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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, PHOENIX, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 13, 1921'.
PAGE NINE THE ARIZONA JPUdLICAN Tr& 11 SPOKES . Dastet i i : I yi i g oi f LEGION WEEKLY UNTIL Ml EVE FIGHT CARD GODDMT FLIVVERS OUT BY ED HARRINGTON . t.;! , ,the maln event and last' Ih8 leBion fignt canJ Wfls tw laps ? Lwf any of tho Previous shows. - j vv ebb Mclntyre came to town with a nice record book and an ambition to beat Battling Scotty outside of that he was entitled to the gate. j -As a fighter Mclntyre proved to be a good -wrestler and almost won the first fall with a crotch hold in round one. He showed no class as a boxer and as a slugger he never wlil gain pugilistic fame. . In round -one Scotty forced MTc- Intyre into a clinch and Webb brought a few kidney punches from the border lights that sounded dam aging. Then he weakened and tried to score a flying: fall, in the third round Scotty dropped Mclntyre with a right to the jaw and Webb took the count of two. He could take the works and pleased the fans, but man aged to get to his feet and Referee Hegele stopped the bout. If Mclntyre went in to earn a few dimes he cheat ed the promoters by two and one-half rounds. - The, boxing1 commission announced ' last night that hereafter no man will be matched in a main event until he can show some ability, unless he is active in fight circles and can show credentials. The promoter cannot be wholly blamed for the main event, as Mclntyre certainly had an assortment cf clippings that looked good. -Kid Lovett Makes Debut They pulled a new one on the fans last night in the person of Kid Lovett, who sails under the name of Eddie Acuna. Eddie makes his home in Phoenix and Daddy Dovett hag no ob jection to Eddie using the family name if he can keep it above the canvas in his ring bouts. Lovett was scheduled to meet Ben Turpin in four rounds, but Eddie met Ben in the first second and pro ceeded to give Turpin an artistic trimming until Referee Hegele stopped the proceedings at the open ing of the third round. . Ben looked like a comer In his pre vious fight; but last night he was a poor second to Eddie. Ben didn't bore In straight, but took a chance on w making hay with wild hard .swings. "Lovett kept out of reach of the hay makers and played a pretty left to the face that kept Turpin backing around the ring.- Lovett took the first round by a close margin, but the second he was all to the good. He dropped Turpin with a right to the jaw and when Ben came to his feet the referee had tolled nine. Ben fought fast and in a hurry, just man aging to keep in the clear until a right cross to the jaw followed by a left hook to the chin sprawled little Ben on- the floor. The gong sounded at the count of four and Ben was carried to his comer. Ha came out in the third game- and willing, but th9 referee gave Lovett the fight to UniteH StatirWilT Hold Two Ships If Janan Keeps Mtatsu Republican A P. Leased Wire WASHINGTON Dec. 11 Naval of ficials believe adjustment of the ques tion of the Japanese battleship Mut eu will follow quickly the acceptance by Japan of the 6-5-3 naval ratio proposal. As that ecceptance is held to be foreshadowed both here and In Tokio. Dispatches indicate they re considering modifying details of the American proposal should Japan eresent formally a desire to retain that ship. In the opinion of some naval ex perts adoption of the 5-5-3 ratio will clear the road to adjustments on the Safe Milk For Infanta & Invalids MO COOKING The "Food -Drink" for All Ages. Quick Lunch BtHome,OfEce,an4 Fountains. Ak for HORUOCS. JST Avoid Imitations & Substitute 11 jzm& rnst j Pajamas and Night Shirts for Gifts HIS GIFT HERE SHIRTS FOR HIS CHRISTMAS Men buy "their own" here and know: that the style and quality are "right." Shirts of all kinds at all prices are in , our shirt department. The biggest showing of the famous E. & W. line of shirts in the West. $2.50 and more Silk Shirts $6.00 to $10.00 -'4 Yic Hanny Co. The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes CROSSETT SHOES $8 AND UP save Turpin from needless punishment. It was Lvett's second fieht. but he stood in the ring like a veteran. Cool and deliberate he measured Turpin tor nis plows and trimmed him with ease. Lovett lost a three-round bout to Tiny Refeld in Prescott and now he wants