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teen straight by winning .first
game from Detroit.
Tust to show that it wasn't all
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jonnson, asnioit came uav-R. ctui
trimmed Tigers in the after poj'
tion of the bill. , "'
Johnson gave seven hits and
whiffed eight in his section.
Ty Cobb was helpless before
Johnson, but he plugged ahomtr
and two singles off CaShion.
Base stealers held a field day.
Tigers swiped nine sacksand Na
Chicago printers beat Indian
apolis at Boston yesterday in the
international tournament and
qualified ' f6r the Herrmann
trophy with 'Boston today.
Eddie- Pierce, former member
of old Logan ScfuareSj pitched the
last four fnnings against" Jhe- In
dians and'fanned six of them.
Washington lias -bought" First
Baseman Joe Agler from Atlanta.
Agler was former property of the
Cubs. Qlarke Griffith seems to
think that buying first sackers
formerly belonging to Chicago
clubs is a good investment.
Gallia, a pitcher from Kansas
City, has been traded to Wash
ington for Pitcher Jim Vaughn
and Outfielder Charles Walker.
Jack Johnson has "retired"
again. This is probably another
of the dreams that are too pleas
ant to be true.
The Power Bros. Colts would
like to arrange games with any
12 to 14-year-old teams. Uni
formed teams preferred. 'Phone
Chester McKay, Seeley 389.
NOT A CHANCE..
During the closing days of this
Congress; 3. comparatively un
Jcnqwn member of the U. S. sen-ate-named
Carroll S. Page rose in
his"place and suggested that the
Seriate consider his bill providing
for ""Vocational Education."
Page, who comes from Vermont,
was promptly squelched.. Lodge
withered! Him. Gallinger rebuked
him sternly, Smoot was pained.
Heybujn glowered at him. Bacon
hirhim "with a piece of the consti
tution. 'Penrose emerged' from
the cloak-room arid loomed down
It was awful. Herd was the
Senate witfh the Omnibus Claims
bill pending, yvith Pfesident Mel
lon of the Morgan railroads talk
ing to Brandegee on the long-distance
phone about; the need for
"killing the Panama Canal bill;
herewere private and special bills
of all sorts crowding into the clos
ing hours of the Senate, and this
Carroll S. Page of Vermont gets
up and suggests that the Senate
consider something in the inter
est of the people as a whole?
There was an expression of
amazement on the faces of the
marble busts of the vice presidents.
Fogg had said the meanest
things any man was ever capable
of saying. When Mrs. F. left him
alone in the house the other even
ing she remarked : "You Won't be
lonely, dear?" "No" he replied,
"I shan't miss you at all. The
parrot, you know, is here."
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