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ftllanumr w5liNIMMIIIMINIMOOMPEINElli 71iRA-IV st 'CS DN S Ins ORS OP TO 1 I — Home Nk inning Streak Continues ss I eam Beats St Paul 4 to 2 i ------ FANS SEE ICE THRILLER ----- Ithrre IsanlISS City (luaus Come ill Ies Than 4 Minutes of I inal Period ----- 1 Scoring three goals in less than four minutes in a final eriod drive the Kansas City tpla- r: Mo Went to the top of :die United States Hockey t eague last night by defeating he St Paul Saints 4 to 2 be-ore 4103 fans It etas the seventh consecuiye tritillaph on the home ice or Coach Doc ROMIlee8 club t More than half of the last period md elapsed before tile Pia-Mors 1 we'd (Inking after the Saints had 'awl 1 play cautiously because f a 1-poitt margin 2 to 1 'iTonnny Fowler knotted the count or Kansas City at 2-all when he ired in a goal at 11:48 Larry SUlestri and Vaillancourt made it -iaassible for Fowler to score on some erfect Passing Mitponaidi Glees P113101' Lead t Butch McDonald leading scorer -Ft the loop almost drove Suther- t'and into the twine with his goal ' hich put the Pia-Mors in front to 2 Johnny Harms and Harry pick were credited with assists 11eDona1d took the pass from Harms and was only about three feet from' the goal when he blasted it past Sutherland and the Saints' goalie (0:1 backward but couldn't prevent the tally Hank Blade clinched the victory with a final goal in 14:56 The Pla-Mors were without the services of George Gee regular center and one of the finest skaters on the team Gee is suffering with the ''flu" but may be able to see! action Sundae night here against the Omaha Knights 1 The 1 to 0 Pla-Mor lead early in i :he second period looked as if it i might stand up until the Saints 'Itarted a drive past midway and Iscored a pair of tallies for a 2 to I advantage Maurice VaillanCourt scored his second goal of the ma- w on a difficult 45-degree angle 1 from abcut twenty-five feet out on the Ice for a temporary margin Then Joe Schack aided by Gauthier and Levandoski fired home he first tally for the visitors to knot the count at 1-all Billy Galngan and Lin Bend corroborated Joe the second score and a 2 to 1 Margin A Busy St Paul Goalie 1:1 Sutherland continued t0 play briltartly in the nets for St Paul with an even dozen stops to run his total I Lo twenty for two periods Kansas City passed up several scoring opportunities late in the session At one time with Bobby Dill best defenseman in the league and Bend in the sinbin the Saints were short-handed but battled valiantly ind cut off every one of the Pia-tor scoring threats Kansas City lad five men against three for the ziaints but still couldn't make their plays materialize into possible goals Dick and Bend livened the period Iby cringing in fisticuffs which saw 'lath players waved to the penalty box and Dick was given a 10-minute misconduct in addition to his penally for slicing Strongman Dill and other players also took part in the scrap A strong Early Defense It was a battle of goalies in the Initial period and both teams played r strong' defensively Bill Sutherland new St Paul net-minder obtained !rem the Pew York Rovers was credited with eight saves and Doug i Jackscn who returned to the Pia' Mor line-up had a total of nine The combined total of seventeen ! tons in one period was the biggest! racked up this season in the opening smion and fans thrilled at the anner in which these youngsters performed every time the disc came gliding' at them At one time Sutherland left his post and went far out On the ice to prevent a possible secre and Jackson snatched one of Mitchell Pechers shots and clutched' t it in his big glove-hand in the clos- ing seconds to keep the Saints from scoring Reise Dick and Red Mitchell came to the aid of Jackson and -t4dn 't permit the visitors to get too iondly when they carried the puck 1 within scoring distance but the brilliant work of Jackson and Suth- extend was the highlight in th ' early stages of the battle KANSAS CITY 3Aeo-on NAttras Mtefq ) NitNnald 0 C R T1 I D ST PAUL Sutherlanid Mann i hi 1 Dill Gantl-der I112rm R W St' &A Chakowskt L W Blens 1 I Mliehell ---- - I D raill r iirDenald RC I 1- W Gantrner 12rT Chatewski L W St'ack Blvnis Prieree—Jim Arnott Head linesman— Pri(!