another crack at Tiny. He says he injured his hand before the fight and was handicapped. If Eddie fights Tiny like he fought Ben it wiU make a nice scrap. - " Rivers Beats Campbell Campbell's rough tactics and Riv ers' aggressiveness gave Young Riv ers the decision in the semi-final. Barring the penalties for roughness Rivers' was entitled to the verdict. Dick took the first; round with an as sortment of left) and many hard rights to Rivers' stomach. Rivers was on top of his man all the time, but Lick played him off with straight lefts. Rivers fought hard In the second and dropped Campbell with a straight right. Dick was up without taking a count, but Rivers kept rapping him on the jaw and took the round. In the third session Dick got rough and used a chancery hold. Referee Hagelee warned Dick against the hold and his roughness, but Dick was excited and forgot to cool down. It looked black for Rivers In the early seconds, but the Mexican came out with a world of stuff and almost floored Dick when the gong sounded. Rivers took the round. . The fourth round was marred by clinching. Rivers is a willing fighter and bored in. Dick kept forcing him to the ropes and the referee over stepped his bounds by separating the fighters when they rolled on the hemp. But Hegelee had his instruc tions to keep the boys moving and there was little chance for action on the ropes. If the referee permitted the fighters to pass away the time on the ropes there would be no fight and he gave the fans action. It was a very good bout and satisfied the fans. There was some dissatisfaction over the decision, but it looked all rignt. ICEMAN STOPS BROWN The show opened with a bang when Cactus Brown- slammed Bunch Pina on the jaw. Pina looked bad, but pulled himself together and before the round ended he had Brown all but out. Pina shot a terrific right to Brown's midsection and Cactus bit the dust. Brown took the count of eight and came up fighting. He had Pina hanging on at the ball. A right hook to Brown's jaw floored him for the count of two be fore the gong had died down for the opening of tne second round. Again Brown came up fighting and he had Pina hanging on for the second time. Pina was , taking a beating and Brown was getting his blows in solid Republican A. P. Leased Wire NEW TORK, Den 12. Today's business of the stock exchange was overshadowed by the buoyancy of Mutsu. It would be possible then it was said to scale upward in the list .of ships to be retained in the basis of the ratio, merely making the imme diate cut in naval forces less dras tic than the American proposal con templated. . In the event that Japan does de sire to retain the Mutsu it was point ed out the United States could re tain the Colorado and Washington. . The most troublesome featre of such an agreement, it was said would be to provide for a proportionate British increase in retained fleet strength as nc capital ships actually are under construction for Great Britain Retention of the Mutsu without the sacrifice of any ship now on the lists of retained ships would bring the Japanese capital ship tonnage up to around 330,000 aggregate, while re tention of the Colorado and Wash ington would raise the American ag gregate from around 600,000 to .more than 660,000. Wih the White Sox playing ball as dished out to th fans Sunday aft ernoon the Lincoln Giants will have some argument on their hands Christ mas. The holiday games will give the fans a real baseball treat and will do much to advertise Phoenix as a winter resort With the leading col ored team o New Tork playing in Phoenix on Christmas day. the East ern fans who shiver from the winter blasts can envy Arizona's clime. Reports of the game will be wired back east as the fans are following the Giants on their tour. And while Phoenix i making a bid for a major league training site, this game will add t) the many arguments already advanced. If the Phoenix teams can put up a good game and hold the Gianta close, local fans will grow stronger for the game and it will serve to open the eyes of the easterners who won der about the wild and woolly west. With a scor o classy ball tossers in the vallev the managers should get together and oresent the strong est possible lineup, if a good player is associatea w 'n some other team it might be wel: to get him on the Phoenix lineu Christmas. If its just a case of gate receipts for