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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 23 May 1938

•J ym ! ■M I 0'- is, k% i & ' ? H1 i ': : 889 ai •! ■I ;|i ml K t It ft I If Hi K ! iXr mi; m In Storm Which Ripped TKrougfi Ivan, TI'xtU EUROPE SAFELY THROUGH HERVOUS WEEKEND % Clash Between Czechoslovakia f Germany Avoided Mexico Troubled With Internal Rebellion; ^ Chinese Face Losses By UNITED PRESS Europe skidded safely through another nervous weekend, but war and threats of war still rumbled omin^psly around the world. Czechoslovakia, where troops crowded her frontiers, emerged ^spared and hopeful from week- end elections which threatened to bring her into conflict with Nazi Germany and to pitch Eu- rope into a new World War. 'J Mexico, charging that foreign- ers angered by expropriation of oil properties were encourag- ing revolt, struck vigorously at the rebellious state of San Luis Potosi. But reports indicated a "spread of the insurgent move- .j.nent. China, fighting back against a mighty Japanese offensive in the north, was faced with loss ^ of the entire Lunghai railr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 23 May 1938

Wv o SWEETWATER EEPOHTER, HWIiM'WATIM. TEXXS NortMr, *** *."• %*• iants Stretch National Lead By Victory Over Pirates Cleveland Beats Yanks To Boost American Lead Ted Lyons Sets Mark 0£ 200 Games Win In Major Loop Career NEW YORK — (UP) — The New York Giants increased their National League lead to 8% games as the Cincinnati Reds pushed into the first divi- sion ahead of Pittsburgh. The Giants, with Carl Hubbell win- ning his fifth victory, beat the Pirates 18-2. The runner-up Chicago Cubs were beaten 2-1 in an 11-inning battle with the BoBton Bees. Cincinnati pushed into fourth place dropping Pitts- burgh to fifth, with an 8-3 vic- tory over Brooklyn while the last-place Philadelphia Phillies trimmed the St. Louis Cardinals 2-1. The Giants collected 15 hits off Brandt, Swift and Sewell as Hubbell held the Pirates to 10 hits and allowed two runs in the first on doubles by Lloyd "Waner, Vaughan and Rizzo. Hank Danning's batting featur- ed the Giant attack. He drove in two runs With a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 23 May 1938

WWM Dn [in le >r- ■or pe- lf in tii jk Rle Pill |An- I tin rti> (fas |avc i nls I pel |t in all |o\vn Irini i\( lr: fpos- bo Is of |pon- inr lay- liave la vor so Jvo |.ho 21\S IS till' llding #'>• will next hern work' <laho- I'W] ippeij by I ntble-I the] kill I w ?ame. st fori ioma| scor- ourthi "■fj fori sev-I ••ir- thel in o; mmm. „.jbh „ mmm &&SS ■ i m MONDAY, MAY 23, 1930 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS Sound System Of Financing Has Been Created By FH PAGE End of Heating Season Is Time To Check System ^ Necessary Repairs Should Be Made Now and Rust Removed From Boilers £ The heating season has been completed in all parts of the country, and time for repairs and precautions is at hand. Heating boilers are often seri- ^ously damaged during the Sum- mer months by corrosion result- ing from the combination of sul- phur from the fuel with the moisture in the cellar. ft To prevent this and other pos- sible damage, all heating sur- faces should he thoroughly ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 23 May 1938

PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS MONDAY, MAY 1938 Hi by The Sweetwater ..... m aecond clasa matter jjl poet- VIIHC u. Sweetwater, Texa«, Feb. ft IMO. George Bennltt and Russell Bennltt, Puba. > Interested Spectator ■ ■ ,, A k«i5 ills I ' * *! s* HANDICAPS DO NOT CHANGE HUMAN WHIMSIES A person who is blind is a person whom many men can never completely know. Men who have their sight, but lack imagination, regard him as something entirely different from themselves. Let such consider Alfred Aldinger of Frankfort. N. Y. Aldinger, blind for the last 20 years, realized his life's ambition the other day. What do you imagine it was he wanted to do? Was it some strange thing you never have thought of? Think of some of the ambitions you entertained as a boy. What Aldinger always wanted to do. and what he finally did, was ride a fire truck to a fire, and operate the sirea. That ought to bring the blind a little closer to us. What seems to set this ticular man apart from his fellows is he did fin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 23 May 1938