- Markmale Raves City snare is s—Res Dirk Stenno- wan Fowler Vaillancourt 81 'vegan J 4Jar'01" Pad Si Paul anares—Randalack CRY1111R11 Ailsbv Peehet Dew terandoakl Kitimatrirl' Pend Stosienko RP71' Deri Ott scoring—None Peta Hy— 1 Stend nerind scoring-1 Vallhaneourt (Friiler Mitchell) 5:50: 2 Shacks I Clau- thipr Lestinrioskii 1003 3 trrilligan fn'riM 1215 Pensities—Dirk Bend Dill high sticking Third nriod seoring-4 Fowler flitilvea- tri caillaneourri 11:48: 5 telcDonald IMinns Dick) 3:50: 8 Blede (Strongman) 1 4' C PonaltIPP—Dill thitti sticking) l 01k I inttrfrrencel Nattrass (boarding) FoRM 8-C1UB LEAGUE The Wes len' Ammociation Flans for JIM Season -- II CoLumnus 0——Dec 8(AP)--The 1 lir Western association at its meeting for tonivht decided on an 8-club cirUnti'l cult for 1146 and will adopt a achedexneri I term 111(' et a meeting in Topeka next remit January t 'ail Mi '4 The schedule will call for Mondays n elf with double-headers every 'ute Sunday !no 4 mire Seven of the eight clubs have d onuell ill A3or Ira g ue R ffillations for next '1at with only Topeka operating in-liable dependently For Springfield Mo is owned by the indt $t Louis Cardinals: Fort Smith aim& ' Ark by the New York Giants and pintd Htit(hinson Kea by the Chicago y I re Clibs Is for Joplin Mo has a working agree001 ment vith the New York Yankees: Is of SaUna Kas with the Philadelphia prop- ?bil)ies Leavenworth Kas with the Boston Braves and Muskogee Ok with the Detroit Tigers by way If Dallas in the Texas league asNerwelesoerdk - 1 littIN JURGEN is A BRAVE Commun O Dee 5JAP) —Billy IA J:ftqes onetime shortstop for the Chicago Cubs and New York Giants l'-:ned a contract today with the we NON Bos eoila: it tt r:tansi Bmsvreaeevkeessoangltoruarbegytes the he signed with ' the Braves was as a player but it los was reported he would serve as both mach Rnd utility infielder The U S Hockey League Standings W L T Pts Kansas City I 1 111 Oinaha 4 1 17 Paul 41 0 14 Minneapolis 7 0 14 Dalian 7 2 14 Tulsa 7 1 10 Port Worth q 0 10 LAMP NIGwrg lirstmTs At the Pla-Mor—Pla-Mor 4 Bt Paul 2 At Port Worth—Fort Worth 41 Dallas 4 GAMES THIS WPM Tonlaht—St Paul at Tulsa Saturday—Omatia at Tulsa Port Worth at Minneapolis Sunday—Omaha at Kansas city: Fort Worth at St Paul eul ampolEn A BLOW TO GAM E'S CZAR MINORS PASS UP CHANDLER IN APPROVING FOUNDATION The $50000 PostWar Promotion Fund Would Ile "Separate and Apart" From Corn missloner's Office Cotomaus O Dec L(AP)—The cleavage between A B Chandler baseball commissioner and a number of top-drawer diamond men which has been popping up for months took another turn for the worse today The minor leagues at their meeting approved establishment of a $50000 foundation for post-war promotion which would be maintained 'separate and apart" from Chandler's office or any other office now In organized baseball A MUTT TO CHANDLER The approval which now goes to the majors for concurrence wax regarded by most baseball men as a rebuff to the commissioner who missed the promotion committee's final meeting yesterday at which the proposals were agreed Chandler himself apparently drew that impression when he arrived today and heard about the action "They knew when they picked me as commissioner they were going outside of baseball" he declared between handshakes in the lobby of the minor league's headquarters hotel "Now they're trying to establish something that's outside of baseball Everything in baseball should be under the commissioner's office" CHANDLER ON THE BOARD The new foundation will have a governing board of seven trustees