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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 19, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 25',
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BASEBALL SPORTS OF ALL SORTS-BOXING
Chicago, 4; Philadelphia, 2.
Pittsburgh-, 1; Boston, 4.
- St. Louis, 3; Brooklyn, p.
' Cincinnati, 10; New York, 5.
Philadelphia, 3; Chicago, 1.
New York, 2; St. Louis, 4.
Boston, 2; Detroit, 0.
-Washington, 3; Cleveland, 2
Pittsburgh, 4; Chicago, 9.
Baltimore, 3; Kansas City, 2.
Buffalo, 3; St. Louis, 6.
Brooklyn, S;- Indianapolis, 6.
Columbus, 8; Minneapolis, 7.
Indianapolis, 3; Milwaukee, 5.
Kansas City, S; Cleveland, 7.
Louisville, 2! St Paul, 10.
American golfing hopes are pinned
on Chick Evans and Francis Ouimet
because of the unexpected elimina
tion of Jerome Travers yesterday in
the opening round of the British
championships at Sandwich.
Travers had no excuses to offer. He
played poor golf and was extremely
nervous. The performances of 04i
met and Evans speak well for their
courage and determination. They
" started their rounds after Travers had
been defeated and realized they were
the sole hope of the invaders. And
they went out and won their matches
easily, playing perfect golf.
Herreshoff and Ouimet drew byes
. today, but Evans, Hale, Lockwood
" and Weber all have contests carded.
Hale played an excellent game in the
opening roundbut it is not believed
he has the experience and balance to
carry him "through to the final.
The robins and bluebirds are niat
ing, and even our young men are get
ting their hair cut. Gentry (Mo.)
STANDING OF THE TEAMS
New York -..12
Brooklyn ..: 11
St. Louis 14
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Detroit ."19" ,--ty
Washington ... ...!,' '11
Philadelphia 14' -"-8
St, Louis ...18- '$3
New York 11 ' '12
Chicago .11 j.18
Cleveland 8'v '18-
St. Louis 15
Kansas City 11
Vaughn Can Pitch So Can Chief
Bender Feds Slug Victory.
Jim Vaughn, massive southpaw, is
forging to the front as one of the
mainstays of the Cub pitching staff,
and is dividing honors with Larry
Cheney in therole of iron man.
And notice that Vaughn does his
good pitching to Roger Bresnahan.
Roger, who is quite portly himself,
exercises a spell over Hippo, and as
sists him in keeping-the hits of the
enemy scattered. Three hits were
made by the Phils yesterday. In
Vaughn's last start Brooklyn got one
bingle. Four hits in 18 innings Is
pretty good pitching.
In each of the games Vaughn has