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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 15, 1913, Image 12',
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game. Baumgardner had the Yanks
at his mercy and also batted out
three hits, as did Bert Shotton.
Knight and Cree of the Yanks each
smashed a pair of singles. Williams
cracked two doubles.
Hub Perdue pitched wonderful ball
against Pittsburgh, breaking the Pi
rate -winning streak. In the eighth
inning Wagner acted as pinch hitter
and drove in the lone Pirate tally.
Then, with the bases loaded and none
out, Perdue fanned the side. Adams
gave Boston five hits, but one was
a homer by Connolly. Otis Clymer
played his first game for Boston and
Cincinnati hit Marquard eleven
times, but the Eube had control and
power in the light corners, Benton
gave New York all its runs in five
innings, Johnson blanking them to
the finish. Marsans of the Reds and
Murray of New York each swatted
three hits, one of Red's being a triple.
Josh Devore got a triple and single
against his old team.
Eppa Rixey, the elongated Philly
southpaw, came to life and held the
Cardinals to five hits. Harmon also
did a swell job of work. Beals Beck
er continued his hitting streak, soak
ing a homer and single, Whitted of
the Cards smacked a double and sin
gle. Rebel Qakes caught seven flies
in center field. Rixey fanned seven
President Britton of the St. Louis
Cardinals today denied that Miller
Huggins was contemplating resign
ing as manager of the team. Britton
said he did not blame Huggins for
the team's bad work, laying the los
ing streak to lack of competent
catchers to work with the wild
Cleveland has released Catcher
Grover Land to Toledo of the Amer
Detroit has secured an option on
Outfielder Williams and Smith of the
Regina, Canada, team. The players
will report at the end of the season.
Frank Chance of the Yankees has
bought Pitcher Cooney of the He
lena, Mont., team.
Detroit has recalled Third Base
man Bauman from Providence and
Jennings expects to use him regular
ly. Bauman has been playing at a
fast clip in the International League.
Gunboat Smith and Jim Flynn
have been matched to fight ten
rounds in New York, August 8,
The wife of Joe Tinker, manager
of the Cincinnati Reds, is seriously
ill in Chicago and Joe is expected to
return here tomorrow. It may be
necessary to make a transfusion of
blood from Tinker to his wife, who
is very ill. The operation would keep
Joe out of the game for several
. ' , .
Gent (with bad office pen) Miss,
this must be a pen of 1860. It's got
the side whiskers.
By the new system, wireless time
signals will be sent out once or twice
daily on a uniform wave-length of
2,500 meters, from stations around
the world beginning with Paris, and
including Arlington, San Francisco
and Manila in the United States.