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'ATOR HURLERS GET HABIT i% of Senator team Opposition Below fen * Game fa All but Nine ffir ^WlCOttBtefi This Year— V Sad Sam Jones Is Star. By JOHN B. FOSTER. NEW tORK, May 27.—Washington's pitcher* are getting the Walter John- Mfc hftbit of winning ball games. They have been leading big league baseball in more ways than one this season, Mid It la the patience and painstaking attention of Manager Johnson that is making the Senators' pitching more effective even than that of the champion Athletics' formidable staff of hurlers. Since the season began the Washington pitchers have been batted for more than 10 hits per game in but nine encounters. In Monday's game here the Yankees' sluggers were held to 10 hits exactly. In these days when the skies rain base hits, that is high class work. It would be pretty good in any season. Compare it with the record made in the seven-game series between the Yanks and Athletics that closed Sunday, when a total of 167 base hits were made by the two teams—an average approximately of 12 hits per team per game—including 26 nome runs. Not all of the Washington pitchers have been able to go nine innings and •win, but more of them have been able to go the route than can be found on any major club. Sometimes they mix around in games and help each other to win Maybe it is Dr. Johnson who brings that about, for it is his job to mix 'em up when he thinks the game needs it. Sam Jones, veteran of many wars, has been one of the mainstays of the Senators. He has won live games to date and has not Been charged with & defeat. He has won from 'very American league rival except the Chicago and New York teams. Washington's pitchers have turned in some 3-hit games that have boosted their standard considerably. It as not possible to get very far with 3 hits nowadavs and if a team has a d-mt pitcher on its payroll it is in clover. Young Hadley has been more consistent than he was last season, and Ad Liska has had much to do with heloing the Senators reach the front row. in eight games, not all of which were nine-inning affairs for him, Liska held opposing teams to 34 hits. That is an average of 4 1-4 hits per battle. Rather fetching work. WATCHING SCOREBOARD. Yesterday's hero: Dazzy Vance, ace of the Brooklyn R ° bi "%P' ttch ' nsvi f to f' who pitched a two-hi , 7 to 0 victo.j HURLS GOOD BALL. GREEN FLAG USED TO START AUTO RACES INSTEAD OF RED DAZZY VANCE Brooklyn Robin hurler allowed the Oiants but 2 lilts yesterday nnd he won his fourth straight game and the sixth of the season. Ho has the lowest earned run average of uny hurler thin season. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.., May 27.— , When the fleld of starters moves away from the pole in the flylngjiash for the 600-mile race for $100,000 at tfie Indianapolis Motor speedway Friday, the drivers will be under the jurisdiction of a new set of signal flags, being used for the first time. Since the inception of the great speed sport, the red flag always has been the starting signal. There is no explanation for the strange usage of this color which all America has been taught to mean danger. But for manv years it h&s been tho go ahead" sign to automobile racing This year the go sign will be green, just as it is on the everyday highway. And red will mean "stop—the race is halted." For many years the green flag has denoted to speedway contestants that they were on their last lap- only one more lap to have the white and black checkered flag waved over them to denote the finish of the contest. In the coining race—and the races to follow, a kings blue flag will take the place of the green flag to denote that the drivers have to wheel only one more lap of the course to complete the racing distance. Yellow will mean caution this year as it has in the past. But the black flag with the white center, used m the past to advise a slower driver to move over to permit a faster competitor to pass Is changed this yea* to orange and navy with a blue circular center. The checkered flag remains the