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- - X - . j ' mrf.ssf Shaiare for JIG. r??5- - - dear, you have always wanted volume "BFakespearefor use aahdy in your club papers. Don't you think we'd beUer take this one?" "But we have Shakespeare." "Yes, I know, but it's so cumber" some in one volume. We can send the old one to brother Marcus and " ... "Rear, I see that the table linen is on this. floor. Suppose we go there now and get the rug afterward." Prof. Sparrowkins deprecated his wife's impatience, at this point. ' "We have all the afternoon," my dear, and I don't often come out with -- you. Which would you rather or five of, the latest novels?" "Oh, Shakespeare, of course." said Mrs. Sparrowkins, keenly aware that she was president of the BlbomYngton Society for Mental Improvement for Married Women, and so the" Shakespeare set was added to the list of things "to" be" charged w deposit ae- count 4242. . . . - . They now started for the napery. department, "hut cu the way ", they passed througtr the"7eiitteTrtfeparr-men- t and that reminded Prof. Sparrowkins that he needed, a, new. razor. "A cheap onewill do' .sa) he to the clerk; "one about a dollar, with a rounded edge." "The rounded edges don't .come in e cheap styles," said the .clerk"," "Now here is a 'triple-branSheffield steel one, warranted for five iears, a strop with each, razor,, that was four dollars, but they have been "My By Cbarles Battell Loomis I (Copyright by W, O. Chapman.) The way wires sjend money is There isn't a something shocking. single literary visitor to our shores, be he from England or France or Germany who does not notice-- it. Prof. Sparrowkins was so convinced of it after reading an article on the bjoft that when his wife signified .,,r Intention "of going 'to the city to household arbuy some necessary ticles, he, having a day offr decided to go along with her, in order to act as a balance wheel. " They have a deposit account in the department store at which they deal, and before starting out. Mrs. Sparrow-kimTtoId her husband that there-wa" JIGon deposit." - "And how much do you intend to, s spend?". "Well, there's, the rug that we must have tinue to stub their toes in the old rag ; in the parlor-that we have-no"Yes, yes, that's al right. Get a new rug. Twenty-fiv- e dollars?" "I sawra very decent one for fifteen: domestic," said Mrs. Sparrowkins "Ah, that's what I like: I'm glad to leeTB a Vy o ii" are" fry! n f "16" ecofiom i ze A ?15 one will do. perfectly well because our friends know" we're not No one expects a college " . f xn A rw? : J 17 I- , '- - - i? ' ' a 91 u - - $ , , ' v . ' f' 1 v x V " fi 5? H t I-iV- ? - -- 3i ' TftrirhE 5tf P" -- r -- S"S d SV ss I'? s3? ia UJ - - tj! .3ii ,9 7 fls S8- -. - ' ;j i. :: it it ftSs " ; xi od 4"- I as iii wi - R'l :: ii A gl.gtiv - 6- t rf kJ 'Isj SfgijJ 8 : SnJlf i--IT- n s " T"l t .t i?.!.:!' Is i - ai - ls& 3 J- w ' ; T7 IfrirTT'Vi 1 Z " si' : ..g5. - z -- "i !2 - - ? a Si :; -- & s C a - I? If . ' i Uttftil- tf i a- . - At f JD M " :y 5 -- . rt- Ss1 tfi.ii I , ziZi jfcrf .trffa-- i -J -- Au-reli- -- Su"! IL - -- - J?i Q -- j . - - j.4 have-Shakes- peare, , t II fV ll . , , -- V; Jx&f 'I - 1 JJ ?v V 4 X' i T"" SJ' - -- 1 P liTiT "Ti .... .ftj iw ig-- i t n fcS- - t -- :''li J - Popular. -- definitions" of an amateur vary to Buch an extent in different branches of sport. A man may be a professional under the strict interpretation of the rule, and a simon-puramateur to- ail intents and purIt is saidilhat poses the words "has been a professional" will , prove particularly offensive to many, as they will bar many golfers who, so far as golf is. concerned. Are e - Hder-anoth- marked down to three Just "to advertise them, and we have just "two left couIiLdqSjl -razorwears out: A" good LasJxuUr,jamateur asplayers it is it argued, Therefore, slblybe. s razor any weat whatever. line II you don't; like this you aa return hardly, seems falror just that the should be drawn so" hard and; fast as it, but. a cheap razor is not guaranto carry out the "principle of "once a teed, and you may be, out your dollar ' professional always a professional." : if you get one," U,'JajB,oUikeJy JiatWsLJdicaLnils rof.prrowfcrBsay-iWTHgch'iTnbe adopted by the' United States wll immehe words these that pressed by In the event that