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PENN TEAM IN
GREAT FINISH
DOWNS MIDDIES
Desperate Struggle On Franklin
Field Saturday Won By Red
And Blue Warriors By 13 To
7 Score—Locals Tallied In
First Few Minutes.
STELLAR WORK OF **POS’’
MILLER WON CONTEST
Although vanquished y University
of Pennylvana In the gridiron I at
lle at Philadelphia on Saturday the
Navy foot I all * juad wan given a
hearty welcome ly the other midship
men when they reached the Acnd
' eny shortly after 6 yesterday after
noon. The midshipmen assembled at
the gate at which the special ear
t' stopped and gave a cheer for the
tc.ini. followed |y special cheers for
t’oa.li f'o|well and Captain Conroy.
Overconfidence ia given as the ex
plHitation or the defeat, though full
credit is given the Quakers for their
wonderful trace in the second half.
Several of the Navy players are
considei ally I uttered, but none has
Injuries likely to keep hint out of Fri
day s game Barchei. the line run
ning hack, has no paticular Injury,
but seems to ie a little overworked.
Two or three days' rest Is expected
to put him into shape.
Reverse, Rig Surprise
The team's setlaek came us a shock
to local adherents (’lose followers
of the team had tanked upon a vic
tory l y the Middies I y at least two
iwuchdowiiß, lased upon their show
ing against Huckncll and Ueorgia
Tech, two-of the strongest teams that
have visited Annapolis in recent
yea r.'t.
I’.ut while regretting the defeat, it
Is felt that it will redound it* tin
leUrrment of the team and cause the
players to work all the harder it:
preparation for their remaining big
games with I’enn State at Washing
ton next Friday and the rival Army
Cadets at Philadelphia on November
25.
Returns from Saturday's game were
received in running stories at the
Naval Academy and also announced
to t rowds attending the moving-pic
ture theaters The joy that followed
Navy's touchdown in the tirst period
only turned to deepest gloom when
Penn came back strong In the third
period and scored twice.
Story Of The (dime
Imbued by a matchless lighting
spirit that is a heritage of a glorious
past that came to them unsullied
through tin* tarnished years of the
past decade, and inspired ly the he
roic deeds of a dashing, dauntless
leader. Penn's superb eleven crumpl
ed the Navy, 13 t* 7, the crowning
fca! to a day of achievement that saw
the dedication of the vast stadium
alove Franklin Field
The greatest throng that ever wit
nos ed an athletic event since the de
parted days of motor racing in-Fair
mount Park saw the lundlublcra
across the Schuylkill humble the Jack
tars from Annapolis Fifty thousand
strong was the multitude that wit
nessed with lated I reath, and doubt
ing eyes, as the big guns of the Red
and I’dnc s attack sent the Middy craft
into the Davy Jones locker of things
gridirenie.
-Ron" Miller In Glare
To Jonathan K. Miller goes the
laurel wreaih of victory, for the Penn
captain personally le.l his teammates
to the conquest, lie scored loth
tom hdovvns against Folwell's lighters.
Miller's spectacular exhibition has
out teen seen on Franklin Field in
many a day Ho seemed unstoppable,
a little whirlwind on attack and a
Juggernaut I eneatli which Navy's
liofcs were crushed and her joys
smashed. He handled the forward
pa: s with a dexterity that was won
derful; he crashed through the line
and I owled over towering giants as
If they were papier ntache mannikins,
and he ran the ends with a speed, a
daring and elusive strength that made
him the hero of the encounter.
The 50.000 spectators, civilian, and
r.uvul officers will never forget the
spectacle of that second half. Its
memory will cluster about the spec
tacular manner in which a Penn elev
en. weak, impotent, helpless as Samp
“out lnur.l On I'nir S.
