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AMAR1LL0 DAILY NEWS, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 20, 1321-PARTONE
PACE FIVE AGGIE BASEBALL -r Ed Rommell Shows Great Form FISPECISBBI Wlir.Dll.K IUK l!l IMIADKM TWENTY-OXK (JAMKSj lK(ilN IN AIUI.F.NK. Sperlal te TU Ntwt. COLt.KtJR STATION, Tela. March It. The Kdrmera will tuen thn baa tall aeaaun with two gamea agulnnl RIninHii College at College Htntlon March 21 and It. The 1121 achedul announced by Jamea Sullivan Include twenty-one timm, ten nf which will lie played on lha hwi diamond and eleven away from College Htation. Hla game on lha local diamond lead the achcdiile. Fol lowing th Hlinmiiiia game. Wee In ktltutti rutin1 to College for two guinea, larch SO and II, Houthcrn lUiptlnt Vnlver.lty cornea neat for two guinea a hrlt 7 ami I. Than lha Aaalea Hill travel to Auitln (or two gamea with th State L'nlvtratty on April It and II, and return for four day' practice la for meeting Itaylor L'nlveralty at Col leg April II and 11. They leave Col lege for a trln north then, mopping at Waiahachl for one gome with Trini ty Unlveralty April 16. at Dalloe for two return gamea with Houthern Me tbudlal I'nlveralty April V and IS. then wing back tn Waco for two with Day Inr Ajiril and SO. They rrat at College four daya and then go to Houe- ton to meet luce Inatltute May ana I, The neit gamea are with Htate L'nl veralty at College Ktatlon May IS and It. The aeaaon then winde up with two gamea to m played at Hrenhan with Houthweatern I'nlveralty. Mr. Hulllvan la aim trying tn ar range a game w ith one of the big league team now training In Tcaae and alau with aonie Tian league team but he ti not ready to make an nnnuuncenief I concerning either. The arhedule la eonaldered a good a.. w ih ifdM and they are look Ing forward to a eucceaaful acsenn on the diamond. . Around the akeleton of laat year' quad and with new aaplranta for poei tione aa diamond rfornier Paul Hen tell baa built up a machine and picked reeerv aupply of pnrta with which be hupea to e A. M. capture the 1111 laaetaii pennant. Every day alnce February 1 that the ground would hold a ahoe aplkr Ketitell ha been out with the eiuad working, atudylng, trying to find the beet that the achnol offeerd aa com petit ore for baaetall honor. , With Crawford back to wear the mlt .am! inaek. I'at Dwyer again hugging flrat lae. Captain lrwia In left flvld. and John Ouynoa In renter field 8en .tell ha n4 worried hlmelf to find "other material for thoee poaltlon Theae turn won undtaputcd claim to right above any rher by their atellar perfitfmanre laat prlng. luniU.ra.ia tlu frvahman Who Btrnct eda muh atti-ntlon by hi work In the bog laat "wring will again head the pitching stall. He haa developed won derfully aim hi Initiation laat year and there la no unealnia about hi ability, lie will be nipported chiefly by HM-arur and Olw.t who helped out laat year. Pwyer at flrat bane la rraf ty. ehUty, full of i. takea hla duty aertoualy and haa alruady U-e unof fblklly aiwlfned by all hla urcaent coarhee U a future berth In the ma lore. Crow ford tnvltua dependence le bind the tat by hla ateady work. Mai tbew. llnynea and IHnan In the out field pleaae fcVntcll exactly. Matthew t an excellent alround mun, aa a con tiller t alugger and haa a good throw lag arm. Ouynea I eonaldered one ol the very lei men for an outfield ata tlon In college baaeltall and the only Im pro-ement that la hnpnd for him to how- la batting work. Mnan la a good man for light field and he will be oa-d to help Crawford at the receiv ing end of the battery. He la a real old Una) elugger. Wllaon will play around th aecond bag again thla year and la a good man for the place. He I aure and reliable at all tlmea. For the hot corner at third. Hmlth and Dough erty have been