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BASEBALL SPORTS OF ALL SORTS-BOXING J
Chicago, 4; Philadelphia, 7,
Sfc Louis, 0; Boston, 6.
Cleveland, 3; Washington, 2.
Detroit, 4; New York, 14.
National League. -New
York, 3; Chicago, 0.
Boston, 4; Pittsburgh, 0.
Philadelphia, 5; Cincinnati, 0.
Brooklyn, 0; St. Louis, 4.
Baltimore, 0; Chicago, 4.
Buffalo, 4; Indianapolis, 6.
Pittsburgh, 2; St. Louis, 3.
Brooklyn, 4; Kansas City, 3.
Mathey and Church won the right
to meet McLoughlin and Bundy for
the national doubles tennis champion
ship when they defeated Pell and
Behr yesterday at Onwentsia, three
sets to one. Scores, 6-3, 4-6, 6-4, 7-5.
The former Princeton men played
together with marvelous precision,
while Behr was the weak point of the
Behr is a member of the Davis cup
team and paired with McLaughlin
in the doubles. If yesterday's per
formance is a sample of his work for
this season the outlook is dubious for
the Americans. It may be, however,
that the easterner was merely suffer
ing one of the inexplicable reversals
of form that are frequent in tennis.
Several upsets occurred in match
play for the golf championship of Chi
cago yesterday at Jackson Park. Mur
ray Deming, last year's champion,
was eliminated in the first round and
George West also "came by the cud
gels." A. J. Samuelson, who tied with
Deming for low qualifying score,
passed successfully through the
rounds and showed excellent form.
It was Joe Jeannette's turn last
night and he got a ten-round decision
over Jim Johnson at New York The
fight was a joke, not a round showing
a good mix-up.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
New York, 55
St. Louis 52
Detroit ...- 52
St Louis 48
New York 44
Kansas City 43
St. Louis 42
Schulte, Suspended, May Jump to
Feds Sox Lose Feds. Win.
An athlete has to do something al
mighty out of the ordinary these days
in order to break into the newspapers,
but Prank Schulte issued a few ulti-
matums and did some mobilization in
New York yesterday that entitles him
to plenty of space.
Frank is peeved because he was
taken out of the line-up to make room
for Pete Knisely, who has failed to
make a hit in six games. Last night '
at the Cubs' hotel in New York Schul
te remonstrated with Manager Q'Day,
hot words were passed and Schul
te was immediately notified that he
was suspended without pay.
Sbuto at once communicated with -i