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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 22, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 10

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BASEBALL SPORTS OF ALL SORTS BOXING
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
National League
W. L. Pet. ,.W. L. PcL
Cinc'ti. 26-28.481
Chicago 25 29 .463
Pittsb'h 2128.429
SLLouis 23 32.418
American League
W.L. Pet. W. L.
Br'klyn 29 19 .604
Phila. . 30 20.600
N.York 25 23.521
Boston 24 24.500
Clevl'd. 32 24.571
Detroit 31 23.571
Wash'n 30 23 .566
N.York 29 24.547
Pet
Boston. 28 27.509
Chicago 26 28 .481
SLLouis 24 31 .436
Phila... 15 35.300
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
National League. Cincinnati 4,
Chicago 3; Cincinnati 3, Chicago 2;
Boston 5, New York 4.
American League. St Louis 11,
Chicago 1; St Louis 2, Chicago 1;
Boston 2, New York 0; Detroit 3,
Cleveland 0.
Here is the way the National
league is going to wind up this year:
New York, Brooklyn, Boston, Cin
cinnati, Philadelphia, Chicago, St
Louis and Pittsburgh.
How do we know? We put the
eight teams on slips of paper and
drew for positions.
Do not place any bets on the re
sult, although it doesn't look so
worse.
No matter how Zimmerman hap
pened to hurt his shoulder, it is sure
encouraging to know that he'll be
back in the game in a few days.
Indoor sports: Counting the hits
New York made off Red Sox Foster.
Light occupations: Blowing up
balloons.
The main light occupation of Cincy
yesterday was blowing up Chicago
pitchers.
Kohlemainen, noted long distance
runner, plied his favorite sport when
his regiment called him.
He'd rather be a live coward than
a dead hero. But now he faces a
court-martial
HEINE ZIMMERMAN CERTAINLY
IS MISSED FROM CUB LINE-UP
North Side fans who have failed
to give Heine Zimmerman the full
credit due him as star of the Cub
team should be a little wiser after Jjj
yesterday's disastrous double-header
with Cincinnati.
Rollie Zeider tried valiantly to fill
the shoes of the Great Zim, but was
luckless enough to figure in the play
that gave Herzog's team their win
ning tally in the second game.
The play occurred in the fifth in
ning. Archer whipped the ball to
third-to catch Herzog napping. Zei
der tried to grab it with one pawand
the ball went to the outfield, Herzog
scoring.
Zim's absence from the game due
to a lame shoulder gives the fans
many things to ponder over. Yester
day the entire Cub infield seemed to
play listless ball. There was a glar
ing lack of "pep" in their work.
One is forced to believe that Zim's
absence was an important cause of
this. Zim-this season has proven a
real field captain. He has been the
pacemaker in the playing. He has
been bubbling over with "pep" and
he has be.en an inspiration at bat
There were many occasions in
yesterday's double biil when the Cubs
might have checked the Reds if Zim
had been in the game with his fancy
fielding powers. There also were
many times when the Cubs were at
bat that a hitter of Zim's caliber
might have turned the tide in favor
of the North Siders. His absence
should indeed make some fans re- Q,
alize what he means to the Cubs.
Zim, who has a badly bruised '
shoulder, due to a fall at the home of
Jim Vaughn, expects to be out of the
line-up until Sunday.
Prendergast, who relieved Jim Lav
ender when the going got too rough
for the Giant Tamer, showed a lo$

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