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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
STAGE IS ILL SET POLLY AND HER PALS And then aunt Maggie immediately decided she wouldn' HIT. InternatlooAl Mtwi t. T l4L' MAtGlt, I HJ &IRL Aj CAR- pu0-H Ii I a S&SE Tb Do Contestants at Notre Dame Carnival Are Waiting for Referee's Signal. 1 ME 6S0D ! il lJSDAY hKM.G, MAY 21, VJlfi I i 1 .11 r'-.cvTvj mil w . 1 : T I ' J s-t fit 0 Ily Alfrr! .lrninIor. rrrr. pt!y ;: t '' '. k this even ir.s 'nh ICr.-jV- K. ilockric, and I p-n:':' r of t).f f:rt hoxinir carnival t X"tr- I)aiii iiT.i-. -r-ity. will r;tll t:rr.e f 1 r th" !-.; t "f a weil ;r- rnn 'I ro:r.i in. Tb1 participants with -r.f exception ';D;yh-iI their train;:.:: y-lm! iy .1 ftei :i-ion. A li'iml'T f th"m did M'iii" fast rp. rr ir.ir, wfnlr ethers ntered the JO r . i r . . 1 : -r . i f:ik;r,u' a licht workout. Johnny I'v.-rs, ' hook-d as th" h'M'l lir.er f th" e , er.m:r. was th" f-;si"-t man r. th" ampi-v He Jxxed .1 few if. jml-. t""k a lon hik- over th; country r"i'!s. ar.d in ronclu fion re k-wed sonic of the r-oxintc r.otr.o.ls ';-', ly Parfcey McFarland. (Li rip'-ro as opponent. "Tf Pound' (' all.ih'-r. the pnde Of AV-wsh hal!, did n-.r rot. In th reeie.it:on rfm "f Walsh hall h hal a si:r !kr'it 'nistin4 of if rour.'ls and sh u'ow boxing. Students from J-ojh C r y an-1 Walsh halls VV.l attend th'- i-n-.it in a !.--ly and Will vox, f-s-p'-cially thir two favorites. Towers an-1 (Ia!lachr. Iric'' th I". S. army ofü'.'ials have takn Mjrh a fif-rideil t-tarM In f;ior of th? manly art of s i f lf fen-. n.any f -hoo!s an 1 rollcs which hiv formally l'.okd upon this ! ranch of .cprf .a? a r'!ir of har rariiM. aro now K'-rornin tho most Tttiiusia tir s ipport' rs tt th ame. Notr Iani, alway a lnvf-r of olan sport, li',irtily approwd ff th tro -rnment'.s attitude toward hexing. It l.-i thr opini in of 'a Ito-knf that boxinc: ,crips th- rompetitor an opporfanity to -tM,iv coordination In the i:-o of the hayonet. Taking I'nuland as th r!iteri"n of the popularity of sports amnc; the l-ni:lih speaking people. It is an undenied faet that many of the Mristorrats of that rouutry. iprlad Jn women, attend hoxinic carnivals whenever th-se are staged. In the xario'as army tantonments thTe are a numher of former hoxers wlio ,are instructing' the rookit-s in the art t self lefense. One of the fUhtln generals recnt lr remarked: "A soldier wlin fan t:.s:ht with his lists is tetter o -aliflod to fiht with a hayonet." Si:ch is the epitome hi a nutshell. .Vn longer n: i' th- professional iiK-r. shield their interf? in a hoxinz content. It is a fport whieh calls forth all the primal qualities in a man. It de elrf.s hi, muscles. hi mind, it makes man healthier and better In ery way. In hoi,2r the competi tor if hound to ue keen jadsment In onlcr to win a decision over his Opponent. PIRATES TAKE OPENING GAME FROM PHILLIES riTT?r.i:i:r,Ti. r,.. May :i. The T'hiLulelphia Nationals made their t.rjt appearance of the season here Monday and were defeated by Pitts burgh .". to 1. Cooper, in the box for the home tram, held the visitors ife oa eot in the sixth innin?, when th'-y banched hits and scored their only run. Prenderuat started on the moan.1, for Philadelphia but was bit hard and was repl iced in the fifth by Wat.-on. who held the home team to two hits f'r the remainder of th" cranio. Score: Philad-dphli . f'MO net nnn 1 5 Pittsoü! -h . . . 2 1 1 ' ( c ! a OA" ." 11 1 i'rendertM st. Watsott and I.urns; Copper and Archer. .irsT a uiTMiNTr:n to rare for your furs darins the Flimmer. Our facilities for Stora.ce and expert treatment of your furs are the 1 est. Charges very small Repairing r.r.d remodeling at special prices now. H Clreentil itt. Furrier. m. 1SC0. 