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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 27, 1912, Image 18

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UhisShere hamlet is a kind of a
rpiri in the first place, you can see
he lias got rooms to dentin his at
tick first crack out of the box
his pa ust to be-lcing of den
mark, but hamlet's unkel he want
ed to baking, so he-put sum pizen
in the king's ear, and give it out
that a snake Had stung him, caus
in him to croke
so then the unkel got to be king
"- o-
id Burners hflr:ai
gtinf along 'ver? $eet tWJ
kmgs gost bobbed up and tola
hamlet wot had been pulled off
then there was things doing ui
denmark, bejeeve me, hefoar the
play was over hamlet killed the
king 'and 2 uther guys, the queen
got pizened, hamlet's girl jumped
in the lake, and hamlet hissell
was (ewn in a duel
my goodniss, the stage looked
like a battle of bull run in the
last ackt, blame if it dident
Yesterday was an off day for
all of the White Sox, butspe
c'iallyso ior Del Paddock, re
cruit mfielder, and Tom Carney,
who was after a catching berth.
These two aspiring young men
were cut off the South Side pay
roll. Paddock returned to Du
buque, and Carney goes to the
Lincoln Club of the We$tern
'league, wjiich is a step jup from
jhis last year's company.-
Both youngsters gave promise
of developing into'live wires, and
undoubtedly Cal's .scouts will
watch their progress this year,
with a, view to bringing them
back to the big show next spring
if they warrant it. By x letting
these two, go, Callahan has cut
his squad to Ihe required limit,
and no more pruning will be done
for some time, if at all. It is'
"quite likely the presentpay draw
ers will be -carried through the
TheSoxare in Itetroit today,
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lAn w i i . Jfcw . j-Ji. -..s. .:,
IliMit m 1 1 ' '11 i afJ i ML i finlmi& i
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yesterday's game with Cleveland
being prevented by rairv F'l
Walsh is due to pitch, to-be fol
lowed by Scott, Lange and Benz.
The American Olympic -executive
committee has announced
that all athletes competing at
Stockholm, must wear one-quarter
sleeves in their athletic
shirts and running trunks that
reach ,tp the knees. Thisv action
was prompted by the criticism
that the costumesiof American
athletes verged on immodesty.
Probably bald-headed men will
be compelled to wear hat.
McGraw and his giants are
causing some stir by the showing-they-have
heen making lately,
winning their Jat seven straight
games. This, howeverhas been
done against the weaker teams of
the ast, and a thorough test of
their prowess will notbe had until
.they swing around the western
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