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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 10, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 9

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BASEBALL SPORTS OF ALL SORTS BOXING
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
American League
W. L. Pet W. L. Pet.
ClevlU 27 19 .5S7Detroit. 23 23.500
Wash'n 25 19 .56SChicago 19 23.452
N.York 2419.558St.Louis20 25.444
Boston 23 22.511Phila... 15 26.366
National League
W. L. PcL W. L. Pet.
Br'klyn 24 15 .615Boston. 20 22 .476
N.York 22 18 .550 Cinc'ti . 22 25.468
Phila.. 23 19 .548jPittsbh 20 23.465
Chicago 22 24 .478 St.Louis 20 27 .426
' YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
American League. Washington 7,
Cleveland 4; St. Louis 3, New York 2;
Detroit 6, Boston 5.
National League. No games; rain.
Nobody laughs at the Athletics this
season despite their display of Witt
A gent from Serbia played chess
for five and a half hours the other
night blindfolded. That's the way
we like to watch chess blindfolded.
The Bronx is 300 years of age. It
was a long time getting on the map.
Think how slow it was in develop
ing Heinie Zimmerman.
Willie Hoppe rises to remark that
variety is the spice of life. There
fore he will play George Sutton some
more billiards.
Jack Britton has annexed the wel
terweight championship, but now
that he's got it what is he going to
do with it?
A lot of those college graduates
being signed up for the major leagues
will figure in the AB column, at any
rate.
Now that Bill Brennan is umpiring
in the Three-I league he will need a
third optic to keep watch of the pop
bottle peggers.
The woman tennis player who
goes iiito the finals in any old tour
nament these days must feel suffo
cated with pleasure over her chances
against Molla Bjurstedt,
WASHINGTON OPENS FIVE-GAME
SERIES WITH WHITE SOX
By Mark Shields
Clark Griffith's Washington team
arrived today for five battles with
the White Sox and. a hot series is
assured if the weather man turns off
the spray. In this set-to the locals
will have to meet Harry Harper and
Joe Boehling, southpaws, and Wal
ter Johnson. Probably one of the
southpaws will pitch a pair of games.
That outlay furnishes enough
competition for any club, and espe
cially for the Sox, who have not been
strong against southpaws, even th6
right-ihanded batsmen having diffi
culty with the off-side dingers.
However, Rowland will have in the
field the best line-up he has present
ed this season and one likely to work
with regularity, which means an in
crease of teamwork and general ef
ficiency. Ness will play first against
any kmd of pitching, according to
present plans, and John Collins will
be stationed in right field. McMul
lin goes back to third and Buck
Weaver resumes operations at
shortstop.
Pitching members of the cast have
had an excellent rest. Joe Benz has
had even too much, and the butche?
boy may need a few innings to re-locate
his control. Ed Cicotte has re
covered from an injury and is about
ready to work again. Eddie has been
a good card against Washington, and
his craftsmanship is sadly needed.
Red Faber is slated to pitch a couple
of times against Washington. He is
the guy who beat them in their own
town. Wolfgang may also get a
whack at the Griffs, for twice in
Washington he pitched as good an
article of ball as could be asked.
Griffith has many new faces on his
team this season, Jamieson, Ron
deau and Judge all being new to
these parts in big league uniforms

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