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MONDAY, MARCH 11, 1118.
WlMDStUUUJ J UASH-darkest Stuck U
the alt et lowest twioen; machinery
; (Of grinding ud puttshlng the W.
" we make them tit: give us a oaiL Ja.
aquare. Ualn vm. .tl
. Phone Hemlock 880.
Ford car.
pott BALES At bargain If taken at once.
1817 Ford touring cart also WW Ford
touring car, four Overland ear nve
passenger. All In good condition. Bee.
us if you are thinking of buying, or
"all Hemlock 103 or 1294. Hemlock
Oarage. Mm'Mi
FOR BALES We have wrerftl Ford
form-a-trucke ranging front $17 ao. .
All are In good condition, and demon-'
etratlon will be given. Hart's Oarage.
Cheat nut at Eighth.
FOR BALES A Ford Murine car, prac
tically new: wiU sell cheap; good rea
son for selling. Call Main l75. 14
; Mltchel avenue. 25-nWl
Remarkable, display of reconstructed,
reflnlshed and repainted used cars. These
oars will be sold at prices that will make
you a first-class-car owner at little ex-
peLook Over this listthen eome In and
podge touring eafi late model..... tBOa.OO
Ford touring car, 1917 model 860.00
Studebaker seven-passenger, al-
most new . JMUW
Overland touring car 809 02
Premier touring car .. 600.00
Hudson 7-passenger touring car.. 800.00
1-ton truck 800.00
S-ton Republic truck (almost new) 900.00
1-ton truck- 600.00
inspections allowed. Uberal terms
124 Market Street
FOR SALE New Ford five-passenger;
late model; never used. Price $500.
Phona Main 1900. 25-tf
FOR- SALE Cheap, four-cylinder 'Hen
derson motorcycle. Terrell Electrical
Co. , 6-13
FOR BALES My alt-cylinder, three
passenger Studebaker roadster; first
class condition. C. D. Richmond. Main
1418. 25-15
FOR BALES National roadster. 1160
takes this car. Just been overhauled:'
has good tires and eleotrlc lights: j
would make rood truck. Call Mali.
2247. 25-tl
FOR SALE Seven-passenger, Stude
baker; Just the car for rent service
Main 256. 26-11 !
I c SMITH ft BRO typewriters. 17 to.
7th st Mala 6896. 11-tf
Bring or mail your
fat the best finishing house in the city,
10 East Kieventh Street, Chattanooga,
tTtn T.EASm Ow!n to other business
that snken my time, I am desirous of
leasing the old reliable Bhea Springs
property. Address D. W. Hughes,
"city. ' 12-13
MAIN 1881 OR IrEMLOCK 1882.
We nnck or crate ahythtng In the fur
nit ure line, suitable for transportation or
storage any place. Our prices are right;
cur work guaranteed. What more car.
you ask? Give us a chance to prove our
claim. iz-m-T
Montesgle. Tenn.. Fph. 18. 1918.
929 Market St.
Chattanooga, Tenn,
Dear firs I received my pictures,
think they are fine. Never had better
work done in my life. Thanking you for
your good work and promptness, I re
main, respectfully, Mrs. H, J. Custer.
CIVIL WAR- veterans and widows, vol.
unteers and regulars; war with Spain.
Philippine Islands and China. Allow.
ances for wives, children, mothers and
others. Dependents In preient world
war for democracy, file applications at
.once: no attorney's fees. 817 Georpln
avenue. Main Ki. 12. tf
FOR RENT Automobiles
FOR HIRE Seven-basaonrer oar. driven
by lady; catering especially to ladles
, deslrlna; to make trips to and from
the post. Phone Main 636(1. 4-m-22
-' - ,
FOR RENT Miscellaneous
X)Tl RENT 100-acre farm, McDonald,
Tenn.; house, barn, fruit, Rood water;
IfO cash for season. Address H. R.,
care News. 4-11
VONEI TO LOAN On Improved real
estate in city limits. W. B. Swanev,
606 James Bldg. 28-f.iS
-T&M, WHERE 15 OUeZ-
Bookkcepbr? he vwsrrr
Nott TopaS - prrreft see
Of4 HlM-
i r
u rest
i iij. i i i tr cv-n i
mr'M i v. u i i -J
WB BUY and pa v highest
spot cash prices tor second
hand furniture and tstoveB.
