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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 17, 1913, Image 9

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Both-win,- so- where does the pop
eyed "dope .hold good? . . d i
Rain' prevented the completion of
I'll take my chances on -getting
enough games from the second dm-
sion to win with," is Mack's maxim.
Rube Oldring, veteran left fielder
of the Athletics, who has been a fac
tor with his bat in keeping the Mack?
men in the American League race
this year. He will be one of the main
cogs in the attack of the Giants as
planned by Connie Mack.
ik, v
m ' if
the Giant-Cub schedule. "Twenty-two
garnet .were "carded, -Tmt "the twjsnty
secoijd,.caritJSe. played, as-there are
no mpreopeh-clatgs while.ihe Giants
'are, in the. West
McGfawjgave us a sight of AI
Demaree"iyester.day,-forv4ie" first time
this year; Al'Isa'Chicagoan, but he
has not been allowed to pitch in his
home ,towh .for'some unknown rea
son. It dertaioly'was not because he
is ineffective against the Cubs, as he
has beaten -hem in New York, and
only allowed one hit in the four in
nings that were torn off yesterday
before ialn cut the pastime short
Johnny Evers is worried about the
White Sox." This may sound funny
to any American League managers
but Connie Mack and Clarke Grifiith,
but it is. a fact The West Side boss
is undecided what kind of; pitching
to shoot, at Callahan's crew in the
coming city series. .
He has-two left-handers "qi note,
j. .i,tf r.i

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