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JANUARY 19. 1958. THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PHBSS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE NINE Logan Nips Richmond; Face Bears, Trojans Logansport's Berries', fresh from a sparkling 73-71 NCC victory over <ne Richmond Red Devils here t.iday, take to the road this week lor a pair of big ones. ' The Berries travel to Central of South Bend to meet 'the' defending state champs on Tuesday!Spay r.inht and on Friday will meander down New Castle way lor a joust J. Satterfield Behrman Cougill Sweet Totals /*\rr;«;«ir. n 0 0 0 • o 29 0 0 0 0 13 n< t 0 0 2 1 21 and 0 0 • 0 0 71 Rnh with the Trojans in a league show. The Berries brought forth a junior guard, 5-8 Jimmy Sweet, who poured .in 20 points and teamed up with veteran Larry Cart, who had 22 tallies,' to stop the Richmond club in a spine- tingling ball game. Most of Sweet's ten baskets came when the Berries were in need of points. Richmond, however, will rem ember a long time the unfortunate timeout they called with eight seconds left to 'play. Logan xwas leading 73-71 at the time when Coach Charles Oils o£ Richmond saw his boys intercept a pass and called to one of his players for a timeout. The youngster called it at mid-floor and a fleeting second later Lynn Satterfield shot one in from the corner. That would have tied the score but the officials ruled the goal no good since the timeout • had been asked for and granted ahead of the shot. Richmond got the ball out of bounds but failed to score in the final seconds Logan had led 20-14 at the end of B .Berries — lies 9, Huston 4, Arthington 4, Farrell 12, Schwering, Meade 6, Tuberty 3, Wagner 5, Fritts, Hoover, Maple, Cast, Streu, Kiesling. Richmond — Jordan 2, Hitchcock 9, Lyle 4, Schuerman 8, Sellers 4, Bullerdick 3, Gobel, Severance 2, Satterfield, Fisher 2, Bennett, LaFollette. Meet The Cass County Coach Sector Cage Results FLORA EDGES WINAMAC FLORA — The Flora Badgers nipped the Winamac Indians in a free scoring basketball battle here Friday night 77 to 76, The game was a see-saw affair with Winamac ahead 18-16 at the quarter and 37-36 at halftime with the count being tied at 58-all at the end of the third period. ' . Don Driggs hit 27 points and Wayne Esserman got. 20 to pace Badgers whale Jerry Alexand-. The Charles Parkinsons, Lucerne, Staff Photo (Eighth of a series "of wceklyiBtlly Hillenbrand and Chuck Ja-,hun; to the. Savannah River atomic articles recognizing Cass county coby, two Hoosier gridiron greats.' -'--' : - '"™—•' —n™ * — • m^ jjctus^ 1 o «-*iuiG u^*j. 4 j i»j>,»»w.*.«., the first period and at the start of| er and Bob March each tallied 21 the second quarter rushed into a f(Jr winamac . y: ne 3 game was taken by Winamac 46 to 27. Flora—Oyler 9, Neff 7, Eikenberry 10, Esserman 20, Driggs 27, Guyer ,Cra£t 4. .Winamac — Alexander 21, Lewis, Mangold 15, March 21, Dunlop 8, Heinsen 9, Freeman 2, Depoy. "12-point margin at 26-14 as Sweet scored three straight baskets, all of them on interceptions two by Cart and one by John Gibson. Richmond bounced back and finally shot ahead at the end of the half 37-36. The Red Devils even went six points in front at 44-38 before the Berries began to whittle,into the inargin and finally it was tied at 49-all on a hook shot by Butch Jones. Sweet pumped in a side shot and Logan went on to lead 53-52 at the end of the third period. Shook hit a fielder to start the fourth period for Richmond but Jim Fiedler tossed in a jump shot to put Logan back in front. Satterfield hit from the side and Joe \Yalker caged a free toss, which Shook followed with a field goal for a 59-55, Richmond lead. Larry Cart hit two free tosses and Sweet dropped in another side shot to tie the score. Cart and Satterfield traded points, but Sweet and Ronnie Jones hit quick ones and Logan athletic coaches.) Lucerne's basketball coach — a large, •'• strapping