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BASEBALL SPORTS OF ALL. SORTS BOXING
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American League. '
Chicago, 3; Philadelphia, 8.
Cleveland, 4; Washington, 0.
Detroit, 3; New York, 1.
Boston, 1G; St. Louis, 1. ,
No games scheduled.
Chicago, 4-0; Baltimore, 0-2. "
St. Louis, 2 r Buffalo, 9.
Indianapolis, 11; Pittsburgh, 4.
-Kansas City, 3; Columbus, 0.
Milwaukee, 0-0; Cleveland, 2-2.
Minneapolis, 4-2; Indianapolis, 16-6
St. Paul, 0-1; Louisville, 1-5.
Good matches are now plentiful
for Charlie White, the conqueror of
. Willie Ritchie.
The latest offer is from Denver.
where a guarantee of -$4,000 will be.
handed the Cmcagoan for meeting
Stanley Yoakum some time in July.
White has not definitely accepted, but
the money looks easy, so he will prob
ably pick it up.
A shift is due in the American polo
team for the second. game with Eng
land tomorrow The ease with which
the Britons won Saturday surprised
both sides. The new line-up has not
been decided on, but indications are
that La Montagne will be replaced.
Spike Kelly knocked out Eddie
Madison in the 15th round at DenVer.
Kelly was the aggressor throughout
the mill. -v
This will be a big court week in
baseball. At Cincinnati a final, deci
sion is likely in the suit of the Feds
to enjoin Killifer Irom playing Tvith
the Phillies, and in Chicago Judge
Foell is looked to for a decision on
the status of Fred Blknding, who
signed a Fed contract and then, re
jumped to the Naps. -
A false friend is a brass link in the
Philadelphia 31 18
Washington 29 21
Detroit 31 23
St. Louis 28 23
Boston 26 24
Chicago .., .23 28
New York 18 30
Cleveland 16 35
. . National League.
New York.. .;,. .". .27 J 17
Cincinnati, ;..29 22
St. Louis 27 ' 26
Pittsburgh 23 23
Chicago 25 26
Philadelphia 22 - 23
Brooklyif 20 ' 25
Boston i 17 28
Chicago ..TN. 27
Kansas City 24
St. Louis 24
Sox pitching Regulars NeedMore
Wbrk Feds Spirt Two.
Mr. Callahan's pitching staff, the
-main hope of the Sox,' is not holding
up. Not since last Wednesday, when.
Joe Benz beat "Walter Johnson and
allowed the Nationals one hit, has a
Sox pitcher turned in a game worthy
of his past performances.
That doesn't mean that the local
hurlers are losing- the use of their
able arms and heads. Mechanically
they have the same stuff they had a
week ago, when a bevy of no-hit, one
hit and two-hit games were turned
loose to worry the batters in the
Callahan is in a position to be en
vied by many league managers, but