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Somerset Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 25, 1936, Somerset, Pennsylvania Associated press and Central press sports coverage daily american sports american sports phone 164 Page two Somerset pa., tuesday August 25, 1936. Three teams tops contest in the cellar campers push sons Down a notch above tires although an energetic Laurel acc ten trimmed the frosty sons of Thunder in a cellar Battle at the playground last evening to move ahead of the sons in the Community Mushrall league race the three leads Felt Little concern feeling justly Safe in the percentages they now hold. The Young democrats hold an average of .833 with the enviable position of five wins against a single loss. Parsons and Park Are giving the leaders a tussle each with .800 four wins and one loss. With cellar position almost Dell nicely in the hands of the Goodyear ten. Laurel acc and the sons have been staging a Battle for Quot next to following the Laurel Victory the f. S. t. Drops to that undesirable position just above the cellar while the campers move one jump ahead. The campers got off to a Good Start last evening scoring four runs in the second inning and then following up their advantage with two More tallies in the fifth and another in the sixth to sew up the Ball game. Following the score by innings Laurel 040 021 000�?7 17 i f. S. Tooi 020 020�?5 to 5 the standings the league standing still jumbled with three teams forcing the Issue team w. L. Pct. A Mac. 5 i .833 Parsons a. 4 i .800 Park. 4 i .800 walkers. 2 i .666 Gray. 2 i .666 Kooser. 2 2 .500 Trent. 2 3 .400 Laurel. 2 5 .286 f. S. t. I 5 .167 Goodyear. 0 2 .000 the schedule following is the schedule for the remainder of the week Ltd Jue Clayr y. M. D. C. Is Parsons. F. S. t. Is Gray. Goodyear is Gray. Wednesday Confluence is f. S. t. Noose is Trent. Walkers a Kirsons. Thursday walkers is Park. Walkers is f. S. t. Friday Kooser is Gray. Parsons is Gray. Life Story of Jesse Owens no. 2 presenting the dramatic Rise of an olympic hero in three thrilling chapters Owens becomes King of track but his Mother frowned because running practice made boy late for supper baseball summaries National league Pittsburgh 17, St. Louis 5. Chicago 2, Cincinnati i. To innings. Others not scheduled. Standing of the clubs w. L. Pct. St. Louis 72 46 .610 new York ---72 46 .610 Chicago --69 50 .580 Pittsburgh. 62 58 .517 Cincinnati --56 62 .475 Boston. 53 64 .453 Brooklyn ---47 70 .402 Philadelphia. 41 76 .350 games today Brooklyn at Pittsburgh i Ladelphia at Chicago. New York at Cincinnati. Boston at St. Louis 2. Probable pitchers today. Philadelphia at Chicago Bowman is Lee. Brooklyn at Pittsburgh Butcher is Lucas. New York at Cincinnati Hubbell is Hollingsworth. Boston at St. Louis 2 a lining is j. Dean Chaplin is Haines. American league Chicago 8 Detroit 4. Others not scheduled. Standing of the clubs w. L. Pct. New York a 78 41 .655 Cleveland _____67 53 .558 Detroit. 65 57 .533 Chicago ________64 57 .529 Washington 62 59 .512 Boston a in. 60 62 .492 St. Louis. 44 76 .367 Philadelphia ----43 78 .355 games today Chicago at Philadelphia. Cleveland at Washington. St. Louis at new York. Detroit at Boston. Probable pitchers today Cleveland at Washington Gatehouse is Newsom. Chicago at Dietrich is Fink. St. Louis at new York Thomas is Gomez. Clothes to work in clothes to Flay in Jesse Owens nearest and Dearest his Mother father wife. Below Jesse As a High school boy with his Mother and working As gasoline station attendant. Editors note this is the second in a series of three articles on the life of Jesse Owens the sensational Star of the american olympic team. The concluding article will follow tomorrow. By Walter l. Johns Central press sports writer Cleveland. Aug. 25�?when the Owens family settled in Cleveland Jesse was nine years old. He entered St. Clair elementary