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w'4 f ; i&v ^DISPLAY £1A140 tuning repaifS, *j,>ree MtffnatcS., Factory cxper- •fence. M. L. Belter, 4$ M6ln. Teat. UNITED FARM AGENCY Ldcal Office — The Oaks Court Phohd f'ftospect 7-5883 We Need to Sell §, ttobVy .STfop and ^ fr/ We 'pick up arid "deliver. Buying.old guns that can be 1 trot Ui tise. m 136st 3rd. Mope, 28-3t Oik FMNtl Directors Due to many recent Sales. and, .the, "Farm buying' 1 Season igpf&achmg.^ we •must haVe more farms to sell, ttat!6n Wide Advertising and a 30 year feputatioh. ?6r results: CALL US Box 184 Hope, Ark. Grade School Grid Coaches Announe&d. Elementary school football f>ro giarn will gfet underway this Week with four teams being coached by ertior members of the Bobcat football squad and officials for each weekly game will come from the 3obcat squad. Coach Lawrence Martin announced the following coaching assign* rhentv, Brookwood-Paul Huddleston _,and RoWe; Oglesby-Billy SfcVlis ATLANTA (#»-fh;ii resurgent Atlanta Crackers, 'who battled into a 3-3 tie in the Dixie Series last night, send Glenn Thompson after the clincher tonight against the Houston buffs, the Texas League No Relief in Sihtfor YORK UB - 1 - A trt-'e r i C an League club owners "will leftrft of- California Seeks fourth game for Houston. . Donovan fmitftivl the Buffs the last Marshall Wray and Van Moore; Falsley- PINE Bluff Mercantile wants ma and Wife to collect establishe routes in Hope, Prescott, and Gurdoh. Car necessary. Good commissions. See Mr. Anderson at The Oaks'after 7 p-. m.' Mon day throueh Thursday. 27-6t Instructions HERNOON, CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION > Largest and Oldest In South Arkansas. Call '7-550S for our 'agents A23-1 Mo. '•'-- if • ; • •• •—- i <|F(pr Sql» ' *' ' 'p'lerttyot . . . ,„ USED TIRE BARGAINS Exceptional values In 2 Usea Detroit ""Jewel .Gas Range? -Fully guaranteed . Good, Used Practice Piafib •, Oklahoma JHreJJcJJupply DROUrSl'emergency feeds. Range Cube's.»Range Meal for salt mixing. We [Dairy and 6d% Grain sweet .feeds. Our prices are right. Call or see us. Phone 7-2547. HOPE FEED CO. Wade Warren, 1 FURNISHED 4 room apartmen Manager. ' 22-6t N O children. 203 East Ave. C. 25-3 Bruce Duke and Wayne Johnson; Garland-Jack keck and Rufus Herndon. Officials for the weekly games will be picked from this group of seniors: Lyndon Pate, Johnnie Burke, Jimmy Wilson, Gilbert Honeycutt, Franklin McDowell, Dale Hartsfield and Bill Thomas. The City Recreation Department, upervised by Charles Gough, is uiding this program in coopera- ion with the school athletic pro- ram. ; . CLASSES in tap, acrobatic, ballel and toe. Katharine Windsor, 104 E; Wth,- Phone, 7-3327. . 22-1 mo For Rent | UNFURNISHED; 3 room apartment Private bath, rent reasonable 1311 W. Avenue B. Phone 7-3696 10-t 5 room house. Phone 7-2622 James Cobb. 24-3 , clou matter «t „, ,Mope, ArkmiMU of March 3, W7. SHOATS, 3V4 months old. Also pig, THREE large unfurnished room '- ~ ' ' " ~ Private bath. and private en trance. 408 East 3rd. St. Phon 8 weeks old. Route 2, Hope, Bufford. C. Johnson. 25-3t 7-3530. 