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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 25, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 11

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Boston Red Sox Sunday. With the
bases loaded he slapped out a homer.
Poor Walter Johnson. Detroit
seems to have his goat Walter has
not copped one single game from
Detroit this season- on the Detroit
grounds. Ty Cobb lit on Johnson, for
three singles and a two-bagger in
four times at bat. Tris Speaker only
gathered one hit in Sunday's game.
Speaker's lead for batting honors in
the American league, however, is be
yqnd the reach of Tyrus.
If there is a city series between the
Cubs and Sox, the former will have
tcbattle through it without the serv
ices of Larry Doyle. The star sec
ond sacker is still hobbling about on
crutches and will not be able to get
into any more ball games this sea
son. Steve Yerkes, who is playing
swell ball right now, will hold down
the keystone sack in the event of a
city affair.
Police interference was a feature
of the Logan Square-Romeo battle in
the Sweitzer cup series at Logan
Square Sunday. The Logan Squares
finally copped at battle 3 to 1 in reg
ular baseball. Spectators stopped
the game several times and insisted
on settling it with their fists. As a
result several belligerents were
rushed off to the police station. Po
lice rushed the crowd of bystanders
after several bruised heads were
handed out. Manager Ryan of the
losers filed a protest
Queen of Angels ball team repeat
ed their last year's win of the title
in the,National Catholic league. This
year's bunting was ciQched when
the Angels trimmed Holy Family
Sunday, 16 to 5.
The Ciceros slid into the finals for
the Tearney cup by beating the Gal
ligans, 16 to 6. The Galligans went
all to pieces in the fourth inning,
when six errors and four hits netted
eight runs.
First two heats of the Illinois naval
reserves' twelve-oared cutter races
were rowed Sunday on the mile
course from 12th street to the Chi-,
cago Yacht club. The first heat, in
which the first, third and fifth divi
sions took part, was won by the first.
The second heat between the sec
ond, fourth and sixth was a cinch for
the second. The final heat, which is
for the Jackson trophy, will be rowed
next Sunday over the sme course.
Bripklayers trimmed the Sweetish
Americans, 1 to 0, in their Chicago
District Soccer league game Sunday.
Pullman trimmed the Campbell Ro
vers, 6 to 0. Joliet, champions of the
Chicago District league, trimmed the
Corinthians, 2 to 1. The game was
played at Joliet.
Miscellaneous Scores
Logan Squares 3, Romeos 1.
White Giants 8, Rex Tigers 2.
Rogers Park 5, Garden City 4.
South Chicago 10, Eclipse 2.
Braves 5, Mortons 2.
Chicago Billiards 8, Cent Parks 5.
Jeffreys 12, Gunthers 6.
Maplewood 2, E. A. Storrs 1.
Commercial 2, Jackson Park 0.
Phil Sheridan 6, Star 4.
St Charles 5, Immac. Concep. 1.
Beaconsfield 13, Defiance 0.
Feehan 8, St. Rose 5.
Queen of Angels 16, Holy Family 5.
Cicero 16, Galligans 6.
SS. Peter & Paul 5, Grand Cross. 4.
Northern Lights 1, Tile Layers 0.
Standards 6, E. Field 5.
Monroe -6, Olympia 2.
Onward 5, Pinta 4.
Normals 10, Murleys 8.
Monarchs 3, Olsons 0.
Kelly 5, Shamrocks 4.
Chicago Heights 9, Jake Stahlsx8.
Eagle P. C. 15, Westerns 1.
Holy N. A. C. 3, Stanton Park 2.
S. State Bank 14, H. Park Feds 1.
Am. Giants 3, Magnets 2.
Richmonds 9, Lafayette 8.
La Salle 9, Palmer 8.
McCanns 4, Harleys 3.
Paulina 10, Margates 8.
Burnside 3, Grahams 0.
Sportsmen's Club 14, Douglas 2.
Training 5, Mercury 4.
Dodgers 6, Garfield 2.
Beta Deltas 8, Opportunity 4,
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