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

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President Comiskey has promised
to have a Chicago band on hand to
compete with the one the Iowans are
going to have with them. There will
be much music.
Our North Side hopes, Tinker's
Cubs, are also lining up better every
day. They open Wednesday against
Cincinnati in the Ohio city. With the
infield breaking good, as it has dur
ing the past week, things look fine.
The batting of the North Side crew
against the Louisville Colonels put
some cheer into the frame of one Joe
Tinker Tuesday afternoon. Led by
Flack and Williams with three swats
apiece, the outfit totaled fifteen good,
healthy hits for eleven runs. And
that was five more than they need
ed to win. After a substantial lead
had been piled up, a lot of the subs
were edged into the game. They kept
up the good bat work.
Special trains leave Chicago tow
night for Cincinnati to carry the
boosters who are going to the Red
kthd city to back Joe Tinker's boys
in their opening clash with Cincin
nati. Richmond, Ind., birthplace of
Weeghman, will send a delegation of
Tris Speaker is bound for Cleve
land. After being transferred from
the Boston Red Sox to the Ohio team
he held a conference with Pres. J. J.
Lannin. Then he reported conditions
were satisfactory to him.
St Louis Americans trimmed St.
Louis Nationals in final game, 3 to 1
Four singles, a base on balls and two
sacrifice flies bunched is enough to
cop most any baU game.
Washington lost the last of the ex
hibition games with Philadelphia, 2
to 1. With the score tied at one
apiece, Gallia, Washington pitcher,
in the eighth inning walked a maa
when the bases were loaded.- It
proved to be the winning run.
The battle between Freddie Welsh
and Ever Hammer has been shifted
from Racine to Milwaukee. Th
Our friend the weather man can
make himself solid with Chicagoans
for a long time to come if he will just
plan today to have real baseball
weather drop down on Chicago to
morrow. If all is well "along the Potomac"
our baseball blood will be called to
the first rush of the season when
Rowland's White Sox stack up
against the Detroit Tigers for the
first game of the American league
All is well with the team. The
South Side boys have been working
like a lawn mower. Everything that
got in the way has been mowed
down. Fighting off cold weather in
some spots, pitchers, fielders and all
have come to time in great shape. So
now it is up to the weather man.
Both the regulars and the Yanni
gans carried away honors with Dav
enport and Ottumwa, respectively.
The big crew, by winning 9 to 1,
made it fourteen straight victories.
Jackson grabbed a double and single
out of the nine hits made by the
The seconds went crazy with their
bats, pounding out fifteen safe blows
for just one less runs. Moriarty
slapped a double and two singles.
Lapp rapped a homer. Joe Benz was
in regular form, not allowing one hit
The Yannigans have not lost a game
on this trip. They play at Rockford
The Sox arrive "at home" tonight
That will give them a chance to get
a good night's sleep after much rum
bling over the rails. Their park is
having the finishing touches of paint
put on. It will be like moving into a
new home when they strut out onto
the field Wednesday afternoon. A
large delegation of rooters from Du
buque, Iowa, are scheduled to be on
deck for rooting purposes. Their
interests lean heavily on Manager
Rowland and Red Faber, who come
from that towrj

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