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BOXING ALL THE LATEST DOPE BASEBALL
Carl Morris, and John Wille May
Mee at Kenosha.
Cubs Crab Off New Southpaw
"Doc" Watson from Fond du Lac.
They are digging up the deafl ones
for Carl Morris to -work upon. John
Wille, the Milwaukee avenue heavy
weight; who has been out of the
game for a long time, is the first.
Efforts are being made to match the
two at Kenosha. Morris is 6 feet 4
and Wille 5 feet 8 inches in height
and several years older than the Ok
If one believed everything in print
the statement of Harry Forbes that
Carl Morris surprised him with his
skill as a boxer, and that the elephant
requires only a little high-schooling
to make him a star, might be taken
without using Dr. George Crilels quinine-urea
to deaden the pain.
"Buck" Krause, pugilist, is work
ing on the chain gang at Paaama for
assaulting a policeman after his
match with Ortega had been declared,
a fake and the crowd's money return
ed. As a sure cure for fight fakers
the Canal Zone method is highly
Freddie Welsh, English lightweight
champion, was forced to postpone his
Labor Day bout with Willie Ritchie,
because he inadvertently stepped out
side his class, according to reports
from Vancouver, B. C. A 200-pound
logger blew out of a saloon and
volunteered to clean up a whole flock
of lightweights. Welsh' tackledUhe
big woodman after the latter struck
him and "the pair went to the side
walk. The little fighter injured his
ankle, but expects to be ready to
fight by Sept 20.
Scotty Monteith threatens to have
Johnny Dundee stop Ad Wolgast in
20 rounds. And a year or so ago?
Mike Donlin, who was chased to
the bush leaguers, hit a stiff stride
yesterday: He walloped a double; sin
gle, stole two bases and scored three
runs for Jersey City.
White Sox, 1; Boston, 0.
Washington, 6; Cleveland, 3 (10).
New York, 4; St. Louis, 2'.
Detroit, 5; Philadelphia, 4.
Cubs, 10; Philadelphia. 4..
New York, 5-5; Pittsburgh, 3-1.
Brooklyn, 7-6; St Louis, 1-7.
Boston, 4; Cincinnati, 1.
Toledo, 7; Indianapolis, 2.
Minneapolis, 3; Milwaukee, 1.
Chicago, 9; Cleveland, 2.
Indianapolis, 5; St Louis, 0.
Pittsburgh-Kansas City, rain.
The Cubs have purchased Pitcher
George "Doc" Watson, the sensation
of the Fond du Lac Club of the Wisconsin-Illinois
League. Last fall Wat
son was drafted from Oshkosh by the
White Sox, but he had already been
sold to Milwaukee and was awarded
to the Brewers by the National Com
mission. He was turned over to Fond
du Lac by Milwaukee, although Mil
waukee owned him, and Mrs. Have
nor got the money for him. The Cubs
tried to buy Watson last winter dur
ing the minor league meeting in Mil
waukee. The White Sox gave Reb Russell a
one-run edge and the Texan wonder
came through on the bit at Comiskey
Park yesterday, blanking the Red
Sox and giving but six hits, which
was the number Bedient was touch
ed up for. Chase scored the lone run
in the second oh his double, a sacri
fice and Catcher Carrigan's wild
heave to second on an attempted
double steal. Three times the White
Sox tried the double steal but It suc
ceeded only on the first attempt.