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Wednesday, February 6, 1924
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- t v "s jC*' 1 *^* * ** r *" EBANON DATLY NEWS, LEBANON, inn Hi ti^l It Made Tlic Whole World I>augh! HESTRAND It Made The Whole World I»angh! IT STARTS TODAY AND LASTS ALL WEEK Direct From Its Smashing Hit In Philadelphia and New York. SAMUEL UOLDWYN Presents The Most Infectious Laugh-Maker Stage, Screen or Story Has Ever Known— Daily at 1-15 3 • 1~iT~5:15, 7:15 and 9:15. First Tim e Shown Anywlrere at Regular Admissions. With The Original Stars BARNEY BERNARD ALEX CARR, VERA GORDON and a Qast of Youth and Beauty Including Martha ' Mansfield, Den Lyon and Hopo Sothorland. 4 DAYS STARTING ™™ KS ™ MATIXEK S:!W TW1CK DAILY 8:15 FEBRUARY 13 YEARS IN SATURDAY EVENING POST. YEARS ON BROADWAY. YEARS ON TOUR. Festive scenes from tho Music Dox Ilovuc and the Famous Tiller Dancing Girls from The Ziegfield Follies. fe GADEM i'GNIGHT AND ALL WEEK Matinee Saturday Curley Bowen's MUSICAL COMEDY CO. in FANS WITNESS FAST GAMES IN CIHJIAGUE Berks Furniture Five Defeated the H. J. Shenk Boys HURDArT^QUINTET Downed Miller Grocery Clerks by 17 to 11 Score Two fast City basketball league ram en wero played lR«t nlsht on the j Y. M C \. floor before more than a hundred fans. The Berks furniturn live downed the H. J. Shenk hoys in a hard fought game, 14 to 8. dron- ping them to tho cella r position for tho. first half of the league.^ Burdans fast traveling five wrapped up the Miller Grocery team in a 17 to 11 score, in one of thn fastest league games this year. The Shenk department store boys were battling on even terms for the first thirty minutes, after which their team went to pieces when tho fnrni- t,ure movers dropped in a few buckets ;ind took the lead At the end of the same Berks lead H to S. The flrst half was nip and tuck all through with both teams scoring two field poals earn tying the score at •!- 4.at the end of tho half. Every mem- her of both teams ff.iarded his men timely at all times and seV'om did n man fet loose with a clear floor ahead. Meyer and Fisher had all thn points for their respective teams when the second half started. The. second twenty-minute session of the. game started with both teams feeling t'heir way up the floor by making accurate smooth passes. In five minutes tho department hoys broke through the five man defense put up hy the Berks and dropped a field go:il in taking the load. Plavinrr ber.i'ue harder and fa-stev from th ; s, point. Roth teams passed th.'' ball n:> and down the floor and taking shots from within the foul linn b«inK unable to loT.it o UK- b:\R- ki-'l. F.OOU D'X-h tho h'nky pivoi mrin •for the f uvn:t ure-.hanlers s'arlfjd his tTun in staging a rally. Soon L/eeh's gang had a five poin* lead on the rmrViagi! wrappers and tht> garni ended in fiivor of Berks, H to S. Sbenlts saw the Miller grocery clerks drop ' Tiechort a 17 10 11 gamo to Burdans ice cream mixers in ono of the fastest league game of the season. Burdans outplayed the Grocery boys in every department of tlio game from start to finish and nevi:r trailed during the entire gamo atior taking tho lead in the first minuto of play until the final whistle. Fur 1 forty minutes these teams battled at top speed in order to land the game. ', Tho speedy passing game put up | by the ice cream mixers proved baf- j Cling foi-the Miller five and at times ', the smaller players had tho ball j fully two and three minutes before last year's champions could break in , and cause a hold. The Uoth, ficnott and Dc'chert combination was responsible for tho defeat handed to Wil- 'er's. Schott being the high scoror of the evening caging three from the field and ono from tho foul lino. Koth and DechDort worked