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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 November 1946

Uvea thwifh ^ere is no trie* I gas odor present, death by ordi- iry manufactured gas can easily e detected. The blood of the vic- m absorbs an element of the gas, .hich causes the fleth to turn ink. t>?ADLY BLAST On a January night in 1911, Taal volcano, only 39 miles from Ma- nila, in the Philippines, exploded with such fury that 1400 UVM were snuffed out in an instant. CtJCUMBPf? OtJAftW So highly regarded were cucum- bers by the ancient Egyptians that guards were posted In booths in cucumber gardens to protect the prized vegetables from prowling jackals. ZALE J w -ni.W.. « *lrw\ ru' > * *0K2SwSw I'lw Hush oS (•littering rhincstwne* i<> daz/li1 al your (lirout and iirisis . . . ihf pt'riwi fur your ulier-darU cost unit's. You'll welcome Ihi' return of thew bril* li:int Mimes, smartly mounted in fhiiker necklace and single baud braeel« t. They're available al /ale'* usuul low prices, DIAMOND IMPORTERS ES '£e/i& Necklacc Bracelet ices include federal I u\ CONVENIENT ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 November 1946

y* I « I n I Page Four l!t . Wr'-lf. i y '''■ •" : ■1;'1 THE BORGER (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD Mil i tinr" iii"i | Sunday, November 17, 14 Su Phillips Blackhawks Win District Championshi Trounce Canadian 46-0 Before Crowd of 2r00Q Romping leisurely to a 46 to 0 victory over Canadian yesterday afternoon at Blackhawk stadium, the Phillips Blackhawks won the 1946 football championship of District 2 A. thus a&suminq the mantle of football greatness worn by Blackhawk teams continuously since 1940. Bv their victory yesterday the Blackhawks qualified to represent the district against the Tulia Hornets, who defeated Hereford Friday for the honor of representing District 1 A in the regional playoffs. Time and plare of the bi-district play- off game have not yet been set, Coach Chesty Walker an nounced late Saturday. > — —- The outcome of Snturdnv> ' 0 A Nntclinll Same Was never in doubt after the UIMlcli opening moments. Playiny like' the champions they are, the Black- nKTO,„ , , hawks ro...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 November 1946

^ Surtduy, Novembei 17, 1946 coin ouch nutc Will* j tw sa l> tl- th, tliiV tUn illiilli! V. fl • da' nirr Ti" 10- ansa • n> Sr K:i i- lill it: fool- coir. • 7.000 THE HUTCHINSON COUNTY HLkALL) — Pugc Kiva ft Borger Bulldogs Batter Electra Tigers 26-7 Dunn Leads Bulldogs In Comeback Victory ELECTRA, Nov. 16 -Reboundina from their defeat at the hands of Amarillo last week, the Boroer Bulldoqs batter ed the Elertra Tigers 26 7 hero loninht before a shivering crowd of over 1,000 spectators. The victory was as complete as the score indicates. The Bulldogs rolled up 14 first dawns to Electra's one and gained 298 vards to the Timers' 54. - * Football Scores Border look an early lead on an 60-yard touchdown march in the first quarter. Roy i«ee Dunn car- ried the ball across as the climax of a sustained drive carried on by McLaughlin, Pitcher, Hughes and himself, Wugiies contribut- ed a 50-yard Kain as the biggest individual performance. Dunn's place kick for the ex- tra point was good...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 November 1946

Page 6 THE BORGER (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD Sunday, November 17, 1946 / White Elephants on the Walls, Ceiling and Floor COME EARLY FOR WORST SELECTIONS SALE STARTS 8:00 MONDAY MORNING Our buyers won't be at this sale — they're still in hiding. Some of these items are good quality merchandise; some not too hot. but we've had them in our store and warehouse much too long and we are pricing them for quick sales. Come in early and shop around. Let our buyers' mistakes be your good fortune. ALL SALES FINAL — NO REFUNDS NO EXCHANGES FURNITURE DEALERS INVITED TO THIS SALE! DESK Neither a kneehole or student desk, but it is O. K. for pupils. Ample room on top for your ffet. Ceiling Pricc $13.36 WHITE ELEPHANT PRICE $695 PLATFORM ROCKERS Good material and nice designs, but we have so many in our store and warehouse |-t> 4 we've just got to make room. Come in and look them over- Out of the many we have you may find the one you want. LET'S HOPE YOU DO Reg. Ceiling Price $53.96 While They Lost $19...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 November 1946

