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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1921.
NEWS OF N. . HIGH SCHOOLS
(Ooti'inuctl From Twelfth, 1'agH.)
nnics i tic senior dcfeiiteil Hip Sixth
Form S l fi, wlillo tin- Klftli Kurin fll
bcfoto tho Seventh 12 to 0
Tho fdrthcomlnj; number or the- MfiR
plo will Ijo tlcvutuil to tli Clinton
Arista, Tho Mngplf stuff, consists of
Edward SI. Kline, crtiloi In chlof: Coun
ter J'. Cullcn, .taiii' S llockel, Vaughn li.
XiannlugtOM, Sidney W. Wnllnrh tiiiU
Ahraluun A. Antovllle, associate; edi
tors; Barney U. Fcnstcrstoclc. Lawrence
Singer, Joromo L. Strauss, sportliiK cdl-
nwi Itvmnn Ttitliln Ittnilriri. ft.,n.M.
rauf Knnor. nrt staff: Hyman J. Uold-bere-.
circulation maniiirer: Sidney M.
Cohen, advcrtlslni? mnnaser: J. A.
Hipes, racuity naviscr; is. i. ureon. art
The Oil! Vive, a literary society.
ts nrlntinc: n imall weekly bulletin.
which la poateil In. the lunelitimma.
The bulletin in devoted tn news of
franornl Interest the nlmlrnli. and
a under tho I'llltnrshlp of Itenjuinin
Breen. Sin then the OunblKh, an
other aoclety. has bPKin to print a
bulletin alonff tho name lines with
Abraham Leavltt as editor. Tho spirit
ef the thing seema to have spread
and bulletins nrn heme posted all
over tho lunchrooms. Tho seventh
term Is printing nnu mid also tho
On Nov. 15 and 16 the pageant
"America In the Making" was shown
to tho students In tiiu auditorium.
Tho debating team will meet Sluy
vesant at Stuyvesant at S o'clock to
night, nuhln, Slnmm and I.evenstcln
will arfruo for Mortis. Ituhin and
Levenstclu will speak In the lefuta
tlon. The seventh team is 01 aani.intr de
bating and basketball teams virtu
ally everv other term Is .it ivmU on
similar teams, and it la expected that
In tho near future there will be many
The Penhlch and Alacris societies
vlll debate tho "l''rnedom of tho
Philippines." This question has been
the cuiisu of mueh urtfuinrnt In the
school, and tho result of thn debate
la looked forward to with much Inter
est. The Chess Club has reorganized,
Rnd Its members havo chosen tho fol
lowing oltleers: Wi'liiian, President:
rrenowltz, Vice President. and
Gleeksman Secretary. The bmlnosa
manncur in ffaranlto.
Work has been begun by the Span
ish Club on I.n I,rve. a magazine to
on Driniea in .-ipanixn and to no sold
Kavarsky has been choson editor In
ranged for Office-s' Tj,i, in i Ju...
Dec l. Toe nett.y elected ollKers of
tho Oovcrniug Council .ll iMcmde.
An Oriental operetta, Tho Persian
Princes, " will be peiforinej b tho
Oleo Cub on tho afternoon of Dec. to
J'hu pla lll bo handsomely mounted
und is being thoroughly rehearsed.
L'atr;cc Schledewi'.z wtd take one ot
the leading parts.
A Christmas bazair was held l'rldny
and S.uuiday to raise funds for lh
choUrhipa given taivnled ai t atudei ts
ot the sehooi. More than 500 workers
sold eery conceivable type of gH.
l'"rlday evening te ivaa erej In the
foyer, while Saturday motion pictures
and dancing served to make tho enter
tainment en'oyable. The sehooi hopes
to Increaso tho number of scholarships
tivening High Schools.
Harry .Miller has been riveted Presi
dent of the (icneraj Organization of
the liny Hldgc Uvei.lng Mtgli Sell ml.
llrooklyn. Other oltleers .ire Noim.t
Robertson, Vice Piesident, YVlllimi
Paul, Secretary, and Kay Iladow, Tre-u-urer.
