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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 09, 1912, Image 14',
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and then summoned Gregory, the
unkind rookie who beat us Jast
-week. .Gregory repeated his per
formance, though hit fairly hard.
4 Evers and Zimmerman each
pored a '"single and double, Dick
Cotter cracking- a pair of one
spots. Cotter is hitting for keeps
since being pushed into the regu
Mike Mitchell starred for the
Rhinemen with a trio of safeties,
one going for two bases. Knisely
and Clarke got two hits. Knisely
is holding down center for the
Reds, and since getting his
chance in the big show hasvbeeri
traveling- ata fast pace. , J
BobiBescner jolted ahome run
from Lew Richie, causing Giant
killer much distress. " . r
John Evers was called out at,
the plate by Ump Brennan in,-the
seventh. This peeved the-.Tr.ojan!
He tossed a h'andfukof. sand into
the air and some settled on the"
ump's blue- suit. Evers was
Frank Schulte was suspended
for the rest ofthe season without
pay by Manager Chance yester
day, thecharge-being a' violation
of the. temperance clause of his
contract. Schulte left' for Chi
cago and Ward Miller will occu
py Wildfire's place in right on the
'Eastern trip. Chatiqe said he was
sorry to lay off his slugging' Out
fielder, but discipline demanded
it. There was n$ 'bitterness be
tween manager and player, and
Schulte is said tcrAave admitted
he was wrong andMeserved th&
up by the Tigers, looks like thd
goods. Again yesterday he poked
out a pair of hits and cut off a St.
Louis run at the plate with a
Wellman, a new left hander,
pitched for Browns. He held Tigr
ers to seven hits and Would ntft
have been scored upon excepMob
two passed balls by Alexander.
Ty Cobb was one of the mti
to score, as -usual. He" tripled in
the seventh aiid'partook of Alex
Willett grapevined in good
form v for Detroit, -stopping the
Browns with six hits.
Hot weather is beginning to
boil put the -aged joints of old
Bobby Wallace Three hits Sat
urday and two moreyesterday in
dicate the veteran is better than
any-of the numerous youngsters
Stpyall has1 tried abshprt.
Miracle!- Opposing pitchers
managed tp"give out niore bases
on balls to Sti Louis batters than'
the Card Singers coijld deal out.
O'Toole, Hendrix and Camnit?
of the Pirates walked 11 batters,
Woodburn and Steele passing but
Pittsburgh scored eight times
in the first inning. This so affect
ed O'Toole that he tried alt the
new forms of delivery he could
think Dft After walking five Mar
ty was also given a walk, going
to the cooler,. ,
Hendrix- then tried his luck.
He, too, issued five passes, and
this violation of ther interstate
commerce law forced him to re
tire: Camnitz then came on the
scene ,afld did some real oitchino-.