school. The fortunes of the Owens family took a decided turn for the worse. . Owens struggled on As a foundry Helper. But his was Small. To help. Jesse shined shoes after school hours and brought his pennies Home to his Mother. The family moved. Jesse matriculated at another school Hilton school Jesse a help still was needed and the lad found u Job. It paid no Cash but Jesse did get his noon lunch free for doing it. The task was to deliver milk and other luncheon necessities to the teachers. Hears of track Fairmount Junior High school was Only a Short distance from Bolton. Quite frequently the boys from Fairmount wandered Over toward Bolton. It happened that at Fairmount truck sports were an important part of the curriculum. From the lads at fair mount Jesse Learned about track meets and decided he d like to be a runner. Jesse convinced his Mother he wanted to go to Fairmount. She consented and right then and there Jesse met the Man who generally is credited with a a discovering Quot Jesse Owens. That Man was old. Gray haired Aud partly deaf Charley Riley Veteran Fairmount track coach. Then As now. Charley Riley lived ate and slept track. Old Charley soon discovered the possibilities in Jesse. He took the lad under hic Wing devoted his time alter school hours to training and teaching this boy who was to become so great. He walked in the Park with him. Told him stories of great runners and the lad listened. To run on the Fairmount team a health certificate had to be signed and the mothers permission had to be Given. Ame Home i ate mrs. Owens chuckles As she relates that three times Jesse brought Home a card for her to sign. Bile refused Eracli time. Finally Jesse a sister Lilia May signed the card unbeknown to the Mother and Jesse was on the Fairmount Junior High school track team. The first inkling of what Jesse was doing came to mrs. Owens when she accompanied her son to to color Day Celebration. Jesse dragged her Down in the basement where the gymnasium was. While mrs. Owens sat there with other parents. Jesse and his teammates put on an exhibition of High jumping. Charley Riley a coaching brought improvement to Jesse but put the lad in Bud with his Mother. For Jesse failed to come Home from school until nearly dark. Each time mrs. Owens asked her son where he had been. Jesse replied Quot or. Riley kept mrs. Owens knew of no Riley so she told Jesse to bring him Home the next night. Jesse did and Riley explained to mrs. Owens Why her son came Home so late. Day after Day Riley worked with Jesse. There was no track available. So the pair worked on the sidewalk in front of tile school. Often Jesse ran the it various distances so fast that Riley thought his Stop watch bad gone bloody. To get some idea of what Jesse could do even then let it be said that he could Broad jump Pearly 23 feet scoot Over the 120-Yard Low hurdles in 15.3 seconds and run the 220-Yard dash in 24.7 seconds. Before Jesse finished his Studie sat Fairmont he had Cut that 220 time Down to 22.1 seconds remarkable time for Tho Best College athletes. From Fairmount Jesse went to East tech High school. There he was coached Ivy de Well and Riley for Jesse did no to forget his first teacher and each Day consulted him on starts and other vital questions connected with track. It Wasny tall track and no work for Jesse at this time. Even at Fairmount the need of work forced him to seek a Job. The Best he could get was to act As a school guard. While still at Fairmount he went to Columbus for a track meet. Thucie he met an Ohio state University student who was working his Way through school taking care of Flowers. Returning Home Jesse told his Mother Quot mom there a a boy Down there who gets $15 a week and All he has to do is sit Dow hand take care of some Flowers. When i go to East tech in a going to ask for a Job like at East tech. Jesse used for and got a Job in the schools greenhouse. He