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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 22, 1912, Image 19',
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bad again, m the eighth, when, two
doubles chased him.
WingO arid Evans blewTiomers
into the right field bleachers, con
tributing to Lavender's downfall.
Sheckard had a good day, get
ting two hits and two walks out
' of five tries.
Zimmerman, Leach, Saier and
i-avenaer aiso collected two nits
apiece. One of the Dutchman s
Went for two bases.
, Joe Tinker saved the game in
the eighth with a eapittg one
hand catch. Two Were out and a
man was on second.
Some day one of Bresnahan's
pitchers will finish the game he
Huggins, Magee, Smith and
Wingo each made two hits, Evans
and Oakes getting the" other two
the Cards made.
Willis and Geyer gave the Cubs
Rube Marquard made it 16
straight by beating Boston. He
allowed the Braves 10 hits, but
kept them scattered.
, Perdue was found for 9 hits by
. theGiants. One was a double-and
two were triples.
.Devlin, Sweeney, Kirke and
Miller got to the Rube for two
hits each, one of Sweeney's count
ing for three sacks.
- .Shafer and Murray also wal
loped triples, and Larry Doyle
continued his slugging with a
two-ply swat. Larry chalked up
Washington trimmed Athletics
-and went to third place, shoving
the Mackmen to fourth.
Morgan and Penock-.weredPi
easy for the- Nationals, who- scor
ed six runs in the first two in
nings. Groom was at his best, stop
ping the Athletics with a quintet
Chick Gandil, canned by the
Sox, knocked two of Washing
ton's twelve hits". Callahan would
jfohn Titus, Veteran outfielder
of the Phillies, was yesterday
traded to the Boston Nationals
for "Doc" Miller, slugging center
fielder of the Beans. Titus broke
his leg last year, the first of a long
string of injuries that pursued the