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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 27, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times sunday bulletin october 27, 1935. Three Bike popular in Early Days mud poor pavements and solid tires recalled. Twinkle in Southern sky by ski m. Ski boys of today who of Quot a pneumatic tired bicycles have no con Eption of Tho conditions which faced the Luke riders of 40 years ago. The solid tired Bic Clr of the safety Type jumped into popularity the moment it was introduced. Then came the Cushion tire and the boy who could afford a Bike of that i \ to was the envy of his comrades. Hen pneumatic tires Nile into use the height of Pellet Ion was reached it was believed. But since then there have been so Many improvements to the vehicle itself that tier is no comparison. The bicycles were made lighter and coaster brakes made Riding less hazardous on the Hills. Bide Iii mud and Sand. There was Little pleasure in Rilling bicycles in the Early Days. Ere w Ere no paved streets and atry reads were almost Impi Able Arter a lain. State Street i As a sea of mud ii the Spring my fall and the North and South i de streets near the Lake were deep in Sand making Riding difficult. There was no need for an order keep close to the curb in those Days because Riding in the Middle the Street was impossible on out of the ruts formed by Wagon wheels. Bicyclists by holding to the Side of the Street formed paths. Of t heir own. Biding into the country in the summer the bicyclist met with dust several inches deep stones and other obstacles. Despite that fact Many expert cyclists Rode i tut Miles every sunday and Holiday. Man. Arrests made. Speeding with a bicycle was a punishable offence and Riding a bicycle on the walk or without a Light likewise met Witt arrest and punishment in court tile next morning. Such an offence by ought a Cloud on the countenance of the Justice of the peace before whom the a of culprit was arraigned and i lie usual assessment was $1 and costs. Clubs were organized to improve to roads so that out of town trips a a uld lie made in a measure of in fort and ease. One of the main a a we paths was Between Bacin my Kenosha. Lineal bicyclists ont of loped to a fund to meet the expense and along the Lakeshore mad now Highway 4?, a path ii � a feet w Ide w As b u ii in lamps were used As headlight Quot i Ltd main and tin to i a me the. A Light. Tax on Beer would be used to in erase the salaries of policemen and in the n i a Der a Hill to a introduced the legislature. Ming. Tim Mara will bet even Money his new York giants take the Chicago bears a week from j sunday. Postmaster general Farley never misses a pro game when in new York. There Are 92,i0< seats in the Ohio state stadium hut try to get one for Tho notre i la me Buckeye clash nov. Here s a game that must go on South Carolina Laws says the state University and Clemson must play football at High noon on thursday of state fair week each year. The governor sits on one Side of the Liebl for one one half then switches colors and marches across i to the other Side the current governor Olin let. Johnston saw j yesterday s game from the Icide a lines As Usua 1. I a ugly for i a incr. Malcolm in Farmer. Yale athletic director chuckles every time he sees the Yale score and recalls i Liow the boys panned him for hiring Ducky Bond Over Harry Kipke to succeed Beggie Boot Limmy Johnston came out of that Garden i fracas with nothing More serious than a broken tee. And Mike a coils did t get him that. Tommy Gibbons is the High sheriff of Bam sey county out in Minnesota. Jim condos with a million in the i Bank is threatening a comeback Mike Jacobs will scout tile bo9b Olin John Henry Lewis Light heavy weight fight in St. Louis next week. Racine Man finds 1848 Cov it order in a nosed closet an original order of judgment issued july 5. Ims. By if. Tuttle Justice of peace was found in an unused closet in the Home of Elmer Wickstrom. 