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BASEBALL SPORTS OF ALL SORTS-BOXING
Chicago, 2; Washington, 0.
St. Louis, 3; New York, 4.
Cleveland, 0; Philadelphia, 4.
Detroit, 3; Boston, 1.
New York, 8; Chicago, 4.
Brooklyn, 3; St. Louis, 0.
Boston, 1; Pittsburgh, 5.
Philadelphia, 2; Cincinnati, 0.
Pittsburgh, l; St. Louis, 2.
No other games scheduled.
St. Paul, 10; Minneapolis, 2.
No other games scheduled.
Charlie Whije battered Joe Azevedo
so badly in San Francisco last night
that the referee was forced to call
the battle in the 18th round to save
the Portuguese battler from a com
But it was a costly victory for the
Chicagoan. He not only failed to add
luster to his brilliant record, but In
jured both his hands. And injured
hands are fatal to a pug. Possibly
the milts will heal and be as good as
they ever were. But the Injuries un
doubtedly weakened them, and there
Is more chance for them to buckle the
next time Charlie goes against a good
White claimed that his right hand
was hurt in the third round and his
left in the eighth. It was noticeable
that he started several heavy wallops,
but pulled them before they landed.
The bout was not exciting. Aze
vedo took a lot of punishment, but
there wasn't a knockdown In the 18
rounds. At the close Azevedo was
knocked out.on his feet
McDonald and Rautenbusch will
meet over the Jackson Park golf
course today for the Chicago amateur
title. Samuelson defaulted to McDon
ald yesterday, and Rautenbusch, by
a hard uphill fight, beat Hunter by
STANDING. OF THE CLUBS
St Louis 43
New York 46
New York 56
Chicago -... .53
St Louis 53
Boston ... 49
Baltimore .....;.. 53
St Louis 48
Kansas City 43
49 . .530
Blackburne Shows the Proper Spirit
Why did the Sox win a ball game
If you were there you may think
it was due to the excellent pitching
of Joe Benz, the star fielding of Buck
Weaver, or the error of Chick GandiL
the Washington first baseman, in the
And to a certain extent, all of those
answers are right. Gandil's error
was a big factor, but-the earnestness
of Russell Blackburne made it pos
sible for the Sox to get the fun ad
vantage from the slip.
One Sox had been retired and none
were on when Blackburne faced
Ayers, .who pitched .even better fcal