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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 02, 1912, Image 18

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dauter conies down and finds
them all
well, she finds out that her pa
has give his pants to the french
man and her bathrobe to the
flower girl and the cabby has
stole all the brandy out of the
cupboard and drunk It up, and she
is hoppin mad
well, i cant tell the hole storey,
but by the 3d ackt the hole 3 of
them are livin off the artist, and
they are a worse lot of no'goods
than the were when the show
started
so the1 dauter makes her father
take a new house and promise not
to tell noboddy where it is
but just as the movin wagon
men are cartin away the last load,
all 3, of them scallywags blows in
the frenchman is just out of the
hospittle, and the girl is just out
of the river, witch she jumped in
to, and the cabby has been setting
down in the street and waiting for
a truck to run xver him
so the artist he consoles them
and gives them his card with his
new address and tells them all to
come and see him and he will help
them
he order of pigeons is a large
one, if yotrbelong to it you would
injoy this drammer all rite
x johnny
PHILLIES LOOK LIKE CHAMPIONS
ByG. RPulford.
Will the world's championship
be staged in Philadelphia next
fall? It looks like the Athletics
and Phillies.
It seems like "rough stuff" to
pick a winner before the flag
drops, but the Phillies look like
champions "barring accidents
such as beat them out of the flag
last fall.
One stumbling block in the
Phils' path is Horace Fogel, pres
ident. If Horace gives Dooin a
free hand the hustling catcher
manager ought to be out in front
about Oct. 1.
The team has everything that
makes a winner. It has three of
the best pitchers in Alexander,
Moore and Chalmers. Cliff Cur
tiss is better than the average,
with good support. Manager
'Dooiri has splendid young pitch
ers, who look ripe. Chief of these
are Kutz from Wilkesbarre and
Masters from Mansfield, O. He
also has "Toots" Schultz and Ad
Brenrant, last year with Buffalo,
Hall Oldham, Seaon, Hunt and
Rasmussen.
Philadelphia got Kutz from
Wilkesbarre, because it had the
pick of the team. Clymer tried to
"cover, up" the youngster, but
failed and has since said Kutz
looked better last fall than Alex
ander did a year ago. He ought
to be a strong second string man
at least. Masters played but seven
weeks at Mansfield, but Dooin
was enthusiastic about him at
Hot Springs and the players are
sweet on him.
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