The Dayton Herald from Dayton, Ohio on March 23, 1923 · 24
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I PAGE TWENTY-FOUR irtE UAYTON EVENING HERAl D SATURDAY. MAKCH 2 INCREASED OUTPUT OF SUGAR IN U, S. IEINGADVOCATED American Consumers, Under Present Conditions at Morcy of Speculators. '"FORGED TREATY ut Lents ror HIIHKUddlANd Returning $300 ONLY ONE WAY IS LEFTI t America Produces Only One-fourth of the Amount of Sugar It Consumes. WASHINGTON, March 2?,. The United States may soon declare her suuur independency, gov-, .crnment officials announced to. day. With pries climbing, world supply said to he in the hands (if a half dozen speculators, and the- market ridden with foreign combi- '1 si ...T Pi IS DISKED No Secret Pact Has Been Entered by Germany According to Chancellor, STATEMENT IS IMPORTANT Former German Army Officer Is Accused of Having Circulated So-Called Pact. nations arm monopolies, this coun try has a potential t-uar produc-tion to more than meet domestic demands. i Studies of production f both beet and cane suirnr have developed tha possibility ut wide expansion. vi xm industry. 'Gr.ltcf jI nw vuueiies 01 Bint nave occn discovered in extensive experimentation in Georgia. "Front tii,- standpoint of soil and (;. m.it t ooii'litwiis tliero is tio reason vwiy this eouhiry cannot produce sufficient sugar for tho demand.' Dr. C. U Townsoinl. BURar expert of the agricultural department, toll International News Sejvire. TO EXPAND INDUSTRY. Hi pointed out that economic considerations of an expansion of tho industry, such as ability to compete with foreign sugar by economic production, are being given attention by the agricultural do-. partment. Tha United States at present produces one-fourth of the siigar It consumes the normal beet su-par output being l.OOO.Oyo tons and tho car.e crop about 350.000 lon Dr. Townsend said this season the output was reduced owine to the low pricc'of sugar, making production profitable. "Growing- of supar cane is at present confined to the states along the gulf jcoast," Dr. To.vnsend said. "However, growing of the supar is possible in some of the north and northwest states. The beet industry is capable of wide expansion and through experiments undoubtedly will enjoy a tremeiJ'ous growth. Irrigation is a big problem in western culture of the beet." The department of sgricultuie hopeg likewise to extend the pro--luctive area of cane through the researches in Georgia. "Could American producers compete with foreign sugar if sugar is placed on the free list?" was a significant question fl.ked by a high government official. AT MERCY OF GAMBLERS. "sugar, m us recent price per formance, is viewed with the same suspicion as is rubber, whic! iiounreu sKvarn as tne result 01 a British monopoly, "erntptv of Commerce Hoover believes the sugar-price boost is simplv the result of monopoly and V, .P 1 ?! Woman Al&o Assures Finder She Will Write Note of Thanks. ri,h",v Cony't., I'1"'.'. ( "i:.!-t WASHINGTON. -Mar. "Weil, what do you think of that?" asked Maurice Auerbneh as. he suiveyed "'l cents handed to him by an unidentified woman as a reward for finding her purse containing VMl and . a tailroad ticket to New York. The scene took place in Washington. When Auerhaih handed the purse to the woman she fumbled in her pocket a moment and then dropped .'!2 cents 'n his palm. "Here's a little reward," she smiled sweetly," and 1 shall write you a letter of thanks, too." Auerhach hasn't the "il cents, iho' gh. lie gave it hack. speculation. Through a special commission the department is investigating the foreign sugar situation and is interested in the stimulation of domestic production. As long as there is foreign control of anv raw materials, widely used in the L'nitvd States thi-' country wi:l continue at the mere of speculators and sharpeis over which the government can exercise little control, according to officials who are studying this situation, Ily KARL M. EL1S1I. i",,p right 1-133, liv 1. N, S.) MUNICH, llavaria, Mar. 23. 