Golfv.association. e razor and was only diately brought-thit will eliminate however, adopted, from picking up "the7"olher a prevented of number" leading golfers" of the one for "Brother Marcus Aurelius" because hl3 wife had hastily gone after east from amateur play. One of the most prominent golfers who would be. tablecloths. Sparrowkins was" shocked at that the affected by this rule is; John M. Ward, But on his. way" after her he passed i and at first seemed to" think that a who 'was formerly a professional base paae enwter atnh trpltf uf dullai's apleu; would be; a tug'BooUoBal-boe- k ball player. Mr. Ward now plays golf air price, but he finally remembered the need o three sections immediately for recreation and the pure love of the that the one ; the faculty had given to became so crying that he hurried after " " sport. his wife to get the transfer card, and the president's wife had cost $30. to enforced the law is If. this pew. secbecame ,' the owner of three proud "What else are you getting?" tions for less than ten . dollorsr Mrs. letter, the field for championship golf "I absolutely' need a walking-skirts tournaments in the west will be sadly Sparrowkins" looking on dubiously.' May I have de.pletea.'L.Thfc "rule regarding an. ama" " -- When' 'these' had charged up, teur must of 'May - yon ? " Of course." Get wd." necessity be stricter in l!Let's .home'-.go will --be sufficients "Nor dear-en- e ' said.. she 1 am. ad one another, -Forien dollars I can get tne that "will glad- - you've, had a. ac: he should and each sport governed afternoon." . . Jast" 1.' clean to Its it ;needs cording "Yes, but the tablecloths!" wen, ina.i is cerwuniy cueup, emu and pure. answer For Mrs. shirtadded a "How muclrls Sparrowkins Sparrowkins.". The matter of adopting the anjend-men- t of cost the the and up books, the razor waist, by the way?" regarding "amateurs will most "Five dollar wlHjget. a very prett? the book cases o4d It came to 37. meet-IH- g I .thltvky. 1ear. that I pa !!SJ?ch D J! likely be brought up'a.t the next nn " ortBeeXecTniveptninmeeor"tne Sparrowkins whistled. ' "Fifteen dol- the rug and darn the tablecloths, and U.1 S. G." A." And so criticism has lars for a whole suit, and I pay twenty-f- perhaps a walking skirt won't be nec- been aroused over much the action of the now the ia so that was ive essary I slopor thirty! walking Perhaps W. G. A. It is likely that the amendny.. J'JI" use' the .trolley s more"; extravagant wrong in -- thinking-you ment will he placed on the table to be ' but I think I'll go along. Yon might . And . Prof. ..Sparrowkins Lwent' ham decided at the "annual meeting of the be tempted to get other- things, .and fluite certain that his wifa Tag not as association" . nexr'yearT there's no telling when I can make extravagant as some women." another deposit We're likely to have . - Vie . Wfllia Back In Fold, a ten per cnt. cut la our salaries becWhen Wanderlust Awakes." ause-old Victor Willis, the crack pitcher of .Slacer dida't leave us "You know" the sensation- that i after alLLeft called in German- - wanderlust, I sup- the Pittsburg National . league cluh, tothe ' Baptist' college." pose?" he asked. ":At leaBt if you will" again play" with that team - this They were ,soon In town, and on don't know it you'must have heard the year, "despite assertions , that he- will their way .to the elevators that lie Just phrase. It's too common. - Well, It is retire from basebalL-'- . Wlina has been beyond the book department queer what things will atir up in a holding out for more money. Several "Urn,"" said Prof. man's mind that desire to tramp. For weeks ago Willis received & contract Sparrowkins; Preyfiw fintnr woTJianTthla- "wrar few books fof "Chribtmas presents all flags up and smoke pouring out of ary for the coming weason at $4,100. for next year? They-com- e cheaper ' the funnels doesn't make me wish for tie refused to sign. It Is said he wants a trip abroad,, but let me' see an pld f 5,000. - Friends of Willis say .he .now." ' would sign for $4,500 and they believe Mrs. Sparrowkfnsr thought. that this tramp unloading at a docl; somewhere, was looking a long, way ahead, and the noise of the jvinclifra and - the this figure will be secured by the . -' cries of the workmen "Ah, my dear, there is nothing awaken that rest- pitcher, " forehanded. , Tut, - tut, tut! less