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With 7 Jettermen reporting, and
a quantity of new material in the
form, -of last year's subs) and new
Btudents available. Coach Louie
Anderson Is certain to hare a
splendid eleven the first nyear of
bis job at Salem high school. AH
candidates- for-the team wilL. be
on the high school field , at 3
o'clock. Monday for the first work
out. Suits will be Issued .earner
in the afternoon and there wilt be
one tor erery aspirant. ; .
- Captain Temple who passed the
Astoria; bay; to 4 ftnteh.in a game
U I last year, neaas tne usi.pi ,ne
regulars. Temple . can ; kick and
pass with any of them. 'i. He prob
ably will be shifted to a halfback
. berth. .-; He may even be jjsed s
- quarterback. - f:s ? ; .v '-,;
v "Other lettermen on whom Coach
Anderson is placing, high r hopes
are Backe..fulnack; BUfeo. half
back; Jones, tackle; Dalby, guard;
4 and Bowne,. center. . v. ; , . , ;
With Bob Kelly. . and. .Kelson
from last year's second team to
fill la with Temple, nacke, and
' Blako, the backf leld , should be
strong. - ' trX-'-S!.?
For center. Coach Arfderson will
use Lyons, unless ,hA tdeddes-, to
shift Lyons to a guard position.
If be does that. Bill Bowne, al7fr
pounder, will xet .theeaU,,. i
Jones, a brother to the famous
Lynn Jones of University of Ore
gon.-iwlll j.fill one ot the tackle
berths.; On, his. team for the first
year, it was largely, "his ability
that, won Tor Salem' against The
Dalles; laat season.' Prospects fir
the other tackle position re
Homer Smith, and a fellow named
Graham; from North Dakota, who
is. registering at the high, school
1 S3 a-senior.-. i-;.?.',-: - i
At g-QardDaIhy,a-stocky vet
eran, and Fred Smith. javelin
to&ser from last year's track, team,
will probably show up best. . It . is
not certain yet whether Dalby twill
, be. In school -i If he is not,- two
capable guardssWiU Jhavt to be de
veloped trom ineipenenced men-
V-Coacli. t. Anderson's -chief diffi
culty, will jte;.ta..llnlnp ..' good
men forth end -positions. Ecker,
a.letteraan of two years ago, may
be back I schoo!n Hee ls said to
be a good. end; but there is no one
else-in .wight.- . . y ,
Two' full teams will , be carried
on the squad all year, and at least
.22 men wUl be taken on the trips.
Rigid training -ruXea will. be en-
forced. Coach Anderson says.
- "There will be plenty of; shaker
ups..and no man will be certain, of
his place, until hsTean it.?
-With the. .exception, Qfgamea
with Corvallls arid Eugen which
are still pending, the schedule is
nearly complete. A game, had
been arranged with Corvallls .for
Octi.22, but an older contract .was
.found which called for game
, against ;JAlbanyiOcfU2and -the
team, could not play on two days
, In succession. As a result,-there
may be no. game Against. Corvallls
thisyear, as so other dates are
available I - Eugene -will probably
come here . Thanksgiving day,, for
t he big game- of the year.
Erforts are being made to line
up . . game with.. some Portland
h Igh schools - for . October 1 and
October 8. "Benson. andFranklin
will probably accepL4 ,;rat'has
a came with Hood RfT k
. , ss."o
The Incomplete schedule
- .Qct- l-rBensoa?,blgh, i(Tenta
wt. 8-Tranklln high? at a-
Mm TeniatiTej-x i - v-r
, Oet;-21 Albany at Albany.
Nor. l.l--The. palles at The
4- Dalles, -'-r:--. -. . , ' "
Nov. 24 Eugene
sSprpsnng enftwi tteaqry
New York U..loo" 72
tmisaeipnia .78 57n67t
Xcrt"'. s.73 67 .521
St. Louis : " ci
NEW YORK, Sept. 16, Vap
Babe f Ruth featured eithe
WhiS J Tj ovec the
White SOX todav b p.ki.
homer number 53 in the third in-
ix .r ucner uiankenship. - -Scove;vt.
