Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 305, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 7, 1922 Page: 2 of 7
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THE BROWNWQOD BULLETIN OCTOBER 7 1922
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Tic 0 Original Modes
E N NIN G
yJEjovlusive but not Expensive
-A group that radiates the new style :tendencies g
ixom such vantage points as the new fabrics Savoy Sg
and ;Matelasse Bertha necklines and longer skirts g
often draped presents exquisite1 afternoon costumes S
- $16.50 $22.50 $25.00;j$35.00 $42.50 R
$47.50 $49.75 $57.50 gg
$59.75 to $67:50 B
-All the newest things in
DANIEL BAKER GETTING READY
FOR OPENING F00IBALL SEASON
'-: WITH WEST TEXAS -NORMAL TEAM
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE.)
yard Una and advancing 14 yards.
Penfrinton made a yard on! Ylght
tackle. Pennington was thrown for a
yard loss by Bootjack Moore. Normal
kicked and the punt "was blocked and
recovered by .Normal. "Wimberly 01
off tackle for 7 yards and then made
it 'first down through the same hole
Pennington made 3 yaifds off right
tackle. Pennington made a couple of
yards through center. Wimberly made 'yard line.
A pass failed and
Grissom punted to Cheaney who
shook off half a dozen tackier and
was downed on Normal 45 yard line.
for a touchdown. Grady kicked goal.' against the line
Score Howard Payne 26 Normal 0.
The quarter ends.
uotn une-ups same as at beginnmj; Epps made five yards off left tackle
of game except n change in Normal and on second down made it first down
fullback Flewharty relieving Pen-j through the line. Grady made 11
nington. Normal received the kickoff yards off lert tackle. He wa3 goitg
and scrimmage on the 29 yard line. 'so fast when he hit the line he ctr"
Fullback madet nothing around left ried his tacklers with him for the dis-
end. A pass was incomplete and tance. Grady repeated the play for a
Lrrissom punted 2o yards. . Howard 12 yard gain. First down on-Normal
Payne took the ball and after a later- 21 yard line. A shift play was tried!
al pass Grady to Woodward netted for a- pass. to Fred Grady which wan
18 yarAis. A forward nasawas inter-inot eomnlRtnri Wimherlv fnttmontiwi
cepted by Flewharty on Normal In. the ball on Normal 10 yard line and
Normal kicked 40 yards. -Orisaoin kicked 12 vnrris ami XnrnlHl
a yard off right tackle and fumbled Cheaney returning 5. Grady failel tc recovered the hall on a fumble. i
to Howard Payne on Normal 33 yard gain at right end. Cheaney made S pass to Holley made 10 yard's. A pt3
llnc 0 right tackle. Grady went around failed. The next attempted piss was
Grady went around left end IS rift.t end for a touchdown but the- intercepted by E. B. Gradv on Normal
yardB Woodward made a couple of piay was not allowed because Shat-'38 yard line. A pass was" incomplete
yards through center. Epps a yard tuck was held to be' in movement to-lorady made 2o yards around lelt end.
jwvuuu ieit cuu. wiaui7 wuuu ya.uo -waru me nnc of scrimmage wnen the Cheaney lost 2 yards at right end.
oaii was snapped Tnere was some McAlester playing fullback for
argument over the decision. An at- Howard Payne made 10 yard around
tempted pas was incomplete and right end. The quarter ended.
Grady made a short kick which was Final score Howard Payno 38
recovered y snattuck on Normal 66 Normal 0.
A pass to Snattuck. macoj Touchdowns: Grady 2.
Normal held up the game McAloster 1 Wcodward
off left tackle to Normal 4 yard lint-.
Grady went around right end for
touchdown. -Goal was missed.
Holly of Normal received the kickj
off on the 10 yard line and advanced'
21 yards. Wimberly made 4 yards yard line.
through the line Pennington one yard q yal(s.
around right end Holley 2 yards oil
left tackle. Holly fumbled to Howard
Payne on Normal 38 yard line.
Cheaney was held at right end.
Grady made 3 there and fumbled.
Howard Payne penalized. Normal's
ball on its 33 yard line. Penniugton
no gain off right tackle. Howard
Payne penalized 15 yards for holding.
A pass was Incomplete. Wimberly
made a yard in a line buck and Gris-
som punted 2o yards. The ball Is in tie
center of the field.
Epps failed to gain due to a slow
pass from center. The quarter ends
Howard Payne's bail second down 10
yards to gain iiv center of field.