the ball up the floor with Fornwalt on several oc- cuyions which counted for field goals. Millers worked hard in tho first half and held liurdaixs scroing machine down. They passed the ball in old Urn estyle and looked like, tho same chamiponship team of last year. However they finally weakened and gave way to the younger and faster players. No City League Basketball games will bo played next Tuesday night on account of permitting all players and officers of the league to attend tho boxins bouts which will be held at the Academy of Music. JTho lineup: Titinliins Millers Roth F Bowman Schott F Cohen Lander C Errlman Dechert <'! •' • • Anderson Fornwalt C, • •* -oyer Referee, Hoy, L. 11. S. Timei .' Kern L. II. 8. :'<:' -er, Kn t«'b. L. II. Si Kielrt goals, Roth L': Schott :i: Dechert 1; Bowman 2; Anderson 2; Foul Koals. Schott l; Deehert S: I'oruwalt 1; Cohen 1: Krdman '-. and 1. P.rlghtbill, each I.EACIUl" H II. I. James •! Hull FrogH :t V'urdans ^ L. Pet. 0 1.01) I) 1 .Tin) " .fiO'l .0011 Games Played In The Intermediate League On The Y. M. C. A. Floor Strong Lititz Team Here Tonight to Play Si. Joe at The Armory Quinn's St. Joe aggregation will have I heir hands full when they clash with the Lititz American Legion fivi.' on the Armory flooy tonight, i:i the.ir regular mid-week en- Aertainincnt. ' Tlie Lititz American Legion fivo is I composed of son:u ot th 0 beat players that caji bo gathered around this part jf the ccuntry. Five men, all of tlie best in their class. Kiugsly, former Albright Collego and F. and M. star athlei e who last yi;'y, it will be remembered by all tho tans, won for the Lancaster Keenen club, after tlio local live bail the lead (luring the entire game, l.iaekm^n brothers, one piayiug as a forward and one as a guard. The Hackman boy;; were the (jut-standing stars several years ago when Lititz and Harrisburg .Tern played off a championship • game on the Sixth :;nd Chestnut j streets floar. Sonnf;lo and Wisp, I botlr former Heading High School boys. Sponaglo plnyed hern several weeks "Ko, when the? Heading Transit and Light five were defeated at tho bauds of the St. Joe club. Botli men ar p considered the best in this section of l.he slate, and will liv ( > up to their reputation when the gamo gets; under way. Quinn will have his regular lineup to start the fracas with th n llart- nett brothers at, forward; Green at center and Quinn and Bonders at guard. For reserve material Quinn has Fox, Trainor, Coyle, Frazier, Steckbcck and Hartnett. of the Ado! STOc^ywr" «w i "^>J 'Silll. * «v it- •;.• «!*••-" r'V LON CHANEY i'.iac^-y\ WA" i "linaf .^Cr* ' ! Ssk^wViTJ[.i^ Also Universal Feature T?[E SIX FIFTY c.'itmv Sljirts 7:":> Muslral <'<nue<ly n( 8.:5 PRICE.?: OUT r Floor 50c 'a'.fosiy "Or Tius Tare Children I Oc i l.itinec. . 3(V ' Children. .10c LAST SHOWING TODAY A IMiotodrnmn of Stupendous Human Emotion! "DAYTIME WIVES" The greatest husband and wife drama of iho decade. Added AttraetionKlnogram and Comedy. COM INC} TOMOHROW A Ucrfurn KnRiiRcment of Bnstcr IWaton In "Three Ages." Today and Tomorrow ho Greatest Mystery Story Ever Screened! - 'The Leavenworlb Case' * n ronirdv he !;ee;v p'.'.tiir.". !n them I uul tlio tli-pp !\C', 11 tlie O!U)EHS ?«( I'RH.'KS: Aftcrncxm—Low or Fltx)r: 91.00, 7:>e; Ualcony, 50c 1'liis Tn\. Evening—Lower l-'loor: SI.00, Fc,v at $t.r>0; K:\lcony, i?!.00, 75O, .'Or; Gallery, Uac. Sl'HClAL NOTE—TWs aUraelion dtxv? r.ol l>lay elsewhere until •tin continual rop.r of laughter a! 'u> time they are on tho stag' '"Veir act entitled "TrafHe Tr.iublo s •. exrc.pt '.dually funny. 5 "TV-civ v.-ill h,. a roir.piete ch:i!in>. A :.' pT:\., ratr, mo i;i:!:iy ptui tomorrow, !:••/ a couiplr:!p '•'.'.an:'. 1 of wardrobe. .!•;! scenery. T!