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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 26, 1916, NOON EDITION, Image 5

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BOXING SPORTS OF ALL SORTS-BASEBALL
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
National League
W. L. Pet W. L. Pet.
Br'klyn 17 10 .630 Chicago 16 19 .457
Phila. . 18 12 .600 StLouis 16 19 .457
Boston 15 13 .536 Cinc'ti. 16 20 .444
N.York 15 13 .536 Pittsb'h 13 20.394
American League
W. L. Pet W. L. Pet.
Clevl'd. 22 12 .647 Chicago 14 19 .424
Wash'n, 21 12 .636 Phila. .. 13-18 .418
N.York 16 13 .552 Detroit. 13 20.394
Boston 17 15 .531 StLouis 12 19 .387
. 4 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
National League. Cincinnati 8,
Chicago 4; Pittsburgh 5, Brooklyn 0.
American League. Chicago 3,
Washingtonu 3; Boston 5, Detroit 2;
New York 7, St. Louis 5.
Rollie Zeider says he will gladly
play for the Cubs for nothing if the !
club will pay his chiropodist bilL f
Martin Sheridan's seven-foot ath
lete just over from Ireland has claim--ed
the world's high heavyweight
championship.
The man who isn't always on his
toes is usually on his friends'.
Now that the 15-mile walk record
has been smashed we can't wait until
we learn the batteries for the first
World's series game.
Boston's patriotic citizenry has
volunteered to raise 200,000 men
should war be declared, yet the same
city failed to raise Tris Speaker in
March.
Baseball magnates in the "Three
I" league say if the weather man
doesn't reform soon they'll have to
take summary action.
To all intents and purposes Big Six
Mathewson still measures up to a
full half dozen.
Speaking of golf reminds there is
nothing in a name. Henry Topping
continues to win on the- links.
SOX HOME TOMORROW STILL
FAIL TO HIT
By Mark Shields
Tomorrow the White Sox will be
out on the South Side lot, still, ac
cording to their box score records,
suffering from a pitiful weakness
with the bat We are told that the
rumors that radical shake-ups and
the possibility of the sale of several
men has had a psychological effect
on the playing of the Hose, and that
since that story got out one game
has been won and one tied.
But just notice that in 14 innings
yesterday the Sox made a total of
five blows and had two of their runs
blown home on errors; and this psy
chological stuff is given a jab where
it" lives. Ed Collins got two hits, and
Schalk, McMullin and Jackson one
each. Thirteen noble athletes fanned,
one, Johnson accounting for six of
them in the last four and two-thirds
innings, only one hit being made in
that time.
. In the tenth Schalk was on second
base with one out, but Johnson
fanned Ness and John Collins.
Of their ten games in the east the
Sox copped four, which' does not
mean any rise in the percentage col
umn and gives no prospects of a
world's series crowd on the South
Side next fall. Ed Collins appears to
be emerging from his batting slump,
but the other men are still as badly
in the dumps and it seems to make
no difference whether they are op
erating against a southpaw or a reg
ular pitcher. Washington used three
pitchers yesterday, a pair of left
handers and Johnson, but the attack
against each brand of pitching was
equally futile.
Cleveland comes tomorrow for two
games and the Sox will do well at
this stage of the proceedings to take
one. Jim Scott is being groomed for
one crack at the league leaders, hay

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