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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 30, 1912, Image 13

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SPORTING ITEMS
President Murphy left last
night for the East, presumably on
business connected with the, deal
expected to send Tinker to Cin-'
cinnati.
Tinker declared yesterday that
he no longer wanted to play on
the Cubs.
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
baseball.
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
club.
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
fourth round.
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-
ment.
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
scrapper.
' ' o o
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."
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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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