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The BROWNSVILLE HERALD SPORTS SECTION I
j The
■ Sports
• Spade (
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g By HAL EUSTACE #
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THE BROWNSVILLE J. C. Scor
pions will likely plaj' either the
University of Texas .is or
the Rice “B" team here Thanks
giving. Either of these r ames would
tol|we:: -vorrh attending. Tne Rice
,‘Bnveiub defeated the Kingsville
A. & I squad 6-0 at Ho<;s‘on some
time ago Indicating that the
Scorps and *he ' B" aggregation
w'ould be fairly well ma*ch»<1 The
J&vaiinu trounced the Edinburg
Broncs handily, some 40-0 as we
remember. The Texas club defeated
the San Antonio J. C. bv practical
ly the same score that the Scor
pions downed the Rangers here
Two Good Tilts
THERE WILL BE two football
spectacles staged in thr Valley
Friday. Colorful crowds will gather
at Harlingen and Brownsville on
that day. The Weslaco Panthers
will qu»t their lair to invade the
r.est of the Harlingen Red Birds,
and a big. partisan crowd will be
In the s*ar.ds.
_a __ •
A loyal swarm of Brownsville
ba kers will fill the Tucker field
st. ids on the same day to see the
Si *aming Eagles do battle with
In high Maroons, who seem
iB ;?d for a district Eight cham
jM ihip Harlingen and Austin are
ABYged to win, but the Eaeles and
^PHnthers may turn the tables.
Did l'ou Wnow That—
Harry Newman of Michigan is
oeing hailed as the best quarter
back operating in the Big Ten
this season — let Michigan have
her Harry. Brownsville is still
willing to swear by "Boy" New
man. Scorpion quarter—'Boy”
was the master mechanic of the
power Screarrvng Eagle ma^hin®*
of '28 and '29_In the Scorp
Bror.c game, Big Mac McCauley
laid for Newman all day....Mac
finally nailed him. but he was
fooled on the play and Newman
didn't have the ball ...‘Well. I
finally tackled him. anyway.”
Big Mac said_with four years
at spin position behind iam. New
man can play spinner with the
best of them.
VALLEY GOLFERS have been
getting a tough break of late a:
the hands of Jupe Pluvious, water
bov of the gods.
If there is anything tougher
than shooting par up to the sixth
only to have a young deluge spring
up, it has not been recorded in
the text books as yet.
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i With a clear sky and the sun
j shininr brightly Monday. It ap
peared that the swish-swatting
I squad would get a break this week
| Since the big success of the Har
i lingen course the Brownsville links
1 are being remodelled This will
give the Valley two of the best
courses in Texas.
Pot Shots
The trouble with the heavy
weight situation, says Eustaquio, is
that there are too many who are
sure they can beat Max Schmeling
• • •
Jack Kearns is grooming Micke"
J Walker for the ;ob Managers of
' Bud Taylor. Fidel la Barba. Sammy
Mandell. A1 Singer and Tonv Can
zoneri will be the next to hurl
challenges.
• • •
Otto Von Porat has gone bark
to Norway, disgusted with himself,
which makes the feeling practically
unanimous.
• • •
Young Striblinc fought Art De
Kuh very mildly in Atlanta on
Armistice day, and Eustaqulo wants
to know if that's the reason for
the movement to call the holiday
Peace Day.
DISTRICT STANDINGS
Team: P W. L Pr*
Austin . 6 3 4 917
Main Avenue . 6 44 14 750
Brarkpnridze _ 6 44 14 759
Rrbstown . 5 3 2 609
Corpus Christi_ 5 3 2 .600
Alamo Heights ... 6 3 .3 500
Brownsville . 4 1 3 250
Harlandale . 6 1 5 .187
Tivy iKerrvillei ..6 1 5 167
Laredo 44 ! 4 030
Last Week's Scores
Brackenridge 19: Laredo 0
Alamo Heights 13; Corpus Chris
ti 0.
Main Avenue 0; Austin 0 ftiev
Tivy (KemUlei 31; Laredo 8
Friday's Games
Austin at Brownsville
Harlandale vs. Alamo Heights.
Laredo at Robstown.
Thanksgiving Dav Games
Mam Avenue vs Brackenridge.
