Borger Daily Herald (Borger, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 312, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 21, 1939 Page: 4 of 6
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TVESDAY. NOVEMBKR 21,
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1PORT COVERAGE OF BORGER, PHILLIPS
LATEST—(AP>— SPORT NEWS
Will Invade Stinnett Tonight
180-Pound Line Leads
Sulphur Springs Roys
To First Grid Title
Phillips Civic i'luli bowlers
last night ¿it Miit's Alleys swept,
thrill games from Itotury I o build
U|) their lend jn tin- Civic Cluli
League. Totals were 24H7 I, o
Lions won two out nt threo
over Jnyeees They won on totals
am t„ 213a,
Cnbbcll of Rotary bowled all
to lend in gauiex hi the Phillip-
Holnry match. F'tilli"- rolled a
aerie* of 20l-l(i:i-lH7 for r.«ii
und high series honor.
In the Jaycee-Llons mutch An-
derson of the Jaycecs stored l!l!l
for high gun* lit also rolled
high series with 17 1
1 :if. isn
Robertson 167 171
Fuller - - 2,( 1 1
Dilley ... '*•' '
To l ain
Johnson - -
9 I 187
1 I 4
— 4 2
21 S 7
i hi1 it i 111 - tenuis
"iirh ,i M I'lird.
Paris i led the
Ilu season lull
116 4 54
199 4 74
747 719 656 2122
U, H. TO TAIJi WITH JAI'S
TIENTSIN. Nov. 21 —(JP) ~
Representatives of the United
States Consulate and Chamber or
Commerce scheduled a meeting
with Japanese authorities today
in an attempt to aid American*
suffering rroin an ucule coa!
shortage in the blockaded Bri-
M I.fill It SPRlNt.Js !'e\.,
No* ÜI —i,l' t IHO-poilllll
I In* anil a Irtelo Uieli Hi-Id i lint
ums I lie hfilih-o ball play III per-
feet Inn luive brought Sulphur
Spring- II first district i llalli-
pioiiship In iotcrschotasiic league
And they tell you here that
the team while quiet I v moving
a I o nú winuitiH when necessary
and not minting uti top-heavy
acolen, Is gaining strength and
«ill reach Its peak when the
Stall- title race beglllK.
Il ever I here iv«> a "dark
luirse" team II' Sulphur Springs
—an outfit no one took serious-
Is Kill f I the wildcats bail ,| list
about sewed up the district
Today S :lpliui'
defeiiteil one of
In tin l.ili with
Gladew a tec ,ind
Wildcats early In
since then sulphur Springs was
mowed down DenisOn. Highland
I'nrk. McKinney (that's the team
that beat Wood row Wilson, the!
Dallas power!. Denton end
Greenville (which played pow-
erful Tyler to a tie.)
Exponents of the tricky «inicie
willghnt-k formation patterned
after the mighty Tennessee Vols,
the Wildcats feature a running
game with almost every play a
hidden hall trick.
Hut that line l.i what makes the
offense (lick a line paced by
Captain .llni Wright, 1 Pfi-pond
guntd they tout over here us of
Top scorer of (he team is rangy
Tom Kinney, heady quarterback
and fine punter.
The hackfield ave luges 156
pound,, and is fast as a streak.
Coach Buddy Brothers torse
statement Is: "We won't get beat
Imd In the bl-dfstrict."
Sulphur Springs certainly ha
no easy road In state play be-
cause (lie Wildcats meet the win-
ner of the Hhermiui-Gainesvllle
lilt In the first round and Giiin-
esvllle is ruled among the top
three teams of Texas.
Borger Daily Herald ClnsslfliMl
Ails (let Results.
In recant laboratory
tests, Prince Albsrt
Davis On Mat
Rod Penton, that hu k.y son
of Canuda, out wrestled Dizzy
Davis, \lii- Houston outlaw, to
win the main wrestling event at
the Arena last night in two
Hod took the Mist fall in 20
minutes and the second In 10
minutes, using a body smother.
