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AFTER EASTER SPECIALS
You can't keep a reputation by merely living
up to it. ?ccasioiia?y youliave to exceed it.
Qur Ready-to-|vVear department, "one flight
up," long ago earned a reputation for Ready
to-Wear styles more distinctive than others
are able to assemble and prices lower than
others can quote-style and quality consider
ed. We are ready for you with
New Palm Beach
Suits For Ladies
-genuine Palm Beach ma
KEEP KOOL SUITS
NEW SPORT SKIRTS
-in Taffeta, the kind commonly sold here
abouts at #10*00 our price
\n? every day you Vvlll lind something special here, not on
ly in our ready-to-wear department, but throughout the Bee
Hive. Everything that men, women and children wear at
money saving prices.
When you take your trip this summer be sure ?'ind
supply yourself with K. N. & K. Traveler's Checks. j
Cashed every where; your signature is*your iden
tjlicaticm; if lost no one esccan get them cashed;
and the cost is very small.
K. N.and K. Traveler's Checks arc for sale at
Peoples Bank of Anderson
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The style of Hamburgers' Suits, is in the
designing-not in the pictures. The
workmanship is in the tailoring-rnot in
. . the talk. .The quality is in the materials
. --ifot in the convt?sation. They're put
* Where they belong!
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You know it!
And you know,%too, that history has
never seen a^time when it was"so essential j
to buy at the right store as it is today.
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. Other Good Suite at $1(M>0
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WENT 17 II
A TIE HEB
. - i
Nettly 1500 Fan? Saw Hard
Fought Pitcher*.' Duel at Cn?
ter'? Park-Long and Mose
ley Twirled in Splen
. A pitchers' duri between I.ong uncl
Moseley at Caters' field yesterday af
ternoon lasted 17 innings and result
ed in a tfo between Clem son and
Furman, play being called at 7
o'clock because of darkness. A crowd
estimated at 1,200 was on band to
root for their favorites, and from a
point of excitement tho game was.
easily the most enthusiastic athletic
event ever staged in Anderson. |
.ioth pitchers aro duo much cre
dit. At times -Che fielding was rath
er erratic, and in tho last half of the
3<2th inning Moseley found himself
in a Jholo from which ho barely ex
tracted himself. A clean drive, a
sacrifice, a fluke hit and a baso on
balls filled tho bases ia this round
and the Clemson rooters went wild.
Moseley showed tho stuff he was
made of, though, by walking Clem
son's best bitter, Anderson, after he ?
had fanned Long, and au easy ground- j
er to second 'base retired the side. I
- First Inning.
Ca'n was walked. Brown went to
first on a fielder's choice. Cain go
ing to second. Mobley was Bale at'
first on a fielder's choice. Brown
being forced at second. Mobley went
to th.'rd on Wingo's long drive, bu',
made tho third out when ho attempt
ed to steal home, the play being
nvado pitcher to catcher. Win;;o'
was left on seconds After this in
ning Long v.as never in danger of
being scored on. One hit; no runs.
Anderson lcd off with an easy
grounder to third, going out at first.
Major fanned. Parker was safe on
shortstop's error, but was^ left on
first when Harris fanned. No hits,
Hughes' walked, and took second
when Joncr went out short -to t'rst.
.He was caught napping at second.
Boyd fanned. No hits; no runs.
Martin hit a hot ono to short and
was safe on a slow throw to first.
McMillan, James and Jordan fanned
In tapld succession. Moseley's
speed was terrflc, and ho waB work- j
lng a faf>t outshoot which seemed to!
puzzle the Tiger batsmen. One hit: j
Third Inning. |
Wilson fanned. Moseley went out
short to first. Cain hit safely to
center.' Brown walked. Moseley
flied out to th.'ni. .One hit; no runs.
. Long fannod. Anderson hit a hot
ono past third .base. Major was giv
en a hit when third was unable to
handle a fierce drive. The bases |
were filled when Parker pa&sed four I
bad onos. Harris .flied out to cen-'
tur fi old. Martin retired tho side
with an easy ono to the pitcher. Two
hits; no runs.
Wingo was safe when first dropped
tho ball. Hughes fanned after hav
ing his finger - split open when hit
by pitcher, and Jeter relieved hint at
. third babe. Jones fanned. Boyd
went out third to first. No hits; no
McMillan ?Arove an 'easy ono to
first and was out. .James- fanned.
Jordan /was safo -when- conterfiold
dropped a high^one. Tho -wind seem
ed t? bother the fielder. I.?ong fan
ned. No hits; no runs. ?
Wilson swung wide of three fast
ones and. went to the beuch. Mose
ley went out third to first. Cain
went to first -when hit by pitcher.
Brown' ?went out second -to first. No
hits; no runs. . v .'
Anderson was out short to first.
