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'*'. f \\ ..' i r I '• r - r '• •' - j I -• '* 1 i ' I" 10 THE fi'AKBRBPIBLD , 8E»»TfiMBt!Il 1 - i 1 FU JIM DAY GIANT-CARD BATTLE REACHES CLIMAX IN RED-HOT MEETING Personalities of World of Wresllinfi dive Color lo Card B EAUTY, brnlns. r><'i*Hon«niy, inny- hf»m, Iho fin*' »ri of frui'Uirintf femurs, the; nmnuftutun' "f tin rarn while you wall, trick and awHortr-d hOldH, punitive pcrfortlonH wnrUrd out. by RHlvnnlr Korlll»H. all of UM-MC things and nlhnrH to boot will bo fan in red lirro fhlH f-vonlnR In u wrowtllnR rnrd offnrod by Murlt Bm'hunun at. tlu- Iljikrrpfli'Ul nronn. Top Mpnlird In Hi' 1 two innln will In- Hlrvr Stri'llrb infcllriK Mlllpr JinrJ NJi'H l.ut/. mri'iln I'Yoomnn. Strcltrh i« the- pn m»tiallty man the* mrd, film 111 lor. " rcHll'-r. Jumper Mini nn*' fit-torn In n Mn" West film Mllk-r In t»i" vlllnln. MIUI-I iiiii'.t.'i''|i.- hut tli' 1 vlllnln . Mr N a innti Allon, ^MOOTING II!H buck durlriR tho day oT thn HCHHOII, Olnnn \Vnrr IH /low ttrrnlng Ills niton- lion In dovfH. InrlnO" Moyel Allnn urnonR mlfthly door himtri-B, Two of bin IropblPH. nnioiiK tli«i larROHl ovor nxblbllod bor«. nrn on dlnplay ut HIP MaHwflold Mnnlwnrn Company. by I bo way. reronlly a vpry HiicrPMHful flHb- trip ivlfh T/. VV. HlnhnrrjM. a Tho I wo flHliPel thn of tin; Han Jonqulii and tool< In n few mountuln lukoH during Ibplr trip In Ibo MlHbop country Hlnrru. Tbplr hirfiCHL flub nitmmirt'd JM Allen Hfiyw many planted In tint n Hlopn of Iho J'rlnr to bin ftahlntf (rip thin itHoii A Urn nhol a buclt on fllark mountain within (wo bourn of Ibo (line In* Htui'tr-d huntltiK. t.ho Hunta ttitrbnra huva boon In town. States crowd aro of the Krno. and \ nmiiMl 1 ''' A M-otii Informs Mihi dnptirf.- fii t thai Morolll. OltUTMhaw, Muloc-U, TwttddH and Htorltcl of Harold Jlnrl, also of Santa Mnrbnni Slat.o, 1« flffhtlng proffifi- Htunnlly down Kouth au "Tommy" Hnrf. I">on Mart, II/H broMinr, IH rniurnlng fo Rchool aff.or picking up a fow flam hlioll« BH a studio Htuni man. Mu will bond over tho hooks at Hanta Barbara State. Unford Fox, riRBtatant agrlcul- hiral rotrunlKNionor, nnkfl that rlovn hunl.orH shooting any dovon Itiontlflcinllon bands, to tho hunrlH to tho commlH- slonor's offlcn horo wltl» data con- rortilnR whom and whon tho birds wnro shot. A study Is bo- IriK Hindu of tho niiKnitory habits of tho birds and for tlilu rctoson many of thorn Iiavo boon banded. CandlrlatoH for tho varsity football squad at tho tlnlvorsity of California this sonson will bo Jurnos H. Steamier and Homaln fMorou, of this rlty. and Lloyd fJromor. of VVusro. (!lc»rou pl a Jayscio guard position hori«. By LK8M15 AVKttY t;nlt«rt (Veil SUff Corre^pnndrnt MALLET MONARCHS I, ill/ \\\\\\ Mini Ihi- \ PIIKVUNT KM1KH Ml' 1 cunr -I, li:inilMnun i " Jl'TJ I -T ' 1 - num. II!H np|Minr-nt , IH \'i'i*v r|r vrr \\ i CM! l<-t . n left In lil.s fa> 1 I'm- n \\\\i \\\\\\\ (•'or Oprnrr \'lrtnr |.fl» f'flpl.lini. IMilV wrOHlllllR OUt tif halu «'il\ p , jir-cui liiii/; In tin. Will IHtM-l MliV Mi'L.