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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 11, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 11',
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Then the report was started that
Walsh was right again.
But Ed, despite the fact that he
held the Mackmen to six hits in that
game, did not go to work regularly,
which was the best proof that he
wasn't right again.
Ed is a wise old head, he can teach
jR; the young pitchers several tricks, and
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else, but before talking about a reg
ular turn in the box he will have to
show a great deal more.
Benny Kauff has made the Giants
come across. He was given a
, $5,000 bonus and also $5,000 of the
money the Giants paid Harry Sin
clair for his services, and has report
ed at Marlin.
Amby McConnell, former Sox sec
ond baseman, has signed to manage
Utica of the New York State league.
The Jose Gomez bowling team of
Chicago shot some good ten pins in
Toledo and went into the lead in the
American Bowling Congress tourna
ment with a count of 2,864. Grand
Rapids landed the 1917 tournament
of the congress.
Commooiore Barry's who won the
national bowling title last year as
the Barry Kettelers, knocked down
3,136 pins in three games in the
Ideal bowling tournament, setting a
new mark for tournament play. Every
man on the team averaged over 200.
Jack Dillon unmercifully pounded
Jim Flynn through ten rounds at
New York, and at the close the Pueb
lo man was a sorry sight .Dillon
pounded him at will, and appeared to
take pity on his veteran rival toward
the close of the fight, pulling his
punches when he might have secured
Blankenship and Clark each won
their games in the national pocket
billiard tournament and remain tied
for the lead. Yesterday's scores:
Allen 100, Ralph 38; Clark 100, Con
cannon 62; Blankenship 100, Fink
63; Mature 100, Chapman 68.
In a dual track meet at Patten
gym, Obio State downed North
western, 46 to 40. Northwestern did
well in the dashes, but fell down in
the long runs. Ohio scored a slam
in the mile.
Marshall 13, Crane 10.
Bowen 38, Tilden 1.
Austin 10, Lake View 8.
Wendell Phillips 18, Englewood 11.
Medill 31, Hyde Park 6.
Wendell Phillips 18, Parker 16.
Lane 22, Marshall 9.
Billy Gibson, noted promoter of
boxing bouts, is dead at his home in
Syracuse, N. Y.
Joe Stecher, in a handicap wres
tling match at Salt Lake, tossed
three men, the must durable lasting
Ed Helm, Cleveland, defeated
Charley Morin, 50 to 47, in a game of
the Interstate Three-Cushion Billiard
league at Flenner's.
University of Chicago swimmers
deefated Badger tank men in a meet
at Madison, Wis., 52 to 16. Maroons
scored a first in every event.
, Jhe Automatic Tigers, managed
by Fred Condit, and the Congress
Street White Sox, managed by Joe
McGill, will clash in an automatic
baseball tournament at theTIandelan
courts, 429 S. Wabash av., tomorrow
afternoon. The match will be for
the best two out of three nine-inning
games, the first of which will start
promptly at 3 o'clock.
American marines are booming
baseball in Nicaragua. When the
Yankee sailor-soldiers landed their
presence was resented by the arte
sanos, but after watching a few in
nings of basebalo the natives warmed
up to the uniformed athletes.
Now they play with remarkable
skill and employ regulation TJ. S. fan
chatter, such as "strike," "foul,"
"batter up" and "you're out," for
which the Spanish language has no
Andrew L. Smith will coach the
Univ. of California football squad
next season. "Andy was formerly
coach at Pennsylvania and Purdue,
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