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Evening Independent (Newspaper) - February 8, 1922, Massillon, Ohio Eight the Tkv Kinq Independent wednesday feb 8 1922 big Bloomberg event starts tomorrow suits and overcoats special Hal an unusual Price Concession from the manufacturer has brought Clown the Price of these Winter overcoats lower than it has been this season youll find a great group of Choice Al Wool plaid Back Over coatings perfectly tailored in big Winter Ulster with deep storm collars Roomy Patch pock ets full and half belts a Large selection of patterns in All sizes Young mens and students suits sizes 33 to 42 Madison Park Standard suits specially made for Young mens first Long trousers in goo looking Al Wool fabrics fancy checks herringbone and mixtures included in the assortment every suit an exceptional value the Bloomberg co enry Ford when he said the tractor will enable the Farmer to work fewer hours in the Day giving him More time to enjoy life i believe the trac Tor will make farming what it ought to be most pleasant the most healthful the most profitable business on this tractor has done in bringing True or Fords prophecy for in it is a machine which has harnessed one of the most dependable efficient adaptable economical sources of Power in the a machine that saves from thirty to fifty per cent of the Farmers time a machine which Many Farmers claim plows harrows or drills As much ground in the same time As four six or even eight horses and More machine that takes care of every Power Job on the farm Call and lets talk it Over or Telephone or drop us a card and we will bring the facts to you order Early to insure delivery j g Strohaker son South Mill Street butter eggs Sweitzer cheese cottage cheese fresh country pork country hams Bacon lard fruits and vegetables we deliver 1365 Bell pm the United co 3 East main suits and overcoats for men and boys priced with in reach of All style Center Corner West main and Muski Ngum Stewart shakes up High Cage team players shifted for Battles with Alliance Wooster David b Stewart athletic coach at Washington High school is not at All satisfied with the word far this reason by the Orange and Black basketball team to Date the local tossers have lost six straight games they have yet to win their first encounter so far a defeats Are concerned the team has proved a consistent Joser but conch Stewart has not Given up Hope and today announced that a shakeup had Laken place in the Ranus of the local Scholastic quintette and a new Battle array will be used this week when the team travels to Alliance Friday evening for its final tussle with the eak tenders and then returns for a Home engagement saturday evening with Wooster High the local athletic Tutor today did not disclose his new lineup but said that the shift appeared to be beneficial and thai the team during practice sessions this week had shown a great Deal of improvement tuesday eve Ning the team Defeated the collegians local Independent aggregation by a 10 Point margin in a practice game and the evening before ran up a big score on another local indoor quintette two Battles Ohio Wesleyan Are pending plans for big for Brogan indoor tourney Xeal Brogan the West Brookfield Lightle who trimmed Benny Lewes of Dayton in a 10round bout in Canton monday evening has two ring engagements pending the West Ender has been offered a scrap with Mike Sanfry of Warren on february 14 the Battle to be staged in Warren he also is considering an offer from Mike Stambaugh Youngstown promoter to appear in the Mahoning county capital Keibni Ary 13 Bud cans Canton lightweight is now on brogans Trail the can Delaware Fob Ohio interscholastic basketball tournament which will open at Ohio Wes Leyar University gymnasium feb 24 and 2f promises to be even greater than last year when 160 teams com acted for the state honors already graduate manager Harry w Ewing is swamped with applications he has increased his organization this i year to handle the Many players i among the Early entrants Are Woodward tech of Toledo and Day ton Stivers who Foucht in the finals year Toledo also will be rep Many trophies for tossers in Tate tourney tonian wants to get into the same re Fontec to Scott and Waite High ring with Brogan and believes he Steele to be can take neals measure now under the Tutelage Ryan of Cincinnati Gatig is of Bill Friday nights Battle with Alliance t 1 Purdue athletes draw suspicion to ii a stiff tussle the j first appearance Here in a number of East on lers Are now leading the race j years for Scholastic honors of Stark Conni to Roach stewarts a Grega i Tion Lias scored but is Points to 217 Huttt be a to having Defeated both Massillon Foj us Oppon Eills Tufi Orange and Kellogg athletic director at Purdue and several weeks Al Liance Massi Liori and win by three Points should the East ended i in Barberton losing to Barberton players had participated in a proves defeat the Orange and Biuzek Friday his c3 to 31 xxi iame a trip to clonal football Gams Between Gas it will practically mean the and a to 24 qty and Marion at Marion Pion ship unless Canton should come from Ray High this was Follower last fall to charges have been filed through with victories Over Alliance i by an invasion of mount Vernon an investigation is under Way and Massillon in its remaining j another defeat the Downs taters win1 when interviewed today the Pur one of the strongest aggregations in Central Ohio is entered As is Dayton Stagg issues meeting Call Columbus Ohio feb ies galore Wil be offered for the Sec Ond annual Ohio state invitation High school basketball tournament to be held Here March 17 and in addition to the cup offered by the Ohio state journal to the win Ning team a cup also will be awarded the quintet Landing first in the Consolation round of the tournament members of the victorious outfits will be Given individual trophies a participation trophy also will be Given each athlete playing in the series special awards also