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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 10, 1913, Image 9

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i Evers were very graceful. J3iitJohn.
( would have done much hetter liad
he thrown his hands in front of a
couple of pegs which Archer shot
across second base to Tommy Leach
in center field. The XJubcatcher is.
given three demerits, in 'the ' box
score. One was a thrpw. from Mitch
ell which oozed .through., him, and
the ojJier two were pegsrtofQenter.
There was nojthing"to dofbut give
Archer errors on these last .two
'plays,- btlt'the'fanlt was with Evers
or Bridwell, apparently the manager.
The stuff, was pulled in the eighth
inning. Matty, after accepting a
"waBc, tried a delayed steal of second.
Evjers, and Bridwell were caught
asleep, and Archer's shot was
stopped by Leach, Matty jogging to
third. 'Then .Larry Doyle stole.
Again Archer shot to second, about
three- feet to ihfc right of the bag,
and a foot off the.ground. Evers did
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