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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 29 March 1935

'1 r APRIL FOOL EDITION THE HANDOUT PUBLISHED BY STUDENTS OK TEXAS WES LEY AN COLLEGE Volume 19. Fort Worth, Texas, Friday, March 29, 1935. Number 22. $ naOOOSEMORGFT T.W. C. HAND BOOK REVISED Administration Advises Girls Not To Return Before Four A.M. Seniors To Maintain Present Inferiority The Board of Adrnipistration, with the co-operation of the' fol- lowing students: Elnora Balthrop, Beth Burdette, Robert Mayne, Bob Henson, and Jack West, wish to present through the Handout the ..following revisions of the formed, Texas Woman's College Hand- book: "This book, we no>v feel," stated Miss Balthrop, "will be ap- plicable to both men and women students." "Never,", quoth the president of the student body, "have &' group worked with more co-operation than these students and administrators." ° "It is customary at Texsa Wes- leyan", a group of general rules to be followed on the campus com- poses the first section of the bdbk. The following rules now read: Jo assume you own the c...

Publication Title: Handout, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 29 March 1935

V -<Y T*a«re T*re ' . THE HANDOUT The Handout Official student newspaper, published4<£. th'e Student Association 01 Texas Woman * College, semi-monthly, in the reg-j'ar school jcar, at Fort Worth Office, first floor. Administration Building Entered a-second-class matter Oct. 18, 1832, at the postotfice at 1-ort Worth, Texas, under the Act of March 3, .1879. Subscription Price .. ,....$100 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF BUS1 N ESS M A N AGERS ASSOCIATE EDITORS SPORTS EDIDTORS Frances Grain . . Robert Henson, and Robert Bailey I ..Car! Garner and F.dwin Wilson ..Wade Glover, and Marcia Rutledge EXCHANGE EDITORS .j .. I.ucile Copeland, and Ruth Anna Jackson FEATURE EDITOR .Grace Copeland SOCIE 1 ^ EDI I OR Avanal West LITERARY EDITOR Robert Raker REPORTORIAL STAFF—Robert Baker, Norris Williams, Ruth Anna Jackson, Romona Trout, Betty Bennett, Robert Buchanan, Johnny Murphy, l.essie F. Campbell, Ed Cheney, Waller True THE LIFE OF AN EDITOR Behold! A maiden groweth up and graduateth. And the edito...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 29 March 1935

0 % * \ Pridav A \y March 29, 1935. THE HANDOUT I'aeo Three SLANTING SPORTS Per ISSEY AWL GLOVER f Nightwatchman Discovers "Franken- stein" on Campils lust received a "hot" wire from the Mentor, Byron Caldonia Khomc. No, it hasji't been heated, but it is sizzling just the same. The telegram' which undoubtedly will cause the football panies to weep and moan, as it appears, fol- lows: T. 1. F. F, M.—TEXAS INSTI- TUTE FOK 'l"HE FEEBLE MINDED —*Weatherford, Texas. Mr. Issey Awl Glover, Gas Hag of Sports Department Wesley an Take t >ne, Fort Worth, Texas, Dear Issey: Put in 'your column ,';he fprloowing information—stop all men reporting to training camp Lake Worth bring tuxedos—com- ma—and appetite—stop—there will be no COLISTH ENICS to—stop —one two block walk—dash—pro- bably around bathing bcach—dash —will be taken daily—stop—then one hour drills on pig skin tossing —comma — spooning — comma— passing stiff courses—comma and proper handling of banquet hard- ware will be weekly stop—...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 29 March 1935

