Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 9, 1937 Page: 2 of 10
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BROWNWOOD (Ten») BULLETIN, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 9, 1937
HOWARD PAYNE TO LETTER 26 MEMBERS OF FOOTBALL SQUAD
BE iSa e» . M. ^ . — I _ _ — ^ I •«> i/ivf m a rt aw i a anmaem AlinmPR DV J If r/YD rDf fl I work at anv of four Dosttions—
Twenty-six membera of the How-
ard Payne College football squad,
champion* cf the Texas Oohference.
wore named aa the Yellow Jackt let-
tormrn In aa announcement
today by Head Coach McAdoo
be honored by R9v. and Mrs. Karl
H. Moore at a banquet tonight at
the Pint Baptist Church and at a
banquet in Rote] nmwnwood Mon-
day evening by the Howard Payne
College Pig Squad fir*.
The letter group ie made up of
five muon, six junior*, ten sopho-
mori* and me freehmeh. Twenty -
one let termer and a Urge group of
aquadmen will return for the team
next year. Of the tttenneh. 16
earned their first stripe, seven re-
ceived thetr second award and three
earned their third letter.
The lettermeh and the number of
letters earned by each, follow
Baugh and Battles Lead in
Redskins’ Drive for Title
Goea to Winner of
, BY JERRY BRONl) FIELD
NBA Hereto* Sparta Wrttor
CRlCAOO, Dee. IHAI a reward
for winning the professional foot-
b«0 Utto In the western dhrlston of
the National League, the Chicago
Beam have fallen heir to one of the
more distressing task* of the play-
The Bruins meet the Washington
Redskin*, eastern division utitota for
the second coneecutlve fall, tor the
world championship at Wrigley
Field. Dec. It. With pny kind 6f
a break in the weather* the dube
should Ctoee the grind before more
than 90.000 spectator*
When you think of
you think of Cliff Btttl
my Baugh, whose
am toga in the drcoit
The 45-38 victory the
4 ^___ —-----
rs in “Play-for-Pay” Campaifirn f
' _ '
■ - - I1,1 ‘11V 1 T '
8eaibrt—J. p. Rodgers 3. Theodore over their efty rivals.
McDonald 3, Rati Sunderman
Robin Gateway 3 and Uleaa 8haw
1. Junior*—Joe Westerfield 5.
Otho Barbee 2. Glenn Knudson X,
.Melvin Boedecker l and Joe Hext
1. Sophomores—Bob Dendy 3,
Wayraon Wilson 3. Jack Price X.
James Minor 1. Hubert Poster 1.
Sid Russell L Orville Rtheredge 1.
Felix Susen 1. Roy Stephens 1 and
Leonard Beck told 1. Freshmen—
Garland Terrell t» Chris Sunder-
man l. Clyde Conner 1. Jack
Hardaway 1 and Roland Michel 1.
New Golf Ruling to
Receive First T
In FIMd* t(
CORAL GABILSB. Fla . Dec. 9—
(CP (—Golfs newest controversial
ruling—limiting a player to 14 dub*
—feta its first major teat tomorrow
When 300 of the nation’s best tee
off In the annual Miami BOtmore
816900 open championship.
While the rule does not
was convincing enough
it want nearly as
the 40-14 rout of the Hi
ants by thk Redskins
Basra, realizes that
ring throwing arm and
ptoton-like togs of Bat
his wthlnes right off
Just as they did the
standing, is the
passer in the gai
la the leading ground-gainer in the
National wheel, with more than 80C
yards to his credit. Trained observ-
ers seldom have seen such timing
To put the Bears’ pwMtoai In dif-
ferent words, the RedskHfrs dm send
Battles pounding into the line to set
a perfect stage for Baugh s aerials
Or the lads from the capital can-:-1
and usually do—reverse the pro-
Rounding out Wa
IS FAVORED BY
. Wichita Falls to the only team
unanimously picked by six Brown-
wcod prognosticators to advance to
the semi-finals In the state high
school football race.
Opinion is divided in the Long-
vlew-Temple. Conroe-Robatown and
Bherman-North Port Worth con-
tests. The same situation also ex-
ists In the ease of the Brady-San
Baba Class B regional title clash.
The mail making the moat ao-
c-urate predictions will receive two
passes to “All Baba Oo*s to Town"
from Manager Lew Bray of the
Lyric Theater. The comedy produc-
tion. featuring Rddto Cantor, win
be shown at the Lytle Baturda;
midnight. Sunday. Moi
onearer* this week are: Roy Tay-
lor. I; L. L. Evans. Jr.. 3; C. V.
wiod J; Arthur Scripture. 4; Otl*
Mat leek. 6. and Dr. H. B. Alton.
