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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 21 December 1927

<L :-PA0EFOUH THR nUTCHTI^ON COUNTY HERALD * •: * *y:..T'-v.^y •> , ': •' :--v- r MI 2 IS fi&Ki i$L dEb "spiRjfe ;y Ik iJV. d I iJI I I 01 31 "U for Christmas* " (r\ •"■I ♦9i' v. i . I V ■ '(. -*«: The CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CARPENTER DRY GOODS CO. THOMPSON HARDWARE CO. M. H. CHENAULTS 5, 10 & 25c Store Merchants Extend This Invitation PURE DRUG COMPANY H. FAIR, Jeweler Now Having Auction Sale LOVE'S SANITARY DELICATESSEN Dan Coiin. Prop. ALAMC SERVICE STATION JUST-RITE CLEANERS MAN WARING MOTOR PARTS ORRECK. HARDWARE CO. BORGER JEWELRY STORE * McCARLEY'S JEWELRY STORE TULSA CAFE OIL CITY NEWS STAND , M. C. ANDERSON DRUG CO. ,*c. I V if

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 21 December 1927

V ( I I','1 WEDNESDAY, DKCEMRER 21, 1927. THE BORDER DATT.Y HER ALT) PAGE FIVE *' DAILY HERALD Classified Ads Training Mayor For Boroughs Is English Problem OUT OUR WAY By Williams Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results HATK: Two routs per word pur lUKCrtion. three insertions for live cents per word All want ads are cash in adVM.ee ' - - • - ISOM LODGE 1242 A. F. & A. M. Stated meet- ing's first and third Thurs- days. Visiting Mas- ons invited. Odd Fellows Meet every Wednesday night at 8:30 at I O. 0 IP. Hall 1-2 block w;at Frazer Hotel. LONDON (/p) Uorotinh Council: 1 ithroughout England have a problem i I every November, to make the mayoi |;ility robe and hat lit the new hold-\ il' of office.lor t lie sneceediliK j twelve months. * j This year I here se in? to have |been more problems than it I. lor ijoiit-golilB mayor.' have been on tin , I short siije and as I lie nnvl.i eh eied imayors are corresponding!'- bijv-'1 : a long! honing process of Hi • rob ' ; litis been ne...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 21 December 1927

PAGE SIX A "v ■ ■ • ' 1 mk ■ m TWO ARABIAN KNIGHTS ,"V$ ■ THE BORGER DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, "1927. Paul Berlenbach's Passing is Keenly Felt in Fistic World fs'KW OHK, (/Pi—Out* of the moHt picturesque flKhtors the modem riiiK has produced wlil pass on it l'aul Herlenbaeli stleks to liis do cislon to retire. Beplenbacli, like Jack Dentpsey, \vu8 handicapped by inability to Kel out of tlie way of a right-hand sock to the chin. In fact these two lighters have had perhaps more in common, so far as their fighting equipment goes, thuu ally other two ringmen of these limes. There ivas one important differ- ence. Berlenbach was always will- ins; to fight and fight anyone, whether ho was a champion or liot, \vhll«> Dempsev spent most of Ills best years of his career in idle- ness. "Oom Paul," a converted wrestler with the strength and doggedness of a grizzly bear but also some o£ that cheature's slowness, is one of the few modern boxers who showed any willingness to meet all...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 22 December 1927

K I •M— Buy what you need in busy, bustling Borger. Patronizing Home Enterprise is the Best way in which to Build your Town. Storgcr paili) Hcmlfi OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF BORQER, TEXAS VOL. 2—NO. 2G. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1927. Phone 13 uji DxrAHTiunn PRICE FIVE CENTS i. 1 * 5 S S * § 1* a !* 1 I 1 ALLEGED SLAYER OF GIRL GIVES OFFICERS SLIP * * * * V- * * * * * * * * * •¥ * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * <"• 'Y' 'Y* y * Paved Highway Between Borger and Panhandle Is Assured * * * * y- * * * * # * * * * * * * * •* * * Y* ¥ *• -Y- * Y- Y- Y- Y. Y- Y- Y- * * * * DISTRIBUTION OF CHRISTMAS CHEER IS WELL UNDERWAY IN BORGER O" more mm 50 needy persons already found Groceries Valued at Ten Dol- lars a Basket are Being Given Poor POLICEMAN'S BALL o INDIAN SCOUT TROOPS ON ARMY ROLL Tickets Sold Today Go Boost Fund That is Needing Boosting to Morn Mian fin eases needing and detierving charity have been report ed to tho Horger Christmas Cheer Asociation, acc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 22 December 1927

