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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 15, 1913, Image 11',
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funning for Bbdie, rounded third
from second and started for home.
Gleasoh played the game safe. and
held Jpnes at third, when he could
easily have scqred, as Williams fum
bled Mattick's 'blow. Weaver and
Schalk were unable to prod over the
Outside the pitching there was lit
tle interest to the game. Both twirl
ers were whales and held down the
It was the fourth straight time that
a southpaw has opposed the Sox, and
Callahan shook up his -batting order
at the end of the game, sending Ber
ger to second and Zeider to. third,
Lord and Rath having difficulty
swinging from the wrong side of the
If Walsh is used this afternoon Jim
Scott will probably be selected to
open the season, on the South Side
Frank' Chance's Yanks lost their
second 2-to-l contest of the- season
yesterday to Boston. Joe Wood .pitch
ed for the world's champions and
strangled the Yanks with a quartet
of hits! Caldwell was opposed it&
Wood and kept the Red Sox' away
from. the pan until the eighth, when
Duffy Lewis doubled with two on and
chased over a pair of runs. Speaker
got three hits and Gardner two.
Chance was not in the game; but ex
pects to play first base Thursday. v
Detroit and Cleveland played, a
.freak game, each team. clouting the
pill, but failing to make their swats
count runs. Tile Naps got 13 hits
off Dubuc, and' the, Tigers" "slammed
Kahler and Steen safely li times.
Olson, Birmingham and Lajoie of the
Naps each smashed three hits. Bush,
Gainor and Moriarity did .the slugging
for the Tigers.
Once more the chesty Giants were
humbled by 5 supposedly second-rate
team, Brooklyn putting the . bee on
McGraw's men. Jeff'Tesreau only
pitched' one inning, the ninth, but is
credited with his second loss of the
season. Allen pitched good ball
against the Giants for seven rounds,
But in the eighth four hits gave the
Giants two runs .and the lead. Tes
reau, relieved Ames and started the"
ninth.by fanning'Meyers and Wheat.
Jake Daubert then singled, and Red
Smith walloped the bail into the
bleachers for a home run. Jim
Thorpe acted as pinch hitter for Tes
reau in the ninth,, but was an easy
out. Jake Daubert smacked;a couple
of doubles and a single.
Ty Cobb has- received an offer of
$15,000 a year to act as salesman
for an auto supply company, but the
peach held off, saying he was still
bickering with the Detroit manage
ment. His difficulties are near settle
ment, as he announced to the auto
L company he would make a definite
answer in ten days.
Pal Brown, the Hibbirig' light
weight, fought Ray Temple to a
standstill in ten "rounds at Milwaukee
last night. Both boys slugged their
way through the fight A return en
gagement is probable.
Frank Klaus, the American middle
weight, whohas been cutting a wide ,
swath in Paris, returned to New York
todlay. An attempt will be made to
arrange a mill between Klaus and Ed
Jack Dillon spurted in the twelfth
round at Yqungstown, 0., last night,
and earned a' decision over George
John Kling is reported to be work
ing out in Kansas. City, preparatory
to signing a contract to catch for
the Cincinnati Reds this season.
Brooklyn at New York Part cloudy.
Boston at"Philadelphia Clear. '
St. Louis at Cincinnati Cloudy.
Pittsburgh at Chicago 'Clear.
American League. .
New York at -Boston Rain.
Philadelphia at Washington Cloudy.
Detroit at Cleveland Cloudy.
Chicago at St Lous Clear.