McMurry War Whoop (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 18, Ed. 1, Saturday, February 9, 1935 Page: 3 of 4
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Saturday February 9 1035
THE McMURRY WAR WHOOP
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Tribe Swamped 1
By Hill Billies
King However Is lilgll
Point Man Wih 20
The wild shooting 11 ill IMbes
from Daniel Hnkei lound their
stride never to lose it as
swamped the fightirg Hi axes
the Indian losoixntton b the
of Ol-.lfl Wednesday night.
Th Hill Millies iniM-il long
with n snappy passing gam
forge al ead of the India's
to lose their lead.
As the (jame ptoRiessed the Hill
Billies seemed to connect with all
of their lone distance shots. Ilmi
the Billies changi'il thou attirk to
a fast passing game to slip in nu.
merous crips and boost then bad.
McDatv'el McCuidy and Monis of
the Billies were the pitnciple cigs
in the Meyer's men's toiint spree
HoVcer King of the Imliuis
walked off xxith high sco-nig lion
ors as he amassed a total of e ght
ficU goals and four gialis tluoxx
for a final count of 'JO points
King's one hand shot xxeie osp
cially effectixe at lorg ian o
throughout the melee.
The half time scoie stood at .5J-
- 19 hut as the scioniL chucke- xxas
Wider xvay the Billies staged a
rally that put them further in the
Harlrss and Foi roll of tin In-
dians xoie ejected on peisonal
fouls while McCu-dy of Diniel
Baker was ousted.
The Indians plav Hie Southwest
ern Pirates Satin clay night
conference melee in the McMunx
PVkrlll fUrrinrr affr
B) Colle-ro Nexxs Serxice
NEW YOBK Fib. 1 Statistical
proof that fi.otvall is i.ip'dlv be-
coming a safer game was shown
this week hen a national surxev
- revealed football fatalities to be
reduced to onc-hn!f the high mark
The survey shows 2f! deaths thi
fall attributable to football as com-
pared to 50 in 1011. 88 in 1032 n'ld
36 last year. They aie segregated
College one; h'gh school
sandlot six; club three.
The decrease in fatalities xn
laid by officials to cnuntiy-xxide
changes in rules and legulatinns of
the game and better suporxision bv
colleges and propaiatoiy school
following the tragic death of Cadit
Dick Sheridan. West Point dd. in
Classified as to type of play in
which Injuries we'e incuued eight
received fatal injuiies in making
A tackles one ii blocking nnd four
r in being tackled. Information :s
lacking in other cases.
For the first time since Warden
Lewis E. Lawes of Sng Sing in-
troduced the game us part of ptis-
on routine a prisoner in a state in
stitution is l!stcd among the fa-
talities this year. John Davulduko.
of tho Connecticut State prison at
Hartford died October 14 f-oin a
skull fracture received in a game
- with an outside team.
Every fire has a definite cause
and usually a small beginning
just as every epidemic of disease
has its origin in a single case. son was lecently thrown out of wear department. In this depart- and is assisting in the nady-to-Texs
State Supt. of Health. court on a technicality. ment also are Mrs. Bob Atkins and wear department.
ll HOW AIM) HI 'I I l'.K
This has been n busy week in the day niKlit and ndmlnistoiod the
Texas conference with II gnnips
scheduled. Ucnl loams have hml
thei shaie with n conferenre g-imo
' i'ir plnoil licrt oti niirht. Ian
hi nanci rami i is meeting A. r
C. Mnndax night. Ilnrdin-Simmois
Tiiosd.ix night and MoMniiy Weil.
no'dnx night. Southwestern fol
lew nl phrjlng A. C. C Tlnnsda.x
night llir-din-Simmons l"iuln
n uht and will end theii st.ix
against mil Indians tonight
Daniel llakct's isil was fai Horn
successful. The Hill llillies e.ime
I eio xxith an undefeated team hax-
ing piexiouslx U'liten Timily. "l-
t() and A. C (. . atl-'Jh. The Wild-
eats ncnt;cd the eailic- defeat
vxhen they took the measure of the
llillies Monday niuht to the tune
of :i"-2it. The net night the Goats
till befoio the attack of the ll.n-
ilin-hinimmis Cowbajs IS to 4 5.
Slung by these setbacks the Hill
Hilbes plaxod r.n liispned game
against the Indians to win b a
score of fit ay. They came to Abi.
lone loostmg in first place with
two wins to no defeats but de-
p.iitul fo- home in a to foi third
place with Trinity with tin ee wins
and two losses. The aie still
stiong contendiis for the eh mi
pio-iship xxith a xxell-bal.uued teilu
skilled in all departments of the
game. McDa'niel. McCuul.x. an!
Momis aie thiee of the best foi-
xxards in the confeience xxhile II.u
ris is one of the tallest and lx-t
ii the circuit.