\,i cr>:i.,v<y will be f'.il! of laughs ... Int.:'! V:I::R':; anil d:uic<.':i. The :itlo is "Vretly 1'iaby" and was play- A ;l at (lie Aendemy by the .litui'.iy 'lodger* Co. and tlie seals worn J'J.OO. On Friday eveniti!.', there will b» •mother complete c'r.auge rf bill. y anil wardrebe and an added attraction will bo !i fashion Tlie latest fashions in ladies' .iresses, r,owns, shoes, mil.iiiuTy, •tr.. \v:ll IK; displayed by i-.ome. lo- I al yoniiK ladies and members of the | 't:rley liowcn Chorus. | "Potash and Perlmutter" Proves Remarkahle Film at The Strand This story is a frank mystery dealing with the solution of the baffling death of a wealthy recluse. Added Attraction—Topics, Fables and Comedy. Fisbor iShuey) :\ii atzer 1)- k .lainos . Following are the results of the Intfrmodiato League on the Y. M. C!. A. llonr. K;'-';U'S ilefeated tlin Cilt Tailors 2- to 12; Hull Frog.< ilruppod Burdans into tbe lost, column by a 1 ti to lo genre and 11. I. .lames trounced the KK'infelliT hoys •!« to H. Ob's Tailors ENRICH Alirams F BenniiiBboff Balnu-r F Fraxicr Kruik C '• Llgbl Fisher <! <•• Fra/.ier Stoner (; YingiH i ll.-iaster) Field goals —Abrams 'J I'.aliner 'J: Hank 1; Fi.ihi'i- t; li-'nniiiKliori' 1; Frazier 6: Light li; Yir.i:st 1; lloa.st t-r 1. Foul yoals—Abranit '-'. Knotty Problems of Basketball . 1'piillu-r I Parry) f;in^ric'n I \S'i,od ) Mea.'--e (! (.'ox i I lir.sinK* 1 !') ( I ioyer ) Itefcree, liny. \j. H. f ! . Tvner Kern L. II. S. Scorer, llmricb. L. il. S. I'iil.l goal... I'Mshor 1; .Ven;/.er 1; Deck 1, Mi'Mse I; Moyer l!; ("'DX 1; Viirry I. Foul gnuls: Fisl.or 1; MeiH- 7.1 r _. B«rdan ke Cream Boys Downed Miller Grocery Tho second game ef the evening Bull I'Yoj;s Fox .Mark il. ViilR^-t . Sna voly Uunkio i MolliiiaiO FiPbl .^i-a Itnrilans Miller lloeker Huffman l'',rdiii-in i Maurer > ,,. r -F.-ix: -Mark; Si.avely; !<_•; Mi'.Ni', I ;i-di!ian and Maurer; 1 fieb 1;' Vnii,'M -: ('lialler.ir.'i- 1!; Foul • giii'.is--Marl.. i-.na»'e!y and Miller, each • T: Yins.si :.' M.iuri'i- :.'. ! II. I. James < I.,-,,by Ivlfiufcller's . . . F Miller !•• I ji'fbert C I'.rigbtbill i; HiKiHter . . (.; F. Miller ! HOTEL WALT 1 15 ROAD AND LOCUST S T K K E T S PHILADELPHIA Half square from everywhere, in the hf-nrt of the- sliui'pin? and thcatiical J,i-,lnct-.C!<>-e to all RailroadTcri:iinal> 1TD ~^^ Without Bath, $3.6 JtlOOinniS With Bath, 53.50 » 00 p '.111:.:!.•-•.).i, ^?<: A.; \\o'.i ar. a ' ;E G. MILL:-:K. MV. u. c. CROVVIH UST, /i.-«. A.'^. l Dancing urn in 1 Roof Every Xi'jlit Ques.—A player is out i ' bounds when he .--hiv i t fcr 1'anket. Tbe ball is iii the air when the referee's whistle blows to irnlica'.e Hie out-ui- buundK. Dues the !?u:il count. IV uiaiie? Ans N'n; a tfi"''I CHiinol be scored under any conditions when tin; player throw.s it from out of bounds. (Jiioi;.—Durlner a tinie-out, a player is g-iven penr,ission to leave tb-- court. Wlli.'ll the tillle-lilll pel iod i^ up. this player has no! remrncil. Shoulil be be penalized'.' An-. A I'oul should be celled on him for dHayinK (be Bailie .iincl lie 'lunld be ordere, 1 to return | at nnee. except that if the referee 'knows Ui'ie is .salisfacUiry reason for ihe !<l,iy, ,ui"!!i"r time-out I wbo'jUl bt- ilec'iare>l and eharKed to t'T i,layer's ii'ani, no foul bein;- call- i cd. Queri.—\Vliilc the ball is in play the scorer bluws a whistle f'ir a substitution. The rule:; Male that no substitution can !»• made until the. ball is (.lead. \Yh..t is tlie p 'naily V Ann.—The f- •!<!•• r- stiould have a horn, inn a v, In-th . There is no penalty ill this c:i-e Von cannot penal- ise the scoi<•;•, .ind .MI'.I cannot jieu- alu:e the .M.listitul for ihe scoi'er'.s nil: take. Ques'.—Is |]:i'-kii)K a foiil? Ans.—- j The rules .lo not u-" <h" term "liack" I !•!>! wbfil i.