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1I THE t EVENING Ufr WORLDS e HOME A MAGAZINE WEDNEiDAVEVI APRII as 1 i 1 < 1
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MEN OF TODA WHO MAKE THE WORLD L4 UGH
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Interviews with Famous Humorists Written by Roy L McCardell and Illustrated
by The Evenin World Sketch Artist TomMcGill
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Comic Chorus Bursts Into Son
ComlOpera Song 1
L n years the unthinking and untopMsticttted J wild j hAw ndted the slgnatur
Fn K Munklttrlck in The World Puck Judge Harpers and other stand I
ard publications haVo imagined that the master ot ecromaUo verse BO algntne
was making a waggish end vor to phonetically call hlmMlt Mohkey trick
1 I c Perish the thought R K Munklttrlck is n Ki Uwildtttlckv tie Is the editor
Judge and nono know him but to lovo him none name him but to praise
It you should ever chance to poas the corner of Houston and atuflberry atreat
la old New York you vrlll ice iIblit red brick building1 occupying a whole block
Tiat IB Tuck Building And for every bHok in it n 1C Munklttdck haa written
o joke
ajokeThit In the changes 61 time and things he haa faaoed from tha dominion of
Puck and for some years past haa been the cttihrf Of JXtdse
Hlfl latest work written con June UcBJ h Willis Steelle is the libretto of
ttcomJo op ell1 called Dldb
i Wo found him in his fun factory Ifa the Judge Building yesterday at noon
Good day old manl snld we Haw are you
4 Dut he was rhapsodizing
Ah now the blithesome roblh
Across the meadow calls
And my spirit Is hobnobbln
With the thoughts of codfish balls
My happy heart In springtime la singing madrigals I
3 Aa th golden syrUp on the iUsllhs pancake f fills
fOb It true Mr Munlclttilck that > ou are the bard of the breakfast tablet
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t I This tlmo lie heard us I cannot me so presumptuous as to claim the title
Intt I am Natures Press Agent sir r
11 In Bprlne I Blng of vernal leas
1 On ninlch the lambkins sport
And jocund rhyme of sttawberrles
At forty cents a quart
In SUmmutUno It lImy biz
To chant of dairydimes
And note the rickey and gin flu
Are dura cure for the willies
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Of Winter sausages I troll
A catch that tahes the bun aIr x
And put the current price ot coal
At twenty plunVa a toii air
A And so the acosond go their round
1 t sing that you may Know > lt
Th And at tho same old stand Im found
As Natures Peerless Poet
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3 We know you have Written some X Ink beat selling books oMheT ek In
II cluding The Mo9n Prince Farming Madrigals of Dinner Dishes The New
Joreey Arabian Nights A Book of Acrobatic Poetry Ac but whatis your
I favorite poem we asked I
It K the rhymer tufnod his great oxllko eyes upon Us and saldt My
favorite poem Is my Apostrophe to tho float I
Down In the cellpr dark remote
Where alien cats jour larder note 1
In solemn grandeur stands the goat
Without Jie hfetf tho whining storm
Ho feels the draughts arourtd hm ewarm
Ha cats your coal fo keep him warm
i I am Justly proud sir of my Apostrophe > tho Goat Swinburne or Tenny
t jon or Mooro or Hyron or KaLe or Shelly never Wrote a poem like my Apos
trophe to the Goat holly did write on tide to the Skylark but one goat con
I tains more of tho elements of posy and romance than a whole sky full of sky >
flY Urka vkylarklng What
I > We wore awed aid sllont
t j I have written a sonnet to SfireThroated April he resumed It endi
I if Bh eontttrs on the verdant hills
I A Golden Argosy of pills
I ifK After this hoxpojitliued I coniUcf my Anthem toAut9mn prettv ood
tvnait Ibo froit IH 04 the pUmpkin
K Aho the roctaira m tne siooic
A hair wdi < p y the bum5ln
p Who cods thij former stock
I t I foralitcr tho rhyming Uf bUtutikln and pumpkin a happy Inspiration
t Take tht cheab cb nftd > 1ibete They tvolva Something Ilka lhliJ sOil
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a Oil the froit In dn lie pWklu