Corpus Christi at Robstown.
I Brownsville at Kerrville.
CHRISTIANS
HAVE CHANCE
By Winning Last Two, Frogs
Can Duplicate Their
Championship
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BY GAYLE TALBOT, JR..
DALLAS. Tex.\ Nov 17.— P —
The scramble for the 1930 south
west conference grid crown still
was a wide open affair today with
only two weeks remaining to play
one of the closest in the history of
the circuit Only one of seven
contending teams. Texas A & M .
was below .500 in the standing, and
four of them still had a chance at
the title. #
As a result of their decisive 7 to
0 victory over Texas Christian Sat
urday. the University of Texas
Longhorns became popular favorites
to ascend the throne. By downing
Southern Methodist. Baylor ^nd |
the chamoion Frees on successive;
week ends the Longhorns have
proved themselves worthy of the
honor. But it was bv no means
certain *hey would get it.
Chance Remains
Texas Christian engaging Baylor
I this week at Fqrt Worth and South
ern Methodis' f.ere the week follow
j ing, could retain the championship
by winning both contests, the
reward for haring b^ked six
conference tilts instead of the
customary five Texas, with only
one more to play, against the Ag
gies on Thanksgiving Dav at Austin,
could finish ahead only in the
event Texas Christian tied or lost !
one of its last two.
Charges that either Bavlor or
Souther-. Methodist would unset j
the works and take the ti'le were
rather slim, bait i' rould he done
if either captured its two remainin'?
bouts and the Lonehmms should
eet slipped uo on by the Aggies. In
that event the two would divide
the spoils between them
Ponies Return
Interest this week will center or 1
rhe Bavlor-Texas Christian tilt at
Fort Worth As a result of their
convincing win over the Arkansas
Razorbacks. 22 to 7 Saturdav, the j
golden Bears mav be exoe-ted to
give the Fro?s a tight battle
Southern M°thodist. triumphin' j
over Navy. 20 to 7. in the first i
victory ever scorded by a south
west conference eleven over a major
opponent on the Atlantic seaboard
was hurrying home to get in shape
for a conference fray wit-h the
Rice Owls at Houston. The Mus
i tangs must down the Owls to retain
a mathematical chance at title, and I
it promised to be quite an assign
ment.
Rice's youfiT eleven proved it
still packed a pun^h by taking the
Texas Aggies. 7 to 0. at College
I Station It marked the first time
i in history that an 0**1 team walked
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
NOTICE OF ELECTION
Or Three Navigation and Canal
Commissioners in Brownsville Nav
igation Distnct of Cameron Coun
ty. Texas.
Notice is hereby given tha: a
general election will be held with
in the metes and bounds of
Brownsville Navigation District of
Cameron County, Texas on the iirst
Tuesday in December, A. D. 1930,
tame being the second day of Dec
ember. A. D. 1930, for the purpose
of electing three Navigation and
C*nal Commissioners oi the dis
•/' *, which election shall be held
X irsuance of an order made and
1 *d bv the Board of Navigation
jgj. anal Commissioners at its
J * r meeting on the 4th day ot
£j*Jiber. A D. 1930. which order
7P*ui words and figures as here
inafter set forth, and copy of which
is made a part thereof, as follows,
to-wi.:
Be it remembered that on this,
the 4th day of November, 1930, the
Board of Navigation and Canal
Commissioners of Brownsville Nav
igation District of Cameron County.
Texas, met in regular session at the
District's offices, present as fol
lows
John Gregg, commissioner. Chair
man
J. G. Fernandez, Commissioner,
Secretary.
Z. A Rosenthal, Commissioner.
R. B Rentfro. Attorney.
A. B Cole. Attorney.
H L. Yates. Attorney
J. S Ford. Assistant Secretary.
Whereupon the following pro
ceedings were had ar.d done to-wlt:
In the matter of the general
election for Navigation and Canal
Commissioners of the District to be
held on Tuesday. December 2nd. A.
D. 1930. being the first Tuesday in
December. A D 1930.
The above matter coming on for
consideration on motion duly made,
seconded and unanimously carried,
it was ordered as follows.
