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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 09, 1912, Image 19

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Al Palzer, the Iowa heavy
weight, dropped off In Chicago
yesterday and tentative arrange
ments Were made for a bout with
Johnson in New York Labor Day.
A. man was made to be true
rather than t6 be str&ng, t6 keep
a Soiil that temptation Could not
sway rather than a nerve that
danger c6iild n6t daurtt.
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MARQtJARD LOST TILL HE CUT LOOSE AND LET ER GO
Rube Marquard's Latest Photograph and His Mighty Left Arm.
Rube Marquard, a sensation
last year, and a miracle this, could
not add the twentieth straight
win to his list q pitching pelts.
He failed to fool the Cubs. The
Rube was beaten on his merits,
and beaten badly, but the defeat
cannot mar his marvelous record,
uneqUaled by any pitched of pres
ent or past in baseball. He stands
head and shoulders above other
"pitchers as far as records are con
cerned. I he vagaries of baseball
were never more clearly shown.

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