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Here-re the hands and the bat that made the last world series
famous. These are Rank Baker's hands, and his home runs in the
games against theKSants made-him the hero of the big series.
OH, YES, TEDDY, HE'LL
New York, April 8. Scrag Mc
Quorig, one of the leading re
"publicans of Schoharie, drifted
into republican state headquar
ters yesterday with the following
"I had a dream about Roose
velt the other night," he said. "I
dreamed he died and went to
heaven. After St. Peter had
shown him about and asked him
what he thought of everything,
Mr. Roosevelt said :
" 'I like everything but your
choir. Ought to imprqve that.'
" 'Well, what would you sug
gest?' asked St. Peter.
" 'Well, first send off for 10,
" 'That'll be pretty hard said"
St. Peter, 'but if you say so 1
" 'Then get 5,000 aftos.'
"Then 10,000 barytones.' ',