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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 05, 1912, Image 12

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Sept. 5 he defeated St. Paul,
1-0, allowing six hits.
Sept. -8 he lost to Minneapolis,
5-0, in five innings; gave eight
Sept. 11 he beat Kansas City,t
b-i, allowing four hits.
Sept. 19 he lost to St. Paul, 1-0,
in 11 innings; gave six hits.
At the meeting of the National
Association of Minor leagues in
Milwaukee, G W. Murphy real
izing his mistake asked Manager
Clark of Milwaukee if he would
take money and two or three
players for Watson. Clark would
Manager Jim Callahan p,f the
White Sox offered $5,000 ior
Watson, withoutresult. ,The-Sox
bpss -has not given Up hope, how
ever, and is still making offers to
Clark for Watson.
Watson is an inch shy of six
feet and scales 18Q pounds. He is
a blonde but not of the dizzy
type.. The only dizzy thing about
him in-fact is his speed, and the
way he can hop a fast ball across
makes a truthful-person hesitate
when searching for a comparison.
This, boy pitches with his head
as much as with his armi He has
an assortment of curves that
would drive a burlesque headliner
into a frenzy, and he knows how
to "mix them."
Watson's best pitching effort
was a 1-0 victory in 19 innings,
when he was in the- bushes, and
Eau Claire was his victim.
"Toothache, eh? L'd have the
thing pulled out if i were mine."
"So would I if it wsre yours."
You sit and talk a little while'
Of servants and the weather,
You weaf a .fixed and formal
That's bogus altogether; '
Your worthy self is bored to
, Your victim's not in 'clover,
Atfd when you go, you'll both
' draw breath
And say. Praise be, THAT'S'
over ! -Of
all the silly social shams
The formal call's the greatest;
It bores the Misses and the
The gayest and sedatest,
With dread, we always view it.
And yet it always HAS been done
And so, of course, we do it!
, o o t
"I've a new car that's a beau
ty," said Green. "Runs so smooth
ly you can't feel it. Perfectly
noiseless, no odors; and, as for
speed, it whizzes you can't see
it go by." "My word!" replied
Green's friend. "Can't feel it,
can't hear it, can' smell it, can't
see it! I say, how do you know.
you have a car at
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In Norway people who ate Hot
vaccinated are not allowed tt
vote at an election.

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