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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 27, 1922)
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Ti.nlghl mill Huturdny, ruin In
West, ruin ur onow In vital portion ;
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NEWS OFVTHtf WORLD
BYTHE , e
Member of the Associated Press.
KLAMATH VM.1H, OltKOO.V, II1IDAV, .IANTAIIV 1!7, IIKKJ
rincK mvk cf!tm
-t , .r j J4 i
rlflceiilli Veiir. n.gg CiHi, U'
IS SAID TO BE
Fact Is Evidenced by Heavy
Orders Being Received
by Western Mills '
HAN ritA.STIHCO, Jim :7. Tim
whole iinllnn In "lumber hungry."
This fact In ' lili-nccil by I tin Iro.
maudlin order received by North
ern mint India fur lumber unit n I
compilation of reports fnini rail unit
,iunvaiii n 01 nil nun uuve survny
fil llio situation lo earn fur tho needs
Conal-ln-iouat stciitushlps urn scho
ilulint in transport ."lO.noo.uoo tret
inuntli In llin Atlantic seaboard diir-
Nearly SUU i railing steam si boon
rm mi' employed to carry lumber
from CnUllntila Itlrrr mill Northern
(utlii li Cnlltornla harbors.
Dcdtn Ihn Mil llmt It In Mill mid-!
winter, the demand for building luni-j
Iirr la surpassing fon.toul cr-ecta-,
Hum., nml tin dawti of spring III I
nn.lonlil.Mlly hrlnit n liiirUKo -)
runo if tho lnrr...ln ilrnuml. ,
fir la nui.lril hrrn In llin KholrMln ,
market at I3S u thousand feet, base
price. The pre-war price was around !
rlleam schi'uner nperulors ro re
rrllnK only 16 n thousand feet for;
Iriinsportlnie the lumber to Hsu Fran.,
rlicn. Tim rati) to Han l'rilro via,
mean route I 17 So. !
Operatora declare Ihcro la Utile
IIUIIhoo.1 of lumber reaching the.
pro-war fliture. They point to the
possible scarcity nf imilerlal. the In-'
(rem... In the price of oil, which has'
Jumpod from to teuu n barrel In II.
nml thn added cost of labor. The pre
war wane to seamen was IIS u
month. It Is now 177 '0 a month.
Hlcmly (Imwtli In H. I'.
Tlium l i steady nrowth In the
demand for lumber In Han Krnnclsco,
due. In Increased bulldlnR. The spring
Is predicted to turn thu revival Into,
Iterords show that during the
month of Nmcmber 13.00(1 tons of
cargo wero moved out of Hin Fran
cisco. In IVrember. 17,000 tons, and
It Is cipcrtcd that thin month's ton
nage will amount to about 30.000
I.utl week over S.200 tons were
taken from this port.
Tim rotlvul uf Ihn copper market
accounts largely for tho Inercasn In
lho lumber trude. tflrlnls said.
During December thn port took
lao. Olio, uoo feet of lumber. A snap
tally mado hern officially credited
Han I'edro with receiving 120,non,.
ono feci up in Jnnunry SI.
Mine Tlmlicr Wnnleil
Whllu building In the, Houthern
imrt of thn Hlnte hits been brisk unil
continues heavy, mui'h tonnugn in
Han IVdro Is destined to ArUona,
wbero the mines urn reviving and
culling for timbers.
Them hitvo been sewnlv-flvo
steam scluu ners routed to Hun Pedro
In this trade. Churle It. .Mit'nriiilck
nlone has fifteen ateiim si hoouorit
running In Hun Pedro In thn lumber
Trump stcmuahlpH flying thus of
nil imllona Imvn participated In the
henvy iuoveini.nl. It was estlmnted
yesterday that fifteen freighters u
mouth huMi departed with lumber
for lho JnpuneMi ports, each vessel
rniMtiln of irnnspnrtlng over 2,000,
Tho William Dollar look 2,400,000
fnnt of lumber nt Ilelllngham, Wash.,
tu Japan. Tho James Dollar la being
'towed up tho const by Ihn Hed Stuck
tug Hi.ii Moil. Win likewise will
tnko lumber In Japan,
Th Cyclii-Stornuigrnpli nt Unilor
wood's Phnrmmy hIiowh thnt the bur
omotrlc prvssuro Is mtuln rulllng
Hllghtly. Tho rnpld fnll yesterday
wiih followed by u storm ns per t hn
foreciiBl In yesierduyV Herald. Dur
ing lho nlKhl, nnd until mien lodny
tho prossuro rmuulned ulmost station
ury, nnd us wn urn now In a low nrea
unsottluit conditions uro apt to pro-
Koiocust for next 24 hours:-
Cloudy, unsellled Mouther, (em-
Thn Tycns recording thermometer
registered tnnxlnvum nnd minimum
tnmpnrntui'es Inday, its follews:
IH AMAIXHT IIIIPIIAL
Ol' AIMMHO.V iaw
WAHIIINdTON, I). 0., Jun.
