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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - May 27, 1921, Hutchinson, Kansas FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1921 THE HUTCHINSON NEWS. PAGE THREE If there** any new SHOES or HOSE we'll have them A PHOENIX Sport Hose In a ribbed mercer* ized lisle, in white, brown and black, at If you travel in Phoenix Hosiery, you travel in fine luxury and wise economy. TODAY RUTH ROLAND "THE AVENGING ARROW" Fourth Chapter POLLARD COMEDY PATHE NEWS TUSUN'COMEDY CHILDREN A NICKEL One C�rt for Uncle Sam TOMORROW JACK PERRIN "THE MIDNIGHT RAIDERS" THE COUNTRY HEIR" CVntury Comedy "WON ONE FLIVER" Comoriy MEET ME AT THE IRIS Escape the Drudgery Practically ever since time began, the women folks have dreaded to see wash day roll around. It came all too soon to suit them. But washings had to be done and so they did them. But that was before there were first class laundries such as we have today. These days the housewife is (lad to learn of an escape from the back break-, ing work of washing, wringing and hanging up the clothes. When we send home the family laundry it has all been washed in clear soft water and dried in got>d, fresh far. It just has to smell sweet and dean. The Jonps Hand Laundry Phone 2524 14 5th Wast THEATR Regular Admission TODAY AND TOMORROW THOMAS H. INCE PRESENTS CHARLES RAV in An Old Fashioned a Q>aramoun\ Qktim His Taste was all for his grand-dad's ways, but his sweetheart was nothing like her grandmother! So she jolted him out of his pre-historic past, and- Now, poor girl, she can't see him for dust! The Tale of an 1860 Model Who Won in a 1921 Finish ALL HONORS TO FAIR FANS NEXT SUNDAY Grain Club Management to Slip Them by Gate Free and Provide Band Concert. The funnies have their Inning Sunday when tho Hutchinson Gralu club meets the fast Simpson baseball team at Oano park. The matinee will be tree for the ladles, nnd to make the performance doubly attractive, the Grain club management has arranged with tho Hutchinson Municipal band tor a concert preceding tho gamo. The music will start thingB at 2:30 and the game will be called a half-hour later. With favorable weather conditions a record crowd Is expected to turn out, In view of these added Inducements. Simpson Is reported to be bringing a strong aggregation. Tho visitors will attompt- to stem the homo talent's winning gtreak by Using "Happy" Oraber, former Hutchinson semi-pro Jiurler, on the. mound for them. Opposed to Grahor, Ernest Hill will probably toll for tho locals. ^ The Grain club Is hitting a good stride and the team batting is holding up well. Captain Sammy Lomon has fallen down somewhat Binco his injury, ami Frank Sldlu now heads the fence-busting crew.. Wilson anil Banks have made appreciable gains in the percentages since the last compilation of tho records, Zftterda(j$e!im\ National League.' At Boston (1st gamo)- R H B Now York .....200 010 110- 5 12 3 Boston ........000 002 001- 3 8 2 Batteries: New Yofk, Benton, Doug-las anil Smith; Boston, McQuillan, Scott and O'Neill. (2nd game)- It H 15 New York .....100 020 000- ,1 7 0 Boston ........300 000 001- -I 10 2 Batteries:'New York, Douglass, Sul-leo and Smith; Boston, Fillingim and (Jowdy. At Pittsburg- It II 10 Cincinnati .....201 000 010- 4 10 0 Pittsburgh .....001 000 000- 1 4 3 Batteries: Cincinnati, Marqnard and Hagravo; Pittsburgh, Hamilton, Zlnn, Carlson and Schmidt. At Philadelphia- R H E Brooklyn ......000 000 001- 1 7 3 Philadelphia ...015 200 Olx- 9 19 4 Batteries: Brooklyn, Cadore, Bailey and Kreugor; Philadelphia, Ring and Bruggy. American League. At Detroit (1st game)- U II B Chicago .......000 000 010- 1 8 1 Detroit ........S01 020 OOx-11 15 0 Batteries: Chicago, Fabc-r, Davcn port and Yaryau; Detroit, Dauss and Bassler. (2nd game)- RUB Chicago .......020 202 000- 0 9 4 Detroit ........000 210 101- 5 9 1 llattories: Chicago, Kerr and Yar-yan; Dotroit, Oldham and Ainsmlth. At St .LouIb-^ R H E Cleveland .......002 413 02-12 18 2 St. Louis.......003 010 10- 5 10 2 Gamo called, rain. Batteries: Cleveland, Covelcslcie and O'Neill; St. Louis, Palmero and Sev-oreld. LIBERTY THEATRE X Today Only "Thunderbolt Jack" Also EYLEEN PERCY in The Blushing Bride Coming Monday and Tuesday JOE RYAN & JEAN PAGE in Purple Riders A Western Chapter Play NATIONAL LEAGUE. Team- \V. I,. Pr.t. Pittsburgh.................2B 8 .75S New York ..................23 12 ,fi57 Brooklyn ...................19 IS .614 Chicago....................IS 14 .617 Boston..................r. .IB 16 .600 Philadelphia.................11 20 .355 St. Louis .........'; . la .345 Cincinnati ..................12 24 .333 "AMERICAN LEAGUE. Team- W. L. Pet. Cleveland ..................24 13 .643 New York ..................19 14 .576 Detroit .....................21 19 .525 Washington ............,...18 18 .600 St. Louis ...................17 IS .472 Boston .....................13 16 .448 CIiIcbbo ....................15 19 .441 Philadelphia ................12 Bt .364 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Team- W. L. Pet. Kansas City............. ...19 13 .694 Indianapolis ................17 13 .567 Minneapolis ................17 13 .567 Lolllsvillo ..................18 15 .545 Toledo .....................17 17 .500 St. Paul ........