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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 05, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 10',
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BASEBALL SPORTS OF ALL SORTS-BOXING
STANDING OF THE CLUBS -National
w. T Pet W. L. Pet
iPittsb'h 58 67.464
StLouls 56 73 .434
Cinc'ti. 50 80.385
Amorir.nn I eacrne
W. T,. Pet. W. L. Pet."
Br'klyn 72 49.595
Phfla.. 72 49.595
N.York 58 60.492
Boston 73 54.575
Detroit 74 57.565
Chicago 72 58 .554
N.York 68 61.527
Rt.. Tenuis 69 62 .527
Clevel'd 68 63 .515
Wash'n. 64 63.504
Phila... 28 98.222
National League. Chicago 3, Cin
cincinnati 0; Cincinnati 10, Chicago
8; Boston 3, New York 2; New York
8, Boston 3; Philadelphia 2, Brooklyn
1; Philadelphia 10, Brooklyn 3; Pitts
burgh 7, St. Louis 0; Pittsburgh 2,
St Louis 0.
American League. Chicago 3, St
Louis 2; Chicago 2, St Louis 1; Bos
ton 7, New York 1; New York 4, Bos
ton 3; Detroit 7, Cleveland 5; Detroit
11, Cleveland 8; Washington 2, Phil
adelphia Q; Washington 3, Philadel
Magnets 5, Garden City 3.
Braves 4, Chicago Heights 1.
.American Giants 5, Cubans 4.
O. Speedboys 7, Humb. A. C. 3.
South Chicago 6, Grand Cross'g 0.
, SS. Peter and Paul 10, Ashland 1.
Ragen A- C. 6, Southwest Bank 1.
Eclipse 4, Merrimacs 3.
Romeos 15, Rex Tigers 3.
Normals 7, Eclipse 1.
South Side 16, West Side 4.
Cicero 5, Marquettes 0.
Logan Sq. 7, Galligans 5.
Rogers Park 2, Hammond 1.
Bill Rautenbush, Garfield Park, set
a new 72-hole mark of 288 in play
for permanent possession of the
Post cup at Jackson park. Rauten
bush also set a new 18-hole record
lor the course at 66.
SOX ROAD TRIP A SUCCESS
DETROIT IN GOOD POSITION
By MaFk Shields
Even the heavens weep in sympa
thy with the kids when school opens.
Three straight games from St
Louis made the road trip of the
White Sox a success, ten victories
being recorded against nine defeats.
Tomorrow the Rowlands come home
to open against the Cleveland In
dians in a long stand that covers 20
games. The Sox today stand exact
ly where they were when they in
vaded Boston nearly three weeks
ago, twp and a half games from the
But thefly in the ointment is the
position of the Detroit Tigers, a
game and a half above the Sox and
off on one 6f the fighting rampages
that made the Tigers of old unbeat
able. Jennings has two or three
pitchers in xeffective form and the
other slabsters receive such batting
support that they do not need to hurl
The three straight defeats for the
Browns pushed Jones' people two
and a half games behind the Sox, but
St Louis is not out of the running.
The team hasa protracted series at
home and is in position to start such
a drive that brought it from seventh
place during Is last home stand.
From a-Sox standpoint, the most
encouraging feature of yesterday
was the pitching of Joe Benz, who
allowed three -hits and fanned ten.
Should Joe be able to duplicate this
feat against other teams than the
"Browns and Macks he enhances the
chance of the Rowlands 'to land in
As the teams stack up now, De
troit looks the best of the westerners.
Jennings' crew has walloped every
thing it has faced recently. It
pushed back Cleveland easily and
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