The Paris News from Paris, Texas on August 10, 1934 · Page 6
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FRIDAY, AUGUR* It,11M HUMACHER HANGS UP EIGHTEENTH VICTORY 5K IBodgers Are Defeated By Righthander Runs Giants* Lead? Over Chicago to Three j Games j mz HfTGH S. FrUJERTON. Jr. f -Associated Press- Sports Writer • "•'If tlie Giants hit every day th* j •y so often do when Hal j ! TEXAS UElAGtTE Dallas 4, Fort Worth. S, night- Houston 4, San Antonio 1. Tiigh.t Tulsa 14. Oklahoma City 7 night Galveston 5. Beaumont *. night. LEAGUE Detroit IS. St. Louis *Boston 15. Philadelphia 2, (caller:d fifth, rails > New York at VTashin*tOT:. post- one<3. rain. Cleveland at Chicago, off «2ay. they probably would have the - tioxsa* lea^tie peBr.ast ready to st away is the clubhouse by ac-w. Schumacher, second only to Dis- | ty 3>ea.n Simons the league's pitch- t .'.'MS. -was credited -with 15 victories | against five defeats- Friday, chalk- ; IBS «j> his 1Mb Thursday ^hen i tfae' Giants belted out. s 15 to 5 : <!*cision over the Brooklyn I>od- j X«rs. And In those IS victorious i the Giants backed him UP j total of 215 hits, averting; j nearly 1~ each time. \ big rj|rht-hander fri«n | Ne-sr Tork 15. Brooklyn 5 I Chicago at Pittsburgh, postpon Philadelphia at. Bcszors ott day St. Louis at Cincinnati, off day. EAST »IXrE LEAGtTE Greenville 2. Greenwood 1. Yanks Learn From Defeat Byjiritish Bid For Davi* Cup Not Complete Failure, Reports Captain XETV YORK, (5*J.—"Written Into the final chapter o? America's un- F ByDub F ARE Furey credit for heinr th* best plac» in th* Texas for the development of y player* should so to Galveston. At any rate- Shearn Moody, who o^vns th* Buccanneers and Billy TVebb, -who bosses the leans successful bid for tbe Davis Cup 1 ou the field, hav* done ri«bt well m recent summers in the matter of preparing youns players for * chance- in the major leagues. —emblematic of -world tenuis su- premacy—Trere the -words: "Our bid for the cup -was sot a complete failure.** Those 10 -srords -were spoken by K- Xcrris CDick) Williams, the t team captain, as the 1934 book j -cvas finished Thursday when T7"ii~ | liams and his singles players, ) Frank Shields and Sidney Wood, I Moody, -who ha* sold two outfielders and s-w-0 pitchers this sea- is entitled to recognition in another line, too. He is> aJ-way« willIng: to part -with Fine Bluff 14, Cla.rksca.le •?. night | -^n^d down tbe san^plank from j Jackson WEST XHXTE Jacksonville 6. 3L--afkin * Fslestine 13. Tyler 4. night TEXAS I*EAGCE San Antonio TV. 70 . .55 . .51 . . .50 . .51 . .55 . .55 43 55 ST 57 5S 52 ??f. Diving: the Dodgers only j nits,'including a pair of hosi- j by L.ea Kc-ersecke. His mates | £=rair>_.<5t rtay | Galveston Watson Clark ar>d O^'-en jSeacrnont Carroll. \ Tulsa. ....... Tbe triumph increased N-e'-sr \ IDalias .......... Turk's lead to three full games j So-aston over tbe second-place Cubs as j Fort Worth Chicago's sa=r.c ^ifh PittsUiirgh j Oklanema City ... rained out- The other national j tie clubs ecjoyed an open date, | AMERICAN" American leasrue congests I Team— -completed a, day of one-sided gam- i I>erroit •>*v-»-hicb. sa*v the Detroit Timers } Xe^r Tork 64 39 'ipilow the Giants* example in in- | Cleveland . .57 45 creasing zfeeir lead to three sames. | Boston .55 51 IFoliowins tbe l-S-5 Giant score ( Washing-tor. •?