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BASEBALL 3PORTS OF ALL SORTS BOXING
Gunthers, 12; Milwaukee 2. .
Manitowoc,. 4; Sheboygan, 3.
Kosciuskos, 6 ; Riverviews, 5.
Marquettes, 4; Michigan City, 1.
Benton Harbor, 6; Chi. Greys, 0.
Glen View, 11; Mandel Bros., 7.
Romeo Billiards, 8; Coulons, 5.
St. Jarlaths, 4; St. Charles, 1.
St. Mary, 9; Columbus Council, 0.
St. Lucy, 11; Bles. Sacrament, 10.
Paulists, 21; St. John of God, 5.
Unity, 12; Nina, 11.
Enterprise, 14; Monroe, 5.
Van Burens, 17; Centrals, 3.
St. M.'s G. C, 8; St Wenceslaus, 4.
St. Ignatius, 7; Lourdes, 2.
St Columbkill, ll;.St. Pius, 4.
H. Family, 18-5; St. Thomas, 13-2.
Gauntlets, 10; .Websters, 5.
Henry Clays, 8; Gen. Carnahans, 3.
Teutonias, 9 ; Central Parks, 5.
Franciscos, 9; Cross of Malta, 3.
F. M. Burroughs, 8; Douglas, 4.
Aripn, 11; Logan 4.
St Paul, 12; St. Raphael, 11.
Imperial, 12; Englewood, 9.
West Sides, 7; Fire Dept. 2.
East Chicago,. 5; Magnets, 2.'
Park Ridge, 65 Moored Evans, 5.
Athletics, 10; Austin Blues, 9.
Pennocks, 12; Alma Colts, 5.
Rogers Park, 6 ; Normals, 1.
Fairview, 3; Senecas, 1.
Chicago Giants, 3; Cuban Stars, 2.
All Chicagos, 15; Willow Sprgs., 3.
The Ball Players' Fraternity will
ask owners of major league teams
to pay the players a certain weekly
sum while on the training trips.
Salaries do not start until the open
ing game, and all expenses but rail
road fare and hotel bills must be met
by the hired hands in the spring. If
the plan is accepted by the owners,
and it is a fair proposition, a bush
leaguer will get as much as a star.
Walter Johnson is training on pud
ding, sherbet, cake and ice tea, ac
cording to one of the scribes.
Washington, 5; Sox, 1.
New York, 10; Detroit, 5.
Philadelphia, 8; St Louis, 0. v '
Boston, 2; Cleveland, 1.
No game scheduled. -"
Toledo, 5-16; Kansas City, 1-6.
St Paul, 9-2 r Indianapolis. 3-1.
Minneapolis, 8-4; Columbus, 3-1.
Milwaukee, 11; Louisville, 1.
Chicago, 3; St. Louis, 1.
Indianapolis, 3; Pittsburgh, 1.
Cleveland, 4-2; Kansas City, 5-0.
Russell and Boehling Southpaw
Stars Bresnahan Benched.
Every little series brings a per
sonal battle all its own out on the
South Side these days, and the fans
are indulging in some hot arguments
anent the merits of the contenders.
Last week the main attraction was
a catching duel between Ray Schalk
of the White Sox and Wallie Scbang
of the Athletics, and the verdict went
to the local boy on the showing of
the two youngsters in the six-game
series. Schang's work was marred
by the fact that three men stole on.
him in the first game of Saturday's
With the coming of Washington
the stage w.as set for a comparison,
of the work of Albert "Tex" Russell,
southpaw extraordinary for the Sox, i
and Joe Boehling, star lefthander of
It is extremely doubtful if the two
young deceivers of batters will hook
up in a personal encounter. Griff put
the bee on this spectacle by using
Boehling yesterday, when the latter
beat the Sox for his tenth straight
victory, tieing the record for the year,
made by Walter Johrison and Cy Fal
kehberg. Boehling may be sent bacte