Manager McCraw of the Giants has
. rudely disturbed the dreams of Jim
Thorpe's press agent McGraw sayS'
he wilt use Thorpe in all exhibition
i. games because of his power" as "it
drawing card, but when the regular
season opens tne Indian win decorate
tne oencn. unorpe needs seasoning,
according to McGraw. w
Miller Huggins of the St. 'Louis
Cardinals y has secured - "Charley
O Lieary, former Detroit shortstop to
take the place of "Arnold Houser,' the
Card shortfielder, who dislocated m;
my suuuig 10 nase. ic is not Known
what Huggins handed Indianapolis
for O Leary's release.
Eddie McGoorty's meeting: with.
Bob Moha in Milwaukee, set for next
Monday night, has been- postponed
for a week because of an injury to
the Oshkosh middleweight's hand.
Harry Donohue of Pekin, III., tout
ed as a comer' because of a draw
with Packey McFarlahd, is 'on his
way home from New York. Johnny
Marto busted Donohu'e's aspirations
If BombVdieiWeHs- beats Gun
boat Smith over.iie knockout route
at New York tonight he -will probably
be given a-meetihg"with tuther Mc
carty for the heavyweight champion
ship. Billy McCarney, manager of
the champion, has declared his inten
tion of making a match with the win
ner of "the fight
'McCarney ' will hardly carry out
this plan, 'however, if 'Smith wins.
The public" won't stand for it The
only reason a Wells-McCarty match
will draw is because there wfll be an
international flavor attached. But
nix on 'the-'Smith proposition. Not
until Jess Willard has' a chance. Jess
is entitled to the call oyer Wells, but
champions have a habit of forgetting
real qualifications in an opponent and'
picking but the soft ones. Wells was
knocked out by Al Paiz'er, Vho, in"
tu'yri, was decisively'trimmed'by Mc
Carty." 'Where does wells get off as
a championship contender? - "
Mickey Sheridan of. Chicago out- J.
pointed Patsy Drouulard in seven
frames of a ten-round go at Jackson,
Mich., and was given the" decision.
Neither man landed any damaging
blows: - s:
Written for The Day Book by.Berton
It's good to be round, where the girls
To chat with 'em gaily forliours,
To tell 'em bbwlovely their curls are
And bring' 'em much candy and
flowers ' or
But when yofr'are,. sick of marsh
mallows ' 'f, -'v
And life on.theteaTbiscuit plan,
It's good to. see Regular' Fellows j
And talk like a Regular Man. i
It's sweet tb" make love to a fairy
me one tnat you re anxious to
wed: I . f
But an evening with Tom, Dick or
Should sometimes be put in instead:
With masculinelaughter-that bellows
Anq aeep tnro,aiea voices inac
Don't pass up th.e Regular Fellows; - "'
But 30m in a iieguiar rime.
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When fortune's a little uncertain .
Ahfi life-seems de'en ournle in tone
Don't-pull dowif the fehade arid the
And' sulk'in your rdorii all alone. "
Don t'frefr till your countenance yel- '
And gloom- in 'its blackness de-scehds,
ijut 'sees-out the; Regular bellows
To cheer you llkeJEtegular Friendsi
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