The Evening Review from East Liverpool, Ohio on December 6, 1943 · Page 9
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Sf)orting Angle ||£ásí Liverpool Stars Dominate *43 All-County By BOB SHAFfSR pROr.ABLY one of the greatest I athletic honors ever to be bestowed upon a district athlete came last week when the United Press named one of Chester’s greatest athlete«. Herb Coleman of Notre Dame, at the center position on the second All-American team. Although the United Press doeeut’ carry the ‘‘official” stamp. Coleman's selection as the second best snapperbacker In the nation’s colleges doej prove the caliber of I ball the former Purple and Gold' star has been playing for the national champion Fighting Irish eleven this fall. Only, a Junior. Colejnan played his second season as a member of the South Bend varaity, Ua*t year as a sophomore he saw considerable service which be<amo Invaluable to him during the 1943 grind. A backfleld star while an undergraduate at Chester High. Colemarr was converted to a lineman on znatrleulating at South Bend and captured the first string center post on the Irish Yearling eleven. He’s been an Immovable force at hi® regulax berth this year, starting all games for the Irish, His latest honor as an athlete is richly deserved. With another season ahead, Coleman looms large on the list as a first etrlnger for AlbAmerlca honors next year—^If Uncle Sam doesnH Interrupt his progress. Seven Potters Named As Wells ville, Salem Land 2 EachOnTeam Six Seniors, Four Juniors, One Sophomore Are Chosen For Coveted Awards By Coaches, Sports Writers; Second Eleven, Honorable Mentions Listed 1943 All-County Team Pos. PUy«rt School Age LE Walt Brian, Salem ................... 17 LT....Qeorge Rusio, Kaet Liverpool .. 17 LO—Robert Beresford, Welliville ... 17 C —Richard Smith, East Liverpool .. 17 RO—William Oooper, East Liverpool .. 17 RT—Sam Winten, East Liverpool .. 16 RE Olarence Torrence, East Liverpool 17 Donald “Shot” Bennett, former East tlverpool cage star, has been appointed captain of the Westminster college quintet for the 194344 eeaaoQ. ' Only a aophomore, Bennett played varsity ball with the Titans last season as a first year man, and this year he 1» the only veteran on the «quad. With his cool-head- ednese and knowledge of the game he’ll make the Titans a model leader. QB—John Boll, East Liverpool LH—Orofff Arbau^h, WelUvUle RH—Frank Entriken, Salem ... FB — Henry Pack, East Liverpool 18 17 17 16 Wt. 166 200 160 166 166 200 140 180 160 160 160 Year Junior Senior Junior Senior Senior Junior Senior Jtnior Senior Senior Soph. Herb Coleman Named Center On U.P. 2nd AllrAmerican Eleven Herb Coleman, former Chester athlete and regular center on the national champion Notre Dame eleven during the last season, has been named at that post on the second All-American team by the United Press. Coleman, who played the back- ficld while In high school, was shifted to the line after enrolling at the South Bend college and played at center on the Irish Plebe eleven in 1941. He was service on the varsity at the pivot position as a sophomore and this season captured the first string berth. Five teammates won first string berths on the U. P. selections. FIRST TEAM Name School John Yonakor, Notre Itama .lames White, Notre Dame ■Mex .\gase, Purdue Caslmir Myslinskl, Army Patrick Filley, Notre Dame Donald Whltemire, Navy Ralph Heywood, So. Calif. Q.B. Angelo Bertllli, Notre Dame If.B. Tony Butkovlch. Purdue H.B, William Daley, Michigan F.B. Creighton Miller. Notre Dame SECOND TEAM Name School Robert fiautt, Duke Merv'ln Pregulman, Michigan John Steber. Georgia Tech. Herbert Coleman. Notre Dame John Jaffurs. Penn State Arthur McCaffray, Col, Pacific Pete Plhos. Indiana Q.B. Robert Odell. Pennsylvania H.B. Otto Graham. Northwestern H.B. Harold Hamberg; Navy F.B. Eddie Prokob, Georgia Tech SECOND TEAM ENDS—Lewla Tyconlevlch (East Liverpool), Wayne