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I THE OGDEN STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAH: MONDAY, JULY 27, 1914. .
i BUTTE EK SERIES
1 BY WHIG GAME
I , SUNDAY
- j 4
Butte made It three oui of six yes
terdav. McCreery. whose pitching
J vnn the game virtually won himself
i a iryout with Detroit by his work Jlin
McGuire. ho spends his time BCOUt-
I mc for the American league team.
T wag po Impressed by McCreery'fl work
j That he Immediately got Into commu-
nlcatlon with the Bntte owners and
i they announced his sale. Cliff M;i'
I shall, the speedy center fielder waa
J also sold 10 Detroit
I Mickey Shader could not set off to
A a good start. A pass and three hits
I in the second inning resulted In two
I runs and solid hits In rhe third net
I ted another counter Maemurdo. the
1 first man up in the fourth, knocked
I a home run oer the right field fence
I and Shader was yanked in favor ir
I ( ouch From that time on the game
was rhe prettiest kind of a pitcher.'
battle Imaginable
j A single by Wooluins and B two
bagger by Cobb In the first Inning
ij gave Ogden Its only earned run of
I the day The other tally came In the
fM second when Ellis reached first on
H Sawyers error and Shader sent hit1)
4 across with a ."ingle past first base
jj After tho second the Canncrs were
Sj never dangerous McCreery seemed
,J to have everything in the world. He
JI struck out eight men and did not is
1 sue a pass of any klmi.
1 The eighth irning saw the only su
cessful attempt of the Butte bait n
;3 to solve the pitching of Couch Two
.f solid doubleB resulted in one run !:i
I ' j the ninth two errors bv Rlsberg and
' ' 'Ji one hit was responsible for another
I & counter
I a. Sammy LaRocque spoiled a perfect-
a 1
j j 1 The trolleys to your wnrk cort
V I about $60 a year 51 SO in three
Jm I years. A good bicycle vill save
3 I $140 in that time and still he pood
M I for years to come. More than ihat, I
jji it saves time, and time means
a money more wort, more pay,
a I more play, more rc:t. Punctuality
v leads to promotion. Al o, the
3 I bicycle saves doctor! LilL and
gives you a lot of healthy fun for j
M Before you buy, at least com- 1
J pare the Iver Johnicn with other I '
3 B makes compare the finish (five H
I coats of baked and hand rubbed M
M I enamel on ours); take them apart H
jfl I and compare the machine work, Eg
m I temper and design of bearingSf M
fl I try each and compare the riding I
9 I qualities; note the rigidity of our I
9 IJ Truss Bridge Frame the absence I
M I of friction and binding. j
I Omr "By .W e r, UHk trad,
ftdjt ' tii()lt- M
362 Twenty ? ftli Street.
V-
ij tood record yesterday afternoon
0 tbe foui series thai Sammy nas
storked here he baa no! banished or
lined a pjftyt r. thai la. he had not un
til yesterday The funny part about
r fl fbal hfs wrath alighted on Jess
fil rrett, than whom there 13 no mild
er and even-tempered man In the aaao:
ciatli n Something Jeaa sal(1 on ,h''
tachlng line angered LnRneque and
in was sent to the bench. A moment
r Sammy heard some more talk
thai he did not like and be called
'me and expelled Garrett from the
rroundp Aa he passed the press
box JeM onflded that he was the
for something someone else had
said.
Helena opens here Tuesday in.
probablj its last appearance here this
. , , The team has been consider
ably strengthened during the last
; .eek by I be addition of Bauer and
! Thomas from the Boise team, and
; Rustenhaven and KtlSS from Ogden
! Ruatenhaven pitched a fine game 1m
i Salt Lake yesterda and he can be j
'depended upon to give his former
teammates a hard hattle al any time
It Is probnble Ihat Rex Ames will
open the series for Ogden
BUTTE.
AB. R H. PO. A. E.
Demagglo If fi o n ? 0 0
Marshall cf ...... 6 1 1 - 0 0
Sawyer, ss I. 0 0 I
Brndv. 2b. ... . 401160
McClelland. 3b 10 1110
Smith, rf 4 1 1 0 0 0
Maemurdo lb - - J "
Lewis c 1 2 8 I t
McCrecr . p 4 0 1 2 2 0
Totals .. .......37 6 10 '27 12 1
OGDEN
AB. R. H PO. A. fc.
