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rO'V")r' y f "I" wpwry ynwy try ii r y i in jm iiiT iff yyyfM y 'f'y Migrtry y iii 5 PHONE NUMBERS TO ernVE YAH VM ptest CMetjw Trlb.n. abort I J attCVfii IUU lumbar sImJ f tak car tf your sptcifte m4. For Cubs and Sax scores until P.M., for all scores after P.M., cU Superior 7 0260 For general Information, call between 8: A.M. and 9.-00 P.M. Superior 7 0200 For Trttamo now and display artrer-tlstat or WON and WGN-TV, eall Superior 7 0100 For want ad and all matter relating- to want ad, call WHitehall 4 0400 For eireulatloa orders and com plaint, call , Michigan 2 6300 Monday, September 6, 1954 F IS? UUHS, t mance PART WANT ADS fa) 151 Jhv 1L rn 17 (g J Vie) JV Jl fill nn Jl OJ r 1 1 . iiihi n1llaaiMW'wtftf fi ' ft "-'-ft Stan Musial : BY ARCH WARD STAN MUSIAL, St Louis Cardinal slugger, says he's going to concentrate on hitting singles unless the situation is critical during the remainder of his drive for the National league batting championship. . . . He recalls hearing Babe Ruth quoted that he could have hit .400 s consistently if ne hadn't been trying for home runs all the time. . -. . Unless Johnny Antonelli tr Bob Lemon, make remarkable finishes, no pitcher seems likely to reach the mark of 25 victories this season.. . .Robin Roberts, who won 28 in 1952, was the last National leaguer to win 25 since Bucky Walters pitched 27 victories and Paul Derringer 25 for the 1939 Cincinnati Redlegs. Mel parnell of the Boston Red Sox was the last American leaguer to pitch 25 victories, accomplishing it in 1949. . . . Bob Feller and Hal Newhouser of Cleveland each pitchod 26 in 1946 and Dave Ferris of the Red Sox got 25 the same year. . . . Last season there were, eight who won 20 or more. . . . Roberts, Parnell, Lemon, Virgil Trucks, Warren Spahn, Carl Erskine, Harvey Haddix, and Bob Porterfield. Jockey Eddie Arcaro, who will ride Maine Chance farm's Jet Action in the $168,850 "Washington Park handicap today, brought in the winner of the 1933 running of this event. ... It was No More, which earned $2,295 for his performance. . . . Things have changed in 21 years. ... Today's winner will bring his owner approximately $110,000. . . Arcaro has ridden the winner of nearly every important stake in the country during his 23 years as a jockey. . . . Some of his greatest victories were scored at Washington Park one of them aboard Calumet farm's mighty Citation in the American Derby of 1948. Otto Graham, Cleveland Browns quarter back, who completed 64.7 -per cent of his passes last season, says: " The ability to pass a football is something you either have or have not. . . . It's a matter of coordination. ... But even a fellow with coordination won't be a great passer unless he works at it." . . . Like great performers on the stage, Graham admits that even after so many seasons he's still under considerable tension just before a game He says that when he doesn't get excited any more it will be time to quit. . . . The University of Nebraska athletic department barely avoided going in the red during the last fiscal year. . . . The books showed a net profit of about $100. . . . 