I MA/oman'^ (Paai Supper-Bridge {Given By Jr. t'tge 1-B—Borger, tTexai) Ntwi'Htrild—lundifi Nov* 17. 1946 AAUW Group ? Paragon Club Names Donation For Furnishing Federated Club Rooms ' 1 "* "" " '■ i Galloping Tea Given Tuesday For Church Group ' •<> 4> Mrs. Ray Hatley, Mrs. John Baker, Mrs. Don Alexander, Mrs. William E. Wright, Mrs. Clyde Wilson and Mrs. Carol Cross were hostesses in their respective homes at a galloping tea Tuesday after- noon honoring new members of the First Christian church. Guests included: Mesdames H. D. Little, Roy Brockman, Lee Gib- son. Phil Alexander, Edwin Brown, C. H. Owen, P. A. Ban- croft M. N. Robinson, George Bush, Fred Stevens, K. A. Yar- brough, C. D. Davis, N. L. Dun- can, Cecil Ritter, Rector Roberts, J. N. Browning, M. M. Hender- son, Carl Disney, Fred Holdcroft, B. R. Anderson, Clyde Edwards, Phoebe Duke, Jimmy Innman, Homer Kessinger, Joe Cooley, E. D. Mundy, W. W. Gaither, E. B. Cartwright, Harley Hill. One industrial diamond used ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 November 1946

.w I Railroad Commission chedules Hearings jiUSTIN, Nov. 16—i,T,—The i.iilroad commission today gava notice of the following hearing : Nov. 26—Application at Ci<~OtgS Taggart for a special «il allow- > e 'or his no. l utate of Texa4 '(U. Lane City field, Mataflorm -nty. Noy. 27—Petition of W. E. Rich- ■ y for the commission to deter- mine If proper accounting an 1 j proper rererd* are twin# kept «> j the nil produced from die Y< a • t I iitJd, Baolroj. county- tlichey ai , te;;ed in lit* petition that he I* he owner of an Hdl JHth intereu n the oil «** < ya; in and undit the Yoaat "A ' least*. Nov. jlft-- Ajipin atjon of K. l£ Rath in twhuU of the Wctt C«u- il Drilling art.) A"• <iate<l com panto-? for rorcotnicleialiun on the | maximum efficiency rate of pro* d'let km in the Redd in and Wiin- btrly t.ekK Jones and Taylor XT jjiaft 'jin; i tmi - GRAND OPENING ANNOUNCING SHOP RUlDuSO NOW FOfl XMAS SPORT SHOP 430 North Main Shop Made Boots Leather Goods Curios Sho...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 November 1946

Four More Schools Enroll 100 Percent In Junior Red Cross Four more *111001* in the coun tj report 100 perccnt enrollment in the Junior Red Cross enroll- ment campaign, according to the Kev. J. C. Roock, Junior Red Cross chairman. They are Wes; Ward, Borger; Phillips Element - EGYPT1 \N PRINCE DIES DIJON F ranee, Nov. 16—■,T 'i— Egyptian Prince Hassan Nabil Toussum, a courin of King Far- ouk, died in a hospital here last night after an automobile accident at Bauleu, near Dijon, while the prince was en route from Paris to Marseille. ary school, and the schools of Sunford and Fritch. "Reports are I very encouraging and every in* ' dication is that we will have 103 percent enrollment of the schools OPENING MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18 BROWN SHOE SHOP Located at 425 North Weathcrly Street Specializing in all Kinds of Shoe Repairing • Expert Work • New Machines Jess A. Brown, Prop. > * h I* * 'Emerson Radio aM We Have Them NOW For Immediate Delivery Emerson Phonoradio Model, with automatic reco...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 November 1946

4-B—feorywi, iTeXil*) Ni-WS■ Herald OPA Authorizes Price Rite in Finished Ricc -Sunday, Nov. 17. l#4b n when grocers receivc Jirft ship mcnts at the new price. OPA unI. It said the weijihUM avcrnj.* merest per barrel of rough rice that i* milled will amount to 70 4 Easv to Wed" at Rex! WASHINGTON, Nov. 17—<flV- OPA Frida> uthnrn.od .in in- cetit\. crease in the price of finished rice, ' 1 effective immediately. Rice h STEINBECK HONORED one of the three items «till Under OSLO, Nov. 17—UV-Amorica i price cc Mnfcs. AuUior John Steinbeck wh Tile agency estimated that the 1 awarded King Haakon'* liberty (litter will add about $«,4t(0,000 cross today for hi* presentation to the annual consumer food bill, of Norway's resistance efforts t CunsumiT prit lice will k<> i i l package 1 German ommation in his npvvl < ut one cent ' "The Moon, is Down." Thanksgiving SPECIALS Featuring Personality Hair Styling with Eoch Permanent H? $12.50 Life Glo $9.50 $10 Marcellinc Cream $8.50 $8...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 November 1946

