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THE RICHMOND .PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, JTUESDAY, DEC.J 7, 1915
Sports and Athletics
AT JUHIOR IIIGI!
.'iBY. KENNETH D0LLIN8.
Four games were 'played la the 0r
' field." eae last ight.. and almost the
entire; student f bod ttwed ;6ufcJ In-
eo great in the soolj and teams fere
are being organised and ' the craze tor
the game seems to haxe' both bid and
young in its grip. --tm -
The first . game . last' night 'was be
tween Wabash , snd Cornell, the: for
mer winning'; 3-3: It was one - of : the
most exciting , games of the evening,
being 3-0 until the last half minute of
play, when Vore made a fine shot from
the middle of the floor, scoring Cor
nell's only tally. . McBride scored early
in the first half, making a goal from
the side. Mutchner threw -a foul in
the second half. -Summary f "
Vore, 1 1
Yager, f . v" - 0
Mutchner, c ; ..... 0
KeUehbrink." g . 0 .
Sudboff, g' v. . v. . . . ? 0
Totals Vl,,.'. r.ivl
Playerev- ,' V.Q. i
Price, f.T .Vti!S
Thomburg,, f ; ii. .f-'i'ti
McBride, g .;... . . 1
Weasel, g 0
f - . v
BUTLER AT -GARFIELD
", Close scores were the feature of the
games at Garfield for the beat that
Butler coudl do was to make two foul
goals, neither side scoring: from the
'field. HarriB was the star, playing
the floor well and shooticg the, two
fOuls that won the game. 'The defen
sive work of the boys was good at all
times, although they were: a little off
on their shooting. Summary:
Ross, f .-...'
Ljbr, c . . . .
Sharer, g . .
Harris, g . .
.. 0 ,
. . o
' 2 "
Cutler, t .... 0
Miller, f 0
Motley, c . . 0
Zuttermeister, g .... 0
Far wig, g .-0
Indiana fell before the onslaught
of Purdue at Garfield, losing 2-0. The
game was interesting, all the boys ex
tending themselyes to the limit. Run
nels played the best game and score
the only field goal, making a difficult
shot, which enough for his team to
Runnels, f . . .
F.G. Fl.G. , F.
. ... 1 0 " 0
....0 o ' o
. .7. 0 0 ,1
. II 0 0
. .: . o o ' o
...... 1 -
Holcomb, c . . . ,
. t .
,y. . 0l o.
YALE BEATS DE PAUW
Yale made the largest, score of any
of the eight teams which played at
Garfield last night, getting five tallies,
while DePauw, whom they lined up
against got two. Kehlenbrink of the
Yale team showed that he is a star
in the embryo. He plyed like a vet
eran, making all the points -for . his
team, and it was due to his clever de
fensive work that his opponent made
so few points. Summary: ,
Dunham, f . .
Albright, f .-A
Edgerton, g . . .
Hadaman, g ...
. F.G. Fl.G.
fr v o..
Thomas, f .
Calkin6, c .
Kanke. g . .
K. C. STANDING
Won lost. Ave.
Vets ..,.. 22 8 4.733
Spartans ....... 17 13 .567
Rosebuds ....... 15 15 .500
Tipperarys...... 13 17. s.433
Banta Marias ... 14 19 .424
Krawlers 12 21 ,363
DILLON MEET8 FLVNN.
,Jack Dillon, the Hooeier.-mankiller"
Rrill take on Porky Flynn at New York
... II . - , . . I
I KG:A'verage& I
' Player ;
ftoyce .'. . . . i :
iarruu . .... t n
Cronln, W , .
cronin, jr. 41v.w
Crump ..... 1 1
r x. uuiij , , i , . , . 4
Harrington , . . .
1 "4435 '-148
Kllnger . .vi
Mercurio. P.- B. .-.
. . . 30
' - 4787
6' Brien, George .
O'Brien, jr. P. . t ,
Pfelffer, A E. ; ,
Pfeiffer, L. . ....
Zeyen . . .
IN DESPERATE RALLY
PHE6GS TAKE THIRD
After v losing -two iBtraight games- to
the I. H; ' G.lnTthe Business Men's
league race last night the Pheggs man
agett to ttOse -diit-the last game, Win
ning 'by tfaree plns. f 'As the game, was
drawing to -a close -and1 both5 teams
were running neck and heck there was
more excitement than has been Been
on the "Y" alleys In some time. Miller
was high man making ISO for the score
with an average of 177. , Summary
.. . ... i ...-' 4 H. C. -'
Player- 1st.'-'-2d. ;! 3d." Total Av.
