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Connolly that just as "soon as I.
..was sausnea i naa-gpne Diina, i
intencfed to start umpiring"
.. "You had "better send in your
application today," replied Tom
my. cr ,
"The second time after'Topimy
had called two strikes " on me,, I
s popped up a fouKfly to the catch
er. .The crowd yelled murder.
Turning to Tommy,, remarked:
' ,,'It is-strange why Mr. Johnson
persists in running ah old man's
Ijome for umpires.'
"'I was. thinking the same
thing about ComiskeyVpolicy to
' wards certain players,' answered
f "On my final appearance. I
gtfuck ouk.much o the delight of
the Sox fans, and, to my disgust.
Two strikes were called and both
were goad ones. 'You must have
gottenm4atelast riight,' I said to
Tommy as-1 walked1 to waTd( the
!benchj. v n
- "A'trifle earlier than you from
the way you are Hitting said
"Connolly, nice and quietly. 'Also
tstl Mr Duffy when you get to the
qench. that 1 have decided- to
strengthen his team by sending
his left fielder to the club hpuse.'
jr "That was a tough day for me'
said Pat, with a smile. "I lost
'every argument I .started. The
only, consolation was an Irishman
.got every decision."
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. Besides being a warbler, Enrico Caruso thinks he is an artist
with' pen and ink. This is his own conception of himself and his
"nose after he bumped his nose against -some stagescenery.