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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW
Page Three Football Celebration Tomorrow istria arren ' Friday Morning. October 27, 1922 17 D Plans Big 1 DISTRICT WILL TM OUT BIG FOR HIGH 61 Aunt Sarah Peabody and Marshall j Otey Walker Urge All Folks From Douglas to Attend Game Saturday Citizens and Pupils Unite in Plans For Big Attendance on Saturday Afternoon 'Mass Meeting Held Yesterday in Front of the Blacksmith Shop in Douglas; Engineer Will Be Asked to Slow Up ! Afternoon Train Through Village as Special Event (Special to The Review) ' hopes to have the ruffians in jail by DOUGLAS, Ariz-, Oct. 2G. The foot; Saturday noon so he tan also attend ball game at Warren on Saturdav af-l the game. If all other attempts to lo- j ternoon between Douglas and Bisbee cate the culprits fail, Otey will put The Warren District niav havo beeni high schools was the sole topic of con- Dr. Pillsbury's famous do;;. "Bruno," lackinir in the wuiv Jt has suonorted 1 versation today in front of the store: on the trail. "Pruno" is said to hiwe it.s school athletic activities, but "them! and blacksmith shop. the same number of feet and ears as a davs is over now." The village storekeeper became- so bloodhound. Yesterd.v itie entire district lined1 enthusiastic that he opened a box of. Before starting this man hunt. Otey up solidlv "behind the Bishee highi driod apples and treated all the boys.j Walker ordered rll horses and buggies w.hool rootball team and started mak-i Across the street, in front or the black, to keep off G Avenue (the street In In Plans to pack Warren Park when mlth shop, Aunt Sarah Peabody heU. front of the hotel) in order that the the local bovs pliv Douslis high1 masd "feting, alternating between ! Douglas high school team might have u-hnni Ktni:. nrt'rnnnn " i a denunciation of Otey Walker, the '. plenty of room to practice. Douglas Volunteer Fire Department ! rr 1 rt r . I nr I Unable to dee LameBoth members On Vacation; Milk Man to be There PLAN TO GLGS STORES DURING rimmm i am I UU I UIILL. UlllllL. ! I Merchants of District Work ing to Make Tomorrow Afternoon Full of Fun i Smelter City Auto Club Will Motor to Warren if Member Can Get the Old Bus Running; Street Car to Be Put on Exhibition For Benefit of Douglas Visitors Annnnnremiif t fh iwiiv mt.l night watchman, and a plea that all ing of the luncheon club yesterday! citizen of the Old Home Town go to: noon that Douglas was preparing to! barren to cheer the Douglas team i send hundreds of rooters to the game "Where is the worthless Otey Aalk- was followed bv the decision that Bis r?" screamed Aunt Sarah. "The loaf, bee must "snap out of if and, for' cr'- Why aint he roundin1 up every once. turn out a big crowd at a foot-' bo(,v am makm' 'em " to th "ame?, ball game. j Stop whittling, you loafers, and listen 'coach Ralph Morrison, of the high! to n,e: As president of the Anti-Pipe; school, promised members of the club Smoking League. I command every that "vou will feel 20 vears voungor if! man and voman in I"ou"las to you'll all come Saturday and root fori inai Eame ami t"' "" ,""r' nome Doys as iney wouiu ior u ut : Douglas Rooters in Action vis." Then followed a scene unprece dented in the history of the luncheon club. Business and professional men became youngsters again and joined! a hastily organized "rooters section."! Led by Tony Caretto, and other high school boys, they practiced yells and songs for 15 minutes. ; But the excitement did not stop! there. Secretary Bert Smith annour.c-J rd that the chamber of commerce ; would hire the American Legion band ! for the game and plans were at once; made for closing all stores and offices j here on Saturday lafternoon. j At 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon the biggest "football rally" in history was! staged in the high school auditorium. Speeches were made by prominent' high school students, members of the' faculty and football players. j Other speakers were President A.! G. McGregor, of the chamber of com- merce; Rev. George W. Richmire, Revl C T. Garnett, Al Kobey. Lieut. Col. A. J. Daugherty and J. J. Dugal. who as sured the students that the entire dis trict would turn out and "root" for the home team Saturday afternoon. against cigarettes!" i iyt&i fah. .S;V" i j Just before the "rooters" start for ' Warren Saturday afternoon a special entertainment will be staged for j them: the mayor is now drawing up i a telegram to the engineer of the east j bound Saturday afternoon train ask ' ing him to please make the train slow ' up when it goes through Douglas in 1 order that everybody may get a i chance to see it. Marshal Otey has ! promised to see that everybody stays i awav from the traks, but some of the Aunt Sarah Peabody in Action Local Junior High Eleven Wins From Douglas Players . - I . . . . . . . -. A MA 1 . 