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The Evening Capital.
iriU.IKUED EVERT EVENING EXCEPT RCNDATS
\,i. i.xxvn-No. r.r.
COLLEGIANS FIT
Fflll CLASH WITH
JOHNS HOPKINS

Cadets Engaging In Light Work
out This Afternoon As Final
Preparation For Hostilities—
Students Vent Enthusiasm By
Street Parade.
MANY ANNAPOLITANS
WILL WATCH BATTLF
I
I xithall spirit is rampant ntj
old St. John's ( olicgc. Around
the campus today there is noth-1
ing hut talk of the all-important'
games with the ancient rivals of 1
lohii' Hopkins to he staged on
Homewood Field, Baltimore, to
morrow afternoon.
Stirred It) "Pep" Meeting-
Following n hip "pen" meeting held
in the college gymnasium last night
!be whole cadet battalion of nearly 200
happy youngsters broke loose abouti
ibe streets of Annapolis, and did the
terpentine dance hero nnd there,
ringing and yelling all the while.
Seareely had the yelling of the regi
ment of midshipmen, who gave a mon
ger sendnff to their leant upon de
parture for Philadelphia, died away,
than the St. John's hoys swarmed
about the streets, singing and yelling.
Madly enthusiastic over the near ap
proach of the Hopkins encounter.
While hundreds of Annapolitans
will lie at the scene of the Army-Navy
fracas, the large majority of local
fans have elected to make the shorter,
and less expensive, jaunt to nahimore'
tn see the wearers of the Orange and j
ltlrick clash with the Rlnck nnd nine.
I.ltrlil Signal Work Today
This afternoon, George I Johan,
hpad mentor of the Bt. Johu's grid*
drr-i. will put his proteges through
only a light sißnni and formation
drill as their final practice for the
battle of tomorrow. According to
present arrangements, the team and
substitute* will nor leave here until
ll:4ft in tlte morning, and upon ar
rival in llaliimorn will go direct to
Homewood Field. The cadet battalion
will get away al about the same time,
and front the Baltimore terminus of
the \V„ M & A. they will mnreh to the
playing field, as customary,
triintliHieil On I’nise ?.)
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I'll 1C
BETTER WAY |
TO HEALTH
HEALTH TALK No. 5
Convincing YOF of the very!
reasonableness of Chiropractic I
'. Vdjit:intents for the correction of
the CAUSE of sickness should
not be difficult. Our patients he
I came convinced through earnest !
Investigation. Investigation should !
j convince YOF.
Once you are convinced of the .
jj reasonable explanation of the i
s *ntple philosophy upon which 1
• Chiropractic is based, you may j
still entertain a streak of doubt
I, to whether spinal adjustments j
">1 be applicable in your particu
lar k.nd of sickness.
This doubt will surely vanish
as you experience improvement j
lrrrn 'he first few-adjustments for jj
h- correction of the CAUSE of I!
ij .’Cur suffering.
Actual results will convert you
troni 'he time worn fallacy of tak-ij
tic drues and dope for symptoms, j|
’he modern way of eliminating ;
Uf 1 \FSE of those symptoms. Re- j
nioval ef the CAUSE invariably re- ')
;n restoration of HEALTH. \[
may not realize that the •
A ' SK ot your sickness is in your ;
tie. hut to get hack your health |j
'•'> be convinced. Consultation 1
■ " : 'h spinal analysis is free.
TELEPHONE Rfi3
Du J. M. Jones |
Chiropractor
t'l COLLEGE AVENUE
ANNAPOLIS. MD.
lbeirs each Tuesday. Thursday l
and Saturday: 2:3ft to ft P. M. jj
gfillijill CUnpit nl.
OFFICIAL WASHINGTON
AND OTHERS COBBLE
PULLMAN RESERVATIONS
Out of the 2.000 persons who will
jam Franklin Field Stadium. Phila
delphia, tomorrow afternoon to wit
ness the Army-Navy game. Washing
ton probably will have the largest
representation of any city.
Every Pullman and parlor car
reservation on the eight special trains
leaving the National Capital in the;
morning is sold. In fact, they were
sold three days after the 2,400 rescr
rations were put on the market.