Miller- . . . . s190 176 166- 532 -177
Melhuish ... -159 ' "149 142 45150
Ellis ': 137 ' 143 107 B87 129
Haner 157 179 178 514 ' 171
Blind ...... 146 146 146 438 . 146
. 789 793 789 "2321 .. .
1st. 2d. 3d. Total Av.
. 175 128 149 452 150
. 137 125 129 ' 391 130
. 115 142 142 399 133
.. 178 108 184 470 156
. 156 128 138 422 140
761 631 742 2134
VON PAPEN IS ASKED
TO LEAVE COUNTRY
- ' " JOHtMIS:
According to the reports from Wash
lngto:., Captain Franz von Papen, the
German military attache, has become
persona non grata at Washington.
Secretary of State Lansing has asked
Count von Bef nstorff, the German am
bassador for Boy-Ed's and Papen's re
call. JEFF RUNS 5 MILES
ON TRAINING JAUNTS
Ray Jeff rjes.qfrho Js training- for his
fight with 'Terry1 Nelson Of "Philadel
phia, Friday, ajgbt at TEagetf -.ball. aV
tracts a- lot Of" attention- during his
morning, runs" over ja.ijtfcentvrpads.- He
has increased the distance, and goes
from three to five miles-daily. Bundled
up in heavy sweaters and with the per
spiration dripping from him, Jeff hits
the roads at a fast clip.
Several of his trainers have started
out with him, but they, have; always
been distanced after a few blocks,' and
they go back to training quarters de
claring that the pugilist,' would be a
great cross-country runner. ' Yester
day Jeff made' two .miles in seventeen
minutes: v. ;V U 4
Nelson1 is "expected to' arrive here
some time Thursday and, will, rest up
for the battle. .Jeffries will continue
training' until tomorrow night. '
PLAY CLASS CONTESTS v "V
" There will be two games of basket
ball at the high school gymnasium to
night, when ; four -tit the inter-group
teams will play. There is no charge of
admission. , .
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The ...Tipperarys- failed, tpi atoin the
Krawlers last, night at the, jelty alleys
and dropped two although they dwin
the second 'game by brilUant bowling
making. 819.... - Z
After they had won this by such a
decisive score . they threatened ?all
sorts of -dire things were going t hap
pen to the kraw)ers -in : the bedding
game.- each having won one, but their
threat simply inspired the enemyr who
scored the highest-numherobf ptits tn
the final. Summary: '':-z
si T-i?Myfciiv4n .-'.ft-
Player- ';'lst? Sd'Sd;' Totil - AV.
Selm i . t .1 . . ". -173 141 154 ' 468 -156
Brennen :L.:152 155 f 10 497 165
Behrlnger : 141 ' 177128 446 "148
W. Cronin .. 138 178 .129 445 148
Llchtenfels . 144 168 163 475 158
Totals .. 748 819 764 2331 i..
Player 1st- 2d. 3d. Total Av.
Klinger 173 186 152 511170
Carroll . . .Y 134 ' 115' 139 38 129
Harrington . 145 136 149 ',. 430 143
Klnsella .... 178 147 191 '516 172
Blind 144 124 167 435 145
Totals . . 774 708 ' 798 2280 .7.
DOLLRiS WILL PLAY
: HA6ERST0WN GAME
f. The Richmond high school first and
second basketball teama yiU , go . to
Hagerstown Friday night ana Jay the
high school boys of that thriyintpwn;;
Ught -practlfee : has 'Ibeen. -taken, by
the locals, and today, their wll con
tinue thefr work,-" after!', which '.they
will rest up' for the games:, . ..
After defeating wCXstfe Rich'
mond expects ffttle troilbe," tn ' ati'n
Hagerstbwh as" they - hearly;
so fast a team at. ihVNewCagtre;
boys. f rf:'::. :7
: On account of an injury to, his noise
BroWn will not be in the game. Parker '
will be moved to forward and .Dollins
will play; in Parker's position at cien-
ter... :, ' .: ';- . . '-. - J
Arlie Doll of Miltoni visited his fath
er, Harry Doll Sunday. .. .Mrs.
Meckel of Muncie, spent last week
with her sister, Mrs. John Kepler....
Mrs. Kate Reisor has returned home
from Muncie, where she visited her
sister, Mrs. Bushnell Karl Hoel and
wife visited his mother Saturday
Rav Dnll and fa.milv visited her nar-
ents, Dr. and Mrs. Facler.at Dublin
iihflayT . ftlattesMf tBis0 bcruight th e
Beck property east of 'town and will
take;, possession al; puce,,, .David
Bertfifch is havfeg aV slate rob put "on.
his house. . . .Mr. and Mrs. ?raitin had
as their g'uest hr brother from Green
field, Sunday.. ..Mr. and Mrs...M. N.
