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CHANCE SAILS FOR BERMUDA TO OPEN TRAINING
Frank Chance, leader of the
New York American league club,
accompanied by his wife, is in
Bermuda, where the team will do
its spring training this year. Tc
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C. W. Murphy of Chicago as the
"Peerless Leader" is in splendid
health one need only glance at
this photograph, taken just before
the Chances boarded the Arcadia
THE CUBS ARE IN TAMPA OTHER SPORT DOPE
The Cubs arrived in Tampa last
night. This morning was spent
in getting settled in new sur
roundings, and light work was on
the program for this afternoon.
Real practice begins tomorrow.
Bresnahan, Goode and Mitchell
acted as a committee of welcome.
Roger looked to be in great
Archer, Lavender and Richie
were due this afternoon from
Lavender's home in Georgia.
Larry Cheney has not been heard
When actual training begins,
the old stuff about the wonderful
work of recruit players- will be
gin to come out of the training
camp. As usual, it will be- bunk.
From some of the stories by in
spired correspondents in the
spring the veterans might as well
burn up their gloves and apply for