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"BASEBALL SPORTS OF ALL SORTS BOXING
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
W. L. Pet . W. L. Pet.
Clevl'd. 27 IS .6001 Detroit. 22 23.489
lOork 24 18 .57llChicago 19-23-.452
Wash'n 24 19 .558St.Louis 19 25 .$32
Boston 23 21.523PhiIa. .. 15 26.366
W. L. Pet W. L. Pet
Br'klyn 24 15 .615
Phila.. 23 19548
Chicago 22 24-478
Boston. 20 22 .476
Cinc'ti. 22 25.468
Pittsb'h 20 23'.465
StLouis 20 27 .426
American League. St. Louis 6,
New York, 5.
National League. Boston 3, SL
Roger Bresnahan has signed Third
Baseman Wise for Toledo. Now if
Roge gets Shortstop Witt he'll have
a smart infield.
The wilder the pitcher the easier
Hal Chase, at ,33, is at the top of
his form. He attributes the preser
vation of his remarkable form to
These be festive days for Father
Knickerbocker with the Giants,
Yankees and Dodgers up in the front
There -are some ballplayers who
incline more to the capital J than to
the batting eye.
Charles E. Courtney, for 30 years
rowing coach at Cornell, says this
will be his last season with the crews
at Ithaca. Courtney has been ill
since his skull was fractured on the
eve of the arrival of Cornell crews
at Poughkeepsie last June and is
under the constant care of a nurse.
He cannot stand the heavy work of
directing sports. The blow to the
Big Red water men is somewhat les
sened by Courtney's statement that
he will continue in an advisory ca
YERKES AND DOOLAN SENT TO
ATLANTA BY CUBS
By Mark Shields
Recently we have lieen highly di
verted by " interviews from various
managers of the American league,
all to the effect that the White Sox
were fine ballplayers and should be
up and "winning at the present time.
They all agreed that there were some
good men on the South Side payroll,
but the managers were strangely
silent about teamwork.
However, the baseball writers have
done their best in the alibi line, keep
ing well within proper bounds and
Writing some readable stuff. Yes
terday's Dailv News had interviews
with four A. L. pilots about the Sox
which proved nothing but that one
young man is worth his salary.
At a great outlay of time and the
expense of one bowl of hon :we have
gathered the following interviews,
none of which were had with the
managers mentioned. But they
might have said the following words
and not have been wide 6f what they
were really thinking:
Connie Mack, Manager of Athletics
Playing against the White Sox
helps me to drill my young men.
They learn a lot about things they
should not do.
Bill Carrigan, Manager Red Sox
Every time I look at that Sox team
I am glad I did not sell Tris Speaker
to Comiskey. With one more star
athlete of recognized clouting ability
the Sox might be in eighth place.
Clark. Griffith, Manager Washing
ton We are always frightened when
playing the Sox. Ve fear it will rain
before he end of the fifth inning and
keep us from winning a game.
Bill Donovan, Manager of the Yan
kees My boys realize that thfv
must beat the White Sox if they are
to win a pennant They do it.
Lee rohl, Manager Cleveland x