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BEAT SPARROWS POINT The toy* and girls of the Annapo lis High School loth won from Spar rows Point In games which the local players completely outclassed the visitors. The score of the hoys set to was 42 to IS, while that of the j girls, 20 to 4. Within the first few seconds or play. Rice, of the Annapolis team,j scored High School's first tally. Im mediately after, Hollyoak evened up thinga by caging the ball from near, the centre circle. After several more j scores the Annapolis players drew 1 away and always had at leaat twice the score of the Sparrows Pointers. ! The girls' game was marked by the much improved playing of the local team and the stellar shooting of Selma Fox, who scored 9 of her team’s goals, Miss Leatherbury scoring the othor two points. After the game both teams were served with sandwiches and orange ade; also a dance was indulged in. A. H. S. Spar. Point H. S. Rice RF Collins Smith L.F Hollyoak Crandall C Talbott Andsrson R.G Da il Macaluso L.G 0we..8 Goals—Annapolis, Smith (7), Rice (4). Anderson (4), Armstrong, Me> kins, Crandall, Cantler, Macaluso; Sparrows Point, Hollyoak (4), Tal bott (2), Owens, Fouls - Annapolis, Ilice (2 in 9); Sparrows Poiut, Tal bott (2 in 6). Sul ntitutions—Anna polis, Armstrong for Rice, Meekinn for Smith. Cantler for Crandall. Stockctt for Anderson, Anderson for Storkett. Walrath for Anderson, Stockett for Macaluso; Sparrows Point, Titer for Collins, Kitterbusch for Owings, Ow ing* for Dali, Referee—Shortt, An napolis. Time of halves—2o minute 3. A. H. S. Girls. S. P. H. S. Girls. Fox R.F Heilman.. Leatherbury ... .L.F. . ~V. Woodhea 1 Mienhold C Oaks M Elliott B.C. . ,C. Woodhead Adams R.G. .Strastl augh 9 Kubitz L.G Harwig Goals—Annapolis, Fox (9), Leath erbury (1); Sparrows Point, Heilman. V. Woodhead. Foul Goals—Fox (0 in 2), Leatherbury (0 in 3>, V. Wood head (0 in 6); C. Woodhead (0 in 1). Substitutions—A. H. S„ King for Fox, Stevens for Leathorbury, Tow ahend for Elliott, Baldwin for Adams. Huff for S. Kubiti; Sparrows Point Green for Strastbaugh, Strastlaugh for Harwlg. Admission HbhSWSL I/la xtsru .<1 _ 10l v^w/Admissioi -as- Hsiklftoniobiie Miirapppi First Big Automobile Show Now Going On at 26 WEST STREET -!—! --IS- f fr- ' ' I, ---■■• ' —' ’ Cadillac Hudson Essex Durant Star Velie SEDAN RBAN 7-PASSENGER coach sport and sedan sedan PHAETON SEDAN TOURING TOURING TOURING TOURING l - t> -■ :: ~~~ '■ ■ v II 111 ' ■■ V. ' i.Vrnn— ~ ~ T r~ V- - ■- - ** Finest and most attractive line of Automobiles that has ever been displayed in Annapolis. Star four door Sedai which is the cheapest and best built Automobile on the market. Numerous sales have been made this week front thi first glance. Orders taken on Cadillac, Durant, Essex and Velie. DO NOT MISS THE OPPORTUNITY OF SEEING THE FINEST ASSORTMENT OF CARS ON THE MARKET TODAY, RANGING FROM $500.00 TO $5,000.09 DELIVERED. THE TIME HAS COME WHEN THE AUTOMOBILE BUYER WANTS TO SEE NOT ONLY THE CAR, BUT THE SERVICE STATION WHERE HIS CAR IS TO BE TAKEN. OUR SERVICE PLAN, WE SINCERELY BELIEVE, IS THE BEST IN THE CITY OF ANNAPOLIS, AND WE WILL PROVE THIS IF YOU WILL GIVE US A TRIAL. There are opportunities in this business; it is only necessary to learn to recognize them. * t , ..... . ... -- Few businesses have reached the heights of the automobile business. Once you have trained your mind to this opportunity that is being offered by the Winters* Auto Co. you will not find it hard to recognize the opportunity to fall in line with us. I Don’t cast longing eyes at another man’s business under the delusion that his opportunities are greater than yours, for there are opportunities everywhere. It is sir3 ply necessary for you to learn to recognize and create the m. * . mZZZZiSn** #'*♦* WINTERSON AUTO COMPANY 26 WEST STREET ’ HkSSSSirXXZ? c. r. winterson, Prop. TELEPHONE^ TIRES—FuII line of Cord Tires. We have been appointed distributors for the Traveler’s Tire and Rubber Co., and will sell direct to the consumer at a discount® 25 per cent, from list, the list not being any higher than for any other standard make of tire. OPPORTUNITY FOR DEALERS AND SALESMEN Most successful dealers and salesmen are successful simply because they are able to recognize Opportune MARYLAND AND 7EUN GRID TEAMS WILL NOT MEET IN BALTIMORE University of Maryland and tk ? University of Pennsylvania will net play football on October 6 in the Bal timore Stadium, according to an an nouncement made yesterday by H. C. (Curly) Byrd, Athletic Director t! i Maryland. Byrd declared that in fln”nci?s juc lice to Maryland he could not pi.y Penn 50 per cent, of the gate receipt % | and the Park Board 25 per cent, fer | the use of the Stadium. He said thft the expense of staging the gridiron battle would amount to several thous ‘ and dollars and that very little would be left for Maryland to share. .. CUT THIS OUT IT TS WORTH MONEY Cut out this slip, enclose with 5c and mail to Foley & Co.. 2835 Sheffield j Ave., Chicago. 