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March 18, 1927

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mim. INtOORNEY Wtirfield Defeats Local Quintet 5? to 17,in the Opening Battle at - Hays This ; Morning; ,Hays, Kan.,Mar, 18. (AP). W^itson, .elusive forward, 21 jpjoints tQ ihis credit, led the Wirtfield high school to a 53 Jto 17 victory over lola. At no tirne was the .outcome in cloubt, the valley team finishing with, a" full quota of subs Off: the floor. - Hundreds Watch Games Tal)ecide State Champ IJays, )<aJs.. Mqr. 18. Ij[]indreds ofj westijru Kansas Jjas- ketbaM fansl niauy \ of them dis- (CuDUnued (nun P «ga 1) cd until tlic United S(aii;8 Hupr^mo court M^ouid tic reached. Dr. Cook, who ulill clalnix tnl the uriginal discoverer of liurtii iKiio. now is serviug a year --senieute | at Leaveuwc penilewtiury on tonvlciion-oi' i^ii* use of the uiailB fur oil stock i' motion. He will be pai'nied Krskine Williams. Fort Worth lornoy and i;hur( liman. While the inew parole law: ias been u.sed in -u. number, of Insla iic- e.s by judges during the two yeirs since its adopilou. governmeiit attorneys at Fort Worth raised .same objection that was pointed to licre not liavji! probation after a pri.soncr gun .serving hi.s sentence. jThis apparently 7s the main sue raisV-d so far as the departm of ju8tl<;e is concerned and its termination is expi-cled tii have ^Tir reaching effect. 'iM T^m}'Sa^&Farreli in that a judge llie authority to grjini had missed from. sdio^I were watching i tHe for the day, Codk May Face Charge In Cleveland, 0., Npw | (.K'veland. ()., .Marcli 18. (Al I'6.ssibility of Ur. Frederick Ofjk. arctic explorer, being l)rought Cleveland to stiind trial on indi|<;i- ments charging use of the mil to ed defraud was seen today ;pro\-jid- iic is rel .!asi 'd from Leav ment on tht^ coliseun|f arena at H»ys Teache.(-s College today. For the first time since i tlie tournament was established twenty years I lago it is nut l>eing pla.ved at I.,aw- I .Jrence under the auspices of Kaii! fsas Uiilversity. ?tate tourua,- worth penitentiary on a conditiAn- Winfield higli scliool .otie of thoUram t'o the l.ilKen worth ward i four strong clubs froiii ,the Arkansas Valley .fcapile was the firHl victor of Tfic tournament, turning l>ack lotai HoulheHsi Kansas repre- Hentatlvf in a great display (if basket shooting, .I.I to 17. ; Parsoiis, In the.He<-ond game of the day won a ;!oi)hcly played gatn<> front (!oncitrdla. (lie final scorn being '.V.\ loiM, after neither club.had beji'n ablit to get going In Iho' first half. Kyaii of ['arsoiis headed the scoreiJK with IS —jmlnis to his credit. pttwerful five al parole, granted yesterday. United Slates District Attoriiey A. k. Hernsieen today discus.jed Dr.Cook's cas.' with Federal Juc^fie John .M. Killits of Toledo, who se tence(M)r. Cook at Fort. Worth-a immediately afterward -sent a le(e- Arkansas City 's! headed' by tlie liriillant Ijuynn— I moved into tlic second round of the state tournament: liy .-dl'fnating Tratt. So to 21. Tiie \vntni battled on 'almost even ^irms iii^lil the Arks spurted in iJie last the minutes, i Playing the last Rainu of theli''"'^ ''^ , upper brslck^•t. Oiaihei eUmlnHte.l • Abilene high school after a bitter" battle. 