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THE PALLADIUM-ITEM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, SUNDAY, JANUARY 21, 1940 5 Harrisburg Downs Kifchel 26 fo 18 To Win liberty Invitational Meet Fayette County Champions Lead Throughout Contest; Boston Loses in Semifinals LIBERTY, Ind. Harrisburg won its second championship in two weeks and won the Liberty Invitational tournament for the second straight year by defeating Kitchel 26-18 in the final game here Saturday night. Harrisburg had eliminated Brownsville in the semifinals and Kitchel had won over Boston in the afternoon round. Lowell Finch, Brownsville, received the sportsmanship award. Kitchel held the champions to an 8-7 lead In the first quarter but the Fayette champs ran up a 15-9 lead in the second period and pushed out in front 21-11 in the third quarter. Purcell, Harrisburg's scoring ace was held to three points but Cath-cart and Griffith led the winners with 11 and six points. All-Tourney Team Forwards K. Bostick (Kitchel), Purcell (Harrisburg), Cathcart (Harrisburg). Centers Cappel (Harrisburg), Patrick (Alquina). Guards Lawton (Kitchel), Griffith (Harrisburg), Finch (Brownsville). Kitchel's last-half attack eliminated Boston in one of the afternoon semifinal tilts after the Terriers had led 14-11 at the intermission. Boston scored only one point in the third period and trailed 19-15 as the two teams entered the last period. The final score was 26-18. Harrisburg led all the way in defeating Brownsville 37-26 in the second semifinal battle. Finch, Brownsville guard, hit five long field goals to keep the Lions in the running. Summaries: Harrisburg (26) Lindsey, f. Cathcart, f. 4 Kerr, f Cappel, c. Purcell, g Griffith, g. FG. FT. TP. 10 2 4 3 11 0 0 0 2 0 4 113 2 2 6 Totals 10 Kitchel (18) FG. K. Bostick, f. 2 D. Bostick, f 1 K. Brandly, f. 0 E. Brandly, f. 0 Horn, c 0 Gilbert, c 0 Lawton, g. 3 Call, g. 0 6 26 FT. TP. 2 6 Anderson Wins in Tourney Anderson's "C" team won the four-team invitational tournament at Civic hall Saturday night by defeating the Marion "C" team in the final game 19-15. Earlier this season Marion had twice defeated Anderson. Richmond's "C" entry won the consolation game from Muncie after losing in the afternoon to Anderson 30-22. In the other afternoon game Marion won over Muncie 17-10. In the consolation game Muncie scored only one field goal against Coach Lowell Rivir's boys but 13 free throws in 22 attempts kept the Muncie boys in the running. Summaries of the Richmond games: Anderson (30) FG. FT. TP. Bamett, f. 4 3 11 Hyatt, f. 2 2 6 Love, c. '. 0 0 0 Shipley, c. 5 0 10 Cates, g 0 11 Belangee, g. 10 2 LaMarr, g. 1 0 0 0 Butler Trims Detroit 41-34 INDIANAPOLIS. (AP) Butler's Bulldogs ran the towering University of Detroit Titans ragged here Saturday night as they raced to a 41-to-34 basketball victory before a slim crowd of 2,-000. Butler, completely outclassed in the matter of height, cut loose with blistering speed to leave the brawny Titans flatfooted time after time. Holding only a 5-to-4 lead at the end of 10 minutes of play, Butler opened up to race away to a 20-to-10 advantage at the half. This was enough to allow the locals to withstand some fine long shooting by Charles Buchholz, Detroit guard, in the last half. Loren Joseph, Butler center, played a brilliant game until forced out of action by the personal foul route with slightly more than three minutes of the game to go. Up to that time he had held Bob Calihan, Detroit's high scoring center, to two field goals. Summary: x FG. FT. TP. 2 0 Detroit (34) Piana, f. Pegan, f. Lundgren, f. Dulappa, f. Totals 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 6 3 I i : 0 i 1 ! 