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She'went, she saw and she was
But what astounded the baroness
was the "unconscious grace"'Of the
ballplayers, who resembled, she
thought, the classic Grecian athletes.
She marveled at the ease and form
with which Ty Cobb slid into second,
the perfect form of "Big Jeff" Tes-
reau as he prepared his "spit ball"
delivery, the almost classic lines of
"Brick" Mclnnisas he speared a high
one at first
The baroness' creative genius soon
found possibilities for the intertwin
ing of baseball and the classic dance.
So baseball hasnowmadeits appear
ance in a ,new interpretative dance,
"The Temptation of Eve."
It is doubtful whether'the redoubt
able Ty Cobb 'strives for grace when
trying to beat a catcher's 'throw to
seconu, hut the baroness assumes the
same base-sliding attitude in her
dance, when she sits oh the grass and
coyly offers the apple to Adam.
The baroness predicts that the
baseball player will become the most
classic of dancers and Relieves that
she will convince many of them of the
opportunity to interpret-the spirit of
dance for the dance for the Ameri
can public between seasons.
Tonsils are.a menace to health "be
cause of the, texture of tonsilar tis
sues and their location. They are ex
cellent breeding grounds and ''hang
ing out" places for'all germs that en
ter the system by way of the food,
water or air route.
Rheumatism often is a result of
swollen tonsils. Often the germs that
. cause rheumatism breed in the tonsils
and .finally overrun the-system, lodg
ing .in those portions of the body
where the circulation is poor andthe
bFood cannot.resist the attacks of the
f'The result is that the joints are at
tacked by what is known as rheuma
tism a disease that really is due to
diseased tonsils, v
There are. many other serious dis
eases that alsoare traceable to bad
tonsils, .iniong them," tuberculosis,
goiter, valvular heart disease, asthma,
stomach andjlutestinal ulcers, epilep
sy, gall stones, and' glandular troubles.
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NEWSPAPER ., IN TrflS TOWN IS
' iHUMAN" ,
Cottage Grove, Minn If you lived
in Cottage Grove,you'd; hear. the news
rather than read it Cottage Grove's
only newspaper is human?' She is
Esther Foley, 19, and frona switch
board that has been installed in her
home by'the Washington County Tel
ephone Co. she keeps the'residents in
daily communication with the outer
world. In 420- homes all the little and
big news is clrculated'by the human
newspaper. . , '
The "Tipperary hat," with its high
crown ana; ltsagnt little brim, is the
hat of the moment. Bands of grog
grain or faUle'ribbon finished in smart
tailored bows orLwith a silver buckle
Is the only trimming that adorns the
"Tipperary," , or, as some folks -call
them, the. "Cbauncey-Olcott" hat