The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on November 19, 1924 · Page 3
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Hutchinson, Kansas
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Wednesday, November 19, 1924
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WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 19. 1924 THE HUTCHINSON NEWS. 8^ PAGE 1 H R I- SPO RJT NEWS? AND%VIEWS {GOLD AND BLUE RESTED TODAY Migh School Toam Looking For a Tough Giu«% Friday At Eldorado. Coach Ralph McCarroll'a Gold •nd Bl"o grid squad went through • hard practice- yesterday afternoon and'will rest todays to watch * tlio Sterllng-McPherson game OH the Athletic field. Thursday, Coach McCarroll will put his charges through a light work-out and that' will conclude the week's program of practice m preparation for the El Dorado game which vfll be played Friday afternoon at El Dorado. The team la In good condition tor the garni with the exception , of L/otightoa, tackle, who 1B still having trouble fro i. an injured knee. He was out of the Kingman and Wtnfield games but It la bop- ed he will be able to start against El Dorado. / Taam Spirit Batttr. There has been a rapid Improvement la the spirit of the team since the defeat at the bands of Lyons high school and Coach McCarroll is pointing his eleven for the final games of the 1924 schedule. ' Following the Eldorado game, the team will go into an intensive training In preparation for the Manhattan game In Hutchinson Thanksgiving Day. It will be the first horns game In three weeks and will be the last opportunity of local funs to see the Gold and Blue In action this season. A Tough Opponent. El Dorado will bo a tough opponent and following on the heels of that game with only a half week intervening, will come the Man' hattan game which is also rated as one of the strongest teams In the state, ,\ < The El Dorado eleven trimmed Ark. City 7 to 0 Inst week at El Dorado while 'Hutchinson turned back the Ark. City eleven 1G to 7. According to those 'scores,, the game Friday Is about i. toss .up. However 4a football, little can be depended 'upon and anything is likely to happen.. Germans Hear Pittsburgh Cough. Hamburg, Nov. 19—Some radio fans of this city, boasting of powerful: sets and giant antonn'aes, claim to have heard programs of a Pittsburgh, Pa. etatlon and to have heard the piano player cough. Wood Is little used in Greece during its present building boom, nearly all buildings being constructed of stone, cement or •done. CAGE ARTISTS WORKING OUT Jako Gripe's Tealn is Getting , Ready for a Regular Schedule. With the basket ball season only a short time distant, cage artists in Hutchinson are already working out on the courts practicing ehoot- taK baskets and passing. What promises to be probably the beat cage team In Hutchinson for a number of years is the aggregation which Is working out under the name of the Crlpe Baking company and will be managed by Jake Crlpe, Hutchinson baker. / A Team of Stars. Off the team are a number of former Hutchinson high, school basket ball stars and college players. The team which will be captained by Ed Qverall, former player on the Cold and Blue teams, has been working out in.the Y. M. C. A. gymnaolum for several nights. Candidates for the five are: Ed Overall, Harry "Hap" Keller, Ott Wangeman, Ert Allen, Carl Sidle, Dan Phillips and George Fowler. All of the above named players have played on Hutchinson athletic teams in the paBt and, are well known here.' Ayers, lanky center who played with Nlckerson for the past two years, may be secured also. Manager Crlpe Is angling to get several other good cage artists on his roster. Schedule Games. Already gamea have been scheduled with Sterling Collage, Bethany, Olson's Terrible Swedes and a;complete basket ball schedule will be made out shortly after Thanksgiving. Mr. Crlpe Is one of Hutchinson's lovers of sports and has hacked a basket ball team a number of time's. Manager Crlpe stated last night that game* would be secured with the best hSBket ball aggregations In Iht* country and he would endeavor to give local fans a real If team of basket ball players. Not a Defeat For Lyons This Season Lyons, Kan., NOT . 