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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 24 December 1946

P'B* S-B—Borger. (Texss) News Herald Tuesday. Dec. 24. 1946 1 a fci b I . Mrs. Santa Claus Works Late In Christmas, Fla. AP Newsfeatures CHRISTMAS, Fla.—Here in the land of sunny winter days—where most people have never seen snow upon a rooftop nor heard the jingle of a sleigh bell — Mrs. Santa Claus" has been working over- time for weeks. She is Mrs. Juanitn Tucker, comely postmistress in this little community fringed by marshland live oaks and towering palms. People in all of the 48 stales and iji many foreign countries send Yule mail to her to be stamped j with the "Christmas" postmark j and remailed. The Christmas, Fla.. posloffice was set up June 27. 1 892, just 57 years after the community was founded. Although there is a Christmas Cove in Maine, this is the only plain Christmas post- office in the United Stales. Little Glitters Trailer-Housed Now in Old Fair Married Veterans Grounds of U. S. Get Best Grades Puis on the Dog, To Hound Neighbor JD. I/P BLOOM 1NGTON, Ind —Married...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 24 December 1946

Tuesday, btt«m&er 24, I94<5 THE BORGER (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD *r 1 V-:V. ■r | :J •iFiJ y* W. X> ^ w¥® wi •■■ mi fl tp>p sfflFiLW w ' 1 ■. . " fmrnrnm • « t«> K b:'" !£S 1. *k'v ' A , ,.T iff- *'* «* ! • ^Uf"' "• *. E : V-V* -. ■• i • A, < • , & f ' ■Hi*." r 5 E _ .'V- #1R. 1 : ' v • &j bfj ; . <V-' 7 Li r?w.t_? £>-n**,^ * * i ... •• ' v' Ji ..!:>■! .. s ; i *&: <• *** I ? 'wJP% RING OUT, JOYOUS BELLS, ring out the glad tidings! Ring loudlv. like a host of angels' voices singing, t!;: l your mighty echo may touch the hearts of all men and lift them unto the splendor of tjiis joyful celebration! Ring clear vour message to the world that Christmas has come! And. with deepest eloquence, ring < i;i c;ir wishes to all that good health, good cheer and good fortune fill their cups to overflowing to make this the cheeriest, r i happiest and most wonderful Christmas season ever! SOUTHWESTERN PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY 22 Years of Good Citizenship and Pub...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 24 December 1946

kS ft 1 -C—fcAtfer, (Texta) W«wt-Her M—'Tde«<t f, Die 54, 1141 & Modem Ireland It Ashamed ol Custom Once Honored There Once upon a time in Iretand, the wit'a whs hunted and killed on Christmas morning: a branch of holly and bright ribbons were at- tached to his body which wa : carried from house to .house by wren boys who sang songs and expected to receive a dole from each househpld. The story goes that during the Danish-Irish wtfr, the Danes were resting after an arduous march and the Irish were creeping up quietly. All of a sudden a wren, spy tig a few crumbs which the drowsy Danish drummer had dropped on the drumhead, swoop- ed down and began to peck at the crumbs. The pecking awakened the boy, who aroused the camp: the Irish, driven off and defeated, blamed the wren. Modern Irish, ashamed of the once-honored tradition, say the guilty bird may have been a starhng or a sparrow anyway, and now welcome the wren to their farms and homes. . . XiAfatl/ Hear that horn! Hear that ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 24 December 1946

n ■i ■Ps§* S-C— Boffr. {T«**s> News Herald - Tussday. Hoc. 24, 1946 Slom-Free Cily of 25,000 Ristt From Brazil Jungle Kill HE JANEIRO. i>< -M 'NKA Rising out hi the lands of jungle and iwamp 1' mile; from Rio is the fir-; .slum- 1'rte industrial cit.v in the vmrld. It is Cidadc.Dis Motor. • -the ( !\ of Motet**;-Mind within its 12,000 acres 25,000 people Willi 1 ■ e. work and play. Economic* center of the town will be its | tw > factories, an airplane engine I plant already in operation, and a J tiucn.i fftdoiy Construction on the first dwalling units, lo house 6000 in- habitants. hat started. As tht town grows and the ne d arises, additional apartments will be built, all in accordance with the roaster plan conceived by two New York City 'town planners" I P. u) Letter Wierner and Jose Luis Sort. Brig-Gen. Antonio Guedes Mu- nis. chief of the Qt-aZilllan Air- lam Factory commission, con- ceived this ideal city during the war when it became evident that Brazil must expand ...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 24 December 1946