In the senil-finat Kranklc Hill,
the Kansas Cyclone, won over
George Hackenschniidt in 20
minutes i,y cracking bis oppon-
ent's hack against his knee
Count ¡Marino and Don Carver
drew In the 15-minute opener,
Also The Players
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414 North Main
HI Illicit III:.-h School opens its
I1' !1- in iiitxini.- Mason tonight
n I 111 el} I l ies III bou(H with a
•troll,i.- lenin from liftfors.
Twelve fast man-lies are ln-
i Inded in the prom am offered
at i he áiinueii gym beginning
• i 8 |i ni
Competent Judges from out of
town will make the decisions. No
draw- will In allowed Kloyd
Murry will referee
General ndinl-.sion i- 25 cents.
liOgsldc In cent--.
A large crowd with many fans
from Borger, is expected to wit
III'.S I lie ell rt it il! I alsei ol( the
tlullt year it> tin lighter weigh!
hoys furiously pound each oili-
er The older, heavier boys are
out for football ami will join
Hie squad latei
Hinting In the last few yeai
lias taken a strong hold at Stin
noil and also in Lefors, where
Toby Wagner, formei coach ol
high fame at Canadian This is
Lo for*' first year or boxing hut
Wagner lias a lot of «bout 75 boys
working out with the gloves Coy
Palmer Ik coach or the Stinnett
A feature of the Stinnett leam
Is that It's somewhat of a fam-
ily affair, with four Sargent,
hoys on the squad. Two of the
brothers. W. Sargent and J. Sar-
gent, scrap tonight.
Outstanding mem her of the
Rattler squad Is Capt, Borger.
who fights at 97 pounds. Of 16
fights Horgnr bus won 1, four
of them by knockouts.
Borger is pushed hard by
Winifred Sargent. 102 pounds,
who also has a good record and
Is a classy boxer.
Bud Yount 110 pounds, Is
well-known in this section for
Ills many good fights lie has
won 12 out of 17 bouts, two of
them by kayoes Needless to say.
Yount can lake care of himself
In almost any kind of company.
Aylor is a very promising
fighter whom ins will watch
with interest in his bout tonight
He fights at SS pounds.
Pat I.unkford. 126 pounds, has
come out on top In rive out or
seven matches lie has taken part
in. winning two by the knockout
Jack Sargent, 110-pound
scrapper. displays plenty of
punching power in his style.
The rest of the Rattlers are
more inexperienced but have
looked good in workouts recent-
ly. About 15 more hoys will join
the team at the end of football
The complete card for tonight,
Defers fighters listed first:
Httghes (18 lbs — Scott.
Robinson 70 His.
Cooper 70 lbs.
Savage — 80 lbs
Ostium SO lbs
Ktriicener 88 lbs.
Thuekcr 9S lbs
Snow 102 lbs. -
Cobb UiO-lbs. ,T. Sargent..
Kin-hurl 120 lbs. l.ank-
Shipmnri 147 lbs. Jasper.
home stretch today only Texas
Christina university was bother-
ed to any extent by iii.iuircs.
The Progs, preparing for their
guard Bobby Sherrod on the shelf
with a badly swollen ankle and
Kyle Gillespie, the hack field
sparkplug, with an ailing knee.
However, Gillespie has liad the
knee trouble all season so he was
expected to lie able to play. Back
fielder Karle Clark rehuri his
knee In the battle with Texas.
Hice weathered the Texas Ag-
gie game without serious Injury
and was cheered with news that
Ken Whitlow, center, and J. R.
Green, (tackle, would be able to
return lo the lineup against T. C.
U. and that Kruic Lulu might
also be ready to go.
The Baylor Bears, working Tor
their till with Southern Metho-
dist Saturday, had halfback Jlm-
tvere in good condition.
