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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 9 January 1939

PPiKS * #1 18 saw«;■' *te ■ I <"! 0 /i H m . 9 AIM. JANUARY R ★ ★ ★ ★ Hungary Will Strengthen Border Against Czechs Magyars Planning Formal Protests; Bolster Defenses Warn Czechoslovakia That New Attack Would Have Incalculable Consequences BUDAPEST — (UP) — Hun- gary has; decided to reinforce her frontier troops to guard against repetition of recent se- rious clashes with the Czechs. It was announced that the Hungarian government, besides protesting through diplomatic channels against a new border incident at Nagykogz, would take protective measures that the Czechs will have to realize any new attack would have in- calculable consequenes. Texas Budget Tor Two Years >s 69 Million Tops State Legislature Will Get Figures From Board Of Control On Tuesday, AUSTIN — (UP) — A budget totaling $09,330,781 will go to the 40th Texas legislature from the state board of control. The budgeted expense of state government is estimated at only 20 per cent of the state's operat- ing cost. The b...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 9 January 1939

I® 3 WfmM M' n-y. 9WW*W«W 1IWTIBY QL ty Solons In Austin For Session Opening Tomorrow 26 Days How Chilled Chimps Keep Warm ,, Omnibus Tax Bill Seen; Sales Tax Given Little Chance, Public May Vote AUSTIN — (UP) — Repre- [ sentatives from 354 Texas coun- ties began arriving in Austin for the opening of the 46th Tex- as legislature at noon tomor- row. The 120-day regular ses- sion will adjourn on May 9. Payment of the old age pen- sion and possible new taxation will fie the principal problems facing the new legislature, but little action will be taken until Gov.-Elect W. Lee O'Daniel and his lieutenant, Coke Stevenson, are inaugurated Jan. 17. Omibtts Bill Seen ' Pre-session opinion was that the legislature would pass an pmnibus tax bill. A sales tax was given a no better chance than possible submission to pop- ular vote in a constitutional amendment in connection with a social security program. Tuesday will be spent in for- mal organization, with commit- tees named to canvass the vote...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 9 January 1939

Reminds Writer * Of Slattery In Top-Speed Form ^ Pittsburgh Irishman Has Beaten Both Of The Mid Weight Champs in 40 Days I NEW YORK — (UP) — The 20th Century club ex- pects to complete negotia- lions today for a I .Vround . return bout between Conn of Pittsburgh, new light heavyweight sensation, and Middleweight Cham p ion Fred Apostoli on Feb. 10. Conn signed for the bout } Saturday, soon after his brilliant metropolitan debut at Madison Square Cardcn Friday night when lie pounded out an upset 10- _ round victory over Apostoli. * The Kan Franciscan will sign today. ry St I't- liy In lie •s, in l't- As Conn Outpointed Apostoli By HAKKV ORAYHON NKA Service Sports lOditor NEW YORK — Hilly Conn whipped b o t h middleweight champions, Solly Krieger and Freddie Apostoli, within 40 days. The Pittsburgh Mick would whip as many light - heavy- weight leaders in an equally short space of time ... if given the opportunity. Melio Bettina and Tiger Jack Fox are to fight for New York recognition ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 9 January 1939

SWEETWATER* TEXAS, PACE FOUR Embarrassing Moment of the Lord thall be broken t out of heaven 'hall he thunder upon Smmuel 2flQ. smile of God is victory.——WMttier. RAINS MORE THAN MATERIAL IN VALUE would be entirely too prosaic to caption our good rain as worth a million dollars. You just can't measure nUn in dollars and cents alone. Its spiritual value, the enthusiasm it creates cannot be put down in the ledger. This area of West Texas had a record rainfall for this month of the year in checking against past figures. Probably this is due to the need that existed. It assures US that there may be moisture ahead. Grain crops have been benefited and everything that grows revivified The wide sweep of the territory covered was especial ly gratifying. The New Year is starting out propitious ift g iff MONDAY, JANUARY 9, 1939 on TnufjMur by Inc. Entered is office In Sweetwater, Texas, Feb. •, George Bennitt and Russell Bennltt, STORIES IN STAMPS CLASSIFIED ADS Automobiles, Lots, Houses and a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 9 January 1939

