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Surprising Oklahoma Aggies Topple Horned Frogs, 14 to 7 Jinx’s Hot Shots This will be an unusual early October week end in this cily. Neither the Baylor Bears nor the Waco High Tigers* ha* a game booked her« this week. ♦ ♦ ♦ Baylor will have an off we«*k. It* nVxt rame is with the »troiiK 1 nivcnity of Arkjui*a* train in this» city one werk from Saturday. Th«* B»mn* will be uaWhiriK elofcfly the result of the game of Saturday in Fayetteville between the TCV team and the LniverUty of Arkan»a» team. ♦ ♦ ♦ The Waco Hi^h team will go to I>nHa» lot a game Friday ntKht with the fctjon*i ¿Sunwt team, and it w*il bt? Waco* first game with Sunset in many years. ♦ ♦ ♦ The big game of the week is in Austin. In the ('»i»it«ii City at Memorial Stadium Saturday afler- noon lhr .No. 1 uam*’ of thr nation lor the week will be idayrd. The I oiveraity of lesa* will iday the 1 ui\er»»ty of North Carolina. The latter, a Sugar Bowl team of ia>t y *ar, is hack with a veteran team this year, and a better team, be<au»e it hx> plaved together a year. It is b*d by t'harles Justice, a wizard in M*rvice footliall, and a *.u|»er *tar for the Tar Heels last year. The Lniversity of Texas also has a veteran team, and at times last year ranked with the best in the nation. The team has gone over to the “T” under a new mentor this year, and the material appears to be made to order for the ‘•‘T.” The team is led by Bohby Layne, playing his fourth year, and for that length of time he has been one of the best parsers in the nation. The game it» a sellout. It is a game that has created more interest than any early October non- conference game in the history of the institution. It is a football natural. Over 50.000 fans that desire to witness this game will have to stay at home, because of lack of space in the large Memorial Sta dium. ♦ ♦ ♦ Speaking of stadiums, and lack more than 5.000 at the University of Texas. With all the .students attending an annual Aggie-Texas game, that still left around 35,000 for other fans. Now, there are around 18,000 students at the University of Texas, and around 8,500 at A. and M. Suppose all decide to go to the Aggie-Texas game at College Station this year? In that case there would be only about 9.000 seats left to the public. If all of the 18.000 University of Texas students decide to see the game on Saturday, that leaves less than 25.000 seats for the T men, the faculty, the Texas exes and the public. ♦ ❖ The Hillsboro High team is going to Bryan this week to play the Bryan High team, and that should be a hard-fought duel. <•♦>«> The Texas Aggies will have their hands full this week. ’Hiey play the University of Oklahoma team in Norman Saturday. ♦ ♦ ♦ The Ennis High team of District No. 10 will open its district season this week, playing its old neighboring rival, Waxahachie High. They are Kills C ounty teams. Waxahachie is the favorite, but Ennis ha* a great coach in Jim Moorman, and might make trouble. ❖ ❖ ❖ The Southern Methodist University team will play Missouri in an intersectional game in Dallas on Friday night. That game is apt to attract a large State Fair crowd, and should be a good game. ❖ •> ❖ The Temple High team is going to play in Dallas this week. It is going to meet the Adamson High team Saturday night. ❖ ❖ <• The Corsicana High team is going to play on Friday of this week, and 'at that time will trim Fort Worth Tech in Fort Worth. Cleburne, after having an off week last week, gets a setup this week, in Jesuit of Dallas. ❖ ❖ * Jack Turpin, the star tennis 87-Yard Run Of Spavital Sparks Cowboy Victory Toads Throttled By Defense of Rivals By JINX TI CKER Trihune-Herald Sports Editor TCU STADIUM, FORT WORTH. Sept. 27 —A surprising Oklahoma A. and M. football team from faraway Stillwater, Okla., was as hot here this afternoon as the weather, and defeated the TCU team by a score of 14 to 7 to the utter amazement of 14,000 fans, most of whom had come to cheer a TCU victory. Instead, the Oklahoma boys, led by Jim Spavital, ran the Froggies ragged, and while the hot weather was due to ruin the chances of the boys from the colder climate, the TCU boys were those panting for breath at the end. They were try ing hard to get the ball away from Spavital and Co. in an endeavor to launch a drive of their