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FENWICK ROUTS OEPAULsLOYOLA TOPS ST. GEORGE V Two Victors Are Tied for Sectional Lead tPrep Football TESTEKDAT'S BESIXTS CATHOLIC LEAGUE LT'. M: St. Gtarie, 1. St. icaattae. 26; Holy Trinity. 4. Meant Canarl, 43: .. Patrick, O. Weher. 18: St. rhtlia. 19. Feawtrfc. 44: De fanl. O. Im, 26; St. Elizabeth, 6. SU Kita, 19; D La Sallr, 12. St. MeL : JaB Catholic, O. KOKTHEtKT CATHOLIC COHfERENCE St. Mifj'h De Plain, 7s Bt. Mary's, Weod- , M. rrscopiu. Ltele, 12; 61. Mary's, Crystal WW, o. - Loyola academy an4 Fenwick high school continued theirKadvance to ward the north section Catholic league title yesterday by scoring impressive victories over St. George and De Paul, respectively. Loyola whipped St. George, 26 to 7, on the Ramblers' field, and Fenwick routed De Paul. 44 to 0, in Hanson park The victories kept the two teams tied tor the sectional lead, each having won 4 straight. In other north section games, St. Ignatius broke a 6 to 6 halftime deadlock to beat Holy Trinity in the second half, 26 to 6, in Key Branch stadium, and St. Philip battled Weber, defending co-champions, to a 19 to 19 tie in Lane Tech stadium. St. Ignatius' victory, its third in four league games, keeps the Igna-tians In the title competition. Weber's tie virtually eliminated the Red Horde from contention, with 2 decisions, 1 loss and 1 tie in 4 contests. , Loyola's triumph was sparked by Mike Ryan, who scored twice, and Jim McGowan and Jim Hayes, each of whom tallied once. Bill Barrett scored 2 of Fenwick's 7 touchdowns, with Ed LeJeune, Bob Kigali, "Jim Lemar and Ed Smid each contributing 1 apiece. Line-ups:" rcawfek (4J D raal 101 txryer L.C Keller Wallace ....... ....L. T Hennelly Faarl ............. L. C. ...... k.. Bcewetyk FUber C Strang rtrvrc ............. rt. v... ..... Sc hater M eJT" Seaman t... ....... Q. B. .......... Neveaux LJrone H. ......... Bchrendt Barrett ............R. H. ...... ....... Cheia Crolia ............ .r.B... .......... Byrnes Pecaick 13 19 644 Be Pasl 0 0 O OO Touchdown Barrett f 51. Seaman, LeJuene, ttlrall. La Mar. Smid. Crolia. fotat after touchdawn Barrett 1 2 . Iannis 26 St. Georze fTI MeCrerry V.T Wilt fen For be ............. L.T,... .......... Barrt Xerter ........... .L. C Pabst STonlry ............ .C . ............ Strltsrl nrman .......... R.G.. .......... O'Leary Sweeney ... ....K.T. .......... SEancha Cortiett .......... .R. E. ........... Mooney Uempaey Q. B. ......... McCauley Fran ............. L. H. ... ...... Konertaon Burtte ............ P.. H. ........... Keamei McGosraa .........7.B Carter toyala T 6 13 O 36 SU Gaort O T O 0 T Touchdowns Ityatt 13, McGowan, Hayea. fiter. Faint after touchdown Saaao 3, June St. Pallia 119 Weber 19 JTancly ........ ....t. K. ......... Ostrowskl ttranelly L, T Wtlcxewsal Kmc ........... ...L. ...... ...... Zurowikl Oiemlck ....... .......... Syci Forbes ............R. T. .............. Pacer Talerloo ........... R. E. .......... Drobena Vial ..............R.B........ Bucxklewlcz Daly .............. Q. H Qwcarx Lotion ............ L. H. ......... Szrowron fvalrrne ..........R.B. Spera fbinetaa ........ ..P. t. Philip- 6 T 019 Weber O 7 O 1319 Tcrackdovna Lofton, Salerno,' FLnneian, Spera 13). Oear. mint alter touchdown Cherwln ((or Daly, Saowroo. Holy Trinity 6 St. Icnattae f281 Wodzlak ....... ...L.E. .......... Maxzollnl Wanucha .......... L. T.. ......... Swanson Wollenachlafer .....L. O. ......... Couihlln . ttflknit .... ...C ............. Moroney KMca .......R. G.. . ...... C. Sullivan Komada ..........R.T.. Fenlon Eacrone ........... R. E. ......... ... Garvin Kovtckl ...........Q. B. ........... Walona Mentzea .......... L. H. ........ 