Pa ire Four THE HANDOUT Friday; Maiv.lt 29, $100,000 SENIOR GIFT THE R1CE cr°P OF CHINA (Continued from Page One) O y club have advanced in that line of work since he left L*m-{Juoth—j The f< urtli floor of the clnh jvilLj be "The Observation Room'", and i the seniors have set aside separate- ' ly $50,000.00 for telescopes and ! field glasses. This floor will be on 1 the *anu level as the 'top floor of • all cither dormitories on the cam- pus, and this observation room will be absolutely necessary, stated the Seniors. The fifth floor will be the >leep- j ing quarters lor the men. ''Cut who want- to steep?" These beds j will be merely put on the fifth j floor in case some "Thithy" wants to go tc bed at night. 'The seniors state that it has its good points. They quote. "Don't jforge,t the pent house i,s directly above the fifth floor and is only a 'stagger' down j and voti will be in bed. McGuire, McGuire and McGuire j and Company, contractors from New York City, N. Y., have bee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 6 April 1935

I / 0 THE HANDOUT PUBLISHED BV STUDENTS OF TKX'AS WE.SI.EVAN COLLI.-if-. 0' Volume 19. Fort Worth, Texas, Saturday, April (>, 1935. Number 23. Cavalcade Goes To Press Friday Annua| Is To Be Larger Than in Former Years Cavalcade, the animal of Texas We'sleyan College, went to press! Friday, according to Mr. Robert j Mayne, editor. The annual, with its new name, will present to the students a new : and different type of book. Com- j plete details of what will compose j (he book are not available for pub-1 lication. However, a few state- i rnents were made by the editor. i Four Queens, Queen of May, Queen of the Hallowe'en Carnival, Queen of Freshman and Queen of Smiles, will have .page pictures in the annual There will also be • I four representative girls and^four| representative boys. Those names have not been revealed and will not be .revealed until the Annual is out. 0 ! The Annual for this year will be larger than that of forrrier years. The name of every student, includ- ing ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 6 April 1935

\ * 3 * <r v Pace Tw« THE HANDOUT Saturday, April ♦>, 1935. The Handout Official student newspaper, published by the Student Association pf Texas Woman's College, semi-monthly, in the regular school year, at Fort Worth Office, first floor. Administration Building. Entered a^ second-class matter Oct 18, 1832,„at the postoffice at 1-ort Worth, Texas, imder the Act of. March 3, 18iV* Subscription I'rice .$1 00 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ..Frances (rain BUSINESS MANAGERS Robert Henson, and Robert Bailey SPORTS EDIDTORS Wade Glover, and Marcia Rutleds;e EXCHANGE EDITORS Lucile Cop^lancJ, and Ruth Anna Jackson we art actually alone. Kirby Page stated that a few moments of silent meditation each day would add .something to our lives that nothing else could- It is in these few moments of silence, when we arc alone, that we find ourselves, but so many go through life without having done this, without having found who they are, what their real abilities tend toward, what they can do, or what they ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 6 April 1935

<tr* \ \ Over The Wires Saturday, A}>rj\ 6, 1935. one, N. C.t —lo-education in . lassrooms is "okay," but else- However, he anticipates that it will take another year to reach any definite conclusions as to its value He reports that not a single one of the 2,100 boys at a CCC camp re on the Appalachian State near Boston suffered from -5- Why Not Change Annis Street to 'Brabham Court'? THE HANDOUJ^ T -y •."•hers College campus the ■tie is strictly outlawed. \n<§. although the faculty is 'crmined to keep it just tTTat way ■ i threescore male students 'i demanded a "New Deal" in wfth modern education."...von-.miI.iUt- s i 11 e j w uiild like to ha vv ^Mtfe-T"11 rlin^iyr, *'* lit-r. 1,^,-1 i-ith the jgifl^yT. .flii- -viJT, -.T.'T.v"'''- • tJj: lUTlttiOfl J" pneu- monia after innoculation last year I he same correscpondent con- tributes this one about the mental specialist who was examining a professor. "And that habit of talking, to _ . 1 V. ' r— all institutions of learning M ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 6 April 1935

