The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 5, Ed. 1, Wednesday, December 4, 1929 Page: 2 of 8
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THE BRECKENRIDGE AMERICAN BRECKENRIDGE TEXAS WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 4 1929
.clophone No. 1
marillo Sandies Consider Bucks "Just Another Hi Team
LADS HAVE NO
FEAR OF GAME
inarillo Coach Priming His
Charges To Go At
m vim i.o. i .. i iictT
jjtu get nt 'r Miignesn iiikI his
If Jltm karoos On Siindlrt vestrr-
klay afternoon proved t tint they
jhnve no lnfcrlorit cnnipli'v In
(regard ti their hl-dtstrlct battle
Jin lirrrkeitrltlgi' Saturilii).
i-usi iur iiie squaii i"Viuenr-t-d
considerable jmc nf tin
"supermen of Abilene the
wifU Ih ture llir hiV.litrlet
C'inw nnd when thej went into
I he conflict tills uwp turned to
iienmiiirs that illil not urtir
I off until the lust half win well
Tr c n . holding Brecken-
Jftt t y but n one af tte h-
iiifirkril The re ut a bunch of
gh ichjol k.Ji Ilk we are. and
ke every t am p ltnve played this
rar And bU.eve me ihc're go-
tig lo iinu out inni a uunrn ni kioh
j-om the Panhandle .in play n
aru nnd a r.i. m any tuncii
om 'lie O i li'. t
All of whu h pi.iu.v - a tough a-
rnr m tin- "Big 'liecn Wave"
The San'l .1 v" . i. be keyed
n this . en r an 1 j . iging from
ic pep ind vntliu insm they put
io tl clt woikout vratciday. the
.iv h at 1 vcd
Anoii'e thing th. tevs rmlize in
nat n y will haw to piu four
;uarlcm GO tmiui! f foot tin 1 1.
in t r. . In part gim. .is they
1 h r'lvini: An.) it .ippc.111
tl 1 ffii'il t'i Jo 80 i'oot
a -t i !. v xi I'.' il l. the
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A r H P'unvuvv ..iniii 7ub-I
c k nnd Wi- hitn In- ("m- will
at beat Brei krni !$; specially in .
lew or me I ici iiiut one or mo
nam luni ' the Buckirooi 1-. to
pull a tie k. coring plmy tight off
he I Jr and thuit get the gontA of
A ll.iu lt.icUfl.lil.
H por- lr.in nucknroo town
in.icir ih.t while thp Green line
ury he MlRhlly llRhter than th
Sand-.torm forward wall the bnek
field wilt more than make up for
tni disparity In avolrdupom Boyce
Mn'nc Mv hov who rMs mo?t of
the 1 ubllc t will w 1Kb clme to 170
pound HIS Ifiothet Aubie who
runs the team welsh 110. Gra-
ham another extraordinary bull
carrier who mutchM Bojce Jlag-
ncss In Rfiind gaining li a 1G5-
pounder whil. I'rultt. the blocklnc
and tackling phvnom and who
hacks up the lino In whirlwind
fashion Is around the 160-pound
jiark. These lads make up a well
balanced set of back.
Iiesplte reports to the continrv
the line won t be much llfihter Mian
A marillo F.ir mntnnce thvy have
11 -iJ5- pound tackle who ha been
seeing conpulctable service of late
but who hasn't been listed n a
regular Then thei. in one of the
Spain brothers who weighs about
103 pounds. nd whj played three-
iuartcr of the Riime against Uan-
gtr nl center. Although Griffin It"
pounds Is listed ns the regular.
Hed Ca'Vi left end. Is touted as
one of the ouUUUldlng wlngrnen In
the Htate He ttpj the beam around
150 or over while hi cousin. G.
