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ANNAPOLIS’ AUTOMOBILE SHOW CLOSES TONIGtf
SEVER!WRESTLERS !
SHI Tim SKILL
Boys Of School At Boone Par
ticipated In Feature Bouts
In Baltimore
Severn School, of this county, was
not to lc denied at the recent inter
seh elastic wrestling meet, which was;
Ir'.d at CDmnn School on February
C 3 anti £4. .Matches in which Ser-;
nrn contestants wrestled proved to be
t!u* ft a ire matches of the day. After
the final scores were tabulated, it was'
found that Severn had made a good
showing hr rplte of handicaps. Severn
School scored a total of 13 points,
City College came fir t with £1 points,
’while Oilman score! 13 points and
t harlotte Hall drew up the rear with j
a total of 7 points.
t*uid It tut At 93 Pounds
In the lilt pound weight Paul, of
Severn, was defeated by Nachntunn,
<-f City, and Alexander of Gilman j
Paul put up a fine mutch against Alex
ander, In. which the Irtter gained i; :
decision hy a hare time advantage of
tvvo min ttes and seven seconds. Ste !
ver.s. an Annapolis lad. would have!
brought another first place hack to {
iiuone if it had not ion for the fact I
that his inexperience was the telling '
f ■ .'tor in h 8 downfall. Royster, o'
Gilman, secure 1 a fall over Steven; j
in the first day s wrestling. Stevens i
hi id topside continually only to lost !
Ills advantage when Royster wouii i
uwfully usr u roll. After 5 min- j
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ut< 3 of wrestling Royster finally suc
•cciel in gaining a fall.
Decision To Montgomery
Stevens, however, gained a decis
j ; on ovr-r Lachmann of Severn, on Sat
urday, only ta lose second place,
. when Ward, of Charlotte, gained a
fall with a half-nelson and arm hold,
ir. the first feature of the day, Sev
j ern won Its initial first place. Mont
gomery, wrestling for Severn, gained a
derision over Luteo, of City College,
in the final tout thereby giving him
firrt place. Montgomery showed su
, ruir form and was on top most of
the lime. After an extra period the
time proving in Montgomery's favor
he wa- declared the victor. In the
127-1 ound class, Russell, of Severn,
did well against loth Keene, of City
..'allege, and Janney Lefore giving up.
In the 135-pound weight Van Ant
werp had misfortune for the third
time this season. Peyton of City Col
lege. got a headlock at the outset,
'n extending himself to prevent Pey
oi! from gaining a fall with this
hold Van Antwerp injured his neck
and v/us forced to concede the vic
tory to Peyton, alter a game strug
j Kle.
Charlotte Hall l.ad Gets Fall
In the lout between Poffenbcrger,
j Charlotte Hall and Zimmerman, Sev
{ tu School, the former gained a fall
!i ;<:i extra period. Zimmerman lost
| to Clarke Keene, of City College, on
j mother fall. The feature lout of
j he day, however, came last. When
j Wright, of Gilman, and Calderhead,
; if Severn, stepped on the mat to
j n'rostle, it was for the supremacy of
the 158-pound class for the year of
| 1323. Also, if Wright had won it
woul 1 have placed Gilman in a tie
j vi a City College for first place. It
THE EVENING CAPITAL, ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 1023
nas figured that Wright would win,
i past performances had anything to
t with the 'result At the end of
ie regular period Calderhead failed
t > get a decision by a margin of 30
t *conds, tut was afterward declared
Lie victor ly a scant margin of 36
j t *conds.
The following is a list of boys who
1 I ave earned their block “8” at wrest
-1 r.g this year: Stevens, 105 lb.;
Montgomery. Jls lb.; Stansbury, 143
la., and Captain Calderhead, 155 lb.’
weight.
Ship Subsidy Bill Bead
(Hv Tli* A,u<ialrd I'rewn.)
WASHINGTON', D. C., Feb. 27.—The
administration will abandon efforts to
obtain government aid for the Amer- j
iean Merchant Marine with the fail-'
t.re at this session of the shipping
1 I ill. it was indicated at tho White:
liOuse. It w.is said that no effort
would le made at the next session cf
Congress to have such a hill passed.
