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Lawrence Journal World (Newspaper) - May 29, 1922, Lawrence, Kansas EXWRENCE DAILY JOURNALWORLD RECORDS JKE M0WEDDOWN Nebraska WonFirst and Seconc in Meet Here Saturday Four Mjs were topplec the ley track New marks sburi Valley records one was tied in annual Missouri val meet here were set up An the JT 11 j I 220j aid the twomile the half mile relay and the jave lin Smith Nebraska isthe new record holder ia the 220yard covering the distance Saturday in Rathbun of Ames continues as the record holder in the two mile bettering his time of year in that which constituted a and finished Saturday in 9 minutes The Missouri Uni versity relay team clipped one c second off the previous record for the half mile winning the event in The throw of Brutus Hamilton of Missouri in thepreliminaries Fuday was equaled by any contestant Saturday and his toss of 173 feet 1 12 inches stands asa newvallev fleet Smith of the Ne braska team led in the 100yard dash and equalled the valley rec oid of 9 M5 Ruth In the team scoring Nebraska stood in the winning bv a score of Kansas was second with 34 16 Ames third with jind the Kansas Aggies fourth with 22 Other teams placing in the scoring 17 13 j 6 4 3 3 Pittsburg 3 j Central 2 Kansas Wes 1 and Oklahoma Kamrnanri and Brown of the Wash ington team defeated Parks and Harrington of the Tht Oklahoma men took set but the two went Louis Two of the Kansas players in Ihe singles were defeated in the third the others going out in the Arthur Johnson easily won his first two but lost in the third when he met OConnell of Zeisness of lost in this round to Brown of the doubles Zeisness and Riiey forfeited to Brown Kam raann of and Johnson and Alexander won from Crawford and Peddicord of but lost in the next rouricl to Parks and Harrington BASEBALL GOSSIP The Cincinnati Reds reversal of form is just about as startling as that of The Cubs pitchers look good right but the team will have to do some regular hitting to get Looks as ifGeorge Kelly had a formidable rival in Roger Horiisb for theNational league homerun Pitcher Van Gilder of the Browns heads the list or twirlers in one He is the first pitcher to be nicked for a horaer by Babe New York fans am still trying tj figure out why the worlds champion Giants blowup on their western Tenyears in the American KANSAS LEADS IN Won Series from To Play Nebraska This v Week The Jayhawker baseball team defeated the Kansas Aggies in the second of a two game afternoon on the Kansas by a score of 6 to Kansas gained a stronger hold on the Valley and ia now leading with a percentage of Kansas hasj two more games io one here the Ne braska Cornhuskers on and with the Nebraska team Everett Bradley of the Kansas team as the individual stai of the Bradley won four in the 120yard high the broad the shot put and the netting 20 points for his Brutus Ham ilton of Missouri was second with V 10 13 points and Smith of Ne ned record holder of the 1220yard was third with 10 Tlie summary 440yard by Ames HUT Washington Nebraska 2f Icague hasnt slowed up jNemo Heis playing the gam frr the Red Sox like a Cleveland and Detroitare hav ing a gay tussle a first divis iion Its a case of now in and now youre out for both Unless the Phillies soon put a few games in the win column they are doomed drop back to their old stamping grounds in the dun The White Sox appear to bo the genuine inandouters of ird by Kunsas Ne wnv linsKi Kansas j Connie Macks Athletics have now met all the American league tennis and the teams know that Mackmen are to be trifled with this to Manager Speakers nil all i is steaciy pitching and the Indians 1 Jn 100yard by will battle the Yankees to a stand it cn If the Jayhawkers take both games they will have won the Valley cham pionship two consecutive years and if the4Kansas team loses one they will tie will iVashington for first place with erccntage of i In the Aggie both team layed loose Kansas makinj ive errors and the Manhatta Errors and walk verb responsible for all the runs two scores made byf Kan ias in the j The Jayhawkers started th scoring in the fifth after on Custer Over seconc Frasier got to first on an erro by the Aggie third base and both of these men wer sent home on a three base hi by Captain i Boyd singl scoring and wen to third on an error by the righ in throwing the ball in Boyd then stole home on th Aggie In the sixth the Manhattan team made its first Harris was hit by