The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas on February 23, 1927 · Page 8
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
February 23, 1927

The Iola Register from Iola, Kansas · Page 8

Publication:
Location:
Iola, Kansas
Issue Date:
Wednesday, February 23, 1927
Page:
Page 8
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 8 article text (OCR)

AViiHierijT^kfe !ii Gallic anq HcadBa,|Wh| (t M n IN Lead Ejarjy Are Neve en Losers ririviiiK iiy<!(l 1)11H III! •IS ail tb Hit Baskkj ilK' i)i'M ItuHJottbiill It )i| II;IIH! I(|C(|| Hi* il'r<>Hl)ytfiluiiH| SI iiif 11 ufrlitM Ojf. llin-t' BiimcM • fil|> ihv k'liiiiii|>l(inN|ii|i n.r t iinili h-i (?iic .j 'lift tiije wliiMd- Sfik'H Will l ^fx " T-lic yliuri |iRui- lov iig cupj TakliiB lie lea l| oarly in I PdJiuv tlio XJclfiodlsls ili'vcr lost T .v*-iir, till' .Mi-lliod tcaniSj hyuRliu biit tlu' Pr<K- .Mvcnidii uiiabH to liit the liMS i !iH(i I 1^' Aiiiiifcrs were alu Jn fl at tlip ( uarltr. ' • Jhe MetlipdiBtb-stepped up to ;to-:X ip id a th4 Half, but «i t. Uiq opehink otitbe itbird period t le J ji -soyienauH counted and show d iWiis of rifx^iviiigJ:'A snappy rally bfi *l,he Melliodisjts soon aft lirouRhl thej leud tb 22 to 12 ail IliH tSiird quarter ' closed. Ea(|h f(i|o;ni (i'ountled sj.v poiutsj in the clpi iiy; (fuarti-r. i ! I Funjk of i Hie .Molliodists an Ombolil <if|th|; Presbyterians 1i<d p h gh point! lioiiors witii nil" points cadi. 1 ' ! j Iio Box ScMirc. !. jllio Box Sc( liotfc H:*nk.| f •nzu'. x; -1 Ait'ir .'.K vr. - 4 fTotal I irrp>il»ylerla:tis !(lsi) Curtirt. f L-:.i _.J. Clay. 1 . Tj-ouiboki. I' I'ml.: s Oirlu|rrv R Sleepi'r. K - —(--•-—1 •'G 1. (I 4 0 0 0 s 'rotpi>-..,.| BlLLEDlTONI(?Ht \Vit)i the .V'tliodiffts lioldinK th of llic lu-o tl'torlcw il'.H-ossary I tf. in ilic Vuji;lh(i Ki'^ond gauicv ii< t ill played ai 7 olcjot k. toniRht at liH jiiiilor IIIRII |si}lJool: B.vtn. If the .Mctho( ist;s|wiii thisi'VcMi: tlipy i>vlll jl)f('i)ime pos.scssor* lliij ciij • u-li.ll'e if tli'i I'nrshylfi yfln.' aiJot'liVr saijiu will' liav I'T 0 1 1 . 0 0 FT 1) 0 1 1 0 0 0 ' Sellings Lots 1^ Sellinpr lots to I'uturp ilionip- niabprs I); IIIM > Je <is UlUunl, lornier lieaTj-nefghl rinimpiitii, lilrtnred uhotp, niukps Ills llv- Inir ID LOS Aiii?eli*s the<e dajs. Hcports hiiic >Villiird doin^ very well Iii real estate. BASEBALL IS WARMINGUP IKIOLANOW I*aul KcKcly SuKifcsicd as Semi-Pro Leader-—A Meeting to Fofni a I .ieaKue to Bel Heid Soon. | I'aiil Ifcpiy of ihi' I^-liit;li IVirl- iTand Ccniiint conipany, niailaKir hi iUi' haseliall LIU!) Ifcn- lw|) yisns ifitt, liai been iiiiniiiiatcd | liy at j Ica.-it one lolii fan as manager of i :|[ si'ini-profes.sional li-aiu t<ir lula. In a letter to IIK- ({(•Bijdcr tii- ilay. C'orbctt W. Tiioinp^^on. .'iir! jiasse't, says: "I would ililie to |cp a real l)all t-luli. ln-re pn I(da. i l>ui it wouldn't III' a bad idi-a to have a twiliglit leasue in ( rder to projiuce some houH- talent JIS well s a few stars in the neari future.' IS be iplayiid. LlflOOLqiRLIS CRACKiMARKSMAPil ."liCaKO. Feb.; 2:1. <At 'i -The, v: II lijf'r "Suri- iihoti .Mary" now ajt h: Review' hjieh {»chpol be< ause y> ir old." .Mary U'arjl. seeking a CI IT. C niarkkinaiis medal sliok ti i> out of it ]rqssihlc 500 with ai tiiy rifli' to wiin hioL only th <!gei but f^iur liolibr liai s as well. Fori-tlie niedal slie hai to couiilt jli S'l out of litioiijrone shot.'