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1 ii m r WIVES OF FAMOUS WORLD'S SERIES LEADERS Copyright by Underwood & Underwood. ' Mrs. Connie Mack (wearing glasses) and Mrs. John J. McGraw. None of the rabid fans Who attend the world's series games between the Giants' and Athletics will be more deeply interested in the outcomeof the games than the wives of the fa mous leaders, Mrs. Mack and' Mrs. McGraw. Both women are ardent fans and know baseball. It is said Mrs. Mack is the only person not on the team who, can interpret the signals of her husband as he wigwags with his pro .gram from the bench. Mrs. McGraw is as deeply interest ed in the Giants as Airs. 'Mack is in, HER husband's tean. She is a regu-' lar attendant' at the game when the Giants are in New York and will oc cupy a box seat during the world's series. t t o o A REMINDER "Now, my little man,"' said a local golfer pleasantly, "I suppose your papa has told ydu 'about the day he and I played in a great match?" "Yes, sir." "Ah! That was a great day; I' knew he would never forget it ' Does he often speak of it?" "Yes, sir he says you. borrowed five dollars from him that day and never paid it back!" KsEj&wr Jiffiri? '