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BASEBALL SPORTS OF ALL SORTf-BQXING
, RESULTS YESTERDAY
Amer. Chicago 6-4, Boston 8-3
'(2d game 7 in., darkness) ; Detroit 2,
' Washington 6 (10 in.); Cleveland,
5-2, New York 3-5; St LouiB 0, Phil-
Nat No games scheduled.
Fed. No games scheduled.
Butler Bros, amateur baseball
champions of Chicago, won their way
to the finals for the national amateur
title by defeating the Vintons of
' Omaha, 10 to 0, at ComisKey Park.
DeLave, the Butler pitcher, allowed
only two hits and fanned eight
St. Louis and Cleveland will play
next Sunday for the right to meet
the Chicagoans, and the final game
in the elimination round will prob
ably be played here Oct 11.
Ritchie Mitchell and Benny Cha
vez, featherweights, meet in Milwau
kee tonight in a ten-round battle. The
boys have scrapped once before and
the decision, was a draw.
Cubs have a game today and one
tomorrow in Boston. They were lick
ed by Providence, champions of the
International League, yesterday.
Miscellaneous Baseball Scores.
St Casimirs, 7; Annunciation, 5.
Medoras, 6; Prairie States, 5.
Blessed Agnes, 4; St Vitus, 2.
Chicago, 4; McKinley, 2.
Romeos, 4; Tigers, 2.
American Giants, 6; Louisville
Roseland Eclipse, 7; Topaz, 3.
.Gunthers, 10; White -Giants, 3.
Evening Post, 11; J. C. S chaffer &.
Sweitzer Cup Games.
Loudins, 2; Johnson Tigers, 1.
Topaz, 19; Kramer Colts, 2.
Soccer Football Results.
Calumet, 4; Pullman, 1.
Joliet, 2; Hyde Park Blues, 1.
Mason Park, 3; Campbell Rovers, 2
McDuffs, 9; Washington Heights, 2.
Bricklayers, 2; Hibernians, 1.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS !
W. L Pctl W. L. Pet
Boston .86 56,606 Phil'a 7174.490
N. York.78 65 .545 Brk'yn .70 75 .483
S Louis.77 68 .531 Pftts'gh .63 80 .441
Chlc'go 75,71 .514 Cin'ati ..57 88 .393
Phil'a .-95 49.66QChic'o .68 79.463
Boston .88 57 .607IN York.67 79 .459
Waah'n 77 69 .527S Louis.65 80 .448
Detroit .76 71.517ICIeve'd 48 100 .324
W- L. Pet
Chic'go 8262.569p3r,k'yn .7170.504
!K. City.. 65 77 .458
,74 65.532!S. Louis.61 80 .433
Buffalo .73 66.,526Pitts'gh. .57 80 .416
Mackraan Nail Down Pennant in the
' American League.
Athletics cinched the pennant in
the American League yesterday
when the White Sox copped the sec
ond game of a double bill from the
Boston Red Sox.. Even should the
Red Sox win all their remaining
games, and the Mackmen lose all, the
Philadelphians would still be half a
game in front at the close of the
To cinch the flag the Macks blank
ed St Louis. The significant feature
of the victory was that Chief Bender
did the pitching. The Indian display
ed the usual prowess hethas on tap
in the fall and through: the world's
series. Working easily, he let the
Browns down with four hits -and the
plate was never threatened by a St
This is Bender's second successive
four-hit game and seems to dispose
of gloomy predictions that he is
through and would be valueless To
Connie Mack in the big engagement .
with the Boston Braves.
The Chief is almost a certainty to
start the series, and, despite the fact