•• * ■>.U «■ . '■ .v'vv ;. . ->-- ••• ' . " ■ • J r V MBhmss? 'vp5U>,." MONDAY, JANUARY 9, AM SWl®tWATER REPORttfR, SWEETWATER, TEXjO '^fW'r^W-^SMsSk -f * M \ ",i' -> s*? fey PACE! For building new homes and modernizing through the ViU loan— Plans, estimates Information free. See A. L. Bills, contractor at Jennings Lumber Co., phone 2701. Only Neatly Repaired Bhoee Please those who are Careful of their Appearance. Hand Made Boots BRANTLEY'S SHOE) SHOP /s //our Aesi PROTECTION - > Clayton Williams General Insurance Auto Loans 302 E. 3rd Dial 591 8 SS / NO \ /MONEY DOWN) EASY TERMS ?ir*$tone AUTO HEATER HARTGHAVES BROS. 220 W. Bdwv. Ph. 521 Da ALICE ft WILMOT Chiropractor Vapor Bath. Massage, Diet and Electrotherapy. One spinal adjustment FREE. 907 Elm — rjione S19 Registered Optometrists Expert examlna tlon, lenses repaired or duplicated. J. P. MAJORS. J. B. MAJORS I'lANO • ACCORDION Piano and piano accordion lessons 2 lessons per week, $5.00 per month. Family Reductio...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 9 January 1939

•MfPflMHBw Hi glo Are Not To e America iwJIlii'H In mmT Official Of Rising Sun Regime Is Refused Right To See British Commander SHANGHAI — (UP) — Brit- ish-Japane.se relations in Shang- hai's international settlement were gravely strainexl today following Japanese assertions the British military had closed a Japanese-controlled police sta- tion in the "extra-settlement." The Japanese carefully absolv- ed the United States of all blame in connection with the in- cident in line with their ap- parent determination to main- tain a conciliatory attitude to- wards that country despite Washington's recenc $25,000,000 war loan" to Chinese nationalist Generalissimo" Chiang Kai-Shek. The closed police station is just outside the settlement hut in territory where the internat- ional officials long have oxer-! cised ,parti? 1 jurisdiction because; of settlement extension of its1 municipal services to the dist-l rict. It is in direct control of the j Japanese-organized government of "greater Sha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 January 1939

pjl§Hf f • ■' - v >'jpw RS ARIS ON WAY TO ■rm^ £•/ -W' Economy Fight Looms As Texks Legislature Convenes O lh ce Ili- Jn- les 125 k- G lt- Ito | OH « Ide 1 of t ' § i Houston Man Is Elected Speaker Of Lower House New Lieutenant Governor, Coke Stevenson, Will Be Senate Presiding Officer AUSTIN—(UP) — A cloud of uncertainty as to the future mingled with gay expectancy today as the 46th Texas legisla- ture began its 120-day regular session. Secretary of State Edward Clark banged the gavel that 'called the house of representa- tives to order, and at the other end of the state capital Lt. Gov. Walter Woodul of Houston began his final week in office by opening the state senate for business. Clark appointed temporary of- ficers in the house then swore in 72 new members and the 78 who were re-elected. In the sen- ate seven new senators were sworn in along with the eight re-elected for four year terms. Sixteen holdover senators were not required to repeat the oath. It was the first time s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 January 1939

•ThT t'i s ny Cash. For Fort Worth'Super Wants Stadium Dallas Bowl Direjr O'Brien Accompanies Carter To Washington In Fot Government Cash JIM DEMARET, HOUSTON, WINS IDS ANGELES OPEN FORT WORTH — (UP) if The inter-city rivalry between I' jfort Worth and Dallas flared I again today in persistant rumors |] that Farrihgton field, the new |:| Fort Worth municipal football | stadium, would be enlarged to greater se'ating capacity than , the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, f: Amon Carter, Fort Worth i publisher, in Washington with JDavey O'Brien, Texas Christian I university All-America quarter- back, was reported negotiating j for a government loan to enlarge Karriflgton field. •??•§! Cartefr accompanied O'Brien - to Washington where the foot- 4 ball star was to receive new I honors for his last season per- | formances. :f The United Press was unable : to contact Carter in Washing- Is ton, but did contact Sen. Tom | Connally, D., Tex., who gave strength to the rumors. || Connally said that he undt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 January 1939

