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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 4 April 1927

' kB ? i It V / 7 v i n—'—*■ 'fr r 1—No. 113 ■?<«.; >v, ' ft PRESS LEASED WIRE > OFFICIAL PUBLICATION, CITY OF BOROUt, TEXAS BORGER, TEXAS, MONDAY, APRIL 4, 1927 EIGHT PAGES t %w- -BAILEY IS DELAY •MNWINTIETS ClfflSE KIMES AND TERRILL IN BORGER, IS THOUGHT MEXICAN SLAYERS OF WILKINS, CAPTURED BANMTS TELL ABOUT KILLING I. S. CITIZEN Murdered Him When Close Pursuit Enraged Robber Band ONE IDENTIFIED Son of Slain Engineer Points Out Kidnaper of Hi<{. Father) Ranks Thinned to a Few Hundred—Confederates -Meet -Again U-S. RIOT GUNS ARE TURNED ON CHINESE SHIPS Blue-Jackets Repelí Attack On Steamer; Sailors Are Landed MEXICO CITY, April 4.— fAP) —Member of the band which kid- naped and murdered Edgar M. Wil- klns, American electrical engineer, were in the custody of the Mexican authorities at Guadalajara todav. They were captured by the local police near there after having been nought since a week ago last Sun- flay by federal troops. Three of t lie then'captured were said to ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 4 April 1927

3 fHtWW $rf m iwls to f toy ly^HMhioD m :#' H M i 11>- Li hf 8 , J8' t' , >!* i' liS [if u ink li.v $J-: *T, ill big Mid tat* ok Mereml occasio IB for sic in the middle of a further astonishes the gift by 'I to engage the room. She p# mother aid otter Clay's planat ion of his actions, is > talen Into the- Wells' house*- 1*1 ten dollars a week. SOW <JO OS WITH THE STORY j CHAPTER IV. The next morning, at what seem- ed an unearthly hour to Clay Cur té!, there was a knock on his door, and Billy's cris£ voice called out: "Seven thirty, Mr. Curtis! Time to get up. Breakfast at eight. I've fin- ished with the bathroom." "Finished with the bathroom' What the devil?" Clay Curtis flung the covers wide and leaped out. of bed room. What was the matter with the steam heat? ot a j,all aimost bumped into ham a; toÜ nostrils. Lord, but'he was iSr&rs ho his grateful surprise, the ri was dellcldUsly w rm, of heat eddyinft up visibly a funny kerosene oil store, was a clean but sltfmry...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 4 April 1927

mmm CITY COMMISSIONER On His Record W. T -3 Si Editorial Borger Daily Herald Wed., March 30, 1927 s s Hi s PICK YOUR MEN! Election day is nearly here.' Do you know how you are going to vote, and why? Eleven men have offered for city commission posts. Two are to be elected. Of the two for whom you vote, one should be a physician. He should be elected for his expert knowl- edge, so that he can superin- tend the sanitation of Borger. This is the most important matter before Borger now. Sanitation, at this stage of the city's growth, is more import- ant than paving or anything else. Muddy streets and health make a better combi- nation than paving and pesti- lence. Four doctors have filed for the office. Each vo- ter should vote for one of these doctors; the one who, in that voter's estimation, is best fitted to care for the city's health. Don't let "politics" influ- ence your vote. Vote for the best man, in your estimation; and find out now who is the best man; the best man for mayor, t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 4 April 1927

paper >nd atoo tha local herein. ION KATES BY HAIL IN ADVANCI —ON* YEAR— 1 • i X yea/ mo. mo. mo. « Bnndajr 17.50 14.00 2.00 70c f 6.00 2.86 1.60 60c 2.60 1.86 .70 10c Only. BY CARRIER IN CITY tfer Month 70c . uniolicltcd articles, manuscripts, let- un and pictures sent to The Herald are «ant at the owners risk, and the publishers iy repudiates any liability or respen- for their safe custody or return. , utmost care will be taken, however, to that they are not lost or misplaced in this office. mm s PHONE IS FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any individual, firm, concern or corporation that may ap ■ In the columns of the Herald, will be ,ly corrected when called to the atten- . of the editor. It is not the intention this newspaper to wrongjy use or injure r individual, firm, concern or corporation ánd corrections will be made when warranted as prominently as was one wrongly published reference of article....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 4 April 1927