the indi vidual playets then any old lineup will get by. The holiday games will draw fans who have not attended games in a long time and players should get together to see that the game is in teresting enough to bring them back. Last summer the good players were scattered in i.alf a dozen teams with the Tigars holding a monopoly on nine good men if the half dozen until the iceman unloaded a ton blow to the stomach and Brown took the count. JOHNS AND LEONARD DRAW Young Leonard made his first ap pearance in a roped arena last night and won a draw with Wildcat Johns. Both fighter were so awkward they could hardly keep their bearings, but they fought. Leonard appeared lost In a pair of gloves in the first round, but he learned fast and when the fourth round opened he knew more about fighting than his opponent. Johns painted Leonard's body a beautiful red with wild swings. Leonard took everything that was offered and never backed a step. In the second round Leonard knew how to hit and in the third he was up on hitting in the clinches. But the fourth brought out a new fighter, tired, but full of fight. He chopped Johns with his right and followed with backhand swings that staggered Johns. He earned a draw decision. OLEA WINS AGAIN Battling Sam was the last to go down in the battle royal and Rough house Olea was declared the victor. Three dark-skinned boys, including foreign exchange. Strength of In ternational credits was primarily as sociated with events at the arms con ference. Sterling rose almost ten cents to $4.23, its maximum In, more than two years. Advances of 33 to 50 points were registered by other allied remittances and neutrals, notably Dutch and Spanish, were almost SO points higher. German marks were carried for ward despite announcement of fur ther disastrous bank failures in some former financial strongholds of that country. Marks at .0062 were almost 100 per cent above October's low rec ord. Latin-American exchanges also wera. materially better, notably bills on Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay. Stocks were hesitant at the outset, mixed or irregular at mid-day, and steady to firm towards the close, when pressure against rails and most of tho representative industrials and specialties relaxed. Sales. 675,000 shares. Money tendencies were firmer, al though call loans held at 6 per cent until just before the close, 5 per cent then being demanded. A 5 per cent rate was maintained for 30 ana 60-day bills, as against last week's fractional concessions. Bond trading was less active and again irregular as a result of further realizing sales. Liberty and most other domestic issues were disposed to ease. The foreign groun was fea tured by the strength of Japanese io and fi! 2 r25'l teams united the Tigers would have had oppositiou and the Tigers would better appreciate their efforts. Un der the old conditions one team had easy sailing until the latter part of the season, when the Sox lineup was strengthened by the return of local players who worked in the minors. The While Sox have a strong line up, but it can be strengthened in sev eral spots for the holiday game to give the fans a real exhibition of the national pastime. Davenport is a good hurler an) should be held for this game, and if possible one other good : pitcher signed for Christmas week. A good hitting outfielder would help considerable, if only In the pinches Ly inn is a good catcher but he is more valuable to the team as an infielder or general utility man. With Grover Land wintejing down here he might be approached for a couple of games. Land is an old baseball head ana would go a long ways toward balancing the team. He has probably watched the Giants play in the East and might be able to coach the home boys on the weak points of theii opponents. There are a couple of good players on the Tiger staff who should not be neglected in these games. If the Sox do not use Teddy, Butler and- Scotty, the Giants should make an effort to sign them as they can use several good play era U'he umpire staff must not be over looked, as bad decisions drive more fans from the bell park than bad playing. Less thai two weeks re ma' n to get the teams In shape and the local managers should grasp the opportunity to put the game in solid with the fans. Sam, and Terrible Busso. expected to trim Olea, but they made the mistake of killii.g each other off first