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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 29 June 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. THE FIELD OF SPORT. _i.zsi..ii-o_s and Ujiliai- Will Fight at New Orleans. La Blanch) Knocks Oat Tcm McCormick— San Rafael Tennis Tourname_t-With the Wheelmen— Coursing. ■ — iW/JLTHOUGII pugilism is pretty well _i\_ on its last legs Occidental Club Son its Ust legs the Occidental Club jf_^V» will give an exhibition to-morrow evening. The pugilists have become dis gusted with the outlook and are gradually leaving the city. The athletes have been jubilant since the boxing clubs received tlieir quietus. Sev eral athletic events have been announced to take place in the future, and both amateur and professional runners are practicing daily. The wheelmen are looking forward to a great day's sport at San Jose on the 4th. Tenuis is gradually becoming a favorite pastime and the San Kafael tournament will bring to the front many uew players. The gun clubs will hold shoots to-day at Oakland and Alameda. ATHLETICS. Olympic and Scutch 'I luetic. Club Games »xt in Order. The Olymp...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 29 June 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL T7h« a larger circulation than any other newspaper published in San Francisco. rrm-JCATioN OFFICE: B'-3 jnontgoinery street, near Clay, open until 11 0 clock r. m. BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market ftic-rt, i, ear Keirny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; I-!-? Hayes street, open until '.'::•» o'clock: tW3 1 kin street, open until 8:30 Clock, and 2513 »li».-R'ii street, opan until 9 o'clock i-. m. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: TiAII.V CALL (Including Sundays), $1) per year by mil. postpaid: IS cents per week, or U5 cents per calendar month through carriers. DAILY CALL, five ctplcs iliree months. *6 25. .SUNDAY CALL (twelve ' pages), *1 50 per year. postpaid. SUNDAY CALL • »id WKKKLY CALL $2 60 per year, postpaid. ' V tKKI.Y CALL (eight wages), »1 25 per year, post ■ lii^cj. Clubs of ten .-■■ Hi to one address). $10. SPECIAL NOTICE FOB THE SUMMER MONTHS. Subscribers who Intend going t.i the country dur li 5 rammer months can have THE DAILY CALL mailed to them for a week or longer at ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 29 June 1890

CITY REAL ESTATE. -. ', I _l"i7k UxTitNlii: (IN*. UTTER ST.; 4 T WO- _oO. UUU. story and basement bouses ami lot 62:6x87:6; rents $200: make an offer. v. 11. 1MB* SEN ft CO.. 14 Montgomery st. Je29 So ___ ftf.-J.t_ BAY window HOUSE IN 2 FLATS •_ U_OU. of 6 and 7 rooms and bat 1: and lot 32x122:6 on Sbotwell St., near 20th: rents $55; stable, etc. i,. 11. I JIBSEN ft CO., 14 Montgomery street Je29 SllTuTh ftl 1111. LOT 26X100 ON HAMPSHIRE ST., iJI.UU. „, Twenty-fourth— street work done. O. H. UMBSEN ft CQ..14 Montgomery. 29 i'Sul ui_h •_.••_*. 1 111 111 CORNER ON HARRISON ST.. NR. CO". UUU. sixth— Substantial Improvements; rents for $155 per month; lot 55x76. G. H. 1 MB- SEN A- CO., 14 Montgomery St. je 29 r_lh_ ■ 1 OKU COTTAGE OF 4 ROOMS AND LOT t_)l OOU. 26x100: on Hampshire St., near 21 th- at cabie road: street-work done. G.H. I ''I™ ft CO.. 14 Mil.l-'.IiUTJ-St. jo_______f_ C.f.l Irt RACK: SF. VERAI. LOTS, EACH 25x100* JtxDUU in the Holly Part tract. G. 11 JIBS EN A CO., 14 Montg...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 29 June 1890

