The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on July 4, 1923 · Page 3
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•WEDNESDAY, JULY'4, i.)23 THE HUTCHINSON NEWS. VACtt TIIRT-r. The Next 7 Days Ot Real Sales in High Class Footwear. Oxfords and slippers you are wanting and at a most attractive sale price. Black, Brown, and White. $ 2.98^ $ 3.98 AT Phoenix hose to . match. Have you noticed our windows? Yankees Pound Shelby and Henry Hard and Win Again Shockers Give Hurlers Miserable Support. FINAL SCORE WAS 13 TO 6 Shelby Batted Out in Third Inning and Henry Was Wild and Poorly Backed. Tomorrow Is an of-day In the Moll circuit, a day In which the teams cnn rest and take cognizance of things preparatory to launching trie new season which may hold everything or nothing. The Shockers open the second season Friday afternoon at 3:30 with the Muskogee Mets runners-up in the first half race. With a little strengthening, chiefly In the pitching department the team has a chance to really do something. —x— Tim Shockers will have to get over tills town ball .Muff though if they hope to win.. They play briliiauLly in »;:o:.s uiwl tlsun wipe out the memory of tiio sptetaeular with sonic skull por- formanco. Ali 'Xttmlor <amn to tho Shockers ns a ra'rht'r. Let's tio;:c ho cm catch SjtU'T than two flays pe -rfornLanccs tn- tiicutc he can fjolil or bat. Ho acts u lift Hkn Stuckoy, tin.' bis green boy who tried for a plai* in tho outer Burden in tin- spring. Any one of tho •pitcher;* coukl do a batter job of out- tfieldtng than Alexander oxhibited. Kelly Wales ia certainly having tough luck with the hat .since his return. Three days he has gone hiitless and twice tanned in a dire pinch. That •is not Wales tliouxh ami -won't tntrt loir.t. 'Kelly lias pop and ambition even if he doesnt complete the run to firat iutse some tlhio. x— * That is ono bad thins that nearly every one of the local players does once in u while. If they- could hear the grandstand comment they would not feel flatter- oil unless they are as indifferent as such a per.f&'manee indicates. Fans pay their money to soe a •player try. There aro chuck liulcs in the outfield and little clods on the infield to divert a iball, to say nothing of wild throws and muffs uncorked sometimes by visiting players. There- '<oro the popular vote of the hardy •dozen wliirk has turned out regularly for the past three days is 'that a p-kiyer should make a pro- text of running to first, oven though it appears certain lie will bo thrown out. —x— The Boston. Brave scout who watched the Shockers play once while on the road was very favorably impressed -with Foster as •well i'.s rick. He believes the local iiot corner guardian has •possibilities and Hint is tho opinion of many fans here. Foster needs a little more hustle than ha shows sometimes hut has recently rihown more of a willingness to go after hard ones and his hitting has greatly Unproved. He Is the only man on the team apparently who can lie expected with any degree of certainty to hunt. —x— Flippln, tho Yankee shortstop is Vuluahlo fixture ami it's a toss up as to whether ho is worth more offensively or defensively. Ho is a good fielder, has n Quick, sure peg to first and Is a deadly hatter. —x—• Tho Shockers have three games ccheduled with Muskogee- The first will he played Friday afternoon and the second pair .Saturday. The original echedule called for a double header Friday but this has been changed to Saturday, in order that more may avail themselves of the bargain matinee. —I— Pat Kelly, regular socond baseman lor the Yankees but right fielder prc- tem yesterday committed an act of piracy which Boas Purtell ought to avenge, Purtell hit a clean single