1 III , 1 1' 1 1 ' O J UUIlg l Ul'UjJS tilt? pinuillLl V" iiiii- . ! cow across the tracks just before the ! train arrives so the engineer will have to blow the whistle and ring the bell i If this happens, the entertainment ! will be complete. Aunt Sarah and the ! Anti-Pipe League Ladies Aid will pre I pare basket of home-made jellies I and jams to give to the engineer for ; The cheers that followed Aunt Sar- his wife if he will stop the train, but ahs speech were so loud that tne ;t js not believed that this can be ar ; blacksmith could not hear his sledge; vanged. In case he can't stop, the bas : hammer hit the horseshoe on his an-: jiet wjjj 1)e put jn tne mail sack. vil and, as a result, hit his hand in- soon as the train is out of sight I stead and smashed his three best fid-j the Douglas folks will start for War I dling fingers. ; ieu. Everybody here is confidant that ! It developed that Otey Walker, our I Douglas will defeat Bisbee but, as genial watchman, was not loafing on j Doc Pillsbury, who took a correspon the iob. hut. with a desire for law and deuce c ourse in poetry last year Saturday afternoon will undoubt edly be observed as a holiday throughout the district in order that everyone may attend the Douglas Bisbee football game. Taking up Douglas' challenge to see which city could turn out the biggest crowd of rooters, the Warren District yesterday got busy and, be fore night, had arranged a regular old fashioned celebration this morn ing a committee of business men headed by Al Kobey, will canvass the district with the view of arranging for the closing of every store be tween 2 and 4 Saturday afternoon. It is also probable that a motor cade will precede the game. Whethe- er the motorcade will procede from Bisbee to the park at Warren, or go out on the Douglas road to escort the visitors from the Smelter Hamlet into the district, will be decided to day. Ample notice of the time or forming and the place where the motorcade will assemgle will be given. Kobey said last night he and other members of his committee antici pated no trouble in getting all dis trict merchants to agree to the clos ing hours. "It looks like the Warren District was going to have a big jolly af ternoon," said Kobey. "And we are confident the merchants will do their part to help put more pep in the district." Rivalry between Douglas and Bis bee has reached a stage never ex perienced before, but it is good na tured, friendly rivalry and is expect ed to do both communities a lot of good. order, was down behind the railroad The Horace Mann junior high school j trwck trying to find the young scala football team went to Douglas yester-: wass wno iast night threw a rock day and defeated the Douglas gram Race Will Average Fifty Miles an Hour According to word received yester- niar sc hool team by a score of 13 to 6. This is the same score that the Ban croft team beat the Douglas team. j IT7 C The Bisbee team played the best game I IjelieVe YY 1111161 01 it has played this year. The . first touchdown for the Bisbee team was; made within two minutes after the. ball was put in play by Archie Woods. : The second touchdown was made byj Antonovich, Bisbee tackle, who took the ball for a "fake" end run and made i a run of 100 yards. Marcus, fullback I of the local team, was on the job at all times and played like a veteran. For Douglas, Seeley and Debardini were the outstanding stars. The line-up of the Bisbee team was: Center, demons Haywood; guards, C. Czapar and Appling; tackles, Woll man and Antonovich; ends, llargis and Mayne; quarter. John DeLeon; halves, Trimble and Woods; fullback, Marcus. A number of substitutes were used: Horn and Odenetto for ends; Higgins as tackle, and Carr and savs: "Slow an stiady wins the game He who laughs first gathers no moss." This is taken by the Old Home Town through the town