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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 22, 1913, Image 9',
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BASEBALL SPORTS OF ALL SORTS BOXING
Some Imagination Is Preparing
Things for Elgin. -
Thursday Was Chicago's Off Day
In All Three Leagues
out to Elgin
are appearing. Report is responsible
for the story that Joe Dawson, speed
way champion, hopped over the Elgin
auto course yesterday at a 70-mile
clip and Bill Endicott, one of Jalec
Sloan's speed boys, burned up the
surface at a 90-mile clip. Some imag
ination. Chicagoans take a peculiar interest
in the high-powered hydroplane, Dis
turber HI, owned by J. A. Pugh, and
when the big mahogany-hulled flyer
hit up about 45 miles an hour yester
day in the elimination trials for the
$22,000 silver trophy, holding safe
such boats as Baby Reliance and
Hazel n, everyone at Grant Park was
happy. Pugh's craft was hitting on
all 24 cylinders, and after establish
ing a nice lead her speed was check
ed to hold the distance. In another
heat Kitty Hawk V defeated the
Weckler hydro Barnacle, which was
not up to the speed shown before the
crankcase was cracked.
Governor McCovern of Wisconsin
has named his boxing commission
and hereafter 10-round bouts may
be staged. The commission receives
nothing in the way of compensation.
Jack Johnson is in wrong in Eng
land, where they don't know the defi
nition of "color line." The Variety
Artists' Federation has protested
Johnson's engagement at a music
hall on the grounds of decency.
Carl Morris has a new manager in
Chick Evans says golf scores are
no proof of skill. And perhaps base
hits are not proof of hitting, or catch
ing difficult flies not proof of fielding
ability. If a player isn't judged. by
his scores, what's the answer? Is
this an alibi for the Allis-Evans
match of recent memory? , Jm
Philadelphia, 7; Sox, 1.
Boston, 3; Cleveland, 2 (7 in.; rain)'
Washington, 2; St. Louis, 0.
Detroit-New York; rain.
New York, 8; Cubs, 2.
Cincinnati, 6; Brooklyn, 4.
Boston, 7; St. Louis, 6.
Pittsburgh, 9; Philadelphia, 6.
Minneapolis, 9; Milwaukee, 2.
Indianapolis, 5; Louisville, 410 in.)'
Kansas City, 6; St. Paul, 5.
Indianapolis, 4; Chicago, 2 (11 in.).
Cleveland, 4; Pittsburgh, 1.
St. Louis, 4; Kansas City, 3.
Said Johnny Evers to Jimmy Cal,
"Such a headache as I have, old pal."
Said Callahan to John of Troy,
"The same to you, plus six, old boy."
It was a large afternoon yesterday,
for the Chicago ball clubs. The
Giants toyed with the Cubs, the Ath
letics mussed up the Sox and to make
it three of a kind the Indianapolis
Feds walked all over the Keeleys in
an overtime contest.
Eddie Collins was worth the price
of admission to Comiskey Park yes
terday. The Mack star accumulated
three singles a triple and sacrifice in
five trips to the plate and made Jos
Benz and Smith like it. The game
started like a duel between. Benz and
Shawkey, but lost the resemblance
In the sixth when, following a triple
by Schang with the bases full, Benz
caromed off the grandstand roof and
was still going when Callahan las
soed him and sent in Smith to finish
it. The final count was 7 to 1, a sad