Carey at the other end. Is a 160-
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BUOWNSVII.LB Texas. Dc
t With two undefeated years
behind them and the District
No. 8 championship In their
pockets the UrownsvlUe high
school Screaming Eagles are
being conceded a good ehartiie
to crah through to the state
IMnying thee f fnt year in
Class A" competition thv
Sreatning Kagles hsvr won the
No S bunting in a walk run-
ning up high "ore Featuring
n powerful et cunning bnck-
field and a strong forward
well the bolder eleven tins roll-
ed up lH points to opiionents'
Thv orei in order w re
Certnii "htntl 01-0 Robatown
W O IJr.ickenrldge ((but An'on-
ln) HI-0 liarlandale (San An-
ton.. .1 "-( Main Aenu- (Han
Anton. o 21-0. nnd Aua;in 41-13
In an extra gaaie they held the
Agle Kronh -" After a first
smn'itr ruh which reultid In
1 tuurhilnwn the Kigle hvld
:hr Fanner Pish on even tcrtin.
Ijit ea.on while a "It" ag-
1. nation the ltiownsville en-
ii v went through a perfect soa--ii-i
Thvy capped It off by ile-
feitmg DePaul paroehiaj
ih.impions of I'hlcago 3t-0. De-
Ia.il was runner-up for the
Windy City high school tltra.
Only two HVigle wcro lt
fiom the '28 team. One of these
-. rated posts was filled by Hill
.bj". brolitn field phantom.
wki ribld Hmwnsville partl-
. iii.h will tell you m an nll-utiite
half The other position 1ms
I" en adequately filled hy IJllly
Simimei-. a illj:i'klllR 100-
jmiiiwl guild Miinmein cavort-
ed ..ii .1 Hrown villi junior high
. ' v 'ii which 1 1 limed the tatc
.1 1 M'vuii! yi 11 1 l)..o
oich.d by Pong ' Fe.elt-
.1 n foimei Illlno.- tlark Htlil
I. tcieamlng Kagle play
W.uniT foothill wing backs
inlial uiced line ivveise.. lou-
tle reversed cpin. pa-ises. and
when nccessaiy. jiovvcr plunges.
The outstanding feature of
iln team U thv smooth ma-
1 hlne-llke piocision with which
it licks into action. Tho pres-
tit giidstere have played to-
g 'he 1 mild- Juni i high tlays.
nd they hnve the a it of cnoi-
poundcr. lloth ait hard find plny-
i'm on both offunae and dufetiso. .
fox. who Is considered ' probably
the best tacklo In the district. Is to
hi reckoned with. He weighs. ISTi
pound Thompson a 170-poiinder
i a fli'hv ginrd who will make
the 1.I.H1K tough for the Santlios.
Those who ha! men Breckon-n.h-e
in .ution say that Aubrey
Mamies .1 black hailed .stocky
p.. wet ful outh. 1 the beet safety
111 in in the state and is a demon
on 1 unning back punts Prultt is the
hatkflcld blocker of the team while
Boyrv Magnet and Graham do
most of the ball carrying Both
aie comparatively big men nnd are
hard to stop. Boyce Magneu also
Is an accurate pastier anil docs
most of the punting for his club
although any of the backs can
kick as tho occasion demands.
And that'tt tho layout that faces
the Samllts Saturday.
Th loon! club will leave Thurs-
day night for tho scene of the bat-
tle n Hiving Krlilny morning and
working out Friday afternoon on
the Buckaroos' griUlron.
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In The Whole Stale
rratlon and co-cidlnatlon down
to ft rine point. The line-up of
the Juniots of four year ago
contained the names of eight
of the picnent Kaglrs. Nearly
every one of thv boy are 10
years old .mil are playing their
last year of high school foot-
ball. The line weighs around MS)
pound and the bnckXlek! 10B
according to Feaeenden'a fig-
ures Heiv's the forward wall
and poundage Ciowe. LIB 145;
Bennett. IT. 1P2; Stimmcra. I.G
160; O Bryan. C. 1SS; Moore. U
G 16S: Cortes RT. 1ST; Sylves-
ter. ItE 106 The regular becks
are a follows- Xevvmnn Q. 137
Cabtrr. MI. 1S5: Samano. RTI
10. Barnhart. F. 17"
Bennvtt Summers and O'-
Brvan are the outstanding line-
men Higglnbotham. -Aggie
fish coach said Bennett wa
one of the sweetest tackle he
had ever sevn. Summers a
cherublc-faced blond Is n vic-
ious tackier who smacks them
with alt his power and weight.
O'Bryan wne AlKVnlley center
last year and has not gone
back by any means.
In the hackfield the Kaghjs
hnve power speed cunning nitil
beef to burn. Newman quarter
U an c.tremely shitty runner.
