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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 01, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 23

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games out of four. And that is some
large order.
Indianapolis has a good ball team,
combining slugging and fairly effect
ive pitching. Kauff, an outfielder,
Ed Walsh, Who Came Back ester
day Against Detroit
leads the-leaguein batting, and Vin
Campbell is away up near the top.
..Hendrix will be the first pitcher.
He is Joe's best bet, and naturally the
manager wants to get the jump. Wat
son, Fisk and McGuire will also get
a fling at the leaders.
Tinker has been very fortunate in
regard to injuries so far, and his
alignment remains unbroken as it
started the season.
Mackmen outbatted Red Sox, but
couldn't bunch soaks. Speaker got a
triple and single and Schang a homer.
Johnson rescued Ayers and held
Yanks runless for five innings. Cald
well allowed the winning run after
relieving Keating. McBnde knocked
a triple and smgle.
Browns split double bill with Naps
and dropped to fourth place. Gregg
pitched good ball in first. Turner of
Naps poled a homer, double and four
singles in the two games. Walker got
two triples and a double.
Tesreau's good pitching and three
base hit won for Giants. Reulbach
allowed but four hits, and gave no
passes.
Slim Sallee shaded Harmon, and
Cards licked Pittsburgh. Jack Miller's
bat won for St. Louis.
Phillies outsiugged Braves in first
game, but fell down m second. Bill
James pitched the best ball of the day.
Maranville got five hits and Becker
four in the two flights. Luderus soak
ed a homer.
The U. S. court of appeals at Cin
cinnati refused to grant an injunction
sought by the Federal League, to pre
vent Bill Killifer catching for the
Philadelphia Nationals. An opportun
ity will be given the Federals to pro
duce any additional evidence they
may have of broken faith on the
part of Killifer.
Bert Niehoff, Red third baseman,
did not play against the Cubs yester
day afternoon. He sat in a box next
to Joe Tinker and watched ther pro
ceedings though he had taken part in
the practice. No one seems to know
whether Niehoff has jumped or not
but his actions were suspicions.
Carry Herrmann, president of the
Cincinnati team, has asked Marsans
to come back to the team. This is
somewhat different from the attitude
of Manager Herzog, who said he
would never take Marsans back so
long as he was manager.
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