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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 09, 1913, Image 11',
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given sensational stlpport. Griner
and Perritt were nit hard.
Sherwood Magee won another
game for Philadelphia, his double
being enough to beat Cincinnati.
Alexander held the Reds to four sin
gles. Becker.'secured from the Reds
by the Phils, crossed the plate for
both Quaker runs. Four of the nine
hits made off Suggs were, for extra
Logan Sqnare, 6; P. Washington,5.
Riverview, 11; Sheboygan, 4.
Manitowoc, 4; Milwaukee, 0.
. Gunthers, 7 ; Kosciuskos, 6.
' St. Lucys, 10; St Sylvesters, 6.
St. Jarlaths, 18; St. Rochus, 6.
Blessed Sacrament,4; St. Charles, 1.
St Mary, 13; St Gertrude, 6.
St. Dominicks, 25; OurLady, 15.
Annunciation, 13; St. Columb., 4.
St Ignatius, 11; Lourdes, 2.
Woodlawns, 10; Crowns, 4-
Imperials, 12; University, 3.
Umatillas, 17; Magnolias, 1,5.
Mandel Bros., 9; Boston Store, 6.
S.-Goopers, 15; Woolworths, 7.
The Hub, 7-; Rothschild & Co., 0.
St. Cyrils, 16; St. Agnes, 10.
Websters, 12; Douglas, 11.
Teutonias, 13; F. N. Burroughs, 6.
Franciscos, 8; Gauntlets, 5.
Henry Clays, 8? Central Parks, 2,
Gen. Carnahans, 7; C. of Malta, 5.
Laporte, 5; Gary, 4.
Knox Eagles, 6; Kangley Blacks, 4.
Benton Harborr18; Col. Club, 1.
Waddells, 6; Kimball Parks, 1.
Chicago Warrens, 6; Niles, 4.
East Chicago, 4; Hammond, 3.
Edgewater, 8; Winnemacg, 6.
Baer Colts, 3 ; Milo P. C, 1.
Mutuals, 8; La Salle, nil, 7.
West Sides, 7; White Rocks, 4. -y
Crispos, 14; G. A. R. Laundry, 7.
SUNDAY AUTO ACCIDENTS
Burlington, N. J. A hign-powered
auto ran down and killed Albert
Tobin, 17, Philadelphia, riding bicy
cle. Identity of driver not known.
Nw York. Leo Trewliecla killed
by auto while playing ball, Uniden
tified man killed by auto at Broadway
and 44th street
Cleveland, O. Fred Zarn, 31,
returning .from placing flowers on
mother's, grave, ran down and killed
by autq. Was riding bicycle.
Nilest O. John Roemer, dead, Wm.
Parfitt dying and Richard Whittaker,
Edward Stonw Wm. Parfitt, Jr., and
Wm. McEhee seriously hurt when
auto turned turtle.
Aberdeen, S. D. Five women in
jured, two seriously, when' auto
Lov'eland, Col. Four injured, one
seriously, when auto driven by Zenas
McCoy turned turtle.
Leniars, la. Albert Mouw, 20,
farmer, dead, and" John Van Derwarg,
25, wijl die. Auto upset and both
were pinned underneath.
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One would-be New York divorcee
who asks $78,000 a year alimony
shows up her cigarjull for three
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