••Be it ordered that an election
be held in Brownsville Navigation
District of Cameron County. Tex
as on the first Tuesday in Decem
ber, A. D 1930. sam» being the 2nd
day of December. 1930. for the pur
pose of electing three Navigation
and Canal Commissioners of the
District
Said election shall be he'd at the
following named places within the
metes and bounds of the district,
and for the convenience of the
voters in said Navigation District
the Board hereby creates and de
. fcrf| las voting prccirc** the res
M vo'ing precincts hereinafter
JlV .ofri and designated, and the
following named places within said
territories and limits shall consti
tute the pol’ing plac«* of *aiH vot
ing precincts and the following
named persons are herebv appoint
ed as managers and officers of said
election:
All that territory of Votme Pre
cinct No. 1 of Cameron countv. a*
heretofore created bv the Commis
sioners' Court, lying within the
metes and bounds of Brownsville
Naviration District of Cameron
Count*’. Tovas god th*t terri
tory of Voting Precinct No ** of
Cameron County. Texas as here
tofore created by the Commission
ers' Court lying within the metes
and bounds of said Navigation Dis
trier are hereby created and defin
ed as a voting precinct for said elec
tion, and Community House No. 1
is named as the polling place in
said veting precinct and George
Fiench and J. F. McChntock are
named as presiding judge and as
sistant judge and Mrs. W. W. Un
derwood and Mrs. J. F. Adams as
clerks of said t lection.
All that territory of Voting Pre
cinct No 3 of Cameron county,
Texas, as heretofore created by
Commissioners Court into a voting
precinct, is hereby created and de
nned as a voting precinct for said
election, and E. T. Yates' Garage is
hereby named as the polling place
for holding said election in said
voting precinct, and James L. Ab
ney and W. B. Walton are named as
presiding judge and assisting judge,
and H. W. Dierker and Lee R.
Vance as clerks of said election;
All that territory of voting Pre
cinct No. 5, of Cameron County,
Texas, as heretofore created Into a
voting precinct by the Commis
sioners Court, lying within the
metes and bounds of said Browns
ville Navlagtion District, is hereby
created and defined as a voting
precinct for said election, and Pal
mer's Filling Station and Store
:s hereby named as the polling place
! in said voting precinct, and Wiley
Patterson and Hall Palmer are
named as presiding Judge and as
sisting judge, and Mrs. W. C Ol
iver and Mrs F C. Richey as clerks
of said election.
All that territory of Voting
Precinct No. 6 of Cameron County,
Texas as heretofore created by the
Commissioners’ Court, which lies
within the metes and bounds of
said navigation district, is hereby
created and defined as a voting
precinct for said election and
Tomas Tijerina's Filling Station
and store is named as the polling
place for holding said election in
said voting precinct, and Fred
Rusteberg and D Ayala are hereby
named as Presiding Judge and As
sisting Judge, and Herman Rock
and E C. Bauer as clerks of said
election;
Voting Precincts Nos 18. 17. 18.
19. 20. 21 and 28 as heretofore
created by the Commissioners'
j Court of Cameron County. Texas
are each respectively created and
defined as voting precincts for said
election, with polling places and of
ficers of election named in said
respective voting precincts as fol
j lows:
Precinct No. 18 Polling Place
Fitch's Garaae. H L. Fitch and
Henry Bell. Presiding Judge and
Assisting Judge, and R R. Ruff
irl J L Boggus as Clerks.
F~ec:nrt No 17 Polling Place
Bell's Service Station; Robin Pate
and J R. Skelton as Presiding
| Judge and Assisting Judge and Wal
| lace Harwood and E. A. Munday
as Clerks:
Precinct No 18: Polling Place: J.
A Champion's Store; Louis Cham
pion and Hilmar Fabra as Presid
ine Judee and Assisting Judge; and
Joe Cocke and Phil Scanlan as
Clerks:
Pre-in'’! N<> 19 Pollme Place
the City Hall: John C Fanning
and Ike Kibbe as Presiding Judge
and Assisting Judge and Mrs
Bertha T. Ferrell and Mrs. W. T. i
Sudlow as Clerks;
Precinct No. 20; Polling Place, the
I Miller Hotel; W. T. Burnett and
Frank Alcedo as Presiding Judge
and Assisting Judge and Mi*s Lydia
! Champion ana Mrs. Frank Alcedc
! as Clerks.
