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TIIE OMAHA RTJTPAY BEE: "DECEMBER 13, ' 190
LINEUP AT ELI AND HARVARD
Prospect for Next Year's Teams Ckod
at Both Schools.
STRONG SUBS FOR ' VACANCIES
Vale Will Lose Barrh, Brldra, Blddle
aad Wkeatoa, "Walla Harvard
Will HUi lerB of Tale
BOSTON, Dec 11 With the echoes of the
foot ball sesaon still in. the ear. the fol
lowers of tha blua and crimson are caat
lnir up the chances of Ell and Harvard for
and from this distance even. It can
be seen that the outlook Is very promising
for a good team In each varsity, Harvard
loses more men than Tale, but there are
substitutes for all the places except, pos
sibly, In the middle of tha line, which can
easily be filled.
Yale will lose Burch. end: Brides, tackle;
Blildle, center, and Wheaton, halfback.
Those left to form the nucleus of a food
team are the star guards, Andrus and
Goebel; Hobbs, tackle; Logan, a clever
end; Corey, a promising youngster, and
Johnson, quarterbacks; Philbln, halfback,
and the reliable Coy, the new captain, for
Then there are Lllley. tackle; Haines.
endCooney, center; Field and Daly, backs,
and Kllpatrlck and Msedelo, the two ends
who-were Incapacitated this season by In
juries. Altogether this Is a good showing..
But there may also be added Vaughan and
Ssvaare, the freshmen ends; Loree, a 210
pound center; Merrltt and Howe, quarter
barks, and Messenger, fullback.
Looking over the Harvard list of who
will be absent through graduation there
are Hoar and Burr, the guards; Nourse,
center; Culler, quarterback; White, half
back; Kennard, fullback, and Withlngton,
' guard. This would be a body blow to
; some varsity teams, but, barring the guard,
i center and quarterback, the Harvard
! coaches ought to fill the places acceptably.
; In. the first place, there Is Dunlap, ah
l understudy of Burr, who has shown ability
j fer the guard vacancy. Lelle. Smith and
Ver Wiebe of the back field, may be ex
; peeled to Improve upon their already good
showing, while Hadden, substitute center,
. will also roturn. Crowley and Browne,
ends; Fish and . McKay, a clever pair of
tackles, and Corbett, the star back, will be
' among the others to be back on the lob,
' so that Harvard should not worry particu
larly, as. there Is a good lot of freshmen
from which to recruit for the vacancies.
won his first laurels on the cycling track. I classed everybody he ever raced In America,
He la still regarded as one of the best In so that now It Is Impossible to find any
the world. I man who can give him any kind of a race.
Ralph De rsJma, the Brooklyn boy who I During the last year Bhrubb has raced
drove one of the Flat oars In the Savannah I against relays of from two to four men and
race and who was eloea op at the finish, I distances from f aur to twelve miles, and
gained hie first experience of track work won easily by laps.
on a motorcycle. Bhrubb has been running for ten years
..-.. . . n1 Rood as ever. He attributes this
DISTANCE. BUN AGAIN POPULAR to bard work and a clean life.
Feata of Hayes. Loaaboat a- TALE STRONG IN TRACK WORK
raaao Kerirr- via upon.
NEW YORK. Dec. 11. -With Tom Long
boat, the Indian, In the professional ranks
distance racing, so popular a decade ago
Is likely to see a big revival. The world
Oaly Six of Old Team Gaae
IMeatr of Babe.
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Dec. 12.-Ta1e ex
Pects to have a well-balanced, represents-
BICYCLE RISERS AS AUTO RACERS
JVew Field Opened I'd for Old-Time
. Speed Celebrities.
NEW YORK, Dec. 12. The great success
which has attended bicycle riders who have
become drivers of racing autos in this
country seems to have opened up a new
avenne of lucrative employment for those
Interested In track and field sports, and It
would not be surprising if In the continued
growth of the auto racing game, particu
larly on tracks, which promles to show a
great Increase In competitors next season,
a great many of those heretofore promi
nent In athletics should turn to this new
Cycling peculiarly fitted the successful
speed merchants to the task of driving
racing car. The quick eye, steady nerve
and endurance to stand the strain of men-
, tal and physical forces are similar In
both lines of sport. Judgment of distance.
time and speed must be good, and the mind
active to form accurate decisions In an
emergency. Strength of arm Is also nec
essary, and this has barred some of the
jockeys from entering this line of sport,
Of the cycling champions, Barney Old-
field was one of the first to drive an auto
In races. He came Into prominence in
Detroit, six years ago.