to right and Kelly came in, scooped up the hall ami threw out the Shocker Bkippor at first, ft Is a thing which hn3 been done before but not frequently and is tho first time this year. If a right fielder was on his toos and had a good arms there's no reason why ho cannot throw out a rttnnor, at least from Bhort field. It's going to take a lot of co-operation and pop to put over a second half ponnant, or even to hold a first division berth. All the teams are strengthening in an effort 'to meet tho demand for a flag and competition promises to be keen. » — x-Barney Cleveland's Yankees may well be counted upon to make a bigger splash the second half. The team was slow to i&t away in tho first season and only recently has begun a terrific bombardment of opposing pitchers. It's a different looking team from that which was hero about throe weeks ago. —x— Now that the old season is over It is time to forget tilings that are past and start with minds clear as to prejudices. This eolm never intends to verge on nagging or nasty criticism and it helps If everyone stays off of that. It iH reasonable to think, even though it may appear differently sometimes, that tile Shockers are in there trying, They are young follows and should bo aiming at higher ami merely expect to dub around class C ball until old ago has Its way then they are not desirable players. -x— „. The support of the team Hince it. returned from the south has been miserable. Crowds haven't approximated half tho30 at previous home games. Cuming right when everyone hi demanding thai the team •h'.' strengthened it is unhandy for the owners and makes the demand for "moro. pltcherif inconsistent. The team has not paid its way to date by a long shot and the reserve accumulated at the start will lie kone before the present month ends if crowds continue as they have 'been the past three days. There haven't been enough people In the ^tand Sunday, Monday and Tuesday combined to make a good ordinary Sunday crowd. Fans who expect tu wait for a pen nant winner before they lend their support might as well join the horse shoo and tiddluwlnks players. It takes money to get players and it would seom tolly t<> attempt anything bui an experienced player at. this^toge —x- They 're hostile at Coffeyville ovei that Kallna-Muskogeu transfer hut' then It Is to be presumed the Salina victory Monday Placated them somewhat. Hire Is tho text or an extracl of a letter written by President Charles HuggitiK of the Coffoyville club to President Moil of the league atter the .Millers had dropped thuir fltth straight game to the Mets; "If Muskogee wins nine games from Salina, we do net believe and you cor talnly can not believe it l'ou„ht out properly. If Muskogee wins nine games after five of thetn transferred from Salina, it appears to us as contrary to common sense to believe it honest siwivl. You can doubtless count us out of thin league If such a deal goes over. This league must go straight it we stay in it." —x— Norman Silts, the Cleveland, O., rookie who has made tiuite a splash with Matty's lteflners this year is in a hospital at Cotfeyvlllo critically 111 with an attack of acute appendicitis. Sitts only recently returned --to the game after being out for days with a broken hand. —x— Babe's Ruth sixteenth home run of tho season broke up a 15-iuning pitchers' buttle between Mogridgo of Washingtou and Hush of New York yeBterdoy, the Yankees winning 2 to 1. - -x — The Kansas City Bines pried tho lid off their fine new ball park, the beat In tho minor leagues yesterday with a Lot of notables present. Governor Davis of 'Kansas, Governor Hyde of MlOBOU -ri and President Hickey of the American Association were among those present, —x— "WSld