The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on December 2, 1924 · Page 5
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TUESDAY. DECEMBER 2, 1924 THE HUTCHINSON NEWS, PAGE T- IV l\ SPORJT W NEWStf AND^LVIEWS IY0NS ELEVEN HAS BIG YEAR Not a Foe Able to Score on Great Kahler Machine; Ran Up Total of 348 Point*. HE FAWNING BEE HWH Is Conch Art Knlilor, former Southwestern star developed a team nt Lyons this year which iiiuilo n record that Is seldom found in thCHe ilnys of (oatbnll unccrtalnllcs. The "Lyons" romped through nn ever- victorious season und moreover held nil opponents scoreless while amassing n total o[ 348 points, demottstrallng renl offonslvo ns well as di'fenslve power. Lyons Justly feels mlRhty cliealy over IU high school teum. Unde- l'ented teams happen every now and then. Tim Kalilor athletes crowned their glorious sensou with a 64-0 victory over Mcl'her- 11011 at Mcl'lierson. Hutchinson ltlgli school gavo Lyons Its best gamo of tho year. Kflliler's boys winning over the gold and hluo 7 to 0. The following record ls~a tribute to Coach Kahler and to the fight find hnstlo of I he Lyons team: Lyons 25, Little River, Lyons 4S, 0 Lyons 41, Sterling 0. Lyons 14, Stafford u. Lyons CD, Sterling 0. Lyons ", Hutchinson 0. Lyous 75, Ornnt Hend u. Lyons 15, Ellsworth 0. Lyons (11, Mcl'lierson 0. Lyons, SIS, nil opponents 0. e MUT am nlone, so fnr as Is known in hav Ing a clean goal line, i —x~- I There were other unilofoatod ; high school teams In Kalians. One of theso Is Hodgeman county hlRh school of Jelmorc. Tho Jetmnre boys had two tie games and won all others. Principal Win. Shnlor coached the team this year. —x— Chief John Metoquali who came Into prominence hers a few years ago when somo effort was uiada to Nlage boxing bouts, is still barnstorming about In southern climes. Ills latest triumph was scored early In November at Panama City with King Solomon, reputed chum plan of Central America. The chief whoso homo is at Ely, near Lnrned, is now hailed as heavyweight champion of Central America. All records for receipts at a football game were broken Thanksgiving day when Lyons and McPherson played at tho latter oily. Cash admissions totaled $G50. In addition to funds realized from Athletic association tickets. It was a big success for McPherson from a flnanclnl standpoint and a big success for Lyons from the standpoint of the gamo's outcome the Knhler athletes winning 61 to 0. —x— .Mcl'lierson high school is well pleafled at all evonts because the game made football pay for tho, season. Whereas most p.-ts.U sensons have Iteen a deficit In the athletic fund there is a $250 balance this year. Uasketbali on tho other hand usually pays good dividends. In Hutchinson the reverse Is usually truo. Football season piles The outdoor sports season just nbout ended, though golf bugs will not bo denied so long ns old man Winter continues his present offering of weather. Thn tournament which will end this week <it tho Clrandvlow Oolf club will be tho last outdoor event until the robins play their roturn engagement In the spring. —x— Indoor sports of minor character will bo In order until early spring. Fair fans of the city are spending the first, three days of this week admiring Kudy Valentino who is gracing the canvas ut the Midland. —x— One