25- b flseven scattered hits in Crackers' 0-2 third victory night. .The Winner tonight will be acclaimed the champion of Dixie Liaseball. . Atlanta shelled Willard Schmidt for five runs in the fourth inning With Vern Pelt's two-run .double striking the heayioitt blow. Although h eencountered a few rough ?pots, Donovan was in command all the way. A crowd of 10,477 shouted its approval. Houston got off to a fast start in the series with two victories but the Crackers pennant winners of the Southern Association bounded back to take three of tho next our. any League President Will called today's session a "clarify ing" orte and indicated there would be no effort to fdtie a showdown on the A's situation, which has been steadily going from bad to worse. Roy Mack, executive vies, pros idenl of the Athletics, is expected to present two altor'natives 1o hh fellow club owcnts. One is the sale of the club to Arnold Johnson, Chicago business man, .who wants to transfer the franchise to Kansas City. The othe calls for the league to help rais, the money nece:?.-sarv . to carry o: the operation in Philadelphia. Roy has been imabk- to.rais money to retain control of th Notre Da me Listed Tops in Nation _________ _ team himself. There is knoivn op-' car W as found overturned and TCU Expects Porkers to Be Rcrt HOT SPRINGS ijil.--.6ne California detective is on»hand nnd an others is preparing papers needed to return James Merkotiris from Arkansas to California, where he * charged With the murder .of his x-Wife and her second husband. Merkouris 40, was arrested in a j elephohe booth in tho Arlington Mel here Saturday by FBI •VSCnts. He offered no resistance, nnd hns denied iiriy knowledge of :he double slaying in Los Artgeles. Mrs. Depine Forbes. 34, nnd her ntsbnWd,' RobeH.P. . Forbes, . 40, Were-foiifid shot to death in their ceramics shop Monday. Los Angeles police . said Merpuris had threatened^pVbes Xever'al tifnes. bressen to Mondgi Washington NEW YORK M -- Chnrlic Ores- sen the new Washington manager is with a new club in eague, but the former and Cincinnati pilot is still the old Dressen. L6s AVlg'eies Police .Sis'i. G. F, Jones a^riv^d in Hot Springs yes terday.;$e s ; ald another Los AJigcV cs officer, Sgt. r. P. Littb, a rtew Brooklyn The little 55-year-old pepperpot signed yesterday'to lead tho sixth place Senators for the next two years at an estimated $40,000 per season. Holding a press conference, Dressen demonstrated the same self- confidence and outspoken fran.<- He Flowed nlainlv (not a ness. ( gors preparing extradition papers and, would .arrive in Mot Springs in nnnts, "two or three days." ! Merkouris' alt.irney, P. E. Dobb.R, sid'lMerkwri.-i would fight the extradition. The arrest of Morkouris ended a five-day, 2,000-mile search. His ti*zafjf *-•»- - - , ,. ,. i year had not softened his bitterness towards the Brooklyn nods' organisation, which let him after ho won two straight pen- position among the club owners to the proposal that the frrtrtchhc be transferred to Kansas City. Clark. Griffith, owner of the Washington .Senators,; has ex- abandoned near Pueblo, Colo., last Wednesday. For a time the search was concenlrated in that area, un- 2 MALE and H female Dalmatian 4 RQQM house P"PP ies ' * 5 '' and * 10 ' Mrs ' J ' ' g^d wafer. Vi P"PP ies 'Adams, Rt. 2, Emmet. mile of city limits. 25-Stj Priced ~right.'~Ph. 7-2243. 28-6t By ED WILKS NEW YORK !<T) -- Notre Dame the nrc-soason Choice, took over the No. 1 .spot today as the nation's sports writers and sportscasters made a quick overhaul of the rankings in The Associated Press.' weekly college football poll. The Irish, second a week ago in the first poll of the season, vauled into the top position with solid support after their irriprcs- ^_ sive 21-0 victory under new coach electricity, gas,'Terry Brennan in their ' season opener agamst Texas last week- GJRAVEL bed. See at 1517 S. Pine. THREE Tdom apartment, private and private entrance. Near school. 808 W. Fourth. Phone 7- 27-3t ^pif.&rt»».