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The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 6

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IN Dean Leads In Victories For Season Tanks Also Pick Up Game 1 Thursday, Recovering j Some Lost Ground j By HTGH S. FTJLLJERTON, Jr. j Associated JPre-* Sports "Writer j At least two pitchers in tbe Xa- j tioaa: leasrac, Jerome Herman i <I>iZ2> • Dean of th»~ Cardinals and | Harold iHal"' Schumacher of the | Giants, havt •earned The privilege ; of ^rearing slJsrhilv superior looks i •wfcen any merit-on i? 1 rr.ade of the •; livelier ba3i Tisefi !r the senior • circuit this year, • Each could boai-t Friday of nine j s.irajjr'ht victories, the best -winning: | streams e* the ss-asor. Dean \vas \ the leading flinger with IT victor- ; jes against three arrears and Schx- ; raacher -aras tied -with Free Frank- house of Boston for second place • with 14 and four. T-nf. frccerfic Dean Thursday stopped the Braves with seven hits to .sain a 4 to - decider: over Bob • Smith. Schumacher eon-intied to ; shov.- the "Indian sisa" over the ; Reds as he pave the-r-s 3" h:ts an-5 ; shat their: ont 4 to 0. ] In lii< thrt«?-yess,r major league : career he hasn't lost a came to , Cincinnati. ; '. The ^ecco-d-plae-e Cubs also j came through iviih a ^"ctory. beat- j ins the Phillies 2 to : when Pa: : The other first division team. .. Pittsburgh- ran into trouble ho*v- ?f»r -vher, Frey of 3rooklyn broike jp an elbowing: argument between '' Bill S-K-ift atJd relief-iiins-er Emi: | Leonard by sockinsr a home run \ D3t in -he ninth to give the T>od- ; The Ruth-less Yankees recover- : ed some of their recently lost : T-=.ce tvhen they -e-dged out Chicago to the third-place Red Sox by smasJiIng' over five runs In the •Rintli and defeating' the Hose S TO 5- The Browns opened an assault' : OQ • TTashipstos and fifth r-iace by •;."ypctians the Senators fire ru tfae.. Srsi then coming from behinc homers by IrTarlaisc. Clif*. Fort Worth Rush to Top Hits Bunker Major Leaders Beaumont Climbs Over Cats to Take Seven to One Victory Br THE ASSOCIATED PR35SS (Including Thursday** Games) XATIOXAJL LEAGUE Batticg — Terry, Giants, .364; F. Waner, Pirates. .36*. Runs — Medwick. Cardinals. 73: Vaushan. Pirates, 72. Huns Batted In — Ott, Giaots. 97; Berger, Braves, 73. Hits — Medwick,-Cardinals 124; Alien. Phillies, 122. Doubles —"Allen. Phillies 27; Cardinals. 25. Triples — Med'wick and Collins. Dick j Cardinals. 9. Home Runs — Ott. Giants. 22; BY BIT,!, PARKER Associated Press Sports "Writer The rush of Fort \Yorth to-ward first division berth in the Te^SLs easrse pennant marathon was I halted Thursday aiight by 1 Schalz -who h-urled a. six-hit -^.i.,^ . . to S ive Beaumont a 7 to 1 victory. \ Berger, Braves, and Collins. Car- The Exporters" victorv broke [ dmajs - 20 their tie for fourth place with she | Stolen Bases — Martin. Cardm- Cais. Schuls turned in one or his j als. 13; Bartell, Phillies, 11. best pitching feats of the season. Pitching — J- I>ean. Cardinals, striking: out ten and beins master { 17-3: "rankcouse. Braves, and at all times. The Exporters scor- : Schumacher. Giants. 14-4. ed five rtins in the sitsh arid add- j A>!EKICAX IiEAGTJE e4 two more in the eoshth, L^c i Batting — Manush. Senators, Stebbins, Beaumont first sacker, | .355; Gehringer, Tigers. .3S1. got rwo triples and batted in a j Runs — Gehringer. Tigers. $4; pair of runs. j Werber, Redsos. SS. handy man of the- Runs Batted In — Gehrig. Tan- Shortly before he left Panama City for h t s cruise to Hawaii, President Roosevelt was given a bouquet by little Emily McGahey. four-year old swi.