was paid $6 a week which went into the Owens family finances. Under the coaching of Well and Riley Jesse soon became known us the one Man track team of East tech High school. Single handed lie won the state championship for the tech institution. He was sent to the inter Sci plastics at Chicago and there set the sport world on its ear when he ran the 100-Yurd dash in 9.4 seconds to tie the existing world record to top that off Jesse succeeded in winning tile Broad jump at 24 feet 11 14 inches and the 220 Yard dash. These records still stand. Next at the University. Thirty courses to select card for amateurs new York. Aug. 24�?upi�? generally considered the most terrifying test in Amateur Golf the 36-Hole sectional qualifying rounds for the National Amateur Golf championship will be played tomorrow Over 30 courses throughout the nation. There Are 1,067 entrants 180 of whom will enter the match play rounds sept. 14-1.9 at the Gardent City. I. I. Golf club. Although to members of Tho British Walker cup team and eight former u. S. Amateur Cut melons Are exempt from the qualifying rounds Many of the favourites must make the Grade in districts where few places Are available. Analysis of the Omaha District indicates the problem faced by stars in other districts. There Are la players playing tomorrow Over the Omaha Field club for three places. Among them Are Johnny Goodman former National open Champion who is still trying for his first Amateur Crown. Many Well known players have travelled hundreds of Miles to escape the situation Goodman face Harry divan and Scotty Campbell both of Seattle. Wash., and Reynolds Smith and Jack Munger Texas stars for example arc trying for places in the new York metropolitan District where they figure they have a better Chance of placing among the 31 qualifiers. With Lawson Little Winner in 1934-35 now in the professional ranks eight former champions have entered but do not have to compote in tomorrows qualifying rounds. They Are George Dunlap Chick Evans Francis Ouimet Jesse Guilford s. Davidson Herron. Max Marston Jesse Sweetser and Sandy Somerville. Down the old sports Trail Cleveland aug. 21�?bl in Cleveland was All be tonight for the return of Jesse Owens olympic sprint Star with a Welcome fifteen Miles Long. Owens who took three first places single handed and was a member of a winning relay team in the games at Berlin will he in the hands of welcomes for at least Lour hours tomorrow from the time he Steps off a new York train until he is Given the City a official greeting at City Hall. V band will be on hand at tile train Owens and ins party will then drive Down Euclid Avenue so Tinat Cleveland Cis May get a look at tile returning Champion. New York aug. 24pm Jesse Owens the worlds fastest human is going to take his time about getting Rich. The human Antelope from Ohio state smiling and definitely unspoiled by Bis great olympic conquests was Given an ovation fit for a King As Fie returned on the Queen Mary today but was Safe sane and Calm through it All. Blasting at no one shaking hands with All and accepting none of the scores of offers to make Money out of his world wide reputation for running. Quot i have made up my mind on just one thing and that is that i m not going to quit said the olympic triple Winner. Quot in be worked hard for my degree than i Tun to make Money. And n i get an offer for something that is dignified and guaranteed to make some Money for me Why i la take it so far r Haven to signed anything except autograph cards. Are my fingers sore from doing that a largest crowd on Cutter i the Cleveland negro youth Host flying feet wrote olympic history was greeted Lay probably the largest crowd that Ever hoarded a Cost guard Cutter to Welcome Home an athlete. Every available t it Oil the Cutter Hudson was occupied. Hic parents or. And mrs Henry Cleveland Owens and his will headed the delegation