22 to 17. Graves of Olathe.ll 'With nine points. was the, high! point scorer of tlie game, i Moth teams featured tight defense. lAwrence defeated Dodge City telling! him of the f •di?ral iniili meiits pending heri Dr. Cook was inillcted here aloiig with C3 asMociales for alleged ii « of llie:inails to defraud in tlie sal of sKrck in (be I'lMroleinn I'r du(!ers'! Association at Fast l.lvi pool. Dlili^ The liiilirtuients we ruiur'ned tn .Inly VxiW. _! - llel'iisie.|n .said a capiieii :ind bench ,warrant for Dr. ("ook wii ISHUeil late l<iil!iy by llie. federal (!ilurt hfw and heiii in the ward< of the I.eav.'nworlti penlleiillary. (Continued from Paee 1) $165.0001 udtlitioniil land. uitheast- for Hup- i^burtions, $l.-..00(); $20 .IX »0; P.lwer plaitt. Jliiq.OOO; Purchase of ii.mn; blank. President's contingent fujfid. %Tm. , ICrjieriment; work in s( ern Kansas, ?fi.Ofl«: »6.«t)0| Veleriitary «Iep;irtment .tjre.ssion [and- cure of' $.'..iMiu: ?5.00i>. .Soil survey. $.-..000: $.">,o|)n. j - Liitrary efiuipment. 'idank. • Ijiboratory ciinij)ment. '$211 ,000. Kemodeling library building. iOOu; blank. j Totals, iyJ.S. |l.J(!150i>: ;$1.2or,..-|0o. Jtienniuin total, ?2.467..'. Knl^o^!al Teiichers <'olJei;e. .4al;iries and. wages $j:lt;,'ioo. ilainleuance and repairs. S6:i.n;io. P.ridge -1011 tunnel to '(lormit<iry. J.">,0"t": blank. < Training school buildi j 0011 : $7.">.0'0<". : I President's contingent fu l.-.on. j l-^iuipmenl for new mujiic lio .ooo: blank. ! ImprovementH and repairi] Ul.nnu. j Totals. ly^.s. ?:t03.0(»ti] i |:!.s l.oi)o. Difliiiium tol:i!. 47S ;!.OOt). PUt'iburg 'leaehfr. (oljeirr. .^alarie.s and wages j .n 'rtfi.Oofl. 0. Wichita University Will Clash With: Ke|Nash-A Team; in Other Semi-Final Battle. 5 Not Likely to Observer Parlsj Mar. 18. TAPi—France is not likely to scud even tin observ- cr to the three power jnaval dis- propdsed Coolldge. it was:)itatedv today, siiice Washington's strong, disagreement with the League of Nations disarmament commlssioii \«^i.s apiwrent in the note mada- publie yesterday at Geneva. : 4" if2:{ti.oou: $(;."..00O; woman's IS. ;|T5.- iiil, .$.iOi»; hall. *1.50(j; $2 .'{t ;,00»; . Kansas City. Mar. ;1.S. (AIM Kansas tonight will i send two teams. Washburn College aiid Wichita University intlo the semifinals of the National A. A. U.. basketball toiirnament.! Washburn will meet the championship Hill- yards of. St. Joseph.! .Mo., and Wichita is arrayed ^^ainst the feared Ke-Nash-A- quintet of Kenosha, Wis. Washburn last night ilefeated Emporia Tea|;hers 2.S. t.o j 17; Hillyards won from ;PhilIips ; University 23 to 21; Kej-.\aHh-A defeated Monons. I>a Fayette, ilnd.. 28 to 2:!; and Wichita defealed the St. Joseph club 36 to 2t;. i K ELLE Y .Malinoe 10c and 20c; Ni^ht.'* 10c and 30c TOxNlGHT ONLY I I [ Death to Seven Arkansas m: Cyclone If (he Cardinals repeal in the .\a!i(uial League tills season, you won't ,h"ar .Manager Dob O'jl^'arrell. their new pilot. Irying lo slir >iild <'r all Hi.- i credit, lie's not tliattype. O'Farrell. looking over bis team at'.Vvon ! Park. Fla,, says that iplayers and not man.