con if M|d ay- ilti < [( I Utttf to Santa Clous Borgor Texas Doc. 10, 1946 120 E. 5th Dear Santa Claus, 1 tim a little boy, 0 years old, and have been n Rood boy all year. 1 have born studying hard school and have made good trades in all my subjects. For Christmas, would you please brinn me the following things: An elec- tric train, cowboy boots, a micro- scope, a steam engine, a bowling set and a Hoy Hogers set. Please bring Daddy a new suit and bring Mother something nice and don't forget to bring Uncle Bob some cowboy boots. Thank you, Santa. Lots of love. * Rodney Escoe Winner of Army Bronze Star Jusi Mickey ai Vassar (This story about Maria Oulo- vlch was written by a classmate at Vassar college.) By JO ANNE LEWIS POUGHKEEPSIK. N. Y. — If you were to see Maria Gulovich streaking for an 8:15 class, or crowding into the post office for the morning mail along with sev- eral hundred other Vassar girls, you wouldn't guess that she was a heroine of World War II. She's an extraordi...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 24 December 1946

WWtw Of tM ApproVt Stance pivaideul 111 u slatiJtiiK pooiliuii, Uie impi'ituut tbiiik <«id, Hggggygll SfOtU® ih£]>eison closest to the late pre- ! wa- that "tin Brit .-!> should have He pei si (,<Tlt Wl the kind of statute they want." iti.em will find no objection. Mrs Eleanor Roosevelt, be- NEW YORK, — >AP — Now tween busy si-sums at the Unit- that Britain has settled ts domes- e,t Nations, said she considered tic controversy over the Roosevelt • I'ting a "mon natmal pnMtioi statue foi 1• 11 i ■: (; i \ ei . i >n t ill|5iiiiii^|l I nrrw's me. ' Square, and will depict tin- t ndjbi£> Ilttttb''1 1 ' Two south pole regions bear the lU'ine of Rear Adm. R'rhard E, !W rcetings arc pealing your way, for we are tolling the golden bells of the Y uletide Season to wish everyone the Merriest, Gay- est and Most Jubilant Christmas ever. J. M. HUBER CORP. BORGER, TEXAS 'Crook of Year' Makes Off With 3-Room Bungalow 15y NEA SorvicB If 1940 goes down in history as the "year of...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 24 December 1946

I {Mb school I U1H teach- boy. 1 « 1 • I Litter to Santa Clous Letter to Sonto Clous Dear Phillips, Texas Dec. 11, 1 4« Santa Onus, I am six years old and am in the first grade. I want a ring for Ohru.tmas and anything else you can spare. Ml little sister, Betty Jo. wants doll bunk beds and a doll. We will be at our grandma's, so don't forget us. Love, Bill Brown Panhandle, Tex. Dee. 7, 104fi Dear Santa: 1 am a little boy 3 1-2 years old and 1 live -m the 0660 Ranch. And I would like a tricycle and wagon for Christmas and also some candy and nuts. And Santa, please re- member all the little boys and i p.irls all over the world. Thank you, Santu Orville Bynum, Jr. Page S C— Borgar. (Taxis) Haws Herald—Tuesday. Dae. 24, 1141 Cortes' Bones Slir Old Dispuie- Was Spaniard Hero or Vandal? (p A uBfllEp v Mmp We're thinking about all our friends as the season's spirit fills the air. We want to ex- tend our best wishes for the most wonderful Christmas of all, to all! Frank Davis Gulf Service...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 24 December 1946

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 26 December 1946

WEATHER Will tnu: Puliy cloudy to cloudy, not much changa la limptfilut* this afternoon and tonight lightly eooUr in Panhtndl* Friday. I * $ IBotqei Jfettrs-ffeMft * THE CARBON BLACK CENTER OF THE WORLD * Circulation Dtyi Other Depts.: 6 aal 7 Vol. 21—No. 26 NEA Service Associated Press Borger, Texas, Thursday, December 26. 1946 (Eight Pages Today) ffktSc Bilbo Threatens Threat Of Revolution Revealed To Tarn Tables On His Accusers quadruplets in good condition i- m i ^n i '■ - t j Library Club Room Being Redecorated i « •yffl llV? The Federated club rooms lo- cated in Hutchinson county library are being redecorated. The Wom- en's Forum, composed of represen- tatives of the women's clubs of the county, Is sponsoring the un- dertaking. Members of the forum stated that they wished to express their tmpreciation for the cooperation given by the couritv commission- ers. The county has installed flourescent ceiling lighting, addi- tional electrical outlets, picture molding, has had the wal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 26 December 1946

