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TIKE H PROS ^ IT/.f Fair Atifttui 31. MONDAY, AUGUST 20, lft?,t TllcyVe Sore. !0 Place TIGEflS BREF/E Gnides ^i«te GrMdera . • By Krenz! lo I'caluro ill I tollli' on By Hulled 1'i-iss Sl:iir Cum-sriiind.'ir . CHICAfiO Mil 1 ' • Th-- prize fool- hall battle ol llie year will (like ])lace al Roldli r Field the nielli of August. 31 v.-hr-n llie rh1rii?n IVIMS. • profe'.-dreifii i-li:.lil|ilnii-.. lliei-l til? H uill Ix- ilu 1 flr.M ronicst of its kind eve:- slu-.'i-.l, hint piomiM'S to draw ihe l:in>'-.'•I erirtvtt iliui hn.s wen a fix)tb:ill mum: in Chicago since Iho Smilheni Cahfornln- Kolre llame iMine in ItiiH. The M rolli'iii' pliiynx nil fc-n- Inrs, \\-r-ro picked in a nation-wide poll. In which IGfi.OOO persona voted. Kd Krauw. Nmre name's 220-]X>mirl tackle, polled (ti.VM voles, more limn am 1 nthr-r phiyer. j Ki/i'r ("ria<-l>fs Ciitli'Kliins j Tlie collosc «finii(l, which slimed I IrainhV! AIIR. !.'> at nyc-lie Stndl- | inn. NoitluveMcrn, is under the I •liiwlton of Nobic Klzev. Pi;nhie coarli and former I'imrd on Noire name's Ifi'U -Turn- norsenien" It-am. Ki/'-r Im.-. lllt-l: Hanley, 'Noi-lliwrali-rn. mi:! 'lob V.uppke. Illinois, for 111;. :i:-.*lants. Kiwi was H-leelerl In rn.»-li the icain In a iiaiion-wliU- nail .In which (jlV.OWl iiersons voted. The idea for the came I-HIIII- -from Arch Ward, siwrts eiliior of llic Chicago Tribune, u-lneli Is ppojisciring the rnnlf-At. All proceeds from the game will be donate (Ho charily. H was Ward who two years aso originated Ihe all-slnr major leacue game, nnil persuaded William 1Iimlrlp« anil John fleydlrr. Ihe iwo Irasue pvcsideni.s, lo sanrlion Detroit Wins ! wo GanH:s; j Itofls FOITO Giants to Limit. I Although niulili in both i-iids of a iloiihlc-hrathT, ilu- league I i leading Detroit Tigers *on Uo ; games from the Jinsion fed gosj Siinilay, il v> 0. mid 4 to n, !«•(on- :t puld ailendiinee of WSK, llie lari;c>:l American k-umie. crnwtl | in Hostou's baseball hlslory. | "I.efly" Glove Mart?d for Bosion , In the first utinie bid WHS I'fttleii! from the txix In llu- fifth Inning by u flve.-run ntlfick. Iliilllnni support- by Owen nnd aehrliwe.r, uml liu:' liBillnii of cirrrnberg hi ihc pln- rhcs. hel|>ecl Auker -,sln the second name. The Yankees' colleglni: pitchers. Johnny Murphy imd Johnny Bro) lira, hurled the Yanks to a double • vid/iry over llie SI. l.ouls Drowns, ! n io 3 and '2 io I, before n Sunday, crowd of M.159. SI, Louis error.-; helped' llic Yank.s along In lhc MrM i^mie and Murphy hud an easy lime winning his llilll victory nf !lu- yi-iir. l>spilc Ihe- iiliSenrr frcnn llii' lineup of Jimmy fasx. who wiis Injured d'.iihu; bat thin pi-.ifllce, Up Alhleiir-s- lioumvil Ihe Cleveland IniiiiiiLS, 'U lo 5. •J'hn Seii&lOr'.s new House, of David mmihdsmaii wenL lo (he .showers today on his inllial appearance and Chicago beal Wnsu- iiijjion. 