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BASEBALL SPORTS OF ALL SORTS BOXING
Chicago, 1; Detroit 0.
Cleveland, 4; St: Louis, 0.
National League. -Chicago,
A; Pittsburgh, 1.
St. Louis, 3; Cincinnati, 1.
Chicago? 4; St. Louis, 5.
Indianapolis, 9; Kansas City ,6.
Kansas City, 9; Louisville, 11.
Milwaukee, 0; Indianapolis, 3.
Minneapolis, 7; Cleveland, 3.
St. Paul, 0; Columbus, 1.
Charlie White will soon be down to
hard training for his fight with Willie
Ritchie in Milwaukee. The Chica
goan has signed his sparring part
ners, and will begin polishing his
-punches this week. Willie Shaf ?r, who
worked with Ritchie when the cham
pion trained for Wolgast, will be one
of White's assistants. Charlie figures
. that Shafer will be able to teach him
some of Ritchie's tricks. N
Some battle should be seen in Mil
waukee tonight when Frank Mantell
and Bob Moha get together for a
scheduled ten-round bout. Both are
willing and able maulers.
Freddie Welsh is already in New
Orleans training for his meeting there
with Joe Mandot May 25. The Briton
promises to extend himself against
the Southerner, and prove that he
can do something besides box.
IMPUDENCE OF WEALTH
"Good gracious, what a sight you
are! What have you been doing?"
"The barber had just lathered me
when some one came in and told him
he had won the big prize in a lottery
and he retired at once."
You can generally get a line on the
number of marriageable girls in a
town by counting the hammocks in
the front yards.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
New York 8
Philadelphia ....... 8
St. Louis.,. 9
Chicago .'. 8
Detroit 16 '
New York 9-
St. Louis. .. ., 11
St. Louis 13
Kansas City 9
. S .529
Feds Outdraw Cubs and Sox, but Are
Joe Tinker's Feds failed to keep np
the pace and dropped a ball game to
St. Louis yesterday, but in the three
cornered race for patronage conser
vative estimates gave the North
Siders a slight lead.
It was figured that about 18,000
went to the North Side, 17,000 passed
through the South Side turnstiles to
see the Sox trim the Tigers, and
10,000 camped on the hard boards
at the Cub park to witness the beat
ing O'Day's gang handed the flying
This thre-ring event will . be
staged thrice morer this season, ami