and after Olea knocked Busso through the ropes with a wicked right, noth ing remained but Battling Sam. Sam tried to pivot on the ropes, but couldn't hold his feet and he slugged with Olea. He brought the claret from Olea's nose and held his own for a few seconds, but his feet couldn't stand to see his body abused and when he clipped to the mat he crawled to the gate. The show was good and worth the price of admission regardless of the main event. . If the promoters can just get the last number down as well as the preliminaries there will be no complaint The house was comfortable and the ring well arranged, and the old Coil seum was well filled when the show started. It is hard luck to have the main event flivver out when every thing runs smoothly. o Trains on Great Western railway go as high as 78.5 miles an hour at certain points on the line. fours. City cf Tokio fives, and "United Kingdoms of 1929. Total sales, par value, 18,75O,00O. CHICAGO BOARD CHICAGO, Dec. 12. Unexpected' heavy deliveries en December con tracts did much today to weaken wheat. Prices closed unsettled, 1-8 to le net lower, with May 1.13 to 1.13 3-8, and July 102. 1-8. Corn lost c to c, and oats to He. In provisions the outcome varied from unchanged figures to 15 cents decline. Bearish sentiment In wheat was manifest at the outset, the effect of large deliveries here being empha sized by liberal receipts at Kansas City. At first, too, the ouuook was for an increase in the united states visible supply. Selling, however, was checked by the fact that foreign ex change was on the upgrade, and be cause drv weather in the southwest was again becoming a subject of comment. Subsequently, announce t of a visible suddIv decrease in stead of the increase looked for led to a rally, inasmuch as for the first time the total was less than the amount a year ago. But the upturn in values was short lived, confidence bv the bulls being further under mined by cotton market weakness due to the government crop report. Corn and oats were lower as a re suit mainly of big receipts of corn here. Besides, export demand for corn was less active than has been the rule of late. Setbacks in the value of hogs tend ed to weaken provisions. Sfodd OTP CHICAGO CHICAGO. Dec. 12 CATTLE Re ceipts, 27,000; beef steers and she stock, dull; bidding unevenly, lower: Szgra Back again in the front line biggest cigar, value we know! ROTHEN BERG tc SCHLOSS CIGAR CO., DISTRIBUTORS Denver, Colo. Notre Dame Will Play Centre At San Diego Next ? SOUTH BEND. Ind Dee. 1 Notre Dam will play Centre col lege football team on Dee. 26 in San Diego Cal. Definite an nouneemen' to this effect was made this afternoon. The game has been declared off several . times. 0 K ' ' . Chicago Board Of Trade Is Granted Temporary Permit Republican A. P. Leased Wire WASHINGTON. Dec. 12 The board of trade of Chicago and mem bers of that exchange will be per mitted to operate after Deo. 24, un der a revised order Issued toaay by the supremo court. The order, which Is temporary, was made to meet the futures trading act which takes effect on that date. The order will remain In effect until after the coirt makes its deci sion in a case brought by eight mem bers of the exchange questioning the constitutionality ot the new Capper- Tincher law imposing a tax of 20 cents a bushe. or. all future trades in grain when not made by a member of a "contract tnark;t." and admit tine co-ODerativ agricultural asso ciations and members to membership in exchanges designated as con tract market Last Cycle Race Of Year Will Be Held Next Sunday The last bicycle race of the year will be held next Sunday when tne two-wheel racers will pedal from Glendale to Phoenix. The racers will leave Glendale on Avenue 18 and run south to the Ma ricopa road, then east to Grand ave nue. south to McDowell ana easi on McDowell to Seventh, avenue, where the race will end. The promoters expect this race to ha the fastest or the year, as me re suit will determine the year's cham nionshlo and winner of the sliver lov ing cup offered for the rider scoring the largest number of points during Warren Stone and Hubert Tates are leading the point column with Stone four points ahead or aies. Sunday's race will be staged by I-andis Cyclery and King Brothers. All prizes offered will be given by the local firms. Riders wishing to enter the race are requested to sign at King