TWO Borger Daily Herald ■tm —■<ruin nunnii OOMPAXT, IB*. THE BORGER DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1927. D. moRRis tin eaopaiE s. wblsoh ■AT KiGG.tRlj ROSES WHERE ONLY CACTUS GREW BEFORE PERSONAL ITEMS [thihi> OI.DKST in SIW'lulM) <>U KNULAN1) Managing Editor Adv. Manager _ al lot BontM Main Strut, Mor- m—j Ttsas, e-vary Evening Bxetpl litui*r. mat on inadar Morning, bj Entered as second-class matter November 23, 1926, at the post oi- llce at Borger, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1897. Th« Associated Preen is exclusively eutltleu to the use for republication of all uevr* iisj>at«:h s credited to it or not o'.herwi r r.radlted to this paper *nd also th« local R^ffi published herein. SUBSCRIPTION HATES HT MAIL t% aUVAKCK —ONE YEAR— ioa i I BAB MO. UO fkv«>aijk( aud Sua, |7.50 fH.OO $2.00 70. Uvea lag Only 6.00 2.65 1.50 60* ^nadaj Only 2.50 1.35 .70 80 BY CARRIER IN CITY Per Week Per Month 3y Y ja tOc 70c $8 00 All unsolicited article, manuscripts, ie ters an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 22 December 1927

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25>, 1927. THE BORGER DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE r DAILY HERALD f Classified Ads Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results ■ 1 RATE: Two rents per word per ^lnserHon, three iiiserlioiiH for live routs per word. All want ads are I rush in advance. fF=- 1SOM LODGE 1242 A. F. & A. M. Stated meet- ings first and third Thurs- days. Visiting' Mas- ons invited. ii Odd Fellows Meet every Wednesday ^ night at 8:30 at I. O. O. Hall 1-2 block wsst Frazer Hotel. FOR SALE nil; s.w.i; i rillo. *oO.OO. Wr Hotel. lot Ili laii* 1'arl. A ills' i' Kooni "J". .June j - '' :'•«! [ KOll SAI.K Sh.Mkiiul pony. Inquiry ai | (lew r.nrb'-r Shop, I'hillip-. 1'iiinp. -.* -"H! j KOK SAI.K- .Miivirr liuirk --t-oit model, loads!.*. new l' r• . nsn le s than ."i.000 inilt'H. vi.Vi.Qn Address Ho.\ llorger.J KuK SAI.K (.lood second hand radio cheap. 1 'eiiniiiKs Futrniture t o. 1 1 North Main) •Jltf 1 France Is Lacking In National Sport Of Any Sort, Tennis PATHS France is a country witli no ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 22 December 1927

..iWJWW. J. .48 • •v • HERALD DAILY BORGER THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1927. GRANITE KNOCKS OUT CHICAGO LAD In what proved to be one of the best Christmas fights ever staged, Kid Granite of Oklahoma knocked out Mickey McLaren ol Chicago in the third round. The knockout in this early stage of the ten round go does not mean that it wa not u good fight. These clean cut young fellows were clean aud scientific lighters and fought even- ly up until the third when a hefty KQlar-plexus put McLaren to the canvas for th ecount. Jimmie Mur- phy lost a decision in the semi-final to Jerry Haley in the fourth round, when Jimmy, suffering from an old Injury to his leg, was forced to re- tire. In the main go McLaren showed his true boxing sportsmanship when the Kid accidentally stumbled just an McLaren struck him a hefty blow to the chin The Kid was stunned for several seconds, but showing that he did not want a vic- tory under accidental conditions, McLaren rushed to the fallen man and picked him up to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 23 December 1927

■g '■;;•■ 1;' " F * « A Buy what you need in busy, bustling Borger. Patronizing Home Enterprise is the Best way in which to Build your Town. ■v, Phone 13 ALL DICPAiiTM&M !■ OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITV OF BOftQER, TEXAS VOL. 2—NO. 27. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1927. PRICE FIVE CENTS KIDNAPPER OF MARIAN PARKER SLEEPS SOUNDLY V * * * * * * * * '!*■ -Y- -Y- * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * V- * * * * * * * H' Y- Y- Bandits Hold Up And Rob Downtown Bank In Dallas Of $2,000 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * •Y V ♦ Y- .',•• •':'• ¥ * * -Y- Y' Y- *• * * * * * TWO POLICEMAN AND BANK PRESIDENT WOUNDED, ROBBER KILLED > CISCO BANK IS OBJECT OF ROBBERY Unmasked Men Take Small Children on Car and Speed Away After Attack FOUR SURROUNDED Policeman Probably Fatally Bank President and Chief Police Less Seriously CISCO, Texas. Deo. 21'., ItP)- One j Imnk robber is dead and four others ' are believed to be surrounded by j a posse near here following th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 23 December 1927