Wmm íER V' MEjlwjl *KA Hmlw WASHINGTON — The lender ™ héarl of President Calvin Coolidfee feels for dumb beast as well at the people V>f the nation. , That Is why happiness has come • Into the heart of Becky, the While House raccoon. All was -well when Becky, gift of an admirer,' first came to the White House. Shpwas one of the most popular and most press- agenled Coolidgo pets in a long flnw. child's welfare!" the White Houm spokesman Is said to have ex- claimed. It was (a question of whether Becky* playmates should be In- vited to the White House or whether Becky should be sent where she could meet boys of her own age. And the president look the no- bler, self-sacrificing course, so that now Becky is out at the Na- tional Zoo, where are found most of the other furry coons ol Wash- ington. She lives in the cutest little coon house you ever saw, '• Then came spring and a great ' , ' " "m r faH; KflessnesK sflrrf.,1 in Ttorkv's *he ^ ,<?,V democratic about mm restlessness stirr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 4 April 1927

. :**¿ c m JudKe Ignacio Maro, Mexican justice of the peace, finally sub- mits to the camera he so studiously evaded after marrying the elop- ing Charlie Chaplin and Lita Grey in his home at. Empalme, Sonora, Mexico. Here is the judge and his. humble abode. Undoubtedly, they will come in for frequent mention at the forthcoming trial of Mrs. Chaplin's divorce suit. MSEMU. :íc £0*. WA- - • •••%.* THREE SLUGGING TEAMS NEW YORK, April i._(AP)— . The slugging attack of three metro- felitan entries in tho annual major _ league flag hunts was impressed up- .:Z.m All rivals today as the Yankees. • ■ Giants and Brooklyn Dodgers wan- dered slowly homeward from Flo:v 1 " ifia training pastures. .$■' The Giants were most impressive th their clubs, smashing out 2U tB and £2 runs against Memphis the latter's bailiwick. Memphis Attnaged to slip in two runs some- where. <•£ Brooklyn and Cleveland bolted jfoe ball hard at New Orleans, •Brooklyn winning 8 to T. *.t; Wb«n staticians with the Yankee...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 4 April 1927

|M em •*Vr- M fno o In advance. 'JKmmil IUHJ.H «I per word per Iniertton; three rt, if <\ 'i-K-MPiSr' , i Í; *. fl tion for five cents per word. All want ads are í£ FOR SALE J..I. /gi i i tflil ilJillBi .3S5 ft ISOM RESIDENCE LOTS In Booth Borjer Lots BO by 140 feet Priesa, flOO to $350—Ten ISOM TOWN SITE CO. Smith and Henderaon, Mgra. Phone 120 FOR SALB—Cafo doiiis Rood: owner Iiub other Ijiminess; ii bargain. \v ill Hike co'ive. Midway Iteully <'o.. ut' ' Hotel- 113-ltp ) > 1 ^ • <1 FOlt SALE OR TRADE—flood lot in ^ox- ana on highway, to trade for a good truck. Owner, Mr. Harvie Eastin, Prairie Camp, Borger, Texas. 1^12-3tp. FOR SALE OR TRADE—Furnished house, tént house and Ford sedan. Priced to sell. House i numbered U28 West Dixon Creek street. I12-3tp EÓft RALE—Cooks Cafe across the street from Marland camp number one. W ill ' t.ike car on trade. 112-Utp. ? FOR HALE—Ilarley Davidson motorcycle, 2- cylinder. Machine in Rood shape, prac- tically new: will sell cheap. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 4 April 1927

HHB;': ÍT-1 'a i ■!__ Marmon sedan, and equipped. Huff {arm near t where the two outlaws thoujrt it to be in hiding. Guards along the road leading Hill to the (arm while army oí .about twenty officers with shotguns and rifles sur- pded the farm, searching every "ing as they closed in. "Among the findings at the {arm i a large still of 500 gallon capac- Apparatus for the making of was piso uncovered. One man arrested and taken to Stinnett, told officers ICimes and Terrlll Id left the farm last Friday, leav- their high-powered car behind, ktter surrounding the shack on ftréet of Signal Hill and crash- the door only to find the place erted and the bandits' clothing behind, officers were told of the írlng flight through the streets of Signal Hill by Kimes and Terrlll xtfhlle the officers were searching Up Htiff'farm An old man, watch- \ittf events from a store front, saw gpimeone start 9. Buiek coupe he- tWeen buildings about 100 feet from toe shack the bandits had occupied «3 then saw ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 5 April 1927

