The Pittsburgh Courier from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on February 3, 1945 · Page 12
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, ig45 TWELVE THE PITTSBURGH COURIER A 1 i hi 1 I! It n J cz IT o & a cd m) I SMITTY'S" Sports Spurts By WENDELL SMITH - If I j 81 STAB DUSTING - JESSE OWENS CALLED TO SAY that his Detroit draft board balked on him making an overseas trip with Brud Holland, Henry Armstrong and some other outatadnlng athletes because he is listed as "essential." War Department came to his rescue, however, and Jess Is scheduled to leave with the rest of the troupe some time next month.'. . Owens, who. works for the Ford Motor Company, and Holland, employed by Sun - .Ship - I m m m m f; Y i i mi i 1 . ' . 1 i ' ; ; :! - . !i : i ii H j, I:!! i.V; lit ' r 1 t! - : t; - .: t - i PI ; 27i "ScAoolboy" and Ma bride. Boxing. Writers Honor Beau Jacl M E i. : u - ! 1 Vt ! in ;j 7 yards, are both personnel men. , . . Leroy (Satchel) Paige, peer of pitchers has been ailing for a month now at his Kansas City home. . .. Johnny "Schoolboy" Taylor, who was quite a whipper - snapper as a pitcher In the Ne gro National League before he went Into a defense plant up in New England, recently married a bee - oo - tlful lassie, the former Estelle Singleton. The "School boy's" anchor is on the nursing staff of the New Britain General Hospital in New Britain, Conn, The patients call her "Schoolgirl Taylor. . . According to Athletic Director Ray Kemp, there's a vacancy on the coaching staff at Lincoln University, Jefferson City, Mo., for a Qualified person holding a master's degree. . . Master Ser geant Art Burris, who was a cage star at West Virginia State, is captain of - the quintet that won the Fifteenth Fighter Command tourney in Italy last week. GEORGE COSTNER, THE SENSATIONAL young welter - . weight, geta his big chance in Chicago on Feb. 14 against Ray (Surar) Robinson. Coetner has won twenty - three straight fights, twenty - two by the slumber route, . . Mrs. Anna Posey Harper, . daughter of Cum (Homestead Grays) Posey, died In Pittsburgh - after a long siege of Illness, last week. . . Gus Greenlee is in a . huff because Candy Jim Taylor, ex - manager ox tne Homesceaa Grays, agreed to manage his Pittsburgh Crawford in the new United States League, and then signed to pilot the Chicago Ameri - - can Giants of the NAL. . Ernesto Carmona, manager of Mexico City's baseball team, says BUI Wright, Willie Wells, Theolio Smith consistently violated training rules last year and therefore won't be playing there next year. . . The Negro Digest in its February , Issue, has m story featuring the only all - Negro line In organized ice hockey. The story Is about the Carnegie brothers, Ossle and . 'Herb, plus Manny Mclntyre, of the Shawinlgan Falls sextet in ' . Quebec, Canada. . . John G. Shackleford, who was elected president of the United States - League in Detroit two weeks ago, is a prominent lawyer In Cleveland, Ohio. He has an excellent baseball background, having once played with Rube Fester's famous American Giants. He was a. member of one of Foster's greatest teams, the 1926 combine that won the Negro World Series from the Bacharach Giants of the defunct Eastern League. He is a graduate of Wiley College - and the University of Michigan. www CURTIS SHEPPARD, VETERAN HEAVYWEIGHT socker, has been discharged from the Army and will resume activities in the ring in the near future. He has ousted Eddie Kapphan, who also managed the once promising Pittsburgh heavy, fiww! Harrv Bobo. and atoned with Georere Gainsford. sijiaV - ' N wno is ttay . KODinsons no. x trainer. . . t - arneu g; Woods, manager of the Cleveland Buckeyes last ; year, is spending his winter months working back - i ... . Ray (Homestead Grays) Brown, who .is pitch - a trior tryma f Kali in tit PiiAptn Plpnn wl nt.r loam 1 took his two - year - oia son ana wiie aowa witn mm. . . Tommy De La Crus, who pitches for the Philadelphia Phillies, recently lost a 6 - to - 4 mound duel to Henry McHenry of the Phllly Stars In a Cuban winter loop