Precinct No. 21; Polling Place
Martinez Drug Store No. 2; Paul R
Dye and Cuban Monsees as Presid
I mg Judge and Assisting Judge ana
! John Hunter and Fermin Cuellar
as Clerks;
Precmct No. 28; Polling Place
the Old Alamo Building at the
corner of Ninth and Adams Street.
A C Hipp and Valentin Gavtto c«
Presiding Judge and Assisting Judg
and Federico Recio and Tomas T.
I Jerina Jr. as Clerks.
Precmct No 30 as heretofore
created by the Commissioners Cour*
| is hereby defined as a voting pre
cmct for holding said election and
Mess Store is named as the poll
ing place for holding said election
and L. D. Moss and E. J. Lewis arf
named as Presiding Judge and As
sisting Judge, and J. C. Wh-te and
Mrs L D Moss are named as clerks
of said election;
All that territory of Voting F.e
I cinct No. 33 as heretofore created
by the Commissioners’ Court, lying
within the metes and bounds of
j said navigation district. Is hereby
j created and defined as a votin'?
precinct for holding said election
and the residence of J. M Saner is
hereby named a? the polling place
for holding said election and Mrs
J. M. Saner and John R Garza are
named as Presiding Judge and A: -
sisting Judge and J. Saner and A
R Garza as Clerks of said election
Voting Precinct No. 34 as hereto
fore created bv the Commissioners
Court, is hereby created and defin
ed as a voting precmct for holding
said election, and the Filling Sta
tion near Southpomt is herebv
named as the polling place in said
voting precinct, and Fred Latham
and M. M Brown are named as
Presiding Judge and Assisting Judge
of said election, and Mrs H Z
Crowe and Mrs E. E. Shinpaugh as
Clerks of said election;”
The Secretary of the District is !
ordered and directed to prepare the !
ballot, and provide election sup
plies for said election, and the
Chairman and the Secretary are
ordered and directed to give notice
for the length of time and in the
manner required by law for the
holding of said election.
The above and foregoing notice is
given pursuant to said order of the
Board of Navigation A Canal Com
missioner? made and entered on the
4th day of November. A D 1930.
Witness our hands and seal of
?aid district at Brownsville. Texas,
tins 4th da” cf November A D 1930.
JOHN GREGG.
President of the Board of
Navigation A* Canal Com
missioners of Brownsville
Navigation District of
Cameron Countv. Texas.
J. G. FERNANDEZ.
Secretary of the Board of
Navigation A Canal Com
missioners of Brownsville
Navigation District of
Cameron Countv, Texas.
(SEAL*
Attest; J. O. FERNANDEZ,
Secretary.
ll-10-17-24-3t-3893
off Kyle Field, hallowed battle
ground of the Aggies, victorious.
Steers Idle
Those were the only engagements
scheduled for the week. The mighty
Longhorns will have nothing to do
until Thanksgiving Day, when they
entertain their traditional foes, the
Aggies, at Austin.
Arkansas, having completed its
conference card, will finish against
Centenary at Shreveport, also on
turkey day.
Conference standing:
W. L. T. Pet.
Texas Christian.3 1 0 .750
Texas . 3 1 0 .750
Baylor . 1 1 1 .500
Southern Methodist ..1 1 1 .500
Arkansas . 2 2 0 .500
Rice . 2 2 0 .500
Texas A. Se M.. 0 4 0 .000
Macaluso Tops
Nation’s Best
Grid Scorers
_ i
<Bv The Associated Press.)
Len Maealuso's field day against
Syracuse enabled the Colgate full
back to take a wide lead lr the race
for national individual football scor
ing honors. Macaluso scored 29
points on Saturdav to boost his
seasons total to 135
Leaders In each of the country's
rune major groups or conferences
follows:
Sec and Pla}*er 1. 2. 3. 4. 5 6^\
Colgate fb 8 IS 24 1 135
Fast. Macaluso
Pacific, Mohler So
Calif. • hb 8 16 0 0 96
Southern. Spicer.
Kentucky hb 5 11 9 0 75
Rocky Mt, Christiansen.
Utah hb 611 0 n 66
Mid-West. O'Neil.
