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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 01, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 25',
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BASEBALL SPORTS OF ALL SORTS BOXING
Chicago, 1; Boston, 5.
Detroit, 1: Washington, 3.
St. LouiB, 7; Philadelphia,
' Cleveland, 2; New York, 7.
Philadelphia, 8; Chicago, 1.
Boston, 2; St. Louis, 0.
Brooklyn, 9; Pittsburgh, 3.
New York, 3; Cincinnati, 4.
Pittsburgh, 2; Chicago, 1 (10 in.).
Brooklyn, 0; Indianapolis, 4
Buffalo, 5; St. .Louis, 2.
Baltimore, 9; Kansas City, 7.
Chick Evans and James D, Stan
dish, Jr., Detroit, meet today to de
cide the western amateur golf cham
pionship. Both won their way to the
last stage by playing remarkable golf
yesterday. Evans beat Ned Sawyer,
2 and 1, but was forced to play under
par to gain the victory. Standish
was 1 up on Phil Stanton, Standish
was never ahead until the 36th hole.
Evans made a remarkable 2 on a
Germany was eliminated from the
Davis cup tennis play when Brookes
and "Wilding defeated the Germans at
Pittsburgh in three straight sets. The
Anupodeans played together with the
same machine-like precision that
marked their work, at Onwentsia
when they defeated the. Canadians.
''Alex Squair, Illinois state tennis
champion, put R. B. Powell, Cana
dian Davis cup player, out of the
western tournament at Onwentsia,
.6-3, 4-6, 6-2.
Resolute won another race from
Vanitie in the elimination trials to
select a defender for the America
cup. Resolute proved a fine footer
In a light wind.
Perry McGillivray, Illinois A. C, set
a new C. A. A. TJ. swimming mark at
Indianapolis when he went 220 yards
in 2:33 2-5.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
St Louis 45
New York 42
New York 52
St. Louis 51
Buffalo , 44
Kansas City.' 43
St Louis 39
45 . .494
Speaker Stars Against White Sox
Cubs and Tote Lose.
Ty Cobb is generally conceded to ba
the greatest ballplayer of present
time. Eddie Collins and Frank Baker
are remarkable athletes. Clyde
Milan and Walter Johnson of Wash
ington do not have to bow to any
one in their respective line of en
deavors. There are other stars of
almost equal magnitude.
But, solely on the showing all tha
athletes make here In Chicago, Tria
Speaker is the best ballplayer in tha
The Red Sox center fielder does
more to beat the White Sox than any
man on any other team in the Amer
ican League. If a sensational catdr