Picked. Kmllh won a htter In football the t aeaaon and promlm to add to hla lame by hla per formance on the diamond thla year. Fen tell la proud of hla find In Morrla. another foottal letter man of the pat caann. who he declaree will make the beat ehowlng at ahortatop of any college man thl eeaeon. lie la ft and haa wonderful throwing arm and I a good batter. S3l -TL1 bq iiio ill C8B1H WITH iTHEFT OF IIIITtS VH FMI'MDFII IIY l(NMs ( ITY I I MHKIt I IKM AH MKHSKNt.KH bud whipped hint. Thla the futher dn nled Muriha'a aalary a meaaenger for lha comixitiy. the father awld, wu IK a wee It. About &.000 language! are apuken bt the world. The preaent number of Jewa In the world 1 tRtlmated to be 1S.4SO.000. . iibiUtlon bout. Carl Mackey ver. weight MU muihI will ,hihitii.n imut of ten round ruiven. of Anmrlllo, wulgbt 145 Mund. followed by the la-l two out f Ihree fall between Mutaudle and Wllloughhy. The Jap" la rlulmed to 1 the champion of the rnlt-d Htute In Jul Jltau wreat ling, although the mati h will be cab h u catch can, there wil be exhibition fall In Jul JUnu. Iluffalo llowler Make ItecnrA, m-FKALlt, X. V.. March ll.-Iluf-falo buwlera were high In today roll ing of the American bowling congre tournament, John I'lice and Fred Dib ble tonnlna the manlea f4- a count of l.IJX In the doublea with John Ilatulwrg rlnv blich m.i of t3s i.lna In the aln 1km event. The hliih two man game pul the roller In fourth place, the only rhanee In alandttlK of leatLa lotuiy, ai ihoiiith K. Mver of lndlun.Hli rolled Into a tie for tenth mltloti In all event lhrout:h -ore of t)7 In the live man iva.ni lt nmht. Hi In the douUlca ind KSS In thn IiikU today, hi total Vlng l!H for the nine game. KANHAX i Try. March 1 Tlioma Miirtliii. a IT year old iineiiK-r for VV. It lii kei ltiK I.uiiiIt comiHtny of Kunxa t'lty, wa ai reniwl In t'hlrnK" lonlithl In coiinci'tloii with the dlnap IMMirmiee of im.uiHi worth of negotiable note, He will be broiiiihl back here tomorrow. Accoidlna lo word front the Oilman polii-e the iMiy denied taking the note. None were found III hi nmm-aloli the ei'iHirta liire aiilit. Uicnl iM.lli e reM.ii wiliI young Mur- thn hint aareiil In wave extradition. A-corrilng to comimny official", Mur tha wu given the iHtcket of note, ad drewed to tb-org II. Iturr and 'oiiiiiy of HI l.oiilt, lo mall lax! TiieMhiy The iHiy did not return lo the office'. It wna luted. Yeteiilay the HI. Iml con cern wrote ankliig If the nntea bad been mulled. An Inveatlgallon waa lrl-d und throuah a letter received by a friend of the youth In the romiany'a employ, t waa burned he waa In Chi cago. l4iter young Murtha'a father himrrf aeuri-h nil la lliK ninilw for hla on and vlalted illee h-adiuarter lo furnUh liffli'er wiih the tMiy e -hlcago aililieae. The father mid thai, not knowing anything wa wrong, he had ttrliten lo hla aon lute In th Week or feting lo aend him auffkient money In go to the home or an um-ie in t 'annua. In lha letter lo hi friend the Imiv huIiI he had b-ft borne ! une hi father rw.iMi.-i 1-riiT t'Ttn itl'lil. rn IV irTKAV IIR HIIOWF.I) HOII DH.IAX. TUB XKW8 i'llimHiUAl' HKH. IHW UK HUH HIH FIAMT Kit KNCCK1.K HALL. ANU UOUMAN KXAri'Kl) IT. rOOPERATIVE FILING FAVORED BY PANHANDLE WHEAT GROWERS Mrs. Florence Austin Chase NOTFIi IMIMLHT1C M'lKNCK KXI'KKT In her deinonatrutlon the at week at the New Panhandle Cooking XiIkh I proed ti bundr.HU of Amarlllo women the wonderful all-round gontlnea of The Direct Action Gas Range WITH THK Lorain Oven Heat Regulator Mi. Chaae i-hoae the lliei t Action Itange not only becauae of Ita wonderful linking and iH.klnK Miwer. but alo for Ua proven economy In ga roneuinpilon. Ita combined beauty and handlneea. We are glad to nay thl many women who were not heretoforo fully Bcnialhted with thla range have already favored ua with order, and were enthuNluaile In prali4 of Ita ierformance at the cooking achiHil, W exited a new hlpment of theae famoua range right gway and advlae that you pku-a your older now. ' Wc jjivc you credit for your old Gai R.inpc. on a new one Every Kind of Gt Appliance Amarillo Gas Appliance Co. r06 Taylor Street Phone 474 " EXHIBITION GAMES WAXAHACIIIK. Texna. March !. it h i: Chicago American Id learn 0 IS 1 New York Xallonala Id team 4 1 King and Aryan; Pi nil t and Henllnu. tlALVKSToX. T.