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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2. 1933 BLITTHEVILLE. (AHK.) COUK1ER NEWS PAGE THREK Tenms Evenly Matched In Mountain Circuit; Ulah U. Places Three. By NEA Service SALT LAKE, Dec. 2.—Selection DISTRICT TITLE Contends Record Has Only Loss to Blytheville As Blot. of n mythical All-Rocky Mountain Conference eleven in 1933 becomes a dliricult tusk because of evenly matched leading teams and close contests. C<; tishi was 'i-.e margin ol victory in several of the lindltional f/ames th:it UK coaches consulted :n this selection found an almost iiDpcsi'iule task in choosing among the star.;. Cue of the noi'reable features ol the conference r>!ay was the unusually stronji defense of prac- uually all the? hadhii; teams. As a result u unmoor of linemen flg- 'nre promlncnt'.v for the honor eleven. The conference also produced a 4 tioirp of excellent triple-threat Aicks .and ex:!?.crdlnary kickers. The forward passing of all of the major teams wes above the average of other years, the aerial game playing a pan in some of the principal victories. At the win? positions Captain Davies, Utah U.; Morris. Colorado Aggies; Lefferdink. Colorado U., nml McGuire, Denver University, leceive the call because of fine aefensive and offensive ploy. Davies is powerful in blocking up the opponent' running attack, a kood tackier, fine punter and pass receiver. Morris, aside from being the fastest en<l in the conference, who blocks his side of JOINER, Ark., Dec. 2.—Closing Its season with a 33 to 0 victory over Wilson on Thanksgiving Day the Shawncc Indians are laving claim to the Northeast Arkansas football championship. The same honor Is claimed by the Jonesboro Hurricane but the Shawnee consolidated school grid ders here believe their record to| be better than the Hurricane foN the reason that their schedule was," more representative of northeast! Arkansas opposition and that the GIFTS for Her THE PERFECT GIFT "FOIt HBll" ELIZABETH AUDEN'S VENETIAN TOILET Preparations EXCLUSIVELY AT BORUM'S love — KAYSEK'S underwear, gloves, hosiery. Reasonably priced. Jai-k Applebaum'i Take away the drudgery of washing In the aiming years. Buy "tier" an Apex Washing Machine. E. h. flEE SALES CO. ATTENTION MF.N! A small cash |>aymeiU will give your wile the perfect, gift—A HOME. See our listings. THOMAS LAND CO. GIVE HER JEWELRY Indians Irounced the Hurricane al i You will have no Irouble In se- _lnn*>t:Vwim . ]fr°t\nir ' o KlillfiVOn olfl frti- >>nt- Jonesboro. Shawnee claims the suitable, gift for her district. f rom our large and complete stock SILK NEGLIGEES Daintily tailored of Flat Crepo in Blue, Peach, Pink and Black A gift she'll 'appreciate. $2.98. J. C. VENNEY CO. Is a big, rangv boy most threats a-.ound ll:e line. He alio ranks among the ttst In the conference in snag- ping passes The tackles do not measure up to the 1932 standards, but from performances in leading games, Law, Utah State, and D. Epting, Denver, are the choice. Danny Savlch. Utah U., though at center part of the season, stands <;ut as one of th» greatest defensive ?nd offensive linemen of the conference. His v;cious tackling was re-sponsible for iraich of the Utes' defensive strength and his interference running made him invaluable on otfenso. Ballon. Denver, ran Savich a close race, but lacked the general all-round abllky of the Ute star. Nisonger, Brighjm Young, and Mc- fcy.enzie, Utah, were above the av- "crage oij defensive play, but lacked the Offensive punch of the all- star player;. Ward, Utah State, followed in the footsteps of his last year's teammate, John Vranes, all-conference center in 1932, and won the honor in 1033. He was an