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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 23, 1912, Image 13

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SPORT DOINGS
Yesterday's Results.
National League Chicago 17,
Boston 5; Pittsburg 3-6, New
iYork 2-8; Philadelphia 3, Cincin
nati 1; Brooklyn, St. Louis 5.
American League Boston 9,
Cleveland 0; Philadelphia 2-3, St.
Louis 1-1 ; Chicago 9, New York
4-; Detroit 9, Washington 6.
Cubs whaled 17 hits off of Hess,
Brown and Kroh, who did some
alleged pitching for Boston
Braves.
Larry Cheney stopped Boston
dead until his mates had a 15-run
lead, then eased up and allowed
them to score twice in eighth and
three times in ninth.
Campbell safetied three times
and Kirke twice, one of his being
for the circuit. Devlin and Kling
got pther two hits for Boston.
Zimmerman and Tinker each
poled three hits out of four times
up, one of Zim's being a triple in
the first that cashed our first two
runs.
Jerry Downs, who batted but
once, and Cheney, who fanned
four times, were only Cubs who
failed to connect
Giants play twogames again
today in Pittsburg, while the
Cubs have an open date. Chance
has a great chance-,. to gain,
though his crew is idle, as Mc
Graw used Marquard and Math
ewson yesterday, and will have to
fall back on his second "string men
today.
Callahan used Taylor, Texas
recruit, against Yanks yesterday,
and the youngster made a good
impression.
He was hit fairly hard, yielding
nine hits in six rounds, but er
rors figured in some of the runs
scored on him. Control is one of
Taylor's best assets.
Ray Schalk pegged out two
runners attempting to swipe sec
ond, caught Chase flat-footed off
second, and got another runner
asleep off third. He rounded out
the big day with a double and
single.
Chink Mattick had a little luck
at last. Right fielder was hit
once, walked twice, and combed a
triple and single. He scored three
times, and prodded in three other
tallies.
Harry Lord collected three hits
and Johri Collins two, each aq
quiring a double.
Ping Bodie was back in the
game, but failed to connect.
Ted Easterly pinched once
more and deliveredia safety.
A medal for Hans Wagner.
Assisted by other Pirates, the
Dutchman split two games with
New York.
Wagner maced seven hits in
the two games, including a
homer, triple and two doubles.
He crossed the pan five times. H
Matty was outpitched by Cam
nitz in thefirst game, and Hen
drix, Warner and Cole shared
Marquard in second. Rube was
lucky, however, and pulled out a
victory.
Artie Hofman was in center for
Pittsburg in second game, and
celebrated his return to active

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