He shines at returning punts
and at spin plays. Thy blond
haired chap also is an accurate
tosscr of passes. He returned a
punt for n touchdown against
Cubler. left half is the shlfti-e--'
biokn field runner seen
along the border In many y.uts.
He does his best work coming
thiou(h the right side of the
line on reverses. "Wild William"
il-.ii is a glue fingered pass re-i-fivel
Uodnif.i Suniano. lbO-pound
half. i- a ilungjr tie luxe and
.1 dintjnee iiaaser without peer
in th state. He tossed the oval
1.7 vards to Cabler against
Il.irlandalc this season When
plunging the blue-eyed blond
.Spaniard has seldom baen otop-
ped under seven yards. He plny3
the spin position.
Barnhart captain nnd full Is
another lamming plunger. He al-
so frequently sweeps tho ends
utilising- a etltf arm and 180
pounds of brawn to send would-
be tacklVM's sprawling.
The Screaming Bugles have
vailed a passing attack that
keeps opponents guessing.
Three of tho bncks nro adept
. at tossing accurate spirals.
Crovvc Sylvcfttvn' nnd Cabler
grab the oval from tho ozone
with arlarming regularity.
Whenever opponent get set to
stop the loverses nnd double re-
verses they usually lay them-
selves wide open to a passing
The Btownsvillc club Is said
to be one of the strongest teams
ever to teprcscnt District No.
S in the chase for the state
KW'KTTEVILLE. All.. Pec 4
Milan Crelghton ISO-pound tackle
wns olocted to tho captaincy of Uie
1030 University of Arkansas Razor-
back football eleven last night.
Bernard Uptmoor vvas chosen sub-
cuptnln. Bij Williams
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BE AT BATTLE
Two Candidates For The
Tunney Birth Will
NKW yOP.lv. Dec I U- Five
of the world's leading heavyweights
tre scheduled to appear at Madison
Square Garden next Monday night
and boxing has shaken otf the le
garthy which has prevailed since
"he retirement of Gene Tunney
The heavyweight situation once
more provides the principal subject
ii interest in the sporting world
Unfortunately only two of the
heavyweights ere scheduled to
fight Otto Von Pot at hard hit-
ting Norwegian from Chicago and
Phil Scott Hngllsh champion being
scheduled for a twelve tound bout
as the feature of a Christmas fund
The other three two foimer
champions and the ranking con-
tender appear In vniylng loles.
Jock Dempsey most colorful of nil
heavyweight champions ha ob-
tnlnud a New York's referee's li-
cense and is scheduled to officiate
tho Scott-Von Porut bout his first
apiwarance as a referee In New-
York Genu Tunney whoso retirement
loft tho heavyweight class in its
present clmos returned yesterday
from a 16-months Euioppan trip
and i expected to attend the bout
m a spectator II was nuggextod
that inasmuch as Tunney is one of
the committee to decide the winnet
of the Muldoon-Tunncy tiophy ym-
liollcul of the clvimpion--hlp he act-
as udge in the Srolt-Vnn P01.it
fight Genu appeared aglni-t ut
the id. a
"Oh my." lie gapped. ' that would
be a touRh Mtu'vtlon. '
Jack Sharkey recognized a.s the
leading contender for the title will
be present as a spectator and to
"scout" the man he may bo called
upon to meet in a fututo elimina-
tion bout at Miami Beach later In
Further interest was added to the
situation by tho return yesterday
of Joe Jacobs manager of Max
Schnicllng. Jacobs has been in
Em-one to confer with the German
heavyweight and lepoited that Max
will sftll for America snoruy dcioio
Christmas. Schnieling has signed
to fight nn uivseAcctud opponent tit
Atlantic City Feb. 22 and plans
lo establish training headquarters
nt the icsott city about Jan. 1.
