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and Mann are relief outposts and
Observe Bill Fischer, who did the
bulk . of the Cub catching until he
was injured. Fischer is a fine defen
sive backstop and hVs-4iatting in the
early season games was strong.
And all of these fellows but Doolan
and Mann are hitting the ball fre
quently and safely. They are im
portant cogs in the Cub attack.
So, where there were only six or
seven men in the Federal who would
be wanted by the organized clubs, ac
cording to the dopesters, we find 11
of them on one team, and that team
in the thick of the pennant fight.
This is merely a little yarn to give
the athletes a comeback at some of
the people whose criticism was
strongly tinged with organized bias.
They are showing.up the dope in em
LIFE IN PRISON FOR COUNTESS
Dublin. Life imprisonment for
high treason! This is the sentence
pronounced upon Countess Georgina
Markievicz, said to have been the
chief woman plotter in the Irish re
volt. Her sex saved her from the
death penalty exacted from her male
fellow conspirators, it is said.
COPPER CANT GET AWAY WITH
THIS SORT OF THING AT HOME
Because the copper is the guy who
tells everybody else how they shall
conduct themselves doesn't mean he (,
can always pull the same stuff at
home. This is the tale of a copper
who tried it and failed and landed in
the court of domestic relatiqns yes
terday charged with non-support of
hiswife and two children.
Detective Serg't James Carney of
the 35th precinct, but especially de
tailed to the state's attorney's office
at present, was the copper.
Mrs. Carney said he wouldn't give
her any money on the 1st of May,
that he used such terrible language
around the house that she was
ashamed to have the children hear,
and that he had a vicious temper.
Carney replied by blaming it all on .
the relatives of his wife.
"It's just scrap all the time when
I'm at home," he said. "I don't want
to live with the woman any longer;
I cannot get along with her. Her
relatives butt in and I ordered her
to stay away from them."
"I stayed away from my relatives
for four years and you scrapped with
me just the same," said Mrs. Carney.
"And, your honor, he owns the flat
building where we live and he told
the people in the top flat that he was
the boss and they should pay the
rent to him. He owns another prop
erty that he lets his mother live in
rent free. He makes $119 a month."
Carney modestly acknowledged '
that he owns the two properties sub
ject to mortgage, but said he sold the
bonds that his wife also accused him
"Pay your wife $45 a month and
the rent of this one flat free," or
dered Judge Newcomer.
Glass paving blocks in a French
city street lasted tees than two years;