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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 21, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 27

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journ has "been mighty successful
They leave-for Gleveland 'in first
place, and should remain there for
the next two weeks at least. Before
returning home the Cals meet Cleve
land, Detroit and St. Louis in the
order named, playing a quartet of
games in each city. Then they drop
back home for a series against the
.Same old Mackmen. Licked Bos-,
ton twice. In each game they fiadj
their usual ig inning, scoring six.
times in, the tenth frame of the .first
and four in -the second of the after-
piece. Eddie Collins, Mclnniss, Strunk
and Barry cam6 back with" their JjJgJ
Dats. Pitcher Pennock trjplejd in th
second game with the bases loadqdi.
George Johnson, Indian Pitcher, Who Jumped From the Cincinnati Reds
to the Kansas City Feds.
Tigers. Upon the conclusion of that
clash the Hose, head for the East to
open the first seaboard invasion.
Callahan wants th'e team to" start
across the mountains in. first place, to
allow for any handicap they may suf
fer while playing away from home.
Boston got ten hits in the two-games
off1 of Houck, Wyckoff, Tlank ande
Pennock.
Indianapolis scored six runs in. one
inning and licked the Kaw Feds4
Stovall was out of the game with a
bad hand, and Perring played firsts i
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