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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 22, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 7

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tered, he might have been lifted from
a bad position if his support had kepi
its feet.
In the eighth, when Bush tripled,
Cobb doubled and Crawford repeat
ed, faster fielding by Fournier and
John Collins might have kept away
one of the runs. In the ninth, on a
roller to Russell, neither Brief nor
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Eddie Collins covered first base and
the pitcher's toss went to right field "
and the runner raced to third.
Detroit looks very good this spring, .,
but some of their brilliance is un
doubtedly due to comparison with
the down-headed ball the Sox were
Today the Cubs have their first
game away from home, playing St
Louis. Bresnahan will be lucky and
satisfied if he comes home with a
fifty-fifty record. He will be going
against opposition of little power, for
tunately, but games aren't won with-
Bunny Brief, White Sox Fiirst Baseman, Who Has Been Playing a Strong
Came for the SouthSiders, He Makes His Local Debut Tody
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