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BASEBALL SPORTS OF ALL SORTS BOXING
Chicago, 4; Bostdn, 7 (11 in.).
.Pittsburgh, 7; Philadelphia, 10.
Cincinnati, 6; Brooklyn, 5.
St. Louis, 4; New York, 3.
Chicago, 5; Kansas City, 1.
Indianapolis, 3; St. Louis, 6.
Buffalo, 5; Pittsburgh, 1.
Brooklyn, 6-4; Baltimore, 4-3.
Boston, 2-4; Chicago, 4-5.
Washington, 5; St Louis, 6.
Philadelphia, 3; Detroit, 0.
New York, 7; Cleveland, 1.
Already dissatisfaction is breaking
6ut over the decision in the Welsh
Ritchle fight in London. There is no
doubt but what Welsh had a slight
shade over the American, but experts
over the water contend that the mar
gin was too harrow to warrant fhe
shifting of a championship.
Ritchie Was the aggressor thrfltfgH
out, and towards the close of the
mill dealt out fiome severe punish
ment to the Bfiton. The referee's
decision was based solely oh the good
showing Welsh had made Earlier in
Ritchie and Welsh are matched
again to fight in November, and the
American will have a chance to even
tip for the defeat Willie, with the ex
perience gained in this mill, will not
delay his rally'BO long.
In the meantime Charlie White is
issuing challenges to both Ritchie
and Welsh, but there is little hdpe
that the new champion will gay any
attention to the Chicagbah at the
present time. On the showing he
made against Ritchie in Milwaukee,
White is the logical challenger. But
Welsh first wants to make- some
vaudeville money, as Ritchie got prac
tically all 6f the gate receipts for the
STANDING OF THE CLUBS -
American League. "
W. L. Pet'
Philadelphia 44 29 -603r
Chicago 40 33 .54ff
Detroit 42 35 .5421
Washington 40 34 .541
St. Louis..' 40 36 .526
Boston 39 37 .513
New York 25 44 .362"
Cleveland 25 47 .347
W. L. Pet
New York 41 27 .603
Chicago 40 33 .548
St. Louis ,...38 36 .514
Cincinnati 36 36 .500
Philadelphia 32 35 .478
Pittsburgh 82 36 .471
Brooklyn 31 36 .463
Boston 29 40 .420
' W. L. Pet
Chicago..., 42 28 .600
Indianapolis 88 30 .559
Buffalo 85 30 .538
Baltimore 35 33 .515
Brooklyn 32 33 .492
Kansas City 33 41 .446
Pittsburgh..., 29 38 .433
St Ldiflfl.,....- 31 42 .425
CUbs Get New Shortstop Zabel in
Form Sox and Feds Winj
Two Cub players who broke intd
the game! as pinchers yesterday
against Boston were doing their last
work as members of the West Side
troop. They are Williams and Mbll
vfiii. Manager1 O'Day traded them to
Cincinnati yesterday for ClaUde Der
rick, a shortstop, secured by the Reds
from the Baltimore Internationals.
Derrick will be shoved to short as
soon as he reports here. He has a
chance Before him to become famous.
A shortstop is the only ingredient
Jifeded to makP the Cubs pennant