arc light and plang- folks to mean that everybody must go ed the village into darkness.. Otey ! to Warren to cheer for the home team Screen Program Is Offered by Y.M.C.A. The movie program offered this week by the Y.M.C.A. includes Sid Chaplin in a comedy. "Fast Trains Bisbee 14567 1-2; Douglas 0000. If rooting counts for anything that will be the score of the football game tomorrow afternoon. Everybody in the district i3 buying tickets for the big 'game and the everybody-get-ac-quainted oelebrhtion tnat will be a big nart of the contest. Yesterday morning Kid Underwood! called the attention of Revie.w readers to the fact that the village of Douglas was planning to send a big delegation to cheer its team to victory. The ar ticle politely pointed out that Douglas while a smell place, was nevertheless ambitious. Anyone who read the ar ticle yesterday will, no doubt, vouch for the fact that nothing appeared in it that could have hurt Douglas' feelings. Famous Newshound of 'Sleepy Hollow' Ready for Action The Douglas Town Hall Yet the town hall in Douglas was the scene of much peevishness yester day. The 234 residents of the village met nd decided that the honor of the little hamlet must be upheld and that' every Douglas citizen must be in War ren when the game started. Here is what the Douglas Dispatch had to say: "Word was received from one of the Bisbee high 'school students that the 50 boy and girls who are not mem bers of the Bisbee team will be on the sidelines to root. If the business houses close, as is planned, Bisbee will be represented tit the game by not less than 200 people, according to tho Review's prediction. Not to be outdone by the Hill Billies. Douglas is planning to send a large delegation to Saturday's game." The Review investigated and found part of that to be true. Not only will the village be well represented, but a few of Douglas' business houses will also have deleghtes to the game. The milkman at Douglas recently purchas ed a horse and wagon to deliver milk to his 9 customers. He is planning to drive the new wagon to Warren for the game. Efforts to have the Douglas volun teer fire department come to the game were dropped when it was found both members were on a vacation. No one else would offer to pull the hose reel Besides, it was pointed out, someone would have to stay in Douglas to keep the moths from eating the rope from the fire bell, which hasn't been rung since the armistice was signed, but may ring out any minute as some of the boys down there are getting care less with their cigarette stubs. The Greater Douglas Automobile Club is- planning to have its full mem bership out for the game if he can get his flivver to running. It works good on one cylinder, but the other has been suffering from a nervous break' down for several years. However, the automobile club, in which Grover Cleveland is said to have ridden to his inauguration, will be on the job, even if it is necessary to take the horse from the Tillage sprinkling cart and hitch it on front. M1EG0R SMS DISTRICT I OS TO EKJDY LITE Chamber President Endorses Celebration as Means of District Relaxing The DougVas Auto Club Street cars in the Warren District are expected to prove a great curiosity and education to the Douglas visitors. Superintendent Cowan, of the Warren Bisbee railway, will be requested to allow one of the cars to stand near the park in order that the folks from Doug las mJay look at it close and touch it to see that they are not dreaming. A guard will be stationed on the car to see that the Douglas folks do not whittle pieces from it to take home as souvenirs. ;C.UIUtllK IV IU . ; dav morning from Cal Messner, of the uu "u"'- a ! Douglas-Phoenix road race committee. I Picture. "The Heart of the Blue ; there were 24 cars entered up to 10 Ridge," and a five reel feature star ! o'clock yesterday, and others were ex- ring Ann Murdock in "The Richest : petted during the day. The entry list. Girl." did not close until midnight. It was The "Chip-in" show for adults will 'the opinion that there would be at! scan ai ,.w imugm. ami cue p.uB.