Bill" Mitchell is .hack with tho Kaws again. His signing enabled Clear to maintain his record of a new player a day. Incidentally 'Mitchell bested Tommy Meoks In a tight battle yesterday. Ho allowed only three walks. —x— Ted Waring left the Bearcats again yesterday to go to Kansas City after miore material to strengthen his club. Poor pitching and ragged playing in spots permitted Barney Cleveland's Sapulpa Yankees (o take the odd game ot the series from the Shockers yesterday afternoon at trano park 'by the score of 13 to ti. Shelby, who Started for tho locals, was knocked out of the 'box and off the 'team in tho third inning and Henry, who relieved lilm was but little belter, wlhluess being his chief fault, however. The Yankees, who seem lo have only recently found themselves, wore on tho warpath, Just as they have been in evory recent game. Trouble started for Shelby in the third, when, with two down Willis leaned hard on the. ball and sent It far over left field fence. Kelly followed with a blow over the feuco In right center which was practically ins long as that of Willis. Scott then hit a fly which should have been the third out hut Alexander managed to stall around lonir enough to lot It fall safe. Then he played around -and lot It go fcjr two bases. lie ocored on Pllppin's single and Fllppin scored on Cleveland's double to loft which ended Shelby. Henry walked Funk but Brown flied to pick. Lemen Drives In 3 Runs. The town talent was able to do little with Adair v.hen hits were needed. After Solomon had grounded to Willis in tihe second, Pick tripled to left, center but Alexander continued his! hid for r.'triko out honor.* and Shoots holste-d to Cleveland. After the host lie outburst In , the third the Shockers retaliated with threo counters. Wales walked and was force-d by Henry. Purtell singled :-ff Adair's glove, and Foster got what should have boon a Wit Imt which went for a fielder's choice when Henry lMUfiod -liotswneu second and third to see what had happened. Fiippln trail heeu able to knock down Foster's hard drive and he tossed to .Cleveland, forcing Henry. Lemon then sent a sizzling line drivo over the. right field fence, scoring ttit'co. That Awful Fifth. The fifth was terrible to relate. Twelve hoatlles had hatted before the fk'o department and other kindly agencies heard the plea of the fans and retired the Yankees. Henry Issued four free tickets in this frame, Foster and Shoot.-* each contributed errors and a double by Brown ami singles by Kelly ami Scott did the rest. When -the srmoke cleared seven pair of .-tpikos had dented the. ,plate. The Shockers had two trunner^ on the paths in the fourth, fifth and seventh but the pinch swats were missing. Henry checked the merry-go- n;.itml after the fifth, though two more Yankees scored. Adair led off in the seventh with a blow over right field fence and successive singles by Cleveland, Funk and Brown, scored one in the eigfh'th. Lemon's orro,;- filled the •bases then hut Snyder lilt n 'bounder .to I/omcti who threw out Funk at tho plate and Wales doubled Snyder at first. Sapulpa— AB R H PO A E Willis, 1b 4 2 1 11 1 C Kelly rf 4 2 1 0 1 C Scott cf 5 1 2 5 0 0 Fllppin ss 3 2 1 1 3 0 Cleveland 3b 5 2 2 2 2 0 Funk c 3 0 2 5 0 C Brown It 5 1 2 0 0 0 Adair, p 4 2 1 0 0 0 'Snyder 2b 5 1 0 3 S C Totals 38 13 12 27 12 C Hutchlrison—- AB R H PO A E Purtell s's 5 1 1 4 6 C Foster 3b 5 t 2 0 2 1 Lemen 2b 5 1 2 4 2 1 Solomon 1b 5 0 1 13 0 C Pick, If 3 1 2 1 0 t Alexander rf 1 0 0 1 0 ( Goode rf .2 1 1 1 0 t Shoot3 cf 3 1 1 0 0 1 Wales cf 2 0 0 3 3 1 Shelby p 0 0 0 0 0 1 Henry p 4 o 0 0 0 C TotRls 35 6 10 27 13 < Score by innings: Sapulpa 004 070 110—13 Hutchinson 003 000 030— C ..Summary. Earned runs, Sapulpa 8, Hutchinson 6. 