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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 18 September 1931

FRIDAY MORNING, SfcPTEMBER 18, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THRftf OPEN HOUSF ATTENED BY MORE THAN ONE HUNDRED GROUP VOTES TO COOPERATE IN PI AN TO PUT CAFETERIA JOHN D'S GRAM) DAUGHTER WED COOKING PROBABLY TO BK DONE IN ONE BUILDING Mtirr t tian one hundred persons attended the first meet inn of llie year for the Hurace Minnn Parent- Teachcr association. The occasion was an open house held at the school hiiildliii: Thursday afternoon. Plans being made by the school board and the Parent-Teacher asso- ciations to place cafeterias 111 each school were explained to the Hor- ace Mann croup, which voted its cooperation in making the under- taking a rucccss. If present plans are carried out, a central cafeteria will be placed in the red brick build- ing on the high school campus. Here the food will be prepared and will he taken to the various smaller cafeterias at the ward schools. The first, part ol the hour was de- voted to a sing song program led by Miss Lonia Groom, this being pri- m...

Publication Title: Pampa Morning Post
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 18 September 1931

♦ « «•«<>* *"• V ^*-A«S !.•.)< *'V^>-.. i i I t U I t tVl < S I ! ,tKi iiim . K 4 ( S . , \V\\\\\ \\\ \ - \ % . V \ ' • • • + •* FACE FOUR PAMPA MORNING POST FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 18, 1931. ■if- 4. •i .5 it S ' t / ■' i * n P ji s '*f ■'I' h$ I HARVESTERS MEET OKLAHOMA CITY GRID SOUAD TODAY IS ALL SET TD T LIGHT TEAM MAY HAVE AERIAL ATTACK FOR LOCAL TEAM Th Pampa Harvesters will get their first chance at a class A foot- ball sQUad thU season when they take the field against the Capitol mil Polar Bears of Oklahoma City St 3:30 o'clock this afternoon at Kill Redskins tof Oklahoma Olty team, 22 strong, arrived here early last night by bus. The boys are not big but are supposed to be belter than their size indicates. Modest in his remarks, Coach Jim Lookabeugh of the Redskias said he hoped to give the Harvesters a tough battle. He admitted that he liked the aerial attack and It Is pos- sible the Harvesters will get a chance to test their ability against a team that "t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 18 September 1931

FRIDAY MOftNINC, SEPTEMBER 18, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PACK FIVE Classified Advertising Rates Information All Want Ads are strictly cash uud arc accepted over the phone with the pasilive understanding that the account i.s tc be paid when our collector calls. PHOVE VOIR WANT AD TO 666 or 667 Our courteous ad-taker will receive your Want Ad, helping you word it. All Ads lor "Situation Want- ed," "Lest and Pound" are cash with order and will not be ac- cepted over telephone. Out-of-Town advertising, cash will: older. The News-Post reserves the right to elu&ii'y all Want Ads under appropriate headings and to revise or withhold from pub- lication any copy deemed ob- jectionable. Notice ol any error must be given in time lor correction be- fore second insertion. In case ol any error or an omission in advertising of any nature The News-Post shall not be held liable for damages fur- ther than the amount received for such advei Using. NEWS-POST LOCAL KATE CARD 'EFFEC- TIVE MAY 1. Classi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 18 September 1931

AW'-£>- M §4+4 *ts-*+riH*r% v * , « ,.mv. s«. t"f,W' , , i **v;v, vr;*J*r; .\*r. \ % .•.v. .v.'.,>'m ,Ki,,'^.-.i^.,.,^i,i,«,v v -.- i MOB SIX PAMPA MORNING POST FRIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 18, 1931. I P t (r • I w $- . I I I V?" }' 4$ v k i I | f *2 « . i i ill Hf s id > *• V ■1 * if' II n fe m BMB ISTUflGENHITS— HEARING COMPLETION, I ~ ■ nipiyn IP iiiptii I rn Ume The co"*"1"110" ls thc,ba^ I.ISllL IS IMS III I Mil ot c"r permanent government, ontl UnulIlD III 111(11 fiLLLU It is made up of rules of government ' cJclii.tated by thc mighty hand of expert- the people. "I am only repeating the old. old itcry abcut the niort wonderful o( all documents cxccpt the nook of Life." Mr. Sturgeon coneludcd In re- viewing thc trying dnys In which the constitution was written, sub- f l' Anxious moments were diced by workmen on the city's new water * ell at the 18-lnch casing was lowered to thc bottom of the 420- foot hole. It was at this same stage that the well was almost Jo;t last j ■-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 19 September 1931