0 i 7 I o ! i 18 I Kitchel (26) FG. K. Bostick, f. 3 D. Bostick, f 2 K. Brandly, f 0 Horn, c 1 Lawton, g 2 Call, g 0 Totals 8 Boston (18) FG. Heinbaugh, f. 2 Fudge, f 0 Turner, f 0 Wadsworth, f .. 0 Cooper, c 0 Schweizer, c 0 Buckland, g. 3 Hamilton, g. 1 Totals 6 Harrisburg (37) FG. Lindsey, f 1 Kerr, f. 3 Cathcart, f 1 Simpkins, f. 0 Cappel, c 1 Jarvis. c 1 Purcell, g 5 Shields, g 0 Griffith, g 4 FT. TP. 5 11 0 1 0 2 2 4 1 2 6 2 Totals Richmond (22) Borton, f Rodefeld, f Jay Vogelsong c. .. Murphy, c. . Kolger, c. Reller, g. Dailey, g. Keesling, g. Totals -12 6 30 FG. FT. TP. - 0 0 0 4 2 1 . 0 1 . 0 1 9 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 10 4 2 0 2 0 4 22 10 26 FT. TP. 0 0 2 0 3 0 0 1 4 0 2 0 3 0 6 3 18 Richmond (17) Borton, f. Rodefeld, f. Murphy, f Jay Vogelsong, c. Jack Vogelsong, c. Reller, g Keesling, g Dailey, g ... 1 ... 0 0 ... 0 ... 2 ... 3 . 0 FG. FT. TP. 0 11 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 Biringer, f. 0 Adams, f. 0 Calihan, c 3 O'Brien, c 0 O'Donnell, g. 0 Buchholz, g. 3 Brice. g. 2 Gedda, g. 1 Totals 12 Butler (41) FG. Braden, f. 3 Dietz, f 5 McCray, f. 0 Norris, f 0 Schumacher, f. 0 Joseph, c. 1 Hamilton, c. 0 Clayton, c. 0 Steiner, g. -. 3 Neat, g. 5 Deputy, g. 0 Whittinghill, g. 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 5 0 0 1 1 0 10 34 FT. TP. 2 8 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 Totals 17 11 0 0 0 4 0 0 7 10 1 0 41 FT. TP. 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 3 6 2 0 4 2 11 0 9 .. 0 . 0 . 0 ...16 5 37 FG. FT. TP. Totals Brownsville (26) Sacre, f - 1 0 Daggy, f 1 0 Miles, f 0 0 F. Grant, c 2 0 Hildebrand, f. 0 0 E. Grant, c. 0 0 Moore, g 3 1 Maher, g 0 0 Finch, g 5 1 Totals 6 Muncie (15) Kelly, f. Fletcher, f. Fickert, f. Allen, f Lundsford, c 0 Dailey, c 0 Arlington, g. 0 Comer, g 0 Dunn, g 0 Neff, g. 0 Totals 1 5 17 FG. FT. TP. 1 5 7 0 0 0 2 0 2 3 1 0 13 15 Marquette Trims Northwestern Five MILWAUKEE, Wis. (AP) Marquette staged a complete reversal of form here Saturday night to humble Northwestern, 46 to 30, in a fast basketball game marked by the accurate long-range shooting of the Hilltoppers. Marquette, which took its worst licking under the Bill Chandler regime earlier in the week from Michigan State (48-19), was ahead all the way after breaking a 2-2 tie at the start. Dick Klein, Northwestern's sophomore find, rang up five of his team's dozen baskets but no other Purple player was able to score more than six points. The Hilltoppers were paced by Bill McDonald, forward, who made 14 points. Ralph Amsden, Couc-memenich, and Bill Staffeld all figured prominently in the scoring. Marquette ran up an early lead of 9-2, saw it narrowed to 11-8, and then increased to 22-16 at the half. 2 Mooreland Defeats Straughn ; To Win Henry County Tourney ii Totals 12 2 26 Referee, Pierson; umpire, Baker. Parker Hall Gets Pro Football Award NEW YORK. (AP) Parker Hall, rookie star of the Cleveland Rams, was named Saturday as winner of the National Football league's most valuable player award. Hall, former All-America player at the University of Mississippi, will receive the Joe F. Carr memorial award. Selection of Hall as the most valuable player was announced by Ken Smith, president of the Professional Football Writers' Association of America, after a tabulation of votes of a committee of 40 active football writers in nine league cities. SPICELAND, Ind. Mooreland's undefeated Bobcats took a hard fought game from Straughn here Saturday night to win the Henry County tournament. The final score was 32-28. The Manifold boys racked up 28 of the 32 points to lead the Bobcats in their victory while Hawk and Macy led the Indians with 10 and eight points. Mooreland led all the way and Straughn never was closer than four points after the first period. The Bobcats led at the half 15-8. Mooreland entered the finals by defeating Kennard 43-15 in the afternoon semifinal game. L. Manifold scored 22 points in this game. Nelson paced the losers. In the other semifinal game Straughn defeated Sulphur Springs 27-23 after leading at the end of the first half 12-6. 