2-base hits, Scott, Cleveland, Brown, Pick. 3-base hits, Pick, Shoots. Home runs, Lemen, Willis, Kelly, Adair. Left on bases, Sapulpa a, Hutchinson 7. Double plays, Lemen to Solomon; Lemen to Wales to Solomon. Passed ball, Funk. Wild pitch, Henry. Hit batsman by Henry, Adair. Basses on balls, off Shelby 1, Henry 6, Adair 3. Strike outs, Shelby 1, Henry 1, Adair 4. Losing pitcher, Shelby. Time of game, 1:50. Umpire, Goes. , OTHER GAMES IN THE SOUTHWESTERN LEAGUE DEMPSEY FEELS SURE OF WIN Champion Doesn't Undcr-Esti- matc Challenger—Trainer Pfedicta Quick End. Muskogee 7, Salina 4. Muskogee, Okla., July 4.—-MuxkoRue v.'un a fvt'O hiuing guran \eMi?nlay, 7 to •!. Forrest hit a home* run Cur tho localw with a man on h:u-o, and Dunn ami Cliesbro hit homorK for Saltan. It was Rutih'a tUSnl victory over Salina in thu series. Sour*: tialtnu I Musko!," - .*. ah h po (By The AsMCx-inted rrr-m) " (ireat Falls, Mont., July 4— .Jack Domi.-sey, • world's hoavywetg'M chum- I>ic-:i, left here at 7 o'clock ttfTS morning on a private ear to risk his title (his at'tornoon against Tommy Gib- bonn in the big pine howl at Shelby. lie was accom>i>anie'd 'by Mike Trant, a Chicago detective Rergeant, who hns bemi with the ehampioti in all his important bouts; J^rry l.avat- tas, his »ober-nitinde<I little trainer; Toe 'Benjamin, Piaelfie •-coast lightweight, anil hit* staff of ssxirriug; ivtrt- nern, -who will handle the champ-ion's conicr. DenvpHey felt conHilenf. that ho (H going to win. He tioea not Bay how, ho promiaoH no knockout, but he. \$ a champion, at the top of his 'form, who .believe:* "himself capable of incr Clibbons or any oth^r man in the li'.MivyweJglit ranks today. Jack does not under~c;?Unuito his opponent. He declares that Gibbous undoubtedly will 'glve'hiim a ton^h .battle, but there is a look in the champion's eye», which me-um* "this ia my fight." Uivattas declares that I>empsey is in much 'better condition today than when ho iouglit Georges Carpentier i two years ago. . ! "In all my experience 1 have never j seou any -fighter in siueh fine, an i Uimipsov ia today," the little trainer i said. "I don't see how Gibbons can last past the thdrd round." BIG CROWD TO WATCH TENDLER FRIEDMAN GO j Cihicago, July •!. --Ki*rlu. fans numbering 20,000 according to promote! s, 1 gathered today at. Michigan Oily, lud.,| to witness the bout between Lew j Tendier, Philadelphia southpaw and • Sailor Friedman, Chicago, booked to; mix ten rounds to determine the ! challenger for Bonny Leonard's lightweight crown. With weather conditions idea! for tho outdoor boxing cx- Kent/row, "b Mure, If (.'hi '.sbro. lb Stirhind, rf Moyt J >unn, i P ef - 2 I'LJnuwhb*. 2b 1 HrWfUPt. !f 0 <>;t Vtii brook. 1.b '•i 11 tluffman, cf._ 1 2jllem[ii.\ 3b 0 (MUish, P Totals III* li po 4 . 3 Cool and Stylish To be comfortable it requires cool clothes—the kind that looks well, wears well and fits well. We now have that kind at reasonable prices— —$15 to $40. hiliition, both fiKhti'rs In Uie pink or! (•mi'lilion :V.\:\ rnch oml'hlrnl : victory, pro-motur.} expeeto«l InltT^-'t j ti'.' match to 'iv;il that in thej TV.'ntpsoy-Cillibons fray .it Shelby.] I'l-lodt'ii'it am] Tcmllor both > U ';L I<M at \'M pmnuh;, ready for tho Koni;. Ik'rh ompictod Mtr<*mioUN training porlcul.'i on iMiitiihiy. Tcnilliir at MIohlKaii City unit Friedman In Chicago. 4 0 0 32 14 27 Pitching Raises Query Tola!:-? 33 !» 2- H< on- by inning-*: SaMna Ill (H)t (Mfc- MiiKitutftH? ^<JJ'«IH! Olx- -7 Hum.u;iry —-Hoiii-' runs, l.hmn, Clicsbrn. KWi'<.-?it. hits. llliO'H-H, Mai o. Ol .inn 2, Forv^st. S;ti*rlfhlr^,' l>entlu. . OLseti. Ktinpf!. Stolen b ;twt», WVlxcl, Va\\~ Lily ntay, Gerald t<> Jiintfrow to (Siosr^ro. Struck out, by U \I H ;,.T f, by Rush 1. Ifiisan on t.';i31n, off W'nlk^r 1', off I'.ti^n 1. l.