that met the huge British liner at quarantine. Jesse did t see the Cutter arrive and had to be paged to meet the welcoming throng on a deck. He and his coach Larry Snyder came Over in tourist class. Quot my baby my honeysuckle boy a shouted ins Mot Ber. As she rained kisses on her i of. Quot am i proud of you Quot his wife waste to and she smudged Jesse wit i so much lipstick that he blushed and cob id not talk for a few seconds. It took the camera men Almon an hour to a shout Quot Tho Happy runner us he posed in the embraces of his Mother and Wile. After that tugging past politicians and commercial promoters As la he weren to interested in what they had to offer he took newspaper men to a More secluded spot on the crowded liner and answered their hundreds of question. Owen Stroud of a. A. I Jesse said he had no ill feeling toward the a. A. U. Which suspended him for not completing a Post olympic exhibition tour that he thought Avery Brundidge Hen Dof the american olympic committee and a a. U. Was a Quot very lint Luau Quot that he did not think Adolf Hitler had a snubbed him Quot and that Germany for out did itself in the conduct of the olympic games. Quot i Haven t Peen advised of tidally that i have been suspended by Tiff a a. Us he said Quot but i intend to find out As soon As possible and Square up matters. The a. A. U. La a Grunt Organ to please turn to Page five Many thrills As champions shoot it out Vandalia. O., aug. 24 i a Hale c. Jones 29-year old automobile Salesman from East Alton. Ill. Won the Quot Champion of champions Quot venture of the 37th annual grand american Crapshoot today but an go year old ohioan and 13-year old Kansan Quot stoic the Jones Defeated it. M. Jenkins of Orleans id. Hoosier state Champion in a shoot off for the big prize Lur which Only state titleholder were eligible. They had tied with 196 of 200. Jones broke All the extra targets while Jenkins missed the 22nd. Charles Sparrow Young of Springfield o., who has spent a Good part of his four score years peering Down a Shotgun barrel was juts two targets behind with a score of 194 out of 200 thirteen year old Rudy Etchen of Wichita Kagera egged 06 of to Oto capture the sub Junior title in the race Tor Marckman under 16, it was his first trip to the Homer Clark jr., of Alton iu., 16-year old Sharpshooter won his third in three years by Breunig 97 of too to retain his Junior title. American league race takes six new York aug. 23 a a �?1the Chase Atter the american league Pennant on which the Yankees Are taking a tighter grip almost daily became a six team race today. The athletics by losing two games to the Washington senators and the St Louis Browns by dropping their Start against the Cleveland indians were pirates win 17 to 5 As Dean goes to the showers St. Louis aug. 24�? apr the pirates battering four pitchers for 25 hits and a 17 to 5 Victory rammed the cardinals Down to a first place tie with the Idle giants today. Held a codifies shy Paul Dean in the first two innings the pirates tallied in each of their subsequent times at Bat driving the younger of the pitching Brothers from the Mound in the fourth and continuing t lie or assault against de Heusser George Earnshaw and Flint Rhem. Wilbur Brubaker had Quot five for five and Lloyd and Paul Waner Forrest Jensen. Arky Vaughan and Tom Padden each had three hits. Jensen hit a Home run and Pep Young a triple in the attack which also saw four pirates come up with doubles. The cards drove Ralph Birkofer out of the Box in the third. Mace Brown came in to hold the red Birds to two hits and no runs during the remainder of the game. Pitt Sbur Gli l. Waner Schulte of Jensen of Buhr la Brubaker Lavagetto Young 2b Padden c Finney e Birkofer j Brown p totals St. Louis Fullis of Frisch 2 b Collins of Mize la. Durocher Rhem p Garibaldi Davis c a r ii o a of a 4 3 3 3 0 i 0 0 0 06 2 3 0 0 rf4 i 3 i 0 4sto i 3 2 6 q 2 2 12 0 3b 5 4 5 0 0 2bi 0 0 0 a. 5 i 2 3 2 _______________________4 2 3 4 0 a i 0 0 i 0 0 0 0 0 4 i i i 0 ________________49 17 25 27 14 a it la o a 5 i 2 2 0o 2 i i 2 i is i 0 0 3 3 of. 3 0 i 0 0 i 0 0 i i i 3 3 i a 0 0 0 04 i i 7 i is. 3 0 0 3 i i 0 0 i i 3b _____________4 0 0 i 2 4 0 0 3 i 2 0 0 i 0 of 0 0 0 0 p a 0 0 0 0 2 z-2b -------------2 0 0 i i .36 5 8 27 16 Heusser p totals a a batted for Earnshaw in 6th. Pittsburgh St. Louis. 