And bf winter tlirlo Im timnklii
tit Ai the bihlJo lint a plnklu
pawn by the cabli door
Now there the imitation articlel Punkln and limnkln for iiumpkln and
rajVlri Bhadra pt Ute real author pf TH Ueauful BuowTi
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The mule nay drQwUteeltt
The house fly to the kitchen shelf may soar
Ito trstnjile through the meringue on the tart
Aok me no moral
Concluding from this that he was poetically signifying the Interview woj at
nfl end We bid htm goodday and departed ROT MCAKDELIj
HOW HER FIRST BASEBALL GAME
RSIMBpA SAEL6 1
IMPRESSED ONE NEW YORK GIRL
She Finds It Divided Into Scenes and Punctuated by Sofa
Cushions and Grieves that a Handsome Man Named
McGinnity Should Have Lost ills Eye
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The problem What Is the attraction In a baseball game to the average girl
who knows nothing of Its rules has punled the fans since the national game
was Invented Thousands of girls attend their weird comments on each play Is
proof positive of their profound Ignorance of what Is going on What do they
see In It alU The Evening World has attempted to solve the mystery by sending
one of Its cleverest speclaJ writers Miss Nlxola GreeleySmlth granddaughter of
Horace Greeley to witness one game and to write her Impressions without
prejudice The vivid Illustrations accompanying theory are also hers and were
sketched from life during the game v
By Nlxola Grceley Smith
HAD never been to n ball gamo before The statement Includes all kinds
I IlIAD her ot the base basket or foot variety
Bo when Tho Evening World determined to find out exactly what the
I average woman who knows nothing about baseball sees In the game and why
she goes my equipment of Ignorance was pronounced tho moat perfect In the
ciUce and I was sent up to tho Polo Grounds
KUU au n n
to shout The girl next to me got up on a Beat and waved her handkerchief
and her escort called out Good boy Jhckl and hammered on the floor with
both feet and with his cane When the girl sat down I asked her what it Will
ail about Bho looked at mm scornfully amazedly and lhn ith ldlWhY
dont you se 0
I confessed that didnt eee BO after a brief consultation with iier escort
abe sold
The Brooklyn team is In That because theyre visitors Do you see that
man over there
The man over by that little white Bofa cushion I Interpolated to no
Yes she continued that the one WAli he was right down here by
the plate that white thing where the man at the bat Is standing and alter the
pitcher had thrown the ball a few times he was able to get over there IU
didnt toave to run you know aa they sometimes do but Just sauntered over
oa quietly aa you please ROger thats the pehtleman with mo says It was the
neatest sacrifice he ever saw
O course I looked enlightened but I couldnt see how he had sacrificed
anything And I dont believe she could either 8he showed she didnt under
stand it by the word she used How could a sacrifice be neAt
Somehow I couldnt gel over tho geometry Idea When anything happened It
nltroys seemed to mo as if the line AD was taking a walk or the line B C
Theres one of them out of the I
way for you If we aro oven obliged
to right tho other
Tho port was soon dlspatchsd and
with It went All the scruples of con
science i had at first felt for tho cruel
ruse we had just practised c3r ± eIY
was tho other bottle called for when
we heard the landlord culling oat In a
stentorian voice
TWO horses for Qoron brldgb to
m ct Counsellor IClnaheUa
Thats the other fellow said Casey
u It Is1 said I
Then wo must be atirrlng said he
Walter a chaise and pair In Ira mln
ute dyo hear Power my boy dont
want you stay herO and study your
IbnDf Jta little trouble Counsellor KIn
Bhella will give you In the morning
I must not make my morylonger
The next morning the great record of
Mon ghan vs McShane was called on
and as the senior counsel were not
present the attorney wished a postpone
ment I however was firm told the
court I was quite prepared and with
such an air of assurance that I actually
puZzled the attorney The case was ac