Dicks Furniture (w-429
Market St - Main 2933.
WANTED Team and woodcutters Vfor
one, year, fifteen miles from Vhatta-oooga-
houses for rent at 3 per
month, with plenty of space for gar
den and chickens; wltl pat J1.I& per
cord for culling, rme opportunity to
spend the aummer In the country. Ad
dress phone Hemlock 1965. -tt
WANTED Repairing or sewing Tna
chlnes by Spencer, the expert. Ul Bast
Seventh atreeU Main 411. 14-tf
WANTED To collect your old accounts.
notes, bad. Checks, reni diub.
ikMNtlulnn hunt. All costs
paid by Us. Out-of-town collections our
i specialty. Ask for terms. P. ! O. Box
, 16, Station A. city. . 14-rn-15
WANTED To exchange a grood-slse
, farm, good building, a Well and two
prlngs, for suburban cottage. Answer
Quick. Address Farm, Care News. 14-13
WANTED To ee irou If fx.hvn a
- piano to dlRpQse of. Templemin Piano
Co.. 72S Market street. 14-tf
WANTED Furnished apartment, three
or four rooms, doss In. Address Apart
ment, Care News. 14-m-l
WANTED If you have any carpenter ar
repair work, screening, changing of
window or doors, why not have an
expert for this work? Drop me a card.
1609 East Eighteenth street S. T.
Vlckery. 14-12
WANTED To buy 1917, Ford; Will pay
highest cash price. Call Hemlock 1039.
WANTED To buy automobile; must be
cheap. Address Liansrora, su. East
Sixth street. 14-14
WANTED If you want M sell your
piano see Templeman's. 723 Market
Btreet - 14-tf
, urn
iP ".WANTED Five good Beam-
pwenorn V" irnu,T-iw-n rni , n ssj nine
work out. Apply 114 East Ninth street.
WANTED To deliver well-rotted wood
manure, 61.75 per load; fine for gsrdens
and flower beds. Let us do your plow
ins and draying. Call Hemlock infill.
WANTED Single-phase motor, from one
to three horsepower; must be In first
class running order. 426 Market street.
WANTED A young man as partner In
a piodtable business, who can Invest
J51D and help run the business: $300 to
$500 prr mcnth protlt in the business.
Address P. O Box 206, Chattanooga.
WANTED Clocks, all kinds, cleaned, re
paired, regulated; guaranteed; railed
for and delivered anywhere. Watch
and Jewelry repairing. Main 1132. 113
East Eighth. ,
WANTED A rood white middle-aped
marj for night Janitor; reference. Ad
dress "C." care News. 14.se
orHSs tacks and pl Iron, then drink
delicious Panpepsln at all fountains and
feel bully. Jo Anderson, druRfflst. 14.tf
PLANTS Frost-proof cabbage plants, all
varieties; 1,000, 2.60; 10,000 and over.
1 2. Genuine Nancy tlnll and Porto Rico
potaio sprouts, $4 per housand; 10.000
and over. $11.60. All varieties tomato,
eptf and pepper plants. Write for prices
and special assortment of plants for
small gardens. Enterprise Co., Inc.,
Sumter, S. C. io-lf
MRBAfll! PI.IMT.nr. I h.m.
V!u f ready to ship; Early Jersey and i
flat Dutch; by express, 1,000 at 12;
6,000 at $1.76; 10.000 and over at $1 R0
parcH post, 600 for $1.S0; J.nno for 2.60.
E. E. Parker Plant Co., Tifton, Oa.
All popular varieties. W. IT. Loslv A
Co.. corner Cowart and West .Thir
teenth streets, Chsttanooga. 6-7-f
SEED POTATOES-10.000 bushels seed
potatoes Maine to California, all va
rieties. XV. If. lHwly & Co., corner
Cowart ami West Thirteenth streets.
