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climb to 'the top. Prophesies they
would win the pennant were based
on such an achievement.
Now the east has gone away and
we are in third place. By winning
three straight from Detroit the lo
cals might pull themselves into first
place before their next trip, but the
achievement -is doubtful. Boston in
the meanwhile will be playing three
games against Washington, an easy
The White Sox won all the games
they deserved, considering their
playing. New York, crippled, should
never have had an even break, and
Washington has no license to split
four games with a real ball club, as
Clark Griffith discovered in three
other western cities.
As the lines draw tighter the club
seems to lose its dander. There is
a slight air of panic apparent in the
play of some of the noble athletes.
When it is considered that the eight
charity games with Mack's people
have been left behind and that we
have no more games with them from
this on than the other clubs, down
goes Sox stock. A team must be
able to jJlay even with the leaders
' and soundly whip the trailers to be
in the hunt. The leaders thump us,
and two second division clubs broke
Yesterday's game was a night
mare. Ed Collins, Schalk, Reb JEtus
sell and Ness did things that are not
seen on pennant-winning ball cjubs.
And some of the strategy was sadly
awry. Joe Jackson got four wasted
hits, any one of which might have
won a ball game the day before.
Heinie Zimmerman thought it
would rain in Brooklyn yesterday, so
did not report at the park, remaining
at his home in the Bronx. The game
was postponed, but that didn't save
Heinie a fine of ?50, which Manager
Tinker slapped, on for the great one's
Zim started this season playing
great ball. He was batting at the
best early season clip fit his career,
fielding well, not quarreling with the
umpires, and acting generally like a
regular person. The strain was too
much. Zim has concluded that he is
washing time giving his best efforts
to such a bunch and it pains him to
.associate with such punk players.
All of which has strengthened talk
that he will be traded if the club can
get something worth while for him.
A player with his heart in the game,
willing to work "for the common
good, would be more valuable, even
though he is not labeled, a "great"
The Cubs get out of the east today
after a double-header and will be
glad to escape with their lives. They
have won four games, lost ten and
Tigers ran bases wild, thumping
Macks. Cobb hit homer.
Browns cleaned series from Wash
ington, Koob allowing ve hits. La-'
van's triple scored three runs. .
Lambeth, recruit, pitched first
game for Cleveland and gave Yanks
five hits. Speaker got triple and sin
Toney held Phils to three hits, but
errors" beat him. Mayer pitched his .
j first game in weeks, stopping Beds
witn five nits.
New York beat St. Louis and .
Cleveland downed St. Paul, leaving,
those two winners and Chicago un
defeated in the Union Printers' Na
tional baseball tournament at In
dianapolis. Chicago will play New
York today and the winner will go
against Cleveland for the title. SLi
Paul has been chosen as the next?
tournament city. President McGow
an of Chicago was re-elected to head -the
Jo Loomis, Chicago track athlete,
has been selected to run in games in
Sweden to be held Oct. 3-19. Ted
tAIeredith will also make the trip.
Deming vs. Rautenbush and Nel-f
son vs. Patterson are the pairings
for the semi-finals in the city golf
tournament today at Jackson park.
The former match holds the greater '
1 interest, as each player is a former -