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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 30, 1912, Image 14

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and Rixey led the attack on Per-
due. .
Miller took revengejon his old
mates by poling a Tripje that
counted a run.
Buy the flag for Boston- ih the
American. Stahl's Red Sox wal
loped the Athletics in a lop-sided
game.
Eddie Plank handed the Red
Sox but seven hits. They were
bunchedin the fourth and fifth,
however, and Boston counted six
times.
Ray Collins had the-number of"
every Mack but Oldring, The
Rube nudged a doubfe and single.
A double by Mclnniss regis
tered only score, for world's
champs.
Engel, a 19-year-old youngster
from the Washington lots, pitch
ed Nationals to victory over New
"frork. He was jolted for but six
hits.
Three of five( hits Washington
made off Fisher were grouped in
seventh and Washington scored
twice, enough to win.
Kenworfhy, an outfielder se
cured from Denver, played left
for Washington, stinging two
hits, one of them coming in the
"lucky seventh."
Griffith apparently admits his
team cannbt beat Boston for the
rag. "He has not used "Engel since
the first of the season, when it
' was not dreamed the Nationals
would create such a stir in the
race. Using the 'youngster now
indicates Grif is preparing for
next year.
Callahan and his band had a
day Of rest in Cleveland. After
games in the Forest City td"day
and tomorrow they return hom'e -
Sunday to tackle the Tigers oh
the South Side lot.
The suspension of Morris Rath
has stirred the White Sox. Ac
cording to a letter from Ban
Johnson, Rath was suspended for
"hitting Umpire Westervelt." -
Sox allege that Westervelt was
hit in the neck by 'some sand
thrown by Bill Carrigan of Bos
ton, and the ump selected Morns
for the goat. Rath is an inoffen
sive fellow and the game Wednes
day was tbf first he has missed "
this year.
Rath has sent an affidavit to
Johnson that he did not strike
Westervelt, and an investigation
will probably be the outcome. All
season the Sox have had trouble v
with this umpire, who seems to tte j,
the incompetent member of arr p.
otherwise efficient staff.
Douglas, a pitcher from Des
Moines, and Roland Barrows,
who has been with the Sox? before, "
playing this year with Jersey,
tity, joined the South Siders in
Cleveland. Barrows has been
playing a great game in the Inter
national League.
Because of poor condition of
Ray Temple, his scheduled match a$
with Freddie Welch at Winnipeg Q
Monday night has been canceled. 3
Packey McFarland has defied f
Ad Wolgast and meets Joe Hirst 2
in Philadelphia tonight. Wolgast
staTed he would call off his scrap
with Packey if the stockyards -fighter
met Hirst. . '
That fight in San Francisco
Labor Day between Jim Flymi ,
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