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Portsmouth Sunday Times (Newspaper) - December 14, 1930, Portsmouth, Ohio The weather i Wadi Praff Afcin lift i r ran a to be in Atli a a holds Mondo Cloudy r4 by Leo its. St Portsmouth in amp a jinxed the spartans Piaf Fulfs wow Portsmouth Ohio Booty Date milk 14. I 33 a swum mrs Ciffo Ellswo it Mumm toys with by loud psf i flirt obit Navy Charity game Farmer admits he murdered Endre family officials find most bodies hidden farm victims Check his Story quarrel Over chores leads to tragedy declares prisoner. Try the associated Ptim Williston n. D., dec. 13.�? yield intr to import unities his Kotlier anti a minister Charles Batino. 22-Yeur-old Farmer confessed to Lay. His attorney raid that he slew i entire family six last february after a quarrel starting Over farm chores. A Niton a alleged admissions came after two Days almost continual Joest lolling by authorities investigate ii the disappearance the Albert k. Haven family from their farm in a Here. Shot boys first Hannon according to his counsel declared he shot Daniel Haven 19, after to quarrel Over chores about the i Arn the Haven farm killed Leland id in another quarrel and then dict . And mrs. Haven when they came to the Ham to invest Gate the absent e their sons. A three year it it a child was the next victim and Tinniey a three months old girl was dubbed to death with a Rifle butt. The Story said Hannon buried the bodies in the it it Arn the Haven farm hut later exhumed those mrs. Haven and the three year old child xxx Hen decomposition made their presence not Ion me. Mrs. Havens body he said was hauled to a Cave in Iii Mother farm nearby where a a relies found parts it late today. The issues the elder Haven Bis i sons and the infant were recovered thursday but Only parts the three year old child a body were found. Missing since february the Haven family has been Rols since february in last when Young Tannon with his father James f. Tannou took Xoreta asian la farm. The havens. Hannon said. Lid moved to Oregon but close friends if the family became apprehend through failure to receive any Weld from them and started an in Muir. Arrested a charge illegally disposing property from the Haven farm bit ii lion made conflicting statements mid changed his Story reputedly but was firm in declaring he knew nothing the family a when la by hit 8. Later however he Cesared mrs. Haven had slain the family in a fit insanity and that he lick he Bury their bodies. Although Young Bannon in Bis ,.s confession declared he alone . Responsible for the slayings authorities maintained their search for the a Titer the youth who Dis Al ared six weeks ago. Reds stage will death a a King end Cooper clan feud family warfare twin Creek stained with blood several generations brings death by bullets to two and prison to others wilderness Section scene frequent conflicts. By l w. Berns x times Suff writer. By a run. The death Jonas Yam Cooper 35, rag my the bloody twin Creek Feudal family a a leaves county officers speculating a to the future welfare the wilderness just 20 Miles West Portsmouth. Jonas Cooper died with his a boots during a gun Battle at a still lower twin Creek Friday afternoon. George Rivers Adams county Deputy state Forest Ranger says be shot Looper and his companion Everett lewi8 durin to a run kit. Lewis was removed from Stoto county jail to Adams county jail saturday afternoon. He has a pistol Ball in Bis right wrist. Who feud continue a whether the sudden death Jonas Cooper will rekindle the Feudal fires end the More than 20 years family warfare just a matter speculation county officers say. With Jonas slain Only one member the clan remains the Creek. Fred Cooper oldest the fighting Brothers lives at the head the hollow the Waters which have often been stained red with Cooper blood. The other two Brothers. Edward and Kenney Cooper Are in the Ohio Penitentiary serving sentences from to to 20 years charges shooting with intent to kill one another. Another Mem continued Page 19 prizes will be Given for Best decorated Rome first time contest has been staged to urge Christmas decorations Garden club sponsor every resident has Chance Blanks provided for entries. A concerted movement to decorate Portsmouth for the Christmas season and to Pinnate tile City with the Holiday spirit was revealed saturday when the