. t t? rt
Chicago 2 ?
New York jr.--i-r ii '
Blankenshlp,- Cole and Arouse;
PHILADBLPHfA..Sepjt. - X6.-
" - , oi consecutive
games to elx today whea; they, de
feated the SL Louis Browns, to
Score:,- 0 -;.
St. Louis -I-'--.. " """
u n u.e
-3 6 2
. Wingard and Schang; . Johnson
BOSTON. Sept. 16i(APii.
Detroit won the first game of the
series -xoaay worn the Red Sox, 4
to 3, Collins holding Boston to 7
BUS. .j . . - ;
, Score: : ; .- ;
R II E
ueirou ; ' a tt .
Boston .;.J 7' o
Collins and ' Bassler; RusseL
Lundgres, Hollo way and Moors,
Three games'.scbeduled la Am
WIX8 BYK.O. ;
PHOENIX, Arizona, Sept. 16.
(AP)- Ace Hudklns.Nebraska
"wild cat knocked out Arlsona
Joe, Rivers of Phoenix in. the sec
ond round of a scheduled 10 round
here tonlht..Thcy at -welter
w eights, ; .,. , - vv : i.
j Will iHogers ,adv,oc3tcs"makfag
erery. golf course ia the country an
air. port,.; -Well that would be on
-.1- lWiuf Leairue Staadlnc
Pittsburgh- 85 53 -SIS
New York . ... .'. . .81 : 58 .5&3
St. -Lout -.......80-59 .578
Chicago. ...... .'...78 62 .55-7
CInclnnatti ....... .67' 58 .525
Brooklyn .......... 59 80 .424
Boston .t.55 84 .398
Philadelphia .-.. .58 89 ' .395
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ST.'vLOUIS. Sept. 16. fAPV
The, New York Giants assumed
complete t possession of second
place In the National league to
day by annexing the final and. de
elding. ' battle of a seven game
series from the Cardinals by 6 to
3. 4? ; . : . - - r r
Scorre: ' ! ? ' ! r h E
New York . . .". . .... ". ... 6121
St Louis -..3. 8
. Grimes -and . Taylor;! Sherdel,
Johnson and SchuTle. - r;
r;PlTTSBTJRGH.i ' Sept. ; 'l6.i-i
(AP)-Pittsburgh defeated. Bos
ton. 4 to , 3,. today Ir the final
gameiot (he, series. -Meadows herd
the Braves td fight bits. .
Score:, ; R H E
Boston .i... . . .-, .s 8 0
Pittsburgh , . . ..; . . . . 4 ! i
: .Wertt, Morrison ; and Gibson;
Meadows and pooch. . f f '
CHICAGO. Sept, lff.(AP)
The Cubs-toppled ttf efgiit games
behind the league leading Pirates
today when they dropped their
third straight to the Robins by 4
.Score r h jj
Brooklytt ..A,.--.. 4 l 0
Chicago. .. .3 10 .1
MsWeeney, Elliott and Hen
Bne; Root, Nehf and Hartnett.
' By! FHmI . O. , Vosburgh. i
FOREST HILLS. N. Y., Sept. ! 6 i
fAF J Fighting 4 furious' but
futftf battle against relentless
machine man of tennis, America!
famous-Little ! BI1P Johnstoni
went down In. glerlons-,def eat" to
day before tbe great Rene LaCoste
of France i i "
The gallant , Calif ornian fell -In
the semi-final round of the nation
al turf court championship tourna-
paent. leafing only William T. Tllr
den. II, to block Lacoste's path ear
his second rUnfted States title 'tar
twoiyearsr- v' ' ' 'V ,
, Qualifying for the task at whch;
bis-partner of many a hard fought,
Davis cap battle failed, Tilden to
day defeated : Francis T. Hunter,
his dobles. partner, at 14-12, 6-1.
