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m Ioko.wing class enough, to. hold a
f regular job. Marsans and Almeida,
im. the Cubans, have not renorted'ib the
Red camp -at Mobile.
Frank Chance has plenty of young
material to plug, the Yankee infield
hole at third base. Midkiff is now
the choice over Johnnie Priest for the.
Render and Coombs pitched forjhe
Athletics, against Austin, yesterday,
beating the" -Texas team 9 to O.Mack's
athletes are on their way. home, and
will, arrive there the first of April for
tne-Spring series with the .Quakers
. The New York Yacht Club turned
down Thomas Upton's challenge for
tne American cup Decause it wouia
give his tea too much advertising.
Some sportsithese Nev York million--
SURE HAS KOT THE "DOPE" ON
THIS POOR OLD-WORLD .
Milwaukee, March 13. The Pitts
burgh millionaires who madeJtheir
piles in coke may have had pleasant
times - dreaming over . the returns
from their ovens,. but Otto -Goetzke,
22 years old, has them all hushed
to a whisper when if comes to beau
tiful visions inspired by "coke."
Goetzke was one of the men ar
rested in the present crusade against
the drug traffic. He admitted he. was
a-,confirmed user of "coke," the com
mon name for cocaine. -
After snuffing a few crystals Goetz
ke has more elaborate dreams that
a campaign manager forecasting his
"I'm a king," declared Goetzke to
the district -attorney. "King George,
King Cole and. even the kingfisher
.are lame duclis compared to me..
S'T I'm hungry I climb invisible
steps and pluck my needs from a
flock, of sausages, that sail through
"Angels pour between my, lips cool
ing, draughts .of heavenly Pilsener. I.
even get a seat on a .Chiacgo -'street
'car' during the rush. hours. -,
"The world" is iny o I iaye it j
'by the tall, and- the" pull "is down
ROLLS FIRSTrPERFECT SCORE
William S: vKno"x. Phnadfilnhin.
bowler who' -made the first perfect
score, 300, in afi American bowling
congress tournament Knox rolled
672, which gav'e him second nlace in
the, tournament rolled at Toledo, 0.
. (A "
Nix on the Smile.'
.Visitor passing through a, hospital
ward stopped in1 front of a -young
man wrapped. Jn bandages and said: -
"Never mind, my man, you'll soon be
all.right. Keep on smiling ; that's the -
way of -the world." "I'll.-nevef smile
again,"" replied the youth, sadly."
"Rubbish I'-wsaid the visitor.- "There
ain't no, rubbish about it I" -exclaimed
the other, heatedly.. '"It's through-
smiling at another fellow's girl. that
I'm here" now!"' "