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World Series Will Be In Hands agers. of Infant Man- EDITOR'S NOTE: This la the • third of a* s*rks of si* articles on the werld r«l*s by Walter John!"n, whose eld tram, the Senators, "ill mttl the New York Giants beginning Tuesdav at New York. . BY WAI.TRR JOHNSON lAs told <o Hill llraurher, NKA Service Snorts Editor.) NEW young t r-a ins leaders will' take Into battle nt the Ihlng to Washington's success Shlsi season. I Bill ferry started the Mason with what WM picked to be a seventh -place club. He look over a tremendous responsibility in succeeding a man like John McQraw. He made trades during last winter that the experts declamU'ere suicidal. On the defense Terry's club during spring training looked like anything' but a championship outfit. I hear It said that the pitching staff came through for him. but It seems to me he had lo have a lltlle more thnn that. Tlie Giants hnve been a fighting club for htm. even during the six weeks when he hnd to absent himself from the lineup. All . Ihe players ore for him. He Has lliplr confidence. He used Hubbel) during the year In much the same way Cronln used Crowcicr. Much credit must go to the.se capable "work horses." It hns been said by .sonic Hint Terry was spoiling n fine nliclfir by overwork. But Hiibljc-ll iws their been In great shape all year nml Polo Grounds Tuesday as the world &e- rify of 1933 begins. Fich has shown remafkabTc plumy to inspire Ihe players. Time nfter time I have heard .•.mart baseball men who. have been'In the game for years crili- c!ze Joe Cronin's'methods In han- dlln? the Senators. He has played hunches In his use of pitchers and . !fcm cd to thrive on • • * A testimonial to the spirit that Terry worked up In tlie team wns offered In that telegram of H!on- dv Ryan's. After Ryan was spiked In Boston, the team went Into a slump and the experts believed the long-exptcted crncltlng- up had come. The Giants losl seven games. The Giants were In St. Louis, quite often, and the charge lias teen made that he worked some i still In first place, when Terry re-' of the men too often. . icelved the following telegram from the fact that he has;Ryan: AM EN Strengthen Porkers Line I think won, and In doing so. has come through with all the men in good condition testified to his Judgment as to assignments and relief jobs. has!Ryan: AM EN ROUTE. THEY CANNOT BEAT US. Tlie telegram was tacked up on the bulletin board In the ' Giants' clubhouse. The team snapped out of its slump. .Joe Is a hustler himself. There are'several men on the team who niiBlit bog down, but Joe Is the kind of a fellou- who keeps them UD. He won't let a player flop! Like Bucky Harris, who led the team In 1924, Joe has had the benefit of several men coming thraush for him, men whose expectations for the season were uncertain—such a s Kuhel and Schulte. Their bats carried the Nats along through trying times back In June and July. Harris' playing at second base In.' 1924 gave us that wonderful year. The fine work of Knhel at There have been greater Giant teams than this one. • The club we beat in 1924 was a better club. But, this one has as much courage as any team I ever saw—and Smart switching of pitchers at critical .times probably will menu a great deal In this series. If Cronln follows the procedure lie adorned nt critical the season, Washington pitcher:, chance to see service. Terry's handling of ftAZORBACK GUARDS PAYETTEVILLE,. Ark. - The perennial shortage of football cwrds at the University of Ar-. l:niua.s Is a (hinj of the pnst. In other years any play- pitchers during this series is going lo be flrsl contributed as much as any-1 most Important, for pitching tlcnlly had n job cinched, (his yetr seven men are • waging :i (jrcat liBhl for the two guard peitiqns. Emil "Dutch" Boeppki their ppear to ritical times during ',";£', ""icn ao nearly all of the ! '"' a cl ' arlps Eln< *. w ho won llchcrs will have a '" Um " el ' c )nst > cnr ' ?PPea now I nppear s lo offer whatever chance s have' to win. PR-king the Winner 1 . the Gti NEXT LQV€4 €V€ TODAY EVE B.iYLESS. tnttr >ubt«Bt <• EARLE BARNES, B^TrnKIU •UMsrtT *f BUt*'l irt*itBtc»t •!«r*. KirrtM DICK BADER. • «M»r»« (!