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Highlanders- for nine inning?,
blanked the Athletics for itine
periods and for five innings held
Boston runless 27 straight in
nings " and not a run scored,
This sort of pitching by John
son ought to keep Washington in
the first diyision all season. If
the rest of the corps can win" .500
per cent the lowly Senators will
remain above the dividing line
and hatfe a laugh at the expense
of their more chesty neighbors.
Johnson has won, 4 out of the
5 games he has pitched this sea
son, the opening contest against
the Athletics being his only de
feat. oo "
"TOUCHED" ON"L" TRAIN.
M. X. Degan, Sioux City, la.,
merchant was rpbbed of $160 by
pickpockets while riding on a
Metropolitan ejevated train test
evening, shortly after six o'clock.
Degan arrived in town yesterday
morning with his invalicfwife,
and was on his way to the Fran
ces Willard hospital, where she
was to undergo an operation.
When he alighted at Marshfield
statior he discovered the ,1'qss.
The detective bureau was notified.
- One of the 'penalties of being
president is that he. must watch
the Washington team play ball.
The weather bureau is living on
the reputation that was made in
Dn't get another fellow's goat
Jt may be all he has. " "
The rooster says, "I thought I
heard ( (
The gardener shout for joy ;
Put when he sees my work he'll be
A disappointed boy;."
Summer weather i
showers tonight or
Saturday for Chi
somewhat higher in
erate' to brisk easterly winds to
night, becoming southerly Satur-t
- .. o o -A
little boy who will take cas
tor oil for a pennyvhas a mighty;
poor idj& of the value of money