same emblem of victory and finish. Impressive physical preparations have been under way by both drivers and riding mechanics to prepare their bodies as well as their cars for the gruelling speed run next Friday. Every mechanic, driver, relief driver and relief mechanic must pass an exhaustive medical examination to prove their fitness to compete in the contest. The hospital in the infleld of the track, equipped to care for every possible emergency case, in charge of competent specialists has been a busy spot these days with drivers and mechanics undergoing the examinations. X-ray machines used to photograph men in other years are being used to photograph vital mechanical parts of the cars this year. Equipment of the general Electric company has been in daily use by drivers anxious to discover flaws In important working parts of their cars. Unusually successful results have been obtained. GREENSBURG PLAYS LIGHTMEN Altoona baseball fans will be greeted at thfc Maple avenue ball park this evening at 5 o'clock when the Penn Central, Blair league .club meets the Greensburg. Pennsylvania league entry. This Greensburg team is directed by Dick Guy, veteran Pittsburgh sports editor. Tibia will be the first, visit of a Pittsburgh team to this city this season and the Llghtmen rooters promise to be out in full force. Players prominent in western Pennsylvania baseball circles are with the Greens- burghers. Llghtmen have grabbed five decisions in a row winning all but one game-this season. And in most of the games new pitching talent has been tried out. • Penn Central has a busy week-end schedule mapped out and on Memorial day the Roaring Spring, Blair league leaders, will be at the Maple avenue fleld. On Saturday Martinsburg comes here for a game. These two contests are real important ones. Lightmen and Baretown clubs are setting the pace In the Blair league to date and both want the Memorial day decision. The game Friday is set for 3 o'clock. over the New York Giants, fourth straight victory. It was his SIMPSON-SENTMEN LEADINGJUNNERS CHICAGO, May 27.—Regardless of what happens from now on it seems certain that Lee Sentman, the black- haired Illinois hurdler and George Simpson, the flashy Ohio State sprinter, are destined to be the best remembered of the big ten track and field athletes of 1930. If any convincing of this were needed it came last Saturday when the thirtieth annual western conference games were held at Evanston. Both Simpson and Sentman stood out in this event like a Bobby Jones in a state amateur golf tournament and they so completely dominated the competition that the words on almost all of the 9,000 tongues at the end of the meet were: "How can they do it?" And "how can they do it?" seems an appropriate description of what they accomplished. Simpson, running without starting blocks; disappointed all of Eddie Tolan's backers when lie beat the great Michigan negro in both the 220 and 100 yard dashes, running the 220 in 21 seconds flat. Try to find a half dozen men who have run in 220 in 21 flat. Sentman, lithe and a master at judging hurdles won both the 220 and 120 yard hurdles, in easy fashion and then to become high point man for the meet turned in his fourth place in the Washington's amazing Senators and St Louis' fast-stepping Cardinals con- | broad jump for a total of 12 points, tliiued to set the pace today for major i two more than Simpson. league rivals as the 1930 pennant race approached the close of the first quar- BUSINESSMAN PLACE ter of the season. Both teams extended their current winning streaks Monday. The Cards scored a 10 to 4 win over Pittsburgh for their eighth consecutive triumph and their 17th win in 18 starts. The Senators made a successful debut BALL TEAM IN FIELD ATTORNEY SCHEELINE BAGS "HOLE IN ONE" Attorney Isaiah Scheeline or Altoona has joined the "hole in one club," that exclusive organization of golfers. The attorney qualified over the Summit Country club course, located between Cresson and Gallitzin, in a three-some this week. Mr. Scheeline played with Sam C. Cohen and