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'ACADEMY EVILS
UNDER DANIELS
Secretary's Prussian Methods
of Discipline Fail
to Check Hazing.
MUDI) READY TO ACT
Annapolis Morale It Is Believed
Will Be Shown
at Low Ebb.
SECOND MIDDIE IS OUT j
Upper Class Men Object to Severe
Punishment for Harmless
Pranks.
Bpcclal Despatch to Tub Nbw Yobk Hbbald.
New York Herald Bureau, |
WHsliiniilon, 1>. Nov. 17. I
Investigation into the hazing scandal
at the Annapolis Naval Academy,
which will be asked by Representative
Mudd of Maryland is expected to go
into the history of the Academy since
Josephus Daniels has been Secretary i
of the Navy. !
The criticism of the discipline is
that the attitude of the commandant. I
representing thA viewpoint of the Sec- i
retary of the Navy, has been t*at boys ]
should respond to discipline like full J J
grown men, and that the method of
enforcing such discipline is that which ;
ordinarily would find great success in |
a first year school.
Almost every member of the House I
and Senate has been approached at j
some time with appeals for influence
in mitigating discipline. Some of it,
members of Congress say, was justified
while other cases they characterized
as being worthy of the Prussian
Guard.
< liarir?> Phvitlrnl Torment.
The hazing criticised, it Is understood.
Includes all cases ranging from a mischievous
desire to embarrass lower classmen,
to some cases Where physical tor- 1
mont has been inflicted. :
Secretary Daniels Is regarded as
merciless in his demand for strict'discipline
and is reported to take no cognizance
of the fact that a certain leeway
usually is allowed In other schools
for the pranks of boys who are old
enough to resent being treated like chil- f
dron and young enough to act at times
with boyish abandon.
All minor offences are treated as hazing.
according to reports current here,
and the morale of the school is at a low
ebb.
On account of the many appeals mem- !
hers of Congress have had from boys
pt other times, it is expected that Hep- '
resentative Mudd will have little difficulty
in arranging his Investigation and
that a thorough inquiry will result.
In face of this Secretary Daniels re- 1
mains firm in his position and is up- 3
holding Rear Admiral Scales in enforc- I
lng what la described as "discipline." <
\ mil h,T llnzpr lllwni Insert.
It was decided by the Navy Department
to-night to dismiss a second midshipman
from the Naval Academy for
hazing. This was announced by Secretary
Daniels after a conference between
the Secretary and Rear Admiral Scales.
As in the case of the man already dismissed,
Mr. Daniels said, Admiral Scales
had recommended action after two acts
of hazing had been estrhllshed.
Mr. Daniels je-day reiterated his determination
to have all the \ipper class ;
men expelled, if necessary, saying he as
soon would expel a thousand as one, if
his idea of the discipline of the instltu- !
tion demanded it.
At the academy itself the students
nre in dally conflict with their superior
officers and latterly have indulged in the
"silenco treatment" for superior officers
as a means of showing their feeling.
This treatment is accorded in the dining
hall, where instead of the buzz of
conversation and clatter of knives and 1
forks that usually follow when the stu- >
dents take their places at table, the
most intense silence follows the nppearsnce
of the officer who has offended the
midshipmen.
In spite of efforts to obtain the enforcement
of the rigid discipline that I
is desired, every move appears to result
in a more determined spirit of re- t
volt on the part of the upper class men. '
SENATE'S CHAMPAGNE i
COOLER SELLS FOR $1 \
Other Fixtures of Former
Bodies Are Auctioned.
Washington*. Nov. 17.?The Senate
went into the salvage business yesterday
by the sale at auction of accumulated
fixtures and furniture of the Senate
dating back to the days of the Sixtyfirst
Congress.
A lemonade bowl from which tired
Senators quenched their thirst in the
cloak room went for $3; a champagne
cooler, its Senatorial function not specified,
brought $1 ; a sofa ana five big
leather chairs were knocked down for
$140: two of these chairs formerly
adorned the marble room. Kour old
oak sideboards realized from ffi to
$18.60. An icebox, formerly a regular
attendant at finance committee deliberations.
went for a song.
An electric runabout, once the property
of the late Senator Elklns of West
Virginia and which had stood for years
In the Senate garage, brought $6.50.
Altogether the sergeanta-t-arms collected
$1,200.
