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   Daily Las Vegas Optic (Newspaper) - April 13, 1928, Las Vegas, New Mexico                                t JOUtt ROCKNE NAMES NEW MEXICO COACH AS AID IN SOUTHWEST N M M I FnotUI Mcnlor Will Make Tom of biropc as Co worker of N Director fSprcin to The Optic Rcswcll N M April R R Brown tho noted football coach of the New Mexico Military Institute has appointed by Knute pockne as its southwestern representative for the Olympic and European tour which the famous Notre Dame coach is conduct ing the coming summer Brown will make the trip across with the Rockne party and will be in charge of the New Mexico Military Institute stu dents and others in this section who want to see the international classic at Amsterdam and tour the Continent Capt Brown is a popular figure in athletic activities in this area and has been a prominent factor in football for mere than twenty years He has been head coach of football at Tulane Virginia Poly the University of North Carolina and tit Washington and Lee He has fcen at the Military Institute since 1910 and since then has won the championship of the Southwestern Conference several times Brown was a star halfback and full back at Dartmouth in 1900 and 1901 when he was mentioned favorably for the AllAmerican eleven in those years Capt Erown announced today that the cost ofthe tour which includes ocean passage and all hotel expenses end travel en the Continent is unusu ally low and states that if there are any college students or others in this section who contemplate going abroad this summer he will furnish them with full particulars of the trip on application or written request at the New MexicoMilitary Institute Rockhewill be in personal charge of hisOlympic Tour and the group willi sailfrorrf New York on the crack Cunard liner Carmania Friday July 20 Fbr he homeward trip the Trans ylvaniawill be used in order to give his undivided attention to the project Rockhe has given us the greater part of his coaching schools this summer whichhave netted him anhu OUT OUR WAV MA DowT LISSOM SEE UVE A U THE GKKAT GRAND 00 OFHURLING FAME VANQUISHES CHAMPION PIRATES WITHOUT A RUN Mi J Mo wl Allen t The tour promises to be the most en SPORTING WORLD TURNS ATTENTION TO ANNUAL OLYMPIC CLASSIC WHILE ATHLETES CONTKT FOR BY ALAN J GOULD Associated Press Sports Writer New York April 13 tus sle of the talent for places on this joyable ever sponsored by an American years American Olympic track and to the Continent The journey willfield team will be oh from coast to take six weeks with a seven days coast in short order It is already un stay at Amsterdam for the track and day way in the balmier blimea of the field portion of the Olympic games Pacific coast while the eastern and Rocknes tour has been mapped out middle western stars will have their from an educational standpoint as first big outdoor teats in the great re well as entertaining Historical places lay carnivals the end of this month at will be visited in seven countries FOUR NATIONS INVITED Continued from Page Eriand and submitted in a general way the posed by M Briand States last June Pennsylvania and Drake Universities Hence it isnt strange to find the ex perts already out with form sheets and pencils figuring how the sectional lists m Tnr A TV fareIn getting tickets onthe boat INTO PLALfc IKhALl to Amsterdam If present prospects mean the East will fill nearly half the ranks ofthe track and field team Ninety places will be available and weir quali fied observers figure that 44 of these prepared I will be grabbed off by eastern perform ers The same calculations allot 22 places to the Middle West 14 to the Pacific cpast 8 to the Southwest and 4 to the South far as the proportion goes it is about the same as that In the make up of the 1924 team that went to Paris It was a bigger array that year total treaty the United to sign Its language a identical with the origina to reaty pro United the u The four United States would Informed as promptly aS mJfy venient whether they are in a posi tion to give favorable consideration to the conclusion of a treaty such as transmitted and if not what specific modifications in the text would make it acceptiblc With the note and draft treaty were presented a copy of the text of M Briaridsorgiinal proposal and copies of all the