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hits were'all the University" of Penn
sylvania rolled up against this pair
'Red Dooin is having trouble With
his' pitchers. Baltimore hammered
the Philly heavers hard yesterday,
and the National Leaguers were
lucky to nose out a 9-to-8 victory.
'Nearing home, Manager McGraw
of the' Giants is peeved at th'e weak
stickwork of his clbuters. Morning
batting practice will be combined
with exhibition games with Southern
Clarke Griffith' is going to make a
strenuous effort to' have Nick Altrock
andTlerman Schaefer, his comedians,
perioral for the fans this year. Ban
Johnson put the bars up against the
funny men last fall, but Griff believes
trj6 bugs like the antics of his slap
Westergard was defeated by Le'
Marin last night In straight-falls at
the Globe Theater. The Iowa wres
tler was not strong enough for his
The Chinese Univercity ball team
from Hawaii beat Stanford, 7 to 3.
The Chinks were fast fielders, but
weak at bat.
Jimmy' Archer is down to playing
weight, the work with the Chicago'
University squad being all the prac
tice he needed. Jim will remain at
the Midway until Friday, when the
Cubs return from Kansas City.
Johr.ny Kilbane, in Frisco for his
match April 26 with Johnny Dundee,
announces' he may graduate into the
lightweight 'class ' after his coming
battle Kilbane thinks he will be un
able io make 122 pounds in the fu
ture and be strong.'' The champ is--working
hard for his fight with Dun
dee. The fact that he has given him
self so much time to train" shows he
is having more difficulty than usual
making the weight.
Scott, an ihfielder, has been sold to.
St. Paul by the. Boston Americans.
Jack Brittoh knocked out Kid Cur
ley in. the third round at Philadelphia
last' hight-.'" v " " v , '
SHAKER TOP. HITS ANY 'BOTTLE
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There- are many times the- cook
wants to use a sprinkler bottle when
she hasn't one. Shaker tops are very
easy to make for any bottle. Two
corks and a small corkscrew are all
that is necessary.
Put the corkscrew into a cork that
will go down into the neck -of the
bottle. Notch the pork' so that, there'
will be four channels',! gi; the contents
of the bottle to flowj-.out. vHave the
top of the bottom corji low enough to
pernttt a top cork-to it hi the neck.
The corkscrew is there for the pur
pose of pulling out the notchedcork
when it needs cleaning. . . -
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' PAY IN ADVANCE , j ,.
The young man from .the country
took his green necktie and hts 'best
girl to the restaurant, and, like s6me
of the other young men, he was dis
posed to be facetious a tie-waiter's
expense. ' . '
7 "Waiter," he said; "I wantyou to
bring mea grilled-crocodile," -
"Yessir," replied the waiter, per-,,
fecjly unmoved. , "
And, waiter, bring it with butter." T
Then he stood there like a statue 't
for a minute. -
"Well," said the young man, "aren't;,,
you going tobring it?" "t
"Yessir." " .
"Why don't you, then?" . , ,
"Orders is that we get pay in ad.r -'V
vance for crocodiles, sir. Crocodiles r
with butter are $10. If you take it ,
without butter, sirT.it is $1 less. :
The young man climbed