Football Traveler Gets Lowdown
On All-American Monkey Business
wm t H«viCt inc t m bfq u 4 i *t off
i suv. Beasiey, what does one wear lo u tive-ulurni fire?'
Texas Aggies Named
Outstanding Grid Power
BY 1111,1, WHITE
NKVV YCRK. Nov 21 (VP)—-
Like a judge "i ii bathing beau-
ty contest would pass up a
knock-kneed gal. football's cri-
tic's from const to coast this
week passed up Ihe unbeaten vol
uhteers of Tennessee and named
Texas Aggies as the nation's out-
standing grid power.
It took ii lot of undoing to lake
Tennessee out of Ihe leadership
il had held for four straight
weeks in tin- Associated Press
country-wide poll. But the Ag-
gies. .lust one guille away from
a perfect season, garnered ;IH
first place voles, ¡17 for second j
place and 17 for third on IIO
ballots, or a total of t n;t points
ill the sixth vote of ihe season.
That was enough to -itrpass
Tennessee by 65 points, but, the
surprises didn't end there Cor-
nell. pride of the Kast ¡oiled up
u popular vote of MJá poiuts
just 33 shy of the Tennessee to-
tal of sits. The lito shellacking
handed Klce by the \ggies. Cor-
nell's 35-6 wullopliic of Dart-
mouth. and Tennessee's compara-
tively narrow squeak in beating
Vanderbili. only 13-0 all appar-
aui by the
pate la the
lowu and Missouri
the top ten
(points figured on
writers who partici-
Noli-e Dame. Duke,
are th" iest of
in parent beses(:
I. Texas A. *■ M. <:*H> ««
a. Tennessee 01 ) Mil*
)l. Cornell 0*0) MO.%
. S. California (II) 7«<l
5. Tu lime ( 3) (l/MI
(I. Ohio Slate ( I) 4SO
7. Voire llame ¡11 1 1 -Sí
8. Duke ( at 'AVI
. Iowa (I) ¡I*
10. Missouri ¡MS 1*11
Second Ten II. Holy Cross
133: 12 Duquesui 110; 13. U
C L. A 62: I I Oklahoma 6.1:
15 Clsinsoo 33; 10 Georgetown
17 tied for 17th place Santa
Clara and North Carolina 11
each: 19. Fordhani It): tied for
2tuh pinci -i'rlttceton and Georgia
Tecli 7 each.
Also ran Nebraska and Ore-
gon State t: each; Colorado 2;
and Mississippi 1.
Dropped from the places they
held In the select big ten last
week were Oklahoma which slip-
ped from fifth to 1-lth; North
Carolina, from seventh to a tie
for i T(h : and ail-winning Du-
(fUesne. from i nth to 12th
The gups were filled by Duke,
Iowa and Missouri, hh Tultuie
moved up n notch from sixth to
fifth and Ohio State and Notre
Dame each erupt up two places.
KBIKND < P liABOB DIKH
NKW YORK. Nov 21 (AV
Abraham 10. Rothsteln, SI. na-
tionally known mediator in labor
disputes :vii(l leadei In Philan-
thropic we k for half a century,
died In Beth Isrenl Hospital yes-
BV GAYI.K TAI,HOI
NKW VtlK, Nov. 31 —</P|—
l-'or llie benefit anil go Ida Ufe of
(hose who are burning midnight
oil over the annual all-America
monkey business, the following
are a few notes of a returning
loot hall traveler through the
Southwest ami hig six conference:
The greatest running hack in
toll that vast region almost cer
tal illy tK big lohn Kltnbroiigli of
the Texas Aggies. lohn comes
near being everything tltey said
he was. Though he Weighs 210
pounds he looks like a light-
heavy weight and he is tremen-
dously fast and rugged
Kor a strange reason, Kiui-
hroitgll is specified the best
running luiek. Si-veral rival coach-
es ami a do/en other expert ob-
servers assured this urllet- (lie
Im-si hack In Ilu southwest. It
not In the whole blamed country,
was Kimlirotigiiis unsung team-
Thomasou is the Aggies'
blockiug buck and their defen-
sive thunderbolt 1 can testify
that his blocking ahead of Kitti-
hrought and the other Aggies
is magniflcient. Coach Matty Bell
of S. M. U. said after their game
with the Aggies that Thomanon
and Klmbrough w<>rc the most
punishing pair he had ever seeu
(Ai one leam.