to jidl. f ac-. * INS IN i- p s 3LL It I 1 |R. Ion j j IOI> ran- •ft ph*J\ i • * ; <^~TO X w mrm "' W -•'h$ . >■ ■' $s\ :>?>• \ iLt MAY 23, r, SwCETWATCn REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS Delicious Angel Cream 15 Dozen PACE BROS. Ttd WOMEN'S WEARi Hats ... .1.00 to 4.95 Hose .. 79c to $1.65 HUDSON -WINN Mb Phone 2553 AMlrifED-* YoutoCaU 2007 Free Delivery Ice Cream—Magazines , Rental Library Book**—3 Days 10c Sweetwater Newstand Open 7(30 a. m. to 11:00 p. m. "You've Tried the Rest Now Try The Best For Better . Results" / Try Charley's w ^ \v> Bass Bugs Manufactured in Sweetwater, Texas, 114 Oak St. Registered Optometrists ^ Expert examl- nation and glasses correctly fitted. Re- pairing and broken lenses duplicated. J. P. MAJORS, J. B. MAJORS Only Neatly Repaired Shoes Please those who arc Careful of their Appearance. Hand Made Boots BRANTLEY'S SHOE SHOP Protection and 4 preservation of" precious vision "Glasses Fitted ONLY When Necessary." DR. P. T. QUA ST, O. D. D&...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 23 May 1938

'Iff liifowflMi nil" 11 t rt.-w-iir^r raft ■■ .'jMhmmii ■em lure to be held at 4 W" afternoon at the Bf Christ In Roscoe for Mtnui, 31, whose death f at 2:20 a. m„ today Sweetwater Hospital. ' 1ms had lived in No- all of his life, born twater, where he re- lately at 1103 Lemon Is survived by his widow four children, Melvin, ; Wilma Jene and Joyce ell, of Sweetwater; four sis Mrs. Joe Pardue, Rotan; Mrs. J. A. Williams, Big Spring; Mrs. C. A. Clifton and Mrs. H. P. Rayburn of Roscoe; his moth- er, Mrs. Ada Helms, Maryneal; tin uncle, E. J. Martin, also of Maryneal. S. L. Williams, minister of the church was to officiate at the rites, with Johnston Funeral Home directing arrangements and burial in a Roscoe ceme- tery. entury Navigator Eugene Day, 40, Dies in Rotan ROTAN — Eugene Day, 40, well-known business man who came to Rotan when the town was first founded, died at 7:45 o'clock this morning following a long illness which had kept him confined to bed for three weeks. Funeral servic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 May 1938

IMS I i -' 0 OF LOCAL Queen Mary to Be 71 Thursday "Seventy-one and going strong." That will be the unspoken thought of millions of Britons Thursday for on that day Queen Mary will have passed her 71st milestone in her life's pilgrimage. Today she is more popular than ever with her subjects. Britons think of her as the model wife and mother; as the woman who with her late husband, King George V, kept the cleanest court in the history of Britain; as the sov- ereign who tried to interest herself in the doings of all class- es of her subjects. She is honored for her bravery — Britons honor her as a queen . . . "keen to do her duty." « , SwEmro, Reporter VOL. XXXX SWEETWATER, TEXAS TUESDAY, MAY 24, 1938 NUMBER 317 Aid Promised On Nolan Co. Road * Negro Assessed 5 * Years For Murder Robert Brown, negro charged with slaying Joe Wilson, an- g other negro, in an argument ov- er a gambling game near Ros- coe, Oct.. H. was given five years in the state prison by a jury Monday afternoon. Brown...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 May 1938

1 pi 11| i! y J! _ ><?0i ™JB wW J • ' •' ' TOgSHAY, MAjr r- ...... „ .,.um ...jl i . . — ——— .. Bracket Softballers Muster Playing Stren iT« Battle To Team fejnvenated Lineup Almost Coiuiccts In Exciting Contest Lead changed hands several times during the game last night between Sunbeam and Becreation clubs, but Sunbeam scored two runs in the last of tie fifth to win 8 to 5. Sunbeam took a two run lead in the first inning, only to al- low the athletic crew to score four runs in the second to take a 4 to 2 advantage. Sunbeam came back in the third to add two more counters, and two more in the fifth decided the contest. Wild In Pinches Recreation club made a des- perate rally to win the game, playing superb ball behind ef- fective pitching, but wildness in the pinches cost them the con- test. Two relief hurlers, S. Fitts and Snodgrass, pitched capable ball, but walked in a run apiece before settling down to master the Sunbeam crew of heavy hitters. Several new faces in the Rec- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 May 1938