--, bu i-hei-k showejl bvery ry good iiikteaU of niakiliK:4"» oiitjOf .vpos| (ii lie KiO toiwiii lier firist liar ."hi ni ide ;a periectj scare 'a'nd repeat <'i while triiuR) foi'i a 90 and i\v fl.'s to win. the" pther jcoveted bart BOXERS WILL ARRIVE HERE IN FEW DAYS I Everything Is Set for Big I Legion Uglit at Memorial l^all Next Tuesday! Night. ' One week Ironi last ulslit two liiBli ' class . bo.\ers, Floyd llowers 'of CIii.iaKo. 111., and .f<ihnny Washier of Tort Si-otI, will throw leather at t-adi oilier in llie main event jnf the l.euion s boxiiiK program to I be held at .Memorial hall under the jauspii;es of thi! Leslie ,1. Campbell I post, .\ineri> an f.i'Kion. ] .Matchiuaker l.!ob Fry is stuKins ! his first tio.viiiK uuili-li under the i rules and laws l;iiu ilowii; liy tlie ' bo.xliCi: '••ummi'-f ion nK Kalisas. .Ml ithe IlKlilers. reltref. the seconds, idiysic'.ans and limek<-eper will be . Iiiens<'d and all lilatihcH will, be; I i,'"ndurted iiudi-r the newly made I rules aiid jiaws. I iioth th|- headline,rs are in fine shape and! ••rarin>;"^1o KO. WaKiier lia" been ID traiiiiiiB for llie melee at Fort Siott while Mowers, wlio comes from the veteran Sam Kramer's stable of flgbli'rs. i .s trainin« in Kansas City. Hoth liKJjters will eeuip li"re;the last of the; week. .Another feature event is that he- rwipii Kansas Kid Kiisjer of Chanute and F.iRhtini; Burcliell. .\eode- sb:: mitten 'wtelder. ICaster is -ho slraiiKer to lola fcbt fans. haviiiK fouj;bt here before-. He is a clean boxer, who call liotli "pileh" and "•catch" and "FiKhtinc" Uurcliell is saii! to be a fine match fur him. They will rare each other for si.\'rounds un- BAT TLEpFBR^Il^S PiMsburgj Favor Of THURSDAYIS ET AS DAT Viifiting Squad ;d as JkVihnei* Grappling Match. . rftsbiiri;. I'ittsbur will pi seu.son T ^e iansL S n this way it would be a iWay to '•CP ('.own liiph salaries amj would ; :ve tola a eliaiice .to keep (a team t ofns the whole sciasou. Ij would' .sUKKesl Paul Fegely as pi gooti ' KiiiaKcr for l!i2" lola apparently is gettingj d uji over baseball, and a lythiUK wi^iildn'i vl>i' a bit surprisin^. It is 1 lidcrsiood that at least one ••ii'in- paiKii has' been launched ior tin jaisiuK of. funds for a semi-pro- tjessional team, and it is l|elievi'd , that'this campaign is briiiKJii.n. re iilLs. [ At pr-sciit. il '••eenis certapii tliat . One of the opening in; Chess Touriiameht at .\e\\l Austria (lelli. and J. K./'a Emporia Te4 iches at the Intcriiiitional arand Master's (Vork Was belvieyil Kudolph Spielmann. of| liablaiic;!. o!' Cuba. : U'<inder wbiise move it is?' Romp Mq ch^rs and Wichita rrily Along in Games TcJu 'hcT.s Defeal liclhdl. \Vhi|c J^oiiJ h Western Fjillls Before Wichita I'niversitv llola not only will' have iij 1 r-jfessiinial 'cam. but tiiii t >wii will ha.