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PAGE EIGHTEEN. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. ·FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1939. Courier Classified Advertisements For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9c cash; lOc charge. -CLASSIFIED AD RATES- Ads to Bo Run 3 Times: Per line, 7c cash; Sc charge. Special Yearly Rates Upon Request Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash; 7c charge. These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. There are five (5) "average words to each line. "Cards of Thanks," 50c Flat Rate. Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker Special--Your Ad Inserted "7" Times for the Price of Six!--|Specia/ No Ad. Is Taken for Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! ' Announcements In ttlemorlam PAGAX--In loving remembrance of our dear mother and grandmother, Mrs Anna Bates Pagan, who died two jean, ago today, January 27. 1937. Two years have passed since that sad day. "When one v\c loved was called away, ·Tls strange but true, I wonder wliy, The good arc always first to die One of the best whom God could lend. A losing mother and a faithful friend, A beautiful memory left behind In silence she suflercd, In patience she bore. 'Till God called her home To suffer no more. Sadly missed by children and grandchildren Personals MEN OLD AT 40!--Get pep New Ostrcx Tonic Tablets contain raw oyster Invigorates and other stimulants. One dose starts new pep Value ?100 Special price 89c Call, write Union Drug Co Business Service Business Service Offered 18 FISHERS UPHOLSTERY. AWNINGS. FURNITURE REPAIRS RECOVERINGS PHONE 0545 322 SO. PITTSBURG ST. GOOD. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -All kinds James R. LnUBhlln--INSUR- ANCE See me for rates 309 First National Bank Building Phone 920 Moving, Trucking. Storage Z5 FOR MOVING . . . PHONE 50. DULL'S TRANSFER CON \1LLSVILLE PA. "FOP. BEST SERVICEI- Modcrn Storage For Household Gocda. LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE--Moving. Miller s Transfer 153 East Crawford Avenue. Phone 183. Printing, Engraving. Binding 27 Strayed. Lost. Found 10 LOST--North Cottage Ave. between Fayette and Apple St. Thursday about noon. 1 Detroit Thermostat Expansion Valve Return to Svvan'i G E Appliance Store. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 LET US GIVE YOU AN E S T I M A T E ON YOUR PRINTING WORK I Hand' Bills!--Bindlnci--Calling Cardil BUI Heads!--Letter Heads! For Rent Cardsl--For Sale Cards I No Trespassing Sign* For Salel All Work Fully Guaranteed! A'J At Reasonable Rates! COJBIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 65. DAILY COURIER 8LDG. OR PHONE RESIDENCE, 01. WHILE THEY LAST! SEE US TODAY! 1929 Ford %-ton Pick-up Truck ... $25 1933 Ford 2-door Sedan for . $139 1930 Chevrolet Coach celling at $59 1935 Dodge Coupe., buy it for . ,, $295 1929 Ford Tudor Sedan, yours for . $40 TWO EXCELLENT BUYS IN LATE MODEL CARS! 1937 Pontlac Deluxe Coupe. 1937 Lincoln-Zephyr -4-door Sedan Just like new. We have on display on our Used Car Lot and on the second floor of our garage rice selection of late model used cars of Fords, Chevrolet and Plymouth. Step in today and look them over. Very Easy Terms Arranged 1 WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY. Your Ford Dealer, WEST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 407. Open Evenings] Open Sundays! SEE THEM TODAY! O-K. USED CARS INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET MASON MOTOR COMPANY 127 WEST APPLE STREET PHONE 105 Open Evenings 'till 9 o'clock. Open Sundays 'till 0 o'clock. LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 250 E. CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 1234. USED CARS! SEE OUR SELECTION! E. E VAN SCOY. INC, 259 E CRAWFORD AVE. PHONZ 243. YOUGH MOTOR COMPANY] GOOD USED CARS 321 