Daily dose: Local history and Cubs trivia for Danville Dans' tickets, Part 3
In 1912, local authorities are investigating whether they will have to buy a new septic tank for the Champaign sewer system. The old septic tank, about a half-mile northeast of Urbana on 15 acres of ground belonging to the city, is in deplorable condition. Either radical improvements will have to be made or an entirely new tank will have to be built.
In 1962, State’s Attorney Robert Waaler has announced the appointment of James W. Evans, 25, as an investigator for the office. His appointment follows the resignation last week of former assistant Robert Trimpe, who has joined the law firm of Hirschfeld and Hirschfeld. Evans is a 1962 graduate of the University of Illinois College of law.
Who was the Cubs' outfielder, who in 1998 dropped an easy fly ball that led the late Ron Santo to exclaim on the air on WGN, "Nooooooooo!" The error allowed the Brewers to score three runs and to beat the Cubs 8-7 during a wild card stretch drive by the Cubs.
Email your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org. First person to submit the correct answer wins four tickets to Saturday night's CUBS Night game between the Danville Dans and DuBois County Bombers at Danville Stadium (6:30 p.m.)