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BASEBALL SPORTS OF ALL SORTS BOXING
Result of the McGoorty-Klaus Clash
Though he won a ten-round deci-
Cubs and Mackmen Have the Edge
On the Third-Base Jobs.
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stand out as the peer of the middle
weight division as a result
The Oshkosh man got the verdict
solely on cleverness. Both men were
aggressive, but few effective blows
were struck. Klaus opened a cut
over McGoorty's eye and Eddie split
Frank's lip with one smash. That was
the extent of the damage done.
McGoorty tried to keep his man at
long range and was superior at that
style of milling. Whenever they came
to close quarters Klaus had the edge.
Klaus had to be warned or holding
and hitting at the same time.
Klaus fought after' the fashion of
Stanley Ketchel and Billy Papke
when that, pair headed the middles.
He was wild with several of 'his flail
like swings, but showed willingness
to take punishment in order to land a
It will take a much longefight to
definitely decide the superiority of
Klaus and McGoorty. Eddie is the
better man over the short route, but
Klaus' bull-like rushes might wear
him down in a finish encounter.
Johnny Dundee of New York was
in Chicago last night" on his way to
the coast, where he meets Joe Aze
vedo Oct. 14. Dundee continued his
journey today. The New Yprker de
clared he would like a chance at Wil-
e Ritchie, and regretted missing the
champion, who went to Milwaukee
yesterday. Azevedo broke from ob
scurity by licking Ad Wolgast Labor
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Sbout in Milwaukee Oct, 13. They will
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Milwaukee 100 67 .599
Minneapolis 97 70 .581
Louisville 94 72 .567
Columbus 93 74 .556
St. Paul 77 89 .463
Kansas City 69 98 .413
Toledo 69 98 .413
Indianapolis 68 99 .408
Brooklyn, 3-4; Philadelphia, 1-4.
New York, 5-1; Boston, 3-8.
No other games scheduled.
Washington, 1; Philadelphia, 0.
New York, 3-5; Boston, 1-1.
Milwaukee, 9-2; Louisville, 5-5.
Indianapolis, 6-5; St Paul, 10-2.
Columbus, 10-4; Minneapolis, 0-9.
Third basemen in the city series
and the world's title clash are the
subject for today's lesson, and the
class must listen attentively to each
pearl of wisdom dropped regarding
the celebrated athletes.
H. Zimmerman, captain and third
baseman of the Cubs, will be the first
insect put under the magnifying
glass. He may also be the first one
put under the shower after the series
starts. But as long as he is in the
game the West Siders will have a
competent guardian of the third cor
ner. Zim is a better ballplayer than
most people credit him with' being.
He is noted mainly for his hitting,
but to this accomplishment he adds
nifty fielding, and he is by no means
a bone. Zim is a really great player.
His batting mark is forty points'
above that of Lord. Figures show he