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TO DEFEAT MARYLAND University Players Put Up Clever Game And Held Score Down To 4 To 2 PLAY IN HAIL AND RAIN The N'avy lacrosse team was forced to fight hard to win from the Uni versity of Maryland twelve on Wor den Field Saturday afternoon by a score of 4 to 2. The game' was play ed In a driving hail ami rain storm, and although there were numerous spills, I ecauso of the slippery coudi . lion of the greensward, no one was hurt. It was a ftst and well played game throughout. The .Middies had held the College Parkers in high respect, nnd the visitors showed that under Coach Truitt, they have leen well drilled in the liner points of the game. George Flnillayson's Navy pupils were generally faster, however, and letter )h>sicul condition also proved a tel ling factor towards the close of tin battle. The Marylanders held the sailor lads at bay until within the last two minutes of the first half, when the Middies, after several unsuccessful attempts during the early stages of play, massed an attack close to the opposing net, from which Cullen shot a fast goal from a lively scrimmage. That was the only score of the llrst period. Three minutes of the second half had not expired I efore the visi-j to:s, leading a fust assault knotted, the score at one-all. Rowe made the count. This turn of affairs only serv ed to spur the Middies to redoubled c.Torts, and they again took the lead when Hcrlchy scored. Albertson got a goal soon afterwards. There was n thing doing for either team for the next several minutes. Finally, Mary land got within striking distance, and Heldelbach, the diminutive third at tack. shot the hall Into the net from a diflh ult angle. This made the score. Navy. 3 ; Maryland. 2. By tills I me, the fast pace seemed to !e tel -1 ng on the visitors, hut the Middies again worked themselves into posi tion for Miller to shoot flie fourth a final goal "for his team, live minutes before final time. lioth teams exhibited some line passing throughout. Lineup and summary: NAVY Positions MARYLAND HodgkUs Goal Sleasnn O'Uegnn Point Berger llevens Cover Point Marty Conroy First Defense. . .McQunde Hamilton. .Second Defense.. , .Hough SouCek.... .Third Defense., . .Brewer Taylor Centre Heime Albertsi n— First Attack Marden Coleman Second Attack l,towe Hertchy Third Attack . Heldelbach Cullen in Home Branner Hilling .nut Home Miller Substitutions: Navy Laidlow for Hertchy, Heakley for Laidlow. Bertihy for Weakley. Brown for Taylor, Laid low for Cullen; Maryland—Lewis for Miller, Downing for Howe. Goals: Navy Cullen, Hertchy, Albertson. Miller; Maryland Rowe, Heldelbach Referee: Niles Baltimore. Go.il umpires Lyons for Navy, Nichols for Maryland. Time of halves 30. min utes. Holy Name Wins By * Score Of 11 To 5 The Holy Name 1 aselall club won ; rather easy game from the nine o r “Hell Point" at St. John's College Sunday. Although a drizzling rain continued throughout the game, the Holy Name pitcher, Kimball, received excellent rapport from his teammates. The chief strength of the Pointers’ team lay in May hew and Parkinson. The score was 11 to 5. An English song writer has laid down his fountain men and has 1 e come a window washer. We should hesitate to trust many American jazz, •** writers with our front windows.— Kansas City Star, r rr-— — ' . , -j_ _ FOR SALE BY ANNAPOLIS TIKE REPAIR CO. ! 100 Wnri Sired. " " BALTIMORE MAN ENDS LIFE ON JOYCE’S FARM i (Cootlnu.-d Frun Ftft L) ties and following a verdict of the coroner's jury, the tody was turned I over to funeral directors James S ! Taylor arid Hons, to Le prepared for | burial. It is now at the establish-} ment of that firm, awaiting word! from the man's'mother, who is said ‘o live ,in New York state. >lr. Joyce stumbled over the tody I after he had crossed a field to go Inti the wood* in search of arbutus. The *rot is a desolate one. Badly de composed, the body was beyond rec ignition as far as facial features are concerned, but identification was es tat lished by a nqje, addressed to r friend. Charles Folger Oudin, of Bal tlmore. signed "Archie,” and another •nvelope l earing his own name. "I have found the eternal question diort and sharp and very sweet to me." The note was dated March 3. Mr. Young had leen missing since March 1. “He had suffered a great deal, poor fellow!” said Mr. Oudin. "His wife, up in Schenectady, his old home, ditchod him. He came down here . nil fell in love with a girl. She mar ried another man, a composer, one of the foremost in the country, and ' ihat hurt him very deeply. ’ “Got Best of lliin“ “Life didn't seem very pleasant to him those last few months. “Every now and then we'd get to discussing it. ’Why is anything?’