The only oilier back who ap-
proached In Ihe unanimity of
opinion among conches mid «touts
with whom I talked whs Nile
Kiuuick of Iowa. One prominent
mentor said flatly: "Any alii
America team (hat dtwsn'l In-
clnde Klniilck «ill be plain sil-
Coaches, when they tela* af-
ter hours and talk "off the re-
cord," can he very enlightening.
They and their ussisiants see
luauy tilings that are not appar-
el it eli'ter to the big crowd Ol-
io till critics 111 tile press box
They say, flatly, llrit neither
■luck ('ruin of Texas nor Paul
(iirhtltitaii of .Missouri is all all-
America player this year. Cralu,
I hey admit, is a running genius
when lie breaks loose and Christ
man tlirj- t'oscrilie as a "fine,
loose purser," lull coaches say
llial a truly great back must be
able to do more than one thing
well. Tliev make a sliglil o*ce|i-
(lou in KlmhrouKh because he can
lutsi througli or around a line,
knot-king off laeklers like flies,
and because he Is a power de-
Cralu I didn't sec. but Christ-
man didn't look like iill-Auterlca
limber against Oklahoma last
Saturday I'nder éntreme pre - j
sure he dtdn'i pass well at all. ¡
several OÍ Ills lout: heaves going i
nowhere in pftriirulitt* His run-
nltiu was only average.
Outstanding linemen are more
difficult lo boll down to a true
consensus. In ihe southwest con-
ference — and possibly because
lie Is 0n the winning (eaiu —
.loe lloyil, aid-pound Aggies
luekle. Is regarded as all-Auierlcn
limltcr. Juck Sanders, S. M. P.
lackle. Is considered aboui as
good, (iklaboma has an oulslalid-
'ng end in Prank Ivy — lienor
than waddy Young was last year,
they say. The iicst men on Ihe
Missouri lentil uppeur lo be Bob
Waldorf, a guard, and Kenneth
Haas, a tackle.
OKRMANK BKI APITATKD
BKRLIN, Nov 21 (/P)~
Karl and Bernhaid Grexebeilus
of Silesia, brothers, were decapi-
tated today for treason. Tltey
were convicted by ¡he people's
court of selling stat.' secrets to
Borger Bully Herald Cla.sifted
Ails (let Results.
Morse Team Wins
Seven, Loses None
The unbeaten Mor-e slx-iniin
football teiitu faces its riual test
in ones! ol' a pert'i I I'ecoill liexl
Friday at 2 30 p. in at Morse
In a game with l.lpscomh.
The Mor*e team has won *cv
en «nines ilii season lost none
Victories were scoted over Good
well two. Texiine, two Kip
scotnh. Plemons. and Gruvei
H. il. Moser Is the conch oí
the hoys. II B Parks is tenm
captain. Otltei members of the
squad. Including substitutes, tire
Doyle Lttitners, .lames McNulty
TruiuAn Tompkins Carson Mc-
Clo.v lack Gllllspie. Thane Mc
Cloy, Harry V] oil liner.
People of Morse are ImdlflH-
Idy proud or lite lite' record (lie
boy- i nave Rinde.
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Phillips, J. C. Borger Daily Herald (Borger, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 312, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 21, 1939, newspaper, November 21, 1939; Borger, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth167839/m1/4/?q=yaqui: accessed February 19, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hutchinson County Library, Borger Branch.