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PAGE FOURTEEN THE CHARLOTTE OBSERVER -The Foremost Newspaper of The Two Carolinas- SUNDAY MARCH 28 1937 SECTION TWO Lee Head Hornet Manager Reports Here 'Tomorrow BLUE HOSE DEFEAT 'CATS 1 Suggs of P C Lets Davidson Down With 2 Hits in Clinton Came START FOR sfATE AGAINST WAKE PICTURED below are a couple of State College inficldyrs and an outfielder who will be in the starting line up when State and Wake Forest clash Monday in Raleigh in their annual Easter Monday baseball game Sivinging the bat is Uriah Norwood hard hitting center fielder Bill Mann basketball star is seen in the center covering first base and Albert “Sandy” Sandfoss sophomore is pictured snagging a high one at second base CLINTON S C- March 27— W— Presbyterian college behind v Tie two-hit pitching of Suggs won a 3 to 1 victory over Davidson college here this afternoon in a seven-inning game The last inning was played in a light flurry of snow Both teams scored in the first and P C bunched its six hits to score again in the fourth and fifth Box score: Davidson I Freebyterlan AbRHOAl AbRHOA Rando a 1 0 S OiHorneb a 1 1 1 2 Howard 3b 10 110 Harvmss 3 0 0 1 1 RudlaULU 3 0 0 3 0Batchelr3b 3 113 1 Hicks p 3 0 0 1 ZjEvanalf 3 0 110 Hemhilljb 3 0 0 1 2!Suggap 3 110 3 Uftertylb 3 0 0 8 O'Weldonrf 3 0 0 0 0 Quick aa 3 0 0 3 4Coeef 3 0 10 0 Clarkrf 3 0 0 0 O'Blackwellb 3 0 17 0 Neal 3 0 1 0 0 Blrdc 3 0 0 9 0 Totals 31 1 a IS 8 Totals bavldson inn p 100 Errors None Runs batted in1 Coe Suggs Two base hits: Batchelor tvsns Three base hits Coe Stolen base: Batchelor Strikeouts: Suggs 9 Umpire Howard Time: 150 DEACONS OPEN SEASON BY DEFEATING DREXEL WAKE FOREST March 27— MV-Wake Forest college's baseball team opened its season today by defeating Drexel Institute of Philadelphia 4 to 3 in a tightly-played game Talley Wake Forest pitcher yielded only five hits in going the route for the home team Zimmers Drexel hurler gave up 10 hits in 72-3 innings Raines who relieved him was touched only once Dickens Deacon shortstop performed best at the bat getting a single and a three-bagger out of three time M bat !( Dallas Morris home team third “sacker drove in two runs with two timely singles The box: Drexel Abyhae’W Fareat Ab r h a Grafc 4 0 0 4 0! Dickens aa S 1 3 1 3 Wolf 2b 3 0 0 0 II Dal Ms 3b 4 1212 Rhllelb 3 0 0 8 0i Chappell if S 0 0 2 0 Foxcf 3 117 1 D’gt M'scf 4 0 0 1 0 Ehm’ngSh 4 113 llMauneylb 3 01 IS 2 Lignellirf 3 0 O 0 01 Ad'holt2h 3 12 0 2 Dilaraolf 4 111 O’Warrenrf 4 12 10 Kruliah aa 3 0 2 0 2 Sheppardc 4 114 2 Elm era p 2 0 0 1 3 Talley p 4 0 115 Raines p 1 0 0 0 O' Total 30 3 8 24 ! Tolala 33 4 11 27 18 Brora by Innings FUGITIVE IS 102—3 03x— 4 Error— Graf iignelli AdeiholtWar-ren Talley Runs batted in— Dallas Mor-rl 3 Kruliah 'Llgnrlll Warren pard Two-baae hit— Delarxo Shew Three- base hit— Dickens Stolen be— Dalla Morrl Mauney Sheppard Sacrifices — Qimmara Dallas Morrl Left on base —Drexel 7 Wake Forext 11 Base on balle-Zimmers 5 Talley 3 Struck out by — Zimmers 3 Taliev 4 Hits off Zimmer 10 Ralne 1 Ped ball— Graf Sheppard Umpire— Kearney Time' 1 50 NEW CLASS B LOOP FORMED DURHAM March 27—W— The Northwest International league organized as a Class C baseball circuit for the coming season has advanced its rating to Class B headquarters of the National Association announced today Com posed of cities m Idaho Washington and British Columbia the league has the population requirements for the new classification The change In rating gives the National Association five Class B leagues the largest number it has had in this division in many years The other B loops are the Piedmont South Atlantic Three-I and Southeastern ELON NETTERS TAKE MATCH DUE WEST S C March 27- (iP) — Erskine college’s tennis team lost its first home match of the season today to Elon 4 to 0 One single match and both double matches were cancelled when snow began falling It was the (Starts on First Sports Fage) Bostwick’s trainer Randolph Duf fey This historic silver cup was fashioned in 1704 by Alexander Sinclair of