Brothers bicycle shop on East Adams street, o Approximately 60.000 women from rumna have entered the United States since the armistice, few earlv sales weak to !jc low.; bulk beef steers, $6.75S.25; bulls, steady to 15e higher; bolognas large ly J3.40tf3.ib; veal caivea, uuuusi stockers and feeders, steady. HOGS Receipts, eo.uuu; :a io j cents lover than Saturday's average; butchers off most, snipers buying li berally; big packers holding back; top, 87.60 for light lights; 170 pound average up to 87.85; bulk hogs aver aging 190 pounds and up, $6.75 7.13; pigs mostly 25c lower; bulk desir able, $7.40 7.50. SHEEP Receipts, 83.000; fat lambs, 25 to 60 cents lower; sheep and yearlings, 25c lower: feeders. 25c higher; fat lambs to packers largely $11.00; choice SS-pound yearlings, $9.75: ewe top early. $3.50; come back feeder lambs largely $9.50; one load with short fat end to shipper, $10.23. KANSAS CITY KANSAS CITY, Dec. 12 CATTLE Receipts. 17.000; opening sales, beef steers 25 to 35c lower; many bid fully 60c lower; one load 1,056 pound Christmas yearlings. $12.75; other early sales. $ 6.00 ((j 8-00; she stock steady to 25c lower; bulk cows, $3.50 4.25; odd lots, 5.00; heifers early, $4.00 7.00; calves and bulls, steady; best vealers, $7.00 8.00; practically no demand for cannere and inferior calves; stockers and feeders steady to 15c higher: early feeder sales, 15.00(86.35: stockers. $4.506.25. HOGS Receipts, .uu; mosuy i to 25 cents lower than Saturday; fairly active, few light lights to yard traders, $6.90; practical top, .sa; choice light hops to shippers, $6.83: bulk of sales, $6.60$ 6.S0 packer top on 190 to 225 pound hogs. $6.85; bulk good packing sows, $3.i04 s.sj; pigs, ateadv. best. 87.10. SHEEP Receipts, 4.000; killing classes fully steady; few light ewes, $4.50; native lambs, 110.23. DtnVtn DENVER. Dec. 12 CATTLE Re ceiDts 4.200: steady to strong; beef steers, $5.00 6.25; cows and neners 13.506 5.60; calves, $6.509.50: bulls $2.OQft3.00; stockers and feeders, 14.50 S 6.50. HOGS Receipts, 1.300: steady. 15c lower; top, $6.90; bulk, 86.00s 6.7a. SHEEP Receipts. 7.600: steady lam be, $3.00(6 9.75; ewes. $3.004.25; feeder lambs, $7.75 (g 8.50. COTTON NEW TORK. Dec. 12 Cotton closed barely steady at a net decline of 42 to 62 points. Spot cotton, quiet, Ji.7U. VISIBLE GRAIN SUPPLY NEW YORK, Dec 12 The visible supply of American grain shows the following- changes: Vheat Increased llo.OOO bushels. Corn increased 442.000 bushels. , Oats decreased 1.069.000 bushels. Rye decreased 590.000 bushels. Barley decreased 122,000 bushels. LIBERTY BONDS NEW YORK, Dec. 12 Liberty bonds closed: 2Mb, $95.30; first 4s, $97.06 bid; second 4s. $96.50: first 4V.S, $97.32; second 4Hs, $96.86; third 4Hs, $97.70; fourth 4Us. $97.2S; Victory, 3s, $100; Victory 4s, $100. BAR SILVER NE WTORK, Dec 12 Foreign bar silver. 66: Mexican dollars, t0 domestic, 99 Vi. CALL MONEY NEW TORK. Dec. 12 Call money, firm; high. S'.J; low, 5: ruling rate. 5; closing bid. 5; offered at 9; last loan. 5- Time loans, firm; 60 days, 55i 5Vi; 80 days, 5&5; six months. S'&SU. Prime mercantile paper, 53 5Vi. METALS NEW TORK. Dec. 12 Copper, firm: electrolytic spot snd nearby. 135'iil4: futures. 14. Ttn, strong; euot and i.rU. ei.i0; Tutures. Today's Sport Angle The forward pass in football Is certain to receive much considera tion from the rule makers, when they meet to discuss the new angles pre sented by the 1921 season. Harvard has already come to the front with a suggestion that the for ward pass be eliminated during the final five minutes of play. In all probability the defeat Buf fered bv Harvard from Princeton is the base of their contention. It will be remembered that a long forward pass. Siilvely to Gilroy. fol lowed by a 60-yard run by the latter player, produced the touchdown that caused a Crimson defeat. Personally we don't like the Har vard idea. If the forward pass is permissible durinff the first three periods, there is no good reason why it should not continue in good form throughout the final ouarter. Of course it is in the last few min utes of play that a beaten team takes lone chances with the pass. If a touchdown means a chance to win or tie the game, the losing team very logically uses nothing but forward passes, in a hope one ot them might be successful. i There is always a chance that such a pass will be intercepted. However, that is the only chance