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.ft* M» -» . .—««•—mi*, 16,00 JFI6& 0ISPLAY pw ,. efte *r flaws* SMCH M ' .will not be in vvent Adi t* «ir flt liSn oj «d im ONI Ins STAR VACAWf now, 9 r«»w •p«rlm«nt, 0*rai<. . Fair Enough Copyright* •y King f«stur«t tyntftenU, ,bith, bedroom eonvntetit to I block of M furnished »i»«rtm*nt. I*fi- vntfl tattt, Ktectrle box. No child. ten. Mrs, Jtidwm. 220 North Kim. MODICUM One bedroom apart- ttoftfrnlshed. >40,, Phonu N7ely f urnib- «<!, 303 South »'ln«, Dial 7.0712 3-31 SMALL hmi«« on 23rd street. 4 ROOM dpnrtmtint. Prlvnlo bath, and entrance, Downtown At K. 3rd, Apply Trading 3-31 For Sol* 40 ACRE /iirm, 4 miltis south on Highway 20. Boo Hoy afttmoon by flO FAT Now Itompihlro hem ot n cents. p«r pound, Arthur Gray, 30-flt AT reasonable prices. Hereford Mull*, 12 to 10 months old, New locution 4 mllei north on Proving Ground Rond, A. W. Ulorsoth, Phono 7>4D02. S-JM podcKin pud noDorid growth John- noiv jjrius. AUo plain Johnson ltro«*. A. W,, Blorseth, Phone 7-<l)82, i-Ot ». Art tf Me** I, IW». KICK Fut liflnn. Mrs. J. N. CI-HH- Joid, Kmmct. • 1-31 FINK white toco bull, 18 months old, Several good Jersey milch cows, Curtis Cannon, 7-2200. 2-3t A* I wan waiting for the him to work this mornlnn, Oeorite 8pc*lvln, American, pulled up nt the traffic light arid sab): "Hoy, Jump in here 1 w»nt lo a»k you •omcthlnB. What'* (ho Idea lw<-fln« like thin auldmnllh, tho Knpokj Drngon of the Waldorf Tower nnd his letter head socleiU'*, get up uluih funds to knock off candidates In Wisconsin and Nevada nnd tin-it you raise minify for Joe McCarthy In Wisconsin. Von talk about outsider* horning In. Whnl about liornlnu in yourself?" "t tun Kind you nukftd me. Spcl- vln," 1 »nld, "I want to alrtilBlil- «m you out, I did what 1 did openly whereas Iheiw Goldsmith Iny- out* mid other* Ilko them attnck condldnU'n from umbush. They work secretly and don't fully do- clear their motives, either. Goldsmith prints » il»t of wcnk, »f» old decoys on tho left tnnmlns of his letter-hi-nds giving you tl»t Impraislon that theme urn lh« backers of hi* slush-fund luyouls when the fnct Is that they nro Just n«m«*. The contributors don't appear. I went to the Waldorf Tower cfio time after Goldsmith refused to tell me unythlng and one of the assistant managers told me G had u couple of secretaries In his npnrtmrnt and got a lot of mull for tho«e letter-hood societies. He said them wore about a Imlf- down of those things doing business In O's little apartment, but that may have been a lone osll- mutfl, Ho »t»id he had scon a lot of people going. In and out but nev- or enough to look like n legitimate meeting of u society*. ' ; A» I suy, G absolutely refused to st»y anything- about hi* outfits of their fund* or why they thought Bums May Set New Record for Fielding Blackwell Pays Quick Dividend for Yankees By JOE REICHLER AP Sports Writer The New York Yankees received a quick dividend on their $40,000 Investment in Swell Blackwell. Five days after the purchase ofi the former National League Star from the Cincinnati Reds, the Yankees Tuesday night sent Blackwell to the mound ngainst the Bostoft Red Sox. The long, lean right- hander responded with a scoreless f.ie-inninK performance to rack up his first American League triumph. irnen> Blnckie was not the overpower- j J( thc ,,, . Ins pllcher he had been in his' present pace they will eclipse the days as a bi« winner with the' 6 * 1 * 1 '"* team record of 983 es- H<ds, but he- looked quite capable tabllshed by the Cleveland Indians NEW YORK — <X»— The Brok- lyn Dodgers, seeking to brenk the major league club fielding record, pru nlso well represented among the individual fielding leaden today. The pennant-bound Brooks, who boast a .984 defensive mark, contribute third baseman Billy Cox, shortstop Pee Wee Reese, catcher Roy Campanella and outfielders Carl Furillc and Andy Pafko to the National League's list of top Dodgers continue their The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-4474 Or brlno Itemi to Mlie Turner •t Hieke Funeral Mom* IT'S A MOAT QUESTION-Forlornly, Venice, the Milwaukee zoo elephant, ponders the question of. how to get out or the moat Into which the fell for the third time since 1024. Zoo attendants came to her rescue by building a series of steps which enabled , ^ her to walk out. r SPORTS ROUNDUP ,By OAYLE TAUBOT. T HILLS, N. Y. W — It|p u nccc of Yugoslavia. Thc sys- Ironic that tho bust amateur I tern's only weakness, as: Cutler iMJinv. *•• ** | -j,_. u- i« 4Uo» nil hAtu nr»> i, l^tw (povobl* In od. 'ln Hftptwl nslohbor- ,, wt MUlw NICK 8 room -house. South Walker Street, 2 bloclta from High School. Phono 7-4310, a-at White sowing inochnij. 1 lined innUi'cns, $10, 1 ihoy had rla>it, »ltti"K tennis player In the country to-.' day, Vie Scixax from Philadelphia,! is no lltlle known to tho general! public that the average tnn can't even pronounce his mime, much ICH.I tell you thc salient fuels of hid career to this point. Perhaps a score of times within the past year wo havu been asked "Who Is this Kuy Scx-us, with the added observation that "1 never heard of him." This wns since Vk reached tlio finals ot the l»5l National Championships, where he \uis defeated by Frank Scclgman if Australia. It has be-on necessary in each that all bets herts In New York with their lux-, | nN tance first to oxpluin that thu urloun he«di4UiirU'V!i yamoutlaucdi ntlt)a , | s pronounced Say-.shus. and By The Associated Press W L PC 70 54 .594 under the oddrc'ss U>0 Enst Fiftieth »liei't, to butt Into elections In lwK'K olhof than their own. Tho proposition Is plain thi>t they want that somewhere in the dim past II wns Portuguese. From there on It luui not been easy to toll the ((iieKtloner what the Philadelphia plumbing heir was doing the first tided mattress, $10, I «0od ()| .,,, ( , V4 , nl lnt , exprexslon of tho plumbing heir was dninu the first nnd Fox hound, $50. n. C,l ft0r|nttl pollticul will of Amc-vlcan o (t yi-ura of his life. He turned, 2». l, IU. 2, llnpu, I tnlle north t |, 1?t!tvl W|M) haven't the falnlenl incidentally, only three days^-Mo. Di'tHlt \9 r^lti*M4*t» I t^rl 11 I Ki'l t\t . . . . _. . .il t t I-..,, .... i .. .. . _. i . -...!-.!„ '»lkx-.nl W*». oust Rocky Church. Imuilro nt A, K, Powell. 2-3t DO ACUR furm on LcwUvltlo hl«h- way. t room hottst', ««», 'i wqlin, pump, 3400 Hftpnclly llrpllor hoiMi), Clydft ganders. 2-3t PL 1 !A gravel, clay grnvol, sand, top noil, nnd till dirt. Call Josse Sin, clalv, Phono T-aSSO, , ;J S4»IM Jdun that they uro getting works from unseen, mysterious *tr«ngar»." "Anything wrong about s ; - - In n campaign?" tmkcd, Don't try to lure me off the argument," I nalil, "Sure, but just the HumO-Wc'hiivK b«en try Ins for if hundred, yonr* or »" to KOI up :; v to ttHfrwnt ftbJlM. How would TWO dishwashers. Apply Muno- t Garden, 9W-neighbors nnd Dhimond Cafo, A-KO-tf Usual Protest Filed by Red Truce Talker$ 75 57 .50t C9 01. 