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hfe J&thstraighf victory and belted
the smoke shooter around the lot as
though he wasn't such a much. In
one game they put 13 nicks in his
lift record for five runs, while Bill
Steen, an in-and-outer last year, was
holding the Nationals tied to a post.
Clarke Griffith, Washington leader,
who insisted the Naps were playing
ahead of their speed, was speech
less. He had used Johnson after
losing two out of three games to
Cleveland, and Johnson looked jtjfct
like, his week'-day pitcher instead of
a week-emi special.
Joe Jackson, who makes a "hit
now and then; Jack Graney and Bud-,
dy Ryan had much to do with John
son's downfall. They hit him often
Johnson .easily -beat the Athletics
thelier day to start his new parade,
but he won't forget the licking he got
fr6m Cleveland in a hurry.
Joe Jackson, Pitcher Bill Steen, Buddy Ryan, Clark Griffith; below.
Walter Johnson. "
The Cleric Just think, my dear
lady, one missionary to every 15,000
savages1. The Dear Lady Dearie
irief "Well, they must have very poor
appetites of very big missionaries!
Many Greenland women are bald
on the sides of their heads, owing to
their method of dressing the hair,
which is jmlled back tightly and held '
in place by a ribbon.