092 361 311�?17 104 too oooo 5 error a Frisch. Vaughan Brubaker p. Dean. Runs batted in Medwick 2. P. Waner 2, Mize. Jensen 5, Young 2. Brown 2, Brubaker Padden 2 two base lilt so Medwick p. Wailer Mize Jensen Buhr Vaughan. Three base hits Young. Home run Jensen. Sacrifice j Young. Double plays Frisch to Durocher to Mize Brown to Vaughan to Suhr s. Martin to Elbert to Mize King to Rhem to Davis. Left on bases St. Louis 5. Pittsburgh to. Bases on balls Oft Birkofer i p. Dean 2, Heusser 2. Strikeouts Birkofer 3. Brown 2. P. Dean 2. Earnshaw i. Hits off Birkofer 6 in 2 1-3 innings Brown 2 in 6 2-3 p. Dean 6 in 3 2-3 Heusser 3 in 2-3 Earnshaw 6 in i 2-3 Rem to in 3. Wild pitches Heusser Earnshaw. Winning Pitcher Brown. Losing Pitcher Heusser. Umpires Barr and Goetz. Time 2 17. Philly Driver killed at fair bucs Force cards into is place tie drive sends 4 Cardinal hurlers out american classified ads one and one half cents per word each insertion. Minimum 25c Cash with order. When charged minimum 50. Standing advertisements in the classified columns will run for 75c per line per month. Display advertisements in the classified columns will be charged at the rate of 72 cents per Inch each insertion. Legal notice in the orphans court of Somerset county Penn a. Estate no. 104 of 1936. In re estate of Ida l. Zimmerman late of Somerset Borough Somerset county Pennsylvania deceased. To All persons interested you Are hereby notified that an application for permission to sell the hereinafter described real estate at private Sale for the payment of debts to Harry Metzgar and Nellie Metzger for the sum of $1620.00 in Cash will be presented to the orphans court at Somerset pa., on monday september 14th, 1936, at 9 30 of clock a. M. At court room no. I the real estate being the late Homestead of Ida l. Zimmerman deceased and being lot of ground situate Iii Somerset Borough Somerset county Pennsylvania bounded on the North by West main Street on the East by lot now or formerly of Catharine Bertram on the South and West by lot of Augustus Troup estate and fronting 33 feet on the South Side of West main Street and extending Back along the Troup lot 147 feet and along the Bertram lot approximately 140 feet and having thereon erected a two Story Frame dwelling House. Caroline Mostoller Christine Schrock administrators. Shaver amp Heckman attorneys for the administrators. No. 28. Executor s Public Sale of valuable real estate in the estate of John g. Emert dec a. Iii the orphans court of Somerset county Penn a. Pursuant to an order issuing out of the orphans court of said county and a continuance regularly made the undersigned executors will offer at Public Sale in the Assembly room at the court House Somerset pa., on monday August 31. 1936, at 10 00 of clock in the Forenoon the following described real estate late the estate of the said John g. Emert dec a. Situate in Somerset Borough Somerset county a. The Homestead property being a portion of lot no. 59, fronting 66 feet on the South Side of Church Street adorning an Alley on the West to a depth of ice feet and adjoining lot no. 60 on East to a depth of 132 feet. Having thereon erected a Large two Story Brick dwelling and garage. One lot on e. Race St., 58 by 124 feet adjoining private Alley and lot late of f. B. Danger improved with Frame dwelling Aud another Large Frame Structure. Deed Book 248 Page 121. One lot 54 by 264 feet at intersection of e. Church and pleasant streets at b. Amp