97 -with only about half speed re-.
quired. Lacoste's victory In the
other, semi-finals was achieved at
6-2, 2-6, 6-4, 6-1. fj
In carrytnr the battle constant
ly to an opponent.! 0 years his jun
ior, Little Bui placed chief reliance
on the famous forehand drive that
burned the grass and beat the
leoTidiin othetf -dayjuS He Ioefc be
cause the years had ; robbed the
sweeping right hand of a tiny bit
cf . Bteadihess, strength and : cun
ning. . i ; -f
: As it was be made a much bet
ter showing than at Germantown
la the Davis eup matches last week
wheit. Lacoste downed, him in
straight sets. In ; the f second set
today the. Johnston - Urive lacked
little of its old time power and he
won it at 6-2 before the-strain be
gan to tell. Tt was only the sec-
ond Lacoste had lost in the tourna-
ment.1. MauueL r Alonto took one
from Dim yesterday. .
AIR HERO FLEES FROM
AI.TATEU R PHOTOGRAPH ER
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similar facilities. The concerted
efforts of the citizens of the Un
ited i States In this direction wilt
result in America's taking Its
rightful , place. , within . a very
short Jttme as tthe fworld leader
in commercial flyiirg.
CHARLES A. LINDBERGH, f
Harry :F. Guggenheim, Presi
dent : the Daniel Guggenheim
Fund lor- tbe .Promotion of Aero
nautics.: -'' , r?
William P. MacCracken. . Jr.
Assistant Secretary of Aeronau
tics, Department- of Commerces
EUGENE. Sent. 16. ( AP1-U
All i Eugene turned out at 8:30
this morning to greet . Colonel
Charles Lindbergh on bis. flight
from ..Portland, to -San Francisco.
The noted aviator circled over
the city several'? times 'and drop-
ped'a note td thS cltlxeas of Eu
gene. The hi rnntainine; the.
note caught, oa. a trolley wire and
a, teller of the First National bank
was 'hoisted on the -shoulders of
other employes ' while he took it
down: ' - -..!"
PORTLAND Sept. 1. (AP)
rColonsK Chariest A. Lindbergh
and the Spirit of St. Loul$ winged
their , wax tbrouah Oregon today
oa ;the;Jongest hop of .the1 colon
erstourof the Untted-States. The
famous "We" left Swan Island
Airport. at. 6:65, a. ml; and was
reported periodically over Willam
ette r valley: and ' southern Oregon
points.... - . : ; l : . , ;
, Lindbergh, carried messages, of
greetings, to several Oregon towns
where he was unable to appear
personally. --- : .
Ci4oneI Xindbargb? a Usl Just , a
typical, clean, clear thinking, far
seeing, .young Amterican boy."
Mayor-George Lv Baker lbt Port
land said today ' after the trans
AUantlc t Her bad departed." "He
U free from a single lete of ego
tism and itoo big to be swept oft
hi feet, by -the- world of acclaim
he ,has been receiving. I have been
through receptions to presidents;
to dignitaries from foreign conn-
tries, - the heroes of war- and the
idols of the country who have vis
ited Portland, but I have never
found the qual of, tblsv-boyt The
word, genuine'.'' is tne only c:.o
X can think of that fits his whole
There - were -vno . dulL perod4
on Sweetland .'- field yesterday
morning, and afternoon as 35 tq
4 0.' Bearcat football-; .candidates
snAppad " through '., fundamental
practice. . v y -; ' -y
A student asslsta'nt stood ; on
the sidelines" and; Mew orf A whtei
tie 'exactly every "ten .minutes. At
eaeaV signal, ih?wti squads, di
rected V - respectively by , -Coach,
Keene; Kasberger.' Sparks, and
Denmanu;Aurned - tronv enp fuada-mental.-
practice. t(y, aaother. ,-Thi4
pian,. eliminated all stalUng, rand
kept the ; men movinr nil tbe
time " -
.j ' StIfterwbrfe-Mjls. ior tb men
wlH bevthe order- today, and - they
wnmast a longer! .Next Monday.
fdme f the formations toi be us
ed wvis.yeaR will be , tried out. j
.A .newsplrlt,'seems to. be af
i ork id the Bearcat camp , this
year.- Joe . Kasberger. . Keene's
fehief j assistant knows ; football,
and the. .Bearcats, .ghave found - it
out,'; His' shafp. dear-ut- instruc
tions command, instant response.