Board of Control Rasnovw
t No Sim
ANN ARBOR. Mich.. Dec. 9 —
«UP»—Harry O. Klpke. head cosen
of the University of Michigan foot-
ball team since 1931. has been re-
moved from that post by the board
In control of physical education. It
was announead today.
Klpke'* ou»ter was voted unani-
mously yesterday bf the board
which met to determine hU future
activities. He will leave the Uni-
* wraity at the end ofc hto preaent
™ contract In June. H96./C
Word of hi* di*ml*aal wa* a sur-
prise in view of the relative success
of the Wolverine team this season.
Kipke's team won four games,
three of them from other member*
of the Big Ten Conference, and lost
four. - > , .
The board has not selected a suc-
cessor. Klpke was an AU-Amerlca
halfback on Walter Camp’s team
The board authorized its officers
to “Interview qualified coaches so
, that Kipke's successor might be
Temple ...... 6 6 6 6 0 11 picked with a minimum of delay.” it
Longview ........18 14 12 13 13 0 was said. * ,
Spearman to Coach
Their predictions follow:
Wichita Palls .
Austin (El Paso)
Bhcrwah ........ o
North Ft. Worth .. 7
'LAN FOR GRID
TO BE TALKED
Robstown ....... 0 6 0 6 7 0
Conroe . ..... 13 14 18 0 13 6
Brady .......1.... 7 7 19 13 7 13
San Saba .... 13 30 13 7 19 6
PORT WORTH. Dec. 8—(UP)—
j Blanard Spearman, former Texas
_ , , _ . Christian University star, was an-
Daringr Darling I ncunced today a* the new head
* football coach at North Side High
School here. - K _,
Spearman will succeed Herman
Clark after the current season.
Clark's team 1s new preparing for
a quarter-final game
day in the
DALLAS. Dec. 9.—(UP)—The
issue of appointing a football com-
missioner will be a principal point
for discussion when Southwest Con-
ference representative* meet to-
With the game suffering
ing pains” in this rector, fan*
token a reason off from kicMhq
about the ooachaa and are or!tiols-
tnc the off totals so much that the
commissioner lctod la regtrdad by
many aa the only salvation.
Dr. J. c. DoUay of ttoa Univer-
sity of Texas said several weeks ago.
when the public waa arguing "ques-
tionable decisions." that the com-
mtotonner idea would be introduced
In a formal report to the confW-
ence’s governing body.
The comm laai oner Idea gained
momentum in mid reason when
several games were won as the re-
sult of decisions that losing teams
Three Coaches Favor Plan
A United Press survey today re-
vested that at least three head
coaches believe the quality of of-
ficiating could be improved. Dana
X. Bible at Texas cited, the South-
eastern Conference, where certain
tests and qualifications are required
for official*, a* an example that the
Southwest might well follow.
Coach Fred Thomsen of Arkansas
declared that football referee*, um-
pires. linesmen and Judges should
be given a thorough examination be-
fore they are allowed to qualify for
those Jobs. Thomsen believed that
an examination on rules would elim-
inate some. Officials, said Thom-
work at any of four
referee, lineman, umpire and Judge
—kept them from becoming profi-
cient at any single job.
Hom:r Norton, coach of the Tex-
as Aggies, was strongly in favor of
the commissioner Idea.
DENISON. Texas. Dec. 9.—(UP)
—Marchell Bates, who escaped In
November from 'a state prison fanr,
was surprised today by officers at •'
the home of relatives east of Deni-
son and recaptured. BOes surren-
dt' Yd without any show of resist-
ance when Denison officers sur-
rounded the house.; v
flrldom has an elephant barn
known to reach 100 years old and
70 would be a much more accurate
expectation of life for tht boasts.
string back field to
tow until January l. 1938. Alabamt
Blitm-re tcuraey committee
entered Its enforcement In this ■
event Just to furnish an saiiy teat.
Aces ef the tourney circuit are
sharply’dtvtdsd in thetr regard for
the rule. Ralph Ouldahl. national
open champion, and defending
champion of the Btltmore Utto. la-
the most outspoken. Ouldahl thinks
It to "silly to make any such arbi-
trary ruling." Another one of the
sou s to the veteran Wild Bin Mehl-
horn. of Chicago.
"Hett. why I4T** he
of Colgat*. fuD-
Edward* of Wash-
BT?at tarikk in the
irther. speedy guard
gdt to do a
That's enough and I've
lot of thinking to figure
chibs to make my bag
as heavy as the other*.
flf, oSl (UP)—
14. followed In the
of his policeman-father i
apprehended two youth* j
stealing *oda bottles from
street porch. He burned
over to hto father.
to* only 80 pgr cent
It reflects only about 80
it of the light that falto
and Don Irwin
back. , ; »
Operating in front of this versa-
tile backtleld is a trrmrmiouMy bit
and fast line, averaging 317 pounds.
