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THE PARIS NEW& SUNDAY, AUGUST f. 1*»4 GIANTS SET RECORDS AS SPLIT WITH PHILS Get Eleven Runs In One Big Inning [el Ott Gets On Base and Scores Six Times In Second Game the $th after TWO Pirates had scored and struck oui Grace to end the inning. Pittsburgh ..00! 000 120 i 10 2 St. 1.0'ais . . . .OIO 004 Olx—6 13 1 French, Meine. Chagrnon and Grace; Carletoru J. Dean and Davis. BRAVES OUTLAST ROBEfS BROOKLYN, (.-?)— Baxter Jordan's three base hit. coupled with \* .PHILADELPHIA up)—The Phillies xcmed back, the- league leading ball srame Saturday and the Braves collected a 5-3 decision over the I>oSs:ers. TVally Berber socked his 24th home run to add an extra counter. Van Mtingo, seeking his 14th , 5-4. Saturday in the open- j Yictorv los - a char , ce to ^h> In izae of a double-Reader but t re£ri > !at -: on time whea Randy M oore they couldn't stand against the j hit for , he circu ,- wi . h B enrer on record-smashing attack the world's j v, a5;e ? n t v, e seventh. cbampioiis p-jt on in the second couiiter and went do*vn. 21 to 4. The even brc-ak cost the Giants Hugo Wins Again From Antlers, 4-3 F ByDub ARE Furey Tigers Put Over Winning TX this corner Friday we promises Raja In Their Half of * Ninth I Brooklyn filled the bases twice in the extra innin.£rs but were stopped by a double play once and a a iialf game of ih-?;r lead as Chi- i force out the second time. casro won a single contest arid re- J Boston caced the Xew York margin to 2 j ^01 000 200 000 2 5 9 1 I-* sa.rnes. | Brooklyn— Two major league records fell } 10? 101 000 000 0—3 13 1 fcefore the Giant bats in the after- j rihern. Csr.t^-ell asd Hcgan, piece. They topped off an already • Spohre-r; Mizngo and Lopez. decided jrame by scoring: eleven i — — off Eeg^ie Graboirsk: in the j Exporters Shut Out Steers, 3-0 3-fel Ort, trie youns: ivallcper vrho | patrols rijTii! field, established the j other mark when he cot on case \ sfs. tim'es an-f scored on each occas- j ion.. The all tjrne big leasrue record I Is seT-ea nJss all made in one j game, mscie ir-y Gsy Ilecker of the j 1SS€ aitd several other players { 2ia.ve scc-r-^c six times but none in ! "moden:" baseball since isoo. c-tt i Lef ty Jake W^ade and Joe to Z ^^ce^s^v* a ^-.-a-^^ r ^^ r ^h.--1 Hare Team Up For plate in the third and fourth frara- j * ictOFV es. a.cded a donr-le and single. ) " Tvalked -once and vras hit by a ! BHlAUMON^T. ij?'. —Le'ty Jake pitched oa.Ii. [ "Wa.de and jce Kare teamed nr* to . Tlie opening- contest was mark- ; v.-hir.=\vasii the Dallas Mavericks ed by s. Giant triple play Jn the'; 2 - <jl c > — — Saturday, but it took speared EthaTi Allen's liner, toss- \ $~~--*y in the ninth to nab John ANTLERS. OklsL—HTSSO Tigers put over the winning run in tfeeir half of the ninth to win their sec- on<j successive game of the district play-off series with Antlers here Friday by a score of 4 to 3. Kujro hai •«"oa itvo of. the three S^.mes played thus far in_ the se- ! ries, ] Kxigo scored a run in the sec - \ on.d inning on Ray Beaty's double j and Grayston's Ions: single. Their i second rtin came in the fourtn • I when Beaw lofted one over the j i