�:...........15 IS .455 Milwaukee .................13 III .419 Columbus ..................11 211 .355 WESTERN LEAGUE. Team- W. L. Pet. WlPhlltt....................26 12 .676 Tulsa .......................20 17 .541 Oklahoma City .........-..19 17 .528 .loplln ......................18 17 .514 Sluux City .................17 IS .4S6 Omaha .....................16 19 .457 St. Joseph ..................15 19 .141 lies Moines.................13 24 .351 DICK MORRISSCORES VICTORY AT MANHATTAN FISHERMEN LIKE THE CHALLENGER!: NEW STRAWS Carpentier Deluged With Offers of Boats-Both Pugs are Training. $3 to $8.50 Sailor Dink Morris, one o� tlic promoters of the new Kansas Athletic club hero which will stago its first boxing card under the new Kansas law in Convention Hall on Juno 2, scored another victory via the knockout route last evening at Manhattan. Morris will moet Charles Aronson of Kansas City one-of the few middle-weights who has bested him, In the main go next Thursday. The following telegram was- received this morning-from Morris: Manhattan, Juno 27. Sporting Kditor, The News, Hutchinson, KansaB. "Won over Jack Kopfcr of Clay Center in six rounds tonight. DICK MOUIUS. NOT VERY FLUSH. Had Eleven "Sleepers" at City Jail Total of 69 Cents In Cash. There were cloven sleepers at tho city police station last night, transients who had been gathered up from tho railroad stations, streets anil box cars, and kept over night at the police station." There was just (19 cents In the whole party, an average of less than seven cents ench. It wouldn't get much of Ui siiuaro meal for them. Many - New ' Designs-In picture frames including frames of all prices, ranging from tho extremely inexpensive to tho finest that are made and made by our expert framer at The Craft Shop. 27-lt Manhassett, N. Y., May 27.-Fishermen along Manhassett Hay, learning that Georges Carpentier loves the rod and the reel, arc deluging the challenger with invitations to niako. use of their boats for special trips to tho banks. Ono old fellow, an ardent admirer of the challenger, has honored him by painting the stern of hiH boat In the tri-coior and changing Its name to "Georges Carpentier." Carpentier so much enjoyed his four1 rounds of ring work yesterday that another session with sparring partners was prescribed for him today. In his work-outs with Italian Joe (!ans and Joe Jeanette, ho wns the smiling, bantering, dancing whirlwind, in and out, trying all bis ring cunning, and when it wns all over be said he felt bettor than at any time since his training started. The challenger has taken great interest in his large garden adjoining his training home, and it was announced that an hour each morning with the hoe would bo B regular part of the daily program. Plenty Sparring Partners Now, Atlantic City, N. .T., May 27.-Replacements for Jack Pempsey's staff of sparring partners aro arriving in such numbers that, the world's heavyweight champion today was In n position to continue his training ill tho open air without, interruption. Tho champion boxed outdoors yesterday for the first time, going eight rounds with four of his sparring partners. Dempsey was glad to work under the warmth of the sun, and probably will not do any moro work Indoors unless weather conditions force him to do so. Martin Burke, a lanky, sandy-haired heavyweight from New Orleans, whom his admirers regarded as a championship contender, was in the Dempsey (.������������������a 1...............S- Our Clothes Make Good- " Or We Do S � � � camp today, ready to tako his turn ducking the heavy punches of the champion. He probably will not be called up, however, until tomorrow or Sunday, as he Is suffering from a damaged wrist from which an operation was only recently performed. St. University of Pennsylvania relay carnival, when It finished second in tho two mile college relay. GOOD WHEAT IN ELLSWORTH. The Wheat Is Beginning to Head Out -All Is Quite Short. Thero Is going to be good wheat in Ellsworth county, according to_ W. I. Oldman, who drove through tho country between Ellsworth and Wilson yesterday. "The wheat Is now heading there," be said. "Tho heads are quite small, but as the grain Is thin it is possible tho berry will show a high test, All wheat is f|uilti short and will have to be cut with a header." The only poor wheat he saw, Mr. Oldman said, was a strip about four miles wide near Wilson, where the. fields looked had. Other sections aro faring quite well. BIG BUNCH OF ATHLETES. More Than 200 at Big Meet at Louis. St. Louis, Mo., May 27.