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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 25, 1912, Image 18

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.SPORTING ITEMS -
' Yesterday's Results.
National League Chicago 5,
Brooklyn 1 ; New York 8, Cincin
nati 7 (10 innings); St. Louis 5,
Philadelphia 4.
American League New York
4, Chicago 3; Cleveland 11, Bos
ton 6; other games postponed;
rain.
Brooklyn dropped last game of
series. It was also the last game
the Cubs play on the West Side
for a month.
Chance's aggregation is on its
way to New York, where the
Giants are met in deadly combat
tomorrow.
During the home stay the Cubs
won 13 games and lost 6 against
the eastern teams. Philadelphia
was the only team to get a ma
jority of games.
Cheney held Brooklyn to three
hits. In the first eight .innings
the Dodgers bingled but once. In
the ninth, however ,they bunched
a pair of swats for their lone run.
.Frank Schulte was the king
hitter with a homer and double.
His four-timer scored Sheckard
in the first.
Leach and Zimmerman each
showered a pair of singles.
Cheney made as many hits as
he allowed entire Brooklyn-team.
Larry jimmied a double andNtwo
one-spots.
Once more Sox lost. On the,
present eastern trip Cal and his
bunch have won. a single game in
each city. After today's battle
with New York they leave for
home opening on South Side
against Red Sox Saturday.
Walsh and McConnell pitched
good ball, each team making nine
hits.
Sox led until eighth, when a
pass, single, wild pitch and a dou
ble by Zinn chased in two runs
and put Yanks ahead.
In Sox half of ninth Weaver
put ball to the fence, but was call
ed out at the plate trying to make
the circuit: and tie the score.
Cal, Weaver and Zeider did the
real execution for the Sox, with
two hits each.
Hal Chase hit safely three
times, and Zinn, gink whose dou
ble busted game, also put in asin
gle that was influential.
Cincinnati refused to accept a
game from New York yesterday,
though -Giants were inclined to be
charitable.
Cincinnati was just as open
hearted, and bum pitching, bum
fielding and bum thinking all
combined to toss off the contest.
Bob Bescher, Red outfield, was
the star, poling four hits, hauling
down six flies, and swiping a cou
ple of bases
Three pitchers were used by
each team, Ames and Humphries,
the last performers, being the
only ones effective.
Alexander took' his first defeat
of the season in the west, when
St. Louis rallied in ninth inning
and chased over three runs,
enough to win.
Philadelphia got a three run
lead fn the first, but after that
Bob Harmon was invincible.
Cleveland at last managed to
get a game from Ihe'Red Sox.
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