fence for the circuit. Grayston's j I single and Brcnvzfs lonsr double j I brought the third run ia the sixth, j j and Pitcher Caldwell scored from j | second on Gordon's long single for ; ] the final and winningr tally. j CaldvrelL Eugro's veteran pitch- j cr, held, the Mountaineers at bay to pass on to our readers a bit of information about the uniforms in which the Paris High School Wildcats and the Paris Junior College Dragons will play this fall. And today we will. Before going into a description of the uniforms we xvant to go on record as saying the teams* this yea- will be the best dressed, best i equipped and will play in the lightest weight uniforms in the his- Punching four hits the locals put I o^~er three runs. ;ory Of school. The tini- > forms have bees. >p| gradually improv- cos;;i *£ *- — e iast - € ' w years, begrinnlns .n 1930 when the rollesre team won squad jerseys will start at 10 and run through 33 for -he 24 new uniforms that will be purchased. BOB BERRY'S Dragons \vill play in jerseys o? dark green with old gold shoulder inserts and green collar trimmings. As in the case of the high school jerseys, the shoulder inserts will drop over the points of the shoulder pads. The jerseys will be of durene, the same as the high school equipment- On the fronts of the jerseys will be designs that comprise four vertical stripes in old gold" dropping from the shoulder to the rest of the design. On the backs will be eight- inch numerals, also in old gold. Pants will be gaberdine with of dark green a four-inch old | «; tnrougrhout most of the game with \ j exception of the seventh -when by uniforms "tvill be > calf. runs. HUETO collected j lhe na ttiest you ever put your f Jesse Rosette while ! rjeeriers or .. *And we don't mean |j :he championship gold insert of double wool elastic in a* the Texas Jun- i the back that will run from waist g|| i;r College Ath- j line to the bottoms cf the pants. :|§0 .etic Association 5 Sox will be of old sold with three ut this year the j dark green stripes just below the Tigers Win OverChisox In 16-4 Tilt Hank Greenberg Hit* For Circuit With Two On to Aid Win DETROIT, or the second successive day the league leading Tigers counted their rush in double figures Saturday as they pounded Sad Sara Jones and Joe Heving- for 19 hits to make it two straight over the Chicago TVhite Sox. 16 to Hank Greesberg contributed a. home run to the slaughter, with two men on base, and also a double and a single. Al Simmons got a home run for the White Sox. Chicago ...001 010 Oil— 4 12 6 Detroit ....520 0*1 24x—IS IS 0 Madjeski; Jones, Heviag and Phillips and Cochrane. I the Mountaineers could net but i ! seven hits off Cald'*ell. , perharxs. If you think we are kid- Xumbers to be "worn by the college squad will start at 35 and I ding just wait until you see them i run through 59 assuring: a double I The fourtn ga^^e or the series j _- ne j;^- ^r^e the teams take the j numeral for each lersey. ; will be played at Hugo Sunday J ;r, M f ^ r ., .^me. And also bear • j probably be opposed r>3" j Leader, Hugo's ace. I Score by innings; ! Hugo . . .*. 010 ~!01 C=01 i i Antlers ... 