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BASEBALL SPORTS OF ALL SORfSBOXING
Johnny Couldh Makes Great Showing
J Luther McCarty Wins.
Johnny Coulon, leading citizen of
Logan Square and champion of the
bantamweight fighters, has not suf
fered any setbacks because of his
recent illness. He plainly showed this
last night in Windsor, Ont., when he
flopped Tommy Hudson of Detroit in
the fourth -round. The Michigan mid
get stayed down from a Tight cross
to the jaw. In the first three rounds
Coulon did not extend himself. He
was testing his strength, and when
he found his kick was not impaired
went out in the fourth and finished
his man. After one or two more
scraps Coulon will be ready to take
on Kid Williams of. Baltimore in a
twenty-round go for the title.
Luther McCarty did not brighten
his reeord last night by beating Prank
Moran in ten rounds at New York.
The heavyweight champion merely
outpointed the Pittsburgher, little
real fighting occurring in the en
counter. There was not a knock
down in the entire ten rbunds. Mc
Carty did not place a single hefty
Chicago retains the International
Three-Cushion Billiard League titled
Shea beating McCourt and Wireback,
50 to 48, in the deciding, game last
Ad Wolgast has 'blossomed out as
the manager of Willie Hoppe. Hoppe
is the lad who floored Wolgast when
the latter was training for his battle
July 4 is the date proposed for a
return match between Johnny Kil
bane and Johnny Dundee. Both
fighters are willing and the go seems
Catpher Shields and Outfielder
Betts have been turned back to the
minors by Cleveland.
Cincinnati has released.Bill Powell,
Jhe pitcher secuftd, from, tbe Cubs,
Vic Saier Is a Star at First Base
I Sox Are Aggressive.
Chicago, 4; Cincinnati, 3.
Brooklyn, 5r New York, 3.
St Louis, 6; Pittsburgh, 1.
Boston, 2; Philadelphia 1 CH in.).
Chicago, 8; Detroit, 3'.
Boston, 8; New York, 1.
Washington, 2; Philadelphia, 0.
6t LouiB, 2; Cleveland, 0.
Toledo, 7; Kansas City, 1.
St. Paul, 11; Indianapolis, 0.
Minneapolis, 8"; Columbus,. 4.
Louisville, 4; Milwaukee, 3.
Cast yc;ur lamps upon. "Vic Saler,
boss first baseman of the Cubs, who
can talk in the national language of
Minnesota, but who thinks in base
This youngster he is only 21 is
fast developing into one of the clever
est fielding first baseman in the
league. He is'one of baseball's acci
dents. Last year Saler was on the
bench at the start of the season,
Frank Chance making an effort to
come back and play regularly. When
Prank found he was not fit for active
work Artie Hofman was pushed to
the first corner, the P. L. not believ
ing Saler had enough experience as
a fielder, and wanting all the batting
strength he could muster. Then there
was a slip in, the outfield and Artie
was sent back to histoid haunts.
Saier was put on first: He started
fairly well. There was nothing sen
sational about his fielding, and no
boards were knocked off the fences
by his war club. But the youngster
showed promise. Toward the last of
the season he began to hit and closed
the year ;fftth. a clotting average of.
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