•• ••periH1e*4cvt. Dtok I* M«t t» tike rkaw »f «- co»- •tmtln t*k la Ike A«lr*«<«ck«. It will rc^mlr* at temut • rrnr' I* ffmrlclt kit KT« nfuta <• •• Kltk kl-. . • ' '-. MOSA AULBTT. «, T wHIn, Ulllkf* KT« u< to (Uflullr caulac ft..Mi >t tk> >aUe. 9k« • <• n»p«a>lklt f.r xVcral mlf- "<akr< for wfclck Bre f. Maaic«. • • Uak..«r> I. Dick. K,. k»a kfn •darlac <a« a| M k aimrktt. k«r- ' Nwlair -aiincr tnm kn «*Ikrr <">*.*t»l«r. Bk« l«m tktj. a* ifrll a> all.kcr »wa aarlaca aa< (4** Dtak Itft U tke k«mk. a I Chrluaua, iretka amaa 1i wkha Eve «a« Ml kear fra> Dfck. Sae U laa ataakora <a aa- •1t taal aaa wa> U <ka -wnmm a>< aaaloclae. Kra work, hanlri at Ike mmtr. trrlmf I. (ora-el ker trauMea. Htr p-.tkt'r e»ra ta vl»lt ker-aaa 1 trio ta »enuie ktr to clve •» ker lab. Tata Yerttaf™ '**' ***"*• tke •*' aa4 laat akWaa'k«»*^at"" "" ta take M. alace. °» a doctor** atvlee ike lakta krr Taeatln early aa< a>eM*a, ta it ta Flae F.rr.l ta ate IHtlt, Kre tffln tkey »ut arrive at' •°MF aaa'entaailac aaeitt tkdr talnre. ' Dlek welcome* ker fcat mat aa -•tafnlr aa Ere ka< kope*. He takea aer ta vjMlt kla Aaat Soratnala, a* jfata alt. Retant- >•«• fcre U tare ake kaa laat • al« lave. BOW GO O!f WITH THE STORT ' CHAPTER XLV1I PVE occupied the time while •" Dick was at work la Idle, pleasant ways. She would drive with him to the camp In the morning, return with the roadster . and later drive back again for • him at tho close ot the day. When she was alone she usually spent the time exploring the village or following Inviting country roads. ; Mrs. Williams accompanied her . on a short drive occasionally but for the most part Evo went alone.' . She preferred to be alone because there was so much to think about. Lake City and Biiby's department ..store seemed far away and relatively unimportant In this new environment. Here In Pine Fnr- ,est many things Eve had regard• *d u trivial took on a new sis- nincance—tho wind whispering •In the pine trees, arbutus nestling under rusty leaves on a hill nlop- Ing to the afternoon sun, Quaint doorway* leading Into homey "white cottages. —.There was one cottage In particular that attracted Eve. Perhaps It was because the cottage . was vacant and there was a "For Rent" eign In the window. Emboldened by this. Eve opened the gate one day and went Inside to txplore. Through the windows ..Ihe caught fascinating glimpses ol the Interior ot the house with ^replaces, a charming stairway and beautifully paneled doors. ETC wondered it Dick, too, had .be«a attracted bj the cottage. Sis directed their itepa paat it oae evenia* when they were out tor a itroll bat he made no comment Indeed, he did not N much u (lance toward the Uttto boat*. -WoU, If he ao longer eared abost a boaM tber* waa DO ream wky XT* stolid que cither. Per' lerent oven If ih* had tlrea op her work at Blxby'i when they married. Now she at least had something to turn, to U Dick failed her. She had been light, after alt. A woman should bilM up a. place In the-world for herself:. Then if her marriage doei not come out. satisfactorily sue. can go on slone. ; . .' • a a rVR decided not to think' of the . white cottage any: more, with the apple tree lifting a branik of pink and-white blossoms', to the e&ble window and tbe friendly lllao by the garden -gate. She would try to forget that It might be a lot more fun to bang crisp, milled curtains at eatings windows than -to write about those curtains In advertisements for Friday bargain sales. But she foaid not return to Lake City without knowing urns- ?ou resented them, didn't you T Fine Forest don't yM wUk y»i eonld stay there the rest «f year life Instead ot Just for a year or so T Don't you ever think ol a permanent job In one place and a permanent home—a home ol yoar own?" Dkk pushed the gate aside and togothw they went up the flower- bordered brick walk and sat'dpwa on the, porch steps. • <' "As I'ro told you, 1 .' he said, '^no Job la permueit .But"a. permanent" homcT—yes, of "cour*a I're thought of that—vorkeid -tor years'wHh It in mind." : Dick took out his pip* and lighted it "£ve, there's something I didn't intend to tell you about until it became a sure thing and there'd be no chance for disappointment. Those Tuesday evenings when I left you alone and didn't explain where I'd : been— thing deHnlt* about her husband's plans for the future. Somehow she was determined she would find a way to mako him talk about those plans In the few days that remained of her vacation. However, even this important matter was crowded out of her thoughts temporarily by a brief, hastily-written letter from Arlene. 