GOOD MORNING—We will be glad when the cotton acreage disturbance is settled so people can forget about the depression and try to see who will be the next president. J' \ THE NEW PAMPA FflHtPst Crowing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil unci Wheat Center. PAMPA MORNING POST 7 Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle MORNING EDITION OP THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS VOL. 1, No. 231. (Full AF Leased Wire) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 19, 1931. PRICE PIVE ■II — ■ CEIftl SENATE COTTON BILL DEFEATED SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE COMMITS SUICIDE AFTER RIDE EAST TEXAS ALLOWABLE CRUDE OIL PRODUCTION REDUCED , ♦ m ■:k I I I i f; 'I % INTO EFFECT : $ % m J/.', 'M lijf .£9 7«i JiJ &"% ■ TOhG/tf'Su^eiTY DELEGATES OF THREE STATES WILL KEEP OUTPUT DOWN ILLS CUT 40 BARRELS OOVERNOR STERLING i OIVES STATEMENT ON PRODUCTION AUSTIN, Sept. 18. t/P)~The mil-; road commission late today issued an order reducing the per well al- lowable in the East Texas oil field from 225 to 185 barrels daily. The o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 19 September 1931

♦ * • * v> v ' ' •• • • * %-* • ' 0 w #V />■ //*S+++p't « ? PAGtlXVtt PAMPA MORNING POST SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 19, 1091. HIMESTCre MITHMSH MtASOM* CITY CHEW 25-0 w ..... .......^^M mtuin nifip nrnaiati li il i rrnnp lAiiilTriAJICUCC 1 DAD UJADNCP Tf) Drcill MOIHILL QUID BOST SHOWS UP puLr FOR LBACK PLACE ON HARVESTERS fe IIUUIY IHOARE Mm-M hirta Editor The Painpa High School Harvest- er line remains unerased this sea- Uw green and gold clad • ml ware yesterday - , HcrvMUr park when UM Redskins (ram Okla- Jiflttp held then to ate points In the first half. The Harvesters snapped out of it in the second half to win the game 25 to 0. ~ "te and penalties marked half of the game but the ' 'lad to nake gain* after the breaks. The last 60RILLIS HI PUN CLMJDE ELEVEN TODDY Coach W O. Workman and his Gorilla football tedte will lea** here at «*■ today for Claude where they nveetthe^aude Mustangs at 3:10 o'clock. Claude is supposed to have ft fast team this season and Coach Workman ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 19 September 1931

SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THM* VARIED CHURCH ACTIVITIES ANNOUNCED FOR SUNDAY CANNING DONE FOR BOARD BY LEGION WOMEN Seven members of the. American Legion auxiliary spent Thursday canning 98 cans of tomatoes and apples to be used for the needy of the city through the Welfare Board. Those doing the work were Mes- dames A1 Lawson, W. J. Murphy, W. M. Voyles, D. E. Cecil, William Paler, Ray Anderson, and E. D. Smith. Miss Myrtle Miller, coun- ty home demonstration agent, di- rected the canning. At a regular meeting of the aux- iliary Thursday evening, it was de- cided to give away a beautiful dou- ble wedding ring quilt Nov. 11. This quilt will be on display at the L. T. Hill store Oct. 1. Arthur dough, who is in the national soldiers' hospital in Kan- sas, was "adopted" by the auxil- iary. He will be sent magazines and tobacco this month and will be remembered on Christmas, on his birthday, and on other special days. Those at the meeting were Mm* dam...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 19 September 1931