1—SPECIAL ItOTICEf ]l 1 00 i j t I Vln 12-HOUSES FOR SALE TWO RfidSTTiouwf completely fw WANTED TO BUY-Electrlc train and -- - , , , . track Phone 213 . 303-3to nishrd Plenty built-lns. On lease land MOVlfSt^lTouseiiold mode and furai- {?*?"'*. ture any plac For Information call Inquire: COB N Harve> Phone IM-W^ 183. Bruce & Sou TranMci and Storage ' 303-3titc t FOH SALE Six loom modern home SEWING WANTED-alfer intions. but- "" « ^^'.'"l.nnu'dlate1^A ton holes unci covered buttons Place neJr Whool, uiunvalate pofcs Page S-B—Borger, (Texas) Kawi-Harald—Sunday, Nov* 17, 1146 ■■■Br airbanks, Faced your orders tor Christmas sewing early Alice Frith, 1009 S McGee 301-ttp photostatic COPIES." Mack aad white, and Blueprint work ot all type*. I day iervlco Phone I — Office Supply Hou« 221 dh WE HEPAIH all makei typewriter* and adding machines. Phone S lor prompt and guaranteed service. The Olllce Supply; . SPECIAL NOTICE U you Itve In or near Borger you can get the Amarlllo Times del...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 November 1946

h CMPLOYtt ftCtlONf WARSAW, Nov 15— (delayed* -—The U. S. Information r*rvic# w s virtually stripped oi r-peraUng personnel here today as 11 Polish employer, notified ti.e embassy they worv icr. in,- '• cause they were not receiving: enouRh pay. DESIGN TOR TLRCTR1C INTEGRATOR' COMPLETED LONDON, Nov 16—(£*>— Mos- cow radio reported toaay comple- tion of the design for an "electric Integrator* capable of solving within a few hour*; mathematical and technical problem* that would require a year for a mun to solve. Government Showdown With Lewis Predicted by Marlow Values For Your Children 1 Rack of the Following Three-Piece Coat Sets Boys' and Girls' Sis* 2 and 3 OPA Price Was $11-95 NOW ONLY Boys' All Wool DRESS SUITS & COATS Sises 6-8-9 OPA Price Was $12-95 NOW ONLY One-Piece Snow Suits All Lined Boys' or Girls' Sises 1 to 4 OPA Price Was $8.50— NOW ONLY THREE PIECE suits Jackets and two pair Bib-Alls. Herringbone, twill coat Cashma lined. 8ises 4. 5, 8, 7. 8. Former OPA price ...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 November 1946

i i k ft: § 3 5 I I |*M « if 11 X* < I * V 1 i-S V %• $1,000,000 Sale Of Ball Bearings DALLAS. Nov. 17—Tin government will put on a $1,000.- 000 sale of roller and ball bearing next Tuesday and Wednesday at Red River arsenal, Texarkana. W, H. Cushion, administrativi officer in charge of the Dallas W.u Assets administration regional oi fice said: "By saving in both purchase anc' delivery time, we plan to etpediti disposal of this surplus in a two- day bid s-ale." Bidding will be open to the pub- lic. Successful bidders will b< able to-load their trucks immed iately after awards arc announced at 10 a.m. Thursday. Cushion sai. the bulk of the 95,000 bearing un- its offered can be used inter- changeably on automobiles, trac- tors and industrial machinery. Other surplus war goods tale; include: Various lots of misocllaneouf hand tools, at Dallas WAA office near Grand Prairie, until Nov. 29. Open to the public. Wooden br.ds, both sinelc and double, at Dallas oftice until Nov. 22. Op...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 November 1946

2-C— Boiasr, iTex* N« . Huald Sunday, Nov. 1J. 1946 DISTINCTIVr TEAK LENGTHY CHAIN Hnrney Peak, , r' foot pnk in The Aleutian Islands, extendm 'lui Black II01s nt South Dakota out from the Aln:>kiiu coart, reach hoUts tin* di-tun; ion <>t ix'inc ihr lurther west at Seattle than fSiut* '>t"tn«st point m t ie United State* port. Maine, is east of that city. between the Atlantic and m ,-ky t uountnins i -.-Herald Want Ads Get Banuli**- CASH . .. The ALL Local Way! Buying a car truck, or tractor? NVud to refinance present payments? Then citi through red tape—save hours of driving, waiting, discussing. Get the money, insurance, everything you need, across ONE desk, in ONE office, in-ONE building! We're just HOME folks, dealing with HOME folks, so drive around today to— Southwestern Investment Co S08 North Main Phone 533 WAA Announces >'chide Sale PORT WORTH ■ Special >—Nov 14—Many ii veteran who haft he 11 a WAA eiitificate tar a pa**cn- fciv car, or a jeeo or mick l«i ...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 November 1946

