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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 06, 1912, Image 18',
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American League Washing
ton 8, Chicago 4; St. Louis 13,
Philadelphia 1 ; Cleveland 7, New
York 0; Detroit 8, Boston 6.
National League Brooklyn 4,
Chicago 3; New York 22. Cin
cinnati 10;-St. Louis 8, Philadel
phia 5 ; Pittsburg 7, Boston 5.
Benz, Mogridge, Peters and
White were unable to win for Cal
Jack Collins got his second
home run-of the week.
Morgan of Washington dupli
cated Jack's blow.
Three hits fell to Morris Rath.
He scored half the Sox runs.
Brooklyn outhit the Cubs, in
one of the -most exciting and
tightest games of the year.
Ed Reulbach pitched one of his
good games, but couldn't quite
vWard MUler continues to keep
Tommy Leach on the bench. He
secured a brace of singles off Nap
Heinie Zimmerman connected
for a homer and a single,
s With Cincinnati playing New
ork. Cubs have great chance to
overhaul the Reds at Brooklyn's
No use. Nothing stops the
Giants. Cincinnati made 10 runs
)g:sterday, but New York hung
2 A homer, three triples and five
doubles were among the Giants?
Larry Doyle was high gun,
with three singles, a double and
a triple in six times up.
Kaler's air-tight twirling and
Larry Lajoie's hitting "and field
ing whitewashed the Highland
Mike Dooin -clouted' for the
circuit against Boston with two
Niles of Toledo in American,
association has made at least one
hit a game for 25 consecutive
Seaton and Dooin, Philly bat
tery, benched for kicking, Car
dinals then walloped a victory
Tigers got six runs from Hall
and Wood, Boston's sfartwirlers,
in one inning.
George Horine, Stanford uni
versity's sensational high jumper,
cleared the bar at 6 feet 8J4 inches
in practice at New York yester
day. Mark will not stand as rec
ord, as it was not made in open
Johnny Kilbane,put it all over
Tommy O'Toole at Philadelphia
last night. The champ bad his
opponent down for nine ' in Jast
"You American girls have not
such healthy -complexions as we
have," said an English duchessto
a wealthy American visitor. 'lI
always wonder why our noblemen
take a fancy to your white faces."
"It isn't our white faces that at
tract them," responded the Amer- -
ican, "its our greenbacks."
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