'THE CRANK' PLEADS GUILTY.
Stayer of 4 nnghlln Unity Will lie
Sentenced Sntnrdny. 1
VrtBBTBTfttr v Pn Nnv 17 Anir,iat
rascal. alias Pasrjuale. "The Crank,"
self-confessed kidnapper and slayer of
Rlakely Coughtln. will be sentenced .on
Saturday by Judge A. S Swart2 of the | ,
Montgomery County Court. 11
Faecal was placed on trial to-day, and j
*h?n the caning of testimony was com- !
plated the "ourt adloiimed the case urt.ll i
the end of the week. Pascal pleaded j
puilty to seeopd degree murder and >
^lilty to a charge of kidnapping for
ptrrposee of axtortion.
The maximum penalty for second decree
murder Is twenty years, and life
imprisonment for kidnapping.
0\i: MAY TltOI.MQYA RRCBIVRD.
The first shipment of the elty's twentyeight
one man trolley cars purchased for
municipal operation over the lines of the
Staten Island Midland Railway wers delivered
yesterday In Staten Island.
THE NEV
Women's Ultra-Smart
WRAPS AND COATS
of Heathercord Bolivia, Luella, Duvet
and Duvet de Laine
in An Important Sale
At 38.00
Coats that are not only decidedly new in their
clever styling, but also as serviceable as they are
winsome. Their needlework is exceptionally well
done, and the fabrics are known for their marked
dependability. It is years since coats of such up*
standing oualitv were offered at anything near
this low price.
SModels for every occasion are included,
in graceful wrap and straightline effects.
Excellent range of colorings?each coat
beautifully silk lined.
Fourth Floor
A Special Purchase Makes Possible 'Thursday
Pl Sale of
GIRLS' CHINCHILLA
COATS
?in navy and gray
/J.J\ At 11.75
f Practical coats for school,
sturdily made to resist wear,
yet as pretty as any little girl
could wish.
Fashionable buttons are used
as trimming, and the snugly
buttoned collar and stoagger
belt add the desired smartness.
' Sizes 6 to 10 years.
WOMEN'S FINE
IMPORTED GLOVES
?only just received from Europe?each pair
a most remarkable value
At 1.59 | At 2.00
Women's White Glace Women's White Glace
Gloves with five Strap-wrist Gloves,
row black hand-em- hand sewn with 'black
broidered backs. Two thread. Fashion's most
clasps. approved street glove. .
CHIC WOOL
JERSEY BLOUSES
at the special price oj
5.00
Servceable, attractive blouses with long or short
' sleeves, of wool Jersey in plain or ribbed weave,
made into the modish tie-back model. Front,
neck and sleeves are prettily embroidered in
contrasting color wools.
Colors: Navy, brown, oriole, reindeer,
and terra cotta. Sizes 34 to 46. Third Floor
100 Genuine
IVORY NECKLACES
Special at 10.50
As a gift, what would be more appreciated by any
woman? Each necklace is made up'of perfectly
graduated genuine ivory beads, in 36 inch lengths
only. Main Floor
h
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V YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, N
flaks&<35
Broadway
SPECIALISTS I
*
49.50 39.50 49.50
Important Mid-Seaso
Fashionable J
?at a saving of 20 to 2
At 39.50
Reg. 59.50 ?
Serviceable suits for every day wear
? more elaborate models for dressy
occasions?swagger styles for sports
with collars of self material or fur.
Developed in
Duvet de Laine, Velour,
Yalama, Rayonier, Oxford
and Wool Jersey. .
J0 At
fReg. 75.00
Superb tailoring c
ultra-smart suits?
ty of styling, and r
they cannot help I
by women who w;
usual quality. Pro
favored fabrics of
elaborately trimn
fur. Handsomel
warmly interlined.
Fourth
KJJ rui IlLHiur 1?I I
2000^Bodices of
Special at
1.00, 1.50 and 2.0C
Some are of satin combined with lac<
or Ceorgette Crepe?satin trimmed wit!
ribbon, and many are hand embroideret
in pastel shades. In flesh color only
Two as pictured. Third Floo
* ww ? rr f
Women's tasl
at saving
}\ Ik every pa
v\. >3\ ^ st^cs arc
2JJ\ ^\V ,^-x veloped in the
\ Coltskin, Gui
Buck tops; or
Cuban, Military or Louis XV heels? Si
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OVEMBER 18, 1920.
oiitjimttj
at 34th Street
N APPAREL
I UJ H
?H39.50
n Sale of Women's
nr* n .
