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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAG

Sisler, former Michigan Star,
Maintains Wig League Waiting
Lead; Hornsby Is Close Second

tle Rock, .333; Camp, Memphis, .32;
Connolly, Little Rock, .329; Nialhoff,
Mobile, .329; Silva, Birmingham, .328;
McLairy, 1 'phis, .325.

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(By Associated Press)
Chicago, June 24.-Harry Heilman,
the great slugger, of Detroit, whose
batting in the last two weeks has been
a big factor in the winning streak of
the Tigers, promises to give George
Sisler, the star of the St. Louis Browns
a battle for the batting leadership
of the American league.
Heilman, a week ago, was hitting
.351, but according to the averages re-
leased today, he has shown a gain of
thirty-one points, and is right on the
heels of Tris Speaker, of Cleveland,
who is runner-up to Sisler with an
average of .387. Sisler continues to
top the list woth a mark of .434. The
averages include games of Wednes-
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Sisler Going 'Strong
The St. Louis idol also is far in front
among the .base stealers, having stol-
n twenty-six. Sisler also increased
his lead in runs scored to 58, his total
hits of 112 and total base mark to
167. Kenneth Williams, a teammate,
increased his lead among the Kings of
Swat, by smashing out three home
runs and bringing his string to eigh-
teen.
Other leading batters for forty or
more games: O'Neill,, Cleveland, .377;
Cobb, Detroit, .369; Blue, Detroit, .366;
Witt, New York,-.365; E. Miller, Phil-
adelphia, .350; Schang, New York,
.350; Basseler, Detroit, .337; McManus,
St. Louis, .333.
Practically no changes resulted
among the leading batters of the Na-
tional league, within the last week.
Rogers Hornsby, St. Louis premier
second sacker, bagged another home
run, and brought his total to 15. Be-
sides his homers, he has cracked out
sixteen doubles and three triples. His
batting average is .397. B. Griffith, of
Brooklyn, continues to be the runner-
up with an average of .383, while
Hank Gowdy, the Boston catcher, is
next with .375.
Carey Works Fast
Max Carey, the fleet-footed outfield-
er of the 'Pirates, broke the triple tie
shared week ago with Hornsby and
Yongofl New York, for stolen bases,
by-pilfering three sacks. He is show-
ing the way with 14 thefts.
Other leading batters for forty or
more games: Bigbee, Pittsburgh,
.365; .T.. Griffith, Brooklyn, .361;
Grimes, Chicago, .359; Kelly, New
York, .357; J. Johnston, Brooklyn,>
.353; Daoubrt, Cincinnati, .347; S.
SmihSt. Louis, .339; Bancroft, New
York, .338.
As a result of connecting f with
thirteen hits in his last six games,
Matt, of Milwaukee, climbed back in-
to the lead in the race for the batting
leadership of the American associa-
tion. The averages today show-him
batting .408, with Brown, of Indian-
apolis, in second place with .387.
Brown was seventh in the list a week
ago, but he started on a batting ram-
page that nette.d him sixteen hits in

seven games. The averages include
games of Wednesday.
Russell Emulates Babe
"Reb" Russell, the Minneapolis vet-
eran, is threatening the home run per-
formances of Bunny Brief, of Kansas
City, who is leading the race with
fourteen. Russell has crashed thir-
teen homers. Krueger, of Indianapolis,
has connected with ten. In base steal-
ing, Haas, of St. Paul, continues to
show his heels to his rivals with a
total of twelve thefts.
Other leading batters for forty or
ing, Haas, or St. Paul, continues to
more games: Kirke, Louisville, .380;
Lamar, Toledo, .373; Krueger, Indian-
apolis, .366; Handry, St. Paul, .364;
Lear, Milwaukee, .362; Becker, Kan-
sas City, .362; Gossett, Milwaukee,
.350; Haas, St. Paul, .348; Russell,
Minneapoplis, .346.
Tucker, of New Orleans, threatens
to dislodge Schulte, of Mobile, from the
batting leadership of the Southern as-
sociation. Tucker jumped from fourth
to second place for an average of
.372, by driving out eleven hits in his
last six games. Schulte is leading
the van with an average of .394. The
figures include games of -Tuesday.
MiAors Hit Hard
The scramble for home run hitting
honors remains uncheanged with
Barrett, of Little Rock, setting the
pace with seven. Connally, also of
Little Rock, and Harper, of Birming-
ham, are next in line with six.
Henry, of New Orleans, continues to
blaze the trail for the base stealers
with twenty-three. Stewart, of Birm-
ingliam, is following with twenty-one,
while Silva, also of Birmingham, is
thirl with nineteen.
Other leading batters -for forty or
more games McMillan, Memphis, .358;
Lapan, Little Rock, .349; Jackson, Lit-
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Mack Sennett comedy.
Wuerth- Sessue Hayakawa in
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Garrick (Detroit)- "Wait 'Till
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