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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 22, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 11

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STANDING OF THE CLUBS
National League
W. L. Pet W.
Phila.. 8159.579
Boston 76 65 .539
Br'klyn 75 65 .536
Pittsb'h 69 76 .476
Cincin'ti 67
StLouis 69
Chicago 65
N.York. 64
American League
W. L. Pet W.
L.Pct
74 .475
77 .473
73 .471
77 .454
Boston 93 45.674
Detroit 92 51.643
Chicago 82 60 .577
Wash'n 78 61 .561
L.Pct
76 .453
82 .418
87 .383
Phila... 40 99.288
N.York. 63 '
StLouis 59 -Clevel'd
541
Federal League
W. L. Pet
Pittsb'h 80 60 .571
Chicago 78 63 .553
StLouis 77 65 .542
Newark 73 66 .525
KCity. 72
Buffalo. 70
Brook'n 69
Bait... 45
L.Pct
68 .514
73 .490
75 .479
94.324
BASEBALL SPORTS OF ALL KINDS BOXING
see rosy clouds in the distance. Pitts
burgh took a game from Buffalo and
the effect of the double victory was
divided.
And those Cubs! Five thousand
Chicagoans hustled to the Cub park
to see the cellar battle yesterday. This
is not the crowd, they used to draw
when a championship was at stake,
but runs pretty good for teams in the
bottom of the heap. The Cubs and
Giants will always draw, however.
Too much Walter Johnson damp
ened the ardor of the Sox. Comis
key's swell team couldn't touch Wal
ter's slippery ones and the South Sid
ers were fortunate to score once.
Rather discouraging to lose so con
sistently with the swell bunch that
Comiskey has; but then a pennant
was never won by patching a team
at the end of the scrap. If 'his high
priced veterans are handing out the
ball they are playing this year when
the race starts in the spring, if the
boys get together and play the game
tqgejbher the Sox will hit the top
early and stay there.
.Larry Chappell and Red Shackel
ford are billed from Milwaukee to
Chicago in a deal between the Sox
and Brewers: Chappell is the same
$18,000 Larry who was sent back
after a long try-out with the Sox. Just
what they will do with him when
they( get him is uncertain. The dope
is ttiat he will go to Cleveland in the
deal which brought Jackson to the
South Side.
Football news is scarce. Coaches
are just looking 'em over behind the
fences and until practice really starts
little wjll be known of the merits o
players.
Five new ones started the grind at
Chicago U. They were belated mem
bers of last year's freshman squad.
Meanwhile, Stagg put Pete Russell,
captain, Kitty Gordon and Frank Per
shing, candidates for backfield posi
tions, at work punting. Russell"
showed well, but the other pair, new
RESULTS YESTERDAY
National League. New York 5,
Chicago 4; Chicago 5, New York 3;
Philadelphia 8, St Louis. 3; Philadel
phia 6, St Louis 1; Boston 4, Cincin
nati 2.
American League. Washington 7,
Chicago 1; Detroit 7, Philadelphia 5;
New York 3", St Louis 0; St -Louis 5,
New York 3.
Federal League. Chicago 6, New
ark 4; Chicago 9, Newark 6; Pitts
burgh 2, Buffalo 1; St Louis 5, Balti
more 2; Kansas City 4, Brooklyn 1.
Two mad scrambles for places in
the baseball jumble moved m Chicago
teams in their games yesterday.- The
Feds, with top in sight copped twice;
the Cubs, just a step from the bottom
of the National league ladder, split
with the Giants, the other candidate.
The Feds have some sort of chance
of. grabbing the "outlaw" honors this
year in spite of their horrible mid
summer drop. The North Siders, how
ever, must play almost perfect ball
if the Pittfeds plow along' at the rate
they are going.
The double win of yesterday was
a help to the Whale players, who sjUU
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