Students st the Uast Side livening
Willi Stliool, 1 1 1 v i n t o 1 1 and Uldridge
Streets. have issued a faculty number
of their publication, tho Proif-cs. A
koteh by IClls M. Orossnvin u( Henry
I. Korr. who left the scho l to ro to
Hvander Chllds, l used as the cover
lllustrallon. To one outside thn school
tho most Impressive lea'-ti'o of the
1 roRrcis Is not tne original sto'es.
drawlnsrs or Jokes but the serious
questions considi red lu a serious way.
An .irllele by Philip N'anes on the Arms
I'lie'-ienra In rt. i nulon la an example
AT HIGH SCHOOLS
Eight of the Washington Irvins
classes ure 100 per cent, depositors In
Uie school bank, which reports ,121 new
account- In September and 4S3 In Oc
tober. The total amount deposited In
tb paat two months was nearly J2.003.
ThsM will he a performance of the
photoplay. "Coppy nicks," starring
Thomas MelKhan, on Saturday, Dec 3.
for tho benefit of tho Harry Lee Wcls
ner Scholarship Fund.
A dramatic programma has been ar-
N'ext Saturday tho Kv.indor Chllds
Rwlinnilns toam, which is In a lie for
llrst iilnco with u total of seven won,
nono lost, w'.U competo arrnlnsl tho
Itlclimnnd 11111 natntora. There will
bo no other athletics for tho school
that day, aa most of the teams have
completed their schedules.
Morris'H soccer und football sea
sons arc at an end. Tho basketball,
debating und chess seasons arcs he
Frinnlns. All these teams are nrrans
Inir nintches for the near future. The
rifle team met Krasmiis nt Morris and
tho final score was 190 to 190.
Tho Commerce quintet made an
aur.plclouH start last week by defeating'
Chiroprntlc. College, 58 to 4. Jacobs
(Captain), Pakella and Castronovo
starred in the came. The two former
arc veterans of Inst year's champion,
sh.p team and form tho nucleus for
t:io new choice.
npi.t; vitiA AiniiTs rtKPrr.Ens.
SOFIA, Nov. 21 The (lovcrnmer.t
hn authorized the entranro Into niil
frarla of 7,000 Russian refugees now
at Oalllpoll. The refupees In riul
uarla now number more than 25,000
SOCIETY YOUNG FOLK
TO PLAYFOR CHARITY
MEDICAL BODY ASKS
ANTI-BEER BILL VETO
'Murder nn t!ie Half ?litll" Fix
iu-.t ot Placa k'lik'iuiiiniiiit
Members of the Junior Leairuo and
many other 501111c people nro Liter
estod In the entertainmetit to be jtlvon
to-morrow night at the Plaza for tho
benclU of tho Junior Auxiliary of tho
Mnnhattanvlllo pay and Nlg.lt
A mchidrahiu entitled ".Murder on
tho Half-Shell or lluckets uf aoru"
has been written by Algernon Urcig
for the occasion and will bo presented '
by n cast composed of many well-j
known jimtcus actois and actresses j
under tho dlicctlon of Mlas Omco
Silas Virginia Do Ht.vcu Is to play
the had. Others having prominent
parti will be Mr. and ira. Van Henry.
Carlmell ji., tho Mihsos Christ, na
NIohvil.i, Julia Shanlty, tlraco Iletid
rick, Matjone Hugnes, Dorothy SchUf,
Olorj Thoinas und Thelma M. Ukuii;
Pino temerson McMlllln 3d, Loulu C.
Owena, Meredith Wood, Cyril Uutlisr,
Uobertson I. Cleveland, and J. Botry
In the chorus will bo Mrs. John
Sanford, Mrs. Lawrenco Doylo and
tho Mlsse-j Dorothy Hrown, Catherlno
Okie, Marie Iamarchc, Kdlth and
Frances MoCoon, Constance Hanks, 1
Helen t-a Fetrn. Isabel McMlllln,
Matnarot Mennessy, Nina Chatlllon, '
Natalie Hanna, Helen Johnson. Vic- I
lorlne KcJli-KR. Ioui"e Trlppe, Klalnc 1
Shearer, Isabella W001I and Betty1
1. ii.Humau. 1 lie ycuuijj uieii w 'u 01
cludo llielurd Hall. J.ouls de Zcrcza,
Gilbert Vail and Morrison Clem
ents. Miss Oraco Henry, who has directed
many other amateur entertainment
successfully, has devoted mueh tlmo
to tohcaisliiff this play. Others ac
tively Interested In its success aro
Miss ItMith McCoon, Chairman of tha
Kxecultvc Committee; Miss Marjorlo
Cleveland. Chairman of tho Knter- I
ment Committee; Miss Catherlno I
Okie, Nursery Chairman; Miss Mary j
Appleton, secretary; Miss Dorothy
Battle, Publicity Manager, and Mrs. 1
OeorRO A. Sopor Jr., Chairman of
-frr York Aaaoclntlon Sends Slinrp
Protest to llnrdlnit,
Dr. John P. Davln, Executive Secre
tary of the New York Medical Associa
tion, has sent to President Harding tho
organization's petition (or a veto of thj
Antl-ltccr 13111. It says:
"There Is nothing In the history of
tho practice of medicine In tills country
to Justify this control by Congress,
neither Is there anything inherent In
the powers, tho traditions or tho knowl
edge of Cougiess to Justify this assump
tion of tho suzerainty over tho profes
sion of mediclna us practised In tho
Hector Condemns Dry I.nrr na "Ccn.