000 000 300—3 ! Batteries: Hugo, Ca'dwe Antlers. Hosetie ITmpires. Xe Paul not be used for practice. | appear to be green and gold. This I was tested before the .Dick Barrel! off second. • ? arr -~ s - FIKST GAME |L>si:as 000 OOP 005—0 4 1 Tork . ooo io& oos^ i2 2 . ±>e ^:~. o =j :a ;; • ,°f; f ^ 1 00x — 3 6 - ccso, Banning; C, Davis, H. Mc"--re - : Todo. ~ ! CATS UEFEL1T ~- SECOND GAME * I .' H OUSTt;X ; Texas, &*. — Bunch"Tork sei 300 10 ii— 2i ±s i I ;^f .j;:;; 5 ^? i=I1 L e _^^- n 'L- an D ^ : ? h "" 202 fif"'i C ri 0 •*• 24 « i- 1 — r ---^?s. tne r o.t v.o.^a Pantner; • sec-red five times to hana Carey --^<;..-.„ ,.-__, ! SelprTs Houston Huffs a 5 to 4 I fins.lt. ~" ' Fort Worth v2Q 05^= 03«—S 10 2 CTHS TRIM RE1>S ; H oust en . . 000 010 €30 4 10 3 '•CHICAGO. '.^: —Guy Bush, re- • ^.~hltworth and Broskie; Payne, -.ike .first time *in mCTt-"t.han"~ t--vo i tN"J>IAN£^ BI^ANK. MISSION'S j : nati Iteds vrirh TWO hits and give J ind Hvans -angled in an cic fash- i •tzie Cubs the. second game of the ; - ^'-• r - e< - mound due: here Saturday \ t£te series, ~ to ~L '. ~-~-^~~~- ~~ r -* Oklahoma City Indians f *:nnin~ over San Antonio. 1 to 0. I H KEXRY E. WISHARD'S { -^as bought. Coach Berry said. " j * high school te.r.m will be at- ! ^__—__ t 1 tired in blue and white from the • And now for the weight of the ''"^ 1 top of their helmets to the s-ox j uniforms. And by this we mean The only off-c«lcr ! every bit of protection the player SEXS BEST BOSTOX BOSTON, itPj —\Vashington halted Pitcher "Wesley Ferrell's winning streak of five straight games by defeating the Boston Red Sox. 7-5. ia ten innings Saturday. The teams entered the ninth inning with Boston leading, 4-3, but the Senators tied the score. Wash'ton. .002 010 001 3—7 13 2 Boston ...000 200 200 1—5 9 3 \Vhiiehill. Russell, McCol! and j Bolton. Sewell; W. Ferrell and I r~erre!L Former Big Leaguer Leads Hugo Sand lot Combination Over across Ked river Is a, former big- league star who is guid- ia.s the destinies of th«* Hugo dab at present. The man is Question is Kay Caldtvell, tvho for years xiras a star pitcher^ ivitli the New- York Yankees and later with Cleveland- Ray is one of the few pitchers ia the major leagues tvho has a no hit, no run game to his credit, pulling this stunt while a member of th^ Cleveland team, Caldivell admits beins 4i years old. He claims to have broken into the big- league -witli Kew York in 1S09. but there is a strong tsus- picion that it was 1906 instead of 1909. However the difference o* a few years is nothing to argue about. Caldwell, xvhil^ with the Yankees \ras frequently xise'd as a pinch hitter and. was generally regarded as one of the most daa- center field but Stubblefield tripled into deep right field to score Bray and Eubaaks and win the ball game. Ren fro. Creamery left fielder, led the hitters with two doubles and a. triple in three official trips. He walked on his other trip. The box score: Creamery— AB R H PO A E BROWNS PASTE 1XBIAXS land pitchers were unable to prevent the St. Louis Browns from hitting safely in every inning Saturday as St, Louis defeated Cleveland. S to 7. Earl Averiil hit his 17th home run of the season for the tribe. St. Louis ....101 131 100—S 17 3 Cleveland ...000 231 001—7 II I \ :" To "^, . . ^ j thev will wear. The only off-c«lcr j every bit of protection the pis Pe '- ::s:rc ^'j siece of equipment will be shoes, j w 111 wear from headgear to sh I vrhich will be the customary black. I The equipment j And even they Trill be lighter than f the backs will \ those worn by past teams, witJi j and one ounce; for the linemen I Hadley, Knott and Kemsley, j those worn by backs havit-S kan-1 the difference will be four ounces j Grube: Hildebrand. C. Brown. L. i garoo uppers, j more, accounted for in the shoes. | Brown. Bean, Wetland and I j Here's how it will weigh up: Pytlak. ! The Wildcat squad will play In j headgear—17 ounces; shoulder Smith, Ib 5 White. 2b-c 4 Renfro, If 3 rin. rf-2b . 3 Eubanks. cf ,. 3 Bray. 3b-ss ... ii Coker, c 0 Books, rf 3 Johnson. 3b ... 3 Stubblefiold. p . 4 serous men at bat in tne cam* of that <Say. Cald-svell was with tne Birmingham club off the Southern leafu* for several years and «* suclt pitched in two of the Dixi« s«rle«. winning both games. Ana white he "was with Birmingham be had a son who was aJso a pitcher aiwi a member of the same club. Th* young Caldwell is now in the International league. ' That the old boy still can heave "em past the batters was evidence*! by the fact that he defeated Antlers Friday afternoon, winning Tsy a score of 4 to 3. the game being played at Antlers. Caldwell. despite his age. is remarkably -well preserved. During the off season. Caldwell was a telegraph operator. But now. as he says, "there «in*t no jobs." He came to Hugo from Uttle Rock, where he had been keeping the old wolf away fr»m the Caldwell domicile by pitching Sunday games in and around the Arkansas capital. Permanent Waves $1.95 np to $5 Wave set 13c J£ 25c Satisfaction Guaranteed ROYAL BEAUTY SHOP S4 Bonham Tel. 605 12 21 xArnistrong bail-id lor Eubanks J, L BALL A: CO. "Wise Insurance* 301 First National Bank AB R K FO A 41133 1 ^£k*~ 2-3:O^fV 1^^ |_ J_ j|_V,/! l> ! helmets cf royal blue and white. { pads—24 ounces; jersey—12 ounc- -^ 1 The jerseys will be of royal blue | es: pants—20 c-unces: thigh pads But Will Present Strong ! blue ccil;Lr | _ j "— ; SC'VS "STIii L' Team For Sundav Game shoulder inserts and f 12 ounces per pair: blocking pads rimniinsrs. The jer- [ —-2 ounces; sos:—four ounces: e of durene. which is 1 shoes—34 ounces. With Cooper i a. highly finished si;I: and cotton i j mixture that looks more like silk 1 "4 than cotton. On the backs will \ i h-fe eignt-inch numerals and on the f YA?TKS XETv' YORK. 7C A'S i abe Ruth I returned to action after a. day's re£T Saturday- and resumed his old role as leader of the Yankees in a 5 to 1 triumph over the Athletics. Jn contrast to his last For comparative reasons ^oint to the fact that the average I ance, when he couldn't get a hit. The expected player re-inforce- i ironts will be six-inch numerals. nt worn by hisrh and college teams in the i r>c¥t has been more than 12 poundo- • knocked into a cocked hat when \ -r^o pants will be of royal blue •- t" taking three pounds of weight ; three of the players telephoned i craberdir.e. DO-.T-I the backs of tie < off the load backs "have to carry the Babe smashed his ISth home run of the year with tivo aboard in the fifth to give the Yanks the lead and added a double to it. Jack Salt^sravers circuit swat in "3si" gs.ve Bush ^'~is c~ '.foortb:-" Inning: , rengie f-or the first -~-o Ct;b runs. l~^^. Chicago . ..OfjO 2t-i* Ivs—4 7 3 ' " ea ^Veitas. Sclp, Brennan and • Ix>sab«rci: Bu-sh CAKS>S SHAI>E BTTCS ..SX..1.OUIS (.