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Sepp, In Role Of Bull Wrestler, Checks Out ' · ^TMT"^TM""""""TM^~~TM Fails lo Offer Himself as Human Sacrifice to Humor, on* Sport Promoter. YALE ONE-MILE RELAY TEA M EASILY BEST COMBINATION IN YEARS ·T FHAflK WBIR. They have a novel way of drawing ·MMlty houees at «t)ortln» events down IB Chile, the land of nitrate and beevlly (plead food. The promoter* echeme around so o«a of I be partldpenu is killed aad then get the areesee running full f i t printing tlcketa for Oie bumner crowd! that arc anr« lo flock to the reu entertainment 8EPP9 EXPERIENCE Auffuit Sepp. Decatur grappttr, ha* not alwaya been a wrestler ' He baa been a farmer, atage driver, hoatawaln'a mat* professional strong maa and last but not least an opponent for wild. South American bull* Thla laat occupation furnishes the excuse for this story BKOKE AND AMBITIOUS Ten rear* ago. Sepp a mere j o u t l i . wa* atrmnded In Antofsgasta, Chile Me had left hi* ahlp when It* American crew deaerted and a complement of Spaniard* took their places. A Chile promoter »aa deep In plan* for the staging of a match betn een a « l l d bull and a h u m a n wrestler and It* show w a » threatened w i t h ills- i n o t i o n w h e n his wrestler refused to t - « t r r t h e l i n g w i t h t h e pimpis srnp j v t c r ^'PP heard of th* predicament the pK.mote- was In and decided to lake a t hance \ f»t IIUTM looked alglm good to h i m at t h a t time t h e bull was oarefullv selected a t n u g h hardy animal with long horn* K'ld a wild h u n t e d look but gentle at h.urt and filled w i t h a k l n d l j feeling m « a r d h u m « n l t % SPnUADS THE I N K Much r u b t l c l t v waa gl%en t*ie shon f*pv waa billed aa the champ'on h u l l wrestler of P.usnla. and the paper* were filled w i t h M* exploits *Mi«ust Sepp k n e w that a bull was ^ntie relation to a st»alc Ivir the tdei · t wrestling t h e m an\ rUce but on s p l a t e w a s · range to h m 1 he Mg da\" a r r i v e d anil t h s C h i l e I r i n s flocked to th* slai r h f r ^·pr arrived l a t e M« l a t e as Ii" t o lid and s t i l l he counted as a t n o i s t n » « e rtre«ent Ha donn»d his f i c h t i n c cl t l i e a n d 'nte--d the arena 1 he c r o w d n c aimed t h « b r a v e R i i U M a n I e i \ 1 idi « a s I n p p v e x f f p t on* I nhon- n n s a i l o r Still Scpp 1 new I Is h j l ind lrl evcl tl at w i t h a l i f l c l u c k li- coi 11 et b vv tth Ill's ' i f i it l",a«t I hen Scnp K 0 r [) le k ], OCtv O f ),| s Not any There wa» no b u l l u resiling that tunny afternoon EXPLAINS HI8 SIDE. Sepp hired an Interpreter and his aid* of the question waa explained Tna crowd proied good sportsmen and was w i l l i n g to do without Its killing for the afternoon Sepp .offered to meet a u j other b u l l except that particular one. and then entertained the fan* w i t h his strong man act* He collected his end of the (ate and decided that butcher ehops were (rood placea after all e\en at present prevailing price* Even now. It \i said, he tip* his hat when paaslng one LEFT TO