« 55 came tbe Boston Ked Sox. 15 to ~ I S:. Louis . 4* 55 ?rer the Athletics. \v-bicii | Philadelphia 43 52 ^'.^accomplished its five innings } Chicago . 37 5S tbe 13 to " beatiris- tne Timers ; • red to The Brooms. NATIONAL LEAGUE Pet. .533 .551 .51? *513 .513 .475 .449 5Q"» ths Eurooa and set foot on na- j t:ve- soil for the first time in two "We were beaten by a better team, but the experience we sain r ed in The- challenge round matches •R'ith England should serve TJS well in preparing for the 1935 campaign-." Williams said. Shields said the series provided "constructive experience towards bringing the cup back to America." -\vhil-e Wood seconded the motioD, They ail -had high praise the doubles victories scored .f o _ Galveston otrner." a successful busi- _ _ i^ ness man before t>© bought tb.e | G^orire~Ma~rt!n~ Lott^ the'chicago Galveston team, deals wiib the 5S veteran, and l^ester S^toefen. of LKJS Angeles, although "Williams the to-werins: coast star and * *^ ; .=•<=.;•_ v— i^ i p — »•*•=•-»-ii.1*, i-'-'cut -?tc=_^ 0.1^^ t —^ g^-> 1 his short partner might have ! 553 1 tr ained harder. =;--? i any player Galveston any big league- team may want -without demanding . a. *tasr- gerrag price. And in addition to tHe four players he already ha*s sold up he is regarded almost certain to cash in on at least two more o* the Buccan- neer star players before the race Ths manner in -which the pitcher, Irefty Col* and » catchtr, Maysard. The only ca«h outlay to Moody was his purchase, price for Bivin. whom h* bought from Tulsa, at a small price* we understand. Bose Moody's -fourth sal* was made just two days ago wben be sold "Wallace- Moses, an outfielder^ to the Philadelphia Athletics for an unannounced sum. of cash. And Moody's organization signed Moses -when Fort Worth gave him an unconditional release- How does that make T>e! Pratt feel? And the results of this develop- and-sel! plan? Th© first year Moody 0-svned^.tb.e club it finished fourth in the first half and sixth in the second. Last year the Buc- canneers finished second on a straizrht through campaign. This year the- Bucs are in second place. Moody has sold four players and Buck Fausett. young third baseman, is regarded as almost certain to be sold to a major league team before long. 1J -when they want on© of his players probably is best illustrated by his tactics in the sale of -a Bell, hi« slugging outfielder. ACK TVTLSOX, -who in 1330 was the highest paid player in the National League and bolder of tbe home run record for the senior loop, has been given his unconditional release by t: Brooklyn Dodgers. The pudgy f Hack seems never to have regain- thc stride- he hit in the 1339 ^it thev their assign- .471 i Ttients and 4-0 ' ^410 I .343 I Cb-Icaso - Tigers "put on a slugging thai in some -way: -SErpassea the Giants" feat as the? Tron their ninrh stsccessive game, to > - r - -L^>' '.setra ; ,"n-e—-.mark for the big league j Boston seaso'n- Taey belied Buck Newsom, j F-:tsbi Tritp stayed, in a^d took his punish- naent ail the Tvay, for 20 hits, -arir- islnsE the game ^-irh s. six -run O-UT,'"burst in tne sixth. Tommy Bridges .