.OES imam . i m mi OFFICIAL PUBLICATION, CITY OF BORGKR, TEXAS y «i*? ^ f* "* WMpTvJ '<V '. ^ y * „ * ? ; ■ '-• ' > — -BJ i' *H ALL DBPi 114 ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE BORGER, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 5, 1927 , PRK mat, dL ÍM & '/ '?j# V A TW0Mu£CH0K ARE BUSY AS BORGERITES < ■M h Hi HABEAS CORPUS HEARINGS TODAY FOR WALKERS & BAILEY, . , - - ~ ^ More Warrants in Waiting if Bond Is Allowed Men FRESH TIP IN BANDIT CHASE PAMPA, ArWI —Seven ilcinitios' and sheriff (¿raves, heavily armed, lpft here hur- riedly in automobiles this af- ternoon for the Lockhart ranch north of here, leaving- billy two officers in town The.v «re said •to Ih> on' a liot tip in <lie pur- suit of Mat Kimes and Ray Ter- i'Hl, wanted in connection with llM* killing lit Deputies Terry and Kenyon nt Border Friday. T(|p two Oklahoma bandits are . Mid, to l>e surrounded in a los cabin oil the ranch. Sheri/f Graves has turned over to Rangers his warrant for the arrest of Kd Ilailey in con" «eeti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 5 April 1927

í.l'JtSM mm mw ''"i R&tPl mm - f / This airplane photc graph shows progress on the new $5,000,000 Wright Field, east of Dayton, O When completad it will be the largest ariation center in the world, covering 5C<00 acres. The field is named in honor of Orville and Wilbur Wright, co-inventors of the airplane. It will displace McCook Field, Dayton, as the U. S. army's most important post for aerial experimentation. y Qnne (iustin KJ 01927 tv ha THI8 HAS HAPPENED CLAY ÍTHTI8 voluntarily disin- herits himself and gives up a lift' of pase an<l luxury to follow the ex- ample of his father, T. Q. (TKTIS, . a self-made mail whom he admires! tremendously. Clay has been an ar- deHt student of musie all his life and his ambition is to become a great, composer. When he leaves Jiome, he takes with him only hand and music. ifinds a room in the poorer if town, in the homy of a fBTiljW,. She has a daughter, kiio is head of the glove de- ft in the mammoth depart- ure owned by Clay's father. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 5 April 1927

PjBBflgppilPpi 1 April, 5.x: (al ) aa the unmasked rifcht h^ld up atad .«-gnpcery store and a, fíllinfe 'lére of atwut $40 was voic- by a wctfnañ,- who, with a le companion, was arrested short' after the rohlrcry. The man also led connection with the robbery, orris Goldstein, owrtfir of the . store, and Dan Keeny, op- tor of the filling station, idont-i- i the woman aa the robber. ,.v,The woman said she was the own- ér 'of a restaurant in the 'Panhandle. ' r i :> o- -—••—! Moody Gives Plans For Special Session ■ I AUSTIN. April 5.—(AP)— Five major problems are to be submitted Í to1 the legislature to be called in " special session either May 2 or May 9, lOovétfior Dan Moody officially aftpounced today. j~ Legislation to be submitted will include' prison reform, appropria- tions; highway reform, judicial re- form, and civil service. * ;—o—•—■———— Is After-Shrine \ Ring for Borger O '7" \ d. O Dr. B. O. Lewis, who spent the j>jast'Week in El Paso takiiiK Shrine' cónsistory degre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 5 April 1927

.-Manapin^ Kditor diac for admlitanea Into the Mall at Borier. Tasa* a Kttttr. m t>Maa ia aMloaivaly ntitlad tM aaa (or republication of all nam '4ia *tchaa eraditcd to it or not otharwiit eradIM In thla paper and ako the local MOT published heroin. •ÜÍSCBJPT10N RATES DY MAIL IN advance —ON* YKAR— • ,> : _ - JHU mo. ■ad 8undar...«7.S0 14.00 2.00 70c Only B.OO 2.M 1.60 BOc Only 2.60 1.15 BY CARBIER IN CITY #ar Month TOe > 1 mo. mo. .70 10c B Year «8.00 All nnaollcitad artielaa, manuaenpu. let- lata add pfcturta neiit to The Herald are left! at the owners risk, and the publlahera annul? repudiate* any liability or reapon- (UuUty for their ufe cu*tody or return. utmost oare will be taken, however, to aaa tkat they ara not laat or miaplacod In U offlea. raoNK it for all departments NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Any erroneous reflection upon the character tundios or reputation of any Individual, Its, concern or corporation that may ap war ia the columns of the Herald, will be •ladty corr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 5 April 1927