SO. PITTSBURG ST. PHONE a. EXT3AVAGANCE and classified rcao- Ing cannot exist together. AN AD A DAY keeps hard times away, Inquire about our yearly rate. Professional Services 28 EXPERr TRUSS FITTING--Elastic Ilotl- cry and other surgical appliances. A. A. Clarke. PH. G. Druggist 323 North Pittsburg Street Phono 1S4. ' Employment Help Wanted--Female 32 WANTED--Experienced laundress. Apply Arlington Hotel. _ Help Wanted--Male and Female 34 RELIABLE MAN--Or woman To handle established grocery route In Connells- vlllv. Earnings should average $25 00 weekly. No capital or investment n quired Write The J. R. Watklns Company. Newark, New Jersey. Financial Need Money NEED CASH--In a hurry? We'll 'end you $300 or less on your signature Personal Finance Company. Phone Merchandise Articles tar Sale 51 FOR SALE--Child's bed, 12 In. electric fan, U H. P. motor air compressor Ping Pong table. Thos. 11. Ruse Owcnsdalc. Pa Buildings, Building Materials 51 PLASTER--Ana finish lime to suit youi needs Complete stock at all times Stone Work. Phone 1700. GET GOOD MONEY for your -ixtra household goods Put them on view through a classified Ad. Phone 12 or 1: for an nd-takcr. THERE IS a friendly cplrlt In Th' Courier Classified Department whlcl makes H b pleasure to use tills depart mcnt. For results, try our service. YOU KNOW WHAT you want and Courier Classified ad-taker can tell yoi how to go about getting It. Phono 12 o 13 EXCHANGE what you don't need lo what you do through a Classified ad here TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 14 "26 30 16 12 28 33 35 _ACROSS _ . ing spring loudly 2--Method 20--A moaning 22--Short watch 25--shade tree 4--Polite form sound chain 26--A fairy queen of address 22--A vessel tor 23--A town in 28--The sanda- to a lady liquids Belgium rac-trco ·w ... T . 2-1--Proclaim 30--Demuro d Answer lo previous puzzle 8-Typomeasuro 27 _ AnK «.,,,,,,,,, 10--lash 29--Incite 12--Labor 31--Crams 14--Manacles 32--Earth god- 16--A fluid dress* dcss ing for meat 33--Land measure 17--Lively 34--A river boat 18--Rcfcroo 33--Construct K O I P A DOWN 1--Malevolent low macaw 2--A lure 13--Chill 3--Paradise 1 l!i--Billow 4--Mire · 16--Extends 5--Withhold across 6--A love affair 19--Low, as a cow »--Malt bever- 20--Stocking ago support 11--Blue and yd- 21--A hot crujt- Copyntht, uis. H»s Futwci S H B E £ £ 0 O O M l J A M A A B Merchandise Real Estate for Sale Farm and Dairy Products 53 FARMERS LET US HELP yOU MAKE SOME MONEYI IIERES /iOW--You can find r, market, Cor your farm products, your farm implements, your dairy products, your live stock and household Goods by running a small Inexpensive ad In our Classified Section. Tttcro you will find many people who want to become your customer or buyer The rural circulation of The Dally Courier covers · larco area and your advertisement will be read by many n-cplu who arc loc!:!.-« tor just tho things you have {OT sale. NOTE* All classified ads arc payable In advance You will find our rates in the above Classified Heading. FOR SALE--Six room homo with bath and lurnnce. Two Iota Falrvlcw Avenue. $2 200. Inquire Robert Norris. Phone 503. Fuel. Feed, Fcrtllliers IOOD LUMPY -- Run of mine coal, 100 bu . 8c delivered: 30 bu . 3c delivered. 25 bu , Uc delK crcd Cash Phone 2C37. Frank Koballa. ENTJINE--Washington Run Coal. Low price. Wm Dull Son Phone IDT or call Dawson. 3261 and 3631. OAL--Best Kradc 0-ft. coal. Prompt delivery for any amount. Gcritla Scliomer Phone 1091. Household Goods 59 FOR SALE--Coal ranges $1COO and up, living room suites. $1500 and up. \iash- InK machines, $15 00 and up. guaranteed: radios, electric, ¥5.00 *and up, pianos, $10 00 and up. 'Also blf; bargains in other furniture DULL'S STORAGE 22 EAST PEACH ST. PHONE 50. II-CHADE--SLIGHTLY USFJ3 DINING KOOM, LIVING ROOM, BEDROOM SUITES, YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE' JERVIS FURNITURE CO. PHONE 2020. Wanted--To DDT 66 SAVE YOUH BIG WHITE HAGSI THEN BRING THEM TO THE COURIER OFFICE . . . WILL PAY YOU U CASH FOR ALL THAT YOU BRING IN ... AT 5o PER POUND. Houses for Sale 84 IOUSTON AVENUE. 