Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 5, 1934 · Page 5
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. f-.Mf 1934 £01$ STAB, HOPE, ARKANSAS Th ose Cocky, •' ...... * .;?» ^t £} • ^MM^ ^^^fe. ' ' ^^^kL " *'' ' ; * fry, Dizzy Demon Dean Boy! 'It's a Setup' Hats Off to the Miracle Boys! Just a 'Natural' When Dizzy Zings That Fast Qtte^: .JUKI .1 hii; romp Is llio world sc!•!(!» lo "Dir.-.'.y" Do.in ami the j;t... . lx)ul« fitv In ihi! |iletnn» ot ronflrtvnce ur.d liayni.nvv.s as ho j)i;so:v hero. cii:'.orly invnitinc 'ho lo un>i>it! Hio Tl?' 1 !'.". Hata qf tlio baseball world nro off to tho Dean brothers and juot to makQ It unanimous the famed iiair doff their headgear, too, na tljey look boclc on the great record they've set tills year. Thirty victories for "Dizzy," left, and 10 for Paul is their enviable mark and they are supremely confident they'll add lo that when they start rliliug the plU past batu of the Detroit Tigers lu the series. Jjist "BJ. n>»t»iral llirowor from ilown Tqxaa way Is Haul Dean, •jf.yoii take II(H won} for it, He's smlllnt;;hani''iy iw he visions nil tluU world Rerles glory and all . tUot world series 1 money. "I Just buzz 'em In there find let the butter worry." Thats "Dizzy'* Dean's philosophy and, the Cards'.phenomenal right-hander Is show* here demonstrating It, wheeling his high f Wd one plateward. Blwy fce may be, but the ,hi s lad^ppt ot tto gQuthweat la aa cunning as they comewhea h e . s ' e hla "~ ' Here It Comes: L_i i^ti It's Just a streak of wlilf" blazing past the batter Paul Dean uncolla a.nd lets -loosd' of that smoke ball of his. Hereji the younger ot the famed brotSi-^ srs as he goes into action. ,/ New Recovery Board Hurls First Dart at Unemployment Here's the Way the St. Louis Cardinals Faced Tiger Pitchers ' £ "f. ef % Ono of Itg first acts, when (ho new National Industrial Recovery Hoard met in Washington, was to seek nsuurance of annual Incomes to workers and so protect them from (ho ravages of spasmodic unemployment. The seven members, appointed by President Roosevelt to rebuild the old NttA, are shown here together for tho first time. They, are, lett to right, Walton II. Hamilton, teou Hemlerisou, BlacUwell Smith, S, Cloy Williams, chairman; Arthur D. Wuiteside. Leon O. Marshall and Sidney- A threat in every bat faced the Tigers' pjtche!.-s.m the Hneyp the. St, I»U1S Cardinals presented in -the world series, Heres how the Cards Alined up In battin" order, reading from right to left: Pepper Martin,-3b;. Jack :Rothrocl{,r,'f.;. Manager Frankie ^Fr|sph, ?b; Jop Medwick, 1. f.; Kip Collins, 1,1), BJU DcLancey c.-'Frank Orsatti, c. f.; Leo Durocher, s. s.; and the-pitphpr'who, in this'instance, happens'to be" the. great Dizzy Dean. . ' Tragedy, Judge Seeks Custody of Rich ^Courtroom Scene of 'American Tragedy' <.', t,9 t m>i ^a^"-^ No Work and All Play McKccJiuio (left), father of tho girl wltll whose death Uobert s is churged, is one of the P.ost interested person* at the AiuerJoBii Trugedy" trial it. WilV^-Bun'e, Pa. S«ated with IMatr^t ; Al ton ey Thomas M. Lewis, bo contm on t leiprosecu IOD througU • whirh lh« »Ul« ftjeks to ttvenua F V e<U ^C^edu.le'B death by sendnig • •' Edwar-la to the electric chuil 1 . Judgo \V. A. Vuk'ntine (above) I'ni'ea llrj delii'idu tuslc of keeping 1'ui't tinil Helton se|)aratiHl in aiding uvi.-r tin; trial 0 C tin; V.'i iiaiTL', J'a., "-\iiioriLiaii Tragedy" case, in which HiiljLTl A. Kdwurda, ynnnjj liiirvi'yor, iu accused oi! liav- iiiji unirilered iiia s (u tUe raontbg immediately after the Lindbergh had i'«t!ted QU Ijia "stock mtrlcgt winnings", Bruno Hauptman« VQied ItlDl^lf to euJoylug life. This picture bom h| s collection 6pow» wit!) h)8 mandolip (lower right) at Ilugters Island. N. Y.. wltU fi Luuenbere, John Blaue.audjlau^ KlapgBbar« ; , "•» .f^'ji *nr*£Kt*aT f • - T.II-S. Qlorla Morgan Vaj>d,evb}lt (above) awaits her tunx In a ?Ie York court to answer charges presented by witnesses mustgrea against her by Mrs- Harry Payne Whitney, who seeks to reta.n cus- todv of her iiifice Ol^r!?., iO 1 , 04 the allegation that Mrs. Vandevout is uot a suitable! guftrd.laa fpr the ghi although her

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