Chattanooga. j,jf
LoSt An ear screw. Phone MaltTW
LOST On Main street, or outgoing
Chicknmauga park car, lady's pink
cameo rinp, 8nturday evening between
4 and t o'clock. Finder please return
to owner and get reward. Mrs. T. It I
fcmlth, Iloute 2, ItOssvlla, Oa. 1-li
LOST Between Virginia spsrtments and
ErlnnRer hospital, watch bracelet; oc
tagon shape, cold face; liberal reward.
Phone or call II. A, Clarke, T. H. I
Payne Co.
LOST Pundny about noon, near bridge
on Dutchtown road, Mlsnlon ridge,
brown silk bng containing key and
about $2.60. I'hons Hemlock 9iil. l-li
LOST Friday, package of blus rlbhnn.
between Read house and Lovemans.
Reward. I'hons Main 4680. l-n
Tms is A
job I have. t0
Vou JsaLe.
Garden tools that will make your gar
dening a real pleasure. Also all kinds of
wire to protect It ,
6tovw.ll Hardware Company.
tOt Market street. Fhone Main 6700.
Boreen doors, windows and screen wire
Just received. Buy early and save
worry. We have a very large assort
ment. Stovall Hardware Company.
90S Market street Phone Main 6700.
Corn stick eakepana and muffin rings
will make meal better than Dour and our
government s requlrenemts easy, eee US.
Stovall Hardware Company.
90S Market street Phone Main (TOO.
' Fifty cent saves plumbing bills, lust
phone Main (700 and we will send a can
of ideal Home Plumber to unstop your
S.ovall Hardware Company. .
908 Market street Photia Main S70O
I , ' -a-
FOR BALfV Touhg fresh milch cows.
J. P. Wllhr.lt, 1001 Main street or Mc
Donald station. t-lt
FOR SALB 100,000 ohce-used strawberry
rupss, ji.bo per 1,000: In good shape.
Bo 177, Cleveland, Tenn. 6-16
FOR SALE 850-pound -snare mule and
harness. 660 cash. Main 3200. 6-18
I FOR BALES Cheap. I am Selling out
part or my rourteen-room rooming
house at 119 McCains avenue. If Vou
are looking for a bargain, don't tall to
Investigate this. . if
FOR BALES The best llverv and board.
Ing stable In Chattanooga; must be
soia on account or sickness, at a bar
gain. Investigate It at 421 Market
street -ij
We buy. Mil, tttns, rent, wove or vs.
finish like new. For anything about
Pianos call R E). Lansford, No. 80 East
Sixth. Main 6440. ll.m.l
HELP WANTED experienced women
who understand sewing on power ma
chines. Llpson Ryan Mfg. Ch Twen
tieth and Whiteside streets. 8-tf
HELP WANTED Several ex
. perlenced telephone operators
for vacation lubstitutes. Full
credit for previous experience
will be given. Many special
opportunities for promotion!
short hours, and well-paid on
. weekly basis. Apply to Miss
Wayt, Instructress, Cumber
land Tel. A Tel. Co. 1 8-18
HELP WANTED Combination cook and
nurse. Main 2454, 8-tf
HELP WANTfcl-Rrlght white air! for
doctor's office, rhone Main 100 or
Hemlock 137. 8-tf
HELP WANTEIA rood cook. Newell
sanitarium, 707 Wulnut street. 8-13
HELP WANTED A Jrounr ldy for gen
eral office Work., Apply In own hand
writing. Address P. O. Box 21. 8-12
HELP WANTED A rlai of ten
young ladies will bepin imme
diately learning the telephone
business. Young ladies be
tween 1 49 and 25 years of age,
possessing a grammar school
education, will find It to their
advantage to Join this class at
once, ion will be well-paid
while learning, with frequent
and regular increases. Con
genial people to work with,
rapid promotion for those who
show ability; no previous ex
perience necessary. Apply to
Miss Wayt, Instructress, Cum
berland Tel. & Tel. Co. 8-18
HELP WANTED Middle-aged white
lndy for housekeeping. 204 West Dun
can avenue.
