The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on December 1, 1924 · Page 3
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December 1, 1924

The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 3

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ItfoNDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1924 THE HUTCHINSON NEWS, ,CiE THREE- SPOILT W NEWS^ AND%VIEW8 FINAL MATCHES IN TOURNAMENT Cr.-ni?view Club't Handicap |Event to be Brought to Close this Week. The November hnntllcnn tournn- ment of tlio Granilvlew golf club, probably tlio Inst golf event l>e."e until the robins chirp will como to a close this weok with tlio playing of the final mntchen In tlio first and consolations llRhta. In the first fllRlit D. D. Taylor, Will meet A. W. Estos. Ench lias a handicap of 18. > In • the consolation flight Jena Corseaut meets John Petrlo. Cor- heaut has a handicap of i uml Petrlo 18. Tho final match of the second flight has been completed, with S. M. Babbitt defeating ',V, .1. Scholl. Mr, Habbltt receives a flno -McGregor Iron club, given by tho O'Donnell Hardware store and Mr. Scltoll four 75-cent golt halls, given by the club. The Thanksgiving flag tournament of tbo Qrnndvlew club was won .by A. W. Tuttle who took home a U'-pound gooso. Dr. 0. .1. Palmar wan a rumierup and received a 6-pound duck. Nurmi Declines To Meet Olympic Rival •New York, Dec. 1—It Is now a suro thing that America will not gst to see a repetition of the thrilling Olympic race between Willie .Vtltola and' Pavvo Nurml in the 5000 meters. Nurml Is knowu as tho iron man country from Finland. Pltoln is already here. Tho two are to compete In indoor meets. Nurml si known as the Iron man of the track, duo lo his endurance feats. But America must be content to see him in the minor events. Nurml will confine his running to eligibility Is questioned and the Kitola Is said to be willing to meet his countryman in the longer races but Nurmi will have none of It. "I don't caro to burn myself out," he explains. Nurml beat Itltola In the 5000 Olympic meters. It was one of the greatest races of the gigantic athletic carnival. ous In a thrilling gild battle. The final score was anything but decisive but It gives the locals the best, record of any of the Independent Kansas trams, The «core | was 7 to (i. Tola started off with a rush, making llieir touchdown in the second I quarter by straight football and niiido tho extra point. The otflclnls wore Ad Undsey, netliany college; Bill Weldllne. I Mays college, and Andy Schocppel, tenner Nebraska university foot- 1 ball star. Grid Game Swells College Coffersj (My Tln> Associated I'rcss) New York, Dec. 1—Football has p-.icrMlned more than ton million persons throughout the United o...Lcs this t'all and overflowing collage coffers augur well for the | gnme's future. Edison of France Ida Legion Team Bows to Hoisington l!"!«tn"ton. Tics. 1.—The tola American Legion football team met Its first defeat of the season here yesterday when tho Ilolsing- lon l,eglonecra emerged vHorl- M. Edouard Branley France's great inventor, recently celebrated his 80th birthday in Paris. He was the discoverer of the coherer, which was the beginning of wire, less communication. OFFER LOVING CUP AT POULTRY SHOW, Nlckerson, Dec. 1—Nickcrson business men have offered a prize to tho boy or girl under 18 year3 of age for the best display at tho poultry show next week. The prize Is in the shape of a handsomely on- graved loving cup. Protest Coast Star Eligibility of Stanford Star Questioned and Claim to Pacific Title Hangs in Balance. Because Norman Clear ntur player of the Stanford vorsity, played a few inimiteHJ varsity man four KCIIKUIIH bai eligibility I* ucsiiou> 'i-l right of Stanford i" the championship hanu.i in iloubt^ voimjrx CLE.WKI.AXH McMULLEN GETS DRAW IN BOUT AT DODGE| DIHIKO City. Dee. 1—Rimer Mc- Mulleu, former Hutchinson "-•eltei- welght fought a ten-round draw | here with Hoy (,'ouley of Milwaukee, one of lho best welterweights | in tilt* country. Walter Page, a Dodge City welter j had a shade tho best of Freddie I Ollhert, a Wichita battler in their j six-round semi-final bout. A fierce battle is expected when Dan Johnson and Judge Landls meet In conference. . . . The gentlemen will duel with high-powered adjectives at 20 paces and tho carnage will doubtless be awful. * # * Whilo most of the nuts como from Brazil, it Is peculiar that Switzerland Is the home of tho ski jumpers. * * * Notre Dame will play In the Tournament of Roses ghme on the coast. . . . Admirers of the Irish