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SUNDAY EBRUARY! 1928 MIAMI NEWS RECORD PAGE IVE SEEKS TO BREAK GRIP IN ICE SPORTS qWZSDRT TOMES 1 ft 1 One of the stars of Norway champion team in the winter ames at St 1 I I 1 fx 1 1 1 1 I 574 227 193 164 NEimKGREETS me I 1 Abraham Lincoln as a congressman Stephen A Douglas of Illinois Among" 14 (Continued from Page' One) 1 III I and Opening of regular air lines 1 parts of the route he has co 12 9 Washington 34 to 30 le snot wrignt rnl Washington ranged second (s pany NEED KITCHEN CURTAINS? I 1 A DEMOCRATS ELECT KEY LEADER BY UNAMINOUS VOTE BY RODNEY DUTCHER NEA Service Writer WASHINGTON eb 1 1 Mfl the Ttni "Weii 4'4 Worley Taylor 'Sims Seaman Handicap 1 0 4 1 1 10 made from mid court So accurate was his long range aim that speeta tnrx frnsnnd uhnnnvnr hr shnt Wrin ht Airiries scorintr ace i with 12 points despite upusually close guarding Western Association Will Have Six Clubs since leaving Washington for Mex 1 icon City would play an important part he said in the development of western commerce He cued the glo rious history of his own plane winch alter more than 40000 in 465 hours in the air has yet had no need of a major overhauling as proof of the reduction in the cost of mainten ance of planes ard engines in the last lew years 3 1 1 1 Henryetta Hospital War Again in Court she Riley one her The CANT CUB btxJ CAtYr PACK am LEPHAMTS rRUfiX ThKiorc tb (jomS UGYHXM Atot KINDNESS REPAID PHILADELPHIA eb When Clarence Deohong a 78 year old bachelor died recently his will re vealed that Mrs Lascelle Bell widow of his old friend Dr Hell a dentist of Chester Pa was left nearly a pianes wnicn nan accompanied them wheeled and lianked in their wake as they swooped down to a graceful landing Americans are tremendous Costes said as he watched them He had just shaken hands with Claronce Chamberlin Bernt Balchen George Noville who flew across the North Pole with Com mander Richard Byrd and Charles A Levine No set ot curtaliy In the house 19 so apt to be neglected ns those in the kitchen They are the first to got soiled and the last to receive at tention on the general grounds that "anything does for the Yet that is where the housewife siiends a good many of her waking hours and should therefore have bright attrac tive surroundings i There is no reason why every kitchen should not have at least two sets of curtains A pair ot sturdy yet pretty ones can be made from two empty flour bags which enn bo had for a few cents from almost any baker i The inking is removed by covering it with lard or kerosene overnight and then washing the bag in lukewarm water The cloth when unripped Is 3d by 42 Inches large enough for the average kitchen win dow In fact for a small one a sin gle bag will mske the pair Putting a two luch fold ot gingham or per cale aronnd three sides Is a pretty trimming atgl will give extra length and width If Uicse are needed Tii crowd would uiafch'? hmbowL Kansas Aggies Drub Drake Cagers 46 30 171 DES MOINES la eb (AID Kansas Aggies overcame an early lead and then coasted to an easy victory over Drake in a Mis souri Valley basketball game here tonight 46 to 30 by Shradski who scored 18 points during the game assumed a 25 16 lead at the half and drew away in the final period Ovation Given Two Pilots Who Have 'lown Across our Continents' HWLEIIB OELlHOIMtlEEBS I Sooners and Tigers Share Equally in ield oul Throw Decides Smith 1 Kimmel Craven King MARION KEYS DIES Marion Beth Keys 4 0 0 4 3 1 A IVE WINS KANSAS CITY eb (AP) Kansas City Athletic club cagers downed the Springfield Teachers here tonight in one of the most Colorful basketball games of the season The score was 27 to 23 The A basketeers led at the half with the score 13 to 9 and gradually pulled away from the Teachers in the final stanza 1 2 0 0 0 1 4 2 1 1 done daughter of Mr and Mrs Louis Keys who 12(1 street northeast died late ri I day afternoon al Miami Baptist hos held pital Besides her parents she is that survived brothers lames Rob drop i vrt and Billy Wayne The ral will directors gripped in a helpless dead lock the aniended petition asserts The action of Dr Kilpatrick brings months ago when the two men agreed thiougn their