Garden club through its president mrs. Albert be rapt 1304 Gallia Street announced plans for a Christmas decoration contest. This the first time the City has Ever had such a Competition. The plan which Calls for the awarding eight Cash and one Floral prices seeks to have Portsmouth the most artist Italy decorated City in the tri state Region. Mrs. Beradt emphasised saturday that the contest was not for the most costly decorative scheme but rather for the most artistic. The smallest cottage in the City she said will have just much Chance winning the first prize the largest and most extensive residence. The first prize will lie for with other prize 3, $2 and five 91 awards. In addition the hems Floral co. Will Nvard a Blooming Ponsetta a prize. Three judges have been selected for the contest. City manager c. A. Continued in Page four Madrid says revolt quelled that Sall by the Anor Listl in real Reidsville n. C., dec. 13.�? one Isam Gwyn negro seems Well deserving notice in the press. The reasons he says he 101 years old. He has been married seven times. He the father 40 children the youngest 14. At a recent family reunion a beef a hog a score chickens and bread from three barrels flour was consumed. The aged Man says he has never indulged in tobacco Strong drink. Several Spanish towns in demonstration mm"1 a Quot top out break outgrowth treason trials held in Russia. Try the associated press Niyork. Dec. 13�? Uptown i ii ii venue with its Christmas a 11 r and elite truffle a the a i. riot and struggle. Jeers and a but a. For nearly an Bour today i Quot a a ii Hundred communists attain it i i carry Hannert denunciation ii French Cornu Lite in East f Street. To demonstration was nut in xxx re the recent treason trials vix let Russia at which it was other Lowers were plotting to Russia. The Call printed in i ally communist a i. Declared it would be Quot the work Mower to the imperialists l r in the Ted states l Inners pulled from beneath a the Corayn lists began their into Fortieth Street denounce do Imperia Ham France Britain and the United states. Red Miami reached a Point a men fifth Avenue and the Oon i # i Hen a handful police re d. Urine club and fists and 8 Down the signs. Ven a the fifth Avenue reds lifted their Banner and broke no traffic clogged the filled with crowds curious. A Between bystanders Ami com a Roke Oil. Tally the radicals melted into n w ins a re we Ami the riot my arrests were Oak Dot body weighed Down in Lake it found vent renewed outbreaks by the associated it Madrid dec. 13.�?.martial Law was declared tonight in Lerida which 50 in lest Southwest sea and in Guadalajara 84 Miles Northwest Madrid. In the absence definite information it was assumed the government took this action to prevent possible revolutionary outbreaks. The Spanish government asserted that the insurrectionary movement in Northern Spain had been suppressed and claimed that about 20 rebels were killed in a Sharp Battle this morning. Loyal forces sweeping up from the Husca Garrison backed by Federal troops from Saragossa met near Ayer the Garrison which revolted yesterday at Jaca and bombarded them More than an hour with artillery shells. The rebels were stated to have fled to the Hills in disorder abandoning numerous weapons and some motor trucks. About too were captured and a number others were wounded. A Public order everywhere else in Spain Bas not been impaired a the communique concluded. Mam Quot my let pm a to Quot a Quot ill a mall pm i a ii trouble brews Over Relief administration insists limitation funds to 830,000,000. By Francis my the and Slami press Washington dec. 13�?harmony was in Prospect today for speedy completion the emergency enjoyment appropriation by con Gress hut trouble wan brewing Over the insistence the administration that the drouth Relief be limited to $30.000,. Conferees the Senate and House reached an agreement today in their difference Over the Public improvements funds deciding $116,000,000. The Senate proposed $118,000,000 and the House $110 000,000. The conferees at a hurried and informal meeting also agreed to restore the provision in 1\ Bouse Bill giving the president a free hand in spending the Money. Senator Robinson Arkansas. The democratic Leader who obtained elimination this authority said be would not fight it further at the Cost delay in getting the appropriation into be