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Carthy.wpre'to stay'&way from the
field the same amount of work would
be done because the men are now
right on their toes they have to be
dragged off the diamond.
When the rookies came to camp
late in February more than half the
regulars showed up with them, some
thing almost unheard of why?
Because those men Jeff Tesreau,
Benny Kauff, Rube Benton, McCar
thy and Schupp, knew they would be
better for the extra week in camp
and wanted that extra work,
That is one thing temperament is
going for the Giants. Temperament
may turn right around and do some
thing else ip July but at this Stage
of the game it doesn't seem possible.
Heinie Zimmerman, the person of
the neckties and lurid sox; Benny
Kauff, the alleged Ty Cobb of the
Feds; Buck Herzog, erstwhile man
ager of the Reds; Daye Robertson,
Art Fletcher enough temperament
to make any manager but the tem-r
peramental iflcGraw sit up nights
It doesn't worry McGraw it
pleases him, for he believes it is di
Zimmerman, for the first time in
years, is satisfied. So is Herzog.
Robertson, it is thought, is in a mood
to be serious and play ball seriously.
The answer is here, John McGraw
"Temperament may win or lose
ball games. I believe the tempera
ment on my club is the kind that can
not be beaten."
RAID STUDENTS' ROOM THREE
GIRLS, EIGHT MEN CAUGHT
Students' quarters, where men and
girls bold uproarious times, have be
come the latest targets of the vice
squads. In a raid on a students'
rendezvous at 4748 Vincennes av.
Saturday night three young girls and
eight men were taken.
The girls say they are: Geraldine
Smith and Marie Smith, 341 Maple
aV., Oak Park, and Anita Brown,
EJgin. The men are: Ward, Miller,
J. J. McKee, Thos. McNeil, Jos. Pet
erson, EJdw. Etner, 4748 Vincennes
av.; John Hargaen, Wickliffe, Ky.;
Edw. Moore, L,ewiston, Mont; and
Fred. Walters, 210 Ridgeland.
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Of cpurse you know Tom Duff, the
funny little fellow in the famous
cpmtc strip "Doings of the Duffs,"
appearing daily in The Day Book.
And of course you know Tom is
the prfcud father of a baby boy.
Tom is in the market for sugges
tions for a name for the little shaver.
What do you' suggest? Send your
suggestions to the Editor, Comic
Department, The Day Book.
.After the suggestions are consid
ered, the baby will be given a name
and the name will be revealed in the
Duff strip appearing in The Day
Book, Monday, March 19.
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During the war of the Bavarian
succession, something lees than 150
years ago, the question of potatoes
became so urgent that the struggle
Itself came to be known as the Kar
toffelkrieg 4he "potato war,"