'II ona is gone! " the letter said. "We don't know eiactly why or where, but she has left us, bag and baggage. 1C. I wanted to be mean and suspicions I'd think her hasty departure hid tome- thing to do with the arrest of her racketeer boy friend a Jew days ago after A shooting affray. "L«st night's paper mentioned the fact that he had been seen several times lately with a blond ;Iri companion and this morning Barnes received Mona's resignation, sweetly and regrettully worded, saying eLe had an offer ot a Job la Pittsburgh at a substantial advance In salary and was leaving at once to take It She left her fountain pen and a few odds and tnds ot cosmetics In her so 1 c.illed her board- Ing house tu find out II ehe had left a forwarding address. She hadn't. Jnu told hjr landlady she'd send It when gho waa located. Of. cours* she von't. She's probably scared Billy, and It serves her right tor going about with crooks. Hateful as she's been to you and me, I don't wish the little fcM auy h&rm but I'm honestly glad that you'll have her off your hands when you take charge ot tho office." Ere, too, was glad to have that difficulty removed from her path Everything, she mused, was clear. Ing the way for her new position at Blxby'e. Nona's departure Dick's Indifference—eierjthlngl evening she and Dick one* more passed tbe collage with tke "For Real" card In the window. "Diek," Eve begin, pausing at (M fate which Blood halt open "don't 700 ever get tired ot g»- Inc tren place, to place? -When r.»« fotM U a lotebj Tillage Ilk' /mvc the Inside track 'but the excellent showing of Earl Hagen Hid Billy Sp'vey in the season's '.polling Baino against College ol 1 Ozarks makes It necessary for Boeppie and Black to put on nytra steam if they expect to ve the Jlrst cnH against con- reiir« opponents. Earl'. Pulton, light but hard-hitting youngster MI Hot Sp'ings,'also demands attention on the strength of his icwlng against Ctearks' •. Boeppie is married and makes his home In Fayetteyllle: " Black linllM from Corning." Each of these toys weighs '170 pounds i'ayin is from McGehee and made his mark last Saturday •.vhen lie booted four goals after icuchdown over the ! crossbar. Gf-rvey's home'Is at Sclavs, Ark. ihd he playe' 1 on the- lifonticello A. & M. (earn before coming litre. Spencer Is the only Razorback guard n-eighlng over 200 His home is In Fort Smith and played on the Arkansas Tech Eleven last season. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER'' 2ft ; 1933 WEES DEFEAT American Champs Lose to Second Place . Crew; Dodgers Lose, Tie. The Washington Senators,. American lenguc champions, dropped a Rome York to (he second place New Yonkew yesterday while their opponents to be In the world Miles, (he OlanUs, watched from 'he Yrintae stadium stands at New York. The Senators lost an 11 to 9 Chicks And Seminoles Play Postponed Game Lale Toda p.m. Their meeting postponed from Iwt nlfht until this afternoon because of yesterday's rainstorms the Blythevllle Chicks and Oscc- O!Q Scmlnole.4 clash at 4:30 at Haley Reid. Local school ofltclpls said the game was postponed because of the heavy rains yesterday and the possibility that the rain would have continued last night. As It »'as the ruin ceased, but the field Monday aft«r a week's visit to Hie (Jitlon for f. grid contest. Even with the rainy outlook the announcement late yesterday afternoon that 1 the game would be postponed came us something of a shock l,o former grldders and ' veteran 'IJHS postponement who rcrallcd that of grid games be- decislon In a hectic game In which cause of anything short of a train the lend switched back and forth has been 'rare Indeed rewral times. The Giants watch- 1 While the rains made a quag- ed the Nats let th« Yanks take a ; mire out of the Haley Field grid- tlle lcad twice I Iron school otlicials, who are 'try- Ing to bring their athletic fund "out of the red." indicated Hint the possible