gentleman now tipping the scales at 225 pounds-recalls how his slender 137-pound frame' as a youngster prevented him from playing football at Reitz high school in Evansville. . That's Charles Parkinson, • who although a newcomer to these Later he played on the Fort Knox, Ky., service eleven. Parkinson ' returned to Evansville college in 1946 to complete his education, interrupted by military service. He graduated in 1949 with a bachelor of arts degree in social studies and physical education. Charlio Richland, moved Wash., his family, to to coach high parts, has impressed rival coach- sc hool football and basketball for TIOGANS TRIUMPH WEST LAFAYETTE — Monti- .ell-o's Tioga Indians tripped' the West Lafayette Scarlets with a last quarter surge here Friday night 45 to 36 to break open i close ball game. The Tiogans had led at the quarter poles 11-9, 2119 and 28-26 before cutting loose with their late drive. Jim Zerface pumped in 24 points to lead Monticello and he got 14 point help from Ted Lane. John Sommer tallied- 10 and • Ivan Floyd 8 to pace West Lafayette. The B game was taken by West Side 48 to 30. Monticello—Zerface 24, Lane 14, Randall 2, R. Hively 2, Criswell - , 13, McNaught, Wiseman. West Laf- kd 65-61. Richmond surged back: vette _Draper 7, Ditamore 6, '- ' : - "- '"" " Engeler 2, Floyd 8, Sommer 10, es and players with his direction of.the Lucerne Lions this season. But "little" Charlie pickejl up 35 pounds soon after his high school days had passed and found himself substantial enough to par- one season, before accepting a position as recreation director for anti-aircraft personnel at Camp Hanford, Wash. While at this army post, Parkinson tutored the basketball squad leaving the football duties lo plant in -Georgia as recreation di rector and to Portsmouth, Ohio atomic energy plant as an admin istrative assistant. Parkinson was back in Evans ville in 1955 to work-as a branc manager for a dictaphone com pany. But teaching and coachin being in his blood, he returned t the educational field at Lucern this year. A proficient rifle marksman Charlie is fond 6f skeet and tra shooting. He captured the Indiat state skeet shooting championsh: last year in the class B compet tion at Evansville. Braves To Be Better PITTSBURGH (* — Manager Fred Haney said in Pittsburgh Saturday his world series • champion Milwaukee Braves would be a better ball club next season. 4nd Lew Burdette, the Braves' righthander who last year became the first pitcher to start and win three. games in one World Series juggle since 1920, said he didn't see why ings. Milwaukee shouldn't win the flag in 1958. "I sure think we'll win the pen- r.ant if we can.-get by without injuries," Haney said. Both Haney and Burdette were interviweed at I kickoff lunctieori, .prelude to the ittsburgh Dapper Dan Club's and annual dinner Sunday night. "I think we've got a better ball lub this year," Haney said. We've got some young fellows nd a year more experience. Our itching depth is better than any ther club." "I'm looking forward to a bet- er season," Burdette added. The Nitro W. Va,, native won 17 games and lost nine in regular eason-. play last year. Haney, Burdette, Willie Mays and other sports celebrities are among 1200 guests who will honor Pittsburgh Pirate shortstop Dick Groat. Groat was voted the 1957 tapper Dan award as Pittsburgh's top sports figure. Brown Advances In Rankings ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. Wl .