game. McHenry pitches for .Marianao and De La Cruz for Almendares. . . Lonnie Greer, owner of a strong semi - pro team in San Antonio, Texas, is looking for six good ball players. Says he will pay them $125 per month and room and board for seven months. His ad - a. . dress is 1922 Wyoming Street, San Antonio, Texas. Sheppard . . . Witty Janet Paige, the "ex" of Satchel Paige, now lives in Chi cago. Says the first time she ever rode on one of the Windy City's elevated trains, she commented to herself: "Darn if this isn't the longest bridge I ever crossed!" LIONEL HAMPTON, No. 1 BASEBALL FANATIC of the music world, is going to give the New York Giants' pitchers drumming drills during spring training. These drills are supposed to make the wrists more flexible and will enable the Polo Ground hurlers to put more snap on the ball. . . Lt. McPherson, former basketball and , football star at Wilberf orce, plus countless other schools Is starring on the In - rtiantown Gap Military. Reservation quintet, lie recently! popped In seventeen points, which indicates that he's as good as ever. Spectators say he could have made nineteen markers, but - in the process of doing so, tripped over his beard. J . (And, I ain't kiddln,' Patrick!) . . . Out of jthe Mall Bag: "I am on overseas duty In the ! South Pacific and would like you to publish in your column that I am still par ticipating In athletics. I was an outstanding athlete in Glen Rogers, W.Vsv, before joining the Army. I'd Uke my friends to know where I am, and that I still am an athlete. I re cently won a pie eating contest. I ate eleven pies, defeating a Georgia soldier who ate six for second place. (Signed) Pfc. Merlin E. Brown." it - sS; $!, j ;;. - 1 - ,Av', - AV,,JA...' - iv.v,.. - 1 v :: tt.r - jure. THEY'LL GALLOP FOR THE SCARLET AND GRAY Th.. five sepie tpssd msrehents ere groomed end reedy for e busy indoor freck seeson et Ohio State. Left to right: ooquef Georgia Battler Hailed By JAMES H()V4, v NEW YORK - Pvt. slri;.? er, USA.' known tans ei U XSi'HU iar. U' rmer." reread i'a merit hvh:,i hs tt Rli boxer of iuu u.'ouj.: mnnrwm ran, n n . r - - .', tii - iv,i wowu uiriiier, ret Magazine Dl.UUIilK uuAer OI U1J U. Wednesday m Ruupe. - , V before the larcit v..,u. . - 'eK sports celebrities c" - r t the annual dinner of th tal,,!l Writers Association of L8? the former light we:L - X dl byNat Fleischer, editor and Pi? Usher of The Rin. v0 hi' differed with his leiin.v ,?..?ltTi Neil memorial !.... .I?. 1 . Benny Leonar.i.' the same occasion. com, Welter Long, (printer; Wilmer Jeckson end CJinto Jones, hurdlers! Bill Grimes, helf - miler, end Lemer Wilson, quarter - miler. They will run in the Michigen Releys et the University of Michigen on Feb. 10. I' to the front in buy, nis personality and ihtins, 7 Ues. endeacs hin,.sr!fM in. fans " Fleischer told the scribes. 4 "This modest vounp .... continued, "is blessed w hh t. v Of color that brinKa out the r J and I am not refert mir to . of his skin, but to his r,'. sonality. '6 He has been a ci.Ht fm,.. He is nun m . V.: ' TROTTERS PLAY BENEFIT GAMES ON WEST COAST r 1 3 J Merlin Brown SAN FRANCISCO. Calif. Aiding the Infantile Paralysis Fund, and other causes, the Harlem Globetrotters are in California for one of the most attractive schedules they have ever had the fortune to arrange, a tribute to the popularity of the famed basketball wizards. They headlined huee double - header cards at the Oakland. San Francisco and San Jose Audi toriums, February 1, 2 and 3. On the first two shows, the Infantile Paralysis and A.A.U. Funds were given a part of the gate receipts, the program and other fund - rais - lnsr privileges, and at San Jose the Infantile Paralysis Fund again was aided. The Globetrotters, who have been a sensation all along the way as Babe Pressley, Bernie Price, Duke Cumberland, Lorenzo Davis, and the others on the squad continue their stellar play, travel to the Southern part of the State to ap - rar at San Diego February 5 and They are scheduled to headline another huge program February 7 at i - iong ueacn Municipal