SUNDAY, JULY 6, 1924
THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
THE FOX ELUDES THE PACK
And Watches It From Top After Twelve Years
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A new comedy by Ft. C. Witwer.
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Three glimpses of Clark Griffith.
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WEEK OF MONDAY,JULY 34th-"When America Was Young"
By NORMAN E. BROWN.
The American league hounds may
lick their chops over Clark Griffith'sI
baseball carcass before the present
season ends but right now the Old
Fox has the satisfaction of having
eluded the pack, temporarily at least.
And the chase has been a long and
grueling one-close to 12 years inI
length. So the Old Fox's tongue prob-
ably lies out of one corner of his!
mouth as he gets his breath.
Back in 1912 Griff performed the'
same feat. That year a winning
streak of 17 games on the road sent'
the Washington club hurtling into first
place. The end .of the campaign found
the team nestling securely in second
place. Chic Gandil, who later departed
from baseball under a cloud, joined
the Capital team that year and is,
given credit for being an important
factor in its sensational showing.
That year, of course, Walter John-
son came the nearest-up to the pres-
ent spurt-that he had ever approach-
ed to pitching for a pennant-winning
team. At first thought it was believ-
ed Walt never had had the thrill of
pitching for a first place team up to
this.year. That is a bit wrong, ac-
cording to the records.
Griffith stepped out of active field
management of the team in 1920 after
leading the team to sixth place. The
next yearG eorge McBride landed
them in fourth place. The next year
Clyde Milan landed them in sixth
again and then last year Donie Bush
landed them in fourth place and him-
self out of a job.
The club has come within one round
of the pennant two years, that imem-
orable year of 1912-and the year fol-
lowing. The next year 1914, the team
finished in third place and in 1915 ran
fourth. In 1918 the team finished
third. These five years were the fat-
test the team ever has enjoyed-the
only years it wound up in first divi-
There is much in the present situa-
tion, therefore, to make the Old Fox
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PROF. A.F. SHULL TO
SPEAK ON HEREDITY
"Heredity and Immigration" is the
subject of an illustrated lecture to
be given tomorrow at five o'clock by
Prof. A. F. Shull, of the zoology de-1
partment, in the Natural Science audi-
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