Harding Appoints Marylander
(Hy flip KSOf'.utfil l*re*..)
WASHINGTON, I). C., Feb. 27.
Charles 11. Berrill, of Maryland, was
nominated ly President Harding to
day to lea meatier of the United
States Employees Compensation Com
j mission.
Has a Piercing and Sucking Month
Tho bed bug pierces the skin, in
| jects a vile liquid and sucks the hu
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j Gilbert, Ph. G.—(Adv.)
Joe hollered “Look out thar Lizett®
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' maw’s set.”—Siren.
SOU LEAGUE f
GETSGOOD STMT
Postoffice Team Downs Duckpin
Rollers Of Company “M” In
Initial Game Of Series
The reries of duckpin games in the
newly formed Bowling League of An
uapolis, got away to an auspicious
\ start last night. Teams representing
Company “M.’’ the local organization
j of Maryland Guardsmen, and Postofflce
employees were the contenders and
the mail men emerged as victors by
the big margin of 103 pins. The team i
totals were: Postoffice, 1,305; Com
pany “M.” 1.202,
Clemen*. Makes High Score
Interest which lids fair to assume
great proportions as the contests
progress, manifested itself in the ini
tial encounter, Clemens, of the post
< tfiee team was in good form, and
his combined score for the 3 games
v. as 320, and this was the high indi
vidual figure for the match. Lewis,
of Company "M” was second with 273.
But the team totals were far from
leing anything to loast of. High
scoring, however, was not to te ex
pected. as the majority of the par
ticipants never rolled regularly, and
some, scarcely at all. And it takes
a little practice, even among veter
.ms, to get lack into the knack o!
rolling. There is no doubt, however
!ut that keen competition will de
velop and that the series will le
marked hy some good scores. .
Strange A White vs. Elks
Tonight, the team of Strange and
White will oppo-e the Elks. Tomor
row night the American Legion will
meet St. Margaiet's. and Friday night
Company M will roll against the Elks.
As hitherto stated in The Capital,
no games will le rolled on Saturdays
or Sunday. Tho scores of last night’s
match follow:
Summary:
TEAM
Company “M.” Total
Murphy S 4 61 73 2lB
Achenback. .55 85 73 213
Lewis 36 81 36 273
Meyett 69 86 84 233
Anderson. .. 92 76 91 259
Totals.. ,37G 383 417 1202
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Postoffice. Total |
Miller 76 89 S 5 240 ,
Hin fon S 6 91 81 258
Russell S 3 84 80 167
Moss (sub.). 80 BO
Clemens. . .. S 9 114 117 320
Stevens 79 S 3 78 240
Totals . .413 461 441 1305
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CONVENTION GETS SHUT
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(Hr The Associated Press.)
RICHMOND, VA„ Feb. 27.—The
eighth bi-eunial convention of the
laymen Presbyterian missionary
movement was opened here today
with addresses by Del Motte Martin,
Congo Free State, and Philip T.!
Shanks. Selma, Ala. At the same
time the third bi-ennial meeUrtg cf
he Woman’s Auxiliary of the P”ts- j
byterian Church, South, got under I
way.
Delegates from all sections of the
South and speakers from all parts of
the g’o! e as well as those from the
far corners of the earth are here for
the two conventions, which will con
tinue into tomorrow.
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LIMIT JEM! STUDENTS
(By The AHWitifd I’ron.l
SYRACUSE. N. Y . Fob. 27. Syra
cuse University had a new sensation
today, says the Syracuse Herald,
when it became known that the Se
nior council had appointed a com
mittee of three to meet with officials
of the institution and urge the es
tablishment of a limitation on Jewish
students.
The council met last night, says
the Herald, and although no official
announcement was made of its action
the council today admitted the ap
pointment of the committee of three.
The council, generally regarded as
the governing tody of the University,
is composed of 17 meml ers all in
their senior year. The discussion in
volved the growing numler of Jewish
students at the University and declar
ed that while Jewish students hud
contributed to football, basel all and
crew success in some measure, the
percentage was small.
The Herald says that there are re-
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