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Sox that expires at the end of the
present campaign. President Mc
Aleer said he would be paid in full.
Stahl started in the big league in
1903 with Boston. He was sold to
Washington and managed the Na
tionals in 1905. When the Boston
club was bought by Jimmy McAleer
and Robert McRoy last year Stahl
was made manager and won the
American League pennant and
world's championship in his first
year. His contract is supposed to call
for $10,000 a year. He also owned
stock in the Boston team, which he
Bill Carrigan, the chief catcher of
the Red Sox, who succeeds Stahl as
manager, is 29 years old. He came to
Boston from Holy Cross College in
1906, and has never played with any
other team In the big leagues. He
was with Toronto for a short time
in 1907, but was recalled, and devel
oped into one of the strategists of
Fielder Jones, former manager of
the Chicago White Sox, has admitted '
that he was offered $25,000 to pilot,
the Red Sox in place of Stahl. Jones
declined, saying he had been out of
baseball too long to successfully di-.
rect a club as disorganized as the.
Red Sox are supposed to be.
n. y., wensdy kind of a sour
looking guy blowed into one of them
50-cents italian tabble doty restau
rants, give the waiter a hard look,
and told him to do his worst
the waiter slipped him a can of red
ink and a bowl of mystery soup, and
for the time being all was well
next came fish and trouble
the feller sure had some kind of a
grouch, his wife must have left him,
or come back, or sumthing
anyway, he tried to stick his fork
into" the fish, and it wouldent stick,
and he glared at it, and he yelled at
the waiter ,:
when the waiter come, the. feller-'
says, what is this here stuff
that, sir, ansers the waiter, is "filly
sole, hey, hollers the guy, i thought
it must be sumthing like that .
take it away, and see if you can't
get me a nice tender piece of the
upper, with the buttons taken off -
the waiter dident have no idea'
what he was talking about, but the'
man was so pleased with his goak
that he eat the rest of the bill of fair
without a grunt johny
If burning 700 men by Bulgars in tians, we guess that those Balkans
presence of their wives and children had better go back to fighting the
is a feature of war between Chris- infidel Turk.