53 09 01 G9 03 G9 04 55 78 43 89 .5 .5 .51 .41 .33 bowing out for a pinch hitter. He permitted four tingles, fanned four and walked three before retiring because of weariness and the humidity. It was in the fifth, however, /hen the Yankees gauged U P on Boston starter Sid Hudson for all heir runs to win the nightcap, 4-0, after rookie Tommy Gorman had uirlcd an eight-hit 5-0 shutout over ,he Red Sox in the afternon por- ion of the day-night doublehcuder. The two triumphs ran the Yankees' winning streak to five and increased their first-place margin .iver the Idle Cleveland Indians to i\j gamcH. Brooklyn's Dodgers thc National League leaders, dropped a pair to Philadelphia's Phillies, ,8-2 and )-3, and were lucky to get out of the City of Brotherly Love In one Miss Dorris Stuart recently resigned from the position as teach- j or and librarian at Howard Couri-j ty Training School, Toilette, Ark., to accept the appointment to the staff of thc Memorial Library of Port Arthur, Texas, She will serve as head librarian of thc West; Side Branch for Negroes. Mi Stuart is a graduate of Yerg High School and Mississippi Industry College in Holly Spring, Miss., with advance work at Fist University. She is the daughter ol J. S. Stuart in McCaskill, center sponsored by the Happy-] Worker's Club. The public is In vited. In 1948 and again in 1049. Cox heads the third sackers with a .982 average. Willie Jones of the) . ... . f , h rKIl 11 PhU "° S SS " CCOn<1 WiUl !cl«y nighT at BeoBee Reese is deadlocked for the shortstop lead with Boston's Johnny Logan at .075. Campanella holds a slight edge over Del Rice of St. Louis. The burly Negro catcher shows a .995 mark to Rice's .994. Along with Sid Gordon of Boston, Furillo and Pafko rate as the cream of the National League fly- chasers. Gordon's .996 average is cnly one point better than that compiled by the Dodger outfielders. A paii of Cincinnati players, Ted Kluszewski and Grady Hatton, round out tho. National League's defensive pace-setters, Kluszewski, with a .994 slate,' heads thc Board No. 1 of BeeBee Mcmor-! ial C. M. E. Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Hester Weather spoon Friday, September 5, at 5 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Jim West spent the weekend visiting relatives and friends in Shreveport, La. piece. Two dozen Philadelphia hits «rst baseman and Hatton, a con- plus splended pitching righthanders! verted third baseman, tops the sec- Robin Kobcrts and Krai Drews cut oncl sackers at .990. In the American League, the the Dodgers' first-place lead over the idle New York Giants to eight Barnes. Chicago's White Sox climbed MUNSAN, Comn>u- Wft *»Ueo voul Jtek Erwln, a<M»V bo responsible for «r thun those made Clinton, a-3t py do*. M« K wtTo Kft U» i«n«^ ear* on ht» l« ;, ptvtslan Siroot. truco negotiator* ««ttln today nuiekly followed n U, N, im- lunincomont of a prisoner ot war lh> titti-nt with n pratcmt. < U wus thu third XUCh note In four dayii— -a strong Indication that tho RiKls closely monitor Allied broadcatU cturlnB tho cur- you feel tfr -learn tfittt some bunch of plotter* worklnu In secret in a New York apartment hud nullified your vole, by their money? "Goldsmith h«s not n vote tor the senators in his own state of New York, Why isn't he content with that? Wo don't host- money Into New York to nullify his vote, do we? But he thinks we can't be trusted t« vote us lie thinks we should. Who does ho think he Is? "Another thlntf, Spclvin." I said. "Any time a guy Held up a political society to offset, nullify or change the votes of American cit- Uens. voles that our ancestors Thc easiest way to explain'06ut the rmtlon's hmidsome., mild-mannered No. 1 player probubly is to say that he's one of those .occasional athletic stars who matures comparatively Inle. For example. (>ty Hill Tlldcn, nnolher well known Philadelphian, did not win his first national tennis title. 