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Hagerman he would have to play
in Denver for the reduced salary
or be chased out of the gartte.
John Granzel Jcrtanager of Rochi
ester in the InteftiaiibflarLeagU
has been offered u contract tQ
boss the Jiighlariders next yeah
Ganzefe last venture as a major
leaguer was a failure. -
Packey McFarland punished
Battling Terry so severely lit
their fight at Dayton tfiat the1 go
was stopped in the fifth round.
Packey floored his man for the
count of eight id the fast rotttfd.
Billy Pa)ke put JGeb?g& Bern
hard away in the sixth round' of
a scheduled 2tf-rouhd go ih Paris.
The French battier Was ddwn fof
the count twice ,in the sixth
round fie was tillable to g& on
when the gdtf g: rang for the sev
enth. This VictoVy gives Papfce a
clear title to7 the French cham
pionship. Joe Berfz, the Sok pitcher, is
striving' to gain 'xionirol during
the winter season. H has rigged
Up a target hack, of Jils father's
butcher shrop" iif Battesville, Itid;
and has spoiled 'several baseball!
shooting at the bUllVeye with hi
Sam Crawford has jtfihed thfe
Holdout Club Sam says he will
be used oft first base ttext year,
and the job is harder than chasing
A irian and his wife were
wfanghng when the wife, com
pletely out of patience, exclaimed! :
"Are ali men. fools " "No, my
love the man answered "some
WHIZUi $20 AND COSTS
1L E. Briggs, employed on The
Tribune, had a. "flay of -real
Sport' before Judge Fry in the
speeders CoUrt yesterday that
will hold him for a period.
Briggs was arrested by Motorcycle-
Policeman Tom Brown for
seeding hi his auto on Michigan
avenue. Brdwn said his captive
had been going 23 fnjles an hour.
''Guilty dr hot guilty?" asked
"I could Jell better if I knew
how much the fine"would be' an-
"YoU'd better , plead not ,
guilty' returned "'the judge
, When the evidence was all in,
Tue Fry told Brings he'd better
?'cqhte on over to t,he tune of $20
afa'd costs. Briggs paid.
, The best yray to make feather
griddle cakes is toaclcl s,a pint of
ytater and milk, a teaspoon o salt, .
a half feaspooh plyeast and flour
enough o make q batter. Let
stand all night. In t&e morning
add one ctfb of thfck sour milkj
wo eggs- well fceaten, one level
tablespoon of butter, one level
teaspoon of spda and Jlour enough
to make the consistency of pan
cake batter. Let stand twenty j
minutes and then bake.
After the roast has beenlin the
oven l!Tor 20 piinutes'lowerthe
temtierature of the oven some
what- This will help to retain the