'The preceding year the Cornhusker ' athletes showed a $99,000 profit With the football season upon us, we may expect the usual quota of gloomy prognostications from football coaches. . . V The master of them all, perhaps, was Gil Dobie, who also was one of the most successful. . . While walking one fine morning, Dobie met a friend who ventured the observation that it was a nice day. . . . " So far," Dobie admitted bleakly. ... When some of his boys got excited at spotting President Roosevelt while the squad was passing thru Washington, Dobie grunted: "He lives here, doesn't he." . . . After one of Dobie's Washington teams had beaten California, 72 to 0, he ordered 20 laps around the field for everyone. . . .He once caught a back field man staying out late and eating candy and ordered him to carry the ball on every play in the next game. . . . As the back crawled off the field after 20 plays, Dobie pointed a scrawny finger at him and shouted: " You will break training, will you! " o. lokrotn $ioo,&du mue i oaa SEIXAS WINS; HART17IG FOE IN FINAL TODAY Doris Hart Faces Louise Brough Forest Hills, N. Y., Sept. 5 (fl Vic Seixas of Philadelphia defeated Hamilton Richardson, former United States Intercollegiate champion from Baton Rouge, La., 6-3, 12-14, 8-6, 6-2, today to gain the, finals of the National Tennis tournament for the third time. Seixas will meet Rex Hartwig of Australia in tomorrow's final. Television of the match will be Vie Seixas Rex Hartwii Famous Last Words I've been driving this road for nine Tears and I've never seen a cop on this highway. Wally Seidel Holes In One Mike Pipta, Burnham Woods, 12th hole, 139 yards. Vera Magnani, Wilmette Golf club, 16th hole, 135 yards. Bruce Olson, Skokie Play-field, 3d hole, 130 yards. Town Crier He carries happiness and sorrow Of broken hearts and of affection. I wonder what he'll brinjr tomorrow The mail man working In our section. Vic L. - - - ' The Wake Depends Help! Upon Iti Friends Help! Remember Way Back When: The rhythmic clop of the horse's hoof beats and the clink ing of milk bottles was a pleasant reminder that we still had a few hours of sleep left? Joe Solch Daffynitions Goblet A small sailor. Irvingr of Evanston Alcatraz The pen with a life time guarantee. J. E. B. Stuart How's That Again? See where Dick Haymes is ordered from the country. Now he can move to the city. G. Gasiorowski Quit Needling News item: "Tailor and wife celebrate happily on 50th wedding anniversary." No doubt he kept her in stitches all these years. Andrew Thieda -'. Vacation Voices When we return from wandering, A welcome that we prize , Is the shoreline, of Lake Michi- . can Far stretched before our eyes. And then there is the shady street Whereon we chance to dwell, " Where trees hold hands above our heads A sign that all is well. 'he back yard blossoms gay with guests. Bees humming a refrain, All seem to say in their own way: " You're back at home again." B. L. Bntce carried in Chicago via WNBQ at 2 p. m. Hartwig Beats Rosewall Hartwig, upset conqueror of Tony Trabert, defending champion from Cincinnati, yesterday, continued his brilliant shot making in the semi-finals to eliminate Ken Rosewall, fellow Australian, 6-46-3, 6-4. Louise Brough of Beverly Hills, Cal., will face Doris Hart of Coral Gables, Fla., for the women's crown. Miss Brough, 1947 champion, defeated Dar-lene Hard, 18, of Montebello, CaK, 6-2, 6-3, and 'Miss Hart ousted Shirley Fry of Akron, 0., 6-2, 6-0, in semi-final matches. ( Miss Connolly Absent Maureen Connolly, defending title holder from San Diego, Cal., was unable to com pete due to injuries suffered in a recent accident. This is the fifth time in the finals for Miss Hart who never has won the title. It will be Miss Broueh's third appear ance in the championship