1 utli he wa,s n ripe 27. (' - ' Vic bi-Riin' ptayio« tenpls when he was 0, uric! he'has been playhig U Mleadily ever since except for a 31-ii-year hitch us an Army fighter pilot, lie won tho National Inter- 1 scholastic crown when he was 17, and tluvt wns about tho besch woplns plhe over won until he cap tured the New South Wales Tour numtmt ut Sydney last winter from n urea I field, which Included the American. Australian and gwedish Davis Cup squuds. New York Cleveland Boston Chicago Philadelphia Washington St. Louis Detroit WEDNESDAY'S SCHEDULE New York ut Philadelphia — tnlght» Ilaschl U!i-4» vs Kellncr UO-11). Detroit nt Cleveland (night) Tiout lO-lOi vs Gumperl (4-7). Detroit at Cleveland ((night) Newhouser (7-11) vs Feller (U-13). St. Louis nt Chicago — (night) Pillutle (9-11) vs Rogovin (11-9). TUESDAY'S RESULTS New York 5-4; Boston 0-0 (day- into fourth place, vanishing the Du- trolt Tigers twice, 6-5 and 7-4. Rocco Krsnich's two-run triple in the ninth won the opener. Marv Grissom won his llth in thc nightcap. Washington's Senators, although held to three hits in each game, won both ends of a twi-night win bill from Philadelphia, 3-2 in 10 innings and 5-9, to dump the Athlc tics into fifth place, only a half same in front of the Nats. Mike Forneles, 20-year-old Cu- Washington 3-5; Philadelphia 2-0 (Iwl-night) first game 10 innings Chicago 6.7; Detroit 5-4 Only flames scheduled NATIONAL LEAGUE Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor| had as houseguest the Rev. A. 4 Taylor of Idabel, Okla. Marcoll Todd of Detroit, Mich.< is visiting his uncle, Amos Me Kinley, and other relatives. highlight is Clint Courtney's sparkling .998 mark. The St. Louis Browns' catcher shows only one miscue in 455 chances. Johnny Lipbn of Boston is the front-runner among the shortstops at .980. New York's Gil McDougald, with 10 bobbles out of 349, is the leader among the third baseman with a .971 average. Other top men defensively are outfielder Gone Woodling of New York, .995; first baseman Mickey Vcrnon. Washington and Detroit's Wall Dropo with .993 each, Mrs. Eddie M. Galloway children of Idabel, Okla., arc visi! ing Mr. and Mrs. George Taylo: and family. Mrs. Pearl Brown of Idaho Okla., arrived Saturday to spcl he weekend with Mr. and Mrs|j George Taylor. and Chi W L Pot Brooklyn New York St. Louis Philadelphia Chicago Boston Cincinnati Pittsburgh 83 44 75 52 74 57 72 58 60 OB 5(1 73 .G54 .591 .505 .554 .493 .434 ban righthander, pitched a one hit second sackors Nellie Fox, .shutout in his major league debut I cafio. and Bobby Youny, St. Loins, lor Washington. Second-inning sin- deadlocked at glo by catcher Joo Astroth prevent- cd the youngster from becoming tbo first pitcher in modern times to pitch a no-hitter in his first big league game. Blackwell received credit for a shutout victory although he needed help from another National League castoff, Johnny Sain. The ex- Boston Braves righthander permit- tod only one hit in the last four innings. 57 39 75 .432 95 .391 WEDNESDAY'S SCHEDULE Ho says IHHV that the trouble! Brooklyn at Boston (night) Ro? probably was thai, until lust year, ho never had a chance to play an extended stretch of tennis against thc world's bt-st. Me would play In FIGHTS TUESDAY NIGHT By The Associated Press MIAMI BEACH, Fla. — Chico Vejar, 147, Stamford, Conn., out- pointed Art Davis, 150, Miami, Fla. (1C). NEWARK, N. J.—Jimmy Champagne, 147!-.. Philadelphia, out- pointed' Ray Alston, 145!a, Trenton, N. J. (8). LOS ANGELES — Ramon Fuen- te.e, 145, Los Angeles, knocked out Gerald Labroi, 144, Chicago (6). i i>nt rccy»» In ttrmlntlce tnlks. The U. N. sukt ,ye«terday 10 onptunxl R«tdn on Kojo I were Injured Uy uuai-d* quelUnu a demoustrutlon Suturduy. Another prisoner was found lum«od, and up- purein suicide, .tho U. N. added, *** . 