Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 17, 1927 · Page 6
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Iola, Kansas
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Saturday, December 17, 1927
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LlDBLA^tEb Kaiisas Aggies Win Off Jayfaawkers in- 20-13 Fray OKLAflOMANS WlN iSooner^ Trim Nebraska As Aggies Deftot Griimell ' .•.Kansas City. Dec. 17. (AP)— : The; annual ceremony of Uasttn? j the lid «ff tbe 'MIsaouri Valley con- | ° ;;fereiice basketball.season, also np- ' iiet some.dope buckets. Tile Kansas Aggies, invited to Liavirence to help dedicate the'new nniverslty' auditorium trounCed their Ja}-hawlier hoste 20 to 13. It was the second time in seven years the Atrgles had been able to heat Kansas, champions ot the Valley for,six yesars. * N'ebrasica. heralded aa a leading t contender for tbe title, also found ' the gioing too tough last night at St Louis, when ^Vashington staged a ne^otid period rally to wlu 28 to: 27. _ The two other northern teams, selected the southern end of ~lhe "circuit to open the season, ulso : i 'met reverses. Oklahoma trimmed sDrako 42 to 24 at Norman. JThe Oklahoma Aggies defeated Grinnell 54 to 43 at StllLlwater. ! • Most of the quinteta experienced dlffic:uUy In holding formations and iHay was ragged a:t; times. It wasra big ^ht for substitutes, : with Kansas using eleven men and Oklahos^a an even dozen. Wright, Oklahoma Aggie forward. led the iodividual scorers with eightr field goals and one free throw .(or a to- -tal of .17. His teanibiates. Collins, center, and King, forward, each located th«?; hoop from the floor .iB^veil times, while King made good on two tries from: the foul line. ' Nebraska will meet Missouri tfl>- nlght at Columbia. Grinnell will invade Norman to face Oklahoma abd Brake takes ou the Oklahoma Angles at Stillwater. This will give nine of the. ten conference ED LEWIS I MATVICtORV^ Eurobeah Hieavywdght Is No Match for Strangler lit Encounter j CANTOWINE IN WIN The first move made to add strength to the. Cleveland Indians by Billy Evans, new gen- ieral manager, was to get Grover Hartley, veteran catcher, from the Red So.\ to coach his pitchers. E%-ans thinks Hartley', wise in the ways of pitchers.' should j be a^ big,help in thiii department. ; NOT TO SEEK British Open Can Go toi Someone El^e, Says Champion WILLJ PLAY " IN ^lans Two Tournaments For Ne'xt Year in America F^rpo Wilcox Loses After Twenty-four Minutes l~ Of Grappling Wichita. Kas.. Dec. 17. (AIM— Ed "Strangler" Lewis last night •beat'Alexander Garkawienko. European - heavy weight wrestling champion at the i!:uropean's own game in straight falls. The\ first fall c^me in 34 minutes, tlie second In four <mlnntes. • Uoth were by headloi-ks. Wrt'stlius »inder European rules —ail holds bolow the waist barred —the match gave Lewis another crown, the tiOe <tt Graeco-Roman champion oC' the' world. l.«wis j welglied 230 ])ound.«. "Garky." 239'. Howard Cantonwine. lows champion,, won from "Flrpo" AVIIcos of Tulsa. Ckla.. In 24 minutes in'the proiJminar>. Both welghe<i' in ut .!2o ))onn(ls. . ' + Atlanta. Ga.: Dec. jlT. (AIM Bobby jonos suiit'today that he did not e.vpw-t to defend his title as „ _ British open champion next year teams tests before they retire for I or to play in the British amateur two Veeks practice for the open-! championship at St. Andrews -ingof the long .slate the" first week' —" "~ ''"'^' " -in January. Iowa State has no •tltulai- contest scheduled before January. THREE BOWUNG MATCHES HERE c "1 will play in.the Uni^d Statejr] open at Chicago in .lune aiid th°e| ['United States amateur at Bracburn..j West Newton. Mass.. in Septeni-' •her," he said, "and that's all the j competitive golf I can see ahead !for the coming year." lola City Team Wins Off \-Burlington in Big Game I.,ast flight was a busy~nielu at^ the Recreatioii Parlors. The,IoIa' team defei^ted the Burlington-team i: by 1144 pins. Two city league contests took place. Tljc .