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will not join the Whales until the
team leaves Brooklyn Monday.
It might be well to keep an eye on
the Braves. Tyler, James and Ru
dolph have all pitched fine games on
their last starts and are in the con
dition that shot the world's cham
pions through last season. Giants
beat Braves yesterday, but they were
helpless last five innings when James
went to the hill. Burns hit a single,
double and triple and Robertson a
Brooklyn hit Mayer hard in first
inning for enough runs to win. Pfef
fer was a puzzle. Stengel hit a homer.
After Caldwell staked Red Sox to a
good lead Wild Bill Donovan went to
the slab for his Yanks and pitched
fine ball. Ruth kept Yanks down and
also knocked a homer with two on.
Peckinpaugh hit four bingles and
Wyckoff was wild and Washington
profited. Gallia was tight in pinches.
Shanks collected a triple and single.
St Louis slammed three Baltimore
pitchers and took lead in Federal
league. Deal cracked a triple and
Buffalo made 16 hits but couldn't
beat Pittsburgh. Kelly and McDon-
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Latest picture of Larry Lajoie, veteran of more than a score of base
ball seasons in ten big league who is showing a flash of his old self In
Eddie Collins' old job at second base for the Philadelphia Athletics. Two;
poses of the veteran .connecting with a fast one.