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Chicago Daily Illini (Newspaper) - May 20, 1923, Chicago, IllinoisMember associated press leased night wire service for sports and general news. Student newspaper of the University of Illinois the Only morning Dally in Cham Palgon and Urbana a Community of 33,000. Vol. La twelve pages Urbana Champaign sunday May 20, 1923 three gents number 208definite annuities to fix reparations German league of industrialists prepare to enable government to make better settlement offer berlins Germany May 19.�?germany�?Ts forthcoming reparations proposals will stipulate definite annuities instead of offering a fixed total according to information emanating from political Quarter s. It is stated that the German league of industrialists is preparing a plan which will enable the government to make an offer based upon positive Concrete guarantees for which the German Industrial financial and commercial interests political parties and labor unions will go Security. Details not divulged although the details of the forthcoming offer have not been divulged or even discussed in official circles it appears that the powerful Industrial league has succeeded in convincing Chancellor Cuno and foreign minister Rosenberg of the futility of speculating upon an International loan As a basis of reparation. Heretofore All the proposals have been in terms of fixed amounts and in Lump sum rather than in separate payments but these plans have proved unsuccessful toward gaining the proper end. Plays due today in Guild contest Twenty five Dollar prize will be awarded to winner1 in memorial Competition fireworks Climax saves circus from mediocrity 10,000 Catchall London wonders at secrecy concerning b0nar Laws a illness London May 19.�?great secrecy is being maintained regarding prime minister Bonar Laws condition which is causing his friends grave concern. The Premier who recently left on a voyage for Liis health looked tired and worn out when to reached London this afternoon from Paris and was compelled to rest because of his exhausted condition when he reached the private House where he is staying. A sir Thomas Horder the noted specialist was called on the premieres arrival and remained with him a Long May Cost Smuts Zillini Job politicians protest election of Board member because of shortening of name j. E. Snouts �?T25 is not a member of the Board of directors of the Zillini publishing company though lie supposed to have been elected to the office thursday. Smuts real name is Smuczynski under which he is enrolled in the University and recorded in the student directory it was Learned yesterday when a formal protest of the election was entered at the office of the Dean of men by repro Smuts today is the last Day that Manu j Senta Tives of the party which opposed scripts May be turned in at 324 uni him varsity. Hall for the Guild memorial contest. Only one act plays will be considered and these must Bear a pseudonym and be accompanied by a sealed envelope bearing the name of the writer. Twenty five dollars will be Given for Slid Best play. Manuscripts will be judged by a committee composed of in Rof. D. K. Dodge chairman prof. Ii. N. Hillebrand and prof. C. V. Boyer All of the department of names Union department Heads Acquart Dressel Fallon Howard Price to direct work for next year a. V. Aquart �?T24, Lucian Dressel �?T21. P. J. Fallon �?T24, p. S. Howard �?T24 and c. W. Price �?T24 have been named beads of the five departments of Illinois Union by j. C. Bell �?T24, president for next year. Aquart was appointed to head tie social department in charge of �11 social activities of Llie Union. Dressel will be director of the membership Del it Ati input. Fallon will be in charge of All elections of the Union. Howard will direct the celebrations department and Price will be in charge of the student welfare department. Nineteen juniors submitted petitions applying for positions As department beads. The five directors of the departments will in Raj a Union Cabinet and will sit with the president As chairman. Appointment of assistant department directors committees and sub committees will be announced later. Bell states that he will be ready to announce the chairman and committees tuesday in or the stadium Homecoming. This use of an assumed name makes the election