RIGHT; NORTON'. CIMPMAV. GR1LFASS AND G4TES. 1 eats of bating and b r i l l i a n t p i t c h i n g seem to make a g i c a ' T ni- pression on famlom than e x t r t o t d l nary w o r k In the field Perhaps no team In recent sears could b« offertd · s greater example of this t r u t u than tne ^e^v To-k Yankees ·abe Math, avblr awatatei br saaa WASJI UPSET Oxford Crew 3 to 1 Favorite. P u t n e ^ E n g l a n d , A p i l l 6--T)-B u l l i n g t h e i r oars in splendid unison Cambridge s crew of joungsters w o n a b r i l l ant Mctorv In the a n n u a l ^', m i l e boat l a c a on t h e Thames tli a f t e r n o o n oxer an Ov'ord l e w mote ««ae» alv«*;ar* ··! ·· ailfck. tmg ataff. saado ke Taakaea · siarb I talked ···«( team laat year. ruth, with his ability to hit the ball f a r t h e r than any plajer In the hlstorv of the game, ha* won for himself almost lallv headline* Tl-e Babe w i t h 41 home ruia to his credit led the American League and "In-ed li-inors w l i C. W i l l i a m s of t le N n ic r al Tkr turn* rrritll Bahr'a luMg hits ratker taan kl» ·rn»a1lonal cntckes I n««h nmklna quite n few la«t *ea- son experienced, and header, but bereft f o r f e w precious mlnute,s of the capacity for finished team work Oxford stroked by the Americar oarsman. TV p Mellen, hero of last ear'» race was a 8 to 1 favorite and wa* conceded the \ lotory beforehand bv everv or tio w r i t i n g for the British press LEATHER IDEAL. Weather and water conditions (ware Ideal, and hundreds of thousand? cheering BrICon* w e r e massed along both banks Cambridge'* time was IS m i n u t e s 11 seconds, the fastest ever r o w e d In an Oxford-Cambridge race w i t h the exception of O x f o r l i \ l c t o r \ In 1911 w h e n -the t i m e w TS 18 m i n u ' c s , 21 seconds TYGER STAR HOLDS UNIQUE SWAT RECORD H«rrv nellmann, hardhitting outfielder o( the Detroit Tyger*. Is the only right-handed batter to lead the American League clubbers alnce 1305 Hellmann has topped the pack twice--In 1921 nnd 1923 He Is »lso one of the few to bit over 00 for thn season In J O O i Lirrs Lajolc t h e n -with C l e v e l a n d w is K H H t t I n g champion Th« r i o n c l i m a n was a ilght- tnnded su Inger Then can-e f.rorge Stone. TV Cobb, Sje«l«r and SlfOer to claim highest h i t t i n g - honois All of them -were or are iouthpew :louters Of this quarter. Cobb and 81e- l«r hase both turned 400 and or Cobb has got Into that class jn three occasions and Staler s\lce FOflJ.H.U. w e i » opened a n d I n came l h « « l h » b u l l ~'i f f l K « w l n t n n a n l i m !· \ \ s « It w a s in t v«r w l ' r t anJ i f t t'if ^m« « n m i l u a l J i a t h i d bee i i r r ' u I v In ml plcl r,] i i r i v w or iv vrcvoT * » n n i 1 i ^ m o t e i fis- ire I l i n t a t t n ^ i l ^pp n o i hi d r « \ v » h c f a n s i i n t i l t l t i iles n I t l u x t vho« and w · i» i ' ct! « in n «r t l i a i the hi 11 .houll ^ t l C x 1 1 1 h f r i l " i l l ^ X l C l ' t « fr-tv o/cn t i i i c s n n l n k s b n i t on h · r n n « I ' d\ n H i 1 is 1 or f« ^Mip t b o n p h t f a « f ^\ hat Kood w o u l t n u c h o s pe«o« do . l^ad c epp* T if* i Ihf-e ^ * the pilch ig Hox t ^ha.