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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 16 October 1931

FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 16, 19.11. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THRIt THIS CURIOUS WORLD WANTS COMMISSION TO HOLD WARRANTS UNTIL APRIL 1 AUSTIN, Oft. 15. i/l'i — Charley Luckhart, state treasurer. lias a jjlun. which, if it works, he think* will uid the general revenue fund until such time ns Texas' income w ill replenish it. He will endeavor to net the glut* highway commission at its meeting1 next week to hold $2,000,000 worth of general revenue warrants pur- chased by it at lace value undei act of the legislature until next April 1. If this is done the treasury will be1 able to meet payment ol wan ants' in the interim with greater facility i and at the same time hold the over- draft down, Lockhurt said The legislature authorized the highway department to buy $3,000,- i 00 worth of treasury warrants, but $1,000,000 of this was allotted to the pension fund. Lockhart said there still remained $700,000 available lor pension warrants, $aoo.ooo worth having been purchased. The treasurer issu...

Publication Title: Pampa Morning Post
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 16 October 1931

page four PAMPA MORNING POST RIDAY MORNINti, OCTOBER 16, 1931. MMTIIHMLE IS IISABLE1 WITH TORN LIGAMENT IN KNEE HCKHEIOG FIVE REGULARS N O W MAKE UP LIST OF INJURED Cripples, cripple* everywhere, made up the landscape at Har- vester football camp yc*tcrday afternoon on the eve of Pampa's important tilt with the Amarillo Handles tomorrow afternoon at Harvester park. Coach Odu* Mitchell has no less than six or them on his hands, but he Is maintaining a cheery front, de- spite the sudden blow. Durwood "Pest" Martlndale has been added to the list which form- erly wrk composed of Hill. Bom, Schmidt, Powell and Patton. Phy- aiclans and chiropractors are frant- ically working on the Injured boys but fans will not be surprised II several of them arc not in the start- ing line-up tomorrow. Martlndale suffered a torn ligament in a knee. Coach Mitchell tapered off train- ing yesterday afternoon • 1th a light signal practice which .aw substi- tutes replacing Hill, Bost and Mar- tlndale in the b...

Publication Title: Pampa Morning Post
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 16 October 1931

I'M DAY MANNING, ocTo:wi: ic, 15:31. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE FIVR SERVICES REiNDERED BY SALVATION ARMY DESCRIBED £ MAN THREE HUNDRED FIFTY- TWO LOAVES OF BREAD GIVEN Ninety-eight lnmilies were given | relief by the Salvation Army here j during 'he quarter ending Aug. 30, j according to a report submitted yes. j terday by Army officials. Included in the report were both the rellgi- ; cub and the relief activities of the, organization. There v.ere 24 persons given groc- j cries, 240 garments given uway, 13; pairs of shoes given, 51 meals given ( to transients, 11 lodgings, given ioi transients, 22 garments given trail-! sients, work secured for 1(3 persons. I 352 loaves of bread given families, and 173 War Crys given to the jail | Religious statistics for the quar- ter follcw: 79 open air meetings conducted; 186 families visited; 263 hour spent in visitation. The Sun- day school attendance was 089. and there were 1045 persons attending the young people's meetings. In connection with t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 16 October 1931

FAQS SIX PAMPA MORNING POST FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 16, 1931. I H U ICarnto* Button at tk« Punn Ottlp NHM THE PAMPA MORNING POST MEMBER OP THB ASSOCIATED PRESS—Pull Leued Wirt •uMWted mornings except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Warrsn Publishing company, 322 Wen Foster, Pampu, Texas. DAVID M. WARREN Ooneral Manager , R. S. (BOB) BRAS HEARS Bualnw* Manager , OUN E. HINKLE Managing Editor PHILIP R. POND Advertising Manager The Associated Preaa Is escluslvely entitled to the use for publication of all hews dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited In this pepar and also the local new* published herein. All rights for re- publication of specie I dispatches herein also are reaemd. Entered as second-class matter October 1.18S0 at the post office at pampa. Texas under the Act of March 3, U7i. 8 UBStfRtPTlOK BATES By Carrier to Pampa •DBSORIPTION tn the PAMPA MORN1NO POST Ui Combination with TH* PAMPA DAILY NEWS. Morning, Evening and Sunday. One Montii (News and Post) M Par week. (...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 17 October 1931