Dowling. 2b 4 0 0 3 3 0
VVoolume lb 4 l l 12 o 0
Jones. 3b. 4 0 1 0 3 0
Cobb, cf 4 0 2 1 0 0
Rlsberg. ss 4 0 0 3 1 2
Raedel, rf. 3 o 0 0 o 0
Ellis. If 4 1 1 1 0
Seabough, c. .1 0 0 7 2 0
Shader. p. 1 0 1 0 2 0
Couch p 2 0 0 0 3 0
Knight 1 0 it 0 0 0
Totals .34 2 6 27 14 2
Batted for Raedel In ninth.
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Butte 021 100 0116
Dpden 110 000 0002
SUMMARY.
Sacrifice hit Sawyer. Two-base
hits Cobb, Maemurdo, Sawyer M;ir
shall, Brady. Jones. Lewis. Home run
Maemurdo Runs batted in By
Brady. Mc( lelland, McCreery 2 Cobb.
Shader Hits Off Shader K In : in
Dings; off Couth 4 In '. innings, off
McCreery 6 In 9 innings Runs i
Off Shader 4 off Couch 2. off McCree- J
ry 2 Struck out By McCreery s. t.y ,
Shader 1. by Couch 7 Base on tails
Off Shader I. Left on bases Butte
0 Ogden 5 Time of game 1 hour
and 4K minutes. Umpire LaRocque.
SATURDAY'S GAME.
Kitty Kuight deserved a shut out i
on Saturday He would have had it
too, if it had not have been for Ellis s j 1
poor judgraeut of a fly ball In the!
eighth inning. After two were down:
LIIK pulled his boner and two hits
in rapid succession gave the Ducks J
three runs and spoiled Kitty's white
wash act.
Up until the eighth the hits off
Knight numbered just seven, one for'
ach iniiinr, lackson was far from!
being the puzzle to the Canners that j
he was on his first appearance here
last Tueaday Fourteen hits, seven1
of them for extra bases, were gleaned
from his delivery Jones and Won1
mrs each got n home run and Mai
murdo for Rutte also gol a four-Off!
knock. With thp exception of tha
Ihird and fourth innings, when Ogden
pot most of tbe runs, tbe game wa--fast
and marked by excellent base
ball The defense of both teams
sas not quite up to the average set
ior ''he series Joints eot two errors
and Risberp one though none of them
was costlj Jackson was charged
uith both errors that the Btttife score
show s.
BUTTE
AB R. H PO. E
DemaggiO, if 4 0 2 i 2 0
Marshall; cf 4 0 l 2 o rj
Sawyer, 88. 4 0 I 2 4 0
Brady, 2b 6 0 o 4 4 0
McClelland, 3Jb 4 l l 2 4 n
Smith, rf 4 o 2 l o n
Maemurdo, lb 1 l 2 10 3 0
Lowis. c 2 0 0 2 1 'i
Vt illnrd. c 2 1 1 "0 1 0
lackson, p 4 u o 0 3 2
Totals 37 3 10 24 22 2
OGDEN
AB R. H. TO A. E
Howling 2b 5 1 8 1 5 0
Woolums, lb. . . 5 1 1 11 0' 0
ones. 3b. 4 2 2 1 0 2
Cpbb. cf. 4 0 0 3 it ii
Kisberg. ss 4 112 6 1
Raedel. rf . . 3 l 2 l 0 0
Bills If 3 3 2 1 0 0
Seaboueh c. 2 o 1 7 l o
Knight, p 3 0 2 0 3 0
Totals 33 9 14' 27 15 3
SCORE BY INNINGS
Butte 000 000 030 1
; Ogden 003 310 11 9
SUMMARY.
Stolen bases Brady. Dowling,
Jones Sacrifice hits Marshall,
j Sawyer, Bllta, Seabough 2. Knight.
! Two-base bits- Dowling Smith. Rae-
del Knlgbt, Demagglo. McClelland
Three-ba6e hits Maemuruo. Raedel
j Home runs Woolurns, Joues. Wll
'urd Runs batted In By Macmur
j do, Willard. Dowling 2. Wooluma
Raedel. Knight. Struck out By Jack-
son 2. Knight 4 Base on balls Off
1 Jackson 1, Knight 1. Left on bases
- Butte 10. Ogden 5. Time or game
( I hour and 49 minutes Umpire
I LaRocque.