— Tom Brown Jr. of San Francisco, who, won two big tournaments in D~ecember,.was elevated from 14th to 7th place in the 1957 U.S. Lawn Tennis Assn. rankings Saturday. Bill QuiUian of Seattle, an Army private stationed at Ft. Rucker, Ala., moved up one notch to 10th spot. Seven other players were juggled in the men's sing.es rank- ngs. The recommendations for chang- were made by a committee headed by Arthur R. Kaiser ol Chicago. They were approved by the USLTA executive commitloc. The following changes in singles rankings also were reported to tho general session: Bernard Bartzen, Dallas, from 7th to 9th; Alejandro Olmedo, University of Southern California, 91 !i to llttK Grant Golden, Wilmcltc, 111., 10th to 12h; Mike Green. Mi- am'i Beach, 12h to'13th: Sammy Giarrjmalva, Houston, 13th to Iflih; Xoel Frown, Santa Monica, Calif., ISth to 14th; and Myron Franks, Los Angeles, 16th to 15lh. Read the Classified Ads His wife, Margaret, attende Central high school in Evansvill a city rival of Reitz. The Park! Frosh Wrestlers GrabfiveTitles Coach Joe Patacsil, Loganberry wrestling boss, took 'a team of, freshmen to Lafayette for an individual weight •competition show and the Berries did themselves right proud Saturday. Patacsil's yearling matmen brought home five championships, one second and three third placings for the nine men entered in Hey, to this! program during World War II at Indiana university. His teammates at that time were George Karamatic, former Washington Redskin professional star. Subsequent employment took sons have three daughters, Charlene, 14; Madeline, 12; and Carrie. Lee, 8. 5, Bougher 6, Fellows 2. Burnettsville: Parks 2, Neher 1, Alma 5, Orowell 7, Guy, Hines 9, Stroud 19, Ridenour, 11. to tie the score on a long jump shot by Moore at 67-all. Sweet and Moore traded goals and then Butch Jones hit a side shot to put Logan ahead. Later he added two free throws and those were the big ones with only 54 seconds left. Moore hit a long one and that set the stage finish. for the Shook was top gunner for Richmond with 26 points while Flatley Mt 13, Satterfield and Walker 11 • each. For the Berries Cart, Sweet and Butch Jones were the only ones in double figures with 22, 20 and 16 listing. The Berries scored 27 of 66 . afield for 40.9 per cent and hit 19 of 31 free ones. Richmond tallied 29 of 76 from the field for 28.2 and added 13 of 19 free pei cent chances. The B Berries, 32. PKAIRIE PINS CUBS BURLINGTON — Prairie Tp. Lang 2, McClellan 1, Collins. C'VILLE TAGS DELPHI - DELPHI — Crawfordsville's balanced eager.; downed the Delphi Oracles 71 to 49 here Friday night, taking a 35-28 haHtime lead and then roaring on to victory. The Athenians also won the B game 54- Crawfordsville — Walker 6 reu ma I|BLO rlluoj , mslll/ lu „„„ Krutzsch 23, Burgett 11, Kaslam 11,: race the peru Benga i Tigers in a Wilkinson 12, Dickerson 1, Ewoldt! _ Purple Eagles flew high here Friday night to outdistance the Burlington Polar Cubs, in a fast ball game 60 to 44. Prairie led at each quarter 16-6, 29-24 and 42-32 before winning. The Eagles also took the reserve game 28-27. Burlington—Loman 9, Johnson 2, Hinkle 4, Ehrman 7 Oyler 11, Miller 11. Prairie Tp.—Adams 4, Morrison 4, Davenport 3, Adler 19, Cardwell 8, Nash 5, Shuck 2, Kinder 15. ELWOOD GETS HOT PERU—The Elwood Panthers got red hot here Friday night to out- by recruits from the A reserves and two freshman players, walloped the Richmond B team in the opener 50 to 34. Frosh star Danny Farrell was tops for the Berries with 12 points, hitting 4 of 7 from the field and 4 of 5 free tosses. Mike Huston, the other Freshman, , 1 Jouris 4, McDevitt 2..Delphi — Cripe 3, Landis 10, Wentzel 151 Halloway 9, Herr 7, Hallam 5, Slavens, Porter, Zook, Schock.. BOMBERS STRIKE FRANCOSVILLE — Brookston's Bombers nipped the Frfincesville Zebras 61-57 here Friday night. Francesville held a 12-D lead at the end of the first round but Brookston pulled on top 27-26 at intermission time. The Bombers moved away to a 46-41 third quarter margin before winning. Points to pace the winners while Tom Boehning and Paul Von Tobel tal- tree scoring Central Indiana Con ference ball game 90 to 69. Elwooc led at. all ..quarter poles 22-17, 46 to 33 and 62-45. Darrell McQuitty was top gunner for Elwood wit! 29 points and Dave Henn chippec best for Peru with 16 points. Elwood also captured the reserve team contest 