-xaa. March !. U II 1 l'rfton National Id team.. S i i,.u. i..n Tvmia luKoe....I b 0 ltraxton. Johuaon and tlowdy; Ie. ghaeffer. Metlrew and laiuin, Ulllleli. OKLAHOMA CITY, March !. P. II K Okla. City Wetern l.rgue....5 t I MlnnMrii A mer. A'n....l0 14 S Htom r. Mitchell and larker; lHig. Lowdermllk, Ylnkllng Culloh and rhv tak. ' .HOT KI'KIXKH. Ark., March !. IMttaburgh Nntlonala 13 17 I toton American H 1 Kberhnrdt. Carlaon and Ie; Metxke, Talcott, Thorman, and llvll. KKW (tltl.KANS. La.. March !. It II K Xew York Americana S 11 1 lrM.ilyn Xatlonula S I I IIarMr. Ferguwin and H. liana; Hoff man. Mammaux, Mllkjua and Miller. Krucger. HEACMONT. Texaa, March 19. U II K tbieton Xallonala 1 Ihaumonl. Texaa league ....I S I. Twwnevnd, L. Townaend and D'Xell Olbaon; rU-itt. Hynxi and lluache. Kel ly. Thirty whoat growera gathered In the county court room of the court houne Saturday afiernia.n and lUiened o dlM-uiwton of Ihe la-oiMNM-d Tcxa Wheal Orower A-Utlon. C. C. IHxld. eei-relary of the CnmiNt Aoiu 'tlmi read and conimenlvd on the con tract grower mum algn. but the I'ottcr county farmer Indicated that with the exception of two men. they are not widy lo aign ut yet. All favored co oMratlve marketing. The two alanliig were (bnirge Menke and W. I- Hhepherd. Menke alKtiel r.ie 100 ai-rea and Khenherd 140. 1 ty In- fornwl vde of fnrmera prea-nl. M-nke had beun -elected ua lreldenl of an tniailllii ba-al. and Leaa Whllaker. mt eeiary. Neither Menke nor Whltaker m-ara nraat.nt when the vote waa taken nd Whltaker wa not at the meeting tt all. Menke came In near Ihe rioee Doild made a fervent apiieal lo I'ot ter county grower to come Into Ihe National Wheat tlrowera Aaeia-latlon. Paimai. he mild, waa a alrong local. When the Invitation waa extemh-d at t meeting In lainia, men tod In line tn alcn un he aaid and fr Ihe moral effect 1 'otter county growera were urg ed tn algn In auffk-lent nuinl-r to ganlxe a ba-al. ri.rae I- Hubert, a lurge grower or the county exprei-d approval of the movement a far a he know, and indi- TAMPA, Ha.. March 1. It H K Philadelphia Xallonala 4 S 0 Wahlngton American 7 U Welnhart. 1U 11 and Itherow. rei- era; Courtney. Mogtidge, Xachary and Oharrlty, Plctnlch. LDGRL BOXERS READY . for bqut it mini WICHITA FALL. March . U H K Kana City American A'n I H Wichita Kail. Texaa league 4 7 1 HeynohlN, lllnea. Orona. ramptaii. j ng-r and Oaterfvlt; Huth. Ihrnugh. ind Kitchen. iwtetl that he may Join In. (nit wanted m imiMHtiinltv for further inveatiga-, don flrt. The Hltlon of llola-rt w the imaltlon of other pni-nt. and an- iihei- mwllim will lie lif-eNry lie- fnra an ,trau nlcit Inn la foritll-d In Alll- aiillo. A. K. tllor. a member of the 1 Puutiai l.nal ui-i-oiniMtiled flecn-tary IV 1,1 and thev eXIH-i-aaed their puriMiee f f-alltne another meeting In Anmrlllo at aonie dale vet to lie determined Uimn, in ihe meantime, titctilating llieraiure i among the farmer giving more d-lull of th oixanlrullon than they have yet ha.l ' The coet for Joining the National A- ocuttion I 110. Th fund arlnlng from mrnihorahlp fee, are neceanary, rodd explained lo pay Ihe expenae of . nritunltatlon. The affaire of Ihe Texaa AMoi-uttion, If It liecome an entity, ac- cording lo Itie term or the contract, -III la eoverm-d by a Ixaird of II dl- ni-tor. The dlrectwa are lo