feeling,; -- Look at that!. Gibbon's 'Decline and - "Then, again,' I- - know- - another-m- a Pietz to Manage Colonels-- Fall of the Roman Empire' . for. 15! whn gets to hobo feeling only when be The Louisville baseball team has Ah, thatjs a bargain! I've, always smells soft coal smoke. . If he's on a signed "Heinle" FeiU of Cincinnati to wanted that." ferryboat crossing the riyer or in a manage that club for the coming seaMrs. Sparrowkins suggested some- train, going "to1 some place like Yoqk-er- s son, PI etz was a member of the old what Irrelevantly that the rugs were' or Peekskill it's all one to him. St. LouLs team when Chris Von ,der ' . '., . ' upstairs.- Merely the smell of the smoke makes Ahe owned the club, ' - -- - r""' dear, I know," said Prof, Sysr him want to "wand-cr.ever-ahow- it-I- " J " -- U?17Y:i"":iZrTL -- "1n" Tranch-oTBporTwto-- t ta-ke- j O 1- :: t w r - w . . i rfa" -"- ft Than Perfect Under- standing Between All Members - of the club. I S.W -- j I iIf For instance:- - There is a man en first with but one out. If the base runner decides to try for second he should first Impart this information to the batter, so that the'Tnanat the plate can in any- - legitimate wayHeip-hin- Li reach the base In safety. Or-v- lee "el : J 5 o o - I mi "C f? t t .":- -. , l jj & ! K . . ITT I ! . rf ' S3 "i: H f , i " " E S Jjo 2 h - i i! & f 3 S ' t i TT 430 StfJl'i-s : !t :i :; 15 '9 u i" : ! i f f f S k . - -- - ' r , ;iitKp" I sH P .. - -- - i . - -- .' - i ' ' : !i it - CtfS M h w c; j K ff felf : : - 5 s- fMil !ja" a iis3.'erfw - ijsj o play. n.' SER g?!..... mi -- J-5 J . B I s . More "What constitutes team work?" is a question ot ten Bsked. The fans are constantly reminded that this feature of a club's play is one of the most important essentials.. .. Naturally they wonder what really constitutes team play and hence the reason the above question is bo, often asked. Team work is nothing more than a perfect understanding between all the members of a elub as to what is going to be done on any particular ' i - a- ... !frf Ssrf' 3" - . : : ' r-- IX WHAT CONSTITUTES TEAM WORK IN NATIONAL GAME OVER AMATEUR RULE Nothin8 fj : 'g. . r- -y i , GOLFERS ARE WORRIED New Definition Adoptetfby Western Golf Association- - Is Not "(D t 4 ( J ." V or".?f Vjjof Ss ' ; aa '- sfai' -' efi Z 5a itti , in i. ...T.asi C; f- rv ed It ,ts - wide-awak- . ill.. ?i , aig- - 5 w time aae this bia Bulaarian wrestler fias MoVfott'ar rrtalcfi and" he is"c6nsr3erd'6ne 0? the besf forefgn wrestlers Closs students of the game declare he is a whcyver visited this country. wonts champion, worthy fee of Frank Gotch, he hiS 'oJS -- , .... .,.' Since ..j "his arrival 'in America sorr si.3 O z 0 MMiiiiiiMMMtMMtiiis - Fifteen professor tl be a millionaire, dollars. And what else? "Well, our tablecloths are all holes.'- -- without - table"Why --can we'-- do cloths altogether?" "Titus Sparrowkiiis, what would your mother have said to .'such a thing as that? Tablecloths are what you lu the -- worMr par"fOT",yonr"posWoir' We could eat on bare boards, but you'd be the last one to do it if It really came to the scratch. Now, we can get passable ones for five dollars apiece, - and I need three." M y-.....- -- Who is an amateur in golf? " Since- - the adoption of amendments defining an amateun by the Western Golf association there Is general consternation ln golfing circles among players who have participated in various forms of sports and games for This affects .money considerations. not only men who have officiated as college coaches and referees, but those in bowling conwho" tests, trap shooting events, tennis and other forms of athletic diversions. Even bridge "whist and other forms of card gameSy it is understood, came under the ban of the latest rule adopted by the W. G. A. While in some respects the rule is generally conceded.to be a" move. In the right .direction, considerable criticism has been aroused over the adoption of that particular part of the Amendment which reads "or who has other Jbeen a professional '" in any r branch of athletics." This, it is claimed, will work a "Yes, Please Charge si J "W fCJJf " -- - ga t3d iUTl "1 a'f.. ttr. 73" ; t aa. B rf '"Tit I - .J - y- 'AT. v. ... " - : av ' k jt . -- a I "" J , i - ' - - I 7t - - i' 2 set. Great help in