WHEN OLD FRIENDS MEET THEY TAKE ITS WITH THEMI YONKEHS. N. V., Dec L'li IV —Two old acquaint! .-it. unwekonic Cli> P< In V ii 11 >n early \. Iv returned to In* lion • I hey in 11 ve i j' s t . : . i'id i>! iik* is*"' 1 h- •<>:■< The\ lei t ' i .t r<.m i -sati'tn ial, $7f> II ■ .nine armed pair t> .k $300 f: , m Fulton at the : in hour illni place hist May 27, he aid. Pacjp 2 Borqer. Toxni N w -Herald—Thursday, D«c. 26. IMC Oklahoma and Kansas Predicted To Share Number 1 Spot With Aggies Odessa Bronchos Arrive in Austin For Final Battle RELAX — See a Good Movie! \ X- 1 Open 11:45 tjffMl H TODAY! Friday iir.d Saturday! «n«JKUE •v ;7no m\ JOHNSON P AT\K IR K W O O L> .'-uIiBL x«\yt* cucai JJ; GU* lOMSAl'CK News—Musical and Sport The biggest party of them all- New Year's Eve Mid-Nite Party -Tuesday. i«c. S1-—Ii's to big .- -We're having it in the 1 REX AND HIG CO *4 i, i > it Open 1:45 9c-30c Phone 91 STARTS TODAY! Also Friday and Saturday A STORY OF ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 26 December 1946

led I [ the 30 |An- ctiiNirs j ''iihHiiA ^ L A U J A ■i'ovipsiJs' tV.;r.T# [®>wv Camera Club Outlines Program For Ensuing Year The regular meeting < f the Llano Eatacario Camera Club was held ! n tne Federated club rooms at the •i.jjity library on Friday night. At ihi: meeting Wallis Nelson outlln- jcH plans for the club during the j toming year. Among items discuss- ed and agreed upon was the hold- | irg cl two meetings per month, thasp meetings to be held on the J rim und third Friday nights. Nel- son, resident i f the ^lyb. appoint- Uri Charlie Warner as progran j chairman for the coming year and l-i VDUcd n year of interesting and ii'iitruriive ivror.i'omi1 cUmiv 19 iT \V) en eont;i< t.ni rcLMidinj; i! • i (j\ (ii v hi the olub. Nelson t-tatwl | the meeting were planned to be of interest and instruction to all I -butterburs, from the rankest amu- i'eur on up, ami urged all persons! i ntexited in taking snapshots > I. aki lg ! ■> 'till'- III attend then liicctiin'....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 26 December 1946

0 Four THF BOR^R ^JFXAS* NEWS-HERALD Thursday, December 26, T Dr. J. A. Hill Gives His Views On WTS Strike In rn effort to settle the student strike at West Texas State Col- lege in us peaceful manner as pos bible and still expeditiously, Pres- ident .1 A Hill has released the following letter to all interested parties. The president outlines Ins tnd the college's views toward the -trikc. , To Students, Patrons and the General Public: . in recent student disturbance it West Texas State College and the conditions thai produced it arc matters of deep regret to me and probably to thousands of others. TIu problem now is to find a : ure w ay for the college to re- sutr.e its normal functioning aruJ at the same time be certain that similar situations will not recur First of all, the regents and the president propose to make, as the. have in the past, every effort t< improve housing and other condi- tion! just as rapidly as possible. Secondly, we harbor no spirit of ill-will toward the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 26 December 1946

Thtirsrlov Dfrpmbpr 76 1^46 THE BORGER (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD 19c COFFEE Moxwtll house, POUND 43c MILK DARICRAFT 2 - 25c PEAS Red Dart No. 2 Can 2 -25c /rt/Ae FAIREST PRICES BUTTER = 79 PORK CHOPS ~ 39 ICris MEAT FOR LOAF PORK STEAK POUND RIBS Fine for Barbecue POUND POUND BULK SAUSAGE POUND 1 ~ <•"'> - 1 — ——y ^ . . .* \ (i £ r 1 These Prices Good Only At \ V THESE mm. PANHANDLE y ASSOCIATED GROCERS LATIMER GROCERY 708 Maple Road Phone 413 CUT-RATE GROCERY Phillips Phone 380 _ | " -* smINHMHHHHOHONHMHRmHHNRSNHMN -mmSSKKSSSm GRAPEFRUIT FLOYD'S GROCERY 920 South Main Texas Marsh Seedless EACH Phone 552 WHITE WAY GROCERY NO. 2 324 North Harvey Phone 299 CELERY \< Extra Fancy Bleached, Stalk YOWS BROS. GROCERY & MARKET 215 North Main Fhone 485 SHAW & HOLCOMB GROCERY 103 North Main Phone 1911 10ranges !r 8:1 Carrots Fresh Crisp Bunches WHITE WAY GROCERY NO. 1 323 South Main Phone 481 Cll IDAHO RUSSETS 10 LBS. MESH BAG McCORD BROS. GROCERY 618 South Main Phone 616 OSTROM-FI...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 26 December 1946