« I e\ Pennock Bush anil .Icnes the o u t b t a n i l i n g s t a f f of t le major leag jes \ n x tea n 111 it opposes t l i c \ftnkees faces BT "»J p i t c l u n K It ** a r ^ c n l a r die Clas^^ w o r k In t h K depart n e n t of p a\ has been sn Im i»ortant f a c ' o i in tJie sticces* of t h e "i in vec*; **·* P O r U L V R \ T'ui Cambi clge v i c t o r y w a s a mos! popul ir one ·« 1 h the sast clenici t In the sport l o s l n c population 1 O these people Cimb'lclge %\ is · the a 1 Brit Ish crew Thev u o \ e r f o i e r o t t l i a t p s f o - d Ind i f o i e l g n e t -- a 1 a n l t c -- M i o k l n g i t « sncil -O-- Head Ire f-\\n he-\t cegs -nil 1 r u l e th s scar Js t h i s a d i r i s ' r r i c k at the new bis: I c i s u e n u n a j c i s 01 tlio t o o l l d g e a d n i n i s t i a t t c n As set u n t o i t i n-Ucls no on« K ckort P a u l n,- s u o f f t h e to|i Uie ' U n s h t n i j t o n m o n u n o u t \ Exhibition Games. j - . ... T f hi n l.lphia Ii H,I«|I i» i i · I'ln * W k r n Ike A nitkee* w«m tkr rlgkl ti. ylnr Ike «.l»nt», tkelr rhancr* of ulnnlna- »·» flvnrrd no 1ke pl«eh. UK 4inl ImltUx ulrengtk of Ike club *.·- l . J t h K 3 e « *r RO t'lo Y-irl i w t \ mi L t O \ M U O ked CTpi -islon M i n n , - it the hie 'ellon busteil bom tl f \ n u ic\n league c n t i v had a f i n e c i i r c o 13 w in r i U h l i i K s\a-i B U O I I edinl cor*ll- onti-.n w n j Until s b a u n sj po;«i H i m ·- r n o (.rrit M f c i R t h of tl r , S-n I "o^ M i t e caused t n « team to be mdc l a v o i f o \ c i t h e _imits ' s I tln s t, os . to H P f i t thr I i i°ct i gs n a u 01 Ul c i « --O-- j --" p ,, _r\ rns s' M a n l ' e s « H i g h Via 1« s i » K K I i -- H i e s c-s v 1 n M \ a n K i * s * ^\ ord rs '* p i n -- \ pRt 1 ia*-lt*iis \ * ^vv ee «. Han biers \ s Rca'-cit* \\eln »(Hs -- '0 V 11--C D A 1 " d g u S I n --Gunhand* I i u i « i H v -- i l R i o Too n n"n 1 i di --~ l in -- I I kli v H I ovv ' D e n t « ·» M Djb^ 'I r i --Open THK U V l l \ - l l I I O W I I N ( . I I II L U G L h , 6-1 \ \ D 1 N O Team I k r iiur*tl«n HH \\ E i. * r e f r . b u r t «. n ,_ V n r q i n n ) n Sptnce .na I u hc ome of Ikr k t K on Ihr muck over le me nt Ibe A r r l i v l", ub» tulKkc-il rl. tlMn't en«bu« naks a* fielder*. --O-of « ' i l t h '·; \ e i \ l i u e i e ' t l n g the iecor('s show t i n t last sei ' N o l k l e d t h e \ m - - r i c a r *ii« w i n a i i T c c n t i f . " o' D 7 7 More ntor««.tnn, is tho fact t i al · m i l l 4 « t a b l slmd l i s t K.-J- |, d,^ ling up bv i n a j o i U a p u c No cl i . n h perl nps l ? rir-1\ n f , IM.I c o t n i l e r d b l o to lo o w i n g e v e r t h o u g h t h e as loot sight of In t h e i e '" U ' S ·"' d ""- Cn " l R of t h e 4~ I L\ nir II Intm 7 t I t i l l i c i t IA a i c l l e f ac t i n t I f 1 n po w e n t u to th» j^il IK d t a m a l o ('.lie lie Ins been l i l t l o m o t e tlmii a n o N v co nit. Ton can t K e e p a Ions b u t t h e n t*n cnoi g i n tho pi i/e Hfi I, t l i e p i n t K l BRIDOR \M HtNTl9T« Train* n 1 IVt I t N H I G H I bO I I « n M c l n U0\ I T ,, m m dorv n ls is long f t i i (Is a " ^ r i b l i iir n p a n i n d , f f i icncls e v t s T J a v v i i v he ne v pa p e t « am p u t t i n g .a in w I t t e n bv M i i a l i a m I uicoln l u s p t ' e o t llmt w e i b l n u Die o l d bov vv a* T n o eicit u i v . ' * * * f K P l c d n i l i n i\ o u n led RO elerM ri \v h i ti \\ c qinet a n d i i n f \ onl C u l ( i w i r g l o t h mean s p i l n g v \ r a t l i t i Many Candidates Out for I Bakeball Team. WlUi the gvm f e s t i v a l now h f s t o t j and a better brand of w e a t h e r piom- ised t h i s week, At ilatlo Dliector Tlol- lle Williams of M l l l l k l n expects o liave plenty of actiuty for the Blue and W h i t e athletes The director w i l l b* In charge of all the work but w i l l give most of hi* attention to the baseball team while Gu* TVebcr w i l l look after the track *iuad w i t h Captain Budds Maxwell. Joe Carp and acme of the other grid \ets will w o r k on the football candidates Baseball track and erring footfall ha* received some attention the last week but not the k i n d of work expected to be s h o w n f i o m (here on out. DIAMOND PROSPECTS Seven "M' men lia\e or are expected to report for the 1924 baseball teim as w r l l as conslderihle new material. Of the old men hick, ex- Cipta n Lcfav B r o \ \ n heids tns list for he w a s f i e best all m o u n d ncr former o i t IB Blue a n d W h i t e t e a m last sealer- Hubeit ' B u n k D«ugla* w h o ;1iow- ewt good promise as a h n r l T M Jlose K-cd S e % f e r o u t f e l r l p t « I a \ e Douthlt a n l i o i t itnp P,nx At l l l k i n M h o p e r f o r m e d o n l l u r d n n d ^ k m n v i . n l o r a second sacUer T i e the let- t^t n en 'I his w u l K H e Coach W i l l i a m s a f n l i b good nucleus to b u i l d u p a team OTHER C \ N n i D \ T E S 1 n u m b e r of otl er p l i \ - 3 " I B M - I b^en o u t f o r t h p » eirU drills and ··nine o^ t h r t n l i a x e R h o w n cons-idet- able i i i o m l s e Art LOIIK" Is Roinir 1^ K:M e «=o ne one a battle for a i I n f i e l d bet th i v ie Decatur bov h a \ l n c r «h sorhcd T. lot or U i ^ e b a l l w 1 ila In St A ato n r a u e m x Fenton S w l t z c r , M^Dci mott ~ln isli Hi laiOson Lamb J5otfcj *oi son K o i t l i Baugli TatoT lenc = » Su'tc inl Tacohson ate on* f o r p}iceg on din I n t i c ' t i or in t'ie Katdons, O w m p r lo the f i i t the diamond h i « n t been reiil\ 'or leal practice- thp m* 1 !! r i i \ e had l i t t l e c^iancc to *»'iow hci \ \ o t t h I n tcie carU d r i l l i B \T1I3RY C \ N D I P \TE« Tour i(.cel\cri a i d at m a n v j'ltch m ha\- r l K t i l f i e d t h e i r I n t e n t i o n o' I \ i n p ci t for the team and w h i l f I h f l r « b i l i t Is i i n k n a w r a t this Hire ·ioma r i r l \ «c«son p r a c t i c e game-- w i l l ir \e tl cm \ clnnce to come t h i o i i B h P I o n e « McDomlfl C o ' t o n a t O P.utchcl ir^ t h e otrli-r» w h i l e Bill liis'io ) of t - u l ! l \ a n M u c h n( H a i t s - b u i K , Tohn'on of Sprlng'tcld W'enm