round. - Davfd Freed of Salt Lake C!ty, Utah, defeated Billy Max well, 1953 title holder from Los Angeles, 6-3, 6-3, to capture the seniors crown. Breaks Seixas' Service The Seixas-Richardson match was a battle of big games. There were only two service breaks in the first two sets, covering 35 games. Richardson, double-faulting once and netting two weak volleys, dropped his delivery in the fourth game of the opening set and broke vSeixas' service in the 26th game of the second set after Vic had fought off 6 set points. The turning point came in the third set when Richardson, taking quinine pills to combat fatigue, had Seixas cornered and let him slip away. Sir Mango to Seek Title at Washington By MAURICE SHEVLIN Thorobred racing in Chicago will reach its peak this afternoon at Washington Park with the 27th running of the $168,-850 Washington Park handicap. The mile event has attracted a brilliant field of 15 including such stars as Sir Mango, Pet Bully, Find, Sub Fleet, and the filly, Good Call, and a crowd of 40,000 is expected. The outcome of this traditional holiday feature will have a strong bearing on the national handicap1 championship just as it has in the past when such winners as Crafty Admiral and Sickle's Image emerged with divisional titles. Winner's Share $110,000 If all 15 go to the post, the winner's share will be $110,000, with $30,000 to second, $15,000 to third, and $10,000 to fourth. It costs $1,000 to enter each horse today, $500 having been paid to enter Saturday morning. This year's net to the winner will be the third highest in the handicap's history. Crafty Admiral earned $119,900 in 1952, King Ranch's Curandero earned $113,930 in 1951, and Sickle's Image added $108,500 to her record last year. Sir Mango Top Weighted Harry N. Eads' Sir Mango, candidate for the year's handicap championship, will enter with top weight of. 126 pounds, three more than the eastern contender, Alfred G. Vander- bilt's Find, and seven more than Mrs. Ida L. Rice's Pet Bully. The rest of the field carries from 116 pounds down to a light 108 for Mrs. Herbert Herff's Smack'over. Sir Mango has accepted the role of favorite along with the BOBBY'S AN INDIAN GIVER ...i .. v ..... - .;. - . - ' ,, t, ,i A S.,W ,3- i 1 - ? . t - s 8 TO 2 VICTORY BOOSTS LEAD TO W GAMES Avila Ties Noren in Batting Race Joy in Wigwam CLEVELAND AB Smith, If S Avila. 2b S Doby, cf. Westlake, cf . . O Rosen, 3b.... 3 Wert., lb ... 5 Philley, it..,. 4 Dent, u 2 MitcheU .... 1 Strickland, n. 0 Hecan, e 4 Houtteman, p. 1 Narleskl, p ... 2 Newhouser, p. O R O 1 2 O O 2 1 1 0 0 1 o o o H RBI 1 O r 3 4 2 O 1 5 2 O O O 8 2 O O TRIBUNE Photo . Ed McGhee (foreground), White Sox outfielder, returns to second after sliding past base during third innings in Comiskey park yesterday. Bobby Avila, Indians' infielder, reaches for ball (arrow) after Billy Pierce had bounced ball off Avila's glove for single. Indians won, 8 to 2. 34 8 10 8 27 10 Smiled for Oente in 9th. CHICAGO DODGERS WIN, 7-4; TRAIL BY 4 Reduce New York Lead in Title Race BRAVES 5 BEHIND Braves beat Redlegs, 11 to 8 and 9 to 7; five games out of first place. Cubs lose to Cardinals, 6 to 2; play Braves today. Stories on page 3. Eddia Arcaro Dave Erb highweight and will be ridden by Dave Erb. The Eads colt has won four stakes races this season. Jet Action, the Maine Chance farm's color bearer listed at 12 to 1 in the overnight betting, will be ridden by Eddie Arcaro. - The handicap will be run as the seventh