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Monday Evening, July 8, 1957. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribunt Thirteen Yanks, Cards 2Vi Up; All-Stars Vie Tuesday Cards Climax 1st Half By Beating Cincy Twice By MILTON HICHMAN United Press Sports Writer The first half of the 1957 major league season now is history, and it will take one of the greatest second-half drives in history to catch either the Yankees or Cardinals at the breakneck clip they are traveling now. Both the Yanks and Cards are Z'A games ahead in'their respective pennant races today as all the teams pause for the annual All-Star break. The Yankees are whizzing along at a phenomenal .846 pace with 22 victories in their last 26 games. And the Cardinals are zipping along at a .722 figure with 26 out Yesterday'* Results National League (1st Game) Pittsburgh 303 001 300-10 15 0 New York 000 020 301— 6 10 0 Swanson, King !7> and Rand. Worthington, Crone (3), Monzant (7), McCormick (8) and Katt. Winner — Swanson (2-1). Loser— Worthington (7-5). HR—Thomas 2 (10th & llth), Groat (3rd), Rand of their last 36, a pace that fi- m s t) Bressoud (2nd), nally has begun to unravel what (lath), Harris (5th). was one of the tightest National (%„& Game) League races eve'r. The world champion Yankees made it four in a row Sunday when they came from behind to defeat Washington, 7-5, while St. Louis swept a double-header from Cincinnati, winning the opener, 3-2 in 10 innings and the nightcap, *6. In other American League games, the White Sox swept a pair from the Indians, taking the 13- inning opener, 9-8, and the second game, 7-2. Detroit lopped Kansas Cily, 5-2, and Baltimore beat Boston, 8-4. Dodgers Dumped Twice Philadelphia took bo* ends of a double-header from Brooklyn, 2-1 and 5-3, to move back into the first division in the National League; the Pirates beat the Giants twice, 10-6 and 8-1, and Milwaukee defeated Chicago, 4-2. Yogi Berra's double with the bases full highlighted a four-run •rally by the Yanks in the eighth inning after they had trailed the Senators, 2-1. Gil McDougald clinched the contest with a two- run homer in the ninth. Art Ditmar gained the victory in relief of Whitey Ford. Jim Rivera tripled to open the 13th inning for • the White Sox, then came home with the winning run in the opener on Luis Aparicio's single. Jack Harshman checked the Indians on five hits in the nightcap as the White Sox got to Early Wynn for three runs in the first inning on four hits and a walk. Al Kaline and Oharley Maxwell each connected for homers, driving in all of Detroit's five runs between them in the victory over Kansas City. Paul Foylack posted his ninth victory with hitter. iLaniky Connie Johnson of the Orioles stopped the Red Sox on seven hits and Bob Nieman drove m four of Baltimore's runs as Hacker, Farrell (9) and Lonnett. Maglie (3-2) and Campanella. Winner—Hacker (4-2). HR — Bouchee (ll'th). (2nd Game) Philadelphia 002 003 000— 5 9 1 Pittsburgh New York Sauer 003 020 120— 8 11 0 000 000 010— 141 Friend (6-9) and Foiles. Gomez, Monzant (6), Davis (8) and Westrum. Loser—Gomez (10-7). HR— Thomas (12th), Groat (4th), Foiles (6th), O'Connell (4th). (let Game) Philadelphia Brooklyn 000 010 001— 2 000 000 100—1 5 0 6 0 Brooklyn 200 000 010— 370 Cardwell, Hearn (1), Farrell (8) and Lonnett. Podres, Labine (6), Erskine (8) and Walker. Winner — Hearn (3-1). Loser — Labine;Yanks (3-5). HR—Hamner (5th). Yanks, Scions Now on Top Little Loop The UCT Yanks chalked up their sixth straight victory of the season in a National Division game and the National Bank Senators