••coasted through to h^s I5tb Tic- Th« nise-cstxne streak surpassed Cubs, Chicago's strea -d T>y a ti-e gaTTje. as costly to tbe Tar ; - fcees as it -s-"as to the Cubs, ptittirsg ,3>etro!t -^ben their game Tvith T_. .50 that ta?-ces nat." n€ srnile5. Although plans for the 1?35 ra.nn>ais"n are not even being dis- 1 cussed by the powers of the Uni- i ted States LraTvn Tennis associa- ~_^!T } tion, the feeling displayed by "Wil- "^t „ 1 liams. Shields and TTood indicated "-1J. I they would like another crack-at As soon as the St. Lonis Browns of fered about $17,000 for Bell. care of | Moody closed the deal. In this .5<:«9 .450 Fred Perry ana company a.nd. the ; connection it rnisrht be- pointed out that perhaps many other club morals -^-ould have held out for more cash in view of Bell's youth. and his hitting ability. As a result the deal might have s-one- by the boards and Bel! would have c-een the- loser through not getting a shoi a.t ths biar time. campaign, probably his best in the TT° players -wrhom Paris baseball fans" will recall with th.* Henderson Oilers have been bought by the- Oklahoma Cit>' Indians of the Texas League. Joe Bilgere. noxr a third baseman but a second sacker when the team played her© against, the Pirates, reported immediately after his purchase while Torn McPhauL fast ball pitcher. was to report when the West Dixie League season ends. VanRynto Meet Friday Berkeley Tidball Meet In Lower Bracket BROOKU>:E, Mass.. (.T>. mer Allison. Austin. Texas. and Johnny Van Ryn. Philadelphia, partners, meet Friday in the. semi-final round of the Ixmsrwood Bowl tennis singles. Th« lover bracket brings together Berkeley Bell. Kew Tork. and Jack TidbalL Hollywood, Calif. In Thursday** double program. Stoefen. Hitchcock May Be Out Of East-West Polo Contest X i: TT TORK. (*).—Tommy Hitcfecocfc*» latest polo Injury may prov» aerious enough, to keep him out of the East-West matches, thus seriously crippling the East in its bid to avenge the defeat at Chicago a year a£o. •> Although the famed 10-«oal player 'was resting comfortably and -was in no danger as m. result of the slight brain concussion he suffered in fall Geor»* Xx>tt and top-seeded I>avis Cup x-ictors, found stiff opposition in a pair of Bostonians. Henry Guild, president of the Lon£Ti*ood club, and Dr. G. C. Caper. Lott and Stoef- ea, held even during the first eight games of the o-penins set, won 5-4. S-Z, The victory placed the - Davis cuppers in the semi-finals against I Jack Tidball and Eddie- Jacobs, Baltimore. Trno defeated. Robert Bryan, Chattanooga, Tenn.. and John Mcl>iarmid, Fort TVortb. Texas, 7-9. 5-S. 6-0. The Allison-Van Kyn combination bested the Princeton tearn of Undley Tiers and Amos Enos, 6-1. e-3. Bell and Eugene McCauliff. Tonkers. K. T_ eliminated tbe Khode Islanders. William Van AJen and Arnold Jones. $-3. 4-S. 5-4. Play in th* -women's invitation xoumey, run in conjunction the bowl classic, a strictly "Wednesday, there -was much speculation Friday as to cotv the injury might affect his polo future. Close followers of the game pointed out that Tommy, -who played through a dozen years of hard - polo both here and abroad without serious injury, now has suffered brain concussions twice •within a year and that there seemed to be. a certain element of risk of permanent injury should he attempt to play before complete recovery from his latest mishap. He suffered a severe concussion in the 3Sast-"West series a ye&r ago and way on the sidelines all the rest of the 1333 sea- men's affair, reached the final round Friday. The Philadelphia Phillies or the; McPhaul impressed the writer EAST DIXIE LEAGUE Grc-envil!e . . 