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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 April 1927

m'Mm • i ■■ m ! mi §$mm ^Wt^^pife'p''*8''11fofo ■■ . I WW.,.,1 VOL. 1.—NO. 130. ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE 1 , 1 OFFICIAIj PUBLICATION, COT OF f O • W ■¡MM 1 o ( < \ i BOBGER, TEXAS, SUNDAY. APRIL 24. 1927. SANITATION CHIEF IS EN RO . I * * * * * # # * ****** ****** * * * * * * ****** ****** MILLERBENKS * * * ****** •J Cfí 3fi 3ft ¿£ # # ¿£ * ****** ****** ****** NEVER SAW VANNOY'S $200 FEE FOR GAMING RIGHT, MAYOR SAYS 60 KNOWN DEAD IN MISSISSIPPI FLOOD AREA ISO More May be Drowned, In Unconfirmed Report From Valleys 100,000 HOMELESS Fresh Warnings Issued While Red Cross Heads Aid To Sufferers (B.v The .Associated Press) More than sixty persons are known to have perished in the most exten- sive Mississippi Valley flood of re- cord and there are unconfirmed re- ports. that upwards of one hundred and fifty others have been drowned. Those made homeless over the thousands of square miles now un- der water in Mississippi, Arkansas and other states are estimated at 100,000. As the fl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 April 1927

lrl_. of i. # home- sent tQ tfternoon fcft P. DOS8EY Dossey, engineer at petroleum Company Camp Saturday morning in a tpital. Mr. Dossey leayes a nail children. He y his mother, fa- athers and three sisters, ey's wife and two children . the bed side when the end father was unable to it on the account ,o£ Ill- Mr. Dossey was an active er of the Odd Fellows and they will -have charge of the fu- neral arrangements. The body was sent to Edna, Texas by the Dobbins ,& Son Funeral Home accompanied by his mother, wife and children and several of his fellow workmen of tile Phillips Petroleum Co. 6i I t üfe Mili nkinued From. Paga One) in the 84th District court at Stinnett, July 4. He said he would probably not ask for a change of venue. The grand jury adjourned yester- day, after returning 45 indictments, and in their report to Judge Newton P. Willis of the 84th District court, commended Sheriff Jóe O.wnbey for his work in the enforcement of the law. Mayor Miller's statement follows: To...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 April 1927

I m 1 l M _ Schedule for Borger Industrial League Fans—Clip This Out for Future Reference at home diamond ifUt'pr.Y St'l'PI.Y AfAHIjAi.il IJnr -J'J A HIT. 7 K.M I'lHK Muy 23 <• TI AHJr_ I* skki.l.v .M a y 'J U AUK. 10 cuds April '¿7 «Tuup •" .Inty KJ I'. (i.UKIiAl.li MÍ;y L. •I 11 ni s July 17 PIIAIKIK M si y 1 .Iiinc I'J July '-ID I', f. i- (.. • April 'J l June 1 .Inly 10 ttTAMOND AT HOME AT HOME DIAMOND ¡ .MÁÜI-ANI) ^ KMIU.UK •""" ' SKi'.;i,iA j Juhp *jf) 1 n:>'ly :s July (5 July <> M a y 2 " l~~ \ u. 14 1 Muy 20 Jul!" 2Í 1 Auir. 10 July '1 May 22 Aug-. 7 April 2 1 Mr y 1 May I 1 Juiiii 12 Juuc ^ July 10^ July 2( July 17 A pril 27 April 21 Muy I. June i> June 1 June 12 July i:i July It July 2(1 May 1 April «¡7 v pril 2 1 JttUO X June u June* ('• . July '7 • " July 1:: July 10 ' t Mi, 1 April 27 June 1"J Juilt H •Till;'. f. July ju July 17 Jul-. 1 '• AT HOWS DIAMOND f I' <5 M ¡iy & .In DC 1"> .Inh 3 ! M.«y I! .him n>. J ill y 27 Ala;. IK AT HOME DIAMOND...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 April 1927

se: for luc Nebraska ues Moines 7; Wichita 3- Omaha 8; Amarillo 6. T fiXAS IJKAGTK Dallas 2; Wichita Falls 13, oí real stuff, flinched when re- he is -to meet the "un- champicn," as Paterson ick, but is keeping on I of view while training for. the frSJ" ■].../ ay night's party will he a i between a boy of 2" yearn i skilled old man who is o$e e finest rouseular 1 y developed in captivity. Although a mere you mister. Chick has a point of perfect devel- nt, according to Paterson, :md vei;y much like a season- wreetler rather than just a arter." "Bobby Chick is not a title hold- er because no man who claims the championship will meet hlin,'" Pat- erson asserted yesterday. "Chhl.. however, is frequently called the world's greatest middleweight wreatler, and has proved his worth-' iness to that appelation by winning every battle since his coming to the front. "In 1924 Bobby, then just a kid, entered the Olympics as a welter- weight, won that event in a match, and then licked the champion...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 April 1927

