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Season if Your Memory? Good
Thia-baseball contest is a great
chaaceforthe fannettesto get a sea
son pass' to the Cub park. And here's
CAJM YOU NAME THIS
PLAYER? TRY IT
BASEBALL-SPORTS OF ALL SORTS-BOXJ$
Here Yoa Ar&Fhnn! A Chance to Watch the Cubs'JSi
an added Inducement: At least to,
of the players on our all-star teejjLjj$
eligible bachelors. One of them wte
a string of flat buildings and doeWTtf
have to play ball to make a living Xiet
in the game, girls, and be in a poMi?
to look these fellows over everyjaj
But don't send in any answers, ttfpf
tQ the team has been completed?
Only $8,000 clinked into the strong
bos at the fight in Milwaukee Ms?
night between Lightweight Ghamo
pton Freddie Welsh, and Charlie
Whiter plainly indicating thafthl?
public is tiring of the ten-round game
when indulged in by chamDk&g and
challengers, with never a real "battle!
for the title thrown In.
Welsh beat White, and did It by sa
eral parasangs. In fact, the "Ideal
man forced the Briton to exten&kim
self In only one round, the firsQ a
rally driving him to the ropes; Tl$
the fifth White also showed a iash
of energy, but in the other innings 4$
was all Welsh. i
White tried. Make no mistake?
about that But he was helplestf'be
fore the impenetrable defense of the
Englishman, who peppered away witfc?
light jabs and kept CharMe at a dis
After the fight White said he TWUf
eatitled to at least a draw, but he
was the only man in the building who
thought that way. Even, the waw&V
est admirers of the Chicagoan sadly
admitted that he had been outpoiafed,
if not actually outfought. Welsh
mere than evened up. for- thebeatbQf
White gave him last November.
Neither man had even a strawbefry
on him at the end of the go, and each.
seemed strong enough, to have -repeated
the distance without aay more
Bftg& ' 3lSi
rap 'x.yP&yi WM
This center fielders once stole 100
bases or more 1a one season and in
oi)e -ther jiear batted better than
.325. "You sfcewd know him from his
manner of eafeching fly balls; he al
ways catches them with his hands
turned up. and held close to his breast.
His catches while sliding forward
may help you recall" him to mind. He
always was what is knewn as a "dead
right field hitter," although his- av
erages show htm one of the best that
ever played the game. He probably
has more friends than any man who
ever played baseball, net excepting
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