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BITS OF SPORT
Jim Corbett says Al Palzer is
the best of the white hopes.
Jack Twin Sullivan is back in
the ring aain. .
Harry Lordfj White Sox cap
tain, jumped into the limelight.
Raced 8 miles in an auto at Port
land, Me., and saved Iris famous
fox hound," jKezar Spot, from
bleeding to death from bullet
wound. The dog is 'valued at
$200. Still in critical condition.
Jim Griffin, who handled Attell
Murphy battle, will-referee Wol-gast-Richie
fight on Thanksgiv
ing afternoon at San Francisco.
Frankie Conley, former, ban
tamweight, and Johnny Dundee,
New York, will battle 20 rounds
tonight at Vernon, Cal.
George Chip, Pittsburg, out
pointed Howard Morrow, Syra
cuse, in a .ten-round fight at Syra
cuse, N. Y.,1 last night.
The trade o'f Joe Tinker to the
Reds is the nearest thing to the
celebrated on agin-off agin Finne
gan song we know of.
Roland Barrows, alleged out
fielder, has been released to the
'Rochester1 club of the Interna
tional League. There is no string
to him. '
King Cole, well known as a
baseball pitcher and barber, has
taken a job in the barber-shop lo
cated in theCorn Exchange Bank
bldg., a few doors from "the offices
of the Cubs.
Won't the King have a fine re
venge if one Charles Webb Mur
phy walks into his chair and asks
for a shave?
A W, Wagner owner of the
Terre Haute " Central League
team, is still gunning, for Morde
cai Brown to take charge of his
Joe O'Brien, who recently lost
his place as secretary of the
Giants, is said to be at the head of
a stock company formed to pur
chase the Phillies.
Pal Moore, Philadelphia light
weight, outpointed Young Dyson
in a 15-round scrap in New Hav
en, Conn., la'st night
Coach Stagg is- still hoping
that the Maroons will capture
second place in the "Big Nine" by
defeating Minnesota Saturday.
Honeymooning in Ireland.
"Hello, Pat! What do you
want?" his boss asked as the
Irishman entered the office.
"Plaze, yer honor, and cud ye
give me a week's vacashun?"
"What for, Pat?"
"Well, sur, to tell ye the thruth,
I'm 'going on me honeymoon"
"Honeymoon, Pat? But you're
not married." v
"No, yefhonor; but, bedad, it'i
that same I'll be in a fortnight,
an' I'm thinkin' it'll be chayper to
go on me honeymoon at wanst,
fur, ye see, there's -only wan of us
to pay for now; but afther I'm
marrit thereFIl be two bad luck
Elbert Hubbard says.: "Parties
who want milk should not seat
themselves on a stool in the mid
dle of the field in the hope that
the cow will back up to them." Bit
by bit, as he travels, Elbert adds
to hisstqte of Jajowledge,