o ATEHL TElttS o- t 0 • 0 -) I % 's x ) \ t j • « • • f • • iSmJi-t. • - , . Confirmation Of Hopkini1 Senator Pope And New Judge Face Opposition North Carolina Democrat Dislikes Former Relief Chief, Will Lead Fight WASHINGTON — (UP) — tfhree of President Roosevelt's recent appointees, including Sec- retary of Commerce Harry L. Hopkins, ran afoul of powerful coalition opposition in congress casting some doubt on the pro- bability that they will win ear- ly senate confirmation. The senate commerce com- mittee headed by Sen. Josiah W. Bailey, D., N. C., decided to hold open hearings, beginning Wed- nesday, on Hopkins' nomination, and invited the former relief administrator to appear. Bailey dislikes Hopkins and the new deal intensely and engineered the hearing so as to obtain a public exhibition of Hopkins' .political philosophy. Meantime Sen. H. Styles Brid- ges, R., N. H., denounced Mr. Roosevelt's choice of former Sen. James P. Pope, D„ la., to the Tennessee Valley Authority directo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 January 1939

jf;- 'f' pfffeJ|ssi?-:' ■%,|i; 11 PAGE FOUR SWtETWATER, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1939 IHSHM R^'tdkr V.- ' inc. Entered m neoai class matter office In Sweetwiter, Texas, Feb. , IBM. George Bennitt and Russell Bennltt, Pubs. i tiitk Jetmt unto Mm, Get thee hence, Sat- it li written, Thou ahait worship the Lord , and him only shah thou serve.—Matthew It i« for the sake of man, not of God, that wor- Alp and prayers are required.—Blair, o PROPOSED COTTON CONTROL PROGRAM NEEDS WATCHING One of the proposed cotton programs under govern- ment control which may find its way to congress would limit production to 27,000,000 acres for five years and pay not exceeding four cents per pound farm payment. Loan cotton would be limited to 1,600,000 bales and thereafter forcing sale of minimum of one and a half to two million bales of loan cotton each year. Funds for payment to the farmers would come from a process- ing or manufacturing sales tax. In the first place it is doubtful if anyone can say ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 January 1939

c Mil PI IfflI *mmw % -^m •■ %mm~ ••• !* % fffl „ in TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, l939 • IpS Mxm, W: SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS ■asSSP PAGE For building new homes and modernizing through the FHA loan— Plans, estimates Information free. See A. h. Bills, contractor at Jennings Lumber Co., phone 2701. Only Neatly Repaired Shoes Please those who are Carets! of their Appearance. Hand Made Boot* BRANTLEY'S SHOE SHOP Is your Aesl PROTECTION - Clayton Williams General Insurance Auto Loans 302 E. 3rd Dial 591 % / NO \ MONEY DOWN EASY •The strawberry tree is known scientifically as arbutus unedo, and is a distinct relative of the blueberry, huckleberry and cranberry. The strawberry char- acter of the fruit is only skin deep. DR. ALICE E. WILMOT Chiropractor Vapor Bath, Massage, Diet and Electro-Therapy. One spinal adjustment FREE. 907 Elm — Phone 51!) Registered Optometrist* §3 Expert examina- ■* tion, lenses, repaired or duplicated. J. P. MAJORS, J. B. MAJORS PIANO • ACCORDION Piano and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 January 1939

y jgjpP ft. r®Bi ■ qiuuduif mm! PRICES FOR TUESDAY AFTERNOON, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY P.&G.SOAP7 Giant Bars *5« DEL MONTE Bartlett Pears 22c ^ 19C CLOSE OUTS GilRTN FIGS 3 c^s 25c J5c No. 5 Can Valley Rose GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 12 oz. Bottle Empson's Red Pitted 2 Limit CHERRIES 15c TALL CAN 10 31 PURE CANE SUGAR 10 lb. Paper Bag 42c 1 Limit Del Monte Orange Juice 10c Can Del Monte Red Salmon 25c CAN 21c 432 Size LEMONS - Golden Colored TANGERINES 15c Fanc\ Red Delicious APPLES Doz. 23c Winesap APPLES „,,,10c Well Bleached CELERY ■ Fancv Florida Green BEANS „ 10c No. 1 New POTATOES 4Vic Full Pod English PEAS U, 9c > Dozen Jjc Large Size Pink GRAPEFRUIT ,..r 25c 176 Size Texas ORANGES 25c 252 Size Texas ORANGES 10c * S talk 10c Iceberg LETTUCE 2 heads 9c Snow White CAULIFLOWER uJhc Rutabaga TURNIPS J ic Fruit Salad or Lemon CREAM PIES i«>25 Marshmallow COOKIES - he. 15' Creme HORNES Pound CAKES Each ■ nC Made Rich with lots of butter and eggs. 3 • ' 10 18« HAM PATTIES or * lnr 1 A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 January 1939

