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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 01, 1913, Image 10

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greater success-than his father the
fact that he is a real tower of strength
and not a weak member of the Mor
gan firm having recently become ap
parent. He is a member of the New York
stock exchange and of a dozen or
more clubs.
. A
, rHe -loves work.
He-hates; sham, pretense and the
flashy ways of the new rich.
James J. Hill, who has watched the
young man closely and has been his
tutor in. several branches of finance,
says:, j .
"He's a chip of the old block."
Orvie Overall Signs With the Cubs
Exhibition Scores.
Orvie. Overall is on his way back.
The former big bear of thevCubs is
the man Murphy meant yesterday
when, he said the West Siders were
on the trail of a good pitcher.
. The spiel of the president sounded
vlike an announcement of a new man,
but he had Orvie in mind all the time.
Hank O'Day took a trip to the coast
and arranged the terms. Overall says
he js satisfied and ready to work his.
hardest for Cub success.
If Overall returns to his former
speed that Cub pitching staff will, not
be a cheesy aggregation. Cheney,
Lavender, Richie,- Overall and one'of
the young left-handers will make al
formidable hurling quintet.
Overall will continue-to work out
on. the coast until April 15, reporting
direct to theCubs at that time.
April l. Pennant claimed by the
"Cards, Dodgers and Braves in the
National League. Browns, -Yanks,
Tigers and Naps make same claim in
American. All-Fools' Day.
Brooklyn, 14; Richmond, 7.
"NC Boston Nationals, 3; Buffalo, 2.
.Athletics No. 2, 9; University of
Pennsylvania, 2.
Athletics,. 9"; University of Pennsyl
vania, 0. "
Washington, 14.; Alexandria, 0.
Boston Red Sox, 2; Pittsburgh,' 0,
Sox Teams Win Soft Games Cubs
in Kansas City
There was little baseball to the ex
hibitions pulled off by the two Sox
'teams yesterday, but the players had
plenty of work under a broiling sun
and took the kinks' out of muscles
stiffened by train riding. ...
The first team beat Yuma, Ariz., 9
to 0. The seconds walloped Reno,
Nev., 11 to 3.
Fifteen hits were.made by the reg
ulars in the Yuma game, most of
them' coming after Doc White and
Red Kuhn pitched for the cactus bat
tery which started againsTCaTs men.
Some of. men who. were forced to
listen to Doc's singing in Paso Robles'
got revenge in large chunks.
A. person named "Tiny" . Barker,
so-called because he weighs ,?210
pounds, pitched five innings for the
Sox. Cal grabbed him just before
leaving California, probably for bal
,last in case, floods are encountered.
."Tiny"' igave only one hit and then
made way for-Indian Johnson, who
was maced three times in , four
Davy Jones isstiH out of the -pas-.time,
so Buck Weaver held forth in
left field, Berger taking Buck's .place
p.t short. The Dutchman caused shiv
ers 10 cnase memseives up weaver s
spinal column by poling a double .and
triple. Every man oh the team jjot-"
a bingle. Those only "getting one Jut
were -treated coldly -by their more
wealthy mates.
, t El Paso Lsf on the schedule. for this
afternoon.' Ed" Walsh will probably -

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