BV**-f * *W> *y 'S\V, *,WW f*.V* <s <•' ;;;;;;; ; ;;; ; ; PACE POUR PAM.PA MORNING POST SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 19, 1931. Momlitf Bdltiow of um rimn Daily New* THE pMpA MORfilNG POST MEMBER op Tin AflBOOIATBD PRESS—Full Lease*d Win Published rnomingi except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Warrsn Publishing company. 322 West Poster, Pampa. Tr rexas. DAVID U. WARREN .. Oeneral Manager R. 8. (BOB) BRA8HBAR8 Business Manager OL1N E. HINKLE Managing Editor PHILIP R. POND. Advertising Manager entitled to the use for publication — not otherwise credited ]n thia The Associated Praia la exclusively am of all naps dupatohes credited to « i «««[ ■. aw.™. • paper and also the local news published herein. 411 rights for ra- publication of special dispatches herein also are reserved. Entered as second-class matter October 1, 1W0 at the post offloe at pampa. Texas, under the Act of March I. H7i •rases? e PAMPA MORN >N RATES ~JRlPTION to die PAMPA MORNInorwt In Combination with _ PAMP...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 22 September 1931

J Till? NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. GOOD MORNING—Governor Long is a man of mighty (phoney) suggestions, but we doubt that he can curtail the sowing of "wild oats." "V. TP* A -m * -m W ^ -TT-% T T\ S PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle VOL. 1, No. 232. (Full AP Leased Wire) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 22, 1931. (4 Pafes) MORNING EMWON Ot THE * PAMPA DAILY NEWS _ r —I PRICE FIVE CIHT1 COTTON REDUCTION BILL PASSED U.S. VIEWS SITUATION IN MANCHURIA AS SEVERE -— (ARMY TO ACCOMPANY VETERINARIANS TESTING UIW ~~ " T! L GREAT MAN OF THE EAST Foreign Fliers Picked Up In Wrecked Plane PREPARES TO i governor acts after 20ft farmers chase testers j FIGHT BEGUN IN MARCH \ i (farmers throw mud and smash car windows DKS MOINEo. ia. Sept. 21. i/l'i Orders wm Lssuwl tonight by Ad- j Jutant General \V. II. Bailey for the Mobilization of between 1,500 and 2,000 troops who will be sent , to Cedar county where ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 22 September 1931

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 22 September 1931

§ • TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 22, 1W1. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREt CLUB PRESIDENTS ARE TO BE GUESTS THIS MORNING Funeral Services Held for Former Pampan Recently Funeral services for Marlon N. Vickers were held at tbe Rector church In ThompsonvUle, 111., Sept. 12, according to word received yes- terday afternoon by the NEWS- POST. Mr. Viclcers and his children. Vivian and La Verne, are formerly of Pampa. Mr. Vickers was born near •Broughtoo. 111., June 23, 1884, and was married to Miss Eveline Tate in 1912. Hia wife preceded him ir death in October, 1918. corns club is to have dance Invitations are being received for the Comus club dance, which will I be held at the Schneider hotel Fri- day evening from 9 to 12 o'clock. The entertainment is for the bene- > fit of the Pampa music week fund.' Jerry Coopers orchestra will fur- nish the music. Besides the children, ne Is sur- vived by one sister, Mi's. Zona Linn of Kane, Illinois; two brothers, E. R. Vickers of Selma, Ark., and Wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 22 September 1931

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 23 September 1931

GOOD MORNING—Bill Murran matt be inconsistent in for/jetting his dollar oil ultimatum, but you cannot expect a presidential candidate to be consistent. "V. THE NEW I'AMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat . Center. _ c PAMPA MORNING POST MORNING EDITION OF THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle VOL. 1, No. 233. (Full AP LeaBed Wire) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1931. ( 6 Pages) PRICE FIVE CENTS m : <V x) us W,\ « ' y';^ m.v. : S 1 ' J) ■ssm ■ ■M (CLYDE CARUTH WINS 4TH IN MASTER DAIRY CONTEST WIFE SHOOTS WOMAN TO DEATH PLACES HIGH IN FIRST YEAR CONTEST ('IA)SEST IN' HISTORY; PRIZES ) AWARDED KENT SPONSORS ENTRY UNJUST COI ' v| .'. A ■ - V IFOl'lt P()1 NTS BETWEEN ■tn SECOND AND FOURTH PLACES L't --5 Clyde Caruth, dairy farinrr of Laketon, won fonrtli place In the Master Dairy Farmers content, ac cording tn result.s announced last night at, a banquet given in con- nection wilh the Trl-Slatc fair at Amarillo ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 23 September 1931

