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BASEBALL SPORTS OF ALL SORTS BOXING
Chicago, 2; Cincinnati, 1.
Pittsburgh, 5; St. Loujs, 1.
"' ' New York, 12; Philadelphia, 4.
Boston, 9; Brooklyn, 1.
Cleveland, 4; Chicago, 1.
Boston, 5; Washington, 0.
Detroit, 3; St. Louis, 1. '
New York, 5; Philadelphia, 3.
Chicago, 9; Kansas City, 1.
Pittsburgh, 6; Brooklyn, 5.
St. Louis, 3; Indianapolis, 0.
"Baltimore, 4; Buffalo, 37
- Cleveland, 3; Columbus, 2.
Louisville, 3; Indianapolis, 0.
St. Paul, 6; Milwaukee, 5 (10 in.).
Kansas City, 16; Minneapolis, 5.
During yesterday's Chifed-Casay
game an injunction was served on
Chief Jolinson, former Cincinnati
pitched, preventing Tils appearance in
a Fed uniform. , At the same time
President Madison of the Kaws was
served with a writ restraining him
from interfering with the "players' of
the Red club.
Cincinnati officials went before
Judge Foell and secured the'tempor
ary injunctions'. Arguments will be
heard in a few days as to whether
they shall be made permanent.
President Gilmore of the Federal
League threatened retaliation, if or
ganized ball persisted in -its. injunc
tion campaign. He said that action
might be taken to prevent Killif er per
forming with the Phils, and Baum
gardner, "Williams and Agnew with
the St. Louis Browns.
The National Commission is in ses
sion here, again today and further
plans wilf be formulated for war on
the Federals. t
Willie Hoppe made a record run
of 303 to beat George Slosson in their
14.1 billiard match at New York;
North Side In on Baseball Map
Cubs Win Sox Lose.
Yesterday inaugural on the North
Side was a big" league affair, with a
big league crowd enjoying big league
doings conducted by a big league
It was the biggest opening by long"
odds hereabouts this year and as
spontaneous an outpodring as has
ever been seen in this city. The caps
and pennants with "which the man
agement presented every rooter
made a big hit he cabaret perform
ers delighted, the bands thrilled and
the" aerial bombs pleased the" ear and
eye. Incidentally there was a ball
game "that was right up to the han
dle in interest.
In previous games Manager Tinker
has been bewailing the lack of hit;
ting, Johnny FarreD and Rollie Zei
der being two fellow who were par
Getting back to home surroundings
seemed to have a pleasing effect dn
the athletes. Zeider poked & double
and single and Farrell got a pair of
one-spots, his first blow prodding
home the first local run on the home
But the swatting potentate was Art
Wilson, our' classy catcher who is
causing John McGraw to kick him
self in the ankle every time he reads
a Fed score.
Twice Art lofted the ball over the
left field fence. Ted Easterly, former
White Sox, now with the Kaws, per
formed the same feat. s
These ambitious blows caused
many of the fans gathered, at the fes
tivities to remark that the fence was
too short Chief Johnson and Dwight
Stone, Kay See pitchers, made the
same remark. , But in cold statistics,
that left field fence is'328feet from,
home plate and it takes a hearty soak
to clear the top.
Wilson's second blow kited dear