216 -- Six room frame house with bath, in the very best of condition Immediate possession Priced to Kelt at $1,500. Inquire, Paul Wagoner. 1009 West Crawford Avenue Phone 148 Auctions--Legals Notices 91 NOTICE. SEALED BIDS WILL BE RECEIVLD at the olllcc of the City Clerk until 5 00 o'clocK P. M. EST, Monday. February 13th, J929. for the purchase of TV.O Hundred Thou and (More or L~ss) wire cut lug paving brick for Fatrvlcw Avenue nnd various other City street, 1 ! City Council reserves the right to reject any or all bids CITY OF CONNELLSVILLE, P. II. Bclghley, Purchasing Agent. Jan-20-27-fcb-3 PAR AMOUNTS CLINCH CAGE LEAGUE FLAG Continued from Page Sixteen. Score by quarters: Noith End 2 4 S 4--10 Streamliners 5 7 « 6--21 Rcfeioc--Bill Hyntt. Umpire--Paul Echard. Willow Inn Mongcll, I Marr, f -- Laughcrty, s Wolfe, K Albert, g _ Pretrone, I _. 4 __ 3 . 0 _ 0 rts. 4 4 ToUls H 2 24 Non-'corm? substitute--Shives. St. Rita Jrs. G F Pis. Swallop, £ 1 0 2 Vcrnava, t 2 0 4 Scruiyer, c 1 0 2 Cori..!^. K 0 0 0 .cacchi, 0 0 0 Totals - - - · * 0 8 Non-scoring substitutes--Y/hipkcy, Dclligatti. Score by quarters: Willow I n n 4 4 6 10--24 St. Rita Jrs. . 2 2 0 4-- a Referee--Bill Hyatt. Umpire--Paul Echard. Rooms and Board Rooms (or nenseEe«plnc 69 FOR RENT--Three furnished rooms, bath, all conveniences. 121C Chestnut Street. Pnonc 287-W. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Plata 74 FOR RENT--An apartment, Smutz Building. 715 Crawford Avc. West Side. Real Estate for Sale Brokers In Real Estate PROPERTIES. COR SALE OR RENTI T. C. PHALIN. SO CONNELLSVILLE PA. PHONE 875. Farms and Land for Sale S3 FOR SALE--168 ACRE FARM--2 miles from City, large barn, house in best of condition, hardwood floora. bath and basement. DUNBAR--Three properties, consisting of 2-four room apartments, six reo-n house, store room and shop 2,500. WM P McHULTY. EA-3LES BUILDING PHONE 1700. FOR SALE--18 acre farm neai Ml. Vcr- non Park House, barn, chfccn ho ne. good viatcr. electricity. Mrs. Turlc Bowser. Houses for Sale FOR SALE 1--FOR SALE! SMALL AND LARGE HOUSES--Located In Conncllsvillc. Scottdalc, Evcrson, Mt. Pleasant and rural sections of Faycttc County Sold on small down payments, balance on monthly installments, 5 to 15 years to pay. Only 5%, interest, no finance chirge. If Interested, kindly write, phone or call in perron. FAYETTE REALTY COMPANY, 405 SECOND NATL. B\NK BLDG. T. D. GARDNER. MGR PHONE 137J CONNELLSVILLE. PA WHEN YOU HAVE something which you would like to sell just call, 12 or 13 for o Classified ad-taker Your ad on this page will surely catch the eyes of Inter, cstid buyers OUR CLASSIFIED SERVICE Is as near as \our phone Just call 12 or 13 and your needs will soon bo met without any further trouble on your part A FEW MINUTES spent In looking over the classified ads each day will save you many hours and dollars In getting just what you want EACH OF these ad;, brings together two people-advertiser and reader--for their mutual benefit and satls^ction. ITS HARD to find fault with the Classified Section because you car find practically everything else you need DONT v,a-te time wishing--look over the classified ads and see how eabily jou can get what you want PHONE 12 or 13 for an Ad-taker. St. Rita Swallop, I Carbonara, I _._ Dolligatti, c - Paladora, g Mongclluzzo, s Totals - _ Giernviood Willard, f Corrado, i .. _ Ellcnbctger, c Hooper, K Becman, g Fcrcns, f G ..1 . 1 . 3 ..0 . 1 . 6 G - 2 . 4 . 2 , 3 . 4 .1 16 F Pis. 0 2 0 2 0 6 0 0 0 2 0 12 F Pts. 0 4 (t 8 Totals -_ _. Score by quarters: S t . Rita . . 