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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 20 April 1927

•V m '. ■ ifmf.tVM jrht and Thurs- ly rain; colder temperature near freez- In northwest. KvfSpíl t'dwE 4U> OFFICIAL PUBIilOATIOH, CITY OF BORGER, IBUI 1.—NOi 127. ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE BOROEft, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1927 nammiimooami * * ♦ y ¥ V ¥ ¥ 9 ¥ ¥ ¥ V ****** * * * * * y ****** ****** r&i * * * TO REORGANIZE HEALTH DEPARTMENT m < m ¡ ( < PIERSON TO TAKE CHARGE SANITATION State Health Department Man Arrives to Aid in Clean-up. WILL REMAIN Sanitary Engineer to be on Job Till Health Matters Straight Here. For the purpose of organiz- ing sanitation work in Bor- Ker, M. Pierson, of the state health department, arrived in the city yesterday afternoon to start work with city officials in launching a sanitation pro- gram. A city health department is to be organized in Borger un- der the direction of Mr. Pier- son, who will spend some time in the city to assist in the work. Mr. Pierson, as a member of the state health department, is a well-known figure in san...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 20 April 1927

Wssm iade Hi -rThO.: lie title the "le Che: hai, with supreme command of the clepa t " & th¡i ,W|nn«Wi H> mp These suspicions aw* heightened %heñ Cláy Curtis, sont'.óf <60 «toro, uwner, begs Billy to let the whole disinherited .himself and l)v{^ir|h(.t|e AVells family In a i>r section 'of the town, working n factory by dny an«V Writing mu- sic at night. Billy does not take Clay's advice, however- At the din- ner Billy sits between Presley-War- burton, Curtis' lawyer,, who serins unnecessarily sulky, and l)al llo- maine, a fuseinatins. Oriental looking' man. Billy is completely under Bo: inaine's spcíl and Is bitterly Jealous When , he shows attention to Nyda iiOntax and Winnie Bhelton. Billy dan('es five dances with Ro- inaine, She also dances .with' Halpll Trilman, whose father owns ttie fac- tory. Uv \yj k h Clay Curtis is working. When the dance is over, BUly iwalraefi up (0 Old T. Q. Curtis, who lias scir- <<*1y taken'his eyes offheivNyda Lo- ma* triirf Whiiri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 20 April 1927

' wzm : ■ ■■'■ % DAILY HERALD " ~ íh. '■!■ "fíiiiír Vjh — < <■ % W 5 s f' $ $ t BOBBY CHICK VS. PARDÉLLO Marshall Book. Ace of Aces While Betke is Laid Up With Injuries. While "Dutch" Betke, who wan beaten for the first time in his Bor- Ber career by Joe Pardello last Mon- day night., is recovering from in- juries which have proven to be more severe than at first anticipated. Promoter Claud Marshall has booked Boby Chick, the ace of aces, for a match with Pardello for next Mon- day ot the Jim-Jo club. Betke was strained in last Mon- day's match and more seriously than was believed even when the Dutch- man was obliged to forfeit the match because of his injury. His physicans, since then have advised him not to appear in the ring for several weeks to prevent being crippled for life. Through some act of fortune, Mar- shall was able to locate one of the most, feared of middleweights, Bobby Chick of Nebraska, known as the ace of aces. Chick was Olympic champion of his class in 1924...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 20 April 1927