-e a twilight liiih will be above the .a JMans semi- i I tbej l''a'.;ui', lerage. Bethel are beius tormulat;ed for' .meetiiig soon at whicli tij |HIS industries of the city li'prcsenled. At this mei'tiiif^ ill be'discussed and an ! liient proliahly will ' lie I'cri'by a iwiligiit im •ague will be opened here i H'S weatlii-r permits. vai - 1 ivill be . plans ' agr<'e- iji:ai,'he'l j iistrial ' s soon UNIORS DEFEAT COLONY 16 fro 6 'I'll.' lola jiiiiior high team trimmed Colony's junior Itigh team ; (H tlie junior liigii coiiri yei^ier-lay ' llti .1) 'i. Till' lolii' si|uad took an early' lUid an I was nev«T in diti gcr of' li'illg Iliad«'d. I^olo.iy wu^ Kent llroiii scor;fnK in IIH- I'rsi hal wliil ila coiiiiied 7-points. "I'ln- '•iKuiv 'am maiiagi'd to gi't two ixuiits tjlle iliiiil (piailer <in Iree iiiows nd ill the lust iiiiarler '(doiiy Aiade lour iiior^' pcints. < .Sharpu of lola was lii^li witli rivi- I ^uiints. . IIUMBOLDT TRIMS ERIE 29 TO 19 Five in (iamos ilMaved in I' Vansas C'onDerencei Last Ni^ht. Ktiiporia, V<\). 2"'4-(Spcdiall—Twj) leam.sro L 4 1... t.' . 1*..-.' I'.. II : iiiiifci'encW Im .sifi .'lbail race vict(iri(;.s. Wichita held Southwestern ;;5 to 21, \vh led nierrir last night Ion to sec- le Empov- t rimming ly along in the Kaii.sa.s by .virtue "of conferencli ond place liy, defeating ia Teacher.-^ took a firiiicr gnj) on tliiid |)lace ;bv el 50 to 2:5 at' Neiton. ; : | -:• .Wiciiita. al.tliough a present in M'II'IHI plari'. can not h ipe to finish I(i-tl( r':!i;jn lliird. iinle is Pittsburg leamie leiiilers. or Kiiip M'ia. drops a i;;iiiic. H iill iliri'"' team.s go.tlii-oiigh the je:;i;-it:i!( !• of llie sCasi n uillioiit a il'hal. Kuipona will fininh first. I'l'!?,.liurg ieionil and \Vicliita third. i.isily <;eorgi-;Co\, li'iolii'il to ri-r Legion iio.\ing slow li Tuesiiay. wiju-s lluil In- reason in llie wiul'i wl| should iiol siagi' a li;:lil c; lucinth. which wi|ll y.:\\ t!i. can l.egioii for Sr.-; troulil ihi' sl.nic Ui'iiil d |MI>. wliii In-.; ills|.laviil ler tin ;>i>-s liii're! i--iri do in .l! liiat Vi^iils V. il! ^'-1 a' I" ^1 Hon II ul I'liper liao I'i'lNliiirg. a vfiirled a r uliirli iydetolid to iiilei^r-lhi'.: Iiic'detits iiertaiiiiiii: to bull. rnder'>l:iiid, the piiper !<• not ll:niii:r il> eiiipli .jrv tlie'-e iirtiui* bill i> askini: i^:r Ulimboldl. Feb. 2:!. iSpe iinboldl added- another g:i lie, win cidumn at Krie last llefeating Krie 20 to Ul in :anie It was Humboldt's .ictory m-er Krie.' "tali's of lla.ts :1<IIM'- IIJ.' spi<rl fans and baseball •iali me io i night, i a fast I Liecoud ! • " • I to the er>. 'I he lleirNler i> nkutder- 5na h»\\ many l<ila v|Hij-| ii.l- lonrrs hate a good iiiil-t!iii< .-.e I'i.v • lirMj i-.>! Iio^ lola: 'i eii.b; .\iiii-ii \V .;li- |h is l,e , 'III llKlll.- uurbl lll'HS. III mil. Till : i- ilhi result of difrereiice in Die iiiiiiil)er of gai W'ieliii.i hii.-' I wo gaiiiij's i;mpori ! iiooki d. M hii lia.. one . .\ti' r Vrusliiug ll:lll'ls ot wieH. \V. •\f:ir\ s I'v Kiiipori ililiiiiii caiiii Mary's l;i><T night, di ta 2 -1. .