Lip« (Columbiana). TACKLES—'Ru«« Carter (Wtllavllle), Dan P«t«r«en (Eaat Palestine). GUARDS—John Plegge (Salem), Don Doufihty (East Liverpool), CENTER—Albert Cheokler (Wellsvilte). SACKS—Jamea Roberta (Sailnavilta), Robert Ward (Eaat Llver^ pool), Anthony Dominic (Leetonia), Richard Qrtono (Salom), Marry Jaokaon (Eaat Liverpool). HONORABLE MENTION ENDS—DaSenaa (Waltavllla), Donovan (Eaat Liverpool), Lannoy (Salem), Nolan (Eaat Paloatine), Hart (Salinoviiie), Mancuao (Loo- tonia). TACKLES—Jullano (Salem), Abdella (WeHovlllt), Quitafaaon (Columbiana), Driacoll (Lootonia). GUARDS—Boll (Columbiana), Britton (Bast Palaatina), Cain (Salem). CENTERS—Gallo (Lisbon), Kupka (Salem), Bernard (Leetonia), Boehm (SallnevUle). BACKS—Maley (Wellavllle), Brown (Wellavllla), Wlae (Salem), Duco (Leetonia), Qorby (East Palestine), Newell (Columbiana), Tor- ranoa (East Palestine), Mullen (Llabon), MoGraw (last Llvarpooi), C. Means (East Liverpool), C. Wintera (East Liverpool), Evans (Columbiana). GIANTS' 'JINX' HOLDS, SHADE REDSKIN PRDS PAGE NINE EAST LIVERPOOL, OHIO, MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1943. PAGE NINE Potters Trim Leetsdale Five In Clinic Tilt, 46-33 Cox-Landis Hearing Provides Must Reading For Hot Stovers Former Phillies Owner's Appeal To Be Cleared Of Charge He Bet On Games is Denied By High Commissioner By TED MBIER Associated Prase Eporta Writer NEW YORK, Deo. 6— Muet raadint for Hot Btova leacue fans this winter la the teatlmooy at tho William D. Cox hearing here Saturday before Baseball Commissioner Kenesaw M. Landis at which Cox, former president of the Phillies, sought without success to be cleared of the change he bet on ball games. The testimony brought out many hitherto uodlscloaed details in — -----------------------------------»the turbulent 1943 career of the 34-year-old New Yorker who pur Potter, Bengal Fetes Tuesday The superiority of the East Liverpool Potters, undisputed football champions of Columbiana county. Is clearly reflected in the 1943 All- County team selected today by coaches and sports writers. Smacking down their two most bitter rivals—Wellsville and Salem —by large scores, the Ceramists placed seven on the mythical all-star eleven. The Bengals. who were de- Pos. K. T. G. C. G. T. E. Poa, K. T. G. C. G. T. E. Basketball Games This Week Tuesday Salem at Ravenna. Columbiana at Fairfield. .\ugu8ta at Salinevllle. Irondale at Bmithfleld. Friday Wellavllle at Chester. Leetonia at Lisbon, East Palestine at Fairfield. Salinevllle at Minerva. Irondale at Berghols. Saturday Monaca at East Liverpool. Columbiana at ^lem. feated, 27-0. by the Potters and the Salem Quakers, humbled. 26-6, by the Blue and WTbite powerhouse, landed two apiece on the first team. Six seniors, four juniors and one sophomore were chosen for the coveted positions by their coaches i who faced him. post, although AI Cheekier, second team center, gave the Potter star a run for the coveted award. Smith’s play against the best elevens encountered by the Potters was little abort of sensational. He was recommended highly by all and district writers who observed them in action throughout the season. The b<Mird has scrutinised the ability of every player and believes each has been given Just consideration. No Repeaters On Team The 1843 team has no repeater.-« from the 1942 eleven. However, Bill Cooper and Sam Winters of Bast Liverpool and Bob Beresford of Wellsville. all honored on the second team a Vear ago, drew positions for the first team this year. Bell. Pack Stand Out Behind that solid front, the Potters landed a pair of Negro boys who stood far above any in the county at their positions. Johnny Bell, the rock ’em and sock ’em type player, was chosen at quarterback. Besides being the outstanding defensive back in the county, be was one of the moat adept pas® snaggeri. Although; only a Junior, Bell has enlisted In' the marines and will be called any; ! day, I Squads To Be Honored