HELV WANTED At once, rook; must
be experienced. 401 Oak street. R-ll
WANTED Olrls and women to work at
Model laundry. Good pay and steady
work. S.tf
1'OR RENT To responsible party, splen
did home on east side; modern; garage
and servants' quarters. Main tins.
l'OH RENT Four rooms SIS Pine; two
rooms and kitchenette. Nineteenth and
Read avenue; cntt'ign on Ixioktiut
mountain, big garden. Olen View, two
blocks went. Main r..".3. J-11
"b aXEBm En WA NTEtr
iH) FOll want clean, mrfh-claa. money,
making selling propositions? Vou will
And them tn Specialty Salesman Mags,
sine 100-page monthly; chuck full tn.
sptratlonal selling talks by heat writ,
era: every Issue course In salesman
ship; vlKomusly exposes "Junk'' sellers,
mlarepresentere snd frauds; th agent's
cnamplon; yesrty $2. Send 2rc for
threa months' trial subscript Ion read
current .ssue; If not satisfied, tic r.
funded. (Hold on news stands.) Hps.
clslty Salesman Migaxlne, Csiton
building. Chicago. 10. tf
HELP WANTED Experienced clothing
salesmnn. Address, stating experience,
V. H., care New. 10-11
WANTED Experienced
wage scale). We also have
t sumo fine openings where
experienced, persevering
Contractors can make good
money. Call on or tele
COMPANY, B19 Hamilton
Bank Bldg. 7-tf
HELP WANTED Combination gun and
bicycle repairer, r frtllier ne; good
salary. Phreveport Arms and Cycle
Co, Bhrevcport.JLa. 7-11
HELP WANTED An eper!enced man
on kodak work. Novelty Photo Co., 10
East Eleventh street, Chattanooga. 7-12
Help wanted experienced
NEdSEB. T-12
HELP WANTED A No. 1 all-around
shoemaker; good wages. The Shoe
Renury, 1421 Market street T-14
HELP WANTED Twenty-rive laborers.
Apply at I he old Morris Bherman plant.
now the Southern Machine Co., comer
Belt road and Missionary avenue, flood
wages. T-ll
W AN TE D Iligh-grade
machinists and lathe hands.
Steady employment guar
anteed good men; good pay;
eight-houf day. Apply at
works, Lucev Manufactur
ing' Corporation, 19th and
Grovo streets or 'phone
Main 785. 7-tf
FpK SALE Real Estate
FOR BALE Or etchanse, one IH-acre
traut, also one -acre tract, east 01
Mission ridge. Thomas Trlmby. 121
East tight h street. -m-U
roh SALb Modern five-room cottage,
801 Highland Park avenue; might iake
fond car as part payment. Hemlock
IrOlt SALE Or esohangr; good seven
room house on Lookout mountain:
modern, rhone Main 4(3. -ll
FOR BALK ll-ecre farm, twelve miles
out, $7,000; 171 acres, running water,
twenty miles out, loo arri-s in ctutiva
lion, fine stock farm, $7,000; 300 acres past years, there will no rnr more corn
line red latid, splendid Improvements, $5 petition thsn was the case In 1917, and
per acre. I. A. Krown, 105 West Ninth M nuinoer Of sports dropped last spring
street. Math 68112. 1-13 wm bt reVlved.
FOR SALE 100 screa first-class high
hammock land, $25 per acre: timber will
more than pay for this land. Also 10
000 sores pasture land, $4.60 per acre.
Brown Mros., Hrookvllle, Ha. S-13
$2,750 Reduced from $8,600; snsy terms,
On Oak streat car line; Al locsl-,
Ity; two-story, six rooms; fine lot.
Rents $20.
$3,000 Cost $3,300 ten years ago: $1,000
rash; city, east side, olnns In: two
story, seven rooms. lxt 26(120.
Rents for $15 per month.
14 r,n0tt.anf.4 (mm sunna r,.n.
homo In North Chattanooga; two'
story, eignt rooms; furnace; mod-
ern; large lot; essy term, Don't
yny rrni mway,. ji us snow you. j
ren im nrii lor Dsrsains in real... ......
aut .1. i
Hiaia. I
C. V. BROWN a rmo.
('OK KtlNI -Rooms
FOR RENT Room; modern; would serve
breakfast. Uarage, Hemlock U'NJ. 3-11
FOR KENT Furnished rooms.
Callle avenue.
