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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 15, 1912, Image 18

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i SPORTING ITEMS
Standing of the Clubs.
American League. V. L. Pet.
Boston 32 19 .627
Chicago 33 20 .623
Washington 32 21 .604
Philadelphia 26 21 .553-
Detroit 26 28 ,481
Cleveland 23 27 .460
New York ...17 30 .362
St Louis.... 14. 37 .275
National League. W. L. Pet.
New York 37 9 .804
Pittsburgh 26 20 .565
.Chicago 26 21 .553
' Cincinnati 28 23 .549
Philadelphia 20 24 .455
St. Louis 23 30 .434
Brooklyn 15 30 .333
Boston 16 34 .320
Yesterday's Results.
National League Chicago 7,
Philadelphia 5; Pittsburgh 6,
New York 1; Cincinnati 7, Bos
ton 3; Brooklyn 11, St. Louis 2.
American League Chicago
Boston, rain; Washington 13,
Cleveland 8; Detroit 4, Athletics
3 ; New York-7, St. Louis 5.
Jerry Downs, subbing for Joe
Tinker, was responsible for the
Cub victory yesterday. He whaled
in three runs and scored two.
Downs tripled and hit for the
circuit, the latter blow coming
with two on.
Ed Reulbach started for Cubs,
but was taken out in the seventh
because of wildness.
Lavender acted as relief and
stopped Phillies dead.
Dooin also used two pitchers,
Seaton bejngj:hased in seventh
after Downs smashed homer.
Schulte, Saier ajid Evers each
collected a pair of safeties, one of
Vic's going for two bases.
Up Vh
John Evers right now is playing'
the game that made him fam
ous when the Cub machine was
grinding out pennants. The
Trojan is fielding and batting
with the best of them.
Gawy Cravath, who made 29
home runs nrthe'American Asso
ciation last yearhasnlt forgotten
how to do it. He put the ball into
the stands in the seventh. -
Rain kept the Sox and Boston
idle yesterday.
Frank- Lange is scheduled to
oppose Bedient.today.
Walsh and, Wood, the main
strength of their teams, will hoolc
up tomorrow. It should be some
game.
George Browne; whose last job
was managing a team in the la
mented U. S. League, and who
has played on nearly every team
in the big leagues,-inc!udihg the
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