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youngster, and he Tcept the bingles
Realizing the value of newspaper
space,,"Rube Marquard; who" since he
won" a couple of- games in the last
world's series has; been-in vaudeville,
a. divorce and a wedding, never over
. looks a chance to get his picture in
After -pulling a lot' of the haughty,
'fl .guess McGraw. don't know who 'I
am" stuff in the winter, while doing
one-"week stands with Blosson See
ley, now Mrs. Marquard, his rubelets
almost broke his wrist signing the
contract shoved at him by Dick Kin
sella, acting for the Giants.
Here the ex-Cleveland semi-pro is
showing in some old stuff catching
a ball dropped from the tenth floor
of the Call building in San Francisco.
The patent for this act was issued
in the name of Charlie Street of the
Washington club. It's good stuff,
Crane beat Lane, 12 to 9, in the
first game of the series for the high
school indoor baseball championship.
Larson, the Illinois-pitcher, held the
Red Sox to six hits and fanned Jake
Stahl. Buck O'Brien allowed the col
legians one single.
Ray Temple of Milwaukee and Pal
Brown of Hibbing, Mich., have been
matched for a bout in the Cream
City, April 14. They will weigh 133
pounds at 3 o'clock.
Al Lippe, who managed Billy Papke.
when the latter went to Paris for a
string of fights, may handle the af
fairs of Eddie McGoorty, now without
a manager. Eddie is one of the crack
middleweights and he and Lippe
should prove a good combination.
Lippe is in strong with the French
fight promoters, t
Billy Walters and Spike Kelly are
rapidly getting in shapeffor their fight
in Kenosha a week from tonight
"Mother;" said 'an exasperated
young lady, "I wish you would not
hang that old parrot up in the parlor."
"Why not, my dear?" asked her
mother. "Why, I think he must have
belonged to a car conductor before
you bought him. Every two or three
minutes, whenEdwin is here, he
chirps out, 'Sit closer, please.' Itis
too embarrassing for anything."
o o .
Weary Waggles (the tramp) : An'
to think- we dida't got to that free
concert las' night! Dusty Rhodes
Why? Weary Waggles This here
paper says the music wasintoxicafin't