will a granted to the Best Center guard and Forward who participates these last named trophies will be awarded by a com Pritee consisting of the sporting Edi tors of the Columbus newspapers and the lantern University daily acceptances have been received from All the eight High schools will take part preparations Are under Way for the entertainment of tic athletes under auspices a i of the boost Ohio committee Black has played hut two games on University has received information the local floor it opened its season thai six Purdue University football with county fees pitted against the formidable Al Ning 44 to 17 due director said be had been in the team played is first Home formed that cd mind Ralph Carman game with Alliance losing 19 to 2g Captain Ferdinand j Birk John j teams tests of the various for Liance aggregation Massillon chances of winning appear alight after a Bard Battle Akron West Fol Meeker Paul r Macklin Joseph j especially when the outcome of the j Lowed Alliance to Massillon and went William and Kelson Weber took part i first game staged Here taken into Back Home with a to 10 in the game four of the men Are j consideration but coach Stewart then came a Lay off of nearly two seniors and 1 dont think there will will Send his warriors into the fray weeks while the local warriors were be any Crocodile tears shed around instructed to fight their hardest recovering from sore arms due As at two other colleges when j Xot much is known of the strength vaccination last Fridev the team a Bunch of seniors were shown j of the Wooster outfit but the Wayne tackled Mckinley High of Canton and said or Kellogg county school generally develops a first class team it will be boosters went Down to for the sixth Lime the score being to 10 Mclaren plans for Cincinnati wage hearings dated March 6 will be Chicago feb declaring that to entities the Prosel Yting of a thiets i assistant athletic director g through recruiting of High school j Trautman in charge of plans for stars by various universities had Lee stressed the fact that it will come a menace not Only to the Amain Way conflict with the state eur sports but to american youth 1 Nirna Merit conducted Aloi Izo a Stagg athletic director Ohio Wesleyan the University of Chicago has called a meeting of Western conference athletic directors to decide what action should be taken to prevent the professionalism in the conference athletic teams the athletic directors will meet at an Early or Stagg announced or stage is president of the con Ference athletic directors association tigers would Trade Veach for infielder feb s w Mcl Ottren graduate of the University of Pittsburgh and a lamer Ica fullback for j9ig 17 and 18 and a Massillon professional Grid Star who has been engaged As football and track coach at the University of Cincinnati believes he will be Able to develop a football team that will be a credit to Cincinnati and a Factor in the Ohio conference Mclaren comes to Cincinnati from the University of Arkansas where he has coached for two years during the three years he was with Pittsburgh that team never lost a game in every Campaign the line plunging of Mclaren was a big Factor in the Panther victories As a result he was almost the unanimous Choice for fullback on ail american Chicago feb on after his graduation he spent his applications for increases or de first year coaching at the Kansas creases in wages for All classes of teachers Institute in 120 he went Torain services employees except those the University of Arkansas where of in train and engine and Yard serv Ter a year work he developed a team ice will be started Here March g which made a creditable showing in i the United states railway labor the southwestern conference finish Board announced tuesday ing second last year among the the hearing for increases or elevens which the Arkansas team Defeated was the Texas a m eleven which surprised the football world by defeating Centre the first defeat of the praying colonels for the season creases will be held simultaneously the Board announced Lor All carriers and employees who have filed applications on or before february 20 at present the Board announced the expect quiet meeting today of magnates Washington feb magnates of the american league were meeting Here today to ratify Tho schedule As drafted for the 1922 season club owners who had arrived last night almost without exception predicted a quiet session devoted Al most entirely to routine business there were prospects however of some discussion of plans for effect ing restoration of the draft and Al though there was the usual talk of imminent trades of players the Only Deal of which the magnates had any definite information concerned the new York and Detroit clubs and even in that Case the names of play ers involved were a matter wholly of conjecture the magnates it was said in some j quarters probably would visit the White House to pay their respects to j president Harding who is somewhat i of a baseball fan before beginning i their session scheduled for the after try an a dependent classified noon the electrical servant is the cheapest and most satisfactory Ohio Public service co formerly Massillon electric Gas co Mclaren is 26 years old and Marfort five class i railroads out of ried he is a protege of Glenn in the country have filed apply Ner and his admirers say he will cations for wage cuts in final form Jet Warner taches into the certain classes of employees Cincinnati University while fifteen unions including the Federated shop crafts have filed applications for wage increases other carriers and other employees organizations Are about to file applications the Board said in a Reso Lution adopted today fixing the Date for the hearing circus meets Danny Frush k 0 circus the Stocky Little Pittsburg Hor who was out pointed by Happy Mchenry of Montwieler in a 10round bout in Canton Mon Day is scheduled to meet Danny Frush in a id round setto in Lorain next monday evening the boxers will