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FRIDAY MORNING,' AUGUST 27;; 1926; ,
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Com petition Too Weak to
Give- -Jack Strenuous
Workout, He Needs
ATLANTIC? CITY. Aug. .26.
(By A. P.)-Jack. Dempsey . en
gaged; lm his first open a?r wpri-
out in the Greyhound race track
today driving . punches at seven
human , shock absorbers while a
throng of 1400 paid; 4 1.10 each
for the. privilege of -watching him.
Tbfworld's heavyweight" cham
pion was! unable, tq get the kind of
work he needs, due to the inabil
ity of his sparring partners to
stand up under a bombardment of
- heavx - punches. - Two of them
failed Ho last a rouud. consequent
ly DSmpsey- faced seven sparring
Dcrtners for his five rounds of
jdovdwprk. He "devoted his atten
tlon to developing speed, ducking
Harryf GreB, former . middle-
; weight champion, was an interest
ed spectator. He said , Dempsey
needed heavier. Snd more aggres-
Bire sparring partners, ,tQ enable
him to get into condition. Greb
has aced. the champion In train
ing )Oufs sod aIo ; has , fought
Gene Tunney, the challenger, five
time !, going six - rounds against
D mpsey ;was . late in 'appear
ing or hla workout as ne was at
the railroad Station bidding good
bye to"hIs wife, Eslelle Taylor.
She eft fofiollywood to start on
a new "motion - picture.' She has
no desire tq.see her husband fight
and will not be at the ringside
whei i he engages Tunney in Phila
delp lia on the night of September
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 26.
Tex I Rickard's -contractors who
will put in the seats at the sesqui
centeanUI, stadium for the Demp-sey-Tunney
. heavyweight ; cham-
pionphlp., fight September 23. wui
hava to do some fast work. .
It! was stated today a tthe ex
position offices that the job of put
ting down- flooring, on the field for
the peats around the ring will not
begin until September 18. This is
due to. the . fact that . several . ath
leti4 efents are scheduled, for the
stadium during the first half of
September. ; The work will pro
ceed day and night.
The titfeet sale js getting under
wayl todaxt,jthfr branch- offices.
Thej main office will be xpened to
morrow ana i ex KieKard's corps
of officer andmen are preparing
for ja. busy time, , Joseph F..-. Boy-
ton Rickard's treasurer, expressed
surfriso at the interest already be
ing fhown in the big. bout.
TThe- demand, for reservations
has (been so .great,' he- satd, "that
It would not surprise me if there
was a complete sell-out a week
before the big fight.
steady influx, of.
cast, I cannot give a
but, right now you may say
estimate is In the million-dol-
mark." .. v
P. .Wooarr son. 271..m
Com'L SU furniture store. Bar
gains In furniture of all kinds.
Agent for Lang ranges, best made.
Also auctioneers. ()
Henry O. Miller 184 S. Com'L
SL where most people prefer to
get their auto parts for all. makes
of icars. Trade there and make
savings on All auto parts. (
TJlrlch A! Roberts, realtors. 122
N. Commercial know property,
values and mak for you prof it-
anie investments. Will both save
make you money. , (
Toledo Construction begins on
ney 60-room hoteL
First rade rrires.
Viking Are QUALITY
Thjpse special prices are
low for tires of this qual
ity,, Wecan give them
beeause . we buy for a
chain " of, stores and be-'
cause .we have no sales
men's expenses to add to
the selling pricey
30x3 Oversize .... 9 &30
30x3 U Giant Over
- ie ......... 1 0.70
31x4 Oversize . . . . .18.23
32x4 Oversize . 4 . . 19.23
33X4 Oversize . . 20.23
32x4 M Oversize . . 2S.80
33x3 Oversize'.,. .$ 33.P3.
33x3 Oversize ; 3.5. OO
29x4.40 Balloon o ' 11.60 ;
20x4.05 Ilalloon . . 16J
30x4.03 Balloon . . 173
30x3.23 Balloon . . 18.50
31x3.23 Balloon . . 10.10
83x6.00 Balloon . . . SOUSO
. m-m . . ... aw . . 1 r
! and COUBT STS. ?5i!2.'
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 126.
( AP.) San Francisco turned : on
Los Angeles today and gave, them
a fine pasting -12 to 6. '
Score - R- H. ; E.
Los Angeles . .
