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PV Other skits included "America First" by the Delta Alpha Chap ter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, written and directed by James Bobbit, who turned in a sterling performance as "Dr. Ralph Bun- Contipued on page 4 i *Art€M y£rwmk'm h^4: *5 7 "v-« DAYTON, OHIO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1951 VOL. IX—NO. 8 PRICE FIVE CENTS First "Jabberwock" Is Good Entertainment By GEORGE LAWRENCE Alpha Delta Sigma Chapter of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority has every right to be extremely proud of their first annual "Jabberwock" which came off last night at|the Palace Theatre. It was chock full of good, clean entertainment and at times displayed all the meaning and urgency of our times. Mildred Carter Simmons, general chairman of the event, has established herself as a pro ducer of unlimited ability. She, of course, had a magnifi cent team, 100 percent behind her. Space will not permit a detail ed report of last night's perform ance, but we would like to single out a few of the highlights. This writer completely agreed with the panel of judges in select ing, in this order, the winnfers of the competitive skits: the WiJber force Players Guild in "One World or No World," written and directed with great agility by Leonard Archer Alpha Phi Al pha Fraternity in "Simple Speaks His Mind," adapted from the Langston Hughes book and direct ed by Ambrose Nutt and the Al len Players in "All's Quiet," writ ten and directed by F. Arlington Young. Near-Zero Weather Is Forecast For Week End Near-zero 'v.her, resulting from cold air currents blowing down from northern Ohio tonight, was predicted for the Dayton-Mi ami Valley region by weather fore casters today. The cold wave is due here early Saturday morning but will give way to slightly warmer currents Saturday evening and Sunday, ac cording to the forecast, which add ed "there is a possibility of snow flurries Sunday, and Monday and Tuesday will be colder again." The temperature here dropped to the six-degree mark early this morning following a light snow fall Thursday night. Slippery streets resulted in traffic being slowed to a crawl r" $ vm v*r ?/. **•. -*'1 w»iH»^ i."y •yFavfcX", ^$Oi flCH I 'WifWr^ mi: Youthful Drug Addict Held On bond Of $1,000 Not too sure of whether he was 17,-48 or 19 years old, Don ald Neal Patterson, of 970 Wash ington street told the detective as sembly, "maybe" he was 18. He was arrested by Ptl. C. E. Wilson Sunday with 10 capsules of herion and turned over to the Federal Narcotic authorities who •remanded him to the Hamilton County (Cincinnati) jail in de fault of a $1000 bond. According to police, Patterson had purchased the dope from a west side peddler. He is on parole from the Boy's Industrial School at Lancaster and is said to be the youngest dope user to appear.be fore the. federal agents here. in several sections of the city,-ami city hospitals reported over 30 persons were treated for fall in juries Thursday and Thursday night. Two Motorists Fined, By Municipal Judge Chief Justice Paul Sherer fined Georgfe Vfenable, of 2348 German town st., $25 and costs for mak ing the wrong turn in traffic, but suspended the fine on condition of future good behavior. Charged with driving while drunk, James Clark, 537 W. Third St., was giv en a fine of $50 and costs and had his right to drive revoked for one year. John Williamson (Both Of Them) Held By Police Two men by the name of John Williamson, both 31, and living at the same Cincinnati address, apr peared in the police line-up Thurs day morning and told police they were salesmen "specializing in fur coats." John Reed Williamson said he was a cousin to John (no middle name) Williamson (or the last John is a'cousin to the first-John), and that they are originally from New Orleans. Their most recent address was 7,055 E. Long Drive, Cincinnati. Police tagged them "roving salesmen" and held them for in vestigation. Publisher UrgeST" Home Rule For American Lands SAN JUAN, 'Puerto- Rico, Feb. 9. (ANP Col. Robert-R. McCor mick, editor- pdblise* of the Chi cago Daily Tribune, went out on a stump for ''home rule for all American lands," during a radio intei*view