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makin's, and plenty of time to de
velop. That Boston. American team
under Jake Stahl is creating a
Washington has a winter popu
lation.' made up in large part of
r j stir. They trifnmed the Athlet-
xa again ycatciuciy emu cue iiwvr
but half a game behind the Sox
- A for the lead.
Bumping the Athletics is be
: coming a popular pastime- with
the eastern teams. Mack has the
goods, however, and it is only a
questio nof time until his kids
will be hitting their stride. I
Jake Stahl, manager and first
baseman of the Boston team, is
in a peculiar predicament, Jake
., was hitting at a great clip, but
had to take himself out of the
game because of sickness. Now
, he is all right again, but Bradley,
the rookie who took his place, is
clouting so heavily that Jake is
afraid to put. himself back in the
game as the fans might knock.
"Give me five nickels for a
1 "Going: to play a slot una-"
,s "Nope going to church."
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Marks- How didyou manage
to break yourself ot smoking ?
k 'Parks I acquired a taste for
expensive cigars that I couldn't
afford to buy. ' '
o o ' .
i "What a clever skater she is!"
"Yes, indeed. She can work
her ankle straps loose, any time
she wants to
Among the prettiest
of the visitors is
MissLeslie Page of
Los Angeles, wao
has been spending
the winter there as
the ,uest of the
John Hays . Ham
Judge Gary of the
steel trust is of the opinion that
"12 hours work a day-is. bad forv
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