6 a»»a_a»»a.a__a_— _ — — — _a=a^ HOLSKS TO LET. Tj^^i-CK^Ni-AR LARKIN. 7 ROOMS ,111 and batli. $70; 1219 .lines, nr. Clay, 9 rooms and bath. $<«; 521 Halght. near slciuer, 6 rooms and bath $35: 2503 Clay, nr. FHUnora. 8 Jooms and bath. $45: 916 Oak. '.Scot;. 0 rooms ami bath, $35; 10.11 Dolores, nr. Twenty-fourth, 9 "oms ai- bath, $42 60: 425 Sixth, nr. lolsoin 7 rooms and ball.. $37 50; 4 new flats, cor. Valencia and Oulnn: 9 Liberty, nr. Valencia. 8 rooms, batn. $46:21 IS Unio... nr. Websier^ rooms, bath. $30:6311.. Hal-tit. nr. Steiner. 8 no, ns. batn, $111; 830 Broadway, near 'laylor, relit $-:.: 16-7- -•'•I Post H\VaV.. „r. ITth roon-.s. bath, $86 each; •"io-'.. lowa. I. iv. 17th. $14; 621 llalglit. near I m -_r 6 ruoms. bath. $35; J -. Oi. V s35 n ; cia near 23d, 7 rooms and bath. $35: 10-6 2". 1. nr. Guerrero, 3 rooms. $12 60; 923 Valencia, nr. 21s:. 9 rooms, batt, $50: b.lsVj. Valencia nr. ISt!'. 6. rooms, bath. $20: K39 1- all, nr* uuerr.ro. 6 rooms, bath .* 5; 613 '-'Is...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 29 June 1890

NEWS FROM THE OTHER SIDE. Meeting of the County Demo cratic Convention. Twenty Prospective Teachers— No Change in the Strike— Another Disappointment Over the Census. The Alameda County Democratic Con vention was called to order yesterday by lit.in'rt Jl. Fitzgerald, Chairman of the Democratic County Central Committee. J. .1. White was iii'iniuiited for Chairman by Patrick Scully, and the choice was unani mously made by acclamation. J. F. Foute aud J. K. Carpenter were elected as Secre taries. The followine Committee on Credentials was appointed: Alameda Township, A. G. Sanchez; Eden Township, C. Jensen of Castro Valley; Murray Township, Andrew Black of Murray Precinct; Washington Township, Joseph Gunderer of Mission San Jose; Oaklaud Township, John W. Tucker of Teuiescnl; Oakland City— Ward, I*. Murphy; Second Ward, Robert McKilli can; Third Ward, C. D. Fierce: Fourth Ward, W. M. Vance; Sixth Ward, P. A. Dalton; Seventh Ward, Judge A.M. Ilos borough. * The following was appointed as...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 29 June 1890

8 Close of a Month Rich in Wed dings and Country Ex curt-ions. THE FISKE DINNER PARTY. Marriage of Miss Anker and Mr. Hill— Mrs. Wolff Surprised— A Vallejo Wedding— The Olliver Drive— Two Alameda Marriages. The 8:10 Club Party — Chil dren's Lyceum Entertainment. Etc. -j-— — — — ! Lasl Friday evening Mrs. Dr. Henry M. Flske gave a very pleasant dinner party at her resi deuce. '2100 Bush street. In honor of Mr. and Mis. Meyers of Amador. Those present were. Dr. and Mis. 11. M.Fiske, Mr. and Mis. John Meyers, Mrs. S. li. Fault, Mr. Lloyd Peart, Miss Libia Wilbur, Mr. C. 11. Frost, Mr. F. J. Deve line and Miss Mary Fattll. Notes. Last Fiiday eveuing Mrs. George Wolff was the recipient of an agreeable surprise party, ten deied by Iter Itieuds, at her iesidence, 911 Greenwich street. The presents offered were veiy handsome. Ihe pleased guests lelt ata late hour. The tennis tournament on the Fourth at San Bafael will be foi lowed by a hop, for which ln viiaiiohs aie alien. ly out. Several ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 29 June 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. TWO MYSTERIOUS MURDERS. Remarkable Criminal Career of a Human Monstrosity. THE DETECTIVES BAFFLED. Dual Life of an English Broker, Whose Extraordinary Power of Facial Transformation Supplied Him With an Impenetrable Disguise. Disclosures of an Autopsy. ■Written lor Thic Sunday Cali. |^ROM time to time fugitive operations ■fc.-y of the mysterious law of heredity, .__V acting under the retrogressive influ ence of reversion, are manifested by the reproduction of features and i cculiaritie9 that were general in the primitive and brutal condition of the human race. These exhibitions of nature's obstinacy in cling ing to her first impressions— impressions which she stamped heavily on her animate creatures— are not confined to physical construction, but extend themselves to mental characteristics. • The years 1823 were conspicuous in England for extraordinary activity in trade and commerce, resulting in an unusual in crease In capital. This led to the formation of numerous ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 29 June 1890