3^ 14 Pin* Bluff S! 14 Jackson 21 "4 £5 -= ~E,1 Dorado -1 -5 Rain Stops Ball Game Xational League offered. Moody} f-orn the start -with his fast ball j cash and t-nro players for pitchers [ hx'.rling and evidently the Indians { Orville Jorgerss and Slim Jim BIT- i liked it. too. In the Texas League, Lee Myers Comes Back To Wrestle Hitchcock's physicians predict siis- recovery -within ttvo -weeks and Devereux Milburn. head of the selection committee. is hoping Tommy will be ready to take his .customary place at No. 3 when the inter-sectional matches begin at tne Meadow Brook club Sept. &. However, the committee is preparing to fill the gap should tbv injured star be unable to play. Should the Kast forced to .-ide out without their 10 -goal leader, it se^ms likely that either Ebby Gerry or Stewart Igriehart will be at r<To. 3. These two young- Buffs Again Defeat First Place Padres Pippcn Gives Five Hits; Dallas Wins Third From: Panthers BY Press Sports Writer The 'second division Houston Buffaloes have a ri^bt to feel proud. They won thejr second straisht game Thursday from the league leading San Antonio Missions. 4 to 1. Cotton Pippen limited the Padres to five hits. He issued five -walks to keep him in frequent trouble but three double plays pulled him out of dgrhi spots. Tulsa and Oklahoma City held a siugrsrins match that terminated •with a. 14 to 7 victory for Tulsa.. Oilers cracked Sloan. Evans and Moncrief for 34 hits. The Indians scalped 23 hits off Davis and Brown. The second place Galveston Buccaneers took Beaumont, 5 to- 3. Oumbert stopped the Exporter* •with six hits and held them scoreless after the third inning. He £*>t away to a bad start by allow ins runs in the first frame. The -jEx- porters fired Sullivan ana Schabs at tlie BUGS and they limited per Webb's men to seven hits. Gal- vest on tied the score at. 3-a.ll irfth. sters. college rivals -when they v.-ere at Harvard and Tale respectively a. couple of years ago i hoth are rated at seven goals. ?o far a-, least. Mike Pbipps I Binning streak by takinsr their v.-hcs* string of p-^ufes :s one >f tj!ird s-traig-ht from Forr Worth. 4 the finetT ir: the country*. •'•O^TITS call at Ko, 1 ?-»ymour to /have jsiiued rh«? over sacr riva,*^ as of Buffalo, and George H. a t^-o run rally In the fifth and \von -w-ith two additional tallies In the seventh. The X>allas Steers continued their to 3- Billy Post, fv rmer Prince'on lu-1 minary, is *?;*• leading- caiJ'e! Hack. A*. No. 2. Earn A. i-. 1 It: required tbe conrbined. patching of Sal Gliatto and Joe Vance to out-hur! the veteran X>icfc "Whit-worth. Dallas grot ten hits against, nine for the Cat*. Bftrui* James, Tony Tork. Joe Vance- asjd | Dallas Warren batted in Dallas* runs Art Shires, Fort "Worti: first WEST DIXIE LEAGUE Team— 'W- I— cksonville 31 14 Pet. 1 .535 ; .55? .41 s ;Hwgo and Paris Nines • r ~ 3 {" Tangle A^aiu Friday i Afternoon j ir*. Moody said yes. and made a | ! profit regardless I consideration was for i TV ebb sisnned Jorgens r.der tbe arcs, •what the cash i ball, buzrinsr in about knee high Manager a free OiJ^hz, to be plenty hard to hit. And he had the hest fast ball -pre looked a*, in the local park during the ! -tme Paris was in organized base- a. ban this spring and early summer. fastf Will Face Jack O'Brien In 1 Moppinsr. I-^ rr.ationalfst. is br«I-j high c- .