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BASEBALL SPORTS OF ALL SORTS BOXING
i RESULTS YESTERDAY
Chicago, 1; Boston, 4.
Pittsburgh, 2; Philadelphia, 0.
(!0 St. Louis-New York, rain.
New York, 9; Chicago, 0.
Philadelphia, 9-1; St. Louis, 0-0.
Boston, 1; Cleveland, 3.
Washington, 1; Detroit, 2.
No games scheduled.
McLoughlin and Bundy retained
the national doubles tennis cham
pionship by beating Mathey and
Church in straight sets at Newport,
6-4, 6-2, 6-4. As In the Davis cup dou
bles, Bundy was the strong man of
the championship team. McLoughlin
was erratic, but Bundy's brilliant
playing tangled the challengers badly.
G. 0. Simpson of Omaha, with 146
for the first half of the 72-hole cham
pionship, leads the field at Minneap
olis. Tom McNamara of Boston, who
shot consistent golf in the national
open at Midlothian, was one stroke
back. Such stars as McLeod and Sar
gent of the District of Columbia, who
were among the prize winners here,
took over 150 for the 36 holes.
Miss MyFa Helmer, present wo
man's western golf champion, played
gamely yesterday to defeat Mrs.
Heaning of Wheaton, 8 and 2. She
was one down In the morning, but ral
lied and turned In a fine afternoon
Sam Langford knocked out George
Cotton, another smoke, In the fourth
round at Boston. Langford led all the
Steve Yerkes, unconditionally re
leased by the Ked Sox, will Join the
Pittsburgh Federals today.
o o ,
Satan uses many different kinds
of bait, but he can catch all the loaf
ers he wants with a bare hook.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
New York 69
St Louis ....62
St Louis 54
New York 62
Buffalo . 56
Brooklyn ...' 54
Kansas City 63
St. Louis 52
Stallings Uses Two Sets of Fly
Chasers With Good Results.
Clever baserunnlng in the fifth in
ning put Boston ahead of the Cubs
yesterday, and during the rest of the
game luck broke so badly against the
locals that they, couldn't overcome
the handicap. Both teams played ex
cellent ball and there was no disgrace
for the loserf It was Boston bright
ness rather than Cub dumbness
Many managers have tried running
a ball team with a double-entry out
field. That is, using two sets of gar
deners, one for attack against south
paw pitchers and the other for right