-nming star of the famous Red. Whit* and B!u« troup* of Pana- j ; ; ma Canal rone tank performer*. Secretary of War D«rn is shown i behind the President. CAasociated Press Photo) Joe Vance, DaiJas Steers who plays outfield j kees. 96; Cronin. Senators. SI. on* night, first base the sext and 1 Hits — ifanush. Senators. 141; pitches the ne^ct. took his turn on j Gehringer. Tigers, 123- the mound and hurled Dallas to a] Doubles —Manush. Senators and | S to 2 victory over Houston- Stan- jjSreenberg:. Tigers. SS| ley Schino. new outfielder purchas- * Triples Ticket Sales Indicate Big ! Crowd For Contest Sunday Triples — Chapman. Tankees. 11; Ma.nush. Senators. 10. Home Runs — Johnson and I Foxs, Athletics, 25. 7 ! Stolen Bases — TTerber, Redsox, ^C; and Fox. Tigers. I?. Pitching Gomez. Yankees, times at l>at. Gaiveston breezed in Tdth a to 5 •victory over Tuisa that nothing but a slugging bee. San Aatonio defeared Oklahoma j 14 ^ s - Barberry. Tigers. 11-3.. Cit3" in a 14-inn.ing game 5-4. The ! . Indians used four pitchers, Tvhi-e Caldwell and Eillin went the route lor San Antonio, ARKANSAS TO TAKE TALIHEVA GRID POST Track Meet To Be Close United States-Britisli Tilt Expected to Be Almost Even AJI irxcfications point to a large crowd -when Hs.p Morse and Ms Dallas American Laundry- club hook "with Gene Losrs-don's Paris Battlers here Sunday afternoon. their first licking c-f the last Stmfisy and ihey- aye eomiEgf bsck here for "r-r-rsvenge."' ac- | Hap has & grest ball club, in-} cludiiig Rec TTebster, Danny} L-ynch and Dutch Boyd, and he | a » Greeoville Golf Tourney Former Paris Professional Here For Visit, In\ite« Attendance The problem of re-building the Talihiaa Ti^er football team, whicli lost seven first string- players by graduation, win fall to R. M- Har- mort o: Ozark, Arkansas, who will -ak-e> over the position o* director of pnj-slca.1 education in the Tali- bina schools. According ro the Eastern Oklahoma conference mles football practiC'9 ca-Einot start until September 1- At that time Mr. Harmon (.^P-^Regs.rdless of oi Bill Bonthron's return duel with also Coasts t^o lathey. righthander. olf profession- Gresnville Country Club, and | former professional at Spring !>a.ke in Paris for a, short time of and his family ivill take up aersee in Talihina- resi- A surging mass of men wrecked this grocery store on Mission street In San Francisco, as a food shortage was felt «v*n at the start of the general strike Twic* this store was raided, and $2,000 worth of flro- ceries stoJen, (Associated Press Photo 1 * JUNIOR TOUKNEY DRAWS ATTENTION AKTI^ERS. Okla. — High school baseball players, members of the conference championship team last spring, who have teamed up with Hugo lads for the third district Junior American H/egi-cm tournament which, is sc-t for July 2S-27 at Hugo, are attracting as m.tieh} attention to their series as the 1X' coming Antlers-Hugo series under} ** the OBF. 