Dublin Ireland Fugitive’s victory was a surprise Even the trainer of the winning horse Randolph DufTey had ridden another horse in the race — Ostend But Fugitive ridden by Kerr as a substitute jockey and a horse which many fans suspected of having been "held back” in previous races and saved for this classic had the stamina speed and courage to charge to victory— and charge he did Escape III the favorite was fighting off a threat by Or Else long-shot owned by Benjamin L Behr of Chicago for second position when he stumbled Indigo running in fourth position until this spill closed up and beat out Or Else in a driving finish Indigo one of the best-liked favorites appeared to be held back too long and did not have the necessary sprint-punch to catch the racing Fugitive CLOSEST FINISH The closest and most thrilling race of the seven-event program came In the Springdale Steeplechase following the Carolina Cup with Birmingham and Golden Reel fin ished in almost a dead heat — surging for the finish line in a battle that had the spectators yelling Birmmg ham was declared the winner Bir ingham a six-year-old chestnut gelding ridden by F Bellhouse Was held back Until the home stretch Bonnie Lad who had set the pace dropped back and Birmingham and Golden Reel battled it out with Rocky Shore pulling in third Pontoon owned by M B Metcalf Jr of Rumson N j and a 10 to 1 shot was leading in the Palmetto Steeplechase and appeared a sure winner until he fell and threw his rider at the last jump: the favorite Pimochio then came in the winner Sidney Watters Jr riding the favorite Another Boy in the Ker shaw Steeplechase took a spill and was followed by R Hayhurst on NAME BOB KING ON FURMAN U COACH STAFF Greenville s c March 27 V P 3 — Dr B E Greer president of Furman university announced tonight that Bob King of Ranger Texas had been elected a freshman coach and that Ernest (Goof) Bow-yer of Florida had been chosen first assistant to Head Coach Paul (Dizzy) McLeod King who will be graduated in June was captain and All-Southern conference end on the football team and earned a letter in basketball Bowyer former University of Florida athlete was named varsity track coach in addition to duties as assistant to McLeod He joined the staff last September Bob Smith of Cartersville Ga was re-elected head freshman coach MICHIGAN WINS SWIMMING MEET Omel allowing Our Manager to sprint home with the victory Sir Koster fell at the last fence but his jockey L Norris remounted and finished third behind Well Stepped Golden Fairy owned by Campbell Weir of Wilmington Del captured the Camden Plate and Pimento II ridden by Harry Richards who rode Rosemont to victory in the Santa Anita handicap this year finished last Tool Box owned by Richard thtrd straight match victory lor ihi Mellon of Pittsburgh won a sur Furman and prise Vlctory in the Wateree the 1 sixth event Royal Thomas owned by Mrs Lewis A Park of Sewick-ley Pa raced to an easy victory in the Baron DeKalb the seventh and final arje on the program North Carolinians Presbyterian having fallen ously before their rackets Summary: Jones defeated Getlv 7-3 9-1 Greenwald defeated Canon S-0 8-0 Cradlll defeated Kennedy 0-1 6-0 and Smith defeated Whiteside 7-5 0-4 CONNIE MACK IN HOSPITAL MEXICO CITY March 27-OP)-Conme Mack 74-year-old manager of the Philadelphia Athletics went to a hospital last night for treatment of an infection of his right leg The injury was caused by a foul ball which struck Mack several days ago RAMBLERS PLAY COUPLE MONDAY The Charlotte Ramblers negro baseball club will "play the Lai caster negro team a doubleheadt tomorrow afternoon at Hayma Park The first game starts at o'clock ' A special section will be reserve for white fans Jake Wade’s Sports Parade (Starts on First Sports Fage) Inferred In our piece that Harry Cooper gave Runyan the wrong advice Picard the right But our error was in misquoting Picard and Cooper and also we we Under the wrong impression about the rule Here is what took place Runyan’s approach shot bounded into a bunker and came to rest