race on a nine event program starting at 1:45 p. m. The meeting at the Homewood track will be concluded tomorrow, and Haw-throne will open Wednesday. Drobny Wins German International Crown BADEN-BADEN, Germany, Sept. 5 UF Wimbledon Champion Jaroslav Drobny won the men's singles of the Baden-Baden international tennis tournament today by beating Guiseppe Merlo of Italy, 6-2, 6-3, 9-11, 4-6, 6-2. Field for 27th Washington Handicap Ten Years Ago Today Ike Williams gained a 10 round split decision over Sammy Angott in Philadelphia. P.P. Horse Wt. 1 Jet Action ...... 113 2 Second Avenue. 110 3 Brush Burn.... 115 4 Good Call..... 108 5 Smoke Screen. . .116 6 Hasseyampa Ill 7 First Aid .......115 8 Pet Bully....... 119 9 Sir Mango. 126 10 Ruhe... :.114 11 Spur On ....115 12 Precious Stone. .114 13 Sub Fleet .116 14 Find .. ...'-123 Smackover .... 108 Field. Jockey E. Arcaro C. Bierman. . D. Wagner. . . J. E. Adams. W. Fisk..... A.Kirkland. N.Shuk.i... W.Hartack.. D. prb. . J. Adams P. J. Bailey. W.Cook...., S. Brooks. . . , E. Guerin. E. Nelson. Owner Odds , Maine Chance farm. . 12-1 .Theodore D. Buhl. . . .20-1 Stanley C. Mikell ..20-1 H. J. O'Shea .......20-1 Reverie Knoll farm. .20-1 . Walmac farm 20-1 .Brookmeade stable . .12-1 .Mrs. Ada L. Rice. ... 6-1 -Harry N. Eads 5-2 Hasty House farm... 30-1 Bernard W. Landy. . .15-1 , Harvey C Fruehauf . .10-1 , Dixiana ... ..... . . . 8-1 , Alfred G. Vanderbilt. 4-1 Mrs. Herbert Herff . .20-1 New York, Sept. 5 UR The Brooklyn Dodgers came back after two setbacks to salvage the. final of the three game series from the New York Giants today, 7 to 4, and cut New York's lead to four games in the National league pennant race. Clutch hitting by Junior Gilliam and Duke Snider brought Brooklyn victory. Johnny Podres started for the Dodgers and pitched three hit ball for seven innings before he tired in the eighth and had to be relieved by Carl Erskme, yesterday's starter and loser. Podres who underwent an appendicitis operation last June, was credited with the victory, his ninth of the season and only his second since June 13. He has lost six. Antonelli No Puzzle Johnny Antonelli, the National league's only 20 game winner, was the Giants' start er, ne was removed tor a pinch hitter in the fifth after Don Hoak's lea doff triple. Podres' sacrifice fly and Gilliam's 13th home run of the season had given Brooklyn a 3 to 1 lead. The Dodgers added three more in the seventh, driving Jim Hearn from the mound and continuing the assault on Hoyt Wilhelm. An , error by Alvin Dark was followed by a walk to Podres and succes sive singles by Gilliam, Pee Wee Reese, and Snider. The loss was charged to Antonelli, his fourth, of the campaign. Erskine Quells Rally The Giants took an early 1 to 0 lead on Hank Thompson's home run in the first inning, his 24th of the season, Continued on page 3, col. 6 Sports Telecasts TODAT 1:25 p. ra. WGN-TV BaiebaU from Comiskey park: Sox-Dtroit !! 2 p. m. WNBQ Tennis championship from Forest Hills, N. Y. 9 p. m. WGN-TV Boxing from St. Nicholas arena: Preliminaries and Annan4 Savole-Teddy Davis, j 9:43 p. m. WGN-TT The Sports Page with Arch Ward. Gaest: Robert F. Carey, manaxtnf director at Hawthorns race track. MOON MULLIHS - I f yOO MAY TELL ME BLUNTUy V ( DOCTOR, AS MAM TO MAM I TST I AND NO HIGHB4LUT1N OR I . SCIENTIFIC WORDS, EXACTLY M tsk-7 f jVWHAT MY SYMPTOMS 2 :cvv - MR. MULUNS, THERE IS NOTHING WPONQ WITH YOU. FRANKLY, YOU ARE JUST LAZY.', BBBBSM y i VWHEN SHE