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Hard champion, retained h&- title in
New York by defeating Joe Carney
of San Francisco, "150 to' 143." The
champion overcame, a bahdicap'otf 14 1
points inJast night's pay. .-Hisshigh'
run was nine. v I r
It wasn't their turn to winbuthe
pesky Gfahts did,' anhow,? to 1.
BiSbee, Ariz., was the scene of this
upset in the dope. Paber and Kus
sell weer pounded, Promme holding
the Sox. Doyle soaked a homer and
two-singles and Thorpe a homer. The
'coynt is now 11 to 9 in favor of the
Giants. Today the teams are in Los
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J. W. Baldwin of Petershatru Mass., Robinson What constitutes "the
owns a serviceable,carriage made 250 three R's" in the education of a de
years ago entirely, $f.wo$irand en-butatnte 1 Jackson Well, should
tirely by hand labor.J; ' ; ' say raiment, ragtime and repartee !