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BASEBALL SPORTS OF ALL SORTS BOXING
HOW THEY FINISHED
Boston ... 79
Chicago .... 78
New York 57
St. Louis 57
New York 101
Cincinnati ....... 64
St. Louis 51
Des Moines ...... 94
St. Joseph 89
Sioux City 73
, 71 .527'
65 " .575
79 - .531
Eclipse, 8; Maroons, 5.
Magnets, 9; Loudins, 4.
Henry Clays, 2; P. M. Buroughs, 1.
Paulists, 4; St Marys,' 1.
Tigers, 6; Union Giants, 4.
Romeos, 8; J. N. Cigars, 2.
Jefferson Grays, 6; White Swans, 6.
The pennant in the Lake Shore
League was cinched for Gunthers
yesterday when Riverview dropped a
pair of games to Logan Square. Mack
pitched both games for Logan
Square, only allowing eleven hits and
three runs. Score: Logan Square,
14-1; BJverviews, 2-0.
Detroit, 9; Chicago, 8.
St Louis, 9-3; Cleveland, 4-4 (12).
Chicago, 5; Pittsburgh, 1.
StI Louis, 4; Cincinnati, 1.
They Are at the Post Post-Season
Series Is What We Mean.
Just before the battle, mother, was
written by a poet person about the
time of the Civil War, when he ex
pected to be shot up a' plenty.
Compared to what is going to hap
pen in New York and Chicago withjn
24 hours, the said war was no great
shakes as a bloody affair. It was
brother against brother then, but
right here in Chicago the rooting is
so partisan among inhabitants of the
South and West Sides that it is wife
Betting on the world's and city
clashes is lighter than in years, but
that is no sign the interest is flag
ging. It is at its crest Your true fan
is not the brand of insect who makes
wagers large, enough to be chroni
cled in the papers. He strings two
bits on his favorites, or backs 'em
with a cigar, but his main interest is
in watching the performance. He
chases the money Jthe rest of the
year, but takes a vacation during the
Dampness and fog butted in on the
plans of Managers Callahan and Ev
ers here, but the two pilots were not
greatly distressed. Practice sessions
had been mapped out for both teams
at their respective parks, to get the
men on edge for the initial clash on
the West Side tomorrow. " Callahan
and Evers were afraid to risk their
valuable chattels in the soggy atmos
phere and would not let them do any
throwing to amount to anything. No