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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 19, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 27',
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after the catch. Weaver then rolled
out to Bender.
Other openings almost as good
were presented, but they were passed
-up. In one inning Weaver and Chase
fanned with men oh.
Herzog is getting revenge on Mc
Graw. The Reds knocked Demaree
and Wiltse out of the box. Groh, a
former Giant, whaled a home run
with two on base. The Reds stole bIx
- Pittsburgh was unable to profit by
the Giant defeat. Boston copped a
game by rallies in the eighth and
ninth. Adams was driven from the
mound. James held Pittsburgh easily.
Evers started the Brave rally. ,
Slim Sallee tamed the Dodgers
while the Cards got to Reulbach and
Ragan at the proper times. Beck
played short in place of Butler, whose
nose was broken.
Foster held Detroit to two hits, and
the Tigers drew a blank. Mains also
pitched good ball. Cobb and Veach
got the Tiger hits.
Ayers outpitched Hagerman and
GOLF CLUB CRIP THAT BEAT THE
Washington made it- two straight
from Cleveland. Joe Jackson again
went hitless. Morgan and Shanks did
the heavy work for Washington. Ay
ers is proving to be the best pitching
find of the season.
Bunched hits in the eighth inning
gave St. Louis three runs and the
game, McHale being outpitche'd by
Jatnes. Pratt collected four singles.
Baltimore clung to the lead in the
Federal by nosing out Kay See. Quinn
gave the Packers four hits. Stone
was a bear after the first three in
nings. Somers of Brooklyn and Mullen of
Indianapolis, both former Detroit
pitchers, were hammered from the
box, and Seaton proved the best res
cuer. Land of Brooklyn and Camp
bell of Indianapolis each got three
hits. McKechnie punched a homer
Bob Groom had enough to beat
Buffalo, as St Louis got to Ander
son heavily. Boucher got two dou
bles and two singles, and Delehanty
smashed a homer and single.
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The strange interlocking grip used by Francis Ouimet, American open
golf champion who defeated Vardon and Ray, the best in Britain, at Boston
to win his honors a year ago, is attracting much attention throughout the
British Isles. The youthful champion will play in the British championship,
the golf classic of the world, at Sandwich and has been practicing abroad
for more than a month.