33 to 31. Peru — Range 16, Westafer B, Cooke 6, Fechtman 11, King 4, Grandstaff 12, Mavrick 2,- Mcpherson, Carriger 8, Constable 2. Elwood-Small 9, Henn 17, McQuitty 29 Beasley 15, Morgan 9, Mit' Drake 2, Allen County Tourney Harian 51, Leo 50 New Have-n 66, Lafayette Central 59 Hoagland 59, Huntertown 58 Woodburn 63, Arcola 52 . Brookston 61, Francesville 57. Nappanee 64, Columbia City 45 Middlebury 56, Concord Twp. 45 New Paris 81, Syracuse 66 Bristol 54, Millersburg 49 Lawrenceburg 49, North Vernon 36 Aurora 50, Batesville 37 South Bend Washington 72, Mishawaka 61 Wabash 58, Plymouth 54 Hartford City 75, Warsaw 71 Brookston 61, Francesville 57 DeMotte 54, Morocco 43 North Judson 56, Knox ,37 Marshall County Tourney Tyner 60, Culver 47 LaPaz 66, Bourbon 50' Indpls. Shortridge 61, Indpls. Howe 48 Goodland 59, Kentland 41 Reynolds 45, Idaville 48 (overtime) Seymour 68, Martinsville 65 Austria's Skiers Sweep Into Lead KITZBUEHEL, Austria W— Austria's Alpine ski team—the pride of this small nation—dominated the downhill races of the International Hahnenkamm event Saturday although their top star, triple Olympic champion Toni Sailer, fell and finished in 22nd place. The amazing Austrians captured the top three places in the men's . downhill and the top two places injpmned Taylor Char- the various weight divisions. The championships were collected by Ronnie Hodge in the 120 pound class, Edgar Closson in 127 pounds, Paul Weiand in the 154 pound group, Stephen Folio in the 165 pound class and Danny Di- Genova in the 175 pound division. The results involving Berry grapplers were: 95 pounds—Sidney Bixler lost to Ryker of West Lafayette on a pin but pinned Martin, of Jeff •third place. 112 pounds—Mike Berndt decision to Wolliever of C fordsville but pinned Isaacson of West Lafayette for third place. 120 pounds — Ronnie "Junior has needed a sport coat every since school started and I just hated to spend the money. Saw Bailey's sale ad and stopped in there yesterday and am I glad I didl Got the most darling sport coat for only $6.88. Tommy has about outgrown his winter coat and found a most practical tweed Surcoat with a detachable Parka for $12.88. Yes, when Bailey's put on a Sale, they don't mess around about itl" the girls' downhill—an impressive showing in this dress rehearsal for the Alpine ski world championships at nearby Bad Gastein in Bud Werner, 21, ski ace from Steamboat Springs, Colo., a.gain proved the most dangerous rival of the Austrians. He placed fourth. Huntington 63, North Manchester 46 Marion County Tourney Southport 57, Franklin Twp. Ben Davis 66, Pike Twp. 42 North Central 56, Warren tral 51 Houer 1, Hughes 2. chipped in four points and some;ij et i 16 eac h for the losers. neat rebound work. Logan . led 17-9, 26-18 and 40-27 at the quarter poles. Summary: Logansport FG FT PF TP B. Jones 3 10 3 16 R. Jones ' 3036 Moss 1 0 2 2 Cart 7 8 1 22 Sweet 10 0 1 20 Gibson 002 Fiedler 211 Cuppy 101 Dickerson 0000 Totals 27 19 14 73 Richmond FG FT PF TP L. Satterfield 4 3 5 11 Flatley 5 3 2 13 Walker 4 3 5 11 Moore 5 0 4 10 Shook 11'4 2 26 Ramsey 00 0 0 Brookston: Gagnon 11, Johnson, Harner 6, Sutton IS, Williamson 2, Hiner 12, Weston 14. Francesville: Von Tobel 16, Gutwein 13, Robinson 8, Tanner 4, Boehning 16, Witt, Malphow. CRICKETS CHIRP BUFFALO—Deer Creek's Crickets nipped the Buffalo Bisons in a 0, hard fought ball game here Fri- 5! clay night 41-33 after leading at 2 j the quarters 8-7, 20-13 and 28-18. Ben Dillon tallied 18 and Emmett 31 CAMDEN RAPS FOWLER FOWLER—Camden's Red Devils came from behind in the second period and went on to defeat Fow-l ler's netters here Friday night 57 to 49. The victory was the ninth in a row for Camden and kept them in a tie with Royal Center for the Midwest conference lead. Camden trailed 9-7 at the quarter but went ahead 30-20 at the half and held a 41-36 margin going into the final period. Jerry Yerkes hit 20 points and Doug Groninger tallied 15 to pace the Red Devils. Michigan City 60, Elkhart 48 Vincennes 61, Jeffersonville 52 Lafayette 65, Indpls. Tech 63 Chesterton 43, Rensselaer 40 Paoli 52, Bedford'51 Sheridan 67, Tipton 46 and dccisioned Stevens of Jeff for first place. 