RYAN MAKES RECORD.
Chicago, July 26 Patrick Ryan of
i tur New York Irish-American Ath
letic club broke a world s record in
1 throwing the 56-pound weight at the
i Irish American Athletic club games
I at Federal League park todav Me
I made a distance of 42 feet 10 1-2 1
i ln'.iuj,. standing in a seven-foot circle!
; and using both hands. The former
i record of 40 feet 6 3 8 inehes was
j made by M .). MGrath in Montreal,
' 1 $ 1 1 ,
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Read the Classified Ads.
I LIEUT. PORTE'S AID
A NOTED ENGINEER
fl vi -
asanWi u999K
George Ballett.
Though only twenty-four years old,
Georpre Hallett, Lieutenant Porte's
aid on the lattcr's transatlantic flight
next month, is a noted engineer He
learned to fly while helping to install
Curtiss planes in the Russian navy.
He nas accepted bv Lieutenant Porte
for his present mission over scores
of applicants.
BAKER AND COBB
TOP BATTING LIST
Chicago. July 25 "Home Run" Bak
er of Philadelphia has pounded his
way into a tie for the batting leader
ship of the American league- Accord
ng to averages published here today.
Baker and Cobb of Detroit are setting
tbe pace at a rate of .342. In the first
ten :ilso are lackson. Cleveland, 32:'",
E. Collins. Philadelphia 327; Craw
ford, Detroit. 323; C. Walker, St.
Louis, .322. Kirke. Cleveland, .320;
Poumier, Chicago, ,313: Speaker. Bos
ton. i308l A Williams. Washington.
,308. Philadelphia with .263 and I
Washington with .245 lead in club bat
ting. Eddie Collins has tied Maisel of
New York in stolen bases with thlrty
two lii sanies won and lost, the
best regular pitchers appear to be
Leonard. Boston, with 13 and 3. Ben
der, Philadelphia. 8 and 2, and Plank,
Philadelphia. 10 and 3.
Grant of New York tops the Na
tional league race with .342. Next
come Becker. Philadelphia. .326, Dal
ton Brooklyn ,321; Byrne, Philadel
phia. ,815; Meyers, New York. .310;
Winso. St Louis. .303; Phelan. Chi
cago. .3n4; Burns. New York. .302;
Hummel Brooklyn, 802; Archer. Chi
cago, .302 B Bums Philadelphia,
302. Brooklyn Is ahead in club bat
tins; with 266 and New York next
with .263 Herzog. Cincinnati, leads
in stolen bases with thirty-five Ma
thewson, New York, with 17 and 4;
Vaughn, Chicago, with H and 4. and
Doak, St Louis, with 9 and 4, hold
pitching honors.
Kanfi Indianapolis, Le.ads the Fed
tus with 383 in U1'1'1- 'iiid forty
one stolen bases.
Indianapolis with 2SS and Balti
more With -'77. lead the clubs Pitch
mg leadership is held by Kaiaerling,
Indianapolis, ltb 9 wins and 2 de
feats . Pord. Buffalo, with 12 and r ;
and Seaton. Brooklyn with 16 and 7.
In the . ni"t icini association. Tltu.
Kansas Op leads with 892.
Kansas City with .281 and Cleve
land win, -7 B lead the clubs. Kill!
fer with thirty-tour leads the base
tealerp. Top notch pitchers are
Dougherty, Milwaukee, with 9 and 2;
Lallia. Kansas City, IT, and 4, and
Laroy, Indianapolis, 10 and 3.
Larry Lejeune continues the West
ern league leader with 409 Nexi
him are Jordan, Lincoln. ,.",4 Con
galton. Omaha. ,845; Bddlngton, Den
ver .;544; Paterson. Si Joseph, .343;
Kane. Sioux City. .342: Shaw. Des
Moines. 330; Koerner, Topeka, 329;
Butcher. Denver. .32, Earger. Oma
ha, :29 Lending the pitchers are
Scroggins St Joseph, and Oasper.
Sioux City with 13 and 4 each, and
Haskel. Denver, with 15 and 5
In the Southern association, Mc
Comtek retains the lead with .360.
Chattanooga and Mobile are tied for
club batting leadership with .271 each
Hogg, Mobile, with 16 and 6. Hardlnc',
Chattanooga, with 18 and 5; and
TbWEfaend, Mobile, with 12 and 5 lead
the pitchers.
