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PACE SIX THE DELTA DEMOCRAT TIMES GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI UOfJDAV MAKCH 6; (HOCTAWSWIN DIXIE CROWN; DEFEAT HOWARD i Birmingham College Boys to Clinton Team in Finals at Jackson i JACKSON, Mi.'-:-. March n. ( A l 1 ) ' --The Dixie Conference h.v;:;c: l ri!l · t i t l e remained \\vJi MLS.-: · · i j - p i r i l - · IORC of nearby (.'lin-cn today. :-f- , cured )y a ( JJi to -!' v i v i u r y UV-M' : Howard roHt-j:' 1 of J ' m u h i j ' . h . i M i ' - i ' Snluvchiv ni:;!il':i !· urna:iK-n: f s n - nte. Each loom innd- 1 I V field n-KiN. · but the Choctaw" viml: !;"· of :!'t ' Tree throv.'M. w l i i l i - Ilnv.-;;:-)! maik- . good only f i v e u f l - i'l'Ct* :'hntf:. 1 Howard Hu:-';s ;f t h e Ijullik'tif; i was high coi-f:' v/illi ^1 pmn'.;. . The :\Ii^i.«:-'ippi,'Mr;. piayci! v.-iih'v.tt : a substilutiou. aci \Acd "f: ct'i-.m:;" ' tnt'tics- a f f r Burl;^ «Tt 1m! in :hc ' second h a l f , and s t i omitm-; cfui: 1 ..- . by Hownrd t« iut the b;ill bnm;;ht : fouls which boctspd HIP Mi?,:-"i'--:n;- j pi rollegi. 1 to!;i!. C.'Krull s u n k 17 j poijits to lend the C'hcrl.m's' sccr- i ing, as Joel I l i t t played an tml- ( etanding defensive saini*. I Chosen on the all-^;ar Dixie 1 confcrrnce tuunuimfTit u-;;)!! v.'cro Hill, Mississippi, and Tc-lford, !Toward, unanimous sc-U'clion.s as jjuards; Aimv/orth, Ali.^issippi col- Jcijc, mul Hurk?, Huv.'nrd. fonvanl. and Blahemnrc-, Southwnstcui of Memphis, center. Farrell, Klein In Second Round Of 4-Ball Tourney COKAL GAULKS. Fl;i.. M;»-. II. (AP)--lolinny V'.irri;!! nnd \ V i l l ! u Klein, Ihn ;',.i!. r ie:.:r. ·.'.':':: :; '-·'"!' on its shoulder, slrudu into t!u second round uf tlip Srj.Ofiu i n t i M 1 - natioiwl fuur-bnll imminniont l u - clny lobbed ns thr comblnMion-Uj- wntch. The pairing's c o m m l t t r n , forjiol- Mni! that F:iri-l'll nnd K l e i n ll.-Jfl thraslii'd tho highly ro/im-dt-d Molph Gul]:;hl :md Snm Snpad in Inst year's nprninj: r o u n d , tossed them in uKniiist nidi Mul/. and Ky Laffoon. tlie I0:m winners. iTarrcll and Klein promptly exploded again. MeU and L a f f o o n j are on the sidclm 1 ;; today, s i n ; n ; - j Ing under a .1-nnd-U dcle.'il. I IiEuvson L i t t l e and Tn!iy " M . i n - j ero, Rilrvivuir. of the lir.-;l day'.--; hottest mateli, drev.- t i n - iiivncttr-r.;' in today's tiu:n ti.T-linai::. In the other ni.ili-lii's l.'raij; Wood mill H i l l Burke faced Slieail nnd C u l d a h l , Denny Slmti- and Ben HO;BIII liii'lilril Hort»n Smllh and Paul lUiiiyan, ar.il . I n l i i i i i y llo- Volta niul l l i ' i i r y P i t - a i d nntchi'd stroke:! w i t h K. .1. ( I J u l e h ) H a r r i son and Hay Man,^run. Dove-tailing nieely. Farreli and Klefn shot a m o r n i n g (jfi, four fe- low pnr. and nur:.ed t h r - t r three- hole lead t h r o u g h the afternoon. Wood and U u r k e niiued W a l l e r HaBen's t o u r n a m e n t comeback by whipping tlie Haiti and Gene S.'n 1 - a/cn, 2 and 1. Hni;rii had an i n - ; ... / · / » [ · i r n ;f I tff dividual (11). tv.