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PRESIDENT GETS BASEBALL 'ANNIE OAKLEYS.' WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 13. PRESIDENT AND MRS. ROOSEVELT ARE NOW ALL SET FOR THE MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL GAMES THIS SUMMER. TODAY AT THE WHITE HOUSE CLARK GRIFFITH, PRESIDENT OF THE WASHINGTON SENATORS, AND FORD FRICK, PRESIDENT OF THE NATIONAL LEAGUE, PRESENTED PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT WITH HIS ANNUAL BASEBALL PASS AND ALSO LEFT FOR MRS. ROOSEVELT A FANCY POCIETBOOK CONTAINING ONE. THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE ALSO TOLD GRIFFITH AND FRICK THAT HIS ARM WAS IN SHAPE TO THROW OUT THE FIRST BALL IN SEASON'S OPENER IN D.C. BETWEEN YANKS AND SENATORS

PRESIDENT GETS BASEBALL 'ANNIE OAKLEYS.' WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 13. PRESIDENT AND MRS. ROOSEVELT ARE NOW ALL SET FOR THE MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL GAMES THIS SUMMER. TODAY AT THE WHITE HOUSE CLARK GRIFFITH, PRESIDENT OF THE WASHINGTON SENATORS, AND FORD FRICK, PRESIDENT OF THE NATIONAL LEAGUE, PRESENTED PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT WITH HIS ANNUAL BASEBALL PASS AND ALSO LEFT FOR MRS. ROOSEVELT A FANCY POCIETBOOK CONTAINING ONE. THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE ALSO TOLD GRIFFITH AND FRICK THAT HIS ARM WAS IN SHAPE TO THROW OUT THE FIRST BALL IN SEASON'S OPENER IN D.C. BETWEEN YANKS AND SENATORS

 
 

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