1 A lorgnl tiicaty between uermany Kus.iu, providing that Uer-I many and Ku-.sia shall go to war i aj'.ainst I'oland (Fiance's m litary .11 I hi the event that l-'rewh and ji.elgian troops advance further into Germany, is being circulated mi the Khinelai.d. it was learned I .oday. (. haneel'or Wilhelm Cuno, who me. here to confer with liavarian o, hcials, todav den od that any th treaty exists. He invoked the li U nuitional News Service to tell the American people, upon his own honor, that no secret treaty exi-ts h'tween Germany and i Russia enner military, commercial, nor olii Val. This declaration was made un der the most dramatic circum ! stances and beneath the stress of 'great excitement. This was due to the fact that revelation had been made to the chancellor that a former German army officer had offered lo the correspondent the text, of a so-called Russo-German "treaty." This "treaty" according to tne on icer, consisted of two parts. The sponsor was vague about his own connections, saying oiai. i.e uid work for various foreign embassies." DENTAL IMPORTANT From an international political viewpoint, Chancellor Cuno's denial was most important. It intimates that arrests will be made of certain persons (notably former aimy ouieersj, who have been cir cuiating reports that a treaty of alliance exists between Moscow and Derlin. The chancellor's declaration has a mos; lmtortant b.arimr rmnn in. ternationa: relations between this country and soviet Russia, secret comnart was PANTHERS HAVE SAY If the JIuly Jlosnry Panthers Jo not receive a niiy to - their open challenge to any SO- to tlii-pouml team they will claim the cliamiMinshlp of Oaytfin. For en mips write !. Manager Charles Hoczkiiwski, Hart street. All answers must be in by March "9 or we will nol aekriuw leilne them. ATTENTION GREYSTONES As we piny the St. .T hn's H. X. Friday niKlit the fo.iowing p!ayer arts to report at Barney Community center at 6:30: Ussat. MeMeekin. I Kleinhlens, Mesket, .Tones, Hogart, Aker and Street. I ssat take, notice. Tim firt signed Octobe- 20, 1922, by Nicolai i.cnin, ucoma Krassm, (ieo-ge icnitchenn, lYesident Ebert, of Germany; Chancellor Wirth (now I..,., I , M T t. lewnrui an j ;u. vvaitzan. it was said to be amplification of the Kapailo pact, which, was signal uunng tiij. international economic confe-ence at Genoa. rri. .... i i ue seconu secret compact was sai'i to ue a military agreement eased upon iranco-iielgian occupation of the Ruhr. This secom protocol fwmcn proposed war against Poland) was said to have been signed Jan. 1G last bv George Tehitcherin, Russian foreign mm i-ter; Baron Rosenberg, German foreign secretary, and General von Seek, a German military officer, whose status is doubtful but who special is credited with being in league with the militarists. iinrnn nunnrn tin trucks to be put UNtiYVj'OJ W3rUKl3 VVVJlvLJJ UN LINGENSE BASIS' Two-Cent Proposal Is Voted Down After Being Mauled in Lower Branch. AMENDMENTS OFFERED Vote Will Be Taken Today on Bill Creating System of County Highways. the was bill COLUMBUS. O., March 23. One-cent a gallon gasoline tax will likely he voted by Ohio house today. A two-cent tax proposal teaten yesterday but the was reconsidered immediately in an effort to gel it across witfr tbe tax cut in two. The bill was badly mauled and will limp to defeat ih tho senate or at tho handti of Governor Don- nhey, the vote in the housg show- !ng that a veto cannot ba overridden. llefore final defeat of the 2-cent proposal amendments to fix the ta at one-half a cent and at one cent and to reduce the auto tax to $5 were reiected. TO PROTECT PUBLIC. Representative Atkinson, minor it y floor leader, had an amendment written in requiring