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CHICKASHA DAILY EXPRESS, CHICKASHA, OKLAHOMA, ' MONDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1320.
PAGE FIVE coinitei'feitotl imper , would not 1 lifted. Thi! particles must lie. mixed in ilurtiiK maniiTiii tare, hence It is ALL-STATE TEAMS SHOW TWO MEN FROM CHICKASHA ; BOTH DUE LAND ON FIRST STRING SAY UrlNiUnSU whether counter- j toilers could at'foid to muko such Two Cliickaslia high Bcliool grid- supported by u heavier lino, capaliln , stock, titers, Ted Schlolterbeck, guard, and j of ripping Indus in uny opponent a' i " lUamond, Roach, fallback, were jrlven 'line and holding when holding Ifj, positions on the. two all-Rlute inter ! necessary. J I is teaai-mates In the j Bcliolasitlc. football teams selected i iKtc.kt'ieUl also were larger than the j 'by the Daily Oklahoma!! and pub- j ChickaKlui halfback ' and quarterback j l'shed in that newspaper yesterday. and for this reason ho had stronger Sclilotterbeck ' was Rivp'.i u Kuanl ' interference In plunging the line, berth on the '. -mythical first tain, ; FightliiB every Becond of the while Roach's name a)peareJ 4s ! game is one of the characteristics of i fullback on the second team. RCCK ISLAND. Main Line. Arrive. 1:10 a. 8 : U5 a. 2:i0 p. Before selecting the two teams, C'has. J. Drill, sporting editor of the OUlahoman, consulted with, referees ' and coaches, it is pointed out. that there is very little difference- be tween the "first team" and "second team." Thirty-thrcn stars, including Clint Stelnberger, tackle on the StraVTss machine., and "Red" White, the crack Chtckusha halfback, are given "hon o. able nienl ion." . The Top -Liners. Following are Brill's selections for the "first" team: Swanson, Muskogee, end. Weeks, Cherokee, end. Montgomery, Muskogee, tackle. Pippin, I.awton, tackle. Robertson, Okmulgee, guard. t". hlotterbeck, Chickaslia, guard. fligoux, I.awton, center. Morris, Sapulpa, quarterback. IIURljeji, Tulsa, halfback. Schlabach, Oklahoma City, half back. . . Penny, Muskogno, fullback. Here's the "second" team. I.ocke, Norman, end. Under, I.amont, end. Jackson, Shawnee, tackle. Henderson, Cherokee, tackle. I tyer, Blackwell, guard. Crow, Altus, guard. White, Muskogee, center. Pox, Nowata, quarterback. Hanks, I.awton, halfback. V'y, Fairfax, halfback. Roach, Chickaslia, fullback. Duel for Fullback. " The comment', on the selections sti.tes that the fight for fullback lias been a duel between Penny, the big Muskogee man, and Roach. of 'ChVVasha. ' Students of football who have winched the work of t.'.ie two men j throughout the season will question tlie correctness of giving (he Mus kogee man the first team position. Uoa'ch is a wonderful open-field run- ! ner, line-plunger ami interference mail, and his kicking and passing ; has been of the high-class collegia! type. In"addition to ability to ad ; vance the ball, kick and pass, Roach is a heady defensive player, hn work in this branch oi the gam? having robbed L,;i'vton of a much larger score in .the early season gum 'played here. "If we had the; bird Roach for fullback, nothing could ton ,ns frirv. winning the st'i; i ( iia'npionship," said one of (lis l:r,vl:iii Hi stars a:'- tor the game her1. Penny A Fighter. Penny, however, had many ad vantages over the local hid. lie was Penny's playing. Regardless of big scores, Penny was always fighting; tills naturally Instilled "pop" and fight into his team-mates. The fullback question is debatable, but fans who have watched Roach's play throughout the seaBon will ngreo that he is one of the greatest scholastic gridstors this state has ever produced, despite the fact that he has just finished his frist season of high school football. 2:33 2:40 5:ED m. Ui. ni. ru. in. ui. South Bound No. 11. Depart szr. No. No. North No. No No. SI. 23. Bound 12. 24. 22 1:10 S:3u 8:n0 n . o . oo 3:05 6:20 01. ni m. tn. in in. iH ffl iv.i Lrai! N r " ' ff.l 1 Ml yd h; COUNTERFEIT-PROOF MONEY By United Press. Berlin. (By Mail.) Mixture of mi nute iron and nickel particles n pa per money will render it counterfeit proof, according to the Prague in ventor of the process. A magnet will pick up the paper whereas the MANGUM West BRANCH Bound 0:13 a. oi. 3:05 p. m. No. 711 and il:C5 a. m. 5:20 p. tn. No. No. 705 711 9:30 3:30 Don't wsiit until the lust moment to do your Chris! mas shopping, Buy while the elections arc at their best. Don't let everybody do Ihe poking i'w.K. l!e the first one. Only 2'2 shopping days until Christmas. 