attorneys to abide by a plan to appoint a manager who should have sole charge of the hos pital and who was to brook no inter ference from either side He was to act until a boards of directors had ben named but he still is serving and the plan has not proved satis factoij Di Kilpatrick said in his petition The Henryetta hospital is one of I the largest in Okmulgee county 5 2 0 1 2 3 1 1 0 eb 1 (Special) Parrish 45 years old Parrish died' tonight on North Whitebird Shn had h((n ill fniir besides her husband Mo eb Def inite announcenient that the Western association would operate as a six club circuit the coming season was made here late today by Dale Gear president of the association Tte Joplin franchise was transfer red to the joint ownership of George Cochran business manager and Mar ty Purtell playing manager of the local club after William Tlieschaker Joplin business man definitely made known his decision not to operate the club Only one berth in the ieagcu re mained an uncertainty late today It had not been decided whether the St Louis Cardinals would operate its ranchise in Topeka Kas or Bartles ville Okla Other clubs in the circuit will be at Springfield Mo ort Smith Ark Muskogee Okla andIndependence Kas Mount Whitney in California is Hie highest point i in the United States being 11501 feet above sea lex el i i girls and tne wivi incut Americans 'were NEW YORK The intrepid rench fliers Dieudonne Costes and Joseph le Brix arrived at Mitchel ield today from Washington completing a 22000 mile tour across four continents ami will be the guests of New York for a jveek Still in their flying togs they rode up ifth avenue on the folded too of an open automooi smilimr nnurmrv rv i icopundv vu inv uucers t'i those who lined the sidewalks and looked down upon them from bus tops LeBrix speaks no English but Cftstns Rnpnlfirw fn hntl i La liv foxy PHANN Some ball players buy a car just for the pickup 965 96'5 Bingham Spencer 149 148 167 168 144 rnjoV tO an vnd a truce declared nearly tw vvvviafl ie rv'v 4 I 484 511 488 461 Discusses Aviation After Tak injfGuban Girls lor Ride in Plane crowd greeted the renchmen as they ped out of the sky after a flight he in A cemetery under direc QUAPAWMrs Eva wife of red at the home street here years leaves two sons Orville and Parrish both of Ouapaw and daughter Mrs Iona Garoutte Quapaw Also surviving are mother Mrs Clara Jones of ulton Kas two sisters Mrs Roy Reynolds of ort Scott Kas and Mrs Ed Mann of ulton and a grandson Rex Garoutte Mrs Parrish was born in Webster county Missouri moving with her parents to ulton Kas In 1901 she was married to Mr Parrish and they came to Oklahoma She was mem ber of the Quapaw Rebekah lodge The funeral will be at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon at the home with Rev E' Raney of Hartshorne Okla officiating Burial will be in A cemetery at Miami James Gaspari hotel known as the Congress Hall Refectory on Capitol Square opposite the House of Repre sentatives The hotel has long ago disappeared and its she is npw a part of the Capitol grounds Always Watched by Crowds played the game with great according to the only aecount of Congressman spor'ing activities that this writer car locate he won or lost it was all the same to him His gaunt figure added to the entertain ment When he played a crowd gath ered especially to hear his jokes 'some of which were reduced to the appreciation of a mere man" nThe records seem to' disclose whether Lincoln learned to bowl here or at the Illinois state capital while a legislator Lincoln had prodigious strength and in his eaily Illionis days was fond of physical recreation of the simpler such as wrestling "In sports requiring either muscle or skill he took no little vyrote Herndon his law partner and biographer indulged in all the games of the day evemto a horse race or a cock fight Had aith in His Decisions reputation for fairness and ability to enforce his decisions caused his to bo selected as umpire when there was argument about the mitcome of cock fight 'according to Herndon Townsmen of New Salem looked up to him for his prodigious feats of strength Once an ar rangement of ropes and straps har nessed about his hips ho