Sunday, March 24, 2013

From the Archives: 100 Years Ago Today

For your amusement: this graphic, which appeared in the March 24, 1913 edition of the Milwaukee Journal, presents the light-side of the cartoonists world when it comes to  ingenious ways of filling space and occupying time.

As for the Brewers, Lewis and Clark (Phil and Harry) lead the way as they defeat the Owensboro Grays amidst a "regular Kentucky gale," in a Sunday exhibition contest, 13-4. Pitcher Joe Hovlik carried his weight with the stick, swatting a double and home run. They outhit their Bluegrass State counterpart, 16-6, while making four errors. Ralph Cutting, Joe Hovlik and Bruce Noel all worked from the hill for Milwaukee.

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