I. Sultzker, both of this city and on the sixth hole, one of 126 yards, he drove the ball direct to the pin for a hole In one. The "hole in one" is the first of the early season for city or county golfers. VttNPOROT AND GAGNON CLASH IN CHICAGO BOUT ««„,„. the Yankees in New York and tuVned in their sixth straight win, 10 to 7, .for their tenth victory in 11 games. Goose Goslin and Joe Judge featured the Senators' victory with homers oft Vernon Gomez. In the filth Goslin •went to hat with two men on and hit his second four-base blow and Judge again followed suit. Effective relief pitching by Jim Lindsey gave the Cardinals their first win of the season over Pittsburgh. Lindsey relieved Willie Sherdel after the Pirates scored 4 runs and allowed only 2 hits in lour innings. The Philadelphia Athletics celebrated the raising of their 1929 world championship pennant by deteating the Boston Red Sox, 8 to 5. Cleveland took a doubleheader from the Chicago White Sox, 7 to 3 and 5 to 2, -taking third place in the American league race from the York Yankees Wesley Ferrell held the Six to 6 hits in the opening game and Clinton Brown allowed only 9 scattered hits in the second game. A 5-run rally in the sixth, featured bv Harry Heilmann's homer witn two on, gave' the Cincinnati Reds a 6 to 2 victory over the Chicago Cubs. Jakie May gave the Chicagoans only 6 hits. Whitlow Wyatt, Detroit rookie, pitched the Tigers to a 7 to 3 triumph over the St. Louis Browns. Wyatt allowed the Browns 6 hits, three of them in the first inning for 2 runs. Bain kept the Philadelphia Phillies and Boston Braves idle. l-IRATKS TAKE LOSS. PITTSBURGH, May 27'.—St. Louis Cardinals defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates yesterday 10 to 4, Petty being chased in the fourth inning, Erickson and Jones, new hurlers finishing. Sherdel was also driven out, Lindsey saving the game. Lineups: St. Louis— AB. R. H. O. A. Douthit, cf 5 0 1 3 0 Adame, 3b « 3 3 3 2 Frisch, 2b 6 2 3 3 2 0 Bottomley, Ib 3 0 2 7 U 0 Hafey, If 3 1 1 1 0 Peel, rf 51120 Wilson, c 3 1 1 7 1 Gelbert, ss 4 2 2 l 4 Sherdel, p o 0 0 0 0 The West End business men have organized and will place a baseball team on the fleld this season. The team will be known as the West End A. C. and is under the management of J. Breslin. The outfit will be attired in new uniforms and will be composed of local talent including: G. Murphy, J. Monahan, R. Plowman, F. Burlingame, R. Long, R. Wilson, R. Burke, H. Lightner, M. Long, P. Watson, J. McDonald, C. Mitchell, W. McCann «,nd E. Murphy. \ Mr. Breslin is desirous of placing games with all fast teams in and about Blair county, a game being desired with Ashville; Coupon, Dysart, Blain City, Petersburg A. C., Huntingdon, Patton, Cresson, Odd Fellows and all C-M league entries. For arrangements get in communication with the team manager by dialing Bell 2-8703 between 5-6 p. m. or write 2422 Maple avenue, Altoona, Pa. CHICAGO, May 27.—Otto Von Porat and Jack Gagnbn, two of the hardest hitting present day boxers, meet here tonight in a bout to decide, among other things, who is the more popular heavyweight in Chicago. Von Porat will seek to retain his rating as the midwest's leading contender for the heavyweight title and Gagnon wants revenge for a fourth round knockout he leceived at the hands of Otto a year ago. Both have called attention to their impressive knockout records and predicted an early ending of tonight's bout. Gagnon, an ex-sailor from Boston, pleased Chicago fight fans several weeks ago by his aggressive style against Tuffy Griffiths of Sioux (City, Iowa. Two experienced mlddleweights— Haakon Hanson and Vittorio Livan— will enliven the preliminaries with an eight-round bout. Jimmy Mendes, Boston, and Battling Redman, South Bend, Ind., light heavyweights, meet in a six-rounder, _ Chicago stadium officials predict an attendance of 15,000. GET 5 HITS BUT COUNT 13 TALLIES Altoona Merchants walloped the Sproul team for the second time this season, administering a 13-7 licking on the Prospect Hill fleld last evenirig. Merchants scored in every inning and the game went just five rounds. Bungy Means started on the heal and Shontz replaced him in the third when Sproul made merry scoring all 7 runs. Sproul used a pair of chuckers also. Maurice Szink and Conrad slammed home runs. The locals got but 4 hits but that was sufficient. Merchants will meet the Blandburg team in this city on Wednesday evening at 5.30 o'clock. Lineups: Alt. Merchants— AB. R. H. O. A. E. Burket, cf 1 Roberta, 2b 1 Tom Irwln, ss 2 N. Irvin, Ib 2 Piper, rf 2 Overcash, 3b 1 , Szink, If 3 \ R. Conrad, c 3 CLEVELAND WINS BOTH. CLEVELAND, May 27.