-u under par. in t h e W I Jlut lf/ll'll!!r\ morniiiii but it wasn't ;;ood enouKh '" ^"Vt L f c M W O L J as Wood and Ilnrki: teamed well. 1'ieard and K e v o l t a . l l u - f u - t i n n winners of tlii.s d i s p l a y of ;;o!:mn pyroteehnil 1 ;-, allowed they welv still danjrerou:: hy f i n l c h i n i ; 1^ under par as they whipped Tommy Armour nnrl Tuny [ ' f i i n a . !i a m i i. ..,..,, ,.,,,,,- ., , ,. , , , , Jimmy Thompwn ma.le ,.,«· M ... NMV , ( , )hk ' M ''"' h ''' | A I '" the finw.l r h u l r of the d.iv, :, :'»n- ' |K ' 1 ' 1 ', "."'' , y.irii appru:u-h will,,,, t h r e e f,vt i ''""'I'eliti.m· - m a y l , , - ,, , . . , , . , ,, , , , t'^S 1 - -"' :m " : ^'" v"v" : n-i"r-,,!;;,'"·,:;;:'v" r; 1 ;.;, ^ne^'^i^i:''" 11 ''" 1 " l " lh " ;- li: i l ' l K"r'!; i "v.,ii" l ,, lK i,.:;;; l ,"; l :;.: i '; i r,,., "·-';·- " '.._ | S . H u n i ; i y \\-niiId MT I ' - . - ' v i n n - . s p 1 : 1 ;' ir - l ' l ' 1 '""· nty's E f f i c i e n c y Mirvt-vnl ST. LOIMS ( t ' P ) A : j hushiP^Rii-n a n d Innkov-.. - i i by n $-10.0Cin a p p r i ' p r i a ! ; ( i ! i i the city trea'-ury, ; re inakinj.-, "efficiency survoy' ( i f t i n - niul pal govoi'iinvnt iicvc. Thr .-.m wr,;; prompted '.'.v ;i ( j i y ( it- caused by nuTtM-M-i! - ..-rvi.-t.^ d e c l i n i n g rovcniio !r''iiii real . - . in .--.ever.ii d u u n t o u n J-UM:.. APPOINTMENT BY FDR STIRS OP FEMININE FEUD IN WASHINGTON * ( lly T/ic A! 3 Feature Service WASHINGTON--For the first time since the .Dolly Ganu-Alice i Kouscvclt Lur.gwoi th strife ten years u#o, Washington officialdom ! fiom the President down is mixed up in n women's battle. ! The trouble a decade ago was ubuut the social position uf Mrs. 1 Gann, sister of Vicc-Prc.sidenl Curtis, and Mrs. Longworth, wife of , tlie speaker, Finally I'resident Hoover tool: Mrs. Cann in to dinner at the W h i t e House, thereby allotting her tup place. I The trouble now is about \vhu holds the position of United States : delegate to the Inter-American Commission of Women. The prin- i dpals are Doris Stevens, the feminist, ami Mary Winslow, a well' to-do Washinijtonian who has devoted much energy to many causes. I A good many other peple, including :;ome Latin American cliplo- I It started w i t h President HooscveltV. ricunt appointment of Miss Winslow as delegate to the cuminLssion. This group o£ 2\ women ( P h n t f i s by A n t h o n y V. Haiuisin-- Arl by Emmet! K i n g ) Of Tears' Is Strategic Point DORIS STEVENS IV1AIIV WIN3LOW Principals in New \Vashinglon Battle. from American republics advises Pan-American conferences about women's rights. It met in December at Lima, will meet again in 1943. DleRates yet no pay. The commission was formed in Ii)li8 at Miss Stevens' suggestions and she was named chairman. She had served since then, but at it was decided heads of governments should name the de^gates. W h e t h e r Miss Stevens has a job depends on who is talking. friends s;iy the President had nn right to appoint. Miss Winslow since (he job wasn'L open. Miss Wins-low's 1 backer.