own, but could jiot do so. 87-Yard Scoring Gallop It was the fleet Spavital that gave the Cowpokes their first score early in the game with a magnificent return of a punt for 87 long yards. It was Carey who passed of room for the patrons, let it be player from Highland 1 ark High, is now in Rice Institute. Turpin won the State Junior singles title last year. He was valedictorian of po.nted out that student bodies riave been growing while the sta- d.ums ha\e not. Memorial Stadium, you know', was built back in 1924. his class when he graduated from A* that time, there were about Highland Park High in January 2.500 students at A. and M., and no j of this year. Texas Highest Bidder on Star The Waco Kittens started like | him. Being a friend of Bud’s here a house afire in West last Thurs- in Iraan, l have watched him play day n.£ht, driving for a touchdown for the past three years and really think he will go places. ❖ ❖ ❖ “I received from the grapevine here in lraan, that Bud was offered all Texas could legally offer him plus $15 monthly. 1 understand he is going to take business administration. The scout from Texas told him that Texas business school was much easier than Baylor’s. Boy, oh boy, I am really proud of my degree from Baylor, now a.s my degree in business tops those that have them from Texas. ❖ ❖ ❖ “A. and M. was not even second on McFaddin’s trail. TCU had him up to one of its first games last Fall. It was several weeks after ____________ ____ McFaddin visited TCU that a Bed Thomas Jefferson Thursday former Aggie here in Iraan ear- night. it indicated that the ried him down to see A. and M. strength of that team has been play, and it was then that A. and irreatly exaggerated to us by San M. became interested. without losing the ball after receiving the opening kickoff. The Kittens drove all the way without a pass, going from 5 to 15 yards on each try. Thereafter penalties, many of them for 15 yards, stopped *Hger drives. Late in the half a poor pass by a Kitten was intercepted by a West r>oy. and he ran for a score. The Kittens still led late in the fourth period when West completed a long pas* to the one-yard line, and then scored. After the first offensive flurry the Kittens had trouble in lining up correctlv, and were constantly called offside and penalized for lining up offside. ♦ ♦ ♦ When the Goose Creek team ♦ ♦ ❖ "Don’t know how I would keep up with all the sports if I didn’t get the Waco paper. It usually come# one day late out here, but getting the city edition helps a lot.” ^ ❖ Frank Carswell, who starred for the Paris team of the Big State I^eague this year, and who in the long ago was a great basketball player for the Rice Owls, is going to play pr© basket hall in Hounton during the 11*IK season. ❖ ❖ ❖ Dutch Meyer, the coach of the TCU team, says the most improved team in the Southwest Conference this year is the University of Arkansas team, and he figures that Arkansas is the team to bent, for the title You guessed it: TCU will play Arkansas this week in the first conference game of the sea son. It will be in Fort W’orth. ❖ ❖ ❖ The Greenville sports scribe tells us that Guv Sturdy has b»*en fired as business manager of the Sherman team of the Big Stale League, and that he is going to work for the Washington team of the American League as a scout. We are told that the sale of Lar ry Drake and Jay Suytar to the Washington team has been canceled and the working agreement that Sherman was due to have with also that FORT WORTH. Sept. 27—IP-Statistics »f the TCI’-Oklahoma A. and M. Cam«: First downs .............. Net yards rushing; Net Yards passing: Forwards attempted Forwards completed Forwards intercepted Number punts ......... *l*unt average ...... Fumbles .................... Fumhles lost ............. Number penalties .. Yards penalized .... x-From line of scrimmage. Oklaliomft TCI A. * M. . 88 .. «3 136 ..104 17 .. 2.» 7 .. 9 S .. 00 .. 1214 .. 47 37 .. 5 3 .. S 0 .. 2 S .. 