Tom Cooper, who was killed In an accl
den In Central Turk, but not through his
pwn careles-ne.-s, was another of the cycle
champions In the same school as Old field.
Good common sense and sound judgment
gave him success In the racing car. Eddie
Bald, who held many cycling records, had
three or four years of training as a driver
before he turned his attention to the selling
side of the auto industry.
Joe Tracey, the Loco driver, who was
regarded as the best of the Americans In
the Vanderbullt Cup race two years ago,
wide fame won by Johnny Hayes In the tlve team In the Intercollegiate track world
Olymplo Marathon, Dorando's now historic this coming season. Last spring Yale won
finish In the same race, his recent defeat from both Harvard and Prlnoeton In dual
of Hayes, and Longboat's meteorlo career, meets, and finished third In the Intercol-
are events sufficient to arouse the old In leglate championships after four events
terest In contests of speed andl endurance, had been left bare of promising material
Longboat Is perhaps the most picturesque through the previous graduation. Next
figure In athletics today. He Is a full season but six of the 1908 team will be mlxs-
blooded Onondaga Indian, and was raised lng, and with the entire freshman squad
on the Caledonia reservation, seven mllee available which tied with the Harvard an a
from Hamilton, Canada. He attracted at- Princeton first year teams In the freshman
tention suddenly by winning the historic dual meets, an unusually strong squad ot
Herald Marathon race In Canada when 19 candidates will be out for the coaches to
years old, and came back and won a similar work with.
race the following year. No one had ever uray and Gilbert are lost for the pole
heard of him before this, but subsequently vault event, but with Campbell, Roberts,
he won many famous long-dlstanoe races, Reynolds, Nelson, Osborn and Blelsteln as
among them the twenty-five-mile Boston the candidates, Yale followers expect to be
Marathon. 1 lron n this department. L. B. Stevens,
Lonaboat ran In the Marathon at the "o won both the dashes in the Harvard
Olympic games last year and was among the meet, has been graduated, but there ap-
front runners for about twenty miles, when " oe a weaun ot material tor me
he retired. Long-distance running Is sec- snort distance competitions, among them
ond nature with the Indian.. He can run as won oom ua.nn in m
well with rubber boots on as with the up- Princeton meet; Burch. Butler. Lilly, Hop-to-date
spiked shoes. Longboat Is a natural kins and Blelsteln. For the 440-yard dash.
born runner. He was born In a typical """'-"" ". onyuer. oeymuu.
Indian hut and when a youngster his peo """"""" av,,,e- w""8 ln
pie merveled at his speed and endurance. ""'V'"'- J" " n" , .
With the Hayes-Dorando match profes- , -
atonal running ha. certa the mile and two-mile run?. Spltser. Coney,
boom. It wouldnt be at all urprl.ln to b Ughtner. Haskell. In-
see many great amateur, turn to the f . .
moneyed side of the game within the next
j-"- ii iiii
few months. Hayes and Dorando,' aggro-
gating their sharea of the gate receipts,
floured 17 m the other night. This la
enough to make many amateur athletes
Captain Howe, who won the 230-yard event
In the lntercolleglatea; Robblns. King and
Kllpatrlck. Buhrman and Biglow will be
missing from the weight events. However,
. i.w u.m. err X7i Lit I
jrt mci uui -iiii ' Gocbel. Connev. Greenoua-h. Andrua. Kil
whlcn is aoour as mucn a. u B ...... patr,ck and Peabodr are eligible. Coy.
years at the job he left when he went to Roeyi ReynoW, and wmlamB wU, do the
Lnglana. high luitiDln.. and in broad lumDlnr none
GOLF RECORD WITH SINGLE CLUB Augur, Daoust. Kllpatrlck. Dearborn and
some freshmen being among the posslbill
Jerome Travers Wln Carious tles
In Seventy-Savea Strokes,
NEW YORK. Dec. ll-One of the most INSURANCE FOR FLEET NAGS
remarkable exhibitions of golf ever seen
anywhere was given on a rectent Saturday Business Has Assumed Large Propor
by Jerome D. Travers, national amateur ' tlons In Last Few Years.