9 lo 8. Hut [he pink- whiskered Allen RciiKon was nol the losing piichcr. McColl. who Finishing second is n habil to Ihe xuorl figures nbove. Upper! 1rn "' rl P (1 . l .° > lls rellcf •" lhc ci fil»l'- lelt Ls Paul Derringer. Cluclnnall Reds' pitcher who laH '^ f°>'»" ^»= Scnntors still leading :a " " '"'". mid who Mill is losing Mil!; season; ii])i>er rluhi.j The Griiriih manasemenl c-vcn I K An arjtunieui has lonii riiKe.il •'tnnons fiKitliriil Inns us lo llic merits of profe.^k.nal foolliall [^ cmnTOi'etl to the wHr;e. vnvlely. MiKt college cn.iMir 1 ; believe Ilial n siroun. well-co.iohul rolle;:e leain could hnlil Us own wilh tiny pro- fe.tiomil learn. p.-nfOMlounl pldv- eiy, eoaelies nnil fan.s \vlm \jrefi-v the Sunday wmii 1 -.,» thinl; thai the lleni-s will niovv- ihfd Ihe col- [ lezians are no niati-h for lhc pros. | Many indlvtilucil Riars The pfi1lr>Rc siiinid cerlalnly linn enouBh liifllvlilufil :-4:tir. nnd It. F.cems lo he a cinesllnn SM lo whether KJzer i\ml his iif.slslaiil-^ 'rnn whip iluv team into u mill within Uvo weeks lime. MOM ot the colleee players repm-trd in i;ood conillllon, and fcem lo have n slight cdi^f on ilu- puxs \klui puili- nbly will round lulu sliap. 1 more slowly heenu'ie of rlii-lr added r 'ri\e eomjiliti- roilrjie 5^|nnil fol- Kntls — Sklaclany, Pittsburuh, Suiill'i, U. nf Wiir.liinriton; Cnnri- Hiis. St. Mail's; Mannke. Norlh- we.<.!n-n; Ollliiian. Obio Sl:i!e. Tnfkles —Kraiw. Noire n.imn; .:ilTnon. brilliant younj Denver i;olf pro who bus llie verce of ';realness :ill vein 1 , bin who lias l>een 'word to Hie press box—but! M'l-ond ..i!u> laix- keeps his eyr I luiii I he Waller Ihiiten Ojt (.lone Veiiyke. Peim inller whu open I In, nlwfly.s run.', liehlnd ellher <-(iiH'tPiitlvl :lf ' cl ' lhc tyclnne -slinek in ,,.;„ „,„;. | tlftlilh— llini nil ulonij licawn ulier a bee stlni 1 . liorhesler, W. Y.; in Giinnhi|;hn ..... r hill llonlhrnii, and Ix-lnu- K l)jsi-o«-ry. wnn linklii-.s Ik-hind llli:h fjnwt or Oiivulcaili: In lurf t-iuilesls. nmel. Oregon K l-lngf-r. Kalians: IliK.-n Stnir-; Crnwionl. Duke. Ciillfnrniri Jones. Itidlaiiii: Smie; llupk Chicrif-o. ' Gal .Si)iiili!>rii| lowti; ns, ,Oli.ln . Aliiti^ni:i; Mnuvlkjs. ! • ' , Mlphl:<iin: Ooiman. Nnii'f n.inm: Viieliintfli. Ohio SJ^ie; KiiiPf.i'i 1 . M:iri|U!-11i'. Cjunnsi'liiiel:-! I.-I'AS. Iowa: rnr- doivtir-r. : I'jn-ilile: Cirhliili. Hontli- . ern Cftllfovnia: Monlucjinerv. Co- liiiKbla; Masterson. Kelirnskn. TloKbaeks-Uikah. Nolvc D.ime: Feathers. Tennc-^en; Evcrhnrdtis. Miclilemi; Crnmer. Ohio Slnte: Ketaslian, PlitslinrBh: Cook. Illinois; ' Dnnowskl. Pnrdliam. Ora- liom. Kiiiii-.'i.s Slate. POSITION' Set-oli Fif-ld son- RAM* AM.