Kritchell. Toronto with M4 leads
in the International league. Balti
more and Providence lead the clubs
With 270 each. In stolen bases Oil
hooley, Buffalo, is the leader with 24
Top notch pitchers Include Bader,
Buffalo, with 9 and 3 Hughes, Ro
chester. 13 and and Ruth. Balti
rSSffe, 14 and 6.
oo
Bordeaux. July 26. Georges Car
pentier, the heavyweight champion,
today won the decision over Kid Jack
son in the fourth round of a boxing
match. Jackson was disqualified ror
fouling
THREE HOME RUMS
DO NOT Wl THE
GAME
Salt Lake, luly 27 Jimmy Cavfl
nr-y batted in all of Salt Lake's runs
yesterda) which numbered four This
be did with three lusty clouts over tlu
fence, once with a runner on the bags
One of Caveney's drlveB was ovr the
inclosing works at the farthest cor
ner of conterfleld and was one of the
lonptst drives ever made from Lu
cas field
The oldest inhabitant of the base
ball park -a daily frequenter surely
j an Inhabitant says Caveney's
st i, k work yesterday set6 a record In
' . nlon league history. It being held
1 that nobody ever before performed
to the extent of three homers In u
single day
Caveney had a perfect day with the
Btick, In addition to his three homers.
Jimmy drew a pas on the occasion of
the other time he appeared at the
plate.
Salt Lake literally threw the game
away Five Wild pegs and one muff
v.. re directly responsible for seven of
Helena's runners trotting from third
base home The record of a day of
wild heaves and their consequences
reads Fourth inning. Hester's throw
to fhe plate, responsible for two
scores; Bostick's muff of a thrown
ball responsible for one score, sixth
Innlnp Caveney"s throw to the plate,
responsible for one score: seventh in
nlns Dawson s wild pitch, responsible
for one score, eighth Inning. Car
nan s late throw to the plate, respon
Bible for one score, ninth Inning. Cav
eney'S throw to the plate responsible
for one score
Rex Dawson and Hal Rustenhaven
landed in the pitching department
Rustenhaven had excellent control
yesterday, and except for Caveney's
lont; drives and a triple by Fren. h
the Sea Gulls' hits didn't amount to
much In the fourth "Rusty" had
the bases filled, but he pulled out
without B score. It was in this Inning
thai French made his triple, but h?
was caught In a run-down between
third and home
Wells, a left-hand pitcher, who has
been playing the outfield for Helena,
and lark Thomas, drawn from the
Boise club, were the hitting stars for
their team Wells laced out two
triples and Thomas got a single and
two doubles.
HELENA.
AB. R. H PO A L
Daschbacb. rf 4 n 0 3 0 0
Radei . 3b 1 1 2 1 I
McNeil ss f 1 1 3 f. 0
Thomas. 2b 5 3 8 4 3 0 1
Lussl Cf 4 1 1 1 1 0
Clark, lb. 5 1 1 9 o 01
Wells. If 4 2 2 1 1 0
Crittenden, c. ... 4 0 2 3 1 0
Rustenhaven, p. ... 3 0 0 1 0 0
Totals 39 9 11 27 12 1
SALT LAKE
AB. R. H. PO A E
Galena, rf 4 0 1 1 1 0
Hester, lb 5 0 1 12 u 1
Carman. If. ... 4 0 u : it 1
Davis, cf 3 1 0 1 0 0
French, 2b. 3 0 1 1 7 0
Caveney hh 3 3 3 1 1 2
BosUck. 3b 3 0 1 2 0 2
Tonneman. c 2 0 1 6 2 0
Dawson, p 3 0 1 0 1 01
Huelsman 1 0 0 0 0 0
Auer 1 0 1 n ft j
Totals 32 4 10 27 12 6
'Batted for Dawson in )th
"Batted for Galena In 9tb.
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Helena
Runs 000 301 131 9
Hits 010 201 14211
, Salt Lake
Runs 001 "1"
Hits . "22 201 111 -10
STJ M MARY
Two-bate hits Lusai Thomas 2.
Tbreo-base hits Wells 2. Rader.
