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include three in New York, four in
Philadelphia, four in Cincinnati and
two in Chicago.
Jack Britton took the lead in the
fourth round of his fight with Matty
Baldwin in NewYork last night and
atv the end of - the tenth had earned
an easy decision. Both boys were un-
' def the. lightweight limit
Johnny Coulon has signed' articles
for a fight with Tommy Hudson, the
lJetroit bantam, in Windsor. Ont..
April 30. The mill is set to go eight
Eddie McCoorty wound up his
training in Detroit yesterday for his
mill tonight with Freddie Hicks at
Windsor, Ont. Ira meeting last win-
ter 'McGoorty Uieat Hicks in easy
Jack Coombsr star pitcher of the
Athletes, . threatened- with pneu
monia. "The' heaver "was ordered to
his home in Philadelphia" to Teceive
National League. .
CHica'go 5; Pittsburgh" (10" in
nings.) ' . :' "
Cincinnati, St. Louis 6.t V
New "York-Brooklyn, rain. , " ,
Philadelphia-Boston,, rain"; .
.American League. x." -St.
Louis ,3, Chicago 5. " s
Cleveland "9, .Detroit 0.
BostpiT2, New York 3. .
'.American Association.; vs. .
Milwaukee ).0, Louisville 3. '.
Kansas City 3, Toledo 3.. CCalled
11 innings.) " .
""Minneapolis '3, Indianapolis 7..
SL Paul 4 Columbus 9.
Brooklyn rat'-'New Yprk.vrain.
Boston at'Phlladelphia, rain.
St. Louis at Cincinnati, clear.
New York at Boston, rain.
Philadelphia at Washington rain.
Detroit" at Cleveland, clear. 1
White Sox at St. 'Louis, clear.
THEN'SHE WAS SHOCKED!
Lady Why., yu naughty boy, .1
never-heard such language since the
day I was born.
Small Boy Yes, mum; I s'pose
dere wuz a good, deal of cussin' de
day you wuz born. , '
'-THE' CUE r
Mr. Gerald Lawrence tells a story
of a super who got left' behind on '
the stage after the exit of the others
at rehearsal. '
"Why didn't you get off?" asked
Mr. Lawrence. "You saw them all
"Well, sir," replied the super, "it " .
wasn't the same "cue 'as I had when ,
I played in this'piece afore."''
Mr. La"wrenc6 politely asked what
was the former 'cue. . ' "'
"Well. 'sir. it was like' this." ex- '
plained 'the super. "The 'gentleman
as.'stoOd behind' me iised taturn and"'
say, 'Get off, you idiot!'" '