232 S. Michigan st. Advt. MARCH TO VICTORY Couraf is a matter of the blonii. iVithoat sod reel blood a man has' 3 rak h.?art and poor nc-rve. In the prinj; is the be?t time to Uke ftock of one's condition. If the blooj is thin and watery, face pale or E imply, peurrally weak, tired and stlfs3, one should take a spring tome. One that will do the epr;n hor.se Cleaninj, an o!d-fa?h:opevl herbal rem edy that wm used by evervbodv nearly 50 year? a-o i? äll sate and fane because it contains no alcohol or nar cotic. It is made up of HIockI root, Golden Seal iort, Oregon (irape root, Queen'a rot. Stone root. Black Cherry bark extracted with plycerine and made into liquid or tablets. This blood tonic nas first put out by Dr. Pierce in ready-to-u? form and fince ihea has been pold by million bottic? fci Dr. Pierce's (ioldea Medical D.scov pry. If drnpgist ilo r. u keep this in tab let form, ftr.d t) cents tir a v.al to Dr. P:erce', Invalids' Hotel, Puffalo, N. Y. . Kidney disease carrier aw.iv a lar percentage of our people. Wr.at is to Be done1 The ar.uer is eaay. Kat less meat, eat coar?e. plain t'.wi, wlh p'.er.tv of vegetable?, drink plenty r.f w a'n between rnalj. and take an uric acid solvent after meal" for a while, s ich a Anurc (double ftrenth), obtainable at almost any dru store. It was tirst d:iCoered by Dr. Pierce. Most everv one troubled w:th uric acid tindi that Anuric dissolves the unc acid as hot jrater. does sugar. You can obtain x trial package by pending ten cents to Doctor Pierce's Invalids' Hotel anj fcarzicaJ Institut in Buiiaio, it. Y. 1 j r--r. Yt TO USE "SHORT Country Club Golf Committee Changes Rules Prepare New Score Cards. Ily William K. (.riiuni. The "short hole" i-stem of al lotting handicap strokes will b" used a the South liend Country club this year, and probably per manently, it was decided at a meet ing of the golf committee, held yesterday afternoon at the Oliwr hotel. This s stern has been tried oat by no less, than luu olf clubs in the United States, some of which have compiled statistics upon the three methods, the ' lon hole," "short hole," and "holes to start" sys tem. The chosen system is believ ed to be the fairest of the three. A change was made also in the rul"s ko rrnir.K the fob tourna ment. This charge will not be permanent, however, but will re mian only until the tournament is r mnini; smoothly. As announced some days ago, the live first men in classes K, I), and C may chal 1"! rie into lower classes, but only 1 l can challenge A-K.. as before. The held, which has heretofore been limited in its ability to chal lenge, can challenge any of the five Ijwest that is K 11. 1 M. 14 or 10. This ruling may be kept perma nently. .New Oi mis for May ::o. A new score card was presented for approval, and a few changes were made. The new cards. de signed for the new system of han dicaps, will be available for the opening day. May 00. Details of the jrolf tournament rT Memorial day were completed. The tournament is to be a tla tournament, each contestant beins i;iven a t!a which bears his name. Karh entrant will be assigned his handicap, plus par of the course, and will proceed to play. When he has taken his last allotted stroke, he will plant his tla where his ball comes t rest. The Hau nearest the last hole will be that of the winner. Thrift ami War Savings stamps are tr he piven as prizes. A polf ball started is to be pro cured for the first tee, according to the decision of the golf committee. This will eliminate all trouble in starting matches when the course is crowded. IP COPS EXTRA Doubles, Triples, and Steals! Home, Winning Game for Mackmen. PÜ1LAI 'KLPHIA. Pa.. M iv :l. Wit!, two out and the bases full in thf 14th innir.g Mt.ud.iy. Kp; f th'- Athleti'-s, s'ole h.otne. heating I'ctrdt to 4. He h.id leachevl thiid op a i'.iss, a stc.il ar.d lard ner"s sin.Ie. K"pl h. d a lug day. a triple in th- first inning hlossoning into a run. He also had a double in the second. Seote: Petr'.'it . 0 0 01 1 """" P'l 0 1 ! 2 Poila 1 0 1 IM.'