Sport: Hornsby Out

Famed equally as one of the ablest and one of the most temperamental baseballers currently functioning in the major leagues, Rogers Hornsby has lost more good jobs than most of his confreres ever hope to hold. Last week the latest uproar in

Hornsby's uproarious career began when President Donald Barnes of the St. Louis Browns, of which Hornsby has been manager since 1933, announced to the press that Hornsby had been ousted, along with his coach, Charlie O'Leary, and a clubhouse boy named Milton ("Alabama") Delmas. Picked to replace Hornsby was the Browns' good-natured...

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