' For the past few days the demand
; for reservations equaled the mad
1 scramble for admission tickets. I n- 1
j less more special trains are added.)
j hundreds will be compelled to reave*
| in day roaches.
Therp is little or no.ehance for add-j
I ing other trains with Pullman and j
i parlor cars, according to officials.]
It is slid that allot
ment was curtailed because of the un
precedented demand In New York for
reservations, on special and regular
trains carrying the throngs of foot
ball fans to Now Haven tomorrow- af
ternoon for the Harvard-Yale game.
ACADEMY TO RECEIVE j
RADIO STORY OF GAME
For the benefit of those folks of the!
Naval Academy, and others, who for
one reason or another will remain at .
home, instead of making the jaunt to j
Philadelphia for the Army-Navy,
game, authorities of the Naval Acad
emy have arranged to receive the
complete story of the game by radio.
The returns will bo received and an
nounced through a large sounder box
i at the Auditorium building.

AGED COUPLE LOST
EVERYTHING IN FIRE
—1
Mr. nnd Mrs. Talbott aged parentst
of Lee Talbott, whose homo*at Wells-j
view was burned a few nights ago j
suffered heavily ‘ if* - a result of tlje
conflagration. As they made their
home with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Talbott:j
their furniture and clothing, with the
exception of that which they wore at
the time of the blaze, was completely
destroyed. Both Mr. nnd Mrs. Tal
bott are too old to work and Mr. Tal- ;
hott is extremely feeble as the result j
of an injury that he sustained several
years ago. The aged couple are now
residing at 422 West street.
Oyster and Chicken Salad
SUPPER
ALSO BAZAAR
jcake. ice cream and fancy articles
will be on sale.
ST MARGARETS. PARISH HALL
FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 24th
TICKETS 50c h. 24
REDUCTION
IN
Hats !
Friday and Saturday
L. P. MUSTERMAN
197 Main Street
r ELKS'
! Big Show
Monday and Tuesday
December 4th-sth
Tickets AW 071
Sale at
Moore s Confect ionery
MARYLAND AVENUE
'
Prices 50c Upper Balcony
SI.OO Lower Balcony
$1.50 Orchestra
$2.00 Boxes
I <
$ —-7*
Comply I Vilh The Postal Laud
INSTALL A
1 LETTER|
SLOT
. 47 £f AN F. J. FLOOD p !J?m e
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S(. John’s Eleven Lined Up For Action I
ME
VH WMM JMn wnM
Hi * '
- t Photo t>y Pickering.) : J
Those in the picture, reading from left to right, are; Forwards, Banfielfl. right end; Alexander, right M
tackle; linger, right tackle: Perry, center; Stecker. left gharri; Barger, left tackle; Anderson, left end. In t
j rear Kirkp.t;r-<K (Capl I. right half; Norris, quarterback | Itidgely. fullback: Cain left halfback. |
NAVY’S STEADY PILOT j
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( APT. ‘♦VIA" (OMtOY.
OF UTAH.
GOLD LICE CROWD
swarms fcii came:
Quaker City Hotels Crowded
Last Night And Throngs
Expected Today
/
PHILADELPHIA, PA. Nov. 24
i Army and navv officers, gleaming with
I
i gold luce, resplendent in their dress i
uniforms and accompanied ly fur-1
coated and fashionably gowned wo-1
men. crowd the lobbies of the hotels I
j today as the first of the great host j
! who will see the Army and Navy foot- i
j hall game tomorrow at Franklin i
i Field.
The moleskin warriors from Wes' j
Point came In on a special train yes-j
terday over the Reading Railway, a j
day ahead of the Navy players, who'
i are. scheduled to arrive today.
; hilg the Cadets went through ni
! shortJUfactice on Franklin Field, the
jj older men who will be spectators at j
the "tfnillion-dollar game" hurried!
around’town to find sleeping places j
' for tihosc who were unable to pet into
? the hoLels ami others tried to get the- j
atre tickets and table reservations in
. I f.m ium il On I'.itf tU i
C. N. HERMAN
OPTICIAX
ISO MAIN ST.