With Many Features Planned Blast Liverpool and Wellsville High school football aquads will be honored Tuesday night when banquets are held in the respective cities. The Potters, who will hear Clark Shaughnesey, Pitt coach, will be feted at the Travelers hotel by the Junior Chamber of Commerce, while the Bengal« will be honored chased the Phillies last January and on Nov, 2S was banned from the game for life by Landis. Part Of 'tll-Advlaed Plan’ The reason, Cox teatirfied. that he stated to Landis on Nov. 3 and Nov. 6 and to Uie public in a radio broadcast Nov. 38 that he “made a few small and sentimental beta on my team to win” wa« because It was part of “an Ill-advised plan to play detective to smoke out a certain group of Philadelphians in the organisation about whom I was auApicious.” Locals ‘Jump Gun’ On Season In Easy Win The 1943-44 Eaat Uverpool High cage quintet jumping the gun on the “offlclar’ opening, toyed with a Leetadale five Saturday afternoon in the feature attraction of the Beaver Valley Athletic asfocl- atlon clinic at New Brighton and when the final chip« were counted the Potters had «cored an easy 46-10-33 triumph. Coach William “Bill” Uughlln "tinkered” with his lineup after the first few minutes of the game, using «very one of the 17 players he took to the Pennsylvania city. Laatadale Laada Early Leetsdale. with Mason setting the pace, jumped into a 4-to-3 lead at the outset, but the Potters surged to the front before the first period had ended and bald the advantage the remainder of the way. The Blue and White quintet, using Coach Laughlin'a words “looked Survey Revtftli : '43 GRID SEASDN WAS 'WIDE OPEN' Spread Of T-Formation Has Part In Footoall Grind By The A«M«iatea Prew. NEW YORK. Dec. «—Spread of the T-formatlon and a tendency toward wldo open “anything got«” offense were the outstanding trends of the 1948 football season as reported to the Asaociated Prtai In a nation-wide poll of coaches, sports writers and officials. The fans received the grid game with varying degrees of enthusiasm, ranging from the usual hysteria accorded the tikes of the Notre Dame-Army and Penn-Navy games to a general apathy in few sectiona of the nation where poorly matched teams or lack of fair, but I found out a few things! competition stifled interest, that I wanted to know.” Uiuti Interest Retained The veteran Pottar mentor Indi- Every section polled reported “The truth is he did not bet,” cated that he wasn’t satisfied i players a^ student bod wholeheartedly with the defense I of his charges, but said that will be ironed out before the Monaca Cox’a attorney, Lloyd Paul Stryker, declared. "When Cox first saw ^ere next Saturday, you, Judge (on Aug. 14) he told, chubby BUI Patterson, senior the truth. He did not bet. . . , In “ptvot" u .w .K „ «i’sewe of proof the least tha'ugajnjt Leetadale. led’the Ceram- hy the Foolhall Mothers club of can be done 1« fo exonerate hlm|jj,j„ j„ icoHng column with Wellsville at a banquet lu the Sec ond Presbyterian church. A! Staley, member of the coaching staff at Ohio State university, will be the principal speaker for the Bengal fete. of the charge of belting on games.Uproe baakets and three for three I appeal to you ... to vindicate I at the charily line for nine points. him of the oharge that is predicated solely on ill-advised admissions. He hod decided to let drop, but when he read the papers At the Potter banquet the squad | he found his good name demolished will he presented the “teapot”, and asked for this hearing.” symbolic of Ita triumph in the East; Help For Cox Liverpool - Wellsville Thanksgiving j ^t the end bf the seven-hour day game, letters will be awarded 1 |o„g hearing, however, Landis de- and the “BUI Booth” memorial j «here is no help I can give trophy will be presented to the | cqx . . . . There is an utter Impos- season’s outstanding senior grid-1 giblUty to connect ihis plan with der. At Wellsville, the Bengal