-; -ay Miss Stevens never \v;iu o f f i c i a l l y appointed .mri :-u really iiL'Ver hud the job. Mrs. House veil and Secretary Perkins have spoken for Miss ^ low. Critics of t h e a p p o i n t m e n t us-..- t h a t fact as ·evidence notch women DemucraU i n f l u e n c e ihi- President when he «ppi j women. Nothing illegal aboul t l i a t -- b u t the critics are boiling. j W h a t makes t h e b a t i l e hotter is t h e difference in basic : held by the two women. Miss Stevens wants n a t i o n to wipe ci iminalions against wom.cn by passinjj the rmial rights amendment, Miss WinslnwV ;roup ha* I'uiiuht slowly to put over proteetivu laws for women--like p r o h i b i t i n g night wurk and limiting They contend the equal r i g h t s amendment vvuiiUl endanger protect i v e laws. Clubwomen all i-'.er t h r c o u n t r y art* sharply divided over issue. Ik-avi'ii know;, hov: ihe light, will end. Coach M ' D i s s a t i s f i e d D r i l l s Upscl' Begin Piling Up and Lisr Cannot be Completed This Week Delta Transportation Company i , . - - - - . i Bus Schedule . . H.-inlU :n.il H.-:.-: i A:!. -- (!:l»l A SI. ; i i s l :: i., I' ',! SOl'Tll l u i l ' M i 1\ ,\v, ;,. Mr,, All:nl. l i u l l l ! ·: l-Vvl; : ·..! \ ,. i, 1.UU-- · 1L':I. .......... A - I ' l l .mil llli'li A!l;i:i- ·'," :;ii A M :u.,i I :"Jt 1' M. l.'.VST I H i r . V I i ' I n - ! : · · ! - , · : . ' , ! . [ll-l/nm, Y i l ..... I : : · . . .1 Drew, |i.i.:!i. .,.1. ! : · · ! ! : . , . , CrfniK.ii.il :n,.l i:;,....-,r! . II 1,1 A SI.. :: ··' IV.M. \VKST I I I I I M ) , \ :·, i.. ,. \ lilfl'. A r t . i I..: J i . C . n . . . I 1 .;,, I l l i i f r , l.lilli- !!.'··]; . - · : · ! :,.!i.- . nprlli-- I ! : I U A.M.-- I n : in A M.-::40 I'M. (Vi.n M,,rll.i-w. A i l ; , i to: .Monrui 1 . I.ii . A l i ' x n n c l r i : , l.;i. Slirori'iKirt, :iml III l i m - m l n . A:!;. Id :-K) A.M. .-111'.! " : l n I ' M Scln'iliili. siiiiji'i-i in t-linmv W l l l i o i l i I l l ' I I r O . Iv\.'inin]|i cf (.lie w.-;y f.iri"; In i-luiliiis l i - u v Hi:lri;i.. . r.:ili- V,ll:u:.-. A l l . . . . .jl.'-" Mi'Cl-l ..... A r l : ....... 1 -17 I'lnr- I H i i f f . Ark ........... .'.'" I.llllr l i i n l . . Arl: ........... ."..·)- Mont-or. l.:i ................... J.sii Ali'Mlllili'l:), l.:l ......... -I T."i S!in l vi) 'jrt. L:i ............ -l.T'i Kl Iwr.