champion, on the links of the Montclair new YORK. Dec. 12. The Insurance of
Golf club, when he made the round In I race horses has assumed large propor-
seventy-seven strokes, using only one ciud tlons during the last few years, according
his driving Iron. Over a lunch In the to an agent of the Lloyd's, London. While
club house there were three players looking all classes of horses are insured by this
for a fourth man, when some one suggested company, race horses are considered best
that Travers be taken In to play the best risks. After winning a great race a stake
ball of the three, whereupon an admirer horse gets the same measure of oats as
spoke up and said: "I will bet that Trav- usual. Is rubbed down and tucked away. In
ere can beat their best ball and only use a .tail where he has pure air. clean bed
one club." - ding and plenty of room. This sort of
The result was that Mr. Travers under- treatment is a preventive against colic.
took the task, and after careful study be- which Is sufficient to bar a horse from
tween selecting a mid-Iron, or a driving Hfe insurance. If It were not for railway
Iron, finally took the latter. Played In accidents the payments of death claims
high wind, with the course very rough for trotters and runners would be very
after a period of dampness and Heavy fog, few and far between. Hermls was Insured
1th putting greens abundant In warm for 60,000 iUBt after he won the Suburban
casts, the display of the champion was all handicap. De Laud at one time was in
me more marvelous. sured for 130.000. while Colin carries a
His long-game waa practically perfect policy now for- $26,000. Fair Play, Au
throughout, with the exception of one gust Belmont's star 1-year-old. who Is
sliced shot, the long approach to the fourth now in England. Is Insured for 50,000, with
green. His heaviest handicap was on tho his stable mate. Octagon and Six O'clock
short approach and the approach putt, for $30,000 each. Mr. Belmont's entire
notably on his second to the first, third stable carries a $100,000 poMcy. while H. P.
and eighth greens, and hi. approach putts Whitney's Is Insured for $60,000. W. K.
from Just off the green on the ninth and Vandelbllt's racing stable in France Is also
thirteenth. Those trifling Irregularities similarly protected.
were more than offset by his brilliancy on
the putting greens, where he only needed COAST GETS TRIO OF FIGHTS
one puit on nine greens. Tor a total of
twenty-seven putts oa the round.
BILLIARD ROW STOPS TOURNEY
California! Clubs Schedule Series of
Events for Month, of December.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Dec. U.-Three
Important fights will be pulled off In Cali
fornia this month. The first will be a
twenty-five round &x between Billy Papke
breaks up Grip and
-Wet feet- are the cause' of many
Colds, bbow water especially, pene
trates the stoutest boots, keep your
feet dry and take "Seventy-seven" and
you will be Cold Proof.
i "Seventy-seren" Is a small - vial of
pleasant penets, fits the vest pocket,
25 Cents. All Drug Stores or mailed.
Humphreys' Homeo, Medicine Co., Cor.
William and Ann Streets, New York.
. dec. I" m.
Btiltlsd la Bon. la ItntucVf
4 run quirt: $5,00
8 FULL QUIRTS $8.50
12 Full Qutrti $12.00
Goods shipped ia slaia tiack
at as- Safcolivry saarantcad
uc nwf sack. Make all re-
Chnrsres of Professionalism Causes
Flurry Among: National Amateurs.
NEW YORK. Dec. 12,-Developments In ad Hugo Kelly, the crack tnlddlewelghta,
ine amaieur oimara worm s "scandal - at the Jefferles Athletic club of Los An-
tnreaten to break up the annual national ,6leBi on December 15; the second a twen
urnmeni wmun ty-round battle between Sam Lanaford.
scheduled for next March. J. Ferdinand the colored pugilist of Boston, and Jim
Poggenburg. the IJederkrani club entry, irivnn. ih Pn-hln h......i.ht t th.
ana tawara uaraiifr, iormer nauonai v.,.h,t . ,v,i.,in ik o. n--
" clsco. on December 17. and the third, which
tangle which has caused a sensation In wl bo the big event of them all w, b,
ChlCagO. I -.. , m,,r,H Ksn Al Tf.,,f.