b o f f aMo of S u l l h a n are- the ol lick cr! who h a \ e had experience In prep school or i n d e p e n d e n t circle* i h n f i i ^ t p i m e o f t h e season l r r i^clulcd w i t h B i a d l o \ rn Vpril r an 1 as the Uec i t r a m is a l w n i s one n t t i c " t r n i K P s l in thi» rotifct encr Coarti \ \ i l l l a n i s w i l l h a \ e l o p i e R « n i s t i o iff t r o n t for tl e opcnn s t i l t LESS STILLING Friend Says Firpo To Barken to Tex's Coii Five Yar'd Penalty to Curb Old Time Practice. BV WALTER CAMP. Copvnght 19*4 Tal« a th« (IfIII ·( · frrlrn ol dleaatebea by Mr. Camp Interpret!** 'be cbaB«ea la b» football Ailca, de- elde« upon by tbe football ralea rnm- ·iltlec at lie receat meeting In \ork.) New Y o i k , A p r i l S -- On» o' the most drastic steps taken b% the Football Rules Committee to p r o \ e n t "stalling" was the g H l n g cf arblt rary power to the leferee to refuse !o take time out when, In Ills judg- ·nent, a team attempt* u n f a i r l y to ·aIn time bv send'ng In substitutes or by other means A GOOD THING Another l u l e nhlcli Is expected to h a v e quite an effect on efforts to de lay tlie gams Is that which presides a more ee\ere penalty for captains taking time out too frequently In a half Under the old rule, a captain could taKe time out three Umen In a lialf without penalty. Thereafter Two Big Fights Loom On Horizon -- "Wild Bull** Fails as Business Man. B\ 5.P4UROW MoGA\V. (Copj right. 1921 ) » r d » was Inflicted of tlm« out The Varnell, Olceson nam»d to draft a penalty of for ea^h t a k i n g rule a l l o t s t i m e 01 t four times In a half but makos t h i penaltv for add i t i o n a l d e ! a \ s f i v e "\aids f o r each o f f e n s e THE riri r JLOGH Tlie committee »lio ^trd lo a u t h orl7e the f i e l d judge to 1m reafe h i * sphere of operations L\ assisting t J i e referee and other officials In the matter of determining fouls A epoc lal committee, consisting of MesBrs and Mortce vas more definite extension of the dutle* of t h l » official to be acted upon at the 19.35 raeetniK The 1824 referee probably w i l l "pack* a^gun--not to enforcfc his de crees out to use In place of In* whistle to Indicate the expiration of period Committee members fron the Paclflo Coast reported that the publlo out -there Tvas much pleased at tlie Inno\at1on of pistol s'lots to mark the end of period* and 't was, gcnerallv understood tint the practice v ould be brought Last It has a l w a y s been a h i t c o n f u s i n g not to know - w h e f h o i t h e r f f e i » e s v h i s M » % \ T S for t i m e 01 t or for the end 0' .1 period "" N e w York, April 5 -- Luis F i i p o 1ms reconsidered^ his decision lo abandon the prlie ring, according to a friend In t h i s c l t j , w h o Is In dailv touch w th him. by c«blc According to presci t plans lie w i l l l e a \ e for tho Lnitcd Mates on Apr 1 10 'leK r.lcKard s sil\er o r o raised i n Koldtn iihia^eolog-v. made nil sic th it the *u«ulcious Luis could not listen to umiicntd TWO COMB VTS All the c a r e f u l l y laid plans for a barn-storirlng