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instructor at. the new .Sportsman.
Club of America here. F1& will take
charge within a month, according to
a statement of President James A.
. Ed Reulbach has signed a one-year
President Ebbets of the Dodgers
nas sent a contract to. Joe Tinker.
This prevents the Fed manager au
tomatically becoming a free agent.
and Brooklyn will be able to place
him on the ineligible list, whatever
harm that may 'do to a gent- who is
taking down ?4&,uuu for tnree years
New York Nationals received con
tracts of Infielders M. J. Stock and
D. O. Robertson.
- Walter Mulvaney, Cincinnati semi
pro catcher, has signed a contract to
play with the Federal League.
John Murray, outfielder of the New,,
York Nationals, signed a one-year
Signed contract of Pitcher Jack
Coombswas received by Connie Mack
today. Roy Bressier, who pitched for
the Harrisburg team of the Tri-State
League last year, also has signed.
Leslie. C. Nunamaker, Red Sox
catcher, signed today. -
A romance which started in the fall
of 1910 culminated' in Kansas City
wnen Pitcher Ad Brennan and Miss
Portia Durnell were married. The
bride is a stenographer, 21 years old,
who was awarded apprize as the most
beautiful girl in Kansas City during
a contest two years ago,
A o o
ARREST WESTERN UNION SPY
i Members, of tho Commercial Tele
graphers' Union are rejoicing over
the arrest of Frank Butterfleld, alias J
Busch, a spy- in the employ of the
Western Union Company, who was
picked up in .eMmphis, Tenn., on a
charge of having rifled a suitcase be
longing to an official of the union.
The suitcase, which was" the property-
of S. J. Konnenkanp,. interna
tional .president -of the union, was
gtolen fro mtha LaSalle street statioi?
While the union man was on his way.
to the East
It contained very important papers
bearing on the union's trouble with
the Western Union.
THE OPINims'oF THE
Editor Day Book:
I try never to miss reading Jane
Whitaker'a daily chats. They are al
ways interesting and to the" point In
her recent "Slant at Help Wanted"
it is doubtful if she fronged to
shake" Mrs. Meyers .any- mora than
poor Mrs. Meyers longed to shake her
Also it is doubtful if Jane com-,-
prehends the viewpoint of Mrs.
Meyers any more than does the latter-
the complexities and paradoxical so
cial condition existing in a 'modern:
office building. From her age and'
dialect, Mrs. Meyer is of -another gen-.
erauon, country and .environments
There, Jn Jtfer simple youth:, if. the,
master of the house chose a smack1.
the kitchen .maid on 'the 'cijeek, sh&
threw Tiim a courtseyand,er-was;
an end of it. ""5-.'.
There were no pretty cffice-ladies'
gowned better than theboss'1 fnimp
wife; no autos, no.tango cafes; Sure
ly if Mrs. Meyer aw the. truth as we
see it she would explodel
A. H: Teffre.
To the Editor:
I am writing to say how much I
appreciate the way you get after such
slave pens as: the -Boston Store and
.hope you will keep right after all
such places and shDw them up to the
public. We read the American a lit
tle, the Tribune, ditto, but we do not
find anything of that character In
"There's a reason." W. A: Lamb.
Walter Armens, 11. 2006 String st..
itouched live wire. Thrown. Skull