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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 08, 1913, FINAL EDITION, Image 13',
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Mike Doolari of the -Phillies will
return to Philadelphia: "today to"
continue his coursem dentistry.
Dooin has gttren'-Kim.JeaVe, and
the tall shortfieldercvvilli finish his
training with the? .Uhiversityrofc
Pennsvlvania'stmadir'. V rT
Ty Cobb. i's .domglhis. prelimin
ary trainingiwith, the Brooklyn
Jimmy Callahan. -
team at Augusta; Ga;He will lead
a team of all-stars against the
Dodgers next week. Nap Ruck
er, who played on the Atlanta
team with Cobb, will pitch for the
Stars.- " ; ""' -'
McGraw will give his veteran
pitchers their first chance tomor
row when they go against Dallas
in a' double-header. e Tesreau,
Mathewsoh;-'Arnes; and Wiltse
were members of the Giant squad
who -made the journey to the
WIFE GETS 1$ YEARS
Charles Conway, the circus
clown,, wa's found" guilty- of the
murderof'Sophfa ;Sihger in an"
a 'jury;im Judge-lCersten's court
thisVniqrning, and Sentenced to
life, imprisonmemvin. the penitentiary--
! ' . ('
His wife, Beatrice Ryall Con
way, was sentenced to 14 years'
imprisonment as an, accomplice.
- The'woman collapsed'when the
verdict was read. Conway was
unmoved. They had been awake
all night, learning the jury had
reached a" verdict -at midnight,,
after Judge Kersten- Tiad gone"
home. The verdict was sealed,
and returned this morning.
- vo o
One night, as messenger from
the office of an evening paper was
: 1 : t j i ii.
passing aiong uie uocks on tiie
bank of the river, he heard the.
sound .of someone struggling in
the Wyafer. "Are you drowning ?"
he. .shouted. "I am," replied a.
feeble voice from the water...
"What a pity 1" said the lad, con- '
solingly- "You .are just too late
for the last edition tonight But
cheer, up ! You'll have a nice little.
paragraph all to yourself in, tha
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