i —~ PAGE TWO \A*V "v "\ ••VWA' *V > •' ' ♦ i ROGERS LEARNS NEW THICKS IN LATEST MOVIE Rf Maybe an ola (log cannot be taught new tricks, but tbere is no lav that prevents turn from adopt- ing them. Tfcu tu convincingly demonstrat- ed |0 WW Roger* during the lllm- inf of "Young As You Feel." his . latfft Marring picture lor Fox films. nSSTat the La Nora, theater, and in which the popular comedian por- tray, a modern, well-dressed man. For the first time in his long stage or screen career, Rogers was called upon to wear his hair nicely combed. After the first sequences of the film were made, with Rogers in the role of an old-fashioned, crochety let-ln-hw way widower, Praiii. Bornge. the director, notified his star that filming of the dretaed-up would begin the next day. following morutng, Rogers ap- pegced osi the set in a neatly tail- ored dress suit, with pearl-headed I I . I <? f ■kr I I I I I f f: • ; f| | I ! 4 1 i/' r i i ' v P I \ : tl MmMIM By KOUBIX COONS HOLLYWOOD — Ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 23 September 1931

Wednesday morning, September 23, 1931. pampa morning post PAGE TftHEl PRAYER WEEK IS OBSERVED BY BAPTIST WOMEN HERE LUNCHEON TO j OE SERVED HI LOCAL CHURCH Week ..." prayer, observed by Bap- tist Women's missionary societies j throughout Texas this week, is meanirig increased prayer services for local women. The Central Baptist w. M. s. will have an ail-day meeting beginning; this morning at 10 o'clock at the . church. Bach woman will bring a 1 f covfc'red dish, and luncheon will be served at noon. First Baptist members are devot- ing most of their attention to the coming revival meeting. Women arc asked to observe silent prayer each morning at 0 o'clock in their homes, and the men arc holding several prayer gatherings at the church. This evening a prayer meeting is to be held for the entire church. Central Baptists have announced today's program as follows: 8ong. Jesus Calls Us. Devotional, Mrs. Ray rt. Hungate. Message from Dr. w. R. White, read by Mrs. G. C. Stark Talk, The Bapti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 23 September 1931

MOB POUR PAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1MK M w v 1 I V ' 5-J MACK MEN WIN 105TH SEASON GAME TO SET NEW RECORD T BRUSHING UP IN SPORTS By Laufer ATHLETICS BEST 1929 RECORD OF 104 GAMES PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 22. m— The piiiladelphla Athletics set a new record (or Mock pennant win- ners when they beat the Detroit Tigers 8 to 8 today and registered their 196th victory of the season. The highest number of any of the previous Athletics teams won in u season waa 104, a mark reached oy the 1929 combination. Jimmy Foxx hit his 30th homer of the year with two on bases in the first Inning to give the cham- pions three of the runs that gave them a 4 to 0 start. AB R DETROIT Johnson, rf .. Gehringer, 2b If Alexander, lb O. Waljker, cf xUhle Sullivan, p ... Koenlg, p Totals .40 6 15 24 12 0 xBatted for Herring in 4th. AB 1 1 2 3 3 PHILADELPHIA Bishop, 2b McNair. 2b Haas, cf Palmiaona, c ... Simmons, if ... Finney, If 0 2 2 4 4 4 p 2 P 1 Foxx, lb Todt, lb Miller, rf Dykes, 3b R...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 23 September 1931

WEDNESDAY muhmnti btKl'ttvil'hu 23, I 3t. PANIPA MORNING POST PAGE FIY? ucueou at me onurcn ler, Ml.-. F. EwMMBeL'Cli, t program witli 8 • iftutk- , on Getting 4u$iiilinled ms. LEECH, 1$ OIHEC OF PROGRAM Busing their discussion on articles troni Royal Service, members ol the First Baptist Woman's Missionary society gave interesting talks on Christ lor AlriL* following a 1 o'clock lunclieon at the church Monday. The leader, opened the board talk With Africa. A devotional by Mrs L. H. Greene followed. " A talk by Mrs. W. B. Murphy, The Light That Went Oui, was fol- lowed with a song, Send the Liglil, by tlie entire group. Mrs. E. E. Gallin spoke on Souih- 1 em Baptist Lights in Africa, and Mrs. Baker Henry used as-her sub- ject, Unseen Stones. Mrs. Leech read u letter (torn Mrs. B. L. Lockett, missionary in Africa. MVs. Lockett and her husband, Or. Lockett, medical missionary, claim Abilene as their home. A song, Ready to Go, and. pruyer Lawn Party Given At tiaptist Church A lively pa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 23 September 1931