27 Union Inlior won a vie-
lory In Hut iiiillnnnl agrleul.
I ii nil tnnfercurn indny, when
Hint hotly liy n vntn of 83 tu
04 struck imt or Hut commit-
ten report u recommendation
for lli repeal (it thu Adamsou
Tim conference nlso struck
out tin committee rccniuiiieu-
ilntlon Hint I lit confnronro en-
iliirsn lliu Clreut Lukes via thu
St. Liiwrriim wulurwny pro-
PUBLIC OPINION AS
COUR TTO SETTLE
MINE WAR URGED
Hiiiuli- IIniii Would IMiihlMi In.
iln-lrlnl CimIi for fan liy
WAHIII.N'IITON. J .in ST.- A gov
ernment tribunal fir tin- regulation
of the roal Industry nmir a atntuu
lory ioiIi- or Industrial luw, enforced
only liy the power of public opinion.
Is ri-iimuicmlcit in a report In iv
"I" liy Cliiilrmiiti Kcnyon of the Labor
rf.lllllllllM. utllfli fi.rMi.llk I..V...II....
it I ho disorders In Weal Virginia ami
T. r,.Jlt, ,M., i,,,,,, ,, ,,,,..
u,rn unil mi,,rn ,rti,uttMv U)T tb
recent fa M.I .(inflict., mnt prrpnrty
ilo.lriictlim In Wi-M Vlnclnln. miO
M, ,,,U., (0i,c...lon. I. tin. coal
prrlorn ami iinllnl mini, worknm
ahoulil In. nwlo tu f ml tho trouhln
Henntiir Kenyin announced m would
lulroduci. u hill ri'teruliiK hla plan
for u coal bnnril nml n code.
I of CnlnmidiiKy. llluck will have
WANT KLAMATH MINT;chur,:e'f ""' ,,U)I"K "f Mim,,l,"""ul
. materials In innuccUon with thn cam-
liniilrlr- I'iiiiii KiiKtcin Concern
llrlnjc llrrrhnl lier j
Imiulrle, IwIiir received by the
Klanuth Mint company from cast-
ern concerns urn bearing nut the'
assertions of ttn officers of that!
ismcern that Urn local mint Imluit-I
ry is cerium I,, iske Its Pisco us
one of tho county's chief sources
A New York dealer has asked for
quotations mi twenty cases of oil,
While till) I'ensodelll nimiunv nl.n
hll, M,rM rrMV(, ,0 fulllr ,hp.
menu Tlicaii Imiulrlrs. It la fell
uro but the fire-runners of n busi
ness that will Incnmso us the iua.
Ity of the local product becomes
mnre widely known.
Tim latest Nenl Hurl picture, "Dan
ger Vnlley," which Is sIkumi at tint
Strand tonight. Is a story of the de
sert ami win filmed In thn midst cf
Dear Valley uml in ibn MoJao do
sen. While It Is n picture of the de
sert on wlili h It depicts many stir
ring slluutlous, some of Hm earlier
si enes portray thn luxury uml gaiety
or New Vurk society life One or the
biggest uml most mngniriceiit hall
room sets eer lised In pictures was
erected for the filming of this part
of thn picture and over 100 extra
pel pin worn engaged In Hut produc
tion There will ulsit lie shown two
: i on wjimni .i,i.i:(ii:t)
di'k ox riii:.Mi:uv sai.k
W. K, IVrkliiM began till! In the
clriult court lodny In recover 12.
000 which he ullegos Is duo him on
Ihn sale of u creamer) uml Its eiiilp
ineiit (i thn .Milk Producurs am-.ocl.i-Hon.