Audi torium, and then go into the Shrine Civic Auditorium for a gala show, February 8. Also appearing with them on these cards are such teams as the crack Santa Ana Army Air Base auintet. Camp Ross and San Francisco All - Nations, the latter comprising outstanding white, Ne gro and Chinese stars ox tne Day area. The Globetrotters are scheduled against a service all - star team at Salinas on February 9. but at tempts are being made to move that game back to February 10, in order to allow the Harlemites to play a requested same against an other all - star soldier squad at Fresno, February 9. Before moving out of California, the Globetrotters return to uan land for another big showing by popular demand February 11, play a tree game tor tne servicemen on Treasure Island in San Fran cisco Bay February 12, and then do 1 an encore at ,fcan r rancisco, February 15. A game is planned for February 13 or 14, with Camp McClellan at Sacramento. N. C. Eagles Wallop Shaw RALEIGH, N. C North Carolina's "budding" basketballers whipped Shaw University here Saturday night, 69 to 29. Aubrey C. "Stinkev" Stanley. bean - stalk sophomore forward of Beaufort, N. C.. scored 17 of State's points. Stanley "Dodo" Burt, streamlined Kansan, followed with 15 markers. Shaw's center, E. Turner, and Edwards, a sharp - shooting guard. were outstanding: for the Bears. scoring 8 and 6 points respectively. Retarded as the "ereenest" Coach John B. McLendon has ever sent on the court at North Carolina, the fledgling Eagles started slowly against the Bears, woke up to take a 39 - 15 lead at intermis sion, and played haphazardly until me nnai wnistie. NORTH CAROLINA SHAV UNIVERSITY Danny Webb New Boxing In England Stanley, t. .. Miller, f Boa trier, f. . . Burt.f Qelbreath.f. rhomas.c. . . HcDnnnl p IParker.c. . .. Ftunter.g.. . . Daniels, g. . . Williams, K. . Samuels, j. . Total. .. u. r. p .7 3 17,Smlth.f. . .. O 2;Barnes.f.. . 0 2ilall,f 1 15 1 St. Fort.f. By RANDY DIXON Courier War Correspondent ' r'T"MTMrM"wTWnssqBggBBBasMBsBM ill A :Aim (yJ Ilia ) JmmtA v (,J fete - ' in eisxi5" J 3vr3 ill" V WASWC'i t;liVHIf 1 II I II Ihentenrte. r l, 'M 1 I' f IStiU. Ek'CS: M I . 1 aea , I I l; f Hilt 'A - I I - i To clout clients In America, Dan ny Webb may be only a "second ten" srladiator (re Ring magazine's ratine) but rro u. i.b arent noddinsr sanction. And to even broach such an in justice to Danny's Canadian Army confederates wouia De treason canine for some kind of on - the - spot court - martial. Expanding the treason score, this slotting of the Britisher, Jackie Patterson, in the top notch of world's flyweights, strikes us over here as decidedly snaru p l u s a crock of malarkey. Because we're still entranced by the vision of Danny in his second effort as a pro boxer processing Jackie via the tko route in jusl three heats. Imarine an ex - ama teur kayoing the world's champ in his second bout. The haneover from this disaster was so lingering that Jackie, striv ing a few weeks later xor redemp tion, suffered anotner Kayo, iuii flavor this time, to the glory of one Ben Duffy of Glaseow and noints North. In case you aren't hep to this Danny Webb, let's have a peer into his pugilistic dossier. He's a young Canadian Negro out of Montreal. He's 24 and tips the beams at 8 stone pounds, which is the auaint British ver slon of what we Americana refer to as 125 pounds. Dannv is an intelligent boxer, He knows anatomy because he is tudvinfir for the medical profes sion. His left is delivered with ac curacy and his footwork is as varied as "six delicious flavors" and as deft as five Nicholas broth ra in mufti and khaki nis mem is exemplary and hts manner a criterion of comparison. But in the ring he's malicious and diabolical. His modus operandi is cut on the Henrv Armstrong moid, mean inr the Hank of the hev day. Most interesting, however, is that Webb very nearly missed the limelight that nas suddenly swucn - d upon him. When he was serving as a dls - natch rider in the Army some time ago he met with an accident end broke his lea. The injury immobil ized him in