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Evening capital and Maryland gazette. (Annapolis, Md.) 1910-1922, November 07, 1919, Image 4

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IM WF.ST STREET n - tf ANNAPOLIS. MD.
THE EVENING CAPITAL AND MARYLAND HAZETTE, ANNAPOLIS. MARYLAND, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1910.
IFUR TO FLY WHEN
COLLEGIANS MEET
AGGIES TOMORROW
Contest Will Be A Big Factor
In Race For Intercollegiate
Championship For Year—Lo
cals Are In Fine Trim
GAME TO START AT
10.30 A. M. AT COLLEGE
With the decision of the f-tatc
<himn ion .ship practically depen ling
on the contest which will he pi *yed
tomorrow morning on the local rrid
iron, no effort has been spared during
the past week of training to put the
St. John's football squad in the pink
of condition for meeting Maryland
State College. Coach Lentz has put
the team through spells of final polish
ing in all the points of the game, and
the men appear now to he equal for
the roughest scrimmage and in the
finest business of handling the ball.
Two days ago the men were given
their orderp for early sleeping hours
in preparation for the game with
State, and today they are being worked
out carefully with a very light pro
gram. Encouraged by the success
witli which the team has brought hack
victories in the three games played
in the State thus far. Coach Lentz has
the confidence of the college and all
the backers of St. John's. Every day
during the week there have been num
bers of rooters along the side lines as
the first team was tried out with the
scrubs, and those who have watched
the work declare that the team is
among the best that they have ever
seen at St. John's. Its weight is good
and its work, as a machine, could not
apparently be improved upon.
All of the games this season have
seen some of the St. Johnnies under
the weather for one reason or an
other, and there has been a conse
quent feeling of apprehension as to
the ability of the team to pull
through. For tomorrow, however, the
team is to he lined up from the very
best men in the squad, and there are
no bad injuries among them.
The general feeling seems to be
that the team which wins the game
tomorrow will have a very good
chance at finishing the State cham
pionship race victoriously.
Coach Lentz's line-up for the game,
witli the weights of the players, will
lie: f
Left end, Dell, 145; left tackle,
Brown, 170; left guard, Beatty, 1G0;
center, McKenney, 175; right guard.
Wilson. ICS; right tackle, Smith. 176;
right end. Ban field, 1">8; quart ei back.
Sender, 140; left halhack, Kirkpat
rick, 140; right halfback, Robertson,
i;>0; fullback,
RITCHIE HEADED
TICKET OFFICIAL
% CANVASS SHOWS
(Continued From Page One)
ready for a contest in the event the
expected happened and Mr. Ritchie
nosed through a winner in complete
official returns. If the unexpected
happens and Mr. Nice noses through
in the lead, the Democrats probably
will begin talking contest. The Demo
crats, in cAntrol of the Legislature,
have the vantage grounds in contest
proceedings.
Complete official returns from the
counties in the fight for Attorney-Gen
era!, received late last night, made
Alexander Armstrong, Republican, the
victor over Thomas J. Keating, Demo
crat, by LIS votes. That race was even
closer than the one for Governor. Mr.
Keating's only chance is that whicn
Mr. Nice has in the Governorship fight
—the possibility that the complete of
ficial returns in the city will make a
change. The votes for Mr. Keating
and Mr. Armstrong now stand 106,753.
and 106,891, respestively.
Caleb C. Magruder. who has been
Clerk of the Court of Appeals for 12
years, won re-election, defeating Wil
liam L. Marcy, his Republican oppon
ent, by 1.214. The votes were: Ma
gruder. 105,860; Marcy. 104,646. There
has been no question of the election of
Major E. Brooke Lee, Democrat, to
the Comptrollership since the city
votes were in. The complete figures
give him 5,276 plurality. His vote
was 109,387 to 104.111 for Col. Amos
W. W. Woodcock. Republican.
Polish Children Scouts
Brest-Litovsk. —Boys and girls from
the districts around Brest-Litovsk
have combined into a “North Poland
Boy and Girls Scouts’’ organization.
They held a convention here this week
and unanimously voted to put their
entire membership at the disposal of
the American Red Cross in sorting
refugee and preparing t&eui
for distribution.
T X/L n your head feels 1 ;ke
r r IcGTI a basket of broken
bottles—you need
BEECHAM’S
• PILLS
Stomach or bowel dis
order poisons the blood
and thus irritates the
rest of the body.
Larrot Sale of Any Medicine in the World.
Sold vvery*here, la bucc, 10c„ 25c.
ELECTION CAUSES
DULL SESSION OF
CO. COMMISSIONERS
Board Will Tfret Thursday Of \ext
(Week Because Tuesday Is
“Armistice Day**
| Although the Board of County Com
missioners did not hold their regular
r weekly meeting until yesterday, in
stead of Tuesday, the regular day. the
condition having been brought about
-by the election of Tuesday, there be
;ing only one item of general business
to demand the attention of the offi
i cials.
This was the approval of the certl
j, fioate of insanity in the case of Eliza
"'jbeth Green, colored, filed jointly by
| Dr. Thomas S. Brayshaw. and Dr.
P ; James S. Billingslea. The patient
e was thereupon ordered committed to
( the Colored Insane Hospital at
ICrownsville. this county, at the ex
ipense of the County,
g j Next week's meeting of the County
o Commissioners also will he held on
\i Thursday instead of Tuesday, owing
i ;to the fact that the latter day is Ar
t jmistice Day, and all public officials
i-| will participate in the ceremonies to
1 T>e held here.
I AUTOMOBILE* HITS
* TEN-YEAR-OLD GIRL
! Emma Harrington, a ten vear-old
b colored girl, was struck this morning
1 bv the automobile of M. F Alton, the
child sustaining injuries which, it was
■ at first thought, might be serious. Af
' ter she had been tpken to the Enter
v genev Hospital, however, it was found
* unnecessary for her to remain there.
and she was sent to her home at 27
' Acton Lane after treatment was ad
1 ministered.
? Benj. F. Butler Recovers From Illness
Having recovered sufficiently from
an illness of several months, Benja
min F. Butler, for a number of years
■ a clerk in the office of State Comptrol
ler Hugh A. McMullen, has returned
to Annapolis and for some time was
Spnflned to his room here, suffering
from a complication of troubles. La
-1 ter he was removed to his home in
Baltimore county, where his condi
tion slowly, but steadily improved. Mr.
. Butler has received the Congratula
tions of many friends over his recov
’ ery. He is a member of Annapolis
Lodge of Elks. i
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f W. GRIFFITH’S]
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Every art has its Golden Age, bringing those won
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master artist of the screen has brought to us a
creation of such exquisite wonder and beauty, of
such haunting charm and purity, that all else
seems as of yesterday.
After playing 137 times at the Geo. M. Cohan
Theatre, New York, at $3.00 a seat
TO BE SHOWN AT THE
Republic Theatre
TOMORROW and SATURDAY, NOV. 7 and 8
MATINEE AND EVENING
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MATINEE
First Performance 2:30 P. M. children, 25c„ Including war tax First Performance 7P. M.
Second Performance 4:15 P. M. Adults, 35c.; war tax 4c.' Second Performance 8:45 P. M
______ EVENINGS
AH seats 35c., war tax 4c
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Tfio Annual Meeting of the stock
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