\!.Pli I intliaiiy 27 to Hi jii liindsboig 1.1,-1 uiglii: in a conleri vicliiry won loophij capijtalizing whe^ riicy were tli|i! : cheiis when Is Undefe^^t^d, \an.. Feb. 2:: <Spi| ; State Teachers ice their brawn stikc for a second when thev niee dial I f;rtip- ahd tijiiie the Kmooria Yeljowjacket's team i^n Ihe local gymnaijiuin Thursday ni les favor thii' Ki The Ctorillas were bett The on winning i Hiet C. of|E. rece Hmporia State hey met: tlie^ coi Pittsburg-C. df mali-h Wave i^hc (Jorillas a 2fi whil from C. I'isifin. How- took' the point cisiojis. It I odds an equal] Prt'sbyte margin the Vellowja )f E. by a 20 to ver. the i two I numberiof falls-, ians. Pittsburg":] must not favored K. nieel. Th eled ers. on fl man Whe i Teachers sevi |by:car tn ;were sho -l one nian wlio p iheiigil le list, aiid pittei inja cia4< above jhis, w< 11 they ni man was in gc Dc pe also f s t 1 oxperiei ce. The;Yellow ; kets i fion The) j coai lof tl • lend i <"oi I seve^i ; light [les booked. ie>,s than Pittsburg baye at 1 last yea have e.xtlended their fit ; activity !diirinf{ to II e .Missoii made a bavi : airni^ist th" I; 1. Lyman e pro-w some ad ich O. Id heavy ia«n pleaver; .\ugijsta: (U(eal 'I'' at the; aellels last ; back at St. i •leal jug St. rson defeat - ; thai III cliaNliig a II ball ariMinil a gall i l.llse- «riie I nun |ila.\- .\ t'.w tiiiin;. il.i>-. like! vesicrilay •A ill b>' sjipjiiiix oiil ;;!'!• r working h'iiirs aiKl hall ipi shake a ( o! ihi ir briglJi. siitishiny ] lid I'veryoiiP ; at iiiooii or i niih a glove w kinks out i story Mi> Ihi'ir stories ivill be coinrd by the tlie Kegislcr. sleetev, . itarnihl ".piirlN edflor of !jl|iTop of I World tn M :if ALcixET is temporarily a least sitiiingion the top of tht •Wi rid.;' Hl^ vlcf^orj-over Jack De la lej- jkceps him tn the spotllgh as a probable cjouionder fir Gem Ti nney's title. It is said ths^'t Jim Maloney rei VeditSS.boo |a!>' lis ond of ihS JCtinjB with Dela ley. MalouP!J wiuld jliave hap |c fishf fresh ^r <^lhp Bcc^mulateil^ tljat , Thejcareir olf Ji least his coniehiclj p nih ilo.ry andj wjiil is more siir prliilnfi;, It's, trite, [ X year ago ai thfp time Jim Ma lojiey y.-as piSdd Ink twr^d ijlty nqstoi niakinj; an;^lhi year otit of |li. sell a lot o wis^, to hav profit. n Maloiiey, a Is 'niore or les Turns! FisK flsh in the c'ul and he wasii' iigj^ike U5.«00 Pedcl^r o^al s^art as ail A FTER a Isemiat Bm'aleur. Maldnjey turned prA and for 4 time mcL withUho samf Then' csne a secies o jguccess. reverses ,. "Kirsjt was a |kii|)< kout by Kin Solomon.! ntjveri rc);.- rdid as a stilf •puncher, j A decis ve trimming af the; h^nds bf ^ack_5harkey tolj lowed.j I i Disgiisted with his showing, Malouey cAiuojto ho conctusioii that he was nptl i tg but "Bsh' . for|tlie othelr h^avy urelghta. so figured he j^hould tije a su'ccess_t i thai bilsine.ss. !; (getting hlmsell a booth Inon^ bt theinostoii jma'ttet8.{he begab liell ngj ifish jitistea I of being on* i 'A new manager 1^ tiiel person «t TiaA Carrolli who boasts a persui - sivej line ol| cbattek talked .M^- lon^y iiito blelijvii^ that be tvatij notliing sljort «r and gO;t his tdnsept.t the riut;. Upsets Rickard's Plans TJX giving thought to the unearlh- ^ iug of an opponent for Gene Tniuiey. Te.v IJickard never'con­ sidered Mr. Malouey ol South llosirtu. He was positCvejhj had discovered sm.h a person li\ Harrr Pcissoii. one of jihose J foreign champions, whirli vyould give the bout an international flavor. .