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per cent of. their games, The first
named should be better than last
season ; Chalmers came strongest
whea the club lost ground and
Moore, when contented, has few
Oldham, Brennant and Hunt
are left-handers and if the latter
can get control, he will do. He is
better than when he was with
Boston. Oldham is 18, with
bright, prospects. Brennant will
do if the sun isn't too hot.
Seaton and Rasmussen were
coast stars and are well recom
mended. . Back of the plate is Dooin, one
ot the great catchers. In addi
tion there is Pat Moran, who will
coach young pitchers ; "Peaches"
Graham and Bill Killifer, another
improved backstop, who will be
working regularly before the sea
son ends. This quarter form as
good a backstopping department
as the4eague boasts of.
The infield is intact. At first is
Puderus, whose batting was so
sensational . last year. Otto
Knabe, the fiery little second
baseman, is a sensation and Kits
well. Dr. Doolan, at short, is one
of the greatest fielders and throw
ers in the game and in a pinch is a
dangerous batter. Hans Lobert,
at third, is the fastest man in
baseball and a terrific hitter.
The outfield is as it should "be
hard hitting Sherwood Magee,
league leader in 1910, Dode Pas
kert and John Titus.
"Mrs. W. W." says she spilled
some ink on some parlor furni
ture and would like to know how
to remove it. Ink stains on fur
niture' can be removed by touch
ing them "with a feather dipped in
niter solution, eight drops to one
teaspoonful of water.
"How can I 'clean matting? H.
R." The best way to clean mat
ting is to wash it with water con
, "A young housewife" asks
what will brighten up the "kitch
en stove. A teaspoonful of pul
verized alum mixed with stove
polish will give the stove a fine
"Mrs. William B." gives the
following, for qleaning wood
work Save your tea leaves for
a few days, steep then in a tin
pail or pan for half an hour. Then
strain through a seive and use the
tea to wash all varnish paint. It
is also good to use in cleaning
window sashes, oilcloth es and
varnished picture frames.
"I am 19 years of kge and go
with a young man 21 years of age,
who lives out of town. We love
each other and were going to be
married, but he is not making
enough money. I told him I was
perfectly willing to wait. Was I
right? "Lillian." Of course.
You showed your good sense and
faith in the man you love.
The youth who stays up to see
the day break is most likely broke.
himself by that time.
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