enraptured flapper at the Midland last, night denied herself the comedy because she had arrived late and did not wish to Bpoll the memory nt those facial calisthenics of Rudy with a lot of slapstick sturr. At. least that's what slie broadcasted to the world after entertaining those nbout her with her exclamations during the showing of "The Sainted Devil." Moral, go on time. It will ho a month before the cage season formally opens. Uasket­ bali games always start during Deomber 'but they are of preliminary character. If Art Kahler does as well with his Lyons Haskelhall team this year as he did with his young gridders Lyons will bo on the athletic map proper. Kahler was probably rated as a better basketball man than a grid player in his days at Southwestern. There Is no gainsaying the claim of the Lyons team to high honors; up sufficient balance to mnko up among Kansas high schools, lor Iho basketball deficit. Why, Knitter's troupe averaged .18 2-3 no one knows. There Is no finer points to u game to a big zero for sport than tho cnge game mid It all opponents. Tho Lions stand comes at a mighty dull season ft Gloomy Gil" Dobie Game's Leading Exponent of Artificial Grief Has Disastrous Season to Sob Over. vi«nv, talks: St.". revue, NIphtlmwHs, S organ. " .'• ! WLS, ChlrnL-.i CMS) «:30, organ; 7: 9:^11, tMltert:ilii..r*. fHrm program. | book talk; 1'.', -i.prrino; 10:30, oivh."'- 1 I 1 . Ira. ; , WtAV, Oln.-lnnatl (<I3> S-10, oroh .'S- 1 ," ! iru. iwn.l ...t>. .1 iv. I j WTAM. CI. vHaN.l f3!>i» 7. rnm-ort. j ; \V( » '. I'tav'-'iiporf. lIMl 7, landman;; ; 5, nr^'aii, .-mpi-ami I Wirx, i.-.m 6. musical pro- I 1 JOE VI HUM S Jesse .lames may have had certain, distinct moral drawbacks but he never charged six-nils for a wilted chrysanlhnmini at a foul hall game. What's become of the Wmed prlzefiKhter who Exchangers Discuss Local Junior College (-17) 7:3a. Sf»j ori'lu-slra. t.-r-or. KSX, lli.|lvwu>i.t CT.Tl 9, orclv.tra; 10, r.-ittjrn; or.-h.stru. \\~< IS, J.'flV; ':.>[! City S. rt'l- dr*'.^; S"::a, mu^n'iil, ch<*lr. Kit.!. I.<w AiiH"!'*^ Tim.'.'* <.».-., S:?f>, rhllilri'li: |i>. li'iflire; <>|.u»iral; lt:i". MIICIT . ban.!',1st: 1-. orrlp'stra. WIIAS . Lnuisviiio 'nun's (loin ::::<>It, ll.iunlinti ntllhl'Mlr. WVOt>. Miiin.'iiii..ll.'1-St. Paul (IK) 7, VK P' T P 'TvIt" 1 : :'. nnif-h il. W.IJI.". Jlii'iM'-lii-art i:7»> Junior baml. WKAF, N»n- Vorlc (452) C. l'nlli-1 HAIR STAYS COMBED, GLOSSY Millions Use It - Few Cent: [Buys Jar at Drugstore r.asoym of Ami'r!''*: <:1 (;'<;. T-'J''. V'luU-.a:' U'HN. N.:»- V..'rk •'. 3». I»!k; 1:1.1. J.'UlMn. ,.nn til": - .10. nr. li'-iJr.i ; U 17.. N. v . Vnrk ' t'Al Wall Si .l..urn*l rvvi-n . urvlnstru. wvit, ,\v» irk fi«3) r, 1 :•. v'i'"Cl ;n . :i.ln, s.r.'i:".! HT.1V, Oak Park i.<;: ' piannli'Kti.v-', ["lilt. l>T'-ht" ; f r.i I Kuo, onki.iti'i nili 'i, 1" 1 WHM!. I'lillnili'lphlA < j talk : 7. talks: n. M i-lr Willi. I'Mhi.l.'lp! it,-; ;ii'. on-ara ftadio i'ati:jv-t :30, il.mci IVi'AK, PiltMlairi: shini' ulrl; C:i:,, «i S;;;o, I'oiH'i-i t. Iliiln 1.2 [ JMinne si'. V"!lo%- i dazzle the sporting editor with a big fur-collared overcoat? • • * Statistics at hand show thai no fewer than 6,42;i.S7.