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BASEBALLS-SPORTS OF ALL SORTS BOXING
Nat Philadelphia 3, Chicago 2
(1.0 in.); New York 3, St. Louis 1;
Boston 2-4, Cincinnati 0-3; Brooklyn
u 3, Pittsburgh 2.
Amer. Chicago 1, Philadelphia 3;
St. Louis, 10, Boston 1; Detroit 4,
9 New York 5; Cleveland 3, Washing
Fed. Brooklyn 1, Chicago si;
Pittsburph 1, Indianapolis 0; Buffalo
2, Kansas City 4; Baltimore 2, St
The college football season, east
and west, will get its official baptism
today, though only one Conference
eleven, Indiana, has a game sched
uled. The Hoosiers have a practice
contest with Depauw at Blooming-ton.
Indiana's work will come in for
close, study here, as it meets the Ma
roons next Saturday on Stagg field.
Following are the principal games:
Indiana vs. De Pauw at Bloomington.
Coe vs. Parsons at Cedar Rapids.
Earlham vs. Bluffton at Richmond.
. Hask. Ind. vs. Kansas at Lawrence.
, , EAST
Harvard vs.' Bates at Cambridge.
Yale vs. Maine at New Haven.
Princeton vs. Rutgers at Princeton.
Cornell vs. Pittsburgh at Ithaca.
Penn. vs. Gettysburg at Philadelphia.
Dartmouth vs. Mass. Ag. at Hanover.
Charley White and Stanley Yoa
kum, the Denver lightweight, will
clash in Keposha Oct. 5. The boys
met two months ago in Denver and
White knocked Yoakum out in. the
19th round, the only time the Denver
ite has ever been put to sleep.
White anti Leach Cross cannot get
together on the weight question, the
only thing -blockading a fight be
tween them in Milwaukee for Oct. 23.
White wants to weigh In at 133
pounds at 6 o'clock and Cross is-holding
out for two pounds more. There
is little likelihood of a compromise.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
Boston .84 56 600Phil'a ..70 74-489
N. York.77 64 546lBr'k'yn .69 74 .483
S Louis.76 67 ,531IPitts'gh .62 79.440
Chic'go 7569.521CuVati ..57 87.396
W. L. Pctl W. L. Pet
Phil'a ..93 49.655IChicago 6777.465
Boston .86 55 .610JN. York.65 77 .458
Wash'n 75 68 .524!S. Louls.64 78 .451
Detroit .75 69 .521Cleve'd .46 98 .319
W. L. Pctl W. L. Pet.
Chic'go 80 62 .563 Br'k'yn ,71 68 .511
Ind'p's .79 63 .556 K. City. . 65 76 .461
Balt're .73 65 .529 S. Louis.61 79 .439
Buffalo .72 66 .522Pitts'gh .57 79 .419
Rest for Braves' Star Pitchers Feds
Are in First Place.
George Stallings is planning a rest
for his three star pitchers to prime
.them for the world's series with the
Athletes. With this plan in mind, he
has used Rudolph two days in a row
in order to make victories sure and
cinch the pennant before the last two
or three games of the season.
Braves are now seven and a hall
games ahead of the Giants. Even
should the New Yorkers win all oi
the remaining 13 games, Braves
would only have to take six in ordex
to finish in first place. It is a long
chance, but Stallings is not prepared
to let up until matters are finally
Rudolph may not work more than
one game during the remainder oi
the National Lejfcue season. Aftei
pitching yestercflqr he was sent ta
New York to rest up for the Giants
James may follow him, and the Cubi
will not haVe to cope with this pail
Rudolph's remarkable feat oi
pitching two shut-outs in as manj
days tope off a wonderfuL season