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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 18, 1913, Image 11',
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have a thing on the 1latbyHwins.bf'
' baseb'allj ,,Ifty'Weilman;.of-;fhev.Sb;
Louis Browns and Jack--rostJ of the,
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baseball,' being six feet-"six": inches,
while the CincinnatianV :is jthV-Na-tional
league's" longest, ifelng-fiut, one
inch under the six foot and Ja'half
mark. " '
Something more than- managerial
ingenuity is required to provide Weil-
man and Frost .with sleeping;accom-.
modations-on the road.-Never j was
a sleeping car berth lorig-npugli for
a six footer, let aldrieV'qne whose
TTrnst mrtHfi .'Banp.rnft'K inh HerMer
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