- Plumbers -defeated the Real Estates by two 'games to one and total pins. The Painters defeated the jTronsfers. two to one and total pins. Mr. K. Debning was high man over all. with a score of 540 for 30 frames. The scores: REAL ESTATES. ribcH 146 Litwln . ..^..150 Canatsey .....165 L. Reiither ...135 J. Rcuther 156 120 150 •125 172' 181 162 160 125 160 139 428 450 415 467 476 752 748' 736. 2236 . 1 ; PLUMBERS \ , Bdlth „.:-.145 157 113 LuU.) ...180 165 152 Uushgens 153 161 .150 Newmaii 150 150 150 Root . 164 172 167 416 487 493 792 .785 722 2309 • TKiVXSFERS Reynolds . 161 ' 164 Duggap ; L.:...l50- Scovill^ _ 126 Corr 157 Flbrrest — 150 150 144 137 150 155 178 161 135 150 480 478 478 439 45(1 Boliby Jones's aunouilceraent that be will not eater the Hriiish golf championship next year c-onict when!the brilliant golfer and law student is pa}'ing more attention tr his books than to his nia.shies and brassies. At this time! last year hr had iio intention of defending tht Ilritish goif title he held ahd decided almost overnight to' hurr>- tf St. Andrews to hit liis booming shots in defense of the open chum- piopsbip. He, may change his mind again, when the warm wlnd^ of spring replace I lie chill blast? jOf winter. Hobby loves his goll 'much n^ore in .May than ho does in December. (By the Associated Press.) .New York—Tod .MorgAn, Seattle, junior lightweight champion, wins on foul oVer Joe.GlIck, Brooklyn. (14). izzy Schwartz. New York, ! won New York recognition as flyweight champion of world, over IT c i Newsboy Brown. Sioux City. Iowa. "^•jUS*. Benny Schwartz, Baltimore, haiitamw^ighi outpointed Johnny Erlckaon. .\ew Yorjc. (10). Marty Ga^agher. Washington heavyweight. Scored technical, knockout over'Pete Hackeit. New York. (2). )>aducah. K.v.—Jlmmle (Red) Herring. Junior welterweight knocked out Billy JlcCann. Cleveland, lit. • • Denver—Al WVIister. Billings, Mont., technically knocked out Johnny Gerarilen.' .Minneapolis (|<). Erie. I*a.~Johnhy R>-an, Erie, won over-' I'ancli^ Dencio. New York. (101. Johnny -Carey. Eric, defeated Jiraiiiy Mason. Cleveland (C). Jack Barr.v. Pittsburgh, knocked '^out Pickles : Donahugh, Voungstown. (1). Hollywood, Cal. —VInce Dundee. Baltimore, won o-ver Tommy O'Brien. (10). " Minneaitolis— Sammy Mandell. Hockl'ord. world lightweight champion, outpointed John O'Donnell, St. Paul. (10). (non tiije). Howard Maybcrry, Duluth. outiralnted Sammy Ratner. Minneapolis, (10). Hollywood — Tontm.v Cello. San Kranclsco. beat Jimmy I.und.v. Butte, .Mont.. (lU). UatlliUR Dozler.•Omaha, stopir.-d Tut Sey.nour. .New Orleans. {•>). Prankic Pondorf. San Diego and IAJUIK .\n- drews. Memphis, drew (6). IN CONTROLS Such Is Possibility as the Minons Prepare to Organize FIVE MAY CHANGE Others May Drop Out of Association With LandisRule Number 1 . (Cotil'Inned from I'u^e O^ne) In tile search. AlvaVadb'was paid |1.00(j for two months work. Governor Johnston in refusing to turn Alrarado over to Texas authorities, assigned a technical reason, but expressed the belief that various : crintli^ai chiarges against the opeYative were trumpr «d up by Outlaws who feared his prowess. Ho gave the special officer credit for the apprehensibh of several members df the Matthew 'Kimes bank bandit gang, who later were convicted of murder in connection with a double Robbery at Beggsi pklahoma, in wliich the town marshal was idlled. > tituuds on the Navy football t4 >ara«.Bryan Swan (left) andil'apt. elect Ed Bnrke (right) are guHrd. fog the fisfic prestige of fhe ^'arai Academy In the iater.