3. Sullivan CarTlfaA . .........R. H. ..... ...... Cronln Vrooa ......r.B Abata Ft. Lmatlca ............. O fl T 1336 Holy Trinity 6 O 0 O 6 Toocndowna J. Sullivan 141, Wodztak. Polnu alter touchdown William (3. BRITISH RYDER CUP TEAM DUE IN U. S. THURSDAY New York. Oct 19 W When the British Ryder cup golf team arrives on the Queen Mary Thursday morning there will be only two members of the Britishers who competed against the United States the last time the competition was held in 1937. They are Henry Cotton, captain of the Britishers, and Dai Rees. Only two Americans from the 1937 team are listed on this year's Ryder roster Byron Nelson and Sam Snead. Robert A. Hudson, former president of the Portland. Ore., Golf club, sponsor of this year's matches Nov. 1-2, will meet the British and be host at a dinner for them Thursday In the Waldorf-Astoria hotel. The British squad will leave by private car Friday afternoon, spend Saturday In Chicago, then proceed to Portland, where it is due to arrive next Monday morning. Vfff ABOUT BOURBON R . . ' ApH: SIMCI-im (IK V aitmtiD a tomi at II II p I V -s-. aV J AMIS a. ftlAM DUTIUINO COMPANY Si rjy4 onuat saaca its cubmomt. a ftff Qri Cjjj KTiuaol ivi"ste" J SrS PSSjnamn wai. omum, . hmsimii sua "f . XjHp" BONDED KsSSw. iondwium yi K-20 y CMng Ttrflwiw. sssSfc 1 "Simmons is used mostly as a lint plunger." MOUNT CARMEL, LEO, ST. RITA STAY UNBEATEN Mount Carmel rcftited St Patrick, 45 to 0; Leo whipped St, Elizabeth, 26 to 6, and St Rita downed De La Salle, 19 to 12, yesterday to main tain their undefeated pace In the south section Catholic league football race. Iiv the fourth game St. Mel registered a 6 to 0 decision over Joliet Catholic to emerge from the cellar with one victory and three losses against Joliet' s four successive defeats. Dick Paschke and Del Gander, leading prep scorers in the city, each scored once as Mount Carmel turned back St Patrick In 83d and Yates stadium. Ed Walsh, Hank VanLoon, Dick Elll, and Vince Meschievitz each tallied once for the Caravan. Leo's victory over St Elizabeth in Shewbridge field was featured by Tom Blake's two long touchdown gallops, one for 56 yards in the first quarter and the other for 32 in the third period. Frank McGuire and Angelo Prassa completed the Lions' scoring, McGuijp on a 10 yard sprint and Prassa on 2 yard plunge. A third period 92 yard kick-off return by Roy Evans of De La Salle highlighted St Rita's hard fought triumph over their south side rivals in St Rita's field. The touchdown gave De La Salle a temporary 12 to 7 lead, which was canceled by St Rita's final pair of tallies, one by Tom Haavig in the third period and the other by Bob Miller In the last quarter. Lineups: M.t ruwd rasi St. Patrick roi Dunna .L. X Bolter Barry L. T Conneea ttulnn ....M.......L. G............. Doraey Hendrott ............C Sherlock Soutor .. R, G,... Halleran Qulrlnr ............ R. T. ........... Hoffman MeachlevlU R. JEobln paaco .......... Q. B. ............. Valan Paachka L. H.... Derwln w.i.h R. H Reda Gander F. B Fowert Mount Carmel 13 14 6 1345 St. Patrick O . 0 0 . 0 0 Touchdown Walah. Gander. Van Loon tfor Dunne. ElU tor Walsh, Paachke. Meichle-vlti. Paico. . . Point after touchdown Paachke IS. T f21 St. Ellxabeth fSI Skinner ........ E. Booker Banlekl L. T Em lie Dunlap ............L. G. ...... ....... Owens Sheeny ............ .C ............. William Ganey ........... ...R. G Rufus Laronl I T Park DolmeUcb. .R. E. ........... Bennett Mfulr. . O. B. ............. Smith Blake .............L. H. ....... ...... Doroey Helwlf R. H Dommer Fraata ....... .......r a eerirana Leo 6 14 6 036 St. t-eih 6 0 0 06 T "Vwn Blaka 3, McGuire, Fraua, Bei" Polnu after touchdown McGuire 3. St. Rita IS De La Salle H21 Ferftuon ...I. E..... O'Brien Evans L. T Methlnltlx Kavana(h .L. G. ...... Beaver Zuro ............... C ............... Harney Zube R. G...... Sloat Hitter ......... ....R. T. ........... Bellomo Mullhall ...... .....R. E. ...... ....... Cullen Miller ....Q. B.. ......... Gllmartln Pruzlna ............L. H.......... Carpenter Blckford R. H Yudui MaaAVlC Fa GUSall St. Rita..... O T 6 619 Da La Salle.... 6 o 6 o 13 Touchdown Pruzlna, Haavlf, Miller, Tu- clui. Evan (for Carpenter. Polnu after touchdown Kavanagh. St. Mel 6 loUet CathoUe XOJ Ramln ............ .L. E. ......... Udelhoffen McGovem I T Skole Marzano ........... L. G............ Kutton Spehn .............C .............. Beawo Culleeney ......... .R. G.......... DeChecko Woywood, ...... ....R. T. ............. Egger Grace ..............R. E............. Lorenc Czajka ............Q. B.... ...... .Stephen! Irvln .....L. H. Kane Rublnelll R.H.. ........... Kennedy F B Cftrbcry St. Mel 0 6 0 06 Joliet Catholic 0 0 0 O 0 Touchdown Kamln. EX-BASEBALL CHIEF DIES little Rock. Ark.. Oct. 19 fAPl Rov L. Thompson, former president of the Little Rock baseball team, died today. He was 79. -((3X39 3G0 53 Yard Goal Marks Dons 38-10 Victory Baltimore, Md., Oct 19 JP) Over coming a 10 point deficit the Los Angeles Dons romped to a 38 to, 10 victory over the Baltimore Colts today in an All-America conference game before 36,852. The Dons Ben Agajanian set a new conference record with his 53 yard field goal in the fourth period. Lou Groza of the Cleveland Browns held the former record of 51 yards, set a year ago, while the National league mark of 54 yards is credited to Glenn Presnell of the Detroit Lions of 1934. Colts' Scoring Details ' Baltimore scored its touchdown when Wilson Bud Schwenk passed 24 yards to Billy Hillenbrand, who took the ball on the Dons' 35 and galloped to the goal. Augie Lio later booted a field goal from the Los Angeles '24, and the Colts were thru for the day. -' Dons Get Rolling Charlie O'Rourke passed 23 yards to John Klmbrough for one touchdown and Chuck Fenenbock ran end 13 yards for another. The Dons then marched 59 yards In 13 plays for another score, Klmbrough going over from the 2 yard line. Bob Rein- hard grabbed an O'Rourke touchdown pass, Agajanian place kicked his long field goal, and Walter Heap intercepted one of Schwenk's passes and galloped 55 yards for the final Dons' point in the fourth quarter. Lineups: . Los Angele 38 Baltimore 10 Nowaskey .......... .L. E. ............ Bechtol Audet ............. .T.T.. ............ Perples Lolotal ........... ..L. G. ............. French Nelson ............. .C ............... Phillips Lennsn ............ ,R. C......... LlO D-vnthv R X Ktug Gentry ft. . pavU IDobbs Qt & CftftC Fenenbock L. H... Hillenbrand Kelly (R. Hut Terrell R. Kelnhard ........F. B.... Slnkwlch Xoi AnvelesV 0 14 T 1738 Baltimore ...... .............iu w u u 10 Touchdowns Los Angeles: Klmbrough 3, Fenenbock. R. Relnhard, Heap; Baltimore: Hillenbrand. Polnta after touchdown Los Angeles: Agajanian f5: Baltimore: Uo. Field goal Lo Angeles: Agajanian; Balti more: Llo. - Substitution Los Angeles: Ends, Aguirre, Anderson, Tltchenal, Baldwin; tackles. P. Mitchell, Smith, Artoe. Berezney; guards. Levy, Gallagher, Frankowskl, Radovlch: center. Brown; backs, O'Rourke. W. Relnhard, Plggott, Hopp, Landsberg, Clarke, R. MitdheU, Clay, Klmbrough, Heap. Baltimore: Ends, Getchell, Meyer. Madak, Slgurdon; tackles. Grain, Kasap. Melius, Ko-netiky; guards, Hlgglns, Yokes. Marino, Zorlch; centers, Handley. Kodba; backs. Schwenk, Gal-vln. Mobley, Black, Dudlsh, Vardian, Mertes, Wright. STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS 7 10 138 117 16 8 10 104 40.2 98 1 55 NET YARDS- RUSHING 48 NET YARDS PASSES 136 PASSES ATTEMPTED 36 PASSES COMPLETED 10 PASSES INTERCEPTED 3 YARDS INTERCEPTIONS RETD... 29 PUNTS, AVERAGE 35.3 YARDS KICKS RETURNED 81 FUMBLES Ball lost 0 YARDS LOST ON PENALTIES.... 13 V 3 ?. III For a Change-Over to Generals car dealer or : S kUI UCUICI Ul ywill II6UIC9I WCII6IUI I s I w ; i - . 1- i STEELERS' LATE RALLY DEFEATS EAGLES, 35-24 Pittsburgh, Oct. 19 (fl5) The Pitts burgh Steelers made a fourth period corieback today to score 21 points and defeat the Philadelphia Eagles, 35 to 24, before 33,538 in a Rational Football league game. Johnny Clement ran 23 yards for the touchdown which put the Steel ers ahead, and Steve Lach bucked over for another from inches out to clinch the game with 15 seconds left. Trapped In his own backfield on an attempted pass, Clement elected to run and reversed his field to gain a clear path to the goal. The Eagles, attempting a counter- rally with nearly 10 minutes of the last period gone, saw their chances blasted when Tony Compagno inter cepted Tommy Thompson's pass and stepped out of bounds on the Steel ers 46. Clement and Lach powered the Steelers the remaining 54 yards theyf needed for the clincher. Philadelphia 1211 Frttsbarrh rS5 Ferrante ........... L. E. .......... Mehellch Sears ...L.T Wiley Fatton ............. L. G.. ............ Moore Wolclechowlcx .......C .......... Cherundnlo Kllroy ., R. G.. Drulls Wistert ...... ......R. T ...... ...... Stenn Plho ,...R. E Davl Ktati ..............Q. B. .......... Seabrlght Van Buren.. ........ L. H. ............. Slater Stelnke .......... ..R.H. ............. Glamp Muha ..............F. B.. ........ Compagno Pittsburgh T 7 0 21 3 S Philadelphia.... 10 14 0 024 Touchdowns Pittsburgh: Clement t2, Gar- naas. Lach, Compagno; Philadelphia: rinor 12 1. prltcnard. Points after touchdown Pittsburgh: Glamp rsi: Philadelphia: Patton 131. Field goal Philadelphia: Patton. Substitution Pittsburgh: Ends. Jansante. Nickel. Bova: tackles. Calcagnl. Wydo. Repko: guards. Skorlch. Mastrancelo. Cregar. Perko: centers. Slnkovltz. Meek; backs. Clement. Lach, White, Garnaas. Philadelphia Ends. Armstrong. Humbert. Green, Prescott: tackles, Kekerls, McDowell, Campion, Douglas; guards. Maronlc. Wyhonlc. weeaon: centers. LinasKog. wuuams: oacks, Sherman. Thompson. Frltchard. Macioszcayk. Craft. Steele. Doss. STATISTICS Phlt. Pitt. FIRST DOWNS IS 25 NET YARDS RUSHING ......175 229 NET YARDS PASSES 168 PASSES ATTEMPTED. 20 PASSES COMPLETED 7 PASSES INTERCEPTED 1 YARDS INTERCEPTIONS RETD... 12 177 14 6 2 42 38 69 1 1 62 PUNTS. AVERAGE 37 YARDS KICKS RETURNED 137 FUMBLES O Ball lost O YARDS LOST ON PENALTIES 49 YANKS, 14; GIANTS, 0 New York, Oct. 19 (P) Paul Governali passed thru a dense fog and over a revamped New York team today for the two touchdowns that gave the Boston Yanks their very first National Football league victory over the Giants, 14 to 0. In the first period End Don Cur- rivan caught Governali's 29 yard pass on the Giant 49 and went the entire distance to score. The second touchdown also was a Governali pass for 7 yards to Frank Seno, who traveled 4 yards after catching it in the second period. ' " - Boston 14 New York 01 Goldman .......... .L. E.. ...... ..... Coulter Dean ............. .L. T......... ... Bchuler Kannedy ... ........L. G.......... Dobelateln Domnanovlcb .......C .. ......... Gladchuck Badacaewriil ........R. G.. ....... ... Younce Vogelaar R. T....... White Scollard ............R.E.. ....... ...... Poole Goldlng ....Q. B...... Brown Mlcka .............L.f Livingston Seno ..............R.H............ Reagan Ron) bo 11 ............ .F. B. ...... ...... Strong Boston 7 7 O 014 NSw York O O O O 0 , Touchdown Boston: Currivan, Seno. Point after touchdown Boston: Maznlckl 21. Substitutions: Boston Ends, Crlsler, Curri van, William; tackles, Rodger. Sldorik, Ca- nale: guards. McClure, Wright,- Collins; centers. sabasteanskl. Godwin; backs, Gneas, Maley, Dancewlcz, Poto, Suclc. Governali, Mello, Maz- nicki. New York Ends. Howell. Llebel: tackles. Cope. Ragazto. Coulter; guards, Tobln, Lunday, Hachten; center, Palazzl, De Flllppo: barks, Sulaltls. Franck. Paschal. - Brown. Cheverko. Pachka, Blumenitock, Nlles. Cannady. STATISTICS , Boat. N. Y. FIRST DOWNS 6 15 NET YARDS RUSHING 73 135 NET YARDS PASSES 103 114 PASSES ATTEMPTED 14 27 PASSES COMPLETED 5 13 PASSES INTERCEPTED A 1 YARDS INTERCEPTIONS RET'D.. 61 0 PUNTS, AVERAGE 42 38 YARDS KICKS RETURNED 33 137 FUMBLES O 2 Ball lost O 3 YARDS LOST ON PENALTIES. .107 75 Feller's All-Stars Beat Kansas City Royals, 2-1 Los Angeles, Oct. 19 W) Bob Feller's All-Stars nosed out the Kansas City Royals, 2 to 1, today. Feller worked the first five Innings and gave up one run. He was opposed by Satchel Paige, veteran Negro hurler, who also worked six innings and allowed one run. Score: Feller All-Stars .... 000 001 1002 B 2 Kansas City Royals. 010 000 0001 4 0 Batteries teller, mctann toj ana negn; Paige, Williams 6 and Greene, Newberry 161. a IKDu mm comparison. on your new car on your old car . . your nearest General Vikings Upset Spartas' Title Hopes, ! to O BY OFFSIDE The Vikings practically eliminated the Spartas from the National Soccer league major division championship race with their 1 to 0 victory in .Winnemac park stadium yesterday. Roscoe Anderson's 5 yard boot in the second half accounted for the Spartas' first defeat. Gil Heron, Sparta's stellar center forward, was held in check, missing a penalty kick and a 3 yard shot. Kurt Bostrom, Viking center half. helped preserve his team's slender margin with his fine defensive play. Viklnts fll Snarta. 101 . Griffith G.K Sllovsky ICuehl .............R.B................ Scott Barlow ....... ......L. B. ...... ....... Mmka Sebby ..............R.H............. Barnaul Bostrom ........... C. H....... ....... Rarity Jensen ....... ......L. H.... ........... Bohm H. Anderson. ...... .O. R. ........... Brostrom R. "Anderson ........I. R. ...... ........ MeJIa Camplln ........... .C. F.... ........... Heron R. Llndgren ........I. L........ ....... Kuhn C. Llndgren ...... .O. L.... . ...... Ackaglllar substitutions vikings: List, wisienskl. and uaiquist: tsparta: werler, ana Novak. Goal n. Anderson. National Leagae Major Division Vikings, 1: Sparta, 0. Hakoah-Centers. 3: De Luxe Italians, 2. Hansa, 2: Schwabens, 1. Swedes, 4; Norwegians, 1. Major Reserve Division Vikings, 4; Sparta. 2. Norwegians, 3; Swedes, 2. Schwabens. 3: Hansa, 1. De Luxe Italians, 6; Hakoahs, 3. First Division Rangers. 3; Wlsla. 2. Workera. 1; Kicker. O. Polish A. A. C, 3; Flchte, 0. First Division Reserve Foh A. A. C. 3; Flchte. 