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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 12, 1912, Image 14',
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American League Boston 6,
Chicago 0; Cleveland 3, Washing-J
ton 2; Philadelphia 9, Detroit 7;
New York 5, St. Louis 4.
National League Pittsburg
10, Philadelphia 3; other games
Eddie Cicotte was soft for.his
old "pals, who whaled him for a
dozen drives, good for IS bases.
Ray Collins dida-world's series
job of pitching, allowing half as
many hits as Cicotte
Babe Borton got three of six
Sox hits, others being divided be
tween Lord, Jack ' Collins and
Harry Hooper put three hits in
his bat bag, leading the Red Sox.
The resj; of the famous infield did
some effective clouting, Lewis
polling a triple and single, Speak
er nicking one hit 'before he re
tired from the contests, and' Hen
riksen, who releaved him, smear
Eight hits is a fair-total for any
Heinie Zimmerman is a sad
guy today. He had maced a
hom,er and single when rain end
ed the Boston-Cub clash yester
day. Braves were ahead, 3 -to. 2, when
rain butted in in the fourth in--ning.
Fred Tomey was doing liis first
pitching since returning from his
Louisville exile. He looked good.
Hub Perdue was working against
Walter Johnson,, who .-busted
the American league record, win
ning 16 consecutive games, lost
his fifth straight yesterday,.
Cleveland beating-him in -a driv
Fred Blanding, hammered from
box by Washington Tuesday,
came back strong.
Chick Gandil of" "Washington,
and Lajoie and Jackson of Naps
each bagged a brace of hits.
Washington pulled' a short ral
ly in ninth, but fell one run short.
Foot racing, bottle slinging,
umpire baiting and heavy hitting "
all were presented for one admis
sion in Detroit yesterday.
Eddie Collins led the Athletic
foot racers. Collins stole six
bases on Kocher."
In the third inning Ump. Con
nolly called Ty Cobb out after he
had singled on the technical rul
ing that Ty stepped out of the
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