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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 13, 1912, Image 10

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League closed yesterday with the
dove of peace working overtime.
Many of the high lights of the
game stayed over for the ban
quet of the Woodlawn Bards last
night. Politicians outnumbered
baseball men.
Rube Marquard says John Mc
Graw is jealous of his success as
an actor. Rube says he is just as
good as George Cohan or Otis
Skinner. Rube, from his adven-.
tures with Blossom Seeley, h&$
plenty of speed on the stage, but
Blossom's husband solved him.
Al Bridwell, who has been se
cured from Boston by the Cubs,
says he is glad to be with us. Al,
Corriden or Phelan will hold
down the gap left by Tinker's de
parture. Johnny Kilbane secured an
easy decision in eight rounds over
Tommy Dixon in St. Louis. The
feather champ worked under a
pull, and could have, put Dixon
Al Palzer.
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