-j
★ Star Theatre
THK l\l V t V TU-li XTK COI OKt'.l* jHpT
TIIKATKK IN ANN XI'OI.I*
TODAY
SPECIAL FEATURE!
imi’RLE ATTRACTION:
KID CANFIELD IN PERSON
and in hise-Kcc! Feature.
Special Added Attraction:
WNORRAM NEWS AND TWO.REEL C HRISTY COMEDY
FRIDA Y-SATCRDAY
ELKS’ BIG TIME VODAVIL
DEDICATION SEME
SATURDAY FOB BELLS
j OF ST. ANNE'S CHORCH
A short but impressive service was
held on Saturday afternoon In St.
1 Anne’s Church to dedicate the bells
nlaced In St. Anne's tower in memory
I of the late John Wirt Randall, for
3 many veers a vestryman of St
Anne's ('htilrch
Blanchard flandall of Baltimore. •
ri.ther of Mr. Randall, made the
:>iesetttafion of the bells for the fain
‘ly. I hey were accepted by the rec
<*r of the church, the Rev. K. Ji
Johnson. I). I>, f,,r the rector, th.
werdens and the vestry.
The Rev James M Magnifier. B. l
r >f Hockley, delivered an itnpressiv
address, saying, in part:
> "We are gathered here an intimate
i circle of the family, friends and ad
. mirers of John Wirt Randall, to par
cipjitc in a simple service dedicating
* chime of I ells to his memory
"How appropriate the selection ot
sti.-h a memorial. With the ability tr
* an as s great wealth. Mr Randall lef
p * ,,lv a modest fortune for these times
Mi hough the head of the leading ti
it'nci'il institution of Annapolis, ‘no
1 ill his music was money-chink.' Then
r vre other interests to which he gav<
line, careful thought, and his heart'*
• levotion. Gentleman. scholar, in
‘ heritor of the best traditions of Mary
’and. his life within the circle of tin
dome was such as it is all tm* rarel'
‘Rained He took a foremost part it
•II arta.trs of the community and was
I ’tot indifferent nor inactive in mat
ers that pertained to the welfare of
he slate and the nation
"Rc'lglon was a potent force in hi
'.t lv lije. I 1 or thirty years he was i
csirymun of St. Anne’s Church. N<
:is’{ was too great, tin detail too smal
1 'or him to put his hand thereto ir iu
tci oniplishment set forward the glory
l lind or th* honor end efficacy o
Christ's body, the church Hi
was deeply interested ir. the prope
'cndition of the musical portion of th(
-hitroll’s services, because music R
dm was indeed the handmaid of re
iglon.
"On one occasion Mr. Randall ex
••rossed the thought that no svveetei
< SAMUEL W. BROOKS & CO.II
CHAM. NKI.HON HHOOKS
I'lmiMl - BKCOKAIINR
PAPER HANGING
i Call in r ten Cheerfully FurnUlieS.
Color ni-hemen fur furniture |mtntln|,
j * t iiholnlertng null ‘.old l.lnr Werk.
' lh ORAN NT. I'll ON K M4-W.
E. H. PICKERING
Photographic Portraiture
and
Commercial Photography
•is STATE CIIMI.K. PUB NR fJW.
Sporting Goods! 1
I I We Icivo a ,-oni|i!ot • live nf
tng Bonds and can supply you with
any quantity nf the find-class shut
j guns. HiuintinltiDn. hunting clothing
n- host ever had. We cannot
in- ition all, but it is a good Idea
f..r yon t st.qi iu early and look
us over. Our prices cannot Ik*
equalled. We will mention a few
Items:
VVineliester f’wnp, IS-ganve.. .Mt.U
•-. smith i li-ld. any anu*e
ItcniinKton rump. . t'l.m*
Itaker Itouhle-Barrel, IS-gauge 37,0 n
Tnrl.er Hriis . Itlim-.i unit
Other l‘r.in,U.