<ollegIat« ring along with fke of their grld^ Iron mates. ".Splke^ Webb (Inset) boxing coach; Is guiding their ef. forts. ELSMORE TRIMS FORT scon FiyE Allen County Quintet Is 30 to 14 Winner in Sekan Fray Elsmore. Dec. 17.' (Special).— Elsmore defeated the Fort Scott basketball team iu a fast Sekan league game here last night 30 to 14. Warren IJttrell. Fort Scott high school coach, refereed. The Stanley brothers, forwards, starred for Fort Scott with Binks- ttin. a guard, each contributing (two field goals. E. Johnson and R. Johnson divided scoring honofs for Elsmore with five field goals each. The box score Annapolis. .Md.. Dec. 17. (API- Seven iiusky members of the Navy*' football team-, which closed its sea-' son with a gallant if losing battle against the Army, have donned tbe gloves as candidates for the Middie l)oxing team. With tliree backs and a center added, the roster of "Spike" i^'ebb's siiuad would; pass for one; of ^ ".Navy Bill" Ingram's football teams. .Now under the fi.-stic tutelage of Webb are i Emil Geise of .Wisconsin and AVrexford Chappell, Montana, tackles: Bryan Swan. Missouri, and Ed Burke, Pennsylvania, guards; Paii! Moret. Michigan, and Fred Beans. Texas, ends, and : Charlie Bauer, .Hew York, halfback. Burke is captain- elect of football: "Whltey" Lloyd, hard - plunging back and basketball player, and Sloane. who : scored the Navy touchdown against the /\xmy, also are Itandy with their fists. ) Boxing trains the hands, says Coach Ingram, and is better schooling for football than hurd- 'llng or track. That the reverse Is I rue is indicated by the record of Hit! Iwx- Ing team, which has not lost' a meet In eight years. "JEDDO i Dec. 14.—Mrs. H. H. Clemeliis and daughter. Bertha, spent Tjlesday afternoon with Mrs. Alvinia Strub- hart," Kfotzbach; brothers have been busy threshing kafir corn fc r several parties the past week. ; .Mrs. Tom Byrum spent Tiesday with her daughter. Mrs. Loren Itogers. and family. Mr. and .Mrs. Henry Hes! were business visitors in lola Sa arday. Harvey Clemens spent Saturday night with Leo Thompsonl Everett Hess came in from Iowa and spent Sunday ^\-ith homt folks. Thij Clemens young folk; . Ann Klotzjiaeh. Vema Huss anjd Leo Thorn \ As Seen By • C. A. CLIFT -Pho^ Allen, athletic director and' ba .«iketbaU( coach at Kansas .:aniversItT jttepped off in the {wrong direction this ijrear. it has been the custom f>i Allen; to match iiereral pre- llmlnary games l>efore lie sent his squad inio action against JMIssour^ Valley teams. This Tear he Iplliyed the Kansas Ag- iries In the openliib game of the season and a* a result Kansas has started off on the wrong side of the slate. •New York. De<-. 17. (AP)—Organization of a new iiaseball body by the larger minor leagues was jorseen today as a possible climax for the draft tangle betweeih miii- ors and majors. The conclave of the big leagues hiere this week agreed to terminate the draft law. now functioning if ; the minors so desire.