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atLnn ; m I T I I ASK A!F J LEADER BEAR RIVER VALLEY " i mrmnr ANOTHER ? I A . " V' , Military Academy located? partner shaves." 2. What is a native of Wales "Well, where's your partner?" called? "He went to a funeral, but he'll 3. From what source are the be back soon." names of the United States battle- - Eventually, the partner came in. shiDS selected? took off his jacket, put on his white 4. What heavyweight ohampion coat and shaved the man. was the largest in stature? The man was about to leave the 5. The word "chukker" is used shop when the barber who shaved in what sport? him called out. Wait a minute!" he said. "You The Answers didn't pay me." 1. West Point. Well, you see. I've got a partner, 2. A Welshman. too," he said. "I get snavea ana 3. The States of the Union. he pays for it." 4. Primo Camera. "Where is your partner? 5. Polo. "He's the guy whose funeral you attended." roeyR carv student and golden Champ On, lot college for glove PPO BOXING RANKS AND HA5 WON 30 BOUTS N A ROW.HE5 THE FIRST HEAVYWEIGHT WITH A COLLEGE BACKGROUND since bos pastor and is a new hopeful for the heavyweight JSP HE'D BE READY tabBERT TRENT JONES, ft at, he had baptized the aged minister shook his head sadly. "Yes, how well I remember him," he said, "and I always connect his ambition with his pal's shiftlessness. He died young but I imagine he made quite a bit of A MONTCLAIR, t-I , l HOLE AT A lOCAL A COUPSE.HE WAS GIVEN THE HONOR A OF TAKING THE FIRST SHOT-SA- NK N. J., GOLF - DAY CBOWD OF THE 1049 BIG LEAGUE SEASON WAS 53,435 AT DETROIT. When he was informed of the untimely death of one of the boys CUUt-Ofc- . AKU-- SPORT LIGHT i Charlie Was Versatile Fellow money." "Yes, he did," agreed his Informant, "and he left a very beau- .By GRANTLAND RICE. Rodgers by sendstopped ing 220 pound Roberts at him full wasn't the high spot of Uncle Char- tilt on every play. lie Moran's amazing career. It was In Bo McMillin, Uncle Charlie wife." life of in the another had one of the best football also just episode The man was asking the lady for "Oh, yes he has," the other corthe from Horse players and one of the smartest star his he lost family rected him, "he married the hard a dollar because who died a few weeks quarterbacks football has ever sent in the "overflowing of the Missis- Cave, Ky., worker's widow." ago. to any field. His "Praying Colonels" sippi river." I happened to play In the same were sensations as long as Mc ''Aren't you the same man who backfleld with Moran and on the Millin, Roberts and Weaver were I around last year with a tale was came when your age," "Why, same baseball around and not so bad a few years Uncle Pete sounded off, "I got me about losing your family in the team back at Nash- later on. a job in a grocery store, worked Florida flood?" she demanded. ville Military and at four dollars a week for six "Yes. mum," he agreed readily. i Tennessee Military His Big Day I doubt that the Harvard game years until I had enough money to "Aint I unlucky? If you'll give me institutes in the mist-ridde- n was Moran's big day. This came buy the store. That goes to show a dollar, I'll have just enough to days rowboat." you what hard work and ambition get me a second-hanof "far away and when he was coaching BucknelL will do for a man. Why can't you long ago." I can't In those days, regulations were go out and duplicate that?" recall another ath- loose and every coach did the best MANY? HOW "Well," said Julius, shaking his lete who turned out he could. Jennie was one who couldn't head as if frustrated, "these modCharlie told me the story later. more high class men how about ern cash registers are pretty hard help bragging He had swept the prairies and the as in many jobs stumbled over themselves when Grantland Rice to beat." hills for all the talent he could get fields. saw her. they In those far off and long ago together, and no coach could do "My dear," she confided to a a better job along these lines. 