The sale Is ulleged tu huve been
inude for 15,000 on July 12th. 1S-20
nnd the turn of 13,000 tins since been
paid, It Is set up in thn complaint
that thu Milk Produiers' Association
bus sold thu creamery tu W. II. Hnw
kins uml II r yen Hawkins lor $3,1100.
WAHHINOTON, Jun. 2i. Presi
dent Maiding hns Approved Congress
man Hlmiolt's hill to intend lor eight
years from tint present date of explr
nllon In Februury tho rlghta of sol
liters, sallor.t nnd murines In tho
world witr tu complete Hie entry ot
public I amis through Inability to ob
serve legulullmis 'due to sickness nr
other dlMblllty. ,
POftTI.AND, Ju. 27. Livestock
steady, Kgga 1c Inwer; buying
prices 28o und 30c, Uuttor 3c
liisiivrj Mir cnbt) 'iu,
Warrant Awaits Discharge
of Non-Partisan League
Head From Jail
l'Alt(K), N l. Jun. 27. A wur
rit lit huh Uiii.'.l for tin iirrcat of A.
(' Townloy. prcalilcnl of tho Niitlonnl
nin-pnrtlnnn IriiKUo, rluirKlUK Impll
ration In Hm iiIIikiI I'inhi'tilpinrnt
of 13,00(1 from tin. Kcamllnavlaii
Amiirlraii hunk lit I'arKo,
Tin. wnrrant la to l mriril w lion
Towncly la n Irimcd not w.ck from
Hik Juckaon, Minn.. n-, mIhti. ho la
arrvltiK nlnnty tiny acntrnrii for
ron.ktlon nf vlolntli.n ol the rtato
Tin, wnrrant rharwa Townlry on
criiraK.il J J HuMlnKa. fornier vl(ri
prralilriit of tho hank, to upproprlat..
3ono to lila own tine, and to tho
lino of Tnwnley.
NAME FISCAL ADVISOR
H. II, IIIiiiU in Maw riling.' of llii)-
liiK foi I lift ! ('.nil i ill I'mJiTl
M II llluck. r.f lllchlran. has been.
appointed fiscal mlvlaor for tho local
pine beetle control orKunlmtloti J,y .
T. II. Wuoilliurr of thn dlslrlrt of-
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flm of lho I . H. Forest Hervlce ol
Kan I'ruticliici . It was announced here
today by K I' Keeiie. nf thn llurenti
palicn hern this season.
Keeiie said that there Is n popular
belief hero that men are now being
hired for the beetle control work. I'll
(II authority l given :rom 'Wiishlmr.-
"'" "" """ ","' "' ""'" ,
p''lt' '"rB w11 merely luy plans for
,l, ""rV. Iiss imlit
I.I ..l...l.l .l.n. i. ii.L' ... i ,l.n
I S '..l.'.i.'ll' II',. 1,1., n .... l.iv
control project hern will hit i-Oitluuird
Indefinitely In order to keep lif.choch
the ravages ot (bit beetle, on the
same theory that flro protcctlou work
I, llltl It.MlltlTS KII.I.I'.D
i.v liitivi: m:ak .m.cdoi:i.
Over 1,100 rabbits killed III u
drive near Manloel on .Sunday were
shipped to San Fniliclsro markets.
Itabblt drives huve become, nn es
tablished Institution with Mucdocl
and Dorrls pcuple, nml tho long
eared pesta always nm killed. In
large numbers. Tho Increase in that
district hus become a menace that
thu farmeiM urn determined to
stamp out, uml the drive has prove"
tho most efficient method.
STATE GAME WARDEN
IN TROUT SEASON
lt (ipiiiiiirniliil Inn Will lli Mnile
il Meeting T I'Mi iiinl
1'OIITI.ANI), Jun. 27. Hlalo
Oiiino Warden llurRhiluff today mi
nonnccii ho would recommend to'
tho ntatti Kimio roinmlaalon ul u
mcetliiK February lfitli thnt Dm
iloti'd acnaoii for trout flnlilnn in1
Klamath comity ho extended to'
Miiy I nth. Tho regular trout acaaon ;
Iliroiichoul tho atatt open April'
IB, hut tho aportMiicM r Klnmuth'
county usked tho romuilMlou that I
thu acaacn rcmnln cloied n month'
loriKT In Klanntli bccnuia tho
KPamnlne raon laata thcr.i until' r urarion, a utiljurlt of IMtti.-
the flnt week In May. I '""'' kl"e'1 "I"'"''l i'oaa, the n.iaiat-
Jnnt cashier, nml forced fire clerk
' " 'nml a woman cuitomcr Into n vault.
