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OF ' ALL- SORTS-lBOXING
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
) American League
W.L. Pc. W:IvPct.
Boston 76 55 .588fN.Y'rk 69 64:519
BROWNS COME TOMORROW
HOT DOINGS FOR SOUTH SIDE
Detroit 76 5S.567
Chicago 75 58 .564;
StLouis70 64 .522
Washn 66 64.508
Clevl'd 63 66.507
W.L. Pet. W.L.'Fct
Phila.. 75 50.600
Br'klyn 76 51 .598
Chicago 59 72.450
StLouis 57 75 .432
American League. Chicago 3,'
Cleveland 0; Washington 0, Boston
0; Detroit 3, St Louis 0; Philadel
phia 8, New York 2.
National League. St. Louis 6,
'Cincinnati 1; New York 9, Philadel
phia 3; Brooklyn 6, Boston 2; Brook
lyn 4, Boston 0.
The new golf shelter at Lincoln
park will be dedicated at 5 o'clock
this afternoon with great ceremonial
eclat. Gov. Dunne will be on'hand
to do some orating and other nota
bles will limber up their vocal chords.
All of which will be endured by the
golfers so they can get a crack at the
shelter, The building is a commodi
ous structure and is a boon to gblf
. ers who use the North Side munici
pal cdUrse. Lockers for men and
women are prpvided and accommo-.
dations for feeding the hungry are
Bob Gardner, national amateur
champion, and Qhlck Evans, nation
al open champion, will compete to-
day at Philadelphia for ;the national
amateur golf title. On what they
have exhibited bo far in the tourney
the two Chlcagoans are evenly i
matched, uaruner nas snowtt the
best driving, but Evans has been
playing hir usual uncanny irons and
is putting as well as Bob,
By Mark Shields
The White Sox have 21 more
.garnet to play; 17 on the home lot
ana wun tne maians m Cleveland. -'
TJoston has 23 more combats on the
card and Detroit has an even score.
In the next five days Detroit has a
alight edge, on the double-hued Sox
because of the arrangement of the
playing-card. Detroit winds up its
series with St. Louis today and then
draws the comparatively soft Indians
for four games.' Boston has ,a series
with Washington, to be followed by
a tangle with the Yanks, and both
sets, are likely to put obstacles in the
way of the world's champions.
Our own 8ox wind up today with
Cleveland" and St. Louis comes to the
South Side tom'orrow Tor the first of
four games. St Louifl was easy in
three games for the 8ox last week.
but it is almost tdo much to hoge for
a sweep here. An even break will be
very acceptable. Jones will exerdsa
his best brand of Ingenuity to down
tne locals, for he bears the clujb no
Weilman, Plank and Koob will be
primed for the coming series, andall '
are southpaws t)f note and able to
hurl som& unusual puzzlement, tb
four days .will .exemplify tfie best in
defensive baseball, and the Sox must j
have first-class pitching every after- J
Today the Browns are .seven and a .
half games from the top and appear '
to be out, of the race, but they will
cause some commotion among the
tnree leaaera, a eacnvor tne trio has
one remaining, series with the
BrownsT Detroit ends the season
with the Jones people.
With Boston on the road for all
but three or four games of the re- '
mainder of the dameaien. their lonrt
Jjs nullified, and-lbe final drive is an .