The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 60, Ed. 1, Wednesday, February 10, 1932 Page: 4 of 4
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THE BULCKENRIDGE AMERICAN B&ECKENRIDGE. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY FFBRUARY 10 1932
Telephone No. 1
Buckaroo Cagers Play Final With Abilene Tonight
HERE TO BUC
Trio Of "Regulars" Out As
Grcenies Click Off A
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ml .-n!- he ww iiitin
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when 'ne nf hi lon- nf
PfM'! 'hi .imh thr be.sk I
Steven It 1(11(1 r forward w i t'io
R. tterins; " of the Bull 1' rig
rUec'Jon lie tilled rlh' if the
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TEXAS ATHLETES TO i
TRY FOR OLYMPICS!
.MSTI.N Feb 10 u.P 8lxt.en
I'nivermty of Texas athletes have
been tentatively letod by coaeh
r for try-out4 for the Olympic
Games In I-" Angi'les. The i lac
tion will he ii'Wied by prelimi-
nary ilUtrwt trials 11 1 Houston
and by the S iuthwetern tryvut
at New OiI.mhi Dates for the
rent lwi nl been net
Forcrnont im iik the candidate
will be Wilbur l Weaterfeldt
from Cisco 1ex. eaptin of the
Texas tnuk team in IPS! Hi
bent event i the 40O- trd run At
the IntcnolleKi.tte tr.uk snd field
nieet In Oiuuk" !" aumme..
Wrsterfeldt tun a K'xxl mr In
IH H aeconil-' but fitileil lo .Uce.
Hill UcxlKes Auatin oaptln "t
the univrrsitj siuat in the Jave-
lin throw will humlirapped in
the try-oits t .1 slumMer injury.
Iiexplte thi he hax been huillnx
the Jear uroun.l lti f. et.
Anions the pi .pe-me star in
thr 100-yirii in. I 30-arl dash
. William Ilivwll of Herrfinl
lex a -'h 10. rr In 192'.) lie
won both cveuta in the atat in-lrr-holu(i
meet He run the
liY)nrd iIhj.1i m lea than 1') see
There U a poiibiht 'list W "
Hni;i;urd August inr Tex holdei
of the workf in'rre .Ui-uute hlnh
Jump record will represent thr
l'nlerlty of Texa Haggard . t
n leenrd nf A feet 7 1 t niche in
ChlraRO in 19:i.
rtlivsla StmidurdUos Hotels i
MOSCOW Peb. 10 UP. The
newest busineas interest to br '
atandardlied In Russia I the h'v
tcl trade designed for foieigner j
A group of hotels throughout Ru
U ha been orjraniied after thr
Amcilcun chain hotel system
Huikiu outil e the I'nltrd State
however to i) nothing of Ku-
rupe In i njfliv tamUiduing the
prices of twin baths und meal.
Sllnion cinphanizc 1 t he 1 c Is no
connection hetween depu and rep
artitions. Kxi pt tti-it neither can
Wj uauur CAMruEix)
J'rlnci KIiiut SlmtMclt's 1931
lmkrtlM:i tram plaH 1U final
Kiililr i)f the Ull licit It-aciiK
MiMiin tunlKht. the Huckiirtim
enlun lMri'1 twert tn Ahtlriip
vthcti thpy will cliinh ultli
Jniiiti (Jri'm Alillfiti hlch
m'IhhiI Knclm wlnnirn f the
11)! Oil Belt I-i-uur title. Wo
rattier IiiiiikIiii that lln nu-
Jorll of cinchi nml jiIiijith
nr cluil tilt m'iiuiii in far us
the li-iicur U cuiirrrnrd I
fi'iuliliH mi rnil.
Jthotwir bd ha liepn con-
ptructed nf nnythlng ette but to
thl yiw. When Uie sciion op-
ened he had the ttronKt team.
imtmthUly. of any In !hl ncctlon.
There wa Trumnn Sxttn and
TimIO at th forwards- two of the
bmt go! amachera In West Texas.