—Cleveland Indians beat Chicago twice yesterday taking games 7 to 3 and 6 to 2. Ferrell and Brown chucked the wins, the former giving- 5 hits, the latter 9 safeties. Smead Scores; Jolley starred in hitting. R. H. E. Chicago 000 000 300—3 5 2 Cleveland 000 070 000—7 10 3 Faber, Walsh, Weilarid and Berg. Ferrell and Myatt. Chicago 001 000 010—2 9 0 Cleveland 001 003 lOx—5 12 1 Caraway, Weiland and Antry. Brown and L. Sewell. VEBNON GOMEZ Kid hurler with the New Voi-k Yankee* wng hammered for four homo rum* In two Innings and the Washington Senators, won with a 7 run rally In the flfth yesterday. C-M LEAGUE. General Office 7, Odd Fellows 6. The Standing. Won Lost Pet. McMahon's Dairy ... 2 Blair County Credit.. Whippets 0 T. O. O. F 0 Red Men 0 General Office 1 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .500 Schedule, Tuesday at Prospect, Whippets vs Blair County Credit. Wednesday at Cricket fleld, Red Men vs. I. O. O. F. Thursday at Prospect, McMahons VB. Blair County Credit. WORKS OH HOLIDAY The Cuban aU'stats, Classy ball tossere ftom below the horlsspn, will furnish the baseball opposition for Altoona Works fans on Memorial day, Manager Dewey'Logue booking the team for a double header oft Friday afternoon. The Cubans are no strangers to Altoona fans. The team played here last season defeating the Works by a narrow margin. With the Cubans this year is Oms, the Babe Ruth of the Havana Winter ball league. H(S la regarded as the greatest player In Cuban ranks, being the hitting star for three seasons. Among the players carried by the team are Alverez; Dehigo, who was with Homestead Grays as a pitcher and second sacker several years ago; Fumes, Chacon, Mellito, Soils, Pedrosa, Echegalis, Noon s Campos, Resell, Valzas and Abelll. The first game Friday will be at 1.45 o'clock and the second game will start as soon as hurlers warm up» Three games are booked fpr the Works over the week-end, and Manager Logue will likely use Bolger, Lefty Grove and Moe Roberts on the mound with Leasure, Davis and Lefty Antes ready for emergency duty. The Saturday game is with the Columbus P. R. R. team, rivals of the ri toonans for several years. Al- A, HOT ONE. He: "I should think that you'd freeze In those silk stockings and short skirts." She: "Not at all. The hot remarks everybody makes about them keep me quite' comfortable." Be comfortable. Phone 7427 for aervlce and quality in lumber. We maintain the largest Lumber Yard In Blair County. JAS. S. FLECK'S SONS Phone 7427 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 1200 MAJOR LEADERS. (By United Press.) The following statistics, compiled by the United Press, include games of Monday, May 26. Leading Hitters. Players and club G. AB. R. H. Pet. Herman, Robins .. I' 136 37 57 .419 Rice, Senators ... 35 145' 36 60 .414 " " .405 .395 .390 FIGHT RESULTS. Means, p 110031 Shontz, p. ....«! 20001^ Totals 18 13 5 15 10 4 Sproul— AB. R. H. O. A. E. P. Hoenstine, 3b 3 1 1 0 3 0 E. Hoenstine, 2b 3 1 0 3 0 0 Rush, ss 311011 B. Hoenstine, Ib 310500 Miller, rf 311000 Madera, If.". 302000 Fickes, cf 100100 Cowher, c 1 * ° 3 * J Weyant, .p 000010 Witherow, p 210010 Merrimen, p 000000 24 49 12 34 25 46 P. Waner, Pirates. 32 121 Hogan, Giants 25 80 O'Doul, Phillies... 