are hoping they dou't. como back with lilies in their hands. * *, » You should have no trouble distinguishing the bed-time stories in SUPT. ALLPHIN'S WIFE CAPTURED AN INMATE. Iho future now that Mr. Rlckai-il has stopped broadcasting fights. * * * Tho firemen of Philadelphia have a football team. . . . Naturally they'd liko to end their season in a blaze of glory. Mrs. A. S. Allphln, wife of the reformatory superintendent, captured, Donald Kerr, an Inmate who escaped from tho Institution about 5:45 Saturday evening with the Ford car used to haul mall. Mrs. Allphiu chased him four blocks with her husband's car and finally crowded him Into the curbing, She located him euroute to the Sulvallou Army citadel where, slio knew that his wife was slaying. EDWARDS CO. POULTRY SHOW ON THIS WEEK. Lewis, Kan., Dec. 1.—Tho Edwards county Poultry & Pet Stock show opened hero today and will continue for three days. E, H. Kellcy, of Stafford, widely known poultryman, is judgo of tho show. Tho officers of tho association are Mrs. O. O. McCormick, president; J. J. Gibson, vice-president; and Clarence Cross, ."ecrutary- treasurnr. The membership of the association numbers at this time about seventy. MAN A-ND WIFE FINED AND GIVEN SENTENCES. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lenlr. 1 111 North Monroe street, were each fined $100 and costs and sentenced to .'(0 days In the city jail on each of two charges against them, which were violations of the bono dry law and "pouring" liquor when be'ng raided, when they were tried In police court Saturday evening. BANKS SHOW BIG • INCREASE IN DEPOSITS Dodge City. Dec. 1,—The nine hanks In Ford county show an a-- gragato in deposits of 53.157,30 as compared with one year ago a tills time, $2,350,420, or an tricrea; o.' over $1,100,000. Three of the banks are located Dodge City, two at Ducklln, one , Ford City and one at Klngsdown EXCHANGE CLUB MEETING TONIGHT AT STAMEY. The Kschango Club members will head a discussion of the. Uoy Scout work in llulchlnsoc given by Father M. 1,. Kaln at the regular nif'lins; at 0:-I0 tonight at the Stanley lintel. W. U. Tedrlck and S. 1'. Rowland, county superintendent, will discuss the need and possibility of securing a junior college here. There's no don lit about it.—the Shop-o-Scope is he time ; nd moiiev saver of this busy season. tf. See speaker. Sonera Radio Cabinet i 2!l-im ! ITS THI CUT OF YOUR CLOTHES THAT COUNTS NTS 1 SOCIETY BRAND overcoats in wonderful deep, warm fabrics These rich, colorful patterns and plain shades are the finest overcoatings we have ever offered to our customers. Made up with the correct Society Brand cut, they make the warm, practical, handsome overcoat that every man likes to own. Suits and Overcoats $40 Up Others $25 to $35. Clothcraft: $29.50 Oocidy Brand tCloitit* Butter -Knist FRESH Try it /i Useful Gifts That Wil' j Sheep Lined Suede Storm L«.-»lli<! r I COATS COATS VESTS Pleas* e aocS S atisfy Hunting COATS Corduroy SUITS Bedford Cor SUITS Every Man ••DEE BROTHERS ANNOUNCE A substantial reduction in the prices of their Passenger Cars effective December 1, 1924. Button Bottom BREECHES Wogl SHIRTS Who VI forks o Hunting Caps | Leather Helmets | High Top BOOTS SWEATERS | Leather PUTTEES In the CSreat Short Leather COATS Knit Sport COATS ARMY BLANKETS i m&mws UNDERWEAR Wool DERSS SOCKS Wool BOOT SOCKS Arnold Auto Co. 25 Fir»t East Phone 2707 Work Gloves and M itteny Cress Gloves, Crivinrj Gloves Army SHOES Do Your Xmas Shopping Early It will be an easy thing to do here because every man eitju/ and appreciates more than anything else comfortabk, long waning, neat wooklng clothes for his clays of work or recreation m the open. The Army Stores Co. 407 N. MAIN Outdoor Clothing of Every Kind ' am ami, bnil w:;>; nut in that sumo, but the I'nl-• hnli'iini'l: h:i,l iilayed iignln.it Idaho, :w .1 , tin Kun .mil Montana. . 'tis' I'hf 'iHi '.-iiion Is whether ;he*n> til' i.iinr; slnmlil hit thrown nut. Stan- 1 lufi !•!.' •\|>ro.:suil a M 'tlli»init >><s '•' i accept ilHVut III the Raines quos- i tinned, If it is Hie, wMi of cMit'cr- ^tiinl'ciril recently lied olia 111 tho bis b'uuia of tho your. Cljtave. 1 unco nuiliorilies Basket Ball Season Is Here. We are in a' position to outfit any team with any priced equipment. We also carry a large assortment of Basket Balls and Foot Balls—ideai Christmas Gifts for the junior player. These balls are built to last. THE HUTCHINSON OFFICE SUPPLY AND PRINTING COMPANY Phone 127 " 408-410 N. Main ft&J ) i

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