invalid unless authorities take action approving Smuczynski a rights in the matter. The meeting of the Zillini Board to Morrow afternoon May decide the question and determine whether the Board member replacing Smuczynski shall be named As the candidate having the next highest number of votes or whether the Board itself shall chose the new member. Smuts received 676 votes in the election to 620 for w. K. Pierce �?T25, the other successful candidate. L. E. Perbix �?T25 was Given 610 votes and r. A. Karcher 457. Perbix and Smuts were backed by the same political organization. Small number of organization stunts characterizes 16th annual interscholastic fete awards Are announced est circus choices Large organizations Theta Delta Chi first Beta Theta i second Small organizations Theta Kappa Phi first Chi Beta second clowns single George w. Mittler 25, first Russell a. Greer 24, second. Clowns double h. K. Stafford and g. K. Hard acre Russell Bresee and Richard Allenby make 201-2 Points in Field events fireworks which changed the sky above Illinois Field into a flaming heaven of comets and stars ended the sixteenth annual interscholastic circus last night while 10,000 people looked on. The great Climax saved the circus from being a disappointing collection of fraternity stunts intermingled with Amateur acrobatics. E. O. Boshell 23, circus manager deserves the credit for the spectacle which failed to approach last years Only because the number and Quality of organized House stunts failed. T. K. A s feature music Theta Kappa Phil so barrels. Of music took first place among stunts offered by Small organizations and this Choice was easy. The act was Clever entertaining and Well staged exceeding every other stunt by a wide margin. Chi betas a grow Zillini grow a placed second with a dramatic history of the University a Noble Effort which would not have placed last year. Theta Delta chips a finding King Tut was Given first place and Beta Theta pics dancing contest second continued on Page 2 w. K. Pierce Railroad tramps will be punished authorities to handle All Viola tors of big four traffic regulation shoot on sight order North Wales University professor visiting Here g. W. Robinson head of the department of agricultural chemistry of Bangor University. North Wales has Tome to the University to look Over Hie work of the College of agriculture and to Confer wifi members of tie department of agronomy. A is visiting a number of schools b. The United states and will remain at the University a several Days. He my go. To tie University of Kansas fro inhere. Students and others planning to see the races in Indianapolis on decoration Day beware How you steal rides on mail trains. It is strictly against the Law to a a bump on trains which haul Uncle same a mail and uncles postal author a ties have orders to shoot on sight. There is always a big traffic i a a bums on big four train 44, which leaves Urbana at Midnight bound for the races. This year it is understood that anybody caught it beating his Way on the mail train will be turned Over to the authorities and held on a state charge. Miles Gibson big four Road master. Explained that students anxious to get to Quot Indianapolis for the races often caused the officials a great Deal of trouble. He stated that it would probably go hard with any student caught without a of uni High repeats net wih Chicago Champ beats eggman in singles East St. Louis cops doubles George Lott jr., University High Junior Tennis Champion of Chicago heated last years win of the interscholastic singles championship by defeating Ted a eggman of East St. Louis 6-.0, 6-3, in the final match of yesterday. Eggman tied for third Here last year. Eggman and Mac Smith the East St. Louis doubles team Defeated Lott and James carry from University High s-6, 6-3, 3-6, 7-5, Lor the doubles championship. Eggman and Smith hold the Junior doubles championship of St. Louis. Walter Habermehl Murphysboro won third place in the singles by defeating Ralph Slaughter Fairbury in the third place match 7-5, 6-2. Lefty Blair and Walter Habermehl the Murphysboro doubles team took the third place doubles medal defeating Charles Alback and Slaughter of Fairbury 6-0, 8-6. The losers in these matches received fourth place medals Lott played through five matches in the Day aim reached finals in the singles