V Pace Four J JL THE kANDOUT Saturday, April t>. SPORT SLANTS By Wade Glover S. M. K. DEFEATS KOROS, 58-48 Undaunted by the miserable showing made against N. T. A the tennis team renewed practice thi•- week in preparation l >r future matches. • • *■ • Really the boys played better than the scores indicated. In the first place, they were up against an array of stars, I oo, this vvas their first match and it was on foreign soil We predict jhat Bur-j ett, Pompeii, I'addock, Armstrong, and others will bring in their share of victories before the season is over. Coach Lambert, N. T. A. C. was loud in his praise for Pom-1 ' pell and Armstrong.'* Coming from 1 a ma* who was Arkansas State s No. 1 player means something * * ♦ * Our hat's off to one lad who is destined" fo make a „name for himself in the trUck world. He 1ft Razz-Mah-Toz-Barlow- Without any coaching or help he captured fourth place Jn the Mile in the College division at the Fat Stock Show Meet He has the honor of being ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 19 April 1935

JUNIOR EDITION THE HANDOUT ;hkd !/ "UPENTS i :VAN C'f >LLF. Volume 19. b'ort WOrtli, 'IVx;!-s Friday, April 19,19:5." NuiiiIm !' 25. JUNIO TO HAVE BIG DAY TUESDAY 4b, History Is Varied And Holds Interest Social* Sport and Scho- lastic Records Are Interesting "If you set- a class* full of pep and fun, Bringing smiles and laughter to everyone. That's the class of 1936." As the members of the Junior Class of 1986 near the end of this third yearN together, they feel proud tO/fiJtiiTi the truthful appli- cation of these lines from the'class song. As a means of introduc- tion to the numbers of" new stu- dents and as a gentle reminder to those who have been on the cam- pus before,, "they present a byef reSfbrtile of the higfr lights of the school years, '32- 33, '33-'34, and '34-'35, in the light of the class activities. On Sept. 18, 1933^hose rtSnety residents of , the campus of Texas Woman's College, most commonly known as Fish, met and organized for the coming school year, .under the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 19 April 1935

k Paee Two THE HANDOUT Friday, April If*, ]! 0 The Handout PROPHECY OF JUN- IOR CLASS OF '35 History is Buried in Home Interest Official student newspaper,• published by the Stn-:<_■ 11 \>- <-|.iUot> ol Texas Woman's Collt-ge, senii-munthr .-, ut m,. n . j. .V . a. Fort Worth Office, first floor. Administration liui.iding Entered a* second-cla>s matter Oct 18, 1M2. at tin posio 'ice at i or: f Worth, Texas, under the Act of March 3, J872- ?.. $1.00 Continued From Page One) Subscription I'ric EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ' Frances Grain ASSISTANT EDITOR Carl Garner' BUSINESS MANAGERS Hubert Henson, and Robert Bailey Ckiss Editor t>e Alva Graves Assistant Editor . Mary Dale Humpherys Feature Editors J°e Canafax and Bill Glover REPORTOR1AI. STAFF—Robert Baker, Norris Williams, Ruth AnnaJ fackson, Romona 1 rout, Betty Bennett, Robert Buchanan, Johnny Murphy, Lessie F. Campbell, I .... i.. i nit JUNIOR SLANTS The Junior clas3 is not without its • Atheletes. It boasts of so ie boys w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 19 April 1935

^ </ 2 ). the ica- old The the the >ne, jiks xes. >ur- the run- >09- and of ;ter, ther nor lrn- lrns ng, len, ac- >us, hat ery .. the :oo, ne- *36 are see be afle vho" ass [iss to ted ac- -■ heir of Friday, April 19, 193"). THE HANDOUT -.) 4. i i>i (<• GOLFTEAM FIXES FLATS Koro Banquet S. M. K. Tuesday afternoon, the golf team, returning from a jiiatch with ftan^'er, hail to drop their putters, ;ind t;rab tire> lt> true that they had only two flats, but two flats, on a new highway, with the near- est town thirty miles away, -orne- times becomes >erious, 1 heir trouble- really started •vhCn they found they had'tio tire t- 'Is «• jiatclung. L'ntfcWhted by this setback the gallant crew pro- ceeded to t;.ke the tire* off with their hands Meanwhile, others of the iiar.tv, no doubt lazier than the j 1/ ; _ > rest, wore out their thumbs stop-j "-'"R- ping cars and trying to borrow v"-iv Kiveri some patch. At last they were successful, the tire was supposidl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 19 April 1935