cordingly opened by me In a very but
llnht speech and witnesses called but
such was my unlucky Ignorance of tne
whole matter that I actually brake
down the tcstlmpny of our own and
fought like a Trojan for the credit and
character of the perjurers against Us I
The judge rubbed his eyes the jury
looked amazed and the whole Oar
laughed outright However on I went
blundering floundering and foundering
at every step and at ISO amid the
greatest and most uproarious mirth of
the whole court heard the jury deliver
a Verdict ngalnst us just as old Kin
sheila rushed Into the court covered
with mud and spattered with clay lie
had been ftnl for twenty miles to make
a Will for Mr Daly of IMIya Mount
who was supposed to toe at the point of
death but Who on his arrival threat
ened to shoot him tor causing an alarm
to his family by bucli nn Imputation
The rest Is soon told lliey inoe <
for Anew trial niul I moved out or the
profession I cut the bar far It cut
mo I joined the gallant fourteenth as
a volunteer and herd I ntn without ft
single rccrot I must confess that I
illtlnt succeed In the great record or
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was doubting up on Itself And the fact that It WM abiolutnly Impossible for
me to determine what It was oil about made it mor like geometry than ever
For a lone time I couldnt make up my mind whather the man nt the bat
wanted to hit tho ball or not Sometimes he hit It and ran to the first sofa
cushion and sometimes woul1 miss It three or four times nnd so nnyry k
It itcemed to Ire that woo much the vaster wait to do for when that happened
lie just sauntered over to it as If ho Were walking down Fifth avenue and hd
stopped to look In a photographers window whereas when he hit It he hafl to
i un I found out after JL while that the pleura took turn at tha bat and that
there ncro two turns In each cent I thought at drat that what counted was
the number of men you hit with the ball but when I lietrrd the crowd hiss
every time a man In tho white uniform was hit With Itl mado up my mind that
that counted for Drookljn Out I never know when they had been hit and I
dont Lclleve the players knew cither Every time the New York irnn was ma
iling und got near the cushion nnd the Urookljn man caught tlift ball nnd wu
going to hit him with It he would give a flying leap and land on It with hU
hindj niul then tho umpire the man In the unbecoming dark blUo clothes who
drew baseballs out of his blouto just like a pelican would shake his head and
I tho crowd would hiss and souam and some of them would shout Shamel
I aiiatne nnd others Stay there Hocer Stay Husre
I Cut Jiosui would never stay there He rcfllly seemed to be afraid of the
umplx though I nm sure ho h13 no reason to be fnr lio was a great big fellow
ami the umpire rather sm Hl
The emit difficulty about bMrtall It sewn to tao Is that you nfever know
when things are happening ami when they are not
Once during the Afternoon the pitcher betran to throw the boll at the catcher
I and they caught It b 1ulull
so beautifully
eUry lime
that I became ruilly Interested and J4
saUt to my neighbor Wasnt that fine 1
However when I got insIde the granil Bho turned around They ore not
stand and tho boyS began to shout pea playing at all now he lIaldXhey
nuts and sandnlchea I felt more at are Just doing that for practise Tha
home There were crowds of people all cecond halt of this Inning will begin In j
about and as I ctuno in I had noticed a minute ant at the end ot it > oumua
little groups of toothrifty or thriftless stand up j
I persons getting a free vlow from the In the nest feW minutes a how ltaau
I overhanging bluffs fio 1 made up my j J a vry tall one with a flno titfme CfcnH I
I mind that It was going to be like the on the field And began to pitch
circus Oil theres JlcGlnnltyl Isnt h love
Not a firstclass circus however for ly the girl gurgled deUaQrtedl Ito iic
it had only ono ring and that was not escort I
a delightful circular place covered with For the first time the escort did not J
eandost but just lines of dirt outlin rejon4 Ha neither shouted nor i
