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BASEBALL SPORTS OF ALL SORTS BOXING
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
W. L. Pet W.-L. Pet
Brklyn 29 16 .644Chicago 25 27 ."481
Phila.. 27 20.574 Cinc'ti. 24 27.471
N.York 24 21 .533Pittsbh 21 27.437
Boston 22 23.489StLouis21 32.396
W.L. Pet W.L. Pet
Clevl'r. 32 21.604
Wash'n 29 23 .558
Detroit 30 24.556
N.York 27 23.540
Boston. 27 26.509
Chicago 25 26 .490
StLouis 22 30 .423
Phila... 15 34.306
National League. Cincinnati 5,
St Louis 2.
American League. Boston 3, Chi
cago 1; Detroit 8, Philadelphia 2;
New York 19, Cleveland 3; Washing
ton 5, St. Louis 1.
Fans in St Louis approve the plan
to move the clocks an hour ahead. In
this way they could get the baseball
season over sooner.
We notice that MTw'z is back on
first base for Cincinnati. Good old
Freddie Welsh, Ted Meredith and
Binga Desmond threaten to retire.
This ought to put the running game
on the blink.
Babe Ruth of the Red Sox has a
wicked way of feeding baseballs to
rightfield bleacherites. Wdnder if
he knows these pills cost $1.25 per.
Ad Wolgast is fighting low these
nights and hitting below the belt.
Being of Teutonic descent Ad natu
rally believes in submarine warfare.
Weeghman's Cubs have one press
agent Brooklyn has nine, but they
play every day.
Members of Press Golf club will
compete at Evanston Wednesday for
the Examiner and Pair cups and
Worthington diamond trophy.
British 2, Americans 1.
Scandinavians 1, Bohemians 0.
SOX TO PLAY EXHIBITION GAME
WITH WAUKEGAN TODAY
The White Sox, after playing like
champions fora few days, hit the
old slump yesterday. From 10 hits A)
against Boston's 6 they could only
manufacture one run.
Buck Weaver helped the Boston
cause by one of his old-time wild
throws to the grandstand after he
had fielded Janvrin's grounder. Jan
vrin went to third whije Fournier
was chasing the ball
Eddie Collins went to the plate
five times without getting a hit or a
pass. There is a rumor that he's
going to be dropped in the batting
order and Joe Jackson moved up.
The latter grabbed off three hits yes
terday, one of them a double.
No game is scheduled for the
White Sox today and they're using
the open date for an exhibition game
in Waukegan. In the meantime,
Rowland and Comiskey are trying to
figure out some way to avert another V
Jack Ness and Happy Felsch have
both recovered from their injuries
and may be shoved into the line-up
tomorrow. What Rowland is par
ticularly worried over is whether or
not to stick Fred McMullin into the
McMullin is one of the best stick
ers on the team. But young Terry
has been playing as fast a game as
any other shortstop in the big league.
His benching would undoubtedly
make a big difference in the defensive
strength of the infield.
Eddie Cicotte made his first ap-
pearance yesterday since May 19.
His work after relieving -Russell in
the 8th convinced Rowland that the
little Frenchman is again ready to
take his regular turn in the box.
The Boston scribes persist in
printing a story to the effect that
George Stallings of the Braves is