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Koontz, g. 3 1 5 1 0 2 12 2 1 0.. 0 1 0 8 3 10 2 1 4 28 FG. FT. TP. Conwell, g. Kirby, g Ridgeway, g. Totals . 2 0 9 0 2 0 4 - 0 . 2 - 0 19 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 5 0 22 0 4 0 8 0 4 0 43 Kennard (15) Taylor, f. Kendall, f. Nelson, f. Pitts, f. Jessup, c. Kerr, c. Lowe, g. B. Shadoein, g. ... Harvey, g. J. Shadoein, g. . Totals Straughn (27) Marv f. Powell, f. Blackburn, c. . Hawk, c. Gilbert, e. Huddleston, g. FG.'. FT. TP. 1 0 3 0 1 G 0 0 1 ... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 .. 6 3 15 FG. FT. TP. 5 4 14 0 11 0 11 0 0 0 4 1 9 1 0 2 Totals 10 7 27 Sulphur Springs (23) FG. FT. TP. Carmichael, f. Brenneman, f, Ritchie, f. Jackson, f. Peckinpaugh, c Stanley, g. Murray, g. Harder, g. 1 3 1 1 1 0 2 3 1 0 Totals 7 9 23 Referee, Huey; umpire. Walker. 9 -A- Afv; r - v v i The Champions Harrisburg won the Liberty tournament title for the second straight year Saturday night. Front row, left to right, Kerr, Shields, Jarvis, Cathcart. Second row, left to right, Coach Harley Anderson, Lindsey, Simpkins, Hughes, student manager. Back row, left to right, Cappel, Purcell, Griffith, Gray. 7 ; J h ' m -r" fi y - a - '- J hi - - i f CV - -.,4 1 tJ? IS . Palladium-Item Photo. The Runners-Up Kitchel's Cowboys were the runners-up in the tournament for the second straight year. Front row, left to right, S. Dixon, principal; Swafford, student manager; Coach Keith Stroup. Second row, left to right, E. Brandley, Martin. K. Brandley, Schwyhart. Back row, left to right, Gilbert, Horn, D. Bostick, Call, K. Bostick, Lawton. South Side Takes Thriller From Connersville 36 to 32 FORT WAYNE, Ind. South Side's Archers scored their thirteenth consecutive victory of the season Saturday night but they had to shake off a fighting Connersville quintet in the closing minutes to win 36-32. Holding a tremendous advantage in height, the Archers built up an 18-11 lead in the first half and held a 30-24 edge at the end of the third period. Connersville rallied, with Tress-ler and Selm leading the drive, to cut the lead to 30-28 with four minutes to play. Hines hit for the Archers from the side to run it to 32-28 but Selm dropped in a long shot to cut the margin to 32-30. Hines hit again to give the undefeated South Side five another four-point edge but Miller rang up a two-pointer from the side and Connersville again was within two points with two minutes to play. The Archers used their height to an advantage to keep possession of the ball and Braden and Hire sank free throws in the last two minutes to build up the four-point victory. Tressler hit six of seven free throw attempts for the Spartans, who made eight of 11 from the foul line. South Side converted on eight of 10 charity attempts. Summary: South Side (36) FG. FT. TP. Braden. f, Johnson Leads Indiana State CHICAGO. (AP) Indiana State Teachers' college broke a three-game winning streak for Chicago Teachers' college, 40 to 32, on the Chicago school's basketball floor Saturday night. The Sycamores jumped into an early lead but were continually pressed by the home quintet. A drive late in the first half gave Indiana State a 26-to-15 lead at the intermission. In the second period the Hoosiers fought off repeated rallies sparked by the Chicago Teachers captain, Joe King, and Joe Podraza. Center Harold Johnson was high scorer for the Sycamores with 11 points. Summary: Indiana State (40) FG. FT. TP. Hobson, f. .