my lecture work,- you know- .Yes, please, charge it to Prof. Titus Andro'aicus Sparrow-kins- . No. 4242 Is the deposit number." - Here the professor " rubbed his bands 4n, great delight and ' walked a few steps further, where he saw a About Spending Wives " GIANT, BULGARIAN WRESTLER absent-mindedlrowkina, .. turning over the leaves of one of the volumes. "Look t the print And ttlusi Ued, too. I believe, ray dear, at long as rugs are so much cheaper Vthan I - o 2 - - - 8 "S versa.". - This applies to every play a team two or may make, where there are ... ' " more" men 7 connected with the playT We will say-thwith a man on first the guardian of the sack decides that there seatch --the- basfr runner napping. "The first Backer accordingly signals the catcher to throw down there on the next hall pitched. In order for the backstop to be sure that hlsend of the ptay is going' to' be made right, .he know what he is must let going to do," so. that the box artist can hand the ball so wide of the plate that the batter will not have a chance to hit the ball and thus spoil thfe at"" tempt ed"pTay. When his understanding is not thorough it certainly works havoc" with a club' team play. With a man on first and one out, the hit and run play is C attempted. n-- 2 B hx . .n a g cl - - i-- . a fM tit- ' I ' : ?53 " a 5i ' - : f-- 4 13-3- - - " ; -!Us.-$- t : bZT mm iQifinfii- ;- t-t--- z i fen - zi zi ZAbklZzZti . a "t 3 ..t m s .f .fSj af ibi . ' tffi , a as-- i ' ii i .aa 0 the-pitch- rf-r- V : c ti if 3ai 14a)4w E"i jntbi ' ci S - . hi 8 ttti" l4f' - . - j- ?i'sA-.z- - rfer j to i P4i m B&5-- r . 8 l&r ft3 - 9- " - f ' : 3 " L - f . play and gives, the signal. He takes it for granted the man at first is going down, on the next ball pitched, aiid tOi help iiim out swings at the ball, no matter where it is. Instead of the base runner starting for second, he remains glued to the ta:g"BfiHiJiypecaufae ins has misiBod the sign. Theman at bat goes through with hi end of the play and possibly misses hitting the ball. k A play of this-kinmay easily lose a club thegame,,and emphasizes tfie" importance of. having an understand ing - between every member of tlu1 -club. r r af- - ss if O im tei n -- d . i! u ; y 0,- r: : - o bsS -I e N'"A $i d it - , .?....L:L gsf1" . i : r arfs S,? ,t -3 s "a .. h'Vii;cr-ts:' 5gt" tpn ? r Pj o- "S' su 13 "gS ?3 ,L',: 5a11 i ?p3 - - "H - . - - rag is ep rr' 7 -- -- any--thin- g, itall " -- ef like-bein- ..... -- ' - & - r : 0-- The White Sos have signed South paw Lange, who pitched in the Wisconsin league-las- t -- year.- -- sfrfrf 1 - , ce -- Vift rf u- . r;:, fe-- : s it! 5;shi! i l - i A fas tf -'; 4 rr Manager Joe Cantillon has decided not to grant the demands of any .of his hold-ou- t Washington players. ' Kansas City will have, outlaw ball. a team The Interstate there. Jack Sweeney former Boston National catcher. Is president of the J league, league-wilFiila- w ! M - , jS rf 8T.l-h--.- :S2 .g j f i SS. OT gn Sl SoChV ai h R o .. - P ' S8 H IhJ . - . Catcher-l.Rltt- .of.. Brooklyn. ,wtjl er land with the Hlghlanflera lie has. been turned ,over ib"Newark by Brooklyn and it is understood Manager Stallings will swap an, infielder y probably R o u E 1.2 " . U flit r 1.5; I for him: Ernest Courtney, former Highlander '" Donovan Hired at and with the Phillies, eince 1904, has .Taylor of. tiN BoBton - 1 .President bera released to Jersey City. Fred Burchell of the Red Sox is al- Red Sox has signed Patsy Donovan to o act a Bcout Htor his team aad pick p ready arIIot13prtn3-gettInglntall the best players in rhe minor clubs and he; will Koted veterans who have gone back he can get his eyea on, " ' ' to the tailor league this year are travel far and wide to find them. Seybold, Schreck, McGlnnlty, Taylor, Donovan has been manager of the Collins, Barry, - Coughlln. McGnnn, Brooklyn Trolley Dodgers for throe and Needham years, and while there was certainly IMckering, Courtney. I . .- ( 8cout, up against it, but ha managed to pick up some ftne talent for the team, in-- , eluding tucker and McMillan, '11 has had-sev- eral . pffera. to -- manage - minor !MrackeJ league teama,' but has them, in favor of "accepting a brfl with the Boston fluK Donovr i wj ! assume the position which Fred-I- . Ac filled last year before fie was aprc'm J manager of the team. -- ' .