The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 42, No. 26, Ed. 1 Sunday, February 2, 1936 Page: 4 of 6
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Tirr OTERO RECOUP, CtTEO. TEXAS
Indoor Season Test for Olympic Contendeis
Dates Set For Annual
Catholic Basketball *
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Opening Feb. 1, at
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Roseart Beauty Shop
Lynn Townsend Mgr
ANTONIO. Feb: 1 —Six
' teams have accepted the invitation j
J to participate in the Texas Catho- j
! lie Basketball Tournament to be i
1 held under the auspices ' of £-t.
! Mary's University of San Antonio
! February 28 and 29 and March 1.
on the Central Catholic High
School court, according to Rev. Leo
Banck, chairman of the University
Athletic Board and director of the
St. Joseph's of Victoria. Central
High of Dallas St. Xavier's of Den- j
j nison. Kirwin Memorial of Galves- j
j ton. St. Henry's and Central Cath- :
j olic High school of San Antonio j
will be in the tournament. The j
tournament committee is waiting *
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being remodeled with new back-
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ter pictures and kodak finishing.
Brides and grooms will fce given an
extra large picture free. Call by
and see the new* styles. I studio now
in charge of J. W. FfyOURNOY,
John H. Berning
JEWELER & OPTOMETRIST
University where they be-
well known tor their prowess
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doubt we wiil be hearing, or
Carlos Hell in the sport
[during the next year or two.
b attending 1 Washington Uni-
r and wtil, no doubt, try out
QtbaU and baaehah teams
jtbare. Alter starring in hi
1 as a football and baseball,
t Bed entered Texas Uni-
f but later attended fit. Sir
.University. The lad should
jSome college coach a pretty
Can you make 5 three letter words
using the letters in the word
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Frocks Can earn $88 weekly, get all
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Cuero Steam Laundry
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' MAN \ WANTED for Rawleigh
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Write to; gy. Rawleigh Col, Dept.
TXB-1T7-SA2. Memphis. Tenn
St. Mary’s Rattlers
To Play Oklahoma U
ELITE BEAUTY SHOP
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mennenga
1107 Depot St Phone 6>»9
(bail game 'between St.
University 4t San Antonio
kahoma Oity University has
Mduled for this fall, it was
Saturday. The game will
third on ai extended trip
Mary’s Rattlers will take
SAN ANTONIO, Feb. 1.—(INS)—A
‘ contract calling for a football game
j in Oklahoma City on October 30.
; 1936 and a game in San Antonio in
! 1937, date to be decided later was
( recently signed here between Okla-
j hema City University and St. Mary's
University of San Antonio.
As presently planned, this game
will be the third on an extensive
trip the St. Mary's Rattlers will take
again next fall, playing, in order.
St. Thomas of Scranton. Catholic
University cf American in Wash-
ington, D. C.. and Oklahoma City
Although the 1986 Olympic games at Berlin do
not start until Aug. 2, thi current indoor track
season and the collegiate meets which will soon be
under way provide an indqx as to what the;per-
sonnel of the United Stated team will be. When
the Olympic trials are held'at the Triborough sta-
dium in- New York the first week in July, among
those expected to flash to the front are Bill
Bonthron in the 800 meters; Glenn Cunningham
in the 1,500 meters: Percy Beard-in the high hur-
dles; Jesse Owens in both th? broad jump and speed
events; Jack Torrance, giant shot puttcA, and Earle
Meadows in the pole vault. United States is slated
to take another first in the quadrennial meet, al-
though Finland and Germany promise-to challenge
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Radios & Refrigerators
DAVIDSON ELEC. CO.
City Hall Phone 166
nmerma a, who bowls
with the regular Wed-
£ men’s chib, visited the
•sday n ght tor a few
<Immedi ately following
FOR RfcNT — 5 room house, %
porches, lath, Hunt & Frepch Sic
O. G. Probet.
O. A. mov id on the next! * *
where the President’ ball *
essian. The little fellow
be such a t ood bowler, but *
i his onions about tripping >f>
Invading Great Britain
--By HARD I N BURNLEY -
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AND YOUR FAVORITE BEER
Copies Of The Record's Annual
edition ca l be secured at The Rem
ord office for 5 cents.
Visitors to the Texas Centennial
celebrations this year will see grape
fruit growing on trees in the Lower
Rio Grande Valley, garden spot of
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lis many other duties, _,_
’P” Hedge s may be seen Today’s column trill be devoted to
RHe or at ler during the contributions which have been
ely scann ng sport pages sent in by readers during the past
ft Ip his hefijt far a be better than anything we nfight
♦ * ♦ “Your Honor,” exclaimed Deputy.
* ** GMteJ School M&rkowskQr, “Emirs bull pup has
Mh inlterirt in sport$ as chewed up the ‘Bible.”