-r^- i f rr- t | m- Jimmy !V, ; !ls. erstTchUe iTr»ie| S»emi-riiial of Tuesday Mat Card j sacker. walloped a pair of doubles. Etex Grid Card Given -••• ~sr^*k * ~t ' *-'"—'•' ^f- Leo Lhegel ii±i- Win«Money| Texas League jerTirjc s=hcT at the Oaic ' 3SUI Cosntry club's east course-— i. a-'.-.-siszlins- 55- that equaled the • coarse record— earned the ; is. .tbe Rochester Centennial-^'a!- ; .-±er - "HasreK golf toumarser-u ; LT. enabled Diezre";, no-w \ 3h.ta, *.o wind u.- -^-i'h a ; re ieso over Denrer's > ~-^- "pe-reunial runner-up. Ky Laffoo". ; Leaders The bali game scned-aled een H'.:go anc Paris *.vas TV t ThursSay afternoon b;-" it or not. The rs-in fell 1 ond*Yn:i"iris"Vith the score " to 1 \ Loiie Star i- favor o? the visitors, only one of j Champion* Opett tbe t^o visiting i ans b-ein^ ea.mec. ; t«~- IT- - - •».Opposing batteries ^ere Speairs { SOn With Louisiana >. ai:c Coientan and Bro^n for the i COMMHHCH3.—The Kast Teza* Leaders y-. *• r« AiiVJ*j*j-< LJE-AGUE l^onlerence ^ tri «,.__p waa «r. Pirates .sss ; 35; Terry, j Toia! Associated Press —Be: •. Galbestor- Triples—Hoc-1«. Tulsa, ,, ~- Horr.e ru's- , or,:, r c-rt ] State ieacbers The f-'o clubs -will tangle again I champions of the Lone Star con- ; Friday afterno-on. rene-xing their j ference for 3533. •*-!!! open the |>:. right --here they !<sf- off. ! football season on foreign so:! ' .... ^ | a=ra;n toe the mcunc for the Bat- | ; S :ana Normal cre^v - at Natchi- Ga-"es*on T j t-ers -~hile Hugo hs^ a wealth of ;-oches. September 23. accordfr.g 5 ftiicers to shc-ct at the locals* ?-mKxa" aftemcon the. ! take on the Co!e Park e 1 -Ti T-_ .. - «• T_ „ I-,'-T;'"'-r-^-H-s'v- >v'' e-r-^^v.,::^- 1 "'^- 1 -^ $ season to clo<€ against the S-cutn Triples i to the program anno-unced by the Battlers j a.:hiet!c department o out of i .s institution. i players o » he entire corps _; ake the , Hp iri a.: vest or*. several players from Antlers ana ; 'A :"!• .also likely nave Harper, left- ! T „ i 3„_ .: . . . -»- —> _ 5 ij«'ncsr. en tne znouii<3 -w;tn coti- ; r-h*r, roriser Tyler catcher, on the ; r€^e;-.-ing enc. This s?ioul<J be an ': ^-pt-snb-r '5, LoStsiana Norrn Ca!., of t*!» chool plant a c. '• r-^r^. coiTvi"— ed txeir rr:a-rc;; cp the *T"wua,'*'~ ^ "riampionsnfp ladder for the entire | i,__, ^^^^^ ! si'es'ison Tcr:'et2 rh^y ^efes-te^ the 3 I Jocr—^s^g P^int* 3 *"-'£ T^*^"i.s bv s S-l " /^Af I 441 "f j^XT-e VT^-'^sdav ---•.-ri-g. On the ^^^^l_*.l-«i ^t\/ i • "~" - _j.--^-.a.. ^- ----—ft.- -»— -i.c TF» wi!5 buy o- tra>i* tor yonr j ^^'""-^-s day th* r-juar **-*&- ^s cop- j .,, r J-or t.jje bf*t values 't hotne fcr-• '-'^* ^^^es t^-itn an r--. ^ .n :n • D * 1 "*" 'rr* t> I C* /- j^fe^--^ *n the lora; pleygro^nd . H. Oaker rum. CO.! ball c^rs* w*r« ?ymed Ioo«e by October 5. 