grid- men will receive their letters and the honorary captain for the 1943 season will be announced in addi- lion to the captain-elect for the 1944 campaign. Sport Chatter Jumping from the honorable' It’s rare when a sophomore mention class of 1942 to the first gains the honor of the first team., eleven this season are Walt Brian But Henry Pack, the 160-pound bolt! ^oro. N. C. sports er of Salem, Johnny Bell of Bast Llv-'of dynamite of the Liverpool back- harrowing report of erpool, Gregg Arbaugh ol Wells-1 field, was awarded the fullback slot vllle and Frank “Flick” Biilriken: without a dissenting vote, and the of Salem. , colored youth, only 18. justly de- Paired with Salem’s glue-fingered i serves it. IJe led the Potters in terminal, Brian, on the '43 eleven; ecoring with an even 80 points. Is Clarence “Chick” Torrence, thei Two triple-threat stars are paired! versatile Potter wingman, who con- at the halfbacks. The left half eluded his career with the Potters | spot was earned by Wellsville’s by turning in his best season. The Gregg Arbaugh, who sparkled lanky end not only handled his; throughout the season with a team post adequately on the offense and! that experienced one of its most defense, but was the Potter field; disappointing years. The break- general and placeklcked many val-jaway type runner, Arbaugh cora- uable points. Teamed with Brian,! blned speed and a change of pace the county boasted two of the best to send him on many long trips to enemy end zones. In addition to his all-county honor, the Bengal star also gained all-Ohio honorable mention last week. Entriken Top« At Pasing For a running mate the board at 200 ! picked "Pllck” Entriken of Salem, choices! If this youth couldn’t harass his pass receivers In the state. Tackle Choices Unanimous Carrying the fight to every pair of tackles they faced this season, the pounderous George Russo and Sam Winters of Bast Liverpool, each tipping the beam pounds, were unanimous ñMMiffiiaUtt TrMlmMf For STOMACH TROUBLI CauatS by «xoass seM. For p«ta afWr eat* tea. inOisMtion. au. bloatina. bMitburii, «••tritia, burnlns tenaation. aour atomaeb. and stonaeb ntear aymptoma wbta aansM by axetaa atomaeb aeld. VOrrS TABLETS tend to sootb inflamed atomaeb anrfaeaa. Knthnalaatle asara dally, vaaenmaad CLEVELAND VON PINK TABLETS. Yon too abould try VON’a for prompt and ama<- ina nlief. Without riaid liquid diat or lots of time frem work. Ask for CLEVELAND ' VON TADUBTS today at your drua^t { l-'urtlnrr’a or Hrreae'a Oraa !«lorral — trtv. I for their posts. Rtisso played his! foes with his running, he unleashed final game on Thanksgiving as a|a barrage of aerials that surely Potter stalwart, but Winters, only; would do the trick. When he a junior, has another year for grid-1 cocked his right arm bis Intended iron warfare. i receiver» had no worry about the Selected for the guards, the j ball; It was alw-aye there. Entriken board singled out Ea.st Liverpool’s easily was the county's beat pais Bill Cooper, who was awarded all- thrower, Ohio honorable mention by the As-j The tesmi's punting could be di- soclated Press and placed on the' vided among Cooper, Bntrtken. second team by the United Press. | Pack and Arbaugh, all good and Wellsville’s Bob Beresford. kickers. Two of the finest the county has) The backfield averages I60 ever seen, they had no peer during! pounds, giving the firat eleven an the 1943 campaign. I over-all average of slightly better In the middle of a forward wallj than 166 pounds, that averaged 168 pounds, Richard The second team, poaltlon-for- “Dick” Smith of East Liverpool; position. Isn’t rated far behind the gained the most votes for the first. By HUGH FULLERTON JR. Aaseofatod Prota Sporte Writer NEW YORK. Dec. G-F-om In- ila Sgt. John Derr, former Greens- edltor, sends a (lie hazaixlB of golf in (he Far East that makes shortages of caddies and golf balls sound like minor league stuff The tale as told