Eyes Examined. Glasses Fitted.
In Jewelry Store ef
I*. OfIROSH.
'1 - i
, FOR SALE
A good-paying Confectionery and
! Light Lunch in a colored section,
doing $275 a week business. Will
consider cash or terms. Owner
has other business. Call at 29
Carroll street, or phone 295.
-
FOOT-BALL
f STANTON HIGH SCHOOL
versus
CAMBRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL
Annapolis Hi’h School Lot
Saturday, November 25th
i ADMISSION, gftc.
ESTABLISHED IN 1884.
ANNAPOLIS MI).. FRIDAY,-NOVEMBER 24. 1522
FRIENDSHIP,
COMRADESHIP,
THAT’SRQTARY
Charles R. Posey, Of Baltimore,
Delivered Forceful Address On
“Service” At Interesting Gath
ering Of Local Clubmen Am"
Friends Yesterday.
ROTARY PRINCIPLES
TOLD BY R. P. MELVIN
The meeting of the Annapolis
Ror ary Club held at Carvel Hall latt
•flhlflrounht together practically the
q-'titv ti-ui'i (-r-iiijt (>f ibe Cltil- with
-the -tradition of a large representa
tion of citizens of Annapolis who
were invited guests.
J. Garland Mealy, President of the
Club, was toastmaster. Music was
rendered 1 v Professor Sima’s orches
tra which, together with the number
of songs and speeches, made up an
evening that was acclaimed as both
delightful and interesting. The din
ner was held in the ballroom or Car
vel Hall and the members and guests
gathered at the large T-shaped table
I and joined lustily in the songs ot
I friendship and comradeship for which
j Rotary is noted, and listened to the
! earnest speeches that were made.
Life’s Qii: lilies And Service
j Tite chief speaker of the evening
j was Charles R. Posev, a prominent
: business man and rotarian of Balti
, more, who delivered a forceful ad
dress on "What is Service?” The
scope of his address was marked out
on a blaekl oard with the word "area'
ias the basis. He said that "A" stood
for ability, "R" for reliability. "K
for endurance and "A" for action (ot
j work). He said that no person's lift
was complete or successful unless
' these qualities figured in It. and that
Rotarian* could not render the right
(Unnt innetl On ft.)
; BDLLETIN SCORES OF
BIG GAMES WILL BE
POSTED AT CAPITAL
With both the midshipmen and
St. John's College Cadets away
from base engaging in their
important football contests of the
season, and the fact that prac
ticrtl'y everyone in the city inter
ested in the great autumn sport
will be at the scene of one or the
other battle. The Evening Capital
will deviate from its custom of
years gone hv. in receiving a
"running" story of the Army-Navy
fracas.
This paper will, however, re-*
*ceiTe bulletins of the score of both
games, by periods or quarters, and
the same will he posted o.t the
large plate glass window of the
lusiness office*.
The management of she paper
also wishes to take this means of
informing its patrons that the edi
tion of the paper will go to press
about 11 o'clock. Copy for adver
tising must he in the office as
early as possible in the morning.
Fnder the circumstances adver
tising mr.tter will be limited to
Classified snch as Want Ads. and
x small reading notices.
WILL LEAD ST. JOHN’S *
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i Phot.. h.v Pt.-lcerlng i 1
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SACK IT CRITICS'
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"Tiger” Takes Thrusts At Hitch-1
cock And Borah In Boston
Interview
‘By The Aanoclalfil I’rf..,)
BOSTON. Nov. 24. Georges
Clemenceau, the “Tiger” of France.'
lathed back at his Senate critics to
day in his tirst American interview,
granted to the Associated Press, re
plying particularly to the criticism of j
Senators Hitchcock and Borah.
“Senator Hitchcock called me t> ;
militarist" the former French war
premier said. “Well. I am glad to
tell Mr. Hitchcock he is in the Sen
ate owing to the vote for only a few i
more days. When he is free, I dare!
him to go to France and learn the]
truth.”