- coniii:onl\' called haekii •* I is ,-i form of iiol !in:; and is a person;.i foul. (.J'Jos.—A visitiiu.: t e:'m b.'i.i onlv t|vi> pK'iyern and during th" Kame one of them j-:ets fniir iii-i'sonal I'oul . \\'hat .slioiihl lv ilonu? Ana.- II, iur pl.v>- wues.--ln .. recent R a me 1 was ^f^ar > 'bi"-b^^l° l 'vv" P abour ! ;o --.hoot when 1, cominf,' "P from be•'Ind jumped and batted tlie ball a;j t loft bis bat'.ds, but iny knceM strticiv illm'in the back. The reteree called a foul on me and awarded n > opponent two free throws i ';".!™.\'.\' that I was playin;,' ihe bull •""' ll1 pe.rsoual contact wr.s .lorHcnlal. A, '--You were wron;:;. AltboUKh v> i were playins Ui« ball, you we,e• doini; so from a position where it was almost impossible not to commit a pe - ril foul. H was poor JinlKni'-tn on your part b-canse you le'.ve M»ur opponent a chance to score f ooints on ihe play, besides eh'tiMi^ yourself v.'iib tlio personal foul. H you are en defense, clon'l let. your Vpionent pet between you and t..e b'i«Uet If '"- does slip by y>u, don t ••'"et" i 1 .' i from b.-html; let him tal-: • h'is shot and c.et the rebou'id if he inii'seH. a few d;iy. r i before returning lo the United States. \viiiio no open express'.ons havt been voiced, tho American athletes of all the teams feel t'.iat the French committee didn't c;o out ot Us way to plvo tho Americana an even break . Pictitrl/allon of t'nmons I'lny Is Outstanding I'rfxIiicMloii ot the Season Or-.p of tbe most remarkable motion, :ieturps that it has ever been our !<ood fortune, io .--ee opened an en- ;ai, r erncnt at the Strnnd theatre this iflernoon. It is "Potash and 1'erl- ;;mtter," and it Is a r'imt National ;jileure, havitiK been produced by 'nmucl (loldwyn from the famous •.;i«e piny by Montague Glass mill <.'harlos Klein. Wo wont to the Strand In high uitieipation. I'or many years we i ad been an avid reader nf the stores In tbe Saturday KveninK Post, and we had looker! forward to neeiiur Abe I'otash and Morris I'erhmitter come to life on the acreen version not be otherwise than (Mod. but were not prepared (or the hl^rh \'ree of (vitcrtninment ibat we • n the sllvevuhcet. In brief, we iiot. know thru n "movie" could Ikwen MosicsJ Co. Variety Bill Pleases Patrons of Academy wo do- f-Tiw did bo American Team Ruled Oui First Place In Ski Contest In France (pnorinl to NI-W>- liy t'nitrd P Chamonix, France, Today —out of firs, plare in tlu- IOUK 1ump- i-i K ski rnnU'Si on a technicality, th' United Sl:-'.tn-i team had to be content with fourth I'U'.re in the wmt<r sports of tho Olympic same* walch were complete here yesterday. Norway ran away w th liv rham- pionship'with a hnr.e total of 1S4 % points; Finland was second with 76>/. points; Unat lii'Ua n lh rd with ".') points: the l.-nit-d .s-ateh fourth with a-J pointB_ und Sweden fifth with 20 pdi:it:i. Anders ]I.-..u K r:i. of M-nn-npohs. ...... 1 at the Academy Thcalru Tuesday evening, wer ( .i treated '" a hig surprise by I lie Curley Ilowen Musical Comedy Company, playing h"rn this welc. It is an entirely dlfT"'"t fnrm of em ertninmpul in I lie vaudeville am! niuvical comefly line (bun has been i . n liere in a long lime, ond tlie audionco seamed entirely satisfiej with the innovation. There are six acts of vaudeville woven into a pleasing musical comedy ns follow?'. M Us Stella Winters in K"lecli:inp lie Vof. ft Voeda, in a llttln bit of iioiirence; Neal Lleble, in poft slioe 'l.'HH-itii? on' of the ordinary; M;iy Fr r il, the girl with the mirror; Th" I'l'lifornia Tliree, In lnte''t song hit:- nf ihe day, and Wed Simpson, a hl.iekface song and dance man. The musical comedy is presented with a chorus nf pretty K rls wlv.i ran iting and dani'e. One of the most pleasurable siRhts to the eye was the Fatleau Maids. Wrrren lloyd kfeps the rotr.