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BASEBALL SPORTS OF ALL SORTS BOXING STANDING OF THE CLUBS National League W. L. Pet - W. L. Pet. StLouis 3 2 .600 Pittsb'h 1 4 .200 Br'klyn 0 2 .000 Boston. 0 2 .000 American Leaerue W. L. Pet W. L. Pet. Phila.. 2 01.000 N.York. 2 0 1.000 Chicago 3 2 .600 Cinc'ti. 3 2 .600 Chicago 3 1 .800 Clevl'd. 3 1 .800 Boston. 2 1 .667 Wash'n 2 1 .667 Phila... 1 2 .333 N.York. 1 2 .333 StLouis 1 3 .260 Detroit. 1 3 .250 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS National League. St. Louis 5, Chicago 3; Cincinnati 5, Pitts burgh 2. American League. Chicago 6, De troit 2; Cleveland 4, St Louis 0. By downing the Pullman Profes sioaals, 2 to 0, Sunday the Corin thians went into the third round of the Peel cup. competition, providing a protest of Manager Smale on the eligibility of Holmes doesn't stand against the team. It is claimed that Holmes was not properly released by the Chicago Americans, who are now out of existence. Racine trimmed Harmon and Cooper's crew at Dreamland rink Sunday in an exciting game of roller hockey, 4 to 1. TWs gives Racine the series, 4 to 3. Les Darcy will appear Tuesday be fore the Wisconsin fight com'n to get a hearing of his managership and to appeal for a chance to scrap in Wis consin. Pitcher Hubert Scott Perry of the Cubs will play with the Joliet team of the Chicago league this season. Ed Stack, another ex-Cub, will be, a teammate of Perry. Aquinas trimmed Tonti, 27 to 16, for the Knights of Columbus basket ball league title Sunday. Welsh and Kilbane hive signed for mt in New York, May 1 VIC SAIER BREAKS HIS LEG MAY BE OUT FOR SEASON The loss of several ball games by the Cubs is not even an item com pared with the loss of Vic Saier, vet d . first sacker. He will probably be out of the game for the season with the broken ankle which he sustained in a dash for the home plate during the only batting rally staged by the Cubs. Vic tore in from second base on a pinch hit by Doyle. His spike caught on the corner of the plate and his foot turned completely around as he lay moaning on the ground. The pain was terrible. Two phy sicians rushed down from the stand and cracked the shattered bone back into place. Vic was then carried from the field and later taken to a hospital. The break was very similar to the one Larry Doyle sustained last sea-v son and Doyle was practicallyout for the whole year's session. The accident was a hard crack be tween the eyes to the Cub machine. Vic started the seasoji's work as an improved player. His fielding eye was 100 per cent good and his bat has hung up a marker on several oc casions when said marker was badly needed. ' After the bit of tough luck broke, Harry Wolter was shifted from right field to first base, Flack sent from left to right field and Mann sent to Flack's place. It is probable that Wolter may stick to first base. He has had plen ty of experience at that position, v . Incidentally the TSubs dropped the ) first game to the Cards because said Cards put up a bit better game. Weeghman's word to the Cub outfit is to plug all the harder, in spite of the initial sack blow. More power to them! If Clarence Rowland's pitchers can just keep up their present pace we '