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not right arid his muscles refused
to obey -him.
"I want to finish 25 years as a
major league player, even if I
don't get paid for it, and I'm go
ing back to the farm and get into
shape' said the man who has
pitched ball for 23 years.
Cy said he would report to
Kfing as soon as his muscles were
back in shape. When the Boston
players heard that Cy was going
back to the .farm, Hub Perdue
Started a subscription to .defray
Cy's expenses and '$44.39 was
raised. Cy smiled and spent a
good hour hunting up the young
er players and returning their
He is worth about $75,000 and
owns 160 acres of land in Ohio.
Some of the youngsters didn't
realize that' the subscription was
a joke. .
WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO TODAY
The body of John Buchanon,
driver of auto that swept through
open bridge draw and into Calu
met river Monday morning, was
found floating in lake north of
Calumet today. The fourth body
Fire attacked building of Good
man & Stevens Co., 2917 Went
jworth ave., earlyHoday. Caused
panic among employes of John A,
Dunn & Co., adjoining, it
Delegations of citizens residing
in vicinity of Jackson blvd. and
Center ave. visited v mayor and
protested against proposed-open-ing
of garage, 1378 W. Jackson
Damaging evidence against
Mrs. Jane M. Quinn was given by
Mr. and Mrs. Carey, roomers at
Quinn home, called as witnesses
for state. Mrs. Quinn to take
Two-story grocery and dwell
ing, 10728 So. Michigan ave.,
practically destroyed by fire. C.
Gallows, grocer,-and wife and 3
rhildren, carried out nearly suf
ficated, Mrs! Agnes. Jana,.3522 W Chi
cago ave., had husband arrested
because he wouldn't talk to her.
Judge Goodnow after listening
awhile, decided ''hubby" didn't
-Commodore James A. ,Pugh
and Richard Henry Little ad
dressed .Irish Fellowship club to
day. Body of newly born boy found
in W. 30th, near So. Halsted St.,
by Fred Poelke, 3045 Lowe ave.
Committee on Finance recom
mended 15 days vacation for all
Jack Johnson and party occu
pied three compartments of Santa ,
Fe special bound for Las Vegas
which left today. 200 negroes
Henry Lurie, saloonkeeper,
2558 W. Division st.', who was
shot by one of three youthful"
bandits, threatened with lockjaw
as result of bullet wound in
Attempt to remove 6 school
principals through, age-limit is'
being bitterly opposed.
Judge Sheridan E. Fry present
ed witfr cut glass water service
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