.l fMV. 101 Ol . 14 and Spencer; Myers and Paus Mc.W ov IjIT auciiii: no it. If your autOHiutlle needs trhn ming let Archie do It. He knows hew. He is up on all branches l trimming Taking out dents in body or fenders. P.oco-.erin' tops, mak- ! infr ne'.v ic?, hood ccers. Placing rew lights in your automobile cur j tnirs. etc. Archie. Thr- Auto Trim ! nir. Formerly with Colfax Xlf-. t Co. Now at J17 South Main rt. j Pe'.l rhor.o Zi. Advt, srr.hs that srccr.i:n. When you so to the trouble cf miking a vegetable carden you very naturally expert satisfactory results tlO'"d .--Tds are the important factor In rrtlen plar.tlnc. We hae hardy icift.th'p .--fds of e ery variety. 5Mit.il !e for this particular climate. A!so lowers and field seeds. The Wesley id Hier Tlour and Feed Co., 420 S. Michigan. Phones: Home 5056; ell Advt. 0 "MV IIIiBALLGl League Standings i AMtKK A.N LKAOl E W L. IV t. Uoston i: In .iVi lii'-.ik'o 11 11 ..Vn) i N-v Y rk 1" b. -V- I 'lei l.,n l ir, 14 .."17 j s'f I.oiiis U l:; .41 W'jisliltitun 1.". 15 4H4 Philadelphia 1U lä . 144 I lntn.it 7 If. .:: .NATIONAL LK(iti:. 1 New Yirk -1 7 .T."a j ' Id. a' i 17 pt c.".i I iiK inu.itl is p: ..",sj ' I'ittsl.iii-li 1:: ir; .r,on Phil.oleij.ida 11 1. .4-J.'. Ie.t Hi ia is .:?.c, ; t. P.. uis m n; .:;s4 I'.rnoLIyii 10 p; ' A.MKKIC'A.V AXXH I ATI N. 1 I.'onvilic i :, h i Milw aukee 2 ä .7tü i IiMibüiapeiii la C X. Kaif.m City p ' .C.Jä I n in 1 11 h ; t 001) St. Paul ; p .;7.i Tded' .; 14 .17; .Minueupoli a n . 17; I MO.NDAV SCnilKS, iiirinn I.ranur. hi:i'o New York Z St. Louis 4: Vishim;toii 2. Ietr it 4; Plii l.olel phia Ö (14 inni'j8.) leveiaul 1; P.osfon 11. National Iat;u. l'.oston l'; Cincinnati ä. I'.r.iklyn ."; Pliieapro New York : St LouN .1 Pl.iladel.lii;i 1; IMttsl.iirjrli ". .nri an Ahm iution. PehKubus .: Ii: 1. Milwaukee 2: 7: 3. IriU.tii:ijM.U 1'; 1. St. P:iul 4: tl; 1 Tm!,m.. 1; 7: 1 Kans;o Citv 0; i'l; '2. Louisville Sunday t. and Minneapolis (played GA.Ml.s TODAY. American "llleaco at New York. St. Louis nt Washington. Petrnit at Philad.'l)hia. Cleveland at Hosten. Nutioniil Ieagu. Poston at Cim innati. Hrooklyn at Chicago. New York at St. Lni. Philadelphia at PitHburg'i American AiHocbition. Copimhus nt .Milwaukee. Toledo at Kansas 'ity. I ltd i anapolis at St. Paul. Louisville at Minneapolis. SANDERS GETS Defeats Ernest Keene in Re turn Hazard Game Last Night. lly Hol MtAulifTc. Chet Sanders, representing Na luicht's room, came back and goi .sweet revenge on lernest Keene of the Golden Mann room, last night in the regular league pame of the South Pend-Mishawaka tourna ment. The final score was tö to r7. It was just a week ago last night that Sanders, who was up to that time had not been defeated, fell before the blond youth from over the rier. Last night the order was reversed, and Keene suffered his itst defeat. The largest crowd which hail yet attended a league game witnessed the exhibition, many of the billiard enthusiasts be ing turned away. Sanders got away to a flying -mrf. and was neer overtaken. Plaung cool, consistent billiards, he pocketed all the 'calls which became separated from the bunch and then played the oid oii. Several times during the eame Sanders gained the applause of the spectators by extricating himself from tight po sitions. His draw stroke was in perfect working order. and his judgment of speed was almost un canny. He took no unnecessary chances on break shots. but was content with gathering in the loose ones, which he accomplished in a style that would do credit to a pro fessional. These two lads have plenty of followers, and with a game apiece to their credit, the next game will be for blood. Rowley of Mclnerny - Warner'?. will play Sanders to-nuht at the Nabbht r'om, the pame s-tarting promptly at s p. m. At Mi.