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BASEBALL SPORTS OF ALL SORTS BOXING
Philadelphia, 5; Chicago, 8.
New York, 9; St. Louis, 5.
Boston, 0; Detroit, 3.
No games played, rain.
Brooklyn, 2; Buffalo, 3.
Louisville, 12; Kansas City, 5
One good fight is in prospect Labor
Day when Jimmy Cassidy of Chicago
Heights hooks up with Tommy Shee
han in a ten-round battle.
These two welters are good boys,
willing and able to mix matters from
the tap of the gong. They have al
ready met once and Cassidy won by
a knockout in 17 rounds.. Jimmy
Kilroy, who is handling the affairs of
Cassidy, claims his man is in ex
cellent condition and will continue
arduous training throughout next
If Cassidy is again successful
against Sheehan, Kilroy wfll imme
diately go gunning for a match with
Mike Gibbons, who is recognized 'as
the head of the welters in this vicin
ity. Bill Walters has been licked by
Sheehan, so it will not be necessary
for Cassidy to take on the mariner
in order, to prove his claims.
Weight for the Labor Day mill Is
145 pounds ringside.
E. Robinson. In spite of every
thing, Charles W. Murphy is an Irish
man, An effort is being made to match
Charley White with Jimmy Duffy of
Lockport for one of the Milwaukee
clubs. Duffy is highly regarded in
the east and has put on one good bat
tle against Champion Freddie Welsh.
White and Duffy have met once be
fore and the result was about an even
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
' National League.
New York 61 49
St Louis 64 54
Boston 60 51
Chicago 60 65
Cincinnati 53 60
Brooklyn 52 61
Philadelphia 51 60
Pittsburgh 51 62
Philadelphia 80 38
Boston 66 -49
Washington .61 64
Detroit 60 59
Chicago 57 63
St Louis ,.55 63
New York 54 .64
Cleveland 39 82
Indianapolis 66 49
Chicago 63 51
Baltimore 60 52
Buffalo 57 55
Brooklyn 56 66
Kansas City 53 63
St Louis 52 64
Pittsburgh 47 64
Lead May Shift Today in National
League Pennant Race.
Anything is possible as a result of
today's games in the National
League. All contenders, Cubs, "
Giants, Graves and Cardinals, will be ,
hooked up in double-headers, and the
fighting will be confined to the Strug-
glers themselves. '
Here on the West Side the Giants
and Cubs clash twice, opening hos- 7
tillties at 1:30. In St Louis Cards I
and Braves engage in mortal combat
In a race where only three games
and a half separate first and fourth '
tflfltns thft nngRihilities art readilv an- "
break, both sides claiming the edge, i parent Cubs cannot forge to Uw a