Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - April 14, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma
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ADA, OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, APRIL 14, 1919
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KOFF, Okla., April 14. (Special)
Tilt* County Track Meet held at Heft Saturday was pronounced by all to be the most successful meet ever held in the history of the County organization There were twelve schools of the county represented. Muon credit for the success of the meet is due the school people and business men of Roff for the splendid manner in I which they handled the large attendance, and the spirit of co-operation and interest manifested. l*rof. Newcomb. of the Normal assisted in the meet. Prof. Floyd and Mr. E. I*. Patterson acted as judges of the track events, and Mr. Garrison of Fitzhugh and E. F. Brammell acted as judges of the held events for ('lass A and Glass ll respectively.
In the Literary events Kofi won the Loving Cup in ('lass A and the Tenant in Class B.
Roff also captured the Loving Cup in the Track and Field events in Class A.
Canyon Springs was the winner of tin1 pennant in the Track and Field events of ('lass B.
Summary ct pointe won by each school. Five points was allowed for first place, three points for second place and one point for third place.
I las*. A Scli«H*l*.
Track and Field Event*.
Roff, winner of meet.........53
Lula.. ... *•
( ln-ss ll School*.
Track and Field Events.
Canyon Springs, win. of nwt . 42
XII NIST WI OK WAR MOBBED ANI) SOVIET TROOPS PREPARING pxm ATTACK.
FIELD DAV WAS A GREAT SIC. CESS, IH T INHERES GOOD MEN.
Ily tin* A**o<iateU Pres*
Berlin, via Copenhagen. April 14.
A Dresden dispatch to the Vos-sische Zeltung says an assult by soviet forces on the citadel of Neustadt section of the city on the right bank of the Elbe river Is expected. Frontier troops from Pinna, southeast of Dresden, have established themselves near the Catholic church to defend the northern end of Friederick Augustus brfdge.
Dresden, the capital of Saxony, was the scene of a violent outbreak resulting iii the killing of Herr Neur-I ing, minister of war, by infuriated i
Alien in winning pole the Field Meet Friday, had breaking one of the arm. The fracture may stiff arm and has put him Meet. This is
fall, iii his
All round man Clay) A Georj Washington of Roff, 34 points.
man Class B—Frank Canyon Springs, 28
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VIENNA. 'Via Copenhagen!. April ll.- British military authorities here have ‘■’(inhi! notice on Dr. Otto Bauer, foreign minister of German Austria, that the British government has au-thor!zed him to declare that if disorders occur in German Austria, all imports, including food and raw' materials. w ould b< immediately and entirely stopped.
Bauer was told that the reason for this step was that it was of supreme importance that the allies should have undisturbed communications through German Austria with allied and new states Timidly to the allies.
German Austria has been the field for Bolshevik! propaganda since the triumph of the Bolshevists in Hungary and grave fears have existed con cern In i- the possible overthrow of the present Austrian government and the setting up of a soeiet republic, cutting the allied communication with Czechoslovakia, Poland and other states.
PARIS NEWSPAPER REPORTS EHA NGK MARR IN si VI HI \s MEST PAY.
By ’ i.» AsmwuiFmJ Pre**
PARIS, April 14. Alarmed by the result of a by-election at Hull last week to fill a vacant seat in Parliament, Premier Lloyd George of (iteat Britain, according to the Echo de Paris, has persuaded the council of four lo revamp completely th* Financial plan to be incorporated n the peace treaty. Instead ut a payment of 2k,OOO,000,-o*mi france at once on account, and annual payments to be fixed by a column mod, it has been decided to fix ai once the amount Germany will have to pay within fifty years. As indicated by this newspaper 2 50.000,OOO.(HH) francs ($50,000.-000.ono ) has been agreed upon. including all war damages and cost of pensions for allied soldiers. Other newspapers do not mention such change in the fermi.
\ ii* it tier Version PARIS, April 14. der the peace treaty.