....... 6 9 3
v.12 18 2
LOS ANGJ2LES Au,' 2 6 . r
(AP.) Clyde Barfoot . bested
Prank Shellenback in a pitching
duel here today and pitched the
missions to a 4i to S victory over
Hollywood In eleven Innings.', The
Missions won after two were out
In the eleventh. : ; " 4
"Score ' ' : R.jH. E-
Missions . 4 10 1
Hollywood 3 ' 9 1 1
Barfoot and Walters; Shellen
back and. Cook. -
PORTLAND, Aug. 26. (AP.)
Oakland- Portland postponed,
SEATTLE, Aug. ZC. Sacra-mento-Seattle,
Acclimated ornamental nursery
stock, . evergreens, rose ' bushes,
fruit and shade trees at Pearcy
Bros, in 'season. We have our own
nurseries.: 178 S. Com'L ' ()
Tyler's. Cora Remedy takes the
soreness out of those corns you've
been trying to rid yourself of for
months. Sold only by Tyler's
Drug Store. ()
. The Marion Automobile Co. The
Studehaker, the world's greatest
automobile value. Operating cost
small. Will last a lifetime with
care. Standard coach $1415. ().
Reliability is one of the good
features ot the famous Federal
Cords and Balloons. It pays to
deal with Malcolm's Tire Shop,
205 N. Commercial. ()
Director's Department Store Is
building up a reputation, tor guar
anteed merchandise;, conducting.
a real department store;, making
steady progress, too. ()
!' St. Helens New machinery in
creases output of Mowat & Swift
FRIDAY SEPT. W
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CREAT FAH CAST
2 MILES OP
2 Performances Daily 2"d 8 P.M.
. DOORS .OPEN.I HOUR EARLIER,
; Downtown Ticket Sale on
Show Day at ,
SHERMAN CLAY & CO.
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PHILADELPHIA. Aug. 26.
(Br AP-) The Athletics today
played 23 innings of baseball and
won , a double header of extra; in
nings games from St. Louis, the
first 8 to 6, in 11 Innings, and;the
Second 4 to 3 in 12 innings.
First game , R. H. E.
St. Louis 6 10 2
PhUadelphia , 8 13 4
V Van Gilder, Ballou and Schang;
GtoveQulnn and Cochrane.
Second game R. H. E.
St. Louis 3 8 0
(Philadelphia . ..-i 4 11 0
V Zachary.v'Wingard, Ballou and
Hargrave. Schang; Rommell. Gray
and Perkins, Cochrane.
WASHINGTON Aug. 26. Wal
ter Johnson, and Stanley Coveles
ThUjlf ypiirlait cHaticelhisadvcrf
- tisenientisthelast public announce
ment of the thousand-dollar prize
contest fotr tHelnanie of the new
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gasoline tnat5s well worth a higher
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This gasoline broke the.wprld's rec
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ans, each doled out four, hits, to
Chicago today and the Senators
won a double header, 9 to 3 and
1 to 0, the' second game going Id
First game R. H.
Chicago . 3 4
Washington ........ 9 14
Faber, Thurston and Schalk,
Grouse; Johnson and Rue!.
Second game R. H. E.
Chicago .1 4 3
Washington 1 6 0
Lyons and Grabowski; Coveles
kie and Tate.
Cleveland-Boston game post
poned, wet' grounds; double head
Capital City Cooperative Cream
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Gold standard of perfection. 137
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CHICAGO, (Aug. 26. (AP.)
Chicago bunched hits and defeat
ed Boston 3 to l in first same of
; Score , . R. H. E.
Boston 1 8 2
Chicago 3 10 1
Wertz and Z. Taylor; Bush and
CINCINNATI, Aug. 26. (AP.)
ChrlstensenV single with, the
bases full m the 8th inning scored
two runs and enabled Cincinnati
to win from ' Brooklyn today 3
R. H. E.
3 6 1
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ST. LOUIS. Aug. 26. (AP.)
The cardinals hit Dean hard to-
day but dropped the series open
er with Philadelphia 2 to 3.
Score R. H. E.
Philadelphia 3 8 0
St. Louis 2 13 1
Dean and Wilson; Haines and
PITTSBURGH. Aug. 26.
(AP.) Pittsburgh went on a bat
ting spree today and totalled ' 21
hits to defeat the Giants 15 to 7
in the opening game of a series.
Score R. H. E.