hospital for several months, and at the time, doctors despaired of his ever walking again. LAicKiiy, ne persevered and ail traces - of the injury have gone. WeDD attained the limeglare in his first pro contest. He was fac ing the colored Kid Tanner, oi Jamaica, featherweight champ of the British Army. Webb tanned Tanner. Then came Patterson. The result against the champ was the biggest upset in British war - time boxing annals. Webb s return setto with Tanner marked the only time he's been stopped. Not by Tanner but by the British boxing board. The pair were cuffing and cooing in a manner unpleasing to the cash customers, many of whom had utilized the lethargy in the line as an excuse to depart for that cup of tea which they hadn't sipped for 15 minutes, an unendurable hardship for any rood Briton. In other words Webb and Tan ner were suspended for two months. And that, aside from references at this point to about five other pro conquests, Is the report on Danny Webb, a coming world - beater, if ever I've seen one. W UNION DEFEATS HOWARD, 62 - 50 (i. K. P, 13 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 4 2 0 4 .s'E.Turner.c. . .408 ljVVllloughby.c. 0 0 0 .Si Kd wards, g. . . 3 0 6 33wena.g 10 2 3:H.Turner.g. . 0 0 0 3;3hepard,g.. . 0 0 0 0 5; Morton, t . 29 11 69 Total. W 13 3 29 RICHMOND, Va. Despite thrilling last half battle by the Howard University Bisons of Wash ington, D. C, Virginia Union'i Panthers emerged 62 to 50 winner at the Recreation Center, here, Friday night. The score shifted five times in .the openinr fceriod. with Union holding a 33 ito 21 margin at the half. William Murray, veteran Union forward, exhibited topnotchj shooting throughout the game, garnering twelve baskets and four charity shots for 28 points as high scorer. Joel Mack. Howard ace, paced the Bisons with sixteen points, from seven baskets and two free throws. VMON HOWARD o. r. P.l G. K. P. Jackson. f... 3 1 TlMaek.f 7 2 14 Murray. f.. 12 4 2, Parrot. f 0 0 0 3hasten.. . . 4 0 8'Taylor.c 113 Hayden.g. .. 4 3 11 Kennedy... . 2 S 7 Martin. g.... O 2 2! Robinson. g.. 4 1 S VVhitlock.f.. 0 0 0Llebert 0 4 4 Davla 0 2 2 Smoote...... 3 17 Noisette 10 2 Wilberforce. Tenn. Clash CINCINNATI Colored nl1rl. ate basketball will return to Cin cinnati Wednesday night, Febru ary i, wnen wiiDenorce University and Tennessee State meet at Xavier University Fieldhouse. inis win mark the first game of us Kina ai Aavier and a. laree crowd is expected as both t have good following among Great er intinnaiians. Wilberforce, located in nearby Aenia, nio. more or less is re garded as a "local college" as its .cams nave piavea neie manv times, though never at Xavier. ine Xema cagers are one of the two unbeaten teams in Ohio intercollegiate ranks and are said to have a powerful team. Tennessee State performed her several years ago, the Southerners finishing in the runner - up position in a nation al colored cage tourney. Alumni groups of both schools are elated over seeing the two teams in action here and are planning parties to attend the contest VV Chase Gives Up HisTiftle By J. CULL EN FENTRESS LOS ANGELES S t a t i g he 'found it increasingly difficult to maintain the standard nt finf. nita?ib,er' Ja;k Chas. California llghtheavyweight boxing cham - PmlV JiS? j'?. nquished his title, retired from the ring Chase, former State middleweight i .V ,a "cently listed by the National Boxing Association in the world', first 10 middle - weights, announced his retirement in a letter to Willie Ritchie, chief boxing Inspector of the State Athletic Commission. In closing his letter. Chase said. Boxing has been good to me " Hailing from WaVaenr.ii. - o. Chase has been one of th active boxers in coast rings He won the llghtheavyweight crown BISHOP CAGERS TOURNEY CHAMPS New Orleans Air Base Cagers Win 19, Lose 2 new ORLEANS Sparked by Pfc. Elmer Ricks, eagle - eyed center from Palestine. Texas, who had bagged 21S points in 21 games early last week, the 3147th Quartermaster Service Company basketeers boast ed 19 victories against only two losses ior tne i - - 43 