ex- eellent defensive man and a good passer. Both Grosvcnor, Colorado University, and Frv, Utah State, at quarterback, contributed immensely to their ter.ms' success. • Each k a triple-threat .back, excelling <n passing, running and wiclclng. The Coloradoan takes the edge because of his unerring generalship enuring the season. Pete Wilso:;. Brigham Young, end White, Colorado Aggies, are unanimous chores for halfbacks. Euth developed into the greatest f.pen field runners the conference has witnessed in a number of years, aside from being expert punters, and passers. Aldo Richins, though a halfback, Is. picked at fullback because he Is the leading rcorer in the conference and did most of his ground-gaining from the plunging position. Wagner, a sophomore at Coloradc. U.. hardly measures up to the Ute veteran. championship by virtue-of seven of Jewelry und gift gc<x!s. victories with only one lass, a de- ..„_.„__ .„.,.„„ „_„„_ feat by tbe Blythevilte Chicks. ALDRIDGE JEWELRY STORE Shawnee contends that the loss to Paraitould has been ruled as "no-1 game" because of the playing of seven Ineligible men on the Bull dog eleven, players who were not allowed to play against Bytheville or Jonesboro for Paragould. Except for their defeat by the Shawnee Indians the Jonesboro grldders have a good claim for the district campkmship, having beaten Blytheville and Paragould in decisive fashon as well as other northeast Arkansas teams. They lost to teams in other parts of the state, however. Nol only to the Shawnee players claim the championshto for this year but school officials have already taken steps toward placing Shawnee definitely on the top In gridiron activities to northeast Arkansas. It Is understood .that players from all over Mississippi county will-be in next year's-lineup and that arrangements . for keeping of students, Including a large group of grid candidates, In a dormitory here next year, with! sufficient work to help them meet' Give Something Practical She will appreciate a gift she can wear. We suggest Scurf Sets, Hosiery, Purses Gloves, Hats. Blouses; Sweater Suits, Dresses and Sweaters and Skirts. THE LADIES TOGGERY WAVNi: KNIT HOSIERY No. 113-a four thread, all silk, hlgli Iwlsl, 42 15:11151: chllfon. I'icot top f'.cot Insert nl ncm, all silk itrac- ci.sln fcot, knit in toe guard, ciirv- :d French hcol. $1. NEW YOKK STOKE A;.Dc!ci> lighting plant. Also Delco Radios foi 1 e-outiliy homes. i-:. u. GEE SALES co. GIFTS /or Him Hrtl Like n Now Scarfl Wr have the very kind. '111!. LADIES 'rOdiiEKY You can pleuse him with a I'lpe, liilltold, liox e.f Cigars, Shaving Brush or n Fl.iollllght. FOWl.KK 1>KUG CO. POOH OLD DAD How about i< nice conrfortiible chair with Ollonnn for him this ChrlKtnms. HllliUAIll) I DltMl'L'RE CO. KMART LOOKING SWEATERS \V!lh Klwvi'.s CT slcevclirss, co.i'. style:; or Pull-overs In the Inter rolur combinations. $1 to it. .. NEW .MICAU CLOTHING CO. GIVE HIM JEWELRY We can solve the problem of wfcat to give "him." ALDHIDGK JEWELRY STORE Only 17 More Shopping Days Until Christmas. DAINTY SLEEP TOGS Gowns and Patamas tailored of a nice quality filk Crepe in Pink, Tea Rose and Blue at $2.95 NEW YORK STOKK expenses, are being made Shawnee's record for the 1933 season aside from their claim of "no-game" in the Paragould loss follows: Shawnee, 1; Jonesboro 6.' Shawnee, 36; Harrlabtirg 6. Shawnee, 12; Blytheville 13. Shawnee, 26;. Trumann, 0. . Shawnee, 48; Parkin, 0. Shawnee, 26; Earle, 0. Shawnee, 47; OGceola, 0. FOR MEN ONLY! ! ! If you want to make your wife ibvc'.ypvj the year round give her a^Dodge or Plymouth automobile Reasonably priced an* equippei with.ail Ihe conveniences dear to a woman's heart. BARNETT AUTO SALES MAKE