Victoria Caiupolo Arguntino hea-
vyweight will leave his native
haunts next Sunday and sail for
America to fulfill his conttact for
several bouts under direction of the
Madison Square Garden corpora-
tion. Young Strlbhng nnd Primo Car-
ntra. tho Italian man mountain
who complete the list of recognized
utio conienui. .: ... -
a return bout in Paris Dec. 15. The
big Italian plans to sail for Amor-
ca Immediately after the bout jf he
succeeds in repeating his pievious
victoiy over the Gcoiginn and with
his ai rival there will be enough
tons of fighters on hand to provide
an Intetesting winter seascn of
The return of Tunney and his
bride the former Polly Lauder
aboard the S. S. Vulcania was yes-
terday's foaturo event In fistic clr-
clej) oven though Gone emphasis-
ed that he Is through with the
Tunney adopted a conciliatory
attitude towards the pres and pho-
logrnpheis. but refused to leave the
ship until nn Impromptu reception
committee Including ouch utrlking
characters as "Joe the Goniff."
"Dumb Dan" Morgan "FaUo"
ZucUerman two sons of "John the
Batbcr." "One Punch Willhinu and
other hangers-on of the ring
urtned with banner" reading "wel
come horn". Tunney " was dfeqiers-
cd. The loirner champion ref'jued to
dLieusa the S500.0D3 breach of prem
ise suit brought by Mrs. Knthcrlne
amount alleging altenaUon of nr-
fcctlons. filed by her husband hut
was quite willing to talk about fU-
Of Hawkey es
CHICAGO. Dec. 1. il'I.')--Thc fnc
ultv committee of tho Big Ten Con
ferenci' must decide Friday night!
whether or not the Utilveisity of
Iowa 1 o be reitututed In order
tluit couches ot illy stchools can ui-
rangc their schedules at their Sl't-
ur.lav mooting according to IM-
uoiinccnicnt by Maj. John L. Grif-
fith coiumlwioner. O
Tlie HowKee nchool wai sue-
pcudcil ftom the coilfcr.nco last
May. hut the usprniion w no
to take effect until Jan. i. It tho
committee accepts tho pica und or-
dcrn the school ieinUrod Ipwa
will iciuin" to the fold without
ever hav.ng bun out of It except
Moat of the cgnferencc .oa.ln.-i
already havts acUedulvd interec-
tlontil tpotball samea tor next year
blit trtuat ilrrungq their conftu-anco
sclwdutea Saturday and can. do
nothlug until they knovy whether
Uisy will bs permitted lo play Igwa.
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ty y cs
We've been called u liar
ugnln. Now that's nothing tut -usual
but tho leiuarks him:
tiMi.iy been confined lo tho
columns of two well kmi'.vit Oil
Belt scribe namely t'ottoti
('rots nnd IJttle Boy 111 11c
Cumjiliell. Thej don't ciri"
what nnd when they -ay :i
thing. Thej hint" no scrtlt 'e.
Hut from nvvn.v up on the wind
swept planes of tilt Teuis
skillet handle comes onu Ilc-
Wltt Ijiqdls of the Amnrillo
Globe to cull this humble ile-
lntrtment vvnrbler a fibber We
don't mind that for It ha been
done before and imllko the.
famous scene In "The Virgin-
ian " we laughed. But if this
good friend in Am.irillo onlj
Know in what class ho was sail-
ing when talking like thai ho
would never step down that low
again. IIt evidently doesn't
know Messrs. Cross and Camp-
bell. di:fi:xus sanihks
I.indis jumps and ctys. "the
Sandies don't avctage 18-1 pounds
In the line." How do we know they
don't? We have never seen the
Sandies in action and Mr. LanUIs
probably hasn't ever seen the Buck-
aroos In action. Wc nay the San-
dies average 181 pounds per man
in tho forward wall because wc had
an Amarlllo piogtnm before us and
took the weights thereon. Chances
are that program had tho weights
shaved down a bit.
I-mills sajs tlir Sandies won't
weluh much more than tho
Bucks. That has little to do
with tho question. Fact of tho
matter is tho Buckuroos will
iliiln nn those) big buddies. The
bigger thi" arc tho harder thc.v
fall jou know. Tho Bucks
aren't worijing about the si.o
of the bandies they arc wor-
lied over tho ability of said
Sandies. If they are big nnd
good also well nnd good the
fans will seo om grand scrap
out tlit'lo Satlirdn.v hut if the
.Niinilli's arc just big well. It
might he just another ball
Amarlllo coaches and publicity
agents arc driving at the "inferior-
ity complex" situation which seem.-.
to have worried the Panhandle en-
tries for tho nast nine vcais. The
Sandies arc over theit stage flight!
now having learned their lesson
hist year at Abilene we arc told.
