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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 21, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 23',
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where Beck Is a liability In every de
partment except fielding.
Bancroft's homer won for Phils in
11th. Cooper outpitched Rixey, who
was lifted. Alexander saved the
game. Wagner and Cravath also
Hughes was no better than Mead
ows but Braves had better luck and
beat Cards. Magee's triple scored the
Tesreau finally led Giants to win,
outpitching Lear. He stopped Reds
with five hits.
Detroit made it nine straight by
whanging Maak pitchers for 13 hits.
Cobb got two and swiped his daily
base. James pitched his first game in
Tiger uniform and was good.
Only one Cleveland player reached
second base on Harper. Washington
batted Brenton hard. Shanks made
Marsans played with Sloufeds,
cracking a hit and making two sen
sational catches. Brooklyn won,
Kay See won a soft one by slug
ging. Kenworthy poled pair of dou
bles. Dan O'Leary has received 15 en
tries for his walking race at Gaelic
park tomorrow. Because of the
number of events on the card tht
distance of the race has been cut to
Pittsburgh Pirates have bought
Pitcher Phil Slattery from Marshall
town of the Central ass'n-.
Pitcher George McQuillan has
been sold to Philadelphia by Pitts
burgh. McQuillan made his big
league start with the Phillies.
Louis B. Clarke, Chicago banker,
won the Grand American handicap
shoot at Grant park with a score of
96. Three other gunmen were tied
with the same total, but Clarke Won
in a 20-target shoot-off, smashing
When a poor duke calls a rich
American girl his "treasure" she bet
ter not take it as a compliment
FINE COAT FOR FINE WEATHER
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THS. &. . STEVEJla.
Mrs. Richard Stevens, New York
society leader who startled Newport
the other day when she appeared at
the tennis court in a surplice coat of
finest white lace. It's a new fad and
Newport has already "caught on."
Ottawa, Canada. Met a swell,
dame here. Took her to eat Asked
her the height of her ambition. She
said: "About five feet threer' Ah"
Sailors on submarines tell of
strange sights under the seas. From
what we know of bathing beaches
we believe 'em.
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