Kffffl h1' ^ - •• *• *. j™4 • * w ff#IC W&^mm IMMBKME1?' $9MHP .£ W , :j f'"'\ '.' v \. ' '. - :■ ' ; ■ , ' . ' ■;;,;' SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS /■ WWi ——■———— I —— ———— ——. Municipal Departments Are Filled By —— ^Various Board Members Named %By City Council Personnels of Adjust- ^ ments, Building and Band Boards Filled Appointments for expiring terms on three boards of the #eity organization were made by the city commission Monday af- ternoon in a short session. Term of R. C. Crane on the board of adjustment expired, ♦ and he was reappointed. Other members holding over are Mrs. John Perry, H. R. Bondies, J. C. Morris, and Carl Anderson. Five members of the build- ing commission had reached the end of their terms: George Beak- ley, Howard Yates, E. J. Darley, L. M. Hubbard and R. C. Crane. ^New appointments are Jim But- ler, Dr. A. Brann, Charles E. Paxton, W. S. Chennault and Crane. Others making the board of 15 arc Mrs. John Perry, H. t|R. Bondies, C. C. Johnston,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 May 1938

jfgf'&af SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE FOUR —Features TUESDAY, MAY 24, 1938 and UjMVMk^SdttiM r bjr Tfi« Sweetw*t!Fft« rea as second class matter at tf _ Sweetwater, Texas, Ftb. 9, 1 fiennltt and Russell Bennltt, Pubs. live Coals ^ (t P m m - JAStffjSfcri 'I I MriMkJNgT STORIES (M'? * j sr* **• m ¥ 5* Heads "Presidential" Stamp Series I ONG awaited in philatelic cir- cles, the new U. S. "Presiden- tial Series" of postage makes its bow with the striking 1-cent George Washington stamp repro- duced here slightly more than one and one-half times actual size. * Printed in green ink, in sheets of 100 by rotary process, the stamp is 0.75 by 0.87 inches, with a flat background and without bolder. It was designed by Miss Elaine Rawlinson of New York City, winner of a nationwide con- test conducted several months ago by the Treasury Department. Very likely the same motif will be em- ployed throughout the entire issue of 32 stamps in this new series. First stamp of the series nu- merically will b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 May 1938

• 9 • [• * PS € III < % JN t i « « 1)1' in- E < > I • )ur mil- ks. ♦ • * TUESDAY, MlMM 1938 Caramel Nut CAKE i PACE BROS. mT You to Cs SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXXS WOMEN'S WEARl Hats ....1.00 to 4.95 Hose .. 79c to $1.65 HUDSON-WINNW Phone 2553 ICall 2007■ Free Delivery Ice Cream—Magazines Rental Library Books—3 Days 10c Sweetwater Newatand Open 7:30 a. in. to 11:00 p. ni. "You've Tried the Rest Now Try The Beat For Better . Results" / Q Try Charley's / V * Bass Bugs Manufactured in Sweetwater, Texas, 114 Oak St. Registered Optometrists 5^ Expert examl- nation and glasses correctly fitted. Re- pairing and broken lenses duplicated. J. P. MAJORS, J. B. MAJORS Protection and preservation of precious vision "Glasses Fitted ONLY When Necessary." DR. P. T. QUAST, O. D. D & D TAYI CITY 2067 IHAI 2502 Guaranteed 10 Minute Service Only Neatly Repaired Shoes Please those who are Careful of their Appearance. Hand Made Bool* BRANTLEY'S SHOE SHOP 4 SECTION RANCH Not too fa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 May 1938

ore Red-Hot Prices FOR TUESDAY AFTERNOON, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY P m Jptons mWwk 3 NO. 2 CANS Close Out Val-Vita ORANGE JUICE 10 15-oz. Can Texas NO. 2 CANS All Flavors m I Del Monte Crushed, 3 flat cans a mm jello - - i pineapple 25c SWIFT JEWEL SHORTENING 4 lb- Carton 39C 8 lb. Carton 78c 2 8-oz. pkgs. m mm I Small 33c _ post toasties15c ovaltine ^ Del Monte Crushed, 3 flat cans 1254c pkg. of Huskies Free HAWAIIAN PINEAPPLE CAKES Two Delicious yellow layers filled and topped with Pineapple and a rich butter cream icing Each CHERRY PIES Reg-. 19c Seller FILLED COFFEE RINGS Filled with Mince Meat or Apple Cream Cookies And qoz 5c Each Each 1§C IOC Lemon Snaps Fresh BLACKEYED PEAS Fancy Green BEANS, „ 7%c Fresh Mustard (SHEENS 5c White or Yellow Squash 3 its. 1 Ho 13,ks-10® Long Green CUCUMBERS 5c White Velvet OKRA „ 19c Fresh Each R'stn' Ears c THE TOMATO WITH A FLAVOR TOMATOES 5 Pound Haskel Fancy Vine Ripened. June Pink or Marglobe BASKET CARROTS BEETS RADISHES Three Bunches 10c A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 May 1938

