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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 13, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 11

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statement that he is entitled to more
money for the coming season.
Ping Bodie does not like the $3,000
contract offered him by Connie
Mack. The former Sox fence buster
says he will get $4,000 or retire from
baseball.
Hennepin defeated Barry, 5 to 1, in
STAR TELLS HOW TO
MAKE SPARES
The last of seven lessons in spare
bowling by "Count" John Cengler,
the Belgian star, now bowling in the
United States and ranked next to
Jimmie Smith, the 'world champion.
THE 5-7 SPLIT
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By "Count" John Gengier
The ball should be started from
the right corner of the alleys, hitting
the 5 pin about one-quarter full,
knocking it against the 7 pin.
a game of the nights of Columbus
Indoor Baseball league.
Frank Taberski successfully de
fended his title as pocket billiard
champion, defeating James Mature,
450 to 420, at Pittsburgh.
Jim Shea defeated Lundy Lund
gren, 50 to 44, in a game of the Chi
cago Billiard league- at Petersen's
room.
Delegates to the annual meeting of
the U. S. Golf association at New
York, by a vote of 77. to 13 sus
tained the disqualification of Francis
Ouimet, Sullivan and Tewksbury as
professionals. The amateur tourna
ment was awarded to the Oakmont
club of Pittsburgh and the open to
the Brae Burn Country club of West
Newton, Mass.
Billy Miske outfought Charley
Weiriert in ten rounds at New York.
Weinert hit Miske on the chin in the
first' round, staggering him, but
after that the St. Paul boy came with
a rush and drew steadily ahead.
New Trier swimmers defeated
Sinat Social Center in the senior
meet at the New Trier tank, 34 to
33. Sinai turned the tables in the
junior meet, 39 to 28. Rayfield,
Sinai junior, was individual star, tak
ing five firsts.
Basketball Scores
Oak Park 23, La Grange 7.
Loyola 45, Waller 15.
Schurz 27, Alumni, 21.
Wendell Phillips 15, Crane 6.
Medill 21, Lake View 8.
Alumni 20, Austin 7.
Downers Grove 29, Harrison 7.
Lake View 19, Waukegan 18.
Exmoors 52, Englewood M. E. 16.
Senn 18, Wilson Badgers 17.
Lewis 33, Wheaton 16.
I. A. C. 28, Wabash 20.
Purdue 14, Chicago 12.
Illinois 45, Northwestern 17.
Indiana 21, Iowa 12.
Freddie Welsh and his manager
are on their way here, according to
a wire from New York. They are
due some time during the day -or
night Fred will resume training tc
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