Hnr-Hd Henry and Anall HcxIrm
were clicking merrily at the gunnl
pt. "Chubby" U'ohlford. that
eiroirated youth had the center
poeltlon and wan available for a
xt at any time Then aJon
cam Old Man Sllglblllty ItullnR
and wii'-u'-'l Hxl out of the
Hiintet. rhit left Todd Srtaln.
Wohlfonl nnd Henry four veter-
ans inch of which h enouffh
helirht to et by with. Tlien enmc
somrthmR eit. In the early
iramea th- youth didn't have the
fire Thry lacked tomethliiK that
ws materially essential. Then
when th.-y found tliolr atrklo they
run out of players. Shotwell ha
never known on Monday what
players would be hvhIIrMi' for
Tuesday Poor grade pot eotne
of them. Indifference on the part
of the player took other. It
was simply a caee of In one min-
ute and a. w o. I. the next.
list nlrjht lli'iiry Sutlu and
Wiihtlnrd ucn nut of the fray
Three of the urUlruil fle re-
cutars anil ihej weren't mail-
able fo.- the content. Only Todd
has remained 011 hand Hi rum; li-
mit. As Shotwell expreiM'd It
"I'y neer had o iiiuch
tniilble In mi) ireliiut b.s-
kitliall seiutini us I'te hud this
jenr. Nor linj other M-nsun
lor that matter."
We believe the Bucknroa quin-
tet to be the stronKent In the
Oil licit Uiairuc. Hut we alio
believe It to be Uie most unre-
liable Last nlght'ii Itnuup wiia n
refresltment. I'itzor and Hntnll
both substitute Kuard. didn't draw
a free breath . They stuRed a bril-
liant flKht "t Kuanle . Carrlgnn
jikiyeil his usual hcurt-ln-the-fmy
Km at center. Todd and North'
cult turned In excellent pimes
at the forwnrds It In ixwrflble
that thl team could canter
UirouRh the boy In the district
toUrnament but we have our
doubt. We rather ImaRlne some
of the "dark howca" could oust
them. However with the three
mlejlnc "resuVars" on hand we
can ire no apparent reuiion why
the lluokl's shouldn't cop the dis-
trict nffulr In a breeze.
We niimliiute fur the bleb
M'hoot hull nf fiimo Mlsse
I'reildle Tulle and Connie
(rutrs rnwk fonurds of the
BreckrnrldKe hljh school sex-
tet. We are sorry we do nut
hue flj-ures 1111 ull of Iho
KUliies the Ituckurrttrs) lvl
il.i)rd this )ear. But )ou
must reinember we hud the
pleurisy diilllK smile of thrill.
But we do hue the ho wore-
1111 seven of the lilts at hand.
A hurtled check of them re-
11ls th.it during the eeti
Climes the two have uiiuiasmI
271 (Miliits iM'twwn them. Of
this total Tulle has 137 to her
credit and Snies III. Thut's
iltiitt a few points for two
clrls to make In st'ii'ii Hits.
The) work belter tor.ether.
Tulle without (imves Is not
neurl) us rimhI mid lce ers.i
which ineuns mi the other
hand. Of course Unit doesn't
K" 'or tt one-hiind man.
At least one expert expect the
Buckles to retain their district
ci own Prexy Anderson the boy
with the loopy hirsute and aport
editor Jf the Abtltne Morning
Nrw. expects to eo the Hue
'iaith.home with the district liu-
rels. We cornered Trick) Ward
nienloi of tin' KuiiKcr hlch
school cucers und asslslunt lo
Ksker Cuitls head couch lust
evenlnij prior to the Buckie-
lloccic liasketub.itl rneoiinter
Mr Wiini has iilws). been a
brllllunt innvrrsalliiimllst us
Offices und store spuce In IN-
SI'IUMR BlIIJJIMi (former-
I) lulwller Building)- Centrallv
luculed lire proof with ull
modern coincidence. Kejson-
uhle rent. Call 261.