10 A NEW YORKER'S WOOING. WRITTEN FOR THE SUNDAY CALL BY JULUN RALPH. CHAPTER I. MOt_STI-0 Till LADDER TOWARD MATRIMONY \,rnr nave seen those step-ladders that shut / -up like one piece, am! look like the \ffjl_ famous Human symbols of unity, made of '_■_ " bed-slats Instead of reeds; that look fra gile and decrepit, and voice out their pretended i alns as volubly as a servant's bedstead, and yet, being stood upon, prove stronger the more they find strength exacted of them. You must have seen them, and If you have you and 1 are reasonably well acquainted already. 1 am 29 „ .is of .12 ■. but my history begins with my in vention of the first such step-ladder, when I was five years younger. 1 came to New York from Vermont "with fewer dollars than ringers and toes, but not without the step-ladder. It was men In my noad, to he sure, but accompanied by a conviction that It need only be gotten out ol that confinement and be set up for me to mount to honor and comfort. Thus equipped I rente...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 29 June 1890

. '■■'■•■■■.' — I A Ron Tliat rays and Ono That Works the Other Way. THREE NEW PIECES THIS WEEK. I" A Pair of Jacks " at (he Bush, and " Lady Peggy " at the Alcazar — The Grand Reopens With An other Dramatic Version cf a Braddonian Story — The Last Week of the Songs of " The Gondoliers" — Correspondence — Notes. liieie will be another week of burlesque at the Baldwin, for Miss Florence St. John and Hie i London lisle Company purpose to give us •- Faust Up to Hale," the date being July Glh. There are many pretty little bits scattered throughout this burlesque, and Miss St. Johu b .s made herself quite a favorite by her singing and graceful ways. Louneu. as Mephlsto. makes a capital foil for tier. But the travesty has not carrying power sufficient for three week*, and to lay out such a string with only one piece— and lhat mi English burlesque— seems poor policy unless the management and Mr. Maicus 11. Mayer have some object to gala, liut what that Is cannot fairly be discerned, The wa...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 29 June 1890

12 AN EXCITING TIGER FIGHT. Graphic Description of a Thrilling Exhibition at the Court of an Indian Prince. SKILL OF A YOUNG HUNTEB. His Successful Encounter in the Arena With a Hungry Bengal Tiger— The Infuriated Animal Literally Hacked to Pieces With a Murderous Looking Dhaw. Written for Thk Scxdat Call. *tEFOraE the capture of Mandelay and 1 __■* previous to King Thebaw of Bur- I _____ mah mounting the throne, I hap pened to be at the then capital city of the Burmese Empire, which was Omarapoord, near the old capital Avail. A Major Pbayre, the representative of the Governor-General of India, was there with some companies of British soldiers and two flat-bottomed sloops-of-war. I happened to meet biro 'while both of us were out on a tiger-hunt ing excursion in a part of the dense for est or jungle. He told me that lie was up from Rangoon for the purpose of having ratified the treaty for the cession of the enormous Province of Pegue, where tho immense teakwood forests flourish, He ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 29 June 1890

A ROMANCE OF RUSSIA AND SIBERIA. By Prince Josef Lubomirski, Author of " Safar-Hadji, a Story of Turkistan," etc. COPYRIGHT 1800, BY met a DE VEEE. XXIX— [CO-a-TXPED.] WyfflOW she knelt down before the Czar, and t|\la, deeply moved, kissed bi* hand, but was jT'*nj[lj still unable to utter a word. ''An Inquiry has been held and Orloff, who cannot be surpassed In a case where Injus tice Is to be redressed, has helped us greatly. All you told me has been found to be peifeclly true. The house has been found in which your husband was arrested, and ii lias been ascer tained that the name Ace of Clubs was used there for the first time in 1850, when you were In the Crimea. Several conspirators, whose share In the affair was too trifling to wairaui their bring exiled, have confessed thai Hies bad never beard a word of your husband. This receipt 1- evi deully In Schelm _ handwriting. At the police his order to arrest Popoff tor stealing 5000 rubles has been lound. Tbe Minister of tbe In to lo...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 29 June 1890

14 MONKS OF GRANDE CHARTREUSE Experience of a Visitor to the Monasters' in the Dan phfnj Alps. THE HOMES OF THE FRATERNITY The Cloister and Chapel— Daily Fare of ihe Monks — An Ex-General and Other Prominent Officers Among the Members of the Or .' der—Lady Visitors. Pj^^llE incomparable beauty of the scen _!-_ cry, of which 1 had keen told, writes '"• jiV* a correspondent of the Boston Her ald, the mysterious silence of the cloisters, of »huh I had heard, the renown that at taches to a powerful Institution, more auto cratic by its statutes than the most despotic government, the numerous legends which " have gathered round the blonde liquor to be seen to-day on so many tables, the stories about the life led by monks buried alive voluntarily in tombs of stone that for pine months in the year are covered with snow as with a white blanket all these things united created naturally a ■longing to see and know the Grand Chart reuse. There are several ways by which tho monastery maybe reache...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 30 June 1890