R., having thereon erected a Large fully equipped flour and grist Mill electrically driven roller process and buckwheat Mill with Large Ware House fronting on e. Church at b. Amp a Railroad. One lot 66 by 160 feet on South Side of w. Race Street improved with double Frame dwelling finished on four floors including basement Kitchen also a garage. Also All the interest of said decedent in certain real estate in Black township Somerset county a a tract of 2 acres adjoining Cassel Man River and b. Amp R., deed Book vol. 96 Page 314 b a tract of 37 acres adjoining Walter and Zephary. Jonothan Knapper it Al to All the minerals of a 300 acre Trust adjoining Samuel Sheeler Jacob Marker it a1 d All the minerals of a 150 acre tract adjoining lands of e. H. Werner win. Deal Henry Baker it a1, excepting fire Clay under said tracts. Deed Book vol. 85 Page 577, no. 2 on schedule. Terms to of Purchase Price on Day of Sale balance of 1-3 upon confirmation of Sale 1-3 in one year and remaining 1-3 in two years deferred payments to be secured by mortgage at 6 it f or balance in Cash May be paid at confirmation at option of purchaser. Anna m. Emert Elizabeth Emert. Mary Emert Saylor extra and trustees. Berkey Landis attorneys. For rent for rent modern 6 room House with garage. Inquire phone 831-j for rent furnished apartment. Apply Nora Mitchell Vannear Annex. H z 8-22-tf for rent front bedroom pleasant location. Call 505. 8-20-6tx for Sale for Sale three desirable residences also vacant lots. Inquire liquidating trustees of the Farmers National Bank Schenck building. Somerset a. 8-24-12t for Sale used Mccormick Deerma 28 x 46 steel thrasher with self feeder and wind Stacker in Al condition. Phone Indian cud 19-r-20. T ii. Kern. Normalville a. 8-21-3tx for Sale baby bed new Majestic Range Kitchen Cabinet Oil stove h. B. Luce. Box 146. Friedens a. 8-19-6tx for Sale fryers live or dressed. Phone 1012-w, 681 East main Street. 8-25-6tx for Sale cucumbers. Phone 708-w-5. J. S. Glessner Somerset. 8-21-6tx for Sale Jersey Bull full blooded 2 years old. Edgar Hay Al d. 3 Berlin. 9 8-21-6tx for Sale horse. Inquire Albert j. Fritz r. D. 5. 8-25 for Sale second hand Gas ranges. Used Coal ranges used ice boxes and used washers. All bargains. Lohr appliance co. 8-20-tf Foh Sall International potato Digger cheap. Ii. D. Phillippi Somerset r. 8-24-6tx 14 i. E it it i c it licit to iou a to Iida t14 Model 6 cd. It. Dik la new. 75.00. Penn furniture for sale�?15 bushels Alberta peaches at right Price. Wednesday. H. D. Lii Lippl Somerset r. D. 2. 8-24-3tx a a a a a a i Sun washers Maytag , a Inada a 5.00. Easy 15.00. One minute 5.00 All Good condition. Penn furniture go. 8-14 for Sale horse. Inquire Albert j. Fritz. D. 5. 8-24-6tx a. B. Somerset a. Reading aug. 24�? a a George Quot Doc Quot Mackenzie noted automobile racer defied both doctors advice and his Quot Good Luck charms when he was killed in races so Milwaukee. Injured in Reading july 12, he was near death for several Days but on july 20 married miss Verna t. Mather 22, of Langhorne while he was in his Hospital bed. Quot Doc disclosed a Day before the ceremony that his Fiance had agreed to marry him Only of he shaved off the Beard Winch he had carried into races in Europe and America. Quot the Beard bus been my Lucky Mackenzie said Quot but off it comes if the girl Friend says Mackenzie whose Home was Eddington pa., was married by the Rev. Albertis t. Broeck of Calvary reformed Church. The brides parents. . mrs. George c. Mather of Langhorne and Mackenzie smother mrs. Abigail Mackenzie were present. Mackenzie was discharged from the Hospital july 28, but or. George Kolck his physician advised him to keep out of races for the balance of the season Mackenzie laughingly said head be Back on the dirt tracks within a month. With his Bride he went to a country Home near Williamsport for a rest but the Milwaukee races lured him. Johnnies