5t«ph€T: F. Austin Tcrrj-. Giants, .354. Runs—Ott. Giant Giants, 90. Runs batted in—Ott, 115: Suhr. Pirates. Si- Sits—P. TVarser. Pirates, i Doubles—Va2Erba.r». Pirates, 32; i Allen. Phillies ar.d F. Herman. "•?. — Suhr. Pirates, and Cardinals. 10. Home Runs—Ott. Giants, 23; lie local i Berber. Braves, -5. Stolen bases—Martin. Cardinals, II: Ctryier. Cubs and Bartell, Phillies.. 12. Pitching—J. Dean. Cardinals 21• : Schum2.cher. Gia»;ts. 13-5. AMERICAN LEAGTHE Batting-—Manush. Senators, .S31; Ge.hri?. Tankees. -3TO, Runs — Gehringer, Tir-ery. 103: TVerber. Red Sox. ?5. Runs batted in— Gehri£- Taa- k-ses. 1-5; Trosky. Indians, l-?9. — Masiisb Senators. 157; Tigers. Th* return of L,ee Myers, the razzberry favorite of all Paris wrestling: fstndoni. -will bs featured next Tuesday r,i&ht at Paris Athletic Club, where Manager Fred Gregrer will offer his -weekly -rrrest- g ca.rd, X.«e. the rotigh house I from "-way back, tvill be } FIGHTS Last Night By the Associated "Press T! into the rir.g with a grap-j LEIPERVIL.I.-E. Fa. — Tommy i U. S. to Be In Olympics Bnindage Leaves Note Behind Indicating This Action to Be Taken pier -who -will Tnis it Tvith him on j Rios. 152, "Wilmi-ngton, Del., out- t even terms—Jack O'Brier.. Xeitfaer will scop at anything: to w-fn a match and farss -who like their title, _Trrestiing- rouirn and Vince- I>ur.dee. 151. mid- 1 XETV YORK, t champion. (10). non- j A very Brucdagw ro-PT<Jy are | CHICAGO.—B^ck Everett- to have their inning- Tuesday. 1 Chicago, presa- dem of The American Olympic 1 5?, a?«ociat:on. »* now in FreschT LaKue. Giants, j Polled Billy Burns* aJmost Ga.ry. Ind.. outpointed Donald | ostensibly for tbe purpose of -_ 5 reaching a final decision on this country's acceptance or ASBtTKT PARK. N. J.—Tosnzny their sockets last ,fu*?sday comes back to face Marvin irnbergr, rated one of the fastest heavle? a.ny^~here in the country. It Is claimed that ^"estenber:; TTJOVCS around lik^e a H-ht "hcavv | an<3 combines hi? spe^d -with a | thoroug-b kno-^ledsre of all the ] trick of the game. } As for LaRnc. his tactics are j wi5ll knoTm to erery ParJs fan—! the rougher the better. He sho-*'-! <-d this agrain last -w.-ek when he si- j ir^ost rr-it>o!ed Burns permanently 5 CHICAGO. (.-?;.—A! Ettnmon.% wjrh an all-sator c;utcn and haspVhUr. Sox slugser ac<J on* of the n ,, Vier -jt-en any indication of peadin? American leajru* outfieM. rhar.ringr his style of -wrcstlin?:. I er*. ^a-i rnarried Monday to Dores He -^ill jrivw a-scay a bit of ^relsrbt I Lynn Reader. IS. Chicago, it T--SLS ar!?5 may rtin led dine b<?for? <Red> Barry, 1SS I-i ton. D. C.. <!0>. Eddse StiegeU j 135. Chicago, outpointed Pete pe-j °' -^ German inv{T*.tion to cotn- trosky, 147^, Muskcgon. M!ch_»^ e *c in * h « I535 eaT»es at Berlin, be left b^birjd him concrete evidence that he inl^ncs to approve tbe bid. satisfied that tne D* Stephano. ^00. Xe^- York, oist- r*o5ntcd Sea? Harris, 2^1, Chicago.!' 01 " a *-" 3 -" c " ovr partic! ,-JQ-, | Jewtyh athletes is ended, j Irr an artic'** for OH: \ ?r5r>a,re<l before he left. Brt ; ! Tvrot». trt ref<?rcT5C* to tbe of Simmons, White Outfielder, Is Married ' ?:aTn ; «T Doubles — Greenbers, tS: Gehrins-^r. Tigers, S*. Trl-ple? ~— Criaptnan. II; Manysh. Senator*,'10. Kc-me rxtr.s — G eh rig. ; Fc-sx. Athletic!