VOLUME LXVHI— NO. 30. THE WARM WAVE. Its Coarse Marked by Many Deaths. Tne Victims of the Unprecedented Heat at Chicago. Effect of the Visitation at St. Louis and Cincinnati— Predictions of the Signal Service. Special Dispatches to The Morning Call. Chicago, June 20.— A cool breeze, begin ning late this afternoon, ended the heated term in this city, at least temporarily. The breeze did not put in an appearance, how ever, until the excessive heat had made a record of eight fatal cases of prostration in this city since daylight A large number ot other persons succumbed, but up to this eveuing no other deaths were apprehended. The preceding twenty-four hours marked me culmination of an almost unprecedented period of warmth. According to the re vised police reports there were eighteen deaths from sunstroke and 117 other cases of heat prostration yesterday, fully a dozen of which are pronounced critical. Four more deaths were reported up to midnight. All four occurred early in the da\ in...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 30 June 1890

2 CLARKSON'S ERRAND. Arrival of Wanaraaker's Ener- getic Lieutenant Striving to Better ths Seivica in ilia North west—Civil-Service Reform— Farmers and tin Tariff. General James S. Clarkson, First Assist ant Postmaster-General, arrived in the city yesterday morning, accompanied by his wife and Morton Mitchell, his private sec retary. Kooins had been secured for him at the Palace Hotel, where he went at once from the depot, and was welcomed to the city by the following-named gentlemen: Noiris M. Esiee, Samuel W. Backus. ex-Sana tor A. !'• Williams, A. N. Towne, Major McKiu ley, George 11. Seeliolr, 0. F. Basseft, J. 1.. Tli'arii .1. M. Lltciifleld, Fred Campbell anil U. U. KiiiiKtll of Ked mutt. In the afternoon the party drove about the city, and In t!»e evening the General was seen at the hotel, when he talked quite Ireely upon the subject of his present trip through the West and Northwest, lie is a pleasant-locking man of 45 or thereabouts, with a strikingly handsome face and a cu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 30 June 1890

MISCELLANEOUS. Arirppl I FROM THE | I Record-Beaters ! I II WHILE THE MARKET AND KEAKN'Y STREET CROAKERS SET UP 1 m A PLAINTIVE WAIL about dull times and resort to maligning each other ia J ff the newspapers, you should step into our house and you'll see us as BUSY AS I H BEES. NO DULL BUSINESS AT | 1 I "O A TJTJ A TPT ? O I" I J&AirHAiißLj b | j H OUR BARGAINS ARE TOO TEMPTING, AND YOU KNOW IT. You can't jj if resist buying— you see the grand goods and THE LOW PRICES AT- | H TACHED TO 'KM. The prices and styles coax you to go down your pocket and | 11 pay for 'em with pleasure. r 1 Monflay ail Tinsflaj We'll lie a Sure Winner! 1 p* On any of these days you can step into our house and we'll show you some of |g KIU the prettiest suits ever seen on the Coast— pretty light shades, neat dark ones- EJ If suits that're elegantly tailored; suits that ought to bring £15 tolSlS— but as we are « fej going to make the eagle scream, so down they go to | H AIN'T THAT A GOOD TIP? NOW SEE THAT...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 30 June 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL fas a lorcer circulation than any . flier iiitiM'ai'ti' published in San Francisco. I*l,l CATION OFFICE: 6°5 Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 o'clock r. v. UKANCH OFFICES: 710 Market ttrfet, near Kcarny, open until 1- o'clock midnight; fSP Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock; COS Xarkln Street, open until 9:30 clock, and 2518 liiSSlon Etreet, open until 9 o'clock P. M. f SUBSCRIPTION RATES! DAILY CALL (Including Sundays), SB per year by trail. postpaid: 15 cents per week, or 65 cents per calendar month through carriers. I>AILY rill, cirirstbree months. ?6 86 SUNDAY CALL (twelve It i- .51 50 per year, poltJAld. MNDAV CALL .id WKKKLY CALL *2 50 per year, postpaid. V 1 I KM CALL (eight pages), *1 25 nor year, po.-l- WtL tlub» or len mnt to one addrtss), tlo. SPECIAL NOTICE FOlt THE SV3IMKK MONTHS. Subscril»ors who intend eoln? tn the couiitry dur li(r the summer months can have THK DAILY CALL mailed to them for a week or longer at regular sub- riinlun...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 30 June 1890

