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BASEBALL SPORTS OF ALL SORTS BOXING
Two-Day Automobile Meet Started
In Elgin This Morning.
Johnson's Winning Streak Goes To
Smash In Eleven Inning Game
The Chicago Automobile Club tro
phy races in Elgin started this morn
ing. The big feature of the two-days'
meet is the rivalry between the three
stars, Joe Dawson, Wishart and
Today's race over the Elgin course
Is 36 laps or 301 miles 4,440 feet,
for cars of 300 cubic inches piston
displacement or under. It is known
as the Chicago Automobile Club tro
phy race. Starter Fred Wagner will
send the first car away at 11 a. m.
and the race should be over at 3:30
Jeff O'Connell, Chicago light
weight, and Freddie Enck put up a
regular 6-round draw at Aurora.
None of the roommates stuff about
Rev. A. E. Monger of Terre Haute
is trying to prevent the George
"Knockout" Brown-Gus Christie
scrap scheduled there for Labor pay.
Leach Cross will meet a new one,
Frank Barrieau at Vancouver Labor
Ad Wolgast is getting chesty again.
Now he wants to fight Packey Mc
Farland in Milwaukee.
Capt. Alfred Brown, Flushing Bay
life saving station, New York, swam
22 miles from Battery to Sandy Hook
in 13 hours and 38 minutes.
Harry Vardon, famous English
golfer, and -Edward Ray, who won the
British open golf championship last
year, will play at Onwentsia tomor
row. Clem Beachy, Jr., famous-trainer
and driver of harness horses, died at
Lexington, Ky., yesterday.
Meanwhile, from the Midway
comes the usual fall noise about foot
No Army and Navy football game
this year. Can't agree. Carlisle will
take Navy's place on Army schedule.
Philadelphia, 9; New York, 3.
Boston, 1; Washington, 0 (11 in.).
Philadelphia, 7; New York, 2.
Brooklyn, 5; Boston, 1.
Louisville, 4; Columbus, 3.
Indianapolis, 12; Toledo, 3.
St Paul, 8; Minneapolis, 4.
Milwaukee, 8; Kansas City, 3.
Chicago, 8; Kansas City, 1.
Indianapolis, 2; Pittsburgh, 1. -
St. Louis, 7; Cleveland, 1.
After a thrilling 11-inning battle
with Ray Collins, Walter Johnson's
winning streak went to smash. Since
June 27 Johnson has won 13 straight
games. Yesterday he. twirled a re-
markable game and deserved to win.
The Boston Red Sox, however, got
the break at every point. A wallop
by Mgr. Carrigan with a man on sec
ond in the 11th inning wrote finis to
Johnson's chain of victories.
This fellow Zinn, who was turned
adrift by the New York Yanks, has
been playing some great ball since
he donned a Boston National unii
form. Got three hits yesterday be
sides making some great catches.
The Athletics, with Bender shoving
them over, had a lot of fun with the
The Cubs also took a barnstorming
jaunt up to Binghampton, N. Y.,
Schulte's home, and beat the minor
leaguers, 5 to 3. It was a big day for
Schulte. He was given a loving cup
and $250. And the best, thing about
the gift was that it came from the
ordinary' fan, the boys from the shoe
factories. 2,500 men each contrib
uted a dime toward the $250.
The White Sox stung the De Kali?.