THE STUCCO HUT
B W. Zengerle & Son
Blaze new trails to
In America the customer al-
ways right but in Scotland the cus
turner is always tight.
It's always that way, whether
ferrng to hens or cowpeas.
Mary’s got a little hen
That's feminine and queer.
It lay* all right when eggs
And quits when they are dear
ie “Bees” Thurs-
sr their home
r the Wigwqm,
the Hive. A Jury
ae eoted from 1,-
ad, the paw nick-
on team, reoently
Then there’s the local lad wh<
says he thinks he can have his mar
riage annuled on account of papa
in-lav's shotgun wasn’t loaded.
The Record’s Seventh Annual
Free Cooking School
Even: “What oould be worse than
a giraffe with tonsilitis?”
Novak: “That’s easy. A hippo
With mumps, an elephant ^ith
sinus trouble or a centipede with
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MATtCMAL. SreePLECtfASET- • •
John Bull, England's
prototype, should really lie shaking
in his shoes as he views the for-
midable invading contingent of U.
S. athletes scheduled to raid his
'■shores this year.'
On the turf, a number of the
“We’re going to have a boy baby
at our house today,” said the 1 ttle
“A boy baby?” his friend ashed.
“How do you know you're goini; to
have a boy baby?”
“He explained with a smile ard a
wink: ‘Last year when maw (was
sick we had a garl baby, and how
HERE are real thrills in ideas of simple kitchen
1 ing—the thrill of doing a thing easily and surely. A
artistry and romanc e aplenty lurking in your kitchen
to be discovered.
Whether you cook for two or for ten
“Kitchen Chautauqua,'’ will openyc
of culinary tricks and step-savers that go to give you real culinary
romance. Today’s meals are cooked easily, quickly and surely,
with an eye to fun and adventure. There’s no excuse for
drudgery in this modern age—not one whit!
every session of the kitchen Chautauqua—ideas sparkling with
possibilities will be-shown you and we know you’ll enjoy every minute of it.
Don’t miss a second! , * \ . : I - It‘I ft.!'1
n getting up and carrying on
k he has fallen, (ate pf times
inner falls w^ile te qn open
I with no on* pea r him and the
Mint rule states in this case the
[ te automatically dead.
bank (Pinky) Big (tea. the only
Wfoiteg star on the roster of the
I—elpbin Athtett is, is still
ling patiently but with some
pbty for the arrival of his 1886
ring ooptract. Called by many
able observers th; outstanding
<4 SM&er ip the i aajor leagues,
•tes baa some fi*d tedas as to
valttt and be appears to be sit-
( sq«|*raiy in the niddle of the
Mr's vat with both hands on
rrina. The high prioe put on
head by Connie Mack probshly
kept the Mew Vork Yankees
n butene him and they need
(Continued from Page 1.)
Monday noon is the deadline,
suid no essays can be accepted
after that time. Students \^ho
have not yet submitted an
esgay and who desire to nAke
a bid for these handsome cash
priaes had better get biisy.
The essays will be in the mails (possible
and enroute to Galveston
final judging Monday ait}<
noon. Results should
tance for the court to investi-1
p a r
gate. Let’s hope this peaceful wo,.‘kfl
era will continue. It can bo and «
said however that. Judge Pool j dis u
has kept court costs as low as j [
dismissing juries j thick,
for j whenever possible and othbr-
^■jwise practicing economy. The
be;Judge incidentally is knewn
^ojfor his economy. We hope the
a | “practice” will be “<
‘se ‘among other officials
Tex.,— i INS. > -
Initial Workout of
2:30 to 4:30 p.
February 10 -11
CUERO RED BIRDS
MAN THAT AWS A C ALF j
AMSTERDAM—<INS.» —A no*pi ]
attempt at smuggling a calf ac-rtss'!
the Dutch frontier into Beleifm !
Cnded in a man losing not only in
calf, but aLo his hat and coet '
Customs officials got suspicidu.-
when a motor cyclist arrived at itie
frontier with a' strange lookty- I
man in the side, car who had iiofli-
ing to say On closer mvesugatim ;
they discovered that the*. rpa siTi-I
ger " was a caif carefully dlsgui-rd ■
Wednesday, Feb. 5th
C ome out and see
DOC " Bl RT
pul Plenty on the Ball.
Ifeyer signed with Red Birds.
JOHN C. 1
in a long coat and a hat and sei»d
DOC " Bl RT. Manager
1s music only to an
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is the cheapest salesroa
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n you can
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Putman, Harry C. The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 42, No. 26, Ed. 1 Sunday, February 2, 1936, newspaper, February 2, 1936; Cuero, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1046793/m1/4/: accessed July 2, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Cuero Public Library.