, a numoer or new,, men,-.were
qut yesterday, among them Lang;
counted, on, heavily, for fullback,
and McKenzie. the fighting guard.
Tbese men were mainstays : , last,
year and. seem to be ln much
better condition this fall.
Three Chemawa Indians. Char
les and Reginald Depoe, and Hal-'
deane were fa suits yesterday, and
tomorrow , Pratt,- another Indian
heavy, will be but;
f Other men out for - the first
time i yesterday were Hiram
-Irenes, and 'Flock, 4 Helix, Ore
-ton tiaffli yi--s,Mj vr.-.-r-
i.--, uaucu oauDT. creicr Mia cuui
' xy v. t -T. .iji
f Salem hitfh ouarterback of last
year, win ,be out Monday-, and 'so
will Gdrftie Cranoir." retera'n end.
who may get the call for the quar
terback berth. l '
Denny Heenan has not yet de
decided whether to enter Willam
ette, but he, is contemplating the!
study 4-f law-" , If be enrolls, he
will be out forvfootban.' tod will
be a Taltfabte additfnn to thm
squad. 'Three r years, ago ' playing
for Salem " high: he. was all-state
captain and quarterback: , '
t .Kaufmknv one of fhe bead lln
era en the baseball team last
spring." who played, quarterback in
high schooh'nlsa-wilt be out 'Mon
Mum ford continues to boot the
ball for an average of 45 yars
and with an abundance of .quar
terback - material In prospect
some, of the : fears which existed
earlier osu these scores may ' be
Coast Leajcne Standings .
. . . .110
. . . . 100
e 8 T
. ... .80
Portland W. .
PORTLAND f Sept. 16. (APj
Oakland' defeated- Portland to-
day. 6 to 5, and took the lead in
the 'series, three- games - to two.
The. Oaks . batted Fonder hard' In
the..ejghth.t when, they overcame
a" five to three lead, batted in
three runs and took the game.
The Oakland, infield executed
four double plays, Lary being
prominent in all of them.': i
3coref ? v v - ,n; i n f:
Oakland v i . : . 1 . . 6 11 O
Portland . . .5 15T ' 6
Craghead.. knd- Read; :.. Ponder
rtugnea ana 1 Yeie. - .-
Two rallies for 'tbree and foul"
runs started la the fifth, innint
off Elmer vSaea and . -continued
off Date Keefe today, netted1 Seat
tle tsflrst yfctory otfhte series
over Sacramento. 8 ! to 6.'4 Shea
pitched -oodbaal for; four In
nings but blew, tp badly In the
fifth. .;.; ;
Score: . .-. -' R H E
Sacramento s...'i...l...;....6 10 1
Seattle ....;..;..V.:.i...8 10 1
'Shea; Keefe 'ahd BeveHtf: Gra
ham; 'Nance and Jenkins. : J
LOS ANGELES. Sept. 16 i
tAFr-Dick Moudy held the Holt
ly wood stars in check , today anq
hurled the San Francisco Seals to
a 3 to 1 victory. The Seals bunch-;
ed hits off Murphy -In the fourth!
and eighth. .
Score: ,"." : , R H E
San Francisco .......v...".3 9 .1
Hollywood ....1 7 1
Moudy and Jolley; W. Mur-1
I phy and Agnew.