-Hll. Ill"' winner id' thin <i|H'iHt. n r:n mln ui»' bltlllr-, I'* I-, ini-ci Snvjtt:<' nr *'nliti»ii i'fifillru/ f" of (lie inrilrhCH IhlM nt H'.'l't u'rliii'k lift wrf'ii I'np find M' 1 ' 'Inln (it I In* itrnnt mid \ Nt r«'«'l«. STANDINGS t League Leaders •JVflflW YORK, Hopt. 8.--Tho por- •*•* ennlal feud botwoon tho 81. CardlnalB and Oto Now York Giant* roachoH ItH 1.938 height today whon tho National I/OBRUO'H two oiUfltnndlnR pitchers—Dl«*y Dean and Carl Hubboll—langlo in a dnol of vital Importance to the red-hot woo for tho pennant. Donn-Hnbbnll ntniRglOB usually nrn clauflluH, but thin ono may rtocldo tho 1030 championship. Ul/.ay IUIM two inotlvos of winning: Kh-Mt, rovon»o for tho 2-1 dofoa.L ho took from Tlnbboll July 21; HCCOIH!, it triumph will put the CardH baok In tho thick of tho pennant chaso. Tho natural rivalry bolwcon Ihowi iwo topnotPlvrn maUnn It a box of- flf^o atrrnotlon that Bboukl bo well alUindcd ovon i" St. J^oula. Hy winning today's tilt Hubbcll can Mf-nd the Ulunt.H back to tho Polo Oi-numJfl with a. four-gamo load. Thn (Jiantw arc a alrong homo trm.m, and Hiicb a inn mln Hhoukl onablo thorn to n-taln UK; loud oven If tho I'urdri HWM.-P nil throo of tholr n*malnln« whon thoy fnvado Now Vurk IIH, H. will bo rn- 1'ho Cardfl will bo Tho broaJtA went affalnut tho Giants yc»tordny far tho flh*t tlmo In ft ooon's ngo, and they woro Hrptcmbpr IJM4. If Hi. Orrly (Jll'ffiT-nl, rOAST F.KA^il K Won I I'd I'll) llllll'l Sun 1 AMKKIC'AN* Avr-rlll. Indlanw, only two Ki'tncH out of flrnt plnoo, whinh IH comparatively nothing whon It IH roiiHldcrt-d that thrro Htlll aro 2i] KILUIOH on tho Hcheclutf rtftc/r to- day'H ronloHt.. A St. huuln vlrlory nlHo would put, the r:hli*u.BO Cubn brick In oontnndln« 4 to 3, by i.ho Oardn. B«r(?ft«H White- hond, a former Cardinal, nuff«wd a badly out eye In a <?olll«lon with Btu- art Martin at Hfteond btifio. Hlw «ub- HtltntCf Murk Koonlff. erred twice In tho Hevcnth Inning lo pavo tho way for throes 8t. LouJn runs, although a triple by Joo Medwlok and alngloa by Pepper and Htuart AtartJn played thoir part In Iho triumphant run- making. Hllna .Tohnnon, Who relieved 1'armeiefj In tho ncventh, rccwlved credit for tliu win while tho IOB« wan chalked up agalnat Al Smith. Tho cubfl look advantage of tho by blanking tho Brootf- lyn Dodge rn, 4 to 0, behind Tex Carle ton'H Kcvcn-hU, hurling, In the only other National league ganlo. Phlla* *<|elphla at Pittsburgh and Boston at Cincinnati woro rained out. YanliH' Margin Hlmvcd In tho American Ix-aguc, the Cleveland Indians Hhuvcd tho Yankees' leading