f) Jh |e * Ic '> ( ■r. Id Id I'S A if; it- jo. lis '' Ito ])VV his ■ep I of |ny lnd ng I ! t DV- psk ■ers fess Ithe I the est you fily, In HHi V' & "A , FER WITH MUS ★ ★ Mexican Qoes On Trail To day In San Angelo Deaths Billings Hopes With Tom Mooney a free man, Warren K. Killings con- victed with Mooney in tlie San Francisco bombings 22 years ago, ponders liis pros- pects for a pardon from Fol- som prison. Another Fidit C Is Reported On Czech Border PRAGUE — (UP) — The Czech government today report- ed another skirmish with Hun- garians along the frontier of Carpatho-Ukraine where serious fighting occurred last week. The Czech government charg- ed that the Hungarians crossed the frontier. Shortly after the Hungarian government reportedly h a d threatened to invade the Slovak frontier to pursue attackers if necessary, t-h Pragu<* gmyrji- ment said that a hand of rsfrHun- garian terrorists attacked Czech frontier guards at the village of Belvingkoi. In two hours of fighting...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 January 1939

.,... , J> (sfw . *T ■ V ,1? r .w#'• k . . 1111 ■M9& •wlo mpi 1 SKBBfafJKJ-* 4- ,$k t4 ,\ I f if plpdv* g SE lit P >7- VnHMHrniY. MIL !IM H.S. Trent 24 To El it Scores, To Play On Friday Muataags Look Better; N«ct Opponent Beaten Br Abilene Five 25-10 Showing much improvement since their opening game in Colorado, Coach Adrian Clark's Sweetwater high school basket- ball team defeated Trent there last night by a score of 24-16. Using his original starting 1 lineup until the last fifty-sec- onds of the Trent game, Coach ; Clark watched every member S of his team score at least once : from the field. In the Colorado ™ game, the Sweetwat)er cagers ' counted for only three field goals in 25 shots at the basket. The Mustangs lead 7-3 at the end of the first quarter and 13 to 10 at the half. They were in the lead from the opening whistle. Elrod and Lynn, Sweetwater forwards, scored 3 field goals, while Voss, center, and Head- rick, guard, scored 2 each with Gill, the other guard, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 January 1939

Mptgf ATEE REPORTER ' v'. W -tiy"'f. .•«•, :• #Jg®.%-; ft?r:;t-''vCfc raWs* ■ • sp;aiv 7;*®HSMHa& JAN. II, ' Federal Method Of Water Control 0 « 1 r State Police. • May Be Called • In New Mexico Government Apportionment Of Supply Flayed by 600 ® At Meeting of Ranchers SAFFORD, Ariz. — (UP) — Almost GOO farmers of I he up- ^ per Gila river valley roared their approval of a resolution denouncing the federal gov- ernment's method of distribut- ing water flowing down the £ Gila river. In an unanimous resolution the farmers voted to put them- selves on. record "as being op- posed to the present interpreta- • tion by Federal Water Com- missioner C. A. Firth as to what constitutes storage water under Arizona federal district court decree of June 29, 1935." 0 New Mexico authorities, threatening the use of the state police force, last week opened the headgates of the Gila to permit water to flow into the Virden valley. Farmers in that 4 section had complained that the government was not ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 January 1939

; ■u!farv.+* attention of * W- 1 ^^ A • 1 V '■ • • '•'" V - \ > M < ■ fe*: ' '■• ,"' " ■:. V ' REPORTER—Features PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JAN. II, 1939 also Sunday morning and Its on Thursday by The Sweetwater Inc. Entered as second class matter I office in Sweetwater, Texas, Feb. 0, ----- George Bennitt and Bussell Bennitt, Pubs. tnmtgressiom of the wicked rndth within Wtf that there i* no fear of God before hit Win* 36; J. _ I || oqly the fear of God that can deliver us from the fear of man.—Withcrspoon. if ■ : 1 ill M WAR TALK SHOULD NOT BE OVER-EMPHASIZED There is no good reason for over-emphasizing the troubles of foreign countries for the consumption of the American people. As in all matters those nearest your door should be given first consideration. When pur diplomats come back from Europe and talk about war tbey are telling nothing new. There has been some sort of war talk ever since the ink was dry on the Treaty of Versailles. If you will review your c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 January 1939