TMe. c If Crowder, p __ West, x Lisenbee, p Tucker, xxx IBraxton, p ■Culp, xx xx Marberry, p ni, ct Wheat, zs Eoley, as Walberg, p h v Totals—34 4 13 27 15 1 z batted for Dykes in ninth. zz batted for Perkins In ninth. New York 200 100 000— 3 Philadelphia 102 000 001— 4 Two base hits: Meusel, Cobb. Home runs: Rutli, Gehrig. Sacri- fice: GrabowHki. Double plays: Laz- zeri, Koenig and Gehrig; Gehrig and Lazzerl; Keonig and Gehrig: Moore Koenig .and Gehrig. Left on has, New York 9; Philadelphia 7. Base on balls off Ruether 1, off Moore 1. c ff Walberg 1. Struck out by Rue- ther 1, by Walberg 4. Hita off Hue- ther 11 in 7 innings; off Moore 2 in 1,2-3; Hit by pitcher by Ituether (Simmons). Losing pitcher Moore. GIANTS 3, PHILLIES 1 NEW YORK. April 23.—(AP) —Hugh McQuillan scored his first victory of the season today when I he Giants defeated the Phillies by 5 to 1. A bit of wildnoss by Scott in the third and infield hits by the New Yorker accounted for four runs and the gamo. Score: PHI...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 April 1927

11 rffl SÉ Ht "back a* cher," says "Irish" Bob Meusel (left) as lie leans on a one hurled by his veteran teammate, "Bill" Doalc (right), ut the rooklyn Dodgers' Clearwater, Fla.,' training «amp. .Perhaps you don't ievje that the ball "Irish" is here smiting and the one "Bill" is pic- pitching were one and the same. Dou't blame you; they aren't the -but it made interesting reading, didn't it? T PREVAILS IN POLAND US HEALTH «F DICTATOR FAILS WARSAW, Poland, April 23.— (AP)—^peculation as to what will happen to Poland when Joseph Pil- sudski relinquishes liis hold on the reppublic have become rife with re- ports that the health of the marshal is anything out encouraging and that he is a very tired man Since the Piludski coud d'etat ol" last May the marshal has held the country in the palm of his hand, but more and more of late there have been rumblings of growing opposi- eialist leaders. These dissensions often are manifest by the activities; of individual members in open con- tradicti...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 April 1927

. WuiSBS - ,1 T A m OM MY OWN HOOK-IF HÉ POP doRN HE HftS ro HAve BOTTER. ÁND TU6«e'S vwese t SHINS' I'M Fezu Xo \*5RK-JUST THINK. •. AW0TK6R MONTH OR SO ANO MY POP CORM CROP TO HARV/6SY ~~ SAY J WON'T X HAVE THC •lAOGH ON <aUNN? nneflel throo '. a -,. ■ *. i'.LKVKIvANP lamienon, If fipurjjeon, £b Pozoa, 2b SujMWia. if Hums, lb J. Sewell, ss \V>H. ct Rewell, c ILuizke, 3b Uhle, p Miller, p McNnlty, x Coilard, i) 2 ill Rtil Tot ¡UK i xUatl.od foi Miller AH It 4 1 CHICAGO ivamm, 3h Hnmiefield. ss Harrett. of - Fall;, If Clancy, lb Boone, rf — Ward, 2 b or God ! CrouHe, c lt J,. 45 ¡Thomas, p ... <,<) > ( ill IM II "i s / V • i'-w ..1 YfcSSiR, MOM - IÍU6 <3or Tyre Bv the horns beforc HE F.veM STARTS IN BUSINESS- TWO CRCAMEPIES HAVE ALREADY A<5PEED.TO Sct-u ME THEiR OUTPUT VOO ARE LOOKING at the future bottsr Kif.a! 1 don't<set your idea, But it /makes no difference To Me who x sect. MH Butter To — as long fiz X GET YOUR CERTIFIED CHECK MftfLlDftLECReftWtRTfe^. m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 April 1927