Brouse returned Sunday evening, from
Eaton, phid, where they attended the
funeral of their son, Dr. Forest, who
died at" the hospital in Detroit.
True Secret of Keeping -
(Tha Baautjr Skr.
Th real secret of keeping young-look
Ins and beautiful," says well-knows
hygienlst, "is to keep the liver and bow
els normally active. Without these re-"
Qulaltee, poisonous waste products rt
tnain In the aystem, polluting the blood'
and lodging in varioua organs, tlssuna,
Joints. One becomes flabb;, obeae. nerv
puB. mentally slusKlsh, aull-eyed. - wrin
kled and sallow of face.
"But to get liver and bowels working
u they -.ousht. without sroauelasi evil
ajier-enecia, nas oeen tne problem
tunately. there is
a prescription -or un
questioned merit, wbiefe may .now
In convenient tablet Harm. 4ts iralMe la
due largely to. M ingTedleM derived from
the humble May apple, or Its root, which
has been., called ..'vegetable ,-calomei' be
cause of Its eftectlveneaa-rthouah of
course ' tt Is not to be classed with th
real calomel of mercurial orlain. There
i bo -babiWormlnt; constituenfiir senta
neV . tablets that'; .the namend theil
use la ' not followed by weakness or ex
haustion. On the contrary, these harm
less vegetable tablets tend to impart
tone and 'elasticity to. the. relaxed Intes
tinal wall. Sentanel tablets, which may
be procured from any druKzist a dime"
worth will do will prove a revelation fj
ear ajoastioated. liver-troubled peraoSMT
THE - A TDOP A TThTI? TPTtnTTT ATPTOTT?
950 r.!Ell AT:i70aK
ItJ IiAPORTE PLAiJT;
OF fl RUr.TELY CO.
: Thr aren't enough ' men in . Im
port to meet the demands of the
Rumety. company for labor,' said Fin
ley P.' Mount, receiver of that com
pany, today at LaPorte. "We lie
obliged, to lmportr men ao4ctie -inter-urban.
Is now bringlnc over . about; 90
nienj , every, day ', from Michigan-. . City.
The thresher plant here is now-making
more machines than It ever' did. before.""-
v f r "
The foundry has mahy men 'employ
ed ; and is very busy. : ; Th thresher
plant Is going full blast to fill requisit
ion for 1,450 separators, while the Oil
Pull plant Is runnjng with a. goodly
number of men; The Studcliakei' order
is W; requiring many men.-''"! "ad
dition':to this 125 new oil-pulls, type
E, " two cylinders, are 1)eihg tnanufaCt
tured, together with 100 type. F, single
cylinder oil-pulls. One hundred gas
pulls will be manufactured this year
and 750 of the small tractors pulling
two and three plows. There were 130
men added to the ' working force, in
LaPorte last week, bringing the num
ber employed here to nearly 960 men.
Deaths in Preble
MARTHA J. MURRAY.
NEW PARIS Jfrs. Martha J. Mur
ray, aged 67 yearB, died Saturday noon'
at her home, east of New Paris, after
several weeks' illness. Funeral serv
ices were held "Monday "afternoon "at
two o'clock from the home, Rev. J.
Vance in charge. Four sons, E. O., E.
J., C. A. and Elwood, and two daugh
ters, Mrs. Cora Swisher, Dayton, and
Miss Ethel, who resided, at .home, snr-M
ylve, Mrs., Murray ..was a life-long"
member of the Presbyterian . Church,
and was the widow of the late James
Murray- . " : .' V , y .
t Thee special committee of 4bDfttids
is"-inaking mrraagements: for an all: day
celebration .- New,' Yws.'. iday:-The
committee was appointed at; the last
meeting and -made a- partial report to
the lodge last evenlng that plans were
well under way. Five candidates were
given the first degree last evening.
After the work refreshments were
HOT TEA BREAKS -
A COLO TRY THIS
Get a small package of Hamburg
Breast Tea, or as the German folks
call it, "Hamburger Brust Thee," at
any pharmacy. Take a tablespoonful
of the tea, put a cup of boiling water
upon it, pour through a sieve and
drink a teacup full af- Sn lifthfc. 1jt; li)
the most effective way to break a cold
and cure grip, as it opens the pores,
relieving congestion;" Also loosens he
bowels, tlrus'brtaking- a-sold at fence. -4
- It is inexpensive "ahd entirely Vege
table, therefore harmless.-J-adv.
On and after Thursday, Dec. 9,
CITY CARS WILL STOP
On near side of street to receive and discharge passen-
Indianapolis V. S. Richmond
SATURDAY AS USUAL
A competent instructor, Mr. Sutton, in charge to assist beginners.