\ .match with jjim Maloncy aialusi .Perssoii was rcga.rdcd as II ere biiildiiig up for a cliainpion- •slip contest. Just ailiitle iUtckard (billyhoo. ' 1 I ; .\s it happened, Maloney completely upset. Kiikaril's plaiis by do-: klvely defentiiiR Pqrssonil thereby from lUlckard rdiig recoKtiitioii and cuttiu^ himselt!in forla lot of ili^ugh. ' • in biokslas it his next bout vould' be atlhe Yankee Siadium with Jadt Kharke.v. 4ilio Is soon to ini^ct Mike .McTjgue. I the rejuvenated Irish- nliiii. Sluri key slioulil win. Sharkey, by the way, h^a twico beaten' .Maloiiey. » . . • • • . _ , Berl^ibach's Careei I T isisurprlsing how some of Ihcso I near chnnipions and chbmpions get their lnspira,tlou ring per•formers. ' i' • ( I Take; the case of PauliBerlen- ibach. iiirmer lifeht heavyweight :chamjiion. No , fighter ever acquired fame as quickly. He dropped it nearly as fast. I Berlenbach beifore taking up the 'fight game as'a'business was a taxi driver. There doesn't seem to be any connection between the two. but for Paul there w-as. I ••1 us^d to-/drivu a ta.vi." e.x- ptains Berleui)adi. "Faiie^i were hkrd-boited. I lisp slightly when 1 1 talk, Possibly the passengers couldn't understand me. Anyway ijgot into a lot of tights I rying to collect the money due meJ 1 tiiial- •^l3[ decided it I was goingj to tight week 1 might as Well do tbe ring and get paid lor It.". dM-and becamu a citamplun.'' F'lint and Kroiik returned lillumbcddt lineup last night, but; ''jlunkins was out of the ganii. The' Humboldl seconds lost to tl e Erii liccouds. 17 to le. IFREDONIA TRIMS INDEPENDE;NCE InilepeiMlence. • Kaus.. K'b. 22 .\Pi Fredouia liigli school was a |ste|) nearer ithcJju>Jiclball chain-. ionship of th» Verdigris valley to- jilay lollovvius its victory oM 'r In-' llepeiideiice here last flight. 26'to JOE RIVERS LOSES , TO BUSTER BROWN Kansas <:ily. Kans.. Fe i. 22. (API—"Huster" Brown. Kt .lii- [sepli. .Mo., tu tliel opinion of news-, iraper writers, outpointed Jnj- Ri\-, 'ers. Kansas City, in ,the f'aliinJ bout of a bill liere last liigh'- •Firpo " Wilco.V achieved a diauj with Ted I.iimbanio. In th' pre-! liminary Dave Young .• haded IpSpike" .\dams. jGENEVA DEFEATS SANDWICH INN ; 'tt'bile ilie stall- l":;!slatii <• is iug all its li uislaling. w< abliil it he nice it s<ii:ii' .'llllhilit.Ml^ seii.i'n!' or ri pr"Seiii;iiiM. woiilij : . t .-i-.i'!. till appropiiaiiiii l>.\ wlm li il wctil iiiald' fiinils "ii'i ciii'-; lo litr. ;iii.i liiaiiiraiii |>l;iymoiiinl.- .-o l in" bealllMllI t•\erci^e HI,Mill le pi ble lltr ••Ve| .Vo'le. Inriilentiilly.: il scem^ fiiiiii.* Ilial .1 I. I'. \„ or .iinilar iiivlitiilioii isn't niaiiiuiiiiid in lola so that the bnsini "|s tii";i n>- uell us the'lKiy> of the dl» . nili:ht act '.enie exercNe i»e>lde> a|i'ins. ^i>acli John Scott sii .h HI'I- ;::ii ailililtloiis priigriiin for his •hiirU schoiil track "PM'r.il iopen e»rnl«.,|; . iiipcl or t«o, t'liacli Sciilt Is ttcrpinr his pyes peeled (or possible iiiiterial. as track training nlll le the <'nipr III tile day aflcr the toiiriisiiiienl^ 11 .