mm m ' i; ." ' ". V '■ fev, f"!" ' •" • • - 5 I lllllllllllflll.il I ___ ___ ; '• 'l1-' r, M Ten Killed In Mysterious Plane Nearin? I?™™™ WAGE-HOUR MEAS ****** O/ United Airliner Plane Nearing Cleveland Port; Fell In Flames Witnesses Said Flames Seen Creeping From One of the Motors CLEVELAND — (UP) — Flames streamed from a motor of a transport plane just before it crashed last night, killing 10 persons, witnesses said today. The plane seemed to explode as it struck the ground and was enveloped instantly in flames. Not until early today, hours after the United Airlines sleeper plane fell out of the sky almost within sight of its destination, were the Cleveland airport workers able to remove the bodies of the seven passeng- ers and three crew members. All were burned beyond recogni- tion. Mysterious Accident The accident was one of the most mysterious of any com- mercial plane crash because it was without a readily asewr tainnble cause. The airport pow-1 er man sighted the plane and r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 May 1938

I H If a-! 1 I + *''}'' :'4f; ?', ' '-•;"r ' ' ' " | ;V ' * 1' * ' * vi w-nrV ''-<•• •• * ^-v j§PjP ■■■■.' ^^1 " _. ■■ / • rV^ :. ■ . ■ '-•■ rv?-\-p' . 'IlflLASk J^<T - i „ -LK«®^'!.«BSPi.:' . p™ ;.***- ' w',! fc mm fhEDIffiSbAY, MAir 2S, WW* j- Threat In ly Homer is Tie In Game Of Thrills Siroeers Make Fine Kftort To Defeat Softball Leaders Sunbeam and Magnolia-Medi co hooked up in a battle last night at City Park with M&M crew coming out on the long end of the core 8 to 5. John Clary, Magnolia third baseman and cleanup hitter, came to bat in the last half of the seventh Inning with two men on base and two outs and slammed a homer into right field to decide the contest. Sunbeam, took a one run lead in the, first inning and held it until the third, when five M&M player# crossed the platter. .The grocers kept plugging away at the offerings of Ma- bry and annexed two runs in the fifth inning. CrowA On Feet They came to bat in the first half of the seventh and as the erow...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 May 1938

M r* 1st in L-d I « ln |tu In I I y, lr> i rtxBl m 23, 1< 5i4jf * i Wi ^ ■ - i-'V'Vf" % T c ■•..■■ wp pfPff? " ■' wMSWIBM Sweetwater reporter, sweetwater, texas *Many Fanners Will Have to >Replant Cotton High Wind and Hail I Accompanies Storm; Singing Next Sunday By MRS. T. J.'STINNETT BUSBY — High winds and Q^iaii accompanied the season's heaviest rain that fell here Saturday. Very little damage resulted, though some cotton will have to be replanted. s Heaviest Rain, Crops Dam age< •singing class to meet sunday BUSBY — The fifth Sunday singing class is to meet Sunday at the Liberty church. Scurry ^ounty is cooperating with Fish- er county in the singing and a large group is expected. Everyone is asked to bring a basket lunch to be spread at the noon hour. busby school closes wednesday BUSBY — A program Wednes- day night is to close the Busby (^school for the 1937-38 term. Roy Skaggs of Abilene is to be commencement spe aker Thursday night for presentation of diplomas. •...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 May 1938

S E * 1 i Btlon «rs. PAGE FOU* SWEETWATER, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1038 George itain Range S«aiP '-•>*-.$> .*• xrvS#* % Q « STORIES IN STAMPS wm ' '•'■ yWwwn wt'iw>> Stoam Cehtep / Czechoslovakia TRY REPORTER CLASSIFIED In those tlnys there tens tut king in Israel; every man iliil that which was right in his own eyes.—Judges 21 ;2>. No man lias a right lo <lo as lie pleases, except when he pleases lo <lo right.—C!, Simmons. WAGES AND HOURS BILL A RETARD TO RECOVERY In spite of the fact that Northern Demo- crats carried the battle to pass the Wages and Hours bill in the House it is interest- ing to read what the New York Times has to say about one feature of the legisla- tion. Says The Times in speaking of the bill: "Comment upon that measure up to now has tended to focus 011 the ques- tion of wage rates to the neglect of the question of hours. And yet it is quite possible that the restriction of work- ing hours at first to forty-four and at the end of two years...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 May 1938