VUfli lLtV JJi , XL ILUil-ini U UMil-i
r k(X$ (
Eosofi's "VANITY FAIR
; ; .tCOiftoued From Paaa On
dartcMat of Justice' Jurisdlctiou over
til aeraons who conspire against th
neutrality of the nation.
-Such creatures of passion, disloyalty
and . anarchy must be crushed oni, he
said, y "They, are, not 'many, but, they
are infinitely malignant and the-hand
of oar power vhould close over -them
aVonce.--"--' : A
As .was., expected, the president pht
(h matter 9I raising the funds need
4 V for - the 'preparedness - program
sanarely ' -up "Tongress. 0 He iJealt
with ft tn the abstrket,- suggestiflg the
proposed increase In the income tax,1 a
one 'percent1" gasoline--and
mtptha, zit tax ioi - automobile horsed
power, a? ktampl taradDf bank cheques
and taxes on pigfron, fabricated iron
and' steel. '-': -
The" -president, however, took beca
slotr to declare that there Was -no
"immediate or particular danger"
growing - out of - the relations of. the,
United States with other nations.
Leaves Domestic -Problems --
So far as the purely domestic prob
lems are concerned, the president ex
plained that he believed he could leave
them to the discretion of congress.
The industries of the country, he said,-
must be available and ready .for mo
bilisation. Intelligent federal aid, he
said, must be given to stimulate Indus-
. ONE DOSE OF
MAYR'S Wonderful Remedy Should
Convince You That Your Suf
fering Is Unnecessary.
A million people, many right in your
own 'locality, 'have taken Mayr's Won
derful Remedy for Stomach. Liver and
Intestinal Ailments, Dyspepsia, . Pres
sure of Gas Around the Heart, Sour
Stomach, Distress 'After Eeating,
Nervousness,, Dizziness, Fainting
Spells, Sick Headaches, Constipation,
Torpid Liver, etc., and are praisiiA. it
highly to other sufferers. 'Get a bottle
of your, druggist today. This highly
successful Remedy has been taken by
people in all . walks of life, among
them Members of Congress, Justice
of the 'Supreme Court, Educators,
Lawyers, Merchants, Bankers, Doc
tors, Druggists, Nurses, Manufactur
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lasting benefffmnd tt should be equal
ly successfully in your case. Send for
freeivaluable booklet on Stomach Ail
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For sale by druggists everywhere.
AdV;. -.. v- , v- -
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A. GORDON, Superintendent.
saM1 mm BMi W aa i a-
Feature Service Offers the Sev
The English language boasts no
1 1 greater novel The American
- stage knows no greater .star
.'.than Mrs. Fiske. .
: lr amir .
trial and vocational education. A
rural credit plan and a ship parchase
act. have been promised tne people,
he said, and the promise should be
kept. But so tar as the """gM con
ditions, that are expected to develop
when the war in Kurope ends are con
cerned, the president said that he later
would address congress on what must
be done, to meet them. ' -
He also, suggested a commission of
inquiry to ascertain whether oar laws
as at present: framed : are aa service
able as they should be in the solution
of the transportation problem. Such
an inquiry, iq his opinion, is absolu
tely' necessary ..
an conclusion the president said:
v Tor what we are seeking now. what
in my m ted is the einale thouxht of
this message; is national efficiency and
security - We serve a' great nation.
We -should 'serve it in the spirit of Its
peculiar genius. It Is the genius of
common men for self Government. In-!
dustry. justice, liberty and peace. We I
snould-see to it that it lacks no in
strument no facility or vigor of law
to- make it sufficient to play its part
with : energy, safety and assured suc
cess. In this we are no partisans, but
heralds and prophets of a new age."
Throw off the handicap of
petty ills that make you
grouchy, listless and de
pressed. Get at the root of
your ailments dear your
digestive system of impur
ities, put it in good working
order-rkeep it healthy with
They act promptly on the
stomach; liver and bowels, re
moving waste matters and pu
rifyingUthe blood Not habit
f orming, never gripe, but leave
therprgans stwwgthenedS To
succeed in life, or .work,' first'
have a healthy, body. Thisia
snous remedy will do much to
Laraa Sato al Aay
SaW nitnt la
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V MOVING DRAYING
: ORA MONGER,
Residence Phone 3137. 1 1 S. 7th St. Phone 2746.
I have moved my Law Office from the Hittle
Building to Rooms 3 1 2 and 3 1 3 COLONIAL
-. Building. Immediately; over the Five and Ten
Cent Store: Telephone number unchanged.
I No. 1818. ' . .
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