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BASEBALL SPORTS OF ALL SORTS BOXING
"" National League.
Chicago, 2; New York, 9.
Pittsburgh, 0; Brooklyn, 1 (10 in.).
Cincinnati, 3; Philadelphia, 2.
St. Louis, 3; Boston, 2 (10 in.).
Philadelphia, 6; Chicago, 1.
New York, 4; St. Louis, 5 (12 in.).
Boston, 9; Detroit, 2.
Washington, 1-3; Cleveland, 0-3
(first 10 in., second 14 in.; darkness).
St. Louis, 3; Chicago, 3 (10 in.).
Brooklyn, 7; Buffalo, 5.
Baltimore, 4; Pittsburgh, 3.
Kansas City-Indianapolis, rain.
Steve Ketchel, the local light
weight, learned something while in
Australia. He plainly showed last
night when he drew with Tommy
Gary in six rounds at Angeld's Grove
that he had profited by watching Ed
die McGoorty and Jimmy Clabby in
Gary fought like a tiger, but Ket
chel remained cool, stalled through
when the attack was too heavy and
stood off the most desperate rushes of
the Chicago Heights man. Steve ex
hibited a nice jab that punished Gary
severely. It was not a kicking blow,
but carried a sting.
Spike Kelly and Phil Harrison, a
couple of local welters, meet tonight
at Maple Grove in what is billed as a
Billy Papke, former middleweight
champion, threatens to come back.
The thunderbolt looks to be in good
shape and says he has been careful
of his physical condition during his
retirement A good man could do a
lot of business in the present middle
weight mix-up. If Papke is anywhere
near as good as he used to be he
should be able to slam any of them.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
New York 61 49
St Louis 64 54
Boston 60 61
Chicago 60 55
Cincinnati 53 60
Brooklyn 52 61
Philadelphia 61 60
Pittsburgh 51 62
Philadelphia 80 37
Boston 66 48
Washington ......61 54
Detroit 59 59
Chicago 56 63
St Louis 55 62
New York 53 64
Cleveland 39 82
Kansas City 53
St Louis 52
Sometimes Heinie Zimmerman Gives
Us a Pain.
President Tener of the National
League is using good judgment in
office, and strengthening the good
opinion held of him when he was
elected to the position.
Fining Zimmerman, Evers and
MaranvfHe and allowing them to re
main in the game was undoubtedly
the proper form of punishment ami
did not inflict any hardship on the
clubs or wreck the interests of the
When n mnn nnva mnnnv n cm a
' ball game he wants to see a contest