the losing team is taking. Unquestionably the forward pass is being overplayed. However, the public likes the play, and for that Coast Colleges Will Book Their Own Grid Games In the Future Republican A. P. Leased Wire PORTLAND, Ore.. Dec. 12. All Inter-sectional football games be tween Eastern and Paciflo coast teams hereafter would be arranged and supervised by the Pacific coast intercollegiate conference, under the terms of a resolution aaoptea ai a meeting of the conference here. It was recommended that such games be played on college or univer sity fields, and if played elsewhere that the field be obtained on a rental basis to avoid any commercial aspect that might arise) from non-college promotion. o TEX GETS ANOTHER CHANCE NEW TORK, Dec 11 Supreme Court Justice Guy late today stayed the receivership appointed for MTex" Richard, boxing promoter, the Madi son Square Garden corporation, and the Madison oquare unruen ing club pending an appeal taken to the ' appellate aivision. WILSON ILLINOIS CAPTAIN : TTRBANA. 111.. Dec 13 Dave Wil son, right end ot Illinois 1921 football eleven, today was elected captain of the 1923 team to fill the vacancy caused by Captain Pedens ineligl biUty. 133.30. Iron, easy: Ko. 1 northern, $l.50'f 20.50; No. northern. $19.00'$ 20.00; No. 2 southern. $17.50 18.50. Lead, steady, spot, $4.70&4.80. Zinc, quiet; Kast St. Louis delivery spot. 4 90 y" 4.95, Antimony, spot, $4.a0if 4.55. PRODUCE CHICAGO. Dec. 12 Butter, high er: creamery extras, (os, nrst, om i,4Cc: seconds, 32&34c; standards. 38c Eggs, lower; receipts 4.303 cases: firsts. 52 (i 53c; ordinary firsts, 46 48c; miscellaneous. 4331c; refrige rator firsts, 37039c Potatoes, steady: receipts 83 cars; total United States shipments, 525; Wisconsin sacked and bulk round white. 1 1.654 1.75 ct; Michigan sacked and bulk round white $1.75 1.80 cwt.: Minnesota sacked round white, $1.50gxl.70; Idaho sacked rus sets. $1.90 'd 2.10 cwt. Idaho sacked rurals, J1.7u4j1.80 cwt. Poultry, alive, higher; fowls. 144 c; springs, SIVac; turkeys. 87c; roosters. 15c. KANSAS CITY, Dec 1Z Butter, creamery lc higher, 44c; packing, lc lower. 20c. Eggs, first lo lower. 49c; second unchanged, 35c. Poultry, firm, hens, 15i22c; springs, 18tj21c; turkeys, 4042c. COPPERS Compiled for The Republican by W. W. LAWHON Logan & BryanPrivate Wire . Commercial Hotel Bldg. Q . - Anaconda .........49 .... Butte & Superior ... Calumet & Arizona . Cerro de Pasco ..... Chile Chlno Greene-Cananea .... ..18H 58 Vi ..36 ..14H ..28 ..29 ..39; .. 6'i ..27H ..lSVi Inspiration ......... Kennecott Miami Nevada Cons. Ray Cons 15 Utah 4 Big Ledge 25 Calumet & Jerome 15 Dundee .......50 28 IT 70 13 27 12 IS 24 6 17H 22 2 29 ',4 Goodyear Tire 12 Goodyear Tire pfd. 26 Green Monster 6 Jerome Verdo 31 Magma 23 Magma Chief 4 New Cornelia ............16Vi Rav Hercules ...18 United Eastern 2 A Verde Extension 27 o n EXCHANGE W. W. LAWHON Logan & Bryan Private Wire Commercial Hotel Bldg. O American Beet Sugar 27 American Can 32 American International 41 American Locomotive 100 American Smelting & Refining. 46 American Tel. & TeL Co 116 American Woolen 82 Atchison SO Baldwin Locomotive 95 Baltimore & Ohio 35 Bethlehem Steel (B) 55 Canadian Pacific 121 Central Leather SO Chesapeake & Ohio 66 Chandler Motor 47 Chi.. Mil. A St. Paul 19 Chi.. R. I.& Pac. Ry 31 Keep Your Eyes Clean Clear ealth reason It has become an Integral part of the game. The thine to do Is to place some limitations on the pass, that will pro tect the defending team to a great er extent than merely the loss of a down when the Cass is completed. Like the squeeze play In base ball, the forward pass is a great play it it coes over, and a sucker play when it fails. Unquestionably the checks and balances in football have been upset by the forward pass. The aerial game has unbalanced both attack and defense. It has given an exaggerated value to one play. It has caused conches to neglect im portant features of the came in -en effort to highly develop a passing game. It Is pretty tough for a team to gain, say 60 yards on plays through the line and runs around the end. and then have the opposition make ud all that hard-earned ground by one 50-yard pass. Limit the distance the ball can be passed, is one way to lessen the value of the clay. Another is to make the penalty mora severe for the Incompleted oas. The suggestion that after the first