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beating Baltimore yesterday, 12 to 3.
Hans Lobert bad his face cut by a
batted ball, but ;stayed4b'thetgame
and Btarred with-the;8tick.Outfielde;
Capron has", been purchased by Dpoin
from Pittsburgh, - h
Hugh Jennings uncovered'--, good,
pitcher yesterday. when..Boehler held
New OrleattHvio two jhits. in six in
nings. Detroit won 'the game. Jenr
nings denied any knowledge of
Cobb's intention to report in a few
dayB. ' v' .
Jim Hall, -.one, .of the-best known
heavyweights': of ; a decade ago, was
burled at -Neehah,. Wis., yeBterday.
Hall died o'f-tuberculosis in a sani
tarium. - r 'is
Danny jCttiodman- of Chicago
knocked oufc 'Chuck Larson in the
third roundaterreHfiute last;, night.
Larson had ,:the .better 4i the Chicago
lightweight,tintil the .latter put over
the knock-out soak.
Bombardier Wells left New York
yesterday for England-, -if'
Abe Attelbis trying another come
back in New York tonight, fighting
Ollie Kirk. It was after a defeat by
Kirk that Attell announced his "per
Bob MQha,,xJMilwaukee' middle
weight, Whd' meets Eddie McGoorty
next Monday night, is a 10-to-7 fa
vorite in..the.betting. McGoorty was
the choice until an injury to his hand "
forced a. postponement of the 'scuf
fle, AVhich was to have been held
March 17 ,
Billy Papke, who lost to- Frank
Klaus on. a foul in Paris, passed
through Chicago .on his way to Ke
wanee. Papke's hands are in bad
shape, and he will stay in the Illinois
town for .several jnonths to recover.
Bill claims he is not in bad in' Paris,
butwill,returji for several fights as
soon as-his hook mends. .
Buffalo firm advertises for a middle-aged
elevator man, salary $7.
Buffalo's the place for -middle-aged
men who want to enter upon..a.ca-:
reer of ripus hying at ?7 the month.
Written for the Day Book by Berton
nyhen first they land here'they ara
. j ;redi -"
And. they have funny screwed-up
ifaCeB. . ,
An3; fratiklythey. cannot belaid
To. show;alot;of airs.and graces ;
Quite frequently they vhaVe no hair,
On '-what -.they ..have is thin and
"they jdont look the truth I
Like, anybody! - . j
And they're a heap of worry, too,
And raislng',tli.'em is not a frolic;
So many troubles they go through
With feeamg, teething and the
The family comfort is- upset
From Little; Tommy up to father;
A baby causes lots of fret
They're helpless and they make ex
pense, They never :earn,a-single penny,
Yet some folks' yearning is intense
For-.babies. when, they haven't any;
And soinehow they'arernice, jt'B true,
However "much weMugh and .-flout
tbemr '- '
I don't "know what: jthe world J
'. would do " TL
-Without them; f
i- ; ' o o f"
THE CITY- COUNCIL YESTERDAY .
Ordered, readyertisement for bids
on garbage reduction contract; post
poned action, .oh ;the Home .Theater
collapse; received the t'r&otidn mer- '
ger-.laws as prepared by(iity and
companies; appealed tostUt'e" legis
lature to increaser .powers rof muni
cipalities over public utility corpbra-
Wbodrow hasn't got very far yet, .
but he's shown ttn alhiighty accom
modating spirit in the indtter of ac-
cepting the resignations: of Republic
can officeholders. '