- 0 Mascari, f. . 2 Pearcey, f. 4 Avelis, f. 0 Holler, f. 0 Fox, f. 0 Johnson, c. 5 Julian, c. 0 Worley, g. 2 Smith, g. 0 Stelow, g. 4 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 1 4 9 0 0 0 11 0 5 2 8 Joe Beggs Hurled No-Hitter First Time He Tried Pitching Totals . .17 6 40 Chicago T'chert (32) FG. FT. TP. Podraza, f. 3 17 Jehn, f. 0 King, f. 5 Benish, f. 0 Kane, c. Gottfried, g. . Jones, g Healy, g Sullivan, g. Totals 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 11 0 .14 2 0 4 1 7 32 Anderson College Is 44-32 Victor HUNTINGTON, Ind. (AP) Anderson college defeated Huntington, 44 to 32, in an Indiana conference basketball game here Saturday night. The victors gained a four-point advantage in the first half and tripled it in the second period. Center Jack VanDyke and Forward Jarrett collected 12 points apiece for Anderson and Forward Kreiger scored 12 for Huntington. CINCINNATI, Ohio. (UP) The Cincinnati Reds will have another pitcher with a no-hit no-run game to his credit when Joe Beggs, former Newark hurler, joins the 1940 roster. Beggs, who was traded by the New York Yankees for Pitcher Lefty Lee Grissom, hurled a no-hit no-run game the first time he stood on the mound in his senior year at high school in Aliquippa, Pa., his home town. But before he tried his hand at pitching Beggs was a catcher. It was the coach of the high school baseball team who first saw the possibility of Beggs becoming a pitcher. He noted that Joe, as a catcher, always threw a sinker ball. So he suggested that Beggs switch to the other end of the battery. In fact, Joe's ability as a sink- ! er-ball pitcher, was the reason ' " f -Dill CT-"U 1 trade Grissom for him to the Yankees. The Deacon needs one to round out his pitching staff. The start of Beggs professional career was sensational. He was ; signed as a catcher by Benny Ben- gough, the old Yankee catcher, for the Washington team in the Perm State league. Joe left Beaver Falls college In 1934 to hurl the final three weeks of the season for Bengough and he won five straight games. His next stop was Akron, a Yankee farm team bossed by Johnny Neun, former Detroit first i Daseman. ieun sseni joe io uie i mound 41 different games in 1935. He won 15 and lost 14. The following year at Norfolk Beggs was called upon 44 times for mound duty and he won 22 games against only nine losses. It was Oscar Vitt, present Cleveland pilot, who managed the Newark team when Joe enjoyed his best year in 1937. Beggs won 21 games that year and lost four. He also won one game against Baltimore in the International league playoffs. " i J 1 ; . . ' f CM; i i lijJJiilMI Hockey Scores International-American League Syracuse, 4; Philadelphia, 3. Pittsburgh, 1; Indianapolis, 0. Hershey, 2; Cleveland, 2 (overtime tie). Springfield Indians, 1; Rhode Island Reds, 1. National League Toronto, 5; New York Americans, 1. Spiker, f. 0 Doemer, f. o Stiemer, f. o Hines, c. 4 Hire, g. 4 Hamilton, g. 3 1 0 0 0 2 4 1 7 0 0 0 10 12 7 Totals Connersville (32) Miller, f. Winters, f. Bragg, f. Foreman, f. 14 8 36 FG. FT. TP. 3 0 6 Hamilton, c. Tressler, g. Selm, g. Totals 1 1 0 .ZH 2 4 12 0 0 0 2 6 0 2 2 0 4 10 8 8 32 Greyhounds Win INDIANAPOLIS. (AP) Sixteen men played for Indiana Central Saturday night in a 47 to 40 Indiana conference basketball victory over Manchester college. The Greyhounds