- The five minor circuits which have operated under th4 modifieil draft arrikngement with the majors are understood to be opposed to ending relations with the majors. Under the idodified draft the International Lea^e, American Association, Pacific Coast, Western and Three I leagues entered into separate contracts with the majors for the disposal of players. These leagues; it is understood. conXem- piate boltihg their present minor , affiliatlona and forming a new group if tlie small minors insist on abrogating: the minor-major agreo- .ment. Should tbe minors carry out their announced intentioas of terminating the minor-major pact, .this would- automatically place them outside the jurisdiction of Commissioner Kenesaw M. Landis .and the big leagues, a situation which would be unwelcome to the leagues of higher classification in the minors. The minors have until February 1 to decide upon what course they, want'to pursue. At that time their; repres^iitatives are to make known a .definite stand to Commissioner I>andis and the major league moguls. A committee of the National As- socianon of Professional Baseball Leagues consisting of John H. Parrell. .secretary; , Herman J. Weisman and \V. G. Bramliam will. report tfi a meeting of the minors! to be held in some central cit.v.' possibly Chicago, to discuss a final course of actioh. AS SHE SHoWs So TODMORGAN STILL ROLES Junior Lightweight King Still Holds Crowii . After Battle I HUMBLES JOE CLICK SEEK MATCH l)son spent Saturday ciVening 744 745 77a 2288 PAINTERS Kemp 151 135- 177 H. Denning _-129 160^ 164 Billbe . J..:..200 114' .133 E. Denning ..^174 180 190 Robinson .—.150 150 0150 463 453 447 5 4 4!0 >, 804 739 814; 2357 Cars Crash in Fllin Made Here for Elite • An bid' eccentric Ford, driven by ' Kenneth Smith, one of the leading: characters ' in ["Two Troublesome Tramps." a two-reel comedy pic- lure ^Imed here this week, crashed into a Buick sedan load<ed with girls at the corner of East street and Madison Friday afternoon. No serious i'njuries resulted from the orasli. A cameraman from the C. p. TInslcy Film company of Des Matnes. shot the scene as the two cars cani<* together and It w^I be s.hown.wlUi the program at tho \.BUtfe theater. ; The pomeily is entirely made up of local characters. • Jvenneth may Smith and Ward Hall have carried I «here. NORTH OF LAHARPE • Dec. 15.—Farmers seem to be vcrj" busy hauling corn to market. Little Joan .Montgomery of iola spent thie nignt with her. grandmother and Lucila Friday night. Mrs. \V. I. Berry of Bartlesville, Okla., who visited friends, here and in lola. l-etiirnod home Sunday, i Mrs: Cora Kceves and daughter of Lone Elm, tame by .Monday and took'Mrs. W. rr. Stout and daughter., Mrs. Han^mel, to lola.; , Mrs. Crail has gone to Oklahoma CIty-fo visit her daughter, Mrs. McCorkle. and family. ! Mrs. Widman is . suffering ^ith sdmetbing like lumbago. .'Mrs. George Ensminger's mother. .Mrs. Phillips and sister. Mrs. Hast{ngs apd • her sister-in-law. .Mrs. Charles Phillips, visited, her Wednesday afternoon. Ml'. Payne's daughter and ; hus- Iwnd from near Colorado Springs are visiting him and ^datightcr. Miss Payne. Mrs. Mnttie Stout took . dinner with: Mr.i and Mrs. Glfford Sundav. She is leaving today tor Garden City,: Kan., tin spend Christmas with'.a duugliler and family, and spend , most of the wiiiter Elsmore / B. Johnson, f Swanson, f Moore, f R, Johnson, r C. Daniels, c W. Daniels, c — R. Cox. tr lllginbotham. g -U Cox. g Ludlum. B i - PG FT F TP - 5 0 .. 1 5 I 0 .- 1 .- 0 .. 0 .. 0 .0 a 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 .0- -t» 0 0. 0 u home In The Register Deviia and Geneva had an in^restlng battle the first hcjlf at Geneva last night The lo- ca.1 boys started off | with twelve points to their opponents five, 'At I thiu half C!