correspondence on the sub ject between Prance and ths United States which have been made public heretofore The views of the two goV The Middle West has Locke and Al ei man in the sprints Kubbard Jn the FIGHTS LAST NIGHT Orover Clnvfifand Alexander rUll wJUi dignity Ihc of Ahx the Great The burden of 41 summers not to mention winters apparently rests upon the broad nhouldcrs of I this old knight of the bawball warn Entering upon hie 18th major league season he turned back the champion Ilrates without a run in the lists at St Louis yesterday while his Cardinal mates triumphed by 5 to 0 Alexanders effectiveness In keeping the Corsairs seven singles well scat ered puts a more threatening aspect n the Cardinal pennant hopes Fig ring exhibition performances in the pring training exercises it marked ilneteen scoreless Innings for the vet ran right hander Alexander con Inced the fans that he retains his uperb control of curves and speed Frankie Frisch the Fordham flash came in for his share of honors in making the Bucaneers walk the plank by producing his second home run in as many days scoring behind Holm who had tripled Opposing old Alex on the hill was Burleigh Grimes who was back in Pittsburgh harness after an absence of ten years during which time he played with the Robins and Giants Inci dentally Johnny Gooch was backstop ping for the spltballer and It is un derstoodhe will have that assignment permanently The Cincinnati Redlegs jolted the Chicago Cubs for the second consecu tive day this time by 9 to 3 a sixrun flurry in the eighth Inning breaking a tie of threeall With the bases loaded and two down in the eighth English bungled in fielding Kellys roller allowing a run to trickle in Be fore the Bruins recovered their poise hutl pllwl on ioirn talllcK put sime on iw Although the experts mlrgated UK HI Louis Browns to the lowest subway level of the American league circuit they broke out In typical Mlssourlan manner with another decision over the Detroit Tigers 7 to 2 en abled them to share the crest for iin sther da Indians Making his debut with the Browns By tho Associated Press Ft Thomas Williams Toledo won newspaper decision ove Willie Yap Indianapolis Canton Christincr Akro knocked out Qucntin Romero Roja Chile Davenport Uhlan Califor Jack Ogden formerly of the Baltimore Internationals hurled a steady game against four opposing twirlers White hill Carroll Stoner and Smith The exHoly Cross star Carroll blew up in the eighth five runs crossing the plate i for rfuitolf a loublr and n The Ghiciifjo White fo dlanfi by 10 t 1 but other Cleveland bJ 1 Langfords thrcebayger Icson on base in the sixth veloplnr proved to be the of victory Joe Shaute had off his delivery widely distribute received perfect supjiort Cold and wet grounds ness upon tile other big league and the argument opening of the pennant races be delayed until the last week oi i SUBSCIUBE for THE DAILY ANNOUNCEMENT MR G A NEWELL Expert Buiek Mechanic Was sent to us by Bulck Motor Co Factory Branch El Paso 100 BUICK SERVICE Mr G A Newell will work on Buicks only WORK SATISFACTORY OR NO CHARGE Our thop foreman and other machinists will work on general repairing Best Equipped Shop in Southwest MA LOOP MOTOR CO BUICK GARAGE Phone 507W road jump Elkins in the decathlon nlaknocked out Mike Rozgall Omaha t t 1I i i t m f trrt If Q M tilt I j1 longer in the middledistances Taylor Werner Cuhel Kinsey and others in lie hurdles Burg and Osborn in the ilgh jump Schwarzefc and Kuck In he weights The Southwest has a great high lumper inthe Texan Haggard among other stars while the South boasts a fine broad jumper in Hamm and a national champion Baskin in the hur dles The East may claim Sabln Carr but Kayo White New Orleans shad ed Bennle Stanley Tulsa The bone In the human body popu larly called the breastbone Is really known as the sternum and the clavicle is often called the collar bone WHEN GASOLINE AND MOTOR OILS BUST THE BEST ling 116 athletes with the East repre sented by 61 performers the Middle Westby 32 the Pacific coast by 20 the Southwest by one and the South by two Prom this outpost it appears the Far Weet will contribute heavily to the sprints with Borah arid Paddock lead Ing the field as well as to several of the field events where Barnes in the poleVault Houser Krenz and Hoffman in the shotput and discus and King Coggeshall