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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 24, 1912, Image 18

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Yesterday's Results.
American Le'ague Cleveland
2 Sox 1 ; Detroit 7, St. Louis 6..
National League Cubs 4; St
Lpuis 2; Cincinnati 12, Pitts
burgh 1.
Yesterday's defeat let" Wash
ington tie Sox for second place.
Doc White pitched great ball,
good enough to win nine out of
ten -games. Purik work'by Calla
han, 2eider and Lord in first got
the southpaw in bad and allowed
Naps to score twice.
Gregg held 13ox to three hits,
stopping them when they had
plenty of chances to cop the con
test. $
Sox made their only run when
Ping Bodie pinched, for Kuhn in
fourth and drove Collins home
with a single.
Mattick started in center field
in place pf "Bqdie, who was in
jured Saturday.
Off day today. Browns again
Chance brought luS Cubs home
yesterday, trimmed St. Louis and
then jumped to Cincinnati.
Lew Ritchie came back after a
long lay off and gave Cards but
three hits.
Slim Sallee,Cub jinx, was easy
for West Siders yesterday. They
collected nine hitsv v
Jimmy Archer was hero, nail-
ang a homer and double.
Schulte celebrated homecom
ing with a pair of bingles, one
counting for two bases
Whole Cub team played real
baseball -
Yesterdays win put them in
second place.
Detroit and St. Louis pulled off
an alleged ball game, both teams
being ragged, in- the field and
strong'at -bat: -
Jennings used three pitchers,
and two vorked for the Browns.
-Reds hammered expensive
OToole, chasing hjitHn the sixth,
when they had made.-nine-hits.
Mke Mitchell knocked a hom
er, first to be made in the riew Cin
cinnati parc. A 1 f
Kelly, -Pirate, catchers-was oft
form, -and Rhinemen stole seven
bases. , i ' -
esen'sitforth Siders beat the
ex-U. S. League Pittsburgh team
9 to 4, Locals took two out of the
three games played.-
Boston and -Washington start
a series todjry.that will have an
important bearing on the Amer
the Red Legs take the majority
of the games they will be a hard
team tQ head. " '
The, teacher inthe infants's
school was explaining theprinci
ple;xf substraction.
' "Now suppose," -she said, "that
motherput seven cherries on the
table, and little Willie came and
took one, How did mother know
that pne was' gone when she did
not see'lijjtle Vyillie take it?"
She paused for art answer, ex
pecting some childto say, "Be
cause there would be six left "
But. instead, little Ena blush
jngfuriously, answered:
"I 'spect Willie forgot to hide
Ihe stalk and the stone "

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