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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 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. Pet
Br'klyn 67 40.626
Boston 6142.592
Phila.. 63 44 .589
N.York B3 56.491J
Pittsb'h 49 58.458
Chicago 51 62 .451
St Louis 51 64 .443
Cinc'ti. 43 7837i
'American League '
W. L. Pet. W. L.
Pet
Bostoii 67 47.588
Chicago 65 52 .556
Detroit 64 54.542
Clevl'd. 62 53.539
StLouiB 63 54 .538
N.York. 6iB3.535
Wash'n. 54 58.478
Phila... 23 87.209
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Natibnal League. Chicago 5,
Brooklyn 3; Boston 2, Cincinnati 1;
St Louis 1, New York 0; Pittsburgh
6, Philadelphia 3; Pittsburgh 2,
Philadelphia 1.
American League. New York 6,
Chicago 2; BoBton 4, Cleveland 0;
St Louis 4, Washington 1; Detroit 7,
Philadelphia 1.
" "" .
Silent Martin employs deaf mute
seconds when hes fighting in the
ring. One broke two fingers the
other night Bhouting encouragement
to his employer.
Now that it has been officially de
termined that the ardhery tourna
ment will not interfere with the
world's series or the presidential
election the world may again breathe
at ease.
Bill Shakespeare once said youth
will have its fling. If there's any
lurking suspicion as to the truth Of
this statement just ask Eddie Plank.
All but two of the champion horse
shoe pitchers met the other day in a
tournament in Cleveland. We can't
accoUnt for the absence of Nap
Rucke'r and Al Demaree.
"Lobert batted for Kauff in the
ninth" reads a line in & recent box
score. Unless we have boOteu the
dope, the Kauff mentioned above is
he same guy who was going to show
;? Ty Cobb.
2IM NOT TO BE TRADED FOR A
BAT BAG HOFMAN BACK
By Mark Shields
Helnie Zimmerman is not for trade
unless tne Cubs get something in re
turn that will build up the team and
help make it a pennant contender
for next season. That much is plain
from the failure of George Stallings
Boston manager, to do business with
Weeghman and Tinker yesterday. .
Statllngs wants Zim badly. The
German, playing as he is capable,
Would make the Braves a one best
bet for the pennant in the National ,
league. But the Boston people want
to strengthen their team without
giving anything in return. They
Were rudely turned doai.
Zimmerman has started to play
some baseball again. Heihie is .pop-
ular with the fans, they like to see
mm oai anu neia, duc ne aiscoverea
during his recent spell of tempera
ment that the baseball follower's are
not with a fellow who doeS not do his
best on all occasions.
It Is problematical whether the re
recant panning of the Bronx man
willhurt his plaving here. The way
he has come back under the criticism
makes it appear no damage has been
dbne. in fact, it has resulted in an
improvement. This is the heaviest
censure 2im has ever drawn from
local people.
Tinker is not averse to trades that
will better his club. He plainly in
dicated that when he let Prank
Schulte go. There may be a differ
ence of opinion among fans as to the
wisdom Of Tinker's moves, but there
is no fault to find With his intent
There Is no question of the weak
ness of the present outfit Some of
the poor showing, of course, is due
to injuries to good outfielders. The
teamwould be in better position if
Williams and Kelly had not been'out
of the game for a long period.
But that has no bearing on the U
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