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holding the ball and then gal
loped home when Paddock let go
of Simmons' low throw.
Red Sox defeated Cleveland in
11th inning. Wtih 2 men on
base, Blanding purposely passed
Hooper. Then Yerkes walloped
2 runs in.
Athletics grabbed game from
St. Louis in 8th- when Allison
weakened and handed World's
Champs 4 runs, i
That ancient tale of baseball
players' union has again been re
vived. The story comes by way
of New York. As usual, Davy
Fultz, one-time star infielder, but
now an attorney, ist named as the
White Sox have signed South
paw Ben Hunt of Tacoma North
western League team. Hunt has
had trials with the Boston Red
Sox and the Philadelphia Nation
als. He did not show much, but
was bothered by sickness.
Frank Navin, owner of the Tig
ers, has new idea. Is going to
start baseball college Charlie
Carr, mgr. of Kansas City, will be
the professor who will teach the
untutored mind to shoot the ball
across the diamond.
Willie Mitchell, who was re
cently traded by Naps to Toledo
for Hal Krause, has rejoined the
Cleevland team, to take place of
Krause, who fell down flat when
re-introduced to major league society.
Who wouldn't be a judge? He
gets a whole summer's vacation
no matter how much Work there
is on hand.
Sweet Cucumber Pickles Lay
small cucumbers in brine three
days, then drain and lay in fresh
water a day. Line a kettle with
grape leaves and arrange the cu
cumbers in it in layers, scattering
a pinch of alum over each layer. ,
Cover with cold water and three
layers of leaves. Fit a lid on the
kettle and steam the pickles '
(without letting them boil) over
a slow fire six hours. Drain the
cucumbers, throw into cold water
and when they are firm pack in
jars. Fill the jars with boiling
vinegar seasoned with a cupful
ofjmgar to each quart, eight1"
whole cloves; eight black peppers,
six allspice and six blades of
mace. .Seal at once. They will
be fit for use in three months.
Pickled Cucumber. Choose
small cucumbers. Lay 150 in
cold water for an hour. Remove!
and drain Then turn into a per-i
fectly clean stone crock and pour,
over them cold brine, so strong
that an egg will float on it. Leave i
pickles in this three days, then.
drainvand dry on clean towel.! -Wash
the stone crock and return
the cucumbers to it. Cover with
pure water until next day. Then
drain and fill jar with hot Vine
gar in which you have boiled two
minced onions, 20 cloves, an
ounce each, of mustard and celery
seed and a few blades of mace.
Add a cupful of sugar, stirring the
cucumbers up from the bottom.
Cover tightly. In a week scald
the vinegar again and return to
the jar. Let the pickles stand six
weeks before using.