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JBOSTON RED SOX, ALL SHOT TO PIECES BY TAYLOR,
JR., NOW LOOK GOOD WITH JAKE STAHL IN CHARGE
Me? w. V
By G. R. Pulf ord.
Hot Springs, Ark., March 27.
John L Taylor, jr., disorganized
the Boston Red Sox and Garland
(Jake) Stahl is chief 'of th re
construction gang that will put
the ex-world's champions "upon
their feet again. '
Taylor's father5 boughtthe club
for him. Under vhis direction it
was as uncertam'a quantity as the I
fourth dimension. John I. hit all
the high spots of baseball foolish
ness. In his short career as mogul
.he hired and fired as managers
Jimmy Collins, Jim McGuire,
Fred Lake and Patsy Donovan.
When Boston wis one of the
hest looking club's in the Ameri
can league, Taylor disposed of
Capt. Lord, the brilliant third
baseman, -because he imagined
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