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base, is one that no ball club would
have to apologize for.
The hard-hitting Pipp will be at
first, Peckmuagh at short and Frank
Baker should have a good season at
.High, Cilhooley and 'Magee will
make up a high-class outfield.
The catching department is strong
with Nunamaker, Walters and Alex
ander. Donovan has a great pitching staff
if it is right Shawkey, Mogridge,
Caldwell, Cullop, Fisher and Shocker
will make any team in the league
hustle to beat them.
SOUTHERN STYLE FOR KIDDIES
By Betty Brown
It will be many a long and chilly
day before the Little Person of the
north will splash in anything bigger
than a bath tub. but already her
styles for out-of-doors are being set
on southern beaches.
A quaint example is shown in this
straightlined, loosefitting smock with
wide pantalets swinging free at the
knee. This will be the proper and.
pretty bathing suit for little girls.
This model is white jersey with pan
talets of the same material in blue
banded with white' The skull cap of
blue jersey has a band in Oriental
colors; the ribbon "pigtails" are blue
WHAT IF HEWOULD FORGET
WHICH ONE HE IS?
This alleged dip must have kept a
regular city directory of himself, if
the police have their dope straight.
The bureau of records has listed
more than a dozen of his arrests and
under the names of Jas. Murnaugh,
Jas. Murnell, Harry Haddon, John
Cummings and Jas. Turner.
Police say the above line-up of
cognomens are all phoney, that Jim's
real monicker is Jas. Murner, and
they believe Mary Murner, 3613 x
Grenshaw, who has gone bond sev
eral times for this much-aliased man,
is his wife.
NAVAL RECRUITING CAMPAIGN
STARTED IN SCHOOLS
Naval recruiting campaign started
in high schools today by Lieut. L. M.
StevensrU. S. A. Aim is to raise Chi
cago battalion to train four months
and then go onto reserve lists. Pay
is $17.60 a month, with board and
housing free' at Great Lakes naval
WOMEN DIFFER ON CENSORSHIP
State law for censorship of movies
proposed. Brings protest from Mrs.
Henry Landauer, Woman's City club,
that 64 Jewish women's organiza
tions are unit against state law. They
want Chicago to have home rule over
Self-possession is nine points of