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BASEBALL SPORTS OF
Chicago, 3; Detroit, 2.
St. Louis, 3; Cleveland, 6.
New York, 3-3; Boston, 2-4. '
Pittsburgh, 4; St. Louis, 1.
Philadelphia, 8; Brooklyn, 7.
Boston, 7; New York, 6.
St. Louis, 8; Chicago, 13.
Indianapolis, 3; Kansas City, 5.
Baltimore, 4; Brooklyn, 5 (10 in.).
Buffalo, 6; Pittsburgh, 2.
Over in Paris they are working up
quite a bit of excitement about the
Johnson-Moran fight scheduled for
late tomorrow afternoon. Despite the
warming interest, little money is be
ing placed, as the negro is a favorite
at odds of from two to three to one.
By tomorrow tHe wise boys believe
the price may be even longer, and
they are waiting for ringtime to put
down their money.
At 3 to 1 Moran looks like a good
chance for a few loose dollars. John
son certainly is not the man who
won the championship from Jeffries.
To the" disadvantages of age must .be
added the wear and tear of a killing
pace among the white lights.
Moran has nothing to lose by this
battle. If he is licked Jt will not
cause aTipple on the pugilistic sea.
And he has a good chance to win.
Over here we don't know a whole
lot about the Pittsburgher. It is all
a question of 'whether he is good
enough to take advantage of John
If he can keep away .from the
smoke for a few "rounds' he should
be able to go in and batter his way
to the title. If Moran is a smart
fighter with fair hitting power he' wil
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
Philadelphia 35 24
Detroit 36 29
Washington 33 27
St Louis 34 28
Boston 31 31
Chicago 30 31
New York 22 35
Cleveland 22 38
f National League.
New York... 33
St. Louis 32
Baltimore . . . . ', . .30
Kansas City 30
St Louis ,...26
Chase Enjoined by Comiskey Sox
and Feds Win.
President Comiskey of the White
Sox was successful yesterday in his
efforts to prevent Hal Chase perform
ing with the Buffalo Feds.
An injunction was served on the
former Sox during the second inning
of the game with Pittsburgh, ana" Hal
left the pastime after striking out his
only time at bat
Federal League lawyers today plan
ned to take the case up immediately,
and try to have the injunction dis
solved. If this cannot be done, an
early trial' will be demanded on the
merits of the case.
This fight will be made squarely