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to 1, In the ninth, and the Tigers
scored five times after two were out,
Gregg forcing n the "winning run
when he was sent into the game with
the score tied and the bases filled.
Crawford got a single, double, triple
and homer in the two games. Nine
pitchers took part in the pastime.
Joe Jackson, slugging Cleveland
right fielder, has been indefinitely
suspended by Ban Johnson for rag
ging with Umpire Emslie Sunday.
Johnson censured Birmingham for
allowing his players to get rough,
saying he feared Sunday ball would
be abolished in Cleveland if there was
any rowdyism. The American League
president claims Birmingham is tne
cause of the recent ruling against
profanity among the players on the
E. C. Quigley, an International
League umpirer, has been added to
the National, staff by President
Lynch. It is not known if one of the
present arbiters will be canned.
Gov. Hall of Louisiana announced
today that he would stop the 20
round fight between Jack Britton and
Charley White, billed to take place
just across the river from New Or
leans July 4.
Sunday baseball is a possibility in
New York. A referendum vote of the
mayors of 52 cities showed a big ma
jority for the sport and Gov. Sulzer
will be asked to take the matter up
with the legislature.
Outfielder Kroy and Infielder Pick
have been brought by Prank Chance
from Terre Haute for $2,000 each.
They will report in the fall.
Jack Coomhs, iron man pitcher of
the Athletics, left Philadelphia for
his farm in Maine. Jack says the
Maine air will give him all the
strength he had before his recent ill
ness and added that he expected to
be back in harness in five weeks.
Specialists find cocainomania the
most serious evil or its class intoxi
cation b&ng easier and the habit one
of the most difficult to cure.
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