-"---» • ' 3 -°° ROPER Table top gas range in ^ gop"d condition, 217 N. Elm. Phone ' 4-3353. 27-6t 3152. 28-tf tracte; with, discs,, plow, *T mower. Inqute 312 South ,Walnut. f < </•- '; ,' '' . <27 - 3t '•.'• '' , , .. .1 i 1602 SrtHtk, ; 5 p5 Texas 360 N. TAGGERT seed oats, germination 96%. $1.25 per bushel. Phone 74931. 27-Ot ,. ;\ .Lost, i iWH'ITE •? ^Jer«ey,i« muley; „$ weight about 650.*Has-sale barn tag No, 830 in ear. Call 7-3898. m*. - • " 2 ? - 3t end. Notre Dame, claimed almost two-thirds of the first pla'ce'votes on the 1954 ballots. Oklahoma's Sooners, given fivst By JOE BENHAM. ...'. Associated Press Staff Texas Christian University's impressive sophomores shurgged off the .glory of their unexpectedly fine showing aealnst t'ie University of Oklahoma last week and went to work Monday like they vere the worst team in the Southwest Conference The teen-age terrors from Fort Worth heard soberiru; reports fromj scouts who watched the University of Arkansas smash Tulsa 41-0 last Saturday. TC U meets Arkansas Saturday night, at Fort Worth in the Southwest Conference opener for both team.s Walter Roach, TCU backfield pressed opposition to'Kansas City, chidfly because such a move would make Baltimore an eastern team nnd require a .-.schedule that would have the 'br'.oles and Senator.? playing at' home at tho same, time, The two cities arc only 30 miles apart! Six affirmative votes are necessary to. move a club . .The fact that all is hot. lovo. and kisses in the Mack "family'Hsslf makes the..problem an even more difficult one to solve. . . Whatever happens to the: club, i will take several million dollars to rehabiitate it. til a Springs. Deaths Around the Nation By The Associated Press NORWALK, Conn. —Henry (Hy) \Tivnr 8G former newspaper and oncenlratecl in mat area, un- j - ua ^ 1 ' ' . „. . t , , 1d an imat- UP led the searchers to Hot^i^^J^i^ comin g Amateurs coach, told the Frogs they must do f> "better iob of nronarntion for Arkansas than we did for Oklahoma if they ar" to'st.on the single place honors last week settled in m ." n ' g o jj ense O f t he Porkers. Negro Community Phono J-583Q, Or bTfrji ite>n> to Mlw Turner Sunday,, September 20 marked r " dl I another historic day for St. Luke, ~ ' • - ' ' It was the 2nd AT FAIR Grounds, shell rimmed | Church Sheppard. I glasses in' reptile case. Notify. Anniversary ol Rev. fi __ * _ _ _ **». ?•.. _ \ £>..M^nir CTnliAnl \ua« >'A glasses in MI^.,, E, , 7-3518, J E. N. Glover. For Lease 144 ACRE farm, modern home, 65 acres tllable. Write or see Oren L Harris, 7M: miles south of Hope <m LewisviUe highway. Route. 1, HoVe'.' ' '«•.'•• ' 27-3t Sunday School was conducted by W. B; Burton)' after ^unclay School a program was rendered. The Rev. H. T, Trent delivered a Anniversary •serWon, ' \ ""* i the No. 2 position. The Sooners. pressed by TCU for their second victory, had a clear edge over Hie rest of the field. The Irish collected 94 first place votes and a total of 1.433^ points (based on 10 points, for first 9 for second, etc.i while Oklahoma collared just 24 first and 1,224 points. The experts merely reverted to their .pre-.season selections, in naming the two .top teams, but they jilted most of their other first week choices ' with puppy-love abandon Five of last week's top 10 stumbled and two Georgia tec!) and Illinois, : fifth and sixth a week ago _ dropped clear out of the top 20. Iowa, with its 14-10 surprise against Michigan State:, jumped into the No, 3 spot from the No. 12 berth, displacing Maryland, the 1953 mythical national charn'pion. The :Terps, idle last weekend, ,a TCU{s,aw movies of the Oklahoma