— that was our eternal question. It was a sort of joke with us, but sometimes Young took it a little more serious • ly than usual. It entered into' all our conversations. ‘Why is anything? And I suppose that it finally got the i oRt of him. “He suffered a great deal, and I suppose the longer he contemplated things and struggled to find the ‘why’ of them the less reason he found to go on struggling "But I didn't believe he'd do any thing like this." Employed By Electric Co. Mr. Oudiu and Mr. Young were I oth employed 1 y the General Elec tric Cryupany. They made each oth er's acquaintance two years ago in Schenectady. Oudin used his In fluence to have his friend transferred to the Baltimore branch of'the com pany, ami 'for six months before Young’s disappearance they roomed together at the Park avenue address. After Young went away, early last month, Oudin moved to his present residence in the Mount Royal Apart ments. Police Have Boon Searching .Oudin roported the disappearance to the .police, who had leen working i:t vain to find Young's whereabouts. A Prophet’s Warning An article of unusual interest heads The Sunday World Magazine for April "2. This is a forecast for 1923 bv Prof. Raymond, the new “Prophet of Paris.” The Professor's strange powers have already been demon strated; he foretold the Great War, the intervention of the United States and the final defeat of Germany; lie also prophesied the occupation of the Ruhr 1-y France, llis yropheeies for his year are startling in the extreme. -(Adv.) Inherited A schoolmaster wrote the follow ing criticism on the edge of a boy's report card: "A good worker, but talks too much.” When the father signed the report md sent it back the card bore In ad dition to his signature this report: "You should hear the mother.”—Ar kansas Thomas Cat. TONSI LITIS Apply thickly over throat — • cover with not flannel— xf VAPORS • Chtt 17 Million Jan Used Yearly I i Announcement! \ -:' , _ I DR. A. J. GOODMAN Successor to DR. J. M. JONES Will have his CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES Open Every Week Day Hours: 10 A. M. to I 2 Noon, 2 to 5, 7 IaBP. M. i I ’- ' ies: HAYS BUILDING, < .ice, (SO. l.*> School Street. Residence. 991-J. Annapolis, Md. HOUSE CALLS It T HEN NECESSARY ' : * tw evenwg caw pat, twnapolts, Maryland. Monday, april i*. 192.3. piGOaOMMTAKES I CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES Dr. A. J. Goodman, formerjy of Al ! -r.town. Pa., today took over the offices of Dr. J. M. Jones in the. Hays j building. School street. CN Hr. jSM % Dr. Jones opened his cilices in this city the latter part of January, com muting from Baltimore three after noons each week. In this short time he succeeded in establishing an excel lent practice, and only because he feels that Annapolis demands a chiroprac tor service every day in the week is he turning his office over to Dr. Goodman. Furthermore, Dr. Jones' practice in Baltimore has grown tc stfeh an extent that he can scarcely be absent the three afternoons he visits here. Dr. Goodman graduated from the Palmer School of Chiropractic with the class of June, 1922. In addition to his degree as Doctor of Chiroprac tic he received the honorary degree of Philosopher of Chiropractic for his high standing in his class. Dr. Goodman comes to Annapolis highly recommended by both business and professional men of his home town. Dr. Goodman will Continue to extend ihe same courteous and sat isfactory attention to his patients as Dr. Jones himself would. Dr. Goodman will be in his office every day, except Sunday, from 10-12 a. m.; 2 to 5, and 7 to 8 p. in. All-Stars On Top Again In a loosely played game Saturday the Annapolis All-Stars again de feated the nine of Company “M" Juniors. 6 to 5. The winning battery i was Ford and W. Bloom; losing, B Katcef and M. Bloom. 