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ably weak, in tt4s department o de-1
With Leifield ami Pierce pitching
and Heckinger catcher, the Cubs beat
Newburgh, N. I, far an exhibition
game, 14 to 0-
Some-of the pessimistic people who
laughed at the Federal League when
it was first launched may have to
revise their 'dope. In yesterday's
game between Chicago and Indian
apolis at the Hbosier city 18,047 fans
passed through the turnstiles. That
is a whale of a crowd, even for the
major leagues, and- larger than the
American Association cities draw
more tiian once or twice a season.
Covington drew1 well in Cincinnati,
but Cleveland 'was up against it with
Chance making his debut there as
an American League manager; -and
the Naps traveling a fast clip. Close
scores are featuring the. games, .and.
the organization seems -well balanc
ed. The promoters did not starji-with
any top-heavy salary lists, and are fit
a fair-way to make good.
Baumgardrter ouipitched Hughes
inthe pinches, and the Browns took,
the opening- tilt from Washington.
Williams of Hie Browns soaked a.
homer and single. Germany Schaef er
had 18 put-outs afrflrst base. Hughes
went to pieces jn the eighth and was
relieved by Gallia.
Joe Jackson 'soaked a home run
with the bases full off Schultz in
the first inning, giving the Naps
enough runs to beat the Yanks. Cy
Palkenberg 'won his sreth straight
game of the season, holding. New
York to seven hits; Besides his
homers Jackson got a double and two
Boston hopped Dubuc In the'pinth.
inning, scaring three Tuns and tieing
the Tigers. Then; they won. in the
tenth. Collins -was hitliard, but scat
tered, the bingles except in two in
nings. Cobb, Vrtt, Carrigan and
Gardner-were the stick stars. Speak
er got a homer.
Dubpque of the Three-Eye League
wants ?10,000 for Pitcher Jasper,
i since the Sox and Cubs' started bid
ding for him.
Rogers Parks, 7; White Kocks, G.J
Biverviews, 5; Gunthers, 4.
Mandels, 5; Rothschilds, 4. '
Siegel-Gooper, 6; Hub, 5.
St. Mary's, 6; St. Paul, 5.
St. Lucy, 10; Blessed Sacrament, 6
Pairview, 3; Leland Giants, 2.
Commercial, 7; Crescents, 3.
Phil Sheridan, 12; Eagles, 9.
Holy Family, 13; L. of Lourdes, 4.
Annunciation, 15; St. Ignatius, 12. "
Nina, 6; Unity, 5.
Eugene Field, 1 Standard, 5.
Van Buren, 8; Central, 4. ,
Enterprise, 14j Monroe, 5.
Biggio Stars, 11; Danger Colts, 7.
' A. Giants, 9; Roseland Eclipse, 3.
Washington, 17; Belmont, 13.
Pennocks, 1Q: Central Parks, 7.
Ahna CoItsr 7; West Sides, 4.
DeKalb, ; Mutuais, 3.
The game between Stebor Colts
and Golden Palace at Polk and May
streets broke yp in a row. yesterday
when the Colts scored twice in the
twelfth inning", making the score 9
to 7. Golden Palace disputed the
game, claiming the batter-who drove
in the tvro deciding runs had -no right
to -change from the left to the right
side of the plate The umpire upheld
them and withheld the purse.
Section 10 of Rule 51 says the
batsman is out if lie steps "from one
batsman's box. to the other "while the
pitcher is in his position ready to
pitch. The Colts claim the pitcher
was not in position.
Bethlehem defeated St James, 18
to 4, In theoncordia League.
Charley White, the local light
featherweight, haSMstarted. training
tortus second go with Joe Tfhomas at
New Orleans, May 1$. In their first
battle White won via a knock-out in
By consenting to marry ex-King
Manuel, Princess Victoria gets Tier
picture in the papers alongside that
of Gaby's, anyhow.
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