ga'me, which 1 ;.. th>? Frogs lost 21-16, then went through a thorough drill. So far they're in good shape. ' Arkansas, which showed that it can move against Tulsa. spent the day working on ways to keen the oposition stationary in drills at Fayetteville. Coach Bowden Wyatt said the rest "o fthe week's workouts probably will follow the same pattern,. End Walt Matthews suffered a dislocated elbow in practice arid may miss the Saturday game. . v > -•';, Other training .camps had about the same schedue, with light, thor- cxigh workouts typical as Baylor prepared for Miami. Texas readied Notice . * 4*twi*t ,,, .1 J Jt3 -'A Cl IJJ»( H-liw Atl.Tfc »V wx.in- t*v»| TVe Appreciafion "Committee re f dl . opped to s j x th, while UCLA ad- jrted the, gifts'for'the pastor and vanced f rom eiahth to fourth an;l Jor Washington State, Souther^ Methb'dist set 'for 'Ge.irRia Tech, Rice readied for Cornell anl Tc;xas A&M got set for Georgia. •B'ayl6r';S" Bears watched movie? Likely Sertes Starters By JO R1CHLE.R . . NEW YORK '/«.•;— .Barring, surprise selection, : . the 1954 World Series .will open ... .at the Polo Grounds tomorrow ..with. Sal Maglie (14-6) on the mound for the New York Giants opposing the Cleveland , Indians' Bob Lemon (23-7). : ..,-.: Both managers, Leo Duroeher.of the Giants arid Al Lopes of the In- cUans, proniise'd to make their se 'ectipns known today. Despite Duroclier's knovvn will ngness to gamble, it was felt tha _eo 'realizes he. must go with,his veteran ace/ who /w;a.s his froh niar. in all of the Giants' clu'tcl series down the st'r'.elch. Magli will be fully rested, having pitchcc 6rily/two v/armup innings , las Saturday. . . . > Lt'mo'n als'o will be fresh. .He ha not pitched 'since' Friday when h wehf: the distance against, the Pe tr'oit Tigers. 'Early ,;Wynn, , wh had been coupled V/ith Lemon b Lopez as a possible '.first 'starte) SnavelySays By JIM VAN VALKENBURG ST. LOUIS . —.1.1.T) Veteran Foot ball Coach Carl Snavely believes many big schools would be su'r prised how good an athletic pro gram they qould have under strictly amateur policy. "Arid the 'day', may come whei many major schools might hav to adopt an amateur policy. . "It could .happen .if tho Nationa Collegiate Athletic Association ba against unlimited television w'er ifted or eased," said Snavely, no\ n his second year as 'coach a Washington University. "We.at Washington 'aren't trying o reform or crus'ad<vand .we know our situation isn't the same as hat at many 'other school-;. "But we are proud' of the bene- its our amateur policy has ichieved. 'What's more, these boys play better football than most people eru vt*» v\rfi/ii*«jx| •• - . i ' * ,to this country in 1888 worked for, 1 ublications in Germany, Paris ana Condon Died Monday. TORONTO — Thomas W. Jones 9, who for 30 years, worte ."The ay walker" column on the editor- al page of the Toronto Star, Bern n Ireland, Died Monday. •DUE WEST, S C Dr Wiliam L (Buck) Pvesly, GO, named by the American Medical As&n in 1948 as the family doctor pf the year Born in'Due, West, Died Mon- Cox LAWTON, Okla — Momer 33, former soldier Who was freed last Christmas after being imprisoned by the Russians' for years Died Monday four . j First, Then Friends, Soys Faubus LITTLE ROCK W, — Orvcl Faubus Democratic nominee for governor, says his "great obligation- is to the people," .but after that obligation is discharged, u I ban 'reward my .friends then, I have done no great wrong." He told a banquet meeting of the Sixth District of the National As- soeiation of Radio and Television Broadcasters last night •eali'ze," said