effect on the attend- ' 11 *" themselves before losing out. Al Crowder. ace pitcher of the Senators j,lnfr. was credited with the loss. Moore wa s the winning hurler. The Senators collected 15 and the Yanks 14 hits. Babe Ruth and Sammy Byrd of the Yanks hit homers. Thf Boston Red Sox defeated the Philadelphia Athletics In the only omer American league game. The score wn s 4 to 3. Brown was the winning pitcher and Peterson the loser. The Brooklyn Dodgers lost to Ihe Boston Braves 5 to 4 at Brooklyn and tied another game, 2 to 2. Brandt was the wlnnintr pitcher of the first game and Frankhouse and Benge tolled to 'he second game tie. Outen hit for the circuit in th« second contest. DID YOU KNOW THAT— Now that Pug Rentner is out of Northwestern, they're tell in? ..a corter on him ... It seems that the Wildcats' Jlne wasn't holding In one game, and the backs were getting away so slowly thai they were twine nailed behind the line time and time'again . . . which aroused Coach Dick Hartley no little '. . . Pug was starting out like a truck horse, and Dick soon directed his attention to the star halfbacl? . .. . Finally, after Rentner had pulled an ob;. vipus;boner, Dick rose in wrath,' pointed to Luke Pessler on the bench and yelled . . . "Go In there and take that fathead's .place!" . . . Luke started out. took a couole of steps, then turned to Hanley and shouted so all could hear . . . "Which s fathead do you mean, coach?" (he decision to postpone the game. The gome was 'first postponed until tonight, which Incidentally was the original time slated for Hie till. The gome had been set up to Thursday night because a Jewish holiday, starting Friday at sundown, would have prevented Capialn Mplvln Lapldes, nee of the Osccola team, and several others from taking part in the gome. After the game wns again set back for tonight It was decider! jjs an accomodatlon to (he Osceola team that the tilt would be played this afternoon in order to allow the Seniinoles lo use Lapides ami their other Jewish players and because II was believed the fans would really like to see the Osccola star in the gome. Crawford Greene, superintendent of the Blythevllle schools, pointed out that with ti-e game scheduled to begin would be late store employes most of -the game. Flood lights probably have to be used for at 4:30 o'clock it enough for many and others to we ance come, in for consideration In [ the latter part of the game. Gi:N' ABEI.AF1DO I'.ODIU- is Ihe president of Mex. l<:o. Tlif: flag bltou'n is thru of CJI1I.K. Tli« Pun-American Consre.^s wlii Ije held this year ill MO.XTKVlUiX). tm'GTJAY. few years." he says, "and will continue to be a better football team than any Big Ten school can master within the 'next tew years, barring accidents. But the average etrenglh of Big Ten learns Is above thai of ire Pacific coast conference's." * • » The 0 am biers \ Phelan tells of gambling vlngs throughout Pacific coast territory, betting thousands of dollars on results of games and points scored. SLIDES V BILL BRflUCHER. Football Farms Amos Alonzo Stagg used to say In his later years at the University Jimmy Phelan of Chicago that entrance require- j ments were so high t.'.-ey kept gcotl ! prospects off the Midway gridiron. ! But there's a way to beat that. too. Jimmy PheUn, former Purdue I coach who id at tlie University of .Well, it's like thla." he went on. "Tears before I met yon 1 heard of an Inventor who had a patent on the greatest little engine In the world. His friands bad backed him with their money and his friends' friends did likewise. I put up all I could spare at the time. Each week he held a meet- Ing to report the progress ol tbe enterprise. Our fniln In the man and his engine grew and as time went on we pit In more and more money. It would probably be hard or you to reallie tbe enormous mount of money 11 takes to bring in Invention like this from (be [ream stage Into actual operation, he red tape Involved, the dl>ap- ^olntmepU'and aetb»cka "JICK blew a fllmy wreath of •^ smoko and then continued: { "But when a man la honest and on back him with your laal dol- ar you can't leel too badly U all lost .You feel sure that he did all he could, anyway. That's how telt about this. Bwt I didn't want to build np your hopes In case the thing should fall. 