'vwvwwrf^/f//vw i, N M*. >>■% >*N v N "S^ V\\N> V> \ s s PAGE. SIX PAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1931. I I u klornlni Edition of ihe pinpi Daily Nova r THE PAMPA MORNING POST ftOBMMBt OP Tin ASSOCIATED PRESS—Pull Leased Wire Wted moralnga except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Warren Publishing company. 322 West Foster. Pampa, Texas. DAVID M. WARREN R a (BOB) BRASHEARS. OLIN E. HINKLB OWN PHILI P R. POND. General Manager ....Business Manager Managing Editor Advertising Manager The Aaaorlated Press Is exclusively entitled to the um for publication of all news dlspatrhes credited to or not otherwise credited In thla paper and also the local news published herein. All rights for re- publication of special dkoatches herein also are reserved Entered as second-class matter October I, IBM at the post office at tamps, mas under the Act of March s. tut. RVRftmrriON RATES By Carrier la Pampa •DBfeCRIPTlON to the I'AMPA MORNINO POST In Combination with THE PA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 24 September 1931

«.) It) % m/: THE NEW PAII PA Fastest Growing City In Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. GOOD MORNING^—Perhaps the Legion Unemployment commission got the idea of legaiizing beer making while across the line in Canada, . . ix'.aL. *' ... '• ' Wi*"*. ' "V. PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle '' • :.v .flkvs.' ■i ' <,.*$ morning minnow t.- 1 dP'THiji- rA«i#A Aa*' HBwtf 'OL. 1, No. 234. (Full AP Leased Wire) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 24, 1931. JAPS KILL XCHANGE IN BUOYANT SESSION AS STOCKS SOAR fRKB FIVE (4 Paget) «■ EGION FAVORS LIQUOR REFERENDUM SALVAGED: HOUSE FROM FORTUNE UNTO Mat m is nsi IN RESOLUTION Sponsors argue many would employed that be BONUSjmSIILS jnemployment group recommends ijjg.al beer DETROIT, Sept. 23. {/fy-Vro- Ihibltlon pushed it* way >t# the front in (lie American lutfUtn na- tion ! convention today in two forme. «« The U|ion was asked tp .con- sider advocacy, of legalisation or beer as a mean* of rel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 24 September 1931

IS POMD NIFF HUMUS Ml 1MBT 14-10 KICTWY • - By Lanfer f ?3 l>';.v $ -S-:„ ' r Tp J* put BilK4<ai K| ..NJ&S&T* ;w ■HI BUFF PITCHERS HIT FOR 23 BINGLBB JPAV. WILSON, 33. on — (our Hons- 33 hits today to wta the Dixie series, the eoaat in for connected tor two for the Buffs. The __ for the flu striae ABRRO .5180 pv ^ ^ f Si )i to It M 13 <.«« PAMPA MdfcNfNC *OST THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 24, 1931. A / . d a . u n t> 14 raw, oiroy. Taylor, no, vtateh SStyh to OM tol on Me, Houston Out. to 1. by aWlkup 1. oft: by Vic >. Bntn hlU and 7 Payne to >1-3 Innings, ta,T' 4 MU ttid off WaliStoTii to pltsWr, Pbyne. Win- pitcher, Shoaf. Wild (HUSH, T ■league Yesterday! Play TWtay CATCHfeWS MICKEY COCHRANE of tho Athletics, probably the greatest catcher of all tlmi, flit tho cttll over Jimmy Wilson Of the Cardinals. Coeh- rano is tho dynamo of Connie Mack's baseball machine. He fs a ±£££&!l3&Sfe-^iStrE S* jfc, i".t catch«n in th. National Ltagua, but fan, HortdfCe...

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