Roll up score is senators High school Rex rns learn Roget suits today facing Tough program of games in county Grid league venetian Blind Headquarters get our prices on venetians. Some of the finest Somerset Homes use our blinds. Estimates gladly furnished free. Penn furniture co. 8-21-tf Foh Sale Modem residence. Inquire c. J. Lannon s02 a main St. 7-29-1 Mux for Sale Pennsylvania no. 44 seed wheat. Mrs. Maude shanties on Frederick Shaulis farm near Bakersville a. 8-24-6tx wanted help wanted Young Man for suit work. An Opportunity for the right kind of Man who is willing to work. Penn furniture co. 8-21-tf wanted Herbert Witt East Catherine Street to present this and at the american office to receive two gift tickets to the Park theater. Johnstown. Aug. 23�? a a Johnstown rolled up four runs in the first inning and kept going to defeat Charleston a senators la to 6 today. Charleston a a too 003 300�? 6 122 Johnstown 403 102 of Lxi la 15 9 Pittman Stearns and Tighe Hunck in Swain and Riddle. With temperatures predicted to he but Little lower the Yount Orange and Black Grid hopefuls will congregate at the High school Field this afternoon to show coach and Lloyd what they have Learned or what they have forgotten Over the vacation period. Most of the initial practice period will j be taken up with issuing equipment j and calisthenic preparatory to getting j the pre season rehearsals underway. I although tire first session is called for 2 this afternoon. Coach Lloyd let it he understood that most of the workouts preceding school opening. September i. Will be held during the morning hours. A Tough schedule 1 confront s the Orange and Black machine this fall and Lloyd expects plenty of hard work will be necessary before the opening game against Boswell. September 18. No information has seeped out from other High schools concerning their Grid activities. The county set up could scarcely be tougher than it was last fall but coaches Are expecting one of i the stiffest league fights Iii recent at least sixteen men Back on the Field who saw varsity service last year the Orange and Black should be within reaching distance of the Crown at All times. Wanted poultry. Clayton Walker it. I. 3, Somerset. Phone 724-w-13, 7-25-tf wanted used wooden stave silo. Benjamin Harris. Oil Pyle a. 8-25-3tx w anted Well drilling and pump Epa ring reasonable rates. Gurk guaranteed. Harrell a Well drills Listie. Phone 751-w-w-3. 7 22 i to wanted girl who can Cook to work on farm. Inquire 236 Franklin St. 8-25-6tx Chicago takes win off reds Chicago aug. 24�? up a errors by Alex Kampouris and los Scarsella in the tenth broke up an overtime pitching Duel Between Lon Warneke and Gene Schott and gave the cubs a 2 to i decision Over Cincinnati today. The game was marked by the banishment of Bill j urges cub shortstop and Gilly Campbell. Cincinnati Catcher in the tenth after a Short fight at second. The banishment of Campbell left the heels without a Catcher and Hub Walker. An outfielder had to be pressed into service. Errors Scarsella. Kampouris. Runs batted in a thevenow Gulun 2, two it be hits Lombardi Schott w Herman oaten. Three base hit Riggs. Stolen bases Walker Allen. Double plays a. Herman to Hock English to Herman to Hack w. Harman Jurges to Hack left on buses Cincinnati 7 counted out. Although the Browns could tie for the Pennant if they played 1,000 Balli from now to the end of the season and the yanks dropped All their games i that seems an impossibility. Roosevelt bids Carter Glass Washington aug. 24 t4>�?prest it Dent Roosevelt today invited senator i Carter Glass to the White House conference tomorrow a move that stirred speculation among political observers As to what part if any. The Veteran virginian will take in the Campaign. Good stores recommend Sweet Orris tug of War Shoemaker Bros for clothes that fit

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