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

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cleanly in the first round, but the
latter managed to stall through to
the bell, and escaped danger there
after. Britton gave his opponent se
vere punishment.
Johnny Kilbane has signed for a
STAR TELLS HOW T&
.MAKE SPARES
Fifth of seven lessons in spare
, bowling by "Count" John Gengler,
the Belgian star, now bowling in the
United States and ranged next to
Jimmie Smith, the world champion.
THE 27-10 SPLIT
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"By "Count" .John Cengier
Boll a short hook from the right
side of the, alleys, striking No. 2 one
quarter full. No. 2 -will be knocked
to the right rorner of the alleys, get
ling No. 10, and the ball will follow
through, tp get the 7 Die
ten-round fight with Ritchie Mitchelf
in Milwaukee Jan. 30.
Charley Morin, Flenner's, defeated
Ben Klatcher at Howe's room, 50 to
37, in the Chicago Billiard league.
Joe Capron defeated Martin Ma
ley, 50 to 46, in a game of the In
terstate Three-Cushion league.
' Frank Gotch, a visitor in Chicago,
says he is positively through with
the mat game. "I'm 41 years old,"
says the former wrestling champion,
"and I guess it's time to quit." Gotch
thinks well of Joe Stecher, but says"
the new champion is a one-hold man.
Rube Bressler and Tom Sheehan,
pitchers, have been unconditionally
released by Connie Mack.
Lawrence Anderson, all-star high
school end for two years, has been
chosen captain of the 1917 Engle
wood football team.
The Central A. A. U. swimming
championship at 880 yards will be
decided tonight at the.Hamilton club
tank. Brown and Wallen of the
Hamilton club and John Miller of the
I. A. G. are entered for the event.
Ravenswood defeated Commercial,
3 to 2, in the Knights of Columbus
Indoor Baseball league.
Father Perez and Madonna will
play tonight at Central hall, 22d and
Wabash av., for the leadership in
the southern division of the Knights
of Columbus Indoor league.
Basketball Scores
1 Englewood 12, Calumet 6.
Chicago Latin 14, North Div. 10.
Crane lights 41, Tilden 13.
Crane bantams 10, Tilden 7.
De La Salle 21, Lane lights 19.
Schurz heavies 18, Parker 14.
Schurz bantams 31, Parker 8.
CM. Latin heavies 25, Loyola 22.
Whiting 49, McHale 34.
Averly Clippers 33, Alberno 13.
Seward Whales 59, Stars 11.
Hamlin Triangle Jrs. 25, Garfd. 18.
Wilson Badgers 26, Olympic 23.
. Senecas 23, Eckhart 19.
Cornell Maroons 18, Exmo',-3 15.
Chicagoans tonight will be .ford
ed their first opportunity of witness-?

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