-, 35, 2*; Fox, Tigers, 21. Fstcbing: — Gomez. Tank«*cs. 153: Rowc, Timers. IS-*. toc^b LaRue-"vV*isenber5 -:atcb to { olc -«-«nt for a ne the card, w ill ffo t^-o out | he Trould retam | 0 * ^jjr-ftr. falls -w-ith t^o hour time | b« in the Sox lineup Friday. limit •ji-bile Myers and O"Brl»?rt j ir> obtainlns tb« IJC^TJJW. SrtTn- Tirjll have an hou'- to arottlc their | jriors srave the name of Aloys?us x-rr-Btltrts: tftff'Cretsces. j H;trry -cvith trbScb b« Tw^^day n;g-ht ha.s t*«fs /J^^igTrsat- i -,va.-= christened in MfJwaoJre* 3t *--d a,-; tn<? orcasior: for the marsae?- ^ y«»3rs asro. merit <?nt«rtaSn:n;r e-mplo3'^s of tn«? | the -youth of the Uttited ; starts ^-Ith atblftfc talent to bend I thHr *?n5rcJ'»«; to th» task of "BT!H• ninsr a place on tbo American j Tea?5^. It is Tjot too soon no^ 1 ' to ! | b^.cir? Trninlrjjr for th» opportUTStty l*a-i-d Fridav } to tak ' part Sn tbt " Greatest of tn- "* " * " ,",-,. , . , tfmattonal athletic ^v^nts for-th* SitnrooBs said by teleohon* from? ., , .„ , , t , _ „, , i aorsc-r of country and f*?r tb^ La.ud«rda!e, TVis.. where th» cou-| „, ^. „- ^ n t . that p '' ; •' " CWcaso an<5 | , _ ,, , he Gcrrcan committee ts r*ry effort to pro vie 5 thw XEWS AND PERSONALS POOLS ARE CLEANED NEAR SHADY CRO\'E ' House TbaT Sells Fcr defeated !>*-•: i City "i2.T^r ir- ^e rrjoitli, Coletnan. -'ho ts on!" ~? --• BONKAM » *^5i^TT7ctn. — —o is onsy : <j years-i - oi*J. *;ajT5^ Her^ from Oklahoma > h.a.s return^'J Yotj To Visit Tb» Par-Tex Service Sta. Corner B<mfaam and 18th St. us 'or that. .Paw-Teat G*s aud Oil fijc flatg NOTICE TC» f ^•-'*«ks .•efcre Aag"nst ] C* ir? or-d*rr to sect:re | "•"•^f"—? out h*- 1C* per cer=t dtscoisnt. I ^-ourrtarrs^-nT, . Sop<erim«T«ienr or Waw-r Works. • r?y%<>. •y -51,5- L »-c. >>^ coTKpIete'i 'hfs'*-'? r^ceiv*'j h*T- K. A. <J»gr** T y«»s.r. H'< home is Jn I ?P"ecii»Jjrsia.g- in cheraiwtry. a.n<! •*-«= P .A cotnpl*t* r*?t of fwo ^ ar? 3«^<x*; ; <pxpect.*rtf t-y put him in ! y?t >* *- t *• ^ ^^ + ^ * ^,„ «r E SHADT GROVE-— Mauy peopl« in tfsls commuTiJiy art water an<S c^anlnsr otit pools cistems. A f*T have b»?iin pick- cotton. Wilrrser Gifford picked » bale o* professor in tb» f«r- Icrxton this ^e«?r. tbe first to b« ec»Tit ?amrn«fr zcbooL ;ginned b" ess-e cbo-rt thi«! year, r cf J'j-r3s-» ar^ \ Lar^*; crowd* *r» at-n'SSnsr ih«; in prosT i ??i» h«r«*.. Th* 1 Kef. ;rl7itr *^« "S'siftrtct • EP1>IE HIU.BOCSE, Jiwt Received Carload Marts jw«r*s arc frosn t to S y«strs -old aw^ . \v«i^h from 1 tHH> to 1,40ft po-tinds, S*i« at CUude Cowrt Howe BACK SATURDAY AFTERNOON Yoo Rm« 2! or 22 Not Later Hun 10 A. M., S*t«-a«y Suits and Ladies' Plain Dresses MASTER CLEANED AND PRESSED ^'srd T>aba«y of KimslsrtppS *T re -.-fsiimgr his mother. Mrs. B**TS- r5?r; Dabn*ry. ars<3 other relative!*. s.*"ka- V , ! sperst the -wefk end !n Dura-nt. W. I*. Short i» having * •«s of services. IT, Vernon HajrsiitoTt Mr. and Mrs. two sons', Herbert ars<5 R!ehar<! of ST. I>ouis ar«? rSwltlnsr relative* her*. Mrs. _ Mem- day, Twin bab'cs of '-Tr. Brs<j Tar borough -* - »r^ buried h*r*; Fri- Mr*. R. hav«» ! and «3»o?rht*? from a vtsjl Old Folks Like Tklt Laxative Jimmy Hefner Defeats Ban«*ki At Cincinnati CINCINNATI. <;ft.—Jimmy H«J- n«r. 17* poun«3*rr froro Sherm*n. Texas, Thureday nljpht def«*t«<3 Joe B*naeVi. I"?. Oklahoma City. in 35 minute* of *. *5-mi»ot* limit, one-fall match. 