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BASEBALL SPORTS OF ALL SORTS BOXING
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
W. L. Pet. W?LV Pet.
Br'klyn 33 20 .623Chicago 27 31 .466
Phila.. 31 23 .574PittsbTi 25 29.463
Boston 26 25.510Cinc'ti. 27 32.458
N.York 26 26.500SLLouis26 35.426
W. Lu Pet W. L. Pet
Clevl'd. 34 25 .576Wash'n. 31 28 .525
N.York 33 25 .569Chicago 29 28 .509
Boston 32 27 .542 StLouis 26 33 .441
Detroit 32 28 .533 Phila. . . 16 39.291
National League. Pittsburgh 8,
Chicago 3; SL Louis 2, Cincinnati 1;
St. Louis 5, Cincinnati 4.
American League. Chicago 4,
Cleveland 3; SL Louis 8, Detroit 2;
St Louis 3, Detroit 1.
Mebbe the U. S. could subdue Car
ranza's upstarts by mobilizing a
squadron of white hopes with in
structions to charge the free lunch
counters across the border.
Or, on second thought, the war
department might send a few copies
of the Ford joke books to all the Mex
ican officers and let them laugh
themselves to death.
It seems that Baker and Lee Ma
gee have donned -their summer crash
Cap Anson rises to proclaim Dan
Brouthers the hardest hitter he ever
saw. Wonder if Cap ever glimpsed
Jack Dillon in action?
The Braves attribute their slump
to too gentlemanly conduct. Per
haps Percy Haughton's wrist watch
broke their spirit, the poor things.
No right-field fence appears to be
more than half grown when Fred
Luderus really hits one on the nose.
Swedish-American A. C. won the
track and field meet held in connec
tion with the Swedish singers' pic
nic at Riverview. Norwegian Turn
rs were second.
INJURIES UPSET CUBS AND SOX;
TINKS GREATEST SUFFERERS
By Mark Shields
Now comes an opportunity to "see
the stuff of which the second line de- $
fense of the Cubs and White Sox is
composed. Two valuable infielders,
McCarthy of the North Siders and
Terry of the South Siders, were
spiked in games yesterday and each
will be replaced by a substitute for
an indefinite period.
The blow probably falls the hard
er on the Cubs. Tinker has an ex
perienced inner wall man in Otto
Knabe to take the place of Little
Alex, but the club was already han
dicapped by the absence of Heinie
Zimmerman. Now only two regular
members of the machine are left,
just at the time when teamwork was
McCarthy's knee was gashed open
by' the spikes of Max Carey in the
first inning and he was carried from
the field. This makes a tough run of
bad luck for the Tinks. On the east
ern trip the club hit its natural speed
and was kiting along at a pace that
meant a shot for the top of the lad
der. With two men on .the infield
who are not 'fast enough for regular
duty the team suffers irreparably.
Though Rowland has no infielder
to send in for Terry, he is not so
severely handicapped as it Tinker.
Fred McMullin is still limping on
crutches, so there is no chance for
him to take up Terry's duties. This
means Eddie Murphy, an outfielder,
not regularly employed, will be W
drafted for infield work. Murphy
tried it for a few innings yesterday.
He was not a howling success, mess
ing his only chance, but he will be
able to take care of the third base
duties, while Weaver goes to short '
While the defensive play suffers on
the South Side more than on the
North, the attacking side of the cast