2 61 Jones Street m o n d a y. Rummaging through some old papers which he was planning to destroy or. By discovered the court order which is in a Good state of preservation. Demanded $30 a atm no. The judgment was issued after the trial of a civil action. It called for payment of damages of $30, plus the Cost which was j 1.62. It was recorded in the court by i. G. Barker Deputy clerk of court for a. To. Knight clerk. Justice Tuttle presided Over a court in Southport a tie present City of Kenosha which was at that time a part of Racine county. Marigolds give off scent glow. Oiler Iff Light. Or. And mrs. Elmer Emick 317 Cliff Avenue a son. Oct. It. Or. And mrs. Edward Jung 1516 West i Awn Avenue a son oct. Is. Or. And mrs. Peter verboten. A daughter oct. 0. Or. And mrs. Harry Musurlian Ola Huron Street a son oct. 18. Or. And mrs. Fred Bolo Man 1 602 St. Clair Street twins a and a daughter oct. It. Or. And mrs. Victor Christoffer a Ien. 231s Meachem Street a son. Oct. La. Or. And mrs. Harry Burman. A son oct. In. Or and mrs. A. Earl Moree. 34oo Kinzie Avenue twin daughters oct. 21. Or. And mrs. De Russell 406 Blaine Avenue a daughter oct. 20. Or and mrs. A. J. Staven route 3, Box Obj Racine a daughter oct. 21. Or and mrs. E. G. Vosse 1333 West Lawn Avenue a son oct. 21. Or. And mis. Bernard Christen a phosphor sen 252 Lafayette Avenue a Daugh Flowers give ter. Oct. 21. Or. And mrs. Gilbert Calkins. 1628 Morton Avenue a daughter oct. 22. Or and mrs. Theodore Erickson. 1944 Grange Avenue a son. Oct. 22. Or. And mrs. Anthony m. Herrmann 190 1 West Prospect Street a son oct. 21. Or. And mrs. Etic Lidberg. 1600 Winslow Street a son oct. 2 3. Or and mrs. Edwin Neubauer 1 ,1sc a a 1029 Pearl Street a daughter oct. Lection. The carrying of mall in Early Day when the state was a territory. All such material is to be turned Over to c. T. Urysz 314 main Street who is in charge of assembling the data for the stamp club. I ry7. Said the club members ransacked tiler own collections and found much data which can be nucleus tor such a col or. And mrs. Arthur Halverson. �?t-1 Hayes Avenue a daughter son oct. 2 4. Or. And mrs. Michael Kelleher 15ns Thurston Avenue a daughter oct. 2 4. Stamp club gathering data on county s mail a plan is being fostered by the Belle City stamp club of which William Leigh clinic is president to collect historical data about Racine county Post offices. The stamp Dull is asking the Aid of the Public in this movement. Residents of the county Are asked to go through old b items and pick out any which May carry Early Racine postmarks or postmarks of Early stations in the eos into also news item. Concerning better hats 1.88 to 6.50 velours. Fur Felts. French Felts. Feather suedes. Velvets. In All the popular and wanted St i is. All a cml sizes larks hat shop 211 Atli Street shining kicking is is Captain who is the stars of the Smith Are these two Dixie or Stanley Lodrigues triple threat Tulane half. Barnes Worth right guard of North Carolina Wolf pack s chief candidate for an a la America a Biers. I list t state berth. Grid wagers May total 75 million for season by 11k\ by is Peb a unwed pre i staff correspondent new Youk. Oct. Lei. A up a football betting this season is the heaviest since the 1929 Stock Market crash with Between ten to fifteen million dollars being risked on games throughout the country each week end. And if wagering continues at the present Pace. The total turnover for the 19 35 Campaign on a National basis should hit s75.000.900. According to Ryan and company. Wall Street commission brokers. Three classes. Tile participants Are divided into three classes each of which is expected to contribute 123.000,000 to Tho total before the season ends. One class is composed of bettors who Wager through agents operating on a commission basis. In Many rates these bettors maintain accounts and spread bets Over several games which ofter Choice Odds. A second group is made up of College alumni students Aud those persons have a direct interest in one Taip and who Wager among themselves. The third us who be me. And i a w dudes a football went to College but w to place Small wagers for