by defeating Smith East St Louis 6-1, 6-0, and Habermehl 6-1, 6-2. Lott paired with carry Defeated Alback and Slaughter 6-1, 6-2, and then lost to eggman Smith. The Rufis or the singles played through six contests defeating Wirth Eimer Englewood 6-4, 6-0, and Slaughter 6-3, 6-2. Eggman and Smith i rated Leigh and Wirtheimer Engle word 6-4, 6-3, Blair and Habermehl Murphysboro 6-1, 7-5, and won the Fin als from Lott and carry. Habermehl reached the Semi final round defeating Evans of Fairbury 646-2v Slaughter Defeated Welch Springfield,�?T6-3,-6-2 and Albach Slaugh Ter Defeated Phillips Van Doren Evanston 3=6, 6-2, 14-12,weather forecast Chicago partly Cloudy Quot and cooler sunday. Monday probably show ers. Moderate to fresh variable winds Illinois partly Cloudy sunday cooler in North and Central portions monday probably showers. Blanked on track Stellar performance in weights and jumps wins Small schools Section Whitehall pulled an extraordinary spectacle in winning the class b title with 20 1-2 Points without even scoring a Point in the track events. They gathered All of their total in the Field events. Bridgeport was Able to beat out Hinsdale in the final rating. When they gained 15 1-2 Points to the total of 15 for Hinsdale., running in the same consistent form which Lias made him one of the fastest prep runners in Illinois Dicenzo of Toluca brought Home the Bacon in the 50 Yard and 100 Yard dashes being Only 1-5 second slower than the existing state records. Class b performance Good a he Marks made yesterday morning by the class b athletes were in Many cases better than that of class a. Wortman of Shelbyville failed to run As fast a race As he did in copping the mile last Spring and he trailed in behind four runners with Neville of Pinckneyville leading across the tape. Pinckneyville Falls Back another of those who was doped to take first place in his event was Poland of Olney who had to be satisfied with second place in the javelin. Chiles of Deland and Dancy of Forrest came through in Good style As each of them won the finals in their race. Pinckneyville was figured to be the Winner in class a after the first few races had been run off but upon gathering 10 Points the team total had reached a final resting place. 120 Yard High hurdles won by Bor som Hinds Dale Knowland Greenfield second Lewis Carlinville third Coss Saunemin fourth Lindsay Robinson fifth. Time 16 3-5. 50 Yard dash won by Dicenzo Toluca Hinman Chillicothe second Riley Assumption third Colins Wellington fourth Gray Olney fifth. Time 05 3-5. Double Quarter race mile run won by Neville Pinsk Neville Little Hillsboro second Mayhew Milford third Chenoweth table Grove fourth Wotman Shelby Ville fifth. Time 4 42. 440 Yard ran first race a won by Templeton Pinckneyville Susdorf Rantoul second Madden Willow Hill third Dollinger Wheaton fourth Decker Milford fifth. Time 54 3-5. 440 Yard run second race a won by Wolters Havana diver Bridgeport second Cline Abingdon third Campbell Assumption fourth Lahey Dixon fifth. Time 54 2-5. 100 Yard dash won by Dicenzo Toluca Wedell Hinsdale second Ger her Fisher third Adams Palestine fourth Stark Atwood fifth. Time 10 1-5. 880 Yard run first race a won by Chiles Deland Phelps Carlinville second Olendorf Libertyville third Kelley Forrest fourth Wright Abingdon fifth. Time 2 02 4-5. 880 Yard run second race a won by Moore Olney Granthan Hills Boro second Kern Metamora third Hal Meyer Rantoul fourth Newlin Robinson fifth. Time 2 04. Wheaton takes relay Yard dash won by Ririe Gridley Wedell Hinsdale second Starke Atwood third1 Wheaton Wheaton fourth Gayent Milford fifth. Time 22 4-5. 220 Yard Low hurdles won by Dan 6ey, Forrest Knowland Greenfield second temples Oakland third Shelton Abingdon fourth Lindsay Robinson time 25 3-5. 880 Yard relay won by Wheaton Farmer City second Havana third Hinsdale fourth Rantoul fifth. Time 1 37 3-5. Fie d events shot put won by Lewis Carlin Villa Smith White Hall second Larson Donovan third Hart Bridgeport fourth Umbarger Wellington fifth. Distance 47�?T feet 11 1-2 inches. Javelin throw won by Goode White Hall Poland Olney second Volk Minonk third Egelhoff Jersey fourth Smith White Hall fifth. Distance 168 feet 1 Inch. A pole vault tied for first seed. Bridgeport and Williams White Hall bes map Gridley third Tegt Meyer Libertyville fourth Grange Wheaton fifth. Height 11 feet 6 inches. Jumpers go High. High jump won by Malosh Bridge continued on Page 7 interscholastic Points class b Whitehall 20 1-2 Bridgeport a. 15 1-2 Hinsdale _________________15 Carlinville r 12 Havana ___________________11 Wheaton 10 Toluca ----------1____,____10 Pinckneyville i a 10 Olney in 10 Greenfield _____.