Detroit hb 7 11 0 0 66
Missouri Val, Kolen.
Drake hb 1 9 1 0 55
Southwest. Leland,
T C. U. qb 10 9 0 0 54
Big Ten. Russell.
Northwestern hb 5 8 1 0 49
Big Six. Bausch.
Kansas hb 6 6 6 0 42
When the football team of dear
old Whozis beats Howszat by 74-n
i» can almost be taken for granted
that the Judges aren't going to give
Howszat the decision But vou
never can tell in boxing.
GEORGIA TECH
TEAM HAILED
1 _ I
Golden Tornado of *17 la
Said Greatest Scorer
In History
- When great southern football
teams are being discussed, as they
seem to be this season because of
the high calibre of pigskin-tossing
in Dixie, man still believe Georgia
Tech's wartime array of 1917 set up
the standard for all future high
powered models.
Without much question this team.
coached by John W Herman, wa?
the strongest in the country at the
time and one of the most powerful
offensive machines ever developed
in college football
I» was the first Tech eleven to
gain nationwide fame as the "Golden
Tornado," rolling up a total of 491
points in winning nine straight
games and winning the distinction
oi being America s highest scoring
aggregation.
The war already had upset college
ranks, but Tech piled up some
amazing scores against strong oppo
sition in going through the season
undefeated. The Tornado smother
ed Pennsylvania. 41 to 0 Washing
ton and Lee by 63-0. steam-rollered
Vanderbilt 83-0 and Tulane 48-0.
then slaughtered the Carlisle Tn
dians 98-0, and wound up the year !
bv running wild against Alabama
Poly. 68-7.
The last victory was especially
noteworthy because Alabama Poly
had held th® Western Conference
chamoions. Ohio State to a score
lcr-. tie.
Bulwarks in th® 1917 Tech lln® j
were Captain Carpenter and Fincher
ar tackles. Phillips at center The
ball-toting aces were Hill, the quar
terback. Strupper and Guyon
The performance of these stal
warts climaxed three straight years
of unbeaten ?o» ball for Heisman
and Georgia Tech It was the "Gol
den Age" of football In Atlanta and
Dixie's first national championship
product. Tech did not occupy such
heights again un»il Captain Pund's
1928 eleven, coached by Bill Alex
ander. swept the gridirons. I
Field of Undefeated Gridiron
Leaders Cut Down Materially
(By The Associated Press)
East—Western Maryland Is the
only team in the section neither
beaten nor tied but Army. Dart
mouth and others look stronger
Army and Dartmouth are unbeaten
but have been tied once. Colgate
and Fordham also rank well to the
top. Each has iost only one game
and that to a foe from another sec
tion. The Yale-Harvard clash is the
headliner for next Satutday.
Western Conference — Northwest
ern is leading with five straight con
ference victories but Michigan can
?ain a tie by whipping Chicago on
Saturday. Purdue, defending cham
pion can clinch third place by beat
ing Indiana. Iowa and Ohio State
helped mid-west prestige by beat
ing Penn State and Pitr Saturday
u'nen Northwestern conquered Wis
consin and Michigan scored over
Minnesota. The Northwestern vs
Nctre Dame clarh this week hrings
together two unbeaten and untied
teams.
Bama and Tuiane
Southern — Alabama and Tuiane!
clone remain in the running and
probably will finish in a deadlock.
Alabama has only Georgia ahead
ar.d Tuiane should account for,
Louisiana State without trouble.
Alabama won its seventh stiaight
ccnferer.ce game Saturday, beating
t . • State. Tuiane surprises
«ith a 25-0 victory over Georgia
Pacific Coast — Washington State j
clinched the conference title by
bratintr Washington. 1-0. Oregon
state eliminated Oregon winning 15
1 in a mild unset. California meets
Stanford in the only big game this
geek.
Rocky Mountain — Utah won the1
[■•inference championship for the
third year in a row by trouncing
Colorado University. 31-0 The Colo
ido Aggies whipped the Utah Ag
gies. 13-0. in the other standout
game. Th« Colorado Aggies mee*
Colorado College in the headline I
contest this Saturday.