2 0 4 C--12 Creemvood 4 8 10 10--32 Referee--Bll Hyatt. Umpie--Paul Echard. Paramount Conway, f . Wagner, f _ Brown, c .., Kline, ff Robinson, g Murphy, t Totals P. L. Dairy Tikoy, t Smidtke, f Hasson, c DcBolt, g Banko, g Sanson, g c, _ 0 0 .- 6 2 _- 1 1 . 10 G _ 2 0 _ 2 . 0 _ 0 . 2 F Pts. 0 0 0 0 0 12 1 21 F Pis. Totals G Score by quarters: Paramoimts 4 4 7 6--21 Pleasant Level 3 4 4 4--15 Referee--Bill Hyatt. Umpire--Uei tynell. Lciscnrinc; B. Howe, f Zavachan, f Commsky, c Hess, K C Houe, g G 2 3 . 4 - ... 1 F Pts. Totals 12 2 26 Non-scoring substitutes--Cochick, Badovick Da-wson G T Pis. Nnschcse, f . . 7 2 16 Dihvorlh, f o 3 3 Laughrcy. c _ . _. 7 1 ''S Logan, g .. 3 i 7 Bittner, g . . . . 1 3 5 Totals 18 10 46 Scoic by quarters' Lcisennng 8 10 2 G--26 Dawson 11 C 15 14--46 Referee--Paul Echard. Double Talk Ahead. Confusion ib inevitable on the Dallas, Texns, buscball team this ear now that the club has acquired two outfielders named Hal Lee. ^M.E.CORNE CHAPTER THIRTY-FOUR M I S S H E N R I E T T A WIL- LOUGHSTON urcpt Into the Inquiring; room. "I've been waiting and waiting;," she whispered, advancing ·with outstretched arms. "Waiting and waiting!" "I'm sorry you had to wait!" In the sudden hush that came upon us, Ellis' tone was like a giant explosion. "What was It you wanted?" "Sh! She wheeled ahout and Up- toed to the door. "They're spying on me," the said softly and cocked her head in a listening attitude. "Who?" Tho chief looked uneasy. "Who's spying?" "Sh!" she hissed again. "They know I know!" "They do? Who?" She nodded Her '-yes were aw. (ul. They gllttcrcr! "I can't tell you! You can't main* me tell!" "What Is this?" Ellis sent a si lent S. O. S to Melntyre. The Chi cago detective gazed serenely at the celling. "/ r.y questions, Mclntyrc ?" Ellis shot at him. "I think not" "'ac shook his head. "Do you know?" demanded Miss Henrietta, turning to him. "Do you?" "Perhaps " ·Some" one told you!" she Bcrcamcd accusingly, and moved clOEer to Vim. ' No," J/lac denied, "I guessed.' i She cackled gleefully. "Guessed 'You could never guess! Not In a onillion years'" 1 "Someone is In great danger!' Me spoke lowly and stared intent- |ly into her eyes. "Danger!" Tho laughter closed Jin her throat. She looked fright j?ned. She whimpered: "No!" "Yes." He rose and towercc iabove her. "There will be blood (spilled--" For a second I thought a mlracli \vns going to take plice. The mad 31CS3 loft the old lady's eyes. San ity, bright and clear, shone from 1hom. I leaned forward, gripping ,the sides of my chair. Then, quick ly, as It had come, the brlghtncs ifaded. 5 "Vengeance K mine!" sir icroakcd. "So sayelh our Lord! Th twages of sin Is death'" i "Her dc.ith ? ' asked Mac. "Hers |too?" But Miss Henrietta was n Uongcr capable of reason. Her Up pnovcd ceaselessly, saying nothing She was praying as she left th ;room. "Well, that's the last of them! [Ellis said when she had gone. H Iwlped his perspiring brow. , "What about tho servants? IPhll reminded him. "Gh c me a breathing spell, man [I'll get to the help before long. An u hope to Heaven they talk mor {than their masters!" "How can people talk when yoi ·don't ask them anything?" I fire at him. "Now, Elsie--" spoke up Mac. "You, too!" I flared. "You d nothing but talk In riddles!" "Kiddles have answers." "Pooh!" I was too tired to thlni up n wise-crack. "Pooh!" He said si )wly: "Ellis could chow "You can't make me tell!" you something that has an answer. But you wouldn't like it. "Try me!" He repeated: "You wouldn't Uke It!" 