'I As tiers lads to participate- in j the tourney are Harry and Tom { ITred Hendricks, third base and I outfielder, Harry Gibson and Alex Durant, pitchers. . " • Hugo boys on the squad include Ed Gee. catcher. Charles Pickens. Gabe "Williams and Chester Hord, outfielders, J. vTTbitesell. Dart An^arson and Marvin Whitahead, pitchers. Club Owners Back Johnson Vote of Confidence I* Director** Answer to Criti- • cism of "Big Train"* (£>> — , Walter Johnson, manager o£ th« CZ«v«-. land Indians, has a, vot* of confidence and a -contract for the 1935; season Friday to assist and support him m the American League The contract is th« answer bf~ Cleveland baseball club director* to boos and criticism which assailed Johnson after the Indian* drop- 1 ped a, same- to the Kew York Yankees Monday. A number of base-' bal! writers said Johnson, one -of the greatest pitchers in the garae. didn't know bow to handle the Cleveland pitching .staff. Johnson began to pilot -th% Indians in June, 1933. after A similar uprising had unseated Manager Roger: Pedcinpaugh. The "Big Train" had/ escaped any serious criticism of his managerial strategy until Monday \vb7en New York won in the ninth inning on one hit and sb: bases on bails. Baseball -writers * said Johnson should have sent "in oao of his best pitchers to hold th« lead in that last inniag- Johnson nas remained silent throughout the storm, matins no~ ; announcements, no apologies. Many Mississippi farmers abandoned cotton production iu order to devote all their time and acres to the raising of livestock and hay. . _••_.- _ _ ._ - i 13-"5TEIAR.-OtsD VJLLEDICTOKIAN | HU^IBKE, Texas. (?F$ — f>oris ] Bahr, 13 years old. was vaiedlc-| torian of the gracualins: class off ig high school at H;tim- ble this year. Her scholastic avsr- above 95. Hot Suniier Needs Cool laxative shortstop respectively, Dick Ra.di-|fish ar». fouiid can. first base. Wellborn Berry. ' Beaufort, X. C, About 260 different species o* ound in "waters around la du* l»ot »«*Atr, tskt »r-rr»1>y tfc« All you cool Iamzir« •cab*. Atstt b«cat» >x«i &• flow *£ b«n*ftei»l **li ifc* luurv* i* 4»tri:iat»<l tuifbrral j * ' Jack: TfeNIS MEET PLANS FOR COLLEGE READY meet _ , _ - ] Golf clu But tns Bat- i , . , _ . i Thursdav. made announcetaeiit .velock in the ^le, crimes ; ^^Sl^l^ ^ Sf ^ ] a f~-A-ateur Sweepstakes, to be * » •* -»7^ • f e\~- '' - " . • Jl^Ic S,^ tl<£Z6 fj~ry* 1 jkj..T^^r^j t•& C^SO ^iO 7 ^' J 1 - "-^,.V"^.j .-•-«,v,-;^^-= a^rt i", 7J" LJ " < * "" ^ *" ^*"~ ~ * i 51r. Mathews, in mak-ing-the ar;C-i <_«j--Oi-u-*-<=^. —= - ^ j -jj. j.,.. , ._.,.. invitzi- _ ..^ •,._,-- - • golfers. placed os sale at the Pala.ce Store. '^i'liams -""Bur cs acTar-ca rc-tet sajes nave \ ,, -COMSIHS.cz:-—?!a-s are -^ r -" BTDleie for the first annual ^as% Texas State Teachers Cc-IIegre s-arr:- Ts-er tenras rcurname--.. accord:-? to s_n announcers err: ^ a -j^ --^ 1>r ;D ; , C. Sutler. Stex coach, isursday TUsht. I>r. Himchell azj^ Jake ---- lesnis leitsrman. "rrill as- Coach Bstle- :n rcr^lnr off eet, itchich besiiM» or, - rlcay. 'be anything b'^t a set- : _. Trench Mouth Healed Your friends care not say so but your sore grims an-2 foal breath don't make folks Hke you a27 better.. L/eto" s Pyorrhea, RemecJ" heals -K r ors.-t cases if used as direct&6_ It is ^:ot a. Tr:outJi •x~s~~n or paste, EJ=<1 is sole 0= a irtC'rie? ba.c& ft—a-f r=*T-t^-- O-sTtr-s. T->—,.~ «Ir^-.»