margin down a trifle— »to 10 garncH — by taking a 4 to 3 decision as Johnny Allen turned back hl» former malca with throo hits. Third place Dotrolt kept pace by whipping the Washington Senators, 3 to 2, Ttooklo .lake AVado gavo a three- bit iiltrhlng performance. Tho St. IjoiilM TirownM ramn out on top, 13 to 11, la a Bluiffcflt with tho I'hlla- dolphla Athletics. Chicago at Bout on was rallied out. Shell Will Meet Y Squad and Bingers Tackle Texaco Outfit < ' • i * J * ft t • « t ff ' M I H:: Ml [.;n .» P J 'i 7S > i * i t (i ( Coast Teams Are in Diamond Drive I'ortl/md, San I>kK<> nnd nnkland furllflod ihrlr pohlllonM In Iho (!oii.Hl fjr;if;uo prniuint niro todny by vl* 1 ten ii-M. wlillr- hard lurk norlonnlv HC! hnt'k Lou AriK'*l« 1 "' clianfini of flnlnh- In thf flrnl rllvl*dori I MM WR«OM '' lU'ftvrrn Mlnynd n Kfi'nc nnd a hnlf ahrnd tir ^'»ii |)|»-KH bv till- AUKi'lf*, 4-0. Wlilln tbn \vt-i'f' pouring It on Sarrnrncnto, III S('fittl<* dcn(i|M*d from a jdiu'o Mo with San I>U»KO by lo«liur In Sari l r rain'|M< n Hi-filn, JI-4, und Ih" <~>nUlund Arormi nhook off a fourth- ji]rtci> tip with th^ Sun FranrlHc b\* uhinlng a Id InnliiR <'n i 'all Ifmd Af iMHlllfl I.OH San Sa.rrunu-ntu YpHlrnliiy'h Him I »U'i;<», 11; Sn» niiix-nto. I Onhhiinl, !l; MlHHlon, ',' (H) InnlnRn), Kan (''raiirlrffu, -I, St'ittth', :i I'orllund, 1; Low Anwl'-w. 0 (.iinirs TIH)II.V I in* AoK''l('» "t I'(it'll Hncniint-nto nt Him I Slid I'nt iirlM-n jit ut I Minn i Jrhrltf. VunUiTfl. Mfi; (jph lj;i | , TlfJiTH. IHJ. liiniH baltiMl In --Tnifllty, IndlnuH l.'M, (h'hrlff. YanUci'H. 127. -Avpi-III. InillaiiH. 107; Uob Tl^fTH. lf»:». •»H \Vii1ltnr. TlifPfH. '17; Gob Avcrtll, Indians, and UI inhPoH. 15. Homo niMfl—flPbrlff, Yniikpun. -IL 1 ; Indlatui, HG. ha«cH—-Lnry, Uruwnn. 'JO; Powell. AMKICICAN I,KA<M WflM l.MHl Nf\v VnrU f IN l * * - * t * t o 70 •• Jit** I'.MHtnil SI. 1.0 rhlladHphiu ' * tiv nr. 17 i; ."i I r.; ft & i it r. i;» on. JL'7 HUM SI! In addition to NurruniMnK to Mill 1'oMi'dol'M six-hit pltrhhiK. the So- kiHt Outrioldcr Marvin fludat, hltlor when ho hroko !I!H Into flrnl hawp. Thn Ira Hoavpi-H pounrod nu liny l*i Im and .loc Mrrry for l.T slnKlon. Tho lurkloHH HcnalorH. many of MhoHo plnyorH have* been IrariRforrrd 1o othor HI, hnulu Cardlnnl li'iuiui In wookn. liuij lo H!KU up it Him Hand loiter (ft cdlch wh»»n ,llin < irilk. inado-ovor rorolvor, rnuldn't plii.v. Aiirlrnt I l«*rmun IMlliMtn WMH on thr hill for Han iMri!" find turned n. four-hit pcrforrnani'o, •»: Ni-u York. :i St. l.milM, III, Phlladett'hla, I i l>rtn'lt, :t; U'liHliliiKtun, :'. ('hlniK' 1 "t HoHlon (poHtponrd. rain). (iainr*N Today ('levrland nt Nnw York. ''hlniKo at ItoHtnn (dniib)plirndi'i t Ontrolt at St l,f>nlN itt lladloy, Yankncn. I'oarHun. Yankri-M. 17 (I. NATIONAfi , I'ardlnaln, \VahPr, I'lratPH, .nil 1 ,'. .1 Martin. CiirdlnalH, 104. haitril In MfMlulrk. Mil. IJIiUTlH. 