Outstanding In the farm »rd wall are
Wayne Milner, of Notrei I
greet end: Turk
ington State, Mggrot
loop, and Jim Kart her
from Ohio State.
No one to selling tht
bowrver. If anything,
tsblished as favorites.
Nagasaki to Be
Bronko Nsgurakt h id ioiR of the
Cardinal game, should be ready to
go at full steauo.
Beattie Ptatheca, possibly the best
all-round back In the loop; Pug t
Rentner. former Northwestern ace.
and Keith Molesworth
the most powerful back!
Not to forget such
e Brnr* #h<
Utoy U be
up a* r
In sight. I _ ‘ “T s—
lads as ‘Cliff Battles’ excursion* off tackle
j Jack Mandeik, Bam Francis i
Buivtd. who are kept around
die odd Joba
up. , . |
Halas’ line doesn’t pack the beef
of the Redskins’, but it hasn't been
outcharged all season. And maybe
MU TKA MAG I AM
IN CMECK-OP OF LEAOUE
and around end won t get so far In
the face of opposition from propl-*
like Eggs Manske. George Miljo
Plasm am and Zeller,
A record of nine victories, one
- lorn and one tie wa* the seasons
adevrment for the Bears, while the
Redskins won eight and lost three
The engagement should find the
i Bears' power pired against
She's only seven years old , and
weighs Just 80 pounds, but Deborah
Ann Tracy, who took her first dive
when she fell out of a Venetian
, v iROhdola at the Chicago Pair three
If Nagurskl gets moving In high JT.ars ago is a phenomenon among
Vtut. something has to glVe way. j st. Petersburg. FI*- diver*. The
And if Baugh starts thro win- little minnow out-stunts older vei-
ttnkcs to glue-fingered receivers,
vcu’vc got something else again.
sen, should be required to “know
theta- rules from one end dr the book
to the other." , T" I'
- The Arkansas coach, champion of
here Batur- many forms of passing trickery.
Interscholastic suggested officials also might bene-
_ ____ in High, 'fit from tests for eyesight and speed
Clark has been appointed assistant afoot.
athletic director for ah city schools Thomsen did not believe any con-
Spearman's appointment was Terence official was wilfully unfair
made yesterday by Athletic Director but that the practice of having I
Herman Bart and City School Supt. j |
W. M Green Since hla gradua- —
tion from TCU In 1933. Spearman ’
has coached at Oiney. Paducah, and •
Vtotorta. all Class B schools. Mai
Victoria team was eliminated in a!
►U-Jutrtet game last weelu_
Paul Wright Trial j
lii Set for Jan. 13
• r I OH , ANC1ELBR. Dec »,-(UP>—
Paul A Wright. 38. former president
of Uw Union Air Terminal, today
pleaded not guilty and not guilty
by reason of insanity to charges he |
killed hto wife. Evelyn. 38. and hti
i beet fttynd, John Kimmel. 38. Unit-
ed Air Lines executive, when he dis-
covered them in a compnomuunv
Superior Judge Charles W. Prick*
set trial for Jan. 13.
Per a Year
crans and swans from a platform
’j 10 feet higher than t*,e springboard.
K P«to Planetarh
t PHI LAD El, PH IA
1 than 4MIW1 nevaro
CHy Forgets 8t PrpseM
MARTINS FERRY. O—(UP)-
J. C. Mffllken. railroad engineer
mffered a stroke and died here a
we:k after hto locomotive struck and
killed five children near Knox Ctty
proofed for Winter!
its soft, li
Mister, when you^et into this \ dealer teday.
HANES gives you another kind
ef comfort, too 'freedom from
pinching and pulling. You can
stretch your arms . . . sit and
cross your togs . . . nothing
cuts or binds! Buttons, button-
holes. cuffs, and nams are
•ewed for keeps net to keep
your wife sewingf See a
candy is made from
cash to Newark for Pitcher Vito
Taqrulb. Bent Joe Vosmik to the
R*d Sox for Buck Newsom. Ralph
Kress and Buster Mills.
Red SoxL-Landed Outfielder
• nd? It to derived from the Latin Un Mnce lt was opened to
the v-mt'r. or belly, and loquor. "I
the public Nov. 6. 1933. officials Of
the scientific hall reported.
FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS
Browns in swap for 3
up Outfielder Do-
cash far Tei Williams.
)AY B&f “
from Houston. Traded Ctotoher Bari
Orace to Cardinals for Oatcher Cap
Clartt. who played tost rear with
SA/. FELLOW, yct/ftr 60001 ) PANA2UCLAW H0BPITAL,
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