be chown one from each of 10 dlatlict Into whl n I the atate I divided. One director alao la In l nuinlniiti-d bv the lireatdent of the Htute Agricultural College. I The neinlera In each dlatrlct are re. inliwl to meet annually for a primary i eU-tlon tn a-le-l one name In each die- trit t to lie lireeented a the niHnlnee in reon-aiil hut dintrlct. ' Huch nMiilne-a iiiiihI la elected a director at Ihe gen eral meeting. IP III ?m I Between Oct 1st. 1920 and July 31, 1921 Hill Li haty st tela BM PROTECTION mi i RAIL OFFICER TRAIN KKKYICK WIIJ. UK RRSIM. Kli ,H SOON AH I1IUIM.K.S ARK KKPAIRKIt. ba-al "narewtu- ring" paid II.E0O. be- nnia known IimIiv at the tirellmlnary hearing of the five men a r rented In Ihe cane. Dink Ott. one of the men held, ad mlii.ul ihni a enmoanlon bouahl Ihe chalk for morphine In Xew Uiieana. and thnt he wa to receive part of tn nmcvmt: That thev had been fleeced. he dl 1 not know until the report of the rhrmlat aa read In court today, uti .wa lound over lo await action of th grand Jury. The other four men were re- Iwiaed. I- I The Panhandle Athletic Aaaoclat on tight team will go to Canyon Tueedaj tnatead of Monday aa prevloualy an nounced. The bout will be ataged In the Went Texaa Htate Normal Hrhno. auditorium at eeven thirty. " . iiot.la.tn the Accoruing i - leant I in belter ahai than II aa in the prevloua fmhta and haa been rein forced In weight, eliminating the ban Which prevailed al Ihe aerie, roth a in Canyon two week. ego. In conversation wun n-i-" . .....i Ncwa manager H.d4an ' we are going to Canyon with a real Hm thl. time: we are not having ; to gc on au.h hort notice and Ullce me have been taking advantage of the r.JZi. lime. The boy a are all In ftne ehap. and the l-am a. i h not ao light aa at the Uirt twain. V . JIc. going to give them a run for their money for aure." The tighter are ten alrong. Hen tbly are: Frank Kueby. IM 1-H.n. la. mil llutchlnmrn. i: h.u..-. -KnVlth. US inmnde: CUn-n.H. Croft 14" Knd'; lllll nuven. 14i l-und.: Ca smith. 160 P'tind: J '" g iial Ihe team lo compete with Ihe Normal a men. and Ihl. -crle. will la worth arcing. , The Panhandle Ainicnr '7'"-""" haTbwd the ry -" -r rtMi 4 athleth' evem a... ihe flral r.m ah.n.1 My S. I the intention of the ,M.vltl..n lo gel iwet Wl.UH.ghby, of ":h..-. ,,,' opening event, ana aiauy The Jap" of El SMao l 10 flnbih. beet two out of thn In Ihe Eel even.. The a. .rr.n. TOUT WORTH. March !. 11 II K Cincinnati Xatlonal 7 6 Chicago Americana S S lllxey, Luque and llargrave; Wlngo ttaveniHtrt. McWecney, Fcnner and 8chnlk. KANSAS CITY FIRE VERY DISASTROUS 'I.YMKS FANNKII IIY HIC.II YVINIW HYMV.K ESTIMATED AT Ql ARTEK MILLION IMIIJ.ARS HARRISON, Ark., March. !. Plana fi- cltlicn iwtrola lo protect the right t way of the Miourl and North Ar- kanea Railroad at varlnua polnta alona the line are lit courae of forma tion, aivordlng lo C. A. Phelnn. receiver and gemial nuintiger of the line. loiwl new'impi-ra pblh-d artk-le thla afternoon attacking th policy fol lowed by the lahc union and "urging the cltlxena to etand by the railroad. I'iielun reiterated tonliihl that the bullillng of two lirtde burned Wcdnea day night would bv completed Wednea- dny or Thuradny and aald that the line would 1 ready to operate early next week If Ihe proptrty la protected. He mild tbut nulling were held at vnrloua iHilnta along the line and tday for the puiHiee of perfecting orgAnixa tlon for the protection of the line. ' PAID FOR MORPHINTiuT ' WAS GIVEN PURE CHALK ri Aworlaled Tn. MRMPIIIS. Tenn.. Mar. !. That the large ahlpmenl of morphine from New Oilcan eelxed here by federal otflcera laat Wek wa nothing but owdered chalk for which an alleged member of Such It Life "Rlghteen year aan 1 had three rib broken, fourteen yai ago my right leg; eleven year ago I nearly went