ing the sodded places It looked for all pounded the floor with his caneU
the world like n geometrical figure that teemed not to ItKo It
some ercat giant had cut In the grass Isnt he the sweetest thing said tJIe
and after a while when the players Ctrl turning to roe t
bad como on the ground and some I cold he was Then 1M told me that
white figures sprang out on a great they called him the Iron nn And I
block space to the south that somebody 1 added I think that Is a divine name
said was tIe score It really seemed as ot to have dont youf And when t hn4
It the proposition had come to life nnd 4i7 5 said yea we were Very good ftleudf
was proving itself to tho best ot Its For we had discovered the best bat
Ability of friendship a common ivcaknea
The first thing I thbught was that MCOlnntty
I liked the Now York players the best After MoQInnlty came on the pm
because their white uniforms are so was interesting to both of us Out
much prettier than tho bluegray of I there wan one dreadful moment wit5m I
the Brooklyn team and make a much thought ono of those accidents that bora
more effective contrast with the green times mar a days sport and mike one 4
aDd the black and white crowds and remember It only for its brutality iid
happened For MoQlnnlty raised chla
the dull gray sheets reefed like so many N No 1
sails above the hlga fences c I Io Ja hand stood on one toe for a moment
I did not know that the guano had be Illustrated by the Author executing the sort of muscle dance that
n 0lI All 1oft rrtind beenn pitchers stem to affect and then thrt
r o 1 Di WHY POWER BECA2IL
Jtories from Famous uOOsAN IRISH DRAGOON
Cbarlas VUlUtj U to inlay readers ot
fiction Uia craatatt tnaibry ot Iramor and tia
bat work at Ckirl a Loft fcoaa Irish storieS
hara not loot popularity Th following uteri
la from Charlaa CfMillaj aid U told ttr a
cipkaln m draioau to til ktro and kit friends
la Cork wtira OMallar Is mparlnf to oolr
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CAFT POWERS STOUT
My brother Tom a thickskulled
ttiIngih adeia dog that had no taste
tor anything lave his dinner took It
Into his wise head one morning that he
Would go Into the htiriy and although
I had been originally destined for a
soldier ho sooner was hU choice made
than all regard for my taste and In
cllnatlona was forgotten and aa tho
family Interest was only enough for I
one It was lcladthdt I should bi put
in what Is called a learned profession
and let push my fortune Bo I studied
lawTwo
Two year passed over and then I
walked the hall with a bag tilled with
newspapers to look like briefs and was
regularly called by two or three Criers
from one court to the other It never
took even when I uaed to aoduca a
country friend to visit the courts and
get him Into an animated conversation
In a corner between two pillars devil n
one would bellftve him to be a client
and I was fairly nonplused
But one morning the inn waiter en
tered my roomv
Counselor1 aya he handel
I S What do you meant said I jump
Ing out of bed what la It you villain
A brief
A brief Jib I sit but tts for Coun
seller KA > BHe4ta below talrti That
waa the flret name written on It
Batershln Bald tie Mr McGrath
bid me give It to you carefully
By this time Iliad opened the en
velope and read my own name at full
length as Junior counsel the Important
case of Monaghah v t MoShane to be
tried In the Itecord Oourl at UalMnaaJoe
The door was scarcely closed when I
gave way to tho tree transport or my
ecstasy thrte It lay at last tho long
loohcdfor Idligwlahedfor object of all
my happlntns and though I well knew
that a Junior counsel has about as much
to do In the conducting of a case as a
rusty han plke baa In a naval engage
ment yet suffered nosuclll thoughts to
mar the current faf hY happlhees There
was mf name in conjunction with time hn
mighty leaders on the circuit and though
they eaoh pocketed e hundred I doubt
ery much If they received their briefs
with onehalf the satisfaction
For two whole days the thought
never left my mind and on the eOnlll
