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so would waive his. claim to the
estate, inasmuch astSapene was a
lunatic when he made his will. ' ,
But Alf did not do anything qf
the sort, doubtTess-Jiavnig many
ideas",as to what he could do'with
500,000 easy money. He de
manded an inventory ndasked j j$ir,s,
thafcit be held in chancery pendJ
ing the qourt's decision.
Ofcoursethe subpoena wasn't'
served on his majesty in person.
That would never do. But it was
served, on the poor gink who is
Allpnsd s omciai goat in sucn ai-
TY. COBB IS WILLING TO PHAY BALL FOR$l A MINUTE ,.
Tyrus Raymond Cobb, who wants' $15,000 a year.'- i r
Mr. Cobb wants $15,000 a year i would make at least $1 a minute
for playing baseball
He plays about 125- games "a
That would bring him $120 a
A game lasts two hours or less
TKis is,astbry'of Tyrus Ray
mond Cpbb7 frequently billed as,
the greatest player baseball has
ever produced and always re-v,
ferred to as the most advertised
That means that Mr. Cobb I player in the business Franks
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