over with tvoboid fever and elnce then have had awful Moimu h and liver Irou lle. Waa filled with B.i liloat all the time. 1 would have colic attack o liad a to become uticonacloua. Xo medi cine helN-d me and durtora advierd an oaratloti. One day talking with a atranger he recommended Mavv'a Wambrful Retnwly, which 'hetial me at once." It 1 a alllilile 'hariulea prruratimt that remove the 'cat'iiihal inu. u from the lutcMtinal 1 trai t and allayn the Inflammation I which cniim-a practliwlly all atomath 1 liver and Inti utinnl ailment. Includ lug apiendlcitl. lne doee will con vlnce or money refunded. Rumlal IVug Co. The Chevrolet Motor Co. make, announcement today that Pchii ers of "490" modeli between October lit, 1920, and July 31, 1921, will receive Refund Certificate. Thee certificate- virtually afsur ing the purchaser of a certain cath refund. The certificates being w sued on the various "490" models as follows: A certificate for $70.00 to Retail Purchasers of a New "490" Chassis, Roadster , Touring or Light Delivery Wagon. : A Certificate of $100.00 to Retail Purchasers of a New "490" Coupe or Sedan. Cart to be purchased tt present liat prices between th bvt date.' a The Chevrolet Motor Co. will redeem these certificates for cash, be tween August 10th, 1921, and September 15ilh, 1921, provided they manufacture and sell in the United States nnd Canada 50,000 mod el "490" cars between January 1st, 1921, and July 31, 1921, inclusive. Last year's production of Chevrolet "490" models was around ZM, 000. The production this year should go well over 50,000 "433. models in the time period mentioned. Come in and let ua talk it over glm Mm 6 a . . . d H. M. Cnidginton 307 Polk St. DEALERS AMARILLO, TEXAS A. W. Ober.te Phono 1830 a m raw Jii"" ' ai-a - - ewi KAN8AH CITY. March Klre .-hb'h aiurtnl a-rlv tin evening at the lunkcn Oalttiiil Iron and metal com any pbmt In Kunaaa City. Kanaa. had cuuaed an eatlumtetl damage of JOO.Oeo to that flim and deetroyed nine Iwelllng houeea nearby up to eight 'rliH'R. The flaniea alao epread to the plant of Ihe llttiiber Cootierage Coin any and a loea of 70iHl la entliiwt.1 ly offlctula of that firm. Fanned by high wind the flumea con Inued lo eprcad raiadly. Klre dciart men! offlrlala aald the fire waa la-yond control but that they bad hoM-a of get- .Ing Ihe altuatton in hand lit a ama-i lime. j Knew llow fur AatanHdille. A New Ytwk man I the Inventor of a three bladed now plow tn be mount ed In front ff an autumolille, the cen ter blade breaking the way lor tn axte FfiEOKLiES Miirh Htinr Out t'nidgblly 8xda. Il.iw to Itemnve t-udly. The w n.aii with lend. r kln dnd M.lli b iHt-uliae It la likely In cover her fate wiih ugly freckle. No matter how thick lo r veil, the pun and wlnda b.ive a alrong tendency M nuke her freckle. Kortunatiiy for h'-r iear or liitnil. tMhlne-dotiMe Xrt-nKth. make It h- alhle for wen thoee moat aueccptlble to heck lea M kw their akin clear and white. No matter how atuhhorn a caae ,f freelilea vou have, the doubl. .lreiutth tuhlne should remove them. :.-t an ounce front your druaglat anil banletl Ihe f reck lea. Money hark If It fall. Company 11 & L. Tranfser and Storage Phone 67 for Storage and Crating 3rd Street on Santa Fe. Phone SO for moving Household Goods, Piano, and Baggage 404 E. 4th Streert We move vour Household Goods and Pianos; Your Baggage from house to house and from depot to any part of city, Your Office Futures; also any land safes, machinery, etc.; anything that can be moved on wheels. We crate and box your furniture and househoM goods, pack your china and cut glass, wrap and burlap carpet, and mattress. Also furnish boxes for yow Pianos, tag and ahip to you any part United States. You do not have to wait for anything. Pay your bill when you receive goods. PHONE US. , , . '