-igers make iieunanl. winners. i "ir the men p|;iy as well Ihis .ueason .-is lliey djil \»^\ .'eiiMui. we ini^lii in i be In the running." b.i- Hiinino 'd up., .\i any rale. Im is working hard in |iiy Jiiid make tlie best of a bad jolj tli;ilj of lakiiig civer ili.' leinx ol a world chaiiiplon teanil! Entry List to 73 in Parsons Cage Tournoly Parsons. Kan. .Mar. IX. (API .More than .'>l)ii Sunday'S<'hool at i- liere toilay partii-ipatir g annual tiuirnamc it under the niis(iiees of the local .M. C. A. There are 73 teams In the three ilivisions. senior, juni^ir | and miilgct. representing Uklah ma anil I Kansas churches. The tournament will op n MORANNEWS iOF TliEDAY ti,p,nnon when the Fort KcoLt Mapti It seniors Tle<?» .the Tul.sa Maptistj: ' " will In.' held 24 to 21 in the first game in lower bracket this afternoon, was a hprd fought gaiiie. Class B State Toiirney ;^ , , Will Close Tomorrow Seen on The finai pamos morrow 'nigh'i. Claude Welch litis; Second Stolen lime .l.andini ('on> Iracls .Measles Ai'ler Operation. Iiieiit vi^llie :.ii llie lo.ss wjlj II H'MII iiiiu'll III Claude al this (rine. I l )rJ Saigi '.nii, who lor the I'.nl I five .vear.s has been a |irari jiitig I pliysiri.iii at llii '.siimtiii. lias rrnl- i ed roiiiiis in till .Ma.-<:ii:i liiiildiii;; }and uill loi^'.-le lier-.' pi-Miiaii<-iill>. Car .Moraii vveii nines tii" iloiinr aiiii will wi.sh kliii al)iiiida::t sucies:;. Topeka. ka,ns.. Mar.'. IS. ( A I I'I The class B 1 igh s-chool ba.skefball -tournament beg.in today. jThe ^lass p 'rst champion Of (Kansas In that will be decidi^d tomorrow, round scores: Whiting 11: ttalipwin 11. Chase 21; iLeonafdvllle 7. Ilillsboro 3.5: Blue Mound li Kansas City Youthi to| ,• Go to Pen for Speeding : Kansarcity. Mar., lij. (AP)— .Tames.Whiteside, in,, today was sentenced lo'two years in the reformatory at Booiiville. by Judge E. K- PorterflelH, in Juveiiile court, as a result of speeding in a rented car. Edward Doty. ' motorcycle paJrol' man said -Wliiteside was, going C/) miles an hour and" disregarded liis first comnmnd to stop. (Mr.-. C. H. For.ll .MOlt .YS". .Mar. 17. .Many friends were very sorry to learn thai Dave l.aiidon. who jii.--t recently returned from St. Johns hospital, has in some unknown way cnniraited the of the aii:l ill ia few .lavs .Mrs. Laiidio will not 'oiil.% be in ciiarg" of a Inrse farm <5n1Hipr's Rnnn« Rill ^managing a lio.spilal as OUIUiei S UUllua JJIM,^,.^.,, ^^.^^ ,,^.,r:,„iine . is not enforced when t:;i. li a dis- lease is first diseovereii and prevent ^O" i nieasles. Dtlier niembirs family have been ';\'pi)-i>(i Topeka. Kans.. Mar. IS. (AIM A l.ist minute dcailloi k on the Kaij sas soldiers bonus bills thre'.'teni this afternoon, with the seijate ri; fusing IC to 15 to concur in house amendmi;nf j retaining tlie present right «if apjieal t-o distritt court from rulings Jon claims ri fused by the ctimmiAsiou. The bi passed by tliCj' senate denies th right of appeal. Holb branchei4 are agreed on extending the deai line for uiiplication.s to .ln.ne 3il 11I2S. .lust hell I e liioviiiu froiir I lie I 'oniniilliil.v iii>i»hea,~l of I OAM a rr,rr(irise p.irly !ia-l been pliiiitied lor -Mr. and .Mr-. i''rau/.