-hawak.i. Churchill repre sent icg .Timmie v Goat, defeated Fisher rcpreser.IIng Westwall S.juil'b !v set) re of 1 o to r-h . Churchill tre flown the house with a run i f 'l in which he 'nade seen hank shots. AR I" YOr IXX1KIXG. For fine picture framing work that requires special treatment? Take it to Bagby Co.. 13S "lichlcan it. Their speciality is thl c'ass of work. They -.arry a full Mne of .-and carved frames and mouidlnss. J"he kind that pleases particular people. Also Eastman's films. Kcxo camera and films. Soring .!me Is camein time. Advt SWEET REVENG :-.- P - R0Ulr-d in II S P VARSITY LEAVES Twelve Players Including Boland May Work. Boland May Work. Ity C'lias. . Call. Twelve gold and blue baseball players, together with Coach Jesse C. Harper, will leave early this morning to play two games in the state of Icwa. This afternoon, train conneetiors not to the contrary, they will be in Iaenport to face the strong Ambrose college team, and on Wednesday afternoon the University of Iowa team will be played a return game at Iowa City. The players to make the western jaunt are: Capt. Wolf, Sjoberg. Phil bin. Fitzgerald. Andres, Halloran, Poland, Lavery, Murray, Rader, Par ry and Morgan. Coach Harper would make no comment on his choice of the Xotre Dame boxmen against St. Ambrose this afternoon other than to remark. "I think it may be Lavery." It is safe to say that Murray will be ! saved for the game with Iowa on Wednesday. Despite the fact that the lowahs beat him on Cartier - I lield last Friday afternoon he look- ed mighty good against tnem. ami j had he received a little better sup- j nort he might have beaten them, j With Murray slated for the Wed nesduv irame it means that the I twirler of this afternoon will be either La very or Boland. j Poland has not yet had a chance : in the box during a regular sched uled game. Lavery has. Iavery ' eat Pose Poly in the first grime of the season, hut ha?, had little oppor tunity to show his worth since as Murray has done most of the box work. Poland is essentially a warm weather pitcher. He has little or no success when the day is cold. If the temperature is at a good height when the team reaches Davenport Harper may change his mind and use Boland in place of Lavery. The one who shows the most stuff while warming up will probably get the assignment. Notre Dame is particularly anx ious to avenge the 2 to 1 defeat forced on them by the University of Iowa club last Friday. The hance comes Wednesday. Pat Murray s out to humble the only aggregation that has won from him this season. If Iiis teammates can secure a few more runs than they did for him last week Notre Dame is pretty sure to win the battle. Purdue Here Saturday. The next home game on the Notre Dame schedule Is with Pur.li Saturday afternoon. Incidentally it is the last opportunity of seeing the gold and blue squad in action this vear. Following the game with tiii-vint.-orvi tVie loonl tram I winds up what has been a very suc cessful reason with games with the University of Michigan at Ann Ar bor on June 7 and S. REDS BUNCH HITS AND DEFEAT BRAVES CINCINNATI. O.. May I'l. --Cincinnati luinolied six clean hits off Casun in th fifth itmins Minnl-iy janrl easily defeated H'stm Toiu-y ! pitcho! airtight hall unil his team had the victory well in hand, when he let down a little and .the T.-is-tons scored two runs late in the con test. Tonoy's pitching was a fea ture. Score: Hoston noo ono to: -j ß n Cincinnati one 040 inr, 2 Racmn. Canavan atnl Wil-on; Tor.ey and Wnco. AIAVAVS OX TTMi:. the man who buys one of our rtand.ard makes of watches. This lewelry store has established a rep utation for having the most reliable watches made, and years of exper- '.r.ee where the1 utmost accuracy In watches is demanded qtialies j fo know what a good watch Is and hov to repair and adjust It to your 'atlsfactlon 13 to 25 discount on vatches this month. Chaa. M. ?chuell. 