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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 23, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 10

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American League
W. L. Pet W. L. Pet
Chicago 8 2 .800StLouis 4. 6 .400
Boston. 6 2 .750Wash'n. 3 5 .375
N.York. 4 3 .571 Pbila. .. 3 6 .333
Clevl'd. 5 5 .500 Detroit 3 7 .300
National League
W. L.Fct v -W. L.Pct
N.York. 6 2 .750Cincti. 6 6 .500
StLouis8 3 .727Phila... 3 5 .375
Boston. 5 3 .625 Pittsb'h 3 9 .250
Chicago 6. 5. .545 Br'klyn. 2 6 .250
American League. Chicago 3,
St Louis 2; Cleveland 4; Detroit 3.
National League. Cincinnati 7,
Cubs 4; St Louis 4, Pittsburgh 1.
Miscellaneous Scores
Merrimacs 4, Cragin 3.
Murleys 6, Albany' Park 4.
Hammond 14, Roseland 4.
Galligans 5, Rex Tigers 2.
Ciceros 3, Mutuals 1.
White Giants 2, Ideals 1.
American Giants 5, Jake Stahls 3.
Garden City 6, Logan Square 1.
All Stars 6, Ragens 5.
Grand Crossing 7, Chicago Gts. 5.
Joliet 7, Aurora 2.
Normals 8, South Chicago 4.
Mohawks 11, Magnets 2.
Garfield 12, Progressives 1.
St Albert 10, St. AJoyslus G.
Gary 4, Cardinals 3.
Felix Colts 15, Carnations 1.
Soccer Scores'
Corinthians 2, Swedish-Amer. 2.
McDuff-Brickies 3, Pullman 2. ,
Harvey 1, Caledonians 0.
Harvesters 3, St. George 1.
Lincoln Park 5, Washington Pk. L
A change in ownership has been a
tonic for the St. Louis Cardinals. Mil
ler Huggins has the club in second
place by a safe margin and it is play
ing good ball. Doak outpitched Ma
maux yesterday and Pittsburgh was
beaten. Cruise hit a double and two
singles and stole, two bases.
By Mark Shields
From the incomparable Examiner
we learn that Ray Hamilton started
to pitch for the Browns yesterday.
Probably supported by Clarence Sis
ler at first base and Harold Pratt at
second. Catcher 'Jones showed poor
judgment in picking his pitcher.
- Today the White Sox, after clean
ing up the St Louie Browns and De
troit, take a day off to prepare for a
session with the Cleveland Indians,
beginning tomorrow on the South
Side. Some of the athletes go to
Madison, Wis., for an exhibition
game today, but the majority are at
home going through muscle practice
and listening to a few pointers on
how their game can be improved.
Any team but the Browns, in their
present weakened condition, would
have beaten the Hose yesterday. Bui,
on the other hand, the locals had
openings enough to have driven
through runs enough to win any ball
game played. It was another case of
bad baserunning, a factor in Sox de
feat so many afternoons last sum
mer. And the strategy might-have been
better. Buck Weaver was ordered to
bunt Gandil home on a squeeze play.
Buck is not steady enough to be
chosen for the bat end of that effort
and Gandil was caught by several
feet, Weaver missing the balL '
Because a southpaw started for
the Browns, John Collins went to
right field for the Hose, stung a dou
ble and then nullified the excellent
wallop by some down-domed base
running. It was the second double
Shano had dampened in a couple of
days through poor work on the
Overcoming these bits of bad play
shone the spirit of the revamped
Hose. They are fighting now and,

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