It Mo-'
Newly-furnished rooms; !
ressonahle. New Horns hotel,
ami, iflu'-i usorgia avenue.
FOR RENT Modern steam-heated rooms
' '.: " . . posiuvsiy,
FOR RENT Moderately well furnished
nve-room house t adults. Highland
Park; $.10. Also beautiful rooms near
courthouse, $12 to $21. Msln 417V. $-11
FOR RENT Furnished bedrom. 1'bons
Main lt7 or call 14 Mitchell, Apart
ment J.
FOR RENT Ona nicely-furnished front
bMrooin: maala neailiv
FOR RKNT Two desirable moms .for
light housekeeping. Call Msln I5S.
FOR RENT Rooms, with or without
board. Mrs. C. M. Hopkins, Fleming
block, corner Ninth and A streets. 1-
'Group Your Debts"
Credit Is a man's Ores test Asset.
If your friends belleva In you, so
does the GAMMON RY8TEM
HANK. vV will finance you to
keep your Mils from dragging. A
clean sheet la worth more thsn the
per oent llscount you pay us.
loans repaid In weekly Installments
or $2 on each $00.00.
Citizen! Saving & Loan
Volunteer Bldg. (Dewey 8t. Side)
lUrt. 1 as I . .
. . t.4 km I I. II at a . .
(By Paul Purman V
Tyrus Raymond Cobb will begin his
fourteenth year as a major league ball
player In April, He la now In his thirty
Mrst year. lOt many years he has
reigned supreme as the greatest player
In baseball. FM- years he has been THE
super ball player. He has had no serious
rivals In his many fields of endeavor.
Now and then tome star has come along
and 'challenged him, but tn the end Ty
has always emerged at the top. Even
when Trls Speaker took the batting load
from him, he remained ahead tn so many
other Mnes that his supremacy was not
But the time has eome to- seriously
contemplate the day when Cobb can no
longer outdistance all Ms teammates,
The. super-star has not yet begun to
fade, but It has passed the meridian and
must gradually grow dimmer.
Will there be another super ball player
to step Into Cobb's shoes as the Idol and
wonder of all ball fansf
Pefore going into this let's analyse the
qualities a super ball player must pos
sess. He must be young. Pie must have
baseball brains and be a lightning quick
thinker, lie must poasess a great throw
Ing arm and must be fast on his feet.
He must have an accurate batting eye,
Rut he must have more than this. lie
must have the ambition to push himself
ahead. He must have the tenaclousness
'Varsity Athletics Almost Nor
malRowing and Track
Meets Billed Strong.
New Tork, March ll.-4nlereollegUt
and Intervarslty athletlo competition
among the eastern colleges and universi
ties Is to be resumed this season Upon
scale closely approaching that of ttormal
times, according to the announcement of
the various Institutions. Front a list com
prising more Jhan slsty of the leading
Institutions of the section, prepared by
the Assoclsted Itess, but two were
found to have abandoned all sport for
the next few months. While the sched
ules are not In general as lengthy as tn
This Is particularly true or rowing and
track athletics. The intercollegiate track
and field rhamplnnahlp meet will be re
stored, and altiimitfh the Poughkeepsle
and New Imdnn fottr-nilie championship
regattas will not bo resumed there will
be an unusual number of dual and trlan
" " ,T"""", " ... iu wl. s
patriots regniia at Annapolis Way IS,
I RI: wnien 11 is cxperien rveir uwin-Kr, mi
the east whim supports rowing mi uo
represented by tine or more crews,
Rssehall and football aso show sharp
gains. Many of the estreme features of
past baseball Schedules, such as extended
southern trips and lists of game run-
nlng close to thirty for the season, have
necn eliminated, nut mora colleges win
bo represented upon the diamond, partlo
B,.y among ths Isfker Institution
IMMUHII, 111111 1IUI1W r.lPliniTriy
. .
l.li.X"' inni liui, linn khiii-ii iihh n iri-i in,.
and If Harvard, Tal and rrlnnetnn de.