218 South Michigan st. Adn. SYSI1..M .l llrK. Card indexes are invaluable to: business and professional men. Let .s demonstrate how you can ellm nate unnecessary- lator by slmpll yir.fr details. We have complete ndexes and fllinc deJces of the most approved kind. Tell us your problem and we will suggest Indet systems cspeciill adapted to your purpose. The Heir Si. Herr Co.. Ill "V. Washington av. Adv. I STA - - fCX' - Peterson Ties Mclnerny and Warner Score The hazard tournament sanies of the South Pend-Mishawaka pocket billiard league were played at Gold en Mann's room on S. Michigan st. from noon till midnight yesterday, with the exception of one hour, which was devoted to the regular league game. At the start of the hazard tourna ment K. Murphy was holding high score with F. Hammond was second with 57, and lied Waulen third with 58. These scores were attacked by many men throughout the day, with the result that II. Peterson of Mclnerny and Warner tied Murphy's score of 62, made an other of 60, which latter scote was tied by C. Dahlgren. Just before closing time Fred llammond looked in and got a hunch. He selected a heay cue and on his third attempt chalked up a 4 mark, which stands as the record in this tournament. The hazard tournament consists in H plaer taking; ten shots in the reg ular rotation ame; after that the number of points are counted and the man who has the most number is declared winner. In this manner a mere novice stands practically as good a chance as an expert, being mostly a matter of luck. This style of play gets the attention of most of the mediocre players. GÜBS LOSE FIRST Chief Meyers Gets Home Run When Ball Bounds Over the Fence. CHICAGO, May 21.- Timely hit ting, which included Wheat's double and Myers' home run. following an error by Hollocher, gave Brooklyn a commanding lead over Chicago Monday and the visitors won tho first tame of the series.. 5 to 2. Walker, who started for the locals, was driven off the mound following Wheat's double. Myers, the first man to face Carter, 'made his home run drie when the ball bounded over the left field fence. Score: Brooklyn ....400 001 000 & 10 0 Chicago 101 000 000 2 S 2 Marquard and Kruegtr; Walker. Carter, Weaver and Killifer. BUFFALO MOTH, BLD BUG MOTH POISON, Sure Kill. ?,7,r a bottle At-Coonley's. Adv. 1 IT MOTHERS Be sure and attend the 10 per cent dis count sale in children's Dept. Wednesday. 10 per cent discount on anything in children's Dept. Vernon Clothing Co P. S: We must make Wednesday a big day mka S SL Schocker. Cardinal Pitcher. Downs Senators Before Joining Army. WASHINGTON. May i'l. Shock er pitched St. Louis to a 4 to J vic tory over Washington here Monday in his last gamo before joining the national army. Washington used up 13 players in a ain attempt at victory. Gedeon's three hits, a single, double and triple, sent home three of St. Louis' runs. Score: St. Louis (02 100 001 4 1 2 1 Washington ..( 00 000 2002 4 1 Shocker and Nunamaker; Harper, Craft and Ainsmith. Caev. WILLIAMS HURLS SOX TO WIN OVER YANKEES NKW YORK. May 21. The cago White Sox Monday won first game of the season in York, defeating the Yankees, 6 Williams, Chicaco left hander. New York to six scattered hits Chi their New to 2. held The world champions did not waste a hit, bunching their 1( in the four scoring innings. No New York out fielder caught a iy during the game but the Yanks made 25 assists. The score: Chicago O01 "on on 10 1 New York . . . .000 000 1102 6 2 Williams and Schalk; Love, Mo gridrze. Russell and Hannah. RED SOX HAMMER TWO INDIAN PITCHERS . BOSTON. May 21. Boston ham mered Bagby for seven runs on six hits and Speaker's error in the fifth inning Monday. Groom finished for the visitors and was hit freely. Bos ton won. 11 to 1. Boston hit 16 safeties for a total of 2 4 bases. Mays hld Cleveland to five hits. In the eighth he hit Speaker squarely on top of the head. The latte- did not collapse, but ran the bases Score: Cleveland . . . 