'I can tike It!" I assured him fllpplngly. "You've found something?" Phil was eager. "Yes " Ellis' hand emerged, like a study In slow motion, from hly pocket. His fingers were wrapped about a crumpled sheet of yellow paper. "Let Elsie read It," Mac said, and I smoothed the paper upon the table. It was a Western Union telegraph form, and it was filled In in pencil. "Well!" urged Phil. "Read it, Elsie!" "Read It aloud!" Phil was Impatient Don't stand there like a dummy!" "Yes, I'll read It," I said, and even to mjself my voice sounded queer and strained: " 'Lawnville, Ohio, March 3,1037. B. B Bccman, Park Hotel, Colum bus, Ohio. Will have money sure end of week--do nothing until you hear from me--' " I broke off. There was a lump in my throat that was the size of a walnut Phil nudged my elbow. "Go on! Who sent It!" But I couldn't go on. There was a buzzing In my brain. "Catch her, Benson!" Mac was shouting. Strong arms supported me. "Snap out of It, baby!" Phil was shaking me. I stared up at him. He seemed a thousand miles away. Then the buzzing stopped. "All right, now," I murmured. The telegram dangled limply from my nervlcss fingers. It fluttered to the floor. Phil made a dive for it "So!" he exclaimed, and at his note of jubilation my heart turned over in my breast "Young Richard, eh? And this Is the message h« sent for his sister!" Mac nodded. "That's it." Richard, Richard Withcrspoon! Tlie familiar sickening sensation attacked the pit of my stomach. "It can't be true!" I protested weakly. ·You don't want to defend a murderer, do you?" demanded Phil. His face was pale and moist with excitement I turned from him, unable to conceal my distaste. What did he care, I thought, with bitterness? What did he care that Richard was young and headstrong and In trouble? What did he caro for anything except to have his name in the papers beneath a story headed: MURDERER ARRESTED! "Leave the girl alone!" snapped Mac. "Can't you ice she's all in?" "All In?" Phil's astonishment was genuine. His eyes opened widely. He grinned, that little-boy grin of his, and dropped down at my feet "Sorry, Elsie," ho said huskily. "I guess I seem pretty heartless to you. The kld'll have a. chance to prove his innocence. Don't you worry." "He isn't guilty!" I Insisted, but my doubt must have been evident, for ho patted my knee several times and squeezed my hand tightly. "Who is this Bccman, Mac?" ha asked after a while. Ellis interrupted by clearinc; his throat ovcrloudly. "Bccman," ho explained, carefully looking over my head, "is known in certain cir- , cles as 'Fifty Per Cent B.' Ho Is one ot the crookcdest money lenders in this part of the country." Phil whistled. "I get it! Richard owed him money! And on the day ' of his mother's death he wires that he can pay--" "Don't!" I laid my hands on hl» lips. "Don't say it!" (To lie Continued) Stress esArmy'sNeeds Briffndicr General George C. Marshall, deputy chief of staff of tho U. S. Army, adjusts- his glasses as he testifies before the House Military Affairs Committee. He stressed the Army's need for planes and anti-aircraft equipment. Eire's Demands Irish Republicans,celebrating twentieth anniversary of the lush Declaration of Independence, demand that Free State borders (ariowa) be pushed northward to include Northern Ireland, which although it has its ov,n palliancnt still 13 a part of the United Kingdom. It is laiger than Connecticut by 300 square miles. Members of the outlawed Republican army arc blamed by Butish police for the recent series of bombings in England. Johnstown Pressed. Johnstown expciic-iccd diflicully in defeating Somcisct High to the tune of 29 to 21 in an exhibition basketball game at the loners' court. Caring For Aged No Longer Difficult Dr. Clendening Begins a Series of Articles on Special Treatment Essential for Those Grown Old By LOGAN CLENDENING. M. D. ] THE OTHER day a gentleman I came up to me at my club and said: ! "I've got a pick on you doctors. Why don't you ever do anything about tho treatment of old people? You just pvc us up, ^hcn we get to a certain age. You don't tell us what we ought to do, or how \\e ought tc live, or what we ought to cat--and there is no place for us to go to find out--you just give us up." "Well, now, wait a minute," I said. "Let's get the record straight. We don't give you up. In the first place, there