/ 5 o f \ m I j ESHMRH! I ría m-:- Ads íífW wi k to ad * . JNfiP •tt^p i l«r Oai({/ Herald Want Ads FofResuits -• - its per word per insertion; -three Insertion for fire cents per word. All want ads are ISOM RESIDENCE LOTS ' Vi; hV. j„ South Borger Lot! 60 by iiO.feet Price , ItOU to *350—Term ^ ISOM TOWNSItR CO. Smith and HetiJererfii, Mgr . Phone 120 rrrv FOR FÍALE OR TRADE—Crfoil lot in Rox- ana on highway, to trade for u good truck. Owner, Mr. Ilnrvie East in, Prairie Camp, Borger, Texas. 112*8tp. FOR SALE OR TRADE—Furnished house, tejit houKe and Pard sedan. Priced to sell. House is numbered 328 West Dixon Creek street. 112-3tp FOR SALE—Cooks Cafe across the street from Marland camp number one. Will take car on-trade. 112-Otp. FOR SALE—Harley-Oavidson motorcycle, 2- i-ylinder. Machine in good shape, prae tieaily new; will sell cheap. Pretz, west of Isom School house. 112-.'Jtp. FOR SALE—Ten! house partly furnished, | cheap. West Sixth street, Chilton add i FOR RENT—For modern a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 5 April 1927

SíT-'í; to play ner - up to Pirate star, o w ever. Wanner in bi9 palmiest day was never a better «elder than Bobby. In the - snore than 20 years that I have Sent in the majors I have never 6n an inftelder who could touch : : a baseruuner with the unerring . accuracy of Wallace. • ' Any time the ball arrived at Wallace's station the slightest traction of a second ahead of the baseruuner, it was a safe bet that he would be touched out. Wallace is the only inflelder in t)>e American League's history who found no great difficulty in touching the great Ty Cobb. lie would golip a trifle to meet Cobb, get the ball in the path of the runner, and practically make him touch himself out. Cobb very frankly admits that ..he tried every slide in his cata- logue to confuse Wallace but fl^ver succeeded to any great ex- tent. •Thinks Reds' Chances Good J>OBBY WALLACE is now act- " ing as coach and scout for Manager Jack Hendricks of the Cincinnati Reds. I recently bumped into him at the Reds' ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 6 April 1927

> ' —~ ' Texas: Tonight and Thura- y cloudy,, little change in ure. I I I " ■, { •V • .¡*<M ' .V' '■ ' V ,V' • " ~ OFFICIAL PUBLICATION, CITY OF BORGER, TEXAS ALL DEPARTMENTS ¡SB -NO. 115. ASSOCIATED PRESS LEADED WIRE ■ t ' ! ', BORGER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1927. PRICE 5e SCHOOL AID FINALLY VETOED MO 0ÑRMJD CHARGES *®S NO BOND YET FOR WALKERS AND BAILEY ADJUTANT GENERAL IS EN ROUTE TO BORGER ( 1 m T í * ' T U. S. ENTERED THE WORLD WAR TEN YEARS AGO Decade Ago, Call to Arms was Shrilling Over All The Land MANY CHANGES Three Men Who Signed Reso- lution for War Are All Dead. BV KlIUiK I.. SIMPSON WASHINGTON, April 6—(AP) — The decade that for Americans en- fold the great was has gone troop- Sllg down the corfdor of time. l'ne years ago today the call U arm wan shrilling in every town aríñ lTámiel íiiufer the Stars and Stripes. U tion passed the fiotfiieat S o-'oloclt this morning," says thé yellowing record. Already it had cleared the senate and the house roll call in the e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 6 April 1927

& W$:r > ?■) H' ' z m " I. i A 11 J'RiVAjilLtAK^c^ won lips curled In dertóion. "Not on youispM Winnie's right, string hint along! Tell hira trty hlftltest ambition Ih to be bead oí the cos- metloB department, and maybe I'll get the Job." "Use your brains, Nyda," Billy ad- vised scornfully . "Every bootlicker in the whole store will pull that gag e Miss Simmon . heart of . sonnet department, Mr. Hoslilns. the general manager, and myself. first prize will be twenty-flve dollars, sec- ond lwe|ity-foúr, and so on deVvn till the Jftst, q>rixe will be one dollar- That,1! ali<—hustle along to your sup-, pel's, now, and don't forget to take a quostionalri'e. Oh, yos, papers have to be iu by .January 2U. Good night!" T. Q. left the room abruptly by the door at tho rlfiUt of the stage, born yesterday, ' aud bedlam broke lose. i "Maybe you re right, Nyda n- ! Breed. "I ll get Eddie to help mo think up a swell aiiibteli.-... (íood , i nightl I bet the boy friend's chew- by shell d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 6 April 1927