hands unemployed workers. Republicans want $30, xxx too while this offer cooperation came from the ranks the Senate Over in the House the democrats were preparing to insist upon the $m,-000, xxx voted by the Senate for drouth Relief. Republican leaders in the House determined to seek in monday adoption if the $30,000,000 Bill reported by their agriculture Tommy tree under a procedure permitting no amendments. Seek Newman in Westerville Holdup special to the Columbus o., dec. 12-�?James Newman former Ohio Penitentiary convict was sought by police today for questioning in the $6,520 Holdup the Bank Westerville Friday afternoon. Newman was Jar Bialiy identified by ii. T. Hance president the Bank the Bandit who scooped the. Money from the Cash drawer and escaped with three companions. Hance examined a picture in tile police Bertillo files. Cincinnati attorney Dies Cincinnati o., dec. 13.�? Al a William 8. Walker 85, retired lawyer died today. Walker formerly was a Law partner Alphonse Taft a member president Grants Cabinet and father the late chief Justice William Howard Taft. Christmas shopping spirit brings crowds into stores charges filed in slaying Jonas Cooper sheriff Mack Adams co. Seeks four liquor making warrants Coroner has inquest Deputy state forester tells different Story at hearing saturday. Acting new information obtained in his investigation tile death Jonas Cooper shot and killed by Deputy state Forest Ranger George Rivers. Friday sheriff Charles m. Mack West Union saturday afternoon filed warrants against William Mcgraw Rufus Mcgraw Lisha Blevins and Raymond Hodge charging manufacturing liquor. A liquor manufacturing charge was also filed against Everett Lewis who was shot in the Arm by Rivers. Lewis was removed to West Union jail from Scioto county jail saturday. Tells different Story before leaving Here. Lewis told Scioto county officers that both he and Jonus Cooper had their hands up when shot. He says lie grappled with Rivers and ran when Cooper fell. He denied other men were at the still. He told officers that he and Jonas had just started the still fire when Rivers and Edward Holsinger arrived the scene. Sheriff made said saturday that men named Dick Biol Singer Dick Cooper had nothing to do with the gun play. Rivers at first told Mack that Dick Cooper fired first the sheriff says. Saturday Rivers said he was mistaken and that he did not see either Dick Holsinger a Dick Cooj xer. To visit scene Coroner c. It. Holmes West Union started his probe the shooting saturday and will visit the murder scene sunday. The Coroner said saturday night that he will question several More persons before giving in verdict. His examination allowed that Cooper bad been shot three times. One Bullet slowed near the heart another lodged in the left shoulder and one went through his right Arm. At the inquest Rivers told Coroner Holmes that lie was attracted by smoke and walked in the still. He says lie had two guns drawn Aud ordered the men to raise their hands and told in they were under arrest. He says All raised their hands hut Cooper who readied for his pocket. He told Holmes that he thought Coop a was reaching for a gun and that he fired three times. Lewis be says charged him and knocked him Down. Rivers says he shot Lewis and then the Man took weapon and ran. The other four also ran taking All the guns in sight. Seek four men Carlos Graham state forester says Rivers told him Friday night that when he approached the still one the men opened fire and that he dosed in the gang. They attacked him knocked him Down and took his guns Graham says Rivers told him. Graham said Rivers told him that he grabbed a gun from Lewis and shot the two men. Holmes says Lewis testified at the inquest that Rivers approached carrying two pistols and told the men to raise their hands. They nil complied Lewis said i was claims that Rivers then opened fire. Scioto county officers have been asked to arrest the four men against whom warrants were prepared by sheriff Mack. The body Jonas Cooper was removed from the Robuck funeral Home in West Union by undertaker Robert Kress Buena Vista saturday to the Home Lafe Kirk at the month upper twin Creek. Funeral services for Jonas Cooper will he held monday at 2 p. In. At Mck Dree m. E. Church with burial in the Church cemetery. Homemaking taught in local High school the Home economics department