Sn'ayoly. long called 'the grey fox" by, fpefj.who respected his talent f.or building resourceful . attacks and devising ;ricky Single .wing play. " :"'; The '60-year-oM Snavely, n high ly successful headmah for 20.'years at University of North Carolina, Cornell University • and ' Bucknell University; said he retains a reasoned fan's interest .in big-tiiri'o football ami hasn't any cliticisrn Wisconsin moved in at No, 5 from a tenth-plaice with Baylor' last PIANO tuning, repatts, regulating M-ee 'es'tlm&t^s. ^Factory exper. i^^'JJ.tfit' T OnUoT. A'lt TVTnin. enc Te~xari<ana Relter, 423 Main, 28-6t It's ' wrppg to harpoon. a right Whale, This'sgepies is protected by agreement, ported his wife, Many nice gifts were received. Among the donors were Mr. •and Mrs. Campbell, Mrs. Luma Cheatham, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Burton, Mr. and Mrs. Ezell Burton, Mrs. Julia Hill. Mrs. Amanda.Jackson and Mrs. Roste Baker, also many financial _ •gifts. The Spirits, of Zion singers ing blows last weekend, are T.exas from Magnolia rendered a fine, Klri 4. ,, n tn bnmoimr'into Notre program. Guetts from Hope were Mrs, Roxie Hadley and Mrs. Johnson. Our goal Is to rebuild by put- The rest of the top 10 lines up like this: Duke, Mississippi, Southern California and Penn State. Missing, in addition to Georgia nnd Illinois, both dealt tell SMltH'S QENERATOR & 5TARTIR SHOP iTH-jJii' '^t', * NOTICE RODEO VISITORS i No. 4 until bumpinsf Into v Notre Dame; Michigan Sta'o arid .Baylor. The Longhorns wound up 13th. be- hiiKN Baylor, with Michigan State another length back at No. 13 after being ranked No. 7. '"WBF* m *. . olland Balers Tractor* 'of their -victory over Vanderbilt and heard scouting reports of Miami jefore working out until later than usual. The Bears had two players on the injury list — back Ronnie' Guess and tackle James Ray Smith — .as they were told by Bill Henderson that Miami showed power and deception aplenty in beating Furman 51-13. . Texas .'Conch 1 Ed Price told his Longhorns they lost (21-0). to.'Notro Dame, because they couldn't hold onto the ball and were ouvvanked botli offensively and defensively in passing. He blamed.'four pass interceptions and four fumbles for tha pitched a "pressure" g'artio against of it. . . "But "the're is no mistaking that reduced •income and;tho... possibility of unlimited television might compel many bi'g-timer;! to go for the that he was going to play his "political obligations. 1 ' Quoting Andrew Jackson's famous remark that "to tlie victor belongs the spoils." he said "we , know that to a certai!i extent that is correct." , Faubus, who defeated Gov- Francis Cherry's bid for a second term nomination, talked as if his election is assured. And it is, unless Little Rock's Republican mayor Patt Hummel, the GOP can- 'ddidate, can break n. 75-year tra- JJHCnUQ U pi Coo U l y guiii'- M(5*»»»iti». ,!•"-* ...«..^ :"c» -•-.— " '"• • ,, - a ~ • :• Detroit Satuvd'ay, -.vdrking pn a,no-[policy Washington adopted in 1947. hitter until the ninth 'inning. _ v "At every; .college there is nl- l,AY AWAY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS Blpyules,' Trlpycles and Wagons From WESTERN AUTO Associate Store CM>USI REFRIGERATION SERVICE YPU! nuke. Southern Cal and Penn ]6 g and comme nted "we also need -" " ........ --- " *" +h " *"" 1ft o iprove the tackUnB in our sec- ndary," before Tesa a' Saturday fter'nobn meeting with Washing- Chickens ready to eat state are newcomers to the top ppr.k.beef, Bar-B- along with Jowa wn(le Mississippi moved up one' notch, from" ninth. Penn State, the outfit that upset Illinois 14-12, wasn't even listed a week ago, While Dviko and Southern Cal moved up from 113 and 15 respectively. The top ton with, number of firpt place vote;, in parenthesis (points ased. on 10 for first, 9-8-7, 3-5, -3-2-1) 1. Notre Dame (94) 2. Oklahoma (24) 3. Iowa (11) 4. UCLA (3 . . t. Wisconsin ( (7) ! 6. Maryland '(3) 7. Duke (7 8. Mississippi (3) 9. Southern California 10. Penn State Second Ten J't 11. Baylor 12. Texas 13. Michigan State •14. Ohio State (1) la, South Carolina (1) Hi. Rice 17. Texas Tech 18. California 19. Purdue 20. Floridu he rough work to the freshmen rid congratulated his Texas A&M earn on its showing against pkla El\ybodr.Kett}er was a L|re« Enough to |m»!l Enough to Yoiupj|?.or PA I Niff D NOW! K;«:, $35.00 While yog are having your car painted we can $ that Vtork on yoyr motpr, brakes or 'body work, „ • ,. • Expert mechanics always 1433 1224 832 746 062 621 617 328 349 208 16 13 1? 12 10 on State. Coach Paul . (Bear) Bryant lcf toma jleasarit improvement ame. Scout Red in tha Bale told Rice tha .•» «AYLK TAtBOT. dition in the Nov. 2 general elec lion . NEW .YORK ; ff) —A man who un-' ertakes to drop the World Series tarting hare tomorrow can do' one f two things. He can take the dds-makers 1 .'word.for it ^that Cle/eland is virtually a' shi)6-in :;because of superior ! jjjtcliing, i or; he can haul off and make up bis bym nin'd without any help from Las Veg'as. In our own particular, .case, it .wi.ll je the latter. We happen to fe'el hat, man for man, the NcW York Slants havo a good deal the more solid ball club and tliat, given thcii share of the breaks, they figure to overcome the Indians in six or lot in the same'class-with Whitey Lockman of the Giunts, who is one of the very best. The .Indian's obl;aine ; fl theft, shortstop, Strickland; : frp'n> : ,tlie hopeless Pittsburgh Fijratep back in '52 mostly, because' tlU>y ' figured that anyone might do oetter at the posi lion than Ray Boone. It is tr'ue.thn George has supplied' the type of fielding -for which the, club was starved, but :he is./lucky; if he-Hits within, .40 points of captain Alvih Dark of the Giants. . ; So thereJar'p:'three.. inipo'rtpnt positions "at .'which'the National Lea- ways a strong faction that would favor such,a policy." . ' ; ^Washington' withdrew' from the; Missouri Valley Conference in 1947 ; after 40 years of membership. The school awards no sch6lai'3hips or grants to athletes.. .. Snavely, who resigned after the 1052 season at North Carolina, won seven of nine games have last year : and .opened' with, a-5&14 victory over Missouri Mine 1 !. His all-time record read's' 155 victories, 79 de-; feats, 16 ,t;es,and; thvco bowl •teams. seven games . The reason we say tha Nationa Indians have Leaguers are tto more solid is that J»M, f^ff^-^- nol they have an established big league guers excel by a tremendous rriar- cin. At no position, infiold or out quite Cornell has a great passer in Bil Degraff 'and consid'Srablp speed i he backf'ield rfflding up to an al' around dangerous team, Coac Jess tJeely followed .up the vepoi with a stiff workout. Don Mcllhenny S"t back in th lineup at Southern Methodist alter $ urc , thay must have done all missing two weeks dir injury. Coach Woody V ... e „, R ^ „ Mcllheriny was improssivo with -'^Ip.,,^ stars o fthem overnight. The running as the Mustangs — onl y! 5 till are Vic Wort?.. Dave Philley team ^ th ® conference — which | and Gem . ge Strickland, who were even at second Bobby Avilja, cutfield. whereas the Indians' regular lineup includes three retreads Who were found wanting, by other major league outfits in recent years. leading hitter of his league, rates ever Davey Williams at the plate, but he can't field with the littlest of the Giants or make the double play as well. All this is the a , t ihe is sufficiently important, because normally wound w hasn't /played a four weeks of uninterrupted drills ting up a tile church. The Verger Band ,.