Bloomer and scored on an error by In the nex inning the Aggies made two mor runs an error by In the next inning the Aggies made two more on one twc walks and an Gowel trip led and came home on Murphys second Parker batting foi Harris was walked and Bloomei then walked The run came oh a passed ball by Fraiser Kansas came back in the sixth and ipushed twomore scores acrosi the this time the Jayhawk ers I three Pierce singled andCuster They advijriced en Fraziers sacrifice BI then singled for his sec hit of the whichscored Custer being caught al the Bloomer then secret on an error by the Aggie sec ond The game was called at eml of the seventh inning to allow the to catch a Union Pacific train TOURNAMENT TO DRAKE PAGE CZAR CARL FANSAREJELLING Call Goes Up for Last Years Head Twilighter to Repeat Annual Golf Second Kansas Third i feet 4 Kiinsis 122 fet Half mile by Ames Martin Central AVijslcyan Oaidner 4o I h 220Vaid Nebiaska Kansas Ag Grinnell BurnU 21 310 sec new Valley low by Ri Kansas Aggies BiKei Kansas 27 710 seconds bhot 11 feet Si inches feet inch Hamilton 40 feet inch es 39 feet 10 Mile by Ames fHam Coleman i Evans Nebraska Laton ford Pel Iptt 3 ijiinules 2 310 Half mile by Nebraska kukens Missouri Ames Kansas Lminute 28 25 sec onds Valley by Nebraska third G Pittsburt Normal fouith Bis Uincc 175 feet 1 New Val lev iccoid made in preliminaries High by Ne biaska Kansas Aff tries Kansas and tied for third HeiKht 5 feet 11 Bioad by sas 2 feet 4 inches Thum 21 feet lOVi inches 21 feet 9 21 feet S Pole v Ames Kansas and for Irst at twelve feet i Kansas RBSies I and tied fpr fourth at 11 feet 9 f 2milfe i first Kikendall Kansas second third Kans is 3 minutes New Ratfibun upsetlinK1 he made in HONORS WERE DIV Oklahftma and Valley record DED Uni on Top Tennis Tournament j and Washingrtcjn Uni vcisity of dividjed the finals in the Missouri ValleyjTennis Tournamenlj held in Kansas City Saturday and Oklahoma the singles and Washing ton taking the doubles from the The tournament to have Keen played in but due to the bad condition of courts it was taken to Kansas City Friday night to be played on Ben the veteran of the Oklahoma and one of the best net stars in the won singles the in straight Parks outplayed the St all the andhad t little Taouble in defeatirtg In the came the sur rise when the Gibson boys are all set to bat to a finish for the top position itf the National league pennant Haskell Won From of E The Haskell baseball team de feated the College of Emporia 5 to 2 Saturday afternoon in ja five in ning game at Curtis pitched the Levi The game was called at the end of the fifth inning to give the Ind ians a chance to catch a train for Iiassn Through With Football former Haskell and Carlisle football in in Law rence for school He has been in Mich Lassa announces that less something happens he is through with football as a Totnls 2 1 i 0 1 II s 0 1 0 r 3 3 AB R IT TO A 1 i 1 1 7 0 2 0 1 1 n n o in 2 o c 3 1 c 2 1 p 3 2 Totals I27 C in for Akin in Score by innings Assies 000 001 Kansas 000 H2 Summaries Threi base Cow Bloomer and Two base Sacrifice Stolen Boyd Wenzel and Double Bloomer to Murphy to Earned Kan sas Left on AsrKies Kan sas Hit by pitched Harris and Passed Struck out by Bloomer ham Bases Vial off Bloomer off Curiiiingham Kansas Time of OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE By Condo Yes f 1 IT THC5T2S ITS JUST ITS TO RUN P THIS Drake with a well balanced won the annual Missouri Valley Conference Golf tournament at the close of the two days of metal play on the Lawrence Country Club For seventytwo holes the four Drake players turned in a team score of Nebraska was second with and Kan sas third with McKee of Drake took the with low individ ual score and a total of 314 for the seventytwoi Dickenson of Drake was second low man with 340J and Gilbert of Oklaho third with Salter of the Nebraska team was for tjie Cornhuskers with a score of 3GS and Bornstein was low man for Kansas with his team with score of The score for seventyrtwo loles Drake 314 Dicken son Drake 340 Gilbert Okla homa 344 Peyseur Drake 345 Salter Nebraska 3G8 Bornstcin 373 Aikens Nebraska 378 Slattery Ne braska 385 Henkleman Nebras ka 393i MacMurray Kansas 400 Hackett Diake 403 Tur ner Kansas 412 Johnson Ok lahoma 420 Waggoner Kan sas 1 NORTH LAWRENCE NOTES i I Roy BuShey and family left Saturday evening for California on a several weeks Busheys pass came earlier than expected and they made ready