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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 22, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 11

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of class, but gave way to Pinch Hit
ter Zwilling when there seemed a
chance for a rally in the seventh.
Miner Brown took his place. The
three-fingered veteran was given a
big hand. It was his first appear
ance in the box at the home grounds
this season.
Frank Schulte brought the crowd
to its feet by a wonderful catch of
Griffith's long fly in the fifth inning
of the second game.
Tinker's crew is now in sixth place
as a result of the double header
trouncing. With Cincinnati going as
fast as it is right now, the Cubs may
be in for a further drop unless they
take a decided brace over the form
shown yesterday.
The White Sox are pulling their old
stuff. One day they play like cham
pions, the next like bush leaguers.
Yesterday two left-handers, Weilman
and Koob, stood them on their heads
in the twin bill at St Louis.
Fournier, whom Rowland insists
on keeping in the game against left
handers, showed just how strong he
is against that brand of heaving. He
went eight times to the plate without
getting anything that looked like a
Dave Danforth, who from his game
against Boston was believed to have
arrived, lasted until the fourth in
ning of the first game. In this game
Fielder Jones' boys rapped out 14
The Sox trimmed another name
from the list last night. Catcher Ray
Shook was released unconditionally
to Rockford.
George Foster added to his world
series laurels by twirling a no-hit-no-run
game against the Yanks.
Hughey Jennings, with the aid of
the mighty Tyrus Cobb, sent his De
troit Tigers into a tie for first place
with Cleveland. And it was over the
Indians they got there. Cobb got a
triple and double against Lee Fohl's
outfit. Both figured in the run-mak-.ing.
Coveleskie of the Tigers held
Cleveland to three bits.
Harrison Tech won the Chicago
High School league baseball cham
pionship yesterday when they played
off two innings of a postponed game
with Bowen. Final score, 7 to 1.
Harvard whipped Yale again yes
terday. Score was 4 to 1. 15,000
watched the game. Class parades,
singing and a peanut battle between
classes were held before the game.
Nick Allen, who caught for the
Cubs for a few days, has signed with
the Topeka Western league team.
Billy Kavanaugh, manager of the
West Ends, is stealing stuff from the
wrestling game. He is going to
stick a "masked marvel" in the box
against the White Giants Sunday.
Billy won't give anybody a hint as
to the marvel's identity.
Harry Forbes, former bantam
weight champ, is to be tendered a
benefit by the Sportsmen's Club of
America at the Coliseum, June 30.
Many athletic and theatrical' stars
have volunteered their services.
Harry Legore, Yale star, who was
suspended for this season on charge
of playing summer ball, has been
elected captain of the 1917 team.
Second Baseman George Abbott
of Harvard has been elected captain
of the 1917 team.
Jack Britton and Joe Welling, both
of this village, will scrap at Boston,
June 27.
A 20-year-old pitcher who can hit
can grab a job by calling Monroe
6237 between 7:30 and 8:30 any
night or attending meeting Friday
night at 1727 Grand av. and asking
for Barker.
Want a job as athletic coach? If
so, beat it to Urbana and enroll in
the school for athletic coaches just
opened on a six-weeks' run at the
University of Illinois. Last year 195
persons were tutored by the Illini
coaching taff and the registration
this season has exceeded that num
ber. The school for coaches is a regu
lar part of the annual summer ses
sion of the university, and its pres-

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