is a specialty in medicine, known as Geriatrics. It is the study of old age, just as Pediatrics Dr. Clendening will answer questions of general interest only, and then only through his column. is the study of infancy and child hood. And there aro practitioners nho specialize in gcriatucs and have special hospitals for its treatment. Besides, why do you need it?" He said because he was sovcnty- two, although I can honestly (this time) say be doesn't look it, nor act it. He is .so active that he gives point to the doctrine that seventy isn't old any longer. Worst Time He isn't at all like that ether oicmber o£ my club, who m reply to the question of what the worst tea- turu of old ajrc was, said, "The time after four-thirty." When somebody asked did he mean four-thirty *in the afternoon or four-thirty in the rooming, he said: "Both. After four-thirty in the morning you can't get any sleep and after four-thuty m the afteinoon you cjn't Ucp awake. Or else in the oftcinoon there is a vacuum with not a darned thing to do until the movies open up," My friend isn't like that. He is just as active in business from four- thirtv. to six as he ever was. And he tells me that if he v.aki.3 up in the morpjng he starts in en h.s Spanish lesson so that he tan appreciate his projected South American trip. He tr cry much alive and up-to-date. ut he thinks some practical hy- pcnic advice would improve him. So m deference to his request, I will consult with the authonties on geriatrics and report in the' articles ihis wctk what their -wisdom is. Touching Lightly The picture of old a;rc is not an entrancing one, as I am beginning to realize personally ooly too well, and [ shall touch it up very lightly. One distinction should be pointed out. I am not now referring to middle age. The middle-aged arc worried about their high blood pressure, and their teeth, and their angina, and their hearts, and their hearing, and their varicose veins, and their golf games, anil the lack of love in their lives. Old age has got all over that. After the grand climacteric, which, occurs m men as well as women, arteries have calmed down, they arc not much liaolc to cardiac or cerebral accidents. They are used to glasses, and dental nlc^ctf, and arc rather glad they dun't hear as much as they once lid. They are used to barbers snipping bnstlcs out of their ears, and clucking sympathetically as they do so. They \io not expect to play oightccn holes of golf every day, and "Romeo and Juliet" stones don't appeal to them as being nearly as sad as a furnace breakdown or something wrong with the new icebox. Other Worries What they arc worried about is sleeping well, and itchy skin, and their bowels, and why prostates swell instead of shrinking like everything else, and coughing, and why they can't remember what hap- pened^ycsterday, and painful lumps m their fingers, and rough places on the skin. I know nobody likes to admit he is ngcd, but those are tho symptoms and that is what I want to write about this week. EDITOR S NOTL: he\cn p»rapW«U br Dr CIentniDj: can now be obuln«l br ·enumt: 10 cruta In coin, for each, »nd a tclf-addrciacd cnvc ope ·tamped with n three-cent BUmu to Dr I-oean CJcnden- ins. in ear* of this paper Thf pwnpWrt* arc ' Three WccU' Jtcduclnc Dirt". In- rticeillon »n J Con *tl pat Ion*. ' Rfdurins an.l Galiiinc" Infant rvalue**. ' In- ·trictlowt for Ihe TrcUmcnl of. Djibetc*'*. 1 hemfmne Hysknc" K tJ "The Care of th« ilair and hMn " Vitt Has Star Divers. Those who lil.c fine diving will cct their fill this winter watching Pitt'b pan, Captain Billy Brown and Dick Amcs( sophomore, poiforrn m Pitt's swimmms meets Biov,n is Eastern Collegiate Association title-holder, and PlGIl. is a former A. M. A. charn Hornet. You will find desirable nomes anc home ?Ucs udvcrtised In our classified columns.

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