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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 16, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 10

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American League- . ,
W.L. Pet. W.L. Pet.
Boston 63 45 .583Detroit. 60 53.531
Clevl'd. 62 48 .564 N.York. 57 52.523
Chicago 62 49 .559 Wash'n 52 56 .481
St.Louis60 52.536lPliila... 22 83.210
National League
W.L. Pet W.L. Pet
Br'klyn 63 38 .624
Boston 59 40.596
Phila.. 6142.592
NYork 52 50.510
Pittsb'h 46 55.455
Chicago 4660.434
StLouis 47 64 .423
Cincti. 43 68.367
American League. Boston 1,
Washington 0; New York 6, Philadel
phia 2.
National League. Boston 4,
Brooklyn 1; Philadelphia 1, New
York 0; Pittsburgh 1, St Louis 0;
Pittsburgh 2, St Louis 1.
Bobby Wallace and Eddie Plank
are the guys who put the age in
Nothing is impossible these days
for the baseball scouts. They only
had to dig about 12 feet in order to
exhume Artie Hofman and Bobby
Miller Huggins has acquired Short
stop Bonn from the Tacoma club.
Mebbe this bird will live down his
name when he joins the Cardinals.
It isn't the altitude of Colorado
that worries Freddie Welsh. He's
chiefly concerned about the altitude
of the purse.
National league umpires have com
plained to Pres. Tener that the Bos
ton players are still using the hidden
bawl trick from the bench.
Yes, Molla Bjurstedt possesses a
weakness in playing doubles. It's her
Spike Kelly knocked out Kid Mack
in the second round at Aurora. The
fans claimed the referee counted
eight and that Mack was on his. feet'
By Mark Shields
From now until the end of the play
ing season on the North Side we can
expect a procession of ambitious
youngsters seeking to make good in
the national pastime as displayed in
the more or less major league.
Manager Tinker has arrived at the
conclusion that some of the material
he now has is not capable of stand
ing the gaff. He needs at least one
more infielder, a guardian for second
base. And it is barely possible that
three new men could be used for the
inner defense.
Manager Joe is dissatisfied with
the deportment of Heinie Zimmer
man and would not be averse to a
deal that would give him a new
guardian for the difficult corner, a
man who would play with interest
in the game and for the good of the
team. Wortman has still to solidify
himself in the shortstop position and
is doing so.
Saier has not been a star at first
base. "
Flack, Mann, Williams and Kelly
are good outfielders, but another
garden guardian is needed, prefer
ably a fellow who bats right-handed
and -can hit the pitching of either
No new pitchers are needed. The
.present staff has performed capably.
It made a late start, mainly due to
the cool weather encountered on the
North Side grounds early in the sea
son. But since the sun wanned
things up the hurlers have been as
staid and effective as any staff in the
league, not barring Brooklyn and
Pitchers Pete Stand ridge and
George Zabel have been recalled by
the Cubs from Los Angeles. They
will not report until spring. Out
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