weigh in at 126 pounds change name ing of eleven Gibbons ready for any Boxer except Dempsey Newman net Max feb s the misses Florence and Ruth Baker spent wednesday with their brother Oscar Baker of West Brookfield Kent doll of Youngstown spent several Days this week at the Griffith residence or and Richard Street Independent want ads Cost Little accomplish c for Good clean retail or wholesale Hocking Lump Over 4inch Shaker screen Goshen Lump Over 4inch Shaker screen Bell 119 state 193 Peoples Coal co j w Schneider prop Massillon leading Coal new York feb Gib Bons St Paul Light heavyweight Tho has won by a knockout in 20 of his last 22 bouts is ready now for anyone Eddie Kane his manager said that he would talk business with any heavyweight in the country he wants Bill Brennan Gene Tunney j Harry Greb Bob Roper or any oppor Rowlands spent nent suggested by promoters j mesday with relatives at Canton we have been accused of build mrs William Bender and miss ing up a reputation on setups we Jean Street were Massillon visitors have been meeting what looked like tuesday easy Marks but we had to Xone mrs j d Evans and mrs Anna of the Good ones will give us a Findley visited their sister mrs Wil Chance we con prove it now issu1 Ham Harrold at Massillon wedges ing a Challenge to any of j Day Kane said i the misses Ethel Bender and Kane is ready to consider terms Ethel Gainey spent tuesday with miss Helen Storrie of Bow Din Thomasj Morgan and a l Wil not believe Gibbons will be ready to hams attended the Mckinley memory tackle the titleholder for another j Ial service at Canton monday eve year at least Ning John Gainey is still confined to his j residence by rheumatism or and mrs James Gainey and son Chester were canal Fulton Visi tors tuesday evening or and mrs Graber of Massillon spent wednesday with or and mrs i William Dunlap Humphrey Evans is visiting his Cousin Robert Harrold of Massillon or and mrs William Dunlap were business visitors in Massillon thurs for a match with anyone except can Nipin Jack Dempsey he does Owensboro feb name Terry Well known in connection with the Center col lege football team will not be in the lineup next season although the player will be there today he is using for the first time his new name Terry snowday Snowda Yand his brother Poger petitioned the court to permit them to use the orig Inal scotch spelling of the word the court granted the request the american Dollar is quoted at 5 francs 13 centimes on the Geneva bourse in Switzerland the Only country in the world where it is quoted below Par Detroit feb j Nav in president of the Detroit club is in Washington to attend the Ameri can league meeting it is expected some Trade May be effected to bring an Infiel Fler to the locals in Exchange for outfielder Bob Veach manager Cobb also will attend the washing ton party coming up from his Home in Augusta in response to Navins request the Detroit owners Are Uncertain As to the outcome of the Trade negotiations but have let it be known that Everett Scott of the Yankees or Job Dugan of the red sox Are the Only infielders who will be consid ered in an Exchange Grifon signs Milia Tokee feb Griffin of the Philadelphia athletics has signed a contract with the Milwaukee club of the american Assoc Tion according to Otto Borcher president of the Milwaukee club Griffin will play first base Greb matched Toledo Ohio feb Greb Pittsburgh Light heavyweight has been matched to fight twelve rounds with Bartley Madden of Phil Adelphia at the coliseum Here feb 24 and Thacher matchmaker for the Toledo athletic club announced Leonard May meet Britton in Dale Kreiger Clyde Ammond and new York feb Leon Ard worlds lightweight boxing Cham Pion May be matched with Lack Liri ton for a welterweight title bout in Madison Square Garden March Ernest 17 Britton it is said has agreed to were Newman visitors sunday meet Leonard in a fifteen round de a u Williams was a business vis vision bout Tor in Canton Friday details of the match will be a r Anri irs Humbert and son ranged after both champions have Nussell of canal Fulton spent Sun filled other engagements at the with or and mrs Coren Kahler Den Leonard now is raining to Rie and Dallas Shurrett and fend his title against Rocky Kansas children of Fulton spent the week end with the letters parents i or and mrs William Rummins or and mrs George Miller of ton spent sunday with the formers parents or and mrs William or and mrs Fay Jenkins and daughter Lucile of Akron or and i mrs Herbet Wendling and daughter Margaret of Massillon spent sunday with or and mrs William Aston and family miss Edith Hoover of Justus and miss Mabel Casper of Magnolia local i i school teachers have returned to the roys athletic club Tako Thor a Chook work Afler be f evening Defeated Horace Mann j ing to their Homes no juniors t to 7 m a Baske Tolness the school has been closed for of Buffalo next Friday night Brit ton is to meet pave Shade of Cali fornia in a fifteen round engagement to re feb 17 boys club wins from h m juniors Iii past week mrs Sadie masters delightfully entertained her sunday school class a Gamp Hax and Davios were Tho leading scorers for the victors while i Ramsey was this chief paint maker for the losers Hax tossed in six it her Home Here saturday i baskets from action while Davies reg1 a Good me wa9 a stored five times and scored Nal Niy were1 Point from i foul j served Ater evening i the victors lined up with Hax and i Yost forwards Davies Center Kikens i and is Atli guards a Korot and or c m Koats a physician played n portion of to game j of Leavenworth was recommended to president Harding for appointment As minister to Haiti Pansy seed brings an ounce will buy you a pair of shoes Tod a y that sold for one year ago Don t take our word for it come new Are on display today included Are 10 styles new Spring oxfords Tan or Black extra weight soles now a 85 Bloombergh new store Corner main and canal streets t

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