Haidm-S mnions pullul a fast
one on the lest of the tonfororce
when they wailed until after mid-
semostoi to open then official race
in older for two of theii men to
become eligible. They .seem to
haxe the idea that they can't play
without a McCillum in the line-up
and Sam McCollum the fourth of
the McCollum family to giace the
Ha-din-Simmons roster is now
eligible. The other leciuit is Bob
' Gloxer (5 foot
fiom John Tailcton.
The Coxxbovs lieirnii the -ncn Mm
' dav liicrht hv ioumpvinir to Itrnxxn.
wood and defeating the Howard
Payne Yellow Jackets 40 to :il.
Gloxoi and McCollum lixed up to
expectations but Benson und Har -
ris forxxauH proved to be the
chief offensixe in the Cowboy ma-
chine. The Handlers then met Dan-
iel Bakei in the home corral Tues-
Some BojLike College
Bj College News Serxice
LOS ANGKLES. Feb. 1 Do
mantling that his wealthy fathii
send him to college Iixing Boons
10 this xxeek had filed a .suit in
f.. 1 no A nmiln c.n. ...... .1
H "" - ...iLifci auiiui .null
ngamst Harry Bennett :enl estate
lealet also known as Hany Boms
. . .... ..
The '"uth snte(1 hl! father re-
peatedly ptomised to int.ill him In
college and defray his expenses. He
estimated his fathe V financial
worth at moie than $100 000 and
stated he had an income of about
?2000 a month Be asked foi an
allowance of $250 a month for his
support and education.
A v uv fmilVU 11V 111(14 f til 4 It. L Ilk
hitrh school r-dit. to ..milib. liim
to enter college an 1. according to
his comp'aint his father sent him
triinsnnrt.iiiim in . nmn t.m fr.
New York and accompanied him to
the UiiixerMty of California at Los'
Angeles wheic the boy applied for.
admission a' a student. Iitr the
father told the son he xxnuld neith-
er send htm to college nor support
him it xxas alLgcd
A similar suit brought by the
Hill Hlllios their first detent 4S-
4 1. The Oiwliojs met the South.
wcxUmU l'nates last night In in
important game as tl ese two
teams nio loading 'he coiifotoneo.
Soullixxctc"! U. lost llieh fust
confciemo ganu of the enson
Thursil ix night when tl ox weiodo
feateil b.x A. C 0 2S to St. The
l'nates with a veteran team ale
making a strong bid foi the elnm
pionsHp. Thi.x liiue sj letlei me i
on Hie squad including Hkos nn-
tain and i ohahl.x the best gunid
in the eonfeienoe Define coming
to Abilene lhe Ind font sti.nght
wins to then eiedit. and tl ox met
Hatdin-Siiimions last ntirhi
ciucinl tost but the Hsults xxe-e
unktioxxn when this paper xxent to
Tnnity Unixeisity a rexx mem
hoi m the conference is making a
better shoxxing llan was expeclol.
The Tige -s aie in a tie foi fourth
place xxith Daniel Bikei with thue
xiclories a id txvo lo-0s. McMuii.x
Howard I'a.xne and Austin College
are tied foi fifth place. The In-
dians haxc one xicuiix- ani tw 3
losses. whiU the Yellow Jackets HS d.xnamio .uul anuisinr a- slio i-
and the K.mga-oos haxe each won """l '1 "1M-1 K T-ikon nil i
two :uid lost f oin St Kdwald'sU. lho homc "' ' "''dh-.igi.d hulu
is oocupxmg the cellai slot with
one xx in against fixe defeats
The standing of the teams not
including the Southwestein-Sim.
mens game last night is as fol-
A. C C.
Howaid I'.ixne 2
St. Kdw aid's 1 !
I Nct week will find the Indian
in Broxxnwood xxherx- they xx 11 nice
Howard Payne Moiid.i night and
I Daniel Baker Tuesday night. The
!).. I. .. l..t. iin.r.i !.
nnnn tlo . -io n i i ' ..
repeat. They xx ill then return home
to moot Austin College here on
Thmsday night. The Medlenen
' troumed the Kangaroos twice last
year 80-14 and Gl-oO
ain't no more
all folks. Thei
Sexen ye.us ago W H (Harry)
Minor came hue fiom Wichita
Falls to optn a ladies' icadj-ti-
wear stole. The ioiice-n was op-i-
ated until Hill during which time
stores xxeie opened also in Big
C5. ..'... n .1 T)... ..1 Tl. 41.!
0'l H .till 1)1 U II I'llll I III: llll
lenu stoie was moxtd to Temple
and operated fo- thue xears.