Major popped out to third. Parker
ball o a ed to right. No hits; no runs.
- Sixth Inning.
. Mobley .popped oui to catcher Win
go was safe when first dropped the
ball. Jeter and Jones fanned. No
bits',' no runs.
.Harris flied out to left. Martlu
popped out to4 first. McMillan: went
out pitcher to first. No bits; no runs.
Boyd went out pincher to first. Wil
son il lcd out to short. 'Moseley filed j
out td left. No bits; no runt?. '
James popped out to third. Jordan
wont out abort to; first. Long fan
ned for the third consecutive time.
No hits; no runs.
Cain 'went out third to first. Brown,
hit an easy, one to second, going out
at first. Mobley fited out to right;
No hits; no runs. ?
Anderson went out pitcher to
vfirst. ' MiJoT filed out to right. Par
ker was out second to first. Ko hits;
Wingo hit an essy one.to first .end
was out. Joter flied out to right.
Furman fans cheered. vociferously
when JoneB tsit safo r>ast first. Ho
went out, though, on an attempt to
steal second. Harris majdns a. beau
tiful pc?. One hit, no runs.
.Both Clemson -players and rooters
were excited in the last of tho. 9th
.and .'the din -i.as terrific. Kwris.
popped' oat to thlrdi Jeter got*.* Into
the W'jachers to get the ball, iartio
bit Bale oast third and went to sec
ond on MoMUlaa's* sacrifice, pitcher
to first. James blasted the hopes
of tho rooters by fanning. Ono hit,
ao runs. .
.' Boyd fanned. Wilson wea> ..out
third to first and was followed by
Moseley, .who weals ont second to
first. No hltH; no runs.
Jordan was out to first unassist
^ed. l<ong pupped out tu pitcher'. An
derson hit u? Bcrcaiuor over center
I flold'tf lieud, thu bail gouig into thc
crowds -congregated in that HCc4ioii of
the field. He v.as put out nttempi
ing to steal third. Olio lilt; no
i QalQ got a hit past short and took
second on. Brown's sacrifice, pitcher
lo first. Cain was left on second
When 'MoWey flied ou' lo center and
was followed by Wingo with an easy
ono to right. One hit, no runs.
Major 8lugied over second. and
was nd vaned, by Parkr's sacrifice,
pitcher to first. Harris went out
second to "first. Martin fanned. One
hit; no runs.
Joter popped out to se::ond.. Jones
went ont. pitcher lo first. lloyd
tanned. Nc- hits; no !un>.
McMillan mingled past first. Janies
brat oqt a slow oi\v past Ibo pilcher,
McMillan .hoing sato at second. Both
runners advanced .on Jordan's sacri
fice, pitcher to first. Long fanned.
Anderson carno up ?md was- given
four bad ones after Coach Lival con
ferred with tho catcher. Major
went out second to firs.t, much to tin:
relief of the Fumina rooters; Twc
hits; no runs.
Wilson popped out lo third.' An
j derson made a splendid running
catch of Moseley's long drive inte
?deep right. Cain went out third ti
firs:. Nb hilts; no runs,
j Parker singled past second base,
Ho took second on Harris' sacrifice
j who went out pitcher tb first. Marth
walked. McMillan and .lames fun
ned, retiring thc side. One hil; nt
?Brown was safo when short fuinb)
I ed bis slow grounder. Mobley filet
I out to right, who threw to first bm
caught Brown In a double play. Win
go ballooned to right. Ander&oi
took every opportunity in right. Ni
hits; no runs.
Jordan went out pitcher to first
Long popped out lo first. Andcrso
waa safe at first when left fi?le
dropped hit* high fly. Major poppe
out to second. No hits; no runs.
Joter flied out to right. Jone
went out third to first, lloyd wa
out to first unassisted. No bits; n
Parker was out second to first
Harris fanned. Martin went 01
short to flrs?. No hits; no runs.
, . gjxtoeitth Inning.
Wilson tiled out to left. Mosaic
and Cain both fanned. . No bitty; n
: McMillan went out second to frs
James popped'fc\it: to; catcher. Jo
dan fanned. Nu'iii^; no runs.
Brown singled past second, bl
was out catcher |o second when 1
attempted to steal. Mobley singh
past tiilrd and likewise went oat i
secoud on Harris' unerc'ng peg, ?.ho
takln?* tho throw. Wingo.. was sa
,wh' ?nteificltl'tlropped bis hlj
fly 'oter went but pitcher to firs
No .?its; no runs..". '
Long doubled to editor. Ho we
to,llilrd( on tho play when ?nderst
went out short lo first.'Major po
ped out to third. Purker flied o
to right. Ont hit, no mus. llmpi
Bailey called the game on account
darkness. lt . !
The box Beoro:
?K in son.
