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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 15, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 12

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chances -when lie failed to touch
third when counting on a double by
Miller. Mays and Leonard pitched
for Boston.
A report from New York is that
Christy Mathewson will go to-Cincin-nati
and manage the team, Herfcog
being taken by the Giants. Herzog
played for McGraw once before, but
they didn't get along.
Slim Salee is slated to sign a con
tract with the Giants tomorrow.
Mr. James Kilroy, pause! If you
are looking for a fight for your star
lightweight, here's the chance. For
Doc Kroife up and says curses on
you and Andy Williams. Doc has a
candidate named Jimmy McGovern
that he is certain can polish off your
champion, and do it in jig-time.
Doc says you can halt -in your
chase of Ever Hammer and take on
McGovern, then the winner of that
bout can have a crack at the blond
tiger. Krone believes East Chicago
would stage a Williams-McGovern
fight Labor day.
Doc does not talk loudly about
betting a million dollars on McGov
ern, which pleases us greatly. Noth
ing is of less consequence than the
money mentioned by a fight man
ager not where he can his hands
on it, anyhow.
it's up to you, Jim. Doc says you
can communicate with him at 4862
Sheridan rd., which sounds like a
darn high-toned neighborhood. Go
up and see him, and, if there's room
in Doc's flat after his own portly
form is seated, talk cold turkey. A
regular fight would be some relief
after the dancing matches that have
occurred recently.
Sunday, July 16, will be ladies day
at Holy Family. On this day they
will play the strong baseball team
from Holy Angels, at present leaders
of southwest division of the N. C.
A. A., at St Ignatius park, W. 12th
st. and Blue Island av. This game
will either put Holy Family in first
place or probably out of the running
altogether, as up to date Holy Fam-,
ily has already lost two games, onfi.
to Epiphany and the other to
Jacques Cartier. The South Siders,
who have a very strong following,
are coming to the 'game in tally-hos.
Geraghty, the star southpaw of the
N. C. A. A., who has been out of the
game for the past three weeks, will
do the twirling, and Carberry the re- ,
ceiving for Holy Family. Holy An
gels has an unknown twirler signed
up for this game.
Other games scheduled in the
southwest division of the N. C. A. A. h
for Sunday, July 16, are as follows: ' '
St Adelbert vs. Flood A. C, Notre
Dame vs. Holy Trinity, and Epiphany
vs. Jacques Cartier.
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CHI. SHRINERS GET STUCK UP '
WHEN BOAT IS PINCHED
Chicago Shriners were detained on
their return journey from attending
the Shriners national convention at
Buffalo when their chartered steam
er, the South American, was "pinch
ed" at Detroit
The boat was libeled on the charge
of scores of Detroiters who said they
were made sick by typhoid and pto
maines on it last year and want $73,
000 damages.
The joke is that the Detroit-complainants
are all Knight Templars.
The boat and its 750 Chicago Shrin
ers was finally released on promise
of the Chicago, Duluth & Georgian
Bay Transit Co. to post an $80,000
bond next week.
WOMAN SUES BOSTON STORE
Mrs. Anna F. Hughes filed suit,
against the Boston Store for $5,000
yesterday.
Her attorneys, Cruice and ,Lang- .
will, say that Mrs. Hughes stumbled "
over an obstruction in the crowded,'
narrow aisles of the Boston Store,
fell heavily and injured herself se
verely. Although the ,accident happened
on Dec. 15, 1915, Mrs. Hughes still
suffers from her hurts,.some of which
may be of a permanent nature.
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