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BOXING ALL THE LATEST DOPE BASEBALL
Coulon Fights Tomorrow Night
No-Hit Game, in Western.
Cubs Win on Slugging Ability Sox
Go to Detroit.
Cubs, 7; Pittsburgh, 5.
St. Louis, 2; CincimTati, 1.
(Only two games scheduled.)
, St. Louis, 3; .Sox, 0:
Detroit-Cleveland game postponed;
(Only two games scheduled.)
Louisville, 1; Minneapolis, 0.
St. Paul, 3; Columbus, 1.
Indianapolis, 3; Kansas City, 0.
Milwaukee, 1; Toledo, 0.
Johnny Coulon, bantamweight
champion, will re-enter the ring at
Windsor, Ont., tomorrow night, de
fending his title against Tommy Hud
son. This will be the Loean Sauare
' midget's first battle in many months
and his pugilistic future, hinges on
the result. Johnny does not know
just how his sickness has affected
his fighting ability. He believes he
will be as good as ever. If he makes
an encouraging showing against
Hudson he- will take on another trial
Imatch and then accept the challenge
of Ki(T Williams of Baltimore for the
Pitcher Harry Smith in the Lincoln
Western League team pitched the
first no-run, no-hit game of the sea
son against Wichitayesterday. . Not
a man reached second base and only
three reached first. In the same game
Outfielder Cole of Lincoln caught
eight flies, stole a base, knocked 'a
home run and two singles, scored two
runs himself and drove in the other
five secured by Lincoln.
Jimmy Breton, University of Illi
nois third baseman, barred for play
ing summer baseball, has signed a
contract with Kansas City in the
American !AfiS0Ciatl6nT I2i
Probable Batteries Cubs, Cheney
and Archer; Pittsburgh, Hendrix and
Poor 'Fred Clarke of the Pittsburgh
Pirates. As a reformer he is a flivver.
Fred has been reading Judge Ma
honey's interviews, telling what a
bad, bad place the Chicago district
west of the river was, and he brought
.'his Pirates here to assist in the
"clean-up." John Evers, the cussed
obstructionist, couldn't see Fred's re
form policy with a spy. glass, so he
ordered his young men to thump the
enemy. -They did.
Returning from a trip on which
they won six games, lost two and tied"
one, the Cubs celebrated by hammer
ing Howard Camnitz for 11 hits and
6 runs in seven innings. Just to make
the victory sure they got two more
hits and a run off Lefty Cooper in the
In the meantime, Humphries was
doing the hurling for the Cubs. The
ex-Red was hit hard, the eleven bin
gles of the buccaneers allowing them
to travel 21 bases. Several of these
swats came with two out, however,
an"d the others were spaced fairly
The Cubs are playing game ball.
They have the fight and dash and
are slugging the pill all the way. Not
a one of their hits counted for more
than one base yesterday, but they
were inserted at opportune times.
Twice the Pirates took the lead, but
each, time they were tied by the claw
ing Cubs, who finally drew away in
the sixth with a four-hit rally which
produced three runs.
Mike Mitchell.did hot look like the
same Mike who started the season.
No more of that strikeout stuff for
the left fielder. He was iip five times,
accepted one pass and lammed out
ar-trlef .feiifgtes. "A faVaay?s 'work
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