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WHAT A QUESTION!
with a victory. He had very poor
The Tigers won a game yester
day, following up their two-day
strike by trimming Washington.
Johnson and Mullin opposed each
other, and each allowed but two
hits. Mullin was the steadier and
deserved to win.
Even the lowly Browns wal
loped the Athletics, Eddie Plank
was the box victim.
The -Cubs were wild on the
bases yesterday, Stealing six
times on the aged arm of Eddie '
The Giants evened up on the
series with the Reds yesterday,
intrenching themselves safely in
Fred MerMe snagged three
hits, and all produced results.
Pittsburg and, Boston indulged
in a walloping contest, the Pirates
making IS hits and the Beans-14.
Byrne was the hitting star, with
four safe cracks. Five pitchers
took part in the slaughter.
Gregg and O'Brien had a great
pitching duel in Boston, the local
lad outpointing the Clevelander.
ThcNaps made three hits and the
. Red Sox four,
Johnny Kilbane and Jimmy
Walsh fought a ten-round draw
in Boston last night. The cham
pion received the greater punish
mentj.but was too-fast for Walsh.
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She of '07 'Now, that you are1
through, do you honestly believe
that a college education helped
He of 06 Helped me! Welf,
yesterday I signed a contract to
coach ;the Montbraska University,
football team for a period of fives.
A Boston man eats a hot mince
pie and drinks a quart of cham
pagne every" morning for breakfast.
If they want to keep hinfroin,
hitting spectators they'd bettec