1 * brother, 0atch 'If*»fn«r, *round the r4t»* for th« time -allh Ivce Wy.koff, 220, Sf, IvOttJ*. for a 4r*w «j*ciirtoti H*fn«r AND PERSONALS WOLFE CIT1 MAN FE: CITY, — The Mr. Ca-rl Hamiaons and Mias N PH4R>I\CV BOARD . Fior*nc» r>unn. both or socth sm- " " XTOI.FF. CTTT. — M. T.. of this pJac* h»j« b**ri appointed by O>*r. MMarn A- Fersrcson to t ^» Texas State Boar«5 of ?h*r- marv *o »»r-.'*! the Tjn^xpired terra of C. B. Allison, of Da!U«. re«!KR'!^. Mr. I>ooley r*e*ived b!s Ph. G- from the Soutb'w«?»t*irn r»I«"3!caJ» coll*j?« and ha* b«*"n wn- ffa^ed In th* rctati drusr bTJs!n»!«* for abo«t tw*rnt>' five year*. H« -K9x formerly a m*Tnbct" of Th* Board of Pharmacy *nd «ct«rd aa SIR trra^Jrcr from 1325 to 1?t:T. phur. The first bale of cotton for was ginstcd hers Tuesday J. B. Ovtrsg'ston*!. cast of i t n *r o^-Ti ^r. *V. P. Maloney, of Dallas. •«•»« R Bo-w-n. of X>alia». • has been vWffnj? Irt the home Ir. *iif! Mrs*. K. R. Murphy. r«- to h«?r hof«<» this -we«;k. tlt- an<5 plans to re- AngeleB Olytcprc th« youih at Berlin tbe forbears of «. r*c* of fr**. !rji5ep»ndi'-nt thinkers «rccs* to the democracy of sport: d'sdSvirtftil of shsrp pm-clioc* of th« rights of oth«r» *jsd p-ractlc.:nsr the sotd*n rule fec- cau«« ft h*5I^Tfgit In It.** Great Britain Is th* only other major athletic poorer trhJch It**- r.ot yet formally acc*pt*^l th* Invitation to the 133* Olympics. HAULING WATER AT BALLTNGER y everyone *« ha-vlns" to haul Crater in thl* corn man If «*. Mrs. Gantf WtHla.T7»s of R*no bfl- rarne »n<J<5en!y 1H at the home of h*»r parenta, Mr. an<! Mr*. "W, t*. an<! VS.TI fak«'n TO a Paris Mr*. J- F- Hubert* and H«*!sr^n« of Petty, Mm, Olll* Jack of Paris, and Mr. and Mrs. JCeJtli H»<Jir»n* of Honey Gro^e, vi»!t<wJ at the home of Mrs, E, K. Hu<5*ens here Monday who nult e 1H. B, J* Tucwell and Betty Jo Clark of Ode*** ».re viajtin* relative w here. -sour oj s!!. of thfn n^-sdfty and Than«day of tht« w*«k *•* th« home of the K«v. s»nri Mr*. W, T^ Atlcen of T>!»nas, Mrs. Clfiewt Boyl<»« has r?t0-rn«?*i to h<?r hoine In Houston aft*r * visit here with r?latlvf«. T>.VRTX>R IDABE1,. Okla. —^Mr, *«fl Mr*. Roy Fallen, of Ktisro moTed to Idx- b»! rhl* week-. They *re TK»-=C ready for business 1n the store oceup!«HJ hy th* Rendrtr r The *tore has been re-decorated, palrrted and ha* all modern for manufacturing Jce th"lr specialty. GKT COMMERCE. — Amon* the 13<l Sir!* whb -wriJI receive the!r Master <5<rjcrrre» at the- Ursiveraity of Texas are tbrwws Corornrece co-e<5*. Ther •will hav#? crmf«>rre<J upon them the Kajiter of Art* «5«|rre»z at the en<5 of th« BTimmer we*w!on. Commerce students -srho w<i! sret decrees are: Clarine and Geraldlne Branom. daufcbfens of J. M. Rranom. and Nova. Mae Scaff, d«uffhter of A. J, Seaff. Heal Thooe Sore Gums ETCTT after Pyorrhen ha* affected your stomach. k1<Jney« and yo»ir Central health. L*to"* Pyorrh*a Remedy. u»*d a* directed can wtv* you. 0«nti*ti» r«cowimen«l It- It3er» return your mon*y If It itor*.— We Bay Old GoWT *t HK5HEST FRICES Ocwww? Xo. t2-«4f BONHAM STREET SPECIAL THIS WEEK Oil Permanent* $2^5 Other PermaneotJi, ,.. $!.»«> «p Wave ?««t lie- ELITE BEAUTY SHOP Kvetyw Sca^em, Tel. *"••! TIRES SHRUNK O. B. Thrashw

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