ANOTHER CHANCE FOR HOYT Brooklyn Youth, Once With New York Giants, Has Signed Up With Boston Red Sox. Waite Hoyt, former Erasmus Hall high school star, who became famous by joining the Giants at the age of sixteen six-teen in 1915. is finally to get another - chance to achieve his life's ambition and star In the big leagues. The youngster has been signed by the Red Sox and in his games so far has done remarkably well. Iloyt's pitching with the Baltimore Dry Dock team attracted the attention of several major league clubs. His work with the Dry Dock team paralleled parallel-ed his phenomenal twirling iu scholas- U-.H ;-. :...y . aSjnss-.---':1 'yJ-y-J i ;. a. s. a i y -K v c ' ; Waite Hoyt. tic circles In Brooklyn a few years uso. He has been pitching practically n..t! -ing but shutouts and low hit ami small score games. The Giants retained a siring to lloyt for some time. He was farmed out in 1 1 I T and also In litis. Last winter he was sent to Kochesler as part paymeii, for Catcher l.';;rl Smith, but refuset. f( n port.