rallied to upset the RBM' Shamrocks in the American Division of Little League baseball play Saturday, The wins gave the Yanks a tie for first in the National with the unbeaten Schiff Shoe'Cardinals at 6-0, and the Senators squeezed ahead of the Shamrocks for top spot in the American by winning, the bank boys now holding a half- game margin.' The Yanks turned back the P : an- cini White Sox at Tower Park 6-2 clinching the decision .with a 3-run outburst in the first inning. Only extra base blow of the game was a double by Billy Swaney of the Sox, who got it with two.runners aboard in the sixth to drive home a run. The Crain Field feature saw Dave Long of RBM -going the route and allowing three hits,-all singles, while John. White and Mike Parrett shared pitching duties for the Senators, allowing 2 hits. The Senators got the first run as the result of an error in the third inning. The Shamrocks pushed over a tally in the fifth to knot the score' and the Senators then came back to score in the sixth and end the battle. Summary: LITTLE LEAGUE DENNIS MILLER OF LAKE CICOTT ENTERS SOAP BOX DERBY ; Come July 31, Dennis Miller, of Lake CIcott, will look like this as lie speeds downhill In an attempt to win the annual Soap Box Derby in Logansport.lt will be hii. second attempt. Dennis is 12 years old. parents are Mr. and Mrs. Earl "Woody" Miller. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) White Sox 000 011—2 301 llx—6 (1st Game, 10 Innings) Cincinnti 010 001 COO 0— 2 11 0 St. Louis 200 000 000 1— 9 90 Lawrence (9-5) and Burgess. V. McDaniel, Jones. (8) and H. Smith. Winner—Jones (6-3). HR — Cunningham (5th), Burgess (7th). (2nd Game) Cincinnati 020 100 102— 692 501 030 OOx— 9 10 1 Madonna and Bell; Wood and Poor. Shamrocks 000 010—1 2 1 Senators 001 001—2 St. Louis Jeffcoat, Acker (1), Freeman, (3), Sanchez (3), Fowler (4), I * nd ! a " s Klippstein (6) and Bailey. Jack son, Wehmeier (4), Mizell (5) and Landrith. Winner — Mizell (3-0). Loser—Joffcoat (8-6). HR — E.G. Smith (3rd), Landrith (2nd), Bailey (12th), Moon (15lh), Whisenant 2 (3rd & 4th). 010 100 000— 2 390 000 10X— 4 Chicago Milwaukee Hillman, Brosnan (4), Poholsky (7), Drabowsky (8) and freeman. Burdetle (6-6) and. Sawatski. Los- er—HlUman (1-6). HR — Moryn (12th). American Tom Brewer suffered his eighth Baltimore •elback. Cunningham Big Gun Joe Cunningham drove in all three Cardinal .runs in the opener, hilling a two-run homer in Ihe first inning and then singling home the winning run in the 10th. Sam Jones wias the winner in relief of bonus rookie Von MoDaniel, who gave up botih Cincinnati runs in the "seven innings he worked. Rookie Bobby Gene Smith drove Boston Johnson 300 012 020— 891 001 000 030— 471 (7-6) and Triandos. Brewer, Chakales (8) and While, Loser—.Brewer (9-8). 000 000 002— 270 201 OH OOx— 5 11 0 Kansas City Detroit Portocarrero, McDermott (3), Gorman (4), Morgan (6), Urban (8) and Thompson. Foytack (9-7) and Wilson. Loser — Portocarrero (3i4). HR—Maxwell ..(18th), Kaline j _ _.,_ _ .... „.„,„. \ o ^i/ , ij^K 1TAWA KT Cil _.\.AUl an four runs in the nightcap 'and! (6th), Thompson (5th). Wally Moon three as Wilmer Mi- xoll won in relief. Ed Bouchee's ninth-inning homer o£f Sal Maglie gave the Phils their opening game victory over Brooklyn and ex - Dodger Ohieo Fernandez decided the nightcap with a three-run double that broke * 2-2 tie in the sixth. Frank Thomas and Dick Groat combined talents to lead the Pirates to their sweep over the Giants. Thomas hit three homers in the twin bill to drive in five runs while Groat drove in six runs with a homer in each game