Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 192, Ed. 1 Friday, May 28, 1920 Page: 3 of 4
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-J-WAaHIGT( May28. Aschool-
M 'k powiblfc'that a school "mis-
ar rMe there after Tiext1
r -Mr Champ Clark 'is; s
iwMraas-iltlJOBxk sh;has koW
ctifely eacacM in that .profes-
mx Joc loaf ago Triien "Pike-
Missouri lost aa excellent:
taacher and .Oss Genevieve
K . Cfcamp -Clark like her-hus-
d if a woman of pinions "and
3foilog aeo'sfee headed
r lgtkm that -walkei right up to
WJitte tio with a memo-rial to
Frei4it Wilson that he
soaethiar about fiberatine
'tBI x . ..
wm oe no "mils" about
life ie Mrs. Champ Clark
la; Tht Laiy jf the Land." Jaat as
;SStAicr mix mm
f IM-'SCHGQL MIS1BESS 'MAY '
f-aam NAlDfP MSB mmi
"t ' ' 1
. 'w Jruin with' the bodies of men- and
Mi radced TOfccssee such deJpmen atrwn about . under the debris.
phtfttl ramies aa .dc "Romance";! fff 1ter workjvas started
mlterter and faMinatinr love lbrv on- WtK5fe frame aiWg Xight-
jb pcroc- asdwara -aieiaon
Km' forMt drsmaiieL i
Doria Keane. who Played
"i i jvmmm mm. .. vjmi-
Smitoa and Txmdoii "will play
Uto 0C jwri; vbeA it Is aiMwn at
. -im IMalc. theatre dttrfiajg Ha engage-
aMMt la tl&ctitffBnlai: toon.
Mm Mn. -Cantal rhe Scinatmg
prt 4muc 1iRvfae..iMHiis Kearae has
ww for bctwU many tlfoaia on
tbe interaatloina ctae anl-'iK'Taiikl
VtAvf as AinericaV tealwi hmdI(M!'.
imclcu eeatisgeat geKers wlie jutllei away oh
epe gtif tearaet.
: hernsbanft persists calling 'aaa-
pedra?"galiiise''ro does mrs. Clark
persist "fa bieiBg plain real Araer
caawoian a wotipfwhokiio'ws arid
has experienced the life of the1 aVeri'
''Mt ' ?
Champ Clark haa become onq of
the Jelovedr figures of Araerican-jir.b-lic
life and. tha sweet" Hnasimlns
manners oiiars. viarK aave ibhh ni
fast as well loTcd as br . liHsband
She is fhoaie vfolks" aaa fiiafe'atwoe-
phefe that she lives in of ''back home'
would "be & wpnderful boost to" the
pepalarky of .the JWhite House 'If her
husband lecame 'President. ' x
T.fpiiftwMantiT'.nlnriel "Honnaff a r V
Has ra Irepibol f 9 r T''lie
oeciares tnac mouier is tne ami cook.
extaut" and Champ Clark secbadV the
isotiea and seconds it frequently right
out io- in tne 'hotel aming room.
The White. House latch string will
extend TighC "out into Pennsylvania
avenue if Mrs. Champ. Clark .hag any
thing to do Sith it after March
pfctureTot cbnstracting a three story
brfck t'uildifig. On the yery5evening
that the task was completed the.
Stracture -wag deliberately bombed and
Mlffeour -yrm enough to bura' them
bH:are two kiMSi&L '"ileal
lar-scenes lapthe aew Ince roduetkn;
"Dwierora'!i Hour" which - will he
shorn at tWMric- theatre Saturday
3 i thirpletare; withelirreRi
uiiwr wnrew-iiKi' me menac CK- Mi9ne-
TlfD;M a MeKgrOttBO?
wormy ones. ' A.lnuaed fdiBkmui Via
nm efforts r suited in the" completion
OTflV leS-r'6r ielire service.
y4Aa ipepr esment or tne team wc-
Giaw? wlilsUll bo wrominenilyidehtl.-
Jetf iwjth" the giants! . devoting his
Hmejto the business endVof the1 game.
;3Kathewson yiho has always jbeen
"thrifty-and 'whohaa managed to make
profitable Investments can afford to
hang up hia. spikes and knotf that he.
has served basebands -well as it Lac
served him r
The longvfriondship and harmonious
association at Matty .and McGraw . is"
too well known for recounting hero
but' it is. without fa doubt one of the.
outstanding features in the history of; .
theNevf Tork Nationals. - "
With the exception of Matty's short
term as 'manager of the 'Cincinnati
Reds and Oils absence from thegaine:
A while in the service of his country in .
France ieh.s-;been with. McGraw
the;1)ralns ofktb'eGiants. 'He was
Mac'? .first lieutenanjt for years rid
"whh he retired as a- pitcher after
seventeen years of brilliantT.seryicc;1ie
left a record behind himthat few
pitchers can ever hope to approach.
? 'As atplayerand manager McGraw
has made a record that Is equally
brilliant front its distinctive: angle;
and the things hej has achieved In
baseball will always serye as an in-
spiration foryoung; players coming
ap( for he haa made an .unqualified
success of his chosen profession.
