THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNALr FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 23, 1920
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Expected to Win High School
Sleet Here Tomorrow.
Twenty-Five First District
Teams Are Entered.
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WASHBURR-C. OF E. CONTEST
Bearg Predicts Victory But Sees
Rogers, Blue Miler, Expected tp
Set Sew Record.
The events of the dual track meet
between the College of Emporia and
Washburn will alternate with the
events of the First district high school
meet en Washburn field beginning at
1:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
The Blue, hithertd somewhat weak
in the dashes and hurdles, has entered
two more men for these events, which
should strengthen the team material
ly, coach timer Bearg said today.
Jimmie Jones Has been entered in the
100-yard and 220-yard dash events
and Harry Davis, a,-new man, in the
nurdles and nigh Jumps. This makes
nineteen men on the Washburn track
team, the largest in the Blue history.
Bearg predicted victory over the
Presbyterians, althn he admitted that
the C. of men will make' the annex
ation of the palm leaf a difficult feat.
Grant, basketball Star and all-state
halfback, is Emporia's strongest man
in the dashes and quarter mile.
Scott, captain, and Jaequith. star end
in football, are to more men with
whom the Ichabods will have to
reckon. ' , '
Rogers Oii for Sew Record.
"Bill" Roger. Washburn star dis
tance runner, will try for a new recora
at the meet tomorrow. The present
Blue half-mile record ia 2:08 2-3. At
the meet at Haskell recently, Rogers
made 2:05, so it Is a good bet that he
will set a new record for Washburn
Valley Falls Is doped to win the
high school meet in which about
twenty-five teams will compete. Their
star man is Stuart, who is expected to
take the dashes and pole vault. Lewie,
a. negro, . is strong in the- high, and
broad jumps, discus, shptput and
dashes, and will probably come off
victorious in some of these events.
Valley Falls is said to have the
strongest high school track team in
Budd'es" Will Be Opponents.
"Rosie" Harr, of the C. of will
compete against Ted Blevins in theJ
shotput, javelin throw and diacus.
"Rosie'' an4 Ted were "buddies" in
France, belonging to the same com
pany and going thru the Argonne
The high schools placing first and
second tomorrow will go tcr Manhat
tan for the state meet May 2. The
schools which so far have been entered
for the events tomorrow afternoon
are: Topeka, Washburn rural. Oak
land, Valley Falls, Atchison, Ozawkie,
Oskaloosa. Winchester, Perry, Hoyt,
Holton. Horton, Mayetta, Hiawatha,
Sabetha, McLouth and Leavenworth.
Others are expected to come in at the
The Washburn men who will com
pete against C. of E. are: Gage. Ken
nedy and Jones: hurdles, Blevihs,
Vance, Shoup and Davisf middle dis
tance, Rogers, Belden, Louthian,
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Shoup, McElhenny and Kennedy: mile
and two-mile runs Rogers, Gates,
Hutchinson, Wolff ' and Hamilton:
shotput, javelin and discus. Wycptf.
Blevins and Kennedy; high jumpWil
cox. Vance, Crawford and Davis; bpoad
jump. Grove; pole vault. Crawford and
Jarrell; relay, Rogers, Kennedy, Gates,
Shoup, McHlhenny and Louthian.
The proceeds of the meet will be
turned over to the high schools to be
divided up to pay the expenses of the
visiting teams. This la the' first time
this has been done in track. The pro
ceeds from the elimination basketball
tournament a few weeks ago. totaling
500. were divided in this way.
The Washburn field is in excellent
condition for the meet.
TURK GRAKDVIZiER. ARRESTED
Allies Take Drastic Steps to Put Jown
Revolt in OUpniau Emptcc.
Constantinople. April 23. Izzet
Pasha, former Turkish grand vizier.
has been placed under arrest b. en
tente authorities here. Gen. Alirz
Pasha and several other prominent
Turks were also apprehended. ,.
Izzet Pasha is one of the best known
figures in Turkish politics and was
early in March asked to form a cabi
net, when the government of Sali
Pasha gave notice it intended to resign.
He was one of the Turkish delegates
named to go to Paris to receive the
terms, of peace from the allies.
