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BASEBALL SPORTS OF ALL SORTS BOXING
Chicago, 8; Brooklyn, 6.
Pittsburgh, 3; New York, 1.
Cincinnati, 3; Boston, 1.
St Louis, 6; Philadelphia, 2.
Chicago, 4; Baltimore, 5.
St. Louis, 1; Buffalo, 8.
Indianapolis, 4; Pittsburgh, 3.
Kansas City, 4-5; Brooklyn, 1-0.
Boston-Chicago, wet grounds.
New York, 3; Cleveland, 4.
Washington, 8; St. LouiB, 2.
Philadelphia, 2-2; Detroit, 3-1.
Scores of the first qualifying round
of the national open golf champion
ship at Midlothian show that the win
ner of the tournament will have to
shoot par golf or better to land on
top of the excellent field of amateurs
James M. Barnes of Philadelphia
had the low score yesterday with 146,
which is par for the course. Ouimet
and MacDonald Smith tied with 148.
Warren Wood and W. Rautenbusch,
local amateurs, both earned a place
in the finals by doing the 36 holes
in 155. f
The only upset of the day happened
to Alex Smith, whose 163 put him
too far down on the list.
A fine field is scheduled for today
in the second round. Chief interest
centers in J. J. McDermott of Atlanta,
twice open champion, and this year
Metropolitan champion. Chick Evans,
ivennein auu jjuuuiu aunaiun, now
57 Neville and Robert Hunter are the
most notable among the amateurs.
George Sargent and Fred McLeod,
both of the District of Columbia, and
each a former champion, are also'
scheduled for their trials.
Ouimet drove wonderfully yester
day, but lost at least six strokes be
cause of poor putting. The young
champion did not seem to be exerting
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
W. L. Pet.
New York 59 44 .573
Boston 56 47 .544
St Louis 59 52 .532
Chicago 56 51 .523
Brooklyn 48 56 .462
Pittsburgh 48 56 .462
Philadelphia 48 57 .457
Cincinnati 48 59 .440
W. L. Pet
Indianapolis 59 48 .551
Chicago 60 49 .550
Baltimore 57 48 .543
Brooklyn 54 48 .529
Buffalo 53 52 .505
Kansas City. 50 61 .450
St Louis 49 61 .445
Pittsburgh 45 60 .429
W. .L. Pet
PhiladelDhia 71 36 .664
fBoston 59 47 .557
Washington 58 50 .637
Detroit , 56 54 .509
Chicago 55 56 .495
St Louis 52 55 .486
New York 49 61 .445
Cleveland 37 78 .322
Cubs Still Have Chance Feds Drop
Out of First Place.
Some few of the Cubs have not
lost heart in the present race for the
National League pennant They be
lieve there is a chance for the team
to yet pull down the leaders in the
campaign, who are not overly strong.
How far this feeling extends is the
answer to the ultimate resting place
of the West Siders in the scramble
with the Giants, Braves and Cards.
None of the three teams mentioned
could win a pennant against the
brand of ball usually on tap In the
National League. But this is an off
year, and there Is bo dope to go by,