gained a 32 to 20 lead in the first half and reserves took over in the second period. Forward Nicoson's 14 points were high for Indiana Central Forward Newby tallied 11 for the Spartans. Guard Wolf of the losers got eight, all on free throws. St. Joe Wins FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) Center Neal Mosser scored 21 points for St. Joseph's college in a 53 to 40 basketball victory over Concordia here Saturday night. The losers took a 17-16 lead shortly before the end of the first half but the Pumas pulled in front at the intermission, 19 to 17, and won going away. Roster of 1940 Cincinnati Reds Pitchen Barrett, Charles Beggs, Joseph Cannon, John Derringer, Paul Hutchings, John Moore, Lloyd Riddle, Elmer BatsThr. HgL Wgt. R R 5:11 183 R R 6:00 172 L L 5:10 185 R R 6:03i 203 B R 6:02 200 R R 6:01 185 Date, Place of Birth Feb. 14, 1915 Santa Barbara, Cal Nov. 4, 1913 Aliquippa, Pa. Dec. 1, 1915 Georgetown, Ky. Oct. 17, 1906 Springfield, Ky. Apr. 14, 1916 Chicago, 111. June 10, 1914 Tuscarawas, Ohio R R 5:111 170 July 31, 1917 Columbus, Ga. Shoffner, Milburn Thompson. Eugene Turner, James Vander Mei John Walters, William Catchers-Baker, William Clifford, Neil Hershberger, Willard Lombardi, Ernie West, Richard Infielders Bevell, Russell Frey, Linus Joost, Edwin Lang, Donald McCormick, Frank Mack, Joseph Moran, Cyril Myers, William Riggs, , Lewis Werber, William Outfielders Berger, Walter Bongiovanni, Nino Craft, Harry DiMaggio, Vincent Galatzer, Milton Gamble, Lee Goodman, Ival Luce, Arthur McCormick, Myron L R L B R L R R L R 6:011 184 6:01 185 6:00 185 6:01 190 6:01 180 Nov. 13, 1905 Sherman, Tex. June 7, 1917 Latham, 111. Aug. 6, 1906 Antioch, Tex. Nov. 2, 1914 Paterson, N. J. Apr. 19, 1910 Philadelphia, Pa. Club 1939 .Indianapolis Cincinnati Newark Albany Cincinnati Pensacola Cincinnati Durham Birmingham Indianapolis Cincinnati Boston N. L Cincinnati Cincinnati Boston N. L Cincinnati Cincinnati W. ! 16 12 0 0 12 10 13 9 25 7 22 10 13 12 3 4 8 0 2 4 2 13 4 5 6 1 2 6 2 5 11 9 R R 6:00 200 R R 6:00 16.1 R R 5:101 167 R R 6:02 220 R R 6:02 180 R R 5:10 150 L R 5:10 160 ,R R 5:11 162 R R 6:00 175 R R 6:04 200 Feb. 22, 1913 Paw Creek, N. C. Indianapolis Sept 20, 1916 Oakland, Calif. Tacoma May 28, 1911 Lemon Cove, Calif. Cincinnati Apr. 6, 1908 Oakland, Calif. Cincinnati Baltimore Nov. 24, 1917 Louisville, Ky. Birmingham Cincinnati 27 11 G. Pet. 98 .338 119 .328 62 .345 130 .287 108 .321 7 .350 8 .211 B R R L R R L L R R 5:11 165 5:11 173 5:081 168 R 5:11 178 R 5:10 170 R L 6:02 198 5:10 175 R R 6:01 185 R R 5:11 183 SepL 24, 1918 Batesville, Miss. Aug. 23, 1912 St. Louis, Mo. June 5, 1916 San Francisco, CaL Mar. 18, 1917 Selma, Calif. June 9, 1913 New York, N. Y. July 4, 1915 Chicago, UL May 12, 1918 San Francisco, CaL Aug. 14, 1910 Enola, Pa. Apr. 22, 1910 Mebane, N. C June 20, 1908 Berwyn, Md. Oct. 10, 1905 Chicago, I1L Dec. 21, 1913 New Orleans, La. Apr. 19, 1915 Ellisville, Miss. Sept. 6, 1912 Martinez, Calif. L L 5:10 168 May 4, 1909 Chicago, TIL L R 6:01 170 June 28, 1913 Renova, Pa. L R 5:10 170 July 23, 1909 North view. Mo. R R 5:091 165 Aug. 11. 