29 118 Home Huns. Ruth, Yankees, 14; Wilson, Cubs, 13; Klein, Phillies, 11; Berger, Braves; Gehrig, -Yankees; Foxx, Athletics, 10. Runs. Ruth, Yankees, 41; Terry, Giants, 38; Frederick, Robins; Herman, Robins, 37; Wilson, Cubs; Ott, Giants; Rice, Senators; Bishop, Athletics, 36. Hits. Rice, Senators; Frederick, Robins, 60; Herman, Robins; Douthit, Cardinals, 57; Bissonette, Robins, 55. Huns Butted In. Foxx, Athletics, 40; Simmons, Athletics; Klein, Phillies, 39; Ruth, Yankees; Gehrig, Yankees, 38. WEST POINT PLACED ON BAN BY COLLEGES (By United Press.) BRADDOCK, Pa., May 27.—Gorilla Jones, negro, Akron, O., defeated Vincent Forgione, Pittsburgh, 158 3-4 in the 10 round main bout at Meyers' bowl last night. Jones weighed 156 1-4. j Sammy O'Dell, 137'/j, Akron, outpoint- ed Johnny Smackey 135V 3 , in the eight round semi-final. i JOHNSTOWN, May 27.—Lynn Jordan, Akron, O., light heavyweight, outpointed Bobby Richardson, Portage, in 10 rounds last night. Young Bordell, New Kensington, defeated Jimmy Dontella, Bakerton, in a six-round semi-final. Walter Strapple, Windber, knocked out Joe Cedar, New Kensington, one round. BNDICOTT, N. Y., May 27.—Max Schmeling resumed training today for his heavyweight championship bout with Jack Sharkey at Yankee stadium June 12, after 'a one-day layoff. Schmeling planned to box two rounds against each of his mates today. BLAIR COUNTY LEAGUE. Totals 22 7 5 12 7 2 Sproul : 001.. 00-7 Alt. Merchants 362 2x—13 Stolen bases, Burket, Tom Irwin, Piper. Sacrifice hits, Burket, E. Hoenstine. Two base hits, Szink, Madera. Home runs, Szink, Conrad. Double plays, Overcash to Roberta' to N. Irvin. Struck out by Weyant 3, Means Hits off pitcher, Means 4 in 2 1-3 innings, Shontz 1, Weyant 5, Witherow 1. Means 2. Hit by pitcher, Roberts, N. Irvin. Left on bases, Merchants 2, Sproul 4. Umpires, Rodgers and Schlegle. Scorer, Guide. . CKOSS KEYS ON TOP. Cross Keys scored in every inning and easily beat the Hollidaysburg Warriors 15 to 1 last evening. For games with Cross Keys call F. X. Ertl on Bell 195R4. Lineups: Cross Keys— AB. R. H. O. A. E. D.Hoover, 3b. 422010 3 600 1 3 0 0 0 0 Lindsey, Totals 0 0 0 0 0 i o 0 0 0 o .. 36 10 14 27 9 1 AB. R. H. O. A. K Fla«{«tead, rf 4 Jones, p 0 Brlckell, cf 4 Grantham, 2b 4 Comoroaky It 5 Traynor, 3b Huhr, Ib .. Henuley, c Bart ell. »s Petty, p ... Erlckuon, p liosolf, rf . 000 000 4 0 U, Saturday Gtimcs. Penn Central 5, Claysburg 2. Other games rain and wet lots. Standing. W. Roaring Spring 3 Penn Central 3 Williamsburg 2 Martinsburg 1 Duncansville 1 Claysburg 0 Uiimes May 30. Williamaburg at Duncansville. Claysburg at Martinsburg. Roaring Spring at Penn Central May 31. Duncansville at Roaring Spring. Martinsburg at Penn Central. Williamsburg at Claysburg. L. 0 1 1 o 2 4 Pet. 1.000 ,750 .667 .333 .333 .000 0 0 200 CHICAGO, May 27.—Western conference universities must sever athletic relations with the United States Military academy, according to a ruling'adopted by a. conference faculty committee meeting. The new edict forbids athletic competition against schools which do not observe the three-year eligibility rule. Illinois will be allowed to play its scheduled game against Army next full but future games may not be scheduled. The faculty committee also voted to Deny Iowa's plea for reinstatement of eight athletes who were declared ineligible last fall when the university was readmitted to the conference. Totals 36 4 10 2" 15 St. Louis aw 401 lau—io Pituburgh ooo a 10 000— 4 Runs batted in, Frisch 2, Hafey 2, Wilbon, Gelbert 2, Douthit 2. Traynor. Suhr, Ba.rtell, Graotham. Two base hit*. Adams 2, Frisch, (Jelbert, Brickell Three base hit, Wilson. Stolen bates, Wilson. Gelbert. Sa.cn- i lice*, Sherdel 3, Douthit. Bartell, j Ljttdttey, Boltomley. Left on bases, , 1st. Louia 11, Pittsburgh 10. Base on j bills, ott Sherdel 1. otf Petty 1. on* Eiivkttvu &, oil LinUsey 3. SlrucK uut. by Petty 1 by Bucrdel 2. by Lindsey 3. HiU. oil Petty fc in 3 2-'A innings; Oil ttrivksvii i m 4 1-3; off She*del » in 6; ott Lmu.*y 2 in 4: off Jones 0 in J. Winning pitcUet, Sherdei. l^ohing pitcher, Petty. Umpires, Reaiuon, aad McOtew. Time, 2.03. VANCE CLASSY ON HIM.. NEW YORK, May 27.