Answering Senator Hitchcock’*- i
question as to why France insisted in •
using black troops in her army of oc
cupation, Clemenceau declared that
Hitchcock hud lH*en misled hv Gev
ntan propaganda and that today there
(l uiitiiiii*l On I'ugr Ci.)
APPELLATE COURT
ENDS OCTOBER TERM
,
Having completed the hearing oi
arguments in cases on the docket fot
the reguar October term, the Mary
land Court of Appeals yesterday af
ternoon adjourned until the January
term, which will begin on the eighth
of that month, and ( the judges have I
gone to their respective homes, scat-j
tered throughout the Bute, for thej
Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays.!
The Court has had an unusually j
heavy docket this term. Nearly 1.10
cases w ere either heard or disposed of j
by other actions, and in a number ot
these decisions have already been
rendered.
Maccabees To Meet Tonight
The W. B. A. of the Maccalees will'
hold their meeting this evening at fcj
o'clock in Odd Fellows’ Hall, West
street.
END OF FALL SEASON
SEES CLEARANCE SALES
The fall season being nearly at an j
end. a scries of clearance sale* % iß be
ing staged by many of the local mer- j
chants. First in this field i 3 Max
Snyder, 57-59 West street, whose sale
began this morning. Mr. Snyder is,
offering some extraordinary bargains
in general merchandise, as well as in
shoes. —the line in which he special
izes*
HARDING HEADS LIST
OF BOXHOLDERS FOR
ARMY-NAVY CONTEST
The list of holders of boxes on the
Navy’s side of the Held for the game
tomorrow follows:
65. President Harding: 58, Vice
President Coolidge; 67. Superint *n
dent of the Naval Academy; 64 gec
retary of the Navy; 6S. Chief of th<
Bureau of Operations of the Na.v;
63. Commandant of Midshipmen; 69.
Commanding Officer of the Atlantic
Fleet; 70, Chief of Navigation of the
Navy; 62. Assistant Secretary if the
Navy.
61. Governor Ritchie of Maryland;
82. lion. T. S. Butler; 81, lion. F K
Warren: 77. lion M a. Madden; 78
the Speaker of the l : nlted States
House of Representatives; 71, Rear
Admiral lamis M. Nulion. Command
ant or the League Island Navy Yard:
60. •Colonel Robert \J. Thompson; 50
Rear Admirals Sims. MeVav and
Mayo; 4S, Rear Admirals Winslow and
Rowan and C.eorec A. Sanderson.
76. Rear Admirals Plunkett and
Rolertson and Captain Powell; 57.
Rear Admirals Fc.llatn and I-atimer;
70. Rear Admirals Scales and Wood.
Genera! Butler, Marine Corps, and
Mr. Burnham; 57, Rear Admirals
Wiley and G. W. Williams; 51, Gen
eral Lejemte, Marine Corps; 41. R it
Cousins; 4fi. W, F. Cochran ami W.
O. Corey; 71. H. O. Dunn and Rear
Xdmiral Mar bury Johnston
NOTRE DAME TO PLAY
ARMY IN NEW YORK
POI’CHKEEPSIE. S. Y. Nov. 2!
Denying reports that athletic rela
tions tot ween West Point and Notre
Dame college have been severed Col
onel Charles Italy, head coach c.f the
army fool 1 all team in a letter r'reiv
ed here today stated that negoti itious
HtlWjJearty under wav for a game be
tween the two institutions next vpnf,,
ho played in New- York city,
FOOTBALL CLASSICS,
TOMORROW MEAN
$2,000,000 OUTLAY
(B.v Th*- l’rrt.l
NEW YORK. Nov. 24 Million
dollar football games —two of
them will mark the climax to
morrow of the Eastern gridiron
season. •
Money to be spent by the 76 000
persons expected to attend the
Yale-Harvard event at New Haven
and the 50.000 to attend the Armv-
Navy game at Franklin Field.