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Germany, un* must pay $5.-!is equivalent
May 2. 1921-1 ’ issue to the allies and associated governments: f20.000,OOO,OOO of interest bearing bonds payable in installments during a fifteen-year period with interest at either 2 or 3 percent until 1020. The bonds will probably be controlled by a Central allied com-m it tee so they shall not be marketed in quantities sufficient to break; the price.
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Memories are best preserved in photographs good photographs the kind we make. If you haven’! done so, yon should have them taken NOW. Phone 34 for appointment.
.1. A. Tomlinson Dead.
J. A. Tumlinson died Sunday at I the home of hie son-in-law and daugh- j ter, Frank Bishop and wife, 830 W. 9th. The body was taken u> Crocks-* dale, Tex., today for interment. The funeral service was held this morning ’ at lo o’clock conducted by Rev. C. C. | Morris, pastor of the First Baptist church.
Deceased was 53 years of age. He is survived by a son and three daugh-,
Bring in tnat picture and let me frame It for you.—C. A. Cummins.
AU round Norman ot points.
Roff was the winner in base ball in both ('Lass A and Class B.
I In** A.
Declamation Edgar Dixon. Roff. first place.
Reading Bessie Dowdy, Roff, first; Eveline Turf, Francis, second; Pauline Austell*-. Center, third.
Piano Chlorine Smith. Roff, first: Francis, second.
Mixed Chorus Roff, first.
Girls Chorus Fiances, first; Roff. second.
Debate Roff first place over Van-oss.
Declamation—Kenneth Hill. Roff. first; . Lawrence, second.
Reading Bernice Allen. Roff; first; Eveline Turf. Francis, second; Lady May Amrelle, Center, third.
Piano Geneva Heathman. Roff. first; , Francis, second.
Spelling Nova Bonner. Roff, first; Lucy Edw ards. Steed man, second.
Penmanship— Francis Pickens. Roff, first.
Track and Field Event* t la** A.
lo0-yard Rash George Washington. Roff, first; Lewis Norman, Canyon Springs, second; VV alter Berry. Roff. third. Time IO 2-5 sec.
220-yard Dash George VV ashing-ton. Rots. first; Clyde Rucker. Center. second; Lewis Norman. Canyon Springs .third. Tome 21 2-5 sec.
One Mile Run—Commodore Sutherland. Center, first; Robert Miller. Roff, second; Clyde Rucker. Center, third. Time 5 min. 38 sec.
4 40-yard Run -George Washington. Roff, first; Commodore Sutherland, Central, second; Edgar Dick son, Roff. third. Time; 58 min. 2-;*
8 80-yard Run Commodore Sutherland, Center, first; Robert Miller, Roff, second; Albert Wedlock, Center, third. Time: 2 min. 33 sec.
220-yard Hurdle Lewis ------------
Canyon Springs, first; Edgar Dick- ; son, Roff, second; Walter Berry, Roff, j third. Time 29 sec.
One Mile Relay—Roff. first; Francis, second.
Shot Put—-George Washington, j Roff, first; Lewis Norman, Canyon Springs, second; — Rickets, Lula, 1 third. Distance 43 ft. 7 in.
Discus—George Washington, Roff. J
first;--Rickets, Lula, second;
Toliver, Roff, third. Distance 96 ft.
Broad Jump —Lewis Norman, Canyon Springs, first; Geo. Washington. Roff, second; Walter Berry, Roff, third. Distance 19 ft. 6 in.
Javelin-~Ed Norman, Canyon Springs, first; Clyde Rucker, Center, second; Geo. Washington,
Julian vault in a bad bones cause a
out of the District a great loss to the Ada team, for lie was picked to win the pole vault at the Normal this week.
Charles Cunning, another sure-point winner in the vault and high jump. injured his foot and it is doubtful whether he will be able to participate in the District activities.