Burns substituted for Fred Grady
at Center for Howard Payne. Epps
made 3 yards at left end. Woodward
made 12 through the line on a fake
pass formation. A pass was incom-
plete. Grady passed to Cheaney 25
yards. Cheaney made 3 yards in a
line buck and Grady went around right
end for a touchdown. Woodward
kicked goal. Score Howard Payne
33 .Normal 0.
lor argumont claiming snaiiucKAVoodward 2
dropped the hall but the ruling was
against the visitors. First down on
Normal 22 yard line Howard Payne's
Howard Payne Fred Grady cen
for: Moore right guard: Bootjack
A lateral IlaSS tO WOOdWard lObt Mnnro loft iriiaril' Wrltrht intfilrO
yards Grady being rushed o:i'richt tackle: Keaton. left tack!:
the next pass and thrown for 10 yard Snattuck right end; Hendcraoii left
loss by Blevlns. Woodward failed to. end; B B. Grady quarter; Epps
gain on a left end run. An onside rjgnt half; Cheaney left half
kick went 20 yards to Flewharty of woodward. fullback. Substitutes
the Normal. C. Holley substituted for Burns Brooks Sandlin McAlester
Flewharty at right half for th-i Nor- jniam.
mal. A forward pass to F. Holley made Normal: Hardin cetner: Fowler
91- yards. The distance was mctts- Tight guimi; FIle cft guard; ?M
ured. A line-plunge failed -to gain nic'ker. right tackle; Blevlns. lert
and Normal kicked to Cheaney on the tacWe; WOrsham. right end; Grisson.
60 yard lino Cheaney returning to lct CU(1. owens quarter; C. Holley.
Normal 6 yard line with a 5i-yarJ rjsit half; Wlmberlv lefi; half:
run. On first down Grady alipped ard Pennington fullback. Substitutes F.
fell wtih a loss of 3 yards a pas Holley. Flewharty.
. Hunting Coats 1
Winchester Guns and Ammunition.
Weakley Watson- Miller Co.
Judge Goodwin Informs
Friends He Will Accept
Place in High Court
failed to connect aud Epih was
thrown for a loss of two yards. Grady
made 2 3'ards at right end and iho
Officials.: Moore (Vanderbiltl ref-
eree; Proctor T. C U.) umpire;
Srntt iX X' M honrl linotiinn ITnrk-
Went Over to Normal Oil fOUrf f.nrn timnVnunnr Tim nr nttfirtnru.
downs. Normal kicked to Cheaney Hi'19 1. mtnittDti
yaras. woodward went through the
line for 19 yard? and a touchdown.
Woodward failed to kick goal.
Brooks substituted for E. Moore at
With just a week remaining before
opening game of the new season
against the West Texas Normal col-
lege at Canyon the Daniel Baker foot-
ball squad Is prepared for the hardest
kfnd of training when the regular
grind is- resumed Monday afternoon.
The Hill Billies will meet the Normal-
itcs ofi Friday afternoon October 13
for their -first game.
While it is not possible to estimate
the strength joI the Hill Billies for the
season due to the fact that they have
not yet met the test of a .game the
sqnad looks' like it is a lot better than
that of last "year and if not handicap-
ped by a string of Injuries the 1922
team ought to go through a very suc-
cessful session. There is a lot of
beef in the squad with considerable
experience and peed. Coach Gllfillan
and Tiis assistant Vernon Carr have a
dozen letter wen to work with and
some of the new material is showing
up unusually well. The wealth of
material with which to work is mak-;
ing the competition keen for places on1
the regular team and this tncourases
the daily practice work a creut deal.
"Pluto" LeMay Is captain of the Hill
Billies for this year. He won his let-!
ter last season as quarterback but1
will probably he shifted to his regular!
place at halfback this year where he!
is expected to he much more effective!
LeMay -weighs around 183 is fast and
ahifty as a runner and gives a great i
deal ofTetrengtb to the backfield. Royj
White.."who is playing his fourth year!
of college football weighs 190 and is I
one of the fastest big men on any Tex- j
as gridiron. He will play fullback in'
all probability. Ed Henley who won j
his football letter at Daniel Baker two
years go. Is on the squad again and'
trying out for halfback. Eloe Strin-
ger from Hamilton High School
weighs 165 and is fast. He is trying
for a halfback herth. Haj-ncs from
DeLeon High is another halfback
prospect. He weighs ISO and is a pass-
er as well as a runner. Faubion from
Lometa; weighs 175 and Is fast enough
for a satisfactory backfield player.
Red Watson letter man in the back-
ficjd last year will be shifted in all
likelihood between the backfield and
end this season. He weighs 180 and
Is pne of the hardest workers on the
stftiad. At quarterback there are sev-
eral good prospects. Henry Pcavy.
one of McEachrod's pupils from
Brownwood High of a few years ago.