f; ir*#'-': *■'■•> ■ !M:<- ••..' ]i' 4; • "ri'j, ,, ""t" - '? . /...■< I' MM % Y, JAN. H, 1939 P V SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS $HhL_ '' '■ '0*0^ ,,V; PACE For building new homes and modernUIng through the FHA loan— Plans, «*Htlmuten Information free. Hctt A. L. Bills, contractor at Jennings Lumber Co., phone 2701. Only Neatly Repaired Shoe* Please those who are Careful of their Appearance. Hand Made Boots BRANTLEY'S SHOE SHOP is i/our iesi PROTECTION - Clayton Williams General Insurance Auto Loans 302 E. 3rd Dial 591 Ocean sunfish grow from one- tenth of an inch in length to giants 10 feet long, weighing al- most a ton. They are notably poor swimmers, and it is a mys- tery how they can sccure suf- ficient food to accomplish such growth records. DR. ALICK K. W1LMOT Chiropractor Vapor Bath, Massage, Diet and Electro-Therapy. One spinal adjustment FREE. 007 Elm — Phone 510 Registered Optometrist* Expert examina- tion, lenses, repaired or duplicated. J. P. MAJORS, J....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 January 1939

TEJOO m•!$,-' v 1J m jk ' p S flPP 'mmWm; fe •'.". pS§.<$^■ -■.' **" -„.%' >, ♦ .-." ,, \ i t •' .< •, ,;' , JUdSSS,./ ." f \- '- • *' * Lt'l -sf k\i .'" '••v.'-.'1/, t' . '.V •-*V:■ • , *../ ■pr^?. *?*••' ^K^||§1L F a| £ I 11 i Meet, "Thursday lip banquet is to . at 7:30 o'clock Thursday at the Highland Methodist church. * * * bher Singers To feet On Thursday Mother singers of the John R. Lewis school are to meet at 3:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon. A large attendance is being urg- ed by Miss Bernice Alexander. WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- I UnnI— Aal Tml Jnp 0m «f Bed in feMmflara'toG* • should pour out two pounds of ' ito your bowel* d*ily. If thU bUe jfr*ely, your food doetn'tdlKeat. 1 jut d*cayi in the bowels. Gas bloats up mr stomach. You set constipated. Your whole system is poisoned and you feel sour, sunk and the world looks punk. ▲ mere bowel movement doesn't set at the cause. It takes those good, old Carter's Little Liver Pills to get these two pounds of bila flowing ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 January 1939

JI I) <> '• - ■ 3? *PttEMsfe'>- K: *:/~ « €> ! I" < S2fHltlHMS n IMMEN ★ ★ Texas Solons Carry Freight Rate Fight To Congress House Adopts Resolution By West Texas Man Present ICC Rates Cause Texas Shippers To Pay High Charges, Claim AUSTIN — (UP) — The Tex- as house of representatives to- day asked the United States congress to obtain from the In- terstate Commerce commission a fair system of freight rates for the southwest. The house adopted a resolu- tion by Rep. J. Bryan Bradbury of Abilene urging congress to take dteps to remedy the zone system of fixing freight rates. Present ICC rates, the resolution said, caused Texas shippers to pay GO to 80 per cent higher freight rates than is paid in the north and east, "If we are to give the farm- ers and business men of Texas an even break, this system should be abolished," the reso- lution said. Bradbury told the house that "before we can have industrial- ization in Texas, we must have freight rates built upon equal- ity...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 January 1939

p'mm | ^/">v ,?11 THVRaiM^ J • • '■ Nil *1 Battler Jfoylor Blears Go After SeconcJ Conference Wi| Against Aggies fest Says Beat Joe : Yft, \\ laNot Hard To Recall What Happened Wlw Max Fought Negro NEW YORK — Some may '■ giye Maxie Adelbert Baer the benefit of the doubt, but the erstwhile Butterfly Butcher Bey is as wrong as ever when he says that a good share of the ringworms are not convinced that he quit to Joe Louis. Baer is east again ... as glib as ever. Although he has had little to do with anybody other than No Hit Tommy Farr since his mis- erable performance against Louis more than three years ago, Baer still has an exaggerat- ed opipion of his bucks office appeal. fie gives a strange reason for this supposed magnetism. "Nobody knows for sure what I'll do in the ring," he says. "Louis ami Mike Jacobs know that nobody'11 draw in a cham- pionship fight like Max Baer." The exchampion goes on to say how he'll mmhandle Louis in another trip, but despite his talk and professed...

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