pumns at filling stations to be equipped with a glass chamber and measuring scale. o buyers could detect any short measure. The provision was blamed by some fur defeat of the 2-cent proposal, which received 59 votes to all against, but lacked a constitu tional majority. Proposal of Representative Taft, Hamilton county, to spi t the tax three ways between municipalities, counties and unimproved state roads was voted down. SPLIT THREE WAYS. Taft's amendment to hare 30 per cent to go to municipalities, 30 t counties and 40 per cent to unim proved state roads was adopted. Party lines were smashed on the final vote, while city and rural lelegations also divided. hollowing a vote on the gaso- tax this morning the house ROOKIES MAY E DEVELOPED INTO REGULARS DAYTON BOY WITH FORT WORTH Dodgers Have Number Promising Kids Who Possess Goods. of By GARRY SCHUMAKER CI.K.WUV.Vl'KK, Flu., March 2.1. While it In a llt too early for predictions, It Is nevfi'thelem entirely poH- sidim umt w uiiert Hotiinoon, mamwr or mo ni'ooHiyn Dodders, la in a lair way to diiplleate Ills notable achievement of the 11)22 trainlm; trip In tU-veloplnur lazny Vnnee. Hert Griffith Andy JliKh and IVcutur from untried in,, hies to regular of the front rajik Ih! I'laiix to retain for youths from tin .'pi.oi ne w iiu-ii nrk Inn out In r, line tx this morning the will vote on the Green bill to es tablish a system of county high ways and on the Drown bill making changes in blue sky laws. The Freeman bill putting motor busses and trucks under control of the state public utilities commission and establishing license and franchise taxes running from $44 to $300 a car was passed, 110 to 2. O.i ily iiml the leaning cuiullilatea nr showing Mil'fielent speed ti warrant tin; belief that they will be members ut i he eb.ih for an Indefinite period Two of them lire inflelder.n. They tire Hill Mullen mid Stuffy Stewart from Mobile and lilrmliiKham, respec-tiely, of the Southern Association J'h,' reiiK'iriliis pair, or at the most trio of elinibiis will l selected from live young pitcher, namely Paul Sohreiher Clvu'ley Ollingor, Clarence Hrown, llou me and Leo Dicker man. 1 iiikerntan, up from the Memphis ouii u. is Miowini? tne way n tne rent of them at the present moment Brown and Hehrelhcr were taken south last year and are much un proved moundsnieii. but probably wll 1" fi ned out by Idckernian and Vines also up for a Fecund trial from the llriilKeport elub of the l-asteru league, i 'liiiiii. r Is promising, but will do better fur another season In the sticks The veteran hurlers Grimes, Vance t'adore, Mamaux, Keuther, Ueoritr Wmith, are being brought, to top form early. Mullen at third looks like the best, of the vouni! infieklers. Stewart is being given every opportunity to make, guud at sreond base. Fred Sehleibmr, a young man from Little Itoek, has been working out at first base and getting by nicely. The position is very much open with fr ouriuer s ability lu carry on, unUer susiiU'ion. Jimmy Johnston, the most valuable ball player In the outfit, is slated to play shortstop, his fourth position since joining the Dodgers seven or eight years ago. Two young catchers. Charley Har- ! greaves trom .New Haven anil Hernie i reio, a semi-pro, recommenaou ny Jack Coombs, have made a decided hit and it Is altogether possible that one or the other of them, probabiy Harereaves, will catch on. To do so. he must displace Zach Taylor as third strong eat cher. Hank De lierry and Bun Bungling being the mainstays, I with l e lierry carrying most of the burden. The Dodgers are well nxed with utfielibrs and will be even more so when Zach Wheat signs a contract. With others, are Tom Griffith, tieri Griffith, Turner Barber and Hernie Neis. USE ATHETPfc. LFAiaTCtCtOUDvT RA.IN J ! 4 FRIDAY, MARCH 23. Ttiver stage at 7:00 a.m., Sunset today Sunrise tomorrow Ai'oonset tonight 6.4. . . 