> headline writers throughout, the country referred to it as a "Turkey Day Game." ' .V (luarterback lu Ohio had lo : run 10.1 yards to score a touchdown. •. . . , What the game needs Is ber-: ter street car service. The news that American hall : players tossed pennies In a fountain • in Home is not unusual. . . ,i Americans are notoriously extrnva-i gain abroad. Lunch M *n Win. The howlers representing the Anderson lunch rooms doioaU'tl The Public Service pin men in their match at the Y. M. C. A. lai-t night by n good margin. Hoffman rolled high for the M frames. Individual scores: Anderson Lunch. Kiinior l.a.lil Kotnlnniim Turvln Huffman .Ml f.CS 473 Totals Paur Colo .liihtisoii .Mcl-'allimarit. .. Totals PuDllo Service. A! I 4SD 4":! Missouri Tigers to Invade Far West Theiv's many a cup tiuit the Up Los Angeles. Dec. 2.— The announcement yesterday of an inter- M'oiionul football game here Christ- iwixi tbe' ,luls (1 ">' ''el-ween Hie ITnlversily of Missouri, OhuinpiiHiK and thu "Mte iiropositlon of securing a junior collego In Hutchinson was discussed at the regular meeting of the Exchange Club last night at the Stumey Hotel by W. R. Tedrick and 3. P. Rowland, county superintendent of schools. A committee composed of W. R. Tedrlck, A. R. King anil Don Shaffer was appointed to take up tho matter with tho other civic clubs and the Chamber of Commerce. Father M. L. Knin gnve an Interesting speech on the work of the Boy Scouts, lie asked the Kx- 1 change Club to got. behind the , scout work In this city. A. It. j King of the Senior high school ; made a talk on "Advantages of \ Kducatton". II. 1!. Malono, R. K. Arnold and I C. L. Slaughter were appointed nfi a nominating committee lo make tho nominations In preparation for tho regular eleeltou of officers which will be held at the next meeting Friday, December 12. This Is a characteristic pose ot Gloomy Oil Dobie, Cornell coach, who has Just ended the most disastrous season he ever "enjoyed" since he entered tho big league of football. Dobie is notorious for his lack of optimism. None of his teams ever played a perfect game. No victory was so good that it could not have been better. This year he had plenty of reason to be genuinely pessimistic. His hitherto unbeaten Cornell eleven lost four games, bowing to Williams, Dartmouth, Rutgers and Pennsylvania, We don't i ai'ssoiin. t uiuuijnm.-' of the Mis- know the name of the revenue raid- sm ""l Valley Conference er who coined that one. ' Lnlversity of Southern Caltlornhi » « . assured Southern California grid Florida is a wonderful state. . .followers ot nil opportunity to wit- It must be to stand for the gab of \ In uctlon one of the besl foot all the golfers who assemble there ' " "'* "'" " In tho winter. • « * No football team went through the season without beinu scored on, . . . Looks llko they use the rabbit ball on tho gridiron, too. i „.._*** , . i The Hutchinson Municipal band 914 Terrls of New I ork >»,„,„.,, arfi ,„ )iavi) H ainner at, 11:111) this evening at tho Wiley tea room. It is n monthly affair «li-!i llm boys now and Iho ovouing will bo spent in eating and In getting still better acquainted. There will bo a few guests of the baud. ! ball elevens of Iho midwest. Band Boys Are To Have Big Spread Mexican to Meet Wienert, Los Angeles, Dee. 2.