Hpts-I.il price mi qnantlty loaded
sln-lls. We repair all kinds of guns.
t.l \s I'OU IIIRK
JOS. LEVY
m xi \i \ nr. mwiß mm •
CHARLES M. CARLSON
IM lilitil t'RNTFM MTMKKT
CIHTHArTOR
•ad IK II.DKIK
Chd^NTfulljr
HHON vc n
Announcement!
I‘r V F. Stnrmer. Clilropodlst. lias
removed twr ntfi.-e from 71 Conduit •
Mns-t t 77 MARYLAND AYI'NTR. j
on ihe same floor with Miss I*. !
Winslow. Telephone 7V> W. n".H* i
TIIF. F.YF.NINH ( AFIT.vf, ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND. MONDAY. OCTOBER SO,
memorial could be placed for one de
parted than a set of cbimes Them
bells now dedicated to the memory o|
John Wirt Randall, as they send forth
their music over tower and spire anc
chimney pot, over legislative hail am?
schools of learning, over homes o'
culture and humbles: fishers’ hut. ar
I typical of the influence of him who
though dead yet speaketh:
“ O may F join the choir invisible
Of those immortal dead who live
again
t In minds made better by their
presence; live
In pulses stirred to generosity.
In deeds of daring rectitude, in
scorn
Of miserable aims that end with
self.
In thoughts sublime that pierce
the night like siars
And with their wild persistence
urge men’s minds
To vaster issues.
So to live is Heaven.
To make undying music in the
world.* *
FOB fIUPINoISOLIC
•By The .(MiM-igtrd Prrn.|
MANILA. P. 1., Oct. 710. —Formation
of the Republic of the Philippines is
'Sought by concurrent resolutions in
troduced in the Legislature today with
ihe bucking of a majority of tti
me mhers.
SPEAKS TO MIDSHIPMEN
ON NAVY’S PEACE WORK
!
1 >o(4ir Thomas Fell, president of
■Tt Jdptn’s College, was the speaker
it the meeting of the Midshipmen's
"hristian Association last night in
Bancroft Hall. Doctor Fell’s subject
was the “Navy in Times of Peace."
#hich he illustrated ly telling of a
number of recent instances of the
Davy's services in the maintenance
>f commerce and other pacific ex
nloits.
IN THE CAI’I
ft I- BRINGS RESULTS,
Poll-Parrott Shoes
Growing Girls Moderate Priced Shoes!
We are showing the best ■ „■ ■ |
moderate priced Shoes for "7
growing girls that were put MjJWgWwLv \L* *
on the market. Up-to-date i : \Pt am
in style, but designed with L!
an eye to the proper care of >' J*'? PW
the young lady’s foot.
Brown - Magohany, Vici ar'u
Kid and Gunmetal Calf /* J
Rubber Heels; 2'/ 2 to 7,
Genuine Calf in Brown-
Mahogany; welt rubber
heel; 2 A to 7. $5.00. SfrL,
Frank Slama & Son
55 WEST STREET
Poll-Parrot Shoes—They Speak For Themselves
The
Telephone Directory
.
Goes to Press
> mi **** Ut F
: ;v • hi on
f ,v * JO' V|rt „jr|| , 4
November 21
All changes in or additions to
listings and advertisements must
be in our hands before that date.
The
Chesapeake & Potomac
Telephone Company
ONE KILIEO. HER
WOUNDED fit BIND OF
MISKEDMEN IN BEDE
CHir Tk u*nmS Prm.l
HENRYETTA. OKLA., Oct. 30
Reece Adkins, of Dewar. Okla., was
shot to death and Thomas Bogus,
constable, was wounded probably fa
tally at Spelter City, near here last
night, when a band of masked men
af which Adkins wa a member, call
'd Bogus from a motion picture thea
tre and attempted to kidnap him in
in automobile.
Another man, whose identity has
not teen ascertained, was known to
ti3ve leen shot in the leg.
Bogus drew a pistol and began fir
ng when the party attempted to en
dc him into the motor car. police
sa d. They reported he admitted
killing Adkins.