at the kecond daj I sat moodily over
my pint of port ill the Clortbrock Arms
with toy frlfpa Timothy cai ey cap
tnlu In ha Nbrtn Cofr inllllli fd my
coaipijiloiii i
F tlrtd iaia Tim take ofrt rlnf
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groan WeD wtll and It it doe what
matter ho Bold yiull do well enough
never be afraid
4 Alas Said I yoiij dont undenstand
the cause of my depreulon Ill have
no chance to plead The two senior
counsels Mills and Tinselia do that
At last a door opened quite near us
and wo saw the waiter assisting a very
portlylooking gentleman oft with tils
greatcoat assuring him the while that
If he would only walk Into the coffee
room for ten minutes the fire in his
apartment should be got ready
a I say Phil who bhe inquired
Casey of the waiter
0 Counsellor Hills Captain said the
waiter and left the room
iThata your friend said Casey
t I I see said I and I wish with all
my heart he was at home with his
pretty wife in LeMon street
I la she goodlooking Inquired Tim
M Devil a better said I and hea as
Jealous as Old Nick
Hem said Tim mind your cue
and Ill give him a start Here he sud
denly changed his whispering tone for
one In a louder key and resumed I
eay Power It will make Borne work for
you lawyers But who can aha be
Thats Jho question Here he took a
mUM crumpled letter from his pocket
and pretended to read A great sensa
tion was created In the neighborhood
ilcrrlon Square yeaterday by the sud
den dlsapeatance from her house ot the
handsome Mrs Confound It
wh ts the name what a band he
writes Hill or Miles or something like
thalthe lady of an eminent barrister
now on circuit The gay Lothario li
they say the Hon George
I Fury paid the Kings counsel
rushing oVer what la It youre Baying1
0 You appear warm old gentleman
said Casey putting up the letter and
rlslnlr from the table
I Show me that letter show me that
Infernal letter sir this Instant
hoW you my letter said Casey
cool fiat anyhow you are certainly
a good one
Then you refuse sir to explain
the paragraph I have just heard you
i lead
II Well done old gentleman
ni so you
have been intoning to a private con
venation I held with my friEnd libra
In that case we had better retire to
out rooni so saying lie ordered a waiter
to send a fresh bottle unit glares to
No n niul taking my arm fry
politely winhed Mr Mills a goodiUht
and left the coffee room
lleforo re had reached the ton of
the stairs the house wall once more In
commotion llio new arrival had or
dered out fresh horI and was hutry
Ing every one In life llnimtinco to git
away In ten mlnutra the oulia rolls cJ
off from the door and Casey putting
hU haad outo lime Indo wlnhej ilni
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the ball
Oh exclaimed the flan behind me UcOtnnlty lost his eye1
I shut mine For a moment I dared not look Then t opened them Mo
Glnnlty was standing with both eyes oprn waiting for another ball
Why I exclaimed with a longdrawn sigh of relief therea nothing the
matter with him
Xo replied his champion my neighbor aa though resenting ch lutte
norm enthusiasm I ahould say there Wasnt Heh all right
I have been wondering evIr since what Jhe man meant t
I Then tome Ibetm8wlien TeVeryfiody thought Brooklyn was going towtnt
was In the nlnlli act and the counUng stood Brooklyn 5 Now York 3 In the
first portion there were no run and nobody believed that In the little tithe that
remained New York could even up the tabs i j
But they did it I dont know how they did But I had become Co expert
jt the game that I actually knew when It happened and when the crowd began
to shout I jumped up ut the right place
I thought this was a very great deal to learn at my first game and 03 It1
girl next me had become very friendly I asked her If she didnt think so
I should think I doI aha exclaimed heartily and then aba added encour
nglngly Really and truly I dont know much more than that inyaelf 4
They played two more sections and then the game was called at anent
Which moms that ivhnttver was to be demonstrated remained to beQE D e
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