in the “C.B.I Roundup” involves sunbaked fairways that will send a well - hit drive bouncing crazily % into a rough that really is jungle, greens with "more lumps than an Indian mattress" and caddies and ball at least two of the latter — who pay even less attention to their duties than those at home. To this the cheerful Sgt, Derr adds a penciled comment: “Only lost four balls, two caddies last week.” The same paper reports that bomber squadron in China is seeking a new baseball diamond because the one now in use la so situated that “If you over-run third, you’re liable to land In Jap occupied ter- rltory." All of which proves that you don’t need to keep 'em playing, they’ll do It themselves. the repetition of his story on Nov. 3. and Nov. 6 .” On those two dates Cox said he made “approximately 15 to 20 bets of from $25 to $100 per game on the Phllliea to win.” He said he ceased on May 2u when he learnml of the rule against betting. POTTER-IENGU TILT ATTRACTS TOP CROWS Mr. Fullerton boys—you need Official figures of the Bast Llv- erpool-Wellsvllle football game at |*atler«un field on TliHnksglviiig day. Issued today by Faculty Manager of Athletics Wllbeil E. Mouie, indicated that the Turkey day claasic attracted the largest crowd ; K •••■ of the local football season. ‘ The paid attendance at the game was 6.703. which figure exceeded . a • ■ • that of the StGUbenviile game earii- ler in the season which had held ! the attendance record previously. The breakdown showed 3.172 reserved seats. 1,822 general admls- .ion ann 1J09 aludanf. tlckel, lo “'J, nave been .old. Mcaiaw. c In addition to this 275 automo -1 bile owners paid the parking fee: Leetsdale Playara Qivan Praia« Bob Skidmore, veteran forward matters who tallied eight markers on four goals, also impreaaod the Potter Coach, and newcomers to the var- sify squad—Chuck Means, Jim Harris, and Bob McGraw>-aa well as Dick Horton of the '43-43 reserves, were singled out for a bit of praise by tbelf mentor. Mason, a guard, sparkled for the losers with five goal« and two fouls. The Blue and White cagcrs rambled to 15-to-9 margin at the close of the opening stanza, held a 34-to- 18 edge at the half and spurted to a 36-to-21 advantage at the close of the third quarter. Preceding the game, Dr. Harold BrticOk head coach of the Geneva college cagers, gave a brief Interpretation of basketball rules, and Karl Kwlng. Rocheater High coach. dlscUiMAed niles changes. Ray Nolle and Willai'd Lewis, officials, also spoke on rules changes. East Liverpool Brown, f ..... Skidmore, f .. Barrett, c .... Gauron. g .... I’aMnrsou, g . ost. One zidelight on that phase came from Arkansas A. and M. to the effect that there waa absolutely no dissension among the players as li sometimes true in normal times with manyt college» who play subsidized football. Plans for 1944 were described as Indefinite. All achools that play ed this fall expected lo field some kind of a club next year although there was little downright optimism. Moat expect a ganerat leveling-off process aa the navy V-12 stars leave for active duty. It was pointed out that the new V-13 will not have the years of early col legiate grid training that the '48 crop enjoyed, Andy Kerr of Colgate expressed the coach'a viewpoint of the gen nral situation when he said. “We tried to develop a varied offense without using any more plays than necessary." In most cases the defense suffered. Off-Tackle Used Often The ok) dependable off-tackle play popped up a little more often than usual end such a mosay chest nut as the Btatue of Liberty came out of the bag with surprising consistency. Coaching staffa, limited in practice time, were forced to stress offense and let the defense lake care of itself. Keep Capital Eleven From Winning Eastern Crown; Steagies Defeated NATIONAL PRO LEAGUE Eattarn Division Team W. L. T. Ft*. Op. Washington .............6 2 1 222 106 New York .........5 3 1 166 163 