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rr TIIIIITY-SIXTH YEAfc. NORTH PLATTE, NEB., Opl'OBER 19, L920. No. &' l 4- 3 lattc Wl c eh I TEACH THE YOUNG TO PLAY BOARD Or EDUCATION EMPLOYS SPECIAL PLAYGROUND SUPERVISOR. Tho boys and girls o North Platte schools aro being taught how to play and what to play. Miss Lillian Story has been employed by tho Board of Education as gymnasium director for tho girls of the high schools and sup ervisor of physical education and play at tho ward schools. Sho Is a gradu ate of tho University of Nebraska and has had experience in her chosen line. Miss Story spends half of each day in tho Franklin gymnasium teaching threo classes of girls from tho Junior High SchooL Sho has moro than 100 girls in these classes. "I liko to cm phasizo Swedish gymastics moro than folk dancos or games," said Miss Story when questioned about her work. "Of course, wo will play some games in the gymnasium, and considerable work will bo dono with basketball when tho season comes," shov continued. Tho girls of the Junior High School arc" enthusiastic about tho work Miss Story is giving and it will bo very valuable to them in their development Tho other half day ig spent in tho different rooms of tho ward schools. This is something entirely new to North Platte Schools and so the Prin cipals, teachers and pupils hardly know what to do yet. Miss Story spends fifteen minutes in each room rnce a week; Sho has tho pupils go through tho exercises she wishes, them to practice and she reviews the exercises she has given them pre viously. She is on one of tho play grounds during the noon hour and after school when the weather is nice. Here sho organizes tho athletics of tho boys and girls and directs 1 their play. This Is tho work in tho grndo school. Tho favorito gamo at present is Soccer ball for tho boys. Each of tho ward schools is organized and com petitive games between teams from different schools in tho city aro being arranged. "Tho boys and girls must learn to bo good losers or they can never enjoy competitive games," said Miss Story,. "Wo will try to teach them that they are to do their best to win, but that whentheyloso they must smile instead of fight." Later in tho year a tournament will bo hold for tho ward schools and at other times parents will bo given tho opportunity of seeing tho results of this training. LINCOLN CHAMBER OF C03DIERCE ENTERTAINS NORTH PLATTE VISITORS. Over eighty North Platto visitors wore entertained at lunch Saturday j noon by tho Lincoln Chambor of Com- merco. Included in this numbor were tho football team and tho cadet band. Tho boys speak very highly of their cordial reception by tho Lincoln people The Trlbuno extends tho thanks of tho peoplo of North Platto to tho Chamber of Commerce for its ' hospitality to-tho boys. I AEROPLANE TAKES PICTURES OF EXPERIMENTAL STATION - FRIDAY. Professor G. E. Condra, of Lincoln, Head of the Nebraska Conservation ; Commission came ta North Platte, Friday from Allianco in an aero iplane and took somo moving (pictures of tho Experimental Station from the plane. These pictures aro used in advertising Nobraska and her resources. INCREASE POST OFFICE FORCE POSTMASTER STURGIS SECURES TWO MORE MKN AND PROMISE OF A THIRD. All residents of North Platto living within tho carrlor district aro to havo two deliveries a day in tho very near future. Two additional carriers, havo been put on tho force and another vflll soon bo added. Theso men will cover tho territory now covered with pos sibly somo slight additions. No de liveries will bo mado on Sundays and on holidays tho deliveries will bo cut down or discontinued as tho need dictates. Mr. Sturgls has recommended to tho Post Office Department that a now routo bo established to cover outlying districts of tho city. This might bo I attached to one of tho rural routes or It might bo a part of tho city delivery I system. This carrier wold havo to uso somo means of transportation as tho distanco to bo covered would bo too great for walking. Tho Post Offlco force Is now work ing under difficulties becauso there is riot enough room on tho working floor for all of tho desks and cases needed to work tho malls to tho best advan tage. With tho nddltlon of tho new car rier's desks tho crowded condition will become worse. Congress has boon asked for an appropriation for an ad dition to tho present building but no action has been taken as yet. Pos sibly room will havo to bo rented to care for tho work properly. ' Mr. Sturgis has gone to work encr 1 getically to get hotter postal sorvlco ( and some results have already been secured. REV. .MACKINTOSH LEAVES EPIS COPAL CHURCH IN FLOURISH ING CONDITION. t Id presenting a gift to Rev. and Mr. Mackintosh at tho farewell ro coption held in their honor by tho members and friends of tho Episcopal Church, J. Q. "Wlloox told of tho work during tho past year. Ho Bald in part "In Ism than two yoars uudor tho leadership of Rev. R. 0. Mackintosh, tho Parish of tho Church of Our Savior has mado wonderful advance ment both in spiritual and financial way He has organized tho work or St. Paul's Chapol so that tweontinua tlon of tho regular church work there will be tho result. With tho aid of Mrs. Mackintosh tho Christian Nur ture Series of Church School Lessons was placed in both church and chapel schools, building thorn up to almost double tho former onrollmont. Tho Choir. Ladles' Guild and Ladlos' Aux iliary havo boqn ro-organlzod and strengthened and from a haphazard system of financing tho Parish, a bud get of over doublo tho former amount has been subscribed and church im provements costing nearly four thou sand dollars havo boon ma'do. Ht has been ono of tho strongest workers among men that tho parish has over had, not only among tho men of tho Parish but among tho men outsldo tho church." 