Is included js the number and is work-
lag wejl. Adams letter man on the
!WU Billy Squad two or three years
ago isihack In the game and trying
for quaiter. Pratt from San Antonio
MHItary? Academy Is a lightweight but
is. fast and got his football training
linger te late Rufus Perry. He will
he aaloig those present in calculat-lng-lthc;
quarterback prospects. Mc-
Queen from Brownwood high of two
or tare years ago is a light but fast
backfield ctldldatc. Other men on the
Craig letter man last year weighs
235 asd.ls & candidate for center. Irby
frMt ifcst year's squad is also work-
ikf ai ter but may find a porma-
ie6t .fcftrifi ftewewkere else in the line
itotoaiaft wete&ttf 185 and Bill Blair
183 jnacr are among the leading
cifriMaiM tor gaard while BUI Knox
OWff J AM other lighter
iiaWt-jr-are tryiax for the same posl-
tt. AVi&i&m vnm. weigh-;
jagH75; Coke letter man two years'
f&Plkl 9iker(l welghiag 190
fast and aggressive; Stringer fetter
man last year and weighing 180; Lane
letter man last year and weighing
190 'lire' among the principal contend-
ers. 'Af end the regulars from last
season are back on the job. Bill Denny
and Milt Witherspoon. They have as
understudies Taber Vernon Gilliam.
Patterson and others iax and .No-
ble Prentice from Brownwood- High
are jjorking in the line and Doose
frontB4hlnscr weighing 190 and fast
and1 aggressive is one of the tackle
prospects. Doose and Patterson are
not .eligible-- for -T. 1. A. A. games
Doosc'"havin5 registered at State Uni-
versity before coming here and Pat-
terson having played on the S. M. U.
Freshman team last "year. Both will
be eligible in the games against St.
EdWardfi and the School of Mines
however and may be given a try-out
in those contests.
Squad Well Equipped.
The -squad is outfitted .in the very
newest" variety -A. royal blue sweaters
and stockings and present a striking
appearance. Royal blue "Hill Billy"
blankets will alsa be available for the
Miss Grace Lucile Bcvans 'ias been
elected sponsor for the team and is
also leader of the girls "Pep Squad."
which is now one of the most active
organizations in the college.
The Hill Billy schedule includes six
T. I. A. A. games as foUo""! West
Texas Normal at Canyon Oct. IS: T. C
U. at Fort Worth. October 21; Austin
College at Brownwood October 27;
St. Edwards College at San Antonio.
November 1; Trinity University at
Brownwood Armistice Day; Simmons
College at Abilene November 18th;
Southwestern University at George-
town. November 25;. School of Mines
at ElPaso. Thanksgiving Day. Sam
Mrlnnis is b.lsines's manager for the
team this year.
iNormal received the
downed the ball on the 22 yard line.
A pass failed. Wimberly made 6 yards
off right tackle. Brooks substituted
for E. Moore Howard Payne right
guard. Normal punted to Cheaney on
35 yards and he returned to the line
of scrimmage with a beautiful run
Howard Payne tried and missed 'two
passes and then drew a 13 yard pen-
alty for holding. A pass Grady to
Cheaney made back 19 of the required
25 yards. Cheaney went around ripht
end 25 yards for a touchdown: Goai
was missed. Sandlin for Brooks? Mo-
Allster for Woodward Milan for
Normal received the .kickoff and
scrlmmaced on the 10 vard line. Wim-
jb'-rly made 5 yards around left eud.
and Pennington made it first down
kickoif and guard for Howard Payne. Normal re
Q 'A KTK K LY CON FK R ENC "
There will be an Important Call
eeived the kickoff Wimberly inking Sesp!on of thc QuarterIi conference
the ball on the 19 yard line nl ad-.of (hc First Methodiat church at thc
vanciug 10 yards. The quarter ended .Wnh n irirH.v niut nmnhar io
vino vi v u mil t0 ia vv v
" Fourth Quarter.
First down Normal's ball on Normal
29 yard line. A pass was incomplete
Pass- to C Holley made ?0 yards. A
pass to Wimberly made 9 yard.s. A
pass wns incomplete and Wimberly.
made ft first down through the line i
The ball was on Howard Payne's 4-j
yar dune. A pass failed to connect
at 7:30 o'clock. Let all officials stew-
ards trustees and others he present
THOS. S. BARCUS P. E.
