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Wichitan Messenger from Wichita, Kansas • 8

Wichita, Kansas
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Page Eight THE WICIHTAN-MESSENGER CONFERENCE HELD IN WICHITA (Continued From Page 1.) game for the scrubs. Doughty played like first team man. This was the first time he had played with the scrubs and he showed his worth ns football player. ENII) DEFEATS WICIIITA (Contenued from page 3) Wichita made fourteen first downs to Enid's ten first downs. Both teams did punting equally well.

III. Concrete program for, 1919- 1920, IV. Recreation in charge of Fair-mount College Y. W. C.

A. Estes Bark Banquet, First Methodist Church 0 p. under the auspices of the. Ladies Aid Society of that church. The Shining Trail.

a pageant worked out by the girls of Wichita High School will be given Saturday evening at the high school. All the high school girls are invited to the meeting. Louise Shirk, ex '21, is attending Hardin College at Mexico, Mo. school girl, exhibited by Wellington High School. The American girls bookshelf, exhibited by Winfield High School.

The American girl's room, exhibited by Emporia High School. The 100 per cent health program, exhibited by Hutchinson High School. The American Indian, exhibited by Haskell Institute. II. Committee council hour for girls.

imamjDGS The line-up: Bright student in English class: Bunyan and his wife were married without even a spoon, Pat I say, Mike, and what would you do if you had a million dollars? Mike Id have a longer handle put on this shovel, so my hack wouldn't get so tired. Wheeler; Wheeler for Cochran. Officials Iteber, referee; Van Patten, umpire; Mapes, headlincsman. Well, said the old sick aunt, despondently, I shant he a nuisance to you much longer. Oh, dont talk like that.

Aunt, said her nephew reassuringly, you know that you will. i Irate Gentleman (whose hat has been knocked off- hy a hall) Be careful, young man, or I shall swallow you whole for breakfast. Urchin Jf did yd have more brains in yr stomach than got in yr head. Casey, said Bat, how do vez tell th age of a tu-u-rkev? ()i can always tell by the teeth, said Casey. By the teeth! exclaimed Bat.

But a tu-u-rkev, has no teeth. No, admitted Casev, but Oi have. W. II. S.

PLAYS TOPEKA (Continued from page 3) as the Wichita cpiarter-back but is ranked as one of the best in the northern part of the state. In this game it will be brains against brains, and the better and quicker thinkers will win. After the defeat of last week the men have been waiting to get a chance at Topeka, said Coach Gardner before the team left this morning, and I expect to see the hardest fought game we have played this year. Lawrence defeated Topeka last week and Topeka is determined to win this game. For this reason.

I expect to see a hard fought game. Next Thursday, November 27, Wieh ita closes the 1919 football season. The Thanksgiving game will be played at Pratt. It is most likely that this game will decide the championship of Kan-! sas. Pratt has lost but one game this! year, and that was last week when Kingman defeated B.

II. S. by a score of 33 to 3. Wichita High School has a record equally good. gn mi im tin im un nn mm nl ATHLETICS I I jit wn hi mu- mi mi mi mi un nj W.

H. S. FACULTY IS TO HAVE BASKET-BALL TEAM The Clothes The Turkey The Wichita High School faculty is planning to have a basket-ball team this year. Coach Greyson Gardner is to organize a team shortly after the first of the month. The team will be chosen from the following: Coach Gardner, Glover, Michener, Thiers, Woodard, Dotzour, Fee, Woodin, Hopkins, Bobinson, and Young.

Already a challenge has been received from the Winfield High School faculty, and a game will be arranged within the next few days. Other games will be scheduled as soon as the team is organized. SECONDS MEET DEFEAT AGAIN Of course, we cant supply the turkey. Were not in the turkey business. But listen! We have got the clothes and can fit any figure.

Better come in today and look them over. A. V. L. SCHEDULE (Contenued from page 3) will meet one of the strongest alumni teams that has ever played.

Such men as Lovelace, lolski, Meeker, Moore, and Yonngmeyer will be seen in action. Every one of these players were stars in their day and they will have one of the best teams that has represented the school since the good old days of sixteen. Seven letter men will report at the first call. Besides this material Coach Gardner will have many other men to choose from. Several stars from other schools are enrolled in W.

II. S. this year. Elmer Ilefke is captain of the 1919 backet-ball team. The Wichita High School second team suffered another defeat Tuesday, November 18, when they were defeated by the heavy Cheney team hy a score of 28 to 0.

The scrubs outplayed the Cheney team until the latter made a touchdown. Doughty jind Leu played the best Quality Corner Market at Douglas Even an innocent man must take ordinary precautions to defend.

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