-'ft on biWOH. Salina 4, ATtiskuKo': fi- If.!in:-i, Hentfrow, M:).ro,, iHum, Hal-.bUt. O'.son, Uvattejjto. WfttaH. H.uff- mun, liKtnpe, KorrcKt. Kirors. ».'i<!ni1il, W.-'t.-.-l. Tim.- of K.nui'. 1 ;3i>. Umi'ii t-n, Wilkinson uml Hoiulucunt. Coffeyvtlle 1'1, Indepcndenco 3. - IndBpondence, Kan., July A.- —Cof- feyvlll-e took the third #unie from Independence yeaterday. The game was characterized by fann o{ errors." Score: CoffeyvlUc- I ub b nt>! as a "comedy Kii,lu]ot, 3b I'liichfitit, c 'Hio Sliocltem finally niAnageil to- Maitnewa, 2b show a little -power in their half of R™'ln. if GbusH, rf 5 3 Indfj'ieinp.'ncc ub h p<> the ciffhth. Pick doubled and 'acxired on GWKIC'W iufiold hit. Shoots tripled to left center and. -scored on Wale's long fly to Scott. Both teams went out in one, two, three order In t:he "••'»tb l.'orlivntl, sa Ituwf, cf AViltigrod, p l[Uahn, cf C;r,ordiin. 1'b R| Mason. 3| Wrtwui. rf OiMamh, If 2;12vtLn!*, lb nfiJlflt. 3b j Doak, V 'line-, v 2 3 4 2 3 1 I) 2 2 2 13 2 2 2 2 0 0 1. 0 SOUTHWESTERN LEAGUE. . .41 Coffoyvnie Muskogee Sapvtlpa HartteswUle 35 UUTOIUNSON 31 Topolta 28 Imlopendeneo 2\ S&llna 21 Pot .GU2 .021 .r,40 I .S30 .4S4 • Ui ,36!> .338 SPORT BRIEFS. * * • C- * <S> * * 4> * * * * * «> • •3> ^> <$> <?> 1> <i> (•,• ^> <»• <s> <5> 4 Buffalo.—Play in the national woman's clay court tennis clia-iuplonsJilp reached tho semi-finals. San Francisco.—Win. Ecldund a"nd Rlcihard Coolt of Hawaiian Islands Davis CHIP team arrlvod in America to take part In tilie tenttla meet wkh tha Australian taam. OolnBibnB,—Anthony Downey, Col- urabOB middleweight won a technical knockout ovor Johnny Tillman of Minneapolis In the ninth round of % 12 round Ijout. Pittsburg.—On advice of hla plhy- Eiclan, Harry Grob annonm'.oi! he would not be alile tu meet Jeff Smith at Atlanta, Oa., July 13 and uBkod postponement of the bout, because of • boil on hl« arm. NATIONAL LEAGUE. TV. New York 46 rlttshursh 41 Cincinnati 3S Uroolilyn 31 ChkUBO 31) St. Louis 33 B OH ton 21 Philadelphia :o Pet. .067 -ti21 .CS5 .an .007 .471 .323 .299 Toliils 44 10 27) Totuts 37 1C 27 Kcoro Py inuiliKf.: fiiftpyvilSlf" 331 K.'i IW2—11 Inrtcpendenco .. .. — 3 Kiitumary—2-ba»e Jilt. l-:v.ns Sairit'lcu liita. lliwhunt, KTw-in, WilhjrriKl. SlupMt 1'asei, Kahilot 2, CIU IWH. IC ITOIS, Cloiflt.n, {MrNinn, Kvuna 2, Si -'lio.-ndMl, ltvown, Miitthcw'a 2, C>!ui>^. I>oul)U' pltiy. Munon lo Oortion l>o lCvuna. Run*. Kaiulot 4. Itacliant 2. CTHyrne 3, Matthcww, I )or- lunil. Howe 2, WllliBrnd. C.oritfin, Muaon, Marsh. Time of Kame, 1:4">. Unipirft, Do'laon. Topeka, 2; Bartlesville, 1. Topoka, July 4—Bill Mitchell out­ pointed Tommy Meolc in a pitchers' battle and Topoka took tho fourth game of the series from BarllosvUlo yosterday, 2 to 1. Both teams hit the ball well and fast fielding by both teams* stopped threatened rallies and helped keep tho score down. Both loams jjavo their Pitchers perfect support and four fast double plays helped pull the hurleva out of trouble. Score by innings: 11 11 M Bartlesville 000 000 100—- 18 0 Topeka 010 100 00 K — 2 10 0 Batteries: Bartlesville Meeks and Fisher, Lamb; Topoka, MlU-hol! aud Ilenu. AMERICAN LEAGUE. W. I. New York 41 23 Philadelphia 31 33 Cleveland 33 34 Chli'Ago 31 38 Detroit 32 34 St. bonis 32 34 Washington 3D 37 Boston 24 36 AMERICAN St. Puul Kansas City Loulsvlllo ... C'oHimhu.1 ... Indinnapolla MiiwaukeB ASSOCIATION. VV. L. 15 12 OS 33 31 21) Mtnno&polla 24 Toledo 2& Pet. .057 .613 .403 .402 -S415 .185 .449 .100 Pet. .072 .067 .r,43 ••163 ,4 ill .424 .804 .362 EMMK£ WESTERN LEAQUE, W. L, Wichita 41 86 Tulsa 44 31 Oklahoma City •.37 3i. Oipaha Sit (13 Pf*. Jtolnaa .30 37 Ht.' .fosepli ,V........82 n aiowt city JB as nmvor , .21 ia Pol .818 •Ml .