1. Second Division Atlanta, S: Ogden Park Scot ties, 3. Rockford, 3; Hakoah-Centers, 0. Juvenile Division Dvork Park Slovaks, 3; Sam Reda, 0. Rangers, 5; Schwabens, 1. - MIDGET RACING'S FINAL CAPTURED B Y HOUSEHOLDER Ronnie Householder of Los Angeles won the 200 lap champion ship race which brought the 1947 midget automobile outdoor racing season to an end before 18,000 in Soldiers' field yesterday. Another Californian, Johnny Mantz of Long Beach, was second and Bob Muhlke, Skokie, 111., veteran, finished third. Householder, a consistent winner during the summer In the lake front events, finished the long grind in 56:56.22. Trailing Muhlke were Paul Russo of Kenosha, Wis. and Ralph Pratt of Kansas City. Teddy Dun can of Chicago, Soldiers' field cham pion for the season, spun on the eighth lap and finished far behind the leaders. Troy Ruttman, Ontario, Cal, who set the fastest time in the qualifying trials preliminary to the 200 lap race, led for the first 32 trips around the track. Mantz, however, then went to the front and paced the pack until the 124th lap, when he surrendered the lead to House holder, who maintained the posi tion to triumph by a quarter of a lap. Geerge Young of South Bend, Ind., captured the 15 lap consola tion' race. Bill Randall of Waltham, Mass., was second and Cowboy O'Rourke of Chicago took third, Young's time was 4:27.68. ' Has shopping got you BUFFALOED? For a really helpful list of local dealers handling hard-to-get items, Look in the RED BOOK Use it also to find RADIATOR COVERS & ENCLOSURES, TOOLS, PIPE-and almost anything else you may need. - Chicago's Classified Telephone Directory Outtldt Chicago look to fAy Yf fkoiv PAGES 00 QflLTH 77F The General Squeegee is for those who prize fine things. Their Top Quality creates a peace of mind that makes their slight extra cost trivial by or a step-up . see your Tire dealer. CLARK, JOHNSON MEET TONIGHT AT MARIGOLD BY FRANK MASTRO Dave Clark, Cincinnati light heavyweight, and Al Johnson of Indianapolis will meet in an eight round return bout tonight in Marl-gold Gardens, Broadway and Grace st. Clark was awarded a disputed defision over Johnson In an earlier meeting last Sept. 22. Previously Al scored an upset over Robert Sat-terfield. Nick Ranierl, Chicago middle-weight, will make his professional I debut under the management of Art Winch and Sam Pain in a four rounder against John Risko, newcomer from Kalamazoo, Mich. Ranieri, 1946 Catholic Youth organization 160 pound champion, captured everything in sight in amateur competition this year, winning the city, Chicagoland, Intercity, and International Golden Gloves titles, . as well as the National A. A. U. cham Get a bof MR dJIEIfSnS 111 fee itdDv with ach 50 purchas of. JERIS Antiseptic Hair Tonic 'At ail Toilet Goods Counters. 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Marcel Cerdan, European middleweight champion, signed for his 10 round bout against Anton Raadik In Chicago Stadium Oct, 31 after Promoters Irving Schoenwald and Jack Began agreed to pay his transportation from Europe, Match maker Jack purley said yesterday. Flackney Sets World Midget Racing Mark Owosso, Mich.. Oct. 19 (JPi Al Flackney of Detroit, driving a Harts- fleld Offenhauser, set a world's midget auto racing record today by circling the banked half-mile Owosso track in 21.95 seconds. Buddy Iluse- man of Toledo, won the featured, 10- - lmile race In 7:26.81. tlo off new OH HAIR TONIC ' II . ..Y.I TOXIC 1 1 HAmiviwif. VI I 5 St., Now York 54, N, T. V,nil,Auv UA1LI i KIO un L I Monday, Oct 20, 1947 39 mm mm 5 Tw Complete Sporfs Stores! J Wker AmtrUa Trcdes Geasl 9 117 Uf Ui.L! a et 9 i it faisninsiun oi Opposite tfce Telepaese ttff . X 508 S. Halsted SI. of Congress StSlaem I US Wot hiagtoa St. Stare Ope a Headay. t A. M. to t:30 P. 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