For That Good
D & A
Dillingham & Alexander
Ic nnd Ice Cream
RANGER SEXTET FALLS BEFORE BUCKAREITES
AS FREDDIE TOLLE AND CONNIE GROVES HIT
STRIDE IN FINAL MINUTES OF SLOW BATTLE
Freddie dIV ilininut e sharp-
hooter of the Breckenrldge hljrh
cftoI e:(tet. win off her pime for
1 few minutes Tuesday n jtht
With her runnint mate at the
ft w -d pr-t Connie Groves on
V k v 1 a "le oporrinif hnlf of
thr olis-h between BreekenrldKe
an I It-tnger at the ;.n or h'ch
srhool irymnaslum. Tolle barely was
able to hane; up clirht field oals
That to her. Is Just a mere tr.fle
However when the two forward
found their Klts rurinimr side by
side In the ;rand f.nnle Tolle start
etl hKUrtK baskets where she had
mleed them during the entire Ini-
tial hlf In the final two quarter
she rt sterol seven fields Konls
and two fret throws to run hor to-
til up to 32 for Uie even.nR
A a result the Ran;er sextet
whrn c'ratttrmtc down before the
Buckaret'e onslaught the locnl
cor.'lntrent wlnnlns; 53 to 20. nc-
ccrdins; to the official score kept liy
the offle'.t sc.rekerpf r on nn of-
M s France Hendrrrwn's sextet
ws slow n etnb ! 'i n the lend
At the end of the quart-r the tolly
r'.ooil 12 I. the ha if was 20-12. with
the Huckjrettee. leadlne; nil th-w-ty
Thty mounted the score to
fur ii" till department Is con-
cerned which eliment Is not
found In so many roaches tills
department Iiiik cornered In 11
corner. 'I his no doubt. Is due to
the fart that both of us Inhaled
drnr old I'urkrr Count) atmos-
phere whrn we run around In
rompers. If we could find rom-
pers. At tluit time Trick)
which real!) Is the ll'ime his
fumll) c.ive him when he imp-
lied Into the tvnrld was quite
1111 athlete mid this department
Mils rated as one of the best
cale crashers In fourteen conn.
ties Includlnc ("tiles.
Ward Info-med Uyt he and Cur-
t'. hid been re tected Mmdn
night for tin hor year thai if they
had & couple of end Uiey would
hive a n ee nr.d collection In 1932.
th r the i.aon h bthemoth cng-
ers havon't functioned so well thin
year Is because cf the lack of a
suitable gymnasium nt Uonper;
that Buster Mill former Hanger
quarterback ami the same for the
University of Oklahoma will ptob
ably rc'urn to Oklahoma to snatch
a decree from the degree rack this
fall that the Ramoj Eavtlhnd. Han-
ger and Cltco have been playing- in
the O I Belt League count in the
Bnstlnnd County Class A title
ittce; that at the present nil of
thorn are tied thit Illstnir Star has
advanced to Clnss A loop circles;
that the Bulldcg carer always play
hotter In the second h3'f than Ini
the flrt because they become ac-
cuitomed to the diinens.on of the
gymnasjm: and on nnd on
Texas Christian t'nlierslt)
hull hull the Fmgclrs pet an-
other breiik. Stephens und
King crack Itnnger ends of the
lli.'ll team will enter the I'ort
Worth hull of knowledge this
fall. That should make the
Irishman Schmidt guffaw from
the depths. A 3111111c fellow
named Bruno Informed that the
two ends wonld enter Texas
Christian along with himself.
Dick Murni) who entered last
)enr mid was slapped out be-
muse of some minor ruling Unit
s.i)s 11 plii)er must also puss
his work will tr) again also.
Bl.ii'kmond the other Banger
athlete of I'J-.'I) und I!) .11) Is still
Hunger prormoly berna.-." of
Bla'r Cherry' influence hi 1 sent
"nn eruck ntMetci to Tex-is
Chi stlan. hut 11 n general rule
tniy get to tay thrrp Junt long!
enough to learn how to t le 1'
trrr car w thout r.vment thereof I
Event ally 'ml uncle eil-h up
with them n-.d before tliey knw ill
We Ilslieve That
is a Fair Price for your
Cleaning and I'ressiiif'.