1 French Home runs Caveney 3.
Sncrlfice hits Lussl. French. Stolen
bases Daschbach Wells. Runs hat
ted In Wells. Crittenden Caveney 4
i Double plays--Lussl to McNeil. Mc
. Nell Wo Clark Struck out B Daw
son 6, by Rustenhaven -' Wild pitch
es Dawson 2 Bases on balls -Off
j Dawson 2. off Rustenhaven 5 Lefl
I on baseB Helena 5, Salt Lake 7
Time of game-2 hour.s 4 minutes
j Umpire Knell
' YESTERDAY'S GAMES
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
St. Louis. July 26 St. Louis and
Washington broke een on their dou
bleheader today the visitors taking
the first i to u and the home club
annexing the second 4 to 1 Wash
Ington took the opening game by
bunching hits In the first Inning In
the second game. James had the vis
itors guessing while St. Louis bit
Johnson hard in the opening inning
and scored two runs.
Cleveland. July 26 Boston won its
tenth straight game from Cleveland
today. 4 to 1. Cleveland slightly out
batted Boston, but the latter wa9 able
to bunch hits with Morton's passes.
Chicago. July 26 -Chicago and New
York broke even i a doublehoader
today. New York shutting out the lo
cals, 1 to 0 In a pitchers' battle be
tween Walsh and Cole, and losing the
other 3 to 7 In a batting bee. Walsh
allowed two of the five hits made off
him to be bunched. TheBe scored
the only run of the game.
In the second game the White Sox
hit Brown all over the field for a
comfortable lead and n?er were In
danger.
Detroit. July 26. Detroit s errors
and the heavy bitting of Philadelphia
allowed the champions to win their
eleventh straight this afternoon by a
score of 8 to 6. The conteat wbb
decided in the tenth w hen Barry he u
on i an Infield hit Dnues threw bad
y to second trying for a force play,
jfturphy singled and Veach s throw to
thf plate got past the catcher.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
Los Angeles. Iul 28
The Score: R. H E.
Oakland .. 0 I 1
Venice 6 0 1
Batteries Prulett and Alexander.
Decanniere and Hogan, BUbs.
Afternoon game R H E
Oakland 4 10 5
Venice 3 11 2
Batteries Klawitter and Mltze;
White. Koestner and Klllott (13 In
nlngs i
Sacramento, cnl . July
The score RHE
Los Angeles ...Q 4 1
Bacramento 6 10 U
Ratterles EShmke and Boles, Wil
liams and Hannah
Afternoon game R H. E.
Los Angeles 0 2 1
Sacramento 1 4 1
Batteries Musser and Meek,
Stroud and Hannah
San Francisco. Julj 26,
The Score . R. H B.
Portland 7,16 H
San Fra nrisco . .3 5 1
Batteries Krause and Fisher;
Baum and Schmidt
Afternoon game: R H. E
Portland 1 8 8
San Francisco . ..612 1
Batteries Pan? and Yantz. Per
noil and Schmidt.
WESTERN LEAGUE.
First at Topeka Topeka fi. Des
Moines 1 1
Second at Topeka- Topeka 3. Des
Moines 2
At Lincoln Lincoln 0, Sioux City fi.
First at Denver Denver 5. Oma
ha 1.
Second at Denver Denver 21. Oma
ha fi
At Wi- hita- Wichita I St. Jo
seph fi
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
At Kansas Clt -Kansas City 1,
Louisville 9; second game Kansas
City 4. Louisville 2
i Minneapolis Minneapolis 8, '"n
lumbus 12
At St Paul St, Paul 4. Cleveland 3
Second game: St. Paul 4. Cleveland
1 (called In 6th. i
t Milwaukee Milwaukee 6. Indi
anapolis E Second game Milwaukee
4. Indianapolis 4 (called by agree-.
ment in ;th i
SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION.
At New Orleans - New Orleans 6,1
Nashville 1.
i Montgomery Montgomery I, At
lanta 3.
At Mobile Mobile 9, Chattanoo i
ga 7. I
A i Memphis First game Mem
phis 3, Birmingham 0
Second game Memphis 0, Birminz
ham 1
NCT.THWESTERN LEAGUE
t Seattle Victoria 2. Ballard 7
At Tacoma Seattle 6. Tacoma 6.
Vancouver Spokane, no game.
STANDING OF CLUBS
Union Association
i Won. Lost PcL j
Ogden 13 8 722 1
Butte 12 fi .667 j
Salt Lake 9 9 500
Helena 7 11 .389
National League.
