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FRIDAY SPORT DOINGS
Standing of the Clubs.
National League. W. L. Pet.
New York 1...23 6 .793
Cincinnati.,. 23 10 .697
Chicago 15 IS .500
Pittsburgh 14 14 .500
Philadelphia 11 16 .407
St. Louis 14 21 .400
Boston 12 20 .375
(Brooklyn 9 19 .321
American League. . W.
Washington . 16
New York. 9
St Louis.'. 8
National League Pittsburgh
7, Chicago 3 ; New York 6, Brook
lyn 3; Boston 8, Philadelphia 5;
Cincinnati 10, St. Louis 6.
American League New York
11, Washington 6;Boston 4, Phil
LouRichiemade a stab at pitch
ing for the Cubs yesterday and
was soft for the Pirates, who
stung him for 14hits and 19 Bases.
Evers and Zimmerman each se
cured two hits for the Cubs. The
Trojan nailed a double and triple.
Otherwise Chance's men would
have been shut out.
Callahan and .Jus Sox bandtai
rived home last night for a three-
game series with Detroit, follow
ing which they jump to Cleveland
for five games in three days. Then
they return to the South Side and""
meet all the eastern teams, start- "
ing with the Athletics, on the '
Ed Walsh is slated to oppose '
Ed Mullin this afternoon. (
President Murphy of the Cubs
gaveoutisame important informa
tion in the hiring and firing line r
yesterday. Eddie Lennox and
Charlie Moore were released to
Louisville.' Three men whose
names were not given out were;:
signed. One is a free agent pitch
er and the other two are a college
pitcher and an- outfielder, who?
will not report until the middle of"
June. The rumor that Harry Mc- !
Intire would be sold "was nailed,
Murphy declaring that the Cinder
King would stick in the big show."
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