It has 'ibeen a4ong long time since
John Mcraw and Christy ajathewson
first began their .climb toward fame.
And a dive into the archives of oldl
photographic plates recently brought
to light likenesses of these two stars.
that show only too distinctly how the
aun and rains ahd burdens and
triumphs of mauyl years in.' baseball
have lef thtlr". imprints. It jnar be
said however' that the years J&ave
treated both of them kindly. t . .
JMcGraw hrdke Into the professional
end; of the game at Ocean New irork4
iate.?old Jyew Tork State iLeague.
awa9 aacK an JL&rwi' -chj fuu3 m ms
thirtae'th year in baseball;4 He broke in
day; he draws downs loth aeighbof?
hood of $50000 a year. He; has not
flayed ia gameof ball alncefsepteniber
Itm -wUen hebatteclfor iron
MaifMcGinBity. . -
'Oyei; & period oc sixteea -years In
imijor league baseball aau a player
afeGraw jxhg ap a iuh-scorlng record
pterihaa ay of the dld-tiaie star
jShfanlteeBrt Kelley Jennings and
ethers and over that perloid f. -years
bis irecdrd1 shows to better advantage
(ihan those of some of the greatest
stars of the present day. '
3n 1080 games in the. majors McGrawj
was at bat 3916 times scored 1018
tuns lriVdXlSQO hits ani stole 45
i'ases. Many pt the'Aest little critics
declare thatfoGraWwas the best run-
getter in the history of the pastime J
and hiarecord is certainly hrimant
pnei when the'4otai number of hits and
Tuia ;heonade is compared .
As a manager the erstwhile star
thXf4 i)seraan.l of the oidj Baltimore
Orioles has hung up an enviable rec-
ord winning six !Nationa .iAjagUQ
penaantsi and cne world's caauipioh-
jMp with his many great ;Netv York-
teams " . ; . " zji
' 'Alwaysfaggr esslvei somewhat fiery
of natureon the ball fteld i.ut'wrth-
all "on of the kindliest miand best
ifaUctws ;baseball has 'ever known Mc-
Oraw's 'name is indeliblygimnressed
ia'Clhe; t ainafepf .tbel;grMtf national'
' . Discount for '
gop'X;;the tft j; : VTr.. . - :
ame. Heris jwjthout a- doubt the most
widely known jbaseball man in thb!
Christy .Ma'thewson's great iecord
a- pitcher wQL always be an Inspira
tion ib the young hurkrs coming ul
and It' stands today as the best in
cold hard figures that has ever .been.
hung up hy any moundsman.
Jn seventeen lo.ng seasons as
pitcher and all this time with one
clulSthe Giants flkfatty participated
In . e total of 624 games.- Out of this
number h&pltched 5.14; complete: games
winning 371 and losing only 1S2 for ?
grand average of .671. That's forac
lifetime 'average foifa pitcher you'll
During hi long-career as. a sharp
shooter Matty faced 18133 natsmen.
He allowed a total of 173 base hits
and 1538 xuns. He" was guilty of only
108 wild pitches in seventeen years
.nassecb 800 'batsmen and a tribute to
hi3 wonderful control; hit-. only .49
batters fniall tha.t time. The effective-
ness of MaUhewsons pitching arm Is
strphgly' attested toy thgse. records
alla'e iutldTere is o& Jnore reccrdr-
tbestrikiag out of 473 batsmk of
XTwo no-hit gamesi four one-hit
sfames. rMxteen. two-hit- Ranfe&.-I thirty"
six three-Tiit games forty-sif four-hjf
pastimes and fifty-two games in which
he allowed hjat flvehlts or a total of
f -His bright avorld'sserles record in
1005 Tvhen he nccounted for the de
leat of the Athletics practically single-
handed pitchinsr and' -winning three
shutout games for the Giants over the
space of one week: still stands unap-
proached. Three shutouts in a worlds
series Is a.Tecord for world's series of
the future to shoot at; a record that no.
pitcher .may ever equal.
If S4aty grand' old maSteriOfnie
mound anff the "fadeaway" find Mc-
GraWj the most colorful ofmanagevs.
are really going tpkfade gracefully
from the SiwtHghtif fbascballvvfll bf-
the loser'.' for nowhera inthe-h'ist6ry
oE -baseball can fcc found' a morn
plcturesflue. palry ' v ' i
- coMiEOE he Notice.
If you are open toK employment dur
while- tx?pr$s4 I
8aiall-hltfgames;iare among Matr
r8iaccaVlfcKraents.r. - : S
vacUoa'andfiWHIlRg ta ara S200
itfyoar homecommiiblty br
Of Interest to 'Women
7 ; oaorrow's IntertainmeHts .
'Mrs. Ij. ii. (Evans wU entertain at
90 It. m. honoring: her niece. Miss
Th'elnw. Evans. '
Peach Mousse. . ...
One dozen ripe peaches1 (mashed).
