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" 'Don't thinkyou have to swell
up because you're appointed an
umpire in the world's series,' said
, the player.
"Just after starting.as umpire
I naturally had the troubles of a
beginner. I called a strike 6n a
player with whom I played for
years. I thought it a perfect
strike, but was the third, and in a
pinch, so the player couldn't pass
0 the opportunity."
" 'So you are trying to show
7 your authority because you wear
a uniform. Don't forget street
f;car yconductors, policemen and
'Pullman porters wear blue suits.
, And they have the edge on you,
for they have brass buttons.' "
r. , Planked Whitefish. Clean and
split a three pound whitefish. Put
skin side down on an oak plank
one inch thick and a little wider
. and longer than the fish, sprinkle
.with salt and pepper and 'brush
over with melted butter. Bake
twenty-five minutes in a hot oven.
Remove fom oven, spread with
A butter and garnish with parsley
and lemon. The fish should be
served on the plank.
Potatoes Baked in Half Shell
Select six medium sized potatoes
.oven, cut slice from top of each,
and scoop out inside. Mash, add
two tahlespons butter, salt, pep
. per and three tablespoons hot
v milk; then add whites of two
eggs, well beaten. Refill skins
and bake in very hot oven, five to
eight minutes. Grated cheese may
2 be sprinkled over potatoes before
putting back in oven.
FOR 13 YEARS-AT SCHOOL
NOT ABSENT OR LATE
Portsmouth, N. H., Nov. 23.
Miss Rita Howard, has attended
school 13 years without missing a
single session. She began school,
when 3. She has .never heen late
to school and has received J.3 spe
cial prize books.
Knew they'd get to the place
where even the air would have to
be equally divided-' New electric
fan is intensely democratic.
Gives everybody at the table a
chance at the breeze.
Lots Jof people who have coats
of armsjhave no arms to their
coats. c 4 " s 1 -
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