Flf* S-C—Berger. (Texas) News-Herald—Sunday. Nov. IT, 1B48 ) Scientist Makes Snow in Lab; Now To Try It in Sky SCHNECTADY, N. Y., Nov. 17 —(NEA —The day is coming when you won't be able to blame a sud- den snowstorm on the weather- man. I Or on the weather. A research scientist has just dis- i covered how to make snow in the) laboratory that is every bit as real as the snow you'll be shoveling off your sidewalk this winter. i During the next few months, he's going to take his snowmak- ing wand up in an airplane to1 precipitate snow in the clouds the; same way he did in the laboratory. The scientist, Vincent J. Schaef- er, produced his man-made snow in a cold chamber similar to a home freezing unit. First he mak- es a "supercooled" cloud by drop- ping the temperature to about inus five degrees, and then in- roducing moist air from his iv t «'r "<■> into a fog of "supercooled" drop- lets. m! Than he waves his wand—a small metal rod. cooled below minus 31 degrees—through the cham...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 November 1946

Paga 4-C—Borger, (Taxai) Niwi Hirild—Sunday, Nor. 17, 1946 Growers Continue To Sell Co!!on in Spile of Price Fall WASHINGTON, Nov. 17—lav- Dcipite the reccnt sharp break in price*, mo#t grower* appar- ently nrctfer U> *ell their cotton j rather than put it under govern- ment price-> upportinf loans, "Did you we ■ i mot.-i damage tn h«r] The loan* offer farmers an -~no "hc W!U t,uch opportunity to get some caah on A moth-flw home is a murk of flood their crop and hold title LET FRIENDS SAY VAIS ABOUT YOU ep r home is h mark of good housekeeping Protect your good liouMkeepinK reputation bv letting us treat vour clotlnnc. furniture, rug*, carpet*, woolen* and fur in our YA- I>E Mothproofing Department Each article treated is backed bv a 5-year written guarantee to repair, replace or pay for the damage. Our YA-DE Mothproofing Service Is inexpensive Yet la la. in our opinion the finest mothproofing acrvlce avail- able. YA-DEed articles may be dry cleaned at often aa necessary. L...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 November 1946

THE BOHGL'R NEWS-HERALD Published at 205 North Main Street. Border. Texas every evenir except Saturday, ard cm Sunday morning by Panhandle Publlshln Company. Inc.. Publishers. J. C. Phillip* .. . .. - Editor and Manage One Yaar .. . ... SI 1.0 Six Month* .* .. .. . — , 5.' Three Months . .. - . 3.0 Month . 1 ... 1.1' Weekly .2 Entered at second-class matter November 23. 1926. at the Pod Office at Borger. Texas under the Act of March 8. 189'' The Associated Press u exclusively entitled to the use ot republ> cation of all new* 4i*patches credited to it or not otherwise. Page S-C—Borger, (Texas) News-Hrrald—Sunday. Nov 17. 1946 1 Union Members Are Convicted on Flag Desecration Charges NEW YORK. Nov. 17—</P)— Use • f an "utnpread American Hog in the 1946 May day parade to catch money tossed by spectator-; a< union contributions has re- sulted in the conyiction of eight CIO unionists on charge* of flag desecration, The men, members of an Eliz r.beth, N. J., local of the United E...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 17 November 1946

I 1 Seventy-Three Boys Learn Life In New Approach to Education WASHINGTON, Conn., Nov. 1? n , Television Sets fyS Rushed to Market 7or Holiday Cash Page 6-C—Border, (T#v r) Newt-Herald—Sunday, Nov 17. 1146 <NBAV—In this quiet country town nearly a dozen leaders industrial, scientific and political life are tryinR to help reach a new understanding complex social and technological problems of today. If they succeed they may bring about a new ap- proach to education. At Romford school, boyg are be-' ing trained for life by living, studying, working and talking with such men as Edward R. Stet- 1 ft v secretory Aggie Capiive Scrubs Rice Siatue ma By S. BURTON HEATH NEA Staff Correspondent NEW YORK, Nov. 17—(NEA -Radio manufacturers are rushing d state; Dr. Quo Tai-Chi, Chinese u> with relatively member of the UN Security Coun- cil; industrialist Joseph W. Frazer, publisher William B. Ziff, physi- cist Dr. Karl Compton, Senator Elbert D. Thomas of Utah, and others. These leaden come...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 18 November 1946

