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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 19, 1912, Image 19

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the air, and went through the
game as though he hadn't jusC
btbwn in from some side-station
burer down south. Today will
prove whether or not he is a
morning glory. irr
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sj y . .
humiliating tKe great Ed Walsh
before a record crowd. Baum
gardner at the time appeared to
have all the requisites of a good
pitcher. He was steady in the
pinches, had the Sox popping in
i 6-
.1.1.1. H. .! Jr d! iv ilc i Jr All
A. J. Stanley, who won the gold and silver belt presented by,
Richard K. Fox for the all 'round cowboy championship in "Thefi
Rodeo" held at Los Angeles recency. $10,000 was given in prizes
to the various riders, but Stanley made the largest individual win-
ning, amounting to $1000.
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Mr. Henpeck: Is your beef ten
der today?
Butcher: Yes, sir; its lender a-.
sa woman's heart.
I Henpeck: Theh I'll take some
sausage. - rtinfr all out of patients.
First Doctor r I hear your prac-
tice is becoming very small. vi
Second Doctor: Yes, I am get-ft

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