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BASEBALL DOPE '
HOW THEY STAND.
' W. L. Tied. Pet.
..White Sox. 0 0 1 1.000
Cubs : 0 0 1 1.000
c World's Series.
Boston 1 1 1 .500
New York.". ....1,1 1 .500
'Athletics 3, 1 0 .750
Phillies' 1 3 0 "..250
St. Louis Series.
Cardinals 2 0 0 1.000
vBrowns 0 2 0 .000
.. Yesterday's rain takes from
.the Cubs all the advantage they
jjsecured by tieing Ed Walsh. The
?big fellow is now in shape to re
peat, having had "'all the rest he
i Chance is almost sure to use
?Cheney, saving Lavender for the
.big Sunday crowd.
Yesterday's rain had one re-
'deeming feature. It allowed the
players a cut of the gate receipts
sin Sunday's game, which are sure
3ta be large.
t So far Murray and Herzog
nave been the heroes for New
York. Red has driven in or
. scored five of the Giants 11 runs
and Herzog four-r
;' Josh Devores catch of,Cady s
rdnve saved yesterdays game.
He made a 'jumping back-nande,d
.snatch with runners on second
t' Heiirie Wagner and his punk
.coaching played hob with the
J3oston chances in the ninth,
Gardner should have reached
third on blow.-thasjr&Xw,is.4
.Connie's Macks Athletics are
showing their last year's world's
series form. They made it three
straight from the Phils yester
day. Score, 4 to 3.
Brown and Bender outpitched
Moore and Seaton, the Macks
registering 11 hits to 8.
Eddie Collins and Stuffy Mc
Inniss each poled three hits.
Mike Mowrey's single, coupled
with Stovall's error, gave .the
Cardinals a victory, over the
Browns in the St. Louis series.
Burk outpitched Baumgardner
Football comes- to life tomor
row for one day, though the
world's series ball games have
about crowded the toe game. off
the boards. Northwestern meets
Wisconsin at Madison, the big
gest game of the Conference.
"Cyclone Johnny" Thompson
beat Art Godfrey in eight rounds
at Fond Du Lac. The bout was
stopped to save Godfrey from
Sam McVey claimed Sam
Langford fouled him in the elev
enth round of their battle in West
Australia and refused to go on.
The claim was disallowed 'and
Langford was given the decision.
McVey was outpointed.
Jack Curley says he knows two
places where he can stage anoth
er bout between Jim Flyna and
Jack Johnson. Some cities don't
seem to care what wished itself
on them. Johnson says he will
fight Flynn if the Australian pro
moters don't came through in a
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