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sion that his opponent, Senator ilorehead. opposed the reform meas
ures eraeted by the legislature of 1907. II- even goes to the lengtr -ot
trying to make voters believe that ilorehead voted asaiEst them.
When Croat ed by the faet that llorehead was not a member of the
1907 legrislature, nor of any other save that of 1911, Aldrieh hedges
and says: '"I meant that if he had been in the legislature then he
wrould have opposed those measures.97 All of Tfhieh is one more sam
ple of the Aldrit-h methods of campaigning.
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Walter Johnson, the Terribie Swede."
"UTkm mxsld tlo VTashinjrfon team
todar 'vitlt Walter Johnsoa sad
loa Wood. tb t'wo greatest pitcbers
at the same, both Yorfctes oa Grif
Sth'S pitrfliUS EOlS?
It iras fate, or rather fate tn the
sgnise ot poor basiaesa ability, that
prereated thesa two twirliBS stars
from being teastate oo the Wash
In the spring of 190S, the Kationals
plajed aa exbibiUoa game ia Kansas
City and Jo Can ti Hon -ratcbed a
yoaas pitcher strike out seven ot the
aiae batsaaea that faced aim la the
last three inningrs. Tbo name ot this
roaas Player -was Joe Wood. Caa
tnioa made arraasements to secara
Wood right thea and there. The Wasb
tastoa'inanaser vas given to aader
staad that Yhea the time came to
dispose ot Wood, the National enib
would be gtvea first chance.
Caatiuoa allowed the prospective
deal to so at that and during the sum
mer Boston purchased Wood without
Caaulloa ever betas consulted or si
ea a chance to bid for Wood.
With Wood and Johnson oa . the
pit chins staff the Washington dab.
with its present field and batting
Joe Wood of Boston,
strength, probably would have woa
the American Leasae pennant. I
And how sweet that world's series
would have looked to Griffith with, j
that dependable pair in harness.
ST. PAUL WAS BASEBALL FAN
WelehoBoe led the Son therm leagne
tn battins this year with an average
Frank Chance talks right out from
the shoulder when be has anything
to say at all times.
One hundred and fifty-seven runs
went made In the New Tors: State
tensile during the last season, s
. Tfe Athletics will talte a Cuban
trip this faS, leaving tor Havana oa
October St to be gone about three
President McAleer ct the Boston
Red Sox. was a member ot the Cleve
land team when it woa the Ten? pie
cap series tn lSKk.
Horace Fc$el is ia favor ot a con
trad, to pay his yooag pitcher by piece
wors. Horace mast think, a bait team
is jest like a sweatshop. i
It now develops that the Giants won
the pennant beeaese they woa the
most most games. They're making
new discoverjea every day.
Taylor, ladiaaapoUs pitcher ia the
American association, had a lovely
seasoa. He worked ia aine game
aad didn't get a bit or a win.
Although the fans like to encour
age a youngster ia learning they do-
not care maca about having to sit
through three or tour boars ot game
to see aim do it.
Tris Speaker, the all-round seas
Uoa ot the year. naUke Cobb, does
not play to the grandstand ia ruing
after the ball, but leaves out all the
frills and fancy work.
Cmpire TJineea states as bis official
opinion that the Highlanders will go
some next year. He believes that the
team as It stands today is not greatly
taf-rior to the Red Sox. (
Winning the National league pen
nant this year wish the Giants, Mo
Craw will eeaal the late Frank O.
Seelen ee viable record of maaagmg
tv National leagne champions.
Players From Four Major League
Teams Hear Divine Liken Game
to Biblical Incidents.
The Rev. Dr. Christian P. Rebmer.
pastor of Grace Methodist church, said
in a baseball sermon on 'Yoire Out."
the other Sunday evening la New
York, that the "Bible is the book ot
rules tor the game of life," and he
was sure that St. Paul would bar
been a fan bad the game been played
in bis day.
Br. Reisner went among baseball j
men to get material lor nis discourse
and talked with 49 players. He also
found time to read Matty's famous
"Pitching in a Pinch." It was estimat
ed that more than 1.004 persons were
in the church, including several
Giants, Dodders. Pirates and Cardi
nals. Dr. Reisner said:
"Every baseball player must be
caref&l ot bis morals. Xo gritty play
er wants to be put out. That is why
be wants to fight the umpire. Many
get put out of the playing permanent
ly when it might be avoided. That is
equally true la life's game.
"St. Paul was interested la all ath
letic sports ot his day, and used them
as illustrations to carry bis truth. He
feared that after preaching to others
be misbt be a castaway, that Is an
nat 3m thvt en. B idaved to win.
That is what we most do." !
"Being pat out." the dergyman said, j
"is due to overanxiety." I
Cleveland Gets Uebold.
Ta Cleveland dab announces that
the national commission has awarded
it Outfielder Uebold ot the Milwaukee
American association team. Prior to
the annual drawing Cleveland put in
drafts for Iebold and ChappeQe ot
Milwaukee. The Chicago Nationals
drew Shortstop Russell Blackbarae ot
Milwaukee in the draft. They can
celed the draft and he was awarded
to the Chicago Americans, who also
canceled. Cleveland, next la line,
Colliaa Makes Record,
-Kddm Odhas eetahnshd a new
record tor the Amerieaa league, ptt
fermg six bases ta one day. This was
on Cstohar Koober at Detroit.
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have them do your work. They are experts in their line and
make it a point to do good work. Mr. Gus Demma has full
charge and his reputation as to good workmanship in our city
is generally known. Drop in, Gus will be glad to see you.
Harness, saddles, collars, nets, pads everything' for the
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