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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 22, 1912, Image 19

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leaving Walsh, Cicotte, Benz and
iPeters the only pitchers with the
Of these, Walsh and Cicotte
are the only ones dependable.
Del Paddock, the infielder who
j.- " was with Sox at the start of the
T) season, has "been brought from
Pitchers Martina and Brandt
of the Beaumont, Texas leagtje
team, Have been sold to the Bos
ton Americans.
Jess Tannehill, ex-White Sox,
has been made manager of Chilli
cothe in the Ohio State league.
Will also acts as scout for the
Clemons, pitcher from New
Buffalo, la., reported-to Manager
Chance at Cub park yesterday.
Pitcher Eugene Moore of Gal
veston has been sold to the Cin
cinnati Reds for $5,000. He has
won 21 and lost 4. this season.
Packey McFarland and Eddie
Murphy have signed for a ten
round bout at Kenosha about the
middle of August.
Negotiations are under, way
which may result in a meeting
between Al Palzer and Luther
McCarthy in New York some
time in the near future.
"I was getting measured for a
suit of clothes this morning," said
young Sissy to his pretty cousin,
"and just for a joke,you know, I J
asked Snippon if it really took
nine tailors to make a man. He
said it would take more than nine
tailors to make a-man of some
people. I thought it was 'quiic
Miss Laura Merriam, daughter
of the former governor of Minne
sota, and Congressman Theran E.
Catlin of St. Louis, Mo., whose
engagement has just been an
nounced. "Miss Merriam is prom
inent in Washington society.
o o
Mr. A. A more deserving
medical man than our friend Rich
ard does not exist. He very fre
quently accepts no fees from his
Mr. B. You don't say so?
Mr. A. He generally settles
with the heirs. '

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