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(Dec. 14--By the United Press)

By The ASSOCIATED Press

The Boston Bees shut-out the League leading New York Giants twice today at National League Park, winning the first game 6 to 0 and the night-cap 1 to 0. In New York the Red Sox dropped two to the Yankees. Lefty Grove lost his first game of the year as the Yanks took the opener 10 to 0, with Joe Cronin and Jake Powell being exiled for fighting. The Yankees also took the second game 5 to 4. Other scores--NATIONAL: Philadelphia 9, Brooklyn 5; Philadelphia 7, Brooklyn 4; Cincinnati 7, Chicago 3; Chicago 3, Cincinnati 0; Pittsburgh 5, St. Louis 4 (17 innings); St. Louis 9, Pittsburgh 6. AMERICAN: Detroit 10, St. Louis 9; St. Louis 3, Detroit 0; Washington 9, Philadelphia 4; Philadelphia 9, Washington 1; Cleveland 5, Chicago 2; Cleveland 8, Chicago 1

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