Phlll-Pltt....................5 4 1 325 380 Brooklyn .............2 8 0 65 331 Weitarn Divlaien Chicago Rears ..8 1 1 303 157 Green Bay...............7 2 1 264 172 Detroit ................S 6 1 178 218 Chicago Carda’Is 0 10 0 59 238 Next Sunday New York at Washington. By DAVE HOFF Aaaoeiatad Prase Sports Writer CHICAGO, Dec. 6—When the New York Giant« decided they Had the Washington Redskins’ number they weren’t klddlngk And If they still have it next Sunday—tnd the Sunday after—they’ll he playing the Chicago Bears in pro football’s championship game the day after Christmas in ChlMgo. The Giants now have beaten the Redskins eight times and tiad them once in their last 11 eneoust- erse. The latest, of course, was yestetMiy, when they snapped a I4-to-10 defeat on the Washingtons and prevented the Redskins, for the second straight weak, from clinching the Itestern divitiou title they once appeared to have in a walkaway. Need Win Far Tie And If the New York« can do It again next Sunday, they’ll deadlock the Redskins for the Eaitarn crown and forca a playoff on Dec. 18, the date originally set for Aim imagined meeting of the Redskins and Bears in Chicago. Of couraa if Waahlngton suddenly gats Us bearings after two straight loasaa, the Radskins will take an undisputed B a a t a r n crown and go ahead with the game against the Baara Dec. 18. At least the threat of a three- way tie for the Eastern title was averted when the Phtll-Pitt Eagles wera eliminated by a 38-to-38 loss to the Green Bay Packers, in the final game for both teama. Don Hutson caught two touchdown pas«« at in the final period to dash the Eagles hopes. Playing with an injured hand ha caught in a taxi door, Hutson also kicked a second period field goal and booted five conversion« fdr a day’s total of 20 points and a aea- son’a mark of 117. He boosted his varlou« alMlma records to 88 touchdown passes caught 86 touchdowns scored, 641 points tallied, 884 paaa* es caught for 8,8iO yards, and 35 consecutiva league games in which he aoored one or more points. WELLSVILLE EAGLES PLAN RALLY TUESDAY M u H h U. f llorloti. f . I Sanford, c , standley, Î Ward, g ... OWN A SHARE OF AMERICA BUY YOUR OWN HOME NOW WITH A 5% MORTGAGE FROM The Potters Savings & Loan Company Washington & Broadway East Liverpool, Ohio. THE LARGEST RESERVES THE OLDEST Jl,148353.07 SAVINGS & LOAN COMPANY IN COLUMBIANA COUNTY The First To Give 5% LOANS On The Monthly Reduction Plan Real Giants Six of the eight managers of National league used to piay for Giants under John McOraw and four of them — Mel Olt, Billy Southworth. Frank Frisch and Freddie Fltsslmraons—were members of the same club In 1925. The other two are Caaey Stengel and Bill McKechnle. Wonder where you’ll find another record like that? Inside the athletic field. Merdes, f Bucyrus Coach In Navy j Nolan, c ... Ferderbar, g BUCYRUS, Dec. 6—Coach Nick Mason, g ... Wasyllk of Bucyrus High school I Blanohl, f .. waa commissioned an ensign in the Hopta, f .... navy Saturday. The former Ohio; Host, g SUte university baseball and football player, who came here in 1940, will report for training at Princeton university Dec. IB. The school board has not named his »uccesaor. Nelson Wins Match SACRAMENTO, Callf., Dee. 6— Byron Nel«on of Tòledo, O., won $5,000 wortb of War Bonds wlth Totals ............... Bast Liverpool Leetadale ........ .15 9 G. F. . 22-2 . 40-1 0—0 ! 1 0-0 . 3 3-3 .. 1 1 —I . 1 1—1 . 0 1—2 . h 2—3 . ■"* 2—2 ,. 0 U -0 . 0 0~0 . 0 O-O 0 0—0 0 0—0 . 0 0—0 . 0 0—0 1712-15 0. F. .. 3 1-4 1—1 . 0 1-1 . 0 1—1 . 5, 2-3 . 1 6-0 . 1 0-0 I 1—0 13 7—10 9 11 11— 9 3 12- Knowles Duckpin League W. L. 1 TcapotH ......... * ■,,, . ■ #. • ...20 13 HaticeiH ......... .,.., ,,,,. ,.. 20 13 8 Cup« ............... .........,,,, ... 19 14 0 ClTUIlIB ........... • • >,. • • •. « ... 18 15 0 11’lates ............. ..... .,,,.... 16 17 0 Casseroles ... •,,,, , • • >,...15 18 0 Pickles ........... .,,,,,,,,. ... 