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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 05, 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.
Chicago 67 86.438
91 61 .599Pittsb'h 65 89 .422
SLLouis 6093 .392
Cinc'ti. 60 93.392
American League
W.L. Pet W.L. Pet.
Br'klyn 98 60.608
Phila..
Boston 88 63.583
N.York 86 65.570
Boston 9163.591
StL' s.79 75.513
Chicago 89 65 .578 Clevl'd 77 77.500
Detroit 87 67 .565 Washn 76 77.497
N.York 80 74 .519 Phila.. 36117.235
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
American League. New York 4,
Washington 3; New York 5, Wash
ington 1.
National League. New York 4,
Brooklyn 3; Philadelphia 7, Boston 5.
FACTS ON CITY SERIES
First Game
Paid attendance 17,250
Probable attendance 18,000
Total receipts $10,747.74
Nationakeom'n's share . . . 1,074.74
Players' share 5,803.51
Each-club's share 1,934.51
Yesterday's result White Sox, 8;
Cubs, 2.
POST-SEASON STANDINGS
Chicago Series
W. L. Pet.
White Sox 1 0 1.000
Cubs 0 1 .000
St. Louis Series
W. L. Pet.
Browns 1 0 1.000
Cardinals 0 1 .000
August Kieckhefer defeated Joe
Capron, 50 to 48, and won first mon
ey in the three-cushion billiard tour
nament at Bensingers.
Lee Axworthy, on the Lexington
"track, set a new trotting mark for
r-tallions when he covered a mile in
i 59.
SOX COMPLETELY OUTCLASS
CUBS IN CITY SERIES
By Mark Shields
Actual combat seems on the poii.t a
of backing up the dope after a sea-
son that has shattered all preconceived-notions
of what should hap
pen. .
Rowland's White Sox took the first
game of the city series from the
Cubs, .did it with comparative ease,
and bulked far above their opponents
on the score of class. For six innings
they waddled along in1 the ruck, but,
even fighting a rear-guard action,
they appeared superior to the North
Siders, and, once Jim Vaughn wa
vered, the game was a parade.
To win this civil 'strife Tinker '
needs airtight pitching. He used his
best bet yesterday and has no man
as capable as Vaughn to shoot
against the opposition for the re
mainder o the route. Jimmy Lav
ender is apt to turn in a finished bit
of boxwork, but it is no safe bet.
Hendrix was made to order for a
team that bats as the Sox do, and
McConnell would not fare much bet
ter. Packard, because he throws with
his left hand, may have a chance, but
the Sox have faced better Southpaws
th&n the Cub and driven them to
cover.
Rowland used one man, Russell.
Reb was hit narder than usual, but '
scattered the hits. Now Rowland
has other competent men remaining
and may not have to use the Texas f j
southpaw again. Paber is ready and
has a delivery thatwill baffle many
of the right-handed batsmen of the
North Side. And he will trouble Cy
Williams, if Cy gets in the game. He
will not be easy for Vic Saier.
Eddie Cicotte is a woncerful city
Series pitcher and Claude Williams
and his wrong-handed stuff should
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