tour bj Luis, U appears, ha\« heon _ast Into the blue waters of the n\«r Plate He w i l l journey hitherto lo age two corrfbate in return for resounding sums and tho man behind tlie bankroll Is Ulckard Almost any respectablo sum would resound so fat as Luis Is concerned FTIs automobile business has prosed a frost, and Just now he Is Involved negotiations looknjr toward lt» sale The Argentine public never did Bit fcver Firpo *? pout parlers. as diplomats saj, looking towT"*d becoming la. clii7c i cf l 10 America at U th_s lil-n Slatea conslhtcntl v a of the eood old thumbs down. ' CLi' iHM COLD Thev e v e n t u r n e d h i m d o w n on lila f i g h t s .agini'' l a i n i c r Lodve and Lrmin o frpdHa w h e r e is befoie l.ui« liacl proved u i p a t i i o t l o -\er\ cillx-« of Buenos A i es w h o i c n l d l u v hand* upon he pn« t n m d out to kce him beat up 1 nn l i a r \ Luis \ c ^1 cii :;- w h o n ha fou«ltt ^pa I i \s a n c « r i « . i c f hi* int*n« tlon to f i t In niclC ff.r a north Xm«r lean c a m p a i g n n« it k n o w n lUat b* has w o r k e d s i i f f t ' l o i tl% hard to brine himself clo\va lo 21 ~ w l i h more !· come off ) OJ \^, IS In the n c^nUiiu Chilean l u a v v w r e h i n t l m the i Ink., i, a i r l v l u g in I'.omcMo K ''aa, .mil Lul* lo- eight. «i« i u i k loOJ^ Vlctnt. IY COLLEGE SEEK mm ON DFFK Pitching and Defense Looms Up Strong in Training. B T . Louis April 5--Pitching a-iO detensiv* play of the St Louis American* tola jear Is stronger than in 1923 but the attack Is fa- below p a r if the team's peiroimanccs in the exhibition gamo«, can be taken as s criterion \\ i t h the exception of Out- fteldei Bill Jacobson, the clubs sluj:,- eei« h a v e appeared ejcceptlonall) w e a k In the sprlnr practice game« The St Louis- Vatloi als are prepar- 11 K to brea' camp st Bradcntovvn t o m o i r o w nigut B e g i n n i n g foiida the CirciiiaU w i l l pla. exhibltio i games In J a c k s o n v i l l e 1 la feavan nah and NarlnJIlle, ar--hIiiK- heie in t i l e f o r t h e i n t e r - c i t s s c Ics w r h the B r o A \ n « Situirlav and Sunda . ml w i l l facu 1'al Moi.ul aa bis ot' poncut In his c u u i i t o As to lloiua --udl, 3 ck.inl is up a. tccA. here llie bi^* J l i l ^ u L t n net about Konn.ro l.ujis ib tl at lie is a tfluf- lon (01 ;nm ^ h n i c u t Hi u he li«» '* liu 1 nci.kt. I ·- n C · a Luart bcfora h e M i l l i i i i i n d ' h i i I c lias a rlfflit u ' l l ' h h o u - i - - f i . r i f i . l l a f t e r the n - i n i i c i j[ I H I -- i a Is to aav. !· b i i n ^ Y I L in t u u u h o n a e fasuion. u»- ins L ie i i ^ l d oL 1 s fist, and ha e m p ' u j s H ilho ,11 i i l u b \ «l 111* tie «cic ice * i w luts ot iouei, C U 1 1- LJL, i l l l N K l N e . Picl.aid w a n t s u bilng- him «.!«·« and m a k e E O i i i c t h h i R of hlnu Meno* he do«.