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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 04, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 12

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Herzog's three erFfirs let Pirates
beat Reds, dropping Cincinnati to last
place. Adams pitched fine hall.
Sloufeds took second place In Fed
eral league by downing Kay See.
Plank saved the game. Ernie John
son won the game with a triple.
Newark and Baltimore closed sea
son by splitting a woozy double bill.
Saturday's football games, east
and west, resulted in only one up
set, though the work of some of the
leading teams was not up to expec
tations. Virginia punctured the dope
by beating Yale, 10 to 0. Harvard
showed little attacking strength in
winning over a minor opponent.
Princeton led the eastern teams, lick
ing Rutgers, 10 to 0. The Rutgers
squad had been highly touted.
All Conference colleges were win
ners in their opening games. Illinois
showed a diversified attack, but the
score was low, substitutes being used,
against Haskell. Notre Dame failed
to show its usual scoring power.
Northwestern, against Lake Forest,
showed the best early season football
by a Purple team in years and Chi
cago will have a large task next Sat
urday. Miscellaneous Ball Scores
Army 6, Johnson Tigers 2.
Harlem 4, Valparaiso 3.
Tigers 10, Chicago Giants 8.
American Giants 8, Romeos 3.
Roseland 10, Harvey 3.
Magnets 5, White Giants 5.
Murleys 4, Normals 1.
South Chicago 4, Wiederrechts 0.
Hermitage Tigers defeated War
wood A. C. at Eckhart Park, 78 to 0,
Joe Wilegans starred with two 40
yard runs. Tigers want games with
teams averaging 80 to 105. Address
John Sullivan, 1T26 AuBtin av., Mon
roe 6237i
Bob Perryr riding an Excelsior,
covered 64.75 miles in an hour at th
Hawthorne track, winning the Feder
ation American Motorcycle national
championship. Marty Graves on an
Indian was second.
MERELY COMMENT
Car seats for all
Except when the cars are crowded.
Friend Straphanger will still hang
on during the rush hours.
Have YOU noticed the page ads of
the Chicago Telephone Co. in the
trust newspapers?
What of it?
Well, vacation is over, council be
gins meeting again, AND
The sale of the Automatic to the
Bell phone trust will be up again.
And the newspapers are expected
to mould public opinion.
Besides, the papers may need the
money.
Charlie Dawes' bank will lend
$500,000 of that $500,000,000 to the
But will he lend it to 'em honest
injun, or just let 'em look at it like
Lorimer did?
Meaning that $1,250,000.
Poor old Chicago Vice. It's going
to be investigated again.
Yet it's the same, identical old Vice
that kept the reformers busy in the
days of Sodom and Gomorrah.
The same Vice that Adam invented
when he was boss of the whole job.
And worked up that appetite for
raw apples.
There's one way, anyhow, for an
American citizen to do as he darned
pleases .
And that's to get a job as a Chicago
policeman
He then has a right to carry a club,
AND j ,
Beat men over the head so long a3
they don't happen to be rich.
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HERALD ARTIST KILLED
Stewart W. Carothers, who drew
the Charley Chaplin and Haphazard
Helen pictures for the Herald, fell to
his death from the fifth-story window
of De Jonghe's hotel at 3:30 a. m., to
day. He went to sleep on a lounge in
a room with two friends. He was not
seen again till his dead body was
found ia. the alley below.
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