127 pounds—Edgar Closson de .cis-ion Dawson of West Side pinned Nelson of Jeff for place. :33 pounds—Bob Berndt de- cisioned Hallett of West Side but lost to Perterman of Crawfords- and first Anderl Molterer, 26, who has!ville on a decisioned for been thirsting for victory after a place. second stretch of tough luck this season, won Saturday .by flashing down the 3,000-meter course, which has a drop of 800 meters in 2 minutes, 40.7 seconds. Two- other Austrians, Josl- Rieder and • Egon Zimmerman,, tied for second place with 2:42.8. Werner's time was. 2:43.9. Hilde Hofherr of Austria, won the girls' downhill in 2:32.1. Putzi Frandl, also of Austria, was timed in 2:33.5. Hilde and Putzi were second and third behind Annemarie Waser of Switzerland in the giant slalom, but the Swiss miss was only 13th Saturday. Linda Meyers of Bishop, Calif., was the best American entrant, capturing sixth place with 2:35.6. 145 pounds—Dan Ricci lost to Montgomery of West Side on a pin. for third place. 154 pounds—Paul Weiand pinned Feckard of - Crawfordsville. and pinned Silbert of Jeff for' first lace. • " 165 pounds—Stephen Folio pinned Chapman of Jeff and decisioned Morgan of Crawfordsville for first place. 175. pounds—Danny DiGenova pinned Bennett of Jeff for first piace. Sheridan 67, TIpwn » ]gal De ~ av€rs of w hitemarshi Pa ., Bloomington 52, Mitchell 51 Cov- /.... „ t . , „, Ben union tamed la ana &mmeu •""•- *;- , ™ n tp<:t Herr 14 to pace the Crickets. Buf- Fowler won the B team contest falo won the B game 38 to 20. Deer Creek Snavely 2, Dillon 18, Herr 14, Baler 7, Cohee, Packard. Buffalo' — Van" Meter 4, Price, W. Hunt, H,, Hunt 2, Westerhouse 6, Wooldridge 15, Boze 4, Heiny 2. Nerves On frfge- TRY BUSJAHtfS NERVE REMEDY Positive Results Non-Habit Forming LARGE BOTTLE $1.25 BUSJAHN'S DRUG STORE 308 - 4th Ph. 3774 ' BEES FLY BITftNETTSVILLE -, In a game which saw 56 fouls-called, the Burnettsville Bees stung Cutler's Wildcats 54-49 here Friday evening. ertime) South Bend Riley 40, La Porte 38 ' ^ • Camden 57, Fowler 49 Muncie Central 60 Anderson 58 Columbus 54, Indpls; Manual 39 Marion 75, New Castle.59 Converse 63, Mexico 40 Indpls Washington Wood 50 64, Indpls. Don Stpoud with 18' and sophomore Jim Ridenour with 11 lee the way for the winners' while Sheagley tallied for 20 to pace the Cutler squad. Burnettsvalle led H 9 at the first quarter stop but at half-time Cutler had taken a 2524 margin. Burnettsville came back to grab a 34-30 third period lead before winning. Thirty fouls were called against Cutler and 26 against the Bees. The Wildcats hit 23 of 39 from the foul line while BurnettsvUle hit only 22 of 47. Cutler took the first game 43-32. Cutler: Kelly, Beef 4, Bordner 26-23. Camden—Bieghler, Swayze 7, McCain 7, Yerkes 20, Groninger 15 Ringer 'B, Kestersor;, Hizer. Fowler—BUdreau 9, Barrett 4, Myers 55, Carmen 2, Reynolds 19, Starkey, Rosenbarger 2, Benner 2, Henderson 6. . LOGAN YMCA LOSES The Logansport YMCA Vikings lost to Lafayette, 39-30, Saturday afternoon in the first round of the YMCA state basketball tournament at LaPorte, The scoring was: Logansport—Maudlin, 11, Skelton 8, McCammon, 4; Schawitseh, 4; Levy, 2; Reid, 1; Lafayette— Winscott, 17; Blaum, 6; A. Sutherland,'5, Sandufur/4; B. Sutherland, 4; Shipp, 3. was ,ltOh. Her time was 2:37.3. I ITATI FAIM CAREFUL DRIVERS SAVE MONEY WITH STATE FARM MUTUAL'S "CARBPUL DRIVER INSURANCE" HARRY "BUD" WATTS 302 W. Market St. Phon« 4420 ItttWIANM Indpls. Park 36, Nashville 34 (2 overtimes) Scottsburg 67, Salem 61 French Lick 85, Orleans 59 Lewisville 64, Cambridge City. 54 Rushville 78, Greenfield 65' Kokomo 66, Frankfort 53 Shelbyville 56, Lebanon 48' Wolcott 