Sport: Diamonds

Babe Ruth, batting less than .280, decided to go back to eating hot dogs. Last year he used to eat four or five hot dogs in the course of every game but he gave them up to reduce weight.

Walter Johnson walked for a few minutes on sunny paths in the grounds of the Washington hospital where he has been sick with influenza.

George Sisler, once the greatest first baseman in the American League, is now playing in the outfield for Washington.

In a game in Philadelphia, Russell Wrightstone started as right fielder for the Phillies, moved to left field in the eighth, finished...

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