-----------8 Hillsboro �?____1-------- 8 Forrest 7 Rantoul �?---------------7 Abingdon 6 Mulberry Grove it 5 Chillicothe -1 5 Gridley 5 Assumption 5 Milford it 5 Leroy _________________5 Libertyville 5 Deland 5 Joy 4 Atwood 4 Findlay 1------ 4 Moore 4 Donovan a 4 a hoops on 3 3-5 Lewistown 3 Willow Hill 3 Wellington 3 Minonk 3 Dele Van 3 Robinson 1------- 3 Metamora 3 Oakland a 3 Jersey 2 3-5 Palestine 2 table Grove 2 class a University High Rockford Evanston Senn Rock Island Urbana _ 9 1-5 _ 7 _ 6 _ 5 3-7 Deerfield Shields Benton Springfield Mattoon Hyde Park Lasalle Peru Freeport Frankfort v 5 Dekalb Al 5 Englewood 4 Peoria manual 4 Peoria Central 4 Kankakee 4 Champaign 4 Marion 3 Murphysboro 3 Moline 2 East St. Louis 2 proviso 2 25 2-35 24 18 1-2 18 17 16 14 14 14 12 1-5 9 6-7_ Joliet it. Carmel Lindblom Ridge farm a 2 Saunemin 2 Dixon 1 Shef Byville 1 Elmwood 3-5 Mckinley 3-5 pleasant Plains 3-5 individual Point winners / class a Goodwillie University High Chicago -------------11j4 Cameron Evanston 9 Horton Senn Chicago 1------ 9 Royer Oak Park 9 Sexton Hyde Park Chicago 7 class. B Discenzo Toluca _ Weddell Hinsdale two Wisconsin Mounds men fall before indians 12,000 look on Illinois bunched nine hits off two Wisconsin pitchers Johnson and pick Ford and mopped the badgers 7 to 1 yesterday afternoon on Illinois Field before an overflow crowd of 12,000. Home runs by Chris Kuehl and Stonewall Jackson and a triple by Cliff Happenny was Only a part of the bombarding accomplished by the Indian hitters who gathered three tallies in the opening round of the interscholastic Ball game. Zillini Start Early the indians got off to a Good Start. Roettger was Safe when Ellingson fumbled his hard hit Ball capt. Stewart bunted along the first base line and Johnson ran outside the line to tag him out Wallie starting to third on the play. Johnson threw wild to third base and Roettger scored. Hellstrom singled along the third base line. Johnson tried to catch Helky napping and threw wild the Zillini Keystone Sacker travelling to second. Vogel flied out to Williams and then Chris Kuehl slammed the leather through the left Field Fence Fop a Home run which scored Hellstrom ahead of him. Last Home game the Battle marked the last Home game for capt. Paul Stewart Otto Vogel swede Hellstrom Cus Bissell Louie Mohr Stonewall Jackson continued on Page 6 metamorphosis of armory roof progresses rapidly Long Black strips of roof Roll off the armory daily As the workmen on High loosen the material and slip it Down to the ground in the quickest manner possible. The roofing is going of slowly at present As the workmen Are trying to perfect an organization that can work most. Effectively under the difficult conditions and narrow passage Way on the old roof. As the men become More accustomed to working under these disadvantages the work will Speed up and the contractors Are anxious to finish the work As soon As possible As the frequent Rains trickle Down upon the military department Wembs rss a wbb object. Be cans Otin suffice Nett Raincoat a for the brigade. A a. Or a a Quot at Quot Gene Goodwillie wins watch for ability on track following his Stellar performance yesterday afternoon when he won both the 100 and 220 Yard dashes and competed on the winning relay team which gave him 11 1-4 Points higher than any other Gene a Goodwillie was awarded Thema Wanda a to h As a Token of his track ability. The University High track luminary Hung up a new enter Scholastic rec a Ord and tied the worlds record for the distance in the 220 Yard dash when he stepped the race in the remarkable time of 21 2-5 seconds the Blond Goodwillie stepper was easily the class of the dash men As he fifa shed in front of such men As Cameron of Evans Toh Sexton of Hyde Park Milli Man of Rockford and Rockwell of Deerfield Shields. De molars to meet today to practice installation All University members of demo Lay will meet at 2 of clock this afternoon in the masonic Temple Champaign to rehearse