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OPPORTUNE HITS GIVE VICTORY TO CUBS
Tiges' Errors of Omission and Mullin's Unsteadiness, With Payne's Erratic Throwing, Aid Cubs to Win Second Game of World's Championship, 3 to 1. MULLIN AND PFIESTER THE OPPOSING TWIRLERS Jungleers Unable to Finish Rallies, Though First Man Up in Seven Innings Reaches Initial Bag Safely--Chicago Infield's Work Checks Several Promising Starts.
Detroit Free Press (1858-1922) - Detroit, Mich.
Author: Jackson, Joe
Date: Oct 10, 1907
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Pages: 2
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One game of the world's series has gone to a decision, and one game is checked up to the credit of the Cubs. In a long drawn out, loosely-played but exciting contest this afternoon, the National leaguers put one over on the Tiges to the tune of 3 to 1.

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