/ & Page Four THE HANDOUT Friday, April 1!*, Watch Next Issue or Bulletin Board f6r inouncement "Junior Diary Shows % (Continued From Page One) Nov. 7—Seniors hockey game, 10. Nov. 12—Fish beat Fish in Open House. Swarms of Fish and plenty of boys. The tables were turned, because the Fish did the fishing^ and the "bate" was delicious !!! ♦ * • Dec.^l—Thespian plays—Alma Ellen AnTferson, Hilma Joy1 le, La Vada Haze, were members of the cast. • * + * * Dec. 2—Symphony Concert— Freshmen were represented by Eli- zabeth Hamilton, celldlst. 5c. TKJjin 2.—Xmas holidays, and what happened then is a sec- ret. home of the Whitakers and a liatnri Indian d%'. symbolic t>f ills proved to be tW- treasure e night of,Uie Fish Open House .Sophs had a get-togetl er-and- r-a-good-time-party at the ;e <>f (lencvuvi Whitaker k sidciit of the Sophomore cla > m M * 9 -.i ),tr—Parties, parties, in ng row.—the Christmas me tarried oht in all. But the . .•ill .!:<; >anta had coine on ac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 4 May 1935

4> SOPHOMORE EDITION THE HANDOUT u . I*\*rt Worth, i a1 uroa v Ma\ i. ]!>;;:> N'lUith Soph Week Celebrated At T. W. C. Soph Week Dfr^ns MeClung-Baker Wedding, Reveals Class Prophecy With Flag^faising t:<] in khu. \\« ilihtVi! mil l v < ti kl-HT i . in Th'-hc.i Sop.hV. lu ar* • "f • luii' !« A ' • *. cUlph II! Next liu^nrty iiioi'nmg {!u fta; In.* 1« >w<; n.l. t !?•. , will c- \v a Yign' , MtpreirN: ill « u I • •"is In - :•;id heart Robert Baker Is To Be Class President si \( A t , - 1' 111. i > :. ' ' ' ! ' '1f iia lackson sailg iw'ri1 tin- 'I • •( ' ami "SimfFt-• < >.ff io }*nt;aV They v. t '•in; i':i i< a 4 ■ a > ' ' '■ ■ P .. ds . ,-h u >' il' g ,.| !<|' l ' ^l■ ll;'-.11) ' M'ls,' : .11- *i • Voting sail" "Mr. au'L'-MTv !> (In N'«iu < . .ii in4 in •. 1 • i. i■ * navy bine cjr.cpe (truss with'•'•white- Kobert Maker "was elected pre-.i tb i*' ■ l tlij fuiiioi ''la tor P,l.'!.r> :iti in a i,iis■ < tinv, of thi. cla-.- In lui !'!•...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 4 May 1935