campaign. Win No. 18 was against Campv Plaucbe, wtilcn was beaten oy a 47 - 23 margin as Ricks rang up 23 points, and triumph No. 18 zouna the t :ina 37 uus on tne snort ena of the score, 35 - 18, with Ricks and Pfc. James Marshall of Philadelphia dividing scoring honors for tne winners, witn iz points eacn. NEARLY UNBEATABLE The 3147th whipped Xavier 37 - 33 earlier this season. It only lost a single game in the 1943 - '44 cam - Satgn ana mat one was to me arlem Olobe Trotters, former world pro champions, 36 - 28. Stars of the GI quintet Include: SSgt. Edgar F. Klnsr of New York, forward: Corp. Joseph A. Washington of Peoria, I1L, guard: Pfcs. Marshall. Ricks and Troy Tell, Jonesboro, Ark., forward, center and guard respectively; T5 Thomas J. Randall, Washington, D. C; Pvts. Frank P. Malone, New York, - forward, and James E. Wheeler, Alexandria, Va., center. Ricks is captain of the team, which is coached by Lieut. W. P. Carter. VV Soldiers Trip . S?. Augustine GREENSBORO. N. C Continu ing its undefeated season, the ORD Foxes swept through to its seventh win of the season by downing the St. Augustine College cagers 62 - 38, at Raleigh, rf. c. Paced by the brilliant Corp, "Brad" Sands of New York, the Air Force men led at the half, 26 - 19. An exciting second half found the Saints within three points of the Foxes, but the Army pressed tne attack and power housed to Anal victory. . Sgt. Jewell "Big Train" Black - well copped scoring honors for the evening, garnering 18 points. Stanley's 17 tallies were best for the losers. FOXK8 I SAINTS U. K. P.l G. F. P. Rose.rf..... 0 Carter 2 Hill 0 Sand. If.... 4 A'hittaker. . 2 3mlth 0 Wilcox, c 3 Bayley 0 Blackwell.rg ft Bunton 0 Leake. Is.... 3 23aundera,rf. . 3 4 Sadler 2 0, Billy. If 1 8'Smlth o 4'Weaver.e... . 0 Total. 22 0 2 18 0 0 1 7 8 52 Mask n Stanley. rg. . . s Thompson. . . 0 Braith'alte.lg 1 1 7 1 6 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 17 0 0 1 3 Total.. 15 ft 36 Total. 25 12 62 Total. 18 14 60 IB A EL DDI HAIR THIN IN SPOTS? rroakly. ft Is tayead Oar Power RESTORI YOUR HAIR 1 W Cm Promise to Help Yes to RIMOVI DANDRUFF RASE ITCHING SCALP AMAZING TREATMENT GUARANTEES RESULTS! A Iveetal Poneula eeetatatng Important tntredientt lonepreacrlbed by Phyalclana for DANDRUFT, ITCHING SoXLp er FAIUNQ HAIR. Unlike anything you Uieq, it is nvr n lua i w uncio. rraiaea bub nconuinaaN oj Worses and Children uaa it. too! SOLD ON MONIY - JACX GUARANTEEl Bene xo aooey . . . wnan wowni . . . aim m after a fair trial our VITXlOIt Hair LVOtiea aoea net prodeee reaalta. it may m rataraed for refund. New Available to everyone in the U. S. A. eaaaeaaaaaeaaaaeeeeeeeiiAU. COUPON BELOW ra rnnmuxm CO.. laa Peat. 0 - 4 1M Lafayette St. New Terk Is. Jt. T. t ne treatment, aae ir as not pieaaeq i nave privilege of returnlas I witt pay issllmsa $3.00 plus 0e ysDEKAL TAX and ail Postage reea. rtucs.. ....... ADDRESS. 0m..... .......... .... . - . STATS 'redVrei Taa siatreV ' - a few weeks ago from Watson Jones at Olympic auditorium, lost his middleweight bauble to Char ley Buriey. ixcai DOXinK circles were at a loss for a reason, for Chase's ac tion, some laying lt to managerial difficulties, others to boxing too often. "He was to meet Kenny Wat - Kins in san i rancisco last Mon day night ana isiuy Smith the following week, VV COAST GUARD RUNS ORDNANCE, 58 - 34 ST. LOUIS The St. Louis Coast uuara, lea qy jamei Hreadon. bit cenicr, uncsicu mc oi. jouls Ord' nance. 08 - 34. isresdon stale th show with his fine ball handling ana preat ucieuaivo piay. Me also contributed 5 field goals of the 28 made by the Coast Guard. Grant another sepia player, .went in as a substitute in a forward position out iaiiea to score. f "FOOTUNnQO" S Letty MUitese? wHTf rOI ra . AMM SMOtS Adler Hortem "Footlioeri" or real keotj. liner, they have snap end) dotiincoth. WtV leoiWe that politli Hke o bHIiard) ball. Style t11X. unort and snappy QOfor type, tfrictfy Hand - out. SlyW IU0X In swanky ostrich type leather tKaf tell, y, ltr6t Yr'' AW in Kid. Sued sj Call. p tin SHOWING OTMI1 MOOIU. ADOtLU. PRAIRIE