¡í ¡: ífM 't c*;"?' ' . , April 26 at 8:00 p. m.— ering the Soul." Tuesday, April26 at 8:00 p. m.— "When Friendship Pails." Wednesday, April 27 at 8:00 p. m. —"Christ or Sophist?" Thursday, April 28 at 8:00 p. m. —"The World United Yet Divided." Friday, April 29 at 8:00 p. m.— "Bruised Reeds and Smoking Flax." Saturday, April 30;—No sermon— Confessions. ' \ The two week's mission at St- John's Catholic church will be opon- ed Sunday morning, April 24 at the 10 9'clock Mass by Father Thomas J. S| McGrath, Jesuit missionary from Shreveport. La., who will take as his subject "Chirst Knocking at the Door." A mission in a Catholic church corresponds, more or less exactly, to a revival in Protestant churches. A mission is a series of sermons; it al- so, in a two weeks' mission, em- braces lectures explanatory of the dogmas and tenets of the Catholic church. I n addition to the sermons and lectures in the evening, ther,. are services in the morning consist- ing of Mass and a short instruct...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 April 1927

i « r ) J V T-mrtf-rnmr^ ^v'-rv^'TI V •X <£■': «' * • V •k« fSImS MJfr: P#&: OFFICIAL PUBLICATION, GOT OF — 1 — JOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE BORGER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, APRIL 24, 1927. 11* International " ndat/ School Lesson Written Dr. J. E. Nunn By International Sunday School Lesson for April 24, 1927. General Topic: Peter at the Transfiguration. Scripture Lesson: Mark 9:2-10; 2 Peter 1:16-18. Mark 9:2. And after six days Jesus taketh with him Peter, and James, and John, and bringeth them up into a high mountain apart by themselves: and he was transfigured before them. 3. And his garments became glistening, exceeding white, so as no fuller on earth can whiten them. 4. And there appeared unto them Elijah with Moses: and they were talking with Jesus. 5. And Peter answereth and saith to Jesus, Rabbi, it is good for u? to be here: and let us make three tabernacles; one for thee, and one for Moses, and one for Elijah. 6. For he knew not what to answer; for they became sore afraid. 7. A...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 April 1927

! 4 taSu " wmmr- 5fj; - <-:; PP-: -\ • *¿% > ^gn violent XT bo working B hiks (carriage UYou-knonu MM! 40« m ftsr nwtre ungratful attacked one an other f Maw spectators, thl cltement, joined ihe b Heads limb r .our oppor Don't make shrugged her le. It?" She waved-a 1 indicate the Winnie Bhéltoh. in the de broken, negllegce, wiB ' stretched , rfhaiae longUft, buiy with a buffer «r«il ft* .. i " • ;"We tH*U£ht y«u #««# ifóvéi- &jm- ing, and We simply couldn't watt fd choose our rooms." She looTféd up two have ill you've río jit qt, Billy w*U a comradely smile 9*1 ljgr Uttle heart*shaped. fair face, vol u .Trs. -4fM*/itS wtce to ■,, course Nyda boat ufi to It, and took the sweilest room of tBe lot. Qitl T. Q.'g rooms Are on the second flcjor, ftnd he told u's we cduld have out Fie* of any. of the rooms on - tne whole third floor." ; ;?¡f >'#',«> r?om yast ai 4 higli- (elTlingea, with a great bqy wjivdow looking dowu upon a fpuntain s'tft in a huge cu'cujar flower bed th...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 April 1927

■h'r 3 I ( f v m i |p* Ü Is Subject Of Sermon "The Unpardonable Sin" will be the subject of Rev. Rolfe Barnard's sermon at the First Baptist church tonight, at 8 o'clock. Mr. Barnard said yesterday that many divergent views are held among the varius churches as to just what constitute* (he unpardonable sin. and he invites members of other denominations to hear his version of il. AUTHOR KTllHKB MEXICAN LIFE NEW YORK—Mexican women are feminists in the businoiis world, but in their social life continue to follow the rule of the old regime, ac- cording to John Dos Passos, author ;;nd playright, who hos Just returned says is " dream of or enjoying 'duennas' or Dos Passos says he turn to complete his ob on Mexican life before wr book about it. He will 111 the next volume as he did his test •'ni'ton>-li?*nr«k!a" wif ll ills OWil Orient-Express' sketches In color. Big Spring—Work on Elliott, building corner of East Third and Punnels streets'wel under way. m issPs Marble Falls — Great Gra...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 April 1927

