Decatur Evening Herald from Decatur, Illinois on October 10, 1930 · Page 21
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ante IIAlEEKS IPEAT1929 OVER YALE Irs Invade Bowl In portant Eastern 1 Struggle YEAR, 15-0 IK. Get 10-With bflsfc. until tinotlwr titkos on * ii-si-Hko uif thls w nik- f u s t ulnss Internee- n t h t hook-i. uf t h e Smith's major ' "' ^e Knit'* Unnsl J Hi* football spot A t l a n t i c *uhonrtl i and rmitmbly Iha bm\. l ,,. . -,,,. HJWOU. Thf J a np-»nortdr in Itself, i. |;i Tech-Ci»rnef,'lp Tfcli nro slight fn\ o( a wealth vl talent headed b ?pl sttvngtti In lf)th or P:rt nir. i t - r l-i pcifonly u l l l n u t «s ml((c, if any, o%*r iici* it · llRhl. I'*0r Ih* thf- (iiinch packnil In iaurf. h.-xvltift trnvclert tn i i - n r only to rrriihc ,1 t i l l * (1 I N o l l l ' ··tut a vou-nni fi I C H H I that Ihii n i - , )i b(- wilder InR ttrinv C!tiitnln Mdf- " C n t i l i f H h " Kniltli of tlic tlnt-il end* in rvi-n (in t l i n t S-(h l ,1 loisloil riivdrlti' - K i t i n K o n « l n r ' » Irnti. ,\ «i-t fn-ld hmvi-vcr, wmi t [»rn |r Qjality ' brim* . . . ^icw Irs that Are ·mftlt " Special Hnt liety with which ' cvcrv type n» f ) eiser DECATUR HERALD FRfDAV EVENING, OCTOBER 10) 1930. DECATUR HERALD 21 ST PLAY IN HERALD'S MINIATURE GOLF TOURNAMENT NEAR FINISH {RAM MAY BERRY FIRST TO FINISH IN TITLE ROUNDS Constants Must Finish play On All Courses By Saturday Night SPIRITED COMPETITION hniA M n y b o r r y , cuddy ai Sunny«(l«. hn» given other golf. fM iri Th« Hernld's rnmintuie j-otf toiifn»ment »ome(hinfr to jhfior ttt by Wintt the first to C(rri p) r .tr hi* iwtndd of ill nin« courses in th« city. Mwybftrry wllh an /IVPIIII;I «f M 1-3, hcllt-ve will be HRST TO FINISH dill in 'hi 1 on hi" "*n ttiurif. whlli- 11» won B) at the KUlorfiilo OAnl«i». n n e i (vf the ulcklOiit CMinr* tn t^ tour-, namcnl r n r f f l c n t n l l y Ihls course , pmtiHbly will p i n v u ft ' Hoik fnr mure thin) one niutiilftn All lh- ii'. I i f Mn *'«r* In MM If ii re k f M d t l c ' i n etiiirnj' will hnv »|ilt- l fftnipfltlMon f m m Hill Knmk. · litil roniJif P h n m p l n n , fW)' Noll , Rill Siiiothi-rt Of tin"*!' K u r e k ; I4f*viinil in f l n l « h w i t h thr lictil iiv- ' fidgc ffnrolit r^n(t and (.covet hen- ·on occitipv the rile of rtnrlt horses J M thM- hnvf. jitnypil (fvfpr ronrup* ' dni havi- « i hnnrc tn I n n d n r n n n g t h e j ii l Illrtldi.! l I H l r f m l l i l c Ul Jlll'h B vfiniin iimniiK Hi'' wnnii'd fluiltsits. , sn cupnly ttn the} Imni'hf'tl. Mis. Krl Klllln^lun »nd M t » . F'. I,. 1 miner « . , i n i n ' ih(im[)l«ivi nf ( l i e CounUy rinh J r . nfid M n i l p l t t i cmu-tiaa, «v , 1 Ourwr pltiwrt t h » | ln ; I* [·. hffMtKf Mio hs inniit mntilici nnl 1 ,1-nd it Jiinlnrp. i ,u i IM Jem- Hie Bobhi JOHM ff ( h n lutiloi Inn Ml« pm « on thn (·'iMr'f. i i M u i M c d n t i " n l l i n 10 him l n ! tin- fkiii liiv of M«y tinrt he h « " J iniintMni-rl ihc »nnn- *tn«ly K«H on n i - i v rmiiflf. Hr him phi.vi'd Hit i l o K ( nt f n i ) i i t l t f n [lit 1 ! 