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United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
SLP2003061906- ST. LOUIS, June 19 (UPI) -- Cardinal Francis George of Chicago (L) answers questions during a press conference as (L to R) Daniel Buechlein, Archbishop of Indianapolis, Joseph Sullivan, Auxiliary Bishop of Brooklyn, and Robert Morlino, Bishop of Helena, look on following the morning session of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops at St. Louis Union Station in St. louis on June 19, 2003. rlw/bg/Bill Greenblatt UPI
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Joseph Hubert Baron Sullivan (21 September 1890 – 8 February 1932) was a first class cricketer to played for 1 game for Yorkshire County Cricket Club, 2 for Cambridge University and 1 more for HDG Leveson-Gower's XI in 1912. He also played 4 first class games for the Europeans in India from 1921/22 to 1924/25.

A right arm medium fast bowler, he took 7 wickets at 27.71 with a best of 3 for 24 against the Indians. He scored 209 runs as a right-handed batsman, with a best of 44, also against the Indians. He took 3 catches in the field.

He was born on 21 September 1890 in York and died on 8 February 1932 at Parkgate, Chester in Cheshire aged 41. His brother, Arnold Sullivan, played 13 games for Cambridge University and Sussex CCC.

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