'aire T\v. THE HANDOUT M; I ft The Handout Official studentnewspaper, published by the Student Association <" '1 *ex*t VV on tun's College, semi-morithl>; in tht re^iifiir sehool ye;.cr, a Fort W'-i •!• Office. fir *t i. Administration Holding Suiten-d a • ir, .imt-cU-s hiatter O.t 1*. 1832, a< « « «•< ■*' ' At The WORTH Worth i r v' undt i tfi« S'.-t <>f March .'!, 18?V- Sobseript Ml Ci-ir. — .1/ «. STAFF V " V Sj-vi: : !• 1• i „ i - iiin 1 "t . ■ $1 00 Ida \l i, siitiills \ .- iii.it 'A > •: Kttlh Kt i j X1.11«m Knt h d.i;e | t it itt ,( p r L 01! TO MISS COWAN, OUR SPONSOR li means a c rt:it deal to u class to" fiavc a MpVmsor s«#* as Miss luanita l v. ,ui ha*. proved to be 1 ■ >r the Sophfinn 't e class lit. • • ai Sin-im< usM.st. (t; ami gttUlt d us i# that remarkable way ill Iter own There is a little place set aside for her in all ntir hearts, and our heart.* feel wanner Tor its being there. \ • she quietly guides and direct* u*. vet- feel we have a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 4 May 1935

\hw I. HKJ5. iS the handout Nail-hole Glimpses McClung Baker Wedding • 'R( v " iis C j s Pi ophfty*^ (Continued Ft cm Pate One) ■o h f.-. 'f'' Art tlui <ttit It M t\ i v tiiii y|t s aif« iroh-1 fkctiuu just who ihe] m) >Stiu-s, w h v (iiti j v«ut . } jtytirrt;tli*tii j Surely in.! aUoui u . !<>st j «ttn jMCft. k Wis? tiuuh 1 *stinovtrj jh 1 tlit*t (fu*u\i n>t 3 mi lit- so j ({.ueett, I \\ U . . all'-s In J.,|(> Mi,., N hijmll, « . ! .1 tJ.« i.i u! DINING ROOM 1'ROGRAM IS PRESENTED BY CLASS1! fry js-oj r fk j ^ I •:>!<!'H'i tfw tfiru sutt U'4 by tlif tlwfflM St'I) 111 i I y ) '■? < . u ll| IV vd.v, ami ( athrvn S^iujiv Karat-y seemed uvtr anxious was jitii in his hat i! o [ aildn'i believe Iha( a fet-i •!. tijji.iri -aonld !<«• \-tviJK- >•! : nr. ;i: oft'i i. ■ , but ttvih , . nv! ■ I tl(d> Jackie. i "K if;,a-holm' rehearsals help-i cd u> out quite a bit—'bv prolong-J in^ a pr.u'tiec or si* of *'s 11 it!e •> — j ,r. n tt rdaU tiny \i\ir de-: ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 4 May 1935

r THE HANDOUT fit Did You Ever Wonder What Would Happen If CHAMPIONSHIP WON < ... . IN THREE SPORTS afjbom Miss Cowan ♦ ♦"I t I1##" V, iaue, .1 hi J '1 he SojjhtMflores, in On* on to | bine and whin athletic ->ui ij'trc | blue anchors ,i;n>s< Ilie bac j won the class championshi j I cry sport that ha* be i n i>1 a.> \\ ill. M 42ii , ha* in d t Vi Halt: !< d w-cnt than ts j iv< k si n w1 bread Out <\ R* o al aiwl Trnili didn't liavv- Muiuflun^ ,tl>- -tit ? • * * * I) 0 , j< i!, 11;i'..: l..t \ «-ritt Watson? • * * * Saminit- Hilth Johnson di' a ti> 11 .suph fight ? " , year. They began their brilliant season by lie(eating tit*! fifsltttfi in two h- w 1 >■ n k v - ■ t? • ! he in *t u;ui.. ■■.. • .. •'! I * * .-victory tor the sailois; tin- fu|i with the! took the second game; final game, u weeks? was won by the sophs, clinching ! the championship. caught ) i ho Sophs were defeated 2-01 )W I - Sophomore Soiijk I I ogress C"y Co Wa Tihi ry loyal so...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 18 May 1935