-iiK Av], ............. -.Wi Hl'/o llKnmiit .in imuul (rip li,-k.'ls. Kxpnvs l u i i m l o i l on :ill . . Fur FiirMior inform.') linn rail Union Bus Station \Vrth r . i n ' l i i n . V. 1 .,;,.. K, i f ^ i ; 1 , . ' - - i - ; i ' - , , n ! I ' . I ' ! I T . a n d M , , r y l : i i K l a l ' I i - r I . . M - I'ini; :u ,·. i l i i .1 .r.iin .IM-V.I S"iltl.i-.isli'rn Conl'eren !!H-!;\'. [ · ; i'--.' 1 ;^.'!, l . i \ - i . ! ' i t e,i M. ' ;-ippi. 1 o n , - ; , . : FRENCH SOMALILAND^ ^ -^v -^- Edwin Watson Is Appointed To Secretarial Post W A S H I N G T O N . March (5. ( A P ) --The Wln'te House; ann'niived Inday L i i i i t Cnlunel K d w i n ."vi. W . i l - suii. President Hoosrv.-l!' M . H i - lary aide, would b e jippniricd - i pnv;i( lent secretary i» MI;.C ,!aine:; Huosevelt, abnut . \ ; - v i l 1. | Culune! Watson, a soldier of 311 j yuars service, v:ill he p r o n i o t i - d ' trom Coluiiel to Hi-i^'idi-r G e n - j eral, iMfeclive March 31. and w i l l ; retire, u p u n his o w n a p p l i c a t i u i i , ( one or l\vn day.1 Inter \vith i S i ' . 1 , lusher rank. ! A n n p u h i r aide at the W h i l e i Hou.sc since the s t a r t of Mie Kuose- j veil a d m i n i s t r a t i o n . Colonel W a t - ; n w i l l he a llrtfadier Genera! Out Of Gas--Call 246 Bryan Wilson Tire Co. 'Ml l"i-r :-t'.l .illi!!. 1 , , l ! l ( l r.'-.pt'.'MU'i' v t - I V P | M \ i l i p . ! T h « l - . ; i ! f - dn::«-n ri'd'-hir'.s whn · K c n - - l i " i r . - - r i " . ! - . \ l l i i M - i List ;';ill and w h o . : .-.)·: i - . ' l H ' n i i ' i ' . t l y J V I - ' O r t C i ! .111(1 j h . - r t i . h . i \ : « li'u;;i\i no b e t l i - r ! / /^ ' ^ ''$$^ ^ ' C O L O S S A L I N A S M A L L W A Y ' i s t h o M-ounro i n i n i ; t t u r t i n o t i n - l n - u u .nl.iti-tcti in a model plane li\ ;i Ki-nund "pilu!." T h i s l l - m i n n - ( i m i i t r , \ s h l c h u i l l fly a lar^t* model for iirs lnin ii D t ' f n i i t niid?iri motor il.int. Map s h o w s one reaon w h y ' i, n - u n ly about 2-1 hours. I-Yfiin·(·'.-; recent reoccupalion ol ! t h e r M e t r i c ! p. reded to Italy in i ID.I.'i is i m p o i - t i i n l . For t h a t 308, s f f i i a r e - i n i l c area i.s at the nar- ! rowrst point of the Cab el Man- · deb S l r a i t , whose n n m e is Arnbiir I'm- "The aGln of Tears." And whoever conlrolj; tli'il pas:;nge to i-nd f n m i tin- -Snex C'nr.al. Island ; of D ^ u m e i r a . which France cuded | at the same lime, a p p a r e n t l y re- · m a i n s in I t n l i n n hnnds. Both Hal; lan anti Firr.ch troop movements i h n v e boon reported in this gen- I rr,il itrea. inorr lli;\n l.'i ttlimit Oic Miss To Oppose L.J. I n C M J O ^ - . . Indoor Tennis Tirles Divided Osiviii'^'vim ! n rov' ;: -ie T i'0i!bic With TV o Races \ ' ' v , \ ·· . .; I - . : ;. - . ! of New VorJi she was always in ! control. A f t e r solving Miss Bcrn- · liiird's siii'thiill s-.ratf.yy the rome- . ly Cali f o r n i n n butted out a 7-5, '·l-C. (i-l victnry. Tin- Snl)iM-net7. oombinntion downed Mowden nnd Miss Tnn- . hele in t h e mixed doubles, fi-1. v I M \ . t M;nvh «. ( A P ) -- ; The nu , n -, : doubles was tlie -". - ir; 1 . K^- ti"i:;i.