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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 22, 1912, Image 9

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Marty O'Toole let us
call him the $22,000 beauty
just once and send it to the
cannery will be one of
the most talked about
players in the National
league this year.
When O'Toole goes to
Hot Springs with Pitts
burgh "war correspond
ents" will begirt filing'
the condition of his salary
arm; later he will be
"mighty good" or "horri
bly bad"; Barney I)reyfus
will be a "wise head" or a
poor guesser, as the spit
baller succeeds or fails.
Any way you look at it,
O'Toole is sure to have an
interesting time. Photogr
raphers will pose him for
"action" pictures; he will
be worked for "signed
stories" for newspapers
and probably will be
sought by the manufactur
er of a carbonated summer
drink for a recommenda- L
tiorf one of those. "I
drink Bunkine (signed)
Marty O'Toole," things.
($100 check.)
When . the big rings
closed their doors last fall
O'Toole's pitching arm
was bein nursed as tender-'
ly as the heir-apparent toa
throne. It was kinked, or rusty,'
or something like that, and the
outlook for a big 1912 season for
Pittsburgh's Tiigh-priced one w.as;
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Marty and His Dog
as,bright asa" tunneb that" bends
farthe middle.
O'Toole, . h'oweverspent much
of the winter " with bone-setters
'and music manipulators and re
ports his'bread-winner- 'working
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