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BASEBALL SPORTS OF ALL SORTS-BOXING 1
Chicago, 9; Boston, 5.
Pittsburgh, 2; Philadelphia, 3.
"Cincinnati, 4; Brooklyn, 0.
St Louis-New York, rain.
New York, 1; Chicago, 2.
Boston, 7; Cleveland, 3.
Washington, 1-0; Detroit, 3-11.
Philadelphia, 7-6; St. Louis, 1-3.
Indianapolis, 7-5; Brooklyn, 6-1
(first game 13 in.; second 7 in.).
Chicago-Buffalo, not scheduled.
No other games, rain.
So long as the top-notchers of the
fight game remain peaceful we must
be contented with battles between fel
lows of lesser ability.
Joe Mandot and Joe RWer3 have
just been matched for another go, to
take place in New Orleans Oct. 3.
rm,oaQ foiinwH have mixed several
5,nn v.ofnre m& Rivers holds the
majority of the verdicts. Both men
have gone back considerable, but are
as good as any of the present light
weight crop with the exception of the
champion, Ritchie and White.
Artie Kaufman of New York drew
with Danny Goodman of Chicago in
ten rounds at Battle Creek, Mich.,
icf nicrVit TCanfman outnointed the
Chicagoan, who earned a draw on
aggressiveness. Goodman had been
picked as an easy winner.
Football mutterings are beginning
to break onto the sport page and in
three weeks many of the gridiron
camps will be active. Conference col
leges whose training periods are re
stricted, do not begin their prelimi
nary work as early as some of the
eastern institutions. Official call has
gone out for -University of -Chicago
footballers to report Sept. 21, but
many of the candidates for the 'eleven
will put in some conditioning stuntB
of their own preliminary to reporting
to Coach Stagg for the annual grind.
STANDING OF THE DLUBS
National League. '
W. L. Pet
New York 69 48 .551
Boston 59 49 .546
St. Louis 62 53 .539
Chicago 59 53 .527
Philadelphia 51 58 .468
Cincinnati 52 60 .464
Pittsburgh 50 59 459
Brooklyn 49 61 .445
W. L. Pet
Philadelphia 76 37 SIS
Boston 64 47 .577"
Washington 60 63 .531
Detroit 58 57 .504
Chicago 56 60 .483
St Louis 64 59 .478
New York 51 63 .447
Cleveland 38 81 .319
W. L. Pet
Indianapolis 65 49 .570
Chicago 62 51 .549
Baltimore 58 52 .527
Buffalo 66 53 .514
Brpoklyn 54 55 .495
Kansas City 53 62 .461
St. Louis 52 63 .452
Pittsburgh 47 62 .431
Cubs Can Win Any Time They Play
Because of a few vigorous hits ap
plied in the pinch, some Intelligent
work on the bases and a general
fighting spirit all along the line, the
Cubs yesterday looked like pennant
winners, despite poor short-stopping
by Corriden and mediocre pitching by
Lavender and Vaughn.
And it was the kind of game the
Cubs have been capable of all season.
They did nothing wonderful defen
slvefy. In fact, the fielding was very
uncertain, due, in large part, to the
bad condition of the diamond. But
they tore in viciously, attacked In. unt-