Friday, February 14 1908 --Sports roundup, with Cravath and Carlisle signed by the Boston Red Sox but the owner of the Angels predicts he'll replace them easily; wrestling is becoming popular in LA, Occidental College athletics are in gear, and some of the leading lights of boxing go on a hunting trip.
Saturday, February 15 1908 --Guy Barham, a social leader in LA, contributes the brilliant idea that to break up the trusts we should ignore them. Hoookay.... Barham, a pal of William Randolph Hearst later went on to be appointed publisher of Hearst's 1922 acquisition,. the LA Herald. Barham promptly died within the year.
Labels: Herriman's LA Examiner Cartoons