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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 06, 1912, Image 13

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SPORTING ITEMS
Yesterday's Results.
National League Chicago 5-5,
Philadelphia 2-3; Pittsburg-" 8,
New York 4; Boston 10, Cincin
nati 2; St. Louis 8, Brooklyn 4. v
American League Chicago 7,
iWashington 8 (10 innings);
Cleveland 3, Boston 1 ; Detroit 4,
'New York2; St. Louis 12; Phil
adelphia 4.
Washington refuses to be
beaten. Never will White Sox
have better chance to win than
yesterday.
At the endof third, inning, Sox
led, 7 to 1. Groome, who started
for Washington, had been ham
mered from the box.
, Then, Eddie Cicotte felt sym
pathetic for Bob, and insisted
upon Washington scoring. They
accepted his offer.
Benz ostensibly came to Ci
cotte's rescue. He rescued
Washington, and they tied the
score off him in the eighth.
N Old Doc White went in for the
ninth and tenth.' Washington
won off DoC, and he is credited
with loss of the game. But he was
bes.t pitcher Sox presented.
Cashion, who relieved Groom,
pitched good ball, and also did
some batting stunts, three hits.in
.three times up.
Juggernaut Johnson rode over
Sox in last two innings, and then,
to show what a mean cuss he was,
drove over winning run with a
single.
Ernie Johnson, Dubuque re
cruit, was tried at short by Cal
lahan. lYpungster pojcgd gut two '
hits, and fielded his position just
right.
Collins was on first base and
Mattick was in center, Zeider be
ing out of the game. Mattick col
lected two hits.
i Washington outslugged Sox,
16 hits to 9.
Moeller, Washington right
fielder, got but one hit. It was a
triple in the seventh with two on,
and tied the score.
Yesterday's win ut Washing
ton five -games behind Boston.
Cubs picked up a game and a
half on the Giants by winning
two from Phils while Pirates
were trimming McGraw's gang.
First "battle was a duel between
Moore and Lavender, the Quaker
hurler weakening in last round.
Gawy Cravath and Jimmy
Archer each poled homers.
In the second game Ed Reul
bach was chased ix the fourth.
Charley Smith took up the bur
den, giving .Phils, one hit and no
runs during his regime.
Alexander the Great took a
harder walloping than score
shows, Chance's crew showering
12 hits.
y -Vic Saier and Frank Schulte
were up eight times each during
the afternoon, and each, safetied
four times. Saier's clouts were
the more effective.
Phils had a three-run lead for
five innings in the second wran
gle. Three.in the sixth and two
in the seventh, put the Cubs safe.
Cubs handled 82 fielding
chances in two games without
slip.
With, such a good start, ubs
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