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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 30, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 11

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given poor support. Meinke made
four hits for Romeos.
South Chicago won the Litzinger
cup by defeating the Fairbanks
Morse team of Beloit, 5 to 3, after
the latter had whipped Merrimacs, 5
to 1. Both games were well played.
Walter Johnson, pitching for a
team of professionals from several
leagues, beat Grover Alexander,
pitching for a team of similar com
plexion, 3 to 2, at Joplin, Mo. Each
twirler allowed seven hits.
Frank Chance's Los Angeles team
won, the championship in the Pacific
Coast league, which closed its sea
son yesterday. Vernon was second
and Salt Lake third.
Baseball Scores
Normals 3, Grand Crossing 0. i
Central Turners 4, St Patrick 3. i
Logan Squares 6, Rex Tigers 5.
Training 4, Mercury 3.
Here and there in America, in
cities with large German populations,
will be found a few men who bowl
balls containing no fingerholes and
using the palms of their hand and
the wrist to control the big 16-pound
sphere" in its course down the alleys.
There are very few of them, and
palm bowling, one of the recognized
"Baron" Cengler, World's Greatest Palm Bowler, and Position of His
Hand in Rolling Ball.
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