62, Remington 53 Tarheels Snap Back into Winning Form CLEMSON, S. C. W) — Sixth- ranked North Carolina snapped its two-game losing streak Saturday with, a 9-81 Atlantic Coast Conference basketball victory over Clemson. The Tar Heels scored 8 of the game's 'last H points to win going away after the Igsing Tigers had three times pulled within striking distance.. Konrotfs Smashes More Swim Marks SYDNEY, Australia W) — John Konrads, the amazing young Latvian-born swimmer who now lives in Sydney, smashed more world records Saturday night when he won the 220-yard and 200-meter freestyle event -at the New South Wales championships in 2 minutes, 4.8 seconds.' The 15-year-old now has bettered six world freestyle records since last Saturday in the current state championships in the North Sydney 50-meter Olympic pool. The old 220 - yard mark was 2:05.8, set May 18, 1956 by .Gary Chapman of Australia. Dodgers Begin Plans for Baseball Seating LOS ANGELES (ffl — Walter O'Malley, his big problem of finding a playing field for the Dodgers settled, plunged Saturday into the task of making the huge Memorial Coliseum into a baseball park. Despite his obvious delight at having a 101,000-seat stadium at his disposal for' the next two years, O'Malley said he is aware that several fairly serious problems remain to be solved before the Dodgers meet the San Francisco Giants in Los Angeles' first major league baseball game April 18. O'Malley said the 'advance sales for boxes and reserved seats is already three times greater than in any season at the Dodger's tormer home in Brooklyn. RANGERS WIN CHICAGO MV-Andy Bathgafce's goal midway in the final period enabled the New York Rangers to defeat the Chicago Black Hawks, 3-2 in a televised National Hockey League game Saturday. Sounds good to me/ "For years, I've wanted a good leather jacket Yesterday when I was in Bailey's with Dad looking for a suit, Ed Bailey showed me the most adorable Ladies Suede Jacket I have ever seen! And whon Dad saw the price, $24.88 .,. he said,, 'Wrap it up, Ed.'" I I I I J Nixon Goes In For Eisenhower, Does OK DECATUR, 111. (ffi—lt was bound to happen at one of Eisenhower High School's basketball games. ' The public address-, system .in Eisenhower gymnasium at Decatur blared Friday night:. .• "Substitution for Eisenhower- Nixon." < Although Jerry Nixon, a sophomore member of the home team, did his best, Clinton High won the game 57-53. . '••'- Barry MacKayWins first 7 wo Matches SYDNEY Wl — Barry MacKay, slam-bang American find of the 1957 Davis Cup. challenge, won his two first round matches of the Australian national tennis tournament Saturday after only one hour's sleep. •'-MaeKay, 22, a 6-foot, 4-inch giant from Dayton, Ohio, spent from midnight to midday looking after his team mate, Ron Holmberg of Brooklyn,, stricken.-with acute appendicitis. Then MacKay,. having seen Holmberg s a f e 1-y through the emergency operation, raced to the courts where he quickly disposed of Waine Reid, an Australian with a service as .fierce-as his own, 6-2, 6-2,' 6-2, in singles. • After little more: than ai hour's rest he paired with Mike Green 'of Miami, to beat Australians Bar- Brake Special 2 Inspect, cUan and r«» pack front wb*«l bwt- ing*. 3 Imped bfofc* dtomfc m Chech and add brail* * a,,».i ti tr 5 Ad|u*t to ««cur* fall In Shakespeare's time, all wo- „ —, men's parts in plays" were taken fry Phillips-Moore and 'Bill Ed. ' __J c * a if) n x 4« AntiVtl^M by boys. ward 6-4, 6-3, 7-S, in STORES Dial 3923 3rd and M Rlvwr Av«. Now hear this I • • "Man oh man am I walking on air... went in to Bailey's to buy a work suit and wound up buying two! Had in mind getting a gabardine to work in, found it too, only $35 . ..and, having a yen •for tweeds, I tried on& on for size! For $39 I . couldn't pass it up! How about that, two suits for practically the p'rice of one!" I 1 I I I

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