111., writing your name I and address clearly. You will receive . In return a trial package containing j Foley’s Honey and Tar Compound for I coughs, colds and croup; Foley Kid j ney Pills for pains in sides and back: II rheumatism, backache, kidney and ;• bladder ailments; and Foley Cathartic i j Tablets, a wholesome and thoroughly l j cleansing cathartic for constipation i biliousness, Headaches, and sluggish ‘(bowels. —(Adv.) _ I „ ,rS et P'H THAT FRIEND WHO IS SICK— J' * 1 Can talk to no one, , i and is interested in |, [EER- t BtTEN- \ :om-w when 3) LOW- jgf edside. Ik iOM arj iop daveW : 907 W iff. __HE E/tgyiNG CAFfTAt. Aft\Alli.lS. MARYLAND. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 10, 19g.T t. DU SANDS OF SimiNERS MAY ■ j PAY VISIT HERE: (Cmtlurt Krum Pff I.) It has teen suggested also that this' occasion will afford a rare opportu- j nity for the City Council, the Rotary j Club and the Chamber of Commerce j tc spread the tame of Annapolis and to bring oat its rare charms and at- 'j tractions, not only through photo-1 graphs and literature, but by a per- j onaily conducted list. Gov. Ritchie May Greet Them Governor Ritchie has stated that J the welcome on behalf of the State j would l e heartily extended, and rroh- ; iV’y an historical address in the State House on Annapolis and Maryland would he in order. Baltimore has a very large Boumi Temple of Shrinere. and the Annapo lis Ix>dge of Masons functions in con nection with that Temple. Alreadv committees are at work aiming to ; contribute in every possible way to ward the success of the Convention, especially from the standpoint of Maryland. /dji, i i ! A" CHIROPRACTIC ad justment is a sclentl ! fie Life Saver that puts | in place the vertebrae of the spine that may be | ] pressing upon the nerves. i Chiropractic is First As j? sistant to Nature who is 8 g the Peerless Physician. STAGE ALL SET FOR BIG SHOW OP MIDSHIPMEN j (CMHiiwd Frun Pare 1.1 nations which wound up rheir studies ! in those subjects It is now the burial j of Math and English that takes place with all the fitting rites appropriate to such an occasion. A military funeral is given to the defunct, and full hon- j ors are paid the old enemies of the! , midshipmen by the surviving victors of the two and a haif-yeara of mortal combat. SEVERN MATMEN LAID LOW BY CITY COLLEGE irMtluaml Pram Pare U with a half-Xelson and lodv hold. 115-Lb. Class —Lusoo. t City, gain- 1 ed a decision over Montgomery, of Hsh Star : Theatre CHANGE OP PrCTCRKS DAILY TODAY Vodavil Show! 5-Big Star Ads-5 You bnve -ran plenty of rooil one*, but don’t mi** (lit* one! IT’S A RIOT OF FI X! Added attraction: ART ACCORD (BUCK) “The Days Of Buffalo Bill” Century Comedy. MONDAY “Around the World in 18 Days” TUESDAY IBIG ATTRACTION! Norma Talmadge —lN— “Love's Redemption” Severn. Time advantage 3 min. 29 seconds . 125-Lb. Class—R. Keeno, of City j threw Molter. of Severn, in 4 min lo ; sec., with a head scissors and body ' hold. 135-Lb. Class—Von Antwerp, ot j Severn, defaulted to Peyton, of City, j after. 5 minutes of wrestling. 145-Lb. Class—Stansburv. of Scv-; ern. threw Fogle, of City, in 4 min. 5 1 sec., with a body hold. 155-Lb. Class—Calderhead. of Sev ern, threw C. Keene, of City, in 5 min 45 sec., with a body hold. Total score City College, 19; * Severn, 10. Win Prevent Frothing Be certain that there is no grease of any sort on the whlpper when beating whites of eggs or Oiey wi)l not lecdmo stiff.—Baltimore Sun. ■ —w M "■ -- / - ■—> C. W. Tucker & Son ROOFERS S|M>utlnr, Slirat Melnl and Slate Work. Moir and Furnace Repairing. PIIONE ) mmmm .^ DAY OR NIGHT I TAXI SERVICE TELEPHONE DC# EUGENE WELLBORN '*o FRANKLIN STREET Aunnpoll*. Wd. f- : iANUfL W. BROOKS & CO. I CIIAS. NELSON BBOOKS PAINTING DECORATING papfii’ hanging -n- Batlmatea Cheerfully Purnleked. —: i— tolur M'liemcM fur furniture inlutlng*. 1 CpbolKtertoK and tiold Line Work. iSVfc DEAN ST. PHONE 544-W. CIRCLE PLAYHOUSE SATURDAY. i ®*' wr AMtcuon*i “The Headless Horseman” M ' m " ajckop’s fables * rrom Grc ut b > : C WASHINGTON IRVING Th e Legend of Sleepy Hollow” BEN TIKPIN ° WITH E SELECT NEWS WILL ROGERS AS IC’HAECD til/. ;; >O. Saddles. Bents and Shoes for Pood! Leather dealer reports considerable • damage done in his stock room, j Roaches positively ate tho leather! I These itests are an al solute menace I/* ’ " ““ —-- * THONE 619. 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