^2i .4'J3 .451 .411 •Ml FACTS CONCERNING CHAMPIONSHIP BOUT OJy Tim Asyoclatcd Pr*»wa) Shelby, Moat., July \.—Faut-a ton- ccruing Sholby'B prentlsr championship contest compare aB follows: Champion Jaok nooiiwey, mje 2S, weight 1pouatds. Ghallenger, Tommy Gibbous, age 2!), wcitrht 178 pounds. Tinvo of boat 3 p. m. ilouulalti. time. of fight 15 rounds to Tuforae'li decision. Ttefcroe—.lames Dougherty, l'hlJ. i-.dclyJila. Time lutepor—Ilicliard-.T, Uuvkn, Weight o! Kloves uli ottneos, IPrtce of tickets |20 to ?60. What caused Howard l'lhmke to bo a losing, ragged working pitcher In Detroit? While you're sitting on tho front porch, o' nights watching the golf bugs hustle homo to into uuppera and peeved wives, figure it out. We give it up. Dut there must lut-ve been something besides the atmosphere and the Kord» in Detroit which, perturbed this lanky pitcher wlti the Egyptian atylo of delivery. Cobb traded Hlvinko for an In and oiitor—"Rip" 0»!lta». Wan glad, to make the trade, No mention wiw made that Khiuhu wan out of oondltlou or the canler of a lam* ami, Oobb lust lot him BO, To date Btanke, for tha tiliaHefUCt and etlll uiiortianiKad Jlud Sou, has won more than two-third* of hte gamus —has made qvary team la tho Icasus* UKe hts stuK, Khmke hits no need to dleoua* thu past, Ilia pitching says a mouthful. Cobb is silent, Has enough on his mind without recalling this affair, In Mr, Enibke'a behalf let it li* gtated, right here that ho gave as much as ho took last year. He won seven- club ducDed fltat it had enough troa- teen whllo loBtug that many for Cobb bin with Howard and iguored the --arguments or no arguments. This chance to clulm him. So Iw wont to* makes Oobb'n decision chat he wasn't. to tho Angola, neodod look Ilka a bum bet. Those \ Got's His Rovonoe. aovootoeu victories wer« IUI many as j Ha tailed to get going and they gavi> any ha had oyer hung up for the Ben- ;hlm the bounce. Whereupon the Syra- gals. Undor Hughey Jennings, noted | ctisa team iu tho Now York Stats weak tdeter la handling pitohers, 1 league signed him and ho proceeded Hlhjnke woo seventeen la 1018, the; to mako the l^os Angeles owners and year lie hung up his bast average. 1 (at 18 real moumtMl like by winning He lost but ton gainas that year -' tweuty-ono uud lotting seveti garnM. «trlkln» an av »ru $e ot ,61)0, 1 llo allownrt Just 1-S4 runs a gamo. It took BUmge Ju »t two yearn to I The Tlgara bought him Auaust 16, hrwik- Into Ui» inborn littW UK m -ida, 1819, tor 18,000 and pluynrs ar.d h« hlB doput With txlii Allffaiftg to tit» Pfr- ! won threu and lout one Same b.stor» oltlc. Ooast ItSMjua 1R iSiJ, mi tWHlu'.tlwt noajion nndod. Ami ttt the naxt two yoafB ware beoti-B <MUJ». H d aMIt- <( ¥0 y, a n, ho won *ovuf.i.y -two Bimo« «4 about as inuoh >m a. jewoiiy guowm «a aoout it» mu'jh au gans nt QJirifitinii* llnif. Ha woo tweiv* »IMI «levea ggmoi tor the Ofmt leagurta tbU yoftr awl the Washinirton Senatora iM-ojrjfli- ly www tli* Coaaterit a otiaok (or fT,600 for him. Ho failed to oinorv* the rifsorve rule, however, oast Mv. lot with the Federal lotfguo, When the war ended and tbt two t*<'UoM laid down their UIHM, pitoh- and ioti Ju»t two more- -soveT.y-foar. Blunie has had ll'.a rupulatlon of tialujf a wild man. una of the wildeat la Ut» lisagua. But ha navav htu b»«o aoousctd of aihibitiag that wlldn »e» "U the flJd. Wlltl an lie Is on (ha Held, there era fourteen, uWHsagem In fh" h 's show wllo wouW tai» a oh»no» on Win. UirOWili* a OI> UP <B of 18.50 banebalto tX»«T th» irrandatand now and then tr {th»r. amid trrab htm aft

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