and a bases-loaded triple in the finale. Lew Burdotte of tfee Braves won his first gome since May 18 •when he held the Cubs to six hits. The Braves got to Cub starter Dave Killman for three runs in the first inning on a walk, Hank Aaron'5 single and triples by Wos Covington and Frank Torre. Now York '• 001 000 042— 780 Washington 100 001 021— 572 Ford, Ditmar (7), Shantz (8) and Berra. Pascual, Stobbs (8), Clevenger (9) and Fitzgerald. Winner — Ditmar (5-1). Loser; — Pascual (5-10). HE — Severs •(20th), MoDougald (6t)h), Usher (3rd). (1st Game, 13 Innings) Clc. 000 000 002 000 0— 8 10 0 Chi. 010 400 300 000 1—9 17 0 Mossi, Garcia (4), Daley (7), McLish (if) and Nixon, Brown (9). Donovan, Kscher (2), Derrington (3), LaPalme (8), Hpwell (10) and Moss, Batley (3). Winner—.Howell (3-3). Laser—McLish (4-3). HR—Colavito (14th) McLish (1st). (2nd Game) D. Long and Sundy; White, M. Parrelt and Parmeter. Following are the standings of the various leagues including all games through yesterday: AMERICAN LITTLE LEAGUE W L 5 5 3 3 1 Giants 1 NATIONAL LITTLE LEAGUE Senators Shamrocks Sox Orioles Cards Yanks White Sox Cubs Panthers Keystones W 6 6 3 2 1 0 Major League Standings National League St. Louis .597 ,532 5 .456 11 48 31 Milwaukee 44 34 .564 2«i Philadelphia 42 34 .553 3% Cincinnati 44 30 .550 3% Brooklyn 41 36 New York 36 43> •Pittsburgh 29 49 .372 1714 Chicago . 26 45 .366 17 Monday's Probable Pitchers (No games scheduled.) Tuesday's Games (•All-Star Game at St. Louis.) Softball TOUBNEY ENTRIES DUE Lawrence Jones', local parks alh- lelic director, said Saturday thai entries for the counly softball tournament to be staged at Riverside .__„_. park starting this week, are due by W. L. Pet. GBl Mon<3a y evening at 8:30 when the pairings will be made. Play begins on Tuesday night. Jones said he expected at least a (|ozen teams to enter the event. Schedule of action for.the week at Riverside park follows: Monday—6:00 Alpha Bears vs. G.T. Jels; 7:45 A&W Pirates vs. KLK Kolts in Colt League. • Tuesday—Two county tourney American League New York 0 Chicago 0 Boston 4 j Cleveland 4. Detroit Baltimore W. L. Pet. GB 51 26 49 29 42 37 39 38 .662 ... .628 2' ,532 10 .506 12 PONY LEAGUE Dodgers Braves Indians Tigers COLT LEAGUE G.T. Jets A&W Pirates Alpha Bears KYK Kolts W 4 4 2 2 W 5 3 2 1 Kansas City .Washington Tuesday's Games (All Star Game ai.' St. Louis.) Aussie Ace Arrives To Sign $125,000 Contract as Pro NEW' YORK (UP)— Lew Hoad, a slone'y - faced Australian who was told in Janaury a back injury had ended his tennis career forever, 'Is expected to turn pro- fessionat today for $125,000. 39 39 .500 12'A 37 39 29 47 25 56 .487 13 'A .3D2 21'A .30928 American Association softball games 7 and 8:15. Wednesday—7 p.m. Legion vs. Kokomo. Logan. Jr. Lowe-Werner Win Local Golf Tourney C. Lowe birdied the 17th hole and J. J. Werner birdied the 19th hole to give the pair a victory over Chuck Morehead and Robert Davis in Ihe invitational tourney Sunday at Ihe Logansport Country Club. The'victors were trailing, one 'down, when Lowe sank a 12-fool putt on. the 17th to pull them up even; the .teams tied the 18th hole, and then J.. Werner birdied the final hole lo give himself and Lowe a 1 up win in 19 holes. Second flighl winner was the FOP Wins, 3-2; Beaten 11-0; Legion Loses Logansport Beats Middle-' town In .First Game.But' Is Shut Out In Nightcap; Logansport Legion Whitewashed The Logansport FOP nine eked out a 3-2 decision over Middleton Sunday but- were white-washed, 11-0, in the nightcap. The Logansport Junior Legion team was trounced by the Terre Haute nine, 