Including Chandler the presidents of the two major leagtuvi and the president of the minors all of whom are very much in baseball It will also have a paid director and Chandler asserted it appeared "they want to pick their own man" "If they'd gone the other way when they selected a commissioner" he went on "and selected Frick (National League President Ford Frick who was a candidate for the commissioner's job last spring) or somebody in baseball then they'd have had all baseball men They knew I wasn't in baseball" BROWN-GRAHAM ON TOP The Ilea Vies Will keature Memorial Hall Mat Card THE CARD fain Event—Orville Brown 218 Wallace Kea vs Roy Graham 240 Corsicana TeX Beat Iwo of three falls to a finish Semi-Final event—Rube Wright 210 Los Angeles vs Bohby Bruns 218 Chi- tag° Best two oL three fails or 45- minute time limit Special Eyent—Vie Bo !brook 247 Hollywood vs Dan O'Connor 235 Boston One fall or 30-minute time limit Added Attraction—La Verne Baxter 230 Washington vs Jack Hader 216 Kansas City Ohs fall or 30-minuto lime limit Referee—Bill Atkinson First tvent-8:30 o'clock Orville Brown and Roy Graham will clash tonight in the finish main event of lihe American Legion wrestling card in Memorial hall Kansas Cita Kansas The semifinal of an all-star supporting card will bring together Rube Wright giant Calillornia rougher and Bobby Bruns powerful Chicago favorite who recently returned to the mat after low ycars of service in the navy Many dot Grahams triumphs have been ower opponents whom he defeated more decisively and in less time than Brown has turned back the same foes Brute strength will clash with science when Wright and Bruns climb through the ropes to meet in the semi-tinal After downing all opposition in the large Pacific coNst cities Wright came eastward molting other top-ranking foes Holder of the all-navy championsl-dp Bruns was discharged from aervice only a few weeks ago and Yee lost no time in launching a drive ha regain the position he occupied when he enlisted in 1941 TICEfl W-A-D-1-1-T-0-416-11T HERE Hank Postaway Will Meet Negro on December 13 Card Freddy Sommers promoter of the Zivic-Logan 10-round fight to be held in the Auditorium Wednesday night December 12 last night announced the matching of Hank Postaway a Russian middleweight from Detroit and Leroy Tiger Wade Negro 160-pounder from San Francisco They will meet in a 6-round bout on the supporting card Postaway onetime all-around athicte at the University of Michigan is a formerNational A A U middleweight titleholder Wade is considered among the leaders in California's 160-pound division BASK ETISALL flISVLTS 10- At East Lansing Mich—Great Lakes — 53 Michigan State 49 iovertimel tv At Morgantown W Va—West Virginia rt university 63 Fairmount college 39 At Wooster O—Wooster 60 Rio Grande 31 At Neve York—Western Michigan 60 St John's (Brooklyn 67 n At State College PL—Penn State 68 Susquehanna 33 ti At Meadville Pa—Allegheny 56 St F Francis 13 At Wilmington Pc—Westmlnister 61 tl Juniata 49 Al Akron0—Akron 84 Gannon 31 A At San Antonio Tex—Baylor 48 Par C Sonnet Distribution Command 37 At Stillwater OIL—Phillips 86 Oilers al Will Rogers Army Air Field (Oklahoma tl CRY) 30 At Champaign Ill—Illinois 54 St Louis U iMo) 46 !overtime) At Villanova Pa--Prineeton 47 Vitiation 40 At Philadelphia—St Joseph 70 Wash ington college IMO 22 At San Antonio Tx—Payinr 48 Per sonnet Distribution Command 37 At Lafayette Ind—Purdue 51 Camp Ai terbury 44 At Allentown Pa--moblenberg al La Salle 33 At Chicago-1111nola Each 58 Chicago Naval Armory thi At Appleton Was—Lawrence College St Norbert cargos 40 At Cedar Folios la—lows State Teach era 96 Grinnell College 32 At Mount Pleasant Is—Iowa Wesleyan 1- 82 Hannibal La kitange 25 At Stillwater Olt—Depaul 46 Oklahoma l A and M 42 Al St Lonts—Camil Grant III 611 Concordia Seminary 1St Loulai 50 At Evansisille Ind—Louisville at EVRIIAVillf At Port wade—Meade 39 Georgetown