Don Evans, who was showing fast form in the 220 and and 440-soldiiis to whom he denied an au- yard dashes, injured his leg and in
dience. He was thrown into the|a|j probability will, not be at his
Elbe river and shot as he attempted j form.
to swim out. Several others are a1- Guy Orr, one of the fastest dasn so reported killed iii the disorders. , men in the District, was technica!-
1 ly disqualified and may not be al-j lowed to enter the District Meet. With the loss of these four men Ada High School has an uphill -job,
I but the team is determined to fight I to the finish.
I In tile Field Meet. Aubrey Kerr.
' captain of the team won individual
honors, but his points did not count
because he belonged to no squad, j Roland Roquemore and several 'other members of the team were not allowed to enetr since they are not doing High School work.
Harvey Neely, one of the big point winners of the day, put the; Sixth squad on the first list. Hardy! Roach of the Fifth squad was third) highest individual winer and his) points put his squad tied with the! Sixth squad for the point Loving I
I In the runs. West. Baker and i Weston showed real form.
I The relay proved to be the most exciting event of the day. The Fifth squad took the lead at the
beginning and held it until Neely of the Sixth squad, running last for his ! team with a great burst of speed on the last lap. won the event for his
.squad. The officials of the day
were; Starter. H. P. Scheinberg; timers and judges. A. L. Fentehi and Coach Rayburn; clerk of course. Guy Orr.
The result* of the Field Day are as follows:
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By ti*#* A**o< rnNhI I’rrs*
PARIS, April 14. The peace i treaty and league of nations* have! undoubtedly reached the final stage, of negotiation, but it is not yet cleai that they are out of troubled water* as they must pass the ordeal of a plenary session of the peace conference and Versailles congress where th* enemy powers will also be represented.
The council of four is understood to ha*e fixed tentative dates ot peace between April 26 and May 5, but no announcement has been mane. The council of four yesterday disposed or virtually all re-! maining matters. The Rhine fron-j tier is now the chief remaining obstacle. This is expected to be the main subject for tin* coming week.
Record* of (Vwipflnf and Track Event*.
< Records of squads in points Dash Squad three 3; squad six
Run Squad 5; squad five
three. 3; . I; first,
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STREM OI S EFFORT TO ( APII RE ( ITA .
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COPENHAGEN, April 14 Ukrainian force* heavily bombarded Lcm-hiirg on Thursday and Friday, many poisons being killed and wounded, according to a dispatch cceived h* t e ti om I hat city.
l^einbu rg figured prominently in the earlier days of the war. the Russian* rapturing it in course of their first rush into Austria and holding it more than a year, it is one of the principal centers of the province of Galicia.
TERMS OE VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN
SSO-Yard squad four,
Pole-vault Squad one. 5; squad
five. I; squad six. 3; first. Allen.
Hjgli Hurdles Squad five. 5-3; first. A. Ketr.
Mile Run Squad three. 5; squad five. 3-1; iirst. Weston.
Broad Jump -Squad three. I; j squad six. 5-3; first. Neely.
High Jump Squad five. 5; squad VV six. 3-1; first. A. Kerr.
4 40-Yard Run Squad three. I;
squad four. 3; squad six. ii; first.
Shot Put Squad four, five. 5-1; first. A. Kerr.
220-Yard Dash Squad ; squad lout . ii; squad six
Discus Squad four, 3; squad 5; squad six. I; tirst, A. Kerr.
Low Hurdles Squad three, 3; squad live. 5; squad six. I; first.
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1 Javelin Squad two. I; squad six. 5-3; first, A. Kerr.
Rel iv Squad three. 3; squad
five. I; squad six, 5.
Totals, Field and Track Squad squad two, I; squad three.
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three. I; 5: first.
MRS. H ARDY NETTLES
DIES AT SAPULPA
Mrs. Etta Nettles, wife of Hardy Nettles, died Saturday morning at their home at Sapulpa. The body was taken to Coalgate where it was interred today (Monday.)
Mr.‘Nettles is the son of W. H. Nettles of Ada. He and deceased were
happily married about three years ago and her unexpected passing is a severe blow to the young husband.
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third. Distance 115 ft. 3 in.
