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igmnds at New York last night.
With the-football season open
ing in earnest, and the Vanderbilt
races inMlwajukee scheduled for
ijext wjeekj a brpad smile is on the
faces of the undertakers.
. Today is the first day of official
practice in the Conference col
'leges. Stagg, at the University
cj Chicago, started irishmen with
afair quotaf Veterans on hand.
3$orgren is expected next week.
THEIR FOLKS FIXED IT
ir r vZakaseweaPj.
Grand Duchess Olga, Oldest
Daughter of the Czar, 17 Years.
.j The engagement of these two
rpyal kids has just been an
nounced. They didn't have any
thing to do with it Itwas all set
tied, for the.ni, "
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Grand Duke Dirnitri Ravlovitch,
Cousin of the Czar, 21 Years, Old.
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BROWN BETTY .
Peel, core and cjiop finely, sis
or more cooking' apples, and rput
a layer of them, -at the bottorh of
a well-buffered pudding dish.
Sprinkle them with sugar, cinna
mon, and little bits of butter,
cover with bread crumbs, put an
other Mayer of apples and so on
uritit the dish is. full, bread crumbs
forming the last layer. Pourjn a
teacupfuf of water, put little bits
of butfer on the top," ana bake the
pudding slowly, unfiTthe apples
have f alien, ancLthe. crumbs on the
top are nicely browned.
. "Jones ran, hisauto into a build
ing yesterday' "I knew that
idiot couldn't drive. "Was it a,
Store?" "No, an-auto garage'1
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