- sy'' T THE BORGER DAILY HERALD FRIDAf. 'DECEMBER 23, 1927'. Herald PATCHED UP FOR A WHILE ANYWAY vvbumuc " In*. IIU D. OHOrSIE s. UT ■outu I. WELSOH . HAOOARD -Managing KdiTor Adv. Manager at 101 Boutk Mkln atr..t, Jh-r ■ag T«s , •T«rj^EYentiig^Eic«p« Saturda; Entered aa second-clans matter November 23, 1926, at the post or ■ee at Borger, Texas, under the act OI March 3, 1897. Th« A8socist.nl Press is aiclualvel; wititlei Co th use for republication of all no > dlapatch^s credited to it or not a;h«rwi . > eradtted to tliia paper and also tin Inrs published herein. , •CBSCaiPTlON RATES B7 Milt. :« ADVANCE —ONI TEAK— iaa i TIAH MO MO Ut •mill aad Sua. $7.50 M.O0 I- On To. INmiag Only 5.l>0 3.85 1.50 5i> laiday Only 2.50 1.35 .70 flu- BY CAKU1EK IS CITY Faer W««t Per Uontb .ly i jft SOe 70c <S.no All u&aolicited articles, manuscripts, le. tan and pictures koiu to Tlio lUrald ar at owners risk, and tbe publishers ei ilj repudiates auv liability oi- respoua, for thei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 23 December 1927

BOHEMIAN WINS ROUGH MATCH # FROM BOBBY nobby CJiick. Horner fuvorito. wiih van(|iilnhod hint tiinlit in two straight / l'nlls by the nohnmliui, .Too Kopecky Milislitiuiim for Matty Matfiuda, who could not appear against nobby be- ycauKe of lllnc.SH. The 1'irBt fall went * to' Kopecky in 57 mimiten, with ttlam and arm lock, while the ond came with a body slam, after Hobby had been tossod from the linn injuring his arm. Dutch netki' secured a fall in 21! minutes over Jack Larry of Omaha. The main no was one of the hard- est fought battles in the history of Border. Roughness featured the bout, both men pulling hair, throw- ing each other into the ropes and fighting furiously. Hobby and Kopecky rolled from the ring at one time and a general slug-fest ensued between them. A- gain the fans were drawn into the contest. It appeared that Hobby was the winner of both falls last night, the tlrst coming when he had apparent- ly won and had the Bohemian on the dodge, while the second came when H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 23 December 1927

get Total 384 Year#, Take Air t—.— passengers whose ages totalled 384 years re- cently went ui> Into the air in p. h plane o( the 'lufthansa'" the Gerinun uirways corporation, thereby celebrating a silver wedding anni- versary In one of the most unique ways on record. Tfye Bilver bridal couple were a Berlin roofer named Rindfleisch and his wife. Both were genuinely touched when Uindfleisch's aged parents, an aunt and Frau Uind- fleisch's mother came over from Lelpsie to present their congratu- lations in person. At the festive meal which followed, the word air- plane was introduced in the dis- cussion. "1 would die a happy man," Rindfleisch's father exclaimed. "If I could but once try out this most modern of means of transportation." "So would I," chimed in his ■wife. "We too," echoed the mother- in-law and the aunt. Herr Rind- fleisch- said- nothing, but the next day, when his relatives were ready to- start- back for Leipsic, drove them, instead of to the railway station, to the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 23 December 1927

PR" ( FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1927. THE BORGER DAILY RERAI.D PAGE FIVE ■a fe- ll y If r l! Mental Tests 4 DAILY HERALD show mc Ur Living Poor OUT OUR WAY By Williams 7 Classified Ads Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results KATK: Two cents per word per ilinertioii. lluec insertions lor live j coiiIh per word All want nd.s are ! casli in iidvaui'e. fr= - ISOM LODGE 1242 A. F. & A. M. Stated meet- ings lirsl awl third Thurs- days. Visiting .Mas- ons invited. 11 WASHINGTON (#•) Study of! ' laiiiiiy liist.orieK in different .;oc j tl'ona in tlio Southern Appalachians j and extensive menial tests in tin- schools has led the Department of1 (Jenetlca of the Carnegie I nut in (- 'lion of WashiiiBtou to this cunclus- |ion: "The lower I he economic |level of an area, llie lower Hie g:-n leral Intellectual level of Hie mini . i lies within the area." "The studies also indicate thai j families with better intelligence jnre found in the areas with the i better economic advantages." says' | ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 23 December 1927