lo Univornity 27 THE KANSAS CITY TIMES THURSDAY DECEMBER 6 1915 The Split Comes When Magnates Fail to Agree New York Playing NEW YORK Dec 5(AP)--The new all-America pro football conference scored an important victory today when Dan Topping part owner of the New York baseball Yankees announced he was transferring operations from the National Football league to the new circuit in 1946 Topping Who owns the Brooklyn franchise in the National loop which was merged with Boston for the 1945 campaign said his team would be known as the New York football Yankees and would play its home games in Yankee stadium Announcing that be was ready to cast his lot with the new league because he had failed to reach an agreement on playing dates with Tim Mara of the New York Giants the wealthy sportsman said there was "no question of the success" of the all-America WILLING TO TAKZ CHANCES "I am willing to work with Mara to avoid conflicts in home dates as much as possible" Topping said "If Mara doesn't want to work with us we'll just take our chances" Mara laced with competition only one subway stop away from the Polo Grounds admitted he was "surprised but not shocked" "We have been doing business here for at least twenty-ore years while teams in the Yankee stadium have come and gone" Mara recalled "we expect to continue to do business" Although Commissioner Jimmy Crowley of the new conference continued to hold out the olive branch with the expressed hope that the two league champions eventually would meet in a "world series" game he admitted his clubs would continue to raid the National league for players QUITS AS BROOKLYN MCI:Mil Topping's action brought up an interesting problem for he resigned only recently as president of the Brooklyn team In the rival league being succeeded by J Arthur Friedlund a Chicago attorney Topping still owns the majority of stock in the Brooklyn football club There is a strong possibility that the National league will ban Topping and declare his players free agents In that event Topping is prepared to meet all offers and said he thought "most of the boys would rather stay with me" WARD HOLDS PIN PACE A 30-Game Total of 41271 for Cleveland Bowler CHICAGO Dec 5(AP) —Walter ! Ward of Cleveland O led a field of forty-three bowlers tonight with a 30-game total of 6277 pins as bowl-1 Ing continued in the battle for sixteen final positions in the fifth an- nual all-star tournament for the' 1945 match game championship Ward was followed by Pvt Therman Gibson of Detroit who had a 6154 total Gecrge Vallos of Youngs- ! town O 8120: Steve Nagy Cleveland 6091 and Andy Varipapa Hempstead L 1 N Y 6087 Other leaders as bowling continued were: Nelson Burton St touts 6003: Chet Buicowski Detroit 0064: George Morrison Chicaoro 6048 Steve CzervrinAki Buffalo N Y 8043: Vern Anderson Chi cam 0030 COnnif Schwoegler Madison Wis 8016 Barney McCoy and Bill ()Donnell Kansas City entrants are down on the list McCoy has 5945 O'Donnell 5803 O'Donnell and McCoy were not among the sixteen qualifiers PIN MEET OPENS FEB The opening date of the 39th annual city championship bowling tournament has been set for February 9 at the S arid S Recreation it wm announced last night by William Kuster secretary of the City association The averages of tournament contestants will be taken as of Deceinber 22 and entries will close January 20 a 14 111 ARGUES FOR THIRD MAJOR LEAGUE— Clarence Rowland (left) president of the Pacific Coast league which has voted to request recognition as a major league discusses the matter with Happy Chandler baseball commissioner at the annual convention of minor leagues in Columbus O Commissioner Chandler will be called on to act on the request—(Wirephoto) JUMPS N L GRID LOOP:NO STUDENTS TO GAME DAN TOPPING JOINS THE NEWIEXTENSION OF CHRISTMAS HOUALL-AMERICA PRO CIRCUIT I DAYS AT M U IS REFUSED Rival The Tigers Opponenis of Texas oil New Year's Day Will Leave Columbia