-?/—I>;zz:.- Dea BUCS WI>T. S-S j tvc-k the third and deciding- game i S-iturcay n:.sh-_ S to 2, behind the ; *or the series. took over thv Manager Gene j--ogsdon that they: p an: . 5 -^m be a. four-inch stripe of • should do its part toward speeding' the seventh scored the other Taa- woulg not be r.ble. to -reach Paris j -n-n; Ie double wool elastic that will I :hi attack- . j kee runs- b-efore iionday. In the list was; run f roni j ?e : t ; ;ne - o t - ne x- ery - O ot-i }.A"s .- 010 "OSO 000—1 9 0 Catcher Boucher, wlio was bein | r orris O f the pant^. This Brill con- ; And wait nnt:! you see the at-! New York. ,000 OSO 20x—5 S S relied upon heavily for the Sunday ! Vf , T - £re o - -^ e v.-hite sox, which will j tacks start- "We understand, both j X)ietrjch. Cascareila and Berry; contest. ! - na -^ e three stripes, two'narrow and i v.-ili be new styles of play (the high BtShong and Dickey. Ho~wever. Manager L.ogsdon ha^ ; c ~.^ -,.;..j e __ j- js .- belov.- the calf" of : school and college) and will be of assembled a eood team to compete J t - n ^ : e? _ } -.-^.3 sorts thai -will ia'rther increase with Cooper, he. said Saturday, j ' : j S£ , interest of the. fans in the The probable !:netjp will he jTer- I Numbers on the hi-h school s-port. Buz naore of that later. field. Bailey at thir-1 ""base,, Beli ;n ; "eft field, Miller or Beville in ccn- \ t*-r. Bollinsrer at first- Tern piston j ing and Perry Speairs pitching. ] Spe.airs is good enough to win any j capable catcher, but has not been i 2 0 LaRue, Burns 'Foe Tuesday Has Grappled All Over U. S. Creamery Is 7-5 Winner Cooper is reported to ha.ve a he tra.rne will be tournament for th* Js-ss DfeSr.--.-r,^: I T ^-erK;t;-- f--:-:-i cre'-^r. ar.'i with oth-' «;^r, it •sra.* arir^our-^-e-d SaturfJay. j -vork*;rs .n this copartmor.' Jm ^r.fJ a.n far!*?. Vv". C. Frar.cis. Jr.. ;• :n va.rio-.is Ea.^t T^sas countl*;.-. last year's •crfTinrr. is ri^ht on h:< ' The rr.air. cr*"A- :« at pr*j.«r: tra:; -srith an eagle and seven ; -wori-rir^ a **-.v rr^lcs from 2.1 our.' ew Fa Perkins Cap Play to Held Next Baer Fihts Faces Estes In Texmti* Finals XOTIOE TO WATER CONSUMKKS : of ore A^^rust 10 ;n order to sec-r^ r.'- :•• f.*:r cr-nt c^co:;r.t,. S0f>rriKteisdcn; of Water Worts. NOLDEN AUTO WORKS in San Antonio GUNTER »V*s ire v it*: you to vi»:t us in our n#-v.- 3f>ca.tiori. We to f^arurt: auto top an<S •work, arid other work, and wiJi in. addition Sinclair product* tir«ss and AB Modem Catering Fa>cUiti«s Cool Open Air Roof Garden W1TEKE FAMOUS BAXI>S FLAT Telephone 457 Indian Moun Sites Sought- j Score Four In Seventh to Nose Out Paris IS'e>vs Team ing ra.!!y. FrTicbs" i-aH-tie,, the tor 1 French-Canadian who comes nere-j _^ ^jj.