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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 10, 1912, Image 7

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344 West Eighteenth Avenue,
who knew her when she was a
toddling infant in Shelbyville,
Ind , and told the story, saw 'and
recognized her.
Over in 'Hungary a theater
-manager makes short patrons sit
in front rows and tall ones in the
back. How about Mr. Very Long
and his little wife?
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When a-pitcher sees these hands curled around a bat in this
manner he says a brief prayer4 and" hopes the.ballisn't hit out of the
lot. The hands are. Napoleon Lajpie's. He is Cleveland's second
baseman and a great.natural batsman. .
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When your-storsach'.aches be- We feeJng5onlyjn the. gul
causeyou're "Hungry, yWre n&t. f let, saysltahan;physiciaa

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