Ical police say the members of
the band wore blue jumpers and
masks of a dark blue material.
They were said to be members of
a newly-organized secret society,
known as “the true-blue.”
TO TEXT rONSTITI TION AI.ITY
OF ORAIN FI TI RK ACT
(B* The Amum-UImI l*rr.)
CHICAGO. ILL.; Oct. 30.—The Chi
cago Board of Trade today made its
move to test the constitutionality of
the grain future act when it filed in
Federal district court here a petition
for an injunction restraining the en
forcement of the act.
District Judge Carpenter issued a
stay order preventing enforcement
until he has heard a petition asking
for a temporary injunction to pre
vent enforcement ‘of the measure.
The law enacted to take the place
of the former Kapper-Tincher act. de
clare J unconstitutional ly the su
preme court, was passed to become
effective Nov. 1.
BAPTIST MISSIONARY TO
TALK ON WORK IN CHINA
It is with great eagerness that the
College Avenue Baptists and those of
, the Eastport Baptist Church are look
ing forward to the coming of Mrs.
Yallcria Green, of Canton. South
China, tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock.
She will sneak at the College Avenue
Baptist Church, and will give an in
teresting talk, as she is fresh from
the field, and an enthusiastic work
i er. as well as speaker. She will give
a different message from that of Mrs.
CIRCLE TONIGHT
r "‘'.TrCTstoh' “Where Is My Wandering
C thh Boy Tonight” ' "
, Yftl Xfi PM>TKB ,w “'s ,u .\T, K|\\
I ■ "STAKI.AXII K t VIKW” The hi* *|ter-*|teeiiil |ihi>topl:iy nf teurm. * I*> 11 r. I |{iim . j-,,
—AM)— |iHlhJ*) unit laughter, \ tlramnlir Hi under holt lint hi \|\,, s |)(
COMKIIV hltn trai*ht to the heart I’KIl I v . | (>l (|<)
COMING ... RUPERT HUGHES’ “K EM EMBK Ain ce~
I anno UnckMkK 7 tT
Today-Tomorrow—Wednesday
REPUBLIC THEATRE
THE GREATEST PICTURE OF
THE YEAR!
REX INGRAM’S
“PRISONER
OF
ZENDA”
i
A NOTABLE CAST
t
Headed by Lewis Stone, Robert Edeson, Alice Terry
Stuart Holmes, Barbara La Marr
AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA
/\ masterpiece of English fiction becomes a masterpiece of film art.
• • •
All the gorgeous glamor ana fascinating intiigue of the world’s most
famous romance depicted in a vividly beautiful setting.
• • • fc
Another example of the motion picture supreme, by the man who di
rected Ihe Pour Horsemen. ’’
One Performance Matinee Two Performances Evenings
3.30 7 P. M.
P M AND
A , 9 P. M.
35c.
Yocum. the North China missionary
! who spoke here some time ago.
Ail who heard Doctor and Mrs.
Yocum agreed that the evening; had
( I eon well spent; now is their oppor-]
liinity to have another vivid picture
of life In the mission field. Mrs Green |
is well acquainted with the Rev. Rob
ert Ransom. the Baptist missionary
from here, who is known and loved
, ly many Annapolis people. i
Mrs. Green expects to return to-
China in the spring and hopes to j
take lack memories of the Annapolis
■ Baptists* hearty co-operation with her j
work.
There will be music on the t r „, r
tomorrow night, and everybody
vited to come and hear Nlh ~
; message.
XaafUest* Against Rtprtaii*
LONDON. Oct. 30. The Home .
tnander of the Fascist!. B , Us
change telegraph dispatch L . . i
.today, has issued a m.■ ~i7”" ~—
j the Pasclsti squads in the
jearry oat a-v r< nrisuls Th>
festo read:
"All conflicts are not only us.i,.v
' hm harmful to the Fascist! cans.

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