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Jan. 9 Lombard college at Hull
Jan. 16 Open date.
Jan. 23 Wabash at Hull House.
Jan. 30h-First National Bank at
Feb. 12 Michigan Aggies at Huh
Feb. 13 Peoria at Hull House.
Fed. 20 Janesville at Hull House.
BASEBAXiROMANCE ENDS AT ALTAR
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Mrs. Wm. Schultz and her-pet dog.
Los Angeles, Cal. Less than a
year ago when a 19-year-old girl with
blonde hair sat on the bleachers of
the Kansas City Federal League club
and wept when the manager called
from the pitcher's box a fine looking
young fellow with dark hair, there be
gan a "baseball romance," which
ended in a wedding recently when
Wm. Schultz, 23, married pretty Jean
Gustin of Kansas City.
"It seemed too bad for-themto:
-make Bill stop pitching that day,
said she, telling of the romance. "I
felt so bad I cried, because he had
only allowed two runs anJ three hits
in that inning. But he laughed when
I told him."
Miss Gustin is the daughter of W,
J. Gustin, general claim agent of the
Kansas City street railway company.
She has been employed as secretary
to the' president of the Kansas City
branch of -the American Telephone
and .Telegraph company,