19.—The vIC' tory by the Lyons high Bchool football team at - Ellsworth Monday makes the eighth victory for Coach Kahlcr's men this seaaon, with no defeats and not a score against them. The next game, on Thanksgiving Day w'lll bo at McPheraon. A victory there, with no score for McPherson, wilt mean a remarkable achievement—an undefeated, all victorious team with not a score against them. Lyons defeated Kllsworth 15 to 0. The game was a real battle, however, one of the best played on a Kansas gridiron this seoeon. V. The same pipe—the same tobacco - -"-yet it tastes entirely different in The surprising change character of Burley leaf tobacco afar having been "aged in wood'* D ID j&t ovar ate Burley tobacco as it eomel from the farmer*! curing barn— «trig leaf, dark green-brown in color, "neV '.unripe? Chew a bit of this laat, and you 'll find it rank, bitter, and «MalatiM|| ojapfco it, and you 'll get «a»> • hoMfagfag hawhpaaa. ,,fb« OB* a'fe.of Velvet, teat this "i* WiiV* b«» '••foMn, Hid i an aawa'tho pronounced dif. fMaes> ffca pnoa baa turned to rich prows, tfaa MkaKOM hat? bosom* mal. U» "body", (be brU and hanboaaa |o*o attarljr dWppaorad. What it left |a BorUjr tobaeoo at Ha appearing best —rtpe, mild, saaaooed, and jurt right lor anpking. Hen, then, are two extremes, green leaf and "aged in wood " tobacco. To make on* from the other requires acre* age of plant, equipment, and huge •ama tied np in tobacco for long unproductive periods —for "ageing in wood'' is a tedious mi costly process. Counties* experiments have therefore been made in the search for a faster, cheaper method of ripening —experiments ranging from Tobaceo mrlm arm on th« $amittalk. it take* uptri twymp fa >«cur» uniform hi§h quality. '\ nrnm IIIIIIPIK greenhouse "forcing" to bacteriological colonizing; and some of these have been part way successful. x But even at their best, the "hurry-up" methods fall somewhere in that intermediate ground between green leaf and ripeness, and far short of the mellow perfection gained by ageing tn woqd. jo all our half century as tqbooeojraianufaoturen, we have found nothing that equals ageing in wood to ripen and rwaetan tobacco for smoking* Valval, theiefoea, la made anthely of .tobaeoo that haa bean truly aged-— aged in wood. It ia made of the highest grade of Kentucky Burley that money can buy, and every ounce of it goes through this mellowing process — nor can you get such mildness, such cool , satisfying goodness, in any other way. Vu% Velvet iu your favorite pipe, and see for your self what ageing in wood does for' tobacco. mm SVIeMaajtoaeaA »rtn *4 far Burlty it ay <*<• w *gJ a/fi-oifMCHi the aged in wood tobacco HAH*. Laggatt k Uyen Tobacco Co. What happens if a player kicks a looie ball, driving it well Into the opponent'a territory, also recovering the ball? A loosii ball In the possession of neither side may not be kicked or kicked at- Such - an net results in the loan of ball to the opponents at the spot where the foul occurred. When measuring distance In prefer to determine whether or not a team haa made the required ten yarda to make it first down, what point of the ball (a considered. The forward point ot tl'o ball, in position lifter Doing declared dead, shall ho taken as the determining" point iu measuring. , How ia a player who ia off-aiA put onilde? A player who Is off-side is 1m- merlatoly put on-slde when the ball touches an opponent. If such a ball is fumbled he is eligfbl3 to re- cbver It. Reno High Meets Newton Friday Newton, Kan., Nov. 18.—Newton high acliool will meet the Jteno community high team from Nlcker­ son here on Friday afternoon. Coach Stuart and the players generally have not considered the Keno game as especially hard until recently. Some ot the players got to reading up on Reno's record tor the season. They found that .Lyons worked hard and long to defeat Reno, 6 to 0. Lyons also managerl to defeat Hutchinson, 6 to U. Lyons has not beou Bcored on this year and Hutchinson Das only been scored on once or twice. Comparing the two scores, place Hutchinson and Reno olf-practtcally the Burne levels. To the coach and players that means hut one thing and that is one ot the hardest games of the year. BETHEL AND 8T. JOHN8 TO MEET AT NEWTON Newton, Kan.; Nov. 19.