0«n. Nam H, chief ««W in « note aunt by officers to MuJ. Qon, William K, Harrison, senior XI, ft. dole JouKht for, ho butler answer qucs- u tournament nnd then hurry back lion*. Membership should be iib-jin the bmhtubs and rubber wash Kolutvly open, with itobwly burrvdj v rs, Vic still seems honestly sur- provided he qualifies nnd lives up|j>rlued <U the fine, forceful game to the constitution tmd by-lnw*. But i he discovered, He is the only this won't even siiy whether ho hwtt got a constitution and by-i laws, That Is mighty suspicious conduct lo me and remember, the people who put up the money are not th* sell-Important Joiners whose numos «ii U«U>d on ihe lei- ter-head.1. You don't find out who put vip tho money until you • -ho official American at the moment who can volley In the same league with Sedttman. KOUKST HILLS. N. Y. (.TV—The Itnglh of time between sunset and pilch diirkncNS doesn't mean a great deal to the uverage person and there Is no reason that It should. However, if you are think- Top Radio Programs NEW YORK (/PI—Listening to night: NEC—7 Vaughn Monroe; 7:30 Great Gildcrslecve; 8 Groucho Marx Quiz. CBS — 7 Hearthstone Mystery 7:30 Dr. Christian "will of Caleb Johnson;" 8 Yours' Truly, Johnnj Dollar. ABC—7 Postmark USA, Quiz 7:30 Valentino Song; 8 Mr. Prosi dent. MBS—7 Music for . Half Hour 7:30 Great Day Quiz; 8:30 Family Theater. Thursday Programs: NBC — 10:30 a.m. Bob and Ray. . .CBS— 12:45 Guiding Light. . .ABC—10:30 c.m. Ladies Fair. . .MBS—10 a.m. Ladies Fair. . .MBS Game of Day Network 12:55 Detroit at Cleveland. Freezel McFadclen and familj eft Saturday night for Chicago'! III., after a two weeks' visit witr relatives nnd friends in Ozar Nashville, and Washington. Pfc. -Willie Evans of Denvor| Colo, is visiting his wife, MfS Bessie L. Evans. Mr. and Mrs. Frcodic L. Hij have returned to their home in SI Louis, Mo:, after a visit with Mi Hill's mother, Mrs. Annie Hil' and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Hufus Hill an' daughter, Ruth Ann of San Antolit Tex., are visiting Mr. and Mrl Bernice Hughey. Miss Norma L. Hill of- Blcvlns visiting her grandmother, Mri Queen Hughey. Miss Ella M. Caplc of Bleviri is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Eddi Royal. • • Mrs. Mary Smith on Berry S is visiting her sister in Deca'tp 111., and grandchildren in Detrolj Mich., son and wife in Milwauke' Wis., Mrs. Smith will return September 8. and Wt "On Aug. SO you »We o|atn killed om< and wounded ID of our cpptvuvcl personnel, 1 hereby lodgo n serious protest with your retarding U\U Incident, Your iiide must bear t|i« r«si)onslbtllly for all cun- »«u.uencc» ui-UUvg trow your bar- b»i-ouii bulctmrtua of our captured wl," truce tnllm — de»dloi;k«d urUonsr ot war exchange- re )WR«4u)«d to ronumo Thursday. Th* U, H. Prl*on«r <rf Wer Com* mand today said A civUlau interne \ a PO\V, ?»»"«> o« Pontfam I4»nd wan kttle« yeutordoy by « «io«e bv » only way you can nweh they spwni trytnu in besil Pat McCan-un in Nevada »>r J"« McCarthy In Wisconsin. Thvlr Siena- lor» at their own stales are not vnovigh tot these joes. They want all the 11 there Is going to be u really, nasty incident in the course^of a tournament, chances nre high thst U will arise when some player! who Is ahead In the deciding set wants keep on playing M Iw ta- about 100 (on blast was visited by tho I* alw»V MM, They nsjnml ttSv»«l>»W T t*«M» « «»« Cold ON**" the curb lo let out and his op- cafrsee always Aren't you trying lo nullify the voles of people who vote against McCarthy t" "No." i said. "I nm anil-Corn- munUt and 1 oa« spot the type who say. "Oh you mustn't make vectel«*s charges against innocent people or you VifW have everybody afraid to express »n That t* wfc birt tnfty fr««4Qm of wait* to ktl even . Ttxey awh,re*kless • T Ji anti-McCarthy give u dam They fellow-travel- McCarthy, charges J»e hear me •Ither. I wilt the pelvis, De- ward O. Cutler, who can take up a few tools and tell you at exactly what minute the sun will tjo down at uny spot in the world on any given day in the year. Also he can tell you when it will become necessary to light thc lamps. Kvery year before the national championships begin, he sits down and d.