Los Angeles-Mission game post
poned accoupt Lindbergh. Doub-
ieneader - Saturday. t
.5.. . . f
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were strung to ,' make a; JYance-
I Many of theta; were ib arranged
thatahey spelled the word "Wel
come? and everywhere In the city
buildings displayed the Stars and
Stripes . and tricolor- and- ? along
great avenues and, In more fam
es s-ssjuares1 of the capital high
white posts havtrjbeen placed by
- , . , n tA V -it. . I
'; t i '- - . ' ''-
o ' -o
the 'gdvernmeh'tta' tarry 'additi
onal emblems! of ted," white and
'A wanin g : moon was f shining
oni the -waters' of -Cherbourg; .bar-
dot as tne jueriainan. neunea - in
to the roads. It was not yet five
o'clock. but; alllpherbpurgr was
awake and ready to welcome' Per
shing and. his mert. . ,k . . "
. Greeting Extended. .
Beore - dawn J French Vtofficera
boarded, a tender, fittingly named
'.Welcome"; and went out into the
bay . to greet the. returning dough
boys. .,They found General-Persh-
iag in. a dressing gown and other
legionnaires in. pajamas.. rThey
gave their, weldpme - although
they had to- cempete with impa
tient jpassengers ...dpublptlmlng. It
Along- the lineoleum to- am early
breakfast, and early - gang , plank.
,The French ,heered the 'Amer
icans and the Americans cheer
ed the French as the legionnaires
entered, tbo. port-led. by: General
Pershing and ..Howard P.. Savage;
national commander of the Amerl
can Legion. The French; cheering
was- contributed : by- big. crowd.
French nary bands played "Mad-.
elein" and "The Star- Spangled
Banner" and American bands sent
over by legion posts made the air
merry wi th "Over TheTer and
"The Marseillaise' - i .
Through crwded-holiday streets
and lanes of - cheering people tbe
legionnaires went- to the city hall
where French officials welcomed
them back to the, soil they helped
defend, r - t t'vk s 'ft ? '
CA5IPAIGX GETS UNDER WAY
WITH XINNERT AT MARION
Pastors; of churches of - all de
nominations; - in a special letter
from members of the executive
committee have been. asked to pre
sent the facts and figures relative
to the new building program and
announce details 'of the campaign
which commences with sfkickoff
dinner at the Hotel Marlon1 next
Monday evening at 6:415 p. m.
, The dinner meeting on Monday
evening wilt be tbe first complete
assembly of all workers together
at the same time. ,i i Vt ;
. uyer ioo woraers nave aireaay
signed vd: for serviee.t the Elks
Clftb campaign headquarters. Civ
ic 'organizations, luncheon clubs
and fraternities are busy lining p
their ' representations for the din
ner:. " - . " ... . -.
All of tbe city's Ihatlttttlons and
Industries have been asked by the
executive committee to send dele
gations to the diner and 'have been
asked, to appoint workers to have
charge of solicitation, In each. -
. i A- cdmplete',TOster of .workers
will be Announced on. Sunday., in
asmuch as;, only ; a. partial. Hat Is
available at this time. Several or
ganizations ' needlhg "'additional
time in which to secure the maxlf
ranm number! worths.
Members of the - executive Co nf
mittee " expresabd themselves ' as
very .well-pleased, with the splen
did spirit of "I WUl" demonstrat
ed by everyone approached to aid
in the; . campaign, i They .predict the
campaign .will ;. "go., over witn a
bang" with the splendid interest
being displayed by Salem citizen's
and organisations. .
All halt tbe world, knows about
how the other half lives i that it's
probably beyond its income. Ohty
state Journal. , ;
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STEUSLOFF BftOS. MAftlCET
rhcr Cbuxl ah'J
.. .. iUi-ih tsfiJ'K-'
On and after Sept. 20 ;
S OHEEIS PACIFIC
- traveling; over - principal highways will supplement Southern
Pacific train service in Oregon, thus providing fasti frequent
dajlime rail and highway service. ? -.' . ; ., -t
The Motor' Coaches to be used by the Southern Pacific Motor1
Transport Company are silver : grey, and.. the very latest and
finest, especially designed lr provide maximum safety, and.
comfort, f- ? . .... -z -'
FoHowiag . Is. Jlie : Slotor : Coach service ; to become effective ;
Tuesday, September 20th: V " - - . -
To Portland-1 8:3b a.. m'.': 10:35 a. m., 12:30. pi m 2:30 p. m..
