The Abilene Morning Times (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 70, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 7, 1928 Page: 3 of 6

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Back. To Health
City Parks, Camping Place*,
Recreation firounds and Outing
kesorts—All Breathing spots
For Humanity Should fie Preserved
Both For Today And For Tomorrow.
ABILENE TIMES PAGE OF SPORTS
To Conserve Life
The Playground And Field
Of Sport Have For Their Object
The Conservation of Men and
Women. Boys and Olrli, The
Creative Masterpiece df The Master.

COWBOYS ARE i EAGLE FIVE
JO PLAY HERE WIN FIRST
SATURDAY!;'!» CAME 19-7
The Abilene KukIus started the
ige season off fight Thursday eve-
ning with a 10 In 7 win over the
The Oklahoma Tivcher.s will |>< . ,, ,
... ' ... •>• „ ' „• 1 cage season off right Thursday eve
the next team to .-oppose the Sim- . . . . . _ _
-Mons. Govvboy cage team and the
game will be played on the Cowlmy
Corral court Saturday evening be- j-
ginning at 7:30. |
Coach Frank Ilridges and Iris 'ca-.j
gers have just completed a long ,
... . . ,i Mitchell. Clyde Cason and Travis
road trip and returned home I burs- ; , , , , r<
day. They returned without turning
^|nany victories, but it revealed a
lot to the new coach that is cal-
culated to help in the Texas Con-
ference, chase. The Cowboys won
the first game of the trip, from a
Hieckenridge team, then they drop- , ^
ped the next five in which they met '
>S. M. C and North Texas State
Teachers, and v\on the final with a ; M-tilll UKSCI,1'>.
Wichita Falls team. -. ' .
— ^ ' - OCK.-VN' I'AIII:, ('a!.. Ji t». r
Clyde basket ball team in the first
practice skirmish of the year.
The jih.yt i s getting a workout
Thursday were Ar.drus, Salkeld,
and Graseclose. centers; Frank
Mitchell. Clyde Cason and Travis
j linker, forwards: Aul.tmari Smith,
Preston Ilynuin, W T. Ward and
Jesse Moody, forwards.
The prospectf- For the team has
been cut to 20 and Coaches Fnth-
eri'ce ati'T Rattan are molding the
team for ' the di.slriet: tourney to
d'in l'c'oruarv
A. C.C. SQUAD
CUT TO TITO¥E
MEN BY COACH
Seven, letter' men -'.oil - reserve
from. 1-a.s' ycar.anjl three, frshmen
ceniipose the 1.2 men on which
Coach A , Tl Morris of Aljiletfi!
Christian College will depend for n
winning basketball team it wa in-
dicated Thursday afternoon when
he cut his prospects from 30 to n
dozen
The following men" are the first
selections: Powell, Hill, Chervea.
Durham, Bullock .and Colley,
guards; Oweps and Fox, centers;
Coons, .Climb, HendricW and Jack-
son, forwards.. ■ , , •
POLICE GET HINTS ON HOW TO WALK CORRECTLY
G. O. P. Leaders
In Conference
ONSI.OW C.ftTX KKI KASK.
Jack On..low, who coached Was'tr-
i 11440 n Ditchers," has Id-en-' released
by Manager Ititi ky Harris.
KANSAS CITY, Mil., .Ian. H - I
•• Col.'lie I less, local featherweight. -o'iblic;in. chieftains under.; Wil-1
j defeated A1 .Canrejnr> Filipino,.'ill.
"[■"eight rounds.
SPOUT ItKSI I IS.
•OKI.A1IOMA CITY, J-'i <"
Fr-ii Wliittingtoll dcfoal.-d A:I r:i»»
Cooper in 10 rotinds.
iiasketbaii. I Woman Wears Male
T. ('. U. 20, North, Ti xan Teach-
ers 23, at Fort Worth.
Houston Y M. ,C A. Triangle 41,
Texas A. & M. .la, at College Sta-
PROVIDENCE- Man's oldest habit
received a paradoxical Jott when 37
members of the Providence Police De-
partment took their first lesson in
tion..