5:51 p.m. . . 5:!1 a.m. . .11 :3o p.m. 5th Alt tf I SthSiWayne &Terry s I Saturday's Spcfc ;CC3 at LOSS Spring Kcrxc B. A-Tte nkins' tUlemedj spring tocifir. borate ana pacjyttn- itnnnw hlntuto'Cnri'iril at. tir. port's' on! y . mm i3 mv National Wejgatfor Cassdics Syrup IfO.ii Jb'iNS... (orn Mile, Vim I ... Mil '.tweed X I ft timet J7euntam iKrzT-' Jen! Fff jiViti ' iTivcry Jf.ase of M i Ci Black Bcauijicr Q .!i4 Limi':', 1.-. ...i'.'--,.,.. v i-- r-i . i ttf,l a new s-ur. in lorty minutes. I II Vnnnin v.' 1 , K W ...... .... I , ?'i;..iai l.oo lIl'M., . .li'. ri.Jt, . : , FORECASTS For Dayton and Vleinity - Itain or snow ami colder tonight with imvest temperature about degrees; Saturday fair and cold. For Ohio Ka in and colder ton trht; Saturday fair in south and iiter.-as'ng elouiliness in north portion, possibly local snow? or rains near Lake Brie; colder Sunday. For I ml ana Fair tonight, colder In extreme southeast portion; Saturday fair and colder. Flying Washing ton - to-Day ton Route Ha In in east and ra n, possible cluing, ng to m:ihv, west of Hie iiuiuiuains; modcr ato to ftesli southwest sluftmg to northwest w nils up to l.liuo fn-t and tresn to strong westerly at a On Saturday the weather parti..' cloudy with m-Kii-ra'e winds at surface and fresh at o.OOO feet. Complefssortment of box ar.1 bulk 'Bter Candies at money saving prices. Try Jenkins' First. Jenkins' offers you : lent first quality gtee or CarvinT Knife, regular f 1 .00 value.. Satcrdav Only at r.aJenkins filled and JENKINS MAI Lj OUDEH SLItVICiJ will LeTad as sat- c ry as a jp. rsonal call. V-, h. ;'.". (. r thcyiails go, JENKINS will any mailable arti-1?. 'i.io dnv your order rea.'lifs us it is d. Add Tc"iftirh tiotcr PortarTe'B1 V-'iT Return in . iianze lJii--3rru. I'lH feet. will be variable Westerly GIANTS AND YANKS AGAIN FAVORED TO LAND ON TOP STEP Absence of Sisler and Daubert Will Handicap Browns-Reds. I rf.V J;. -a y M. 1 ; u- ' s'f' fr'V" i tM'k -Til ' SUNDAY SCHOOL DIAMOND NINES TO PLAY AGAIN Ben Piers to Be Judge Landis of Loop, Other Officers Elected. tl '71 1 1 t ju. i ax.. fr Ao wJ&OMQMl . . 1 1 n, vun nwsMfitrntustwrn mt JACK T.kV ENOR. One of the most promxin'i Gem City youngsters playing in minor league bancbtill is Jaek Tavennr, of the Fort Worth, Texas, team, Tavcnor received a trial with Detroit about a year ago, lut teas sent haek far more seasoning. There arc fetp players in the minors who can surpass Tavetwr in fielding, and if the loeal boy can connect more regularly with the old pill, there is little dou lit but that he will soon be on his way to greater glory and fame, lie is o iorsfop by trade, and a mighty street one at that. Wlth basket ball Bolnjr down tha ,ull. ba, ball will goon enter the II mo-ight of lulerest, The Sunday School eaKue will again operate on Saturday afternoon, and from all Indlca- on w II enjuy even greater success hail Inst season.. At a meeting held at the Y. M. C. A. cently, Hen J'lerg, head of the uTealion department was elected tho ludge Landis of the Sunday R.-hool i nrues. II s untiring work In behalf f clean ssirt, "has won a place for he director In the hearts of Sunday chool leaders, who are glad p have 1'lera directing affairs Wf C, Shado wan elected president of the loop, with vewton Stewart vice president and Hen Sebastian secretary. A A. itewart w 11 serve ass stant secretary, while N Jonen will uct In thi) capacity of treasurer. Claude Norrts. who has -been eon-nected with the Sunday nchool leagues or several years, has decided to tak a rest this year, owing to strcnuouH titles In basket ball. The league this year should prove to be stronger than ever this year. There will be a meeting of managers and captains at tm V. M. C. A. Friday, March 23 at . :3a o'clock. ! i '1 he managers of the following teams are urged to be present, also my interested not ment oned; Third