■ — a m mm. —-—«. *> ■>: llmftftr ,—í -M n«K¡ní Editor EttHBflHK tine# Into th it Bor*«r. Tta b exclusively entitled 3*11 news otherwise ■na «uo tbw local — I BY HAIL IN wL . ; • :m 4 A - Only 6.00 2.S6 l.f>0 8( tK*m CITY IUd «rticlee. "raBnwcriptii. let- sent to The Herald are rule, and the publisher* - any liability or reepon- ' ior , t)ieir safe custody or return, tmost care will be taken, however, to •t tbey «re not lost or misplacod In .otriee. i__3 FHONE It TOa /ALL BEPAKTMENT3 - — , Zgfe NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC i reflection upon the rnaracter _ ór reputation of any Individual, concern or corporation that may p in the columns of the Herald, will be J corrected when called to the atten- tion of the editor. It is not the intention this newspaper to wrongly use or itijure individual, firm, concern or corporation ^córrectipiiB will be made when warranted prominently as was one wrongly published reference yt article. SIN ACKNOWLEDGED: I acknowledged my sin unto thee, and mine...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 20 April 1927

k'4 3 *4 'f ' ¿ . ' f Will ^-r.- fli 3(jVv... -^:*v ■* «%;• \ Í f /\ H \ U \ # \ f \ 4 \ It I ■«#•«1 V .-T\- , For Results VT T7TÍ ] ' "• ,*'1 '.*•'"iT"-. VV • •■. ,¿ i / , • Ratea: Two centa per word per'Insertion; three Insertion (or five cents per word. AH want ads are I cufia advana«Mfjjigp "* - - ■ "* * 'WMPPg^Wimg1!; •' .- . • . tó. FORSALE FOB RENT—Room, In Ndw Crane Ilat?l, #35 ¡yer mijmb, modwrr. . 126-819 FOR SALE—Cooper Produce, paying busi- ness. Sickness -reason for Bulling. Bar- gain if (Old at once. Apply Product: Iiuu.it-, opposite water tower. Box 34U, Bprgi-iv Texas. ljfil WANTED FOR SALE or wraj Herald jood for wn OHEAP—ti Id Ne . tip purposea. Call office. F¿)R SALE—Extra good White Le^norn m mVJ'®1* ?nd. ?ena* Half miles wiSt o( riiillips school house. FOR SALE—Two-room house cheap. Will put it ou your lot free. McDowell Team Camp, two block west of Methodist church. - • . 18-tp j FOR SALE O It TRADE—Neai two-room house ¿Would consider car. Inquire .lira Jo ; 12...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 20 April 1927

;. h V* <'$•' - ' ■ ,'' • ', v*vfiV-; b* km ? ? ■ Éél ' Where is the Best Place to get Painless Dentistry Work? He makes perfect fitting plates, absolute- ly guaranteed for $25. Twenty years' experience in Texas. Located in a theatre building, ground floor. ^ ,:v; ' / Jfr" Je "\ Where can you get the most Delicious Home-Cooked meals to eat there or take out? It's located just a few doors noirt^ of the Herald Office. cr^' y- •• Cx-C-é t/v *#-*• > v.. ! V 5 5 1 Where is the Best Place to Have Your Photograph Taken? Studio in the Dilley Bldg. Vs > & J\j X.\ 0 at Drug Store Specializes on Careful Prescription ,j Service? - / Near the Postoffice • \ M J A t\ i1 -Í A \V^ h gtfjhk A I II i y Through what Advertising Medium can local merchants best increase their business? It is read by 10,000 people every day 1 . ■ mrj. Mamá Do You Know These Firms? /V AA In Cash for the JKI I l.llll First 3 Correct ^ I ll Answers. Must Be in Office not Later than Saturday Noon. 1st 2nd 3rd $5...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 21 April 1927