^- di:'ii:; Hlancbanl ar.d DeVo.-' continually on their tiptoes with thp rapid •t) ftooi'l. Tb:a is why we call it a oniiirkahle jiioUire. A few seeonils after tbe main title W:IH nn"hed on tbe screen tbere arose i titter ani'in.'.; the aiulli'iice. A minute later it bad expanded into a roar if laughter which grew constantly in .olumo aiiil remaine:! practically con- Inuous. Now and then there was a .ull, as a tender note of p.i'.hos was ininileil, but in a moment the thoa- i e a.rrnin was rocking. "1'oln.sh .uul Perlinutter" is ;i au- .jorl.'itivo pbolu|ibiy in every respect, .n our opinion it i.s nut' oC tbo out- '..r.nt;irit' iirtiductloiis of the year. Il is a ilifUeult I'ish to lie.-tow tbe •;mori impartially tieeause every ipr.'on eenneetod wl'.b ibe niaklnsr f Ibis picture in onliileil lo a laurel .•re..111. Harrey Mvrnard anil Alex- •:ilcr (''an 1 , who pl ; '.ved tile parts of n i.i:i.riiT>r\ Abe anil Morrin, were • uvir.cinrrl.v luiimn arid eotu'iilHin,'.'- V funtiy in Ihelr flrrt apprarauee be•(ire tbe eaiT.era. \'era Cordon, co- tar, \vrui eiiually effective as the I'.ohie 1'ot^isb. Con- .viilerable credit also goes to the supporting cast, which was composed of Martha Pilansdeki Elope Sutherland. Hen Lyons, Lee Kohhnur, Eduarrt lliU'am'l, Ue Saehx Mooers and Jefry Do vine. Rlinisters Invited to Witness Notre Dame at Academy of Music Harry Yost, special ropresentative of the celebrated moving picture drama, "Notre Dame" a portrayal of Victor Hugo's groat historic novel while in the city arranging for its presentation hero, united with Manager Spang, of the Academy of Mu- fiic, in extending an invitation to the ministers of the. city, superintendent of schools and press representatives and others to witness an exhibition of the. feature at ID o'clock I\ext Wednesday morning, February 13th. at the Academy. Tho picture la said to bo one. of the raopt impressive screen stories ever photographed. Ford plans to make 205,000 cars in February. No wonder the ground hog is afraid ot its shadow. EMULSION EVERETT TRUE By Condo I ihe star jumper r i it-i'.m miid'i the gr j ihe long ski jumi ihnuBht to have would havt third, place ; The ind ,i Ui gi\cn the Unit s, however. Aniern'aii distance in lie •,'.';:• point s t '••' •d he was they .-'1 place May mans 1 '' moved y of him r form lc-1 down t' that ami fiiurth i ,11 of Mi"neap'>!H A. in e'lean team. n -.t t v • h i V.i lo use involved a *"• , (>:•• win but ("• Even old aches y\ciA to this ticnple traa'.ment. Avply C'.oan's gently, without ribl'inp. it conds to the pain- ric'.itn t'a-i'.ea the fresh r.e'.v blood vuoy ni'ttl to Ucsl them— bringing ^r^'eful relief. Qet o bottlo from your druggist today and h&vc It ur. K^i.d. 35 cents. "Tbe fjin •' j'i ci rm('n t p. nd not un intf'rp of Hie ru. ." he s ,id. "i: 1 p'.avers can't prrtr.-l the | of an umpire ou a ball i and the sumc t!'. "g appii ' C.ISP. We " -'' nt, of cm • award of fourth Hare to a in j made 'be h ' J"";; 1 bt-caus( i ; uch a techni:'aiHy . " Uaguar OintvefU, tho American i jumper, v,bn di-located his knee in j his first jiiu:;) \'.M« nol as I '.n;ured*u.-, it wu.'i at i'-rst feared, il' is laid up in th-- hospital here and will be confined to his b&d for at least ten days. Practically (*H of ts<3 Aderlcvan ^athletes left toUsty for Paris to apenti EXCURSIONS TU NEW YORK SUNDAY, FEB. 10 AI.'.••<> MAIlCH 9 nuil APUHi « l.ic-urslon Train Fere Lv.A M $4.00 4.01 4.00 4.0Q : 3.75 irk i ar i Tickets good only on date of excursion on above Special Train in dirt-ctlon. 4.00 4.11 •1.24 4.4' 5.;ti 9.SO I'.M 7.U, 7. SO f&f.:rfvxr? »• /••••/'; rt .'//• i ' / • ' '•''<•»-» I / ^. rfl^ imlim&m aMMJ ^"±^ t r, 'vsts&r&svX*'"' r^nfr nmvf&flM'v.vm"'* >--i~—~—:"•;

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