180 Charlie weighed days, and he could companion, "I really do wish I "How did Lafayette beat turn the pounds could determine how many men 100 In slightly better than 10 I asked. "They proyou?" will be made wretched when I tested 10 of my men, leaving flat. marry." Here are just a few of the de,' me only one regular," Moran "Why!" exclaimed the other tails he contributed to sporting hissaid. This went on from game and shocked surprised tory: girl in a to game. Each opponent would BUSINESS & INVEST. OPPOB. tone, "you're not thinking of A great half and quarterback THE OWL CLliB at Ely, Nev., will tall protest 10 men, leaving Charlie fixtures and equipment and will glv a becoming a bigamist, are you?" with a lone regular. The next from Tennessee and Bethel on to long lease at reasonable price. For further Information, contact 126 So. lit West, to the last game on Bucknell's the Masillon Tigers in its champion Satt Lake City, Utah. 1'h. schedule happened to be with ship days. Wanted Proof A star football coach and trainer. Foster Sanford's powerful Rut- MISCELLANEOUS "Buddy, can you spare a nickel who also mowed his football field gers team, one of the best in WATERSCOPE for a cuppa coffee?" whined the Amazing, thrilling, educational. Se the and the country. Among its stars, the and other made bandages many wonders beneath the water'! panhandler as he held out a dirty as I recall from a long ago Send check today. Only $6.95 postpd. protective equipment for his teams Waterc(ipe Co., Bos 6B3, CtarendoB, Te. palm. he was a master at this. day, was Homer Hazel, an AMERICAN The fatherly-lookin- g gentleman A and star end in 1923 and an baseball pitcher ly new, complete with power. Bo 4S, Ft. looked at him with tender pity and fullback in 1924. Also an outfielder and in- catcher. Brldger, Wjro. DEER HUNTERS get your deer. Why replied, "I'm sorry, young man, I fielder when needed. He got as far lost a game that hadn't Rutgers take chances. Use newly patented Deer have no money but I should like a good Lafayette ALASKAN Call. $2 Postpaid. DEER tip as the St. Louis Cardinals. His year, beating CALL INC.. R4, I, M4, Portias 10, to give you a little advice." father played short on the old St team, 43 to 7. Bucknell's one vre. At this the panhandler blew up Louis Browns of Chris Von Der man team bad lost to Lafayand screamed impatiently, "All the Ahe's reign. ette, 21 to 3, so Moran wrote sen 001.10 time I get plenty of advice, but no An excellent baseball coach. Rutgers, asking that he be money. Say, if you guys never Whether football or baseball, his allowed to play his regular have no money how can you expect teams were always physically fit. Barber 'Wanted squad. New Claaae Now Starting me to believe that your advice Is For many years one of the best ,"Play anybody you want to," the In Month Six Graduate worth anything?" that baseball coach wrote back. "Play umpires big league Rutgers 1.1 f t I.AKK BARRKK COI.I.RGK has ever known. yourself." Mnlt l.nke flty, lit. 1T0 ltPKent St. A Little Shy This is a pretty fair ronndup. Moran didn't play, but his regAn actress was making her first Charlie had coached at Tenular Bucknell team, playing for nessee, Bethel, University of the first time together, beat Ruttrip East and her press agent made it a point to prepare each gatherNashville, Nashville, A.C. and gers, 12 to 7. That's how good Texas A. and M. for five years Keep Posted on Values ing she was scheduled to attend, it was. before he came to little Centre "Remember, boys," he warned "I had three sets of brothers on By Reading the ads that team: the Wilsbachs, Blais-dell- s college with a student enrollgroup of newspapermen, "she's an ment of 110 plus Bo McMUlin, innocent little thing, easily startled and Goodwins," Charlie said. Red Roberts and James (Red) WNU W 29 49 That's because she's so young and "They all played in the backfleld. Weaver, three At one time I had young Wakefield. shy." It was this unknown team that He was a brother of Vanderbilt's "She's shy, all right," admitted one of the reporters, "about ten beat the great West Virginia team Hek Wakefield. The one I had was that a week before, with Ira Rod-ger- s the greatest football player I ever years." at fullback, had beaten a good saw, barring nobody. He killed him Princeton team, 25 to 0. Moran self." No Sap, He A sheriff was taking a prisoner to Jail. A gust of wind came around rjao-Ethe corner and blew off the prisoner's hat. The prisoner made a sudBy Harold Arnett den lunge forward to get it, "No, you don't, wise guy," said the sheriff. "You stand where you are. I'll run and get it." TAKING HIS CENTRE college to Boston to beat Harvard d . d CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT sur-fac- e. dob? BW Nothing To It Shopper: How much are your tomatoes? Grocer: Thirty-fiv- e cents. Shopper: Did you raise them yourself? Grocer: Yes, they