- " J ÍÍíím "IS •V \M^>!#-vrsaV.'c r*w-t Psnl^n&i ... v-Yíi' , .v r?-- r , • • t ¿ < í m J& frSKIfilS: * * * * * * ;\f ■ / Vj'^0 '^r''':'V-4r'" * * * * :;.V- If, ; ,1 ] ****** * * 9$. * * * ****** iTOttfSf ****** ? * * .§p2-5 ****** * m * * * * * * ****** ****** ****** ****** * * * -i Lift L lit AYSHASN'T RESIGNED Seven States War With Mississippi As Flood Increases LEGION PLANS MEMBER DRIVE FOR APRIL 28 Campaign Mapped Out at Meeting of Hutchinson County Post. FULL CANVASS LITTLK ROCK, Ark., April 21. (AP)—-Hundreds of families re- maining in flooded areas ill this section will be drowned unless the,v are resr«ed in the next few hours, the Little Rock Cahp- ter of the American Ited Cross said today in issuing an appeal for boats an dlife savers. Will Try to Get Every Former Service Man in County to Sign Up. Every ex-service man in Hutchin- son county member of the Legion, is the goal of the local post, ex- pressed at luncheon meeting yester- day, in its intensive ¡ me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 21 April 1927

OT > a«lvie«s MI Mty; lie day tweeu Wav- tn i .s fas " ríental JUlly s. ¡¿spelt. ■'Itilli' uieets o evening Ralph Truinnn, owns the automobile in which Clay Curtis Wfoks. party is over, lMUy tells she must hnrry so not strike for her as it previous .t'inrterellsi- intable seriousness, OW "What if tlu* hour ke for you at all?" next moriiliiK Billy receives f.Kjdan t'urtls, asking, her her mother to be at his home nn o'clock. Atthe Curtis home, y nn<l her mother fln l N'ytla Ijo- Wlnui" Slid ton. ON WITH THE STOKY CHAPTER XIX Ily and her mother seated selves 011 a divan at some dis- I'rom Nyda Lomax and VVin- Shelton. During the unnatural ce thot followed the perfunc- greetings, Billy grinned to self, sure that Nyda and Winnie e as much in f'-.e dark as she herself. Nyda Lomax was unable to en- Sure the silence long. "It was a lonely party, wasn't it?" she said ¿at 'last, in her languid contralto. "Oil, -Mrs. Wells," Winnie broke in eagerly, "You can't imagine how lovely those, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 21 April 1927

I I ÉSfM fe %. L ■' SlGaffl < i ( / < t 1 ! 8 i % s i tM$[\ I ' WV.Í- • :"~.V yoi*.. i* ¡MKSM^ra,. >r uy| " ' ' rlSII Friday and Saturday Only Two lots of beautiful Spring Dresses in all For these two days we are featuring the the new materials and the latest '27 season's newest in the new shapes and styles. Range of price from $11.50 to materials. One lot goes at the ridiculously low price of— C Jf.-J A * $S,75 and $12.75 Carpenter Dry Goods Co, 5 Í 5 S S 5 the firm after mum (I. nccordinti at a recent meet- of directors. The in tlic wheel is EIGHT O.KS ON THEIR TOES Baseball Will G;t Started Here With a Big Bang Sunday Afternoon. Willi eight elul>:; iti line and toe- ing the mark, Hi" Industrial bare-, ball league oí Border will open vviih a bang Sunday while lour raines are boing played in dif^eronl part of the city. When the lid blows off Sunday afternoon, eight dub*, comprised oi Borgor men. will take (lie field t< officially open the baseball season in Borger. M...

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

á - r- :. - — Vi <' % *mm- no, !,00 79c 60c ÍOc a Year $8.00 'saT/ and tfat liability custody let- ___ are publishers or rospon- or return. will be taUen, however, to not lost or misplaced in 18 FOK ALL DEPARTMENTS TO TIBE PUBLIC reflection upon the character reputation of any individual, corporation that may tp nns of the Herald, will be when called to the atten- •. It is not ~ the intention _ to wrongly use or injure firm, concern: or' corporation will be made when warranted as was one wtansrly published article. JTH AND GOODNESS: the word of the Lord is and all his works are in truth. He loveth titeousnesf, and judgment; earth is full of the good- of the Lord. Psalms 5. \ñ ¡§I i s ass H m 3 * / «mw 19?$? <£J M Jacinto Day „ ' "All Texans — those who f were born here and those v who have adopted Texas, even for a short time, as their home—should feel a little prouder of themselves today for having any connection with the Lone Si r State. 'Ninety-^one vea; ago today Sam Houst...

