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BASEBALL SPORTS OF ALL SORTS BOXING
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
W. L. Pet W. L. Pet.
StL's. 73 68.518
Clevl'd 72 69.511
Washn 68 68.500
W.L.-Pct. W.L. PcL
Boston 79 58.577
Chicago 80 60 .571
N.York 72 66522
Br'klyn 80 54.597
Phila.. -77 55 .583
Boston 75 55.577
N.York 68 62.523
Pittsb'h 64 72.471
St.Louis 60 79j432
Cinc'ti. 53 86.381
American League. Chicago 3,
Washington 2; Detroit 4, New York
2; Cleveland 3, Philadelphia 2; Bos
ton 8, St. Louis 3.
American League. Brooklyn 8,
Pittsburgh 1. - '
At Weeghman park tomorrow at 3
o'clopk Queen of Angels and Holy
Family will clash for the baseball
championship of Catholic leagues of
Chicago. Queen of Angels won the
title in the North Division. Holy
Family, champions of the West Di
vision, eliminated the leaders of the
southern division for the right to
play the North Siders. Hubert and
Bennett, star Dattery of Queen of
Angels, will stark the .game. Pres.
Weeghman donated the parjc to the
Albany Park Speed Boys meet the
Boston store at 2:30 tomorrow, Kim
ball and Wilson avs., in the , fifth
round of the elimination contest for
the cup in the Chicago Managers'
Baseball league. Arenburg will be
on the mound for the Boston Store,
opposed by either McAdam or Butz
low. Five thousand fans saw the
game at Wilson and Kimball last
Sunday and arrangements have been
made for as large a crowd tomorrow.
Zach Wheat knocked a homer with
the bases full, making 28 consecu
tive games in which he has hit safely.
TWO-TONED HOSE 'IN DEATH
GRAPPLE ON SOUTH SIDE
By Mark Shields
Red Sox or White Sox are apt to
lose ground during the next three
days in the American league pen- W
nant race. Those two contenders
will be tangled, in a fleath grapple on
the South Side while Detroit has
three meetings with the compara
tively soft Mackmen.
Detroit can sweep jts series, while
the best one of the two contenders
here can hope for is two out of three.
That would place the Tigers another
game ahead of either club.
Following this series the scenes are
shifted, Macks coming here for three
while Boston goes to Detroit
In these games with the Red Sox
the Rowlands must display some
thing far superior to anything they
have shown in their last four games
or Boston will ride over them for the
odd game. The baserunning on the '
South Side has been even worse than
usual, if such a thing is possible.
Chance after chance was thrown
away yesterday and victory was only
gained because Eddie Cicotte pitched
such air-tight ball.
A flock of.fans were there with
hammers yesterday, and when South
Side .fans begin to knock, especially
when the club has a chance for the
pennant, something is radically
wrong. For there is no more loyal
fan acmy-in the world than that
which follows the fortunes of Comis
Russell and Schalk are stiH out of
the fray and there is no telling when A,
they will be back. .Neither was- in
uniform yesterday. Russell was nc
ticeably limping, and his absence
from the Boston series will be a se- .
vere blow, as he has always been ef
fective against this club. Schalk
may he out longer than Russell, for
his throwing hand is badly hurt.