Portsmouth High school offers to the 115 girls enrolled in its courses training in homemaking and Good citizenship. The course comprises two years vocational instruction and since under the Smith Hughes Law a portion the exposes provided by the state and National departments the work Given under direct supervision the state supervisor Home economics. Tin local detriment meets the require three escaped men captured training in Home making. Good citizenship offered girls in Home economics department p. Ii. S. Local classes meet All requirements state. Menta state department in j subject mutter length class in a j hods Home project work and pro-1 Volding instructors particularly train . Clit r cd for vocational work. Vinton county sheriff i Ai the Home economics classes meet i rot a iij4 mice nor Pitann. For double periods minute it thu Nis v,, Anson each Day. The curriculum Organ pig Foj Home. Sized around everyday family Rob by the Lorn the solution which develops Mcarthur. O., Dee. 13.�?three in the pupils the right attitudes to-1 Cabinet officer daughter to wed by the Aii Orlam press Washington dec. 13.�?the engagement Gertrude Lamont daughter Secretary and mrs. Lamont to it Barie Eskridge Sultzman son major general and mrs. Charles Saitzman. Was announced today. General Saitzman chairman the radio commission. Gridiron club enjoys dinner president Hoover guest evening enjoys program satire. Both Aster ated pre Washington dec. 13.�?brood humor joined song and satire at the annual dec Emler dinner Tho Gridiron club tonight newspapermen painted prominent Persona and big events the Canvas caricature. In resident Hoover and the dabs other distinguished guests were called upon to banish the cares state and look lightly upon the problems Public affairs. The unmaking was launched with a terrific crash falling crockery echoing through the to banquet Hall. A member rushed Forward and explained to president Charles. Groves the Boston Globe that the noise was a Only the american voter vindicating . Hoover at the polls november 4.�?� the president had his Opportunity to it eak his mind freely before the even no was Over but Only those present know what he said. An old established Rule Quot reporters never Are present at Gridiron club senator Robinson tile democratic floor Leader was the Only other speaker. Fess Napoleon senator fess chair Man the Republican National committee was portrayed the Field Waterloo in the guse Napoleon Bonaparte astride a restive horse a volstead a Riding to the front just in time to receive returns the nov Emler elections. With a Farewell to his army he promised to get what were termed his beaten followers jobs Amaxas Sadorus and judges. He assured them that the Quot did guard Dies but never surrendered the chairman Raskob the democratic National committee portrayed a fairy godmother touched a bedraggled Cinderella with a magic Wand to have her doff rags and step Forth royally Clad a Symbol a rejuvenated democracy the Wand was topped with a huge Dollar sign. Prohibition Drew attention in a parody entitled a out where the wets Ward family relationships and in streets them in economical business methods in management family income and housekeeping duties. Particular emphasis Laid upon the development skill among the girls in attaining healthful standards food clothing and shelter. In Harmony with the High ideals stressed by the course appreciation Art taught to encourage tile girls in applying the Laws Beauty both to their personal appearance Ami to their Homes. Work divided the class work for the first year la divided into the following units foods and nutrition clothing and related Art and House planning Ami furnishing. During the second year instruction Given in advanced food Ami nutrition advanced clothing and related Art child development Fuyii prisoner. Who escaped from the Vinton county jail her thursday night were recaptured last night by sheriff Ray Cox Anil his deputise. The prisoners William Philli . Chillicothe and Cecil and Earl Riffle Brothers were found in the Riffle Home at Hawks station. 