were thirty cents yesterday. TABLE FOR SICK CHILD HERE'S AM IDEA THAT COULD MAKE A HIT WITH A SMALL CHILD WHO IS CONVALESCING: USE THE BOTTOM A CARDBOARD BOX FOR A TABLE TOP BY CUTTING- THE SIDES INTO ARCHES SO THE BOX WILL FIT OVER THE CHILD'S LEGS. THE ENDS CAN BE CUT AMD BENT UPWARD TO OF HEATED EXCHANGE SERVE AS POCKETS FOR TOYS AND BOOS. jut 7 days. . . in one ihort week , group of people who changed from their old dentifrices to Calox Tooth Powder am aged 387 brighter tetth bf scientific test. V,'hf not chingo lo Calox. yourself? Buy so your Oiios iod7 start lnnlin rt terth brighter tomorrow t YOU CAN ADD A ROPE HANDLE TO BOTH" ENDS IF YOU WISH, AND BRIGHTEN IT WITH YES, In us ... PAINT, IF DESIRED. After the plaintiff had Pointed out a man in the courtroom as the' one who was driving the automo-- ! bile that had knocked him down, j the attorney for the defense said: "That is the man, eh? Could you' swear to him?" "I not only could, but did," snapped the witness, and you Inc, Dn Jf port. Cooa, should have heard the vile language I got In return," toot: a poivdhh McKcwon A RoLLins A . . - CIRCLE PiTjrriil ANN ARBOR. MICH. Ten yean ago, a lanky bespectacled professor looked across a mountain gorge in Iran at the famed carvings ol the Persian King Darius, chiseled on the face of Mt. Behistun. He leveled his camera at the carvings. Almost at the same time, he snapped a mental shutter of resolve to complete scientific examination of the "Rosetta Stone of Western 2.400-year-o- Asia." Prof. George Cameron of the University of Michigan says be now is prepared to "fill every major gap" in the famous writings, ending a century of research. Many Have Tried Others had made resolutions about the ancient work. Sir Henry Rawlinson climbed half way up the mountain in 1835 to copy of Darius and the 10 the bas-relikings he vanquished. Columbia uni 9,700-fo- A. V. W. Jackson re several lines of the inscription in 1903. In 1904, the British museum sent an expedition to add to the findings of Rawlinson and Jackson. But there were gaps In the story written in three languages in pan els below and to the left of the relief. And four columns of v VW I" writing above and to the right of the "exquisitely" carved relief were described as "illegible" in earlier reports. Nice for Special Cameron laid his plans while a faculty member at University of nRETTY and demure, yet nice enough for special dates is this Chicago. The project itself began late last junior frock with its crisp white fall, under sponsorship of the collar and tiny puffed sleeves. Try American Schools of Oriental Re- a gay flower printed fabric and search and the University of Mich add narrow ribbon bows for accent. igan, to which he moved. Cameron, his wife, Frances, and sons, Douglas and Tom, arrived 14 Pattern No. 8404 Is In sizes 11, 12, 13 16 and 18. Size 12, 4 yards ol 36 or at the foot of lonely Mt. Behistun V yard contrast. on the plains of Kirmanshah early The Fall and Winter FASHION offers in November and immediately en- 64 pages of smart new styles, special free pattern designs; tips on fabrics countered a labor problem. printed Inside the book. Send 25 cents touay. Balked at Ladder Local workers were agreeable about helping until they were led up the mountain to a narrow ledge, above which towered the inscrip tions of Darius the Great. There remained a ladder climb, then a ascent of 15 feet to the ledge upon which earlier expeditions had stood. Somebody spilled the beans! Nothing doing. Cameron offered When food boils over in the oven, as high as 20 times the wage paid sprinkle salt over the spilled food. for field labor. Nothing doing, This will put an end to unpleasant Fortunately, two young Kurds odor and smoke. Then clean the named Hussain and Ali came to oven when baking is over. the rescue. "Ali quit after a short time," The tray's the thing. If there's Cameron relates. "But Hussainan invalid in the house, remember bless his soul stuck right through that the hours of the day mean the 21 days we worked on the cliff." little except when the next tray is brought in. Life Termer Discovered Fish today, but not tomorrow.. With 100 Escape Devices To remove the odor of fish from BOSTON A state's prison life a dish cloth, boil the cloth for five termer was clamped into solitary minutes in a solution of one confinement after guards found unof baking soda to one der his ground-floo- r cell a tunnel quart of water. Rinse in warm which they said held approximately water, then cold. 100 aids to escape. They planned to ask him about all of them par Glory to Betsy! Have you looked ticularly a plaster model of i at the market basket lately? Behuman head. Warden John J. O'Brien identi tter treat it to a good scrubbing fied the lifer as Walter Perry. 