that Doekllnc would to mound to tke In tlie flrnt of tke of tho prrxrnt trip In foinornw, tliQt j v> ko, Jukntion, uent It) tko of tn to un, he able tn (RHtk Had I pttektnflr 'Bitted for waj.h In Sfth, tor Boijto in fifth, I OxtllBi, Btrtip- '.H Was I nsLftp oj r-asa A'a i j, B' M ts1- i i n 7 im. u i3> Sai.lili >s -lit T- Qc "1 l-t lo U, Oni i ou Xa dh, j) off t ill owl J off pan, I..T Srof, si B 1 4 by prewH, S, Wild -JBfoflrB pmBun and figaa Tima et 33 minutes. SHAVES LET OUT 8ETKOVB, Former Member of G'anta Is Given His' Uneendltiooal Release, ii-tf it) ijoifpj. i ffiHU11 "eiyrci.fi eiiLrmatr nt aHor- hji i ptatettae by Moist-.? (iaojBjs' af tha BnaiOF Kationa! trfjteua j eiuh, SejTTMmi1, whe was Tormetfiy a. of the Vow WfttionalB, Jatned tt-am Ittst aprfnff, haa pla-yad in only a few to The Washington. Post. Bt. Louis, Mo., July Na- tionals fell a little behind In the league race today, the ninth inning finish of the Xapa when they defeated New York the gap. The- Athletics and White Sox split even. thf result, the iormer gams half a game on the Griff- in on. Grtfllth declared tonight that he has begun to fight. "We are not out of the race by a. long shot, declared the Nationals' chieftain. In my opinion the Mackmen are slipping, and Cleveland has not tho nil eh tost hope remaining. If we coala play all of cur on the road we would win the sure. In my opinion Mnck has about used up Plank Lionel'." or. the pad Tf theae tvo fall to hold tholr own it ia ,IK wltn tho Atnlutlt s, and WB will LOPS (t{ toaaVfi aamo waa a sad blow LO tha They had contest safely tuekad until tho nthth in- Tha turnlntf pofnt came In the third., tn wnteh Enaat failed to maktt a deufeig flifty, throwing wild to Morgan tn ftn to faren A anew at second. Thrtfi HUsThsE mpdti e ffttal blunder, Pratt and Wiiltama Wet! o on second and first, 'eapoctlvelj, aa tho of singles with no aiio o it, Hushan, in an attempt to Pratt off the. teas, thipw to MrBrma, Ti o hill to rtmter Held, a-.d linin etdva-neot) a bug This tHd eomplojUan of the sHuaiiefJ, Jt fepeed Hughes te walk Brief at> that the team eould prepare for a pitijf tit the plate ana flrst base. Had Hughou not made Brisf weuld have Miertflced iLrifl Austin's roller would have been the second out. As was, Compton came to the bat with only one man gone when there should have been two. This forced the Nationals' m- fleld to again play in for a double play Had there been two outs, Compton's I never have resulted Gan- dil, it in his legular position, would e been able to reti) e the runnel lor the iinal out. Thus it will be seen that a bad peg to a base spelled disaster When Shotten's drive hung- in the screen one of baseball's "freaks was staged. It is said to the first time that such a play has occurred since the American League came Into existence. Evana did the wise thing when he finally left it to thp fans as to whether tht> ball had been thrown out. Moellfi declared that he dns; it out between the wires but the St erg w.-nted proof, hence iction of In the matter To make tne play all the more Sheridan. In ordei to make sure if any one had touched the ball Mofller The answer came, "Xo If one of the fana had laid his hands on the ball, whether Moeller arrested It from its or not, it would become blocked, the runner called safe The Incident caused quite a Httle excitement among the fans as well as the players Moeller showed his keen wit when he recovered the sphere from its resting place and hurled it to GamHl for the relay. The biggest crowd of the series saw the game to today's contest Secretary Fowler had not been turned over enough cash to pay thp hotel bill The club Is ex- pected to draw w-ell in Chicago. It was asking a good deal of Engel CONTINUED OK SECOND FACJF NAPS IN NINTH, 2-1, BY SCORING TWICE Offset Rally by Yankees, Who Also Make Their Tally in This Inning. Cleveland,   0 0 D n 0 n 1 Ru n 'ID I-rf-jojr K a i T f t, t t It looked for a moment as though the ball had cleared the screen and landed In the bleachers. Moeller went to the