11 !""' 1 to hl ' H f t h , ' h o i n i l F'fih\ Iti'diul M«ir»n J u n i o r i t i n m r i whi in on lilx hc*li In n i n l c h - f, |ii-i,vc[i to d u l l And nv\i ntiup f t him in flip HOW THEY STAND i c !hc nfloroN tutncd In iu ((AM bv [InnlMtK in The ttoratd'. mlnliitviri' j;flf touinnroriu to dutc O.ntrittnntit lire i c m l m l o d tllat Ihes ituLit piny pu-h o[ the nine coucaos In thd tournninent. and hovo lutirnH to»i|tPtcil hy Saturdti)' night I ' l i u i M u ' i i n i m o i J a i u naked t o th(ini' «U .TOI i-j t l m l ilo not appeal to 1'tte llfmM'i uporttt d r p a i t nl uni'p. and notify o( any er l o i In «tti ml lug a below. I l l ,\ r. | J I \ I f i l l l . S , I n i n U . M t i i l i i ' i i . i . M n r i r i l w BELIEVE IT OR NOT. -oi CAM WRITE WIN 6 FINGERS AT THE SAM i. TIME OWNS *HBI» THAT CAY* AM ECO tVenr «*.-( IM THfi WATBRIMd TROIKA PANIC IF DEMOCRATS WIN IN NOVEMBER, SPEAKER DECLARES* SATURDAY GAMES IIU.1I II t l l K I I , M l l l l 1 1 [ , l l n h . 1 1 . 1 , 1 , . I 1, I L J * . . 1 tl i , ' i i K ' i t u rn, GIAfP MARCH LIGHT IS -FOUND" ST M J l ' l V M i ' . ' A 'MOHI-OI || L :hl. I m t n l l i r l ilni-lm' i i i , . \v,,rld l''nli iiful nliri'wr l i , i ^ i , l i f n di"t|itti Us l r » . inciiil'nH |Mnv(if Nlni« N to tic f i x f i t . nti'l tl i n v (lii'u'f I l i n ITS tutlci II H riU'uMn of mi a |.|..;ir nljrht Thn llrtit h f.n r h « (lumi- of i l n Utiiwrilrv cm. city hall, (r lin* n PffflM Icni 1\\f fi-ct In illnirwiltT nml nn *t m, h piujflLnoi'. Tit* ftrr tilth t EI ni-rntc i I'lf) nn),r(to fftndte |»ow"r. Thn UKIU wii* I h n Inrjredt ever rnn- rtrucltrt hy Hi,. Ofmeinl Blnctrlp rfimpnny, which hnt lo chflok "buck on rwoi-d* 10 vi-ilfv HIP fftcil It h»l Wit H. French Finn TO Spend $4,000,000 On Bourse ·II, I ·.,( I I , , I ' r j i n r · M i i c - W IC I t n j S ..... 1,1 .11 limnil . I . I M I I 1 l l . t . 1)111 i M I i l l , , I ,Kllr,.|l . . I , · I H t , |. i I .111 I N .1.1 I 111 r I '111 l.'llln, flltrl lintur llr 11*11)1, InnlK ....... n mini, . i n i - . i o N I I I I t ' l l 1 4 1 J v. t M l l l l t t KXPLANATJON OF TESTER- DAY'S CAIU'OON .[(Kjlicy Purko HIK|B in In Two D«y« On Ocl 16. 19£l. at the Track, Kontuokv, Park* rode aovon horjicji, rivp of whfc}), Orlova, Winjf Bolt, D«r« Sfty, R u n CJuot and Who MAROA INDEE GRID TEAM WANTS GAME FOR THIS SUNDAY Tlic Mmun Ituiepondpnl toolhnll ir-am. wliu-h l i » l year litkd one of the host rpcouls- «f indee clevpna In Con- Iral Illinois, hnn otjsaniMrt for llils flencon, unil wnnw to schndule a game foi this Sunday. The munaeer In K. E. WrlBhl, at Maroa. The ti-nin 1st eompowd miwtly of nluninl of M.IIOH I l i p h whool. ftnc! nil ( h e filuyer.i nrc u-slilcnf* of I h o town. I-int yetu tliey won four iintl lost I wo, bwilhtg il'intlci'lln, STrriiirur Flnihi» Dfcnttu Tnd( es mid Vor- sylhe. Known, were winners. Tht foTtawlng day ha also rode aeven mounts, and again five of them won, Erlangei, Quotation, Winner-Take-All, Motrlc and Pindar Feel In thosa M races