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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 28, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 11

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By a sensational ninth-inning rally
and then a tenth-inning repeat them
thar Giants made their wild streak of
wins total 23 yesterday. St Louis
had 'em going all along the first
eight innings add practically had the
game sewed up. Then, after one was
out in the. ninth frame McCarthy
happened to think about the record
winning streak. He slapped out a
single. Then another out came.
Folks were leaving the stand when
George Burns stepped to bat and
singled, putting McCarthy on sec
ond. Then the baloon went up. Buck
Herzog leaned on one and when the
ball finally landed back in. the infield
Buck was on third and McCarthy and
Burns had scored, tying the count.
Our old friend Zimmerman starred
the tenth inning with a single. He
was advanced to third and then
scored the winning run on a wild
pitch.
While the Sox loafed yesterday
Boston increased its lead on the
American league teams by copping
from New York.s The game was won
in a tenth-inning rally. Boston had
things cinched up until the ninth.
,Then New York came through and
tied up things at two all. Boston
went out in the tenth, however, and
won the game all over again. This
victory makes White Sox chances
look right slim. Our home crew has
but four games to 'play, while Bos
ton has six. In order to win out the
Sox must take all four games while
Boston is losing five out of six. If
the leaders win two games out of
the six and Chicago cleans up the
two teams will be tied.
Comiskey's crew base their main
hopes on tie fact that anything can
happen in baseballl That's a right
' slim base.
Chicago's four games are with
Cleveland. Boston has three to play
with New York and three with Phila
delphia. The former may give Bos
ton a strong run, but, judging from
the way Washington trimmed the
sPhillies Wednesday, Carrigan's crew
should have no trouble in cinching
the flag.
Washington simply smothered the
Philadelphia crew yesterday in a
slamfest The winners gathered 17
hits. Foster and Morgan each gath
ered four. There were seven two
baggers laced out and one home run,
all to the credit of Washington. Also
the winners swiped five bases. Mc
Elwee made things easier for Wash
ington by making three errors.
The Boston Braves seem to be a
bit jealous of New York's winning
streak. They made their sixth
straight win yesterday by trimming
Pittsburgh. '
Joe Cantillon, manager of the Min
neapolis American ass'n team was
pinched yesterday in Polk county,
Wis., charged with violating the
game laws in having in his posses
sion four brook trout taken out of
season. He was released on $25
bond.
Hugh Heal grabbed the world's
three-cushion billiard championship
from'Cnas. McCourt at Toledo, 0.,
yesterday by trimming the former
champion, 150 to 139. McCourt out
played Heal, but bad luck prevented
him running up his score.
Al Bridwell, formerly'a member of
the New York Giants, Chicago Cubs
and St. Louis Federal league clubs,
has been signed to manage the Mil-
waukee American ass'n club for the
season of 1917, according to players
on the team.
Andy Ward, Chicago A. A. sprinter,
may not go with the American team
which sails for Norway and Sweden
today. Andy forgot to get a pass
port and there seems little chance he
will be able to in time to sail with
his fellow athletes.
Gasoline Cheaper Than Crinoline ,
Ellery Sanborn, who was going to
marry a girl over to Parkersburg,
has decided not to, and bought him
an automobile. Wytheville, Va,
Argus.
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