According to the billiard committee of m. , .,ifrnla h..v,ihf .A iim
the Chicago Athletic association, where the n.trv - nM ' ,hloh , nrrt fr
tournament was held last winter, four of cember a at the Jefferle, AthleUc club of
w.e Pmyen. were gu uy or ranK pro- XnKelel. Tbe wlnner of tha ,atter
..-.v...u.b u,..lulc. bout will probably be matched to fight
. " 1v-""-",', the victor of the Tommy Burns-Jack John
nam vi Dun iiwKiKu iiiniiiLaiiica meir
amateur status, but that the other four,
while posing as amateurs, accepted money
for their services.
Besides Poggenburg and Gardner, the
men accused are Fred Conklln of Chicago
and Calvin Demarest, who has just re
signed tho national amateur championship
son battle for the heavyweight title.
LANGF0RD TO FIGHT FLYNN
Colored Pugilist of i Boston Finally
Lands Meet at 'Frisco.
BAN FRANCISCO, Dec. li After trying
to be a professional. According to the ror Mv,r'u monms 10 mauce some oi me
promotere of the Chicago tournament, heavyweights to fight him In a long dls
Gardner. Poggenburg. Demarest and Conk- lanc- 8am Dangford. the colored
lln received weekly stipends. Gardner nurncane pugilist ot Boston, naa nnaiiy
alleged to have drawn down ITS. whil. successful in landing a match. He
Demarest, being a resident of Chicago, got w" 1nea ty 8&m -W- the fight
only 12. The New Yorkers laugh at the Promotor here- t0 me Jlm Flynn. tho
accusation, stating that only their ex- turd' ""ffht" heavyweight of Pueblo,
penses were paid. I t-01-- Ior twenty rounas at a snow to be
Drougnx on oy uerger in tne Dig Auaito
EETCHEL MAY NOT FIGHT PAPKE rlum on the nl"ht of December r,ynn
reveiui ucbv xuvvt,4iiiaf( a;uiiiiviir mm uiui
li 1A JLL
A Single Day's Shipment:
30 Cadillac 30's Shipped November 30th.
TheBe thirty cars were Bhlppcd to the
following points: One, Baltimore; two,
Ogden; one, Chicago; three. Denver; three,
Kansas City; three, Milwaukee; one, Grand
Raplda; one. Atlanta; three, Boston;
three. Utlca; five, Los Angeles; three,
Rochester; one, Brownwood, Texas.
. The Cadillac output la Increasing ex
actly as scheduled. In a Bhort time at least
thirty of these high powered four cylinder
Cadillac "30" cars will be shipped every
Thirty complete cars per day Is a
pretty big output for an automobile plant,
It's true; but when you consider that the
Cadillac Company inherits 50 years'of vital,
practical manufacturing experience; when
you consider that the Cadillac "30" Is ab
solutely standardized; when you consider
that Cadillac capacity means a 4,000 men
plant operating special machinery not pos
sessed by other plants; when you consider
that for the tool maintenance account alone
$60,000 Is spent In a single year; when
you consider that 95 per cent of the entire
car Is built right' here in our own plant;
when you consider that the equipment In
cludes more than 500 especially designed,
automatic labor saving machines which cm
able one man to do with greater accuracy
the work of 4 or 5, or maybe 10 men; when
you consider that the Cadillac organization
comprises 60 distinct and separate depart
ments; you commence to understand how
it is possible for the Cadillac plant to pro
duce thirty cars in a single day, each ex
actly like the other in every essential de
tail. EXPERIENCE COUNTS
It counts in quality.
It counts In durability. .
, It counts in service.
It counts In appearance.
It counts in reduction cost.
Oliver Wendell Holmes whimsically said,
"Training of the child should begin with
CADILLAC THIRTY is the child of
conditions peculiar. to the Cadillac plant;
the child ot an experience which antedates
by a quarter ot a century the construction
of the first automobile. It is the concrete
expression of the ability of a master mind
to produce the highest standard of excel
lence In construction at low cost It is tbe
heir to all the virtues of the 20,000 motors
which preceded It. It compares with its
Becmlng competitors as the product of the
expert of fifty years usually compares with
that of the apprentice ot one, two or tlve
The CADILLAC TniRTV motor ot today
is a better motor than any of those which
preceded It, better In design, material and
workmanship; better made; more efficient;
more reliable, If such a thing is possible;
It possesses at least ten points of superiority
over any other car made in America selling
at less than $2,500. It Is fully equal In
every way, in these ten points to cars Bell
ing at any price.