street. Linden avenue, College street, 'Vntral church. Troy street. Trinity Lutheran. Oak street. Hartford 1. H.. Zimmerman, Second Lutheran, Home avenue. Fatter-sun Memorial The fficers will take their places and the schedule, by-laws tuul other business transacted. TI SAYS DAMON I Kunvon:! A STUDY OF FACES That Siki-McTigue Tangle Who's Champion of What? Story of a Strange Title The Status of Mike (Copyright, 1P23. by the Star Cot Study the faces of three of the heavyweight -contenders, Willard, Firpo and Floyd Johnson, as you see them in current newspaper pictures. Willard, the heavy-jowled, sulky- look ig, has dark eyes, dark hair, ho has Firpo, the serious, tmn-l.ppeu. t'irpo has an iron face, a "dead pan." smileless, grim. A lot of "cow 1 cks. bane of all mothers, prevents mm from putting h.s wire-like hair in order. Johnson, youngest, smallest of the three, yet a b g man, is a blond, and has blue eyes, light hair. His face is rounded, his features well cut, It is a good-nal tired face. It reflects youth, with the curiosity, the eredti-lousness of youth is hid expression. XKW YORK. March 23. Students Knirlish snort writers advanco thf of baseball form are getting down curious theory that Hauling Sik: did iiiiet but signicifant bets on ine t , hi t tlH f pKht heavy- ijiant sand ankee to repeat in n eir ,veiBi,t ehampion of the world to Mike McTigue because S'ki uiu not weigu came over here to lay the foundation for a match with Detnpsey. It was necessary to establish tfcorges as something more than a mere 1" potinif eit 7.en of France, so he was matched with Levlnsky for the light heavyweight championship of the world. L'p to that time the title hadn't heen 'oi-th a thin dime on the pugilistic ma riser. Carpenticr beat Ievlnfkl In four rounds, and ue,1 the "light heavy weight clinmp onship -of the world as a gesture of Importance In getting the match with Denrsey for the heavy weleht championship. Had Demnsev been able to make 175 pounds he would have won Georges' title when he flattened the I' ! i nchnt.m over In Jersey City. As It ms, Carpentler returned to France st Ml the Hghtwe alit champion of the world, whi'e your old frend, Levtnskv. 'ondly clung lo th shreds of tha title iu America. Dollar to ackinsAV-e Ti Any Crearn Fletcher's Castwia ,,,;.. ,2?,e Liquid Pine J$iT. 27e KonlcTi Cctarrh Jelly. .2,ir-l".f Norma .- '.!!. 25 Tanlac ML- Hypo Cod S.'.c Xerv-Vv'ort 70c Van E:;s Ibir Grower. . .fl."-! Oet's-lt Com Remover 27c Muvia Fare Powder. 3:k Pcpsjon 87c S. S. . S 70c Librsdol 59c 'Forhan'8 Tooth Paste. . .2-re rr;derit"t tWc Mi!k Em'.'I'vn 45e.03c Tori,!. Horlirk 's Uorl s Malted Malt' After the ! t tu v W J L I ij u II l-:i;:5 Jefo: -:;ay t: An JiUcil caridy laxative, pleas-triff to the taste but thomu h in i; cathartic effects. Iry it 19c to 39c We wo :-yr;;p !r i -'i-.i. Thei must sf'eitinii pivintr tonic to! su lercrs of nervous trodiler:' will steady your nerves and I whet your appetite. Come, in i and let us explain its qualities to yoj. :m s CIGARS I CIGiR,uETTES ! tobaccos! At everdav ru. rate pri.'es All: fresh Mock, priced to allow vou; a decided saving- on your ever','1 purchase. s Malted Food . . Food . . Fcod . Food .. MeHm's Food .. Dryco Milk .. Tiryco Milk . Mead's Dextri Mead's Dextri Fiti-.m Malted Hem :i Maitt-d Hento Maitfd oui! !)s Milk Nestles Fool Nc-th.s Food . Merck's Milk Ar.ti-Colic Nipples I lypoa Lotties HyycA Nirrlcs S o. N ir- crs . Ptrley Flour . Milk., Milk.. Milk.. .?2.65 ...69c ...33c .$2.46 6tc ...4.1c ,..57e ,..3Sc .