1 I # GOOD MORNING—Owen D. Young's plan f or pout-season football names for benefit of eliarity ouffht to take well with those heroic athletes who will lose their job Thanksgiving. J THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texaa; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle J MORNING EDITION OF THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS VOL. II, No. 12. (Full AP Leased Wire) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, 1931. (6 Pages) PRICE FIVE CENTS CITY TO BE HOST TO THOUSANDS PAMPA ALMOST 100 PER CENT IN DISEASE PREVENTION WORK ALRUDY T SENATE OATH TAKEN .IAPANKSH WAR LORDS CAKE OF INDIGENT SICK PROBLEM HERE; NOT PREVENTION TtShc/O^SllPCfTY Sheriff I,on Hlausecl last night irade the Panipun ;t special of - fleer frr today. That's our oppor- tunity to got even with some ol the guys who have been pestering us lately. The same authority will he conferred on Erasmus 'I'ack when he arrives. There at least should Ite plenty of order In (he press box ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 17 October 1931

PACE TWO . AM. A MOKN1NG i'UST SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, 1931. %\ tl I O L N BY FREEMAN XY.\OI'.l:<: S lu) Sl.rrr ll lir- pin* tiiniilhiu tin,in ' nnil lull Inn a i/uuil ttmi wUr.il liinilt imimil from hrr nit l>' 'thrr'* i;ui:utiuH r (l the liimihit pom-lit. .*>'/■« line mmm/inl I lie litmny fi/lnirt lluit her nvtlu r it. nth. I niirlli AhU.rf.rii. her eti itiulhlr. It ml Mil- rneutillu irnlr tnieinma man To fi- lial ftivmnal prettnre. rum hut become ennnura to n i/oiinij m1/- tlnunlre. I'euk Ahhrill. lie rial- itei Iter motiuet inn! offer* In re- Itutio her wl-rn I'lmilli emhlnili ieeomt .i ircnllliii lint Hum keep-' hri mum t". iiUliiii"ili she in lore uilh mintliir win, frcilil>/ Virutoii. While the Inuiilii ien* poor. 1hr rtrUtncmllc Fourth eolil bonks, unit thim inrt <1 ruh niih-w who him liecome Di'i 'rrstnl hi hill,. III. hr.K thdli II llie II iilm Mtj. fryr. lilt hn-i iiltini. Si'in tram lit Hill thai I'nuilll nut the viliHCu truM li11. Frue. t ut I'Cilk ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 17 October 1931

SATURDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 17, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREt Mothers Observe Work Done By Sam Houston School Pupils This Week VISITORS ARE PRESENT FOR CHAPEL AND J CLASSES ; Every day has been visiting day during the last week at Sam Hous- ton school. Visitors arc welcome at all times, officials declare, but they are spc- j dally entertained during chapel pe- riods. The little tots of the school are trained to present programs that often surprise their own parents. Veils for the Harvesters and for i Sam Houston school, as well as the Sam Houston school song, were en- Joyed by a number of visitors at this j wepk's chapel. Next Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock, children of the first grade will present a program. The beginning of the room mother system in the school has encour- aged considerable visitation, us well 1 as the giving of "treats" for Hit' | children. One afternoon this week. : Mrs. W. S. Tolbert entertained pu- pils, of Mrs. Sam Irwin's room with a little party. She ser...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 17 October 1931

H h ! ij PAGE POUR PAMPA MORNING POST SATURDAY MORNING^OCTOBER IT, 1931. ^ | PAMPA AND AMARILLO BATTLE IN GAME OF YEAR TODAY DOE TO PLAY SAND IE FLASHES Al-SO CRIPPLED ON EVE OF GAME Two of the most powerful high ! |in« in Texas will clash here this afternoon in a same in I which crippled backfleicU probab- ly will not measure up to the ao- viinee prediction*. It in the uttuu* •I meeting of two longtime rivals, i Pump* and Ajnariilo, with the kiekoff to be ftt 3 p. m. OX the two bocltflelds. pampa is hardest hit by injuries. I "We are a crippled outfit but we i will be giving our best throughout i and we hope Hint Pampa football fans and our other backers will not be disappointed." Couch Odu Mitchell of the Pampa Harvesters •aid last night. "Whom will I atari? : Well. that is a question for the gods to decide," the coach deolared. With three buckfleld men on the crippled list und one Uneman 111, Harvester stock has dropped consid- erably the last two days. The Sandies have also been...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 17 October 1931

SATURDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 17. 1931. PAMPA MORN TNG POST PAGE FIVE Welcome Amarillo! To A Good Town And A Big Game We want yon to enjoy yourselves while in Pampa. Make yourselves comfortable in our stores, public buildings, and busi- ness houses while here. Here's hoping you have a good time. We want you make your self at home in Pampa! THESE BOOSTERS ESPECIALLY WELCOME YOU! The Pampa BROWNbilt Shoe Store 123 No. Cuyler Phone 138 Lee Waggoner One-Stop Service 301 Weal Foster Phone 34 City Steam Laundry 31S West Kingsmill Phone 643 Adkisson and Gunn Tire Co. 501 West Foster Phone 333 ' Schneider Hotel Phone 680 Your Laundry & Dry Cleaning Co. 301-9 East Francis Phone 676 Levine's 112 So. Cuyler Phone 147 Murfee's Inc. Kees and Thomas 111 No. Cuyler Phone 167 Pride Dry Cleaners 117 No. Ballard Phone 800 Mintener Lumber Co. 500 So. Barnes Phone 393 122 Houston Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Phone 279 119 No. Cuyler Phone 146 Taylor Farm Dairy 314 East Francis Phone 788 124 No, Ballard Davis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 17 October 1931

PAGE SIX PAMPA MORNING POST SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, 1331. >| Homing Edition ol the Pampt Dtily New* / THE PAMPA MORNING POST I MCMBBt Of TH* ASSOCIATED PRESS Full Kurd Win I *nbll«hfd morninga except Sunday and Monday by Uw Nunn-Warxan I Publishing company, 323 Wivt Foster, pampa, Texas. I IMEMCM- OfiicrRl Manager DAVID M. WARREN ft. 8. (BOB* BRAS HEARS Business Manager OLIN E. HINKLE Managing Editor PHILIP R. POND Advertising Manager The Associated Pre* is exclusively entitled to the use for publication of all news dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited in this and also the lncal news published herein, publication of special dispatches herein also are ri Entered as aeoond-rlaas matti-r October 1. 1 Pampa. Texas under the Act of Mafth 3, l|7f. 411 rights for re- -ved. at the poet office at SUBSCRIPTION BATES By Caqrter in Pampa BUBSCRIPTION to the PAMPA MORNTNO POST In Combination with 1 THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS. Morning, Evening and Sunday. One Month <News and Pos...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 20 October 1931

0 ' GOOD MORN INC—Future yen i use* should cite to their teachers that Thomas Alva Edison was habitually at the foot of his class in school and people saw little good in him. J' THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat • Center. PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle MORNING EDITION OF THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS VOL. II, No. 13. (Full AIJ Leased Wire) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 20, 1931. (6 Pages) PRICE FIVE CENTS WOMEN'S BODIES FOUND IN TRUNK • i • i • • § § FORMER PAMPA GIRL FATALLY INJURED IN CAR WRECK =5 CUT IN PIECES FRANKIE I1ARNHART OF PAMPA SEVERELY INJURED WENT TO SCHOOL HERE ACCIDENT l)('Cl'RED ON' 'THRILL HILL IN TURN-OVER A rid.- on a "thrill dip" drive- way a milt* eusl ol Lubbock late yesterday afternoon curried Miss Bonnie Nell Gordon ol Miami, pampa high school graduate in 1930, to lier death and Inflicted severe injuries on three compan- ions, amoiiK whom was Ml s Frank ie Barnhart of this city. Mis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 20 October 1931