"BULBUL" EARNS $140"r,,ey rt'l'b'', lho l,ank of "'""i-
lllnh Sihoiil Open (In I'i.h.h fi. It.
Incomplete, repi rla from the .pgr
ctttt llulbil), .preicnteil hy thn atu
denla of IIicMiIkIi nehool laat week,
how thut the play wn, n nrrat fin
ancial fuccee.) mi veil ua u inualcal
achievement. WccordliiK to Sir. Jm-iz
thl morning, tho total receipts cf the, HATTOIIIIDKO, Jriaa., Jan. 27.
play iimountcd to tCS9.0o and ii fewi'rh" Olrault Motor company waa rob-
who had tlcke
ta for anle had nr.t yet
r nil expeuaea nro paid.
lho hlRh xrh'Aol will reullio about
i . . I
" '"'" U,K lime 8KO ua to,
ullat "'e lho lroeil of thu oiwrotta
wnum ui pou .miss AppitRute. Hut
"H'ector. glutei! that nfter the musical
department of tho IiIkIi school hnd
purchased what supplies It needed,
tho bnlanro wtulil be turned over to
school nttMlle. ns had been done
lust ear. It will be remembered that
Hie "C.ypsy Ittvcr' netted tho stu
dents over ISQO.ou. The expenses of
this years play, were so much great
er, that such a profit was Impossible.
Miss' ApplcKate, however, Is a
IEre.nl liMwlcr of-iithletlcn U well as
n mimical Director, and has not for
gotten tbflt many (.f lho boy.i uf the
operetta cost were also members of
LEAGUE" ASKS SUPPORT
laxnl OrumilMilluii Would Hack mi
IIiiiii-m forjK of Officials"
For He puree .e of securing iiiein-
ben, .".oo or moro circulars huvo heen
mcileil out by thu
Klamath Count) '
i?util.it!f n ar-irl '
Civic League, tho orgunltatlin start
ed hern for the purpose of securing J
"Imiirovemeni In the moral mid civic I
conditions In Klamath County." The j
circular asserts thnt "luwlcssncsj Is '
rampant and defiant" In this county
and that this condition "can be
spxdlly nnd effectually quelled by nn
honest, earnest and efficient corps of
offlclnls backed up by ;i strong pub
lic sentiment expressed by an aler:
and well organised citizenry."
GUEST NONE GUESSED
mm mm b
Five Clerks and Customer
Forced Into Vault;
Escape in Car I
riTTHIIIMKI. Jan. 27 Vlv. m., '
l,"lay W"IK,,I "ntotho first .Vutlcnal j
man-ix jju.uuu m cam ami nccotP
ahlii ("curltlea and cacaped In an
Ietectlre an hour later orertodk
the uutouiohllo ami after a fuill.idit of
hota tho hnndlta abandoned tho
car ami escaped Into nearby build.
Iiik with tho officers clou- on their
I ,'l'1 '' I1SO.O0O today by two men
who w',, reported to have held up
! tbc "'K'" clerk.
Is 1l.lM-l III 1,C (. ,f , .X.
lur) for Scmnil Tcnn
Tho executive board of tho Wom
an's Auxiliary of tho Klamath County
Chamber of Commerce met In tho
Chamber's rooms Wednesday after
noon nml completed tho election or
officers. Mrs. K. S. Henry was again
elected president for the ensuing
year. Mrs. It. N. Moo was elected
vice-president: Mrs. K. T. I.udden,
Secretary, and Mrs. II, W. Pocle,
' Manylssnes for tht",ei'mlnR,ear
wero discussed by the executlvo board
and definite plans made on several
(Important tasks. The principal topic
of discussion was tho planting of
trees on both sides of the canal for
a dlttnnco of about two blocks on
each bide ot Ksplanade.
Mrs Henry was recently called to
SI. I.ouls because cf her mother's Ill
ness nnd was not protein, but the
illrrclnra uen, in ltl..nsf.tl will, her
rfcrls durlnB tbe ,,ast yi,ar that
tney rc-ciectcii ner.
imv" offickk nut auska
POKTI.ANI). Jan. 27. Jcjso i:.
