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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 21, 1913, NOON EDITION, Image 11

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BASEBALL ALL THE -SPORT DOPE BOXING
Evers Suspends and Fines Zim
Schalk Spiked In Cleveland.
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STANDING OF -THE- CLUBS
American League.
W. L. Pet
PhOadelphia. .... 42 14 .750
Cleveland 37 22 .637
.Boston 30 26 .536
'Chicago 32 28 .533
Washington 31 28 .V2Z
Detroit 24 37 .393
St Louis 22 41 .349
New York 17 .39 .304
National League.
W. L. Pet
Philadelphia ..... 33 17 .660
New York 32 20 .615
Brooklyn 28 23 .549
Chicago 31 27 .534
Pittsburgh .....26 30 .464
Boston 24 28 .462
Stlxmis 24 34 .414
Cincinnati 19 38 .333
""American Association.
W. Is.' Pt
Columbus ....... 3$ 24 .600
Milwaukee 40 28 .588
St "Paul 32 30 .516
Minneapolis 32 31 .508
Louisville 32 31 .508
Kansas City .... 33 33 .500
Toledo 25 38 .397
Indianapolis 23 38 .377
Federal League.
W. Jx Pet
Indianapolis 27 i6 .628
Chicago 23 17 .575
Cleveland ..... 26 '19 .513
Covington 19 20 .487
St. Louis-. 19 21 .475
Pittsburgh 23 30 .394
The scheduled fight between Jim
my Clabby and Jack Dillon for In
dianapolis the night of July 3 has
been canceled by Clabby. Bin Mc
Kinnon of Boston win substitute for
Clabby.
The defense of Arthur Pelkey,
charged with manslaughter, began
today in Calgary. Little damaging
evidence was introduced against him
by th$ pTQSecutlop
RESULTS YESTERDAY
American League.
Chicago ,3; Cleveland, 0.
New York, 9-9; Washington, 3-3.
Boston, 6; Philadelphia, 1.
(Only three games scheduled.)
National League.
St Louis', 4; Chicago, 2.
Pittsburgh, 7; New York, 3.
(Only two games scheduled.)
American Association.
Louisville, 9; St Paul, 7.
Columbus, 8; Kansas City, 3.
Toledo, 2; Minneapolis, 1.
Indianapolis, 6; Milwaukee, 2.
Federal League.
Chicago, 9; Indianapolis, 7.
Cleveland, 2; Pittsburgh, 0. ,
St Louis, 15; Covington, 6. .
The flare-up between Manager
Evers of the Cubs and Heinle Zim
merman, slugging third baseman,
came yesterday in St Louis, when
the two became involved in a wordy
battle, Zim being fined $200 and in
definitely suspended as a result
Just what Zim said to-his boss on."
the bench is not known, but thetrou
ble started in the sixth inning, when.
Zim started to throw' home instead,
of to,first for the third out Bresna
han yelled to Heinle to peg to Saier,
and he did. When the team came to
the bench Zim began to crab at the
catcher, and Evers took a hand in the
argument calling the slugger for at-
tempting a boner. Evers' . temper
was not improved by the fact that he
had pulled an ivory play himself in
the third, and also- had given the
Cards a start in the sixth by refus
ing to chase a fly.
Zim replied hotly to his manager's
words. Evers asked hjm to repeat
the language, Zim did it in a hurry
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