10-0. • • ' In the first game of the • twin bill, Logansport FOP picked up a run in the final inning of play to win. After two were out, three successive singles by Schue, Conn, and Ridenour pushed the winning run across. Logansport had scored two runs in the first inning but were held scoreless until the lasl frame. Middleton had tied'it up with single runs in the second and third innings. Winning pitcher for Logansport was Elliott.'Snodgras was the loser. Smith gave up the winning hit for Middleton in the seventh inning but Snodgras put the winning run on base and he was charge with the loss, • : In the nightcap, Logansport could not louch the delivery of hurler Rhodes who held them.lo four hits, one base on balls and struck out six. Middleton unleashed an eight- mates; wore collecting 10 hits;and 10 runs. • • Kehrt struck out nine of the Logansport batters. He save- up only one base on balls. team of L. F. Grusenmeyer anc Thursday-5:30 A&W Pirates vs.|n, 0 y Wolfe who battled Dick Elliott Alpha Bears <Colt League); 8 p.m.| j r . and Klein before winning 1 up Logan FOP vs. Muncie (CIBL). Friday—6' p.m. KLK Kolts vs. G.T. Jets (Colt League); 8 p.m. County tourney Softball game. Saturday—Two county Softball tourney games 1 and 0:15. W. L. .Pet. I YMCA RALLIES TO WIN .The YMCA softball team rallied twice to defeat Grass Creek In- dees in 10 innings Saturday at Riverside park 4 to 3. Grass Creek had taken a 2-1 lead in. Ihe sec- Omaha . 47 36 .5B6 Minneapolis 4739 .547 St. Paul 44 37 .543 Indianapolis 3841 .481 Wichila 52 32 .619, oncl frame but YMCA lied II wilh a 1 tally in Hie fifth. Each learn gol a run in the eighth and the Logan club came through with a run in the last of the tenth to decide the game. D. Waddups who pitched the route for Grass Creek had hurled a 7-inning game on Friday. He gave up ten hits in this one, most of them in'the latter innings. Summary: Grass Creek 020,000,010,0-3 7 0 YMCA 100,010,010,1-4 10 1 D, WaSdups 'and Clark; McKinley and Simons. Denver 38 43 Charleston. 3D 48 Louisville 29 57 Sunday's Results Indianapolis 5 Denver 4 (lsk) flndianapolis 4 Denver 0 (2nd) Louisville 9 Minneapolis 5 Wichita 7 'Omaha 5 (1st) Wichila 8 Omaha 2 (2nd) Oharieston 18 St. Paul 2 .469 .442 .337 i . L.UK6 D«,b,, , KOCky The bull-shouldered Aussie with |\) e | son on (Jpswinq r 3 000 010 001— 250 Vanquished Russians Hail Cornell Oarsmen HENLEY-ON-THAMES, England (UP)—Even hard-to-impress Russia joined in. the mass tribute to triumphant Cornell Unlversily today, hailing the Big Red's eight- cared crow as the finest one in the world. Cornell's oansmen defeated (he Russians in the semifinals and then went on to beat' Yale's Olympic champions by half a length Saturday in the firsl all-American final in tlw history of the Grand Challenge Cup, traditional feature of the Henley Regalia. Cleveland Chicago Wynn, Pilula (8) and Brown. Harshman (7-3) and Moss. Loser —Wynn <-H-10). HR — Torgeson (3rd), Colavito (15lh). Galveston Defeats Twelve Mile, 16-5 Galveston trimmed Twelve-Mile, .76-5, in Cass county summer league baseball competition Sunday. Scotl and Lynas each struck round trippers with two men on. Moss got two doubles for Twelve- Mile. Batteries [or Galveston were Baber and Sullivan with Dixon Catch, ing. For Twelve-Mile, it was Moss and Bookwalter pitching and Dfocon. catching. Galveston outhit the losers, 16-5. GIANTS TO PRACTICE Farmer and Mcrchanl Gianls of the Little League will practice Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Crain Field. All players were urged to be pres- a temper as hot as his sizzling serves, is