down, the ball shall be nut in play from the spot where the thrower of the incompleted pass stood is an other check. B. E. California Players Start Practice Fo W. & J. Game Dec. 17 BERKELEY. Cal.. Dec. 12. Uni versity of California's football team will start practicing here Pec. 17 In preparation for its game at Pasadena, Cal., next New Year's day against Washington and Jefferson university, The bears, according to informa tion here, will outwelght their East ern opponents about 10 pounds to the man. The averare weight of tne Caltfornians is 1S1 7-11 pounds man. while the W. and J. athletes av erage 171 7-11. COFFEE MART CLOSE SATURDAY NEW YORK, Dec. 12 The New Tork Coffe and Sugar exchange voted to close or Saturdays preceding Christmas and New Year. o Girl -Advertised For Hubby: Finds Marriage Failure tRepubllcan A. P. Leased Wire CHICAGO. Dec 1L Mrs. James Edward Miller, formerly a Joliet high school girl, who gained notoriety six weeks ago by successfully aovertis ing for a husband who would educate her. last night disclosed the sad end ing of her adventure when she had Ccrn Products 93 Crucible Steel 644. Cuba Cane Sugar 7V Erie 11 General Motors 11 Great Northern pfd 75 Great Northern Ore 314 Haskell & Barker 7H International Paper 62 Si InL Mer. Marine pfd. 66 Vi Invincible Oil 12 Island Oil Lackawanna Steel 46 Mexican Petroleum 1154 Midvale Steel : 2?"4 Missouri Pacific 17 New York Central 73 -i N. Y, N. 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Lawhon Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Cotton, Investments Logan & Bryan Private Wire Service We specialize in Liberty Loan Issues No. 39 South Central Ave., Commercial Hotel Bldg. AUTO STAGE TIME TABLE AUTO STAGES To Globe, Miami. Roosevelt Dam. over the Apache Trail Daily. To Superior. Florence, Ray. Sonora. Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday. Leaving Ray for Phoenix. Monday. Wednesday and Friday. To Tempe. Mesa, hourly. To Chandler every other hour. To Fowler. Tolleson. Cashion. Coldwater. Avondale. Wagner. Litchfield, Liberty. Buckeye. Arlington and Gillespie Dam. For further information phono 711 or 1165. UNION STAGE DEPOT, 11-13-15 East Jefferson Street. AUTO RAGES TO BE FORD DAY FEATURE AT MESA SATURDAY The Mesa-Chandler-Gilbert pared highways will be policed and cleared of traffic for the Ford races to be staged next Saturday afternoon as a part of the program for Mesa's flrsl annual Ford day celebration. Inter est In the three-speed endurance tests for Ford cars is already keen on the south side and more than enough entries have been secured even at this early date to insure some real race exhibitions. The 20-mile event for stock stripped Fords Is regarded as the biggest event on - the program. A $100 purse, split $60. $25 and $13 tu the first, second and third winners, is offered. The event will be run over the course south from Mesa to Chandler, east to the Gilbert road, north to the baseline, west to the Mill road and north into Mesa to the starting point. Touring model Fords are entered in a 14-mile event to be over the course south from Mesa on the Chandler highway to the Gilbert road, east to Gilbert and return north, west and north to Mesa. A purse of $5 is offered to first, second and third winners in this event, split $40, $10 and $5. The 14-mile event for roadster or truck chassis Fords will be run over the same course with a $53 pure split the same as in the second race. There is pavement on the entire course for. all three races, which promises some fast time being made. The race committee is arranging foi a thorough policing of the entire course ar.d will see that all traffic is cleared during the period ot the races. Awarding of the more than IPC prizes, the Ford parade. Ford music and free dance in the evening are also events of interest on the cele bration program for Ford day. her husband and another girl arrest ed and announced that her marriage was a failure. The husband, formerly a fcarber, said be was glad to be rid of the marriage and that he had never paid his wife the $3,000 she had requested for completion of her schooling. They separated soon after marriage, it was said, and were living at different hotels. Mrs. Miller today called her husband's room by telephone and a woman answered, saying she was Mrs. Miller. The arrests followed. 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