VIEW. Tex. South ern University of Scotlandville, La, and Bishop College of Marshall, Tex., landed two places each on tne all - star team selected by the parxicipaunar coacnes in tne an - nual Southwestern Invitational Collegiate Basketball Tournament staged in the Prairie View gym Friday and Saturday, January 19 ana zu. xne nrth member of the team came from the Wiley "Wildcats." The official all - star team as announced by L. T. Walker of the Prairie View coaching staff Is as follows: Forwards, Nlckerson and Guice, both of Bishop College; center, Culton of Wllev Colleen: guards, Moore and Stefl, both of aoumern university. coacnea ov Harrv H. rarmn Bishop fought Its way to the tournament championship throueh f our bitter battles. After disposing of Texas Coll e ire 48 - 4l In tha n - a limlnarles, they won a spot In the semi - finals by a scorching victory over Southern in the most exciung ana closely contested game of the tournament. They went into the finals by defeating Wiley. 50 - 46. caDitallzine - ak an early lead and successfully put - .ifi v w" "peaiea uireats oy tne fighting Wildcats to turn the tide, in the meantime, the Southern basketeers by virtue of victories 0Yr Texas. Prairie View, and Wiley in the consolation bracket fought their way back to the finals. The herculean task - of tackling Prairie View in the morning. Wiley night, all on the same .day. proved 100 ucn ror Coach Mumford's r - ,rm iney r before 7 - rA 1 1,,CRerMn an company .6Sic(jauun. VV LEON ZORRITA NODS STARR LOS ANGELES, Calif. Crafty Leon Zorrita 158. pounded out a unanimous decision the rinsr. fight for Uncle Sam ' While polntine out that t,. . drew the greatest. RHtes i TT? Fleischer added that his mawC nniiol Aivorrl cmaa l . 0, "who, during the past vear huS his conduct and firhti'm, ',..r1' 01 tm earned the esteem public' The four points which gove - nti Ring award for - The FiEw theVear" are: Wttt 1. He must be foremot i u contribution to the skiil and idea cnampion. 1 ' Ml I f i . xno recipient must cobV with his high place in the raaS of fighters, a similar positional sportsman. S. He must associate hli lVI uvb u a iigaier, Koa public nl tions and a reputation for can I U1U 1UUIOI JIVIIIJ. 4. The boxer receiving ta award must be recognized u a example to growin? Ami( At - 1 youui. I replying to XMat Feischer'i fal lng tribute, the colored boy, nl rose from shinine shoes m sl pinnacle or tne boxing world, plained that he had never ton j mucn i or puouc speaKing. I "All I can tell you." he s!il mat x win continue to ijRtt ml will give every fipht I'm in ml thing I've got, as I've always til "I'll be proud or this mpda!ts: I die, and when 1 die, I'll Inn! I to someone else. MC Ml STRAIGHTS lVllssilla IINDIIIY HI' PERMANKNTLY IN ONE TREATHl WITH HAIR 8TRATE. Amatial m laat alx raontha on most ntuhbom tult i not dlaoolor iialr. Regular Mir SI (' M' Jumbo alze. $2.00. Srut COD p.a ajce. Monay - back FTiaramw .ntna HAIR STRATE C0MPA.M 89 Flatbusa An.. Brooklyn 17. N. Y., 01 Control Ruptm with Tins Modern Truss Amoxln? Specific Point CattnlK rure Provide! Greofer Weorii"l fort asd More Effective Hm TWENTY DAYS TO rB0 fntatrhe16t2 h6ra e - day night in the ten - round main event at Olympic Auditorium. TWif re Ii knockdowns, but was ''i1?6 flrst two rounds, "aUon?0mPlet0 comand'of the Write today to Cant. W. i - i lings. Inc., Box 517 - X. a!e3 N. for details of oar siiCffl nlan ft. PnhU (r - Wo. - itlt'lbit 1 ture with Specific Point C OeU results where other tr faiL No springs to bind - no pressure to dig in. Stays ii position on body, gives Rupture and grand supp back. Durable, economics - tnHahl with coriiro hnldlTX now before you put ta; down. OOTOTOKj vitk J LUCKY BROj wWsUe bait in draft for their No. lo" who used LUCKY HAIR DRESSING W, ping out, of cou'!. the strictly sUrI - I" in the stag lu.e sre mJ babies, while - 'Iie ' .j swine it. So e - t a "(y Get yourself ' a can o CaOWN HAIR D mrsA M Vnw MJV it ia - JniMn'C. hnrtr nUi - ,: Uting duet with r - ..xtlalV V tX0WMHAI

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