BfsiyFss riiAXCKS. (.- -|||| HOTEL FOR SALE-lIANDSuMKI.V , <i<;vfv». lurnisued hotel and cottages across . t c bay; bo rooms; magnificent grounds; fine loca- . '-li^n: paying largely both winter and summer: kept IT present owner 17 years: lie is retiring from Tr»iisluei>s; a long lease at low rent will be given; this is st-clus iii every respect. Apply to K. Im.NNY. 22 Kearny Et. It I^7^(l HOOD CHANCE FOR A MAN WILL- «!,. I *J\J. ing to work— Express business ror sale; Mir« steady trade from stores, etc., of $'.50 per iMonth, which will be fully secured to Incoming man; is one of very best stands on Market at.; a tine horses and first-class wagon; you can have IS days* trial before buying; iwner will remain with you until fully posted. Apply K. KENNY, 22 Kearny. ll C«I'JAA GROCERY -STORK AND BAB FOR ')'"". sale; is upon a moat prominent corner In be center of the city; has handsome fixtures and fine stock: owner Is connected with another liusiness outside of the city and ha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 30 June 1890

6 EVENTS IN THE SOCIAL WORLD. How the Fourth Will Be Cele brated at Some Popular Resorts. WEDDINGS SUE LE TAPIS. Society Base-Bail This Week at Los Angeles— The Koen Reception. Cooper-Fiske Marriage — The Speranza Musicale — Geider- Samuels Wedding — Picnics and Parties to Take Place. The ba«e-ball game last year between the Bo bemlan and Onion-League Clubs is still fresb In the minds of society. Next Saturday the victors, or, at any rate, a nine representing Hie Bohe mian Club, will play a nine selected from tue California Club ol Los Angles m the latter city. The object oi Hie game li to raise funds for the benefit of Hie Newsboy:,' Home In the city of Angels. Next Thursday the Bohemians leave hers In a special Pullman ear, accompanied by many club fi tends and ".managed" by Mr. George T. Brom ley. Los Augele* society is keenly Interested in the til in and much kindly entertainment is be ing prepared for the visitors. In the evening, al ter (lie game the visiting club will be the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 30 June 1890

RUH AMAH'S GOSSIP tboul People in and Around the r |f City of Washington. ;j'slhs Talk Creitcc by „ta* Marriage of Miss f » - ' | • CaldweU to Elroa Zd-w'.ti-T 1 :, Last Seasaticr. ff '■'-■ Season. ' *<ft Special to Thk Morxins i'jiU. [i%& Washington, June 2:1, — Congres i-'sional liJte was growing languid, the KKi. sne was molting tho collars tij tnd liquifying the t>rain3 of the states jijaien,• and" many, of them lind gone 'J horn*. if. nienU their fences end tone up r. Li.clr sv« terns by looking nt tliclr chances ,% t-f re-elretlon. Then the Silver BUI went & fiom tho S»OiaLotu ttie liouso, the Speaker ' o.isppscUof H fe/ter bis own Hrsi, the op- T>osHi;>a krose ami as th«y thought defeated j. 'llim a-iii atlnst broke !.is careering spirit. I Uhe Spenker and his friends summoned L.- tht-ir absent supporters, aud Hoin near and II . the 0p .,..,. : . efeated : ■ ■ wag spirit. >r and L moned ear and ;.>U into tb« Capitol ?tr«ifc.!it Intuviim trains. Witho...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 30 June 1890

8 THE SENATORS ARE LEADERS. - The Frisco Team Drops Down to Second Place. louns Lost the Game in the First Three Innings. Stockton Wim From Oakland by Excellent Fielding and Timely Hittin?-Stick ney'i Fine Work at Third. Base-ball is well nigh as unfathomable as a woman's mind, ami in results so per plexing that only the antiquated and en thusiastic crank can comprehensively ap preciate all its intricacies. Unlike other sports the national game never present: a question of endurance, victory being de pendent on agility, accuracy, surenes s in fielding, a quick eye, and, above all, a cool head in a tight place. As a consequence a slight slip or break sometimes changes the tine of affairs, and the apparent victors are suddenly transformed Into the van quished. How often an uneven game is won in the ninth inning by the team that had. been playing uphill throughout the strug gle. And how frequently tailender>, like the trodden worm, turn upon those who bad been inflicting defeat upon...

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