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BASEBALL SPORTS OF ALL SORTS BOXING
Gunthers, 8; Logan Squares, 1.
Rivervfews, 5; Kosciuskos, 3.
Sheboygan, 4; Port Washington, 1.
Milwaukee, 4; Manitowoc, 3.
DeKalb, 8; Marquettes, 1.
Roseland, 4; Woodlawn, 3.
Fairview, 7; Gresham, 2.
St. Joseph, 12; Chicago Giants, 2.
Chicago Magnets, 10; Murleys, 2.
Belvidere, 1; Mutuals, 0.
Kirkland, 13'; Spauldings, 7.
Amer. Giants, 4; Cuban Stars, 1.
Niles, 4; Jake Stahls, 2.
Elgin, 5; McHenry, 4.
Pennocks, 21; Crispos, 6.
Austin, 17; Chicago Fire Dept., 4.
West Sides, 4; Colored Stars, 2.
Romeo Jrs.,'8; Schiller Colts, 3.
St. Ignatius, 5; St Pius, 4.
L. of Lyons, 13 ;St. Columbkills, 3.
Annunciation, 16; St. Thomas, 1.
Nativity, 11; Holy Family, 10.
Bles. Sacrament, 8; St. Rochus, 3.
St. Martins, 10; St Raphaels, 2.
Mandel Bros., 9; The Hub, 4.
Monroe, 7; Cornell, 6.
Nina, 6; Field, 3.
Standards, 22; LaSalles, 2.
Van Burens, 14; Uriity, 5.
Enterprise, 17; Centrals, 6t
Henry Clay, 9; Franciscos, 1. .
i M. Burroughs, 7r C. of Malta, 1.
Gauntlet, 11; Central Parks, 4.
Commercials, 5; Calumets, 1.
Grays, 4; Oakps, 3.
John T. Powers, president of the
Federal League, has been given a
leave of absence until the third Sat
urday in September by the board of
directors of the league. 'J. A. Gil
more of Chicago will be acting pres
ident. Rumors are flying around that
Powers will not head the new circuit
Ralph Comstock, the Minneapolis
pitcher, touted by Mike Cantillon as
the peer of Ed Walsh in the spit ball
line, blanked Milwaukee with three
Cubs, 12; Brooklyn, 5.
Cincinnati, 8; Boston, 5.
Philadelphia, 5; St. Louis, 3.
Only three games scheduled.
No games scheduled.
Minneapolis, 7; Milwaukee, 0.
St Paul, 5-6; Kansas City, 1-5.
Columbus, 2; Toledo, 0 (12 in.).
Louisville, 7; Indianapolis, 6.
St Louis, 8; Chicago, 4.
Kansas City, 13-1; Pittsburg, 4-0.
Indianapolis, 13 ; Cleveland, 5.
Needham Hits Two Homers Good
For Five Bases and Six Runs.
Some years ago Mr. Rudyard Kip
ling, the well-known poet, who put
India on the map, started a war be
tween the suffragists and the Amer
ican Tobacco Co. by declaring that
though "a woman is only a woman,
a good cigar is a smoke."
If the poet feller had been out
at the West Side ball meadow yester
day he would have dashed back to his
office and altered his sarcastic lines
to read: "A catcher is only a catcher,
but Tom Needham is something else
Roger Bresnahan, who has been
making about as many hits lately as
a girl without a slit skirt, took a day
off to trim his batting lamps, and
Needham sat in behind the bat, de
spite the fact that Umpire Brennan
announced Reulbach would catch for
Chicago. This mistake of Brennan's
was the first humor of the day. Bur
lesque continued through the after
noon. T. Needham Is a batter. He can
hit the ball harder and get less enjoy
ment out of it than any man in base
ball. Twice yesterday the gent with
the wide feet drove out clouts that