«.l Cilumre bill .,soniel)ddy tailed to ke.'p Ihe. seer.'l so ;Mr. and \\r>. (liiiiinie Were wise to ih"ir neighbors Intentions li'lig Ifel'ore the time. .So tile plan w:is postponed. Mr. and .M:s. CilniMe appreci.ited tl:e gooil will so mIKh. however, that on Wi d- lii'..;day evening they eiilertaiiied this group (if frieinls with a .St. Patrick iiari.k' at tlieir new home. Maintenance and repairs and ex- j.lcnsioii work. .Jti.i .OnO; Ifi .lJiiio. j Permanent eiinipment ajlid repairing. I 'l .uoi'; J 'l.DOO. Ni .-w wing iiieclianic arts biiil'l- ing. $3n .(MMi: blank. Pri'sideiii's cimtingent fund. S'liin; |r .ni).._, . i '; ! Kiiuilinient (lir iii'\i' libraiiv. .'li;.-'' fiao: $«:,2aO liooks. .$.'..000: f.'i.iiiMi. ' Mii .sic ball. !$7 .'i,0(ji); J7."..H)o. , 'loiai:.. i;i |s. .$.i :;.-i.(i..o; ViS. i:::i ."..2 .".'i. liieitniiiin iol;<l. .f.si'.o .iiiiu. Hn.t* Teachers (<illet;r. .Salaiii's and wages-. J 2o.0ii 'i; i \ ;ii ,iiim. Ma-i |!enaii "• and rep.ijr-. J:;.'.,- 'p'lii; .j;;'.."i ,iii )ii. - I Kepairs and periii .'inent inip-ove-j iiieiii i. $S .i|iii>: :?.'%.iiii(i. ' I'residelifs eont illgellt ?.'.iio: f.'iiiii. Laboratory ei |iiipnieiit aijd iiii'"-. i:!.'iiiii: $:!.iiiMi. l.liirarv e(iui{inient. biaiik! Pooks. $."..1 : ('a ni pji s i in proke'nieiit s lion plant I. |2.ii 'Hi: blank. Siienie biiildiiig. .'57.5 .IHIO: Totals. mi 'Si :f27I.r ,(iii; .$2 ii; jjoii. Kienniiiui total. J .M.v.tiOU.;- Little Itock. Ark.. Mar. IS. (AP) I Centering around KJlondike. a cyclone last night exacted a toll of at least seven known dead and a score or more injured in a half dozen small southwest Arkansas communities. ; linn. fund. siip- ?2 .".,(liiO; lirri ^a- J7 ."i.oiiii. 192."., The f<dlowing I 'i'.d enjiivcd a Mr and ' g'lests were presiiu jdaniage. splendid good time .Mon- ibaii eight thoiisam eartli- , Oiiakes have been recor led in :Jaiian during one jieriod o' seven 'years, many of them doinj; great .Mrs. flrllfils. .Mr. and .Mifc. siivh .serious eondftii'.ns as this iuie | ••ruder. Mr. an.I .\lrs. Clay Weast JJiist i;ienIioni-.d. is iuon- than ran: and little i-oii. .Mr..'and .Mrs llie underslood. Wiiile ibere has lence Silu.Iek. .Mr. a!:d .Mr .been no deaths repniioil there has ! been a iniiltiliide of 1 iirdens borne j that never was iiei-e.'^sary. Whole i grades Of school cliild,ren have lost j No New Officers for . Atchison, Kansas, Nov Aichi.son. Kans.. .Mar. l.S. (API For the first time in history AtchI son will have a city primary !Uii)l .i'lcction wilhffut contests. KIni-r Miller. Mr. Albert .\j and family. .Mr. Kills Dot^- l.a\v- iMr.'Arthur Clilni Vie- S >—5= l.-ir (iregg and children. .M'. .iiid .Mrs. Alfred Ki.slueri Air. and Mr.s aiming and ore. ; UP! "I'.riKhlcn Up" tjnu; is her<!—the titne to clean up the house, rejnovate and make oUl thinc.s look neat and clean aj^ain. We can help you in the work with our line of : Sherwin-Williams Paints Varnishes i •. We Al.so htive a ctimplete .stock of new Spring Wall Paper in the iiicwti.st colors-and design^. ' TKAMP! TRA.MP! TRAMP! Uie boys are niiiiching. Loani a Icjs.-^oti in tip-to-the-niinute loving fi'ohi tliisswt'ct .