—Tony Fuente. Mexican heavyweight er. was scheduled to leave tonight for Newark, N. .1., where ho will meet Charlie Wienert in a boat Dec. 13. RADIO (Radio program! for Wednesday, Dec, 3. All Central time. By Associated Press, and Radio Digest). TVITB, Kansas City, Bweermy (411 meters, 730 Kllwyclos) 2-3, populur nitiuiu by the Novelty Trio (accordian, banjo and saxaphone); 7-S, resnlar . prAin-ani Kivon Urn first Wmlnp-irlay "f j WSB. \>.\w:\\ month by the Missouri Branch f wornnn't of the N'atlonal Consrns? of I J arents | morcc and Teachers, arranged by the Pr-^-i and J'uMlcitj- Chairman, Mi*. II. U. ("Ira ham; piano solos, s^locfd. Ml ^ Kvaticos Payne; nddross, "Juvenile Courts," Mrs. K. >[. Bradbury, juv— idle court chairman, Parenj-Teacher--' Assoehnion: violin aoloa. selected. Mrv. Arvld Frank, vIollnlKt, Mr. Arvnl Frank, atcoinpajil^t: soprado s^los, se- loctert. Mins MHdreil Sponcwr. KSAC, Manhattan, Kan., (SU nmt- Nuon-day program. 1 2:3*>. uin- ful auggentlons as to what to mat:a and how to make it, E. C, Graham. KSt>, St. I, OH 1 F rnpt-Dteputrh (fi4U) f.;t'», eoneort; !>, variety program; 11, daiR -a musie. WDA.F» The Kansas City Star (111) 0:10-4:30, radio trio; 0:r.0-6, market- era m, weather repurt, timei .tlgnal and road report; ti-7, School of the air. address, music, Tell-me-a-Btory-lady; S-9:15, proKram by Biudents nf St. Agnes academy; ll:ir ( -l, Ni^lithavrlcp. Atlanta Journal (4W* 10:4.", d 1 y i a 1 o J i C h a n i h LT o ( t *o u i - K VHII stubborn, unruly nr sliam- | pooetl bait* stnys romtuMl all day in j any stylo yivx Hkn. "Itair-CIroom" ; Is n dignlflHl comblnR cream which ' Rives that nniural gloss and well- ' groomed effect tu your hair—that final touch 1o grunl dress both in ) liiisimiss and nn nocinl occasions. "Uair-ttroom" is ^[cnsoh'.is; alFO j helps rrow thick, heavy, lustrous ; hair. Re wart. 1 uf ^r^-a^y, harmful \ imitationB. | S <tl<i tttry- tt-krrt. at tin* trical, t aii i* Star * i it M d FOR RADIO— COLUMBIA IGN1TOR! The proven dry cell, /or all radio dry cell tubes WHEN you buy a Columbia Ignitor, you just know it is reliabla and will give satisfaction. Widest distribution of any dry cell on the market. There is a Columbia dealer convenient to every radio user. Manufactured tnd guaranteed by NATIONAL CARBON COMPANY. INC. eVlREADr Dry Batteries '-they last longer KKGZ, Berrifii Springs story; S:l.'>, Mtrhit; lilo; f chat; it:0r,, vnc-al. WEKI, Boston CIM) «. Big llrotli-r club: 6 M 0, nuisli-al; 7. Lynn liii^lit: S. conrrulto: S:."'.', miusltral: 3.0, .I JIUC-J; 10:30. organ. WGK, Buffalo (319) «. lecture: 7. concert; y;30, ilutU'f; musir. 1VMAQ. •Chlc-iiBO News HIT.5) fi, <ivffan: G::10. stories: S. lecture; S::i0, mufieal; !i. pluyniwlit; :t:-tr>. talk. WKIJir. ChlcaK-. i«t» t. smics; J, • 11. KOll.lst .H. ony \ piano seletMion; musieal orcliestra. readings. V.K-J I: 11 bos-l"Capt. Wllllo Brown" nml "Who, KVW, Chli-npi (.'..'Ml 0:35, t j \Miat, Wliore," (leitrutlo Duii.l Tet- ! concert; 7:j0-!):lft, musical, Use New= puy. 