due to arrive from London by plane with his second straight Wimbledon title. The Wimbledon crown, symbol of world amateur tennis supremacy, is Ihe credenllal that figures lo give Hoad one of tine richest contracts over offered a player to turn professional in any siport. Jack Kramer, the orew-cut Los Angeles promoter, has set up a press conference for this ailer- noon. He is expected to announce Iheh lhat Hoad, 22, has joined his troupe for the largest sum ove guaranteed an amateur tenni; player to .tunn pro. At London Airport Sunda; night, Hoad said Kramer had ol By UNITED PRESS Luke Easier of Buffalo and Toronto's Rocky Nelson, well- Iraveled- veterans of Mie road between the minors and the majors, are hi'litig home runs far and often in an attempt to earn another trip up. Both southpaw - swinging first ;K. of C. 3 Indians Named To AA All-Stars DENVER (UP)—Three Incjian- apolis baseball players have been chosen for the American Associa- ion All-Star squad which -will play at league-leading Wicjtita July 16. ••• Selected for the 16-man squad n balloting by sports writers ".and >roadcasters were first baseman Ron Jackson, outfielder Ted Beard and pitcher Tom Flanigan. Beard and Flanigan wfcre selected.lo replace Wichita players named -to (lie squad before it was determined the Braves would je-the host team, •> Moore Must Gird ; For Battle or Else GRAND RAPIDS, Midi. (UW— Archie Moore must sign by Saturday for a defense of his light heavyweight title or be shipped of the 175-pound crown, National Boxing Assn. President • F 1 cry d Stevens said today. The aging Moore's title was supposed to have been vacated Sunday -but Stevens agreed to give the champion until Saturday, to sign for a defense after a plea''by Oharlie Johnston, manager o£. Die light heavyweight king. run attack against Logansport in the second inning when they cap- tilized on four hit-balsmen. Shorlslop Prenlice got the only triple of the game, in Ihe final inning. In the Legion game, Kehrt oC Terre Haule held Ihe Logansporl nine to four hits, while his leam- EDUCATOU5 TO SPEAK; BLOOMING-TON' (I.FP)—An -address by Arno Jewell, U.S. Office of Education, will highlight n conference on English language arls in high schools, sponsored by Hie Indiana University. School of Education Tuesday and Wednesday. Several oilier nationally known educators also will take.part in the two-day •meeliii.g for critic teachers wlvo have supervised's'. u- dcnt (.cachets and students'.'enrolled in the School of Education. HE RE-GREW HAIR KNIGHTS NIP. YMCA In the second game.of a double bill at Riverside park Saturday the K. of C. softballers downed the YMCA 3-0, although outhit three to two. John Maloy smashed a home run for the Knights in the second inning and they picked up Iwo Insurance, tallies in the third frame. Summary: YMCA 000,00—0 012,0x—3 3 1 2 2 in 23 holes. Grusenmeyer and Wolfe were trailing, 1 down, when Elliott powered a drive out of bounds on the 18lh and he and Klein ended up with bogies, lo allow the winners to lie ^ up Die malch. ' Third flight was won by Dee Douglass and Joe McClain who,defeated the father-son team of. George and Donald Grubbs, 4 and 3. Consolation winners on the first flight were G. Miller and Bill Thompson who defeated Grisel and Dellinger, 2 and 1. Oscar Miller and Bob Lowe downed Gish and Pohlman, 2 and 1, lo win consolation prize in the second flighl. Third flight consolation was taken by Ivor Burrough and Jim Huff who took Timberlake and Coghill, 2 and 1. The tournament was a Iwo-man, best ball affair, wilh an array of prizes distributed to Ihe winners that Louis Quarandillo said was the greatest assortment in 'tournament history. EVERYBODY'S DISH WASHINGTON — The U. S. Department of Agriculture reports "ice cream is everybody's dish and is ever-increasing in popularity-" Production in 1956 was approximately 651 million gallons, more than double the amount consumed in 1MO, the department said. 300^100 J.