MOTHER HAPPY —Artd comfortable, too, with BEAUTY REST Mattress fo t'hristmae. HUBBAKD FURNiTTIRE CO. From SlfU, A-New Perrrunrot Add to her juppiness at Christmas -by glvlrig.lier a new Per .rria.rteiit"aCdur 'modern' shop. . Mirjirtt Oe«<. Beauty Shoppe ALL-ROCKY CONFERENCE • TEAMS first Team Pos. Second Team navies, Utah U. befferdlnk. Col. U. Knd Morris, Col. A. C. McOuire, Den. U. % ' End 'Epting. Den. U. Ostler, Utah U. Tackle law, Ut.ih St. Drain. Col. U. Tackle Savich, Utah U. Nlsonger, Brig. Yg. Guard Barton. Den. U. McKenzle, Ut. U. Guard Ward, Utah St. Carlson. Den. U. Cmter Grc.'.vcnor, Col U. Fry, Utah St. Quarterback Wilson. Bg. Yj. Damman, Col AC Hi!fbnck While, Col. AC Kramer, Ut U. Halfback Richins, Ulah U. Wagner, Co] U. HONORABLE MENTION: Ends. Carlson. Utah r.; Hull, Utah St.: White. Colorado U.; Gillesple, rilghnm Youm-; O. Epting, Den*«• U. Tackli;—Reeve, Utah U.; Mflcan, Colorado U.; W. Olsen, Colorado Teachers; Fena.' Denver U. Guards—M-irphy. Colorado U.: Brady, Utah S'.atc; Warner, Brigham Young; Civerra, Denver U. Centcrs—Hartm.in, Colorado U; Bridie, Utah IT. Backs—Bostough, Tcnver; • • iMissen, Colorado U. Mfclmer, Maag, Colorado A. c Those Army Exams West'Point Is riot such ah easy .'chobl for an athlete : lo enter, 1 a jismce at'the'Army football'ros- .tr Indicates.' Nearly all the fast- IJirgihg halfbarks -and- bruising inemeri have pud to prepare • for .he rigid army exams by'going to •.'rep : school -or college'and brush> ns' up 'on- mathematics^—and 'foot- Thls year,'several -young players n teams that played the -Army !Xed West Point so well they are hinklng of becoming soldiers. Lee f'Mercer; Pollocks of Pen n Milt-- p.ry and Hill of Coft are: cases re- orted. But i; may be several ears—if ever—before you see their mmes in an Army lineup. It's hose darned exams. fiuckler Sticks to U Take, for Instance, Johnny buckler, one of the Army bucks .vho probably <ylU be namee) on irost All-America teams this yer.x Texas Jack" went to trie Point .ran high Echoil and failed In his ,TS! year as a plebe. He 'went to iVxas Tech, came back for anther plunge at that old niathe- natici line and failed again. So ie v.ent lo Baylor. After a year a Jiiylor, he ,vas appointed again by -lep. O. H. Cross, and managed to jiiake the grade, That Is the story behind a grcai :iany of the experienced football jlajers at We r l Point. Nearly all iad to study at prep school or jollege before being sufficiently ducatecl to pa's the Army exams. Beauty Brinrs Happiness The Christmas Season will mean more to her if she has a new .ermanent. Make her a present if one. GRACE ELANORE SHOPPE SI:KIH: JACKETS Button or Jilii'mr models In n great variety of colors and styles. SC.50 (o $12.50. NEW MKAI> CLOTHING CO. SHOP EAKLY Gur stocks nro coniplele now ant! a small payment will hold any article until Christmas. GUARD'S JEWELRY STORE Bicycle Tires, Morns, Saddles, Baskets, llundlo drips, S|x>kb l.eelb, uiiivs, Brake Parts, liepalr- ll{. Carney's s|, 0 |p. 113 S. Flrat St 1'honc Mi. Giv« Somelblm Eketrtcdl' aiid Floor LampB, t\ to $10, Westlnghouse Iroas.'Heallhg Paui/. Percolators, TpaBlers, Balhrobrir Heaters, Waffle Irons, anil other, rpiillnnces. Xmns' Tree Decqrallbris' nntl i.lJhl Sets. \Vitlpole JOlcctiic Shop •J(M W. .Main Phone '314 GIFTS Jor LJ " " Home V/hy not give him on OtTlcc Chair Cushion, Treasure Chest or SheatTer Po'i fur Christmas? ACTON PRINTING CO. Fhorw 10 We Know What He Wants Parker Desk S°t, Pljx?, Cignrs, or Slmvlng Set or Shealler Pen. BELL'S PHARMACY Make your liomo mcxlcrn and convenient for Christmas with MilH-ln cabinets, shelves, breakfast nooX. wiill brackets. R. J. rclcnon, 200 N. Zlsl A lasting gift ror your wife—A