'Herald wiuil art*. The}' rick; lecture. "rlUKKing Leaks with Poisoned Oats," A. K. Oman: ra.iio question box; lecture. "Picking Prof-. Itable Pullets." J. If. McAilams; 1, market quotations, "ColleRe of tho. Air": 7:'ju. tuninii-in prognim. music department; 7:30, lecture, "Increasing tllB Lifo of Automobile StoraKO Batteries," J. L. Brenneman; ":4o, belp- stawe Mr. •aid to bo anolltcr Benny l^eonnnl . , . Mr. Terrls lias two ears ant! a mouth and breathes through his aosa. * • • Personally, we thlnV roller slutt­ ing la ridiculous but tie notice a lot of pooplo fall for lt. w • * Maybe the plan ot the South 'Americans to send a team of Bma- tour fighters to this country is Just i cunuing scheme to show Flrpo a * * Another remarkable Ihlng about feewllng Is that lt Is possible to GRIDDERS WILL BE GUESTS AT DINNER. (Members, of the high schuol foot- hall squad will l>o honor quests Thursday evening at a dluner given by the members of tho lll-V club i» the Y. M. C. A. H, K. Whituly advisor anil Currell llostutler chalr- uian of tho program comntittee are working on a good program which will bo In accordance with tho athletic spirit. Basket Ball Season Is Here. We are in • position to outfit any team with any priced equipment. We also carry a large assortment of Basket Balls and Foot Balls—ideal 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 IRftfUgMBEHfl 1 SCUL655 ti I A H g6MPAr4^ open tho season without the president throwing out the first ball. Kansas Colleges In Theatre Tournament Chicago, Dec. —Nine universities in all sections of tho United States have entered Iho university theater tournament of Northwestern University School of Speech, to bo conducted tor three days, j beginning December 30. A trophy! cup and $2C0 cash prizes will be awarded to tho company of college players making Die most favorable Impression on the judges. Only one-act, plays, completed In forty minutes, will bo considered. The ontries are; Agnes Scott college, Decatur, Oa. Ohio Wosleynn, Delaware, O. North Carolina College for Women, Greensboro, N. C. Kluilra college, Elmlra, N. Y, Depauw university, Crecncastle, lud. University ot Michigan, Ann 'Arbor. I'uH'erslty ot Kansas, Lawrence. University ot West Virginia. Morgaulown. KunsnB Statu Agricultural col- Ian, Manhattan. beautiful %idio ^production! M AKE a loud (pcafcn of your phonograph with tin Red Seal Attachment. It gives true, faithful reproduction. The exclusive Manhattan Soft Rubber Connector makes connection poiaible with almoK any phonograph tone arm. Price, J(5.00 Made by the makers of the famous Red Sail Dry BaUtrkl Tied Seal _ PHONOGRAPH ^ ATTACHMENT .or r unsurpassed mildness w sweetness 10c - 2 for 25c 15c Valentine Unvarying High Quality Since 1848 On the all-steel Kansas City - Florida Special Spring and Florida are less than forty hours away. ObservationSleep- ing Car, every travel convenience, and Dining Car Service by Fred Harvey help make the trip delightful. Reduced round trip winter tourist fares. Stop-overs permitted. | KwaPftyTloitla Special Lv. Kansas City 6:00 pm Ar. Jacksonville 7:45 am 2n,l IUJ vil Prlsco and Southern Railway Duu| Car Service All Tic War Fred Harvey Meali on the Fritcp Obitrratioa Sleeping Car Kanial City to Jackaoorille For illustrsted literature about Florida, sleeping car reservations or for other Information, cat] at, phone or write Fruco Ticket Office 709 Walnut Street Kansas City, Mo. f. R. NEWMAN Dlvtiilon I'ntflenBer Agent, tM*eo Ltnej ivi Weluut St.. Kuua* City. Hu. M. COXWELL • Effective December 28thThrough Sleep^ ing Car Kansas Citv to Miami. Butter-Kmst FRESH f[ i-i-hizt i «.Kiat »i-i-«:M»t-jt i «-« acT_^; aat^.i.-. • -_r •< Java Try it EL PRODUCT

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