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BILLY SUNDAY-SAYS: 'McGRAW IS DYNAMITE
AND MACK ISICEI'PICK THE EXPLOSIVE"
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Copyright, 1913, by the Newspaper,
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John McGraw is baseball dyna-;
mite. He is a hot-headed, harcL-fistecL
Irishman who. loves a-ffghtland'tfre
faster the battling .the 'brighter he'
the World's Series as" He Sat on His
Winona Lake, Ind.'
' Despite his fierce nature, McGraw
is- cool in action. He thinks with the
speed of. a machine gun. He sees an
opening, grasps it arid in an instant
has bettered his position.. .
- McGraw is the leading advocate of
old-fashioned baseball brought down