Frigldalre, '.he most modern electric refrigerator on the mor- ke:, E. B. Gee Sales Co. Give a Pen and Pencil Set, Billfold or Shaving Outfit. R01IINSON DRUG STORE Only 17 More Shopping Days Unlil Christmas. Gifts for Kiddies , Santa . \Ve Sell VveVyOilnij—the bell 'efual- Ity Xirias .Cllf:s. Radios, Musical Instruments, C p i;idles, Lamps, Leather Goods, Glassware, Electrical I'ARRHURST CO., 109 E. Main Cilve Ideal. niillt-In Furniture All Klnih of Cabinets AllKMO l.UMIIKK VAltl) ,, OUT NOVELTIES Cook 'Ends, Ash Trays, What-Nots, Vase?,, Boudoir Iflpips. Table . I amps and novelties'of all kinds, (iUAKD'S JKWKI.ltY STORE . - SPECIAL asKOvimcnt of elft, nov- eltlrs, games, stationery, candy. HOKUM'S GIVE somiilhlng practical—culkry, bird cages, alticnlnum wart. 1 , toasters, electric Irons, clocks, watches. OHKRSt STOKE CO. Helena Rubfnslein's Corap-icts, Powders, Lipsticks Exclnsivelv at Borum's '.'•; A BEAllTITOL WATCH Would, make '.her most.' happy. The • h'ew -styles as'created by. Gruen, Bulova; and Elgin 1 .' : : •" - - GUAHD'S JEWELRY- STORE Have Santo Bring her n box of Hollingsworth's Cnnrly, fitted bag, cosmetic set, compact, stationery, card table or purse. ROBINSON DRUG STOUE We suggest Cosmetics, Purses. Candle. Holders, Bud Vases, Nunnelly's Candles, Perfume, Atomiz- ers,-Cpm pat Is, Stationery, Kodaks. FOWLER DRUG CO. DISTINCTIVE GIFTS Atomizers. Pcilume Sets, Bridge Cards, Compacts, Pangburn's Candies, Houbigant and Coty's Pi.rfume Sets. Heating Pads, and olhor gills sh° will like. BELL'S PHARMACY Your sentiments are best expressed when you iay It with PLOW- EHS. Htaton't Home of Flowers. WE —Im|»rted beautiful tuff styles. NEW T OLOVKS Fabric Gloves of n quality, slip-on and 50c to S1.25. YORK STORE Give Him Something IVrsonal For instance we have Silk Scarfs I) up, Arrow Shirts $1.05 up. !>a- p.mas $1.50 op. Turtle Neck Sweaters S295, Sunde or Buckskin Jackets S3 50 to S12.50. Bathrobes Gladstone Bags. Handkerchiefs,and Hickok Bull Sets. Free Turkey with Suits at £22.50 up. HAYNKS MEN'S SHOP GOLF EQUIPMENT If he plays golf he would be delighted with u new club or two cr a bos of tells. A complct .icck at all pru>?s. IIUBBAKD HARDWARE CO. Family GIFTS • THE IDEAL GIFT A Theatre Coiinon Book for the family or friends, S2.50 and S3. Good anytime. RITZ and ROXY THEATRES Joe Stancook, star halfback, pent a year at Notre Dame •vhere he won numerals In foot- oall. basketball and track. Bill Martz, anothe" halfback, spenl hree years al Penn State (but ;:e didn't learn much fcotball Jackson. Denver; Ras- Ulah state; McGlone, Stcnzll, Colorado U; C., and A B«ltlmore man, Edwin H. Tcrklns, Is engcged In raising mos- v'ltoes iu two barrels of stagnant ttcr ar.d hatching the eggs In Jars of sterile watsr In his living room; he Intends to make a complete photographic story of mos- qtiite life. Pete JablonsVv, captain and star •jiiard, who Is playing Ills last year, was at Washington University, St. Louis, for three years before seeing the Point (excuse the l.un, Pete). * • * OI4 SnurUcj There are exceptions. Quarterback "Beany" Johnson spent only his freshman year at Ashland (O.) College before being West Pointed, and Jack Lswlor was able to enter the Military Academy as a plebc after spending only one year at Harvard. RADIOS—A gift all the family enjoys. Ask for demonstration. E. U. GEE SALES CO. MEN'S GLOVES Mocha, Pig Skin, Cape or Kid lined or unliiud. S1.95 to $3.n" NEW MEAD CLOTHING CO. MEN'S LOL'XGING ROBES Brocaded Rayon and all woo Flannel Robes In a choice sclec ica of colors. S4.49. J. C. PENNEY CO. CH1USTMAS TOYS for all ages Specially prici'd. Olitrnt. Slort Co. TOYI.AND OPENING Kiddies will be delighted to know Hint our coM:plete Toy Department will open Friday, December St. J. C. PENNEY-CO. Only 17 More Shopping Days Unlil Christmas. Murwocil combination TABLE and Tire Screen, $595; Murwood de luxe tray, J4.50. HOKUM'S : • : ''/our dinner will not' bo" without FLOWERS ' f Union's Hume at Flowrrs NEW PHH.CO RADIOS --The Miprcme Christmas gift u> the family"—now show all tlii- li test models, llrjera'l 'trade-in allowances.: . • • lIllRKAItD FURNITURE CO. We Hive What They. Want! Skates, 'meyclivi. Scooters, bicycles. Coaster Wagons, Buddy Elites. 