~celli IrJ;il li.isi I'll 111 jol ri'-iily t(i Willi -ill'li I .Vi'l .ic -.ti ' certain llij >.ill Icjglle put te;inis •at-oii.-; thai iea. t a fiili ice game. tie niliber nk. ht. ipbr- ^•rj in oints nMv.. Tfa- I inbn E. ,45 ItV^ts II 4|e- •aijiis hroui six being due to twA de- be overlooked the Gorillas in Pri'sbyterians meet their ;conllenil- Its w on I liKiit t the Eiiiporia ^lah Iral daysj lati'r. < od form.I ivors llie Einpo ast to three veti Pittsburg'.- veyy ;i J i .•!:n s .lac- ran s one. lid of the past three Jears i Valley where creditable sho^vihu rger school.s. ''lu-'ir .MalloryJ is a pn duct |>rld. a ; fact \vhii:li vantage! the roju iV.'i: ,Vi liner. Walker pi<M<"di iuembe^s of tlie team weight.! as foil Itoscjoe Mailiif'u. Kingman: •Ijyro: ..lack Si'bin Ciirraii. Clien^ki trial • ]of raiv- thii-y French Netntan BYGH4I.EAD DEPENi!; ON l^urlin]|cton. Vjcljory Wil ; Brihiif Teaii to Tie With^HiiniJoIdt BasketMII Quintet S'ntun- Itarls Cnp material liof the FreijcU think of I'lene Landry, i St-jear-old tennis yoiingsterJ Landfy is jiressin],' LiijiistP laiilrpls. 01 aini lie Ireland; t Borotni lor tliPfl- is al->o jchanipio WILL Iluiiibolilt liurlingtoii t.'arneit! Yates CVnter CA.M ,sT.i:vni>f;.s I- Pot. LADIES A IN NUMBERS I The le I ba.sketbal i Miimbolilt : l)i>lill aiK^ ' Hitmboldt A Hum • will find tlio; ;l'>se I!i::Ii'!.gli>n win tc:<m- down to a til llKinholdt haii" tw^ igameS-;i [tdcrship league Friday r Burliii lOldt in ight ton ctor 1 .751) :; .350 I cTl tliic KYGH \t [it stake when Hump clash at 1-7 -t probaW. tliat tea: n| undefeated a of the [season, while .iil -bring tJ.i •for first iplaco league this season in.i-tcui battle. • Having :defcated liei- ill the seasoiJ, tlu; edge for Friddy! night's game v.-i! kets to the Athletic Show; 200 Seats Arc Planned at the; Ringside. T!M nigbl. WOlllC ,egi,,| he b jeffecl filre.-iiSy killcndi Inci .\liune.(ii I.e'^ion sliiiiild iiave ^lcsignated| .Marclj, 1 as laili jiiil^it;^'iroiii tiie way litia 1 are !il.:i)nin:,' lo .iticiid fi;;!lf.' If'-pi)i-i< ri-t-ciived ixing. c;'ii|iiiiiUef ;ire| to tliat tiioTc triaii 'I'l Uv((lii|en have, piliiliaseil fil'kits th.- fiuliiL enial;!. jibe .\iiii a< sold nearly .")i'U 1 ic.in rickets Willi Hi is n i.^ tl ,-»t itJc ; .Memorial ili.ill .•Mu-; battle.; i llecaiisc' of an I lor ringside seats. I ringside seals will I Unttr L ifortbe battle, bringing 'iMorc Than 10 Women Bijiy ; si.iP total to 200 ^ ' All seats consli) I'levated. so thal| lie by lihe to :;;!v<- a pi-rfect vie;w| ; l;ob Fry; chairinq ^•ominittce. and bis jCriffin. left this ,.Sco(t, Frontona'e. I other points in Ilia I tritiiHe figbl po.slei i rangeuicnts to ) :sal<!.- • Inilicatioiis are t|i : n .ii; fans from For conipany .lobnn.v 111" !ii;iiii balHe. wl pei-ti^i to be I a larife .