St. Joseph IlillyatiU at), W ichita
lllks 2K, at St. Josejih, Mo.
Mari|iietU> I'.'It!, .Oregon Aggies
la, at Milwaukee.
Ice Hockey.
Montreal Canadians' .1, Chicago
lllack Hawks 1, at Chicago.
A Coif.
Hob Wiirgate of .laeksonville,
Fla., led <;11aliti« is in amateur club
champions' Itntirti.ey ah St Angus-,
tine, Fla., with .'Is "P 77.
Hilly l!i|rkiy Portcliester, N V .
Attire; Arrestea
llv Cnlted Press.
O.VIA IT A Jan ll . I'(dice r daj
were lioliling .laci|iiellne M'tu-.t,
. I, anil I'i ai I Mel i uiiiell, 2-'.. for
invest itiatlon; white In.-(>e< toi 'of
I >• tei n\'es Oanbanm. ppi used, t lie
statutes to' see if it is a .una
Nebraska law for -fine w onia 11 -i >
pose as the husband .ol amit-bVr-
Miss .Mon t.- who - welsh,?. IKr»
pikynls, was .fouu.it li villi; in a
downtown hotel with Mi Me
I»onne||. who weighs .less than
I on poiltids. Tliev were' reeiste.is
oil, as "Mr. and Mi s l-r.-il VI •-
Il.'i'.ncli " ■
I - i M.' ltutler. chairman iff the 1
;i...I .Hi publican Coriiiaittec,-
i , i.i in).i ■ ssion here to lity plans
r.,v '1 . ■>; ill nal c invention of the
II II. I", to bo held in )• .in a- eorrect walking under the direction of
Ciu Hi • i Jane : pr. Wo. M. Scholl. noted toot eclen-
. 'I'tin . in 'M. J Jailer- at III. fiI.st | . _
s vi s vi.i i ti nun m iin>
llv •I'nited 1'ies.v . .. . ; .. / '
|llJM.l\, Jan. (I. T'ifen.- n
%
I r.llis County produced 107,000 ' Fort Wortljs sold to Bill Ferguson,
! biiles of 1027 cotton. (.Wellington, Kansas, 2,100 head of
• ♦ m— 3-year-old choice steers for spring
2,100 Head Steers ' ! at $9° pcr h1ftd-,
i Gif\rt nnn .The steers «re on Anderson and
Sold for $1 90,000 | Keen's ranch in Iiaylor and Throck-
! Caftie iledi involving J1'.10,000 morton Counties, where they also
was con-unimated Thursday when J have 2,500 choice, coming twos and
IC I,. Keen an J. I.oe Anderson j 2,000 yearlings.
rrar*
snappy Me|,»
•WulKiiu; "i": *. • !•' •
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tk iii.il i of ( i.
Of . t I'! •
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in'rvliri" t.niljiV ht y'\ih- ■ Hntjrr WPJV
('<»t»M11111«< u«•)•(» 1\ Mi VImh y I
VfeWii:: «.M I »>ri( s (1 ;i: M I- 11 ill a M
Mn hij/:' t \|i- Wilm i Sin*
tlfit of Chicago. '
"Only .one In fifty knows lio,w to
walk corrcctlyi" Dr. Scholl told the
Providence cops. "Don't toe out. Its
harmful; keep your fett '6tfalf'ht
ahead, cht-et out, head take brisk of a'U tunh).ill.
!dcntify Three of
Submarine Victiiiia
> int -
tr U.'l
e-liiir- I.evi'ii Olro; .Ml - AIV in I'-
ll art-, Iveiituehv; Mi - '.race 'Sej.n- j
ole . Hurlimrliari. Mis ou i and
< 'Vuiv-mitteeuiei.il Pav.id M MirHJ'" .
Kansas, and Hi I It. Clement. .
M is'siu! ri. -
Those exjiected. at tla-'e.ilii ludlinc
sessioir tomorrow' are i iiarii 1*.