AB B H PO A
Anderson, rf A .. v.7, ) 0 2 7 1
Major, 2b_ .. ..7 0 2 5 3
Parker, 3b 6 0 1 2 8*
Harris, c.. .. ...'.6' (r 0 Ll 3
Martin, cf.. .. ....6 0 2 1 0
McMillan, ss.. ..;..6 O L :t 2
James, lb....7. 0 1 18 0
Jcrdau, If.. -.fi.-,0 0 2 0
Long; p... .... .. . .7 0 1 0 G
Totals'.. ' '.. :.'".'.58 0 10. 51 23
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The Beauty Chorus of *he Cal
? '. Andera.
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NIGHT GREAT SUCCESS
CROWD ATTENDING ESTI
MATED AT APPROXI
DANCED IN STREET
Asphalt Paving Made an Excel*
lent Dancing Surface and
There Was Plenty of
Mm open air entertainment niven
last night at tho Intersection ol Me
Duflle and Calhoun st reeta for Wie
Clemson cadets was a grand success,
tin? crowd early in tho night bein?
estimated at 1,000, However, men?
of these wero spvetatoi-s and mun
Iwrs of them lon about io o'clock.
Tho dancing continued until ll
Karly yesterday afternoon sections
of Calhoun and McDiililc streets wjpre
roped off st> as to prevent traffic In
them. They wer? thoroughly cleans
ed' by tho city street denn riment find
corn moni was then .-sprinkle 1 on the
surface. This inado tho asphalt an
cxeeMont dancing surface.
This waa tho flrtit dance to be giv- i
cn on the asphalt paving and many
people attended just hp? :.'??'? of thc
novelty of the thing. However, the
majority of them were there to wel
come tho cadete and to nsuist in giv
ing them a good time. Cadets wore
everywhere, at leat'l two-thirds or
them being present.
Kefreshmeuits, consisting of cuke
and nectar, wero served on 'bc vac
ant lot on tho corner of Orr on vii lo
und North JlcDuffle streets by com
mittees of ladles.
A noticeable feature of the occas
ion was the number of out-of-town
visitors present. There were sev
eral young ladlee and young men
from. Williamston, Pendleton. and
other ? nearby towns. These danced
.and added much to thc plcasuro of
Mrs. Robert LIgon, ns chairman of
I tho committee, and all of the ladies
I who assisted in making tho dnnco a
Bttccess. aro to bo congratulated. It
was a splendid affair, no tonly enjoy
. cd by the cadets and tho young lad
! les, but by tho people generally of
On Friday si ght there will be a re
ception given in tho vacant store
rooms of tho Anderson theatro end
in the hall above. This will be in thc
nature of n farewell roceptiou to thc
cadets ami is ti udor ( lie auuervieion
of -Mrs. Albert S. Farmer.'
Get to know and read Intelli
gencer Want Ads and you will
scon see they will save you many
a dollar and get you what you
want at thc same time.
1-'ii rm an.
Cain. If.f> 0,2 1 0 1
I Brown, c. .fi o i ii? o o
? Mobloy, cf.. .. ... .7 ? l l 0 1
Wlngo, 2b.7 0 I 1 t? 0
? Hughes', Sb.I 0 0.01 0
I Jone?, rr. .0 0 '1 2 fl 0
Boyd. tb...... .'...? 0 0 22 0 0
Wilson, HS.?6 0 0 0 1
Moseley, p.t? 0 0 1 8 0
Jeten Kb.'. .fi 0 0 4 0 , 0
Totals.. .. .-. ..til 0 C 5.1 18 a
Summary:' . Two . base hits, Wlngo.
! Anderson, f<oug; ibuso on balls off
? Long 3, .off Moseley it; sacrifice hit?,
I Parker, "Harris, Mc.Millian Jordon,
j Hrown;" left ou ba^cs denison 12,
I Purman 6; hit by- pitched ball, Cain;
i.hitB off Jjong 0, off Moseley 10; etrack
j out. hy-Long 12. by Moseley 18. Uw
plro Hailey. Time cf gume !l:f?6/?
. ' -; :i>- -"ri'
This store hus solved thc problem
of (lie low cosl of stylish dressing
for women and misses, by ottering
them tremendous assortments of up
to-the-minute stylish Spring apparel
at prices so'low that women of thc
most modest means can alford to bc
at all times correctly attired.
We arc especially
well prepared to
take care of your.
In all these lines wc have received many new things within last
few days and will appreciate the opportunity of showing you.
M. S. NIMM?NS
Next to Parker & Bolt'?
The Anderson County Mutual Fire Insurance Co.
J. J. HR! ITU, President and Treasurer J. J. MAJOR Vice President
. ' JOHN A, MAJOR, Secretary
ANDERSON, S. C.
THIS IS A HOME COMPANY
Call and see us at Peoples Bank