«neva was jleading .15 to 14;. The JTInal half was hard on loia and jC>eneva came through with a 37>.to IS victoify on a small court. Brooklyn Challenger Is Defeated on Foul ; In Struggle ^ i New York. Dec. 17. (AP)—Tod .Morgan, of Seattle, was still king of the junior lightweights.' ifoday, hut only after a torrid battle with Joe Gikk. Brooidpi challenger, who was penalized for a foulin Iho 14th roun'd of. a 15-roiind bout. : Meeting for tlie second time in litile nioife than a year.,Click carried a savage punching attack against the 'cliampion in Madison Square Garden last night and had piled up a big advantage on iwints when .Morgan was awardeci thefder cisibn on account of a low bibw. Glick had been cautioned on several occa.siohs to keep his prunches up. Glick floored Morgan three times and on each knockdown. 'Morgan complained of low blows but his protests were not allowed. _ In tlie second round Morgan went down to thoTesIn claiming a foul but when the referee irefns-;^ ed to take notice resumed .•rcriip al the count of nine. T^nw iu the fifth round. Glick flooref Morgan, once for a rount of efjfht Annapolis. Md.. Dec. 17. (.\|^)_jand on ^he other knockdown. |the The second hombshelf ii. the AJm.v- . •"'r,'•.T ^'^n, .Vavv football . jwasj^-;'^: V;''.'^'^- ^. •thrown todaj- when Rear Admiral, ^"j: Schwartz, of .Now - York. I^uis 'M. Nuiton; superintendeiit of ^''^''/'^d f«r recognition as fl>the .N'aval academy. announced:nhai' J^e '^J''''^amPion by the New "iork the Naval acaden.v contemiOates State Athle ic.Commission by ve- taking no furthet steps toward an ^"-'"ns a *.''^'^'°" ^^"^^^y Armv--Navy game for. 192S.- i; , ^rown of Sioux City in a l»-j;ound .semi-iinal. Schwartz weighed iNo Attempt Will Be Made To Match Gridirori Battle in 1928 ^ ANNOUNCEMENT OUT Superintendent Gives Out His Statement : Today Charles D. Hilles Is For Coolidge Again 15yracn!<e. .N. Y.. Dec. 17. (AP)— Charles D. Hilles. vice-chairman of the Repi>blican national committee, fielieves that President Coolidge should allow hiiiiself to be renominated for a third term. Mr. Hilles, speaking at ai RepubHcan dinner here last night', reverses his former statements by coming out whole-heartedly in favor of re- GLENDALE MMrs. V. W. Heath I . .• Dec.. 14. — .Marguerite Hojley spent tile week-end with itome folks. . •• .Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Van Pelt-and Elizabeth drove to. lola Satu^ay niid spent the night with Iklr. jadl Mrs. John Van Pdlt. Louie Bavins ot Minnesota c^ame "tlinrsday to visit his sister. Mrs. iti:y I'rone and family. i M.-: and .Mrs. V". W. Heath find twins took dinner at Ross's Siin<ia}.' .Mis^ Hazel |Ii<-l;nian who teaches 'n;. Kincaid sp'i'il' the • week-jpiid M li'inie with lier mother. /.Mr. Hic 'K 'iian is at if:idorado Spr^igs again. -Charlie Cooper of near Kincaid visiteil his niotlier. .Mrs. Noia T'ulcr. Sunday, ;.^)iss Merl f'^t;'u?r of Fi. Scott spent the day with her mother. '. Si'vvral of the young folks wep* skaiins on the creek at Van Pelt's lord. 10^%: Brown. 111»4. (('ontHnred from Page Oie). es, to. the niutjual advantage of all economic groups. The tariff; I -be- iieve. has dont} much to maintain commercial conTidence and a, Cair degree of business stability la this country in recent years. Tbist I am confide^it, is so Important^ that any affect which the tariff has or. may have.-on the price of this or that; commodity must net be thought of as comprisinr the whole tariff question. Any changes in our tariff system which woild throw into disorder our commercial relations, icould not help <).ur. agriculture. •' 1. " It is a 'MiriouH -fact that Presi- (lont Coolidge , is today the only llvini? ex-vico-presldent. Of his twenty-eight predecessors not one .survives. The - major \ahd minor leamieR are havingla battle of WKM with IndkaHons that the jmajor Iragiies wHI win ontl iIf the mliior leagae ownersr take to :the plan o|f termlnat.' Ing the- mlnor <maJor league pact th^ Jnitlor cintw will be left ont'In'the cold.