on the fringe of the green A spectator unintentionally kicked the ball down into the rough Runyan was told this happened when he started to play the shot and he waa puzzled aa to w hat to do Two eyewitesses tell me that Cooper told him to go ahead and play tl ball Picard these eyewitnesses say told him to drop a ball as near followed Had it not been Runyan might indeed have been disqualified Frances Keating comments that “Harry Cooper though like Cruickshank Diegcl and others a temperamental golfer Is deservedly popular as pro and player" and presumably believes I have been unfair to him 1 The point made here however was that Cooper’s temperament in match has kept huh from winning a lot of golf tournaments when he i considered by many to be the finest golfer of them alL That still stands sions not to know what we see with our own eyes and hear with our own ears And Easter Monday brings a lot of interesting college baseball games MINNEAPOLIS March 27 -MV-The University of Michigan clinched the national intercollegiate swimming championship at the University of Minnesota tonight when it registered 16 additional points in the first two events to give it a total of 50 and but three events to go The Wolverines collected 10 points in the 100-yard free style by placing three swimmers among the first five Edward Kirar who yesterday gained the 50-yard championship came in first in the longer distance m 52 3 R Mowerson who was fifth and W Tomski third were the other Michigan swimmers to make points m this event Jack Kaslcy the Michigan world’s champion in the 200-yard breast stroke won this event handily in finishing ahead of Richard Hough of Princeton in 2 26 6 CHAPEL HILL March 27-4P— With Irby Wright senior pitching masterfully all the way the University of North Carolina baseball team opened its season here this afternoon by beating Springfield college 4 to 1 About 1 500 fans were on hand for the game which was played m weather much better adapted football Wright only letterman hurler from 1936 limited the Massachusetts boys to but six hits three of which were of the scratch variety He struck out three walked two and contributed a single to the Tar Heel attack The Tar Heels counted first scor ing two runs in the second inning That incidentally proved enough to win The box' Springfield Carolina Abr h Akrh Mor’on 3b 4 0 0 8 3 Topkins s 4 0 1 1 Wood rf 3 0 0 0 01 Bullard 2b 4 0 11 Howard rf 0 0 0 0 0 Melchorc 4 0 13 Huaton as 4 0 113’ Burnette If 4 O 0 3 O 4 110 0 McCarn rf 3 3 10 0 3 0 1 3 O) Bissettlb 4 1 3 15 0 4 0 1 0 01 Grub 3b 3 113 3 0 0 S oj Groome rf 4 0 0 2 4 0 0 4 1 j Wright p 4 0 10 4 0 2 0 U STATE WILL BATTLE WAKE Wolfpack Opens Baseball Season With Annual Easter Came Against Deacons THE EASTER PARADE’ DOC LEGGETT catcher for the Syracuse Chiefs puts on a one-man Easter parade at Hayman Park and shows what the well-dressed baseball player will wear for spring Leggett is a former Sally League star and well known in Charlotte (Observer Staff Photo) Allen ef Clark 2b Knox lb Towle U Tracy c Mantor p Fascit lia 0 0 0 O 0 -1 Totals 33 1 0 24 8 a— Fascilelll batted ninth Score bv Inning: Total 34 4 S 27 13 for Wood In th Springfield 000 Carolina 020 100 101 OOO—l OOx — 4 BLUE GOOSE IN Errors — Morrison 2 Huston Knox Run batted In— Bissett 2 Topkin At len Two-base hits— McCarn Three-base hita— Bissett Home run— Allen Left on base — Springfield 0 Carolina 12 Strikeout by — Wright 3 Mantor 4 Base on balla off — Wright 1 Mantor 3 Hit by pitcher— by Wright (Fascltellil Stolen base— Clark Knox McCarn Grubb Groome Sacrifice hits— Bullard Wild pilch— Tracy Famed runs Springfield 1 Carolina 3 Tima of game — 1 45 Umpire Flora BOAT RACE WIN TRACK STARTER UNDER ARREST EAU GALLIE Fla March 27— (IT) — Captain Harry Andrews of the Melbourne Fla sailing club guided the newly-built moth type boat Blue Goose to victory today in a race for the world championship Anoma trophy Twenty-eight of the little moth type craft scudded across the start ing line in the mam event of the International regatta By the time the