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WILL THIS PAIR SMASH DENVER CLUB'S STRING OF PENNANTS
Josh Clarke and "Larry" Lejeune
of the Sioux City Western League
team are chiefly responsible for that
club's position far in the lead of the
league and in possession of the near
est thing to a cinch on the pennant.
Josh Clarke, a brother of Fred
Clarke, is manager of the club and
a bloomin' good man at the job. "Lar
ry" Lejeune is the largest man in the
league and the heaviest sticker, be
sides. He manages to hit about .400
The Sioux City club, if it wins, and
it surely will, keeps the Denver club
Hrom getting the fourth pennant in
row. Jack Hendricks got three of
lem for James C. McGill, but Johnny
Coffey, his successor, will probably
RIGHT AND LEFT
Bathing Girl Some people are
shocked because I wear my skirt so
short;, but I've a perfect right, don't
Fresh Old Salt An' yer left is
pretty good, too. Judge.
-t o o
ALL AT SA
"I heard the roar of guns afar!"
Said nervous Sailor Gotch;
He simply heard another tar
Wind up his dollar watch.
New York Mail.
raw up in second place.
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