„ ,...-. .,„,,. will meet Tuesday night. Septenv >er 28, at the regular meeting pla- e , asking all members to be pre- ent at 7:3Q p. m. By the Associated f 1 ""* CARACAS. Venezuela — World teatherwei/iht champion Sandy Saddler, 123'a, new York, stopped 3aby Orti;'., 129, Mexico, 3 non- Me bout • New York — Danny Joe Perez, $91/2, Ne w York, outpointed Bobby Nelson-Hill Post No. 427 wil} meel wesday night, September 2,8, at he regular meeting place at 8:30 P Mrs. Alberta Anderson of J?an sas City, Mo., is visiting Ker '-— pnts, Mr. and. l^rs, -' and ottsr "' . . 1lon , / Brooklyn Carmelo Costa 129% Salt Lake City, stopped Hans Frei- drlch, 194, Germany, 3 turned loose by second division clubs — two of them this year, and it sems. fair, to suggest that they made good because Cleveland ha'4> enough pitching to affovd them philley, veteran of nine undistinguished seasons, was traded . to ho Indians by the Philadelphia. Athletics for a coupje pf itfajr&r 10 one has heard of since. As Phil ley still can't do anythinS .much ejc t throw, it would be 'a wijste of time to try to compare him his opposite number in right Giants earn. ' The ;1hdians are not. Too Radio Proaramt NpW YORK W — Selected pro grams tonight: * NBC H- 7 It Happens to You: 8 Radio Theater, "How Green Was " ' sleeve 0PS — ?:30 The Music; field. Don Mueller, who led both leagues in total bits. Until late in June, Werts stil wa,s trying to maso th? Baltimore put-ield arid getting nowhere. A sta r pr Detroit, he hnd.Jo.st ,tMe.b^ ing gift and appeared to be or lis way out. The Indians got him '.of a second-line pitcher they own' need. Only July 8 manager AJ Jfft? su,dj} c <uy re»H?ed l^e di^iVt have 'u-st baseman, anjrt '4.?.H®4 W$tw give it 9 whh-l, It p tW WW overpowering o prove decisive by itseif. We do ot think that thb Indians' pitch- ng superiprity real or imagj- ery is equal to that of the Gi- nts ini hitting and fielding. The a sound, balanced ball Butter Pecan Devil Food CAKE Fresh Frozen Coconut CAKE Sweet Potato and i Mince Meat PIES JOE'S CIIY BAKERY 2165. Main ANNOUNCES A NEW POLICY! 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' '* II P«^rv a rin 8 19 Conclusion 31 Time gone by 49 Drunkards i | 2 , P^varication 2Q ^.^ ^ Egretse 51 Encountered ,j 126 Melts down 22 Smooth 38 Devotee . 52 Exist ' ) Bother :31 Metal fastener i32 Diamond- 'i cutter's, cup 33 Chemical suffix 34 Goddess of infatuation 35 Dutch city ' « 36 Apache chief ^ in his pictures 39 Excavated (Fr.) 42 Disencumber 43 Begin 46 Rugged mountain crests 50 Edible. rootstock 51 Cartograph <H)54 "Emerald Isle" SJl _....• • I 55 Assam silkworm : 56 Native of I Latvia « A NiS* A, S t A H , . H fc VOU. HAVE TC| SPEAK DOG .LANGUAGE WHICH ONLY.PROVta $NAttt*/"SMAftP WOOF By J. R. WJIM«m« OUT OUR WAIT I've HAP ME EVE DM VOU/.YCHJ . ,... THAT BABV BVA VA MfeAN LWB THAT N6VSIZ HAP SUCH; A ^THAT LOOK& LlKB, <STOf!£ ANP Sf*LIT 11 , UP TH 1 . . . f HIM.' YOU WIPSrUCH. A GOOt> HOME, SAIP THg OFPIC&5ENT STLJPlP PUNCH OP<a\.6SS UNCTEft WHOLE UIP6 OWM BR6TH6I?. IMTO A LIFE O' CRIME.' ITS HARP-. J: TO BELIEVE.' WASH TUBES ICOULPM'T MvW<E THE 6COUMPREL& OtT, HEAR. 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