-.u least 30 cars in the race. will be repeated Saturday afternoon guards. : for all fliililren. free, at 4 o'clock. During the past few days a number I of cars have been going through' the hour. city to try out the road. They all re-! Signs have already been posted port the road in good shape with the ! along the road advising the public exception of the 10-mile detour be- that the road will be closed during tween Tucson and Florence where the certain hours of the race, next Mon state road gang Is at work. They are I day. The road from Douglas to Tomb- Lewis asjof the opinion that the winning car! stone will be closed from 8:30 until will average more than 50 miles an 11 o'clock. ft FOOTBALL Bisbee vk Douglas TOMORROW Saturday L U. ill Oct. 28 Warren Park G. Houston Spears Tho Review yesterday scooped the world by securing the above photo graph. The gent on the bicycle is none other than Hon. George Houston Spears, city editor of the Douglas Dis patch, and one of the leading rooters of the little village. Mr. Spears will be one of the Old Home Town folks from the Smelter Hamlet who will attend the Bisbee Douglas football game Saturday after noon. Mr. Spears, known as the "demon newshound of Sleepy Hollow" is one of the southwest's most prolific typewriter torturers. He is up-to-the-minute in every way. In the photo graph Mr. Spears is shown trying out his bicycle. He always uses a bicycle whenever getting a tip on a news story tw;o or three days before time for the Dispatch to go to press. Yesterday Mr.. Spears turned down the handlebars of his bike, oiled up the coaster, brake and put on an 83 tooth sprocket. With this overhaul ing he claims he can make 4 miles an hour if the wind is right. -" Mr.' Spears will pedal up to Warren Saturday to get the "dope" on the game for the Dispatch. He may enter his mount in the Douglas-Phoenix road race if he finds that it will hold the road on the turns at high speed. : They'll Bring This Along A Real Street Car, B'Gosh! "We've been taking life too serious ly in the Warren District for the last year and ti half; with conditions im proving every day its time for us to relax a little and enjoy ourselves. I am heartily in favor, as president of the chamber of commerce and a resi dent of the district, of anything that will get the people of the distric t out once in a while and make them lorget everything but getting acquainted and having a good time. For those rea sons, the chamber of commerce has pledged its full support toward mak ing the football game and celebration Saturday afternoon a success." This was the endorsement given last night by A. G. McGregor of the Douglas-Bisbee gfeme at AVarren Park tomorrow afternoon. McGregor, Secretary R. L. Smith and other chamber of commerce offi cials, visited scores of local residents and business and professional men yesterday, putting it up to them squarely whether-or not they wanted to see the football celebration staged on a big scale. Without a dissenting opinion everyone interviewed was in favor of making tomorrow afternoon a semi-holiday. It .was the general sentiment throughout the district that the entire community would feel better if "some thing was started." With hundreds interested, in the football game, par ticularly since Douglas is arranging for -a big rooters' motorcade, it was decided to start the "something" to morrow. : "Douglas has, on several occasions, entertained hundreds of Warren Dis trict visitors," McGregor pointed out "Unless we are to appear inhospitable and.lacking in interest, it is up to us to come to life and play the role of hosts once in awhile." While encouraging the friendly, good-natured rivalry between Douglas and Bisbee, McGregor pointed out that the two cities, working together, could wield a great deal of influence in Southern Arizona to the great benefit of each. "Douglas has never been lacking in hospitality toward Bisbee," he said. "Now it is up to us to get acquainted with the Douglas people. Let them know that this is a lively, regular com munity and extend every' courtesy to them when they visit the district Saturday." Local Briefs PRAISES LOCAL ROADS. WILL ADDRESS CLUB. The 20th Century Club will meet i this afternoon at the club house at 2 j o'clock. Congressman Carl Hayden i w ill address the women. The meeting will be under the legislative depart ment, Mrs. John Bevan, chairman. All William B. Klein, sales manager fori women of the district are invited. Studebaker in St. Paul, Minn, stopped over in the city last evening on his HERE ON VISIT, way to Calif orhia. He is accompanied i .Mr. and Mrs. John C. Ibsen, of by his daughter. Miss