Send us j our -uits and
drcvsis toda .
Pate Bros. Cleaners
Offers a complete Ixin service
'n Automobiles Diamonds or
nnv other arMr-le of valut for
c illateral otea reflnan-cd.
LOW KATHS. I'AYMKNTS
AUUAM.I.D OSWSl TKIIMS
remponto Office Upstairs
in Haum's Fashion Shop
Cull K. 1). Delifosio
Let Us Handle Your Notes on
Small Monthly ru)mcnt.
HOME FINANCE CO.
l 31. FAULKNER
First National Bank Bldff.
33-13 by the end of the third how
! ever and then monopolized the
score department in a final -spurt.
Tolle and Dies starting nt the
forward posts mUscd repeattdly
throughout the flnt hlf.
Ilangcr's aggregation yrns ojf-
c os.ted from the start.
Brook f . . . .
William B . ..
Sam is on p . .
FG FT PF TP
..7 2 1 1
Totals . . . .
Thomas t . .
C. Gtovcs f .
Hubert c . .
Copekind o .
Miller g . ..
Taylor g .
H. GrovcJ c
...9 2 A 20
FG FT PF TP
. . ..0
Totals 23 3 2 53
Hcforets Black Dwljrclns.
thry arc back home nnd the school
manages to run somehow.
liancrrous Dan MeCarty
ilon't mention his name around
SO SAYETH THE SAES
. s4sss 044440
JfcfO SMART THINGS MORE BUT PROBABLY LESS
1 SAID BY STOUTS SCRIBES.
By .JINX TUCKER '
Waco News- Tribune
We have been getting many I
hearty chuckles by rending the
Austin American of late. Bcm'e
Strickland the Austin high coach
you know w-as bitterly opposed to
the eight-semester nnd trani'er
rules. It sctmi that Austin high
had been using n number of trans-
fers annually but had not receiv
ed the publicity that other Bchoob I
received whtn they played the
transfer.!!. Now s.nce the rules
have been passed. Hop in the Aus-
tin American says It is the death
knell of high school football He
complains oh so bitterly declaring
that from now on the high schools
can use only youngsters Instcnd of
men -and then adds that the rule
will be repealed w-'th.n two years.
Hop the American scrllie sure-
ly ought to have known better
than to listen to the tlnidrs of 11
few- jotiiig mid Inexperienced J
Breckenrldge after u )ear at
Terrlll Prep Is set for the ma- 1
Jors The fleet) )outh will mom
Nig und Imggngc over to Dallas
this fall und enroll In Southern !
Methodist UnUcrslt) n cr)
line school Indeed If one likes
football. We believe Unit's nil
the gossip we know- of right at '
the present moment.
Our Resale Department
Point Refjardinfi the MPesiraftilHfj of this Stock an an inrvHimunl
Company Serves A Necessity.
Electricity is used by almost
everybody daily. It is necessary
to the growth and development
of every modern community.
Men directly responsible for the
operation of the Company have
been in the business for many
years many are devoting their
entire lifetime to it.
Efficiency of Operation.
Men in charge have tho advan-
tage of the best methods devel-
oped in the industry throughout
the United States.
New Applications of Electricity.
This means a constantly enlarg-
ing field of operations.
January 1. April -luly 1 October 1.
No more than 25 shares are to lie
sold to ana one person. Sub"
seriptions will be filled in the
order the are received
A. J. DUNCAN - - FORT WORTH
Shares are also for sale at amy office
or throagh any employee of
Texas Electric Service Co.
coaches who pined their selfish
ambitions nbove the game In
fighting rules which were passed
to .ie the game. Perhaps the
American scribe does not reullzo
It but Texas Is not the first state
to puss the clght-scmester rule.
Texas Is the thirty-second staler
of the union to puss such n rule.
Texus and the Curollnas were the
mil) states In the south which
did not have the rules last )cur.
The eight-semester rule will nev-
er be rrimilcil. At n later date It
mny be found necessary to make
the transfer rule stronger but It
will neer bo repealed.