ol I WEDNESDAY, MA* 20, WASH TUBBS AND EASY Bjr Sweetwaterm Own Cartoonist 8o DC Judge and Mrs. R. G> Cww, 001 East Third St* Sweetwater BY ROYSTON 9 Inch r6AW6STBRS—POOF! TH tlOK'T SCARE WE AUV MORE, OtMWIDOy. WE HO HO! MHO'S AFUA1DA FRMJK\E thamk heavens fob that; s«! :NS \ THE COAST * CVEAW. «OVS CNU5M 6U0CK THE EX1TC FRANK1E „ WHEWES THAT fcOW- \ THAT'S LEGCaED DEPUTY SHEWFF/JUST W-WHAT 'WHO'S BEEH HAW6IW6 / I WAS open one for ME TOO. KKX SLAUGHTER? OPEN TW CHAMP^QKIE, 2007 Free Delivery Ice Cream—Magazines Rental Library Books—3 Days 10c Sweetwater Newstand Open 7:30 a. m. to 11:00 p. MJ-\W-Vj0W0ER\N1 AROUND LATELY? X dinwddy, an'— m "You ve Tried the Rest Now Try The Best For Better Results" / (yt Try Charley's / V PACE BROS. FOOD MKT. copr. 1939 ALLEY OOP By HAMJ1F WOMEN'S WEAR all is serene ik) peaceful mootoo yass.' clean 17 am' do 17 quick,too, before 1 bust vou a couple/ say, you long-Mused rummy-wrvn'ch a cleam yer.fisw? dva 'spect me to do everything ? while kinc) OU...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 May 1938

?Jsp£. - ''^PhhBBP ' . .... . M&M *: m 1£ ' m h!] 11 SWEETWATER BFOIflB, SWEETWATER TEXAS m flj£U*Si- ission Study Topics for Baptist Circles ' Regular meetings of circles ■jot (he First Baptist church <w*re held Tuesday morning and Monday afternoon as members assembled for Bible and mis- sion study. * Annie Bagby circle was held In the home of Mrs. Andy Brown with three present. Mrs. J. R. Bryant read a devotional and Mrs. Brown directed the 'study. Mrs. J. Q. Jones is to ■be the next hostess. Mary Alexander circle mem- bers met Tuesday morning at .9:30 at the home of Mrs. R. H. Taylor, chairman, who read the devotional and presided. Mrs. A. P. Radcliffe was study leader. Ten members were present. Mrs. Lloyd McBeth will be the host- ess the second Tuesday of June. Blanche Simpson circle stu- died the book, "Know Your Eible Better" Tuesday morning at the home of Mrs. Guy Mat- theson. Nine members and one visitor were present. Mrs. F. L. Turpin directed the business and Mrs. K...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 May 1938

fWmmmmI ■1#R^ ## PALO V* A' '. ' ■ (government Planes Bomb Mexican Rebel Airdrome > I o Violent Clashes Mark Mexico's . Civil Strife Destruction of Airport Crippled Cedillo's Air i Power, Says Report SAN LUIS POTOSI — (UP)— The revolt of General Saturnino Cedlllo reached new intensity today with violent clashes be- tween his guerrillas and gov- ernment forces. Government airplanes destroy- ed a rebel airdrome at Lei Rucio, "killing many followers" of the outlawed army commander. Re- bels destroyed the village of Yerbabuena, where it was re- ported the majority of residents were slain. Homes were report- ed set afire. , Destruction of the airdrome, government officials asserted, crippled Cedillo's aerial power badly. They believed that the former war lord of San Luis Potosi state had only a few planes and that some of them were destroyed in the raid. o j- 400 Persons Are Killed In Aerial Raid At Alicante More Than 1,000 Injured By Insurgents' Bombs; 200 Unceremoniously Buried ALIC...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 May 1938

j - r'" - mm m TUMBDAY, MAY *, rt 8 Loop Leaders Keep Pace As Indians Advance Kim Twins IX Detroit Make Heavy Smashes if H i if 5 1 Cleveland Climbs To Stronger Position -In American League NEW YORK — (UP) — The Cleveland Indians increased their American League lead to three games as they picked up a full game with a 6-4 victory over; the second-place Boston Red Sox. The third-place New York Yankees lost to Detroit 7-3 and remained four games out of the lead and one away from Boston. The Indians trailed until the seventh when they rallied with four runs and drove Fritz Oster- mueller from the mound. The Sox picked up two runs in the third when Ben Chapman's sin- gle scored Doerr and Ostermuel- ler. The Indians scored one in the same inning. Each scored once in the fourth and the In- dians forged ahead with their big rally in the seventh. Boston scored another in the eighth. Mel Harder pitched for the tribe and gave up seven hits. The Tigers' home run twins— Rudy York and Hank Green-...

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