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BRILLIANT IRK BV
JM MATTHEWS BRINGS I
VICTORY TO ST. IN'S
After bein* defeated by their rivals
of Washington College Friday night,
the basketball team of St. John's Col
lege went to Chester, Fa., Saturday,
and showing splendid form, defeated
the Pennsylvania Military Cadets in
dec! i!vq style, 42 to 22.
The marvelous basket shooting of
.lay Matthews, St. John’s little right
forward, together with the almost
perfect support given by the rest of
Lis quintet, enabled the local cadets
to cinch the game. Matthews* shot*
were the wonder of the game, lie
snapped them into the basket almost
at wiil from all parts of the floor and
registered a total of 10. Second
honors for Ft. John's were carried off
by Darley, with five baskets.
Both teams played an evenly
matched game In the first half. For
Penn Military College especially good
work was performed by Elliott, Gyp
Allen and P.uotto. Hueston fell down
badly In his foul shooting.
Penn Military College was able tr#
land only 3 baskets in the last half,
while the superb shooting of Mat
thews and Parley quickly put the visi
tor far In the lead. Another no e
wortliy feature was the foul shooting
of Matthews. He landed 51 out of 12
Line-up and summary:
P. M. C. (22) Pos. St. John's (41)
Gyp Allen F Matthews
I-uono F .Parley
Elliott C Rapp
Red Allen G Cain
Hueston O Scott
Field goals Gyp Allen. Huono (3),
Klllott (2), Red Allen, Hneston (2).
Matthews (10), Parley (5). Rapp
Foul goals -Hueston (2), Klllott (4).
Matthews (ft). Substitutions Reilly
for Hueston, Hueston for Reilly,
Webb f or Cain. Referee, Lou Martin,
HONS ILL TO BECOME
SIS BROTHERS MID
CARE FOR HOMELESS
(ttjr Tim AMorlnlfil Prv%o
CHICAGO, Jan. 2ft.- A nation-wide
movement for the individual care of
homeless boys and girls is expected
t lo Inaugurated here today with the
iicei'ng of the director* of the Inter
national Association of Lions Clubs.
Hi addition, plans for inducing aliens
to become naturalized citizens, and
to instruct them In Americanism upon
n broad and comprehensive lasis will
also te formulated.
Karh year the directors of tins as
sociation make plans for one or more
major* activities of its 600 clubs in
the I'nited States rfnd .Canada, and
those are followed out by Its mem
larshlp of 20,000.. The plan for the
aid to homeless 1 oys aud girls was
ruggested by the president of the as
sociation, Ed S. Vaught, of Oklahoma
Citv.
Th • present nlan, according to Fec
relary-General Melvin Jones, of Chi
cugo, contemplates the “adoption" lr
each memt er of the organization of
a homeless toy or girl and care for
the individual child In the way of
looking after its schooling, clothing
and seeing to it that the child Is suf
ficiently nurtured with wholesome
food. The members are expected to
report to their clubs at stated inter
vals. giving the progress of the chil
dren under their care. In this way
it is planned to provide decent sur
roundings, education and proper in
fluence for at least 30,000 homeless
little ones each year. The exiwnsr
will !e Tome jointly by the individ
ual mcmlers and the clubs.
The plan for naturalisation and
Americanisation is a co-operative ac
tivity of the clubs. At the present
time more than 175 Lions clubs are
conducting naturalization and Amer
icanization classes, and more than 200
clubs are already actively engaged in
promoting the welfare of homeless
children.
The plan of the directors is to on
ordinate these activities and to have
i ll Lions clubs engage in them upon
a definite basis. The meeting w:l
last three days.
When Popularity lenses
“Is a good loser popular?" “He is,"
replied Cactus Joe, “until the game is
over and he tries to borrow money."
—Washington Star.
It takes England tluee days to hold
;.n election, but it takes the United
States three months to get over one
—N'em York Tribune.