-2X-7 10 11 fared him $125,000 for a two-yea " contract, with the alternative o taking 25 per cent of the gat plus a S per cent bonus for overj match — whichever amount wa greater. "I think the chances of mj turning it down are about one i a hundred," Hoad said. OLDEST IN BOOK WEST BROOKFIBLD, Mass Rev. Dr. Arthur J. Brown former foreign missions leader and author, is the oldest person whose name appears in "Who's Who in America." He recently observed his 100th hirifiday. Douglas Leigh 'introduced th first electrical animated cartoo; sign April 28, 1937 in Now Yori City's Times Square. WANTED! MEN-WOMEN from a^es 18 to Dl. Prepare now for U. S. Civil Koi'vlnu Joh oponlnKK- IN thlft area during; tho npxt J2 moiiLliH. 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Govornment positions ana Baldrics; (2) Information on liow to qulllfy for ft U. S. Government Job. Numo ... _. ... _ .._ ABO _ ., „ ... Address . ... .... .. M _. _. ... ...I ... *.,. City State „. „ Give Exact Directions to Tour Homo basemen contributed decisive; McKinley and Skelton; Thomas, home runs Sunday to lead their!Bauer and Mnroney. teams to victory in lihe Interns-' tional League. Eastern slugged a grand slammer to pad Buffalo's 6-0 winning margin over Rochester after, the Red Wings had tripped Buffalo, 6-3, in their dou- blc-tieader opener. Nelson bashed a game - tieing ninth-liming homer in Toronto's 5-4 opening - game victory over Montreal that gave bhe Lents a twin bill split. Montreal took the nightcap, 6-2, behind Fred Kipp. BEAT LAFAYETTE CAGERS Logansport Tastee-Frecze Cagers topped Lafayette 'Mounds Sunday night at Hlverside Park court, 7465. Jim Price led the locals with 25 points. Phil Wills notched 20, Bob Larr.berson 14, Dave Skelton 7, Jack Yerkes 6, and Don Schmidt 2. The visiting squad included Hon Fisher, 1955-56 Lafayette JeK star and stats All-Star player. of a ahead i ' for a secure "I'm planning ahead now future 'for myself ond family. l'v« got a savings account with higher earnings that ar. paid out regularly during the year. When a good financial opportunity come, along I'll be prepared to take itl You too, can have all the things you-want by saving every payday. Open your account •fodayl LOGANSPORT BLDG. & LOAN ASSN. State Theatre Bid a. Phone 2741 SOUND! SAFE! SECURE SAVINGS Before Erlckscm Treatment A Few Months Later Thomas A. Melton, Jr., of Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania (above), shown he rc-grcw hair by the Erlckson Home Treatment metliudt Hair Specialists Here Wednesday Will Show How To Save Hair and Prevent Baldness CHICAGO—New home trealment methods for saving liair and improving its growth will be demonstrated in Logansport, Indiana, on, July 10, Wednesday only. Trichologlst J. T. Adams will be in charge, representing tho dynamic Erickson Hair & Scalp Specialists organization. Hu will personally examine hair-worried men and women from 1:00 lo 11:30 p.m. at the Barnes Hotel. At the home office of the Erickson organization, a new, even more successful method of treatment was announced-r-a treatment that you can easily administer yourself at home. This new trealment is neither "mail order" nor "cure-all." It is adapted to the individual • after a hair loss"—or "Oh, I'm going to sec an expert when I get around to it." Baldness won't wait for doubters lo be convinced or for procrasllna- lors lo take action lalcr. You're going lo keep right on losing hair lill you're bald . . . unless you KCt your scalp in healthy, hair gruwintf personal examinalion and progress j condllion again. is checked personally at regular Satisfy 95% "Actually, our biggest problem is not in doing what we claim," intervals by an Erickson expert. Who Can Be Helped? Brake Special 19 A Vafv« 1 ANY CAR H*r»'s Whot W* DM • Rtmov* front whMh CMM! • Intpocl liniiS». • Inipmf, cteon an * front whwf b*ar!ng>* 3 rn<p«cr brake drum*. M Cheek and add bruit* ^ if needed. » Ad] in I I)** brake »hoe> te> •ecure fvM contact •drwrm, § CorefvttV te* broke*. fircstonc STORES 3rd and E«l Rivw Av». Dial 3922 For many years now Erickson Hair & Scalp Specialists have been checking the hair of thousands of people across the country. They iiave encountered and dealt with hundreds of cases of every kind of hair trouble. From this experience has grown the body of scientific knowledge leading lo the development of the new Erickson home treatment. Will the new Erickson treatment cure, baldness? 'Wo!" For we cannot help mon and women who arc slick-bald after years of gradi> al hair-loss. But if you still have fuzz and your scalp is still creating hair, you can at least save ami thicken what you have. Some conditions, such as "spot baldness" usually have complete coverage if caught in time! Other conditions lhat usually bring on excessive hair loss- dandruff, itching, ovcr-oiliness or dryness, follicle clogged witli sebum or seborrhea—can be- corrected by the Erickson home treatment if caught before the "hair factories" are destroyed. Evidence of the success of the {nothing. says D. W. Erickson, director of the organization, "for we satisfy :\t lcai>t 35% of our clients which, when you consider Hint almost every person is a 'doubter' or n 'putter-offer' where hair is concerned, is an excellent showing. Getting these doubters and putdM 1 offers to come in for on examination is really the problem." Examine You Fre» We want to make it clear Hint you incur absolutely no charge or obligation by coming in for an cx- aminalion. Your only obligalion is to yourself to e;ise your inind of hair worries by learning how lo save :m<l thicken your hair at home. We will tell you frankly and sincerely whether or not you can l>e helped, how long it will take and how much it will cost. We do nol accept cases that will not respond. Guarantee Satisfaction The Erickson Hair & Scalp Specialists wiil give you a wrillcn guarantee thai you must be satisfied within. 30 days or it costs you Erickson method is that the organization has quickly expanded to serve hundreds of cities in 32 states. The most important thing is: Don't wait until It'* loo lute." Surveys among men and women in all walks of life show that the worst enemies of your hair are (1) skepticism and (2) procrastination. The average balding person justifies his condition with one or the other of these two statements: "J don't think anybody can stop Wednesday only call at the Hotel Barnes for Mr. J. T. Adams' room number. Then come in to sec him between 1:00 and 8:30 p.m. for a free examination and discussion of your hair, problems. Ho docs nol make appointments, so come in al your convenience. You won't be obligated or embarrassed in any way. Examinations are given in private. Credit reference: Mutual National Bank of Chicago, 79th and Hal- »tcd, Chicago 20, 111.

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