-STAII NAMI: had hll.slered fihorl Rhorl. U-li Y.. In r\iil.ilulii( La-inn-, fur sflr.llnii mii-u lullnl. CITY and STATK : Malt in Courlrr News, niyfhrvlllr, Ark. been i-hiinklm,' wllh finger. "Cliiirlf-y nrr-ssen Hay" al Ihe local bull yard meiinl.' only mini her IGM. ijiiino 10 lhc Clncln- niiii licds us the new manager lorimilly \viis ivelcnined lo ihe irliy. his learn Insl io ihe New York (Hums, ii lo 4, In nn II iu- nlnt; r,mie.-ii. Up lo iiu> niiilh fiaine. II w:is plk-lilni: duel belwccn I'nul Sclni- macher. who lias defei.ied lhc Keds II slinli;hl Ilium, and hus yot :o Miflc-r def.-ni liy liir-m. and Benny Prey. Tho CliicaRO Cubs rut half a i;unie oir llu- lead of the Neyv York Olnnls yeslerdav by winning; n 'doiiblr-iii-ndi-r from Ihe I'hllndelplila " I'hlllle.-;. Tl .•coi-i-fi wer.» :i io l-'iiml ^ in J. The filiuiLs. ih,» Cnlw. UK- Cfli-tls and Hie Hrmw. art-n'l llie mi lenms taking iln- \vlnil- oal of it I'milc.v sails ihe.w summer clays. llr-hind J-liil jiiU'liln}! of l(:iy IX-tH'.f-. the Hrooklyn »ixl:',nr:; hiini- bli-rl Ihe Imys from l''iil.-:liiui:h. 'J I" I. i In- M-i-ond .Hiruiuhl vir- lory fur ihr- :.rrii-s nnd ih>' i-i^hili ,strn!yhl Ilit-y hnl'r lii-nli-,-i llu- [-,"rale: 1 .. ;-11 f:ir,hnal pfirher,-; for u ill i,,' il vlilnrv in III.' llrsl J-:IIIK-. ll.i-.ti n'.-i l!rj\vs nm |[iI.-i :ill :,lllii;lil lirlil- Id;: iwiuruiiiiii-e and droi>|H.I in.-- :eiT,ntl i : ami: in SI. I/iiik. a ID ]. Hniu,. run.-; by NU-dwInl: an,I Ciil- l!nf. llv- Litler'.s Hveiiiy-nlmh .il I In- :i-ii:oii. -.mil a ilnuhli- l:-i Wlul.- ln'inl run- llii; C;irdln:ii.s iin-n- llnee run.', in llu' ilrst liirilii/ r,i lilt MM-.OIKI rame. By Harry Gray son NEW YORK. — The "IninRiy" • team or Indlvldmil usimlly Is ihe U-sl lx:t in spurts. '1'he D<-it\ilv Timers aie iii« :a;e>,-. exampb. I Knthiuslaiui |Xi|« oui of n i-lnb combiE lulo the .-..veei.s of . i :ueL-r.--s for the first lime. It "is dllTiaill io engender as ranch spirit in un oiitfii. satluied v.-lth succeiB like the Yankees, ilw hiehesi. pair! ay- avion in ba.sebiill. Colonel Hupperl's men n-lc-il, bin the veterans among tnem find themselvc.s rimble to get. In there and claw as they have In llie imt. There are no new'ihrllL 1 ; in ihe dodge for most of ihe Yankees, \vhich is the principal reason why j they'll miss.one in ihe world .series • m October. Ruth. GehrlB, Lazzeri. nnd Combs arc rich men. Dickey Is well fixed linancially. and Cros- seiil. Chapman, Gomez, Ruffing. Allen. Byrd. Joryens. and Mac- Faydcn arc fully equipped wilh »orirtly goods. All of them have Ijfen in world series. Rnlh in 10, GchriR. Lazzeri, and Comb.s in four, and Dickey in lu-o. Sentimental Favorite Detroit will uc a soiitimental favorite over ihe Giants in ihe •world series, provided the Giants • r(-(>eat. which they shnutrl. ' There Ls no .longer much (pies- tion nliriiii. ihe American, League [.