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June 28, 1921 - Image 3

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into the regular lineup this year was
small. Perrin will revert to Boston
at the close of the baseball season.
Centre May Play Boston
Boston college has opened negotia-
t- tions with Centre college for a foot-
y ball game this year. The famous
iy colonels are much in demand and,
- ever since their record of 1919, they
have been one of the big noises in
- Southern football. Last year the ap-
ke apearance of the Kentucky college in
k the Harvard stadium made such a fav-

RAY

orable impression that they were in-
vited back again. With Bo McMillan
back, as pilot of the Center eleven,
the colonels should give the Eastern
teams some' stiff competition.
"Chick" Evans Defeated
Charles "Chick" Evans Jr., nation-
al amateur golf champion, and Charles
F. Mayo, professional, were defeated
Tuesday on the links of the Edge-
water Golf club, Chicago, by theEBrit-
ish professionals, George Duncan and
Abe Mitchell. Duncan led in scores
with 70, 68, 138, while Evans was
only a stroke behind, making the
course in 70, 69, 139.
Yesterday 's Scores
American League
Washington 5, Chicago 4.
Boston 5, Cleveland 4.
St. Louis 7, New Yolk .5.
Detroit 4, Philadelphia 1.
National League
Brooklyn 10, Chicago 2.
Cincinnati 2, Boston 0.
Cincinnati 4, Boston 3.
New York 4, Pittsburgh 1.
St. Louis 5, Philadelphia 1.;
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