WEATHER WnI Texas: Partly cloudy this afternoon, tonight and Tuesday: warmer tonight and from Pecos Valley eastward Tuesday. -Itefattr Borger News-Herald Circulation Dept. Phone 82 Other Depts.: 6 and 7 Vol. 20— No. 305 NEA Service Associated Press THE CARBON BLACK CENTER OF THE WORLD Borger, Texas, Monday, November 18, 1946 (Six Pages Today) Price 5e OURT ORDER BANS MINE WALKOUT PILOT PERRYMAN DEFENDS SELECTION OF AIRPORT SITE WEST OF PHILLIPS LETTER TO THE EDITOR (Editor's Notes It is not likely that pilots and passengers will ever walk into downtown Borger from the airport regardless of where it may be located, and a mile one way or the other can- not make much difference once you are in our automobile; how- ever Borger does need an adequate and modern airport capable of meeting the progressive dmands of passengers and freight traffic. In the interest of all ccm>.erned, the NEWS-HERALD is glad to publish studied opinions of those directly involved such as given by present Airp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 18 November 1946

THE BORGER NKWS HERALD Publiihed at 205 North Main Street. Border. T«xa every evening rxcept Saturday, and on SuncUv morning by Panhandle PublUhinq Company, Inc.. Publithers. J. C. Phillips Editor and Manager One Yfar . . $11.00 Six Month* .... ;,.75 Three Month* . .. ,„ 3.00 Month ..... .&> 1.10 Weekly ... . .25 Fntered aa tecond-clas* matter November 23. 1926. at the Pott Office at Borger. Taxes under the Act of March I, IBB?. The Arnociated Prei* is exclusively entitled to thn u*e of re(n:bli- cation of all new* dispatches credited to it or not otherwise. P*f* J—Borger, (Texas) News Herald - Monday. Nov. II. 1946 HALL REPAIRS DELAY REBEKAH INITIATION Kebcknh* will not hold initia- tion tWlifht n* scheduled becouoo of repairs Iteini; made on ihe I.O.- o. F, hull. It was announced to- dyfi. A business incetuiK will be conducted in the reception room at B o'clock, the announcement xnld. High Tribuic Given Fields by Friends For Kind Services One automobile lire* umkti trrl* hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 18 November 1946

tain krtth b«r- lloa 783* ! >P9 tunavista Garden Hub Hears Three "opics Discussed The Buna vista Better Homes and Jardcns club, with Mrs. W. E. ledler, Mrs. A. J. H:;ul and Mrs. |kV. F. Hoag as hostesses, met ruesday evening ;.t iiie ('"mmuii- ty building lor the regular mun. lily metting. Mrs. F. G. Holdcroft, president f the club, presided over the r.hort tusiness meeting, during which >lans were discussed for sending Megates to the District Flower now to be held in Lubbock in he spring. Mrs.#luart Johnson, community rvice chairman, reported on the )ctober Forum Club pieeting. The program for the evening, inder direction of Mrs. Carl Dis- ney, followed, and Mrs. M. C. "imbell gave an interesting talk n "The Etiquette of Flowers". Irs. Bert Annear discussed House Plants'", and the program rjJIs concluded with a talk on "In- secticides," by Mrs. W. M. Gribs- ay. The unusual seasonal arrange- ment vas by Mrs. G. D. Lewis, who used fruits and colored leaves on a large platter to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 18 November 1946

Porkers Clinch Tie for Title In SW Conference Bv MAX B. SKELTON AwocUtod Press Staff Writer Arkansas* Razorbaek«. with a title tie already in the book*, to- day are awaitin,", n verdict from Houston a* to whether or not they will share the Southwest confer- ence crown with the Rice Insti- tute owty. The verdict in the hands of the Owls- who hv defeating Texas Christian and Bailor this week and next can sink* a claim to rne-half of the title. • But regardless of how Rice comes through against the Horned Frogs and Bears, the 1946 cam- paign will be something for fol- lowers of the Ozark eleven U> remember. Last September, the Ruzorbacks, starting out with a new coach and nothing particularly spectac- ular in the way of material, were not given much of n chance to even figure indirectly in the championship picture. But John Barnhill, the war- time mentor at Tennessee, worked his Porkers long and hard and came up with one of the best conditioned outfits, in the country and a team tha...

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