^^^ ^ Tuesday night to wrestle Billy j in which they chafed across four urns of Denver in the main event | runs on two hits, a hit batsman f ilanager Fred Greger's weekly! ar ' ii t1K "° ^^^s op. balls. Friday . » - r * wrestled ah afternoon enabled the ! '•? of the- University of iexas Woolsev are in this secuor, : appearances in jt'aria j Creamery team to defeat the over the United States i^cd in every i ^e-^s sine. 7 to S. in a eft wrestling center he is known as j baseball game. The Xcw« ^ in seventh- News— Read. 2b 4 s. c .... 3 1 0 Spencer, rf . .. 4 1 2 Griffin, ss-p ..4 1 2 Richards. 1 b . . 3 0 0 Akard. 3b-p . . 3 1 2 Crenshaw, cf-p 3 !• 2 Stephens, If ... 3 0 0 -\Tarx cf 0 0 0 Keener, c* 3 0 0 Totals 20 5 S21 _ _Score by innings: | I^irnar Creamery ...001 002 4—7| Paris News 419 000 0—5 ' Spencer 2, Akard, Crenshnv.-, Mc"Ewin, Bray. Johnson, Armstronj:, i Stubblefield 2. Two base hits— I ReaTro 2. Spencer. Three base j hits—Johnson. Renfro. Stubble- | field. Base on balls—Oft Crcn- j t-haw 3. Griffin 2. SttsbW*f:e>Id 1. j Struck cut—By StubMefield 11. | Crenshaw 5. T>oubse play—Read to Akard to Mvtr.ess to Cr^nshaw to Read. Hit by pitcher—1?>- Griffin OIeEw!n>. t,o-slnsr pitcher—! Griffin. Tsrp.» of game—I hour I and 40 minutes. i Brookston Boys Receive 1 Trophies At Ft. Sill FORT SIL.3L.—Silver- 'baseballs have been awarded Ralph M. Kerr and Sarn R- Be! 1 , of Brookston, Texas. tntiR»-es at the Citizen's IMUitiLry Training canip here. Th*? awards were prs-sfnt^d to indivifiual trainees for e?;celling: in ^T-ori.^ i-ur*n^ »,*4e*r ^0 c*i.y traminjr period. Silver baseballs were given to members of :h« runr.er-up t"am. Just Received Carload Percheron Mares These imares are from 2 to 5 years old and weigh fronx 1.000 to 1,400 pounds. See them at * Claude Terrell's Horse and Mule Barn of Court House Colonial Cleaners Now Located At 3 North Main Street Cash & T>ellvery Prices Carry Prices Suits ....,»,... S5c 30c Pants , ......... 2Oc 25c ....... 3oc up All \Vcrfc Call 300 For Delivery Service tough bad snari. His had been out In front since the opening: Inningr. when they count* ed four t'rnes. nut the Creamc-rr r.c-ss. H« has turned Into a clean und clever wrestler who does r,o: Krt roash until he is forced to a& a matter of self preservation. Then - :I A, caji get as bad &s the worst o^ -VJ^ SL "' He scales 20S pounds, thre* P-:-t r .ery. skeletons, stor.% irr^-'o -• i-* the anthropology departn^ent'? ; jvernta.n«-nt cc-Ilcc'lon.. n ^r.i-. : - tss than his opponent. Klitch. the iik«abI-» slav, Jof? Cs." "-'-v* 1 :' wtTI fa^ 1 ? Clar>r .- 'tr-5 F'ur.-'Jsv sfterr.oor; at 4 '.."clc^k • tr:*- f.r.al "O-^d of *he amu-'x! i by! Ul Fubiic JLinks '!." Johrif-^r.-B:;:;^?'?;*!'*-' compar}.. Theyi v.-i" '/:.av on the court on North ; PITTSBtTRGH (>?^—Srrck'.nc: c? Mitchell Of Public ;; is shoulders vrithout a neck, calls Syracuse. X. Y., his American •where ha btid the . title- He has been r.e ye-ars, two of them aft*r Exibanks had wJns:!e<S and Bray ha«5 iwaSkcd. C'ne ci tho Vi't^irAfst j>Iays ever recorded occurred in th» Creamery second. Bray sins:'''*! and Coker dre 1 *" n. TvaJJc, Stubblcfs^lc! then, alm^'cd arv! Bray roTJ"<1«?t3 third. Cofc<;r advanced to tMr<2, only to flri* Bray parched! th^rc, Meantime S?':bb'efieM c<2 second. In