High Jump Lewis Norman, Canyon Springs, first; Ed Norman, Canyon Springs, second; Rickets,
Lula .third. Height 5 ft. 7 in.
Pole Vault—Geo. Washington,
Roff, first; Lewis Norman, Canyon Springs, second; Clyde Rucker, Center .third. Height IO ft. 6 in.
Track and Field Class B.
50-yard Dash—Cole Jo-be, Francis, first; D. C. Cravat. Canyon Springs, second; Byron Rucker, Center, third. Time: Not given.
220-yard Dash—Eddie Berry, Roff, first; Cole Jobe, Francis, second; Frank Norman, Canyon Springs, third. Time: 24 1-5 sec.
880-yard Run—Byron Rucker, Center, first; Cole Jobe. Francis, second; Owen Smith, Center, third. Tim© 2 min. 47 sec.
4 40-yard Run—Cole Jobe, Francis, first; Ow.in Smith, Center, second; Raymond Cottle, Roff, third. Time: I min. 9 sec.
220-yard Low Hurdle—Frank (Continued on page four)
WASHINGTON, April 14.—Terms
Norman the Vlc,or>' liberty Loan were announced today by Secretary Glass. They are: .
Amount $4,500,000,000; oversubscriptions to be rejected.
Interest—4 3-4 per cent for party tax exempt notes, convertible into 3 3-4 per cent notes wholly tax exempt.
Maturity—Four years, with the treasury reserving the privilege of ret during the notes in three years.
The 3 3-4 per cent notes to be Issued later also may be converted subsequently back into 4 3-4 per cent notes.
The 4 3-4 percent securities are to be exempt from state and local taxation excepting estates and inheritance taxes .and from normal rates of federal income taxes.
The 3 3-4 per cent securities are exempt from all federal, state and local taxes except estate and inheritance taxes.
Kansas City, Mo., April 14.—Oklahoma’s quota for the Victory Liberty Loan will be $28,383,050, It was announced today at tenth federal reserve district headquarters. The district’s quota is $195,000,000.
I one. a 18; aouad four. I I squad six, 45.
Tennis, Singles Squad five,
; first, Fentem.
Individual. Field and Track Squad six. 6; first Neely.
Totals for Day—Squad one. squad two. I; squad three, skuad four. 17; squad five. squad six, 51.
Individual Records Iii
Neely. Squad Six 23 ♦Roach, Squad Five— Evans, Squad Four—ll Crawford, Squad Five
20 points, points.
Cunning. Squad Six—7 points. Kerr. T., Squad Six -7 points. West. Squad Five—7 points. Baker, Squad Three—6 points.
W. W. Barnett, last week resigned his position with Ben Byers Hardware at this place and has accepted a similar position with a firm at Ada, leaving for there Monday. His family will follow in a week or so. Mr. Barnett and family have resided hero for the past four or five years and have made many friends here who regret to see them leave, but wish them well in their new hope.—Lehigh News.
McKown, Squad Four 6 points.
Weston, Squad Three—6 points.
Allen. Squad One- 5 points.
Mooney, Squad Three- 3 points.
Riddle. Squad Six- 3 points.
Derrick. Squad Five I point.
Laird, Squad Two- I point.
♦Roach ran squad “first” in High Hurdles, High Jump, and Low Hurdles.
Schedule of Point* in Squad Contest*.
Scholarship. IOO points.
Individual scholarship, IO points.
Track and Field. 104 points.
Individual track and field, 6 points.
Wall scaling, 75 points.
Infantry drill, 55 points.
Manual of arms, 45 points.
Signaling, wig-wag, 4 5 points.
Signaling, semaphore, 30 points.
Tennis, doubles, 18 points.
Tennis, singles, 12 points.
Total, 500 points.
Item I, Scholarship — To the squad making the highest general average, including deportment, effort, and class work, IOO points.
Item 2, Individual Scholarship— To the individual pupil making the highest general average as above, IO points; same to reflect to credit of the squad to which the indi-(Continued on Page Four.)
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