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"White was given the newspaper de- j
'cision in their last go," but Moore I
ciaimea tnat ne naa not Deen given
time to train for such ,a good man.
The Philadelphian was backed up by
facts, as he arrived in Chicago less
than 24 hours before the fight, com
ing here direct from another scrap
in the.east. If he is beaten this time
he can claim no such alibi. He has
been working out daily at a local
gymnasium, and declared today, he is
satisfied with his condition.
The local man is as right as (a
trivet In ten rounds, there are
mighty few 128-pounders who can
Fred Clarke 'is gradually bringing
his holdouts into line. Max Carey
and Bobby Byrne signed when the
squad reached WestBaden for pre
liminary work. Claude ' Hendrix,
some pitcher, is still holding out.
Thomas Hanleyi .a recruit pitcher
with the Giants, died at. Marlin
Springs yesteraayfollowing an op
eration for appendicitis. Hanley was
in the Ohio State, League last year.
Hal Chase, reconstructed second
baseman of.' the New York Yanks,
will be out okthe game for a week
because of "a sprained, ankle, sustain
ed when Harkeson, a recruit,, slid in
to the middle' station. It was it first,
"thought Chase's injury would inca
pacitate him for two weeks.
The New York boxing commission
has asked Packey McFarland to fur
nish the names of men he claims
urged him to bet on himself when
he fought Jack Britton. One. of the
commission's rules is that a fighter
T must .not bet on a fight in which he
is taKing part, .f acjsey is oemg prais
ed for refusing- to back his chances,
but the commission wants to make
a full investigation and bar the gtfil
ty parties if the Chicagoan can prove
his charges, v
Bob Moha, who 'is scheduled to
meet Eddie McGoorty in ten rounds
at Milwaukee a week from tonight,
'has started training in the Wiscon
sin .city. Moha has put a phonograph
in his training quarters. .Eddie will
make him "hear "his master's voice"
when they get in the ring.
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Philanthropic Old Lady But I
gave you 10 cents yesterday on con
dition that you. were not to spend
it in drink, and I can distinctly smell
liquor on you.
Dreary .Dan Lady; I am the vic
tim of cruel circumstances." I found
a bottle contaihin' wot appeared ter
me ter bVworter.. Wpt was: my hor
rer, lady, to find, arter drmkin' of it
all, that it 'were whisky!
BROWN BETTY .
Chop, fine .2 cups of tari apples.
Butter a baking dish and place on
it a. layer of apple, sprinkling with
cinnamon,; sugar and butter. Place
on-this a layer of the crumbs, alter
nating with the iapple till dish is
three-fourths full, leaving- bread
crumbs, on' top. Add.no. water, but
coyer tight, and steam three-quarters
of an hour in moderate 'oven. Then
remove the cover and brown quickly.
Serve with milk or sweet .sauce.
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The lawyers' remedy for delays of.
thala.w'is always more Judges,