Psrke also established a record for thnt lime, having ridden seven eon- Kecutlve winners. Conditions In Southern Illinois Not Exaggerated, J. Ham Lewi* Declares tilt/ s'nUiut 'nii SPRINGFIELD, Ocl. 10 - Reporli of "dnlorab|p condlllons" oi lh tanner In the Southern pottlon ol the ttlolc, linvc not been ratoapirat ed, Jamrt Hurnllton Lew la, Demo rratk scnalorlul cnndldntc, said Pi I day ia he stopped here en route to Beardfltown whore he mnkcs n earn pfijjpi apoeeh Frldnj' nftcrnoon. Conditions in m a n y sffilloni wwt nsKravnlcd by Iho stimmei drouth hut ovrn In thoip commnnltlc.s which escaped the abnormal nrltl condl Bowling Scores ' i l - i l | ,il f, , i ,| , , ,, , ( ,,f J . l D l i f l (,,(!, 'tin Mun 1]«t i o i i n i ' l l him J u i r !c. Th" wnrk will n ii hf D t n r t c t l «!i- III I'KU nnrl v |i I.,MM-« iiili-qmic ·I^i" fnr thus" i i ' n i i i n K In xtr'i KI ^tltt l,r,tnU ^t I h r I I I , i^J'hil J - f n l ' I' of r ""lur,. 'Phn F'.ntli 1,1 \vnn l\ pl'O I' nt Wll IK"rt In f h n l l c l l t i u »-i» '^ in nm-rivii,null, f i n u n r n h m . null- nici-iiiii:i,' miolh^c en l'i Mr-,. M ItHli'.JIlii'i, t . . ,lr, I M L ' M . . . ', I - H I I U l l ' 1 iii, i . iiruui] ...... Mm lun. i 1,1 ..... HllH .. . "I, Mr.. IV I.. Mil in IT. \tllrlotlil U r l u i i ' l ....... ' "it i i u i i l n . . H. 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JIM r , , r l ! nil t h 1 7 1 l l r 11,1 i'1| 1194 i i ' l "il I d l l h M:i MuLiK''-- 1BI !rt 'il 'f«i«l Paw, Braril By direct «t«f»mshlp rout* It Ii 3,258 miles from Para ta Lisbon, Portugal, and 3,260 from Pnra to Ctel- veston, Tex. Tomorrow! The Legist* Mountain Cllmlwr tlon, the agricultural situation IB bad Lew IN said. tn addition to speaking at Beards town. Low la U scheduled to talk At JRushi'llle, Mt. Sterling and Qulncy today and tonight, Tomorrow he will address audl e nets ai Carthage, M acorn ta and Can Ion. Duck Fished From Pond Has Turtle On Its Neck ft« unlti-d ritft.t SOMERTON, O. -- Th* K«nn«sth and Harold Moore famlllet recently had turtle aoup and rosst duck at thn »ame meal here. On the Moore (arm pond a duck floundered around In the pond with Its head beneath tho water's surface, It was fished out wllh a rake and a largo turtle wns attached to the cluck's neck. crallc victory In the November election might cause t panic In bunlnoM, R«nick W. Dunlap, AanlnUni Stern- tary of Agriculture told a political gathering- hare Thursday night. ·Should th« Democratic party be ccMftful In th« coming flection," Dunlap said, "normal buslmisa condi tlons would b« delayed until 1933." Form commodlUcd, althotiRh they arc not an high nit they should be ars higher under the nroloctive tMfK/ than unUertthe policy oi (ret trndo or tariff for rcv«nua only urged by Democrat*, he (Bid, "The price of all farm pi-odwola *t thin tlma, of which w» do not h*vo a trcmcndoun surplus, it qutte sre tin- factory." Dun In p ataied, Captures 40 turtles In a Week 1 ! Search rflu FiinlHt Firm.} SVLVAN1A. O.