«n t v j n t to hiss him be«t»a m tiis f i i ' t ^\l \vlnir "Ihua an exponent w II l o c , ! . f u l l picked. On* thing is ~erta n s\ 'looser Kojaa face* her^ SMI! bo i fight and aCter all t h i t is w h a t t h o f a n i w a n t Kirjro lias in en "J t h a t a man w lie ss ill £O to i In lie r l n c geta t h a cros\l w i-nhc- l e Is I mien or not. and so v ith the bit Chilean As to 'lie upi»et of ih«s projoclej C a i p e n t i e r C i b b o n H b a l i l o In f a s o r of l rrccting b"twoeli i u n n * y uid Clirp w h i c h ciL^-^d t l i o p r i u c l p H l r x u l l f * n i e n t of the p i c s r n t . w . . K lh i e le n o t h l n e n « tr. u i o I H i l l s L.lb-.r.lt Ins * coijr' 1 * fccw I IP 1 moot t na A m e - i t *n h ^ h t 'IP i \ \ s\ o i g h t c h a n i n i ' t n 0 1 J i no C r ' nr h*lj v ir Her 111 k u n l e au«piccs aid tint Is all I l i o r e .* l" it L \ c o p t f couis. Ctlblioiix w i l l n » e ho sv it o r -- ' t'!· w l n n o doesn t de elo c Irt ' A i Hcydler Would Change Training Schedule*. Ne\v l i n k , A p i i l 5--Legislation T g i i n « t N i t l o m l loig'« 'eains plas jj g «"ac i o f ' i e r on t i e r s o u t h e r i i r a i n l n p tup.a ssas p edictct! toilas I '^ rrealden* Tohn \ H e s c l e r s s h r l Inn j u s t r e t u r n e d f r c m a l o u r of 1 lorlda. aarmpi rho managet s 'eel t h a t t i c s shoald 'lase 11010 ^ tme« b e t w o o i | t h e ' r t e g u l a r « uid t h e n Va ug:an« ·;ill Mr l l e v d l c r J J «rspnalls. 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At All Prices ·NCWOT TBTNGS tOK MEN" 158 Merchant Street 1 earn I 1 tcl rti I m 4 CM JU M ' b TAKE GOLD NUGGETS FROM OIL WELL San B e i n a r d l n o Cil *pnl '--(/P)-- "iopi a,r« obta ncd In Nor V n u m b e r o' pure gold mggel*, each P ' o ^ m c e Ju^ 1 - soutl sost of pel. l*ase been ' fla'L In tho | , C | V Tv\ n mrr s ^ II* M ll*\l I HI «F» 1 H SI I' i,FAr.i r I IVt I ·· ,0 II r. Ilooslerj iclnf al «ei n a ha' 'w n I' v* e l o u l l !· « u i e lhe\ had ttfc r coif s i oki w iili cm w e vv on Id 11 I vv j t i v Mr A a n d e r l i p 1 a« s u m up hi«- b u s res'- to e\po« e n i l tlie KI i f t in I h c v v o i l d and w e hope lie t m r s h i s Uten'tlon to the p e a n u t v e n d o r s in b i l l parks w h o p u t slng'e goobers I n d o u b l e bar-eleil shells W a s h i n g t o n hai come to fie d» fense of the crow But r t h i s i« I h e same old crow t h e v ii'ed to sell at J a k e s , it needs no d e f e m e - WHITE SEAMAN IS GROWING BLACK! H u l l \ p r l l ·;-- (/T) --The medical I p r o f e « i i o n licie is puz7lcd bv a Dan- Hh seaman sv ho has gradually tur i ed black in the last six months The iman has been admitted to the local Poor Law Hospital The sl^n a'l oser the. bo!» « so d K c o l o i o d t h a t he lo »' i I n s MI o T. nor* o a n o u t the sire of baled out of the G O O - f o o t l e v e l ot a oil -nell belog d-illcil In a. canvon c a r jiere Geologists e x p l a i n t i a i Hie g»kl urobablv was can led «l«vv a II e^ p r c h l i t o i l c stream k n o w n to ^be f l o w m t c 560 feet under the surface It Is b e l i e v e d H i n t this stream H o w - ry] on t h e n r f n - e 1cfoi» the i p rea\ il of the o m l h * cru«t 'ormed ^·ar. E e r n s i d m o nioiinuiln* KOREANS GROWING AMERICAN TOBACCO! S on! 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