Won LosL Pet.
New York 51 32 614
Chicago 51 37 .580
St. Louis 49 41 544
Boston 40 45 .471
Cincinnati 40 4v 45". I
Philadelphia . .38 16 .452
Pittsburg 37 47 440
Brooklyn 36 46 .439
No games scheduled.
American League
Woa Lost Pet
Philadelphia 55 32 .532
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what would you have lett f
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lessened in 20 long years.
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looking for.
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CIGAR e,
oerfecto Grande 1512 for 25 r
Monarch lO Straight
Concha Grande 3 ror 2,5
Little Tom 5
Ogden, Utah.
Boston 50 40 55o
Washington 47 41 o34
Detroit ... 47 44 516
St. Louis 45 43 .511
Chicago 46 44 .511
New York 36 51 .414
Cleveland 29 60 .326
Federal League.
Won Lost. Pet.
Chicago 51 37 .580
Baltimore 47 3S 553
Brooklyn 44 37 .543
Indianapolis 44 41 .518
Buffalo .. 41 43 .494
Kansas City 41 40 .456
Pittsburg 36 47 431
St. Louis 38 51 .427
American Association.
Won Lost Pc.
Louisville 58 45 .563
Milwaukee 54 43 .557
Cleveland 52 48 .520
Columbus 50 48 .510
Kansas City 52 51 .505
Indianapolis 48 51 .485
Minneapolis 48 51 .485
St. Paul 38 53 418
Pacific Coast League.
Won Lost. Pet-
Venice 62 62 544
Los Angeles 62 53 539
Portland . 56 49 533
San Francisco ... 61 57 -517
Sacramento 54 59 .478
Oakland 44 69 .389
Northwestern League
Won. Lo3t. PcL
Vancouver 64 40 615
Spokane 59 42 584
Seattle 61 45 .575
Victoria 43 59 .422
Tacoma 44 63 411
Ballard 41 63 .394
Western League.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Sioux City 58 40 592
Denver 57 40 .588
St. Joseph S3 42 .558
Lincoln 51 45 531
Des Moines 50 48 .510
Omaha 44 51 .563
Wichita 39 58 .402
Topeka 35 63 .357
Southern Association
Won Lo3t. Pet.
Birmingham .. .54 42 .563
New Orleans . 52 44 542
Mobile 53 46 .541
Atlanta 51 45 .531
Chattanooga 52 47 .525
Nashville 49 48 .50R
Memphis ... 42 48 467
Montgomery 39 63 382
REVIEW OF WEEK'S
BASEBALL GAMES
New York, July 26 The record
in each major league of games played,
won and lost during the week with
hits, runs, errors and men left on
bases, follows
National League.
Team P. W L. R. H. E. Lob
New York . .5 5 0 32 63 4 3U
Chicago 6 6 0 43 61 10 41
St. Louis . 6 6 1 23 59 6 39
Boston . . . 7 5 2 21 43 9 51
Cincinnati 7 1 6 17 50 16 34 f
Philadelphia .7 1 6 23 49 16 36
Pittsburg . 7 2 5' 13 44 11 38 j
Brooklyn ....7 1 6 24 66 10 4fi
American League.
Team P. W. L. R. H. E Lob
Philadelphia fi 6 0 34 61 8 40
Boston . .5 4 0 23 54 8 4fi
Washington 4 2 2 16 35 8 3?
Detroit ...6 0 5 18 53 11 43
St. Louis . 5 2 2 16 33 12 88
Chicago .... 5 2 8 13 38 9 28
New York 7 3 3 22 67 11 49
Cleveland . .6 1 6 17 48 8 48
Tie game Tuesday, July 21.
Tie game Thursday, July 23
SEMI-FINALS TO
BE PLAYED OFF
Boston, July 27.--The semi-finals,
both In the singles for the Longwood
cup and in the eastern doubles cham
pionship were reached today in the
lawn tennis tournament at the Long
wood Cricket club. All the matches
were set for the afternoon
The singles brought together M K
McLoughlln of San FrancSsco, nation
al champion, and R. N. Williams, sec
ond, of Philadelphia, both members
of the Davis cup defending team. A
third member of the team, Karl H. I
Behr of New York, was paired with
T. R. Pell of New Y'ork in a doubles
contest against A. S. Dabney and N
W. NUes, both of Boston.
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