ASKSME.r AND NOW, DOC, WHAT IS THE LONGEST, MOST HliSHFALUTlN AND SCIENTIFIC WORD FOR THAT? I'D LIKE TO KNOW SO I CAN TELL THE LITTLE WOMAN J ??? ? I F " Milwaukee Loses, 7-3, in Polo Opener i BY ROBERT CROMIE (Picture on page 4) A three goal opening chuk-ker by the C.C.C. - Meadow- brook team yesterday proved too much of a handicap for the Milwaukee polo club team to overcome, and Meadow- brook rode to a 7 to 3 triumph in tne opening game of tne National Open polo tourna ment at the Oak Brook Polo club. Meadowbrook will meet the winner of today's match be tween Oak Brook, led by Cecil Smith, a 10 goal star, and Brandywine Polo club. Ken- nett Square, Pa., in the title game at International field, 22d st. and York rd., next Sunday. Flew in From Honolulu G. H. Pete Bostwick of Meadowbrook, mounted for two of the six periods on his Going My Way, an 8 year old pony, and Harold Barry of the C.C.C. team of Detroit, paced the winning attack with three goals apiece. - v Milwaukee's Peter Perkins, an eight goal star who flew in from Honolulu for the tourney, scored the first and third goals for the losers. Won Title Last Year . Meadowbrook won the Open crown a yearago, with Bostwick and Alan Corey Jr., on the team. This year, however, the Long Islanders found themselves short of suitable talent for the 25 goal tourney, and Bostwick and Corey teamed up with Don Beveridge and Barry, the combination playing together for the first time in a practice game Friday. Lineups: Meadowbrook 71 Milwaukee, m Allan Corey Jr...... S ..Pedro Saivero Don Beverldre 1 Peter Perkins Pete Bostwick 2 George Oliver Harold Barry 4.... Robert Uihlein Jr. Meadowbrook ........302 100 7 Milwaukee oil OlO 3 Goals Meadowbrook: Beveridge.- Bostwick 3, Barry 3; Milwaukee: Saivero, Perkins 13. KLUSZEWSKl 8 GAMES BEHIND BABE RUTH PACE Cincinnati, Sept. 5 W) Ted Kluszewski of the Cincinnati Redlegs. boosted his major league home run lead by slugging his 43d and 44th of the season in today's double header against the Milwaukee Braves, but he's well behind Babe Ruth's record pace. Ruth, whose 60 homers for one season stand supreme, clouted his 44th in the New York Yankees' 128th game of the 1927 schedule on Sept. 2. That opened the Babe's mighty barrage of 17 homers in September that carried him to the record. The second of today's double header was the Redlegs' 136th game, leaving Kluszewski eight games behind Ruth's pace with only 18 games remaining. Ruth hit No. 49 in the 134th game on Sept. 7 and blasted No, 50 four games later on Sept. 1L 75,000 See Cork Win Irish Hurling Crown DUBLIN, Sept 5 UB Cork won the all-Ireland senior hurling championship before 75,000 at Croke park today, defeating Wexford by 1 goal and 9 points to 1 goal and 6 points. YANKS DROP 2D STRAIGHT, 5-4 Senators Beat Sain on Yost Hit in 9th Washington, Sept. 5 UP) Eddie Yost wrecked the New York Yankees today with a two out single in the ninth inning that gave the Washington Senators a 5 to 4 victory in a thriller before 17,296. The Senators' victory, which gave them the series, 2 to 1, was recorded by Bob Porter- field, an ex-Yankee who made ms first reiiet pitcning ap pearance of the year. Ed Fitz Gerald opened the ninth with a single, moved up on a sacrifice and an infield out and scored when Yost lined Johnny Sain's first pitch into the left field corner. Home Run Battle The Senators knocked out Starter Ralph Branca with a three run first inninj and Mickey McDermott mowed the Yanks down