-ui'mdard bearer. How urc the Yan- jkecs (jniiiB lo vepsl a club thai ; repeatedly spots . -the opposition • anything from three runs lo nine : runs, and comes on to cop ihe Including the 35-year-old MnrU-! i ry, ihe lU-yeor-oIrt Ooslln, the IH-yrur-old Crnwder, ami Hie 31- or-old CiK'lirniif- mid Cii-hiinger, lr-:.s ilian M. You mil iniA'jti'io how the •>•>. ynu-old Ito'.vr- and Ihe -Ji-yf-tir-olil Cii-f-oiiljc-i-i! and mile:- Tlaer cub* ll.'.u-n when Oaslln and Marberry relaii- Imu- lln'ir salnrii-s Jumped AlKii ilu- WnMilngiDii elub wilh Ulllfll llli-y jilHyt-il Rl-M M-.,ln| n,,- lif-lglils in in:iki- liui-fcy liuriLi ^ '1'hi- dil.'.ll :unl dailllft iiiul :i,i,hl- iii>n i)t' yuiilli lias iiliiyi'ti u liii- p:in In ciiiiyliii- tin- Mr-lmii ( ,ni- fn alcij.L:, »nd h isn't likely to lu- ;oiiic-ni wiili u i>iu- year urn. With ihe bi-.st infield in ba*-- liall. ami tlui-e hnlii:inl yfiun^ jiiichers iiround wiioiu to build a staff, ihe Timers next si-ason should meet Con..li; Mack's demand of an oiil.sumlini; club. :ind niny KI) a deal ruriher. Tile vriu-rubK- leader of the AAAAA's says Ihat > elub nnubic lo duplicate a fl:in- vinnbig ix-rfiinnance has no rlitlii to IKI maiiein renown. lluilt for l-'ufun Cou^ui-sls Mickey Cochriino's learn is Imih for Uie future. Charley Gehrini;- the finest player in the tiiime KKlay, is at his ]>eak at :n. Hill Roycll is 30. the vastly improved \fnrvln O'.ven only 2ii. and Cirecn- :ei[j. "as related in the forf",-"inir. inly 'X. Schoolljoy Ro«'e appears ready io lake his place nmona lllasirluus Earl's Son Headed Hot Dog Munchers at Picnic KDMONTON. Alia. lUPl-When lln-y picnic 11) llii' Alf-flc. Mjiy d-i in ureal stylu. Tlie world's most norilicrly picnic vv:us held ri-ucully m Giimeron Buy. Gu-at lif-ar Late—In' oDser- :;"•;'* viitlon of rich mineral di.-.i-overie.si °' sl in the hike region. | A lied of airplanes hauled- in I iminimoih piles of weinrrs, IKII ! mmir-hers was Lord Dimcannon. son of Ihe Earl of lle.t",l>oroii[jh, Bovpninr-Kcnnral of Caiuda. do;-, bulls, milliard tups. ll,-:nli]i ;: i]i-.ll,l,-li| ? |i 1 nnd other llx-.i liii:-i|o;;' I'ark 'I'n-ttr r.imjWr's t'uritilise SAi;i' IiAKK CITY. Ulah illl')- •rhc Wfisatch national forest iieur here, will Ins made u cinii|)er.s' paradise williin Ihe iif-.vt- live years, service officials plan • to spend SIOO.Dflo a year e.slablishliv^ camp slles, inslullinji s.uulary systems, plnnllnrr nji '.streams nnd bki'.s wllh il.sh. ' , . New York probably will be ; .slight, choice in the wagering.how- jever. Everytliini; clw being equal j most gaoiblcrs prefer lo slick lo a 'champion until he is beaten, hard to plunk down your mone> agiiiust. a consistent outfit that plays the common sense baseball j r—- of Bill Terry's men behind pitch- ' ers like Hnbbell and Schumacher. Some also will figure that the Giants will have an advantage In having lx-en Ihrough one of Ihe u-j-iiiu fall tesis. hut I rtoubl Ihat !llii.s jih-es them an edge. I The fact thai only three of the - j Tigers. Coclnane, Goslin. and Mar- bcny—four now. with Crotvdcr— have tasted the glory in id gold thai come with first place in llic majors has had as much as anvlhint; else to do with llu: success of ihe Detroit entry. 