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BASEBALL SPORTS OF ALL KINDS BOXING
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
, National League
W. L. Pet. W. L. Pet.
Phila.. 87 60 .592Pittsbh 7179.473
Boston 78 67 .538 SU-Kmis 70 79 .470
Br'klyn 79 69 .534 Cincin'ti 69 81 .460
Chicago 71 78 .477N.York. 67 79 .459
W. L. Pet W. L. Pet
Boston 99 46.683
Detroit 98 53.649
Chicago 89 61 .593
Wash'n 83 65 .561
Pittsb'b 84 64 .568
Chicago 83 64 .565
.KCity. 80 70.533
IN.York. 66 81.449
StLouis 62 87 .416
Clevel'd 57 93.380
Newark 75 71.514
Buffalo. 73 78 .483
Brook'n 70 81 .464
National League. Chicago 5, Cin
cinnati 4; Brooklyn 2, New York 1;
Philadelphia 5, Boston 0.
American League. Chicago 13,
Cleveland 6; Detroit 3, St. Louis 2;
Washington 10, Philadelphia 2;
Washington 20, Philadelphia 5.
Federal League. Chicago 6, Pitts
burgh 3; Kansas City 1, St Louis 0;
Buffalo 7, Brooklyn 6.
The Feds won. A game from Pitts
burgh, 6 to 3, while Kansas City was
busy beating St Louis slipped the
North Siders within a half game of
the lead. They now have to win only
four of their remaining five games
i with the Rebels to bring home a pen
inant In the National league a flag race
was ended yesterday when the Phils
took a one-hit game from the Braves,
via Alex the Great Cravath broke
up the party with a homer in the first
when two men were holding down
the sacks. The score was 5 to 0.
. This is the first time in thirty-two
years that the Phillies have gotten
away with anything in the pennant
line. Naturally, therefore, Pat Moran
HURRAH FOR PAT AND HIS MEN
By H. M. C.
Say, folks, just where are we at?
Really, what do you think of that?
The National pennant goes to "Pat,''
Husky "Pat" Moran.
Patrick's crew have worked like
Wednesday aft they trimmed the
A lot of worry for 'Tat" that saves,
The flag is in his han
"Pat" Moran, the miracle man,
Imagine his feelings if you can.
He's grabbed the prize of baseball
At least the National end.
Now we'll see, say, can it be,
That Patrick's crew will lose, but
And take four games from Boston,
Hurrah for Patrick's men!
is considerable hero in and about
Quaker town today.
Manager Carrigan and several
players of the Boston Red Sox,
billed as the opponents of the Phils
in the last series, watched the per
formance in Boston. They found
food for thought and showed consid
erable interest when Cravath slapped
out the long one which scored three.
That queer bunch over on the West
Side copped again. Now they have
an undisputed hold on fourth place
and will at least uphold the honor
of our fair city by staying in first di
vision if they win a couple of four to
come with the Cinci Reds.
They have gone a long way since
last week, when the heart-rending
fight was being waged against the
Giants to see which, team would hold
down the bottom of the league. Five
straight from the Reds had some
thing to do with this. And with four
more to be played with the Herzogs
things look fair for the West Siders.
All that noise you heard yesterday
was the crash of Sox bats when they