Sooner* Tied
Southwest — Texas gave Texas i
Christian its first defeat since 1928
and look's like the most powerful
unit within the conference Texas
Christian, however, can retain the
title by beating Baylor and South
ern Methodist even should Texas de
feat Texas A. At M Southern
Methodist flashed a great passing
stack to down Navy at Annapolis
in an intersectional game.
Big Six — Kansas tangled up the
conference standings b> beating
Oklahoma. 13-0. Oklahoma and
Kansas are now tied in the stand
ings but Missouri and Nebraska,
who fought to a scoreless tie. still
arp In the running, Kansas Aggies
c'efeated Iowa State in the remain
ing conference game, 13-0.
Noted Grappler
AI Karasick, At
Harlingen Today
«Spec4»l to The Herald.*
HARLINGEN Nov. 17—One of
the foremost wTestlers in the ’* li
ed States (see. we haven't our
fingers crossed > will perform here
tonight when Al Karasick, “t/.e
Russian Lion." steps into the ring
with Wildcat Reynolds
Karasick really rates with thn
topnotch bovf He is the be t
wrestler to show in Harlingen with
the exception of Gus Sonnenberg
And he it recorded gentlemen
Karasick would be clad to test his
strength with the famous Gus.
Cowboy Teddy Waters and Jim
Cnffield will open the show
The card opens at 8 p m. in the
Harlingen fair park auditorium.
Texas Fox Hunters
Are Holding Meeting
GROVFTON. Tex . Nov. 17.-,Pi I
-Preparations for the fall hunt
of the Texas Fox and Wolf Hunt
ers Association were planned here
today, as several hundred hunters
and the finest packs of dogs <n
Texas made camp in the woods
near Groveton. The first cast for
fox was planned at down tomorrow.
Dick Elliott of Ranger was select
ed master of hounds C. L. Dupuy
of-Lufkin, president of the As
sociation, and many hunters and
their hounds arrived at the camp
Sunday.
AMATEUR ROW
BEFORE BODY
WASHINGTON. Nov. 17——
Commercialism In amateur sport
and the question of how far to go
in curbing It stood today as the
principal issue before the first gen
eral session cf the forty-second an
nual convention of the National
Amateur Athletic Union.
Already beaten in committee on
one of his proposals calculated to
enforce strict amateurism. President
Avery Brundace of Chicago prepar
ed to earn- the fight to the floor
of the convention
The cons'itutional amendment
proposed by the president, which
me with the legislative committees
rejection yesterday, was aimed at
the practice of "loading up", or re
crui*ing amateur athletes by com
mercial organizations on the eve of
championship events.
Under its terms, an A A. U. ath
lete would be barred from represent
ing such a concern unless he had
been a "bona fide employe" of the
organization for a period of "not
lers than 90 days prior to the date
of competition."
The amendment was understood
to be aimed priaiarl’v at renditions
existing in basketball. Somewhat
to the surnrir,e of its proponents,
definite objection materialized in
the legislative committee. One el
ement held A A U. should nor at
temnt to dictate to this extent,
while other members advanced
count-rprorrs a Is advocating a 60 or
a 30-dav per o^. the discussion end
ing in outright rejection
Loughran Training
For King Levinsky
CHICAGO. Nov. 17.—^—Tom
my Loughran. former world light
heavyweight champion, started
training todav for his 10-round
bout with King Levinsky in the
Chicago Stadium Friday night. As
Otto Von Porat is sailing Wednes
day for Norway. It will be impos
sible for the stadium to go through
with its Loughran-Von Porat®
match next month.
Longhorn has been offered a
match with Jimmy Slattery of
Buffalo, another former light heavy
weight title holder, provided th®
Philadelphian defeats Levinsky.
Floodlights blazing
down on a triumphant figure, .a mighty
arm raised high... while out of the dark
a steady roar acclaims the champion
who proves himself champion still.
One
will always
stand out!
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laurels except by making good—
no cigarette ever won and held
popularity except by deserving it.
Chesterfield stands out as one
cigarette that always gives smokers
what they want...AfILDER and
BETTER TASTE!
MILDNESS—the wholly nat
ural mildness of tobaccos that are
without harshness or bitterness.
S BETTER TASTE—such as only
a cigarette of wholesome purity
^ and better tobaccos can have.

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