1'irc- of Yliulli In Chili 'the nveriu:e !if/e ol ihe Ticr-rs. pitchers, iinj Tommy Bridges oiu- of llie iiMiesi curve ball huil,-r.s in the profession, is only 27. Klon Auker. 24 years of age i; leci 2 inciies in lieighi,. and srid- 1!)7 pound':, has slruck a slnii- out suid'j in recent, weeks. Dclroit has excellent minor Ifngiie connections and an aleii. fleet of scouts. Evrryhody connected with Frank J. Navin understands tho business. Proof of this is ihn practically every member- of this year's rampant array with the c.-iccplion of Cochrune Ooslin. Rogcll. Crowder. and Fis- c-hcr, was develojwd n-ithin ili,' Don't For ml Caudill's Agency Cawrul Inmrancf. r\innt r?fart f'nnrler New.i Wnnt Ails. Phonr 111 Al NlglU—Similay—Anyllmc l-'or Quick mul Dip^nrlatile Wrecker Service Phillips Motor'Co. . Tlie r.eaiv will llnc-up nhnost tlie same as they did for lhc championship fame wilh the New York Giants last senson. which they Von 23-21. The -startliiK linc- np that dny was: Ends. Hewitt, Michigan, and Karr. West Vir- Rlnia; Tackles. Lyintin, Nebraska, and MIISEO. Mllikin; Guards. Carl son. Oregon Stale, and Kopclm, Chattanooga: Center, Miller. Purdue; Quarterback. Uriinibaugh, Florida; Halfbacks, Molcsworth, Nfonaionth, and Ronzani. Marqncuc: Fullback. Nagurskl. Minne£01.1. ' The win- Ihe well MclaLs in n.se are said to from fntiijiie. for llie r-hampionship and wheiilplds duriiu; Ihis week Fulllucks — Si-iiK-i-. Nf-hrfiskailb' 1 knocked' nut Hmidawo his fnl-juer of ihnl- m'jteh'will play U Mikulak. Oregon; Ilecker. Purdue, '-wra (T'liii llii- cinnii and Nrvada 'doubles li-:nu oi-Haven and Sew< "" ' veiil wild wllh Joy. j m Forrest Cily. •—' This is llie second year llurion' During lhc afternoon -there yas ias won Ihc championship ( and ! a mecling of ihe Nortlicastr~A>k-' he lowns|>cfl|ile of Nevadu and'ansas TennL'; toiirnamenl held' ai' : he bny.-i of Camp Clark are look- which time E. J. White of West ing forward to his rcuim nest Memphis was elected president and |T;lr - • jJack Fniley Robinson of Blylhe- villr was elected secretary and . -.li'casnrcr. Mr. While" will appoint . 1,1 .-dlreclor from cnch town who ,ivlll be res|H>nsiblc for the entries lfrom, nis respective town al the ""•." •;' nexi ycar'se/triiiiiiaincnt. SHOE SilOP Arrow llie Sivecl Worn Rosy Tlieolre High class shoe repairing with the latest type machinery auri finality material. We Arc As Xear Yon As Your Telephone Free call for & delivery servi,-c FIIONE 120 Van) Hargrove - 11. It. Camplirll Youi New FALL SUIT Is Here Last Time Today Mat. Nil* 7:!. r >. Ui-Swinf/ Models X/iort Stylea Double Breasted Krcdffted Don .Burton Is Aijain Champ Of Guard Pugilist Robinson and Kcnclrick Upset Favored Doubles Combination. NEVADA. Mo.