THE BORGER REVS-HERALD ' if MR Hwtti Main *« #? Tain ifiry wmIc xcppt 8a.t ir' • a 4 ,\ y,o ->- I- p .i.hamll* Publlthi' Comp , Inc. Publithait. 4. G. MilUpi . Ldlto and Muagai tm — IU.00 - 5.7 S ......... ...... LOO I*.. las a Mcond-clati ntnu November 23, llll. al tha Post Of flea at Borwr. Tavat undar tha Act of March •. I«f Tka Aiaoctatad Pr « it iicluilfilr antiiUd to tha u« ot rapubll oattoo Of al) n « croditad to it or not other "is* ®—Borgt r. (Texas' Newt Horald Thursday, Doc. 2G, 1946 85 Killed And Injured In Three Air Crashes In Fog-Bound Shanghai TEXAS TODAY Br JACK RUTLEDGE Associated Press Staff There's an awful lot of Texas in the news: Ii you put enough leather end- 1o-end you can miike a belt for Robert Earl Hughes ol Baulis, III. T1 terry S. Williams, Fort Worth lireman, read about the 710-pound boy, yat down and carved out a belt for him. It \.as lunger than Williams was tall. In Galveston, haircuts went up to $1. shaves up to 65 cents . . . hi Brownsville, eve...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 26 December 1946

A') 173, to iyc<l jrce / tho Mai PP >—SPECIAL NOTICES #ikororr*nc" corifi. •Mb. mutk ml all MM. I 4ar m tn. FkoM I — |w nl HQUI* 119-dk sit. tts^AlM all mtkai typewriters MdlM OHchlnti. Hwm 5 lor prof ri u4 |UlltilHd Mr VIC*. Tha Office WASHING machine repairs. All inakfs and moOf-ls We buy and -• 11 used washers. Mathieu Appliance Co. 7(W N Main l'hnne 971. _ .1 Ml< VI TrWAH rioor S«ndl « Co. rioort laid, tanded and flniihcd. All work ■uarantaad. Phona 1*34. II no anawar. call W W. W. T. Hoque and Haymond Collirn owmn. (.\\ I KNR IU AU1 Y S.IK H' (130 Norll M.iin. Uorger. UeCcmbtr (jet acquaint- eil special: Permanent cut us low us t-l so 1'laln Slmmpiio and set .75 ftneclul Slinmpo® iMilky. Mufl. Oil) tlM Manlcun s 7Sc. All work Liven li.v i-xperlenct'd operator*. Call 1707 lo- [ day for nn appointinrrnt. Monroe and LaVerne llardin owners-operators d-Mtr HELP WANTED . EM ALE WANTKD Experienced bookkeeper in Om ial Motors AuUi Uealei accounting oi system similar in nccount...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 26 December 1946

PoQt Tight THE BORGER (TEXAS) NEWS HERAl D Thursday, December 26, 19461 SENSATIONAL SAVINGS DURING DUNLAP'S GIGANTIC IK •' ■ * 1 SPEtlAlS <3 6 nvttffORy CHENILLE BED SPREADS Or.ly eleven oi lhete beautiful pastel shade spreads offered at this reduc- tion. Full brd size. Values to $19.95 THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS WORTH OF BETTER MERCHANDISE TO BE SOLD AT SACRIFICE PRICES ! BIG DAYS FRIDAY & SATURDAY NO REFUNDS! NO EXCHANGES! ALL SALES FINAL! |P"P . - ■ ' ONE LOT WOOLEN MATERIAL Solid and Plaid Patterns — all 54-in. wide. Values to $4.95 Yard : M <r*> L ^ i-;.!. CHENILLE BED SPREADS ■ Fluffy rayon and cotton chenille si reads in full bed sizes. Only nine offered at this reduced price. Values to $33.95 THROW RUGS A choice of shag or woven types.- Beautiful colors. Price NOVELTY BUTTONS Ono ioi of these buttons offered at this money saving reduct:ons. If i |',y * y Price s.,*§*#■' INFANTS' SWEATERS All colore in coat or slipover styles. Sites 1 to 6. Volues *o $3.95 ONE LOT INFA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 27 December 1946

