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BOYS’ CLUB MOVE
Three Sons Also Become Members — $36,272 Is Raised to Date. Representative Gassaway, Democrat, Of Oklahoma, is leading the House in membership subscriptions to the Metropolitan Police Boys’ Club, offi cials announced today. Gassaway yesterday took out mem berships for himself and his three sons, Percy Lee. jr.; Ben and Jim.. The Oklahoma Representative, who paroled 109 boys during his service as a juvenile court judge in his State, ‘ praised the work of Police Supt. Er nest W. Brown in inaugurating the Clubs. Justifies Efforts. "This movement is a beautiful ideal translated into action,” he said. ‘ Some one has to help these little folks and the boys’ club is just the thing to attract and hold them. It justifies , any amount of work and money it takes, for it instills into the growing lad a respect for the government of our country." With the end of the $135,000 cam paign near officials of the organiza tion said they soon will be able to announce the exact location of the site where a club will be built for colored boys. This announcement probably will be made next week. $36,272 Brought In. The second precinct, under Capt. J E. Bobo’s leadership, today was still in the lead in the house-to-house can vass for associate $1 memberships. He reported yesterday his men had ob tained 440 new memberships, bringing No. 2's total to $1,445. The grand total * in the campaign so far is $36,272. Here are the latest reports irom the 12 precincts and other Police Depart ment divisions: No. 1, $518; No. 2, $1,445; No. 3. $334; No. 4, $200; No. 5, $297; No. 6, $562; No. 7, $308; No. 8. $201; No. 9, $65; No. 10, $436; No. 11. $123; No. 12, $199; Women's Bu reau. $34; harbor precinct, $8, and Traffic Division, $100. » _ _ Digs Up Whisky Keg. Sheriff James Davis of Osborney County, Kans., dug up a nearly-full 10-gallon keg of whisky, believed to have been buried before the eighteenth . amendment was passed. BOYS’ CLUB ATHLETES WIN PLACE IN CONTEST s Washington Scores 9,756 Points In National Competition and t Banks 22nd. 1 Members of the Boys’ Club of ‘ Washington were recognized at the thirtieth annual convention of the Boys’ Clubs ol America. Inc., in Phila delphia yesterday when awards were presented to the clubs and individual athletes who made the best records in the national indoor athletic com petition during March and April. The Washington club scored 9,756.2 points, placing 22nd in the competi tion which was scored by a national committee. The local unit competed in the class A contests. Harry Mizzel was the only Wash ington youth to win individual honors. He won fifth place in the 110-pound class, scoring a total of 3,309.7 points. The awards were presented by Wil liam Ziegler, jr„ secretary of the na tional organization. The Irene Kaufmann Settlement of PiWshlirah u.’nn firct a no in place A Yale Dinner Tonight. The annual dinner of the Washing ton Alumni of Yale University will be held at 7 o'clock tonight at the Uni versity Club. Representative Hollister of Ohio, class of ’ll, will be toast master, and guests of honor will in clude Rear Admiral William H. Stand ley. Acting Secretary of the Navy; Sir Willmott Lewis, Washington corre spondent of the London Times: Sen ator Minton of Indiana and Repre sentative Wadsworth of New York. Mustache Physical Defect. OKLAHOMA CITY (#*).—A job seeker filled out an application! blank and sent it to City Manager j Orval Mosier. In the space reserved for “physical defects” he wrote: “Mustache." MANY FREAK LAMPS tatistics Show There Are 3,000 Different Shapes. The Incandescent lamp class con* a Ins many odd lamps that are actual* y put tc* a legitimate use. Hall a entury ago, when Incandescent lamps • were In their Infancy, the variety of shapes and sices were extremely few. There are now ‘more than 3,000 dif ferent kinds of lamps. Some, made by special order, are called freaks. There was the tiny lamp, so small It could burn all day long tor a year at a cost of only 10 cents. These tiny lights are used In doctors' tnstru ments for exploring our interiors, such as the sinus regions of the head. Then there is the other extremity, the lamp bigger than a man's head, the 10,000 watt lamp. The diameter of this bulb Is 12 inches and 128 times larger than the tiny lamp mentioned above. The cost of operating this lamp continu ously for a year would be (5,232. TRAFFIC IS SURPRISED Armadillo, Crossing Charlotte, N. C., Street, Calls Out Firemen. CHARLOTTE, N. C. OP).—Noncha lantly it crossed a busy street inter section, until its strange appearance paused a commotion and the Are de partment was called. 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