GE SIX ' Crackers Are Dangerous at \ */> Christmas Time By® —| 1 DALA.AS, Texas, Dec. 19, (#)- Attention to the danger of cele- brating Christmas with explosives, i such as fire ei ackers and similar | noise making devices has been j pointed out to the public by l>r. Munton M. Carriole director of Pub- lic Health of Dallas. Without dir- ect admonition to celebrate in some other way Dr. Carrick said: "A word concerning I he day ■which marks the culmination of the year's burden of noise. Christ- mas, like the more local festivals similarly celebrated, lias stood de-f clared in recent years as a Moloch I which claims its yearly loll of iiiaimed and dying human sacrific It's sins lie open and declared. 11 has shown again and again that the change from red cracker of the day before to the smoke and noises of . Christmas day itself produces lists of killed and wounded greaterj than those of many battles. Those j sorrowful lists tell but a part of the l story. If we could estimate th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 25 December 1927

• vfS Buy what you need in busy, bustling Borger. Patronizing Home Enterprise is the Best way in which to Build your Town. .VOL. 2—NO. 28. Phone 13 4.IJL UKFAKTUBNTI ASSOCIATED PRESS OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF BOKGKK, TEXAS BORGER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 25, l<)27. PRICE FIVE CENTS POSSE OF 500 IN CISCO BANK BANDIT SEARCH # * H- -Y- H* ■'(• *V* Sft !{- * * * * * * •Y- -Y- * * * * y. * ■Y. *Y* Y* * V * H- * %• Small Children May Feast To Hearts Content At City Auditorium _ :f. -y. ¥ Y- Y- Y- Y Y- Y- Y- Y- • Y- Y- Y Y- Y- Y- Y- * Y- Y- Y- Y- *. FIRST SNOW OF THE SEASON COVERS BO Y- Y • Y> -Y Y ^ .y. Y- Y- * * Y- Y- Y- Y- Y- V rl^ ^T* '!• ^ n" V ^ ^ * * * (c^a JGHT BLANKET chiisiils mm food i to the p00r1 Many Baskets of Delicious1 rood Stuff to Be Dis- tributed COSTS $10.00 Intensive Campaign to Locate Poor Is Underway In 4' City Tomorrow iit 1 o'clock every | child between the ages of live and l 15, of Burner Ilia! registers at the] city hall before I o'clock Saturday aftern...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 25 December 1927

Published at 102 South Main Street, Borger. Texaa, every Erenln* Except Saturday and on Sunday Morning, by NUNN-WARRflfr! PUBLISHING CO., Inc. KBAL D. HORRIS — !___ "'1- r—~ •Manager CHOPSIE S. W-ELSCH - --Managing Mltor RAY MA6GJWD ... Ailvertisiug Manager Entered as second-class matter November 22. 192G, at the post office t Borger, under the act of March 3, 1897. TUo Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited try it or not otherwise credited in this paper aud also the local nevra published herein. SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAIL IN ADVANCE 1 year 5 mo. :i mo Evening and Sunday $7.50 Evening only — 5.00 Sunday Ouly 2.50 BY CARRIER IN CITY Per Week Per Month Mc 70c $4.00 2.8 5 1.36 Bv Year $S.00 All unsolicited articles, manuscripts, letters and pictures sent to The Herald are sent at the owners risk, and the publishers expressly re pudiatf any liability or responsibility for 'fceir -nt'e custody or reti'rn. TUu utmost cure will...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 25 December 1927

~ SUNDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1927. TERRITORY (Continued from Page 1) floads In tliu Panhandle wij not be affected wltli the Friday nigjit hjiow but in ohter sections. high- ways are reported to be in. bad condition. According to weather reports a slight drop in tempera- ture will prevail tontKht and to- morrow, with a liKht (lurry of snow tonight, and a drop in tem- perature tomorrow. Much damage has been experien- ced in the north central section of the United States. In Canada tlie mercury dropped as low as 15 below zero, while in the Great Lakes region and on the lakes, zero weather has prevailed for several days. In Chicago, the storm has taken as its toll, more than 15 lives in the last two weeks, with consider* able property damage, due to tires caused indirectly to ice coated high lines breaking and igniting build- ings. Traffic in some sections of the city has been tied up and it is predicted the windy city will re- main in the grips of Old Man Win- ter for several days. Throughou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 25 December 1927