10 65 / i 7 e là B\CTICULABLY 600D AT E(J5HIN<3 PASSEES... ^ ANDTUBNS IN ¿OMSIÓTENT PECFOCMANCE^ THEOU6H* OUT THE 6EA60M... Antonio critics. Chances are that Brarkenridge Is the best team in fean Antonio this year. ♦ ♦ ♦ The dop* at hand also seem* to Indicate that the best high school team in Fort W'orth this year \s the Arlington Heights team. Several weeks ago Fred Harkrider of this city saw’ Arlington Heights In practice, and stated to us that It looked like a strong team and was a very large team. it it ♦ In a return tag team match at W right’* Play house Tuesday night. Ronnie Etchison and Roy Graham will meet Marvin Jones and Ellis Bashara On the same program Sonny Myers is going to m**ct Charro Aiteca, it ♦ ♦ Norris Clark writes us as follows from Iraan: °It sems like our little town is getting quite a bit of publicity here lately in connection with Bud McFaddin. former star for Iraan High School.” ♦ it it “I can’t pass up the opportuiUty of telling you this. I noticed in yesterdays Nan Angelo paper that your friend. Blondy, says A. &. M. started on Bud last Fall and was first on his trail. When Baylor played S. M. F. in 1945 I carried Bud in to see Coach Kimbrough and the re*t of the Baylor coaches Washington next year had aft**r the game. Coach Kimbrough been canceled. Pcrhairs in did not make him an offer as he case. Waco may be able to get a had two more years in high school working agreement with Washing- but he did say he would give him ton. C. C. Maxey of the Waco team the limit when the time came and is negotiating with a number ot that he would be very glad to get 1 big league teams. I)od uers Picked lo Take Series r The Downtown Club is going to meet ___________ ning at the Raleigh Hotel, and the Baylor coaches are expected to be on hand at that time, also the Waco High coaches. ♦ ♦ ♦ The famed Kansas City Monarch* and the strong Cincinnati Clowns are going to meet at Katy Park Tuesday night in the last baseball game of the season in this rity These teams have always be*-ii fine drav%ing cards here. They are due to draw around ?.000 rof- ored fan* and 1.000 white fans. ❖ ❖ Monte Moncrief, the former Aggie All-Conference tackle, has failed to make the grade in pro football. The Green Bay* Packers have a«ked wa vers on him. Mmicrief was not the star at A. and M. last year that he had been in other years. ❖ * it Sam Baugh is expected to complete the l.oooth nass of his carter in pro football this afternoon when he plaxs with the Washington Redskin* against the Philadelphia Eagles. This is his 11th year in pro football, and in that game you are an old timer when you hate plavd five years. Baugh was a junior high star in Temple. He was a high school star for several years at Sweetwater, and then for four \r*rs was at TCF. It m^ans that Baugh ha* been nlaying football for almost 20 years. ♦ ♦ ♦ The World Series is going to he between Brooklyn and New York, so we were wrong last March when we told you it would be between Boston and Brooklyn. The World Series is going to start on Tuesiay, and will be broadcast by KWTX. We are predicting that the Dodgers this vear will win their ¿¿rat World Senea, * thera. to Grimes for the second Oklahoma touchdown after the Oklahomans had recovered a punt on the Froggie 36-yard line. TCU did not score until late in the third quarter, and the way for that score was paved by a blocked punt. Berry passed 24 yards to Pete Stout for the touchdown. After that score had cut the Oklahoma margin to seven points, the Cowpokes took charge of the game again, and would let the Froggies do exactly nothing. Never again did they get the ball in Oklahoma territory. The running game of the Frogs was completely throttled by the Oklahoma line, and the passing was spasmodic. A pa.ss here and there was good, but there was no continuity of attack. The Oklahoma defense was too strong. Cowboys Just Better The truth of the matter Is that that Okahoma A. and M. had better football players than the Frogs, and today they were playing like Oklahoma fans thought they were going to play last year. The Frogs were outclassed primarily in speed. The Cowpokes, operating from the T, used the speed to advantage, gaining 136 net yards on the ground to 63 for TCU. The first downs, however, were the same, eight and eight. There was not much to choose between the two lines. In fact, from tackle to tackle TCU may have had an advantage, but the Oklahoma Aggio bnckfield was far ahead of t ha Froggie back field due to the aforementioned speed. The gams atarted with th« Oklahoma boys winning the toss, and the Cowpokes decided to receive. It was a hot afternoon, and dow'n far below on the TCU greensward, it was very sultry. Seemingly