The World's Series. Base Ball Game
will be received - tomorrow at the
Brownwood Cotton Exchange through
the Pecan Valley Electric Co. wire-
less play by play. Mr. Lane exper-
ienced board man will receive and
a -. i
and Wlmberlv went 5 yards through posL U1C Banc " ine DS ooam KCt!
the line. A pass Mo Owens made 8 ln& accurate record of each play sc
yards and first down on Howard tnat cvi3r' onc can underJraml par-
Payne 32 yard Jinc-the nearest the fc2tl'- TIcr' arc comfortable chair
visltnr vr Mm m tlnW!r Pvnn' " l0 puoiic is corniauy inviiciu
goal. A pass to Wimlierly wa-j com
Judge John Goodwin answered the
telegram from the Brownwood bar to-
day stating that if the bar felt inclin-
ed to give him its endorsement he
would permit his name to be used in
connection with filling the vacancy
recently created by thc resignation of
Judge Spencer from his place on the
Commission of Appeals. On receipt of
this telegram the Brown county bar it
once wired its endorsement and got in
touch with the bar at Brady San Saba
Balllnger and Colemanr asking that
like action be taken by thc bar in each
of these town3. The response was
tliat action would be taken at once and
forwarded to Austin by wire today;
Judge Goodwin's friends here are
hopeful that Governor Ncff may look
with favor upon the endorsements and
appoint Judge Goodwin to the pdsition.'
Off Brand Batteries Are Like
Off Brand Cars
Watches and etc. Better get the old
reliable PREST-O-LITE. We hare
Ford Batteries at $15.00; Dndgo at
$25.00. Our repairing Is guaranteed:
We do recharging. Free inspection
on'' distilled water service.
Our Phones Nos. 400 and J-1100
are for your service.
Crow Battery Station
f First Presbyterians!
Tomorrow is going to be RALLY DAY in the First
Presbyterian Sunday School and every member of the
Church is expected to be present and take part in the'
program. The attendance goal for the day is
We are depending upon ever(v member being present.
There is a class a welcome and a work for every one.
BE ON TIME-9:45 SUNDAY MORNING
plcted but he fumbled tlio ball to
through the line. Owens made a yard woodward who was downed on the 30
through the line and Pennington made yard line. Epps failed to gain on
a vara auer wnicn urissom punieu . rignt ta.CKie. nownru J'ayno drew a
15 yards. Cheaney made 1 yards off 15 yard penalty.' Cheaney failed to
left tackle Epps made 5 more off right 'gain off left tackle. A lateral pass
tackle. McAlester made a yard thru was taken by Woodward who. ran G2
the line. Grady 6 yards around left yards for a touchdown. Attempt-at
end and Cheaney 12 yards around goal failed. This was the final touch-
right endi First down on Normal 15. down.
yard line. Epps 3 yards off left facklo.j Ball went into scrimmage on Nor
McAliestcr made it first down on the mat 30 yard line. A pa?s was incom-
one-yard line and then plunged over plete. Pennington failed to gain
hx "aRmASS" FILM.
D W. Griffith's newest photoplay
sensation. 'Orphans of the Storm"
adapted Trom the rtagc classic made
famous by "Kate Claxton. "Th Two
OrphanV' will e se?n for the first
time under a United Artists Co:pora-
tfotf -release In thU city at the Lyric
Theatre next Wednesday. Thursday
The production represents tnontba of
preparation and a most careful idudy
of the period depicted the time of the
French Revolution. TUy basis of the
story Is the famous old play bit Mr.
Griffith' aas woven Into it an historical
romance with the thrills of some Of
thc nadcest Cays of the n volution.
Thetgiifllotlse is se?m at Its deadly
worj; and tbc.- an tremendous crowds
of frantic men and women fighting
wildly against the aristocrat in the
hope of freedom
In the role of Henrlette is Lilian
Gish.wjjqse work.dn former Orifflih
productions ba3 placed her at thc fdrc-
froftt of screen artists. Dorothy Glsh
has tbc role of the blind girl Louise
the olker orphan.
There Is veritably an army ot "Oi-
tras' for the numerous hz hcpmph nf
the play not only in revolutionary!
rans wu.siao at the iribuaal and la!
thefurt Versailles whore many
beautiful fetes are held. !
It is said that tta Amnrlr&ii Knar
St. fibrtutihf raolo odtnt lifstalletf In
1S99 the first of the ocean stcamsbib
Put Perishable Food
EVEN IN COLD
posed to the impuri'
ties of germ'ladcn
dust and to moisture.
Bacteria are attract'
ed to any perishable
Then you cannot
depend upon weather. At this season thc
thermometer is likely to rise above 500
any day- which" is too warm to keep
food. Milk above 500 gets stale rapidly--is
soon unfit especially for young children.
The only way to keep food whole
some ij in a welt'iccd fefrigerator "
which keeps it in an even dry cold and
away from all impurities of the air.
Start taking ice now. It will actually
save you money.
This emblem on our
wagons means that
Utcare a member 0
the Rational Assdci'
ation of Ice Indus'
tries pledged by it.
to give you
Full Weight Good Service
Brownwood Ice & Fuel Co.
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