last lap of the 10-mile event was reached the wind had reaehed near-gale proportions and 15 skippers were forced to withdraw WASHINGTON March 27-(T)— The treasury Department announced today the arrest of Joe Nelson identified by the department as the head starter at Arlington Downs race track Texas He was seized on a charge of illegal possession of narcotics agents said Narcotics Commissioner Harry J Anslinger said Federal narcotic agents reported to him that they had found a quantity of opium on Nelson's person at the time of hi arrest today m San Antonio LOS ANGELES March 27— (P) I DARTMOUTH IN —Sidney B Wood said he was aban-J HPD i pay w doning attempts to make the 1937 I KALIV VlLIUKl United States Davis Cup tennis WILLIAMSBURG Va March 27 team He said his training plans —Dartmouth's big Green trackmen were abruptly ended this winter easily outpointed William and Mary when mining property in ( Death here today 101 to 24 Valley buried by an unprccdent- Lesner gave William and Mary ed snow storm demanded his per-1 its lone first place with a javelin sonal attention throw of 173 feet 2 inches COLLEGE STATION RALEIGH March 27 — Baseball teams Wake Forest and North Carolina State meet here Monday in baseball battle now more than a quarter of a century old— the annual Easter Monday game The game will atart at 3 o’clock and will be run off on State’ Freshman field The tilt is the first on State’s 1937 schedule but the second for the Deacons State athletic officials expect a holiday crowd Monday of at least 4000 persons Chick Doak State’s veteran baseball coach said today that he would start Billy Griffin righthander on the mound and that Eddie Berlinski football star would do State’s catching Coach John Caddell at Wake Forest hasn't announced a pitcher but it is thought that he will select Carl Byrd veteran right hander who worked three and two-thirds innings of the 1936 game Porter Sheppard veteran of two years will be behind the plate for the Deacons The annual Baxter Monday double-header a collegiate baseball event that ha been an attraction at Duke university for years will be staged between the Blue Devils and V P J’s Gobblers In Duke park tomorrow afternoon The first game wlU start at 130 o'clock and the second following Immediately after Duke a pitchers for the two games wUl be selected from George Barley Dave Smith Claude Caskey Ed Watson John Perry Walter Kerr Ruffner Murray V P I s husky southpaw will probably be the choice of Coach McCauley Mclver for the opening clash and either Earl Lake or Bucky Harris both veterans wiU work the nightcap The University of North Carolina track team will open Its season here next Wednesday afternoon against Dartmouth one of the East t strongest contingent CATAWBA LICKS GUILFORD 5—2 SALISBURY March 27— P— Guilford defeated the Catawba Indians 5-2 today In a North-State conference game The Quakers hit hard and took advantage of the wildness of Clyde Kluttz rookie hurler to score two runs in the first inning and three more in the third The Indians defending conference champions scored their runs in the fourth on singles by Clark Black and Brown Box score: Guilford Catawba AbRHOA AbRHOA 4 10 13 Beatty 2b 4 0 0 2 4 3 2 0 1 0 Morgan sa 5 0 1 7 0 Clark If 3 1 3 0 0 Black 3b 4 112 0 Davlgc 3 0 1 3 0 Hmptonrf 3 0 0 2 0 Kluttz p 4 0 0 3 0j Brown p 4 0 0 0 3 Mgglollocf Peifferlb ! ENGEL DUE IN I0WN TUESDAY Announce Part of Player Llstj Squad Blows in This Week for Drills BY JAKEWADE Observer Sports Editor LEE HEAD the fiery former Southern Association backstop and manager who has been elected to guide the field destinies of tho 1937 Hornets will report here to begin his new duties tomorrow Business Manager Zinn Beck an nounced last night At the same time Beck made public a list of names of baU players who will try out for Hornet berths and added that Joe Engel the club president would arrive here Tuesday from Florida with more contracts and more news about the club roster Beck looked for Engel all last week but Joe never showed up He told Beck on the telephone