was en abled on? day at the mill to a crowd of village celebrities by lift ing a box of stores weighing near a thousand is no fiction adds Herndon the story that he once lifted a barrel of whisky from the ground and drank from the bung but in performing this latter almost in credible feat he did' not stand erect and elevate the barrel bnt down and lifted it to his At his first stump speech in Papps ville near Springfield 111 a free for all fight broke out and when Lincoln noticed one of his friends get'ing the worst of it he stepped dowp and threw the assailant some 12 feet Lincoln was a popular congressman here but he was not regarded as presideritial timber In the Thirtieth Congress through which he served there were such senatorial giants as David Webster of Massachusetts John Calhoun ofl South Carolir'i Jef ferson Davis of Mssisri prf a and rujtjt Wse seiTS jaff sec PAT crp backs to match arc a useful and pop ular addition' There re several other ways' of ItnElilmr the curtains You may bind the edges with bias tajH or button hole them adding a quickly worked and effective design In outline stl'eh Or you can simply hem them and put some quaint applique design at the bottom using up scraps of goods you have about the house tSewIng brass or celluloid rings to the baclc of the hem at the top in place ot a case for the rod will make the cur uuns easier io urns The same kinds ot curtains are equally suitable for the bathroom and nursery In the case of the ch 11 room applique or work in 4 simple outline stitch the animals or nursery rbyuid figures that children enjoy so much Quilts cushions bn rean runners and chair covers to match may also be made out of the flour bags and will transform a dull characterless bedroom into a place of charm and OlsUacUoa Lincoln Was Devotee of Sports Bowled Liked Wrestling and Racesand Even Acted as Umpire at Cock ights OKMULGEE Okla eb The war over Henryetta hos pital flared up again in district court today when Dr Garnet A Kilpatrick principal shareholder in the corpora tion owning the institution filed an amendment to a petition that a re ceiver should lie appointed selling forth further reasons why Judge James Hays should act at once With Dr Kilpatrick and Dr Sanderson former president of the board of directors nt odds for months oyer the management of tho institu tion' two chairmen of the board xif directors have been elected two groups of attorneys have been em ployed to represent the hospital in a million dollip Although an avowed legal action the meetings of the woman hater Deshong was lonely in stockholders have been postponed his last years and Mrs Bell often vls from time to time and the board of ited him after her death Team Standings Bet 1 8fl2 776 a pickfcd team (ost two games to the 'High ive last night but emerged on itbe fat end of the' total score rolling for then' opponents red Seaman was high for the nun oni mapies narneu team mis I given a handicap of 40 pins a game discourage him Ho is mevolv 0 following in one or two of the foot steps ot Abraham Lincoln I Those were the days when Lincoln was only a congressman He served in the House from 1847 to 1849 and apparently wanted to continue butthere was no Overwhelming demand for him in his Illinois district While in Washinp ton for those two years however he took keen delight 3 in hurling the old cannon ball down the alley and he was fairly good at if judging from the meagre accounts of his prowess now available I Ma hnwlzfl TVtnfnh orr lOo xirvli zvl Uzxt iiiuvvn uuivo vvjui vgiivl pjsiyis members of Congress at the alky in jj Jamon roci revlL 9OLeaurin miiiu ireiv 1 1 The led Is Dead at Quapaw I rxqws Jceird Want Ads lirmg rc A group of army lion of the ooper Undertaking cum 1 i i 1 it wns explained were designed to simplify party organization and pro cedure however met stubborn oppo sition and on Mr Ray's motion was laid aside for action by the next meeting of the central committee Judge Ray who has stated that ho would propose to the committee meeting that it discard the party con stitution which he considers to be rather an impediment than an aid to puity work did not advantc his sug gestion I' Haskell Speaks The meeting opened with an