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"Pi ij ,$yvy-Tr-rt?r$'?t
'like a madman, but Cantillon
"Never mind, boy, I'm for you.
You're a'U right'. Joe assured
j hilfn, and the next day Altizer was
a whirlwind. Cantillon never rep
rimands him, and never permits
the players to get gay, when he
has a bad day.
Altizer fs gingery and fast. He
likes the limelight. He runs about
the field, taking balls belonging
to Ferris, Williams or the leff
fielder. This goes with Cantillon
and Dave is not "called'down." If
the players went after him for
"butting in," he'd be done, as a
player, for weeks.
Umpires say Altizer is a crab.
i He goes to bat muttering like a
squirrel with a nut. Thisis' part
of his, intense determination to
win at any cost At his best, he
is a Trojan mighty at bat and in
the field. He could play for Can
tillon in any company, but he
lacks the complete nerve that
makes the greatest players.
" o o
.' - Generous .
' Pa Embrace-me, Thora, Reg
inald has asked your hand in
'r i marriage.
v , Thora But I don't want to
leave mother, pa. ..
Pa Oh, never mind that, Talce'
11 her along-with you.
o o -,
Boy Dad, when a thing is
bought it goes to 'the buyer,
Boy Then how is it whervyou
vbu coal it goes to the cellar?
CRANKS AT CEREMONIES
Wichita, Kan., Sept 19. Carrf
dinal Gibbons is being closely
guarded from cranks by the police
Mrs. Myra McHenry, a suffra
gette, threatened to slap the pre-3
late last night if she could getl
close enough. 1
"I am a forerunner of the dev-f
il," she told the crowdr"and if I
can reach Cardinal Gibbons I
shall slap him." J
The police arrested her before
Cardinal Gibbons left St. Mary's
cathedral, which he is here to ded-3
icate. She was waiting for him
outside the door. i
One-third of the Catholic hier-I
archy of the United States, head
ed by Cardinal Gibbons and Arch-'
bishops Ireland and Glennon, igf
here to attend the dedication cer-
NEW YORK FLYERS TO GO-
Eighteen-hour flyers on theS
Lake Shore and Pennsylvania!
railroads between Chicago and
New York will become 24-houifi
trains within a few weeks. -J
The news of the change came?
unofficially, but there is little rea
son to doubt- it. I
Recently, there have beem
scores of accidents to the fastest,
trains in America. The railroad
managers have been holding!
meetings about-it trying to decide t
what to do. "'" I
According to today's dope,'
they have decided that the sacrw
fice of human life is too great to
maintain the 18-hour schedulei