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BASEBALL SPORTS OF ALL SORTS BOXING
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
W. L. Pet W. L. Pet.
N.Y'rk 68, 52.523
Clevl'd 63 74.515
Washn 65 63.508
W.L. Pet W.L. Pet
Boston 75 55.577
Detroit 75 57.568
Chicago 73 58 .557
St.Louis69 63 .523
Phila.. 73 49.598
Br'klyn 74 50 .597
N.York' 59 62 .488
IPittsb'h 60 67.472
StLouis 56 75 .427
American League. Chicago 4,
Cleveland 3; Detroit 4, St Louis 3;
Boston 5, Philadelphia 2.
National League. New York 6,
Brooklyn 1; Brooklyn 2, New York
1; Pittsburgh 3, St Louis 2; Pitts
burgh 6, St Louis 3.
Bob Gardner and Chick Evans
came through their second rounds
in the national amateur golf tourney
easily and there is a fine chance the
two Chicagoans will meet in the
finals. They are in opposite halves
of the draw. Gardner today meets
Bob Jones, tie Atlanta kid who has
surprised the golfing world By his
showing. Yesterday Jones put out
Dyer, who was picked by many pro
fessionals to win the championship.
One man died yesterday at Colora
do Springs as a result of the bleach
er crash at the White-Welsh fight
He had two broken ribs and pneumo
nia developed. m
Thirty-four men reported for first
football practice at La Grange high.
A fast light eleven is predicted for
the suburbanites. Many of the new
men are track stars.
Louis Berger, Chicago and Wis
consin football and basketball star,
has been made athletic instructor of
Carl Schurz high school. He is
orking with the football men.
THREE TEAMS IN EACH LEAGUE
LEFT IN PENNANT FIGHT
By Mark Shields
It is in order to count the Browns,
Yanks and Indians out of the Amer
ican league pennant chase. The
Jones and Donovan clans are each
seven games from the lead and
Cleveland is a game back of that
pair. Only a marvelous spurt by
one of the trio, combined with a ter
rific break by the three leaders, will
give any one but Boston, Detroit
and the White Sox. a shot for ohe
The schedule is against the world's
champions and the team has been
hitting some hard bumps recently,
but it is hard to prognosticate a sus
tained slump for a club boasting
such a pitching staff as Boston has.
The club is essentially a defensive
combination, but unusually strong
in that department And Jack Barry
will be back by the time the Carri
gans head westward.. Barry is the
foundation of the infield, its pivot in
more ways than one, and keys the
entire clan to fighting pitch.
Detroit is not to suffer the loss of N
Harry Coveleskie, its pitching star,
who was hit in the stomarch by a
ball recently He worked against the
Browns yesterday and was effective '
the seven innings he remained in the
Our .own nopes are having first
base troubles. Ness is hurt, and
when Fournier was canned for kick
ing yesterday, Hasbrook, a Central
ass'n player, went to the initial sta
tion. This kid, raw and untutored,
has in his grasp the opportunity of
being one of the heroes of the year.
If he comes through with some air
tight fielding and hits a good lick he
will keep the job permanently.
'He has ginger and courage.
Throughout the game he was chat
tering at his .fellow players. Ho