Three hahanas. . .-
- .Twd lemons.
One-half cup sugar:. f . ..
One und one-half tablespoon gelatin.
Stiruntil it begins to thicken; add.
one-half cup crystallized cherries and
lastly fold in beaten whites of two
eggs and. one pifit whipped cream.
Pour in oiled mold cover tightly pack
in ice four hours.'-Serye- with.1 whipped
; Chocolate Parialt
Melt twov ounces 6h. unsweetened
chcblatqfrfn ona-half cufof iyvater-add
caalup of"siir-'andfeli untilthlck.
.pouisthe mixtite over.twe yolks' of
'''' v.i-t.- i-
j.uur iJS. x'iuuu lujuuuwiu uuer i;ujv
and stir constantly until va. spoon plac
ed iin the mixture is caked. Stand In a
basin of water "and beat frequently
until cold.- Add one pint of thick
Avtiijpped cream and flavor with one
ioaconfal pfjrnnilla.; Serve ia glasses
an)djTlaoaifop" pjfach one; tablc-
spoonful of whipped cream flavored
with a little vanilla. t
j " . '
. "Three-fourths cup ; sugar .
Threa-fburths cup water or coffee-
. Three eggs ivcll beaten.
Twelve raacaroonsv browned.
'Flavoring: orange vanilla or al-
mond. - . -One
pint heavy cream whipped.
Boil the sugar with wter or coffee
until it spins thread; mix with the
eggs beat until cool; add jhe Shipped
cream; VCrumMohaff ofc the brovned
macaroons fn the bbttpm-of the moldf
fili vith themixture and sprinkle the"
oesf or me macaroons over tne top.
Pack in ice and salt liet stand four
hours - ' 5
''Brownwbod No. 2." continuation of
what X'thiuk of Brownwood.MLyric
Theatrei Sanday night
A..neW; refrigeration plant tullt by
tlieWnitetb!states In th 'Canal iZpne
"with the most modern equipment!!
take care of 5:000 beef carcasses 'will.
pottle milk make ice and Ice cream
andperform. other similar functions.
A -WANT &DVWM bring results.
'While: the nnaricial benefite resulting from the coming
ea xo me renovations
;.Ana;.the.'.citizeni joEBreWwdod -shdiilH raUy'td theilcauie without xt&i& o tke
'mem!of the. Ghautauqua ltselfstul ifewill Be4seen bv ajtflance UoeDCOBr .Mm.
iwitnthafeBrpwnWooHis tbjiaye& spfeiiciy leties entertainnSBnts . r
-I m i 'i ' iww
xXt? Will make the
". The time is now and everything is jfeav
: -dy for your : selection td vpr.QvHeJyoiiir
; f home with' bright and: cheerful curtaint. -
' ' - ' - --.
X-. ls. easily accomplished here. FresH";
;:; and crisp draperies may he seen in an ex:
; tensive range of colors plain and: develops
edin a wide variety of original and beau-4
Scrim Voil; Net
r :;-tiW ufe;5 that are delightfulnbr "
.;lyrningly chpiki : :
' " &ona-easy an'shoppmaoyMStS '
Europe Seething Under
Surface Says Dentist
(By International News Service.)
BOSTON. May 28. J'There is much
political unrest In Egypt; everything
quiet on the surface-but things are
boiling" below" said Albion P. Bon-
ey. a TractisiBfelentist at Alexa-n-
uim wuo has returnea.
Although the Nationalist move
ment was. wpprsjsed a year ago by
British? soldiers t$ie leader are touay
and "are ' waltin for a" favorable on-
portunity fbfurther the aims of the
organizauonr This in spite of the
fact that the farmers o Egypt ware
never wpresperofis as now."
BrownwoodNol" cdntlnuatlon of
what I think of Brpwnweed.Lyric
Theatre Sunday .night' " 193c
1VAXTEB Ckaa ettom ragf .Balk-
tin. - K
CHA VTAVQVA I
Hombeautif ulif "
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Hanrard 'Cnmsoo' Eiifor
Handcuffed to fron Feace
(By International News- 3rriee.)
CAMBRIDGE Maaa May 2S. Bes
handcuffed to aa.lrw feacf is Be jc
declared Harriww Btotub c San
iPranciacq editor of the atfvari
Crimson who was thus hitched up far
an hour 'before another iagaaiotta o4U
tor David Bailey of WoWaatoa rek
the padlock aad la a. Houdtel act a-
sisted 1y JlfieldiWorlnm ntiid Kts-
Ident of the Crimsoa set Browa fre.
The act of haaJcJriiift; waa doM V
the Lampoon editors who vuhmi
Brown as the iaHiatlett nflmwnfrr
were- being- carried o la. the fYhnnou
Duiiamg; The Criawc had ynvtew-
ly deeecrated the Luytoea Tmililiac
and carried c4t oae of their pt edi-
tors and looked him ap for several
WANT ADS brlng reeH Try
Chautauqua. wifi W Jevot-.
5- 'V '
wonc naittUog furattare
wOnirtiHtg. I make my own tad tb7
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