The Idci of the rules Is to give
high school football back to the
high school pupils nnd again we
want to congrntu'atc the member
hosts of the groat Intenrcholistlc
league of Toxaa for their foresight
and wisdom in passing jch rule.
Had those rulos been passed back
In 1921 when this writer first sug-
gested them much grief would
have beon sived the Interschokist'c
I ague directors and If the 'direct-
ors had had their way at the t me
the rules would have been passed
then because the league directors.
even nt that early date saw which
way the wind was blowing nnd
that If sonwth'ng iva.i not done to
curb the praet ce of enticing nth-
'.e'es from one city to another high '
ichool football would bee me a
Can itoic iueept a limited
number of subscriptions for
IVOT A NEW ISSrE
1 IPlllfliUlP FAIir
Property of Company Subntan-
tial and Permanent.
Power plants lines and other
property can always bo seen
they are here to stay and are
constantly maintained and kept
in the best possible condition.
Electricity Used At All Times.
The Company operates in a wido
territory serving many different
activities and since electricity is
such a. nccesoity the Company's
service is always in demand.
No Inventories to Depreciate.
Electricity cannot be stored it
must be generated as used. No
supply accumulates which may
depreciate in value.
I letnl-pro instead of
For the lust four or five jenrs 1
high school footlmll has been nn
nntateur sport In some sections
nnd n n?ml-pro sport hi some
sections nnd the howls that are
the loudest now ure from the
scribes lUIng In the cities which
have school teams that will now
have to reert buck from the
soml-pro status to the nmnteur
And we want to tell the A stin
American ser'bo with emphasis
that high school football can be a
game Just as great w-hen It Is play-
ed by h g 1 school boys ns Lt can be
when played by high school sem'.-
pros. Furthermore the boy who
plays football for the love of the
game and who is not pampered
petted and moved about from city
to c'.ty t'l-ough flattering offors
becomes a more useful citizen than
the athlete that Is.
GETTING IN TRIM
LONDON Feb 10 UP British
golfcw are getting Into trim fcr
the new season with high hopes
of avenging past defeats at the
hands of foreign players.
Much emphasis is being laid
here on the fact that the date for
the United States Open Champion-
ship 1032 has been put back some
weeks since it Is felt that it wis
only the excessive heat of lot
year's summer that prevented the
British team from doing better in
Convenience to Stockholders.
Dividends are paid to stockhold-
ers by check mailed to the ad-
dress of stockholders any place
reached by the mails. The stock-
holder does not have to collect
the earnings on his money. .
Dividends are paid every three
months making it possible for
the stockholder to use the money
almost as soon as earned.
The stockholder may have his
dividends mailed to his bank for
deposit to his credit.
Diversity of Territory Served.
The Company serves a wide ter-
ritory in which there is constant
growth and development
the Ryder Cup matches and the
Among those on whom Bntnln
will center ncr hopes this jftar
are A. J. Laccy. who was neujU
Included In the Ryder Cup teSm
last year; Alfred Padgham the
25-year-old player from Ashdown
Forest who set up a record is
the first assistant professional 'o
win the "News of the WorUl '
Thousand Guineas tournariWht
and Mark Seymour one of tho
busiest playing professionals last
1 Eric Martin-Smith and John do
Forest both In their early 20a. and
winner and runner-up respectively
In last year's Amateur Open chain
pionshlp are expected to lead the
I Britains white hope of lost year
Mcnry cotton the machine golfer
failed lamentably "blowing up"
when In a good position in the
British Open chimplonshlp at Car-
If Cotton can overcome his
"temperament" quite as bad as
thAt of any film star he Is ip-
j able cf producing firework coif
this season. .
I Russia Hits Course For Guld
I MOSCOW Feb. 10. (U.P) The
1 Soviet Government hns established
a ccttcgc for couriers here where
I men nnd women are trained 'o be
I guides. Tho guide must be profl
I clcnt In languages especially Cng
llsh Kissing exacting examinations
1 and receiving a special degre-.
I Women outnumber men.
1 A congressman says If you don t
have liquor the girl of today will
I kick you In the pants. Hut If you
do you'll get it in the neck
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