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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 03, 1912, Image 13

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Standing of the Clubs
American League. W. L. Pet.
Boston 68 31 .687
'.Washington 62 37 .626
Philadelphia 55 41 .573
Chicago 50 46 .521
Detroit 48 52 .480
Cleveland 45 52 .464
New York 31 63 .330
St. Louis .. 30 67 .309
National League. W. L. Pet.
New York 70 24 .745
Chicago 59 34 .634
Pittsburgh 54 37 .593
Philadelphia 46 44 .511
Cincinnati 43 .52 .464
St. Louis 42 56 .429
Brooklyn 35 61 .365
iBoston 25 68 .269
) 'Yesterday's Results.
American League Chicago 5,
New York 3; Boston 9, St. Louis
0; Washington 4, Detroit 0.
National League ChicagOi 3,
Brooklyn 2; St. Louis 5, Philadel
phia 3; New York 4, Cincinnati 0;
Pittsburgh 3, Boston 0.
Ed Walsh did usual rescue
stunt, saving Bill Lange when
Yanks became threatening.
Warhop allowed South Siders
long lead, but after first inning
settled down and pitched strong
ly, giving two hits in latter in
nings. In first Zeider singled, Collins
tripled. Lord singled, Callahan
doubled and Bodie safetied. Four
runs, enough to win. ,
Hal Chase was star for New
York. Baqged three hits and
stole four bases, thieving second
and third in two separate innings.
Yanks ' became dangerous in
ninth, when Wolverton pinched
and singled, scoring on Chase's
Bert Daniels was busy in left
field, pulling down seven flies and
makingone assist.
Fast work on bases featured
Yank play. Pilfered seven times.
Schulte's secorid home run of
Brooklyn series gave Cubs flying
Jimmy Lavender was tight
with hits, but passes were distrib
uted liberally by youngster to
Dodger batters.
Jimmy Archer, with' two hits
that counted in scoring, was Chi
cago star on offense.
Of five Cub hits four were for
extra bases, counting ten sacks in
Heini Zim was hitless in four
times at bat, but his fielding made
up for it. '
Joe Tinker grabbed eight diffi
cult chances in field, then fell
down on soft one, allowing run to
score. . r
Southpaw -'Warner, late of
Brown0niversity, pitched for
Pirates yesterday.
Toots Schultz, Charley Dooin's
college southpaw, undertook to
do life-saving stunt when he re
lieved Seaton in 7th inning of St.
Louis-Phillie game with score 3
to 3.
Cardinals then sewed up game
by walloping 2 runs.
Joe Wood pitched another star
gabe for the Red Sox.
Ty Cobb hit safely against

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