$1.73 40c Maltose 53c Maltose... $2.29 Milk $3.0!) Milk 7'k Milk 3'ic f-unar .r)0e ?2.t,;J 5?c Surrar... CONDITIONS Unsettled weather prevails throughout most of the eastern half of the country and smith-central states with light, to moderate, precipitation general Temperatures have fallen in north-central and extreme northwestern sections. The thermometer readings are unite low in the extreme northwest with IS degrees below zero at l'nnce Albert, Sask. WAi. i iK J. MOXO.M. SUMMARY Record for twenty-four ho-;rs enrllng et Ttiri a.m. tO'iay and a comparison with tne average of the corresponding day over a pi-rioil uf the ia.it forty-one j ears: Temperature Noun 7 pm. 7 am. Drv bnlii ,-,,' 1,1 "7 U'.-t boil) .'I F.0 S'3 Uelative humid. ty ',):! 11 h'J Average today, ; normal, 43. Lx'vss since Jan. 1, fi5. lliglicst, HI ; lowest. 37. Hi)iet--t this day in forty-one yearS, fi.'! in i'juT. Lowest this day in forty-vnc years, iss.i. Precipitation (In Inchi-s) Total preceding "I hours 01 Avi-raae for II yi ars in s day 11 Total amount since Jan 1 ".No li.ficiency since Jan. 1 70 OBSERVATIONS (Taken at Stun a. m . seventy-fifth meridian time.) respective leagues this season, i ney seem lo feel that both New York lubs are the surest thing since r-onzi came a cropper anu are even bu,u6 so far us to offer odils on tne uiants igainst the field in the National .e.igue. , . Leports from the southern training amps have had an abld ng Influence upon the siecu:aiive instinct oi ine i.roailway sharpsnoo.ers, tne uisauu.iy of tic-orge Sisler of the Browns and .lake Daubert of the lieds, having been deemed of such grave Importance as to be regarded as a determining factor in the races even before thev are started. As matters stand, neither Sisler nor Daubert is expected to play ball until the. middle of .May, which represents m slight portion of the strength of the principal contenders. The natural tendency to bet on two champs to repeat has been Increased accordingly. The Giants, of course, are strongly favored in whatever pre-scason betting ,s being done. They Are regarded as. having unproved their chances by the addition of Jack Lentley and .limmv O'C'onnell, representing il40.ui.iu vf tuiiior league promise, and with the comparative youth of the club as i whole are expected to "cake-walk' through the race. i ddly enough, the Pirates and not the Keits ar favored for second place in spile of tha latter's impressive rush that landed them In tho runner up position in the last few days of i he 11122 campaign. .Money cast upon the Yankees' chances Is plentiful enough,, but la not compat.ble with the returns from New or cans, which nave tne lanas iook ni Iikl' a uerfectly good second divi sion ha I club. Ine gammers, now- ever, realize that the lluggms outfit is notorious for its late start ng anu further inspired by the injury and ill ness of Sisler are inclined to lay pre se.isor. odds on the Yanks whenever and wherever a bet can be made in. This, of course, is great nonsense. The titleholder's weight made no difference as long as the uitilendor was w thin the limits of the ritv sion It Is well known that MVTigue. a middleweight, could not bring himslf much beyond ICO pounds if he stepped on the scales wear ng lead pads The light-heavyweight mark stops at 175 pounds. For example, li Kenny loonaru shouio go nto the ring weighing 1 M pounds, against an oppo.mnt who we.gheil ltlii iKiuntis. or unoer, anu Leonard lust a referee's decision he would also losu his title of lightweight champion. If McTigun is an American citizen the writer is inclined lo question the contention that his v ctory over Siki docs not affect Oene Tunney's title of licht-heavywetght champion of America. The light heavyweight title was Invented some years ago out on the Pacific coast, and was first wm by Bob l-'itzsimiixms in a bout with Heorge Gardner. The title was so synthetic that Utile attention was paid to It be Fitzs.mmons, or any one else for a long time. Light-heavyweight champions were really elected by the box.ng writers for quite a spell, The title meant nothing. Jack Dillon of Jndlanapol s wus culled the light -heavy Weight champion for some years, but Dillon never bothered to