1 SELECT- 1 GIFTS THAT ARE TREASURED the MOST 1 ri2 dally except Sunday ' : East Bound No. 712 No, 706 11:15 a. m. 6:30 p. ni. LINDSEY BRANCH East Bound. j So. ! No. No. No. 711 790 713 789 Departs Departs West Bound. Arrives Arrives 11:30 3:15 2:30 7:15 m m. m m Something useful is most appreciated by most men. A suit, overcoat, shirt, gloves, etc., will tickle him to death, lie will think about you every time lie uses it. Our store is now brim full of these useful gifts. Everything in the store is reduced 10 to 50 per cent. Don't wait too Ions'; buy it today and nave money. There is only 22 days left to tlo your ehristmas shopping. - De Ihe first one to select. , No. 7'JO and 789 dally excent Sunday. : 'iiiimii'raiiii-TiTiniiiiiiTa:a.s?.g: If Make This a Jewelry Christmas (lYrts of jewelry are mere. t!ia:i ;.r i " i s i !' moment . They; are cous'ar.t reminder: the jfiyer'rf 1h4i'ht.fnlne:s ;;nd the re cut can enjoy, lliem for yen's and years. In our big stoeL. vou rifts, fur every nieiidier o Tven ;t ha .little tots! Am so much better than ft'iviii"' a trilt lh soon be forgotten ! I'iixl apin'opriale lie inniily. Yes. 'iviti' jewelry is frill Hia I MEN'S SUITS ,of the Best Makes at 33 1-3 Off Knt ire stock of men's and yoim,' men's suits in all the newest models ami fabrics for fall. .Made by Hart Schaffner & Marx, l''i: form, Kii schbatim, and other jrood makes now reduced om third. Our suits must jrivo you sat isfaet ton or your money will be refunded. Buy him a suit, for Christmas at, a reduction oi: . 33 1-3 Percent Off Choicest of O'Coats at $50.00 Selected specially our best, over roia tailored by J la it SchafTner & iMarx and Fitforin, all the newest models for this winter, either helled or plain models. Formerly retailed for .tS5 (,, ifioo, selected 'for quick sellinr at $50.00 FUR CAPS. AN AP PRECIATED GIFT RE DUCED 20 PERCENT "Dad" will certainly ap preciate one of these nice dressy and keep warm caps. Our stock i- now complete. Our prices are the lowest. They are reduced 20 per cent. n r i "!1 i m : ''oine, see the many bauliful s'ifl sclec- tWiiy' ;; lions we have to offer you.' Vou are not ' SS ' w;f obliged to purchase. ' lBrI v t. : RA l ''U'e sHI '(lifts That, Last,' but our .)-k B :J . tlNN l& li won 't lest indefinitely, so make your .rift so- 11 'irr. W 'f ' I in. 'fa I I lec.ions early." ' g J T,j 1 Timely Buying Opportunities of ll ' Si 5 ' Unusual lent Ig mW Many thousands of dollars worth ils I fWiK of d10ice superb II I ffljfe?, - Coats, Suits and Dresses if l WMiwM Bought under the late market condi- U :M 1 fevll l tions will be offered this week at sa- $ r crifice prices. v ,p 5 ) MILLINERY AT HALF PRICE I 1 . ll : h " i sii LmS I lillilllllllllllllllllilllli!!!!!!: PREMIUMS FREE Don't furyet the kiddies. You can make them hap py w.ithout spendiiijr eent. It is very simple, .lust save the premium tickets you get at Till' D1XIK. AYhen you get $100 worth bring them in .and we will give you a big doll, a .soldier, sailor, marine or a nurse. It costs you nothing;. The tickets are given with each purchase of $1.00 or more. SurpriseHim with a New Silk Shirt A man never has too many shrts. He wll always appre ciate a new one. Silk shirts in all patterrs, in crepe de chine, broadcloth, pangee and tub silks, formerly sold up to $12.50, now at, $6.95 wnv i-AK included Pajamas and Niqht Shirts at Reduced v; Prices SEE OUR WINDOW AYe carry a, complete stock of Va.ja ma.s and night shirts for men in all colors in flannel, Japanese crepe, muslin and silk. They make a very nice Christinas gift and ari; now sold at liberal reductions. JUST WHAT HE WANTED, A PAIR OF GLOVES. BUY THEM AT A 20 PERCT. REDUCTION We carry only the best gloves that are 'made. We feature l'en in 's. Tkey are the finest, gloves made. W'e have them in all colors of kid, finished and unfinished, silk lined or un'inetl. It is a very useful gilt, reduced 20 per , cent. STETSON AND KNOX HATS REDUCED 20 PERCENT Kvery liat.'.jn the house. including "Knox" and Stet son are reduced 20 per cent. Oct him a hat for Christ mas, lie will appreciate it. Bath Robes Reduced I'an 'you imagine anything more pleasing to a, man than a nice bath roll!! for Christ mas. Our stock is now the largest we have ever carried before. You will find them in aU-colors and designs. .Also fell slippers to match, it will make a dandy gift. Buy them now. They are reduced. MM 1 : U..I "1 1 GIVE Some thin a in Lug gagejleduced 33 1.-3 Percent Imtire stock of hand bags, Glad stone suit cases and wardrobe trunks are placed on sale at a reduction of ;!: l-'i per cent from our already low cash prices. It makes an apprecia tive gill. Purchase it now while the selection is big and save 331-3 per cent It A All Ties Reduced 25 Percent Neckwear that is something every man young man and boy wants and appreciates so buy them i,iw. Our entire stock of ties in knit and silks, a wonderful assortment to select from in all the newest shades and designs. Buy them early and save 23 per cent. f mifyun MnlldtiH; 3