-- J, DatUH Stiohl, oxpcrt turtle catcher, recently captured 40 moB* back turtle* in a week's hunt The turtlfn had nnt «gfr*s»t* weight of 300 pound*. Strohl doesn't /lah (or hln turt!«s. Ho calcben them barehanded. Hf, onc» got one weighing 42 pounds. tltu nnUnl Preta.l 'CINCINNATI. O. -- Huekl*b«rr' Finn IB suspected to have been thi Inspiration of four Cincinnati boys, the cldeHt 13 and the youngeit 9, who "hooked" a flat boat on the Kentucky side of the Ohio river and started aoitth to eflcape going to ichool.. Thing* were going gr«M until the youngeitl fell overboard. HI* erlea attracted police. Now they're In school. BOWL FOR HEALTH Good health demand* exercise and there is no better »port for cxercine than bawling. Come and bowl on the finest alley* and with the finest equipment in Decatur. You'll like to bowl. Try it today. Decatur's Bowling Parlor S30 N. WaUr Ohio Fanner Raiiei Crop of Hulleii Oats illy llatini I'rm.f VAN WBHT, O, - Oftln wIlllQUt hulls, helkvcd t» hnvt bfwsn flrnt In- troducod In Ohio by Jtwtph Hern I, who !lvc« Houlh of hcr«, hivi- uroiintd connlleriUj4 Intcivnt tmong fsrmcrt In Vnn W«it county. An Httht were field of hiillPM ottU, grown hy H«r- lie, waa |lnntcd nixl ripened «hekd of fllher varlctleH plunt««l ear I Iff. INDIANA'S HONEY CROPFAU50FF moJ honey ' production of */MO,MO pound* win drop u tfeout UM0900 pound* ttili y*»r, ChtriM Tort, liMd iha nut* conMrvAilon d*pMtm*iM. rtt iht. apury in«p*ttfon **rvlea of predicted. Dry wwthtr, hunting ir«w »»d ho««y plant*, buwly J» r». npon*lbXi for th« «normou* In th« crop, ihii tKptrt Mid. Tninl HM Tl J IVl " I K i [rut. Tut nninihti -no i;; r%i. MI iitmit. .ti« »:IT IM 1:1*. \i,]il,.in'ii |i!i nil n.' '11 11, mill . i ; j is; LIU ins i'i-ir 111 HU ll'i ··"! sir, 4 - r It'll I !' ('i)linnlly .1".- I H Lin i..r Ti.ll.-i l s lls II! V i /inn,(i.''i, u i t i f i: Till n I . 7sil 71! . 71: ' ·"· I't.vFi'loi^- rot "inki'ii . I T I m i:'i f h'i'i»i n i u 1-'- u t'j.ltll! , . l i - J H 111 IJ"i I'liuli,, irn tin iv: is ! I'.lKl-i . !M 1(111 HI :.-, I Tiitm »*ii tnr *Jt*t;n He Paid for Soot and Experience /^INE of our long time customer*, strayed away for a coal that cost several dollars more per lorri This is the fruit of his experience in his own words; "The SOOT was terrible, We had it in the furnace, in the chimney, on the roof, and in the house, SOOT, SOOT, everywhere," JV| OW he is again using Decatur 4 mined coal and says he will continue to do so, VOU may profit by this customer's experience. Buy Riverside Soot- less Coal which ie as nearly SOOT- LESS as it is possible for any col to be. A CLEANER house, furnace and ihimney and a smaller coal bitt and juat as much heat. MACON COUNTY COAL CO. Telephone 4444 Would You Cut Your Hair OF COURSE, YOU WOULDN'T «/ Me lefl/ If Youdidnt Have ike DOWN AND THE BAUNCf IN X PAYMENTS Thin in lh« IHKI wtfk o f t l i l K Hi lxilt nalo fcut w« Rdvtn* your «arty *t«nf- v-y null tn n nrw Frtll 16SO mm*l! ' Down NEWSPAPERBBCHIVE®

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