here. The publisher and his wife arrived here from the Vir gin'Islands on the last leg of their air tour of the Caribbean area. Home rule, a popular idea with Puerto Ricans, provides that each land in the Americas be granted he rights of self-government, long-enough to be within themselves independent and sovereign states. Earlier, at St. Thomas in the Virgin Islands, Col. McCormick expressed thfe hope that he ma live to see every foot of American soil under the con trol of nations of North and South Continued Pajre 4 PERKINS HEARING CONTINUED AGAIN The preliminary e a ring for Sam Perkins, 30, of-319 Pontiac st., charged with first degree mur der of Andrew Jackson Smith, 28, of 119 Sprague st., January 30, has been continued until a later date at the request of his attorney, Albert Scharrar who said he was holding off the hearing until he had a chance to examine the re port of the Coroner.. According to the attorney, it would take about a week to get the report in order. v .- r.'V-'^r "v/ -. -M •f v* «i?i CHAMINADE BEATS DUNBAR 451 Wolverines Lose Last Chance to Ho& BY JIMMIE N, JONES The Dunbar Wolverines, 1950 City Scholastic basketball champions, handed the titie to the Chaminade Eagles on a silver platter at the U. D. Field House in the first half of their all important game last night as they went back to their dressing room on the short 'ad of a 26-14 score. Failure to hit the basket both in field goals, and foul shots spelled doom for the Wolves who made their worst showing of the season. Not only were they un able to cash in on "Bunnies," Lay up and set shots" but were un able to prevent Chaminade's tall Don Shumard and Babe Perkins from scoring at will during the entire first half. Time after time, the Wolves missed one after another of. the( easy shots, and Coach Luther White realised he had made the mistake of depending on Fred Pearl alone to hold the towering Shumard at bay while the big Eagle continued to pour it on throughout the half. And the same vas the case of Perkins, who nade the Wolverines look bad as le had his best night of the sea son. The second half found the Wol ves coming back to life and out scoring the Eagles, but the deficit vvas too great to overcome. With two men, Pearl and Willie Shyne, dosely guarding Shumard, it was .i different game as the Wolves came within one point of tieing the game up at 35-36, but again Woman ...<p></p>Struts: Condition Resorted F*rir Mrs. Ida Painter, 55, of 231 Oxford Ave. was reported in "fair" condition today at Miami Valley hospitr.i she was tak en after beir.j St.by a bus near the greyhov.: us station about 7 30 Thursda. morning. According to police, Mrs. Paint er was walking north across First street when she was struck by a St. John's bus driven by Charles L. Shroyer, 42, of 4941 Blue berry Ave. She suffered severe head injuries. Shroyer was hot held. Eleven-year-old Janet Robinson, of 733 Randolph St., has been re iitv I'cle the difference of fouls by .Shyne who failed on two straight trys (Continued on Page 4) 3 Boys Dip Into "Wishing Wen, lake Gut $2.50 If Three small buys, charged with "dipping too deep into die .wish ing well" set up by the Polio Fund Committee at Third and Main streets, must report to the Juvenile Court, along with their parents, on February 16. According to Joe Horvath, of 400 W. Fourth St., he was stand ing near the well about 6:30 p» m. Wednesday and saw a 13-year old boy helping himself to the po lio fund contributions. Horvath held the boy until arrival of the police. The lad implicated two others who were rounded up and- admitt ed stealing from the wishing velL Police said they took about. $2.50. They were turned over to their parents who were ordered to bring them before juvenile au thorities Feb- 16. a? n ••irtr r* v?*---7 uy leased from Miami Valley hospital where she was treated for shoulder injuries sustained when struck by an auto at the corner of Broad way and Fifth Street about 5 ptm. Wednesday. Man Held Here For Hamilton Police Police here are holding a fu gitive wanted in Hamilton, Ohio. He is Emmitt Paul Folley, 20, of 538 Greencastle st., an employee of the Oakwood Service Depart ment. Folley was arrested by Det. Sgt. James B. Hogan and, Det. John Allen, Wednesday.