Dec 21 for Scene of Battle Cotomins Mo Dec 5--The Univeralty of Missouri academic officials turned thumbs down today upon a plea by student leaders for an extension of the university's Christmas holidays to permit them to see the Tigers play Texas in the Cotton Bowl at Dallas January 1 Just as the M U athletic officials adopted a transportation schedule for the grid squad which will keep the football players out of school for two days after the holiday expires The Bengals will leave Columbia by bus at noon December 21 the minute the Christmas vacation begins George Edwards business manager announced this afternoon and will arrive in Dallas at 8:30 the next morning after a 5-hour stopover in Kansas City Following the New Year's day game they will stay in Dallas for al Cotton Bowl party that night and will leave for home the night of January 2 arriving here the afternoon of January 3 Post-holiday class work at the university will begin at I a m January 2 with penalties of deduction of academic credit from the student's progress toward graduation If he fails to show up at that time Football players of course will be excused for their part in the exhibition which is expected to net the university nearly $50000 but the committee of deans today denied a petition of student leaders for either extension of the holidays to permit attendance at the game or for special permission for those students who actually go to Dallas HIS GRID DAYS AT AN END Don Hutson has Played Ills Last Game Ile Says GARIN BAY Wis Dec looks like the real McCoy this time Don Hutson Green Bay Packers' great end has turned in his gridiron togs for good he said today finally closing out one of football's most fabulous careers The 32-year-old Hutson has tried to retire annually since 1942 but he's making it stick this time announcing that he has a pupil Freshman Clyde Goodnight who will take over left end for the Packers next season SAINTS GET A CATCHER Cotumaus (X Dec MAP)—The Brooklyn Dodgers today sold Catcher John Dantonio to St Paul of the American Association Sale of Dantonio leaves the Dodgers with just one catcher—Mike Sand lock WRESTLING MEMORIAL HALL KANSAS CITY KANSAS TONIGHT! 8:30 Brown r a a I-ism this lit se one or the tashe s t mate a s a et his entire eases as Grab a m b as Droves b I mseit la be the werld's most danear a s shall —ai WORLD'S HEAVY WEIGHT CHAMPION THE k? TITLE e AY STAKE ORVILLE 1111OWN —vritsus— C ciRwOb1Y GRAHAM 4-ALL-STAR CHES-4 TICKET A NOW ON PALE AT MEMORIAL HALL DR 2E21 0 ncagonDs MEW TREADS FOR SMOOTH TIRES - WITH MARIN —NOT RATIONED $ 27 00 tooas : ' TIRES LOANED MI elude A lbsiber LEAVE YOUR CAR IN THE MORNING : AND DRIVE HOME IN THE EVENING : BlEerood WITH 4 NEWVIIHECAPS 3744' Broadway - VA 4777 TRADE WINOS ON Several Big League Clubs Are Reported About Ready to Complete Deals a TRIBE MAY SWAP HEATH Teams Also Said to Be Rudy to Sign High School Players tin der Certain Conditions Columbus Dec MAP) —A proposal to - permit baseball clubs to sign high school players under certain conditions —a proposal that met with one warning of the possibility of "conniving"— was laid before the minor leagues meetings today as baseball's great lobby-sitting sweepstakes started official business amid brisk talk of ivory trading After three days of the doldrums the trade winds began to blow up a real storm With the opening of the convention of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues an opening that Minor League Czar Judge W G Bramham sparked with a blunt warning to club owners to avoid any "wild scramble to win a pennant" by going on spending sprees for talent Tribe Won't Take Moses 4 Leading the ivory market stock I reports was one that a deal had Just about been completed sending Jeff Heath Cleveland's "bad boy" outfielder to the Chicago White Sox in trade for another flychaser The Tribe however was reported to have turned down the veteran Wally Moses