-More than 200 athletes from colleges in the middle-west, meet at Francis Field, Washington University here today, in tbe fourteenth annual track and field meet of the Missouri Valley conference. The meet this year was an Invitation affair, and In addition to the nine couferonco schools, seven other Institutions wore entered. All, however, participated undor conference rules. Preliminaries were scheduled today. U was planned lo elfmlnale today all hut six participants in each event but I ho 100 yard dash, in which eight men are to go to Ibo post tomorrow afternoon in tho finals. Several well known figures in mid-! Terence entered. They are Kansu dlewest athletics were entered, includ- University, Kansas Aggies, Oklahoma ing Brutus Hamilton of the Unlvorstly and Washington, of Missouri and Everett Bradley of I The Tennis Tournament. St. Louis, Mo. May 27. -The annual Missouri Valley conference tenuis tournament opens hero today with only four of the nine colleges in tho con- Iho University of Kansas, both of whom participated In the pentathlon I Special at the Olympic games last year; I lay ! Lodge No. Watson of the Kansas Aggies and '27111 at 5 Dick Kremer of Washington Univers-1 attending Attention. A. F. & A. M. Ity, respective holders of the conference records for the two mile ran and tho discus throw. The Iowa state college relay team was being watched with interest on account of its recent showing in the communication of Tteno 110, Friday evening, May p. in. for the purpose of the funeral of the late Gordon, Knights Templar Jam^s M. escort. Ily order or W. M. Iloscoe C. Miller. Secretary. 2(i-2t Straw color is new In blouses. TODAY & TOMORROW CHILDREN'S MATINEE Saturday 10:45 A. M. "Cinderella And The Magic Slipper" Scenic-Pathe News 11 c-E ver y one-11 c The Last and Best VAU DEVI Bill L L E of the Season American Association. At Kansas City- R. H, E. Indianapolis.. 021 200 100 0-G 15 0 Kansas City.. 002 020 020 1-7 IS 2 Batteries-Cavet, StryVer, Bartlett and Dixon; Curter and Blackwell, Me Carty. At St. Paul- - It. H. E.I Columbus...... 005 000 000-5 S 21 St. Paul....... 000 040 000-1 5 2 Batteries-Clark, Hald and A. Wilson; Griner, Hanson and McMenemy. At Minneapolis- H. H. E. Toledo........ �0O 200 200-7 U6 1 Minneapolis.... 000 002 011-110 1 Batteries-Morrissettu, Okrio, Mc-Cullough and Marion; James, lloliert-son and Mayer, Sbestak. At Milwaukee-i rt. H. E. Loutsvillo .....010 313 152-18 21 1 Milwaukee ....101 140 010- 7 9 5 Flatteries-Wright, Sanders and Kocher; Northrop, Slaughter and Clarke. Western League. ' At Sioux City- R. II. 15. Des Moines .101 000 00 1 00-3 9 1 Sioux City ..000 000 003 01-4 13 1 Batteries-Merz and Banner; Russell and Spollman. At St. Joseph- R. H. B. Omaha .........011 400 001-7 13 4 St. Joseph .....10B 010 010-5 14 l Batteries-Burch, Davenport and Llngle; Cullop and Crosby. At Tulsa- R. II. E. Wichita ......-.200 000 301- G 12 2 Tulsa .........103 130 V3X--12 20 0 Batteries-Gregory, McDonald and Haley, Griffin; Haughland, Morris and Query. RETAINS HIS CHAMPIONSHIP. Zbyszko Defeated 8t�ch*r at Kansas City In Straight Fall*. Kansas City. Mo., May 27.-Stanislaus Zbyssko, the new world's heavy-wolght wrestling champion retained bis title by defeating Joe Steelier, or llobraska, last night la straight (alls. The champion let Steelier take the offensive throughout until ho was roady to apply the winning holds. Tho first tall came after 1 hour, 52 minutes, 30 seconds with a bar arm lock and hammer lock .combined. A head scissors and wrist look was used for the second fall which took lit uiiiiuiw, twenty sor-- ' TO DECIDE BOY SCOUT CHAMPION TOMORROW The championship of the Boy Scout baseball league will be decided tomorrow when tho final round of games will be played at Gano park, starting at 1:30. Troop 4 Has only to heat Troop 5 to clinch tho title, and at !>03t will bo .tied with. Troop 1 for the championship. If Troop 1 loses the title goes to Troop 4, regardless of the outcome of tomorrow's game. The first gamo tomorrow will be between Troops 4 and. 5, and the after-piece between /Troops 1 and 2. Thoro is one postponed game between Troops 2 and 5, but this probably will not bo played The present standing of tho toams follows: Troop'4 .... Troop 1 Troop 2 .... Troop 5 .,.. W. ,.4 ..a .. l ... I Pet .800 .600 .21.0 .SCO Developing. Eastman films, cameras, developing and printing, enlargements and framing at Tits Craft Shop, . H-lt, ;