yes-trday he would certainly be on hand Tuesday when he Beck and Head would go into a huddle and see what they have in the way of ivory Tllaon 2b Hcplerrf Boylex c Hockett lb Capella 3b Acree si Fox 11 Lentzcf Boles p Dealx Morrlsnxx 4 0 12 0 4 1)30 4 1112 4 0 0 4 0 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 0 10 2 4 0 2 2 0 1 0 012 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Totals 33 8 5 27 6 Total 35 2 7 27 10 x— Batted for Peiffer In 9th xx— Batted for Beatty in 9th Score by innings RENTON TO OPENWORK Guilford 203 000 000—5 Catawba 000 200 000—2 Runs batted in Boyles Capella Hockett Acree 2 Brown 2 Morgan 2 Beatty Two-base hits Hockett Three-base hit: Acree Sacrifice Tilson Double play: Black Beatty Peiffer Left on bases: Catawba 8 Guilford 5 Base on balls: off Kluttz 3 Boles 6 Brown 2 Struck out: by Boles 6 Brown 3 Hits: Off Kluttz 3 in 2 1-3 inings off Boles 7 in 9 innings off Brown 2 in 6 2-3 innings Hit by pitcher: By Boles (Peiffer Beatty) by Brown (Hep ler) Losing pitcher: Kluttz Umpire: Culbreth ORGANIZE LOOP AT DARLINGTON 8pecxal to The Observer DARLINGTON March 27 — The St John's baseball league was organized in Darlington on Monday from the upper garmmar grades and the lower high school The teams and captains are as follows: Red Sox Howard Weatherford Bantams Leon Williams Stars S C Beckham Angels Jack Gardner Sluggers Jack Early Red Demon Hixon Mills and the Darling-I ton Specials Keith Banks The Trenton N J club of the New York-F’enn league managed this year by Bud Shaney will report at Gastonia tomorrow for spring training A total of 29 players have been ordered to report to the camp The first exhibition game that has been scheduled will be played at Gastonia on Saturday with the Syracuse Chiefs of the International league The two clubs have also arranged to play at Red Springs on Sunday April 11 Shaney has H pitchers three catchers seven inficlders and five outfielders reporting SHANEY S SQUAD The players reporlina are Pilchers Michael Anderson of New Haven Conn Joe Bokma of Conway Mass i lovd Bledso of Bladenboro N C Virgil Brown of Springfield Mo Leslie Butcher of Betnesda Md Arol Fitton of Trenton Joe Krakaiukai of Hamilton Ont Canada Hairy Petty of New Brunawlck N J Mike Sladovich of Warren Ohio Shirley Slone of Inez Ky Charles Sluder of Alexander N C H W Smith of Asheville Leon Revo linsky of New Brunawlck N J Douglas Statome of Buena Vista Va and Shaney Catchers Claude Lamed of Pleasantville N J Lou Forish of Philadelphia: Alex Sabo of Highland Park N J Infielders BUI Crittenden Girard Corrado of Trenton Thaddrus Cah of Pulaski Va William Heltzel of York Pa : Alex S parra of Baltimore: Nick Srhlegerath of Baltimore Outfielders Robert Loane of Oakland Calif John Marlon of Atlanta John Tauckas of Kearny N J Joe Reznichak of Ferth Amboy N J and John Welal of Manvllle N J CHAMP TO BE SERVED (Starts on First Sports rage) appearance of Braddock The champion had been missing since last Monday when the Garden s attorneys instituted action against him in the Miami Fla courts Braddock vanished about the same time the announcement of this action appeared He was reported variously to be en route to Illinois New Jersey and New York Braddock was in Manhattan today but his attorneys claimed the Garden could not serve him in New York with a New Jersey order The Garden is seeking to force Braddock to fulfill his contract to meet Max Schmeling in New York June 3 Judge Gould said it would not be necessary for Braddock to appear in Jersey Monday He added he (Gould) would accept the order for the champion at any time during the day in his Newark otfice PRACTICE STARTS The ball players themselves will begin arriving early in the week and practice will be started before the week ends The Piedmont league schedule has been adopted and although Beck appeared satisfied with it the draft doesn’t look any too good for the Hornets The local club opens away from home and misses out on home games on Labor Day Memorial Day July Fourth and closing day ‘‘But" said Beck “we get