with hitless pitching for the first fVz innings. But McDermott lost his touch in the sixth and walked in a run after Enos Slaughter got the only hit off him. Harris yanked McDermott in favor of Porterfield who gave up a two run double by Slaughter in the seventh tying the score. Pete Runnels slammed his tnird homer of the year in the eighth to put the Senators one up again but Gil McDougald equalized that with his 11th homer in the top of the ninth. Stengel used 19 players in his futile effort to win., Branca was followed by Jim Konstanty and Eddie Lopat, who held the Senators scoreless for 6 innings. Sain turned out to be the losing pitcher, evening his record for the season at 5-5. Yanks Sloppy in Field Branca was the victim of poor outf ielding in the first inning. After getting Yost on a strikeout, he walked Jim Busby and Mickey Vernon doubled to left. Bob Cerv kicked it around long enough to allow Busby to score. , ' "; Runnels popped up but Tom Wright singled to score Vernon with the second run. Jim Lemon then singled to center sending Wright to third, but Mickey Mantle tried to pick Lemon off first and overthrew the bag. I AB R H BBI P A Carrasojuel, ss 4 11 O 1 4 fox, 2b 3 O 1 1 s S Minoso, cf ... 4 O l 1 2 o Kell, lb 4 O 1 11 1 Rivera, rf. .. . 5 O 1 O O O Batts, c 4 O 1' O 6 1 Marsh, 3b.... 4 O 2 O 1 4 McGhee, If.... 2 1 O O l 1 Pierce, a lOlOOO tCavarretta .. O O O O O O Martin ....... OOOOOO 33 2 9 2 27 15 K O O o o o o o o o o o o o o 1 o o o o o o o 1 o o tWaiked for Dorish in 7th f.nllr KAnHj into forceont for Martin In 8th. Cleveland 021 ?ni nm Chicago 001 010 0002 Sacrifices Houtteman, Dente. Sacrifice fly Fox. Two base hit Phlllew Th. ... hit Wrtx Horn ran Wj... G.nl ft. Avila. Donble plays Dente to Avila to Werta i j, im w ri.rn io tarrasqnel to Kell. '-eft on bases Cleveland, 9; Chicago, 12. Struck out Pierce. 4: rinrUh i. u man, 1; Narleskl, 5; Newhouser, l! Base on ois fierce, Sj Oorish, 3; Houtteman, 3: Narleskl, 1; Newhouser, 3. Hits rierce. in 3 innings r pitched to 2 in 4th; Dorish. mrm, x in j ; Mrs its, z In 1; Houtteman, 7 in 4i: Narleskl. 0 tn 23j Newhouser, 2 In 2. Runs and earned runs Pierce, 5-3; Dorish, 2-2; Strahs, 1-1; HooU teman, 2-2; Narleski, 0-0; Newhouser, 0-0. r inning piicner Narleski 3-2. Losinf piicnex nerca 17-10. Time 3:00. Um. Dil es Hurlev. Soar. Kiin,, t Attendance 28,015. BY EDWARD PRELL The White Sox proved yesterday that a ball club out of the championship race also can suddenly be stricken by the staggers. That's what hap-pened to the third placers in Comiskey park and the Cleve land Indians were grateful to take the odd game of the series without too much pressure on themselves, 8 to 2. It was a iackDot afternoon for the Indians. They went four ana one-naif games up on the second place New York Yankees, who had their second straight attack of Potomac fever when they lost to the. Senators in Washington. This is a tidy lead for the Indians, who have only 18 games left. Nineteen games remain on the Yankee schedule. ' " : Pierce Departs in 4th Billy Pierce made one of two official Sox errors and left in the fourth inning from a combination, which included a robust batting attack, his own wildness, inadequate support and .heat in the mid 90's. Art Houtteman, the Indians starter in the three hour battle, went out infhe fifth inning when the White Sox scored their second and final run. Ray Narleski, rookie right hander, his replacement,' was credited with the victory, his