3:30 p. nt: 6:00"p. ml, 7135 p. m.
.,.To Albany, Co?vallislEugene--9i'40,a. in.,. 11:40 a. m, 3:40 p..
. m., 5;35 P. m:, 7:40 p. m. ... ,
,To Roseburg 9;40 a. m., 5:35 p. m.' . ',
-9:40 a. m.
- Not CorvaUls-vta HarrUburt t -
Similar service will be esUblished between:, ,t
' Portlands :'HI.llsboro, Forest Grove and McMinnville.
v. Portland. ' Newberg. Montnoutti and Corvallls. -
Portland, Oswego tand Coolu
; All classes of Southern, Paclfle railroad tickets " .
. ... "win be hotibred for transportation on Southern .
" pacific Motbr Coaches between he points they
' - reach and serve.-' -.-.--; . -y i y
Overnight Train Service
;Save time afld nerydus energy by using convenient and I'
: restful 'Pullman 'service to Southern Oregon" yjoints,
. Coos Bay and Klamath Falls Ask Agent regarding this
convenient service. , l ! '" ' ''
. -- -Phone 80, or a pk Agent for Further Information
.. , -i t U i t - Z - - s , . , .
Sbiititerii Padfic V ? ;
. v . City?Ti:!:ctOffirerl84 N. Liberty - J :y
TONNE Yff Til AININQ : CAMP, j
LAKE VILLA, ILU, JSept.;. 18, -
plledinto,uena-numey , ouy ""l
turnea me pre-irai ww uv . i
me CMBPtW."-'"' . I
IB to ire-iur-.ii.w. ' " I
m m.- ii wmms vnA
first time since xunney emerea
serious-training'for the tUU.epec-;
J'rSili BT Peterson of New, Orleans
Nn hitt e7 what Fahead
2 tKrtn LnT ?JZi
came to the 1500 fans . grouped
about the aren4 when Gene open-
ed' the day's work with, two fast
rounds at the ' light" bag and an
other lacfttadaisical pair on the
heavy1 sack. ' ; ,
' Starts' Off Slow
Jack Williams, an ambitious
youngster itpm Chfcago, Hulled
Tunney into security with a fee-1
ble attack, in the first of three two
round ..boxing sessions.' .Tunney
was keen, emUng, confident in j MDempsey did no work at all to
complete command of the situa-1 day, last night's showers failed to
tioa every. moment.. :; a- v
Then came Chuck .Wiggins .of
Indianapolis. the. - slugging heavy-1
weight who . opened an inch, cut
ntf TnnneT1 rlrht eve. several
days ago.. Primed to give Gene
the type of battie he must expect
against Dempsey. Chuck sailed
straight into tbe champion held
nttYinr hAlr gnil Iha hattln of
the day was on.
w-j t. ;.
Sweeping left hooks and over -
hand rights crashed . into. Gene's
tieafl and hodv." Just as fast as the
champion and equally, smart in
taking t advantage : of every . open
ing, Wiggins took: Tunney by sur
prise and nettled mm in fierce ex-
Changes with the suddenness of
the; attack. Despite the swab of
tape -Gene' still wears. -above his
right eyei Wiggins slapped ' left
jabs and hooks to the injured op
tic. Solid rights bounced oft the
champion's chin and Chuck slip
ped many solid punches into Tun-1
ney's body despite Gene's careful
-rt: Gene Fights' Back
' But te . champiool Wis not , to!
stand, for .such actions without a
struggle. In the second session be
bore down . upon Wiggins, lips
drawn in a snarl, rlppihg solid
left"; hooks. lo the' body .that forc
ed; the bounding.. blonde to clinch
and hold On. . Gene . found the
range, too, with bi&. rlgbt and
dropped .short.. , clubbing smashes
on - Chuck's chin.