that should havs favored th»» Frogs. He* Alford of Waco started the game at end for the Frogs. Five years ago he was a tackle for the Tigers. The Cowpokes got back to the 26 on the opening kickoff, Spavital and Fitter gained a first down, and then three power plays got to the Okla-4 honta 47 hut it was not enough, and the punt sailed out on the Kroggie lit. It being a 34-yard punt. Toads Fisrle Now TCU was at bat. Berry and Stout made a first down, but on the next series on third down, Knox went In and punted to the 22-yard line. Oklahoma could not go and Long went In and hooted one a s* m * TCI I-OKLAHOMA, Page 4 Two Perfect Passes Are Tarheel Margin Georgia Beaten By Pupa Tossing, 14-7 CHAPEL HILL, N. C., Sept. 27 Ap—Two perfect passes by big Walt Pupa brought North Carolina to a 14-to-7 football triumph over Georgia here Saturday after the Bulldogs had taken an early lead and had kept the Tar Heels’ famed running back, Charley Justice, fairly well shackled. ( hie Ol t hr l>iii lv fullbli I tosses, thrown from around midfield in the third period, brought the Tar Heels level with Georgia and the other, fired with less than three minutes remaining in the game, settled the issue. It was a sweet triumph for Carolina after its loss in the Inst Sugar Bowl game to the Athens Bulldogs. The defeat was the first suffered by Georgia in 18 games. Georgia scored its lone touchdown in the second period, after gaining a “break” on a nass interference penalty. Donalnson broke through from the one-yard line. Vols Beaten, 27-0, I> T e eh Wolverines Hun Wild; Swamp Michigan State ANN ARBOR, Mich., Sept. 27— Scoring in every period and piling up the biggest victory margin in 2.» years of their long series. Michigan's power-packed Wolverines ran wild to hand Michigan Slate a 55-to-0 defeat in the opening football game of the year here today. >y Georgia J D ATLANTA. Ga., Sept. 27—AP— Bob Neyland, the “Old Gray Fox’* from Tennessee, got a football lesson today from a former pupil ns Georgia Tech swent to a surprisingly easy 27-0 victory over the Vols. A capacity crowd of 40.000 looked on as the well-drilled team of Bobby Dodd a Vol star of the late twenties, meted out the worst defeat of a Neyland-coached team has ever suffered. < )hio State Bucks Top Missouri Tigers, 13-7 COLUMBUS, Ohio, Sept. 27—AP Ohio State came from behind in the last three minutes, and then staved off a flurry of Missouri passes today to defeat the surprisingly strong Tigers, 13 to 7, before a crowd of 59.444 persons in the Bucks' opening game. Clout \\ itli Bases Loaded in Tenth Defeats Yankees NEW YORK, Sent. 27— AP— Rookie Shortstop Mickey Rutner’s infield single with the bases loaded in the 10th inning scored Dick Adams with the run that gave the Philadelphia Athletics a 2-to-l victory over the New York Yankees Saturday. Joe Page, who established a new ciub record for pitchers when he appeared in his »>6th game, was charged with the defeat. Phil Marchildon went all the way to record his lUth victory for the As. Score by innings— R H IS Philadelphia ___ 000 001 000 1—2 8 1 New York ..........00U 001 000 0—1 6 1 Marchildon and Franks; Bevens. Pa«« and Berra. Pale I lose and Browns Divide Double Program ST. LOUIS, Sept. 27-AP—Vein Stephens’ tenth-inning single with the bases loaded gave the St. Louis Browns a 3-to-2 victory over the Chicago White Sox in the second game of a dauble-header Saturday after the Brownies lost the opener to Cnieago 2-1. Less Moss homered in the Kurth for the first two St. Ixrnis runs in the nightcap but Taft Wright pinch batted two runs home in the eighth with a single to tie the scoi Cass Michaels’ knocked *he winning blow, a two-run single, in the fourth inning of the first contest. First (isnie Score by innings— R 11 E Chicago ...................000 200 000— 2 4 I St. Louts ................000 000 010—1 9 3 Haynes and Tresh; Zoldak, Potter and Moss, Early. Second Game Score by innings— R H E Chicago ...............(MX) 000 020 0—2 5 0 St. Louis .........000 200 000 1—3 9 0 Grove. Harrist and Dickey; Sanford and Moss. Ted Hits 32nd Homer As Red Sox Maul Nats WASHINGTON, Sept. 27—AP— Ted Williams hit his 32nd home run of the year with two on in the first inning a.s the Boston Red Sox mauled Washington, 8-1, nere Saturday. Joe Dobson limited the Senators to five hits in winning his 18th game. Score by Innings— R H E Boston .....................300 000 050» 8 14 ! Washington ..........010 000 000— t ft 1 tiiihsun Mini I*»» 1 1 ; Mn.it'T'Noil, Toen«a and Evans. Felines Nose Out Tribe On Joe Gordon’s Error CLEVELAND, Sept. 27—AP— The Detroit Tigers tallied the win- nln run on .!