'O GOVERNOR McKELYIE WILL VISIT NORTH PLATTE THURSDAY. A mcsago received from Gov. Saml. McKclvio sayj ho will bo in North Platto Thursday, Oct. 21, and will ad dress tho voters from tho Republican standpoint. ::o:: Tho Methodist Aid Society will meet In the church parlors Thursday after noon at 2:30. Tho entertaining com mittee consists of MeBdamos T. G. Thorripson, Cruzcn, Trotter, Murphy and, Jepson. Radical Reduction In Prices r-,7ww - Men's Fine Made-to-Measure TH $3750 $49' You Save an Average of 2S Per Cent Now No Need to Wait for Clothes Costs to Come Down We Have Brought Them Down Already Every Garment in this Sale Bears the Famous KAHN Trade-Mark v3ev 'J This Reduction Brings the Price of Tailored Clothes l low the Lev il o Fine ReaJy-Mades EXCLUSIVELY AT BURKE'S TAILOR SHOP STYLE LEADERS FOR YOUNG MEN LOCAL ELEVEN IS DEFEATED LINCOLN HIGH DEFEATS NORTH I'L.TTi: 111(311 JtV SEVEN TO North Platto again took a defeat at the hands of tho Lincoln High School squad Friday when Morrison for Lin coln blocked a punt and mado a touch down with a goal, thoroby scoring sovon points. North Platto was tin-! ... . i nuio to score, xno gamo was watcnou by threo thousand peoplo and was full of thrills. Each school had a band and a crowd of rooters. Tho follow ing account is takou from tho Lin coln Daily Star for Friday: Lincoln iPoa. North Platto Morrison lo Shanor Packer (c) It Hornt Stowoll lg Uunncll Hutchinson o -Yost Moriitt rg Ilcaloy Austin rt , Simon Mnrriner roi Ovormai Hugh qb HInman Thomas lh Locki Wilcox rh Adam'i Hummoll fb Walton Reforco Snm Wnugh, University of Nebraska. Umpire O. M. Garoy, Cornoll uni versity. Head linesman "Lun" Doyle, Uni versity of Nobraska. Threo thousand football buga gath ered at tho State University athletic flold to wltnoss tho annual gridiron clash Of Lincoln nnd North Platto high schools. Thjb North Platters came down In full force with tho endot band of forty pieces and as many students. Ex-Governor Koith Neville who coaches tho North Platto team and Superintendent C. li. Llttol had charge of tho party. Play was fairly oxen in tho flrsti quarter although faulty generalship by tho Lincoln team hnlted an of fensive inarch by tho Red and Black, which gavo promise of a touchdown. In tho second quarter Lincoln profited from tho, breaks In tho luck and recovered a fumbled punt In North Platto territory, Fullback Hummoll then throw a forward pass to Half back Wilcox which was good for twen ty yards, Wilcox was downed on tho North Platto 4-yard lino and Lincoln was in easy distanco of a touchdown, but tho lino bucking ability of-Hummoll was not called into action and tho North Platters took tho ball away from the Red and Black on downs. Tho visitors punted out of danger and during tho latter part of tho second period cnrrlod tho ball to Lincoln's 30-yard lino, whoro tho whlstfo sloppod tho Ncvillo toanis advance Scoio at tho end of tho first half: Lincoln 0; North Platto 0 In tho early part of tho third quar- tor North Platto outplayccl Lincoln anil had tho ball in Lincoln's territory most of tho tlmo. Lincoln got tho breaks in tho luck and rccovorod tho ball in North Platto's territory on a fumbled pass from center when tho visitors attempted u ,punt. Lincoln then drovo from tho mlddlo of tho flold to North Platto's 20-ard lino whon tho whlstlo blow for tho end of tho third period. Scoro Lincoln 0; North Platto 0 Lincoln outwolghcd North Platto, particularly In tho' line. North Platto played scrappy football all tho way through dcsplto tho handicap ln -tholr wolght. Tho visitors' brand of foot bal was far suporlor to that of tho , local warriors. Lincoln advanced to within threo yards of tho North Platto goal and lost tho ball on downs in tho fourth quarter. North Platto then attempted"' a punt out of danger and Ovorman's kick was blocked behind tho goal. Morrison loft end for Lincoln, re covered tho ball behind tho goal and, put It down for a touchdown. Morrison also kicked goal. Scoro Lincoln 7; North Platto 0 Keith Neville's pupils rofused to glvo up tho battlo aftor Lincoln scored and carried tho ball to Lincoln's 25 yard lino where Hummoll Intercepted a forward pass and Lincoln kicked out of danger. Final scoro Lincoln 7: North Platto 0. :o::- jrACNElL-WILLIAMS 11E01TAL DRAWS A CROWDED HOUSE. Tho Roctal given at the Lutheran Ohtfrpji, Friday ovening undor tho management of Dixon's Music Shop was well nttended and tho artists re ceived tho unstlntod approval of tho audience. Tho vocal and .violin num bers were given with tho Edison Thonogrnph accompaniment At tlmos tho artist would stop and tho ro-croa-tlon of tho artists voice , would go on. Tlioso In tho rear of tho room wore unablo to toll tho. real volco from tho ro-croatlon. Tho climax camo whon tho lights wero turned off near tho closo of tho rondltlon of ono number iMid Just as tho numbor wns finished they wero turned on. Tho absonco of tho soloist convinced the llstonors that thoy had doponded largely on sight In tolling whethor tho artist or tho machine was rondorlng tho selection. :!!- QUICK SERVICE! A lonso grinding plant to roplaco.' your broken lonso In, tho shortest of tlmo. Dixon ft Son. 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