. Warmed, up to, fighting pitch
Gene continued slugging against
Billy; VIdabeck In the third bout.
Especially did .Gene strive to tip
Billy : off balance with a sharp
left jab before crashing his right
hand to the chin.
."TbaV said Chuck. Wiggins,
"Was tbe finest workout Tunney
has had here. His timing was be
autiful and bow he , socked me.
Everything he did was great." , i
' Tunney on the other hand -was I
not especially., pleased. , .with the
drill. . He said he ,felt .slow . and
soggy, thit his weight was too
hieh. Gene believes that he la not
k yet on edge. His weight is about J
1m V l
'it vi i .
1UGI SAY GiimCS
FIJ5LD, . : CRETja
. s ,
lLL.i Sejpt; ' 1-AP) Boxing
critics who " watched Jack Demn-
ier vork oat nnder ' - floodlights
last night wd. expressed , some
at his', sparring" partners. X-.K A
- 4 fr. i -. v' of A-ei tralAlne
1VT n a par Tn P.. I'lTlin.tllfd
trwiav t lomi o the gloom ex-
today at some of ; the gloomy ex
w - , Af m; l...- r(.
Sd thVir snort pages H
ed especially , tbe comment thai
pressions' of newspapermen as re-
rWhenui Joldhe pyf ;they
cpttld,come and watch Jack at Jils
rllf ibv ,f did not sav thev
Flynn. "Jbey Jwill. aee . him, Jtight
next Thursday night, not before.
He is ' getting . ready In the .tight
way nd boxing just enough.
Tnv in there every moment; on
top : of bim every round, holding
him back when be feels the urge
to cut loose with some fighting.
I That's the spirit I want to save
I up1 for next Thursday,
I cool oft the race course so uemp-
I sey eliminated his morning road
work and afternoon hag punching,
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las to the parentage of the child be
1 thft ffl81)11ted child, nurses and doc
4Aa Mr. Sam r Smith" that
r kv oh.
I then discovered tha the child she
had. in her . arms was a girl and
hospital officials then explained
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like keenness :
that irvras a c!eTtTroT.,ifc
The same day MrsASam. Smith
naby was.borntwa other. women
by; the name ot Smith gave DirtA
i Mr. ana Airs, sam-smim noio
that there-wa a shuffle-of babies
and that hospital officials in. some,
manner lost ldentmcation oi their
babyH gfylng,lt. to another mother,,
wbile they, revived , a girl fa Its
piace. . v' ;:,lr -
Nurses V- attending. Mrs. Smith;
have said they erroneously told.
the attending physician the baby
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rpilE Valet AutoStroir is tiie oply razor
that sharpens' its o"wn" bIacIesI; A few
s&oKes oh its strop restore the blade to new-
Sharjien it, tKeri shaVe tHerf clean-all in a
jiffy and 'without rerhoving; the blade from
thcholder. " - ' 5 ' l' f; 4 " - .
This is a iif fetentp does
n't get duller and duller until it must t.. be
comfortable sKHVe every tim
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end to wasting tinted . 4 There's no shave like
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was sr boy.- wten-Inr fact it was a
girLj Jhe doctor- who .attended
the; other two, llrs.? rAtJis, who
now nurse boys,, said tt.athe .was
certain his pa talents bad received
the right; children"." 'Both Smith
families- assart-they, have their
own children. ;
' . Jersey beach reporters cshjplala
that a lpt' or garbage Is appearing
along the shore near fbe p6ftular,
bathing places. This wifl abiq
the clams to make their bw&..v.4oyr.
der. . -;
please us both
"unless our customers are
r sell theni WE 'carmot be
pleased- . That is one of
the. reasons why .we sell
they please our custom
er by, giving them ex
cellent tire service and
better than full value for
their t money and .they
please us because when
the tires finally wear out
our customers come back
for more - of the same
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way, ot-incresslag taa hazards.
character and makeup.-,