«>e Gordon's boot of a grounder in the eighth Saturday and added an “insurance” tally in the ninth to eliminate the Cleveland Indians from third piace contention. 4-2. Hal Newhouser gained his 17th victory by scattering seven hits and fanning eight. Bob l„emon suffered his fifth loss. Score by Innings— R H K Detroit ...................100 000 021—4 11 0 Cleveland ...............3)0 000 000—2 7 1 Newhouser and Swift; Lemon and TTejran. Porkers Hard Put To Subdue Eagles ground passing, gaining 77 yards by completing six of 15 tosses. Arkansas completed three of eight for 62. North Texas’ fast thrusts from North Texans Drop Close 12-0 Decision LITTLE ROCK, Sept. 27—AP— Tough, inspired North Texas State College gave the University of Arkansas Kazorhacks a full afternoon 1 tl1*' ^ formation gave the Razor- of trouble here Saturday but bow-1 backs a rugged first half, but sited before the Southwest Confer- er the intermission Arkansas had ence co-champions 12 to 0. j the lw»Mer of both offensive and Arkansas’ speed demon backs,! defensive play, though its edge was Clyde Scott and Aubrey Fowler. | slight, provided the victory punch, Scott scoring on an 11-yard end run in the first quarter and Fowler racing 75 yards on a punt return for the other touchdown in the third period. tv ci >lea> amazed but pleased by the Texans' resistance. Scott Held in Check Except for the Razorbacks’ first scoring drive, the Eagles. 1946 Lone l.ITTI.K KOCK, Ark., Sept 17—I P Statistic* of the Arksn«*»«i-North Texa« State College football tame: First downs ..................... II Net >ardn robbing .. Net yards pansing .... Forward» attempted .. f orward* completed .. Forwards intercepted Number of pants .... xPunt average ......... Fumbles ..................... Fumbles lout ........... Number penalties Yards penalised .. .. »•From line of «crlmmage. North Ark.Texa<* 1110 177 so «2 77 815 3 6 1 1 7 4 37 41 1 ♦ § « « 4 7S 49 North Texas ... Kemplm .... Lindsay ........... Cat* ............. Ct- t» r .............. Te: til ......... Whitlow ........ Ab- »ey ........... M-Cain ......... LiU'-lt. r .......... Bartlett .............. Dinkle .6 0 a 0—12 ..0 0 0 0— 0 Fowler. W hile Scott and Fowler did the scoring, the Razorbacks’ leading ground-gainer again was Tiny Ken Holland, who netted 82 yards on nine carries, one of which was a weaving 3f»-yard jaunt in the second quarter Richard Nutt, North Texas halfback, led the visitors with 22 yards on six counts. Arkansas POS McGaha ...............LE... Lhely .................L T.. Roberts ................LG.., Thomas ............... C... Franklin ........ R <"*... Minor ...................RT... Canada ...............R E... Duke ...................B.., Scott ....................Ml.. Fowler .................R If .. Campbell .............F B.. Score by qtiai te. a— Arkansas ...................... North Texaa ................. Touchdowns: Scott. F t atiiutes: Aikansa? -Ends, Datirh- crtj. Thompson. Henderson; tackles, Richards. Clabom. Halstead. Lunney, Thornton: guards. White. Jackson. La:nbright. f>ea«!vo: centers. Craft on. Rowland. Sh-iddox; backs. Finktn. Hoffman. Holland. 1‘ritchard, Tr> x---- ----------------------------7-------;---------------- well. Long Reichert. Davis Star Conference champions, held North Texas State—Ends. Rienzi. the quick-stepping Scott fairly well Fambro. Lawless: tackles *in check, allowing him a net gain Collins. Glance: guards Wills am*, for thp Hftv of onlv 18 Viirds i tower, cfntcr, sis* a y V, v? . J Smith. Nutt. McNeill. Martsn. Lowe. As was the case when it topped the Southwest loop last year. Arkansas saved face with a sefie« of unyielding goal-line stands. I North Texas, playing in Arkansas territory most of the first half, * drove to the Razorback ten in the . opening period and to the eight and the 11 in the second period but j was repulsed each time. Arkansas muffed an opportunity when 11 s attack bogged down a yard short of a first down on the Eagle four in the third quarter. Eagles Best Passers The Razorbacks