—Don Burton, for- mcrlv ol Blylhevllle. won the wcl- tci weight boxlnfi championship of tho Missouri National Guard, by knpcklne out Private Randazzo. Co. C, 138th Inf.. St. Louis, in the third round of a scheduled three rotmfi fight. In the first bo-.it for elimination. Burton knocked out Private Lon? ot Joplln In a sensatlona' foil slugfe^t In lhc first round and von himself a large following by Ills las'. lootvnvrfc mirt hrirrl leii Burton, member of the Slkcston company, aJso knocked out Prl- viue Miller of Kansas City, in the second elimination bout, wllh a E»iics of le!t hooi» in the f^cond rciir.cl when Miller dropped for the count. Burton, wts th* hesv-y favorite Another upset, in the North- j 'nsi Arkansas tennis tournament i vas rcRistered yesterday al Mark- ; •d Tree when Jack Finley Rob- : in.son of Blylhevllle and Be* i Kendricl: of Osccola beat the fn- vorcd team ot Hie tournament, Don Murray and A. G. Paiteson ' ol Jonesboro. advancing to the finnls. Tho score. 0-3. (!•<, 6-3. Others od\ar,ccrt aceordinj to i>re- dicllon. 1'ikins Crawford advanced lo the finals in the .singles division by defcaling Ix-Iiy liixler in n match which wns much closer ihan the sr.nre indicated. Score G-0. B-fi, fl-4. Jfirk rcoblason Ixal Bob Perry of Marion hi two mil ot three sets lo challenge Marshall Apple in Ihe semi-finals. Apple had RoMnsun two sets lo none wlxm lhc match hfil io lie CBlled on account of dnrtaveis. \Vhite-Ber- ry and Blxler-Mohtgomery doti- )ilr.',.rnatcli will h* played In Mem- 3T WONT BE LONG NOW! The One Big Event of The South September 3-8 — Memphis MID-SOUTH FAIR With Flags Flying, Bandi Ploying, Everyone Out On a Holidjj, Viewing Exhibits Gathered From Every\,here, PrciTnting for Your Enjoyment the Greatest ot A!l Entertainment Features — The Western The new style trends r»s in- ternrelcd hi/ Merit and Tiineli, CMhea . . . Quality fabric, custom dctail- od (niloring, correct tailoring, choicest pal terns mid colors, more rtnll:ir fnr (inllar value. 19 75 t» '45 PREP SUITS PARTIC[F>AT£D IN BY CHAMPIONS OF THE RODEO WORLD 6—Days and Nights—6 OF ROY>L ENTERTAINMENT INCLUDING THE CROWNING OF THE Queen of the Mid-South, Mon. Kite, Sep. 3 ALL ROADS LEAD TO MEMPHIS September 3 to 8 Styles tlint \vill click i mediately wilh (lie sclinnl or college . . . lirnntiful new p:d- li'nis ;iiut I'ulors. 22 .50 WILI, liOCEKS ill HANDY ANDY' l':tr finnl Ni-ivs Tli'nn(liv';n Itn-vilv "Dnrlir l-!rieniv" ivilti (icrlrliilc Tuesday - Weds. DOBBS HATS Emerson Hats $g $0.50 $0.95 R. D. 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