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BOXING ALL THE LATEST DOPE BASEBALL
White Sox Come With Big Rush
T. Needham Makes a Hit.
Johnson to Probe Yank-Sox Trade
Morris Bobs Up. v
. President Baiv Johnson of the
American League has decided to keep
out of the affairs of the Boston club,
which fired Jake Stahl as manager,
but the big boss is going to have
something to say about the Chase-Borton-Zeider
deal between the
White Sox and Yankees.
When Chance took command of
the Yanks he was under the impres
sion that he would be given help by
the other magnates if in a tight place.
Now he complains that he was deci
sively trimmed and deceived in one
of the first trades he engineered.
Johnson will make an investigation
2nd declares that if Callahan and
Comiskey wilfully misled Chance he
will force the Sox to recompense the
New York club, as has been done
in the past with other teams.
There is no question but what
Comiskey got the best of the swap,
but that has always been our idea of
the object of trades.
Carl Morris stopped Marty Cutler
of Chicago in the second round at
Clovis, N. M. Cutler was all but out
when his seconds heaved the sponge.
" Gov. McGovern yesterday signed
the Wisconsin boxing bill, and the
Badger state will have mills under
the same regulations as in New York.
A commission will be appointed to
handle the sport.
Arthur Pelkey, heavyweight cham
pion of the world, has arrived in Cali
fornia, and his manager, Tommy
Burns, wants a meeting with Gun
boat Smith over the derby distance
before some 'Frisco or Los Angeles
Danny Goodman won a finely
drawn decision from Jeff O'Connell
in six rounds at Aurora. O'Connell
rallied after being dropped in the
second round, but could not pull
down Goodman's lead.
Sox, 5; Philadelphia, 2.
Washington, 1; St. Louis, 0.
New York, 7; Cleveland, 1.
Detroit-Boston, wet grounds.
Cubs, 2-6; Boston, 4-1.
St Louis, 2-4; New York, 3-2.
Cincinnati, 9-2; Philadelphia, 2-4.
Pittsburgh, 4; Brooklyn, 3.
Louisville, 4; Kansas City, 3 (10).
Milwaukee, 2; Columbus, 1.
Cleveland, 3; Chicago, 2.
Indianapolis, 6; St Louis, 0.
Pittsburgh, 3; Kansas City, 0.
Those fans who claim the Athletics
are slipping, because they have
dropped two out of three games to
the White Sox, are doing the Chicago
team an injustice. Inferentlally, they
claim the Sox are winning because
the Mackmen have lost their punch,
when the real truth is that the Sox
are rushing along at a startling pace,
good enough to battle any team in
the two major leagues on even terms.
The improvement in the playing
of the Sox is so noticeable as to be
astounding. Even now there are
some who believe their success is due
to luck or accident Perish the
thought The team is there. Greater
defensive ability is the principal rea
son for the winning streak. Calla
han's inflelders are putting up a won
derful game of ball and are giving
the pitchers, who are quite some per
formers on their own hook, valuable
Jim Scott was only hit safely six
times yesterday, but if it had not
been for Weaver and Lord there
would have been a few more hits and
several additional runs. Weaver pull-