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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 14, 1912, Image 19

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Ee may worry ahout his fielding
ana mis wui cause nun to siump
in hitting. Many a good batter
has fallen down because of worry
9ver his fielding. Hofman will
do on first.
Ward "Miller, however, hast
-shown nothing wonderful. 'Hft is
,.a fair hitter, T5ut his arm is hope
lessly weak- If the new lineAfp
does not produce Jresufts Lennox
will be back in the game&a fgy
days, and perhaps the short rest
is just what he needs. J
Hughie Jennings is finding the
going bad this year. The High
, landers swamped his once feroc
ious Tig6rs yesterday, in spite of
the fact that Cobb stole home and
Bush and Crawford contributed
some' healthy smacks. The De
troit, pitchers were soft for New
Yotk.
Jack Barry was the only Ath
letic who could do anything with
Walsh yesterday. He made three
singles and a double out of four
times up.
By winning yesterday Cincin
nati pulled back on -practically
even terms with the Giants. The
furVill fly when these two teams
meet in Redland the. latter part
of the week.
. .
Cjuinn, the only pitcfier in the
Highlanders who has been going
well this season, has been inde
finitely suspended for introduc
ing prize fighting into baseball
last Saturday, with 'Umpire
O'Laughlin as his victim.
SPRING SPROTJT5.
I I I 1 1
1 wish last fall Fd thought to
bust
This darned machine to smash ;
If I was old enough to swear
I'd say blank, blank and dash.
OUR PRECISE ARTIST
"Bringing him to.1
TirTfinTftffffr-- rr jTt n-irf ni

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