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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 31, 1912, Image 13

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Yesterday's Results.
American League Chicago 6,
'Boston 5; Detroit 7, Philadelphia
6; St. Louis 5, New York 1.
National League New York
10, Chicago 4; Cincinnati 5,
Brooklyn 4 (11 innings); Pitts
burgh 3,. Philadelphia 2 (10 in
nings) ; Boston 7, St. Louis 6 (14
Jimmy Callahan's suspension
was lifted yesterday and White
Sox boss blazed back with three
' hits, two of which were run get
ters. In first with two on Cal tripled.
In fifth he hauled in the run that
won when he singled and Bodie
Ed Walsh baffled Red Sox un
til seventh round, when they
hopped him for two hits and as
many runs.
Collins and Rath did 'some
timely cluhbing, outfielder past
ing two markers home with a one
base drive.
Each team whaled ten hits.
Boston used three pitchers,
Hall, Pape and Bedient.
By losing yesterday Boston
dropped to a six-game" lead over
Lavender was ineffective, Hein
le Zimmerman was a sieve, and
Archer's arm was too f strong.
These three circumstances, com
bined with Mathewson's strong
pitching, gave Giants final tilt.
Snodgrass with pair of doubles
aided in Cub downfall. He was
leader of Giant attack.
New York made ten runs on
seven hits. Cubs safetied nine
times, but the third and fourth
were only ones in which they
were bunched.
Red Murray was also a whale
on offense, putting ball in the
bleachers for a homer and yank
ing off, a double.
Saier and Evers each made a
pair of hits for Cubs.
Smith relieved Lavender in
third. His pitching was good,
punk fielding being" responsible
for most of the runs scored during
his term.
Heinie Zim had four chances at
third. He spurned two of them
and they hurt.
After the way Heinie had been
hitting, most anything can be for
given him.
Miller pinched for Lavender in
third and singled. Tinker then
drove pill through short, banging
Miller on left runner.
With score 6 to 5 in favor of
Athletics, Leo Houck, Connie's
kid pitcher, tried some inside stuff
by passing Cobb and Crawford.
Louden then came up and drove
in the winning run.
Harry Wolverton put a college
youth, George Davis, in box
against St. Louis Browns.
Del Paddock, who had his meal
ticket paid by Comiskey for a
while this spring, played third
base for Yankees and rapped out
2 singles in addition to making
double play unassisted. '
Jimmy Maroney, late of Cubs,
went around to Sox park yester
day to see if Callahan wanted any
"bright boys." Cal told him to
come around again today.

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