Mecklenburg Independence Day and we get a lot of Sunday games" At the moment the Sunday games are of very little use to the Hornets since there is a law against Sabbath baseball here Unless the law is repealed these games will have to be played as part of Saturday double-header or in other towns OPEN AT ASHEVILLE The Hornets open the season at Asheville on April 22 and play their first game in Charlotte on April 26 opposing Rocky Mount Norfolk will be here the latter part of that week Admitting that he knew little about most of them Beck gave Out the following list of ball players1 definitely assigned to the Charlotte ' training camp: Oetfielders: For from Houston Texas: Fred Garrison and Emery in the Greenville S C school last fall Hugh Todd with Atlanta squad this spring Infleldrrs: Bensmlller with Glad water of Eaat Texas Class C league last rear Monte Myers Gastonia boy Eddie Shirley Columbia S C youngster Garlus who has been in Washington apring camp Eddia Davis with Sanford last year Catcher: Jo Blstruff one time Hor net with Sanford Fla lMt year Fllchera: Joe Haynes Columbia S C American Begion star Torren Cuban Ross Page careers unknown to Beck The Hornets will play the House of David in a three-game exhibition gam series at Charlotte Greenville end Spartanburg around the middle of April Other games will be arranged with Trenton and Syracuse Fenwick Wins HAMILTON Bermuda March 27 — My-Ted Fenwick of Montreal won the Bermuda amateur golf championship today be defeating George West of Bermuda 3 in I in one of the most exciting 36-hole matches ever played on a local course THE DEFENSE Asked what his plans were for defense the judge said: 'Our defense will simple be that our contract to meet Joe Louis m Chicago June 22 in no way interferes with our contract to meet Schmelmg June 3 Our contract with the Garden says that Braddock cannot participate in any fight with Joe Louis until after June 3 and unless I'm mistaken June 22 is after June 3" Paradox of the muddle at the moment is that Manager Gould yesterday expressed doubt that the Brad-dock-Lxiuis bout will come off in Chicago anyway The Illinois Senate passed a bill limiting the price of tickets to $10 and Gould said the fight would not go on if this became law The Richmond Colt begin training Monday and the Winston-Salem Twins open their siege Thursday Snow Ends Game ANDERSON S C March 27— (AV-Snow accompanied by a blustery wind prevented the Erskine and Emory and Henry baseball teams from playing a scheduled game here today 40 ENTERED IN RING TOURNEY (Starts on First Sports Page) Ray Clary Gaffney 8 C BANTAMWEIGHTS Nathan Crosby Spartanburg 8 C Juliua Schleppegrell Charleston S C Collier Ostwalt Jr Belmont D L Burchfield High Point FEATHERWEIGHTS Everett Eldridge Gastonia George Diehl Charlotte Bob Bolton Greenville 8 C Louis Lempesis Charleston S Billy Brown Concord Troy Culler High Point OFFICIAL PIEDMONT LEAGUE SCHEDULE FOR 1937 At Richmond April 29-30 May 1-3 July 4-3-8 July 8 (pm & nltet Aug 3(1-31 Sept I May 3-4-3 June 25-28-27 Aug 28 27-21-29 May 17-18-19 June 28-29-30 Aug 15-13-14-15 May July 11-14 15-18 19-20-21 18-17-lt LIGHTWEIGHTS Charlie Clouse Gastonia Early Hamilton Gastonia Pat McKevlln Charleston g C Howard Hettrick Elizabeth City Ben Canipe High Point Clyde Shaw Aaheboro WELTERWEIGHTS Arthur Edwards Charlotte Billy Wilkinson Lincolnton Norman Mette Charleston g Jake Bowman Hickory MIDDLEWEIGHTS Jack Dunn Mount Holly Ed Sweet Corneliua Curtia Terry Piedmont S C Sol Badame Charlotte Robert Latham Raleigh Ed Tipton Gaffney S C LIGHT HEAVTWEIGHT4 John Newman Catawba Col’ege Jack Snarks Lees-McRae College Billy Stronach Raleigh Ted Thornburg Wingate College : HEAVTWEIGHT8 Glenn Toomev Mount Holly Leo Powell Oreer S C Bill Moore Chenel Hill Jim Spencer Wingate College 28-27-28 24-25-2 13M4-18 5-6-T-8 13-14-15 8-7-8 Coverage MEN’S APPAREL OF DEPENDABLE QUALITY rum Sell or trade lamps stamps or camps— hogs dogs or logs — through Observer Want Ads rTr’ S3 XI J i I 4 t I

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