Iast Jart1' ' s1""e "'s oved
back to bilene and opened on Pine
StIoot S.tuida -Minoi's moxed in.
to mw location 10li Pine St-ect.
j)w building front west on Pine
naj )ten uimiped osp.i allx- for
c ncw business with nexx- aiid at
tiactix-e displiv xximiow luck-
Krounds pioxldcd espcciallv foi f'e
display ot ladio wearing and sh es.
The fixtures nioxid f-om M11101N
fwmei lncat on likewise xx ere done
" '" I)0"s htte and black to
Klve he rCW stoc " n"ro spiignt-
ly anu u p-io-iiaie appearance a
such '" s'' ' rcut was on nnnu
for firat knowing at Satuiday's
I The shoe depntment was
op-red under Joe Glickman's mm-
agement with a complottlv new
Btnek of shoes en bund Assting
Mr Mip i in the business ure M-t.
Minor in ihnr-e of the ready-to
Gret Moore in "One Night ol
Love" A Columbia Picture
Cominc to the Paramount Tltealcr
Sundax and Mond ix
List times tod.u KKO-Uulio'
film xei-sion of I M Montgomoix's
famous mix el "Anno of (iioci
The pictuio .Vanning sivU'on-yi'ar-old
Anne Sbnlej comenis a
led hai:ed mphan heioine who is
"r mid spinier biother and MM i
xxho had expected the oipliaing
send them a box. she win- then
henits and t'unsfoims llmr lixo .
While doing so how ox or she man-
ages to get into nun a lnium-
" nno of C.'ioii dables" has bo. -i
(1 m the top lank of boM-sollci i ox el
j for the past 'tf! xoais more than i
3 million copies of the book lux ing
o boon sold in the United States and
Canada. H has also been tunieii-
2 doiHx' popular abroad (5eoigi
4 Nlcholls. J-. dmcted.
j Coming Sund ix and Mond.ix i
r1 the Paramount that gic itest of all
musical shoxxs "One Night of
Ijove." staii.ng G aco Mooio of
the Metropolitan open in Now
York Cilv. This picline was gixin
four stais b the Libert M.ig.i7in
and has been "atcd as the best of
musical shoxxs by all the lust
""'is"1- This operatic picture was
P oIucttl l the Columbia Puline
forpoiation pioducois of some of
tho btst l"i tires in cinema histoi.x.
Iney are at it again those two
fighting men last son in "Hole
Conies the N.xy." Now xxe see
them in then "supu-.suiccssoi" to
"Hero Conu-s the Nax.x " Janus
agney nnd Pat O'Hneii in "Dox.l
Dogs of the An." A putmo of the
marines on the sea I ind and xx it i.
I They fight oxir the same gill
' Margaret Lindsov. nnd she has to
bilng them to their s ses. 'I ho
picture is filled wit action fiom
aVat t() fnish s0 0.t f t M(
or)... r)(1Ls .f tlu Ai .. ..
t.siv ! w ips.i.h IM.riui
Winter Places Saft
Stock On Sale In
.The Basement Store
Mintcr Dry Goods Company this
.xeck announced the purchase of tl e
Saft Dry Goods Company stock.
The moThiind so has been moxoil In
Minter's basement store where it is
mw nl. at wilntsue ril0
iidxf.-tiscil on another n itri? of this
Sae of hc
stock including many
good xnlues in clothing and piece
imniU nnia this mm nine? tl mmt-
Mrs. Kxelxn Willis Mr It S
Minor is in charge of alteiatuns
1 In collected sioie of the
M. Minn (V bi.skottull gain.'
lands as t( til inslend of liMil
I hi 1 1 I In Id goal was made h
bug bnl w is indited to Hill
111. eteinn Wildcat quint'
staged n 1 i-l -tn 7ii mllx to i-me i
u til ell- oei I lie light ill). Iti.ix s
hx a I point limp in I'udix unlit
in the fust intl.i-eitx clash of th
si nson Tin Indians pi ex tons to
thK game Ind won th 1 M III e
com sts w.lh the Wildcats and all
In a tlnoe in.nt maigu. (5s '-..
II -is; B7-RH
Teroll legistoi.d no.il.x a thud
ofth Indian ...... kcis as bo ag
.s.1 of the boxs wont out to
mo the 11.11 15.ll.es and Cowb.xs
tangle tleotho light Thox tin-
glod all light it would leni.ml
one of a put.x fan xx ostbng
match with a little tackling tin..