-aws up a chart showing precisely what the light conditions will be lu the West Side Tennl« Club Stadium minute by minute for the 10 day* of play. his trusty chart at (10-21 vs Biirdett (0-tO. Philadelphia at New York — might i Neecial (1-3) vs Raffcnsber- Chicago at St. Louis --(night) Hacker (12-7) vs Staley (15-12) TUESDAY'S RESULTS Philadelphia 8-9; Brooklyn 2-3, (twl-night) Only games sheduled. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L Pet. Chuttunoga 81 65 .555 Atlanta 711 Oil .531 New Orleans 78 70 .527 Mobile 77 71 .520 Memphis 77 72 .517 Nashville 72 75 .490 Little Rock 00 »l • 1 H9 Birmingham M HO .411 Last Night's Results Mobile 7, Atlanta 3 New Orleans at Birmingham, ppd, rain. ChuttanoKa 8. Memphis 0 Nashville 8, Little Rock 4 Tonight's Games Mobile at Atlanta New Orleans at Birmingham (2) Memphis at Chattanoga L|ttlo .Rock at Nashville Cotton States League Playoff W L Pet. EtSIE MACK ConWiM. 194*. b» EUlf MnV. DMributtd hj Klnt Future SmrtloU. / tho official referee knows for ample the sun will duck P«- Meridian 4-^ -667 Natchez 4 2 .«S7 Gre-enwfld 2 4 .33! Monroe 2 4 .333 L»»t Night's Results Natchez 3, Greenwood 3. Meridian 4, Monroe 3 Tonight's Qames Natohei at Meridian (final series) H«n Ualtt _ U okay wfetn you defame PMter, but deft't tv*r t«U the " truth \ta *»id. "I La Boca Gr»nde" on, *et out of htrc," Spel- at 6: to gel to work. I'll b» Utt- But first tell me. how °« t " you a tew 1 buck* twraU to help a busted guy a bad tht metropolitan hills today |:34. That at 6:30 it wU) ry to halt play and that will be as dark «* th* inside of a mule's stomach,. Thus armed, the referee is lo plan ahead. When thin** threaten to get sUckey in an important natch h« simply strolls out *M& egged and advises the umpire when lo sail it oft right on th* dot This takes the umpire »ff the spot and forestalls a lot of arguments. Cutler has been providing M* chart as a hobby ever since when there was the gr«(xddaddy row about playing the final « 04 « mstch between Fr%nls Gu«r»- Ay The Associated Press American Association Charleston at Columbus cancelled —rain. ' Indianapolis 2-6; LouisvUle 1-W Milwaukee 10: Kansas City 3 St. Paul 4; Pacific Coast League Lus Angeles 5: San Francisco ( SYNOPSIS ! Nanc« snd young Doctor Jeremy Iro- land »ro about to b« married In the small town of Thurstonlu when beautl. ful. wealthy, calculalinc Eve Romley comes Into Ihcli lives. Slis has returned 10 this small hamlet to seek revenge on the Ireland r a in II y. Once lu-ietw in childhood they Dad adopted her, but because ol her vicious little ways, had returned her to an orphan- ace. She conspires now to meet their son, the doctor, bees his nelp >)• the matter ot finding new friends, since she in a a n s lo live permanently in Thurstonla. Sorry for this lovely, lonely tflrl. Jeremy Introduces her to Nance. Then, at * country club dance. Nance watrhes In shocked surprise as Rve willfully begins weaving her spell about the doctor. CHAPTER NINE At dinner, several evenings after the three had gone swimming together, Eve called. Nance answered the telephone. Eve asked, "Is Jeremy there? Oh—that you, Nance?" "Yea. Jeremy isn't tn, yet, from the hospital." "Nance, the real estate man has found me a house!" "Welt, that'a fine," Nance said woodenly. "You don't sound pleased." "I'm delighted," Nance aatd, a little ashamed of ner brusquenesa. "So am U Only"—her sigh WAS » son downaweep of woe—"I do feel » little let down this evening. 