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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 18, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 12',
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hung up another shut out Six
Phillies fanned, including the mighty
Cards bunkered Braves, winning
one and-tieing another. Doak out
pitched Neff. Hughes was good, but
his pals erred. "-
Pi rates slugged five Giant pitchers.
Rube Benton, fought for by Pirates
and Giants, tried to heat Clarke's
crew and Pirates were glad New York
won its argument before the nation
Connie Mack, using recruits at
three stations of his infield, lost one
to Cleveland and tied another. The
youngsters did well. Three new
pitchers were tried and Richardson
looked good. Roth made four hits
and stole two bases.
Red Sox landed on James, bunch
ing hits with passes and easily licked
Tigers. Cobb scored only Tiger runs
with homer with one on.
Now for the White Sox. They
tossed away another game in New
York. Blackburne's error was re
sponsible for the run that won, but
the Sox scored half as many as they
should have. Their haserunning was
putrid. Five men were heaved out
stealing before they respected Alex
ander's arm. Joe Jackson tried to
steal third with two out and several
similar stunts were put on. In the
ninth inning John and Eddie Collins
fanned out with two men on.
Falkenberg and Davenport each al
lowed two hits, but Sloufeds won.
Pittfeds kept well ahead of Whales
by beating Baltimore. Allen out
Packard held Newark to three hits.
Shaw's triple won for Kay See.
Dennis O'Keefe and Frank Clipper
.boxed a three-round draw in the fea
ture bout at the Forbes gymnasium
last night Results of the other bouts
follow: 115-pound class Mike Eulo
defeated Sylvester Cozzi in three
rounds. 125-pound class Herman
Reuben won from Ed Folsom, three
rounds'. 145-pound" class Joe Koski
won 'from Dan Mogulich, -three
rounds; Bob Wagner shaded Luther
McCarty, three rounds.
Tomorrow night the management
of the Riverview Velodrome will stage
an amateur-paced race, the first in
this city. Willie Kell and Charles
Minnetti will meet in the motor-paced
event, which will be at five miles.
Other events on the program will be .
an amateur sprint match between Q)
Olaf Lodal, George Klasen and Fred
Samlow; a repechage handicap and a
five-mile open for the amateurs; an
Australian pursuit team match be
tween the teams of Charles Piercey,
Norman Anderson and Joe Kopsky
and the trio made up of Rudi-Russe,
Ned Young and Gus Wohlrab, and a
one-mile professional point race. ,
Dan O'Leary has received eighteen
entries for his women's walking race
tomorrow afternoon at Gaelic park,
W. 47th st and S. California av. The
event will be at two miles and will
start between 3 and 4 o'clock. For
thre,e Sundays previous the race has
been postponed for different reasons,
but Mr. O'Leary says it will be run
off, or rather walked off, tomorrow
in spite of weather or other difficul
ties. The entries follow: Mrs. G. A.
Moore, Hester Ranter, Elizabeth
Kanter, Helen Knight, Bridget Mo
riarity, Mary Hart, Nora Day, Mary
E. Browner, Jane Longford, Nancy
Beamish, Margaret O'Brien, Mary
McCarty, Lizzie SchultzNora Hayes,
Bertha Schlitz, Jane Buckley and '
Bertha Von Berg.
WAR NEWS OF ONE YEAR AGO
Paris reports that German armies
in France are unable to advance. Ber
lin reports same concerning French , )')
and British armies.
St Petersburg says -Austrian losses
in Galicia campaign total 350,000
men. AlLroads are declared blocked
by abandoned commissariat trains.
The Austian government has sent
additional troops to the Italian bor
der because of nationalist demonstra
tions throughout Italy.