15 Milea from Mcarthur. They Aid they had walked the 15 Milea after escaping and were resting up no they could make trip into West Virginia. Phillips a paroled Ohio Penitentiary convict was returned to the Penitentiary in Columbus by the sheriff today. The Riffle Brothers were remanded to the county jail. They Are charged with stealing tobacco from a Farmer. Phillip will serve from 5 to 15 years in the Penitentiary for burglary. The Trio dug their Way through a Brick Wall to Carara from the county jail Here. I 4 signs the times Quot proof that conditions growing better merchants stocks Complete for seekers the Choice gifts and varied Aper Tion for the Moat Thrifty at the Sho Fiera with throng men. Women and children the streets the Burin nex Tbs it. Additional crowds la the Are proof sufficient that add Man d press atm was progeny buried several weeks ago by in min Murld the Christ a shewing spirit a Pear to Hare grip everyone from the Ronn Geet in the owed Mereb it report splendid brine a slea mounting daily the figure that Cire a mgt i ail Rte to a in ti., Lur the Man weighted Down a to pc Fie b i Ming tile a i a Bridge la i jibe \ to Here teds a the bed which had be water for a saw in. H1? two Rattan that a Tahi tire Nib m ring definite fed returning mid in the tidal Ani in had death de Nalt spare with the Fig Nara and Quot Ugrina under a a Ridge air a 1 it a Ream a 00 found a it Rel fwd aute Lam new the Ina week in id dare has a Atad Safe. A set 4 Tench a a 1 a and a aaied taut a wed think a and a for i Rimce Coo Der Abl new merchandise re sex red for the Holiday Trade there la sure in he Complete storks awaiting a gift Hunters Froes now until it Hristu i eve. I weal merchant bae Der dad to keep their place bad near open monday. Tuesday and wednesday it before Hunt a splendid a rower Etaf morning time Kwa the a anon no Aamot he the in Etna motor saturday that it to theater manager robbed by bandits by the Aster ated pres Chicago dec. 13.�? apr three men a Rule i with revolvers. Invaded the office the manager the Majestic theater in the Loop. Just before the matinee performance today and escaped with $3,500. Money that was to have been used to the rant injunction but irked j Columbus a. Dee. .�? a a injunction suit to restrain the Dayton in aptly fixture company j i my ton. I., from making vegetable sprayer a. Was flied in Federal court today by the Hamilton manufacturing company Dallas to in Hamilton company claim to h4d patents the prayer m ant to by hoi he St a lairs Hajj. I a 13- apr . I sled bin the Quot Tate Home fare department today Filiti i adding a i App it Ion i asking the tone ital to the Lima state Hoof Tai urn the a Rimini Naan John Woad. Lemr do Slayer cd William Meek. Martin Washington Bank must $195,870 by the Assn lated press Washington c. In Ohio Doc. 13.�?the defunct Ohio state Bauk must $195,870.s6 its indebtedness Lief re a dividend for depositor May Lee declared d. J. Schurr liquidating agent the Ohio banking department said today. Schurr said that when the Bank cloned it owned $136,24.04 Bills payable to other Banka Moat which was owned the Central Trust company Cincinnati and #332,599.-00 re discount. In addition he said it had $110,359.84 in preferred claims to in a before making a dividend. the total sum $519,243.48 owed chained last july Hie Bank Hamill $30.372.62, Deburr a Ald. Senator Robinson entertains White bit#srtat#4 prs Washington. Dei. 13�?senator Robinson Arkansas entertained governor he i White Ohio. And lord a to a at lunch today at the Capitol to guests i Mlod a Gre a in senator. Weather Outlook to a a a Isis a a my Mhz. Ltd. In a i weather out wok far the week it re plug monday j Der. Aril. He much Malta during in week Aud perhaps mkt rata Ted Aith we to the a temperature will he moderate in half in a neck turn a it the Mitt Slaw and near to Hake in a halt hut my a redder wether seems i drum in latter half Suer in a i awl continued Page 20 Missino woman found in Creek mrs. William Walters 78, Turkey Creek narrowly escapes drowning. Miming from her Horn mrs. William Walter 78, Turkey Creek a found lying in the Creek where she had gone to get a bucket water. Shwa unable to Call for help and almost drowned before being rescued by relative who Start it a search for her. Mrs. Walter wait found by her daughter . Margaret Icahn with whom she reside. She developed pneumonia saturday and her condition la so grave that relative have been aum Money to her bedside. . Walter Hal Een a life Long resident Scioto county. Her husband died about Jio year other daughter min. G. W. Thu Tohlen Buffalo a y., her Way to the ago. Mrs. Hama reside near the first covered Bridge North Friendship. An bedside her Mother. Believe it pet a to the times Waverly cd. Dec. 13.