New York 7 13 3
Pittsburgh .15 21 1
Fitzsiminons. Ring Scott, Port
er and Snyder, McMuIlen, Flor
ence; Meadows, Morrison and
Mill City Construction begins
on new Christian church here.
Rules ot the
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r the name that ia the beat, in the opinion of
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eeariac the Aocust Slt poatmaik wiOl be Ju4sed.. ...
4L The f eSowinc eeO-kaown ndTertisinc authorises nnd executives of to
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Up to IS poiaia If name is wHtten on blank obtained frees General
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S. The decUion of the Judges la to be final. : '
T. Each coutwtantmaj submit as tnatiy names as he Bkee. ' - 11
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lag empleyeea of the General Petroleosa Corporation sad members of their
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General Petroleum Corporation, 704
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World Champion Pole Vault
er WilF Turn Professional
in 1 0 Days ;
ST. PAUL, Aug. 26. (AP).
Charley Hoff of Norway, world's
champion pole vaulter, has defi
nitely stepped from the amateur
ranks and will make his debut as
a professional here In 10 days.
Hoff set the world's outdoor
mark at 13 feet, 11 and 13-1C
inches, and the indoor mark at
13 feet 84 inches. "X
Barred from appearing! as, an
General etro'ettm Corporstioe
tka iwteea. foe the aew Gennrat
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Meteon BuDdlns, Saa
Kr.r. I-eal Ko. 441. meets Wsd
p. m. Call lTS for men. a"..
CAPITAIi TTFOGRAPHICA1. :OX
nm p...;j.nt .ft. f. EraBi see-
teUrj JlT D. PilkentoB." ' MesU s
nd Batnrdsr, t:0Q p. m. 1
CARPENTEBS- VKIOX KO. 10M I
Mtflll J. nurp, asTdsaajj,
president; Wm. Pettit, ',,jrj
IkUled mecbaaicsfrnitkad. f bona 119.
HOTEL, AND KlCSTUKA.i f
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2ct si,. -H.i.l Pierce, seeretarr.
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amateur in tne united states, tne
23 year oW brilliant all-round
field and track athlete has joined
the growing column of prominent'
amateurs who have turned to the
professional field. Ot
Herman Tir nrpslrloTit nf tha
Minnesota state fair, announced
today that' he had received tele
graphic acceptance from Hoff of
a 'contract calling for the- latter'
daily appearance before the errand
stand at the fair September " 4
Using a special collapsible track.
his own device; Hoff will try t
break his approved record of 13
f4et 11 3-8 incherf.-.-lIta nnnfffrtnt
marks exceed 14 feet.
Hoff was-barred from amateur
appearances In this country by the
AAU in May after he refused to
appear In a meet on the Pacific
coast arranged by the AAU au
thorities.' " v .
In earlier exhibitions in this
country Hoff broke his own rec
ord several times. His success, he
once said, was' due to his method
of not pulling himself up from the
ground as quickly as the Ameri
can vaulters. - ,
oii s acceptance or tne raif
contract was contained in a tele
gram signed by his manager," II.
C. Brandon, filed at Los Angeles
iaie weanesaay. 'ine contract
will be signed. When Hoff arrives
here. ' ' ' ' "
LOS ANGELES, Aug. 26.
(AP). Charley Hoff has been a
professional since his appearance
in a dancing act at a local theatre
last July 16 in which he Incor
porated a pole vaulting stunt; of
ficials of amateur organizations
said. Ho has since appeared in
n u merous theatres along the coast
and Is now supposed to, be ap
pearing in similar acts en route
cast. " :
Hoff claimed that he was forced
into the gamely the AAU..whicli
cancelled his permit to appear in
amateur events and ' assigned, no
reason for so doing, thus cutting
offhls means of livelihood gained
through allowances for expense.
Buster Brown Shoe Store. High
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least money. Go and be convinced.
125 North Commercial St.
Picture time is nere. For jour
films and kodaks and kodsk sup
plies see kelson & Hunt;' Drug
gists, ; corner Court and . Liberty
streets. Telephone 7; " ; ( j
A real buy.In"l925 Bulck Sedan.
Runs and looks like new. All
used cars are real vain e mm
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388 North Commercial.
Army and OuUag Store. Biggest
bargains In clothing, shoes, under
wear, hosiery, gloves, valises and
suit cases. The working, man's
store. 189 N, CommerclaL i
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