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game for ten days with an injured
Nick Altrock, comedian-pitcher,
formerly with the White Sox,
has been unconditionally released
by Kansas City.
Comiskey has purchased John
son and Gossett, star battery of
St. Joseph in the Western League.
They will be delivered in the fall.
Muscatine of the Central Asso
ciation has signed seven ex-U. S.
Leaguers in an effort to strength
en the team. Must be almighty
After flatly declaring there
would be no Wolgast-Rivers
match Labor Day, Tom McCarey,
coast promoter, today says ar
rangements have been practically
completed for the matcli. The
only thing missing is Wolgast's
signature to the agreement.
Hughie Fullerton, batting in
"The Wake of the News1 says
his batting average is improving.
A small bet that Hughie is also
being purposely passed quite of
Jack Britton, Chicago light
weight, outpointed Harry Stone
of New York in the so-called me
tropolis last night. The gong
savd Stone in the seventh round.
New York Ameriacns are still
buying players. Shortstop John
son of the Dubuque Three-Eye
team is the latest addition.
Luther McCarty, one of the
still surviving "white hopes," was
almost drowned yesterday while
swimming at Wildwood, N. J. He
ismatched with AlPalzer. Swim
ming is part of Luther's daily
exercise, probably to enable him
to "take water" easily when'fie
meets the Iowa scrapper.
Are you interested in the golf
tournament in Denver? You may
be filled with enthusiasm to learn
than Warren K. Wood of the
Homewood Club, Chicago, float
ed home ahead of the field.
HALF FROZEN MELON,
Break the ripe pulp of the
melon into fine bits with a silver
fork and place it in freezer with
out dasher. Let stand two hours
packed in salt and ice and serve in
sherbet glasses or the half, shell of
the melon, chilled and garnished
at base with vines.
Mash the berries and, when re
duced to a pulp, add enough vine
gar to cover them. Set close by
the stove for twelve hours, stir
ring often. Strain and press; add
as many raspberries (mashed) to
the vinegar as before; cover and
leave in the kitchen or in the hot
sun for six hours.
Now strain and measure the
juice ; add half as much water as
you have juice, and stir into this
five pounds of granulated sugar
for every three pints of liquid.
Bring slowly to a boil, let it boil
up once and strain. Bottle, cork
A charming idea in handbags is
the long, narrow satchel made to
match the costume with which it
is worm A orettv fashion shows
the parasol and handbag made in
the same blue and green change