1915 West Sayville.N.Y. R R 6:00 190 May 6, 1917 Angels Camp, Calif. New Orleans Cincinnati Cincinnati Indianapolis Cincinnati Columbus Newark Muskogee Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Kansas City Cincinnati Indianapolis Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Birmingham Indianapolis t 94 125 42 149 156 93 57 127 151 22 147 97 66 134 154 8 135 3 72 124 146 149 .326 .291 .252 .267 .332 .279 .294 .341 .281 .158 .2S9 .258 .258 .257 .290 .071 .325 .000 .267 .323 .294 .318 Joe Beggs In the Little World series of 1937 between Newark and Columbus Beggs was the pitcher who started the Bears on the way to victory after they had lost three in a row. Joe pitched Newark to an 8-1 victory in the fourth game over Fiddler Bill McGee, and also helped pitch his team to their fourth straight win in the seventh and deciding game of the series. Beggs pitched for the Yankees during part of the 1938 season and collected a half -share of the World series dough. With the money he bought a home in Aliquippa where his wife, a former school teacher, and he now live during the off-season. Red Devils Face New Castle, Kokomo Quintets Here This Week in Conference Battles North Central Won Lost Pet. Marion Kokomo New Castle Muncie Lafayette Anderson Frankfort .. Logansport Technical Richmond . 8 6 6 6 4 3 3 2 1 1 2 3 3 3 3 5 5 5 5 6 .800 .667 .667 .667 .571 .375 .375 .286 .167 .143 Evansville Defeats Franklin 37 to 32 FRANKLIN, Ind. (AP) Evansville's Purple Aces, rankling from their first Indiana conference basketball defeat by Franklin last Saturday night, avenged themselves on the Grizzlies here Saturday night, 37 to 32. Franklin led at the half, 16 to 15, but Evansville came back strong with a second-period attack led by Bob Katterhenry. His 14 points were high for the contest. Tri-State Wins Over Tiffin Cagers 38-32 TIFFIN, Ohio. (AP) Tri-State college (Ind.) basketeers collected eight points in the final five minutes Saturday night to defeat Tiffin Business university, 38 to 32. The score waa tied six times in the see-saw game, including a 13 to 13 deadlock at the half. Five minutes before the final whistle, the Tri-State quintet launched a scoring spree which produced the victory. Bill Dyer, Tri-State forward, paced the invaders' attack with 17 points. Guard Blair Patterson led his Tiffin teammates with 10 points. Richmond's Red Devils face double duty in the North Central conference this week when they entertain New Castle's Trojans Wednesday night and play hosts to Kokomo Friday night. Both New Castle and Kokomo are tied for second place while the Red Devils are in last place, due to the Logansport setback Friday night. Other conference games Friday night will find Frankfort at Anderson, Technical at Muncie, Lafayette at Marion, and Logansport at New Castle. Richmond trailed Logansport 13-11 at the half after the Berries had pulled away to a 5-0 lead early in the game. In a spirited third-period drive Richmond held the lead twice and was tied with the Logansport netters at the end of the period 21-21. Goodale put Logansport out In front at the start of the final quarter and the Berries were content to hold the ball and play for breaks the rest of the way. Bussen hit Richmond's only field goal in the last quarter. The final score was 30-23. Summary: Logansport (30) FG. FT. TP. Beale, f. 3 17 Halderman, f. , 3 3 9 Goodale, c 2 2 6 Dunderman, g. , , 12 4 Long. g. , 12 4 Totals Richmond (23) Runnells, f. Wallace, f. Bussen, f. Reed, c Crouch, c. Chenoweth, c Baumgardner, g. Lewis, g. Stolle, g. Wysong, g. 10 10 SO FG. FT. TP. 11 3 10 2 10 2 2 2 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 Totals 9 23 Referee, McClain; umpire, Ashley. An EATitorial WIIEf! WINTER WINDS BLOW When the north winds chill you to shivering and the cold weather goes right through you . . . What you really need is more GOOD FOOD and plenty of it! See You Regularly! ALL-WEEK SPECIAL Tender Pan-Fried Cube Steak, Country-Style Gravy, Snow- flake Potatoes, Crisp Fresh Combination Salad with Wheelers De licious French Dressing, Hot Roll and Butter 35 In Richmond 716 Main St. 3 in Indianapolis

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