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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 02, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 11

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Official American league batting
averages, out today, show the fol
lowing .300 hitters and the rating of
the remaining White Sox players:
AB. R. H. Pet
Speaker, Cleve 546 102 211 .386
Cobb, Detroit 542 113 201 .371
Spencer, Detroit . . 54 7 20 .370
Jackson, Chicago .592 91 202 .341
Rumler, St Louis. 37 6 12 .324
Strunk, Phila, 544 71 172 .316
ELCollins, Chicago. 545 87 168 .308
Gardner, Boston . .493 47 152 .308
Veach, Detroit ...566 92 173 .306
Sisler, St Louis ...580 83 177 .305
Fetech, Chicago ..546 73 164 .301
Ness 258 32 6& .267
McMullin 187 8 48 .257
Liebold 82 .5 20 .244-
J. Collins 527 74 128 .243
Fournier 313 36 75 .240
Schalk 410 36 95 .232
Weaver 582 78 132 .227
Von Kolnitz 44 1 10 .227
Lynn ,.. 40 4 9 .225
Wolfgang 40 2 9 .225
Cicotte 57 6 12 .212
Murphy 105 14 22 .210
Lapp 101 6 21.208
Terry 269 20 51 .190
Russell 91 9 13 .142
Williams 74 5 10 .135
Faber 63 .4 6 .095
Cobb topped basestealers with 68.
Ed Collins led the Sox with 40 and
Schalk swiped 30. Speaker led in
doubles with 41, Jackson in triples
with 21 and Pipp in homers with a
dozen. Felsch knocked seven .four
baggers. Shotton of the Browns gdt
111 passes and Pipp fanned 82 times.
Charley White gave Stanley Yoa
kum a terrific mauling in ten rounds
at New York, but the Denverite was
on his feet at the finish. White bump
ed his left into Yoakum's chin re
peatedly, but it failed to stop the
westerner. He was badly marked at
the finish.
Faculty representatives of western
conference colleges are meeting here
today to consider plans for spring
and fall athletics aond adopt any
pew rules regiiired. Schedules for
next fall's football games will be
drafted and a baseball schedule will
also be arranged.
Arrangements have been com
pleted for a football game between
De Paul Academy and Somerville
High at Boston Dec. 9.
Cioni was an easy winner of the 10
mile professional roller race at River
view. Kimm was second and Kruger
third.
Igorrotes will play. Kenmore eleven
tomorrow afternoon at De Paul field.
Basketball Scores.
. I. A. C. 35, Hamlin 22:
Y. M. C. A. 77, Crane 10.
MOSTLY ANYTHING
It appears that the gas company's
smear of highfalutin' newspaper ads
was "gas" about gas.
They should have been a little
more considerate and pulled off all
their hot air in the winter time, when
it cauldbetter be appreciated.
Maybe this will interest you. Of
ficiahcanvass of vote in New Hamp
shire, just announced, gives Wilson
plurality of 56.
By George, there was an election
a few weeks ago.
Football practically has both feet
in the grave for this season.
Billy Moorhouse, commissioner of
public works, forgot he quit and was
on the job Friday.
'Snice to be fixed 'in such a way
that you can't keep track of your
jobs.
Rog Bresnahan, who runs the To
ledo American ass'n ball team, was
in Chicago yesterday for a confab
with Joe Tinker. He's after a pitch
er so it apPierce. -
If it is true that "true love never
runs smooth," there is a heap of
"true love" fioatin' around loose in
Chi., judging from the love and alien
ation suits that have broken into the
-news lately.
Some "funny fella" wrote and

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