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BASEBALL SPORTS OF ALL SORTS BOXING
SECOND GUESS BOYS BUSY
WITH CHICAGO MANAGERS
W. L. Pet
Boston 1" -0 1.000
Brooklyn 0 1 .000
Chicago Series (Final)
White Sox 4 0 1.000
Cubs 0 4 .000
St. Louis Series (Final)
Browns 4 1 .800
Cardinals 1 4 .200
Cicero 12, SS. Peter and Paul 2.
Waukegan 3, Roseland 0.
Normals 9, Chicago Giants 6.
South Chicago 5, Jake Stahls 3.
Gunthere 7, Logan Square 3.
Romeos 14, White Giants 3.
American Giants 12, Magnets 6.
Ren Tigers 8, Garden City 7.
Maplewood 15, B. A. Stores 1.
Olympia 3, Standard 1.
Beanconsfleld Teutonia 4.
Phil Sheridan 12, Grand Cross. 11,
Campbell Rovers 3, Swed. Amer. 3.
Corinthians 1, McDuffs 0.
Pullman 5, Slavia 0.
North Ends 12, Racine 0.
Hermitage Tigers 18, Fed. A. C. 0.
Hamburgs 14, East Side Mar. 3.
Stayms 7, Lexingtons 0.
Sidney Hatch, veteran distance
runner, is to make one more test of
his endurance before he lays aside
the spiked shoes. It was announced
yesterday by Coach Jesse Smith of
the Mystic Athletic club that Hatch
will run from Milwaukee to Chicago
Oct 17 in an effort to lower the rec
cord of 18 hours and 17 minutes for
the distance, now held by Al Corey.
He will leave Milwaukee at 8 o'clock
Tuesday night, finishing at the Mys
tic Athletic club at Madison and
Dearborn sts. shortly after noon the
next day. Doctors and members of
the Mystic A. C. will follow the vet
eran by automobile.
By Mark Shields
The local baseball season is dead,
but before the body was in its grave
"friends" of the deceased were busy
whacking up the estate. Right of "'
the reel a new manager was selected
for the Cubs, and, Clarence Rowland '
also tottered at the head of the White
So far these managerial changes
are merely matters of the mind and
are liable to remain so for some time,
even if changes are made. Tinker is
being ousted by the second guess
people because it is claimed he han
dled the material at hand poorly, and
Rowland draws their displeasure be
cause he failed to win a pennant
with the best roster of players Presi
dent Comiskey -ever provided for a
South Side manager.
This managerial shift received its
first impetus in the announcement
that Frank Chance would head the
National league club next season.
The story was good until Chance de
clared it was news to him, with the
afterthought that he didn't know
whether a trip back to the big show
would be to his liking.
Past performances do not show
Chance as a success with the present
North Side club. The Cubs must be
rebuilt Several changes are imper
ative and new men must be develop
ed. The infield must be worked over
and at least one man must be brought
forth. A hitting outfielder Is also a
badly needed commodity and one .,
more catcher would help. CU
Chance is not a developer of ma
terial. Give the' P. L. players who
have already arrived and he will get
as much work out of them as any
man in the game. But Frank him
self admitted after his experience
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