-It Clianuti'. j where Easier. la.v,s aside h --Teleplionc youl] to 18. after trc I . Hhe tei Jie packed foi] teased idemant 2)10 temporarjj ^e cons:tructeq the ring ucled will bii v^ry seat wil of the ringside njof the boxin; assistant, Jacli n^oiining for Fori I*ittsburg ant iectioD to dis |.s ;and -make ar- liic tickets on :it more than ; {icott will ac- or here for ilR there i.s ex- i advance sale i Kansas Kid s igloves. Classified Ads planniiii; |i|uail, nith and a dual liicidpntall}. liaskpthall ;iii .Indiis- ivill b|' start- .Several ilidiistrie.s are • the liicld. Ip ati extra period game ( enevii defeated the Sandwich Inn squad at Ceneva last iiiglit 2.'i to less one or Ihe jollier kisses the iaiivas before that time. ; In the preliminaries will b^,- Hig Boy" Knoi-k. local box.er, Ijigainsf. a uuvu who should gi'e him ' rouble. Il wili; be a six [round |-eM(i jM-oviliug ihe ropes hold out, I aii'i |lie ring supports stay pbl. i ! Kill .Maley. the fichting farmer fronij I.allarpe. will cross ; mitts wit 111 "Snag" Colo of Colotiy Jin flic curtain raiser. This will' alsii be a six tjoiuid affair. These lioi's are 'real jfighters and fans who fail lo •;ee. !;!IHIII ill actiim will mifis the iiiitiul and greatest mirth-pro-.ok- iivj. I'i'inse of.-liie evening's ynter- tauineiit. • . i • . Ceijirge Cox of Mulberr.v. who has .'i.iiniM miK-h of a reputation ' in hr.xiiig events throughout the .Statej will be the third man in llie ring. 1 ('ox on his record o? past perioruiaiices. is good euoii ;h for lola., ! Th<' opening gong will ring at Srl... I .Admissioii will lie i^l (i.i and .»l.lo.' J I . i\ • i>\ r-ceulfy j t-'.i;i l-"i aii'i i.-co lo .Nev I ir.^. llie i-iilire journj I 1 jtv l)llSe.4. Ihe le liguc r-teain allfair. iavelcil from York. I liik- [•y • liy iiiler- An activj' .s{iviii|r.s account lier^'wfll not only hel) you . reach the jtc p—it will .al.so Helpiyou to enjoy life ;on:the i \va\{ tip. and Beauty to Match Its Matchless Performance T le body; styles crijated jfor th^ Si c have shared equ lily with it<; atice in its ^norinou: shbwn. At the Nc AJitompbiic ^hows oqtdraunj any^ pthe tht hijrh point a .sales activ-ity.! TJie rtewj Hudson uty islvrWl satisfy;all tiveness as well fol so In ! ! BANJK : lOLA. aCkVNS. • " new Hudson Supcr- jrilliantiTicvi' pcrform- jlysucccs.sfu reception evcrj-whcre .V; Yc rk She \v and all j subsequent' the Hudsrn-Essex jcxhibit has bjy ^vo ar d three to one. It is of the year in interest, discussion and The Supei--Sipc ijrin :ipl liwrs its power u-ii mfctor. TiiroUirjiou full use of its stream of such variet>' and dcmarlds for luxury and cx- and priccjadvantage. i recd to the limit, dc- fi flow of !an electric cnjrinecrrd to make inkromfortJ apbearance, In] die Ess?x Super- afety, du^liti^. and are fjcauty, bodies are c0mfort now ,! th< ' of faster and w Si;| sets uride- way th^ violent', lu ige us lal tol^ high-i owcreij It glides into motio i ;fro^ a st^ndini; start, hiih speedlyoii alwaj ^ quick iaccclcrat [tly and cffcctivcl motor and cha.ssili Sb reaches new pe f onnance s on. ch« both I car fj cnertrv P'our- k youij incw pj.x—sharini; all these ladvantages I iurpa-ssingj^notor iiffi- ci^ncy—-thejre are f yc n|;w boties — cntij"cly newi in ,! martuphoL tcryanda'ppoiritmcnc And so| (th a totaljab.scnce of c-jrs. Ev-n at havp untapjpcd reserves of power brakes iu.st as U'hccl spccdi! the Hudson Super- heights of speed, safety, cpmfort and thr Super- Bud White Motor 219 ^outh Washingidii, loh ^ ;Kansas Phone 180 - VI

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page