-m-t-s'elde to revive tbelr schedules, even In
curtailed form, the season of 101S will
not fall much below those of normal
Football continues to be ths leading
sport of the cntlcKlans, but baseball Is s
close second, with track third and tennis
fourth. Ocilf, la cross and soccer Is
found upon some lists, which In the csss
of Institutions Inrjiules as many as
l different brnnehes cif Sport In which
there will ba Intsrcnlleglste sompetltlon,
. Rowlnr holds ths tilaca of honor for
very university which tin supported
,Kbts In recent years will train hoal
nip rnrm, wnien, nowever, win mu rs
ceen iwo miles in lengm.
Mobile, Ala., March ll. Msnsrer
I'ntsv Flnhertv, of I lis tolille Hon! hern
""SoHatlon team, announced today
that he bad sltrned Art Hues, of ths
HITUATION WANTICO As solicitor for
advertising, printing or other similar
work; experienced, raps his: good refr
enrea. Address Al, care News. 11-11
SITUATION WANTKD-I-adles, ll.ti.nl
I hsve a talent for cleaning glass win
rtows. If you nt work of that kind
done, Call Main iM and ask for I-eroy
Pryor. I H I
SITfTATION WANTEI llv engineer or
powerhouse ninri; inn kIvs best of ref
erence. M. J . ire News. ll-m-ll
ITI'ATI'N V NTEI--Yoiing man not
Mishji'ct to draft, with clean hiihlls,
deslies poslilon as chauffeur for some
privets family for ths summer; reason
able esliry: careful and reliable driver!
any kin I of mnchlnet two years' rxpe
rleneej best of f.fcien.is At present
employed as et.-twwrnnher: desire
rhnnK for betl.r heslih e outside.
Address L. A. Wnoten? tl'S Chestnut.
tiher. iv vnuria Indv wl'h two years'
experience. Call Miln 4S77 ll-m-l! 1
w I s A
...I' 1 I
I I II YtClb a -.
I I I I . . 11 rvfr'an ' rk.wra I
Irt PBONKflWH. rU.
which wilt not admit defeat In spite of
obstacles. He must have self-confidence
mough to KNOW he Is the greatest ball
player In the world, without being ego
tistical about It.
There Is one young hall player who
has most of these requirements and Is
rapidly developing the others.
George (Maler, pitcher, first baseman,
ntitftsMcp. baa mnneK .858 hlttar. la
rthe future eupsr ball' pit yer. IP he re
tains Ma ambition and if ft tan rt
more nre into his play,
Cobb Is the most dangerous base run
ner lit baseball, not' because he Is the
speediest base runner, but beeause he
has the determination to steal bases.
Cobb Is the area teat hitter In baseball
not because he Is the greatest natural
hitter, nor because he has the best bat
ting eye, but because he uses bra in I and
determination With his natural physical
assets. .
George Glsler has everything Cobb has
physically. He Is a better fielder than
Cobb. II has not et developed the (14
termination and fire that has made Cobb
the most wonderful of all bat players.
Perhaps he will never develop tt to the
estent Ty has.
Rut watch Sinter! .
He la on Cobb's trail al a batten as a
base runner, as a collector of ettra-base
hits. He's the next super ball player If
be wants to be; If he cares to work as
Cobb has worked to art where he is.
ftcotty Chestnutt.
ln Pfenntnger,
Jack Ntfiin,
Jack O'Toole.
Theodore Hi eltensteln.
Kill Kreiman.
Billy Carpenter,
Hill liobeitson, 1
nnltlftiora International league flub
of last year, to play third base, Hues
batted .178 and fielded ,8(10,
The name of the Mobile club h
been officially chnnged from the Baa
(lulls ta the Mohilo Hears.
Chicago, March Jl. Tbs ltll staff
of umpires In the American league will
ha the same as Inst enasorh President
Johnson announced today. Thorns
Connolly, who has been an umpire fof
twenty-five years, will ba presented
with a srolit cross at the start of the
season as a reward for Ms services,
Tim etlT, Including; Cnnnollv, follows:
Wllllnm (. Kvnna, "Hllk" O'LnuRhlln,
Clarence Owens, (lert. Hllrtelunnd. Oeo.
