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BASEBALL SPORTS OF ALL SORTS BOXING
St Louis, 1-9; Chicago, 3-7.
Cleveland, 6; Detroit, 13.
Chicago, 1; St. Louis, 6.
Cincinnati, 3; Brooklyn, 6.
Chicago, 0; Baltimore, 1.
Indianapolis, 21; Pittsburgh, 6.
St. Louis, 3; Buffalo, 2 (10 in.).
Milwaukee, 6; Kansas City, 1.
St. Paul, 3-0; Minneapolis, 1-4.
Louisville, 2; Indianapolis, 1.
Columbus, 7-5; Cleveland, 8-1.
Golfers of renown were out in force
at Midlothian yesterday getting the
lay of the course in preparation for
the national open championship,
which will be started tomorrow. Prac
tice rounds were the order again to
Francis Ouimet, national open
champion, shot a 71, two under par.
The Easterner got off some remark
able drives, frequently sending the
ball 300 yards down the course with
his tee shot
George Cummings was credited
with a 69. Alec Smith had a 71, and
Louis Tellier, the French crack, hung
up a 72.
First half of the qualifying round
will be played tomorrow and the sec
ond "Wednesday. The 32 best scores
will contest for the championship at
72 holes of medal play, 36 Thursday
and the same distance Friday.
America lost the DaVis tennis cup
to Australia, but Maurice McLoughlin
proved himself the best tennis player
in the world by defeating both
Brookes and Wilding in the singles
matches. If McLoughlin had placed
more -reliance in Bundy in the dou
bles an American victory might have
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
W. L. Pct,j
New York 58 43 .574
Boston 54 46 .540a
St Louis 57 52 .523
Chicago 54 51 .514-
Brooklyn 48 54 .471
Philadelphia 48 55 .4663
Pittsburgh 47 55 .461
Cincinnati 47 57 .4520
W. L. Pcth
Philadelphia 69 35 .663
Boston 59 47 .557
Washington 56 49 .633
Detroit 55 53 .509
Chicago ,.55 56 .495
St Louis 52 54 .49
New York 48 59 .449
Cleveland 36 77 .319
Federal League. 3
W. L. Pct3
Chicago 60 48 .556"
Indianapolis 5? 48 .543a
Baltimore 56 48 .53$
Brooklyn 53 46 .535
Buffalo 52 52 .500,
St. Louis 49 60 .450j
Kansas City 48 60 .444
Pittsburgh 45 58 .437"
Wait Until Next Year for the Cubs
and Sox Feds Dumped.
There is no mystery about the re-j
cent failure of the Cubs to win balL,
games. When a team can neither hitj
nor field it has slim chance of defeat-4
ing the opposition. Outside of those1
two handicaps, the Cubs are great
Of their last 18 games the West
Siders have won exactly four. Those'
were copped on afternoons when they
remembered some of the baseball)
they used to know. Any team in the
National this year which can. remem-,
ber even half as much as it formerly,
did, should be successfuL - i