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American League Detroit 6,
Chicago 2; St. Louis 3, Cleve
land 1. ' '
National League Pittsburg 3,
Chicago 1; St. Louis 5, Cincin
Outhit, outfielded, outpitched
and outthought, the, Sox deserved
the defeat banded them by De
troit yesterday on South Side-lot.
Benz and Peters were wild and
ineffective .and Tigers made 14
hits. Sox got 11.
Larry Cheney, hope of West
Side, blew, up for one inning Sun
day and Pirates chased over three
O'Toole was there with usual
wildness, passing five. Allowed
but six singlesN
Chance is considering another
shift in the team, benching Mil
ler, sending Saier back to first,
and relegating Artie Hofman to
his old position in center.
Wilson broke heart of Cheney
in seventh with double, driving in
two markers. "Chief also notch
Lajoie, injured in St. Louis
three weeks ago, will be back in
Cleveland line-up this week. He
: tock parHn .practice yesterday.
Who is this ,Dr. Spifzka any
way? He has -been sitting up
nights weighing masculine and
feminine brains and solemnly
avers that ''the female brain is
usually characterized by a small
er frontal lobe," "from which he
shrewdly "deduces that "women
will never be the equal of man in
abstract mental conception.''
That'is the reason, perhaps,
that you sometimes see a lazj'
husband discussingabstract prob
lems of the universe at the corner
grocery, while his wife is engaged
in the concrete proposition of
taking in washing to support him.
ATHLETES GOING FINE
Some idea-of what athletes
from United States will do in
Olympic games was gained today
from three world s records Jiting
up at 'Celtic Park, New York,
'James Duncan shied the dis
cuss 165 fee): 1 inch, topping the
former mark by '-nearly 13 feet.
Abe Kiviat tan 1500 metres in 3
minutes 59 1-5 seconds, knocking
3-5 of a second off the .old record.
Louis Scott covered 5,u00 metres
in 15 minutes 6 2-5 seconds, which ,
was 5 seconds better than the
former record. .
Advice to Mothers.
First week weigh the baby on
the ragman's scales. Second week
use the iceman's scales and you'll
be surprised how fast that baby's
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