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bergris," out of Mitch fine perfume is ni'de.
The dolphin and the pprpolse are smaller whale-like artjrhals.
They are playful and affectionate. They swim together in large
numbers. You ought to se.e what fun they have chasing each-dther.
They can turn somersaults better than you can. Often they come
close to the shore.
BILLY EVANS SAYS
"Heinje" Wagner, the clever
Boston shortstop, does not wor
ry. He enjoys life and accepts
criticism and applause with equal
grace. He enjoys a joke, even at
his own expense.
While Wagner had a hard
time last summer, he is a bril
liant, performer, with a wonder
ful arm, inclined to be a bit er
ratic, perhaps, tut with a man
like' Hal Chase or any other good
"guardian on first, he lias nothing
Last summer Boston used a
new first sacker almost every
week. Wagner cuts loose as soon
as he gets the ball, but with sub
stitutes it became necessary to
change his style. As a result he
made poor throws.
Wagner is busy every summer
explaining that he is no relation
to Hans Wegner. I remember
how he broke the news one day
Jast year. "Heinie" had a bad
day, but lost none of his good
cheer. As he left the park, a fan
asked him if he was a brother of
Hans Wagner of the Pirates.
"Did I resemble him this aft
ernoon?" asked Wagner 'with a
"Only that you were so differ
ent," replied the fan.
''Well, then, it is needless for
m.e to te1!! ybu I am no relation,"
The Chicago Cubs have
signed a chiropodist the first
time Charley Murphy ever
"nrmrxufArrpA tht rnrn "
, THE JOKER
He's the busies of the busy,
A Cyclone Johnny Hump,
Most pestiferous of humans,
And always on th.e'jump. "
In laughter and in tears is he
A genius of his trade,
He finds a smile in everything,
He's never dull and staid.
He's a part of every business,
The lrfe of every stage,
Though it's a fact that often he
Goads many men to rage.
But again he causes laughter
When tears are wont to flow,
And often stops a quarrel
And stays blind anger's blow.
Yes, -we need him every minute,
The Jbker and his kind,
For he helps dispel our errobehes:
And at least relieves the mind,