1 U. M» »|\\ Irh. i 'anllnalfl, < 'Hi**, IH::. Mmhvlrk, ('tirdlnalM " I Ipriiiiin. ('nliH, -Hi Trlpb'H MiMhvlrlt. ('nnllmilr < irMMlttinn . Ili'dn, I H. i llnnx- riinn Oil. i Jlantfl, inllll itiul Kl<-in, 1'hlllloH, and Kcr. MC-PH. 2',!. Hlnlcn l.ftHcfi ...|. MiM-tln. :.'0; K. Murtln. CardlnalM. Ml. I'llrhliiM " l^lK'aH, I'lratrM iMibbi'll. UlanlH, ^ 12-3 Ace Golfers Are ! Owens Forbidden Playing Tourney (t intrtt /TflftH Leaned Wirt) TMNM VAUJSY, N. J.. Hept. U.— Ano ninalf'ur of Hrltaln nnd • • tho 1'iiltod HtntoH oamo down to tho real right of Walker cup competition today with tho homo foreoiMa suro thing to rotaln llio title which ban Political Speech (United Prcat hra*cd Wircj N15W YORK, Sept. 3. — Jesse Owc-nfl 1 biiwinosH manager reaffirmed today bin Intontlon to prohibit tho NoKi'o track star from "dabbling in Owens announced yoatorday )io nnvor bncoino Iho properly of tho ™».^""^ »» « ftk ? '!l» " l11 ™? 10 t 'ar InvailnrH. KlKhl nlnKlon rnutchofl worn for t inlay nnd Amorloa nordod to du morn thnn win throo of thorn tu rotnntlon of tho crown. won ninlly In WcdncHrtay'H with coinpl*»tod Hcotoh f(Mir«utn»»H. Two of tho tliroo unodoil victoria Hbnuld arrlvo In tho flrnl twn j mutohPH Honi away. Johnny Good* r '-;liniin and Honiiy Cantpboll played lo for tiovrrnor >\lf Al. bandon. Hut Marty t'"urUlnH, Broadway theatrical iigunt who rnrnntly vlgnorl Owens to a ono-yonr contract to honello tho nthU'lo'a IIUK|IIPHH and porsonal af- fnlrw, docMart'd tbo Olympic horo "would do no nuch tbinff." "I nltHolutoly won'l nllmv him to MI imip for Governor haiulnn or nny- body olno or to take any part in Forklnw said. "T didn't and KPthor In ono of yostorday'H four | even know about thl* statement ho ( He 1'J-li \ATIONA1. Ht I>OII|H t t • • • Won . 7K . V. i I'M . .. i <» ,p •• 'u TO YOUR THROAT I trunldyn I'ltllndrlphlii ... \>slrnljiy'H Sl. l.inilH. I; Nrw York « 'hlrilK". I- Itrnul < Mlu-rM rtilnrd mil tiS 71 IS I I (><> 10:1 VA( UT HKUATTA i! MISAC'il. Kept. :t. (A Hornci' nf H«n I>|/»KO now a Halt water fninl with Hob I'r-rry (»f LIMIR Unafh In n f nit urn of th»» Ijiiliurdnv ri-Kntln tin Abinillon bay Sunday and Mnntbiy. Mnro Hum fid yurbiH will rompcto. IIorncr'H Mklnniu'i 1 hulilM two l"'ffH on a. thrcn- win tropliy to ono for I'nrr.v. nnd nhowo<l form onouph to them ulinost oorlaln wlnnorH fi\'t>r Mrrtor Thomson nnd Jock Mcl.pun In tho nmti-lo-innn battlltiff. Walli»r Kinrry. of Oklahoma who already oHtahllHhful «w bt'ttinK favorlto fur tho nallounl nmafrur, looltH u rholrn bol over ( lordon l-Jvnn If ono of thono Htandouln nhotild nllj) It could full to th« lot (if Johnny KlHohor In no I llo Iho Induo by wlnnliiK hlM nmli'h with Orll L I »?nvo out. I wouldn't havo allowed Iilni to tnlt*» nny