Moriarlty, lUtlmrd N.Vltrt and William
lUnecn. '
Memphis, MiitcU 10. 'Wilson, a
seinlpro iitchar, hirs been signed by
tho Memphis Chicks, MSniifrr Cy
linisrr announced Inst nlgrht.
Wilson Is from lllmo. Mo., Is SO
years old, A fret t Inch tall and weighs
ISO pounds. He won lit) out of It
games in a setuipro league last year,
William V. Otlsr 110 Thweatt, ct
rope, Miss,, a rlffhthandsd twirls.
hae been signed for a trial with the
Memphis Chicks this year, Miintfcr
cy Miirgrr announcoci last tilnht.
Thweatt stands a fest !$ Inches
nnd tips ths scales at lift hounds,
Manager Itarger, who bss seen the
Ids; fellow pltnh, believes hs will ds
vijort Ifita a ruie miuindsmnn.
Hill Thweatt Is not only a rood
IwikcIihII plnynr, but la a football star.
Ijist year lie played on th Qeorgla
Tech team, champlnn of the United
Htntes. He held down a tackle post
The Cblckssaws are stilt bidding In
(lie beef market. Cy Marge r, chief nf
the trltie, announced today he had ss
cured for trial as a pitcher John An
dnrson, a right-hander of Illylhevllle,
Ark., who Is t fret 1 Inch tall end
weighs 110 pound. Anderson Is II
years old, and his ohly recommends
lion was several years of hurling In In
dependent circles. Anderson Is ths
third recruit In the Inst three days
over fed tall snd wlift weighs around
100 Signed by the Chicks.
1111 StWANtf NINt
Bewnnes. March 10. -Plans bavs
been shout completed fot ths form
Hon of an Intetmiirsl lissehsll lengiis
st Hews tics this sptlng. MIX teams
will bo chosen five from tha tinl
vomit v and nns from tha Mews nee
Military Academy. A scrleg of games
will he i. laved, beginning a hnut the
tnlddln of Mn roh nnd extending Into
April. Only live letter men returned
this year, the others being In ths
I service of the Country. The fivs let.
ter men to return will captain the five
university trsms.
I ter on In the sessnn a team will
be chosen tn represent the university,
and a short series of games will be
arranged, probably with Tennessee
and Kentucky tesms.
F.hen Wort ham, tho "very (food, Ed
die, of second bn semen, bss liesn
elected to captain the varsity when It
Is organised, t'iptoln Wort ham has
the unique distinction of being elected
captain of three teams the fnotnali
team of II7. the baseball team of
lata and the foot hail team nf ltll
In two years. Ix-ar, I'syne, llamlerg
atut Crudglngton are ths other letter
men who have returned. of tliean
four. I'syne and 4'rudglngton are
Pitchers and !ar anil llatniM-tg out
fielders. No practice has yet ln pos.
sltile, owlnir to tha condition of the
field after the ayerelnterJ
Lewis Proves Himself a Won
derIncidentally Joe Levy
Gets Stung.' .
They railed the civil and. military
police at the Union Athletlo club Bat
urday hlftht beeausa soms ot the fans
grew insistent lrt demanding ft refund '
o ftheir $2.10 per, What tha strong;
arm squad should hay Been (called
Into action for. however, wis ta put a
stop to a naf little hold-up fame.
Poor Joe Levy was mads tha tost in
ths wlndup, but Joe makes a good
font, and la still sthlllnr. "Sadder bot
wiser," is all the comment hs bas to
make, ,
Tho situation wss this: Kid Pari
Is too fat. Tha asplrlnf slugger from
the "fighting" Fifty-third stepped on
the scale Just before the Lawis-Faris
encounter and, though ba held his
breath and stood on tiptoes, nothing:
would balance short of 160 pounds,
Ho the world ohimplon welterweight,
whose boast, by the way, la that ha
"fights 'em all from lightweights to
light heavies," balked. Nobody could
figure out why Lewis should be
"afraid" of farts under any considera
tion, but they learned ths reason for
his mkdness. Ho did Joe.