—Betliei college, fresh from ltB victory ovor Friends last week, will play its last game of the season here Nov. 26th, aa the feature of Homecoming Day with St. Johns 1 . None of the men will be out or the game with injuries unless tftoy manage to get broken up the rest ot the week. Conway will he oiti the remainder of the year under the doctor 'B. Clawsou has become a, fixture in too backfield and is showing much more power tms week'pn offense than .heretofore. MOMEf Special Suits and Overcoats $29: 50 1 This price range embraces some very fine Guaranteed Garments in Suits and P'Coats. Good Style—Good Fabric— Excellent Fit and a Saving. SEE OUR WINDOW -J Lift Off-No Pain REGINALD DENNY AT THE MIDLAND Iteglnald Denny stages a-*eoni- bluation of fight, auto thrills and laughs as his "comeback" following the automobile accident that confined him to his bed for ten weeks following lite racing plc- tur, "Snorting Youth." The "comeback" occurg in "The Keckless Age," hla'now starring vehicle, to bo seen commencing tomorrow at the Midland theatre. The new picture, filmed from "love Insurance," an Eari Derr Biggers atory recently published In the Saturday Evening Post Is a liilariqus satire on. tho doings of tho younger set. The vaudeville, for the last half ot the week in conjunction with "The Rockies* Ago" is announced as McAdam ft Sullivan Sisters in "A ^ee Bit O'Scotch" and Browning & Weir, "Two Pals From the South." OLD TIME SHOUTING HEARD AROUND ALTAR. Old time ehoutinx was heard around the alter at the Nazarene church last flight in the revival meeting when a father was converted. , Large crowds are attending the meeting. The male quartet sang last night The large chorus rendered excellent music, Evangelist Kring at the Nazarene church last night preached on, "The Blood ot Jesus Christ," "the blood redeems us," he said. "We lost our relation to God In the Tall The blood of Jesus Chylst was shet In order to bring us back to God. Canadian detectives have dove' oped a system of communlcalln «'hlch they call "eyelid talking," ti balk criminals. Doesn't hurt one bit! Droii a little "Freezopo" on au aching corn, Instantly that corn stops hnrt- ius, then shortly yon lift it right off. with fingers. Your druggist sells a tiny bottle ot "Freezoue" for a few cents, sufficient to remove every bard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toos, and tho foot calluses, without soreness or irritation. Starting: Tomorrow! TODAY "THE BOY OF FLANDERS" With JACKIE COOGAN- A Mo« Wonderful Picture and Century Comedy "HER FORTUNATE FACE" A Brand New One ID TO ««. S-IOc mid Evening 10c TONIGHT—"HI. Darker Self" with Lloyd Hamilton. Ben Turpln In "Aileep at th* Switch," comedy. TOMORROW—WillUm Rusiell In "Tlmaa Have Changed." Klectric vivacity, aheor novelty, stunning: realism, "The Scenario School," comedy. Last Times To Nite! "MADONNA of the STREETS" Willi Nazimova and Milton Siiis Here Ag&in! Reginald Denny in For those who Love Youth and Can't Forget the Joya of Youth— ADDED 2—ACTS VAUDEVILLE—2 McAdam And Browning Sullivan Sistera And Weir "A Wee Bit O' "Two Pale" Scotch "From the South" Aeaopa' Fable*—News Regular Midland Prices, Mat. 26c, Eve. 40c, Kids 10c Vaudeville—3, 7:30, 9:30. Pictures 1 to 11 P. M. Now! SERVICE — Is the Measure of Difference Between Good Work and Poor. Phone 9 FOR REAL SERVICE . MOVING, STORING, PACKING,. SKIPPING SHAW * FERGUSON THE CITY TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO. •1t Wf ST FIRST HUTCHINSON, KANS. KIN TIN *F(N0 YOUR MAN' ummrn "Our Gang" Comedy—"Cradle Robbers" Usual Shows—Prices Mats. 10—20c. Eve 10—-30. GOLFERS NOTICE The entire line of clubs of Cecil Straw and Geo. Dow, professionals, have been token over by us and wc are offering them at a liberal discount. See them early and get your choice. THE HUTCHINSON OFFICE SUPPLY AND PRINTING COMPANY Phone 127 410 North Main Read the Classified Ads in The News-Herald.

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