1? Optical I ■j ocic/ice ■7“ | LENS^aIiX^ A scientific and accurate serv ice from examination to grind ing of lenses. Bring your pre- • scriptions here to be accurately filled; only the best material used, at a moderate cost. "Read onr optical science * articles” Henry H. Sadler OPTOMETRIST a OPTICIAN * KB Main St. Annapolis, M<L ST. J. ALUMNI j PAVES WAY .FOR REORGANIZATION i (CoNCnoed From Par* 1.1 < “A great many things must yet be ' dc-ne." said Mr. Claggett. "and we are ' working on them steadily. One o; the most important, of course, is the selection of a president. A commßtee of seven members of the board of vis- j itors anfi governors is working on the choice of a president now. An other committee, composed of three members of the alumni association and three members of the board, is working on a plan of complete rear- j gamzation for the college. “This reorganization plan may re-1 quire legislative enactment. Thej alumni already have submitted to the; board a plan which includes reduc- j tion of the board membership from 24 to 13, revision of the curriculum and j enlargement of the powers of the! president, so as to give him a free I hand in the selection of members ot j the faculty. Other changes have been! proposed which cannot yet be made j public. Consideration of.those things! takes time and we do not want to move prematurely. But we are going I to make St. John’s College a first class college or we are going to gt. out of business. And we are not go- . ing to go out of business.” The reorganization plans propose —l*l— : Theatre CHANGE OF PICTURES DAILY TODAY 4-Good Pictures-4 “ EPISODE No. 6 ‘The Social Buccaneer’ lit I vernal New* Reel, Cnl vernal Comedy, and llarry Fury in a Western. TOMOHROW PEARL WHITE “PLUNDER” THURSDAY “The Third Alarm” Round No. 3 “leather Pusher* and Century Comedy. SATURDAY “The Invisible Power” - * 17 PLAYHOUSE -- NOW PLAYIN' Monday -Tuesday, April 16-1 \/Si, ta LAST! ISfSfil THE MOTION PICTURE MATINEE OTIIEH ATTRACTIONS """"' _ HOT. DATS Clyde Cook Coined) Fox Pietorla 1 News USUAL PRICES: AT 2 ‘ 4 * KOEKELBECK*S NIOHTS—AT 7 and 9. SYNCOPATED ORCHESTRA. IC-25-30 — l^ ——— —- to modernize thoroughly the entire college ami enlarge It. tut to keep it a small college with a limit of 250 students. Dr. Thomas Fell, president of the college for 37 years, will retire in June at the age of 72. He will le elected president emeritus. Half-Rais lag Yarn A high school he-flapper fell asleep in the barber'* chair the other day and the functionary committed one of the crimes of the ages by clipping a much-loved and befondled pompadour clear down to the boue. The negro porter who salvaged the pile of mat tress stuffiing after the howls of an guish had died away and a tee-totally disgraced young man had departed for home, boiled ’or down and re covered two quarts and a half of axle grease.—(From the Eldorado. Kan., Times.) r" 1 ' C, W. Tucker & Son ROOFERS Spouting, Short Mrtnl •ml Slntr Work Stove anil Furnare Kepnlriug. PIIONE 52-J. ,k —-- CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP! > To make a good job of it, use Masury’s Paints (Pure Linseed Oil) —AND I Mco'e’sMuresco (Cold Wuter Paint) For Sale by 'Tiirs Henry B. Myers Co. 19 WEST STREET Phone 10$. 1- sagas — 1 | SAMUEL W BROOKS & CO. CUAS. KELSON BKOOKB PAINTING DECORATING PAPER HANGING —it— Batimntr. Cheerfully FurnleLe*. ‘'•lor nrhrine* fur furnltnre painting. CpliuiHtei mg and t.old Line Work. I*l4 lEAN ST. PHONE 544-W — TAXI SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT TELEPHONE 9(59 EUGENE WELLBORN 80 FRANKLIN STREET i hIH On College Diamonds At West Point Amherst, 5; Army, 4. At Providence Holy Cross. 9; Providence College, 1. At Columbia —Trinity, 20; South : Carolina. 2. At Athena —Michigan. (!; Georgia, 5 | (eleven innings). j. At Atlanta—Auburn, 7; Georgia 1 Tech. 3. REPUBLIC THE AT 1 TODAY AND TOMORROW ] “Kindred the Dr.■ A drama of man's undying faith in the woman h< !o\, , the great Nor'west, fired every moment with tin of the famous story. MIRIAM COOPER As Nan of Sawdust Pife; with Ralph Graves '.i 0" : ' -n magnificent cast. i ADDED ATTRACTIONS Larry Semon in a very funny comc-.'y: ' “THE AGENT ” I This will keep you laughing from beginning to m ’ ALSO KINOGKA.M NEDS. Coming! Wednesday and Thumb.y CHARLES | CHAPLIN in his very latest feature Attend Special g H I a ll f a I.ofl Matinees A L, A ” | a l to Avoid I and fl PILGRIM” L-l I I The laugh of a lifetime- for everybody. \ m just a comedy, but a classic. Four I ieels you’ll revel in. At South Kalamaroo. 4 A' man, At Chariest, del. 0 (ten inning:, i ~ - • • SHh “lie should l ■ l ©cause he's t • j met." “Well, th.u fall, for he's that people think ' |H row money." i ,;i ,