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a man who is really a man, love
you and ask you to marry him,
begin now to practice the habitof
self respect. In retaining your
own self respect you will main
tain the respect of others. The
only lovet hat is worth while and
lasting rests on a foundation of
'If a couple wants to secure a
marriage license do both or one
of them have to go down after it,
or could a third party get it? (2)
If the parents consent to a mar
riage when the couple is not of
age, how shall they let the license
clerk know they gave consent?
A. (1) One of the two can get
the license. As a rule the man
gets it. But of course this is leap
year. (2) The license clerk must
be assured to his own satisfaction
that the parent has given consent.
This may be done by a note from
the parent, or a certified staement
made before a notary.
FEW BALL PLAYERS QUIT THE GAME AT THE HEIGHT
OF THEIR CAREERS'
By Billy Evans.
Few ball players retire at the
height of their careers. Fielder
Jones and Bill Lange are among
Jimmy Callahan, White Sox
manager, left baseball when he
was regarded as a star. After
several years in semi-pro ball
around Chicago, he returned to
,the Sox last season and was the
prize "come-back" of the year.
Callahan was asked recently
when he expected to retire for
"Not till the. boys in the left
field bleachers tell me I ought to
pick, a warm spot on the bench
and stay there," was his 'reply.
Baseball probably never saw a
greater all-around star than Fred
Clarke. Pittsburgh has had a
good team for years and Clarke
has always played an important
part in the making. Last year,
Clarke slumped for a sho'rt time
and he was the target of much
abuse. Clarke cannot go on for
ever and he will show wisdom if
he decides to manage from the
bench this season.
Ty Cobb's career has been a
round of hero worship. He dreads
criticism. "I'm going to quit," he
said recently, "while the public
looks upon me as among the best.
Cy Young, on the other hand,
says he will stick as long as the
fans will stand for him. "I'll stay
in the big league until I get
transportation to the bushes;
then I'll quit "baseball," says Cy.
Little old New York isn't so
terribly up-to-date after all, for
she suddenly discovers that, al
though she does three-fourths of
the port business of the nation,
her methods of loading and un
loading ships hasn't changed
much since early Dutch times.
A New Jersey girl saved a man
from drowning by the use of her
fur neck piece. That looks 'sus
picous in Leap Year.