Continued on page 2, coL 7 New York Ab H P A Bauer. rf 4 0 2 1 Saln.p 0 0 0 1 Cerv. If ' 2 0 10 Lopat, p 0 0 0 1 Noren.lf 10 0 0 Mantle.cf '3010 Berra.c 2 0 5 1 Skowron.lb 4 0 5 2 McD'g'd,2b 3 14 2 Carey,3b 4 13 1 Miranda. ss 10 3 0 Slau'b'rjf,rf 3 2 10 Branca.p OOOO K'nstantv.p 10 10 tRobinson OOOO Rlzzuto.s OOOO Held. si 10 0 0 Coleman, OOOO 130 4 26 9 Washington Ab H P A Yost.3 3 12 1 Busby.er .20 Vernon, lb 4 Runnels,2b 4 Wright.lf 2 UmphletUI 2 Lemon, rf 4 FitzGer'd,c 3 Bnyder.ss 3 McDerm't.p 2 Porterl'ld.p 1 e 1 8 2 1 hi 2 3 2 4 0 1 O 0 0 0 131 9 27 7 Two out when winning run (cored, tWaiked for Konstanty la 6th. JColllns filed out for Rizzuto in 7thr Sievers grounded out for Portertield in 8th, New York .....000 001 2014 Washington 300 000 , 0115 Runs New York: McDougald (2). Carey. Slaughter; Washington: Busty, Vernon, Runnels, FltzGerald. Wright. Run batted In Wright. Mantle, Slaughter 21, Runnel, Yost, McDougald. Errors Cerv, Mantle. Two base hits Vernon, Slaughter. Home runs-Runnels. McDcus:ald. Sacrliices Busby, Snyder. Double plays Snyder to Vernon; Lopat to McDougald to Skowron. Left on bases-New York. 5; Washington, 0. Bases on ball Branca, 1: Konstanty, 2: McDermott. 4; Porterfield, 2; Lopat. 1. Struck out Branca, 1; Konstanty, 2: McDermott. 1; Porterfieldt 2; Sain. 1. Hits Branca. 3 In b inning; Konstanty, 2 in Lopat, 1 In 2; Sain, 3 In 1: McDermott. 1 In 6; Porterflaid, 3 In 3. Runs and earned runs Branca, 3-2; Konstanty, 0-0: Lopat, 0-0; Sain, 3-2; McDermott, l-l; Porterfield. 3-3. Passed ball Fitz Gerald. Winning pitcher Porterfield 113-121. Losing pitcher Sam 15-5, UmpiresBerry, McKInley, Napp- Umont. Time 2:17. Attendance 17,296. MajorLeagues AMERICAN LEAGUE 1 Pet. a. B. .713 .... .682 41 .635 lOVfc .448 36 .437 37V4 .425 39 .333 SIVii .324 . 53 w. r. Cleveland ....... 97 39 New York 92 43 CHICAGO , 87 50 Boston 60 74 Detroit ....... 59 76 Washington .... 57 , 77 Philadelphia .... 45 90 Baltunora ...... 44 92 . REMAINING GAMES Cleveland Home (13: Boston. 2; Chi. tags, 3; Detroit, 3; New York, 2; Philadelphia, 2; Washington, 1. Away 5 : Baltfe more, 2; Detroit, 3. New York Home 8: Boston, 2; Philadelphia, 3; Washington, 3. Away (11 Baltimore, 2; Chicago, 2; Cleveland, 2; Da troit, 2; Philadelphia, 8. YESTERDAY'S BESTjXTi Cleveland, 8; Chicago, 2. Washington, 5; New York, 4. Boston, 12-7; Philadelphia, 5-3. Baltimore, 4; Detroit, 3. DOUBLE HEADERS TODAY Detroit at Chicago. Phil. Wash. Cleve. 'at Bait. Boston at N. Y. nationaITleague W. I. New York 84 49 Brooklyn 81 54 MILWAUKEE .. 79 54 Philadelphia .... 64 69 Cincinnati ...... 64 71 St. Loais ....... 61 74 CHICAGO ...... 58 78 Pittsburgh ...... 48 89 ret. O. B. .632 .600 .594 . S .481 20 .478 2C4. .45 24 .426 27V4 .341 89 REMAINING GAMES Kew York Home (12: Chicago, 2; Cfct. clnnati, 2; Milwaakee, 3; Philadelphia, S St. Louis, 2. Away 9J: Brooklyn, 3 phOa deiphia, 6. Brooklyn Home (17: Chicago, 2; Can. einnatl, 8; Milwaakee, 2; New Yark, Sf Pittsburgh, 5; St. Loais, 2. Away 2s Pitts buret, 2. MILWAUKEE Hon (91: Chlc&gw, Cincinnati, 4; St. Louis,. 3. Away 12l Brooklyn, 2; - New York, 8; Philadelphia.. 3; Pittsburgh, 1; St. Loais, 3. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS St. Louis, 6; Chicago, 2. Milwaakee, 11-9; Cincinnati, 8-7. Brooklyn, 7; New York, 4. Philadelphia, 12; Pittsburgh, g, GAMES TODAT f - Chlrago at Mil. 2J. Pitt, at Bklyn. Br",' K. Y. at Phil. (2, St. Loais at do, . V.

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