Millies, N't'w .Vorks J. Henry J!?>r:i-
baek, • Connecticut-; Will<a: • II
■Ciiicker, CaTilornia. and Ralph II
Williams, "ri(jon. --
W. nivn iiiehibt'is of the etmimil
.1 *'«» siij.it tin y had in» particular. »>l>-
| jeetiVt' in tin" next nutronul con-
V« ntn>n
"Our j<>!» is y» •h»t, invt
n.at<
i cln*(l . lor l>'pditvs; IfMiay.. in. tin !
I' ruin ' <»l a
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\y .Vs! I I \| i i.< »\; .la'H. Tr
Th-
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was lies(MiliMl ,li\. .-< ht-a'.;. « \pI'I ,
ion la■ t n'ilit' 11 w-.i In lieM- . |
I I j i I Mil. u . •l l I'led- : |. v. V.-fity [■
were in mi ed V i .-.vi- h .. Sl-veri-! |
vs < r«. ii l i s i n ' . . i
ItOltltN .1(1 N I s I.I IS .1011
I'.y I nited l'ii"s • |
ATLANTA. Ca . Toil. Jlolil^y'
Jui'h w lio ■. i.. iith pa-.. . I,i ; e\
a initial ions, a n.'t. 1ier.,-ine ». f ill j
tledsed law >> I l.a - be.-n ppoili!
id local .counsel i.f ilie .^uc.iliei I-'
Hallw ay The as -i;;il!:i«■ iVf w ill on l y
a:,! Mis lla- r "l tlvmtr j take |iarl of J lie time :nf ;1..- »•. .1 •
i .fir i' i i,':, tto,- be. i. moved
i i'io'il. .tlhi i.i'ov i .-ujiiiiai iti'' !■) -1, off
I I'i ■ . in. i low'i ,■ w i 11: i ' >i I'.ieil-
tr.i.ani a 'in. -11: i •: i.-i' I Coy h Join ■
I a t'li-i u < i a i-P J--,. - oH- . M'-llinlej. '.an.I "
(''.i,v.-i' Via. nun i' - Mat. Aaron A! ' s r \-! l.'oKli, Jan. u. An appeal
■liilfVdii'Mik'i'.;', fliT A'aVy I )"|;;i::'tiinl ill l"l' In il.iiai; hitli.'. I new stand.u.l
a III I.it tod.iV '; - '■ in AilHo It a';- i11 ■■ I el Ol il Industry,1
'I .,- ii. n W» i. 'hi. lit'ifi'i J -b'y a e . i n tl ..m. .!i Hie present favorable
finj^t j pi i
in i t from tin n«iv \ , . ii ii:J h'ti. ol hi ee<l« rs and .produc
to i Cucii tin
Miss, 'Moivi told ll.inh.nim
top pet I (jualilii'is in I.us Vn^«.le.s. lu,nl h«'en Jjosin^ iti nuile aHire| ■mirrt'-t-s' us is f.u' yueress of j fviiiu. ,
^'10,000 bpeit ni<M-t wil)\ ejird. «>f l.MT sitn o .slu- \\ as In yeiirs ohl Sin'j |{» nuhli« ;ii» pi nn iph - and candi | 0 — 1 ♦
foiv 3(» holt Si. .I* ir. i Ia Indos' of tonml it ea,sie|* to obtain ivni|d«»y ■ da it* Piutv it (ruin r it v lHaf \i HITOIM I I (MM) \ll» ISM I
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Mui-'eMl ft' \ i;. i^.»fion, O/t'u'i.al lio: «; has t iIm d ' them
trfi ation of iji v idi litifixation .has 1 In icht »d* orr-ent ftanelards, has I
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BARLEY
SADLER
AND HIS
OWN COMPANY
OFFER
A Story of Desert I/n o
"THE
SH1EK"
Kudolph Valentino's
Fitnious Success
(A Novelty Play)
SPECIAL SCRNKKV
and
ELECTRICAL
EFFECTS
Change of Vaudeville
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GET THE HABIT!
SEE SADLER!
TOMORROW NIGHT
"HOOSIER
BOOTLEGGER"
(A SCKIIAM)
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I>iip.-i-. a!' the - nil.' if lull I
., -on, i; I'. IMattox, -Jin.
