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

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BASEBALL DOPE
Yesterday's Results.
American League Chicago 4,
Cleveland 1 ; Eos ton 4, -Washington
3; Philadelphia 19-5, New
,Ydrk 9-2.
National League Cincinnati
4, Chicago 1, New York- 8-4,
Philadelphia 1-2; Pittsburgh 5,
St-Loui&4; Brooklyn 4, Boston 3,
Batteries for the first city
series game White Sox, Walsh
and Schalk; Cubs, Richie and
Archer or Cotter. "
That's .inside information.
(Yesterday's toss to the Reds, by
the Cubs while New York was
hogging a pair fn Philly frosted
the Cub hopes.
Anyhow, a city series will save
a lot of railroad fares. w'
An unknown who travels un
der the tag of .Gregqry' was a
whale against the West Siders.
In the first inning he passed
Miller and Schulte and Tinker
singled, filling the sacks. " Some
doings. - -"
Then sadness. Zim, the" great
Zim, the-slashing sticker,, fanned
Saier and Evers popped outrThat
is some introduction for a gent
fresh from Ottumwa.
Eight hits -were all Cubs could
garner from Gregory,, young
Cotter getting two. Oneof his
two figured in lone Cubs run.
Ed Reulbach' 'and Charley
Smith did some partnership'
pitching that had no terrors for
Reds, who acquired dozen bin
gles. Grant pickled K3 of the ' 12
Bescher,. Marsaris, Mitchell arid
Egan nicking two. '
Doc White,, noted dentist, did
some painful work'yes'terday, ex-
tracting a victory from Cleve
land. ;
Doc's south flipper was well
oiled, his slow floater baffling re- "
vamped Naps with five hits.
Nap Lajoie and Joe Jackson
were sb affected by Doc's "noth
ing" ball that they went hitless.
Fred Bfanding was almost as
good as the local dentist, but his
support was fulLof treacherous
air holes. ackson made a twor '
base muff on Zeider's fly that al
lowed two White Shins to cross 5
the plate. '
' In this inning Sox scored three j
times with the aid of but pne hit.
Babe Borton was back at first ,
for Sox, and connected for a duo '
of swats.
Young Mr. Chapman, fresh -from
Toledo, thought" he would
show Doc and Ray Schalk how "
easy it was for a gent to get ;
around who came" from, a three-
cent street car town. In the sec-
ond he was passed and stole, sec- :
ond. He 'hung there "for a min
ute and then swiped third. This
rush of speedy to the head made
him nervy, ancfhe" tried to pilfer
home. Doc and Ray collabor- '
ated to stab the fresh guy out at 3
the pan by an eyelash.
New York made a game fight
in both games against Phillies, 7
winning in the eighth and ninth -each
time.
In the first they were scoreless
until the eighth, while the Quak- J
ers had a run. Six runs in the'
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