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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 12, 1913, Image 8',
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BOXING ALL THE LATEST DOPE BASEBALL
White Sox in Worse Straits for
Pitchers Than Cubs.
Dundee and White Fight Tonight
Sunday Ball" in Lincoln Park. .
; Johnnie Dundee, the New York
battler, who fought Johnny Kilbane
. to a standstill for the featherweight
i championship, makes his real debut
as a lightweight in Los Angeles to-
night. The fight is of particular in-
;, terest here, as Jack White, a well-
thought of local boy, is to be Dun-
( dee's opponent,
j The men will fight at catch
l weights, but each will be under the
lightweight limit. Dundee practically
I fought his way to the top of the
feather ladder, and when there were
I no more men to battle .he took on
J weight and prepared for the light
weights. If he can get the verdict
j over White he will probably be given
r a shot at Ad Wolgast.
Carl Morris, the original white
, hope, put Fred McKay away in the
i third round at Winnipeg last night,
; and almost acted like a fighter whle
i doing it. Morris judged distance well
and timed his blows accurately. A
! left to the jaw followed by a right
j to the chin finished the New Yorker.
! Lincoln Park is to become a real
( recreation spot Sunday afternoons.
' Billy Niesen, the semi-pro manager,
newly appointed superintendent of
the park, has announced that, start
! ing next Sunday, two ball games will
be allowed on each diamond every
Sunday afternoon. Permits must be
secured through the superintendent
of playgrounds and no team will be
granted more than two permits in
any month. For the first game per
mits will be good from 1:30 to 3:45
and for the second from 4 to 6.
Rube Schauer, the sensational
pitcher of the Superior, Northern
League, team, for whom the Giants
paid a fancy price, left the bush to
day for New York. He was licked, 2
to 0, by La Crosse yesterday in his
-- A -
Philadelphia, 8; Chicago, 5.
Cleveland, 6; Washington, 1.
Detroit, '6; Boston, 2.
New York, 6; St. Louis, 2.
Pittsburgh, 1-13; Cincinnati, 3-1.
Kansas City, 2; Indianapolis, 0.
Minneapolis, 3; Louisville, 0.
Toledo, 4; Milwaukee, 2.
Columbus, 6; St. Paul, 4. .. -
" Federal League.
Pittsburgh, 11; Chicago, 8.
No other games scheduled.
I -If any one three months ago had
prophesied the time would come this
season when the Sox would be up
against it for pitchers he would have
been hustled off to the insane court,
a jury would have voted him a resi
dence in a padded cell and his per
manent address would have been
But he would be entitled to his lib
erty today, for the dire prediction has
Three months ago Russell had
made good emphatically. He was an
added starter in a large and suppos
edly competent field, made up of
Cicotte, Scott, Benz, Walsh, White,
Lange and a few recruits. The com
bination looked like the best aggre
gation of pitching talent ever gath
ered under one tent. Then things
began to happen. .
First, Walsh was unable to get in
condition. The big spit worked one
or two good games, but the old speed
was lacking, the spitter was minus
its break and Ed was undependable.
When he started a game the specta
cle of the rescuer being rescued was
to be. expected. He was given a rest
to bring him back to form, but every