Bronchitis
Neglected Coughs and Colds
lead to Bronchitis, Asthma,
Influenza and other compli
cations.
Stop Your Cougii
with
FOLEY’S
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EstakiLsheJ IST 5
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in the World.
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DENBY LAUDS GOLDEN
GATE RESERVE SCHOOL
m w
Secretary of the Navy Deuly yes-]
tf-rday paid a h'gh trilute to the l’nl-j
j vorsily cf California in connection j
| with its contr.buttons to the service I
I of the country.
“The University of California has:
lecome one of the largest and best j
known universities in the country.” i
he said. “It’s war record was a splt-n- j
did one and it maintains today one
of the lest courses in military train-'
ing in any university in the couutry. J
“The university Is maintaining In-;
fantry, air service and medical corps
units of the senior division of the Re
serve Officers Training Corps and an- ’
thority has been granted for the es-|
tablishmeut of an ordnance unit. The {
university was placed on the War Do- I
partment list of distinguished col-!
leges for last year and the military’,
department contains 17 army officers ■
as Instructors and about 1,600 stu- 1
dents. In addition to which all stu-|
dents at the university receive mili
tary training and the regiment con-j
sitU of more than 4 000 men.”
It Pays To Advertise
Here's an exceilont example of the
value of advertising.
In yesterday's issue of this paper j
there was an “ad” for a lost fur neck- '
piece. The loser did not know when !
or where she had lost the fur, which)
was a valuable piece of Russian sal 10. I
iltlf an hour after the paper appear-j
'h! on the street she was called up:
by the person who had found it, and)
had lieen looking daily to see if tire !
loss was advertised.
The saying “It payj to advertise,”
is a wise one. > j
Inspection Of Sheep
Last year Inspectors from the Bu
reau of Aniinul Industry passed on
he health of nearly 25.000,000 head of
sleep with special reference to the
presence of scabies, a parasitic dis
ease that causes a great deal of loss
[ o ranchers if it is allowed to gain
'tea iway In flocks. More than 8,800,-
<OO of these sheep were dipped to de
ctroy the parasites. The disease is
luitc prevalent in'a number of the
Western range States, but the work
>f iive-s'ock health officials is result
ing in improvement.
I3P*AI>VEKTIBING IN THE CAUL
I'AT, It KINGS RESULTS.
r Freedom!' /<%§
-no more sluggishness Vr I
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Dr. KINGS
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TODAY
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AI.NO COMEDY
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| MMlfj
i The Company M. Juniors basketball
! rals won a game from the Annapolis
Midget - and lost to the Anuapolitau
Five. Many fouls were called in both
games but there was no endue rough
ness.
! The game was a clever passing con
test throughout, featured occasionally
i by brilliant shots from the court and ,
| foul line.
The lineup and summaries:
| Co. M Juniors 12. Anuap. Five 16 •
| Gicarono. . ......F Howard,
Dein lager F Shorn I
Colburn C Parkinson j
1 Foil e G : Bennett j
Dixon G Biles j
| Substitutions Kateef for Dixon,]
j Dixon for Koll e. KolLc for Colburn, j
i Knacks ted t for Bennett.
Field goals—Howard (2), Shortt!
! (2), Kateef (2), Parkinson (3). Cic-j
none. Biles, Colburn. Foul goals—
Kolhe (3 out of 6), Colburn (1 out
of 3), Delr.inger (0 out of 1). Dis
qualified—Colburn (4 fouls). Referee
—R. Anderson, A. H. S. Time ol
j halves—2o minutes.
SECOND GAME
Co. M. Juniors 10. Anr.ap. Midgets 5.
' Cicarone F Crosby
j Deininger F ..Bennett
! Kolle .....C. Shortt
j Colburn G Nason
; Dixon G... . ..Knacksledt
Substitutions: Howard for Ben
nett, Ueouett for Nason, Kateef for
Dixon, Dixon for Cicarone. Field
i goals—Colburn (3). Cicarone, Crosby.
