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BASEBALLS-SPORTS OF ALL SORTS BOXING 1
Sox and Cubs Wust Win Today to
Hold Positions in Race.
Sox Lose Chance to Pass Nationals'
Here Comes Reulbach.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS ,
The Sox and Cubs have to -win to
day. If the South Siders can trim the
Detroit Tigers on the home lot they
will be cable to pass "Washington
-should the later team lose to Boston.
Even should the Nationals win, the
Sox will be so placed that they can
'climb to third place tomorrow by
winning while the Eastern teams are
keeping the Sabbath.
Callahan is going to send Jim Scott
after the game, and Jennings rec
ognizes Scott's ability, for he has
picked the star .of his staff, Jean Du
buc, to puzzle the Sox. Scott is go
ing at high speed. He was given a
fine lamming by Boston "in his last
Start, but Jim waB not hit until he
had given his mates chances to retire
the side. After they slipped he went
Dubuc has been doing a Heinle
Zim and carrying the Tigers on his
shoulders. He has been getting some
help lately from Edgar Willett, but
the Frenchman is always Jennings'
The Soi line-up that started yes
terday's first game will perform.
Fighting in Pittsburgh, the Cubs
are liable to slump to a tie with thp
Cards for last position in the first
division if the Smoky guys make it
three straight The Cards are but a
game behind Evers.
'Charley Smith will probably be
chosen to wori against the enemy,
and Adams orHendrix will represent
the Pirates in the slinging line.
Leach will be back in center, but
Evers is liable to shift Mike Mitchell
to left field and give Frank Schulte
his old place in right.
After today's game the Cubs move
to St-Louis for one-game tomorrow,
St Louis IS
Detroit .'.. 17
New York 9
New York 19
St Louis 19
St Louis 18
11 ' .542
The White Sox lost a" swell chance
to climb above Washington yester
day because of failure to hit in the
first game of the double-header with
the Tigers. Several times openings
were presented, but only once was a
pinch hit delivered, and that scored
all the local runs.
Callahan surprised every one by
sending Kid Smith, the Southern
right-hander, to start the sunrise af
fair. Several times the rookie has
been pushed in as a rescuer, and
lately has shown signs of developing
into a real heaver. He did not last
yesterday biit bs retirement was due