-=- t —SLiTS.1-v^^i- » «li» j^-u-s •*.' —-. — Adv. CALL 401 •W» win bay or tratle *cr yoar old tsraiT-tire. Co~e in to see as for the best raises in bo^ne fi:r- D. H. Baker Furru Co. "Tire House Thz.' Sells Fcr AB \^"hjte And Black i and Wiiite j FORUM $5 SHOES | out $3.75 At tore iai Tbis Week Only! Frew* Or! "Wave ...... S^-9^ ! Holljrwood Beaoty Shop | ?»r> Soatb istli Street s Beasley. Opcs^aior For Tire and Battery Service f rr>fi> Pos-toffiee and batt^rj' rech&rsrin C. S- T,. Batleri*s. fj^ Bill's Tire and Bat tery Service •W. F 1 B11 i.; Prop. an c-Ic tore, Davenport's Confectionery, • ery- De^eese Service Station and ; a. number of indivld^-als. incltsding i i.. C. GIasscock r Homer Her^ry and-Pets 3ow»s- ernerEt. sa.i-5 that a. was extended to all "wlietser professional to partake in the s*veepsta_kes. .He also said all wlio "srlshed to see the ?lay a.re incited to come tcr Greenville on that day, PlayiTig- in a. foarsome at trie Greenville club Wednesday, Mr. irathe-ws. Guy Wlt&erspoon, O. S. 3iloor3 a.nd George Phillips, th rou?b tie first, sis iioles ha/d colJecred 13 ^JT-— tiiree first r-Iaces m any corn- : 3u;!"s sice. .Ttserica.ns on, jon: ^either Pen Hallo P-,~ a,r:d not sns for t Mr. Mathe-?rs said the coarse ~as srtv of Texas. -&bo "or the hail j v -- - "-- — n~-'""<=- anc the trole vault, respee- • It is possible that an fVv l.if. j or Oxforc 5" the last deal ' series between Parts. I J. The club Is nc- •espectins any -3on- he sale^cf t^ke^r ^^jia perfect slaying condition The ( ' fairways, althonyn sun-bak*4, 5 ere still green. pete marz -«.-;*v ; Cstr. bridge. •R'ii; eom- essay. COURTS Okla stag thes othe beli - RED RIVER COT7KTS fClarksi-ille- Ne"»* Cars tucor, Dr. J. ~. Miers. IHrroit, Ford coach; Jons I^ed'or-i- Avery. been yearly contenders in the e-d at Oklahonta C!ry. TTIth ; three c:ubs playing- each "e profitable to the Oklahoma. -:3 thar. the annual trek to Ok- ca.I!ed at 3:30 -o'clc-ck- If y/>u € -ncrt yet secured your ticket. =o at cnce, s.s an overflow' crowd ANTLERS BATTERY GAME -Team to Join Texas For T-*VO Teams Already In Commerce Meet r'ord sedar: ; Mr*. >I- H.. I"nrgresC'ii. Ctsrrf.'r "•:;;«. Jcford tudor: Rolarsd Clyc-e: I,. Plains, Clarksrille. Chev- a--. C:ark5^'ill». Chevrolet 3£aster s:s- T. R. Butts'. Arrnona... Ford coupe. C- ?-?. r~?sb*r, Boxesder, Chtvrc ;=•". sr'c.Tidtir'i coacb; PI- J. Mit*ch. Clarkrrill*,. Internationa.. 1 truck: L/. B. Prnit*. Clark«viII<?. Ford' truck.. Marriage Ucense* Col'jsious Sn;ith and Miss Bor;- rie Sirn psora; J- "%"- Flues and Mies Opal Guftst: R*.yrrond ICecdricks 2-d M is* E-ir..zrna. Ix>u j&c-ajs: "WfHie Tram'oi* asd 5'isa. Minnie HQic#: JaTTies K<=-y a.nd Bertha Lee Clybur':;. Glenn Ji'^ag a.nd Mrs- Ka,tie Bell, >v, T- Isgrars azj<i Stiaa Ruth Gidden*; G. H. Vj-zstst a,nd Mis* baseball •*.."irr? ha^e already made applica.- t:c-" for places IB the bracket of contestants at the diamond tocm- ^rnert ro be held her"? *he "week of 7. he annual TT! -county picnic, ac- cordtns to a.nro3ncercesta> rsa.de by officials Friday. The t-wo as- g-regatioTiHr -which have signified their isvisuoss of -competing are the strong Exide Battery end Burial Va'^-st nir-ey of Green.'' ."ile, The contest is. divided Into t^o groups, CIa»a A a=.d Class B, In,- dJ eating: city aad -cons try teams, Theta. a cornmaniry -nrest of Corr- rnercc. :s *r,ter:r;^ Class A. having & great -deal of confidence in their adm:tt«r<i;y powfrfiil tea.m. The •* inner am<5 rxjnrer-tip of the toisrnarnsTit -sriii receive a, port:on of The es*rar:c* fee* arid g'ate recelpt*. it bar b*en announced, Okla. — Antlers I Mountaineers* mainstay battery, I "Williston 3ob.aT:on and Claude • r>urr*ajs, s.r^ to appear in a j^anre ! -sA Paris Sanaa.". Du.rh.a.in said I Thursday- Particii:a.rly strong In i this department- iiocntalneers" ! ma.r:s.gre:ne:2t rias consenftd to trie 1 arrangremeiJw enac-ling- tb® pair to | g*t reaxly for th* ciytrtct to-arna- ! rnesit Tcitb Hugo, begisn'sy on Ucly 31- j ^piza.noii and Osirrja^E iav* f forrnexi th? s-trongest combination I !TS «tat<» sand lot circles for Beveral i y^r»- While members c* trie I St. Ixjcds Masnolias. oil Held team) tbey -won the state sand lot chiia- I ploaship in 1525, ar-i in JS32. tn«v | T*"*re btgr factors in bringing- tne ! pennant to Antler*. Durham, a . Okenia-h. Oklahoma schools, har'l- 1 !e» thi& Jol* b;o&d Indiar; to- a p<ir- | fection os the fie!--, ar,^ '"Bor&nos | sad rather pitch to nim than any { catcher h» aa* hs^J ^tirlsg: his j sandlot career. ; Bohanors ha» had mev-ra! trials is ) ors^clz«^J basebal; azs-l !n hi* last ! effort, ir? T93I. he ha<5 * p'ace -oii j t«am. on?" to 1-rrtp h:* contract i a.s<l corzi*> to Antlens ^'h*rc E»^r- ', ham ha<5 locst**! tarlisr Jr. the ELECTION RETURNS 'b*: posted -»«iUE th.s* or; complete county ?-«-T.uriM>. tfarougii th* fisy -of Tlie Pans y o«r 'Corner , Ju, J j 1J;1* ard watch. HHdebramTs >';«« Xzry Mims: Hubert Bratto" ar F'oyd. New C«s«s Flfesd 102nd BistrSot Omrt R,, J. Williatma, Wc'rdic WSJJIftsns •*.-«. %V;lj'j,a.rn.?, d:vorcc, H. 8. Swell Ed L. Dew-, s-ult for debt ^o«urf : C':a.ac<? Ha.ndcc-cJc v*. Pris- rsiia. Har.dccrck. divoroe. Charies O. Garr-.V;;* v*-. CiarE GambJ* 1 , The accepted Bandar-! of tla» i eas«rerntn*. ** ihe &eric»j of the * Th* Jfoants.!n**r« *r« o gra.me series at E?:rs- axis?. S day and Mords;;. HOME FOR SALE F-vf a. limited tira* only, I my home, 3££ Pin* Bluff T^-rms .ca»h or GENUINE GLOVERIZED DRY CLEANING ts.e£j?s crotr.e* dear* longer and better—Try this famous method used exclusively at <mr plant! Men5 Suits and Ladies' Plain -••ressrs cleaned and pressed . . Ton: : J-ea* than 10 rial Zon«, w« explorer found a- vho'I*- rnonni&Jn vas OB no « . . . . . . . . . . . .. ..._ ., \ ' ' . ' " s :.....- ' ' • ' ' . " .....,' 1 '1 got the recipe from an advertisement in yesterday's paper 5 ' » ^P COOKING is a science in which discoveries are constantly being made. Even the most colorless food staple is liable to have the spotlight turned upon it* Take salt pork for example — wooldn't it surprise you to know that it is a wonderful basic ingredient for a savory tomato sauce? It is not necessary to buy cook-boolcs to keep up witK new culinary secrets and recipes. By means of newspa^ per advertisements, they come to you regularly from the kitchens of food manufacturers and distributors. And because these recipes are tested over and over again before they are released to the public, you can follow their instructions with complete confidence. r A* you study these recipes you will be impressed by these facts — they are appropriate for the time of the year in which they appear; they call for inexpensive ingredients; they are in harmony with modern rules for health and nutrition; and finally, they are not difficult to follow. Yes, it pays to read food advertisements for the facts they contain. It pays to read the recipes for new ideas* You'll be wise if you cut them out for your recipe file* But above all you'll be delighted if you try one of those recipes right away. - -

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