—When Dazzy _ Vance whitewashed the Giants with 2 0 0 0 0 O 1 hits at Ebbets held Monday, much to i the joy of Brooklyn rooters, he regis- ~ " 2 ; tered his fourth straight victory. In his previous starla lie trimmed the Pirates, Keds and Braves in the order named. The big righthander is compiling a splendid earned-run average even though he is pitching lively baseballs. In his last tnirty-six innings iie lie-Id ihe opposing forces down to 3 turned tallies. Over that stretch three unearned runs were made off his delivery. 1JAV1S TJCAM TO SAIL. NEW YORK, May 27.—The United States Davis cup team, composed of four regulars and two alternates will sail for England aboard the S. S. Berengaria June 3. The squad Includes George Lott of Chicago, John Van Ryn of East Orange, N. J., Wilmer Allison of Fort Worth, Tex., John Doeg of Santa Monica, Calif., Berkeley Bell of Austin, Tex., and Gregory Mangin of Montclair, N. J.. Bell and Mangin will make the trip as substitutes. Fitz-Eugene Dixon will accompany the team as non-playing Captain. HO-UKUS HKL1' SENATOUS. NEW YORK, May 27.—Goslin and Judge hit two homers to help the Washington Senators beat the New York Yankees 10 to 7 yesterday, the pair accounting for 6 funs. The win was the sixth in a row for Washington. Score: ' R. H. E. Washington .... 000 170 100—10 R. Bougher, 2b 3 1 2 R. Baird, Ib 3 2 2 K. Hoover, rf 3 2 2 G. Harshberger, c., p. 3 1 2 R. Clapper, ss 31 1 1 4 0 W. Ramsey, cf 3-2 2 2 0 0 F. Ertl, If. 2 2 2 0 0 0 R. Hoover, p., If 2 2 2 0 1 0 C. Campbell, c 2----Totals .27151715 9 0 llollldnysburg— AB. R. H. O. A. E. R. Kenawell, 2b 2 1 1 2 1 0 M. Bender, If., p 3 0 0 0 0 0 H. Deem, c., p 2 0 0 2 0 0 P. Kenawell, ss 200020 C. Deem, Ib 100801 C. Young, 3b., If 10000 C. Young, du., u ^ X X n n Bronner, rf. ., 8 0 0 0 0 Zimmerman, cf 1 Jackson, p., 3b 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 Totals 16 1 212 5 4 Hollidaysburg 0«> 10— \ Cross Keys * 45 2x ~ 15 Stolen bases, K. Hoover 2, R. Baird, R Kenawell. Two base hits, D. Hoover Three base hit, G. Harshberger. Double plays, Bougher to Clapper to Baird. Struck out, by Hoover 3, by Harshbarger 1, by Bender 1. Bases on balls, off Hoover 1, off Harshberger A Jackson 0, Bender 1. Hit by pitched ball, C. Young. Innings pitched 4. Left on bases Cross Keys 1, Hollidaysburg 3. Umpire, Stiffler. VMHA HAS BALL TKAM The Y.M.H.A. baseball team has 16 New York 301 001 200- 7 10 3 0 Batteries: Brown, Braxton and Hoeneer; Gomez, Johnson and Bengo ugh. •LilC j. .«*..**••—• i_n in benn reorganized to play exhibition games and games can be arranged by communicating with Hillis Lurie any time after 6.30 p. m. Players are: Bill, Paul and Phil Colbus, Chap, Barney and Jack Adelson, B. L. and Sam Patt, Rubin, Shart, Sam Merme, M ke Klevan Mookle Klevan and Ellis Klevan, Gene Strause, Fish Trout, Honey Share, Lefty Bovar, Ben Karp and Miller. Brake Service Auto Brake Service at All Kinds Sigel Motor Co. 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HOc, 6flc, 3Uo Q/i«* and 01 fy Hal lies' $1109 Union fl»1 -j Q Suits J&J..J.W Lawrence $1.48 Grey first quality Union Suits, •» $1,10, or 2 for Boys' Wash Suits. 60c\ 4!>o and Boys' Sport Sweaters, 60o and Boys' Linen Crash Pants. 80o, 4l)o and Boys' Coveralls, one-piece garment. 80c, «t)o QQst and O5fC/ Men's Blue Working Shirts Brave-man Blue Working Shjrts, 70n, SOo ~ anfl $1.69 Zipper Shirts, tan, black and blue, 14 to 18. fl»-g -j Q Special tpA.-l.CF Men's Palm Beach and Panama Cloth Pants. $2.95 and Golf Socks for men and boys, $1.05, USc, 40<i and Men's Pajamas and flj~( f|O Night Shirts «PJ..W Odd Pants left from suits. $5.00 to $9.95 pants. $5.00, $S.48 ami $5.00 English Bruad cloth Shirts 95c Silk Neckwear Beacon While Foot Socks, IDc, or 8 pairs ffi-g f\(\ for | JJ» J-fVU Bear Brand Black Socks, 25e always, 2lc, or 5 pairs fl»-| QQ 39e Fancy Silk fl» -| t\f\ Socks, -tin, or 5 pairs «P-$-»W Men's Working SocUs, I'tv, I0c, and tiOc Socks, 2 pairs <fi~f fkQ This Sale Will Save You riunly ut rlmnge. hvt-r.v Article Iteduccd 1-3 to 1-2 Off the I'rlce, and No I'oollnif. Men's Sport Sweaters. cool :r iL . "•"•":".. $i-oo 8c llth .\vv. nnd l&lli S ON Till!: ( OUNUU

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