the wild that follo'»f'?d v Bray was run dovrn j b^t-Breers third hajse and home plate { while trying to return to flrjjt. i The Xeww prored four In the ! Beavis-Jones Seed Co. 32 Xorth Just Received COMPANY i PLATLS rw UTS 'ETC «sa|c^^^ ; ' MILLER'S DOG FOODS i Hubert Evan* Formerly With FRED GREGER CAFE 1 Is Xo\v Ixxrated At WALL CAFE « 14 LAMAR AVE. Invites His Friends To See Him at His : ;r. this country, a-h»r« he ha« J>«?r-{f*r*t - -- ia rr.o»t or the -Je is a. cagey w-*res».Ie.r •who all the tricks an 1 ! how to them to bis a.4 vantage and any type hold. y 17-;ear oT<! Hor;;".l^l ; .i ,. in a stirring: 55-hoit ayed here on prcv^otis visit*. Bit! Ss««J;?e, who f.a.ce-s HIitch In .n. »emi-fina.j &f Tuesday n:sht'« ORTaKi. coTT,<ta-» from Hounton. ally h&h. tim* "o p'n.y the j.-arr.^ 5 orily or •we<:k-*nd» or after bu--=l hoars. . *-:rne<S BrXX>r>SWORTK RKSIOrS worth., Jr., <Sl.r<-c"or of athletic* Jn Clark* vijle hi.^h >»chCfO], ];?«: 1 to ttctei>t it po«:T.tor* as an in the CitSz«nw Conservatlorj Corj>s -cftfjip ncs.r JLufkin* He left Saturday for the c.»mt> to as- hi« <JuU«r*. alter Ills r«aigriA- ti&n Jiad !>-e*n a.cc-^j'jKf'J by tj*«- h'-ard, Jljj* wu<?.ces»or here »*en Jiame<5, but_ * iarisrc r of application* havfis J>een for t*>« jK>»itl<«i» It le&med. i from Patjs Jor.es, who taught him I to wrestle with his head a« well | a» hi* arn^n anil 1*:K». one^ has :.-o«-e n>n the r*-s: of . having prori-jiin*;- for act.;or.. S;e<3a;e I ',r.iy &s ntefled. lie Ijs one of th* | fullest of the current croj> of ar.<5 rorr;f« hisrhly recom* by TrrejfTlins fcIJowers who •i hive n«fen him in action. |ate<J-by the rnanaifem*nt &R Arthur If^tSdfi night, when employes of | th'iw store w!U b<» admitted fre« of I churKH. All Boy &CGUI* Jn uniform I will b« adnsitted fr*« when aue- {c<»rajMinte<i by their Scoutmaster whilo «t} ki<J« «n4er 1& will b* *<J- for 10 owfcj *K«ttn in *c* ( IxoiJcy Mr, for ill* stole safe at f!r»t on an errtir by Smith, who dropped the throw. Spender <i*ole *secort?3 3nfT tr,r>k th:rd on Bray's wSI/J throw- j latf-r hit r» Creamery catcher. anrl ce into th*^ playJns: fi/rM on tt^mpt^^ •w|U^<^z*' play. Grif- tnlfi rh;r«l n.nd cam« hom<s on rt's i*'rjjft«?. Cron^haw then ^<l Akard horn* 1 . Th< TV^WK* run rarrte JTJ th*- jt«rOTj«? w^hrn c»m<> honrjjj on Spcnccr'j* double. The Cre«tn*sry wror^ In th<r third on R<*nfrn'in dnub!^ an<3 an t-TTf>r by CrfffSn and a^<l<"d two mor<» Jn !h«* sixth on an «?rr0r »n<! f>jnar ln*o the w-v- alk*»<fl and MrKwfn hit by a pitches bsJL Arm- Jttin«r-for E«Kstnk». then and Bray wnlk*>'«l. Thai «n<l «>f Griffin. Akard to pop <sut to him oft«?»l <o K^^n^r In Even after Pyorrh«a him %ff«ct*d yoor stomach, kidneys and your «cen«rat h**Tth» I^sto'« Pyorrhe* R*m«<ly, ut*4 a* direct*d cmn *«v« you. Dfntjiiui r«comm«ii<J tt. Dru«- rttnrn your mon»y if tt ffcffe, He Will Be the Season's Big Event Dan Williams TnfltTpw in Th* \VorkI of CHICAGO Will Hold a Special Tailoring Exhibit Here Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Many pattern* «fu! weav«*.i fnr autumn unfl winter will t>« on dlupJay. Come Sn and j<ee the bJ« «flection.

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