H Pe-- ■ J I wr—■ DECEMBER SUNDAY, i mem BORGER DAILY HERALD 1,1 By Taylor fflSTOMF ■ CATTLE RANCH RICH SUBJECT AUSTIN, Texas. —.-The history of the cattle ranch industry in Texus is proving a fertile field for students of jhe University of Texas •who are interested in writing thesis for advanced degrees. Two such studies were presented to fulfill thesis requirements for master of arts ■ degrees, during 1917. One of these thesis was prepar- ed by J oh 11 Allison Riekard of O'Donnell and deals with The Cat- tle Ranch Industry of the South Plains. Included in the South Plains region. Riekard has taken that section of the slate which is bordered oil the north by the southern limits of Parmer, Castro, Swicher, Briscoe, Hall and Childress counties. The western boundary is the eastern limits of New Mex- ico from Bailey county south the point where the Pecos river crosses the slate line; thence along the Pe- cos river valley to the southern boundary of the South Plains was taken as along t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 25 December 1927

——r—- J".-*1 927. STTNbAY. DRf'F.MUKIt 2ft. 1 THK IIOKGEU DAILY URUAI.I) BAfJR HBVEM \r J\4 Synthetic Gasoline Next in Line Say French Scientists • PARIS (£J) France's gasoline! jrobleni is going to he solved be- j fore long, scientists say. There is | confidence In the development <>f ^'synthetic production of alcohol and gasoline anil in the power of ben- zol to Improve the quality of mo- tor fuel. A mixture of one-third oacli im- ported gasoline . benzol and aleoh-| 01 is said by Pierre Dumanois, technical head of the government's bureau reeking a liquid "national luel," to have produced excellent results. His report says this mix- ture (lives more power, quicker ac- celeration and is better for a mo- tor than straight gasoline. Production of cheap alcohol is greatly hampered by high taxation and government control of the supply, including price fixing, but scientists say there is no doubt the country can produce vast quanti- ties of cheap alcohol whenever the government fr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 25 December 1927

page eighi —~ Prize Money Mare Is Retired From Track to a Farm ■ CHICAGO (/P)—Princess Doreen, greatest money winning mare that eVer raced Id America, has been retired from the racing atrip after having earned the remarkable sum of $174,746 in five years cam- pa lining She has been retired to the Aud- ley Farm establishment at Berry- ville, Va., to a life of ease, and will be used as a brood mare. Princess Doreen, in 9 4 races, fin- ished in the money times. She was out in front 34 times, finished second 15 times and third in 17 Starts. Her greatest year was 19 25 when she earned $4,220. The mare was at her best on a fast track and culd run three-quar- tfcrs as well as one and three quar- ters miles. Kay Spense, who trained Prin- cess Doreen for many ol' her big races, considers her the greatest horse he ever condiitoned. —- ■ :- THE BORGER DAILY HERALD SUNDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1927. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS IN DEBT TO UNCLE SAM 'vi&'CE soeey but T" AiOAi& or OS aa^ a N STAMP=I ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 26 December 1927

J Buy what you need in busy, bustling Borger. Patronizing Home Enterprise is the Best way in which to Build your Town. IBargrf laihj OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF BORGER, TEXAS Phone 13 ALL DEPARTMENT* VOL. 2—NO. 28. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1927. PRICE FIVE CENTS May Not Play Against Penn HHP bi. ■*** &. 1 i B ' t'T-Mi '■ k * •• * mut., - ■ - * ^ 1 , gs. the die. ft Unless Ned Green. star California tack It?, iiay.s a delinquent $ l 0 stu- dent activity fee, lie will not be allowed to play in the coining l'enn- Califoriiia game 011 December 31. Creen's letter, earned this sea- son, has been held tip. The student association, which is handling Ureen's case, hows to arrange it so thai lie will gel to pluy* France's Unknown Soldier to Have Guard of Honor PARIS f.P) France's Unknown Soldier is to have a guard ol' honor and a museum where will he kept souvenirs and relics of the symbolic hero. Throe organizations have been ch urged with the responsibility ...

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