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hid a lot to doAvith the National
jOidringi Baker' and Barry of
the Macks ..each drove out two
hits. Athletics-had a chance to
ik in ninth, bat lost through
headless base running.
Ohio may be the. "mother of
presidentsr"'but it treats its base
balljnanagers like orphans. Hank
-jO'Day and-Harry Davis please
I s'y y'know, 'Arold 'Ilton of
Lunnon was beaten jolly well
" right, two up and one to play,- bys
Bertie Waldo of Connecticut in
the national golf tourney at
. Chick Evans and Warren K.
Wood, two Chicagoans, are now
favorites for the title.
Johnny Coulon, bantam champ,
is ready for his fall campaign in
the ea'st, according ta word'from
his summer camp. He plans to
fight Frankie Burns at Kenosha
before going to New York' for a
bout with Kid Williams. A,match
with Danny Webster in St. Louis
is. also carded.
Ad Wolgast denies he has re
ceived an offer to fight Willie
Ritchie, and says the rumor is
"$oine of Billy Nolan's idle
Words." Ad declares he is will
ing to take Richie on after bis
match with McFarland.-" '
Ralph VYorks has been releas
ed by Detroit to Providence of
.the International League
Trie Emersons would like to ar
range indoor baseball games with
teams averaging 15 to 17 years.
Address T. Bcebe, 1939 Madison
tffet. , t
Joe Jeannette, claimant for the
heavyweight title, who took a
beating from Jeff Clarke in Pitts
burg Labor day, has been match
edto meet Tony Ross of New
castle, Pa., at the Garden A. C,
New York, Monday night.
1 cup butter; 2 cups sugar; 1
cup sour milk; 1 even teaspoon
soda; pinch salt; 2 eggs; 1 tea
spoon vanilla; flour to handle.
Cream- sugar and butter; add
eggs without being beaten, then
milk into which has been put the
sqda, salt, flavor and. last the
flour. Roll as Soft ascan be han
dled. Bake quick.
, Molasses Cookies.
1 cup lard; 2 cups molasses; 1
cup brown sugar; 3 cupsi sour
milk; 1 teaspoon ginger; salt; 3
small teaspoons soda in flour; 1
srnall teaspoon soda in milk; 3
eggs; flour to foil soft.
1 cup sugar; 1 cup butter; 3
eggs; 4 tablespoons sweet milk;
teaspoon soda; teaspoon
salt; 2 cups flour; 2. cups dry oat
meal; 1 cup raisins; flavor and
' Caramel Cookies.
2 cups maple brown sugar; 1
'cup butter; 3 eggs; S' tablespoons
water; 2 teaspoons baking-powder;
teaspoon soda; flour to
roll soft as possible; 1 cup hick
ory nut meats.
Moires will be used for trim
ming and outer garment"? "0"1J5