right away for their trip Their first stop will be in Los Angeles with Roys fathers after that they will bev in several differ ent as he and his wife have relatives all over the Ray Zimmerman and withi Fetterling and of motored to to attend the decoration exercises and to lay flowers upon the grave of Sentiment that Czar who last year led the twi light leaguers through a success ful season of return from retirement and again get the ancient Lawrence institution linet out for the The De Molays are organizing a baseball team under the manage ment of Harold Snider and will en ter the team in the Twilight Those interested in becom ing members of this re quested to meet in the A U building tomorijoiv afternoon at I The Fraternal Aid Union ami the Telephone company have al ready organized their teams and are awaiting the ap of opponents on the The developed some of their old time baseball and for the first time years stand ready to en ter in the j AT THE COUNTRY CLUB Golfing and Other Events Sched uled for Tomorrow A tombstone tournament will be held all day tomorrow at the Lawrence Country bers are instructed to get a tombstone from Franc add their handicap to play that number of and then plant their Prizes for those who get furthest on the course will be There will be special events THOMPSON A CANDIDATE Senator for Congress Second District the two ladies There are six sisters living and every year some of them place flowers on their mothers an ple of love that might be The Centenary people report two good sermons preached by Brother Morris The Cen tenary Aid Society meets in the Annex A dime tea will be The Sunday School is practicing for Childrens the program to be given the second Sunday in The Sunday School at the Christian church is holding up ine since the Superinr endent Ewing plans to en ter into contest with some other school as soon as a littlti better organization is William former United States senator from Kan now a resident of Kansas will be a candidatje for the Democratic nomination for con gress in the Second District at the August In his announcement Thompson calls attention to his while a member of the sen in the interest of the farmer and of his stand on public his1 knowledge needs of the people of Kansas and his knowledge ofhow to secure favorable1 legislation in NOTICE TO WATER CON SUMERS In the Section West of Louisiana and North of 12th Streets Popplewells claes of young mar ried women will meet with John Friday to organize and arrange for Biblc tudy beginning with the first dis announcement of these neetings will be made from time Every one interested is welcome to these meetings and on y a few lessons will get us ready to prepare easily and intelligently Sunday School Popplewell will assist with the and Castle spent Sunday in the Raw Valley Edward with ier John vill major to the Deay cemetery sixteen miles southeast of Law to attend memorial exer McCollochs drug store reports ncreased sales in kodaks yid kodak line of astman products is broad enough o suit the average At his store vou will find the box Brownies from 2 and also the biding kodaks for morp particular The prices on them rang ng from and The Joseph team is out in ront and setting a hot pace in the Western lii Various places over this dis trict for the next few the water is liable to have to be shut off to make connections to mains for jafew hours at a It being impossible an account of conditions to notify thepeople in we advise all consumers living in this section of the town to be on the safe sideby having some water drawn ahead so that they may not be inconvenienced more than absolutely necessary in the mak ing of these various improvements to the water The water department will make every effort to make these shut offs of as short duration as pos sible in each case but the water users in the above mentioned dis trict should endeavor to have some water drawn ahead at all at least for the next1 ten of Will Not Meet No meeting of the Chamber of Commerce will bp held tomorrow The regular weekly Tuesday luncheon will not be held on account of Memorial The office of the Chamber will be closed Skin cure for itch and skin dis Drug try fair golf open to men and with five novelty will be At a mixed foursome will be played on a miniature ninehole At 7 a ladies putting contest will be At oclock dinner will be and dahdng will start lit and Kasold and children have left to spend several months in Munley and