Jltnmle Johnson, Lewis manager,
shook bis head and ssld something'
was being put over on him. One-sixty
was too much, he said. Ted might
In en k his list running up against such
Home of ths fsnl Rympsthlied, soma
said tho champ was "ysller." The
rowd clamored for k refund or fight,
About fifteen soldiers who had to ba
hack nf ths park on schedule tints left,
levy was In a hole. Homebody sug
gested a bonus to Indues the cham
pion to taks "a risk." it wss better
than to lose the entire budget. !evy
aw it; Jltnmls saw it; So Joe, his "tha
womnn," paid.
. The fflws saw ths fight Uisy csma to
see. ft was somS fight Everybody
was happy; everybody wss satisfied
even l'arla. The champion was up to '
championship class, lie played alt
sreund ths "lArnl talent"! Parts took
a terrific, besting. Lewis could have
probably knocked him out after the
fourth, but he bad a heart. Everybody
gave tho soldlcfc credit. Me stood mora
punishment thait a human being could
he Imagined to endure, )i stuck
through with a grit that was astound.
Ing. lie came out of hslca where It
seemed he wss bound to nrumble:
Jabbing, out (hums that carried real
force Kiit Lewis dodged snd flitted
sway, Ilia only worry seemed ta be .
that ha couldn't hit Paris hard enough.
In tho Inst two rounds the rhnmplort
let down a Utile. Ha didn't follow his
rushes. He seemed to he trying to
pick out one neat blow that would end
the affair. Paris stalled and held for
time. Ha wss bloody; be wan groggy,"
tint ba held out and fought. Nine
hundred people admired his spunk, hie
endurance. Iwls himself gav him
credit fur It after the right.
There Is one thllg Psrts probably
learned, hnd It literally knocked Into
Uiui. snd that Is that hs Is not In big
Inngiia enmpsny. ifa Is bsfly and has ,
a wonderful endurance; but bo's slow,
clumsy and hasn't passed the primer In ,
Selene, Withal, he'll probably have
the prescription to remedy the stplra- ,
thins of sny pugs that srs trained up
In ihls section for a while. Hut Paris
will never have any f 100,000 orders to
turn down,
flood s;ortB hope oJs Levy earns
out all right In spits of his setbsck.
Hs Is doing bis bit towsrda getting
good- tmslng shows for Chsttanooga,
and the road Is rocky. Ted Lewis
proved himself a marvel. That was
what people wanted to sea. Palis lust
I ...... -1 ,JL
nuoii eeia ioo miirn. (.
Threw rirellmlnarl.a ar.e e-4 ft..
fore the hi fight, riefctei-i .....
so Frank Wallace took on a couple. '
Moth were miserably, unevenly
ttmlehed. Wallace seems ta bava hare
lurk Iff irtMM.. I. ki.
,. ,,,,w m wine.
They say there's a boy In the Rteventh
Infsntrv that has ths kev ta th. ..
Hon, however. Ask Fraik where he
got his bad eye. .n
Chsmbarlsln't Cough Remedy a Favor
anis TOf bold.
T T . f..i., Xf.w.H tn i. i-1
. - , , ... . ii, ernH,nK
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy aaya.
"During the past fifteen yeara It baa ,
been my sister's favorlta medicine for
colds on the lungs. I mvself have
taken It a number of times when suf
fering with a cold and tt always ra.
Ileveil me promptly." ( Adv.)
Don't fail to attend thai
big shoo sale of tha an tint
stock of tho KelsoNeal
Shoo Co. They srs almost J
giving; them away. SaJa
starts today at 9 gum. 704
Market Street
JnliCYtonf.uANjb;o foTthreiTor
nr yeera on iniprovea real esiaiei
p.r rent, .('all Msln ul. H-lt
BAI.FJ Bk-rctes, riraa and Sup.
iilea, I Save got ifes targsst
. at siora in aeiecf imu, also in
jf1 If. largest stork of rapslr parts la'
UWUJ be foend saywbera In Chat.
e t.flOOMW. Thlt liNfllha? mttH
my nineteen years' siperieaoa
a tne HI Huslneea. nutkes ana eaat
s revered to take cars your UKaress
u ssAikasi. sz Market at.
Don't fail to attend tha
big shoo sala of tho entire)
stock of tha Kelso-Neal
Shoo Co. Thi. am almost
giving them away. Sale
starts today at 9 in, 704
Market Street.

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