12 21 0 j Sugars .......... ................. ...12 21 0 0 1 Teapots ...... 609 646 641 — 1895 46 ¡(/'reams ........... 693 583 613—1891 T. Baucers ..........540 600 535—1675 7 Sugars ........... 674 563 549—1686 S 1 Plates ............. «38 653832—1923 I 1 (’ups ...............716 692642—2051 12 1 Plckl.'H .......... 7.33 713 762—2208 2 0 1 Casseroles ... 735 702 748—2185 A patriotic rally commemorating the second tnnivaraary of the attack on Pearl Harbor will be held by Columbiana aeiie No. 773. Ere- tarnal Order of Eagles of Walts- villa, Tuesday night at the lodge rooms. Main at. James Allen, general chairman of a committee making arrangements. said there will be local speakers and entertainment. Men in service home on furlough, will be guests. “Our purpose in holding this rally on this particular date is to reaffirm our »iipport of our government and our men In service to win the war.” said William J. Briggs, worthy president. BáSKiTBAU scorn » baseball clubs Lp eigbt-stroke golf vlctoi’y over the New York Harold McSpaden of Philadelphia. in a 162-hole medal play tooir of the country. five of the eight races, including one nag that paid $47.10 for $2. The Original Experts According to the dictionary the ’ Arabian Barb” was one of a strain of exceptionally speedy horses from which modern racers are descended, but some west coast boss followers figure the; Barb was sunk Into them by a' pair of distinguished Arab visi-| tors. When the Princes Amir Feis-i al and Emir Khalid of Saudi Ara-j hia dropped in at Bay Meadows i this fall, they had the winners of; Prsp Pappsr Hank Wolfe asks how Lynn Chewolng who' scored 106 points in seven games for St. Christopher’s school of Richmond, Va., stands among the natlon’i schoolboy grid heroes this season. East Liverpool 46, Leetsdale 83. Toledo Catholic Central 50, Delphos St. Johns 30. Toledo Catholic Central 19, Lima St. Rose 15. Wapakoneta 48. Lima Central 43 (Saturday), Bluff ton 42, Lima St. Roae 37 (Saturday). Individual sluglegame high •— Bain 161V L. Moore 160; Mllla itv, H. Smith 151: Morton 165-150. Individuai three-game high •— Mills 438; Horton 400; Woods 401; Knowles 409; D. Moore 406. Kalleur Falla in British Guiana is four and a half times aa high as Niagara. Ptnetro noatril _ jrou brsatha tTMr"almost tly. Relieve the instant] muâi for 60é. Caution : use <mly ss irscted. Penetra ]fes« Dregs DON’T LET UP When Colde Cause Sore Throat, Coughs Take just one swallow of Thoxine. See bow quickly even one does' brings palliative relief. Double act tng. It soothes oa you swallow, thsn; works internally. Sases raw throat,* loosens phlegm, stops coughe almost > at once. Pleasant taste—for adulte and children. If not 100% satisfied| your money bs^k, 3&c, SOc and 11.00.) Get Thoxine now and atay oa the Job.—Adv. I STOP Getting Up Nights Enjoy Roitful Stoop ttop thoae painful back and lag pains. Try one bottle o# PRO- CON for the kidney and aftar the thousands of tiny tubos havo boon fiuthtd out of polaona and aoeumulatad waste, sea If you dent fool In the prime of life. Each tablet Is a wail bat- aneed formula that sets m an antiaapGa an inflamad araaa. REZNOR DRUG 00. 122 EAST SIXTH OT. Platos Extractions Bridgowork Fillings Crowns Plate Repairs Wo invito you to 000 our eamplot of Trono- R aront P\^ with Trantluoont Teeth. They avo no popular • pink ooh>r, but the Life« Lika color of Uvlng TIooua and Natural Tooih. Hours Dally •:00 A. M. fo Dr. Glenn McKenzie DPITIST 5:00 P. M. PHONE 180 BtSH MARKET 8T On The Diamond Hours ^turday • :00 A. M, To t:00 P. M. (bet Liverpool, O. fOR Horens what he receives when you give him a Dobbs for Christmas! ... A Gift Co’tificat« for a fine Dobbs Hat and a cute Jeep Topper—both tudced away in tbu colorful Jeep Box. After Chriatmaa be bas the pleasure of choosing the right bat for himself. NEW! DOBBS OPEN AN ACCOUNT EaTABLIiHEO 1S00

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