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 - TPHJB EMP A 2E Auto I'olo Ij'tiurtli of \Jnlj-,...
TPHJB EMP A 2E Auto I'olo Ij'tiurtli of \Jnlj-, -The {caluro of iimporia'a Fourth of July eelobiatlon this year \U11 bo auto polo, played ou the fair grounds field Tuesday afternoon. llankiuBou's original polo teams, composed ot 'experienced auto polo- istSj nro" engaged by tho Rmporla lodge i of llooso, to stage a "world, series" gaiiie. Tho plnyers drivo os- rteefaily built racing cais and Itavo oí gaulzod into t\vo teams, the English and the American. Captain LamMn and Hi^ mallet-man, Claypool, will represent Great Britain 'while Captain Steilliig, with Adams '«t UIP mallQt', will play for America. The two teams aro said to bo evenly matched, and Uio game should be a close one. i.''Auto polo is replacing horso me- RALPH A, ORIGINATOR PAGE .FIVE » !*-"*•^?*r*gr.a~j-itaj..llL J.I" cygág^^V The Eagle Will Scream V "• -1 ' ^L Ml | ^ » At Amusement ParK, Emppria, Kan. ' t \ j> ' An Old Fashioned Celebration with Auto Polo and Baseball Games Parade in Morning to Parjc at About 1 0 O'clock ............. ........... ••— •" i 1 1. i , ....... Free Baseball Game at 11:00 O'Glock Topeka Sania Fe Juniors vs. Emporia High School Midgets Band Concert 1 O'Clock Baseball at 2 O'Clock, Kansas State Normal vs. Emporia All Stars i i, ' < _ B _ Band Concert at 3:30 ing to a certain extent in many of the.--Middle , West towns andl cities, and theJMoose believe they ha\o billed an. attraction .which will en- tertaln-itlio.'large cro\vd'expecled July •I The game ib easy to undei stand,, and is played in the open \\ here every* move can be seen The eais are built so they..can be piloted around the, liold at a rapid rate of speed, turned quickly, so as to. avoid collisions, and are•• equipped .with powcr- -ful brakea. .The sport is','dáiigeróus enough to hold the crowd's interest. The Mooso, are'ihaklhg arrangements for oilier details on tho.Fourth celebration, but the entire program I Auto Polo,,4:30 o'clock, by Hankinson's Original American and English Teams—The Tornado Sport of lyiodern Times—Exciting, Instructive and Interesting, Free Moving Picture Show in Park at 8:30 o'clock. Dancing in pavilion f from 8 to 12 o'clock^ Games with Prizes for child-, ren in afternoon. Bring your well-filled basket and stay all day and evening with us. Lunch and Refreshments Served on the Grounds. '' ' ^, v been \lsitlnji the ínmilj of 1.0. Stewait, returned to thoii homo In Nebraska last week, t AliBs Ella Weller, of District 81 «as tho Huost of 'Mish Uucllo MCAu- ley o^er the week-end. T S. neecher teturned to liis homo nt Hill City, Satin day, aftoi a short visit \\tth Ameiicus Ciiends Vr and Mis.riE '¡I. Demand sens, Everett and TíiUph', ,l;ayq« retiunod to their homoriuV^TSnipori-i, .iltpi' a tv-o ucek})' visit, liVijAnieuciib /i\uUi Mis Dell's, mother, Mrs, J ,<Tj Bntlei 131 and Mrs ij _,A \Ypgdm.iiiBce, has not been completed An ad- oC Dnnlapr mu torcil ,to vertising campaign Is being made in I Sunday the newspapers and with" bills and poEtnrs. Several llLo.usand people are Vxpccteil to join the celobrators. rAmot le» 1 , iiftfinoon lot a^slioit'visit with Doctor Woodofaiiboe's parents, Mr and Mis Tossé \Voodmansee \.t tiie riuai tevly ,communion ^service Mili End Pants Sale Commencing Tuesday, June 27 Matte from Cloth Costing from $1.50 to $4.00 Per Yard. All Wool Blue Sergey from $3.25 to $4.5tf Per Pair Cassimeres, from $3.50 to $4.25 Per Pair Worsteds, from $3.00 to $4.25 Per Pair

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  1. The Emporia Gazette,
  2. 28 Jun 1916, Wed,
  3. Page 7

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