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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 11, 1913, Image 12

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not a man getting beyond second,
base. Five hits for four runs were
made off Tesreau in six innings. Cald
well took .his place and was poked
for six hits and' four runs. The Giants
did some punk fielding.. Marajoyille
and Titus of. the Braves1 each smash
ed three vimX .Rariden slapped a
home run.
Brooklyn reversed matters in Phil
adelphia yesterday and., slugged 15
hits out of" Chalmers, .Mayer and
Moore. PattRagon held the .Phils to
six blows. Fisher arid Jake-Daubert
of Brooklyn each collected three,
safeties. One' of Fisher's was the first
home run of the season, coming in
the second inning. It was a tiusy day
for the two outfields, 19 flies being
captured.
Ty Cobb is peeved at the statement
of President Navin of the Tigers that
no further overtures would bemade
to the Georgia Peach. "Itisbest:fpr
all concerned that I be traded," says
Cobb. "It is up to Mr. Navin. I will
stick for the $15,000." If Cobb is put
on the market there, will be an awful
scramble.
Because of the postponement of
the opening game in Cincinnati, the
Tinker special, which was. to have
taken local fanB to Redlarid, has been
called off..
A bright sun made, it certain that
the season would be opened tomor
row. Workmen are ;clearirigvaway
. traces of the recent .floo'd, whiebcov
ered the ball yard. Art'Fjromme is
Tinker's pitching selection. Claude
Hendrix will probably work for,Pits
bugh. - : " V"
Kansds City won the only game
played iii the American Association
yesterday, beating Louisville, 11 to 7.
' Rain will prevent all games but the'
one between the same teams today, i
Notwithstanding "the licking Kayo
Brown gave himfecently; Bud An
derson, the coast lightweight, is an
even choice for their return go, April
15. Anderson has been roughing it in
the mountains and is in perfect trim.
Jack Dillon severely.pUnjshed Buck,
urouse in six rounas at .ritisDurgu ;
last night. The Milwaukee middle
weight almost had Crouse out in the
third. Crouse was unable to solve
Dillon's croutch and injured his hands
-on-theJHoosier's dome.
-a Followmgis the University of Chi-V
cago "football schedule for the 1913
season: Oct. 4, Indiana-at Chicago;'
Oct. 18, Iowa at Chicago; Oct. 25,
Purdue at Chicago Nov. 1, Illinois at
Chicago; . Nov. 8, Northwestern at
Evanston; Nov. 16,.MInnesota at Min
neapolis Nov. 22,-Wisconsin at Chi
cago. o o
dr. anna dwyer assigned to
new Morals court
Health CommissionerYou'ng yes
terday .assigned, Dr. Anna.Twyer to
the new Morals Court at the "request
of Judge Hopkins.
DA Dwyer will spend three hours
In the -court; every day. Her appoint
ment Is in. line with the pokicy Hop
kins is trying.to carry out In .the new
;cpurt, a policy of mercy and c'ire
jather 'than punishment for unfor
CHICAGO'S 65 PER CENT
Chicago is cackling with all the
pride of a triumphant hen that had
just got a strictly fresh egg out of
her system and all because", the
.got $2,529;992 as its share, of the
(street railway swag -for 1912.
This money came . put 5 of the
pockets i of. the, peopjjp who ride on
street cars., None of-"it gets back
to "them. ancfcthe Lord ohlv knows
whqllet it finally.
if the people who ride on street
cars, and the employes who operate
the cars had got that money in lower
fares and better wages, Chicago
would be a'wh'ole'lot better off.
If some' crooked mergerdeal goes
through, the chances are the street
railways will find a way to' sneak all
of 'the city's 55.' per cent back into
their own cash boxes and thff total
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