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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 26, 1912, Image 13

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Yesterday's Results.
National League Boston 7,
Chicago 6; Cincinnati 3, Philadel
phia 2; St. Louis 11, Brooklyn 4.
American League No games
scheduled.
John Evers' regard for his old
teammate, John Kling, gave Bos
ton yesterday's game- and gave,
Cubs a serious setback in pennant
race.
In the ninth inning, with the
Cubs one ahead, Evers booted
two grounders, one of them al
lowing tieing run to scofewith.
none out.
Charley. Smith and Lefty Lei
field, who did the gunwork for
the Cubs, were not to blame for
the -defeat. Boston stung them
for 11 hits, but errors originated
the enenties' runs.
In the second it was Zim's er
ror that started Boston Jnthe
third Saier presented .them with
a run.
Sixteen hits and only six runs
indicate how many Cub swats
were, wasted.
Vic Saier continued his slug
ging, compiling three hits.' In the
, j, last two Boston" games he has
made six- hits in eight tries.
Kling let Hub Pursue go the
route for Braves.
John STitus soaked a homer in
the eighth that scored Kirke
ahead of him and knotted the
count. Jim Archer kicked on 'the
decision on Titus at the plate and
was put out of the game by Ump
Rigler.
Philadelphia ndWaCshmnkton
are pullingi or White Sox to hand
Bpston same dose they received
at hands of Cal's crew. .
Walsh, Benz and Cicotte have
been nursed along for this series,,
and if necessary Big Ed can pitch
two games.
St. Louis scored nine runs in
fourth inning, and after that
Bresnahan used his youngsters
against Brooklyn.
Jake Dauber t did. .some clout
ing for Dodgers- whaling a
double and triple?
Steve Evans"-padded Card
count with a homer with a man
on base.
Galloway, recruit second sack
er of the Cards, fielded sensation
ally. ' .;.'.'.
Moore held Cincinnati to five
hits, but one of them wasa triple
by Dick Hoblitzel with two men
on, and the Reds won.
Humphries-" and Suggs were ef
fective against' Quakers.
Lobert poled three of eight
hits registered by Phils.
Felix Chouinard, with Sox for
a couple of seasons, has been un
conditionally released by Des
Moines.
It beginsf to look as. though
Hugh Duffy was bent on trading
his Milwaukee team of American
Association to Comiskey for a
'portion of White Sox. Ray
Schalk, sensational young catch
er, was 'the first Brewejr to join
the SoutliSiders. His work so far
has bden of'fiig league caliber. Co
incident with his comingRussell
Blackburne and Jim Block de
parted for Milwaukee.
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