Flanders, assistant prohibition direc
tor for Oregon left today under or
dors from Washington to aid In the
Installation of n prohibition director
for lho territory of Aiasn. Flanders
will proceed to Juneuu Immediately
mid will bo goiio about a month.
W. IIAMIWI.V IH VICM
riti:sni:.T oi- ktatk
I'OKTf.A.VU, Jan. 27, A. I..
4 Jameaon. of McMlllrlltc, was
elected for a fourth lorm.- front-
dent of the. OrcKon ftntall Itnrd-
wnro ami Implement Deal era na-
aoclntlnn hero today- W. W.
4 llatdwln of Klamath Palis, waa
elected vlro president.
FAST CONTESTS BY
TWO OUINTETS AT
l'nlcralj- Hull Trim CnTjr,, I-aial-
l! IIIrIi Hrho.il ttlrcn the
lRlonnlrc llnnl Tualo
In two fnat Bamej of basketball
played last nlclil In the K. A, A. A.
Mymnaalum, tho Unlvcrilty Club da.
feated tho Knlrhu of Columbus 42
to 21, and tho American '.cglon won
fro mtho lllnh school 37 to 27. Al
though tho two named were scheduled
morn ns practise scrimmages than ns;
inurnment games, basketball fans rcforl to the "tbtrJ degree," thoy
who gathered to witness the battles' nevertheless succeeded In securing
wore given some real thrills to tn,lk' ,,rncrt C0Bfes,lcns from all of thorn
about the remainder of the evening, j exfcpt 8lorn)i vho u ytt to bo .
The contest between th lr. '-Club amned.
and t,ho K. C. five, was a walk-away) Qu,; a nnwbor ,0 fpf0pIo c3mo
for tho former In tho last half thn , ,lM.Muarlor.r ilurlns tho. day.
winner, opened up with a dazzling, ,fcknj, t0 Mw,f tho ftu(f Wu,f
series of combination play and pn.-, ha,, I)een ,nkcn from , cab,,
ses which carried tho K. C. boys off eupIf(, Uy h nukVn boy nMr
tbolr feet. Perfect team work allowed , rrek cxxlWt oa Ivcan bar
them to score nt will. chef wMn nn(J shM,tf Uord
f5nie n Thriller ' w?r ou' therd?ngaln yesterday, and
Tho Leglon-HIgh school game was, "" ronRbt In a lon.l of stuff,
a thriller. ThS high school boy were Th" were nlmo,t cno1""' blank.!,
no match In site for tho six-foot hus- ,0 lart ,,crr' t0 nothing of
kles who represented the ex-serrie wpnrfnB apparel of almost every ile
mcn. but what they lacked In weight , ctll,lon- 8oB1' r ,hl1 luff w
they made up In speed and endur-i "entitled through the day. Jim
nnce. nnd they played their big op- "oddard. who occupies n cabin on
ponenls oven In tho last half. Doc. Wlion Island In UVo Kwauoa.
Noel was tho big score getter of tho flckxl out somo clothlna which bad
evening, making 25 of lflon', 37 , ,,cca 'oI" f,I l' "ln. nd
point,, ' ono of tho Vochatzer brothers lden-
Tho line-up was: University Club.!."'11' rrerI blankets and a nul
un.ui. ii,..iiiiv t iiaii.im. M.t tress wtilch had 0 taken from
.u.... w.wuum., . ... ., awn,vi -..v. i
Dunn: Knight, cf Columbus, Santa-1
man, Donnelly, Uurvan, Mnman and.
Shay. Maybcrry and Murphy; High
school. Grove. Peyton, Coetz. S:hrlv-
cr and Montgomery. '
HiRli School lliukrlball
Tonight the County High schot.1
basketball five under thy guidance
of Coach Howard, I, Journeying to
nonanza to give battto to the Honnn
so high school. Tho Utter team de
feated the local boys In a game early
In the season, nnd the Klamath play
ers are out to turn thn tables tonight
Those making tho trip are drove,
Peyton, Mills. Ooctz, Schrlter, Hogue
and I. Montgomery.
Flectv Not While a Suow; Salil .
Xcvil n fl-3-ci Shampoo
Mary had n llttlo Iamb. So has De
puty ShcTlff' Marlon Darnos.
Mary's little lamb followed her to
school one day. Ilarnes' llttlo lamb
wandered up on down Main street
i Diry's llttlo lamb created a sen
sation in school, Ditto Panics' Iamb
on Main street.