Velmer, and 1 North Haven, Conn., are visiting Jack Reynolds. They drove yesterday! their son, Edward Risen and his from El Paso and Mr. Klein was loud j wife of Warren. They expect to re in praise of the Borderland Route. He! main here for several months. stated that the road was the best he had driven over since he left his na- THREE BURN TO DEATH TOLEDO, Oct. 2S. Three persons were burned to death here late tonight when , fire destroyed the home of Adam Popek in the thickly populated Polish district. Other occupants of the house escaped in their night clothes. The victims, asleep upstairs, were trapped in their bed rooms. live state. MORE COTTON PICKERS. Three more truck loads of Mexicans from Douglas were in the aity yester day on their way to the Salt River valley to go to work in the cotton fields. During the past few days sev eral loads of w:orkers hare gone through. rNTERESTIN G .TALK.. Rev. George W. Richmire. of the I First Methodist Church, gave an in teresting talk before the Luncheon Club yesterday noon on "Co-operation." Coroner's Jurors Are Warned Not to Hold Up Inquests Judge Craig yesterday impressed upon the members of coroner's juries ( in his court that it was necessary for ! them to obey the orders of the court land be there when they were ordered j to do so. During the past few weeks i he has had occasion to adjourn fai I quests on account of some juror not ' reporting for duty when he was or ON HUNTING TRIP. General John C. Greenway, Dr. Pat ton, of Ajo, and several others left Wednesday for Chihuahua where they will spend several days hunting. s POSTPONED"' ' FORD STOLEN. The local police were notified yes terday to be on the lookout for a Ford touring car that was stolen Wednes day night at Nogales. The car car ried an Arizona License 9-149. In' Japan a vegetable leather U made from the inner bark of a plant called the mitsumata. IlHlliUil CAR BROKE DOWN. , Mr. and' Mrs. James Downs went out hunting Wednesday afternoon in the Sulphur Spring valley. The car broke down and they were forced to cm tn iVinc-la and snpnrl the 'night. The class in parliamentary law has' Mr. and Mrs. Downs failed to been postponed one week on account of Dr. Sims being out of town HOUSE ROBBED. A Mexican reported to the police station last evening that his house on Chihuahua 1 Hill had been robbed. Some clothes and $23 in cash were taken. He accused a former room mate of the theft. Officers were last night trying to locate the accused. return yesterday morning and fears w;ere entertained' that "they had met with all accident, a party ;was being made up to go in search of them when theyt-telephoned from Douglas that they-were safe. " v' :: TAKEN UNDER ADVISEMENT. The case of Joseph Kososky, who is charged wth disturbing the peace and using obscene language in the presence of a woman was dered. Yesterday morning, when the yesterday afternoon before jury was called for holding an Inquest, Craig and was taken under advise Juror A. G. Nichols was absent. After ,ment by the court. waiting some time the court had an- other juror sworn in and the jury and j HAS RESIGNED POSITION. the court then had to go to the home j William Maddern has resigned his of the parents of the little girl to view j position as jail guard at the county the body, so that they could make Jail in Tombstone and his place will their report. e taken by A. N. Ewing of this After the court and jury had com-; city. Alter a few days visit here pleted their work, Judge Craig had a Maddern will leave for Calienta, bench warrant issued for Nichols. He; Arizona, where he will ' take treat was brought into court, reprimanded, .ment for an attack of rheumatism, and then ordered to pay a fine of He will later leave for California 20.00. Jvnera he expects to locit. STRIKE OIL IN COLOMBIA SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 26. Oil sand has been struck at the 2176 foot level of a well being drilled by the Latin-American Petroleum com pany, owned jointly by the Standard Oil company and the Transcontinen tal Oil interests on the San Jacinto Concession. Colombia, South Amer- heard I ica, according to advices received Jidge bv the Sandard Oil company here today. The SELZ SIX Charles Darwin, famous evolution est, was very delicate and cosidered his days work done at noon. 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