'Down there In the shadows ot an old machine shop near the ake front In the factory district ot Lake City week by week we atched the enterprise. And now, Eve, I believe nothing can stop'lt It may take a couple ot years more but whca we take the lid orl that business the world will sit up and tAke notice. "When that time cornea, Eve, I won't have to move on from pl»c« to place, wherever I'm sent. I won't have to work at all It I'd rather oot." "That—thst BUSINESS FOR THE RIGHT MAN will be «n« for you, Dick," Eve said, trying to put Into her voice the enthvalMm and gladneu he seemed to expect. But she did not feel glad. Now she had no choice except to return .to her work at Biibi's. If she told Dick now that she was willing to make a home for him wherever his work took him he would think It was sot bM ot lovs (or him but because his financial success was assured. Yesterday sat could have toll him, bat not today—not everl. (To B* CoMMed) ~ | BUICK-PONTIAC franchise to be placed with the right man in this city! Pacific coast. • » » No Time Lost "It's sort of a farm system," says Jimmy. "Suppose a likely looking football player lacks the necessary credits for matriculation at one of the larger const universities. He enrolls at a junior college and plays football under u coach who leaches the system used at the conference school the boy plans to enter. After tlie boy lias done the required school work, he is admitted to the conference school without having lost any time out at all from football studies." PlMlan offers u challenge to pen-in-handers (the people who write pro and . C0!i letters to the editors) when he breaks down and admite that the cjuality of football played in the Big'Ten is superior to that generally seen on the coast. "Southern California probably would have been in-a-slippery con- Big Ten 'champions (luring the last ROXY Friday & Saturday MAT. and N1TE—lOc - 2ac Thrills As Boundless •As the Sea! 'BELOW THE SEA' RALPH BEI.AMY and FAY WRAY CARTOON -•- SERIAL T KE Buick-Olds-Pocliac Sale* Company—a subsidiary of General Motors-wanU a good business man to establish a Buick.Pontiac dealer. *hip in thi» community. Naturally, we want the best 'man we can get ... a man fairy capable of establishing a permanent and profitable saV» and service business. He must be a man of sound business judgment... O f good reputation among his fricnd» s -and neighbors ... a man who it willing to give liberally of his time and his abilities to- R. W. PEEK, Zone Manager Buick - Oldi - Pontiac Sales Co. Memphis, Tenn. Sunday - Monday MAT. and NITK—lOc - 25o All Aboard For The Laugh Cruise Of The Season! ward selling Buicka and Pontiacs to new prospects, and helping Buick and Poutiac owners to get the most satisfaction and pleasure out of their can ... If you are the man we want—or if you know of such a man—we should be glad to tell you all about the Buick.Pontiac franchise and explain its many advantages. But we advise you to act quickly. Such an opportunity is not tikelj ' to be available for long. . . Write or win. SUMMEHVIUE ZASU PITTS MR flRffMATC WithUn.Merk«l,H«nrvAr- metti, Btrton Cdurchill, Wtrrcn Hymtr, George Mirion. IT'S A SCREAM) Produced by Ctrl L«mmk, it., horn the plly by Dtnitl J«rr«lt and John Golden. Directed by William Wykr. Presented by Ctrl Leeamle. A UNIVERSAL HOURE. Broadway Gossip No. Masquers Comedy ing us to win by two touchdowns. I make every effort to win by one." HEMORRHOIDR (Piles) cured without the knife. Skin cancer, nricosed veins, tonsils removed 'non-surgically. DRS. MES and N!tS Office 514 Main Phone S» Coolest Spot In. Town! Last Time Today Mat. lflc-.'!0c Night 10c-40c The Musical Hit. of the Season! 'MOONLIGHT AND PRETZELS' CARTOON - - NEWS SATURDAY MAT. & NITE—lOc - 25c SPENCER TRACY . FAY WRAY : Ralfk MORGAN fujnwPALUmE Hattrl MUNDIN Sunday - Monday MAT. and NITE—r!0c-35c Working Girls Hy Day - - Men : R.v Night! GIcrHylnj three branty experts In a picture that will move yon to laughter and tears! The season's surprise hit! With MADGE EVANS ALICE BRADY Ol(o Kroter, Una Merktl, May Robson and Phillips Holmes Paramount News Laurel & Hardy Comedv . ! i

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