ad dress by Haskell first governor of Oklahoma urging party harmony would not support the candidacy of my own Mr Haskell de clared "if it threatened the harmony of the Democratic NEW YORK eb A game little ring terrier Benny Bass sof Philadelphia lay in a private hos pitpl tonight and pondered the vicis situde of a fight that brought him a broken collarbone in the rjiidst of the greatest opportunity of his fistic lifetime About his right snuggled a plaster cast holding together a fractured clavicle suffered in the third round of his brilliant but unsuccessful bulldog ef xjfort' to wrest the featherweight crown from Tony Canzoneri in a 15 round slugfest last night 1 Besides the broken main bones the cast held in place splinters of bone ci ground away in the final 12 rounds iijywhen Bass despite the agony of his hurt smashed and tore at the elusive Italian in a thrilling effort to win the title Despite injury received when Canzoneri crashed a punch to the rug ged shoulder the battle was so close that many critics believed 1 low punches to body! in theseventh and ninth round 'cost Benny a draw It is' believed tiyit Bass will be out i of the ring for two and possibly three months The boxer will remain at the hospital for about a week Tim mighty Bingham Spencer crew i nf manln emnelinre wonf iinilni' three games again riday night los ing ito the formidable Kenoyer Bell Hops The hotel lads rollsd far above their averages while Kelly males fell oljf woefully ied Sea man anchor man for the Hoppcis 1 nuHShPri 5X nins In nn hirrh fnr ho three games Score i Keuover Hotel' 185 211 581 179 181 214 '202 61 162 '169 200' 542211 193 583 19 vviini ui iHiv I' ill I' IV nllljW I feCllIIVN clL i'l XJ enie lo year old hgure skatir" pheromeon ValcnMne Cialis (upper Nffht) captains the United Statbfs speed a hde 1 gieat tctini is hea ded by Clas Thunbcrg (lovyr right) flying phanton of the ice uho won wo tacos in the bit Olympics I 1 I IT 2j 0 young man of the house snCnels some 2 2 of his evenings at the bowling alleys uont iiiscouiage nim He is merely '1 1 0 0 0 12 1 HAANA Teh Col Charles A Lindbergh having demon strated to a series 1 distinguished passengers the wonders of the air re turned to earth today to speak again On the thing reaie to his heait aviation Nowhere he told 600 'business men and diplomats why gathered at a luncheon given at the Casino club here his honor by the American Chamber of Commerce is there great er need of air lines than in the West hides and Central America where travel is ordinarily so difficult The world famous aviator who is soon to turn the Spirit of St Louis toward the city for which it was named gave delight to a score of persons when he flew a commercial plane for three hours today Cuban officials a party ol young' Cuban ir1 1 I in iOi I 1 1 1 hlHQ (MiU inv WIVLd VI pivtlt his delighted Wichita Tournev Opens WICHITA Ka eb 11 (API Bowlers of the Southwest began their attack on tenpins here today as the i fourth annual tournament of the South'west Bowling association got under way for its six day meet Ear ly scores of the tourney were: Teams Hockaday Hutchinson 2423 Enid 2345 Sied hoff Wichita 2567 Enid five Enid 2416 Etchen' Coffeyville 2488 lzx4 T)Iw 1 irn Tr iJUVSiLUI UWllUSKil 4 4 i his col eagues in 4he House were DouWes Stephenson Wiehl Cof Alexander Stephens Gof Georgia and lil4G Kparr Mill Enjd Andrew Johnson of lennessec 03 Jlanl Coffeyville 1 Bdl Never Reached Moor 081 Pearson Matheson Enjd 1072 Legislaliveu Li coln two main Von Tu whlt Enid ()p J( distinctions vi ere his ill to abolish D()nal( En20 MattjnR1V( Slavery the District of Columbia Whlt PawllUbka 992 WilDon anil his opposition to 4 he Mexican Sa v( NewkirK okI Smlth STK'ifc The Lincolns lived a a boarding 1 1 iliouso veiv near the Capitol along! with several other congressmen Dr 'A Hl IVC IJCl tttS Samuel Husey who sat nearly op posite Lincoln at the table wrote: soon learned to know and ad mire him for his simple and unosten tatious manners kindheartedness and amusing jokes anecdotes and vvitti I Vsv 0 AM nnAIll 4n 4zl I is non 1 tioiii7 rtncii ctuuui ivu an auw fl nippl ha Avntikl lav down his knife and fork place his elbows! on the table rest his face