You know Mr. Landls Blondy
Cioss used to call the Buckarooa
tho "Foldup Club." Wc will never
forgot that down hete. Ctoss ham-
mered and hammeted nt that com-
plex but he flopped this year. The
Bucks didn't fold up as they were
supposed to hitve done. We used
to have an Inferiority complex
here too but no more. Defeating
clsco and AbIcnc cnangcd thlnss 0
blt for tne Buckaroos.
The Buckaroos ureu't look-
ing for any team to conio hero
Saturday that wilt give up when
tlu'.v say "boo". No sir the
Bucks intend to battle every
second of that game and the
team that come- out on the big
end of tile score will be the
best team for tho Bucks aren't
wanting the Stmdleft to feel
scared. Everything Is going to
be so home like here that the
Suiutics will pltij their lwst
and so will the Bucks Power
to the best club which wo hon-
estly iM-lievi" is tho d'inii-stics.
So sciutch off the "Inferiority
complex" publicity. We don't be-
lieve in it. Better just etick to
raeu and figures nnd tell your lads
that the Bucks nrc tough and wc
will do the same. They know it
anyway and ir thoy don't believe
the Lord knows Uioy ought to loau
to the Golden Sandstorm crew.
This is no game thut calls for c.ock-
inois. It will bo a. fight from whls-
But wu still mnlntuln the Sandies
Wo have received a couple of
j more nil-district sclcction-i from
I Prcxy Anderson Abilene and Stan
ley Norman or Big spring uney
don't difrer in many respects from
the rest of them but here Ihcy aie:
McQueen. Brownwood. G. Curcy
Bicckcnrldgc ends; Grimes. Ange-
lo Cox. Brcckenritlsc tackles;
Neelv. Abilene. R. Miller Cisco
guards; King Angelo. centoi ; .Mc-
Laughlin. Rungcr quarter; B. Mng-
nrwi BiccKcniidKc Allien. Abilene
Ihilf. Gr.ilium. Breckenrldgo full.
ci Mirtntiiii. CIjcu. Bi others Angv
In. end; Bumpcth Ransei'" Grosc-
cjlosf. Abilene tackle: Thompson.
Brcukcnridge. Jcffcrlcn 'Abilene
guurd; Horton Rangci. center-
Lynn. Sweetwater quarter! White-
head Ciaco Cheatham Eaotland.
half: Blid Mincial WclU. full.
Und-. G. Cartj BrccUcnrldge and
Jake Uentloy Abilene.
Tucklea. Gr.mcs Sarr Angelo und
Guards: Ncely Abilene und ltiy
Center: GvKfln .Krcckcuritlge.
Quarterback". Boyce Masncji?
Halves. Buster Bcll his iipslas
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nnd Smokcy Allen Abilene.
Fullback: Dave Graham Brcck-
enrldge. Second Team
Knds: McQueen Brownwood and
Van Horn Cisco.
Tackles; Bfckerstaff Sweetwater
and Groscclosc Abilene.
Guards: Bumpers Hanger and
C. T. Thomas Brownwood.
Center: Jim King San Angelo.
Quarterback: McLaughlin Ran-
ger. Halves: Cheatham Eastland and
Wlllatd Miller. Cisco.
Fullback: Bird Mineral Wells.
TO KEMOVK IKON FUKNACi:. Httsburg and Magni. Penn. gutmls
Cos Colgate center; abl-k. Col-
AUSTIN Dec. I. U.PJ-The State Katp mlaltr..bn(.k; Dow'er Colgate
iron furnace nt Rusk elected dur- Harper nrd and Brazil Be-
ing the administration of former trolt n uimr .. anJ parnlngon
Governor Tom Campbell Is to be putshurg. lul' nek.
torn down. Bids on Its removal The team Is- mlted to men who
were ordered today by the State have completed collegiate football
Board ot Conttol.
In The Oil
Abilene . . ..
San Angelo .
Eastland . . .
Big Spring .
(Note: Mincial Wells was aw
ed a win owr Big Spring in
game on fitst down check.)