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.I' ru i-.-ii.-i'viiijI;
i liaiiilier -i.il' i oininci'ce. pfl'iciala,
and to il »»fy»ni'/.'itiem wlfhtiHi.-
; ... «| .' in In ' ii' ' "'-s a'tlriI' ■ I
|yill(i l.i-.J I' i -1 I.i • • .lannaiy issue ol ^
Up t i i st ' .Tie., A u.e i.ie.ih Hereford Journal. !
A tierdeeii. S. 11 , lull I l.a I 1 lie.i i | i,.,t mi e and 11 «i • - wninill ale Koliliisnn I ill i apl oni 'ill . 1.,; '; j, v j;'. '. vv|, aiifhf ," i . .. V'olils pi i>!ni.-e 01
'biii tie. » a..- in lliiMe, Mnn' . I !> publie ■ n "n <t b. cause husbands I .faoo.on.i for i oiiUmiaiu e of . • nin. • , ,. ■ . . , .. i , . ' | , i, ,|' in id fetter' 111 inns for
I (iillli.a am aid he would hold.' or. In o tin i: :>. ie, lint lieeaut.e tin y nil - 1 I v ■ aiicilt wo: k In t be llii'd ;rr-«-a <. t1lroti»'ii lla st,- fr - \. . : . ..n ll--e!ord lin'b't-.
Ilie couple. i)0HI tlieii i<v,t|-,l,.-. are dot land the in inejples for wliich ' Hie. IVlissii--ip• >i' Y'a.lley. ,,w *' oilier Indicntioo v,. .- tiiat t.fn tlit'. > i n-din ■ • to Colhi- t - ,\i»proxiiiiJitoiy
l Inn oiiKl.ly I iVv CHt iKut I in- pally stand--, lint development , < d: favoi ably reported, fiv t lie ^ nn ii.'.i . -'if i a. S'i'.. V;. w' iiad di.'-.l '^o p.- icelit in: tease- over the. a v-
Nav> .-I'lli. lai-. uiil.- loafe l''2ii pi. e was ri'.ill/.eil bet
Mi. ami Mtc W. J l.asatei a>t';■■■ tlal I' she said, "and we won't si
f w oiiieii III lioliI ic. will be gl ad: j ate A;;ri. itIXll« al ( oiuimHee loda .' ■■-|,y dt^vii.
fnnd will enable th.- led. . I
vear"-'by • Herellutd cattle rnisei r.
I uls'a, I *k!a , are visiting in A111 ® C w oinan-p ti : ident iu n<■ ii• -1 at i. ■ n
I cite today, the quests of Mr/a-nd ♦ ♦ *
i Me. llii^li llmkabee Sininwns
W Im
Koycrtinirat to> uefUliie the bin d. ii l.ockl. U't silbsarib.-d. to- aid - sin. e t bis., increase scarce y
• • '. til' bivnknipt' cnii.nties -o tJt.rt tarin ward e.-t;ibli hn-i i:t of .-> 'iiiiiei y . .jfi,111» <1 llif comparative price 'I'l-
H.iuil "coDstrilction ,'nte/il ahl Jlia y be rallied oil en-n bej'e. \aitee in ,< oinrietclal l«ee( eattie
Avi'tnie, and Mr. and Mis. J A work in Wbaitoli County beiiiK , tlnnifii the couiilles w e.tc unable ,.o , 1:1, lo, minion M|e.c-Ui.:. Ifu'b.t i.i .MUlctlbn. a .still better <tV«>* is
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Armour's, Pels,
Carnation
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MATCHES
Cicscent, per lx)x
3c
ORANGES
The biifRest
in town, do/.en . .
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GRAPEFRUIT
i.ar^c Texas
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5c
POTATOES
10 Ih. ff>r
2!t
CLEANSER
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PEACHES
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SUGAR
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25c
PORK CHOPS
(iood and Lean .
25c
PORK ROAST
Pound .........
25c
SAUSAGE
Pure
Pork . . .
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