Twelve hundred adherents of Mus
tapha Kemal are reported to have been
arrested and many are being thrown
nto' jail dally. Officers of one entire
section1 of the war office are reported
to have deserted their desks and gone
Government troops and forces under
command of Mustapha Kemal have
clashed' in a number of skirmishes in
western Anatolia." and it is reported
the latter hold the dominant position
there due to the fact they have the
sympathy - of the population. Sub
urban trains within an hour of Con
stantinople have been fired upon by
Anatolia has formed an independ
ent government under the presidency
of Mustapha Kemal, leader ot Turk
ish nationalist forces in Asia Minor,
according to a dispatch to the Ex
change Telegraph company, filed at
Constantinople on Wednesday.
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Will Buy Fine Suits Worth up to $40
Fine hand tailored serges, poplin, and Jersey cloth, navy blue, and colors. If you
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MAIL ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY
W. J. Rickcnbacher to Install 50-Bar-rel
Plant la Topeka.
A Midget Marvel flour mill Is to- be
installed at Gordon and Taylor streets
by W. J. Eickenbacher. The plant
has a capacity of fifty barrels per day
guaranteed by the Anglo-American
Mill company, which manufactures the
No otherd milling system is like It.
It converts wheat Into flour In fifteen
seconds. The product ia natural whefet
flour, unbleached and retains the nat
ural flavor. The plant is a recent in
vention. There are about 2,860 now
Rickcnbacher will market the prod
uct under the national advertised
brand, "Flavo." In order to secure
the right of using the trade name mills
must send Samples ot their flour to
the factory laboratories each month
in order that, the standard may be
kept tip. ' " .
ARE HEARING DRY ARGUMENTS.
Supreme Bench Begins Consideration
- of Prohibition Cases.
Washington, April 23. The su
preme court today began consideration
of " whether federal constitutional
amendments must be submitted to the
voters for ratification in states having
referendum provisions in their consti
tutions. The question Is involved In appeals
from Ohio supreme court decrees sus
taining the state constitutional refer
endum amendment and dismissing in
junction proceedings brought to en
join submission of the prohibition and
woman suffrage amendments to pop
ular vote. N -
The case is the first of its kind to
reach the supreme court and upon the
court's opinion it is asserted would
likely depend whether the women of
the country would be able to vote at
the forthcoming presidential election.
PREDICTS DRY BRITISH ISLES.
"Pussyfoot Johnson ,DccIarc9 Ens
land Cannot Nov Compete WUi U. S.
New York, April 28. A "dry" Brit
ish Isles in ten years was predicted
today by William "Fussy-foot" John
son, prohibition leader, who returned
from his dry campaign in Europe on
the steamer New York.
Johnson declared England would
have to adopt prohibition to compete
successfully with the United States on
an economic basis. '
Johnson belittled the loss of his
right eye, which was knocked out by
London youths who took exception to
his prohibition propaganda.
C. OF C,
MEMBERS HIP GROWIXG.
More Than 100 to
The membership campaign of the
Chamber of Commerce is proving. suc
cessful. Quy C. Siekler. convention
secretary announced today.
The campaign has been ra effect
since February 17. Since that time
more than 100 new members have
been added to the roll. R. C. Ellis,
b securing ten new members, heads
the list of those working to Increase
the membership of the Chamber. O.
I,. Bybeeand Elmer F. Strain each
have secured eight members.
TO LET R." I. WOMEN VOTE.
State Is First to Pass Enabling Act
"Putting Suffrage in Effect. -
Providence, April. 23. Governor
Beckman yesterday signed the enab
ling act passed by the general assem
bly providing the machinery for par
ticipation of women in state elections
as soon as the federal constitutional
amendment in ratified by the neces
sary 3ft states.
Suffragists here claim Rhode Island
is the first state to enact such an enab
BAPTISTS Gri'E A B.VJfQCET.
Preliminary of Intercfeurch Movement
in Topeka Tonight.
The First Baptist church of this
city will entertain hundred of Its
members at - banquet at the church
tonight in preparation for the opening
of the Interchurch World movement
Which will begin Sunday. The guests
will be teams of tea men each chosen
to lead In the Baptirt campaign for
K0.00O quota for the church in the
movement Other organized Baptist
ehurches of the state will hold similar
banquets tonight. . ;:
' American Legion.'
Seeorid -Tegular- meeting of April
Thursday. 1 9th, at t p. m. at the
Legion hall. Organization of the aux
iliary and final plans for the carnival
will be the order of business.
Adv. " J. H. BERGEN, Adj't"
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Judge ol Our Values.
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