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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 14, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 31',
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known as retrenchment, according to
the National league definition. Great
Boston Red Sox affairs should take
on a rosier hue. Dutch Leonard, the
star left-hander of the American
x league last season, started his first
game of 1915 and was too much for
Detroit Boland took his first defeat
Lenard fanned six. Cobh was passed
twice, hit once, stole two bases and
, scored twice.
Yanks- romped with Cleveland,
Caldwell outpitching Coumbe. Maisel
hit two singles, a homer -and got two
Walsh dropped fly in ninth and St
Louis beat Macks. Oldring batted a
triple and two singles. Lowdermilk
Poor old Hans Wagner. He only
took care of 14 chances for Pitts
burgh and figured in three double
plays. All Pirates fielded sensation
ally and Harmon pitched well. Philly
run was a Cravath homer.
Perritt pitched first victory of 1915
for Giants, holding Reds to six hits.
Groh knocked two doubles.
Pittsburgh made 19 hits to take se
ries from Buffalo. Holly and McDon
ald each belted four safeties.
Sloufeds cracked 18 hits, while
Groom puzzled Baltimore. Vaughn,
Drake and Deal bagged three hits
Kay See maced four Newark pitch
ers. Kenworthy had a triple and
The four winning teams in the Fed
eral league aggregated 66 hits. The
four losing teams used eleven pitch
ers. o o
DARNELL FOUND GUILTY GETS
JOLT FROM PROSECUTOR
Milwaukee, May 14. James Mor
rison Darnell, the marrying parson,
was. found guilty of violating the
Mann act in that he transported
Ruth Sope rfrom Owatonna, Minn.,
to Chicago an dthence to Kenosha.
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May 20 1
In his closing argument for the
government Prosecuting Att'y Guy
D. Goff lashed DarnelL
"Must a man be shielded and per
mitted to walk scathless' through
transgressions just because he car
ries with him the odor of sanctity?"
he asked. 'To let this mon ga un
whipped of justice would be to lay the
corner stone of anarchy.
'Men who have adopted the dual
life must be rebuked. "When a man
becomes linked with a woman not his
wife there is more hope for her than
for him, according to the teachings
of the Nazarene. Publicans and har
lots enter the kingdom before Phar
isees and hypocrites.
"But whether true or not, it must
be true, if there is a hell, that there
is no corner so hot as that which fur
nishes the punishment for these pol
ished, polluted, self-righteous rakes
of the church who make religion a
"He seemed to be content to go
down the primrose path of dalliance
sacrificing one after another to his
swinish passion without fear or com
punction, holding that it was his
privilege as a gentleman of the cloth.
"No creature rising to the normal
level of a mangy ape would resort to
spiritual hypnotism to dead girlhood's
purest thoughts along the primrose
path. I thought I had met all man
ner of men, but never before have
I met a penitent, sanctimonious
man with the hardihood to speak the
message of Christ with the stain and
odor of adulterous sin on his brow."
KING OF GREECE ILL
Athens, May 14. King Constan
tine, 46, is seriousl yill. Prayers were
ordered in all the churches of Greece
today for his recovery. The king
contracted pleurisy and a severe cold.
He became ruler of Greece upon
the assassination of his father, King
George, on March 18, 1913, and was
active recently in overturning the
war party in Greece.
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