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6 When is a batsman out if he knocks a fly ball which cin be
handled" by an infielder, whether it is caught or not?
7. Under what conditions did Archer, Schulte and Tinker be
come members of the Cubs?
8. In what year did Chicago become a member, of the Na
9 Player on third. None out. Batsman knocks a long foul
fly to right field. Runner on third scores after catch. How would
you score the play? -
10 Name two great outfielders who fetired-Tvhensstill in their
11 Name the presidents of the National league since its or
v 12 What probably was the most important decision made in
a ball game. What teams were concerned andiwho were the players
and umpires who figured chiefly? , ('
13 What infield trio gained the reputation of (being able to
make double plays mos artistically in recent years? i
14 Who was the greatest player ever given to baseball by
15 In what season were the American and National, league
championships decided on practically the last day of the season?
16 Name three of the best base stealers of the Cubs and the
three leaders in each of the major leagues last season.
17 Did any American league player retirerom the game
presumably for good and then come back and play brilliant ball?
Who was that player?
18 Brown singles. He overruns first and turns to his left
instead of right in returning to the base. First baseman touches
him with ball. What should the umpire's decision be?
Why not have an ordinance re
quiring the men who put up cam
paign posters to take them down
again after the campaign is over?
Or, better still, not let them mar
the scenery in the first place.
No doubt everybody felt great
ly relieved when the mayor came
out in the Hearst papers and told
everybody how to vote.
In an advertisement in The Ex
aminer Alderman Healy said that
when he was elected last time he
promised to do all in his power to
clean the streets. Now look a.1
- There's one good thing about
the sky. Politicians can't pas'te
their mugs on it.
No son, those distinguished
gentlemen who stand at the polls
all day are not there for love of
their country. As we understand
it the scale is $10 a day. Which
is about all they get out of it
It is fitting that-the sucker get
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