sldo In tho political campaign H* 1 hud known about It. 1 don't think hc'H InleroHtod much ono way or tho othor In politics. "llo told inn that ho votod thn Ho|Mthftrnn ticket but boyorid that In 1 didn't pay much ationtloii to poll- ticH. MO'H In thr» public hnndn now nnd I'nn't bo dabbling In political mutters." CHBLL OIL and Y, M. 0. A. ^clAflh tonight with tho Open League pennant at stake. The game will be called at 8:80 o'clock and will settle for tho season the top team In the free-for-all loop. The foreshadow of this tilt was seen early iri the season when Shell and the Y staged bitter battles every time they met. The aeries will wind up a sot of games in a round robin which recently eliminated Anglo Bank, winner of tfco American League branch of tho open circuit. A preliminary game will preaent the Blnger A. C. and Texaco Oilers Jn part of their play-off for Indun trial League honors. Blngei- and the Texans aro slated to moot at 7:30 o'clock. Heard Hits Hard BIngor A. C. winner of the Senior League by an undisputed margin, won over Texaco last night, 7 to 5. Bill Heard was the hitting 1 hero of the fracas, clouting a pall* of homo runs and driving In four rijns. Smith chucked four-hit ball, getting out of a bad jam Jn tho fourth after ! walking in ITisher. Schllmmer was the standout for the Texans, being- tho only hitler produced by the losers Until the seventh. It was in the seventh frame, Texaco staged a rally, but this was anuffed. Blnger pulled out in front In the third after Hoard's first homer and was never headed. Anderson Homes Standard Oil hit Zuorcher four times with a single, a double and triple and a home run. Anderson of tho Oilers was tho only man to hit a homo run. Telephone-Hopper started tho fireworks in tho first when four of their men cloiitod singles. 3n the fifth and last inning of this game, tho Standard Oil combination scored three runs but failed to catch up with tho fast moving Telephone-Hopper Club. BINGERS A. C. TEXACO OIL AIL n. H. E. AD. n, it. K. I'lno \'alloy lived up to it« lion n M a man-boator In ycHtcrday'ii founuunoH, Tbrro woro half a do/t-n amploH of HlxcM on ibroo-pitr holoM. IMny ntarted nt 9 n. in., with tho I-KV1N STIU, I .OS ANdKlvlOS. Sept. II. (A. I 1 . l.cvln fitlll ruled California Tommy Hitchcock has led the Grccntrcc four to a 13 to 9 victory over Laddie Sanford's Hurricanes and Winston Guest's Temple ton four has beaten Texan, 16 to 5. A final qualifying match will be played on Saturday, the winning leant to meet Argentine for the Cup of Americas scries. Pictured here are Gerald Balding, top, and Tommy Hitchqock of the Greentrcc four. Cnntnit(6.2b Urnar. I b r&niltoy.M lleanl, cf Carter, rf Hmtih. u r»dr, 3b f'otlln*. n Itarrla. If ToUh n .1 :i 3 3 a J 3 _ - 1 J 3 a 0 0 0 0 1 I t 1 2 1 0 n 0 i 0 0 0 0 0 0 