made 11 first downs to the Eagles’ ten and gained 177 yards net rushing to 89 for the Texans. ( But North Texas covered most' Furrh. Dubose. Mitchell. McCtenahan. WRESTLING litli and Clay Ave. ri KsiiAY, »Err. 3« Return Teg Team Match RONNIE ETCHISON and ROY GRAHAM MARVIN JONES and ELMS BASHARA SONNY MYERS CHARRO* AZTECA A SUGGESTION Have Your Radiator and Hose Checked Before COLD WEATHER MARLIN JORDAN GARAGE 122 North Ninth Street Phone 51 Woe« Hank Oana to Manage Pioneers Next Season DALLAS, Sept. 27—UP—llank Oana, colorful Hawaiian whose pitching arm kept him sidelined as a coach most of the past season with the Dallas Rebels, will serve as playing-manager of the Auslin Pioneers of lhe liig Stale League next season, it was learned Saturday. Oana was sold to Austin, along with Pitchers Emory Hresko and William T. MacDonald, in return for a working agreement between the Dallas Texas League club and the Pioneers, Rebel President George Schepps announced. Quarterback Tuesdav eve- It seems to us that in the fifth game of the playoff between the Houston and Dallas teams of the Texas League, Manager AI Vincent of the Dallas team gave the Ruff* the game. Houston was in the lead. 6 to 0, at the start of the seventh. I p until that time Pullig hail pitched creat ball for Dallas, but he weakened in the seventh, allowing two runs. Before he was taken out in the eighth, Houston had taken the lead. The Ituffs won that one, and also won again I lie next night. 1 lo n. Now Houston is placing Mobile in Ihe Dixie Series, it it ❖ There are 42 plavers on the Aggie Varsitv squad, and all of the boys are Texans. <* <• ❖ Greenville drew paid ad- miaaions at home in Bi~ State ; league plav this year. That was good enough to lead the league by a marein of 14,0?3, but not as many as Greenville drew last year in the Fast Texas Lcacue. It drew 1(58,000 in that loop. Austin was N’o. t in Big State attendance during the 1947 season. * ❖ ♦ The hot rods are going to race this afternoon at Central Texas Speedway. The first race is due to start at 2:30. and there will be seven races in all. it <• <► Dizzy Dean is due to go to the box for the St. Louis Browns today in an endeavor to get a crowd to that nark. The Browns will play the White Sox. and the chances are that the suckers will bite freely. it ❖ * .Take Wilson Is doing a good Job i at W est High. He has 33 hovs out ) for football at that small school. , ami w ithin several vears is apt I to develop a strong Class A team •Ifi- lew-cost repair leans 3 yem to pay ... no torn pay Mm I liese last few years have been mighty hard on houses — many repairs had to be deferred. Go over your home today . . . list the improvements you wish to make . • • get an estimate from your contractor •. and then let us show you how convenient monthly payments for periods up to three years can be arranged with an FHA Property Improvement Loan. FHA rates are low-as little as 59.59 a month on & •> year loan of $300 including financing charge* Come in for complete details. ±F*HNDiy P/RST NATIONAL - i . *• t¡ -*.• WACO.TEXAS ANNOUNCING........ THE EXPANSION OF THE HUB CLOTHIERS OWNERSHIP I lie HUB CI O IIUI RS is one of Waco's oldest exclusive men’s wear stores. Your patronage and friendship has enabled the HUB to continuously grow, beginning at the original location on the corner of 4th and Austin, then to 4! 8 Austin, and then 6 years ago moved to its present location, 506 Austin. Ihe HUB has always carried the highest grades of nationally known brands of wearing apparel and the firm was founded on the principle that “the customer must be pleased.” Increased volume made it necessary for Mr. Hayman to enlarge management to adequately serve his patronage. A Corporation was formed with Mr. Hayman as President, Al Jacobson, Vice- Pfesident. and Ervin I. Michaclson as Secretary-! reasurer. Famous Names You’ll Find at the HUB Hats Furnishings Clothing Footwear • Arrow Shirts • Stein-Bloch • Nettleton • Enro Shirts • Nunn-Bush • B. V. D. • Eagle • Wright's • Interwoven • Worsted-Tex • Edgerton Hosiery • Schoeneman • Nocona Boots • Cheney Neckwear • Ivan's House Shoes e Munsingwear • Haspel Brothers • Hickok Belts • Middishade • Stetson • Resistol • Hansen Gloves CLOTHIERS 506 AUSTIN AVE. CHARGt ACCOUNTS INVITtD

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