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not expect him to cut a very wide
swath with the team this year.
Lots of improvement may be. made
with the Yankees. Chance is sure
to do better and will come in for
plenty of credit. . Ahrfost- anything he
dpes with the team will be' an" im
provement over the showing of 1912.
Tinker's proposition in Cincinnati'
is more difficult. Possibly Joe will
"startle the natives, but it hardly
seems fair to expect Tinker to im
prove the position of the team last
year, fourth, during his first season
- IF Tinker is so fortunate as to de
velop a couple of young pitchers who
can go the route, the Red fans may
be singing his praise as late as No
vember. Evers has' his work cut out for
him. The release of Chance was far
from popular. Chance and Tinker
will be missed, although apparently
Murphy has signed up stars who give
the Cubs a different appearance from
that or last December. Under Chance
the Cubs were great, always a pen
pant contender. Evers can scarcely
fall short of thTs mark without censure.
IN BONNY SCOTLAND
She stood close to the blazing pile,
But -got -no burns or blisters
"One race track less," she cried with
. "A grand stand play! Oh, sisters,
We'll show them that they can't con
The right to vote to Misters."
Of the twenty) odd million acres
which comprise' Ireland nearly one
seventh are barren, being mountain,
turf, bog or. marsh. . ? ,
Apparently half the residents of
the North Side disguised themselves
as mysterious strangers and fled
from the Aldine avenue murder flat a
week ago Sunday.
William Howard Taft, who is so
popular in Vermont and Utah, woke
up the other day, yawned and re
marked that there was something the
matter with American courts.
There's something appalling about
the wayGermany goes about its re
form wofk. They soaked a poor gink
six months in jail for dancing the
J. Ham Lewis in the Congregation
al Record says that he once, was just
an ordinary citizen.
Ham is a fibber. No one wearing
pink whiskers and pink waistcoasts
could be termed ordinary
Speaker McKinley ruled against
Hears't, and. now the Hearst papers
are making naughty faces at him."
The Ancient and Honorable Order
of the Blie Goose gave a luncheon
at the Hotel LaSalle today.
The-. Ancient and Honorable Order
of the Blue Goose wonder if Andy
Lawrentee is a, member, and if nbt,
Funny .that as soon as you begin
laying, in uce it turns as cold- as "
Julius RosenWald's charity.
Apparently Kellerman thought he
deserved the. interest on the voting
machine -money, for being honest
enough not to cop. the principal.
Trentonr N.' J.f barberjs have raised
the price of trimming Vandyke
Gee whiz! What would New Jer
sey barbers do if they had J. Ham
Lewis to deal with!
o o -
"Sir," said an irate little, gentle
man of about four feet eleven, inches
to a .six-foot man, "I will have you
know, sir, that I have been well N
brought up." "Possibly," fyas the an
swer, "but you have not been brought
up f art;