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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 16, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 13',
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iage of Cubs did not do all the ball
playing of which they were capable.
One outfielder at least, a couple of
infielders and a pair of pitchers are
among those rumor has slated for the
discard. And it takes no nimble mind
to pick the fellows not' considered
good enough for' the league.
Despite reports from the east, there
is nothing to the peace talk so far be
tween Federals and organized base
ball. And there will continue to be
TEN-YEAR-OLD GIRL WILL BE MASCOT FOR
mule, the navy goat, the Yale bull
Miss Stagg is the daughter of
Alonzo Stagg, the big "It" In ath
letics at Chicago university. In prac
tice games she has been holding the
sticks as the first football lineswom-
Time is kept by her tiny wrist
Miss Ruth Stagg, who is expected to bring good luck to the Chicago
University team, coachedtby her father, A. A. Stagg.
Ruth Stagg, aged 10, is the first real
live girl to be mascot for a big col
lege football team. Most teams run
to animal mascots. There's the army
watch, and woe to the player who
asks "time out"
She will mascot for the eleven in all
the big games.