-: c'l.'fm- Ml .;,f, s i tiling to an np-=rt in tho · - . , · : · - I ' i . ' - i n 1 . ' r i i - i l y b e 1 f ! : . ; i i s . lS S u i t o r a n d McCaiiliff ov- ^ ' [ 1 - ' ' : ' ' E-;: " : V . M - I - ; t .i v ,,i n ,i Sabin and .John Shostrum : of Cliit-ano. -l-(5. 18-lti, (1-1. C-;t. · , i : '..iiir i i . i t l i :i i- iiu-u ··'. Misses T:iubi-le and Suibcr had -n:.:!r- i i i l i - . -A-OIT no inub!o dispojiinij ol' Jean · · ' : . . ' i r . - · \ V . i \ iu i S, = - \ V i - i j ; h t and Jo.'-^ijhinc Sar. K i l i p j M i ' i . , : - , i l . HIT.. .T.,i P u : l i : i t » of Brooklyn. 6-1. t)-l!. in tiie wu- .\!!::;-!v- , i t - . i t ' t ' d up men's double.-. ,. ' i · · · · ! · ! ; ; ; ! - , · ti^-sr t".'u ' ItuFJUHt Sciilpliircs "1'carc" W!-i H i t - m : \ f d il..ui«!cs. SAN FRANCISCO. C'al. ( U P ) -- Read The Delta Democrat Want Ads. 111 S T U D Discriminating Iravelers enjoy j Ihe petfect service, beautiful ; appoi.itments, refined atmos- | phcre and convenient location J of this v/orld-famous hotel. I A. S. KlrXcby, Miniglni Oirtctof ThcJBldchstonc Michigan Avenue. CHICAGO DOBBS father Son S u U i · ·:;! h !·; 'A h'..'h worn won s r.-!v.l.-i::.ilion.-!--Clifi T.iubi-h- ed Sculptor H c i i i n m i n o I3ufano. c--»unV.-v · i-tiitute k i t ' S ; i i n t Francis of Assist w n t n e n ' s ' W;|S I n '"'" Il ''r n l controvcj - sy. is iitiv,' worUiiij; on ;. statue called 1 Pe;ir(\'' A .qmat admiror of Dr. Sim V : i ' - r n , whose sl^itue ho also G m r e 1 ; 1 ;; ul ;;^^[; m :i w ,^,^ n "l^ace" for ( i K M J M ' l O K :in-l K . M I H I N S K I ; \ K ) ; Wiley's Eloc. Sta- i'lMiiw iy!» ;»i;i l;iin H* cl'.inli'iijiivl trom . lU'.u'ly 1 wo \vct-ks i K j U L ' ^ ' i of \'eteraM of Xe\v York S.it- n:ils. li-X 5-7, li-^,' .nviitMi.- t h i r d con- .·f.-siul t r i p to I h e , Relieve [COLD] LOISCOMFORTi ; m y;H.5, -..7. 'be ^molun;; w.ij-th ^coii:;,', feel. St. Joseph Aspirin nss\iros jjunrEintccd hand,! uniformity, rimi^h, qunlity r.ntl pnr- ' " ,-.';;·" r. --·· : ·!· t h e \\\-: t i i i K - , :ip.-'-, ^V- tx)\v crcnomical prices--13 tnbUta M,'. . .-in' in.-.(If tj-.f s;ime kind of n in.n:- ;-···''·']. '.[··;'.j:i.;i\ ihe woman's field. \ v i l I j K . v c - o p t for a few {z.ime; in her '. 1 j l ' c m;| t'-'li w iih Hclon Dvrnhavd 1 Take 2 tablets of [ St. Joseph Genuine ' Pure Aspirin with , I ' J M M ' O I ft glass of water. ; f Report in 3 hours. | ^'^""b, 1 ;"^ i Dad's Dobbs P A P A M ' . i r x i i ' i : I'.nTK i'.\\ \ V I : A I HATS, l i n t . l l ' M u l : H A T S A U K riMH'oii'i'idxi:!' mi; T I I K I J K O V V I S O l i l i . N K I t A T I n X $5.00 Sen's Dobbs $3.50 St.«Tosepn The Leader, Joe Weinberg

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