THE HANDOUT PUBLISHED BY STUDENTS OF TEXAS WESLEYAN COLLEGE Volume 19. Fort Worth, Texas, Saturday, May" 18, 1935 No 29 Seniors Announce Commencement Plans BRABHAM NAMES ISBELL AS RHOME'S AID i / •' Former Poly Star Will Assist in Major Sports 1 Jeff Isbell, former Polytechnic and Cleburn star athlete lias been named assistant Coach of . Texas Wesleyan College , it was announced this week by Rev. Tom W. Brabham, president of the in- stitution. Isbell will assist Head Coach Byron Rhonie in football, basket- ball, and track. He will be head Coach "of baseball. Isbell, a south- paw hurle who has had several' trials with the Ft. Worth Cats, has played professional ball "in the Cotton States League, Texas-Ariz- ona League, and Dixie Leagtje. He also pitched for the Ft. Worth Laundry .team .which won the city and state amateur championships the past year., Rhome and Isbell will open the Fall football training season the latter part of September at Lake Worth. The former will come here in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 18 May 1935

Page Two THE HANDOUT Satimlav, Mav is, 1 «>: The Handout v Official s.tndent newspaper, published by the Student Association of Texas Woman's College, semi-monthly, in the regirlar school year, at Fort Worth. Office, first iloor, Administration Building. Entered as second-class matter Oct, 1'8, 1832, at the postoffice at hrirt Worth, Texas, under the Act of.March 3, 1879. Subscription Price $100 — * STAFF jcMitor-in-Chief FRANCES CHAIN ' , , 'Business Managers ROBERT HENSON ROBERT BAILEY v Associate Editor CARL GARNER Feature Editor GRACE COPEIiAND Exchange Editor LUCILLE COPELAND Sports Editor ....WADE GLOVER Society Editor AVANAL WEST Reporters.: Ed Watson, John Paddock, Mrs. Wilburn, ^ Betty Bennett. Kulh Anna Jackson, D. A. Strain, Ed * Chenney, Marcia Rutledge. . STUDY Study-7-according to Webster the application of the mincf to the gaining of . knowledge. Study. Where have I heard that word be- fore? Oh, yer, it had something to ■ do with an assignment of last week, Chapter...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 18 May 1935

Saturday, May 18,1935 THE HANDOUT Page Three Pitituary Gland Gives Scribe Stofry (Continued From Page One) obnoxious weed alone. They re- minded him, for the Mranger'- hakc, of course, that he had a bad pitituary gland back of his tar which caused epileptic fits and the Marajuana might affect this gland. However, the weak-minded Glover, refused to listen t -their pleas and puffed away. , Soon he began to quiver; next he began to shake; then he moan- ed and grabbed his ear. Before anyone could stop him, he rushed out of the room and intp the show-. er ;v'd grabbed a mop. Returning to the | room, alternatingly crying and shouting, hc"swung his mop! at the anatomy of those present. With unerring aim. lie managed to' hit just two inches below hi> vic- tim. About this time, the Strang-] cr departed. However, Glover put on a burst of speed and missed him twice in the hall. While the stranger, seeking a place t6 hide, was jfcJftig to the Boiler Room, Ratchet Brain Glov- er, the victim o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 18 May 1935

Page Four tele handout Saturday, May 18,. 1935 <o t SPORT SLANTS By Wade Glover The selection of Jeff 1 shell as assistant Coach reminds us of the time when Isbeli was trying to break into professional ball. He was even at that time considered a fair prospect but somehow he couldn't get.the' necessary breaks. It was back during Art, the Great, Shires reign and the noble Waxahachie lad was getting his braggadocio efforts crowned, with, great and lengthy publicity. Also the mighty Dizzy Dean was get- ting his share of headlines. Thus yours truly and Isbeli decided that the easiest way far a try out in .Class A ball and mount the ladder to fame and glory was to exclaim to the world that he was just what the doctor ordered—a southpaw that was second to none—not even t^e immortal Rube Waddell. In turn special deliveries were dispatched to several noted sport scribes and ball clubs. Needless to say Isbeli received his notoriety but the' results in several cases were rather embar- assin...

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