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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 19, 1912, Image 19

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the air, and went through the
game as though he hadn't jusC
btbwn in from some side-station
burer down south. Today will
prove whether or not he is a
morning glory. irr
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sj y . .
humiliating tKe great Ed Walsh
before a record crowd. Baum
gardner at the time appeared to
have all the requisites of a good
pitcher. He was steady in the
pinches, had the Sox popping in
i 6-
.1.1.1. H. .! Jr d! iv ilc i Jr All
K,
A. J. Stanley, who won the gold and silver belt presented by,
Richard K. Fox for the all 'round cowboy championship in "Thefi
Rodeo" held at Los Angeles recency. $10,000 was given in prizes
to the various riders, but Stanley made the largest individual win-
ning, amounting to $1000.
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Mr. Henpeck: Is your beef ten
der today?
Butcher: Yes, sir; its lender a-.
sa woman's heart.
I Henpeck: Theh I'll take some
sausage. - rtinfr all out of patients.
First Doctor r I hear your prac-
tice is becoming very small. vi
Second Doctor: Yes, I am get-ft
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