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

•Pi mm < i 4 ..Í 0 >- StT w e/sft eusiNess ? VíJHWT'S VIROM& VrtVTrt THE owe \we. hmb? THERE ARE vooRse (Lars than L< I KIOOUHT- KENRV — h THAT'S WHV THEV HAVe , JUNK VARDS f \é£l1 ■pec U.S.pat.orr. 01927 BY Nf.A S&flVICE. INC.' J Sam little's Heart Was In The Right Place, Rut He Was Mistaken Some city officials may be kin to the three wise men, but one official' today is being regarded seriously by friends as ui his better judgment. City Clerk Sam Little Friday nigh found a small child at police head- quarters, difty and tattered, and the tot's parents safely lodged in jail for the night. And Mr. Little's heart «•eiit out to the tiny tot, feeling thai something must bcdone the o properly youngster to clóhe and clean nihke it happy So the two repaired to a nearby clothing • establishment, where a new jiiiir of overalls, boots and shirt were jiÚV'éhased, and then to a barber «Hop where. the child's hair was capped closely for the Komfng warm weather. And when the ope...

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

•>••• w.: m V i ■ K'-f w question lo tlio -.Hi- ten lie eould do more aauao In tola pceaetík (ou, nad that league offlcjajs ,e !t a policy not to eát&r gov, erumeiu service Vhout Those IH-hutcx "What pood 'are these debates between Hntler and Borah and you ¡■lid Harrow goiug to do?'.' "These debates only give us a chance to answer a lot of the y. el hltnk distributed by men like But- ler and Jiarrow." Mr. Wheeler said, further: " Kfl'ort is now being .rundo to make it appear Jliat prohibition v ut'orcemont will collapse. Therp is no reason for Uiis unless fed- eral officers fail to do their duty and state officers .go to sleep. If we use the injunction section with- out juries we can try 'em quicker and more effectively and if the judsces will all use the injunction section we'll soon have 'em spitting cotton. Keeping I'p The Vlglit "Prohibition is better enforced than in tho early days and will be ¡till better- enforced. We will be just as aggressive as long as the wets put ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 21 April 1927

I $ mm #v Ml I ?■! ' ÍP¡§ ... ■ , ,j, ; v .,. „..., JjM|HWBI|BWWI i; three Insertion tor five cebú J r word. All want adi are S ? I ( 4 roTsALK I. mp FjJB BALE CHEÍP—uli Nawapaper*, c,,H^íro'sfc.purpo,m- °'u" Wh FOB SALE—Extra good White Leghorn ™ itV."els ftn(* Hens. J i it 1 f miles went ot Phillips school house. t 1 OR SALE—Two-room house cheap. Will put it on your lot free. McDowell Team Cfcmp, two lilockB west of Methodist '*hnreh. 18-tp FOR SALE OR TRADE—Neat two-room house Would consider car. Inquire Jim Jo Club* 124 6tp FOR SALE—Bed. '¿OxftO foot ami complete* H« Manrnnt equipment, a bargain. ('all at Crane Candy Co., I2G-.')tp FOR SALK—1025 Ford Roadster or would trade for house. Three blocks South i i<-k ering Lumber Co. 12<Kltp FOR SALE—Corner lot J/JxlOo feet in Elec- tric C.itv. ideal 'vocation for filling sta tion. T. J. Moore, Lone Star Domino Mail. 320'Up FOR SALE—Only Heautv Shoppe in I?om. located in Cetra I l>rug. Sec 1 Jetty Tripp, Eraser Hotel. 120-3tp ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 21 April 1927