exploit the honor. v hat was left of the title In Levln-Mry's hands wasn't much, to be sure. i ut there was enough to make a few press notices of Levlnky's meeting w to uene lunney. The latter won oyjr the Itattler. woo is proiciniy still surprised over the f'n.tnciul returns from a title that he often uspd to forget he owned Then Hary Oreh beat Tunney, and lunney beat Marry Oreli. so Tunnev s ended tin' light heavyweight cham-oi"n of America. In the mnuiiime over In France 'he wild S-negn'ese, Balling Sikl licked Georges Carpentler, and became litr! t heavywe'ght champion of the v o- d Mi'Tlgue whipoed Sikl nitl McTigup now . holds the queer, misshapen title, no matter what the Kiiglish say. Hut tho writer s point Is this: If MeTlcue "s an American citilen i ml he wins a word's title that o'lgl- -atcd in America, that was trans-'erred to Ft a nee through the defeat of an" American Ivhv ran they hob) out Anierw'a from the dom ain of h's chank- ' onship ; What Is a world's rhamn'onshln inywav, f Tunney can c'Ji'm the I amplonshln (if America. S'ki the ' amp onship of France Ted-Kid - chnmpionsmp of , KnjtWWl ,,ll SO Oil , " ( EMERSON TEAM TOO GOOD FOB COURT RIVALS Capture Grade School Title by Trimming Washington With Ease. The Emerson basket ball five ran-the champioiishlo of the erade schools yesterday, at the Y. M. C A. sytn, by reg'stering an easy victory over the strong Washington school tlintet. In !hi tnn n i? in 1 From the start, It was evident that the losers would not be ab e to steo with the unbeaten Emerson lads, who played together In superb fashion throughout. Llmhert whs the indivi dual star of the game with l!) out of 27 points to his credit. Fdison fin shed second In the finals, while Washington '.aKes intra mace in tne standing. In the preliminary Franklin downed Lincoln ' to 6. The tilt was in doubt all the way. Frank-in Lincoln and B-own are now tied for the leadership. . ranklln (7). M O aughlin . , , Campbell .vans Xe 1 Kelster , F.eld duals V. Carter (2). Catrni- bell, Kcister. Foul goa s Jacobs (2), Kvnns (2), Krister. (27), Pos. Washing. (1). H.F Voehringef I-F. Jones C , Eickmnn 1 A ! Ankany L.i White substitution lohnson for Elckman. Field goals Llmhert (8), Reams (2). Johannes (2t. Foul goa s Limbert (31, Voehringer. Keferee .Marquardt and Fleat. alternating Pos, ,1U'. . R F... ..a... R'3... . L. C, . . . Linco'n (6). C. Carter , ....K Carter .... McCirtain , Hurros Jacobs Emerson ''ramus ... Limbert ... fohannes . Itrennen , , .evine MiCCETSCOP Bomberger Midgets defeated tha 'tigh street Juniors by the scora of 12 to 11. Greger made six straight f tils and one - field goal. Lehman followed closely with one field goal and one foul. Massman played best or the losers Stations i,ov lligh.Wind.Pr'n 4'lc 13c .4c .21c-42c I S3 I nwikninil -Hi GSGKESSHTLY LOCATED 3ka&i'i raaygtiitrTavj Atlanta 74 I 'hirugo :I2 ,r, t . . ,1(1 Cincinnati iiS 61 .. .10 DAYTON 87 St 12 .04 Denver 18 ;:2 in lietroit liS f.t II .02 Haiti ras ',S 70 .Jacksonville .... 6S S2 Kansas Cv ... us ;;l . . .fi Little Rock ;al 72 10 .O'i ls Angeles .... 52 72 Madison IS 40 .. .IS iel! t ine Hat . . t 4n 21 .K Memphis 4u 70 It .7S Miami "'( 78 10 .IS Nashville -II i; .. .42 New Or. cans ... (10 71 New York :s ISO 18 Pittsburgh r.O CO 20 .14 St. Louis 2S C2 10 Suit Lake 32 ?.S .. .30 San Francisco . IR r,s St. Ste Marie .. 