Sport: Who Won, Aug. 7, 1933

¶The St. Louis Cardinals, under their new manager, Frank Frisch, who last week replaced Charles Evard ("Gabby") Street: a baseball game against the Chicago Cubs, 8 to 2; in which Pitcher Jerome ("Dizzy") Dean struck out 17 Chicago batters, one more than the modern record which was jointly held by Frank Hahn, Christy Mathewson, Rube Waddell and Nap Rucker; and in which his catcher, Jimmy Wilson, was enabled to make a record also, with 18 putouts; at St. Louis. Manager Frisch's oldtime rival, Rogers Hornsby, this year his understudy on the Cardinals, last...

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