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 April 1927

■MI KktMÉMÉÉfC WÉmM MMMHáfei MÍÉMHIHM PPM" JHU- frflMPftwT , , on; three In .orrion foe five ¿ente per word. All want ada are JtS'ü'SÁ tira ger lu thavuunif cents per word nt fextt h \ comiil ■laniii FOR SALE' J V 4 roa! BALE CHEAP—ola Itotrepapere, Cflll at Blargor i on '¡M'.Nf - o'.^' *. Sblff for BtoraKi «r it r hi«i . .Hermit h POH SALE—Exira good White Leghorn Pullets and JJens. Half miles ivest of Phillips- school house. TOR S^UE—Two-room Louse cheap. Will imt it on your lot free. McDowell Team C'kdipi two blocks west of Methodist church. 18-tp FOR SALK—Corner lot 25xluQ tact In Elec- tric Pity. Ideal locution for filling; Ma Hon. T. J. Moore, Lone Star Domino Hall. J2ti-6tp Toll S.;LR CHEAP—Equity in 2." foot lot nViosN from Gihson FiUv Motor < o.^ It interested call nt Master's Cafo. J2tí-3tp run tsALlil—tfour-chair barber «hop. ev- erything new. Will sell for invoice. 0°(>u r'MHoiÍK for gelling. Tom Lewis, <s'-l Ntirth Jiain, Borger. j28-'Up FOft SALE—Here is a bar...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 24 April 1927

m 5 Mftl I • HaH ' ' ■ , ' - m lili 9 ? ? 9 ? 9 Where is the Best Place to get Painless Dentistry Work? He makes perfect fitting plates, absolute- ly guaranteed for $25. Twenty years' experience in Texas. Located in a theatre building, ground floor. Dr. K. M. Watkins Rig Theatre Building /¿U L $'• '"n 4j ^O Cash Prize Winners , - ' * 1st Prize, $5—Claude Marshall, Nyal Drug. 2nd Prize, $3—Louis L. Cogdell. 3rd Prize, $2—Anna Lee Bell, Laird Drug Co. ... Where can you get the most • ¡ Where is the Best Place to Buy Baseball and Athletic Goods? Delicious Home-Cooked j meals to eat there or takeout? It's located just a few doors north of the Herald Office. The Sanitary Delicatessan D. L. Cohen, Prop. ! Í i i Their store is acting as a meeting place for representatives of the Industrial League. They are located in South Bor- ger and their advertising appears from twice to four times each week in The Herald. Lewis Hardware Co. Where is the Best Place to Have Your Photograph Taken? Studio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 25 April 1927

t * * * «MÍ ¿f LEÍ fí • • '. * j — a^M'igpt •*-. ,, «sír G ****** ****** ****** * * * * * * ****** «tv# r * ti RAID ON STILL INCLUDES RIFLE BATTLE AND FINDING ORPHAN > ( r ¡ KNOWN FLOOD TOLL PLACED AT A HUNDRED Thrice That Number May Be Dead of Mississippi's Worst Rampage. 100,00# HOMELESS Desolation is Extended to New Towns as Rising Waters Spread. MEMPHIS, Tenn.. April 25.— (AP)—Following somewhat freak- ish courses, flood waters from the Mississippi and its tributaries over- ran more towns today in both Mis- sissippi and Arkansas; rendering ad- ditional thousauds homeless and ad- ding to the already staggering' total of property damage. Occasional reports of deaths fil- tered through from the vast inun- dated territory but careful checks of the lists placed the known dead at only a-little more than one hun- dred rwith air -estima ted deaih total of approximately three hundred. One hundred thousand are home- less. indianaola, Miss., and Arkansas City, and Marked Tree, Ark., wer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 25 April 1927

MAIL IN US «Ü. $4.W a I 1 mo. mo, 2.90 70e 50 60c 10 0c crry 70c u—: ft ■•■■■ articles, manuicripta. let- \ sent to The Herald art- * owner risk, and rJie pubiiahexa f U' 1 iales any liability or respon- their eafe custody or return, care will be taken, however, tc aro not lost or misplaced in m$Ét PHÓNE ia FOK ALL DEPARTMENTS —i ■ NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any individual, firm, concern or corporation that may ap ppar .In the columns of the Herald, will b* gladly corrected when called to the atten- tion of the editor. It is not the intention of this newspaper to wrongly Use or injure any individual, firm, concern or corporation and corrections will be made when warranted as prominently as was one wrongly published reference of article. A GREAT CONTRAST: For all evil doers shall be cut off: but those that wait upon the Lord, they shall inherit the earth. Psalm 37:9. Let's Get Rid Of This Gas SmeJI. . The Herald understa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 25 April 1927

