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BASEBALL SPORTS OF ALL SORTS BOXING
CITY SERIES RECEIPTS
Paid attendance 6,601
Total receipts $ 4,834.50
Each club's share '. 2,175.52
Commission's share 483.45
Paid attendance 100,891
Total receipts $69,042.00
Players' share (final) 27,880.79
Each club's share 17,128.50
Commission's share 6,904.20
In the first six games last year the
attendance was 153,819, the receipts
S105.815.50, and the players' pool
A good fight is in prospect for Sat
urday night when Young Mitchell of
St. Louis and Jimmy Duffy, the 105
pound pride and Jimmy Kilroy, meet
in a private bout on the North Side.
The battle will not be a hippodrome.
Both midgets are trained for the go
and are down to weight
Mitchell and Duffy have both been
camping on the trail of Young Izzo,
claimant of the 105-pound champion
ship, but he could not see their game.
The winner will go after Izzo with
renewed vigor and seek a cut of the
fair purses being hung up for the lit
tle fellows in preliminaries to main
bouts in Milwaukee and Kenosha.
Frankie Lynn and George Demp
sey fought ten fast rounds to a draw
Jimmy Clabby has. canceled the
fight he had scheduled with George
Chip in San Francisco the latter part
of this month. Clabby refused to let
Chip weigh in at 158 pounds at 3
o'clock. The Hammond man warited
Chip to go on the scales at 6 o'clock,
and the Scranton Greek refused.
Gilbert Gallant won a decision over
Leach Cross at Boston. Cross de
clined to mix matters at any stage of
the proceedings. Gallant put him
down for the count of nine in the
first round and repeated the stunt in
WORLD'S SERIES RECEIPTS
Paid attendance 34,365
Total receipts $ 62,653.00
Players' share 33,832.62
Each club's share 11,277.54
Commission's share 6,265.30
Paid attendance 111,000
Total receipts $225,739.00
Players' share 121,898.94
Each club's share 40,633.08
Commission's share 22,573.90
In the first four games last year the
attendance was 114,310, the receipts
$250,303.50, and the players' pbol
World's Series (Final).
W. L. Pet
Braves 4 0 1.000
Athletics 0 4 .000
W. L. Pet
White Sox 3 3 .500
Cubs 3 3 .500
New York Series (Final).
W. L. Pet
Giants 4 1 .800
Yankees 1 4 .200
St. Louis Series (Final).
Browns 4 1 .800
Cardinals 1 4 .2Q0
Cubs Kick Game Away Braves Are
Best in the World.'
It's something else again today.
The Cubs, with the city pennant ap
parently cinched Sunday, are now In
the position of trailers.
Each side has won three games,
but Callahan has all the best of it
from a strategic viewpoint. He has
three or four pitchers of the finest
caliber to go in and take a whack at
the Cubs. The game will be staged
on the home grounds of the Sox, with
all the advantage a partisan crowd
can afford the South Sidera.
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