the thrill they get sitting by a radio and following their selections. Ryan operates nationally and quotes Odds on As Many As 4<t leading games each week. A of their bets Are handled for members of the first group. Explain operation. It operates on a commission basis similar to a Stock Exchange brokerage House. A a tiring a lived and covered by asking bet a persons who offer Money certain team at various Odds. Any funds which Are not covered by deadline period on Saluda. Turned. When a a t is Complete the participants receive a confirmation of the Ord r. When Hie game heels ids the Oil the grand slam to be Winter Book favorite for Derby Wolf caracal a Sitka Fox a Seal a Fitch Skunk Blue Fox Jap Slink Etc. Sizes include. Low popular prices Bra util us Gold filled Frame i in Octagon Zorkina nose pads St vied to your Farial requirement at popular Low Price. Sue on repairs tour tie or ted with new Swirn Tfir instrument. Hour 2w a. M. To a p. A open Mon. Wed. Sat Ermine la. Ii. Kruse. Optometrist Jackson in Ink Iii a optical dept. Permanents i iced at oui jux to a. I was of. Mon. Tue. Wed. Tours. 75c hotel Racine Beauty Shoppe Merraine floor Jackson i Vii by Eddie Bim Iti a a associated press sports writer new York. Oct 26.�?"<u.r>�?" this football season will go Downs one of the Dizz Iest on record. I if there Aren t a dozen major upsets each saturday the fans think they the been cheated. Tex Rickard would have said a of anything like it Quot anything can i happen and probably will before i you Teal into Itiat Turkey. J Johnny Revolta rates three Long ones for napping out of his slump land winning the toughest go of tournament of them ally the b. G. A j grind. Race men predict grand slam. The Bomar to stable to crack two year old. Will be the Winter Book favorite for next year s Kentucky Derby. Wonder w to Gar Davidson will pull out of his hat this week Allba Galcik. Candidate for the red face i league the Harvard foot flail Man Ager who asked tack Hardwick j former All America end at har Vard. If he Ever played football at j Cambridge. Tack w As trying to lass. King lev Iii by and Charlie Retzlaff Vav int no part of Tony cabrito and say so Mickey Cochrane is Bear Hunting in Wyo artistic t i1 Mai i i i us Wivi we t it Turnr it or in ii or ii i $3.50 \ Mon. I be. Wed. Special shampoo a a. Pin or we la i i phone i at Hsii i?1c Viary i. zip Vern artistic Rea Ety shop a a North floor Arcade bids. Finger wave daily except Satu relay 25 saturday 3.v shampoo and Finger wave . 35 . 50 special this week our famous crop Pignole permanent wave \ really Good wave adaptable to any hat or hair dress. Ill make your hair irresistibly flattering. Beauty parlor a mirth floor from Tufa dry goods co for appointment phone Jackson 645 the roil so ii a fullers i i Home a 803 main St. Amp Telephone Wjk hair cutting that truly individual l a or women and children a appointment oni Clarence Hanson Vogue Beauty shop.4 Bjorr old. Jackson in Beffel undertaking co. A a Tilia j Leffel in t Aal cd acct cd 610 sixth St. Phone Jackson 112 specially priced for Quick Selling this is the most gorgeous collection of Sale coals we have Ever had every one has an expensive look emphasized by the Choice furs used to trim them a the kind that ordinarily Cost twice this much. They tre exciting colourful and As High styled As any garment you the Ever worn above All this is the one Sale you can to miss Over 300 Coats Coats to 13.95 Coats to 19.75 coals to 23.75 now now now Coats to 29.75 Coats to 35.00 now now other Sale Coats $34.75 to $69.75 dress Sale All the wanted color Sall the wanted styles j All the wanted fabrics metals Silks plaids velvets knits lightweight woolens they came they bought and Why should no to you ? when Eitele to ofter 600 dresses at half Price and less it Means something. There to still a grand collection a you la Marvel at the styles. You Tell gasp when you hear the Price a but von should see them values up to $6.95, now values up to $8.95, now values up to $10.95, now values up to

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