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man featured the game with his
pitching. Colts want games with
15-year-old teams. Address Jacob
Hadesman, 1106 S. Morgan st.
Andy Morris of Boston went to
sleep in the second round of his
"bout with Gunboat Smith of Cali
fornia. Eight white men, two negroes
and an Indian are the latest
claimants 'to Johnson's vacated
title. Everybody's doin' it.
Cleveland aded Pitcher Walker
of Nashville to its staff yesterday.
Naps sign or release some one
Minneapolis, in first place, and
Toledo, in third, are but 12 points
apart in the American Associa
tion race. ColumbuS is second,
evenly dividing the 12 points.
Al Demaree, forrrier Yankee,
now with Mobile of Southern
League", has been signed by the
' ' SALAD DRESSING.
Cream Dressing. Beat three
eggs, yolks and whites together,
until they are very light. Add one
teaspoon of salt, a pinch of red
pepper, half a saltspoon of mus
tard mixed with a little water,
and, lastly, three or four table
spoons of rich, sweet cream.
Sour Cream Dressing. Have a
cup of rich sour cream very cojd.
Beat hard for five minutes, add
ing, as you do so, a tablespoon of
powdered sugar and a half tea
spoon of lemon juice. This dress
ing is nice with chilled cucumbers
Waltham Dressing. Mix two
teaspoons each of salt and sugar,
one teaspoon of mustard and one
eighth teaspoon of pepper. When
thoroughly blended, ad one egg,
slightly beaten, one-fourth cup of
vinegar and one cup of sour
cream. Cook in a double boiler,
stirring constantly until mixture
Talk about women being afraid
Sheriff W. S. Smith of Colum
bus, Ind., was reading a news
paper in his office.
A mouse came along and start
ed up inside Smith's trouser leg.
The bold sheri ffbeat all records
in high jumping and loud yelling.
From several blocks people came
running in time to see Smith on
the ground clutching'his leg.
The mouse was penned up all
right, but the sheriff didn't know
what to do with his prisoner. He
was afraid to let it go.
A friend batted the mouse with"
a club, but that hurt Smith more
than the mouse. Another sug
gested pouring oil on the mouse
and setting it afire, but Smith car
ries no fire insurance. Another
was for holding Smith under the
water until the mouse was 3r.pwnr
ed; still another offered to do a
William Tell stunt and shoot the
Finally Mrs. Smith arrived on
"Let go, you big ninny!" she
chirped to her sheriff-husband.
He let go. The mouse dropped
to the ground and committed sui
cide by runnning into a dog's
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