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BASEBALLSPORTS OF AU SORTS-BOXING
STANDING QFTHE CLUBS
Paul Hunter, Midlothian, led the
Chicago golfers in the 18-bole quali
fying round of the -western amateur
golf championship at Cleveland, when
he tied with Jack Neville of San Fran
cisco at 76 for low score. R H. Bank
rd, Donald Edwards, William Rau
tenbusch, Chick Evans, Mason
Phelps, Bob Shealy and Carl Deyol
were among the 18 Chicagoans who
finished in "the first 64, from which
32 will qualify today for match play."
Evans had a poor 81, but possessed
, a good alibi in the fact that he had
left his clubs in Chicago and playing
with strange ones. His first ten
holes were mediocre, but the last
eight were rattled off in par. Chick
win have his own implements today.
Pine work on the greens is required
over the Mayfield course and this
may handicap the present champion.
Dewey Knight, Binga Desmond,
Roy Campbell, Johnnie Breathed and
Herman Stegeman wifl represent the
University of Chicago at the National
A. A. TJ. championships at the Panama-Pacific
exposition. DIsmond and
Campbell were point winners at the
elimination meet last Saturday.
Seven athletes will be sent by the
I. A. C, Ivan Meyers, De Pauw ath
lete and Conference mile champion,
being the star of the crew. The men
will leave next Tuesday, arriving in
time to train properly before the
eMilburn Saylor knocked- out Billy
Wagner of Chicago in the sixth round
at Cincinnati. Wagner was out
v .. tfught all the way.
-Mickey Sheridan, 26, 3815 & Hal
sted, a lightweight boxer of local
fame, was injured when struck by an
aato at 82d street and Indiana av.
Sheridan was forced to cancel five
fights he had for next two months,
New York Yanks have effered
$2,500 for Outfielder Miller of Mobile,
one of the best hitters of the South
em league. Ddhovan is not satis
fied' with is gang's batting.
Chicago 4i37 ,538
StLouis 41 43 .488
Pittsb'h 39 41487
Brklyn 43 37-,W8jBostan "38 43 ,469
N.York ,3838:.SeuCinchVt 32 43 .427
W. I Pet W. L. Pet
Boston. .51 29 .638Wash'n. ,42 41 .506
Chicago 53 32 .624 StLouis 32 49 .395
Detroit .51 31 .622 Phila, ...29 52 .358
N.York .42 40 .512 Clevel'd 28 54 .341
W. L. Pet W. L. Pet
KCity .48 33.593Newark 42 41.506
Chicago 48 34 .585
Pittsb'h 43 37)538
Brook'n 36 48 .429
Buffalo .37 51.420
Bait ...30 50.375
National League. Philadelphia 5,
Chicago 4; New York: 4, St Louis 3;
Brooklyn 3, Pittsburgh 0; Boston 4,
American League. Boston 6, Chi
cago 4; Detroit 12, Philadelphia 6;
Washington 11, Cleveland 4; New
York 10, St Louis 3; New, York 4, St.
Federal League, Chicago 11,
Brooklyn 5; Baltimore 8, St LquIs 6"
Buffalo 3, Pittsburgh 2. '
Right now Manager Rowland Is
facing the critical period of his en
deavor to compose a winning combi
nation from the different units wear
ing White Sox uniforms, He must
hammer team spirit into all the men
and keep them plugging-when things
are breaking badly, as they have
been the past few days.
The 9oX no longer carry the pres
tlge of leaders and this may have an
effect on the playing of some of the.
fellows. They are making a stern
chase and cannot afford to ease up
for a single moment and take a
breathing period, for In that event
Boston, tempered by several seasons