and others in the high ernments Mr Kellogg said were clear ly set forth in thecorresnondence Wishes7 War End The government of the United jump are among the best States as stated in its note of Feb ruary 27 1928 desires to see the in stitution of war abolished Mr Kel loggs note declared and stands ready to conclude with the French British German Italian and Japanese gov ernments a single multilateral treaty open to subsequent adherence by any GOVERNMENT CASE AGAINST WEALTHY OIL MAN RESTED Continued from Page One his home is in Iowa Hahri is a braskan although he sports the colors of tije Boston A Av Scholz came to New YwSironirMlsspuri but HUBSey and Bowman ifi the gprihts Lermond in the distance runs Demarin the marathon McOrath and Adelman in the weights Wells in the hurdles and such quartermilers as Tierney and Barbuti are homebred eastern candl dates hasnt won the Olympic classic marathon In 20 years and even back in 1908at London the laurel wreath was awarded to Johnny Hayes only after hislgreat Italian rival Dor ando had collapsed within sight of the finish and been helped across the line But the 40yearold veteran Clar ence Demar may come through at Amsterdam this summer to cap the climax of a remarkable distancjerun ningh career Demar will haye his first workoutof the spring in the historic Boston marathon next week an event ha has captured five times previously The slim wiry little typesetter prob ably will be Uncle Sarris main hope in the Olypics He was twelfthIn the big meet at Stockholm in 1912 and third in 1924 at Paris Since he seems like most rriarthoners to get better with age this may be Demars year to sport the laurel sprig The Sixteenth Amendment provides for the Income tax The scuppers of are known as deck drains and all other governments binding the parties thereto not to resort to war with one another The government of the French Re public while no less eager to promote the cause of world peace and to co operate with other nations in any practical movement towards that end has pointed out certain considerations which in its opinion must be borne in mind by thosa powers which are mem bers of the League of Nations parties to the treaties of Locarno or parties to other treaties guaranteeing neutrality All Can Join My government has not conceded that such considerations necessitate any modification of its proposal for a multilateral treaty and is of the opin ion that every nation in the world can with a proper regard for its own in terests an well as for the interests of the entire family of nations Join in such a treaty It believes moreover that the execution by France Great Britain Germany italy Japan and the United States of a treaty solemnly re nouncing war in favor of the pacific settlement of international controver sies would have a tremendous moral effect and ultimately lead o the ad herence of all the other governments of the world The discussions which have taken place between France and the United States have thusreached a point where seems essential if ultimate success is to be attained that the British Ger man Italian and Japanese govern ments should have an opportunity for to decide lo what extent if any cxjting commitments constitute a bar to its participation with the United States in an unqualified renun ciation of war he was Inclined toruin for the defense Under stipulation Roberts today read the testimony of Harry M Daugherty attorney general in the Harding cab inet which was given in the FallSin clair trial Daugherty said he knew nothing about the executive order tbrough which it was made possible for Fall to lease Teapot On crossexamination he explained that each department of the govern ment had Its own legal staff He re called no discussion with Denby or Fall regarding the reserve oil problem and did not remember Fall asking him about the legality of the executive or der Roberts brought up the Doheny Elk Hills lease to show what the govern ment charges is the sinister relation hip between the granting of these eases and the exchange as loans or itherwise o large sums of money be ween Fall and Doheny and Fall and Sinclair WE GIVE YOU SERVICE HAYWARD TRANSFER J CKNIEVEL TRUCK LINE A Truck for Every Need REGULAR TRIPS Between Las Santa Fe Albuquerque PHONE 545 Gasoline and Golden Motor Ask for 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