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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 26, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 10

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American League .
W. L. Pet. W. L. Pet.
Wash'n. 47 40.534
Detroit 47 45-511
SLLouis39 49.443
Phila... 19 62.235
National League
W. L. Pet. W. L. Pet
N.York 5137.5S0
Boston 49 38.563
Clevl'd. 50 39.562
Chicago 49 40 .551
Br'klyn 48 32.600
Boston 43 35.551
Phila.. 44 36.550
Chicago 43 45 .489
N.York. 39 42.481
Pittsb'h 38 42.475
Cinc'ti. 36 52.409
American League. Chicago 13,
New York 8; Cleveland 5, Boston 4;
tDetroit 6, Washington 5; St. Louis
i8, Philadelphia 3.
National League. Chicago 3, Bos-
-ton 2.
Ralph De Palma made the first en
f tries yesterday for the Speedway
Grand Prix race, to be run on the
board course at Maywood, Aug. 19.
The Italian speeder stopped over
in Chicago for the day on his way
to Tacoma, where he is scheduled to
start in the 300-mile monta-niara-thon
a week from Saturday, and
nominated two cars for the local gold
cup event One of his entries is the
Mercedes that he has been cam
paigning this season. The other is a
new mount that he has been working
on in Detroit since the first of the
Peter J. Peel has been re-elected
president of the Chicago and District
Soccer league. Alec Peterson was
elected vice president and Wilbur
Cummings secretary and treasurer.
Al Lindauer and Heath Byford
won their matches in the Illinois
state tennis tournament.
Bat Levinsky, after a vacation of
almost a week, licked Tommy Burke
in 12 rounds at St. Louis. Levinsky
ibbed Burke into submission and
1 him in a bad way several times.
By Mark Shields
Should the White Sox fail to take
three out of four games from the
league-leading Yankees they will be
overlooking a grand opportunity to
improve themselves in the standing
of the clubs. The Yan.is are in a bad
way and should be comparatively
easy for any team that plays bright
baseball and improves every oppor
tunity that comes its way. -
If Donovan can take his team
through the west and get back to his
home lot without losing ground he
will have performed a miracle, for
he has a club that is woefully
patched because of injuries to stars
of high degree.
His four regular outfielders Mai
sel, High, Magee and Gilhooley are
all on the hospital list High attempt
ed to play yesterday, but limped so
badly in the outfield that he had to
be lifted. A substitute is playing
third base and the pitching staff is
also on the hummer. Caldwell had
to stand the gaff yesterday because
Donovan had. no dependable man to
send to his rescue.
In the outfield1 were Rube Oldring,
a veteran who is slowing up; Mullen,
a first baseman, and Bauman, a sec
ond baseman. Even under these dif
ficulties the Yanks are furnishing in
terest to the fans through their
fighting determination and the way
they come from behind portends bet
ter things when the regulars are 0
back in harness.
Magee will be able to play here and
Maisel may also recover sufficiently
to go to work.
Reb Russell is an iron man, a will
ing horse who thrives on hard Work
and lots of it. But even the Texas
southpaw can be given too much to
do, as he plainly showed yesterday.

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