31 Rifles (Stevens, Hamilton an el tpringflcld) PocVet Knives, Flash- hchts, Watches, Hunting Knives, Buzzy Bnriou Air Hltles and com- Lmntion Scout Knives and Axes, inrluding carrier. BURKE HARDWARE CO. "We Sc!l For Loss" NAP BLANKETS H.I • • / 70x80 Deep Knap. Double Blankets In..a. 'jeautlful ranee .of ;ualds. 42.7!). - • j. c. rtwte*., co; .", i : Only 17 More Shopping Days Until Christmas, f \ Photograph—the Perfect Xnin Gift. RrdureJ hnlldny 'prices. Hn- l-irt Doyle, cc.it door to Western L'rlon. '.''.. •' . Eeautlful, Inexpensive artificial WREATHS for the- graves of loved ones nt Xmas. Hraton's Home of Flowers Quick Meal Oil IUnj« C>oslcy Radios. Scaly Mattresses. Slumberon Mattresses, • ,D c lux Sprlnc.s. Lounjc Chairs and Ottn- mtn. Rockers. Occasional Chairs, ftutlio Conches, ChlldsBcds.Childs IJockcrs. High Chairs, Desks. Cedar CI.eMs, Card Tnules. TableSr-Oc- cctional, Rnd'i, End, Mcellclne Cabinets, Mlrrvii. C1IAUI.ES S. LEMONS Ciotl rurnltur. Give yourself u Xmos sift. Have jour WATCH rcp-ilreil by an ex- nl Moderate-Cost I Pert. O'Brynnt. AldrlUje Jewelry Store. :. „.... PRACTICAL C.IFTS Give the children thhvjs that will In.M such ns Tricycles. Coaster Wsgons, Skates. Air Rifles. Bt- .-yclrs. etc. All priced most rcsson- Pb1 iiiiBBARn HARDWARE co. ] Days Until Christmas. |Day? Unlil Christmas. Only 17 More Shopping] Only 17 More Shopping I sergeant, member ol the cadet choir, pistol sharpshooter, rhle marksman, fU'it-class gunner in the field artillery and a Sunday School teacherl Pit-kin"; Camera Opponent For [Miami Bout Hard Job ' o:intcd upon 'o make a Florida | bears the nnmes of Tally and Wi-1 among charges of crucilv told how jmigraUon Just.'o sre him In action'ley, of Dallas, Tex., us nkore. The ,, cr i, lls band ml'ed down n hrvi I once again. Johnston, however, is Bible has a marginal reference, a | "£,,„ window * believed to be making some dcfln-) pronouncing edition, a Bible dlc-i ' He overtures towards such n i lionary nncl Biblical natural his-! Hayti Basketball Teams I in Victories Over Steele By HENRY SUPER Vnited Press Stiff Correspondent NEW YOKK. (UP)—Choosing an I opponent for Pilmo Camera In a •lit Hollywood activities. Incidentally, there arc many who be inry niatch. | tory. wlth i Roman and Egyptian Still other nominations are for antlquilles' for pict "I like fresh air," she told . Thomas F. Graham. "I oi»ned the window. My husband. Milton, aim Diner nominations are lor "•"" •»• ,.^..^. . gQt out of ^j nnd closed j - King Lcvliusky, the eccentric Chi- [ Among other relics of Nfrs. liog- opDnC( j i t agam H c got UD rind • cagoan, and Don McCoiklndale, crs' unique collection Is a large nailed It down." c Baer will not fight again. Ho MIC British heavy. But. like Shar- cakcn. hand-made, dough tray. ::ad n lot of Inn making his re- HAYTI, MO, -The Haytl high ' her.vywclghl championship at Ml-! -ml movie, the didn't these two already have had measuring two and a half feet In at the giant Italian. diameter. U Is said to be more evening at the local gymnasium, i f>clal and unofficial, these days. • r | S f|] m work tnan he dld | n The girls g^me was Interesting To many observers, It seems only; v , mping Max Schmoling one- durinst the first half but in the pioper that the nod be given to; time holder of the title, last hall the Steele team was left Tommy Loujhran. The veteran j ^ trailing. Philadelphia campaigner proved he' .,j The score at the end of the <-")<> n , andl <= & " """ " s h o w arranged, probably on a rcntage basis .and without She said this happcneet. several mes, adding that she would pull ie nails during the day her hus- per- T'solTd «°'h a nd-carved bed ballcl renalllng them at night. any ret casting $9 in Villaye, Ar"k., In great amount of managerial fuss '881. Mrs. Rogers' mother gave It Read Cornier News Want Ads. nd feathers. i l.™t Un'tllkelyto materiBlIze.The » V11 , ». ...» --.— -. . ,)-/.Jeti.'ftli- ni^n^-v.l n ^ D» T «ft11n V •-'»*• «ll L URCiy IU Hlttl VI IB IIAU. A IAC same was 27-13 In favor of Haytl. ?«*<"'> o"tpo,n!ed Ray Impellc-, : , orlc ,., j lcovvwcl?ht extravagant It was evlder.t all during the ' cre ' thc ola " !v °" 1 v ^ i -'"- «-'"> l - New Yorker who! boys tame thet the Hayll team was « even larger '.han Camera. So ^- n .i ison .!,« ,1 ™^' „_-• ' --nmrnv nnpht In oti-n 11,0 hnvs a ! ' ' u ~ un t cnc Ir. held, would be tinder Aged Family Bible Pride oi Arkansan us n wedding present. I Mr. Roxcrs has a straight-edge ; Wade and Butcher, hollow ground r.-uor, dated 1882. U Is sllll used, Mr. Rogers says. manage-1 IW8! One"o"f'~thc notable varsity ex-lj«: Ball,'re; Cole, «; 'stanfill, g. • V — •*" "-—- ».-w j -- .-• .,, u* J I l\- I. rt i .^.HUICUII O41UUIU L/.IIUUH IILUIIU^U 1 ——^— the stronger. The nnal score was -omrny ought o gu-c the boys a, n] > . STAMPS, Ark. (UP)-A family M^8, in favor of Haytl. "« on the ab.lity of "da Preem Schmcll , s activil , CS| docsn ' t Bible more than 103 years old is Tlie lint-up lor the Hayti girls to mix with a ringslcr who can k , 0 J)|mn Johns[on ,„,„;„, UK prldc of !nteres(jng antlqu( . s was: Gates, f; Ashley, f; Homer, 'C*.u> co^. ' - - ing for Fresh Air Led to Divorce Court ceptions llils ytar Is Pete Kope- sak, who went straight to the Point from Grcensbui'g, Pa., hlgn school, played a great game al end for three years and will be graduated with the class of 1934. Not only. that bul he's a color Bovs line-up was: Tralnor, c; Baer Bout Too Rig Of course a Carnera-Max to<s of the G.uden. ! Sharkey Considered Baer! There has wen some talk In possession of Mrs. W. N. Rog- SAN FRANCISCO. Cal., (UP)— ers, of Stamps, Ark. It belonged The late Ben Williams' "When of I- the family of Mrs. Rogers' Poverty Comes In the Front Win_ • „ .^ , t v.t vuuiw%, u i^diuci n-i\i(i.\ uoti i A iii-it lino wvn ovnuu tajrv. vji i * .,.,.. .»,,»,j w. ....u. &.VQV*., ru^l-ILy \^ullLl.d III V1IU riu.lb «HI- ,ie»«er, g; Hall, g; w. Hail, t. Limt would be an attractive on?.! [.-iltlng Jack Sharkey against car-1 mother. Mrs. Susan Freeman, be- dow. Love Jus' Naturally Flies Oat umbaugh. f; 'Dub fwicr ot bvt thc flngne;-,) experts of box- : iirra, but there rcems to be little, fore given to. Its present owner. th c Back Window," was rivaled as roriageyllle reiereed. • i n g regard It as too big a sliowi enthusiasm for such n show. Hhar-! The earliest printed edition of a song theme recently when a lo- for a winter date. That, may come | key has bee none grand headache, Its kind known, the book weighs cal wife got an interlocutory dlon: in the early summer If Baer l-.os disappointed so many times.: 20 pounds. The earliest dale re- vorce decree. ' i *; ean be lured away from his pres-lthatt fight fans could not be (corded Is the year 1831; Fly l«»f Mrs. Kernande Delort Engahl.l Read Courttr News Want Ads. A NEW AUTOMOBILE WATCH THIS PAGE

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