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John Kling left Kansas City last
night and "will report for work with
Cincinnati in New York.
Flynn of St PauJ in the American
& Association soaked, four doubles and
a single off three Louisville pitchers
VVilliam Bernatz, third baseman of
the St Mary's team in the Diocesan
Union League,, broke his leg trying,
to steal home in a game against St
Martin's yesterday. His foot caught
in the edge of thelplate and the bone
, Paulists, 20; Holy Angels, 4.
St Dominies, 15; Lady of .Mercy, 1-
Rogers Park, 13; Normals, 4.
. St. Lucys, 13; St Sylvesters, 3.
-Blessed Sacrament, 11; St
American Giants, 13; Hammond, 6.
Sheridan, 9; Humboldt, 6.
Commercials, 16; Belmonts, 3.
Washington, 10; Calumet, 8.
Pennocks, 2; Orioles, 0,
Fairviews, 17; Chicago Generals,
East Chicago, 5; Roseland Eclipse,
St Marys, 13; St Martins, 12,
Wesl Sides, 15; Chicago Unions, L.
Even doctors are not always literal
in their prescriptions. "You must
take exercise," said the doctor to a
patient "The motor-car in a case
like yours gives the best exercise
that " "But I cannot afford a car
on insurance,pay," the patient growl
ed. "Don't buy one; just dodge 'em!"
said the doctor,
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And now Frisco's "business man",
mayor has bound .her in an agreed
ment with Pat Calhoun, incidentally
throwing, the harpoon into municipal,
"Why didn't you interfere to stop
the defendant when you saw the
fight?" said a magistrate to a wit
ness. "I didn't know which waa the
defendant!" the witness answered.
ADVENTURES Of; MRMOUSE
Hang the tariff and the Japs! Does.
Ty Cohb get that $15,000 ? ,
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