in. and.i coti'osi ioseewlmhsil
could fall down lb.' gioato I nun
b" of times l-.xen old Meek
thought tli. x milhd that evhib.ti
of b.tmg the liaidwaie moio than
King was ho hot minibei agauiM
the Hill Billies lU( exin lis JD
points didn't b' ng us iie.-ii the Dan
lei Bake boxs' total King dr
plaxid a iiko x.untx of olio haul
slmlw nil li. 1 1... sr.ii. m.ivt .f
The Bilbos seem to pingiess as
thox- nut c.irh fixe 111 Miilene
Against the ("its thox m-oiii 1 s do
and weio unable to get 'inxxxlun
ne.n the goal. Thox xx.i mod up
against the Coxx hints and took i
Im- b ating of IS-I! which tin
-o'llly should luxe won Thill fin
allx against tl o I "di ins it i t
wasn't in tlnii to miss
lohnnx l!i tokshiii
bik Hull and fool lull st.n Ins
withd awn fiom sliiil. Gentle-
man Jim will miss hnn gioillx but
Ins place oil the fiosh quintet Is
it - izatjy
Wc Ii.ivp t larx;' vaiii'ty
of Valentine priced at
3 for 5c 5c 10c 15-.
25c 35c 50c 75c $1.00
$125 $2 00
Cl'T UATK DHUC STOUK
'Wlit'ir Ymir Dolliir Doi-s
being nliel.x filled hx .lumping
These Soulhwestein l'nates aie
plentx lough lubes to handle Tbex
ascend up into the heights ot in
finite sp.ue- to be poetto.il'
(Continued fiom pain one)
Meviio Ii eiue NeKon liesli
man of Cmle; 1m 1'otti soph.
moi e of I5osm; Mink Milium
jutlioi ot Cisfn; I'lanklin Win
fieshinan of t'luldioss uiui
W "'"''"'I'oi. I.vshnian o M.ani
' ' " ' '" ..
M'i p "' ""' f ""-
'"" "' ;' '"11 '"" "f
.Mixdci; 1 unices Mane Urn h.
soplioinme c.r M.'k.l; "'
l.agn sohno ol Mi. Ill id;
I':SII"1S T 'V";
. 1. H. Ilol. sophomoio of ble;
loiau- Justuo sophomoio ot Ah
Aulmin N.ol.x s of
"t-. Kull i I'o k. f esl n. 1
" An..; 1.1711.011 Ituhaids
l!'"";'" f h"Kwood; l.ninu
'V'U Kul 0- tr"nn" ""- '
'"'' doggies esin ot
( ss V"; l1 ' l;1i1 ""I1'"
m "f M'' ; "l I I" "
m-P onioo ol Swectxxale 1 ..inku
)US""' f"-' ' Abiloiie;
lei io Willis sophomoio of hilein
' M points.
''''""' Ansl x jtinioi . D.i
nuis; lbllio Joe Gist scum ot l
llnp; ' C M'"'s sophomoio of
l-mel.i. R2 points
B-" '"WJ 1
West Texas Cleaners
As Good as the Name
Phone 5714 03 3 Hnttcinnt
It's The Top
It's navy shoes iyt hoi? navy l)vt. nty
hats navy costumes . . in fact if you'ie in
navy you're the top of fashion . . and our
huyeis have ju.st rctun.ed fiom the eastern
ma i kets with loads of navy
Outfitters for College Men and Women
I Mxi: N IOH" ADVICK TO
Hx t'nllogo NexN Serxice
"1'mgii uiieei-liations ntiil
take n bi ead mid buttei iib which
will kiep xou going until .xu Ret
a job in xou diosen field"
Tin is the mix ice gixon hj Or
litei It Pitkin ol Columbia Uni-
xelsitx nd authoi of "Life Hogilis
ul l'oitj" and "Nixx Caieers foi
Although hi adxlsos accepting
mix position lathe than fare the
ilimoiilt7iition of unemploxiiioiiU
I)i 1'itkin wains undcigiiidiintos
that miii oppoitunities of caieer
i mplox nieiil ae piesen'eil tliev
should lix to puk the "forxxald
lonkinir tields xxlmh in slmxxing
puinn.e of fiiiine dexelopment of-
fei Rood oppoitunities for indi-
X(nill 11(hilmimi.lt ..
I'i ilion of th niind on n caroe
u (m1us of cxeixthing else
K sM U the Columbia piofessor
.. 1ilRrth m m(nJ.
0 isos of highlx ti.unod xoung men
r inllllBllll. Tl.nx .io nfi.tl.l to
-l" l-i"H !". -Hi mom."
tll0 sV(m inmnK
ul(rlll lltr.un vvlUl imuo.itxof
ltls 1HMmW .
((ns s M0
um ( f(i) (( . llViU1
a )h Uu muis( vu o on(s
beaung n tins piesont po lod of
T. pof.ss asseuedlx b box s
. ls . disUnct ... n o. i n. in
W)h ( f(n yM s n
c In st. e Imalion is ne of the
vx( tost ilowoi- th it i.in grow a id
i u hum in life b its mellowing
infill n - Th. Bimui
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