■ ' íMIs 3 uyment in Germany dr #00 in a recent month. 1 ■ ■ 1 01 '"i1 — (Continued From Page One) pouring oil after locking the (loors of the coaches. Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, widow of the immortal . T. R., returns to New York on the S. S. Pan American after an extensive tour of South América. Japanese Blaze Takes Many Lives, Is Fear LONDON, April 21.—(9AP)—A fierce fire which is believed to have caused many casualties and destroy- ed about 1,000 houses in the town of Kanazawa is reported in an Ex- change Telegraph despatch t'riun Tok- >o. The fire swept through the town which is in central Japan, fanned by a high wind, doing damage estimat- ed at 5,000,000 yen. (About ?2,500,- ^000.) Kanazawa has a population of 129,000. er Royal Yacht In Vegetable Trade OAKLAND, Calif.—(AP)-—Rip- ening vegetables and fruits are brought to local markets from Mexi- can west coast ports on t yacht that formerly belonged to the King of Spain. The boat is the Camina, built on the Clyde 30 years ago...

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

West and Euut Texas: Tonight and Saturday fair, rising tempera tut I , < 1 > ( ÍÍ > 1 MBIIi I i'~ • r ; 1 '-:l\ PÍÜíjfr Émí ■Hi OFFICIAL PUBLICATION, CITY OF BORGBR, TEXAS VOL': T^ÑO. 129. ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE BORGER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1927. PRICE B« BORGER RUBBISH IS BEING CARTED AWAY * # * ****** .y. ^ .y. y V ****** * * * * * * ^ ^ ¡f * * * JUSTICE WEBB NOW * * * ****** ^ •!(« J¡^ ****** ¥***** ¥ y ^ y ¥ ? ****** * * * BORGER POLICE MAKE DOUBLE BOOZE RAID * * * tftf*** * ****** y. .y .y. .y. y. .y. y. ^ .y. # y. * * * * * * y. y. y. y. y. y. * * * ANOTHER SLAIN IN AMARILLO CONTRACTOR IS SHOT TO DEATH; AGED MAN HELD Construction Foreman De- clares English Beat arid In- sulted His Wife. HE SURRENDERS Says Wife Went Riding With Contractor and Then Walked Home. AMARILLO. A|>ril 22. (AIM Formal charge ot murder has been filed against M. W. Si ration. (¡11, it, connection with the fatal shooting last night of John A. Knglish, IT. local contractor Preliminary ...

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

ond IwiTWffli come a w« I'I to ¡earn more music in a year than «t night- He nns [ fs-ew York and bully a manager Into ell m B|s. the Ü; i and tpell sthat .m# Me .eventos, íilljv gret a lM'i' mother home ..at.. ten They jjo in spite of Clay !>U a that they jlo i\ot, n<! Slré surprised tó find Syda Lomas and Winnie Hhelton. Mr. teWs them he wants to nrnkc liis wards ¡for a year, «ivinp, opportunity to fulfill aml>i- r;i. títws . wljieh yaeh has revealed in the contests. Nydh and Winnie - are over-eager, bnt Billy is mute. Her joy is tUkPxeelled when old T. Q. ' "nts her with a ral'e violin and tells her she is to study with the teacher in town. He disminnes rLs to think the offer ov'er, them to return with derisions t «lay. (iO ON WITH THE STOltV CHAPTER XX half-past five that afternoon lly Wells laid her precious violin its case and went to the kitchen her left arm that was stiff with honra of playing. Airs. Wells did not hear the l's light fqotsteps. As Billy stpód re a tea...

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

Be |1 *1 ! i r , \ I ;• 5 / mm Reelfoot Ra; that pending con- era, residents in that which would be served by trers should install at once, ntid can" toilets, fly-proof Mhd so equipped that they could be etnptled and their contents carried airay by the sea veneers: and that in «éctióhb not to be served by the sew- ets, Cither septic tanks, pit toilets with concrete slab tops, or chemical toilets be installed. "All surface toilets should be toade away with at once" he said. Keep Flit's Away "The important thing Is to keep .the fly away from human refuse and from garbage" he pointed out. "This is what all our efforts aro toward- Unpleasant odors can be clone away with by disinfectants, but tills is not so vital to the health at the town as making the toilets fly-proof, and pro- viding for regular scavenger service ~flies carry diseuse-" This scavenger service will be nnder the direction of the city, prob- ably, hé said, but will be paid for by the property owners served. In Am- arillo...

