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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 30, 1912, Image 9

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Yesterday's Results.
American League Cleveland
4-5, Chicago 2-0; Boston 21-12,
Washington 8-11; Detroit 7, St.
Louis 5 (14 innings) ; Philadel
phia 7, New York 4.
All National League games
postponed; rain.
By dropping two games to the
Naps yesterday while Boston was
trimming Washington twice, Sox
slumped badly in the percentage
column, and a repetition of yes
terday's disaster today will drop
Callahan and his band into second
Cleveland pitchers, Kaler and
Blanding, were too strong for the
South Siders, but 13 hits being
made in the two games.
Benz and Mogridge were easily
solved by Davis' men.
Fifty-two runs; 56ihits and 12
errors were made in two games
between Boston and Washington
Harry Mclntire, Cub twirler,
leftlast night to join Milwaukee
team 6i! American Association, to
which he was released yesterday.
Packey McFarland last night
outpointed Ray Bronson in a ten
round fight in Indianapolis.
George Browne, x-Cub out-
fielder, has been signed bv Mana-I
ger Dooin of Phillies. His last job!
was managing defunct Washing
ton United States League team.
Jack Coombs won another
game for Athletics yesterday,
holding New York to four hits.
Eddie Summers of Tigers made
his 1912 'debut yesterday, pitch
ing last eight innings of long
game against Browns.
Archer is back in condition.
Following today's double-header
on West Side, Chance will lead
his Cubs east for first invasion,
opening in Boston.
rfa asw '
"Sammy, -why doT you aiways
maul and tease 'that kitten?"
"Ain't ft a maltese?" A4
o o """"1
An orphan asylum in Kansas
was unable to buy a croquet set
and a bunch of bow-legged men
volunteered to substitute for the
wickets. 2 r. suj

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