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,. BASEBALL DOPE
- Chicago" Series.
W. L. Tied. Pet
Cubs .... 2 0 2 1.000
White Sox: 0 ' 2" 2 .000
'Boston 3 1 1 .750
New 'York.....'. 1 3 1 .250
St.'L'ouis Series. .
Cardinals 2 1 1 .667
Browns 1 2 1 .333
CITY SERIES RECEIPTS
Attendance 30,393 94,4i9
Total receipts... $21,197 $64,93?
Players' share... 11,446 35,063
Each club's share 3,815 11,587
Commission 2,119 6,491
. Players' Cash Division.
Winning players' share$21,038.20
Losing players' share.. 14,025.47
Cubs (win, 27) each... 77V. ZU
Cubs (lose) each 519,20
Sox (win, 24) each.. . . 876-59
Sox (lose), each 584.39
Playersshare (1911). 37,918.53
Sox' share ( 191 1"KV. ;. " .875.04
Cubs' share (19U)::. .. 631.98
Looks like the'Cubs might give
the Sox some of their own last
year's brand. v-
,'1 So far the West Siders have
k .won twice, beating "Ed Walsh,
and without their own -best bet,
Ed Reulbach pitched Va .weird
game yesterday He was wild.,
and took some hard wallops, but
managed- to. come- through when
heart failure threatened the Cub
Frank Schulte kicked one of
his home runs into the seventh
inning after the Sox had forged
ahead. This unsettled Walsh and.
the Cubs collected two more on
two hits and Rath's error.
The Sox had a great chance in
the ninth when Borton and East
erly reached first and third with
one out. Mattick fanned and Cal
lahan, who ran for Easterly; was
nipped off first by Archer.
Easterly batted for Zeider in
the ninth and registered his
eighth hit in nine times at bat.
Walsh and Sullivan crossed
each other in the seventh. Evers
was on first and Walsn failed to
see the ball when Sully returned
a pitch. The pill rolled to center
field and Evers ambled to second.
The police handling of the
crowd was poor. There were not
"enough coppers to control the'
fans and they crowded almost on
the heels of the infielders. The
game was stopped at one time.
Manager Chance's contract to
boss the Cilbs expires tomorrow.
If the National ' Leaguers don't
cop tihe cyty seribsV-'by-that time
Frank will be ina- delicate posi
Mordecai Brown, former main
stay of the Cubs, has been releas
ed to Louisville. - The miner has
not decided whether he will play
fnifehe minor league or retire from
The-game.' . " -'
LThet St. JLouis Browns and
'Cardinals have the habit". They
played a 2-to-2 game yesterday,
Steele of the Nationals outpitchy
, mg Hanftlton.
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