Philadelphia, is estimated con
servatively at $2,000,000
For tickets alone more than
$600,000 will he spent. C.irfire.
meals, theatre parties, flowers,
clothes and other incidentals
j will cost more than the tie..eta.
||S§ ' agj
p (Sifts far (Ebristuutr. f
§(& Our /loliday (toods Are Arriving Daily) and Wf 1 h.tvY- *
already laid aside cjiiUe a few selections which om *4
- wrist watches .To make your sc
-I>* K whtfo (roll), rootabjrnlir fHiapf*. flOTt> rnPdllS 1
5/ 17-JewH movement with mj i .i
% I'hiro crown- tr-von that you are get tin 0
fa the most desirable *>-■
V (CD?)*’ r B if ff obtainable from a splen- IJh I
didlv complete assortment.
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MEN S watches > Old Reliable Jeweler &b
I|k&ul LI) yr. gunrnntecil. gol<l . E* k."
temr/r 180 MAIN ST K 1 K f
ii Coal I* Yo U N in‘iTA Safety Gas Maker j!
which generates Gas from Kerowene (Coal-Oil).
No odor —no soot no dirt —no labor.
i*i Costs less than coal, produces more heat. . i
Can 1 e installed in any make of heating stove, wood stove, H
Itl trobe stove, kitchen range, hot-water furnace, nineiess furnace, and !!
H steamroller. ' \\
b This Oil Burner will be demonstrated to the public, beginning ,1
0 Thursday. November 23rd until Wednesday, November 30th, daily from i 1
b ,d a m nt ‘l * P m. at No. 7 Dock street (next to J. W. Trauiwein’3 H
store*. ‘ •1 j vin :j
Idon t wait until the snow begins to fall, hut "Order Now.” See * 3
b I* demonstrated and Le continc.ed. n 25 f|
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THE WEATHER:
* Fair tonight ami Sat
urday. Coluer tonight.
POMrttF.HKNSIYR LOCAL AM* IlKMtltU. M \t s
PRICE. TWO C ENTS
! NAVY GOAT AND
■ ARMY MULE ARE
TOGGING LEASH
Middie Gridiron Warriors Given
A Rip-Roaring SendotT B \
Comrades 0( Regiment An
They Departed For Quaker
Town Today.
STUDENTS WILL LEAVE
TOMORROW MORNING
With the football w:\rtior il*
ready at the scone of ho tiliixs
of the morrow with the rival
West Point Cadet's, nearly V.ioo
midshipmen comprising the R ( ,. -
iment, keyed to the highest pitch
ot enthusiasm are anxiou ly
awaiting the signal for mov oment
from Annapolis to Philadelphia
for the l>ig clash.
Team (let twin \t
The fantl alt party, consi.tin;' of over
46 players, accompanied by the i iff
of coaches and others numberm • t> i
in all. left the city at S:2ft o’clock
(hi.- morning on a special train of
four Pullman cars over the Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad. With them went
the advance guard of loyal Navv
“rooters." Arriving at lit** Chestnut
i street station before noon, the grid
iron knights immediately entered ii
line of automobiles and were driven
to the Bel levue-St rat ford hotel, which
ils the official Navy headquarters in*
! eident to the big game.
Big Senclcd? By Com rude ■>
The squad was given son loff by
j the Regiment such as ha- aldom
I l een equaled at the depart ■'ire of a
i team hound to dq battle with the r
T friendly service rivals. Tip* eutiro
,} regiment, headed tv the mithh hand
l composed of drums, cornets an I hfe>.
j lead the line of marc h from the gov
ernment reservation to .the* Went
street, station where the special train
q wasi in waiting. There a rip-roarin'*,
'demonstration was staged Mid hip
| man Back, one of tlm enrp l fxt cheer
j lenders, mounted the ton of a two
! story frame dwelling house nearby,
and started his fellows in an almost
j continuous roar of c heers for th *
j players, coaches and other connected
'with the team. The demonstration
j continued until the train leyan to
i draw away from the station Then
ithe Middies wended tlu-tr, way Lack
to the academy to enter upon tlm
t day’s routine of scholastic work But
. I nhl.ling over w ith Hi** spirit of tho
jI ig game at hand, it i- doubtful
whether much byway of satisfactory
work was accomplished in the c asa
rooms in course of the day
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