Btcckcnridgc PS. Big Spring 0.
lit-ecKcnriuge ..- .Mineral ncusu.
Btcckeniidge 12 Eastland 0.
Bicckenrldgc 59 Brownwood 6.
Breck-jnrldge 21 Cisco 0.
Breckenridge 32 Sweetwater 6.
Breckenridge 26 Abilene 0.
Breckenrldgo 15 San Angelo C.
Brcckcnrldgy -10 Ranger 7.
Ahilcne 27 Sweetwater 0.
Abilene 13 Brownwood 0.
Abilene 27 Mineral Wells 0.
Abilene 6 Ranger 0.
Abilene 2S Big Spting 6.
Abilvnc O.'Bicckcntidgc 26.
Abilene 19 Eastland 13.
Abilene G San Angelo 12.
Abilene 10 Cisco 7.
Cisco 20 Sweetwater 0.
Cisco 21 Brownwood 7.
Cisco 13 San Angelo 7.
Cisco 0 Breckenridge 21.
Cisco 18. Mincial Wells 0.
Cisco 12 Ranger 11.
Cisco 22. Big Spring 12.
Cisco 27 Eastland 0.
Cisco 7 Abllcn-j 10.
Ranger 10 Big Spring 0.
Ranger 7 Brownwood 12.
Ranger 26 Eastland 6.
Ranger . San Angelo 6.
Ranger 13 Sweetwater 12.
Ranger 0 Abilene 0.
Ranger II Ci3co 12.
Ranger 20 Mineral Wells 19.
Ranger 7 Breckenridge 10.
San Angelo 19 Mineral Wells 0.
San Angelo 11. Big Spring 0.
San Angelo fi Ranger 7.
San Angelo 7 Cisco 13.
San Angelo 61 Sweetwater 0.
San Angelo G Eastland 12.
San Angelo C Breckenridge 15.
San Angelo 12 Abilene 6.
San Angalo 15 Biownwood 0.
Eastland 16 Sweetwater 0.
Eastland 0 Ranger 26.
Eastland 0 Breckenrldgo 12
Kasttanil 5)8 Big Spring 0.
Eastland 11 Brownwood 13
Eastland 12 San Angelo 8.
Eastland 13 Abilene 10.
Eastland 0. Ci?co 27.
Kastland 12 Mineral Welts 20.
Brownwood 12 Ranger 7.
Brownwood 0 Abilene 13.
Brownvvood 7 Cisco 21.
Biownwood 6 Brecki'ntio.i Wi.
Brownwood 7 Mincial Wells 0.
Brownwood 13 Eastland II.
Brownwood 23 Sweetwater 6.
Brownwood 7 Big Spring 6.
Brownvvood 0 San Angelo 15.
Mineral Wells 0 Sun Angelo 19.
Mineral Wella 0 Breckenridge 23.
Mineral Wella 6 Big Spring 6.
Mineral Wells 0 Abilene 27.
Minvral Wells 0 Brownwood 7.
Mineral Wells 0 Cisco 18.
Mineral Wells 19 Ranger 20.
Minora! Wells 26 Sweetwater 8.
Mineral Wells 26 Eastland 1-.
Uig Spring 0 Hanger lo.
Rig Sprni5 0 Breckcntulgc 58-
Hlg Spring 0 San Angelo 11.
Big Spring 6. Mineral Wells 0
Big Spring 0 Eastland 33.
Bg Spring 6 Abilonc 2S.
Big Spiing II Sweetwater 0.
Big Spring 12 Cisco 22.
Big Spring 0 Brownwood 7
Sweetwater 0 Cisco 25.
Sweetwater 0. Abilene 27.
Sweetwater 6 Uatlaod 16.
Swostwater 12 Ranger 13.
tiwoetwater 0 San Angelo 6l.
Sweetwater . Breckenridge 32.
yweetwatsr 0 Big Sprtwg It
Sweetwater 0 tjrownwoqd 23-
Swestwatcr 8 Mineral Wells 28.
For The East-
West Annual Go
HAMILTON. N. Y.. Dec. 1. U.F
Klcven playcu who have been In-
vited to play with the all-eastern
football team which will engage
.1 picked tcr.m of western stars for
rhatity at San Francisco New
Yeat's day were announced last
night by Coach Andy Kerr of Col-
gate who" with Dick Hnnlcy of
Notthvvestern has dltectcd the all-
eastern team for the last four yents.