pílilPi . ■ ' DAILY ■ - 1 " m* . / i -( u«A I fd - ♦ t Touring Training Camps landicap for Umpire IT'S In a name t S Jeveral weeka ago I pointed jit that as far as a baseball 'um- was concerned, It meant con* 'Tj^mada- mention of the fact that on^'of the umpires I once broke 1' In as an Amer- ican Leaguer vas named Colliflower. 11 is obvious that an umpire with a vegetable handle is im- mediately under a great haiidi- tap. Now cauliflower au gratín is a most appetizing dlslt, but when ' Cólljflower. the umpire, made a decision that failed to please the fans, he was greeted thusly: "Colliflower not au gratín but how rotten." Then, I told how later this um- " pire shifted his name to James and was at once called Jesse and reminded that the horse ploue was missing to complete the pic- '"'Itire. * I also called attention to. the -fact that my very good friend and capable umpire, Torn Crook, was to work in the Coast League and that he no doubt would often be reminded of his name. * ♦ * C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 6 April 1927

j ■v 00 1 f* R Hi. ^'ir:' • : listad Pr<M Í «elu )«Ür «ntítUd (or republication Of «U M«« AUtd to It or apt othorwtoo ill papar and *ho tho local id lweiii. 'iiií ir-.jii <* i—S— IN rates bv hail I ADVANC3 —ONt YEAR— < I • I 1 t jaar mo. mo. mo awl StindMr...|7.6tl $ . 2.W Only Í.OO 2.86 1.50 60c Bandar Oolr 2.so i.sg .70 0c by carrier in city l*er Üuotb B V«r 70c «8.00 AH OBMUcitad articles, manuscript , let- tar* and picture# tent to The tieralü are <«IU at the owner* riak, and the publisher* HPiaaslr repudiate* any liabilitr or reapun- tibilltr (or their aafo cunt.nl ur return. Tba uiuoat care will be taken, however, to qaa (hat th«r are uat laat or to «placed in ihb «lila*. •rnment policy and _1Ü^ retroactivity and which hav« caused the trott connection with the Mexican ' oil laws, are not exactly new huatness with this government. Some of the old-timers who re- call the reclamation ot the Bering River coal fields In Alaska are now pointing to a deadly parallel based...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 6 April 1927

t \ )■ t < * ■ r / I i I 4 •1' vN .• " •/ ■ WWrMj wm Mrn '■V^Kif ¥ *w StüT^IMW IÉHl*t*?1 'ifrwiiWii %*>, • ■ • ■•., «% Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results Bat**: Two cents por word per Insertion; three Insertion for five cents per word, cub In advance. All want ads are FOR SALE ISOM RESIDENCE LOTH In 8outb Burger Lots 50 by 140 feet Prices, $i00 to $850—Tortus 1HOM TOWNS1TE CO. Smith mid Henderson, Algrs. Pilone 420 FOR RENT Ft,) R *11KNT— Two room 010 Harvey St. house, musoiiablf I 1 t ntp FOR KENT—Three w ell furnished room*, breakfast nook nnd kilchouettp Will rent or exchange for board for two children fil- ing to school. _ 115ütp LOST AND FOUND M«fMÉ Extra! A oí(•) (• I OK KENT fl|U3 per tuo block w lioom Ijj iiftldej Jiriek iiulMliivt, Plains I lot el. 1 J.'ilit '. FOR SALE—Cooks Cafo across the «street from Marlnnd comp number one. Will • i nr on trade. I'OU liENT--T\co new - room unfurnished i I lunisen, two built in cabiiiota in each. 1' I Large roomy Iioiim-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 6 April 1927

• ■ í ■:>. a * ■ ■ ■■. JIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIItlllllllllllliMIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIItSmilllllllllClllllllllllllClllllllllltllHIIIIIIIIIIIICllllllllillllt .. ?■ .0 s vM&u-^wy ■ ISWAB /Ai AEÍ2E S U&'S1 OUT IM TA' YARD PtAvi/o- ey WAN SELF.' AE'S 7AEJ2E/ ti s s s s Ü) s FZG. U. S. PAT. OFF. Q1927 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. s I HOOK IKS SHIVER NEW YORK. April 6 —(AP) -- Many rookies on the squads of the Yankees, Giants and Robbins are looking forward with a tremor or two to the opening of the playing season next week. Rainy days have given them plenty of chance to think about their prospects. Brooklyn was the only club of the three to get a chance to play yester- day aiyl the rookies showed their stuff. "Manager Robinson sent in a team of youngsters at the start of the tilt with Birfingham's South- ern Association team at that city. The rookies gave the regulars a one ruiv lead and the big team was'torced to evoke a hitting jamboree in the eighth to pull out the game The Yanks...

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