I D 1 7**nny, If J till npi, ib Morrli.p.nh Ho win I, rf Gelutl. rf Joma. 2Ii LofLln, c 3 3 n m 3 4 n i 3 n i i 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 I 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 n 0 0 (t tl i 20 7 7 2 Totals 5 < 2 UACB TRACK 1M.ANS U>8 ANGKIjfiS, Sept. «. (A. P. I rnntrhnn off nt 10-mlmUo Intor uwn bad nmrUHiuanablp and Hoforco vuls, In ;itt-holo modal play. II Y»irh ill ltrooltl\ n 11! ll ||l Ml ( 'llU'llllllll I TO YOUR POCKET SI .OOP IH \VINNICn SAN riCMUO. Hopl. ;t, (A TncmiiNnh, lift-fool H|oop Hiillod by It, K. \YalI(nr tif I-OH AnifnloH, WHH drrliiri'd point wlnniM* today *>r two w««ol( nul yarlit racinn lo ('alallnu, •*t\ by tbn Mnnlhnrn fallfornla Sail hue AHHui'lalton, Hnt'ton Triiiln \S'lnd, u-aw TAKT MAT CARD TAKT, Kopt. 11.—TluirHday night at th*t Ani'-rlrnn I^jjlon Htndlum will tho return of tho rlrcilll'n groat- drawing ran! and nioHl colorful iplor, "Lord" Patrick LnnHdowiv Klnnlnglon, titled BrUon. who moots tho "man on tho flying trapn^o." Jcihnnv Stnto, rliM-or Now Yorkor, in tho top Mpul hilling. IlollywooeJ Turf Oub'tf uuiDnicr nice track will go Into construction within wrnntllng today, but i II month ut a filto near National and lilnmod It all on hlw Sawicllc Uonlovardfl. Architect Maury DlggH announced today. Scaling capacity in the proposed |1,2GO,000 plant will roach 20.000 persons with standing room for 25,000 more, DIggH s&lcl. New features which nre being perfected Include a revolving paddock with an amphitheater accommodating 3000 pernonfl and a new type camera to bo hung directly over the finish, shooting down on tho horson. Don Mi'Uonald'rt bulk. With IMP. falls evenly divided at ono apici'o, Honnrnborg unloosed a flying inoklo last night at his Urook- lyn fot», Afi*nonaUi. howovor, took Honnenborg's Jicad full In tbo stomach whrn l«ovln sidestepped the rush. AH Konncnborg crumpled to tho floor, Levin rolled him over and pinned hlH nhouUlorfl. McDonald rrawlod back through tho ropes and thn t'hamplon'H bark. YAMS SKLUS OUT ,VEW VOUK, Sept. 3-. (A. P. Tho question of commercialization of collcgo football cracked open along a new channel today with Yale University'*! action In selling tho radio rights to it* home games for 1936. The contract was announced last night by an official of a Newark station (\VO1l). It gave an oil company (Tho Atlantic Refining Company) exclusive rights to put Yale's six homo games on the air, nnd named tho Newark station and a New lots. gland network as tho out- t- -— m - +r »'. Cellophane wrapped GASOLINE ALLEY Charlie Was Right By KING PACK OF 70 THE miLD CIGRnETTE UICKES EASIEST CREDII ALW/W OR MOT CM ATI GST ove TH/XT OOS UPERSTI VO CWAR even TVIAT ao TO TO OT TK6 LLS A8 UT AT WALLET TT THAT TURK! RAI TO RAlSl TEL.