6, 1046 WEATHER Wtit TEXASi Pertly cloudy thii after- noon, tonight tad Saturday: colder tonight and Saturday; lowtti temperature* 23-27 in Panhandle and 28-32 in South Plaint tonight. Beryer Circulation Other Depts THE CARBON BLACK CENTER OF THE WORLD Vol. 21—No. 27 NEA Service Associated Press Borger, Texas, Friday, December 27, 1946 (Eight Pages Today) Price Sc 0: dock From Argentina i it?#* Dr. Oscar Ivanissevich, left. Argentine ambassador to the U. S.f greets his ppposite number, George S Messersmith, U. S. ambas- sador to Argentina, as the latter arrived in Washington. He was recalled tor important conferences with Secretary of State Byrnes. Immediate End to U. S. Immigration Demanded Adamson Accused Of Trying to Wreck Committee WASHINGTON. Dec. 27—W— Rep. J. Parnell Thomas >R-NJ\ who is in line fpr chairmanship tit 4he' house committee on un- American activities, said today his Mrst official act in that post w:il be to fire Ernie Adamson as chief counsel. ), ■.7 In a stat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 27 December 1946

vV,i Sfi*0 If - " THE BORGER (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD Fridoy, December 27, 1946 •■.if. Eusie Turner Mercurv 106 North Main SALES Phone 757 SERVICE E. L Beokley Trucking Co. Dirt Contractor Bonded & Insured tx'tal & Long Distance Hauling 606 Phillips Road Phone fell) Mode-O-Doy Ladies Ready.to-Wear jjrpsMi — BOiiery — Lingerie. Phone 548 &04 North Main I 4 ' M Chain Feed Store Dr. Lefffr St Salsbury I Stock Medicines Red Chain Feeds 17 East 10th Phone 245 J • J • ' ; Thrown furniture Co. Wallpaper — Radios — Rugs j "Tis Time To Trade With Tfarama' • fr22 Nfcrth Main Phone 653 Wicker's Radio Service Motorola Radio:. Expert Kudio Repair* WE MAKE IT GO" 3rd it Hedgecoke Phone 1131 Blockburn-Show-Brown •f. Funeral Director ijr.rger Ph. 555 Texas Copelond Jewelry Vour Je *ei«r Since IW-M Railroad Wai'li lru>i<< 'tor M 2 North Main ''97 It fir ft JfcMtmetol tr Mtditaf Co. (iwtftl toheelim •.<; C'cmUatioii I'hulm I 44 \0 4? L fib mis 0 When the bells ring out this New Yea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 27 December 1946

cWoman/& (Page Page 3 Dormer. (Texat News-Herald—Friday, Dec. 27, 1946 Alhambra Club Features Mrs. Duncan In Program of "Christmas In Ivory" • By CLEO TOM TEHHY One of tin' lovllest programs ever presented in lhe community was Introduced by Mrs, E. B. Jones, when 'he presented Mrs. li. A. Duncan of Amarillo at the Alhambra Community Hotri? Dem- onstration club Christmas party in the home of Mrs. C. E. Terry on the evening of December 21, with her carved soap figures 'COLD BUG'WHIM? HELP EASE ACHING CHEST MUSCLES RUB ON _ • MENTHOLATUM ■/<" "Christmas in Ivory". Mrs. Duncan explained that she started the hobby of carving in ! ivory soap some years ago when she was teaching a Sunday Schocl I class for boys. They began meet- I inn during the week to carve the | I Homes, animals anil people of th; j land* about which tiiey were stuii- | ying on Sundays. Later, when her first grandchild i disliked Sunday echool, Mis. Dun- can asked him to help her make a little church house for th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 27 December 1946

I Ex-Bulldogs and Ex-Hawks Hold Drill for New Years Day Game Pag* 4—Borger, (TmmI Newt Herald—Friday. Dec. 27. 1146 Schroeder, Kramer, Win Davis Cup For U. S. From Australia By GAYLE TALBOT MELBOURNE, Dec. 27 — <AP>— Tod Schroeder and Jat k Kram- won the Davis cup. symbol of SPORTS ROUNDUP By HUGH FULLERTON. Jr. NEW YORK, Dec. 27 ~(AP>— Selma, Alabama, is justly proud of the athletic record of Parrish Boih Teams Open Drill With Touch Game for Exercise i Id tennis supremacy, for the. high school and has some articu* United States today, breezing through Australia's doubles team in straight sets. John Bromwich and Adrian Qu st, whose brilliant play won the cup for Australia in the last international matches in 1939, never had n chance today, as the two Californians teamed to com- plete the whirlwind victory launched so magnificently yester day with Schroeder's stunning up- set win over Bromwich in the singles. If anything, the Americans gave the stricken crowd at Kooyong cour...

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