OCR Interpretation


The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 03, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 9

Image and text provided by University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83045487/1915-09-03/ed-1/seq-9/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

VlPVPPPVPPVpWpmPM
BOXING SPORTS OF ALL SORTS BASEBALU
Bob Gardner of Hinsdale is the lone
hope of the west in the national ama
teur golf tournament at Detroit The
Chicagoan today meets Max Marston
of Baltusrol in the semi-finals, the
other match being between John G.
Anderson and Sherrill Sherman, both
easterners.
Never before in a tournament of
national scope has there been so
much uncertain playing. Golf that
would hate been mediocre in previous,
tournaments has been good enough
to carry three of the semi-finalists
this far. Medal scores, as a general
run, have been painfully high. Mars
ton won yesterday with two rounds
over 80. Every man but Gardner
went over 80 on one round.
Gardner has played the most con
sistent golf of the meeting. He has
been up and in with every opponent
ana played his short game with sure
ness and certainty of location. Few
of his tee shots have been poor, and
his recoveries show he has the tem
perament to discount a temporary
setback.
Should Gardner win today against
Marston he will be a big favorite for
the honors. His win over Ned Saw
yer yesterday, 7 and 6, insured him
a large following.
Tennis stars had an easy time in
the national championship at Forest
Hills, N. Y. McLoughlin experiment
ed against Beekman and was always
strong enough when he needed a
rally. Williams won easily. Ward
Dawson was the only Californian to
fall, C. J. Griffin, another native son,
putting him out
Frankie Smart and Charley Grant,
two local amateur 125 pounders, will
clash in one of the main bouts of
the weekly boxing shows at the
Forbes gymnasium tonight
Ruby Hirsch, the local feather
weight, and Freddie Enck of Aurora
have been matched to box fifteen
rounds before a club near Aurora on
Sept 15.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
National League
W. L. Pet W. L. Pet
Phila.. 68 52 .567StLouis 61 65 .484
Br'klyn 67 57.540IN.York. 56 63.471
Boston 63 57 .525Pittsb'h 59 67.468
Chicago 59 60 .496Cincin'ti 55 67 .451
American League
W. L. Pet W. L. Pet
Boston 81 39 .675N.York. 56 63 .471
Detroit 82 43 .OlStLouis 48 75 .390
Chicago 73 50 .593Clevel'd 47 75 .385
Wash'n 63 58.521Phila... 36 83.303
Federal League
W. L. Pet W. L. Pet
Pittsb'h 69 54 .561KCity.. 65 59 .524
Newark 66 52 ,559Buffalo. 61 68 .473
St.Louis68 56 .548lBrook'n 57 69 .452
Chicago 67 59 .532Balt ... 42 78 .350
RESULTS YESTERDAY
National League. Philadelphia 3,
New York 1; Philadelphia 2, New
York 0; Brooklyn 10,. Boston 1; St
Louis 7, Pittsburgh 2.
American League. Detroit 8, Chi
cago 6; Boston 8, Philadelphia 3; New
York 1, Washington 0; St Louis 4,
Cleveland 2.
Federal League. Chicago 5, Kan
sas City 2; Newark 9, Buffalo 1; St
Louis 4, Pittsburgh 3; Baltimore 2,.
Brooklyn 1.
Three rousing cheers by the White
Sox athletes. They don't have to
play baseball, or an excuse for it, in
Detroit again this season.
Eleven times the Sox have met the
Tigers in their own lair, and one
lone game fell to. the Rowland peo
ple. Why they vere not as generous
as usual and failed to kick that one
away is still a mystery. Xbe work
they have done in Detroit would nev
er win a pennant They have been
poor when they had excellent chances
to cop. The scores show that.
In the three games the Sox scored
18 runs, an average of six runs, per
contest, but they foozled and bungljd.
. .. v Wlll
Mittlttili

xml | txt