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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 17, 1912, Image 13

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BASEBALL DOPE ,
HOW THEY-STAND
Chicago Series.
W. L. Tied. Pet"
Cubs .3 2 2 .600
.White Sox 2 3. 2 .400
, World Series (Final).
'Boston 4 3 l .571
New York.: 3 4 1 .429
St. Louis Series (Final).
Cardinals ,4 3, 1 .571
'Browns' 3 4 1 .429
Callahan's men refused to re
lieve the suspense and. lose.
Doc White had hard going and
"4 h
Christy Mathewson.
retired in .the . third. Joe Benz
pitchedtthe rest of the game and
held Cubs hitless until ninth. Two
hits in this frame gaveCubs a
start, but a-double killing stopped
them with one run.
Benz pulled best' Stunt, of the
series; in sixth. He walked Zimr
merman, the fourth ball being a
wild pitch that sent Heirtie to sec
ond. Another wild pitch scored
Zfm from Rath's burg.
Sox busted everything that
ReulbachT Cheney and Smith had
to offer. Their rally in the eighth
was a thriller.: Four hits counted
four runs. Harry Lord's single in
this round put the Soxoneahead.
Johnson was the only Hose
who went through the game
without a hit.
Heinie Zim let in one Sox run
when he tried to Knock the con
crete stand over with a heave
over Saier's Bermuda.
Wilbur Good got his name in
the box scores by pinching for
Downs in the ninth and singling.
Downs was playing" second in
place of Evers, on the sfek list
Wilbur celebrated after the
game by marrying Miss GrUndy
Lott. This is a solemn occasion,
and we refuse to pull any
wheezes. ' -y t
The winning players witfhave
$21,038 to divide. The losers
$14,025. f '
Great in victory in' former
years, Christy Mathewsbn never
pitched a better game than yes
terday, when he lost .a' world's
series. Bad errors of -omission
and commission on the part of his
backing tossed tb,& game away
for the grand old heaver.
Tm the guy that spread the
gloom from Hariem to the
Bronx,
"I'm the -guy who ytnade New
Yorkers cry, We're done!'
I'm the guy who stood the. 'Giants
on their conks;
"I'm 'Che guy," howled. Olaf
Henriksen.
The critics, roasting Fred
Snodgrass for his $1,200 error,
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