Max spent the day in Kansas Jack and small son oC Des are the guests of and Baldwin Haminig spent the day in Kansas Oscar Dahlene of Alabama arrived Sat urday for a visit with Mc Curdy and family ami Carrie Butler and Miss Florence Butler left today to visit in awl Roberts and Miss Arline Roberts motored to 1opekn Miss Eleanor Atkinson cd Friday from where she has been teaching in the ligh Miss Atkinson and ier MrsJ and a Lucile Hud son of will leave CORNS Lift Off with Fingers hurt a bit Drop a lit tle Freezone on an aching instantly that corn stops then shortly you lift it right off ivith Truly Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of Freezone for a few suf ficient to remove every hard soft or corn between the and thte without sore ness or MOTHER Babys Bowels with California Fig Syrup When haby has ood feverish oated tongue is restless ant sleep because of clogged just give a half teaspoon ul of California Fig It loves the wind and gas all tie souring bile and poison ight out of the tender little owels without cramping or over cung and batiy usually gets eaceful Contains no nar otics or soothing Millions of mothers depend up n Syrupx to keep abys bovyels sweet and your druggistfor enuine CalifoVnia Fig Syrup rhich has full for in ants in arpis and children of all ges plainlyprinted on lothers You must say r yob ma r get an imitation fig Special Sale of Indestructo Trunks Ward Robe Steamer Flat Indestruct6 Trunks Guaranteed 5 years Special Sale on Suit Cases K Club Bags Gladstones Brief Cases is your chance to save moneyon your Summer Straw Soft all for Glad to show Closed all day Memorial Day MAY the first of next to the summer in Miss Laura Pugh Kansas City spent Sunday with friends at Rickerr Bob Mason will arrive the last of this week from New Mexico toattend the Phi Gamma Delta farewell McDonald has gone to lola to spend McDonaldaccompanied her Rogers was here the high school graduation Weise will arrive tomorrow from New York City to visit and Weise Weise will return at once to New York and the rest of the family will visit rel atives here and in Herbert Little of formerly of is spending a few days Little graduated from tha Uni versitylast He is now the capitol correspondent in Madison for the United and Oscar Dahlene came from Sunday to spend the summer ine Dahlenes ami and other relatives in Dah lene is teaching mathematics at the Alabama State Pearl Fuller and Mar low Fuller have sold their home in Lawrbnce and have gone to Hutchinson to make their Douglas Radio 11 tfcgb FRITZ Ella Constipation Can Be Quickly Overcome CARTERS LITTLE LIVER Purely vege sure Alia oa the Re lieve bilious jnesv dizzi ness and They do gaull SUMMER IS HERE And you will need an Ice Box or Refrigerator and we have them at prices that will interest Come in and let us show you our line of THE PENICKROMINE FURN ITURE STORE We Buy Furniture Phone 929 8IM FRANK of formerly matron at the State Reforma tory who says she is delighted with Tan lac since it restored her health after she eight This the first timein eight years that 1 have been free from stomach trouble and it is all be cause of tho wonderful good Tjn Inchas done said Frank 22 Cedar Frank Wilkid formerly resided in and for two years was matron of the State Reformatory at 1 was eating scarcely enough to she for I would rather not touch a bite than suffer the misery I knew would Even sweet milk disagreed with 1 was sick in for two and three days at a and gas on my stomach made such an awful pressure onmy heart it al most cut off my 1 had horrible at night and in the rooming was all tired the longest lay live I will praise for my improve niont has been simply 1 have no more my ap petite is I can catmost anything I want and my sleep is suund and I am thorough ly delighted with It Tanlac sold by all good drug RflRiS Garters work for you 16 hours o day The PARIS Garter bade mark is an em blem to men everywhere of 3000 hours or solid It symbolized supremacy in garter value and Invest a moment to ask for PARIS Garters and you be sure of socks and happy Ices for months and See the PARIS figure on the box before you Single Grips 35c and Double Grips 50c and More men than ever are wearing PARIS Garters in silk at 50c and Have you tried them 1 Childrens HICKORY Gaiter CHICAGO NEW YORK NO METAL CAN TOUQli YOU Doatli Gnu Paris SOcandufl Forgetj your troubles and lets Smilin9 Through Phone emetery Wredths For Decoration Day BelFs Flower Shop M ;