Those Invited ate Siegrlst W. &
J. Booma. Dartmouth and Don-
chess. Pittsburg ends; Montgotnety
competition nnd have not played
in ptcvlous e ..it-west games.
Hanlcy will pick an additional'
eleven men from the middle west
and the entire squad will assemble
at Evanston Dec. 10. and proceed
to Palo Alto where it will prac-
tice on the Stanford University
DALLAS Dec. 3. (U.P.I Only final
anDroval of the second annual Dixie
football classic a came between
667 the Southwest and Big Ten all-stats
.556 ! was awaited today befotc plana
.4 14 I arc rushed to conclusion.
.114 I Ray Morrison S. M. U. coach and
.250 ' Jimmy Pbelan Purdue mentor al-
.125 ready have agreed to coach the two
noil elevens which ptobably will meet
here New Years Day for the Texas
Scottish Kite hospital for crippled
jchildien. The hospital board was
j to meet today to discuss the game
GILMTR Texas. Dec. 3. (U.P
Gilmer high school students tod y
celebrated winning of the footbar
championship of District 7. class B
The Buckeyes cinched tho title vcb-
terday when they defeated the
Mine-!a Yellow-jackets 19 to 0. The
game was played on frozen ground. 1
DALLAS Dec. 3. (U.P.' Geoige
Kot3onares the Hollywood beauty
today faced a chance to climb into
the same ring with Gus Sonnen-
berg champion heavyweight wrest-
ler following his ictoiy hete last
night over Abie Coleman Biocklyn
grappler The Sonncnberg-Kotsi-
THE NEW HUMBLE
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You will want your clothes clean and smart looking
for the liig (lame its the eyes of all West Texas will be
upon you. .Phone -llo-Ill earlj and avoid the rush.
We it Texas' largest and finest cleaners are equipped
lo yive ou Hot Shot Service at any hour of the day.
MeCSar an -Paschal!
Not How Cheap But Oh How Fine
CLEANERS DYERS HATTERS
I na'o match will be held here soon
1 it vvas announced.
I DALLAS Tex. Dec. t. (UPJ
ITcxas football fanJill get nn cyo-
I fill of the gridiron game as it is
plnyctl in the big ten conference
when the North Central all-stttra '
Invade Dallas New Year's day for
a charity game with the southwest's
Tho Masonic Hospital boatd ga'
the game Its officials sanction y j
Jimmy Phelnrt Purdue meutoi
who will coach the big ten team
will bring Jack Elder Notre Dame
speed merchant with him it waj
ABILENE Te D sc. I. 'I'tPV
Dewey Mayhew and Pat Murphv
football coach. - wl-o for years have
brought attece o Abilene high
school el-.in 1 iv been secuted
again fot iv 1
Thin - non t . iglrs lost but
two g.imo lui' oi ni.ic district con-
tet. DALLAS 1.x D. 4. (U.PJ-
"Choc" Sandu " M U. guard and
Captain and Gordy Brown Texas
U. tackle and Cip'nn both have
received invitatiors to play with
the "west' in the enn -al post-season
east-west" game played New Years
day in Sun Francisco.
They have not yet accepted tho
CHICAGO. Dec. 1. (UP.)- Dan
Daly Cleveland heavyweight has
bcon selected to meet Charles Ar-
thur 'The Groat" Shires White
Sox first baseman In the ball play-
1 r's first stint as a ptofessional
prize flghtor here Monday.
ST. LOUIS Dec. -1. (U.PJ- Eddi."
Shon Chicago easily dofe.-tcd
Young Montreal Providence R. I
In 10 rounds hcto last night.
AUSTIN Dec. 1. (U.R With mole-
skins and helmets stored away un-
til next fall the Univorsity or Tex-
as basketball quintet will play its
first practice game ' here Friday
night against tho San Marcos
VW iy T 9 C nr
"'top for ju3t a moment u lien
the flashing S on n greea
oak leaf. That sign on
a dealer's window.
.vhether it be a big
window or a rmall . ui
ic.is a fricndlv ..'
Best 11 re of
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