43 with hot soap suds. versity's checked iff 8404 3 tiful widow." "Well, that just goes to show the moral in hard work. The other fellow probably hasn't even got a . PIIMIIA acwmu 1 Darius Sign Junior Style Has O Kjms ocnooi and p0 Gaps Filled Big Business man hurried into a barber bop. I want a shave Quick!" be said. J The barber lathered his face and A General Quiz then sat down. "Come on, shave me!" said the The Questions . man. 1. Where is the United States "I can't You see I lather andtny I Dinun Dinfcu I cot A PINT ICE CREAM CONTAINER CAN BE CONVERTED INTO A CUTE HOLDER ; FOR A BALL OF STRING SKETCH THE FACE WITH INDIA INK AND FORM THE EARS BY SLIPPING 2 POULTRY MARKERS INTO HOLES ON OPPOSITE SIDES OF THE CARTON PUT THE STRING INSIDE, AND FEED IT THROUGH A HOLE IN THE LID. Crisp TUST the 'y uj tj,! when school;! yoked that's Have nnisn I dress HsIinkM,;.? 1 the with f crisp if l Pattern Ho.KSr Md M yew, s,: "cn; 14 yard ass;, patten desist f Pattern J H Nam J Address 30-fo- finger-and-toe-ho- ld table-blespoo- convicted in 1927 put them in e; they won'tp! Bound to btri back curtains) pinned bad atf sffl A frnm down the sired winds? position marker. n mb? of the shooting murder of a Boston policeman. Perry's six feet by four tunnel left the guards gasping, It looked a little as though a wartime Seabee outfit helped dig It, they said. Inside the guards reported find lng: Two pickaxes, two hammers a flashlight, a handmade bit stock and drill, odd bits of metal, leneth of pipe, a socket for an extension light. But the "head" was the big shock. The gaurds said a e plaster model of a human head was found. It had "hair," too. The haii was pulled from a Drison mattrpss They theorized that when Pprrv finished his tunnel he had about 44 feet to go to the outside wall he planned to tuck the model head into his cot to delay the hunt well-mad- Beneficiary to Get $20,000 I nf II "C l! U:. sindrne w ken vii nia LEXINGTON, KY. Mrs. Mary Elkin. Mnrlh i tn pi ij tier onlyheir, a niece, and said in her wiuic icsiuue 01 a ?ZU,000 estate should go to a cousin if he spells hi a no ma n j Leaving small gifts to several in- - ""","' f Whej takbj picnic, wrap ea:i yruviaing mat $31,000 cemetery for periodic refreshing of her grave, ner will, probated today, called for me residue to go to the cousin Roy . Green. .i.in, tsowiing ) '. "o tuuuuions under which the cousin is to recpiv. tK u"c' was bsted as: "Provided from w. uav on he toes not arid lh. c t, name (as Elkins). His father started this "r1""3 year ago. much to the disgust of the Elkin family. Roy is iu oiam hut t knave no rela tions by the name of Elkin Roy can take his rhni only for himself, but for his two cute boys. sees or hears n" . c .u. th person ' is to pet - Si.onn "U llic estate Is ' .0 be sold and the. IIIUUCV given tn jome hosDital in ' ake corn- . ki. some oid man or woman w me memory of my father and Chicken for four becomes chicken for eight. Dumplings are an inexpensive stretcher for stewed chicken. Sprinkle well with chopped fresh parsley. MR1! V potent Dentist no boogie man. If mother will take the young child with her to the dentist long before he needs to have anything done to his teeth and just let the dentist look at the youngster's teeth each time, there will be no fear of the dentist when work must really be done. Britain Charges Belgians With Eating Work Horses im- LONDON. Despite Belgian Britporters' guarantees, the 2,000 ish horses shipped there annually for practically all are slaughtered as worked food, instead of being of the W. Moss, Arthur agreed, of Royal Society for Prevention Cruelty to Animals, charged. "The meat is processed and Anmostly sold in the form of reafter twerp sausages," he said, turning from Belgium. "Immediately the horses on my ship were disembarked, they were branded on the neck with a hot iron and a hole was punched in the right ear to insert a number were peg. The following day they slaughtered." 4J -- America'! favorite twm r..rn tr..hi Rn rrtsn they BnRplcr. uo unm 7nV oven-fres- hl popl la milk. Nourishing. nother." i ...MOTHER KNOWjJi . . I ft tt"