<(;m'n cliarnn'f. "No wcddin;^ hcllcs for me." .sing.s our hi'i'o. r >nt Jn.' changers hi.^ mind in a hurry, iind it'.s i.Ai'fnis: i .AUUusr LAI' G MS! AI,.SO (OMKDV AM) NKWS Adupicd inim the I'ainitiis Saliirdaj Krening I'osI story, "The • Crimes of Ihe•Ariiicba'f Club." Ii) Arlhur Stimers Kiirhe. Themost fascinating no^terj iiicdire produi'ed In years nilli deep nijstery, ire(|ucnl shiiejis and real coiiidey: Also the Seciiiid ( hantrr ol' "The Silent Flyer." thai wonderful neu serial starring "Silwr Streak." Comedy and (he king ofidiig tidurs. >en> Also MOMlAV AM» Tl KSIIAY two or more weeks < in our high school two members of the senior clas.s, Kffi I.OIipliaiit. because of j lowing mea.sles, havij. pelled to give uii the Ishing this year^ am here are just as lliey ^re elsewhere over till,' county. . If i|iiarautiue law.s to spread of contagion be, am! any failure in f school ami. and Onia lad «'ycs fol- iieen eom- work of fiii- condilions we have no control the here should Ihe execii- /ALPHABET jAleX; Inspiration'to Cardinals /TROVER CLKVELAND ALEX- AN"DKR, who! for nearly 20 years has vied with "Walter John- Hen -for pitching honors, is still a very active youngman. During my loui* of the training camps, 1 hit -Avon Park shortly after Alexander's birthday. It >va .8 the occasion: for a- town bolir day, tvitb -a j«rt^' in the evening .in boiwr of Alexander^ HOith anniversary. ; There is rio gelting away from tbie (act that Alexander is. the inspiration In the camp of the Cardinals. The players, from the iroungMerB to the: veteran stars Jike Jim /Bottomley, look up to Alex; It has lieen hipted by certain National LeafSue'managers that Alexander Is a "GooflTtime Charley," hard to handle, bnt his actions in the training camp certainly belie it. • "•' i- 'Star Pitchers Easy to Handle *ti~«REAT pitchers always are the • ^'easiest to handle." said 3kUnager -Gatcher Boh O'Farrell. .v-hen 1 mentionetf TheJ name ot Alexander. ' ' , ,"'1 don't figure Alex will be a bit barder to manage than catch ^nd tbat is a soft proposition, for iJiiB control is well-iiigh perfect. • "It Atn'l my policy to dictate; how a jKtar must live: that is u4i to the individual Jiimself. Kt 2»Iiiyer can remain a star long uu- less he, keeps in good condition.t r'All that I ask ol «ny pitcher. Proudly Points to ^HILE Alexande His Record I pdmils lie has occaslouHlly brokeili training, it has been as a respit from the hai-d grind, the fear o|f going stale. "Yoii know college coaches an 1 trainers break the Iraiuing routine at times when their playerjj are on the verge of going stale, explains Alexander with a smile. "A major league campaign ij; the toughest of ail competitiv sports. I>ec8use it extends over : period ofl six mouths and-is tilleil with many a tough battle, tha( iaxes a playf r to the limit, men tally as well as physically. ' "Critics who say I fail to keej in condition at all times are unfaii to me. I point to.my 17 years in the majors aitd the fact* that have always-been s liard worker to refutejin.vj!tories that I am bad actor an(| hard to handle.: "Of all tlie managers I have played under, only one has so considered me. I don't count him .a big leaguer yet." ; • • • • Has