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President Murphy left last
night for the East, presumably on
business connected with the, deal
expected to send Tinker to Cin-'
Tinker declared yesterday that
he no longer wanted to play on
According to-present plans the
three-cornered switch that will
boost Tinker to a managership is
as follows: Tinker to Cincinnati
for Mike Mitchell and Eddie
Grant; Grant and a- Cub pitcher
to Philadelphia for Mike Doolan.
In this way the Cubs will 'pick
up a good outfielder and one of
the best fielding shortstops in
According to a telegram from'
Los Angeles, Frank Chance ar-'
rived home yesterday. He de
clared he would be willing to
manage a coast league team if he
could secure an interest m the
Al Palzer, the Iowa heavy
Weight, is billed to meet Sandy
Ferguson in New York Nov. 24.
RayBronson secured a decision
over Clarence English atvSt.
Louis last night. Bfonson showed
fheeffect of his long rest and was
a bad judge of distance.
JohnnyKilbane, feather champ,
fought a slashing battle against
Tommy Dugan last night, put
ting him out for the count in
Tony Caponi was so much bet
ter 'than Ray Marshall at St.
Joseph, Mo., that -the bout was
stopped m the fourth round to
save .Marshall further punish-
Eddie Fleming, West Side bat
tler, has departed for Iowa,
where he expects to puck up a few
fights. Fleming's prospects have
suffered from lack of manage
ment. He is a good two-handed
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AT A MUDDY CROSSING
"There goes Miss Sanskrit.
They say she's a college graduate
and quite a bluestockings"
"Well, she may be a college
graduate all right, but she's wear
jng green ons tqday."
r Baked Cranberry Pudding
Pour "boiling water on a pint of
bread5 crumbs. Melt a tablespoon
of 'butter and stir in. When the
bread is softened add 2 eggs and
beat thoroughly with the bread.
Then put in a pint of the stewed
fruit and1-sweeten to your taste.
Fresh fruit of many kinds may be
used instead of cranberries.
Slices of peaches put in layers are
delicious. Serve with a sauce.
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