1 mean, Saturday night is ghastly, alone In • new town, isn't UT I simply can't face it I thought,.. Jeremy promlstd to find me some friends." Nance said steadily, "Then Pm •ure M Witt. Jeremy alwaya keeps BQU&d oroaa. Nance." hft «4Uy . . . Here's Jere- Nance put down her fork. "I'm suddenly not very hungry," she said. tW* "T" awi •*; Portland I Seattle 12; Sacramento 1 Oakland •»; Holly wod * Texas league fort Worth 7; DalUs 0 Snreveport 3; Houston 0 Beaumont 8; S»n Antonio S Oklahoma City 9: Tulsa 1 KOREAN CA6UAI.TIBS WASHINGTON, W- The Defense my, He C4»t In, *et hia tog inside to* 4o0c, «ur*w off his oat. Nance, holcUeg Uw receiver toward aim. ciutchtd at her neck to pantomime a sort torMt. Jerwny caught on and grinned, -Heilo, Eve." he said, "You're overtired," Eleanor scolded. "Why don't you stay home tonight and go to bed early?" Nance shook her head. "Did you have to ask Eve to come with us?" she asked Jeremy, when they were alone In the conservatory. "Weli. I did promise." "Who are you going to get for her? This late, on a Saturday, the leftovers. The bald and the bored." "I'll try Alec Grove." He came back to announce that Alec would make up the foursome. "He just happened to have a free evening. "A likely story." Nance looked dubious. "1 suspect some gentlemanly form of blackmail." He grinned. "Anyway, he's coming. So it won't be one of those unwieldy threesome*. Matter of fact, Aleo jumped at the chance when I said you'd pe along." 80 that was it. Nance was distressed. Jeremy didn't Know H, but she had almost been engaged to Alec, once. U had petered o«t, because her wavering and Indecision counseled be? against taking bis ring. She'd not bees sure, as she ftad been with Jeremy, No» was (he sure, now, that Aleo had quite stopped wanting her. Still, he'd probably and Kve mttw wonder, fttj, Nance felt « Hit of splrita. Jt might, after all, turn Info a »ue* cessful evening, Only It didn't, tor anyone e»t Eve and Jeremy. They took tfte p»rty into their lands and made it tneir own, The re*l*»e was fw her. She was watching Eve Jeremy. Jeremy's head was benl attentively to something Eve wa* saying, flung back in sudden laughter, then tipped again to Eve in the redoubled Intimacy of shared mirth. The music started and Alec snubbed out his cigarette, "Dance with me, Nance?" She rose with an apologetic smile. "I'm afraid I'm not up to being amusing tonight, AJec,", ahe murmured. ••• He said, his arm tightening" "You don't have to be, with me." No, she didn't. And she could have him back, if she wanted him. But an evening's flirtation with Alec, or any man, to assuage her own hurt was outside the bounds of Nance's code of Integrity. That was why she couldn't fathom Jeremy's behavior thl» evening. Jeremy had a pretty rigid code About such things, too. Eve and Jeremy danced by, Eve's eyes met Nance's fo,r * I moment Nance we* startled,. Eve'a expression, revealed in that long look, wasn't friendly. But why? Nanc« wondered, almost breaking the nimbA's rhythm in a (lurry of conjecture. Eve nev^r,»etf eyea on Rie Ufttil a weelt ago. Whjf should •he. look at me like that, M if she We, WhJWf they returned & their «lr t-vJ.; beiievw • wariT «« stt I to»«giti,e<r it. Eve's eyes war* clea» |Ad untroubled a^d .g§y. R WSA 4 f*i<* Of Ught an4 shadow, NMt* though- A flicker ol those mm-KiAf eyeHshes. That'i Later, stranded again »t the with Alec. Nance said, "$he's N»ac« wont table. to Ux« dinner Oepartnient i«l She heard Jertwy aay, "I prom- laad. didnt IT . . . Own. Nawo Nance and Aleo, The drega. The cnmmpasne without th« bubbles. Eva wan charming and Jeremy b#- niusad, nod Wane* wante4 to cr*wl under the tatol« «od alty tilw* out of aifht. Toward midnight, alttto* «t t»ble with Alec whjlt overwhelming, isn't she?" "Fm not beefing, out I thought jt WM wy girl for the evening T" "That was the idea." n lUw tt thi« way." 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