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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 05, 1912, Image 15

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Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83045487/1912-08-05/ed-1/seq-15/

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AMERICAN VICTOR CROWNED BY.KING -
Ralph C. Craig of "Detroit, Winner .of. the 10Q and 200-meter
Olympic races at Stockholm,-receiving crown of oak leaves from
hands of Gustave V, King of 'Sweden.. "
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WANTED THE PUP,
"You have -alienated' my wife's
affections," said the visitor, and
there was a glint in his eye.
"And," said the manaddressed,
Avith a covert sneer, "ytni;propose
to seek financial salve?"
"Salve nothing,"" replied the
visitor. "I came merely to. 'o"ffe,r
sympathy, and to remark that if
my home is broken "ujj the bull
pup is my personalTpropertyand
don't you forget iV - -
HE WAS THERE.
Father (seeing his little boy
gazing thoughtfully at the big
rain-water harrel) Johnny, what
are you thinking'a'bout ?
Johnny -I was wondering if
Tommy fell in there if he'd be
drowned ,' ,
Father Certainly, my dear
boy; but -vvtiy'ask such a ques
tion? '".
Johnny Because Tommy's
there noSv.
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