I I r I I r ^ AO* TWO I'AMi'A MOKNINd POST Daily Cross-word Ptizzle ••will# • umbrage Solution of Yeatarday'a Puula r-iramnnrcu racranncm nrrM-imau EiraraisniiH i*im nnnn anon nn riHHRH npinran wron ranrcr aprnhn unnm una uranno unsinu ninnuna r imaumrRn It. Vaatilato It. LUt pjrt of •4. Snoot* iru.of coate ktiomI It fr o rawnrc lauraHirjftHM dhhm ir nu, inn ncwr-ira nu QflCIR HCTKE3P1 r.lUH nm HHtrm anhR ran UfJidii mnran u HRmRiiHR nuranrjnra □HuncsnB wati lN|gjS| « !9. no. 3?. l] =j- _f |0V 41. writing fluid it. drMtar •mount 6.'. IU*|> U. Born > !i4. J-ami.'n paeudonym CS. Small peg* iwrd In calf SI!. Divine lielng 11. Kxpennlve DOWN I. Peraian pott Vnllty 3. Pieces out 4. I.nte i. I.ow gtltrre 4 .«n*kflllie Bill 7. Cowered Wander* Sandarac tre* Unadulterated Prpphft Negative vote Comfort. Uneven Aeriform Ollld Molting Uulao'a . tetond not# Keel-blUrd cuckoo . imftata %' m leaflet at RuIm out Innlo il and confined Inquired Thu* Drxterou* Circat Lake Measure of length or su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 20 October 1931

TUESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 20, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREE I BAPTIST WOMEN ARE TO SERVE AT TRAN1NG SCHOOL MRS. WEHRUNC. IS GRNERAL CHARGE OF PROGRAM Tlie Rev. ('. K. Lancaster ex- plained next . week's live-day training school at a luncheon servnl to members of the First Baptist Woman's Missionary so- ciety yesterday at the church. Several courses have been select- ed in such a way that every member of the church may find work .suit- able to his needs. Supper is to be wrved by the circles of the W M. S. each evening at the church, and one period will be held before and one after sapper. A vocal duet by Mrs. Dan Mcin- tosh and Mrs. Ova While, with Mrs. Tom E. Rose at the piano, also held interest at the luncheon. Program Is Given At 2 o'clock, Mas. J. Powell VVeli- nmg took charge oi a Royal Service program on Challenge of My Faith. The program took the form of a Southern Baptist convention, and each speaker was Introduced iio a Ntate representative. Each speaker offered the ch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 20 October 1931

. V V v • \ v V • « • • • • till FOUR PAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 20, 1931. i i 0' r 4 • fi ^ t HARVESTERS BEGIN EARNEST ' THIS KIOD'S CLEVER PREPARATIONS FOR LUBBOCK By Pap TO GET Git TE DEER HUSKY TO EAD WESTERNER ATTACK $oael> OCm Mitchell has sent WlW to sic Spring, ClovU, Las , Vegas and ncvcral other towns seeking a came for Friday or Bat- wmr, Border .'has offered to send 1}$; tf^m over Di(t wants "too cash" tbe coach wyt. Bur- gar ha* a snappy team and would give the freest | and cold clad boys a alee workout-preparatory to the important Lubbock came. Fans are already discussing the Important tilt. A win would cinch tba district 1 title for the Harvest- J ers, while a win for Lubbock would live them the title if they deleated Araarlllo the last game of the sea- son. The strength of the Lubbock team Is practically unknown. The team haa not been scoutcd and all their tames have been walk-aways. They have yet to show an attack or a real defense and the prepar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 20 October 1931

TUFSPAY MORNING, OCTOBER 20, 193). PAMPA MORNING POST pAGfc HVt BY FREEMAN LINCOLN SV.XnPSIS: Prill; Ah ho It („ f,r- telnet! I'll ttmpt.'tiau in miilcn loi r In Saul Sheriitl, thr lavely ule.p' ililiililiU r ul mi eciJi utric, arista- rratli- in rcnlnr. Peak has tecli- hIc(it riphts, for shr has promised to marry him. But lir haves la ivill her lure hii ewpressinp 1*11/1/ friendship, until she tins Inrfwttrn her 11 ilervHt In I'rcihhi HIiiiuon. Sam icon hi hare married Fi'Cihlu if he liuil been wealthy, as Pea); is; tint at the time her family was in aerem veeil of money, nml mi •ihe accepted Peak. Hccently her stepfather, Fourth Altlcrsca. has faiiuil someone to hack his in veil• lion, anil 111011 >u suddenly rolls <11 upon the family. Peal; offers tn set Nam free, liut she determines ta stain! hy Iter promise. He be- lieves she may he nrawlnp fond fit him. Dclluhteil Kith lier new free, ilant to spend as she pleases, Sum concentrates on having a good 'iinc. Chuptor 24 FLOOD...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 20 October 1931