-HOPPER AH. K. H. K. Hopper, 2h H'mf'rth.tf .Ionian, M MOHPR, u Harper, Ib K'rcliT. u Adams. If Church, 3b l)urnh'm,cf 'IVItett, rw Totals 2 3 .1 it \l :i 3 3 2 2 0 •^ A 1 0 1 0 1 .1 1 a i 0 *-t K ^ i 0 1 0 0 ^ 1 a 1 0 ~* J 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 ^^m- STANDARD AH. R. It. K. ixme, :;b 3 u o a Kraiisfl. c 3 Henfrfo. Ib 0 A ml m on. p .') Shore. »s 3 (Ja»«rtl, 2b 3 U'lhf'n, rf 2 Cirtcr. If 1! Heard, cf 2 1 I 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 '2 0 1 0 0 1 n u II n 1 0 1 1 24 10 S 3 Tntils 20 3 4 V- - -f Baer Is Refused Clowning Permit Proas Looted JOPLIN, Mo., Sept. 3.—Max Baer found out today what it means not to have a title-, when the Missouri Athletic Commission denied the former heavyweight champion permission to engage in two exhibition bouts. Chairman Qarrott L. Smalley said: "Wo permitted Baer to present his clowning act when he was champion, K's different now. Wo do not in- lend lo let a hos-.been come Into this stale with a buildup racket simply to make money," r Tho Livermoro Playboy knocked put Al Claynor, 202, of Arizona, n little known opponent. In 37 seconds of the first round in Twin Falls, Idaho, last night. His brother, Buddy, nailed Jack Conroy, 200- pound Toronto Negro, with a knockout punch in the second round of a scheduled four-rounder. RING ECHOES Prwi Leatcd Wirs) PHOENIX, ArU^Freddlo Dlx- on 117, Chicago, stopped Whirlwind Johnson, 145, Fort Huacliuca, Ariz. w). SAX FRANCISCO, — "Muff" Gould. 198, Sun Francisco, out- pointed Stan Savoldl, 205, St. Paul (1). TWIN FALLS. Idaho. — Max Burr. 217. Uvermoro, Calif., IHU'K UO(iKKS. TWKNTY-KIKTH t'KNTUHY A. Goo ri ch The Freighter's Fnlc Hv 1MHL NOW LAN nnd MEUTKNANT HICK CAUUN8 Itno'rUed out Al Onynor, 203, Arizona (I); Buddy Boar, 237, Livermore. Calif., knocked out* Conroy, 200, Toronto (t). 5AFETK Silvertown TIRES BATTERIES CAR RADIOS HOME RADIOS oour vcrlowii ores TWBNTY-FinST AND K PHONE 728 I 1 COA/CL UD£D PRE5IDGN WML r/o/v BOA THE Dt SAPPEA RA TM KC6 PORT KC MO THE BE HAS AC NOT HT APPR RAP MASS DLV GET TO STROU ROM CAS MON CW\ AVO HAV TO SH SAW NC BUT PRE GO CAN HOW CAN PIC AND LO YOU GAT TH RAC NY NV ED CO THE FAT PAC KC vie TO IIAYAHD, Neh.—«loe Diirnn. 133. ScoUs Uluff, Xcli.. UnocKcd out Jack I'rcstl, 187, Oinnlm (J). ON THE MAT (A*9o<*iatc<t Prc** I,ca*e4 Wire) MONTREAL. — Hank Barber, 336, Cambridge, Maw., threw Ivuu Mttiugoff, 532, Streator, Ill. ( one fall. PORTLAND, Ore. — Haudor Sxabo, 520, lluiuao*. defeated Ed "Stnmtler" Lewl^, 288, Glendale, LOS ANGELES,— Dave Levin, 18$, Brooklyn* defeated Gus Son* iieuburf, 205, Boston. SANDLQTTHRS 1 AGAIN SPAHTANDUnO, y. c.. Sept. 3. (U, P.>— tip«rt»nbure SundloUorn Ixw AnRelcs ngaln today In a which either will »lv« thetn i*»l*»n national Jlynigr tlo, or tie the »*rie« at two * -

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