) Foul goals—Colburn (2 out of 6>,
Grosty (3 out of 5), Shortt (0 out of
1). Referee—Meyette, Company M.
Time of halves—2o minutes.
The Juniors would like to arrange
games with any 95-100 lb. team in
the city or county. For games ad
j dross: Henry Kolhe, manager, 37
West street, Annapolis, Md.
Solace From Science
The coal and the petroleum
In time must all give out;
'And people will, when those days
come.
Have less to fight about.
—Washington Star.
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DAY BY DAY
Rj T. Gw**
JANUARY 20
Edward 111 of England
crowned on January 29, 1327. j
Benjamin Franklin pre
sented petition to the English . j
Privy Council on January 2ft,
1774.
All titles of nobility in the
United States abrogated by
law of*Congress ou January
! 2c. 1795.
George 111 of England died
January 29, IS2O.
Napoleon 111 married Eu
genie on January 29, 1553.
Central powers and Ru
r mania opened peace negotia
tions on January 29. 1918.
NEW SCOUT CRUISER ~1
OMAHA WILL BE SPEED i
KING C|l ATLANTIC
TACOMA, WASH., Jan 29.—Official
tests for the U. S. scout cruiser
Omaha, the fastest boat of her size in
the world, are lieing held here today.
Although of but 7.500 displacement
tons the Omaha is fitted with four huge
turbines that wiil develop a total of
90.000 horsepower and drive her at 35
1 knots, or 42 statute miles, an hour.
The new cruiser is capable of pass
ing the swiftest merchantman afloat.
■ She will be able to cross the Atlantic
to England in three days and a half,
as compared with four and a helf for
, the fastest passenger liner, the Maure
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DALLAS. TEX.. Jan. 29.- Mobiliza
tion of agricultural leadership lehind
"an intelligent, constructive and
! comprehensive co-operative market
ing program,*’ is the hope of the Am
erican Farm Bureau Federation, said
Walton Peteet. newly elected head of
the co-operative marketing depart
ment of this lody, in announcing his
I policy here today.
Mr. Peteet will assume his new du
, ties on February 1. giving up his post
as sec retary of the Texas Farm Bu- j
reau Federation. Hi* department
which will be built of trained ex
perts in cooperative marketing, he
said, will stimulate ami encourage the
orderly marketing of farm, ranch,
orchard and truck products of Am
i eriean farmers.
This work, Mr. Teteet said, will be
j promoted through educational cam
! pnigns. addresses and conferences.
] The department not only will le
I ready to stimulate and unify co-per
a’ive marketing organizations, but al
so co-ordinate the efforts of these or
ganizations of which there are more
than 18,000 now in operation handl
ing a billion and a half dollars worth i
of farm products annually, he an
j nounced.
I US UMEin
TO CGMSITJIIGIEISM
lU> Thf t iwx'liitfil
*XMW YORK. J'-' —Planting of
gardens, both flower and vegetable, t.s
a means of combatting radicalism and
i to make a “nation beautiful” has been
I assured through the efforts of the
j General Federation of Women's
Clubs. President Harding end other
high government officials have given
their official sanction to the move
ment. *
National Garden Week, as the move
ment has been named, will be ob
served during May, although the ex
act date has not been fixed. Women s
clubs in all sections of the 1 nited ,
States will co-ouerate with civic or
ganizations and schools in the plant
ing and cultivation of gardens, and
special lectures are contemplated.
A man or woman with a garden is
more contented and does not have
time to lecomc reactionary, according
to officials supporting the movement.
Tt also has an educational value for
school children, in that they acquire
a knowledge of botany and a love of
beauty.
City officials will be urged to join in
the program by enlarging or improv
ing civic parks. Another phase will
be the urging of the preservat on of
natural beauty spots.
National economy will be rnofier
result, it was said. Home dwellers,
by planting of vegetable gardens, will
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