�?hero�?T a Yam that out rips Ripley and a a a Ripe Gays proof can i furan used Charles Dyke Waverly the owner a hound dog that walks hts front feet. The dog was run Over by an automobile about two years ago Aud a result his Hind legs Are paralysed. Ile carries his Hind legs off the ground and manages to walk Bis front feet. The dog May he Neon about the Street Waverly unit any Day and has travelled Many a mile in this manner. A ii Imi it Imti a in ii i in4�mii i tribute paid to scientist find misting pair in Minneapolis by the Assacl std 1�?~rsss Minneapolis dec. 13�?j. Everett Happ missing from his Home in Rockford Iii., for a week and at first thought main was under Armit Here tonight with Mia Helen a Hance former Freeport Iii., waitress who disappeared with him. Happ 32. Was arrested at the request Rockford police and agreed to waive extradition to Illinois where he charged with larceny. No charges have been filed against his cd in Lon. Police said they arrested Kapp and the girl in a lodging House where they were registered a a emr. And . E. J. former editor diet in sing sing prison by the a in int pres Ossining n. Y., dec Emler 13.�? Charles Chapin former newspaper editor who a gun ring a life sentence in Hong sing prison for killing his wife died tonight. Einstein amazed at reception accorded him by citizens u. S. By the Assor lated Pras new York dec. 13.�?albert Einstein Monarch the infinite realm the mind received today the highest Honor the Metropolis the Western world can i to. He accepted the tribute not for himself but humbly by incomprehensibly popular Symbol hundreds men science the illustrious and the obscure Lite great and the lonely working in laboratories Ami classrooms All around the Earth. A i feel this reception not for me personally not a Man to Man but a recognition All the scientific work that being done the world Over not Only by me but by Salesman killed Helf Mansfield it dec. .�? apr Coroner la. E. 8hreffler today returned a verdict suicide Iii tile death j. R. Mainline Huntington. W. Va., Salesman whose body was found in his automobile yesterday. Killed by Coal Bicket Haku Ben Ville. O., Dee. 13.�? apr a Coal bucket struck Ami killed James Ralston 32, Toronto at the Ohio Edison Power Plant Bere. Community birthday party to be Given Man 104 years old Gottleibi Days Scioto county a oldest resident living near Clifford to be honoured next saturday takes Short walks despite his Century Mark. Gottleih it Days. To de to cloak la vc0 0 commy it the oldest la southers Ohio. Will celebrate i Umi a birthday atm Ersary Matur Day. 2h he ties half a so East Ltd lift re Ami a a whim Natty dinner a hem arranged foe him in Uday Church near Tiff re to Briix Ripul speaker trill v ret j j Upton and it i expected that Serer i i. A mired guest will attend and wish Ivy Quot Many my return to a pm tire in dinner True v a Hup end Whir Fri Cameta Kwh <4v it r1r v donated by the Watt a Haklin a a Penny in Arna fee in to Fin abut a. Fine. So. Kim. Ile by Bern a my deat in t afford a Mem Salty to 75 year he live wit Day who la 71. Aaa. Edward Days lid near v a Erteld. Who i 70. Fie a two daughter. . Samuel Ruth up the City Sud David to Clifford Community. Day la Woad v fart that it helped rot George Millar to Taluto Trail when he warn Bah and Jesse j Maun my Trail he i Abl to get instal but artly take a Hurt walk i not about two year ago he a Ahi to walk a far a Lara ave. A distance Ai fear and from Clifford sad fraternize with i eld Comrade thee he eyesight Dat a keen any More and he heart to . Bat Ida Bukh la get Cal to attn id at Good foe a amt. The. Has passed Ltd Century tabal War Tama sad la Mill Able to in jew to to sad Eta pm left Sheri sad Fraad its victors Over sailors by touchdown 70,000 fans see Navy torpedoed by 57-Yard shot Stecker break a goes to army midshipmen unable to push across Marker when near soldiers goal. Ill Edward j. A Kiva associated in sport writer Yankee stadium. New York. Dec. 13.