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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 20, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 25',
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BASEBALL-SPORTS OF ALL SORTS-BOXING
Chicago, 6; Philadelphia, l.v
Pittsburgh, 7. Boston, 5.
New York, 5; Cincinnati, 2.
St Louis, 6; Brooklyn, 2.
Chicago, 3; Philadelphia, 0.
St Louis,, New York, 0.
Boston, 6, Detroit, 4.
Washington, 4; Cleveland, 2.
Chicago, 4, Pittsburgh, 0.
Baltimore, 7; Kansas City, 3.
Buffalo, 11; St. Louis, 3.
Indianapolis, 15, Brooklyn, 2.
. Cleveland, 5; Kansas City, 1.
( Minneapolis, 2; Columbus, 1.
Louisville, 4, St Paul, 2.
Milwaukee, 10, Indianapolis, 8.
Billy Gastreich showed his admir
ers something when he knocked
Young Fitzgerald out in the third
round of a pnvate bout. Gastreich
used a straight nght for the closing
The South Sider took the lead at
the start of the fight and Fitzgerald
never had a chance. If the youngster
continues to advance there will be
better bouts open to him in a short
time. The only danger is that his
backers, encouraged by bis showing,
may pick men of too much class right
at the start. Many good fighters have
been spoiled by poor jnatchmaking.
Chuck Anderson, a 118-pound
wrestler, is doing light work at the
West S,ide gymnasium, Madison and
Morgan streets, in preparation for
bouts he has in view The youngster
is willing to take on any one at his
Pitcher Houck has been released by
the Philadelphia Athletics.
Cleveland has bought Pitcher Hot
ter from Portsmouth, 0. .
STANDING OF THE .TEAMS
New York ......13'
St. Louis t..15
Boston . . ... 4
Detroit 19 10
Philadelphia ,14 9
Washington,. 15 11
St Louis ...Yrv-.... 14 ' 13
Boston 12 12
New York 11 13
Chicago 12 Iff
Cleveland 8 19
St Louis 15
Brooklyn ...., 10
Kansas City 11
Pittsburgh . 8
Cubs Rally Like Old Machine Sox
Win on Cicotte's Pitching.
If some wise bird can answer the
insistent insinuations about Mrs. Rip
Van Winkle, probably he can also ex
plain the dope of Jimmy Lavender.
For James Sanford is about the big
gest question mark now before West
Side fans. At times he is a whale of
a pitcher, and on other occasions- he
is softer than the blanket on a lemon
cream pie. Yesterday he pitched sev
en brilliant Innings against Philadel
phia, being touched for two hits, and
appeared to have the stuff tor an in-