Hopes for Big Season rpHEREls no doubt as to the ini-) portant part Alexander must play If the Cardinals are lo repeat. ' Should Alex liaye «ne of iho.se bad .seasons, that every now^indi then come even, to as great pitchers as Johnson and himself, the entire team will react to liis failure. However, Alexander doesn't anticipate such a happeniniT. Ills spring work strengthens the be-| lief .i \Vhen I saw hint in .nction he! tion of siieh laws should be classed a iriniQ and proper piihlKhincnt ifor thii.sc responsible In ilnyway. Claude Welch is <iiii e sure he is I being inadi' a regulai' victim of someone iletcrmlned that he shall not keep a ear. 1-iist night while alleiiilliig the picture sliow at Hal>toil 's 'I'licalre his Km: taken f idiii its parki front nf M -'iKleirs K and no tr.-ice of .its has vol been learned lemenibered that just ago Claiiile Jost bis vut in the.sanw way aiirl fraineup. it begins tnl ried but not sufficient Alexander included, ik that % i was further along as to his <^ondi-j sire' md bis besl^ ellorts and ! tion than any m-<mber of the readyito pitch in Jturn. •• ; | Cards' pitching stalf. . "There afeno curfew orders On i Alexander want.s to my ball club, neilher-Js U MI 'we; ."won 't -fcbtne -home r unlii- morning'. Attitude popular. • "Mv ihen are -on theli- honor. 'That 'is the best way .to appeal •• to E ^ntiemen and I am pleased to say iil>at Is Just what the Cardinal pitch the opener, hopes to take part in riiore than .".no innings of pitr ling. and' is set on winning anywl ere front! IS to no ball .games. ' Manager Bob O'Farrell hopf.s he goes eveii heller ibau that, as does every other member ol tlie •1 I (III j<e was I m just in j leilrie .Shoii j whereabouts ' It will /be two yeiir.- look like a Insurance has Iwen car- for. rejilace-' IS FOR McGRAW. McCAtiTHY MclNN-lS^ VIACK^^ND MORI ARTY 1 ^LL TRYING TO GET HOME IN FRONT^ GREYHOUND Siiiidky March 20th Ifi Dog All Age stake !l2 Puppy Races Plent.v of ^iid Western Jack Rabbits Entiries Write or Phone Mildred; Kansas IT'S Gpody ^ar^s New Ballooiii Tires' for Fords, Chevrolets Kvcr .since JalMon Tirc.^ were inti'o- fliiccd, (ioodyear ha.s been working to de- velope a ti'ead which would ntatch'in efficiency the Gondyl'ur IJalloon Carcas.s (made of Rupert wist (' ird). within Ei^rhtl diff: th()iisarid.s of n Iv out o he pa.st Fthc.e il 'C ^lt VHY ye h'. year All-Weathc designetl foi* Fii: advanta^e^ arc skidding. Thej sharji-Cjdged diamond shaped Mocks are placed •:.ds uiive been tried s and'hundreds of ;n ; ?si cars. Finalle ij'.ie hew Good- treyd ; ciehtifically re• -n Tii'o u .0. Its first big }i';..cti"n and resi.stance to so that tlioy grip the road and retain their usefulnjess longer than any previous non-ski(| tread. Another big feaiture is long, slow, even tread wear as opposed to the "cupping and uneven wear so noticeable ion many other Rallooti Tirc.^. And this new tread runs riuietly It does hot produce vibration. We have this new tire in the 2\iyAM size for Fords and Chevrolets. Comb in and see it—you'll want it right awa> ALL REPAIR WORK GLARANTKIOI) ROAD SERVICE IS UNEQUALLED

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