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Jill Douglas from Des Moines of
I, Western League. The Hurler's
specialty is pitching double-headers.
Boston Red Sox have pur
chased Watkins, a pitcher from
Youngstown of the O. and P.
League. McAleer needs heavers
With the possible exception of
Boss Callahan, all members of
the White Sox: team will join the
union of ball players if the organi
zation becomes anything more
substantial than dog day gossip.
- The old squire was taking a
morning walk when he" came up
on one of his retainers leaning
against the village pump.
"Hello, John!" he cried. "And
how are you this morning?"
"very well, sir, thankee," re
plied Honest John.
For some time the pair contin
ued to chat,and presently the con
versation veered around to par
tridges. "John," said the squire, "how
do you tell an old partridge from
a young one?"
"By the teeth, sir," same the re
The squire looked '"stern. He
felt that the old man was pulling
"Nonsense!" he cried. "You
ought tor know better. Birds do
not have teeth."
"No, sir," responded John, "but
I have, you see." Answers.
. o o
The moon affects the untied as
avell as the tide.
WHY HE DREAMED.
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