and asked for Taft Wright or Thurman Tucker Back of this one the winds blew such rumors around as: 1 Talk that the Chicago Cubs are interested in Shortstop Eddie Miller from the Cincinnati Reds and a left-handed pitcher from the St Louis Cardinals 2 Bidding by both the world champion Detroit Tigers and the White Sox for Second Baseman Ray Mack of Cleveland 3 Interest expressed by the New York Giants in Catcher Walker Cooper now on lend-lease from the Cardinals to Uncle Sam's armed forces after a hot salary row with the Cards last spring Phils May Get McCormick 4 Word that Prank (Buck) McCormick Reds' first sacker is on the block and that the Phillies wouldn't mind getting him 5 Whispers of a possible bit of business between the Reds and Brooklyn Dodgers involving Dodger Outfielders Louis Olmo or Dixie Walker and Reds' catchers Ray Lamanno and Ray Mueller The Phils too were said to be interested in the two catching Rays The proposal that a club be permitted to sign a schoolboy still in school in "unusual cases where ! When You Buy EL PRODUCT° CIGARS there's no need to Stop Look and Fumble tor F :T:" tTULSAVSI GEORGIA o THE NEW HUSKER COACH— Bernie Masterson 34 head football coach at St Mary's pre-flight school in California yesterday was named head football coach at the University of Nebraska to succeed Col Lawrence M ULM Jones whose resignation was announced Monday Masterson played for Nebraska from '31 at '33 Be is a lieutenant commander in the navy a boys principal and his parents jointly agree that emergency circumstances are such that the boy's best interest would be served" was made in the report of the joint ADDITIONAL SPORT ON FOLLOWING PAGE major-minor league school committee The recommendations were approved by H V Porter executive secretary of the National Federation of State High School Athletic associations GATEWAYS HIT 10672906 The Painters lionever Win Two Classic League Games Although the Gateway Sporting Goods rolled 1067 for high single game and 2908 for high thirty in the Greater Kansas City Classic league at the °Andel Lembke alleys they dropped the odd game to the league leading Mid-Continent Painters The Painters copped the first tilt by a 1-pin margin The Leader Clothing Co dropped two games to the Budweisers winning the second game with 1019 Palace Recreation won two from Pastime Alleys Chet Strehlow leading the winners with 603 Eddie Breit of the Kelvins with games of 203-210 and 203 set the pace for the team's two victories over United Amusement Fred O'Boynick led the league In individual scoring with a 248 single game and 643 for high thirty Con Maloney had 616 Jim Soptic 616 Vince Powers 615 and John Hanis 613 Team scores: Oatewsv Berating 0966 873 1067-2906 Mid-Continent p 967 948 907-2622 Leader Clothing 924 1019 929-2672 Budweiser' 938 963 949-2850 Palace Rerrestion 924 884 935-2743 PlhitIMO Allevs all 905 864-2580 Kelvins Jewelers' 1313 815 1191-2579 rinited Arnii4emen1 982 839 8411-2579 Oil fowl Officials Select Rival Teams for the Game at Houston January 1 NO CHOICE IN RECORDS Hurricanes Victors in 7 Games Bulldogs Winners in 8 Have Lost 2 Each Houston Tex Dec 5(AP)1 —The University of Tulsa and the University of Georgia with records of seven and eight victories against two defeats for the season respectively and each ranked with the top teams of the country1 will meet in the 011 Bowl foot-! ball game January Georgia this morning accepted an Invitation to appear in the bowl subject to approval of the South-I eastern conference Tulsa gave its acceptance this afternoon subject to approval of the Missouri Valley conference Approval in each case waist considered only a formality It will be the fifth bowl game for Tulsa in five years — the Golden' Hurricane having defeated Texas Tech 6-0 in the Sun Bowl in 1942I having lost to Tennessee 14-7 in Ithe Sugar Bowl in 1943 having lost Ito Georgia Tech 20-18 in the Sugar Bowl In 1944 and