Winter duits
5% on each garment!
At 49.50
Reg. 69 JO
Costly imported models have sup'
plied the inspiration for these unusually
# attractive suits?and they
show it! Original in styling, so
carefully made, they deserve your
critical attention. Made of
Yalama, Velours, Duvet de
Laine, Silvertone and
Rayonier.
/w V
?.50 5^)
and 85 00 y
listinguishes these [h-^=Yik//
and in their beau- / J ,rX/
ichness of fabric, N 1
>ut be appreciated \\ \ \\
ant a suit of un- U \ ]\
duced in the most j
the season, many \ \
led with sealine - \
ly silk lined and I
Floor r^J^Sk^
59.50
erest Thursday?
Washable Satin
' yS I
i mm
lionable Shoes
;s of fully five dollars a pair
9.75
ir made for our regular stock
the very newest for present wear, dematerials
for immediate wear?Patent
n Metal, and Glazed Kid, with Grey
Tan Russia Calf and Black Suede.
zes 2Vi to 8. Second Floor
Strictly for Thur
A Sale of W
Hand-Embroii
JERSEY F
FORMERLY
At 19.
These frocks are made of
Jersey that simply must gii
The model is in a very srr
and front of waist beautiti
in silk. Colors:
Navy, Beaver, Brow
Blue. Sixes 34 to 44.
com
oAlsoBrushed
WO(
Special, 1
?>o wide and warm, ready t
them when you go skating
silky, they are a real pleasui
SHEM-EL
PERFl
?a truly wondrous odorAraby
to
Made in England an
in New York by S
Extract 114 oz. bottle .
Extract in cut glass 2 l/i c
Toilet Water 4 oz. bottl
Face Powder ...
Toilet Soap?cake 60c?
Brilliantine ....
Crystal Bath Salts?12 <
Crystal Bath Salts?32 c
n < * - 1- J -
rrices mciuac tax.
fhursday?c
Sale
SILK UME
at Very Lo
Make your selections ni
4r4 0^
' *? I /
REGULARLY 5.95
Women's Colored Silk
Umbrellas with tape
edges. Each has an 8ribbed
Paragon frame,
and the colors are?
blue, purple, green,
garnet and black.
Handles are of hard
woods, leather trimmed
or with bakelite
rings and caps.
AfO QST REGULAR!
^l7?OD 12.00 to 15
with satin borders, or wit
length handles of bakelit<
stub ends of bakelite.
oAll have outside
r
MEN'S SILK
Special I
REOULA!
High Grade Umbrella!
ribbed Paragon frame,
handles of light and da
i _ s. MBi
. 6
_
sday Only?
Women's I
)ered Wool
'ROCKS
' 29.50
75
perfectly woven wool
>e exceptional service. j
lart suit effect, vestee *
illy hand-embroidered
n, and Flemish
Fourth Floor
Women's
ORSTED 1
SWEATERS
Special, 5.50
aters for skating and
Df Winter sports?
mly knit of worsted in
y stitch, with tuxedo \
it and cuffs of worsted
>rushed wbol.
rs: Nut brown, navy,
k, buff, green and rich
ibination colorings.
)L SCARFS
5.95
o have you snuggle into
or walking?so soft and
re to don. Third Floor ;
NESSIM
JME
-bringing the scent of
you?
d sold exclusively
aks & Company ^
...... 1,82
>2. bottle . . 7.80
e ...... 2.08
. . .. . . .78
box of 3 . . . 1.75
........68
dz. bottle . ... . 1.56
)z. bottle . . . 2.97
Main Floor
i4 Special
of
IRELLAS
w Prices
tw for gift giving laterl
At 6.95
REGULARLY 8.50
Women's Fine Silk
Umbrellas with tape
edges, mounted on 8ribbed
Paragon frames,
with tips and fashionable
stub ends of col- i
ored bakelite.
Handles arc of various
hard woods prettily
trimmed with leather
or bakelite rings.
LY Women's Colored
.00 Silk Umbrellas
h wide tape edge. Full
: or leather ana tips ana
corert to match
UMBRELLAS
5.45
U.Y 8.50
j of pure silk over 8Crooked
and straight
rk hard woods.
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