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scored five times. Curtis held the
Rhinemen hitless the rest of the
Suggs was invincible, holding
Brooklyn to five hits.
Six double plays were made in
the two games.
Mrs. Helen Hathaway Britton,
owner of the' St. Louis Cardinals,
says she blocked the deal which
would have sent Huggins and
Ellis to Cincinnati for McDonald
and Mike Mitchell.
Whereupon Roger Bresnahan is
peevish and says he will -have no
.more to do with strengthening
the team and will take charge of
it only when on the field. Friction
between owner and manager was
what made the Boston Natfonals
a fizzle this year.
Artie Hofman and King Cole,
traded to Pittsburgh by the Cubs
for Leach arid Leifield, have been
reinstated by Fred Clarke, but
will not be played until they are
in fit physical condition.
Babe Borton, the first baseman
who made the spring trip with
the White Sox, will be recalled
from St. Joseph, Aug. 25.
Cy Young has been uncondi
tionally released by Boston Na
tionals. Goulait, young pitcher who
burned up the Central Associa
tion early this season, later going
to Indianapolis, has been bought
from the Association team by
President Murphy of the Cubs.
We are skeptical about the'
match that has been arranged be
tween Ad Wolgast and Packey
McFarland, to take place in New
tYork Sept 2Zs With two such
"temperamental fighters" most
anything is liable to block the
According to a report from
Washington, the management of
the White Sox has asked waivers
on Billy Sullivan, the veteran
catcher of the South Side team.
With four youngsters behind the
bat the Sox are overstocked on re
ceivers. But to let Billy Sullivan
go the Sox won't look like the
Sox without the old boy.
First Baseman McLarry and
Pitcher Taylor join the Sox in
Many a housewife has spoiled
the sleeves of a nice fresh waist
by letting water from the dishpan
run up her arms when she was
washing dishes. Or many a man
has wet his short cuffs, though
they are rolled up, while washing
There is a way out of the diffi
culty. Take a small piece of sheet
rubber arid cut a washer with a
hole slightly smaller than the
wrist Put this washer on the
arms when washing dishes or
washing the face and it will be
found to stop the flow of water,
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