10 SB .. .0b Sea i He 411 ,Mi 3 0 .4 Spokane lit fa( , . Tampa 7n SO Vii'kslmrif to 72 Ti .81 Winnipeg u 22 Hi ,01 MERCHANT JRS. WIN The Fpeedy West Side Juniors met and defeated the F.road--v Cadets by the one-sided score of II to 6. The pame was fast and exciting with Huff. K nney, and lardio starring for the Juniors. Next Monday at Jefferson school the Juniors will meet the same ituin-tot and expect lu again teach them CRIQUI OUT OF LUCK NEW YORK, Mar. 23. Eugene Criqui, featherweight champion of Lurone. will arrive here tomorrow only to he infottned Johnny Kil-bane will not he allowed., to box him for the world's title at the I'olo Crounds, June 2. Kilhano's title has been declared vacated by the New York State Athletic commiss'on, and he will r.ot be granted a license to box here. Chairman Muldoon announced. He further stated that if Criqui wishes to challenge for the championship he can seek a match with Johnny Dundee whom the commission recognizes as the title holder. FALCONS WIN TITLE The Falcons won the So to fO-pound championship by defeating the Apaches bv h score of 19 to 16 The first half ended with n score of 11 to 1 wi ll ihe Falcons leading. In the second half the Apaches came back strong, but were mit able to overcome the lead which the Falcons always kept. Shields proved to be the thorn n the side of the Apaches, while Frerer followed close, The Falcons claim the HO to 90-pound chnmplon- ish'p. Tho Falcons will not book any The lineup and sum- Apaches (16).. Oroban ... llosensweet Blum So'ly Fleece i. Feerer 2, 3. W ner 1. of li, I'lacke 1 2 out of 3. Finally along came Battling levins-ky, who got a twelve-round decison over D lion, a -,d whose manager. Dumb Dan Morgan, began placing some stress on the title. Levlnsky and Dillon did not make weight on t ha t occasion, bin Dillon thought so lit tl of the matter that he didn't dispute"' Battler's claim to the title. "to Lev nsky wore the "Be.. for some years with no one ReFfms. excite,! about It; then Georgies wtrpenlier DAYTON - RED more games mary: Falcons (19) Pis. Placke n. F. I'eerer 1 )".... N'eff C Shields n. 1... Perdue L. ' Field Goals Shields Werchant jGroban 3. Itosensweei r inns r e-rei' a tun dut of 1, llosensweet SKQP1.V. Tex With Eddie CoPlns ng of second basemen, and Willie vaium the flOn.Oun third baseman in he lineup for the first time this year. e Chicago WhMe Sox were ready for e renewal of their spring series with the New York Giants, ut San Antonio today. - M Mb M lkv 1. f I, IZHZj 31EAST SECOND STREET tf jWW.-WWil' ffFOtvlBUSINESS SATURDAY V5T All -PIQUA AND SIDNEY AR BUS LINE aturday- W H 1 ' A tion Hotel or te Hotel otel wagner FORMATION NORTH BOUND Beginnpgp f ijf T nntro frSiTrf An M vjpi Jkvrv v J "'Ir J yCars Leavejlroy lI S Cara Leavef P fiIrW fi cars Ljav Sidney Xxi S PONE IN FOT EasterriyiTime SA S A " Leve ue'ytoo ii '6.00 i fJF iO.u I :.oo. li.uo j ; i yi i 1 i j Leave Vandalla I 1tj3f'iOl5V.30l10.3Ci11.30 t.30; Leave Troy !20 7 m fjr3 10 001 1'-C012'D3f Leave Plqua IhlfVjAyZilft'.WWJft)1 1!!25 1.25! Arrive Sidney 'm JM9mwm.6Z5i I.Bjl Ily i l I 1 11 Eastern Time i . All 0' .i5 t.a.. i0 o.J3, w.SMiltf.ai) li u U.a M .6'.4.m I I ! !! ! II 1 I I I T...;12' 6.2317 23 0.23: i I I I I P. M. 1 Oo i.OO 3.iOi4.uw,o.Oi.,u.uij l.Wb.M, D.OJ K. oO 11.00 ! I I I I ! I I t 1.30 2.30 3 .30 4.30 5.30 6.307.3O 8.30' 9.30.10.30 11.30 i - - i I 2l00i3.00 4.00 50:6.00:7.00.3.00 9.00 10.00 11.00:12.00 I i I ! - I t I- - .25 3.25:4.28:5.29 6.25:7.0,85 9.25 105 11.25j12.25 2.55j3.554.55;j5lV557.558.59.55jl0.55l1.5512.55 SOUTH BOUND P. M. Leave Sidney . . Leave Piqua .. Leave Troy .... Leave Vandalla Arrive Doyton . I 21 !3 9.23 10.23 11. 21, 1Z23I I I 6.43 7.43;8.4BI B.43 10.48, 11.43 12.43! : I ' ! ' I I i 32 ,7.15 8.15,9.15,10.13,11.15 12.15! 1.151 I I I I 7,501 ".50 9.'0 10.50,11 Jl 13 50! 1501 .14' j. .. l. j .litt. 9.531 .0.63 I I I I 1 I I I I 13i2.23 3 .23 4.23 5i3 8.23 7.23,8JJ3i 9.23' 10.23 11.23 I 1.43 2.48 3.48 4.48 5.48 6.43 7.40.8.43 9.43 10.43 11.4 I I t I II I 2.1513.15 4.15j5.15 6.15 7.13:8.15 9.15,10 15 11.15 12 15 II I I I I I Ml 2 50 3.50 4 B0 8 91 6 5Q 7 50 S.M 9.50I1O.5011.E0 ia We make connections for Cincinnat , Spr'ngf ield, Columbus, ZanCiVJle, Newark, Cambridge, . Barnesville and Wheeling1, West Virginia. -.tray? ermxf7!pqpria u lesson. - ,. - t .

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