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and a worried look. Blossom
crawled from under the bed. Mar
(juard shook hands with the de
tective and Blossom told her hus
band to go where it was warmer.
The detective and Cane left to get
a warrant for the arrest of the
pair, but when they returned
Rube and Blossom had fled.
Baseball fans are different from
theatergoers. Rube will probably
learn this from the bleachers this
summer. The bugs do not make
so much allowance for "artistic
Jake Stahl, manager of the
Red Sox, talks like a comic opera
soubrette. Jake says his legs are
all right and will carry him
through another season on first
Chick Marks, the West Side
lightweight, is training for his
bout with Danny Goodman at
Superior, Wis., Feb. 6. Marks is
ready to take on matches with
any 133 or 135-pound scrapper.
His manager, Isie Marks, thinks
his man is so good that he is will
ing to put up a side bet any time.
Challenges should be sent to Isie
Marks, 1230 S. Halsted street.
Joke Jean Dubuc, star pitcher
of the Detroit Tigers, has refused
to sign the contract sent him and
will "retire" from baseball.
Dubuc will probably pitch the
opening game for the Tigers.
Husband My dear, how did
you come to employ such a pretty
nursemaid? Wife I did it be
cause I want the children to have
police protection when they are
in ihe park or on the street
ROOTER QUEEN RULES A
The girl who has set an entire
university wild with her remark
able rooting generalship.
, Seattle, Wash., Jan. 16. A
Rooter Queen !
That's the latest innovation in
the athletic realms of the Univer
sity of Washington and of the
country's other educational insti
tutions, for Miss Vera Johnston,
a freshman co-ed from Aberdeen,
Wash., has startled the Washing
tori men and women by her abil
ity to organize for the first time
the women's cheering, by her
readiness. to invent spirited yells
Will Horsley, whose success in
leading the Purple and Gold dele-