PAGE SIX PAMPA MORNING POST TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 20. 1931. • # . I 4 i- Morning Edition of Pampa Dally News THE PAMPA MORNING POST 'JAPAN- MEMBER OF THK ASSOCIATED PRESS—Pull Leued Wire ■ubltehed except Sunday and Monday by the Nunn-Warran Publishing company, 322 We.it Foster, Pampa. Texas. M. WARREN...... 8. (BOB) BRAS HE ARB OL1N E. HINKLE PHILIP R. POND General Manager Business Mann km Managing Editor ... .Advertising Manager The Associated Preas la exclusively entitled to the use for publication of all news dispatches credited to or not otherwise credited Ui this paper and also the local news published herein. All rights for re- puollcatlon of special dispatches herein also are reserved. Bite red aa second-claw matter October I. 11190 at the post office at pampa. Texas under the Act of March a. 1871 (Continued Prom Page 1' ly flexible In form to serve us a basis for negotiations, is to be ad- vanced in behalf of the council, with which Prentiss B Gilbert is .silting as a rep...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 21 October 1931

GOOD MORNING— Lubbock folk are holding "Beat Pampa" rallies and are making heated speeches, which fortunately cause them to forget the cotton market. THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Crowing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle MORNING EDITION OF THE I'A MP A IIAII-Y NEWS % VOL. II, No. 14. (Full AP LeuHed Wire) PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MOKNING, OCTOBER 21, 1931. (6 Pages) PRICE FIVE CENTS I I BROTHER DENIES SISTER'S GUILT CANNON INTIMATES HE HAS GIVEN UP CHURCH WORK • • I a • § % § !• m 1 JJ| f Pt!i 9 I REQUESTED TO T WILL QUIT SUPERVISION OF WORK IN CONGO AND BRAZIL IS BISHOP WILL CONTINUE TO FIGHT LIQUOR AND WAR ATLANTA, Oct. SO. (/P)—Utsliiip J a met* Cannon Jr. tonight tauetl a signed statement in reference to tils indictment for violation of the corrupt practices act in which he said: "I helleve that no indict ment would have been found had the Roman Catholic district at- torney summoned the witnesses I gav...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 21 October 1931

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 21 October 1931

WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THAU More Than Hundred Fifty Persons Attend White Deer Wedding Tuesday HIS EYES MAKE SLAVES T MISS WAKMINSKI ANI>| MR. HAIDUK AUK MARRIED WHITE DEER. Oct, 20. —More tlum 150 persons of Wliiie Deer and other North Plains towns attended Uie wedding yesterday mornins of Mian Alice Warmlnski, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Warminski. anil Teleslor Haiduk, son of Mr. unci Mrs. V. Haiduk, all of White Deer. Most of the crowd also attended an elaborate noon-day dinner and an evening dance at the home of llie bride's parents. Ilie ceremony was read at the Sa- cred Heart chuich of While Deer with Father Edward Clinton offi- ciating- Cut flowers were used to decorate the altar, and an arch was lovely In decorations of peach, yel- low, and white, colors worn by the bridal party. Church seats were dec- orated with the same colors. The bride was Rowned in eggshell satin, and wore a white veil which extended to the hem of her skirt. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 21 October 1931

I i PACl FOUR PAMPA MORNING POST WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21, 1931. ■ i i t ij \ ■ \ 1 hi LUBBOCK'S PLANS FOR PAMPA GAME DOMINATING SCHOOL fflSHRS IN FOH DIG GAME BOYS SAW PAMPA IN VICTORY HERE SATURDAY LUBBOCK. Oct. 20. (Special> — With every man in good shape physically and knowing the import- ance of keeping them that way, Coach Weldon Chapman and As- sistant Coach Burl Huffman have set about to get their Lubbock High Westerners In sound shape mentally and morally for the first of the two Important gridiron battles of the day. The Westerners meet the Pampa High Harvesters October 31 on the Pampa gridiron. Teams Are Tied Tied at the top of the standing* column, the Harvesters and West- erners go into their game next week undefeated and unstopped. Both have won one district game, Lubbock defeating Slaton here more than * week ago in its first championship game and Pampa having defeated Amarillo last Sat- urday for a big start toward the state title. Runners up in the Texas sch...

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