Chicago Examiner Newspaper Archives October 08, 1914 Page 7

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Acton Free Press

May 1, 1958, Page 6

Acton, Ontario, CA

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Chicago Examiner (Newspaper) - October 8, 1914, Chicago, Illinois Thursday october 8. 1914. A Cool one Heine kept Cool on a hot Day a which is going some for him. Isnit a it so it looks As though it will take More than a Wolf gang to beat Bruins this fall a it a a it it a a Ltd its its it Ltd it a it its it it irks the heat certainly started something yesterday at the sox Park on Randolph Street Blodee Bloomie the cubs did some shooting t themselves As holes in the sox show. Two scenes at the City series opener yesterday the victorious Pitcher. In the picture at the left Tommy Leach is shown sliding safely Back to first base when Faber tried to catch him napping in the eighth in at the right Wilbur Good May be seen scampering Over the plate with the first run of the game. He doubled in the first counted on Saiers single. Below is Jim Vaughn the great cub hurler who foiled the sox. To Siefus land i Federal Flag for sox cubs baseball t tickets Ernie Young is psf of a a so ass �b3 or Sis Sis Sara s the two cubs with a single to right. J. Callahan. Of the sox a we Wil retain the City Chaan my pitchers Are in the Pink sox the South siders that o Day played his Trump card my Sam to on is attach Kne Thea Vahn eed _ i tithe of slow work by Good in 7e�t.,y,,Rin, for other sporting news Page 8 i 1036 by Buck Weaver. Both Edisto the game a batted sir ssh err i wis sep ;