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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 06, 1912, Image 14

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have one chance to crawl up on
Giants. So far the West Siders
have won ten out of eleven games
played-on present trip.
Chasing Rube Marquard is be
coming a popular amusement.
Pirates did it yesterday in sec
ond inning, when they had scored
(our runs and had bases choked.
Ames went in, and Pittsburgh
continued to have a field day with
the stick.
Hans Wagner was in a happy
mood, soaking a double, single
and homer.
Hendrix was very effective
against the GJants but eased up
in the latter innings. ( ,
St., Louis and Brooklyn flayed
some freak game. Both -sides
plugged the pill, the Cards-getting
12 hits and Dodgers 13.
In the third Konetchy clubbed
a homer with two on. In the fifth
jft e hit for the circuit with one one,
' and' after a single by .Hauser
vRbel Oakes. put the ball over the
fence. Some slugging.
, Boston romped over the Reds,
clubbing combined slants of three
so-called pitchers for 13 soHtJ
hits. ' t
t "Arthur Devlin cleaned bases
Jta sixth, and in addition, smashed
ja double and single. t .t
j. Tyler gave Reds five hits and
tHank 0Day a. faint -feeling, oyer
the 'heart, " '
Joe Jackson blew off a triple in
first and a double in fifth, beating
Boston single-handed.
Five hits were all Bedient al
lowed Naps, but they were
Vean Gregg was stung for ten
safeties, but when Red Sox got?
men on base he was tighter than
a new shoe.
Jack Polwell knocked a home
run in first inning against Ath
letics, and was so surprised that
.he- forgot to blow mpduring the
gatne."tHe downed the'Mackmen
eaiily.'- ! t
Brown, Pennock and Houck all
had a shot at pitching.
r That Brown youngster, Der-
rm rratt, still continues1 ta kick
up a muss. His stunt yesterday
was a double and single and a
great day in the field.
Detroit and New York fought a
dreary battle in which each made
nine hits.
Tigers got theirs in bunches,
while -George Miillin put on
brakes when he was in danger of
being scored on.
v Lee Tannehiil, veteran Sox
shortstop, was released yesterday
to Kansas City of American as
sociation. Tanny has had hard -luck"
this year. When he seemed
due for a good start, Walter -
Johnson hit him on the wrist
with a fast ball, breaking the
bone. Tannehiil was one of the
old guard that brought a world's
championship to the South Side.
He has, a lot of baseball left in
'demons, the southpaw secured
by the Cubs from Buffalo Center,
la., has been released to Louisville.
A diamond known as a "bril
liant" has fifty-eight facets ; a rose
diamond is faceted only on the
top and has a flat base.
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