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

* t l«kr auk. mi «- • Uf T*t 2J* t.S« 5(fc tN UK .1 Mt ! I C1TÍ • T«u ■ ■ *■ BHBtipi "■"I.1 ■ *mt* cmdta<i mm W tttoL 1 POS ALL MFAÍH15UTS TO THE FrBUC rt&ifctk>* «sua tk* cftaraeter or reputation of any tmi: «irittat rvovatMa that amy up of th* Hers At wfl bo r cvcrect**i orhoo call*«i to c&o a*tea~ of the «dakor. Cs i nut the intention «I thá 1pnm«r t w*oa*iy owe or uojar* 4cur«rn or corrsoeation wiH W rrrrui wh «?B warranted _ as ora otto wrocurtr yudi&boii of artficftfe. TRUST IN PROVIDENCE: Commit thy way unto the Lord: trust in Mm: and be shall bring it to pass. tr e Ought To Have Health Board The city commission vriil be asked tonipfat bv M. Piensen, representative of the state health department, immed- iately to provide for by lavr and appoint a city health board, to consist of three men. preferably physicians, who shall superintend all sanita- tion and health work in Bur- ger. The commission should not hesitate to do this at once. Mr. Fierson declares, and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 22 April 1927

.• i'." i % . . Pdiraon, V. P*¡ the \!Oth dtty ¡IX J <«t <°"'§t'Jr'n^*$ tdíne ni ftt auht of '?!!/( nilermt '• "• ""V ""*" llllBilfllffy la IdTanceDU W°Fd P9r ,n,ertlon: UMd¿Uon for five cents per word. All want ada ara ó #i¿ of Kim torn a rsign such credi willf con Men t their pro- •JlsrhArge Sitare «f their rev and tha trust. and Inw. itm fr I lie undersigned required FOR SALE J \ 7/ \ / 43 M tVA -,°?n, ührap—t.ia F<^ .SAI.K—Extra good While Loghorn tfe ¿ch^l fee. Mttlf m"C" We"' " FOR SALE—Two-room house cheap. Will put it ou your lot free. McDowell Team I i-inp, two blocks west of Methodist church. 18-tp FOR SALE OR TRADE—Neat two-room house Would consider car. Inquire Jim Jo Club. 124-fltp l'OR RENT—Modern four room bungalow, furnished or mifuvji!shell, . lipa half block west Iffrtln nncT one half HtoMp east Baptist rhrrch on Washington. 127-Htp FOR RENT—Two-room house. $20 per Mouth. Block west of Pennsylvania Hotel. J2U-ntp FOR RENT—One furnished bedroom. Call U.8. 1...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 22 April 1927

j$ la the fall of IMS. to win the In which he ■urprl8ed by honors that year, Evan#, three and played mighty go*d times his disposl- hetter of him. in Boston at the time int was held, I was most of the «tars in ac- ta defeat, the play of was the most impressive. A to be a bit peevish when broke badly, however, iped his play. ' * ♦ • live Play a few months later that 1 Heard Walter Hagen say that Jones was five strokes bet- i any golfer in the game, was quite some admission so great a player as Hagen. years later in Florida play, Hagen beat Jones 12 11, in a 72-hole match. After Hagen's decisive victory over Jones, I recalled his comment on Jones' game in which he rated the Atlanta wonder Ave strokes better than the field. '•That still goes," replied Htgen. During- the past three years Jnocta has. made Haeen look as a prophet as he Is a golfer, tly in the southern open, be the largest money tour- nament ever held. Jones finished in front with 281, while Johnny Farrell and John Golden ...

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