for the installation of the local chapter of de Molay which will be held wednesday night. Tiff a a installation team for the ceremonies will come from Kansas for the occasion with full installation a All Quot twin City masons Are requested to be present at the rehearsal this afternoon. Smoker for pre legals Phi a Delta Phi a professional Law fraternity will give a smoker for All pre Legal students at 7, of clock tuesday Iti the put Delta Phi House. Judge f h. A by Gas of Urbana and judge a a. Harker will give stars efforts place University High second in class a Competition y tying of a worlds interscholastic record in tie 220 Yard dash by Gene Goodwillie was not enough to give University High a of Chicago first place in the class a meet and Oak Park won the state track title after a gruelling Battle with their suburban league rivals which featured the Twenty ninth annual interscholastic track and Field meet yesterday morning on Illinois Field. Oak Park gathered 25 2-35 Points to cop the championship and shared honors with White Hall which won the class b title with 20 1-2 Points All won in Field events. A lesser Duel hut of much More importance to the. Contestants and their friends in the stands was fought out Between Johnny Cameron Evanston a Speed boy who won the a Wanda trophy last year and Goodwillie yesterdays Star and new Winner of the prize. The two boys went at it in every race they entered but Goodwillie was Able to beat Cameron to the. Tape in both the Century and 220. Battle in relay even in the relay the two men came together and again they battled their Way around the track but Goodwillie was Tob Good. Except for the record set by the University High Star which broke the University record by three fifths of a second no other Long standing Marks which fell. Ecker Sally a time in the. 220 Yard dash has stood since 1903. Harold m. Osborne 22, former Zillini High jumper and Holder of the unofficial worlds record of 6 feet 7 7-8 inches attempted to better this Mark but could not Rise above 6 feet 6 inches. Horton Royer Battle in Hurcles Horton of Senn and Royer of Oak Park staged interesting races in the hurdles Dor first place and came out a tie As Horton copped the 220 Yard Low hurdles with Royer second and the tables were turned in the 120 Yard High hurdles. Despite Promise of Adverse weather conditions the sky was Blue and cloudless and the Sun beat Down making the 8,500 spectators who filled the East bleachers shed their Coats and Blister in the heat. Contrary to previous interscholastic there was not outstanding school which Drew away from its competitors and won in a walk. Scores Wero divided so that 29 class a teams and 46 in class b Cut into the Point column. Summaries 120 Yard High hurdles won by Royer Oak Park Horton Senn second Harvey Deerfield third Shetter Rock Island a fourth Heath Champaign. Fifth. Time 16 3-5. A 50 Yard dash won by Sexton Hyde Park. Taylor Kankakee second Cone Dekalb third Wiley Champaign fifth. Time 5 3-5. Mile run won by Mcelwee Urbana Anderson Rockford second Lawder Murphysboro third Meyers Oak Park fourth Williams Lasalle Peru fifth. Time 4 39 4-5. 140 Yard run first race a won by Sittig Senn Woelfel University High of Chicago second Felts Martin third Dilly Urbana fourth Oglevee Rock Island fifth. Time 52 3-5. 440 Yard run second race a won by Fuqua University High Hollingsworth Rock Island second Bennett Evanston third Wells Oak Park fourth rung Mattoon fifth. Thine 52 3-5. Fast Century 100 Yard dash won by Goodwillie University High Cameron Evanston second Rockwell Deerfield Shields third Sexton Hyde Park fourth Mii Liman Rockford fourth. Time 10 1-5. 880 Yard run first race a won by stocking Rockford Schraub Peoria second Reeves Evanston third a Geyer East St. Louis fourth Weber. Urbana fifth. Time 2 01,2-5. 880 Yard run second race a won by Deemer Freeport Bunning \ Rock Island second Rue Mattoon third beat Moline fourth Mccullough proviso fifth. Time 2 05. Goodwillie ties world Mark a 220 Yard dash won by Goodwillie University High Cameron a Evanston second Rockwell do Enfield ship is third Milliman Rockford of Fletcher Benton Fth. Time 212-5 equals worlds. Interscholastic. Record. A a be 220 Yard Low hurdles won by Horton Senn Royer a a a Parka seconal continued of Page
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