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. The Chicago amateur base ball annual and inter-city base ball association year book. eague went through the season in good shape, withthe Pinzons one game ahead of the Columbia when the contestended. Unity was a good third and the other lodges were allwell represented. The finish of the 1904 pennant race was asfollows: FINISH OF THE 1904 PENNANT RACE. W. L. P.C. Pinzon 13 1 .929 Columbus 12 2 .857 Unity 11 3 .769 Van Buren 6 7 .462 Dewey 4 9 .307 Standard 4 10 .286 Illinois 3 10 .231 Liberty 1 12 .077 When the call for reorganization came early in 1905 enoughteams responded to make possible

. The Chicago amateur base ball annual and inter-city base ball association year book. eague went through the season in good shape, withthe Pinzons one game ahead of the Columbia when the contestended. Unity was a good third and the other lodges were allwell represented. The finish of the 1904 pennant race was asfollows: FINISH OF THE 1904 PENNANT RACE. W. L. P.C. Pinzon 13 1 .929 Columbus 12 2 .857 Unity 11 3 .769 Van Buren 6 7 .462 Dewey 4 9 .307 Standard 4 10 .286 Illinois 3 10 .231 Liberty 1 12 .077 When the call for reorganization came early in 1905 enoughteams responded to make possible Stock Photo
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. The Chicago amateur base ball annual and inter-city base ball association year book. eague went through the season in good shape, withthe Pinzons one game ahead of the Columbia when the contestended. Unity was a good third and the other lodges were allwell represented. The finish of the 1904 pennant race was asfollows: FINISH OF THE 1904 PENNANT RACE. W. L. P.C. Pinzon 13 1 .929 Columbus 12 2 .857 Unity 11 3 .769 Van Buren 6 7 .462 Dewey 4 9 .307 Standard 4 10 .286 Illinois 3 10 .231 Liberty 1 12 .077 When the call for reorganization came early in 1905 enoughteams responded to make possible a twelve-club league, fourmore clubs than were in the first organization. An assessmentof $10 a team is made on each club, which is further increasedby a similar amount donated by the Supreme Council, makingthis year $240 available for prizes, the three leading teams getting$90, $60 and $30 respectively. The remaining amount is setaside as a fund for the consolation prizes, offered for competi-tion among the teams which fail to land in the money but ap-pear at every scheduled game.. Spaldi)igs Chicago Amateur Base Ball Annual. 105 The election of officers resulted in the election of L. J. Rape, who proved a highly efficient treasurer the year before; JensA. Johnson, the 1904 president, retiring from office, after hav-ing succeeded in accomplishing his desire of making the leaguea success. The other officers chosen are not only well knownamong the Columbian Knights, but are well known among localbase ball players, and the league shows every indication of beat-ing its 1904 record for clean ball playing. In 1904 the chief troubles of the league arose over the ques-tion of selecting the right umpires and a new rule was addedto the constitution this year, allowing only men to umpire gameswho are not members of either lodge interested in the game, although he may be a niember of the order. Almost the onlyeligibility rule in regard to players is that they must be fullmembers of the orde

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