between his hands and begin with the words reminds Everybody pre pared for the explosions sure to fol low I recall with vivid pleasure the scene? of merriment at the dinner after his speech in the House of Rep resentatives occasioned by the des criptions by himsclfl and of the Congressional mess of the up roar in the House during his de Ono Washingtonian used to AxiH how when Lincoln borrowed some law books from the Library of Con gress wrapped them in a ban dana handkerchief and ran a stick through a knot in the handkerchief carrying them away on his shoulder No Military 'Aspirations Allen Clark a Washington law yer who has studied life here' supposes that Buscy meant the speech Lincoln delivered in July 1848 against the i presidential aspirations of General Cass In this speech during which he ridi culed the pretentions to a valiant military record Lincoln ex pressed the hope that if the opposi iion Democratic party ever made him a presidential candidate they would make: fun of me as have ot General Cass by a'temping to write me into a military Probably no tone including Lincoln had the slightest idea that he would ever run for the presidency NQRMAN Okla eb (AP) A free throw registered on one of 14 enors proved the mar gin of twelfth victory in i the Missouri Valiev conference bas ketball race when the Sooners turned hack the invading Tigers 34 to tonight The score was tied 18 to 18 at the half way post Eaohteam regiatej ed an even doz 1 cn field goals and Oklahoma won by making1 10 free throws while Missouri made nine The visitors led through 18 of the i 20 mirntes of the first half and tied the count again just as the period ended? Oklahoma piled up an eight I i point tnflrgin edrly in the last half I A oniy to see melt away asithe Mis vi sharpshooters found the basket from 'difficult angles Six thousand4 five hundred spectators crowded into the field house to witness the closest call conference leading Sooners) have had this season arid went home i confident that they had witnessed the greatest basketball game played here ih yearsVictor Holt Sooner cent er shared scoring honors with Cap tain Yunker of the Tigers with 12points Baker Missouri center went out of the game early in the last half on four personal fails but the Tigers Kept Tutting aown UKianoma ad vantage and were fighting 'des perately for another shot at the goal when 'the game ended Jne score: Missouri (33) Yunker Ruble Welsh i lamank Bgker VH Welsh Waldorf Craig 'g Roach! Totals' 6 OlcIflhnmQ 74 Drake Churchill Quinn SteVens' Hojt Lecrohc Norris Nolltr Total io 10 Officials: Referee John Olds (Kansas) umpire Earl Jones (Ar kansas) BassWent 12 Rounds With Broken Bones tzostes speaKing lor iiotn said he STILLWATER Okla eb 11 could not rev'eal their plans for the (AP) Repulsing Washington' uni immediate futures it was not belated spirt which mater 1 ly they will fly across the Atlanticinlly lessened the home team's lead in to Paris he said Probably they will the last three minutes Oklahoma A fly to San rancisco and cross the and college won here tonight 34 Pacific by steamer to 30 The Aggies led by 19 to 12 at jt uld be useless to seek new the half and attained the greater ad laurels bv another flight to rance vantage of 33 to 22 late in the second he said superb nAI'IArl 1 1 Is 1 1 La Doo oo fsVzs zzl rvxjvv4 vitu ma 7i vu acme vem cn was so excellentiv stranger offensive scoring four con that it left nothing for those secutive field goals Captain Eckert vviuld follow his of Washington led in scoring with Tr and ial la mints his seven baskets lieinn i 7 ('K lne entnusiastic i 'vr Ti A za I I zj a js a i A 1 rf 'f 1 kr i 1 7: 7 IL Vll 'aa 7rr ims dll bIHa i i XLLZ 3 iOHHhkWI i zx a a 41 i 1 1 7 fra 4 1 tL i im i i in i naw 'ykSL St i 4 Ak 41 jagg '''x's 'y i BRh jilMA Li i i za s'X zjz azzN 1 ate 4 4 4 J' if SSa aOEMEL Ik BUM IliM I 1 Da' i in I tit Ex i 7 IM wl AW IE TEMKx "zj fvljl 11 1 1 r8fcz 5 ICNE 7 Kenoyer Hotel 5 801 Hope Lumber Co 19 '8 X705 Bingham Spencer 15' 12 555 Coca Colas 13 14 481 Chryslers t'12 15 '456 0 12 '15 456 Neus Recoid 11 407 Co No 2 Ill' 16 407 Standaid Machinery 11 407 Co No 1 9 18 333 It.

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