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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 29, 1912, Image 6

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everr chance that- goes within a
mile of his station. The boy is
chain lightening- in the field. He.
never fights, the ball. If there's
lots" of time he gets it about wajst
high and streaks it to the first.
sackdr in a straight line. dxopl
ping it so his partner gets it at?
hi$ knees.
"Everybody's doin' it,1' to the
New York Highlanders. Balti
more of the International league
gave them a sound trouncing yes
terday itfan exhibition game.
4 '
Often, with a fast man burning
up ' the speedways, Weaver
sprints toward the pitcher's box,
scooping up the bobbin as he !
meets it head on, and tosses it to
first. At such times he arrives at
the initial sack as soon as the r
f tinner, but a minute later he will
pe grinning and chewing and
knocking down a nasty bounder
baclc of second. His line of con
versation is continuous during
the progress of a game.
It's mainly up to these two reA
cruits, where the Sox finisii. And '
if Weaver and Rath keep on at(
anywherenear their present pace,
Callahan will have picked Up the "
two most likely looking y9ung
sters who have broken into, the
big tent this year. ' jkj
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. - ! I ' .
N :t
"Buck" Weaver.
o o
Paste this up Qri ..moving day
where it will do the most good:
IdaTarbell. authoress, declares
that man cannot' do woman's
Mav 4ul. diirintr the trreat rar.
ade oLsuffragists; 50 women will
peddle papers 'in New York
streets. "Uxtryfr Uxtrvl All
;abojaye.wimmui giitin' tharel"
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i.pif. .... :i-mL.

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