having defeated Georgia Tech 26-12 in the Orange Bowl of 1945 - It will be the third bowl engagement for Georgia The Bulldogs appeared in the Rose Bowl in 19431 defeating University of California at Los Angeles 9-0 They played in the Orange Bowl in 1942 beating! Texas Christian 40-28 1 Georgia one of the best teams in the nation down the stretch lost toI Louisiana State and Alabama one of this year's Rose Bowl teams But with the addition of the great! Charley Tripp! discharged from the service in mid-season the Bulldogs started rolling and at the close were going like a house afire Georgia holds a 27-21 victory over Miami which plays Holy Cross in the Orange Bowl Tulsa lost two close games-7-21 to undefeated Indiana and 12-6 tot undefeated untied Oklahoma AI and M ASHFORD Btt-a uN JOB Missouri Valley College Post Is Resumed by Ei-Navy Officer MARSHALL MO Dec 5(AP) Lieut Volney Ashford who has been in the navy physical training program since April 1943 returned here today to resume his duties as coach and head of the physical culture department at Missouri Valley college With the exception of the last few months spent at Iowa City Coach Ashford was stationed dl- '- navy service at Chapel Hill N C BUDDY RYAN A PILOT SACRAMENTO Dec 5(AP)I—John (Buddy) Ryan former manager of the Sacramento Solons was named today to pilot the Wenatchee Wash club in the Western International Dependable quality has won thousands of smokers for El Product° When you reach for your El Product° there's no need to stop and fumble before you make your choice for every El Product° is a perfect smoke consistently Always mild because they are always the same skilful blend of choicest tobaccos Always the best smoke your money can buy because their quality is consistently the best El league Wenatchee was recently acquired by the Salons as a farm club AWARDP:TV7THI HORNETS Grid Letters Given Twenty-fly Players at North Kanha City At the annual football banquet Coach Clyde Cooper of the North Kansas City football team presented twenty-five boys with grid letters Nineteen seniors and six juniors received the awards Those receiving letters were: Bob Black Jake Bowles Leroy Breshears Everett Brown Junior Canaday Bob Clay Vance Davis Howard Dawson Mel-yin Ditty Ray Eubanks Ed Giskie Lee Allen Goodpasture Wilbur High-fill Bill Kidd Donald Klein Norman Klein Tom McCully Gene McDowell Bill Overfelt Dewey Powell Marion Rupard Eddie Simmons Bob Sutton Bob Talbert and Gene Tur net The Hornets had as their guest Huston Betty assistant coach at Missouri university who showed the squad moving pictures of the Nebraska game Wilber Hightill senior guard wss elected honorary captain for the 1945 season and received a star on his letter A LONG GAM TO STEELERS The Sheffield Steelers last night defeated the Lexington Mo town team 34 to 28 in overtime Routchens scored ten points for the winners while Bland paced the invaders with eleven Lexington led 15-13 at half-time but the Steelers were on even terms 17-all at the third quarter The clubs were tied 23-23 at the close cf regulation time WRESTLING MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM KANSAS CITY MO WORLD'S GREATEST HEAVYWEIGHTS EVERETT MARSHALL LEE —vs— WYCKOFF 5 SUPER MATCHES POPULAR PRICES TONIGHT! 8:30 P M MAIN ARENA AMERICAN LEGION SPONSORS SPORTS INC DIRECTORS El Producer) Cigars are coming back into cigar cases as rapidly us our facilities will permit We hope it will not be long before your favorite! sire will be available and your dealer will cheerfully say —"El Producto?—What size pledger RADIO BATTERIES 90-Volt A 4t B Power-Pak 43-Volt B Batteries MARSHALL AUTO STORES I AlCIGAI-:Sr T i"- 6r real enjoymerzt -'rii -' sN74'ovir-7) 1' ' ' l' ::- ' 1'2J IFk71 - When You Buy r : - I EL PRODUCT° CIGARS : s i 4:: f Air there's no need to (: - t Stop Look and Fumble r 1 0 0 f 4 r ' e ! ll 4F? 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