fence and started clawing at the ball, which had stuck in the wire netting topping the fence. finally removed it. and threw to the plate in time to get Shotten, the two other runners having scored. An argument was started as to whether Shotten was legally out on this play Umpire Evans waived Shotten aside, but Sheridan ruled otherwise, thinking that the ball had been tossed out by a spectator. Both teams gathered around the umpire. Evans, with the entire "Washington team at his heels, went to the right field bleachers and was shown the spot where the ball had struck. It was then that Shotten was finally declared out Lost Chance at Outset. A grand chance was missed to score In the opening inning Morgan talked, and Foster was safe on Brief's prior. Milan hit to Pratt, and was ictired at first Gandil walked, tilling the bases, but all were left when Moeller and Shanks fanned. The Browns were retired in order. Lavan's error gave the Nationals a pair of runs in the second. McBride opened with a single to right, and Henry walked. Engel sacrificed Morgan hit to Lavan, who tried to makp a play on McBr'de at the plate His throw was wide of the mark, and McBride and Henrj scored. Morean was out at third Foster filed to Williams Knprel caused his own downfall in the third With Lavan out at the flrst two, and Hughes ha n bases L Hi1- 5 Wa-hlngtcn, 8 Kngel Firs -on ballt Off Engpl 2 off TIuRhes, 3. Stru Iv Hugrhps 3 Me Kvans aha Sheridan Time of game 2 hours a id 15 minutes CONDENSED Ex-en though Connie Mack s Athletics are leading the league a la.1 ge margin thev cannot affoi rt to loht- wth legularitj thai did dm ins- the WPP'. rhr Tlgei s thtA won one and loM thiee .ird broke n in a -ix-game series with the hite t-ox A large numbei of fine temamed In front of Tne Post s< 01 eooard t await the fin.il of the fael'e-innmp Vtu-1 over the h'te jesteidav in the second game of a dou-ble-headei Veiling foi great floral horseshoe, a large silver cup a gold natch and chain, and a live rabbit 'Babbit" is the nickname. To show his appreciation for theae i the little shorthelder made a hit, and accepted all his chances in the field Announcement has been made that Pitcher Fred Walker, of Baltimore, been signed by Brooklyn. Another "come-back" twlrler is now in the big show He is Pitcher George Mr-Quilllan, sent to Columbus by the Phil- the way, Agnew got an Infield hit. Ham- ilton hit to Kngel, staging: an easy bje but the Nationals' pltc-her over second base. Shotten then that peculiar triple, already referred to, and the score was tied. A squeeze play put the Nationals In van Hamilton walked Morgan, the first man to him In the fifth, and Fos- ter was allowed to go to first when Agnew interfered with him at the plate. Milan forced Poster, Morgan going to third. Gandil. laid down a perfect bunt, Morgan scoring, and the first Backer be- ing credited with a. "Cincinnati base hit." Moeller fanned, and Austin ma.de a great stop of Shanks' drive, forcing Milan at third Manager Stovall's crew threatened In their half. Brings Change of Pitchers. Engel started by walking: La-van. Then he was derricked and substituted. Agnew sacrificed, and Hamilton strolled. Shotten was retired by Oaiwlil. and StovaJl loomed up on the menu by fanning. Henry walked with one gone to the but was left. It looked like a run. for the Orlffmen In the seventh, which Morgan opened by beating out a hit to Foster popped to Pratt, and Milan sacrificed. Morgan was left when Qandtl filed to Shcrt-ten. Hughes was in a rather tough spot In the eighth HamlRon filed to Shanks, and Shotten walked., StovaJl played thp. hit- and-run with Shotten and drove a ground- er to McBride. a double phiy resulting A on balls to Hughes and a sfngln bv Morsran, the first two men to face Hamilton in the ninth, failed to product) runs Hughes was nipped off first by Agnew and Poster hit Into a double play Luck broke with the Browns In the final frame Pratt topped a single 
                            

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