Hundreds have verified these statements
by actual service. You can verify them by
personal inspection and trial. They are
coroborated by the following quotation of
an editorial In the New York Globe, Mon
day, hov. 23d.
AN AUTOMOBILE THAT
IS WORTH WHILE
The J,ew Cadillac "Thlrly lor 1909
Seasoa Establishes a New
Cadillac Thirty, 4-Cylinder. 30 h. p., $1,400,
Including 3 OH Lamps and Horn, F. O. D. Detroit
LEADS POPULAR PRICED CARS
Obtainable at 11,409. It Is Good Look,
log. Compellable, and Accom
modates five Passengers
The new Cadillac "Thirty," which
sells at $1,400, seem to be the best
value for the money of the popular
priced cars that axe now being shown
for the season of 1909. Not only has
the new Cadillac "Thirty" established
a new standard in automobile values,
mechanically and otherwise, but It also
Is a good-looking car all over, and a
comfortable five-passenger car besides.
GadillaC Motor Gar Coy Member A. L. A. Mm Detroit, Michigan.
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fornia hetvywelght, in a ten-round bout
before the Paciflo Athletic club of Los
Angeles, and aa he showed good form in
that scrap Barger Immediately made htm
Ion. promised Billy Pnpke a return fight, ' ., ' T , J 1 7 I
kJv V. - 7 tlnally accepted. Lang-ford will try and
Match with Barns May Caaia Chaos-
ploa to Break Ilia Proinlae.
BAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 12. -Although
Stanley Ketchel, the middleweight Cham
after he had knocked him out at Colma.
on Thankagivlng day, it looks now as If
Ketchel will not Keep his word. Joe
TKetchV. TrtoT Si CES PERMANENT
get on a fight with Ketchel. the middle
weight champion, if he beats Flynn.
the heavyweights, and nothing would
please him better than to meet Tommy
Burns, the champion.
If Burns will fight Ketchel," said
O'Connor, "we will give him a chance.
and will wait until Tommy returns from
- As Ketchel has already declared that he
will not fight for a few months. the
chances are that he is waiting with the
expectation that Burns will consent to
take him on.
SKRUBB HOLDS FAST EEC0SD
Rarai Title of Mot Remarkable Dls-
. taare Rui'l la World.
NEW YORK. , U-c. 12. Holding every
record from one a',d one-quarter miles to
Brawl Declares Aato Coarse to b
Beat la Valted States.
NEW YORK, Dec. 11-Lewls B. Brown,
vice chairman of the advisory committee
of the Automobile club of America, who
was organiser of tha steamship excursion
to Savannah, aays:
"The Savannah races will undoubtedly
be permanently established In the regular
automobile eventa in this country. Per
sonally I can see no reason why it should
not be an annual event, to bo held at about
the saraa time every year that It was held
this year. It seemed to be the general
consensus of opinion among the foreign
antomoblle men that there Is no course in
America which they would prefer to the
one In Savannah. So far as the steamship
excursion is concerned, it wss so success
twelve, and w!ti performance of eleven fu, that tnree veMeU w, probllbI b
miles and X.1S7 yards in on hour to h's neede), nt ear ,.tead of wo , ord
' - "" to accomodate all who will want to go to
mosi remaraauic iaiance runner me worm I gkvannah in that way."
has ever seen. Ten miles is his favorite I .
distance, but he h. run fifteen miles In BOUT BETWEEN THE FEATITEIIS
close to record tlme-I hour 10 minutes UH
seconds. There is little doubt in the minds I K.sjiLh a Aaatraltaa Chaatas to
ot experts tnat anruoo can oeat eiuier I Meat Befare Boataa Clab.
Doranao or Mayeo over ten miles, dui now NEW YORK, Dec. lt-An Important bout
be would perform over a longer routs, say between little fellows has been arranged,
the Marathon distance.- is problematical. Tn, fighters w'..o will figure in It are Jem
In view or tne ract tnat cngiana has al- Drlscoll. the legitimate featherweight
ways maintained that ten miles is enough champion of England, and Charley Griffin.
for any ma to run, a snatch with Dorando I tne Australian featherweight champion.
aver the historic twenty-slx-mlle route is I Th.v will come toaetrmr In a twelve-
irlr;.nr.i inw nQiinr funllkelv. . Ihrubb baa teen beaten only once, I round battle at a show to be held by tbe
UWaBaatt JUriN DtlUWC 1 , I ,n Out tiru. Il h out. I 1 . Athl.tta .lallnn of Rnatun nn
On Traveling Bags, Ladles' Handbags,
Ladles' Neckwear Foldera, Irfuelo Holla.