MnWMiTT ■tfon' far flfóf ceibts pér wfrwl. • All want ads are ^ \ "f . __ ■> • ■ fc*. .• , -. .« </' > / y J / /) POR 8AI¿E-¿*1Sxtra good White Leghorn Pullets and Hens. Half wiles Ví¿L-á>f Phillips school bouse. TOR SALE—'Two-room house c put it ou your lot free. McU Camp, two blocks west of Metboi FUR SALE—Corner lot. 25x100 feet iu Elec- tric City, ldenl location for filling sta- tion. T. J. Moore, Lone Star Domino Ilg.ll. isFotp FOR SALE1—News stand, good loci doing good buKmexs. Will take caár an payment. Z Herald. IOR LEASE or SALE—First clasll Nife located near shops with steady uw r°M Good, clean desirable trade. Ueu-si^nor sel inc. Inquire Q Herald office. 129-fltp FOR SALE or TRADE—Dandy set Ludvig Trap Drums. What have you { Address T F Harding. Box 264, Borycr. 129-iitp i OR SALE—Filling station and house. Best location in Borgcr. Will take light car in. One block west of city limits. Dixón Creek street. • 12P«'Hp FOR SALE—11)25 Ford condition, cheap.—John ta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 25 April 1927

ctlvlty, and the oil this gen- but ituate the of these is in the location made covery well by drilling by Gulf. _ endent which would te been delayed. Sev- in the south part of are rigging up to drill he top of the lime. In the llister pool in Eastland a number of tests are ta be around the new well of <& Reynolds, which extended Suction a mile and a quar- The Panhandle has sev- spots which are drawing pment." mm !RX LEAGrE wjByi TEXAS LEAGUE ■ w. l. Wiehlfa Falls s Hooston __ 7 Beaumont 5 San Antonio 6 Dallas 6 Fort Worth __ 5 Waco — 4 Slireveport —- 2 AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. New York St. Louis ! Detroit : Washington Philadelphia _ eveland — Chicago 3 2 2 5 5 6 Poton 2 8 Pet. .727 .712 .667 .545 .500 .400 .364 .200 sry -Herald NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pittsburgh 7 3 St. Louis 6 3 New York : 7 Boston — 8 '~5 Philadelphia 4 Chicago — -JF 4 5 Cinnteiati Ml 2 9 2 10 LEAGUE STANDING ' W. L. Pet. 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 .000 .000 .000 .000 hit ; at Waco—ra' reveport at Port AMERICAN LEA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 26 April 1927

I WHA mm 1111^9 * u é* *+ l West .Texas: Tonight, partly cloudy, warmer in southeast ' por- tion; Wednesday, partly cloudy. OFFICIAL PUBUOATION, OTP* 09 ; T7« • ii VOL. 1—NO. 132. ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE BORGER, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 1927 ¡Km m -m I HEALTH RULES ISSUE * # * ****** ****** * 4 * * * * ****** ****** TRANS-ATLANTIC FLYERS DEAD * t * * * ****** ****** ****** ****** i' 'i* * * * * * * * * * * * * DENY QUASH MOTION TO DALE-MOORE U *< TWO OUSTED LEGISLATORS LOSEBATTLE They Face Charges of Accept- ing Bribe From Houston Eye-Doctor was afTer prize Moore Will Go To Trial First Dale Next, On Joint Indictment AUSTIN, April 26.— (AP)—Ten- tative selection of jurors who were questioned at length was under way today preliminary to the trial of H. H. Moore, Cooper farmer, jointly in- flicted with F. A. Dale, Bonham lawyer, 011 charges of accepting a bribe to influence legislation in the House of Representatives from which they were expelled. Severance of the case was dem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 26 April 1927

The pvleBt here went .... ep4paver9d. tp aho>v -«the faciiltlM of the spul, the (¡clisen of the body, the ant the procreatlre Instinct a and ay out 1 Pi- K i'lfcts all. & Sand was ths. bigi-pois^; Sterday, as in every game thfs sfcason, leading liis team's attack ir hits while Pruitt held the to six. ?r striking thing about the today is t,he fact that the mü h<> Cards head Uieir re rerfguesftt this eaTly *eea- B:-son date, in 1927, just where they, Ktoikl at the end of ii(ay in 19.20. ' St. Louis rose to the rightful placr 1 of a world championship by defeat- ing the Pirates whb had been breéz- icg along in the lead. A rare duel . of pitchers decided the issue with Jess gaines of the Cards itist shud- ifig Rhy Kremér óf the Pirates. The only run of the game was Douthitt's , lmiue.r iu the sixth, which was enough ijO win for the Cardinals, 1 IS to 0. When St. Louis' other major league-representative, the Brownn, ■ iinaiiy dropped a game i,o the Cleve- land Indians, 9 to ...

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