�?one twisting dazzling Dnn a o57 Yard lifted army to Victory Over Navy today in Sweet Charity Benevo Lent renewal an ancient fighting air i airy. For three full period the Gold crested Cadet from the Bluffs West Point and the grim battered sailors from the shores the Chesapeake locked in a even desperate Battle while 70.000 howling partisans among them the nobility the business social and service worlds yelled for the Quot break that finally decided the St niggle. Then in perfect individual play if in answer to the prayers the army Cadet Ray Stroker 170 pounds galloping Power Tore the Navy apart and raced the 57 Yarda to the goal that gave army a 6 to 0 Triumph. Stecker took the Ball his own 43-Yard line and afr caked behind massed interference at Lew Bryan and we Byng. Navy a right tackle and end. He lost his mates a he hit the scrimmage line hut he never faltered. Plows through Navy swinging wide stiff arming the inner line the midshipmen defensive Stecker swung into the open. A he hit into Navy territory his knee chugged higher he hugged the Hall to Hia Ebest and just galloped straight away Down the far Aid line for the Sailor goal. There was t any army Man in front to help Bim. The secondary swung him he crossed Navy 30-Yard line and he simply ploughed through them Oscar in Gherig middie fullback lunged and missed the 25-Yard line. Dale Railer the quarterback took his shot and failed a Stecker head up and leg churning swung Over the 15-Yard strip Lou rim. Nary a line plunging Back could in to tag him with an open band he hit the goal 57 Yard from i Point departure. Then he stumbled Down swamped under the Avalanche Gold striped maniacs who stormed out the Ruck to hug and their teammate and the game far scoring was concerned was Over. That one play perfect because the strength and courage the big halfback from Hazelton pa., gave army Victory that should have been won in the very first Quarter. Twice in that period with Sleeker the All round hero the Day and Tom Kilday 8an Antonio tex., lugging the leather to abort smashes that bit four to five Yarda at a time out Navy a desperate line drove Down the Field to the very Mouth the middy goal. But each time once after a thrust that carried 50 Yarda to Navy a 14-Yard line and again a 21-Yard drive to the sailors 12-Yard Stripe Sleeker tried to pass for touchdown Hen army could t seem to miss gaining through the line and both times hts tosses were incomplete Over the goal for Touchback. A it checks rushes the first this happened Navy Light a aggravated by a bad from Center that rolled All the Way to the six Inch Mark before Byng Dors into pile army men and got it Back. Big a a Blimp Bowstrom Navy capt sin and kicking tackle got Bis kick away to Appl Knocker Quot Bowman Cadet quarterback from Harriman team the Sailor 37-Yard line. Army pounded sight Hack completing a 16-Yard Vasa from Steerer to Bowman. But the next time the mid hip Ien took the Ball their Luck a better and army Chance to pile an Early and decisive margin a lost. There seemed no question that the better team won. Although the Navy fighting an inspired Battle with att Eye to upholding the principle Eliut brought about the break in relation with the cad to following the lc7 game. Had one grand Chance to and Perlia win the Only game the two schools May play for some time. No scoring punch Bowstrom lifted a Long punt to Bow Man shortly after Stocker scored in the fourth Quarter but the Little Cadet Huck attempting to play Safe and hold the lend fumbled a he signalled for a free Ratch. Byng re covered the Hail for Navy army 25-Yard line and the big crowd Al i ready thrilled by one Climax Rug with one great shout in expectation another four time from that spot nary i fled top a the to lug touchdown lint the Cadet line a magnificent for Avard Wall. Rushed every Effort and the Alert Arntz Back knocked Down j three tosses. The fourth pass e bean bul play in which Byng a left handed heaver swept into the Backfield am shot underhand to the right while following a charge around left end. Fulled when he threw wild lag Lorg who was free almost at army goal. Wild a swing this time by John no Saunor. Navy a if no met a Poca a a sire in the Woad Quarter. Gam j non called a Surprise teas from i i c Miti 25 Yard a foe but could not i. A Ghent. Who was wide and dear m an sen ,.pi Arain the to i qut afo ter Tutti apr a atm. Sleeker famine to Navy Jam Shnek <4 Mhz fed toil pro i coupled with tile Delv Imi Joe i a Hir Mil half he Carrit a no i nit agas writers a Dun me St Lei Tran a Srap 1 Rad be aside Frum a Law Chan Swa never and Ewald Cham m he it

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