- The minor ileag^es aren't ready to do ithai. Pennsyiyania Crude i Is Hiked Five Cents Alien Oliver lola the P. •Totals ,=..1.5 0 3 30 Ft. Scott FG FT ' F TP C. St4inley. f .i 2 0 0 4 B, Stanley, f 2 2 0 6 Runybn. c 0 0 1 0 Nrary. p 0 ^0 2 0 Binkston, g , 2 0 14 Totals C 2 4 14 During the year which endM with SeptemlMsr 30 more than ti72.00O new houses wcjre built in England. The average aiinual increasel in the numlbcr of houses in the five years before the war was only 61,b00. eplebdld1.v: the leading roles. '• (Jebrge Usler is ".Mandy." And Bert I Fr^er is tho grocer. The- film includes ~ u country, scene, a; railroad yard encounter. . the finding of a wallet of money L by the tramps and a chase by an officer which is done admirably by Chief of Police Ira Ander.son. Believing that money is the root of All e^l. the tramps exchange It SOT the-car and it,is in this car that tiie tfamps ride to the ^d end!^. Riding in the «edan are: Nprina Hoke. Joan Hender£|jn, Rowena Woodard and Marguerite Ridge^a.v. The picture wiU he shown at (lie J;iiii!:c.-J^ I..' iiiid We are certainly glad Mrs. Sail- lee and son decided they like La- Harpe and have moved back, here to live. ' r . Mr. Gilford received a letter from his son in Coleridge. Neb..'saying "they have 20 degrees below'zero th^re and that he and family are ready to come tJ> Kansas to live." Tlie ']aon is superintendent of the sciiobis there; ; . The; Ijadies'• Aid of th** M.. K. Churcii lias worked faithfully making comforters to sell and quilting iqutll.s. They; have two nice comforters on display at tbe Garvey store. The'' ladies are meeting twice a finish what they liavf 1)11 liiind l»cl "iM -c till! holidays. These Gifts Are Particularly Fitting: for His V Christmas-- Overcoats Sweater (,'oats Ties .\ulo Kobes Neel^tles I'nderweor Pajamas (;i«Te« .Hnftlers Shirts, .>:tr. . THEHUB L. E. HOB'm.LE, Presld sat 1. W. BECK, Vlce.PreBld(jiit UARBT Hum- •••t the Saunders Center distriit, A. >Vw Thompson was In boldt -Sunday evenings Mr.! and .Mrs. Hugo Stri^bhart, Mrs. Alvlnia Strubhart and were ibusiness visitors In| Thursday afternoon. Galo Struflk attended Patch sale Monday. to |—Telephony yoor ClaasiUed Adi 18. Piit.sburkh.]Pa.. Dec. 17. (AP)— j Six grades of Pennsytrania crude were JadvtiKed from 5 to 10 AM ERICA'S lASrEST fDLR DCDGE BROTHERS km NEW EQtlPNEISIT AT NO ilMCREASE iM PRICE r oil ccjnts a "barrel agents today. •by; purchasing F. 0. BENSolv, Cashier E. lL LAM), Asst. Cashier $HIT£LT,{ ABst CaBbler I lOLA STATE BANK WE PAY INTE Capital Sto'ck . Surplus ...... IRES TH08. H. BOWI.US, PtesldeU EstabUshetl Capital Stock .. Surplus ..... Deposits ..... I EST ON TIMt: DEPOSITS : .. .1 .. .$50,000.00 v. $43,000.00 Allen County State Bank ILA , K1KS18 IKTEBEST PAID 0> TEIE DEPOSITS ; 1 UFETT i>EPOSlt BOXES BOB BENT G.:B. BOWLUS, Cashier • Quarter of a Centarj .30,000.00 100 moo i,ooo,oc^oo FJ9iir «wIieel brakes of the latest and myC efficient Steddxaulic type now insure decdtration eqoal to the amaTing i^elera- tion at America's Fastest Four! Swift, time^nnng travef is now ^ made still safer try increased brakmg effiqency. Step on the beake pedal and feel the positive, cushioned btaldn^ absc^ntely tmiftxm on all fiMir wheels. At ^75 (or the Sedan, f. 6'. b. Detroit,'thu &mous Four with complete factory equipment, _ represents the smartest, swiftest, sturdiest^ low<ost> transportation inooey can btiy.' The car is roomy—yet compact. Turns in a 38>fioot street-^parics in 17^ feet of curb space—yet provides ample room ^nd ex- ceptionalcooofertforfiveadults. Springjoigdr 85;S of wh^lbase —the lon^st m its price class. 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