000 00 1 O00 1 5 1 Boston 00C C20 22 11 16 0 Bagby. Groom and O'Neill; Mays and Schanc. TURN" AVI) JAKJK The Buick Valve-In-Head Ave pas senger touring ear E-Six-45 la a motor car that attracts attention everywhere. There Is an indescrib able something so clearly reflecting the true character and aristocratic Individuality of the Bulck design that everyone turns and looks. It Is a car with reflnefl body details. On exhibition at the Twentieth Century Garage. Adv. in children! Dept. et in the ÄF äst m well dressed circle What Nuxated Iron ist Made 1 From Sworn Stitcnut of CoBpcsitjca ct Its Fcrccla It incree the trengtS and endurance of delicate, ner TOui, run-down folk in two weck' time in many instance. The Board of Directors have authorirrl the broadest publication of thr sworn statement of the composition of Nuxatri Iron, one of the most wj.jclr ued tonic, strength and blood builders in the orli, so that the public may examine it for tbeir.?elves and judge a to its merit. It is conservatively estimated that this remarkable formula is now hemp used by over 3,000,000 people annually in America alcne. Among those who have used and strongly endorse it are many physicians formerly connected wttn wea-known nos- fitals. former I'nited States Senators. Vice 'residential Nominee Charle A. IWne. former members of Congre: di5ttngm.-h d V. S. Army Generals (Xetire.i . Ju-!(ce Atkinsonof the United State-Ccurtt f Claims at Washineton and Former Health Commis sioner Kerr of Chicago. papers rv r-, H everywner e 1 iri invited r to copy thisfVrU-V" for the ben-ty r; ent of ineir f , reader A 1 . is suggested j- c .7 1 that physic- j i " s record of itj- C'-i-f-- y . . and keep it f s . in their of fice so that they may intelligently answer ques tions of pa rents con- Df A j Newman, lata Pallea crming It. Surgeon e! the City of Chleaae, Evervbod y 1rmr Hau Surgaan Jaffa raan is advised Park Haapltal, Chlcaga to cut It out and keep it. A copy of the actual n statement will le sent to any one sworn who desires such. It is as follows: iron Petonate (Special specthc Standard) Quantity given below. Sodium (ilycero- phosphates U.S. P. iMoi.santo.) Calcium Glycerophosphates U.S. P. (Monsanto.) P. E. Nux Vomica U.S. P. Cascarin Bit- ter. Magnesium Carbonate. Po. Ginger LT.S.P. Oil Lassia Linnamon j .r. cal cium Carbonate Precip. U.S. P. Each dose of two tablets of Nuxated Iron contains one and cne-half grains ot organic iron in the form of iro specific standard sesse sunerior iron peptonate of a special . ard which in our opinion po- or Qualities to any other Lnnun form ot iron. By using other makes of Iron Teptonate we could have Ptheame Qut.ty of actual iron in tne ta&ieis at less im wur . uaw.. ... cost to us. and by using metal! c iron we u i o msmn'xtirrl the ame thins - 1 jSold In thla city by Wettlck g Cut Kate Drug tore. INSPECTION mm Keep your shoes neat . 'fl J vr? r n i -i f S J j j I I : -.1 rl Ji t' 'A I r '-i tUULl3 LT VLjU LIQUIDS AND PASTES. FOR BLACK, WHITE, TAN, DARK DROWN OR OX-BLOOD SHOES. PRESERVETHE LEATHER. Tka F. F. DAlLIT CORPORAriONS. LIMITED. BUFFALO. N. T. The United States Government Urges you to raise lots of poultry. We are doing our part by selling poul try feeds that will pro duce more eggs, or more growth. You get more tor your money when you buy Purina feeds. ARTIFICIAL IGE COMPANY 535 N. Eimerick St. Dont say you saw It In the nevspaper. Say News-Times. t tV.an cr.e-twtlfth the cot; tut by so d.: t must have rost ot'.v. in: aire 1 their therar-utic '.';ciev. Glycero; hrs; hatrs ued inN'.a( Ihm t one of the n-.ot exp-eiun e t ;.c irk--r.J r rs known. It :s fv; cc:..!'v r-- - t r , i t bu.ld up the nerve fore a:, i th-rr' - in crease brain power, as p'-. cm-V. ha'ev are sa: i t-- cont,,.n rh r. : m a - very simi' ir t th -n -..-h 1 1 : :r. i in the re; e and tra r. ct'.'.i cf '.nr.. As vi" e cc(n fr"! rv." ? 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