Mary's llttlo lamb's fleece was I
white Us snow. Humes' little lnmb
neenea n dc snampoo.
Mnry'a llttlo lamb was kicked out
or school by an Irate teacher. Uarnes j
llttlo lnmb was served by the dopnty
with n writ rf replevin or an Injunc
tion or a mandamus or something
nml lodged In the city pound.
And so tho story ends.
ST. PAUL'S KPISCOPAL (ll'll.li
HOLDS AXXUAL KLKCTIO.V
St. Paul's Episcopal Ouild met for
u, combined business und soctartiftor
u'uon nt the hnme of Mnt. Carey
it Bins by, Thursday afternoon, .elec
tion of officers was held and (he fol
lowing wero chosen for the- coming
year. Jus. FranK warn, presiuoni
Mrs. K. D. Lamb, vice president, Mrs,
n! treas S? the M,.,.
nesi meeting tea was aervod and
plans for the coming year dlKus.iotl
HACHKII HKMW STUDKNTS
I'LAX OLD-VA8H10XKI) I'AltTV
At a nieetlug ot tho high ucbool
students ot tho Sacred Heart acud-
... ...... ...I.... .....wa n.J maim, '
ouiy jeaivmuj, ,u m.wm..
were dovlsed to hold it social liven
ing at Lyceum hall on St. Valen
tine's Pay. It Is tha purpose uf
tho class to have everybody enjoy
ono ot those real pleasant times so
much thought of In days gone by,
Four Brothers and Cousin
Arc Said to Have
Pollco headquarteri . for several
hours today proved a verlltbto grill
for thn llaaklns brothers tour ot
tbem n cousin. Karl Hasklas, and
Plymouth storm, a close friend, all
-. - . ..I- "T'.feyri..
wt U..UUI um .Vfli--vv .',"
this vicinity -whlrt fio .pjstitwl
I . M.L .. - -XT.H L . l'
th for'tTiyiu;trlf; .add ium-v-
cousin, nnd wMlo'thiTpolIco did not
,h!r tent on tho Upper Klamath
likSH tinrt Ihajr;
a. aro all youtfc
- 37KJHi2li.k. Jsaiijji,
cousin, un luskin
men. tho mnn Slorro having tho an,
Paranco of being older than any.
' of tho others. Nono ot theai bear
' tho earmark, cf criminals. On lho
contrary they present every appoar
nnco of being hard-working young
men. Nevertheless, not tho slight
est doubt can be entertained of
their guilt, at In their signed state
ments thoy detail every robbery In
which they have been implicated,
giving day and tlitc und in soroi-t
instances enumerato tho goods
Chief Wilson In speaking of tho
matter said that It was a problem In
cnmlnal Wcuoiogy that wa, too
iiiuvu ir-r mm. iiiq total value ot
the stuff stolen, if It brought top
price, and wa, divided among thi
six mon Involved, would not equal
tho amount any ono of tbem could
qarn at honest labor In a month.
ANNUAL STAFF READY
IMItoi-H uml ,slstunts Chosen for
High School Publication
Tho first step towards tho publi
cation of n high school annual was
tuken yesterday whon Principal Oootx
rcail be(oro ,no n(licmbiy, nst f
lu,mniltoni fur ttntt cfflcers mado
, th , , , . ..,,. Thn oI...
tlon will be held Friduy. Tho nomin
ations urut Kdltors. Dorothy Delzcll
and Iluth DeLnp; usslstnnt cdlton,
etha Miller and Katherino l.'lrlch;
business mnnagcrs, I'rnnk Peyton
and llarlln Adnius; auvertlslug mnn
agers. Frances Humpbroy and Map
) tin Adams; assistant ndvortlsln.;
managers, Pnnsy Itobnrtson and
Charles Orove: Jokes, Jo Upp nnd
Itohert U. Ocetzr athlctlis, Chester
Shrlver aud Wilmot Sandham; ox
changes. Vivian KUInit and Harold
Wertley: society editors, Huth I)xon
and Ksther Calkins; subscription
managers, draco Klllott and Lloyd
Cox; alumni, Fern Hanks, Dorothy
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Thompsen: Junior class editor. Until
Newton and I.esllo Peyton; sopho
more, class editor. Kvn'Cox and Wen
dell 8mlth) freshmen class editor,
Burali Schock ,uwi I-ctha Simmonds.
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