Attorneys' Document Holla", Toilet beta
Picnic Sets, Writing Sets, Shaving Sets
Automobile Lunch Sets for parlies o
two, four and six; Folding Drinking
Cups, Flasks, BUI Books, Pocket Books.
Collar and Cuff Casea, Men's Hat Cases
Cigar Cases, Money Belts and Military
Brushes. - 20 discount will be allowed
on all the above mentioned goods untl
Jan. 1, 190V. You are cordially invlteu
to Inspect this line whether you buy or
Tne line comprises many Imported articles, aa well aa domestic, and is tha
choicest to be had. Good Uooda at very low prices.
OMAHA TRUNK FACTORY
1209 FWreiMAIVI STREET
Soo tho Burlington's Farm
Products Exhibit Car
Stands on side-track at east end of Burlington
Depot, Omaha, during Corn Show.
You are cordially invited to visit our farm products
exhibit car, which has returned from a successful tour
. through the Mississippi Valley states.
This car contains samples of the wonderful products
grown by irrigation along the new lines of the Burling
ton Route in the
DIG HORN DASIN
NORTH PLATT'S VALLEY
Come, let us tell you all about the country where these products Were)
. grown, about the price of land, with perpetual water right, where tha
supply of water for Irrigation la nearly three times the amount required.
Let us tell you about our personally conducted excursions and cheap
homeaeekers" tickets on the first ami third Tuesday of each month.
UtJUaATBD HOMESTEADS under ditches constructed by the Oov
ernment at Huntley, Montana, and Powell, Wyoming. The land Is frea
and you only repay the Government the actual cost of irrigating the land.
In ten yearly payments, without interest
D. Clem Deaver, General. Agent.
LAND SEEKER'S INJX)RMATIOX BUREAU,
1004 Farnain St., Omaha, Nebraska.
December . This will be the second time
they hsve fought. In their previous con
test, which was fought at the National
Sporting club of London several months
sgo, drlffin was disqualified on a foul In
the fifteenth round.
JI'CLOUSXEY AT MILWAUKEE
St. Loals National Maaasjer Will 8ue-r-ea
MILWAUKEE, Wis.. Dec. It-John J.
McCloskey, for several years manager of
the St. Luols National league tea.m and
ball player of the old achcol, will manago
the Milwaukee base ball team in iw.
succeeds Bsrry McCurmlck. .
BEITT AND SUMMERS TO EIGHT
Will Have Tweaty-Keaad Boat Be
fore Natloaal Baortlag; Clab.
LONDON. Dec. 11 Jimmy Brltt and
Johnny Summers have signed articles with
the National Sporting blub to fight twenty-thtte-mlnute
rounds On Washington's
birthday. The club provides a purse of
4,000, of which tha a Inner 1 to take
$2,500 and the loaer 1,500. The fight Is to
be at catch weights and there will be a
side stake of JOuu.
LOS ANGELES RACING PROGRAM
rear Moatha' Mces. with Million la
Furaea, I'lanaed for Wlatfr.
BAN VRANC18CO, Dec. 11 Los Angeles
plans to race 121 days this winter, the
meeting not ending until April 24. while
Oakland will continue until May 1. Nearly
Jl.OUO.OOO will be given to tho horse owners
in purses and stakes at Los Angeles, one
feature alone, the Burns handicap, having
a value of 25,0u0, placing It on a par with
ths Brooklyn and Suburban handicaps.
A a Aaolosr.
"Rastus." said the solicitous employer,
"how many times have I told you that
there are no such tilings as ghosts?"
-You s told me dat a heap o' times."
"And yet you go on being frightened!"
"Well, suh. I believes you when- you say
dar sin" none. But my min" keeps tellln'
me dat one o' deseyer dark nights I s
gwlneler see sumpln' dat looks so much
like a ghos dat I can't tell de diffunce
without atoppln' to aligufy. An", boas, I
am' got no preaenoe o' mind whatever!"
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