anr" on Clirlat."
DETROri", Mich., Nov. 21. "Prohlht
tlon Is destroying tho liberties of the
American people; It Is endangering the
Fourth Constitutional Amendment; It Is
making hypocrites and placing a dis
tillery In almost every other home," U10
Hev. Dr. D. W. Pulllngor, rector of
tlrace Church, told his congregation yes
Dr. Pulllnger declared the Prohibition
Inw was for from temperance. "It Is
the most Intemperate thing I have ever
seen," ho said. "I can see no good
reason for making It Illegal for 11 n
American to have refreshments In his
house If ho desires them.
"To adopt Prohibition Is to pass a
vote of censure on Jesus Christ, for he
made wlno and drank It too," said tlio
Jlrrr London Man Killed hy Trolley,
'Hil to Tht Brwilne Wnrl.i.l
NEW MJ.VDON. Conn. Nov. SI.
Charles Faucett, while on his way to
work at the Ilobert Galr Paper Mill
Co., at Montvllle, was struck and killed
bv a Norwich to New London trolley
car this morning.
Copes, 19 and 16,
Dismal Fail ure
Voting IJIoper?, Wed Throe Months,
Now Cry Loudly for
PllILADHMMItA, Nov. si -Mrs.
PtKgy (.'ope, tho nWtoen-yonr.old Over
brook g-lrl who eloped with Charles
Cope, nineteen-year-old son of un At
lantic City banker, on Aug. 29, an
nounced yesterday that sho was
"through" with married life. Tho
young husband also declared he was
an enthusiast now' for tho slngto und
"The next man I marry will bo a
man," said Mrs. Cope. "It Is a sin
to Insult God's woik beeauso He
meant lo make Cluirllo n man; but
lie failed miserably."
"Marry again? Well, I guess not,"
said young; Cope. "1 havo had one
oxporlenco and that will last inu a
lifetime. Never again."
"The worst you c.in think ot Is
too good for him," remarks tho bride
of three months.
"I was happy with har Just one day.
She was Impossible to set along- with,"
the husband assorts.
While tho youthful Copes were busy
telling whnt a falluro their marrlago
bad been, O. Frank Cope, the bride
groom's father, was contending that
the pair never were legally married.
The girl was slxteon years old."
Mr. Cope deflated, "nnd my Bon was
nineteen. Besides thin, all the wit
nessed were under ago."
Cope and the girl were married in
Mount Vernon, N T., and got a lively
reception from Cope's parents.' Cop"
was clapped Into the Ventnor Jail hy
his lather ,11 a "runaway boy," nhiv
the bride wept and pleaded. Tne t.i'l
doors opened fin. illy nnd the Cpua
weru reunited. They mado their home
with the bride's siepfather, Milton V.
Young, nn Ovcrhrook contractor.
for an Old-Timc
Cream Tomato Soup
Creamed Onions Sweet Potatoes
And, of Course, a a RelUh for all
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A Thanksgiving treat that has all
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or Bon Bona and Chocolates put
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All that the name implies in
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Mads up of Chocolate
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Gums, Opera Drops,
Smooth Almonds, Par
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Tinted Hard Candies,
lows, Nonpareils and 2
masks for Thanksgiving
jl Ccpjha jl
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Our famous collection of as
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Materials are provided so the
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