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ANK VER ELEVEN kEDA ACSVER STRONG AS
Co.~
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~PHILLIPS
ESTM3LISHRD
J-AC
1878,
DEMY
O THSHALLOWELL DISCUSSES
AS- APROFESSION
WEKART
ANKVER ELEVENkEDA
ACSVER STRONG
~
TEAM TODAY
ted
,ndov,*r
.Robert
Saturday-. Oct. 5, 800 p. mn.has written TimPEILLIPIAN.a let.Fyin.Flet."
'-'Te
Mg.is.
ANDOVERMEN. WIH ISTRS
n
Oct. 9--Club football ter exliigteavnae
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Wednesday,
prouncertain
this,
of
disadvantages
.
games.
the
Feld,
Brothers
on
Today
The remarkable point
fession.
Andover eleven plays the Harvard Saturday, Oct. 12, 8::00 P. i.career is that
1-allowell's
MNr.
about
Frankie
Brown,
'joe
Movies,
second
thebe
to
is
yeai1ings. T11his
nbdand
ne
tde
nee
ela
Bod
Costello,
Darro, Helene
hich th Blue ha played
game~in
lIes Hari'eford, in "The Circus n setrl
efttred He is
Ki.'
this,,,eason, 'while it is the visio'
has'reen-hadhefaVALUIABL
Ite
Since
L'ewisohn
intefmous
ed
epreset
hethi team i
-i
fiir
.
..
'
h''v~'uch of a real chiance topoeFR
isorth. the utcome is inl consd&bedoubt.
in one The -Andover men
hae, n loss, chalked' up against
HOOAY1LiQL
NOE RSES
-
HELD SPELL BOUND BY
rodctin, taringKREISLER'S
wynAlaer
bridge.~~~~~~~~~
~~~ilin Last Game
f.suet
lgt
~~~~~~~~Saturday, Oct. 5, 2.30. p. n.-Soccer gradluate of. the class of-.1906, nd thiln a isfew inevitable
In~~~~~~ured
disasters.
aviators,
York,
New
in
artist
known
well
a
Academy.
game with Tabor
Recovered,
ot
h i cns imda h
"~Have
ANDOVER AUDIENCE IS
___
cletion and' was included in the
olction; recently dispersed, of the
late Arthur B. Davies.
*
.
GENIUS
Violinist Wins Everyone
by His Playing and
sea, daring parachuite jumrps, sen-Peonlt
Hallowell, an Andover sational maneuvers in tesis
Freshmen second teamiat Cam-
.TH.
-
be
Saturday's
"Ti"Te Flying
Golda Metrowill
Fleet" picture
Football galn6. with Harvard
te~xcetionof Crane,
W.,
is
OIS
TOIH'
oaro_
auExplains the filmfaoieamn
Andover Alum
anAiaPge
Attract-ions of this
Fehen.
r
ignpt o h so
h
Saturday, Oct. 5-Second, team
thle fatal wreck of a giant plane at
Lcto
football, game,- with Harvard
I~~AIW: FRESIIYU
ASS
TenCet
OCTOBER 5, 1929
MASSACHUSETTS, SATURDAY
~~~~~~ANDOVER,
5
L~~~~~~lA
Number
I~~~ olume
CLE
esnlt
NOE
W
O
ThairsenspfledaiteNot
r
a
noe
ih
Ls
Island naval base, include the terriuha e
ocr
te. Navy's famous ilege oha
yn tnso
Intimate, scenes have a chance to attend. In the.
Suicide * Squad.
Service abroad opinion of. many, it was the greatest
the'
in'
life
the
show
oe;
Saratoga,cnetvrpestdatA
the airplanec carrier
ra elwe
ssyn
in the flying base of the Navy.' nIti
n osdrthe famous musicians
UTIDD
POTGRPH
rt Kres
lydhr..
wohv
IU~~IUI
iU1~i
'
who is conceded to be. the greatOACIeYIr,
est living violinistrle anaui
GIE
filled to overflowing the
ncwhich
dig eore
hosSuetPa
W aigo'Auioim
r Civilnt Waradin
o'f~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ADVR.TUTES
o only was every seat filled, but'
~EPIL~A
dtro
h
- tbi' but tIS ms ob ae o
fM.tmpaycaisnterarfte
tecursy
Thog
have
-I
and
me,
invited'
kindly'
has.
Stimson, Cochran, and.
g'-sly since they. were on the oprashlyagreed, ' write a letter on W'inthrop H.' Duncan, '61, the hall and on the stage ad to be
Ropes are Honrd
'~~ts'two-yard ie twice. and
howr
Art. Unfortunately, art means so Trustees have respcntly received bruh"in.'Adtoe
to score because of a fumible
eecranyntdsp
peet
Stephen
late
the
of
estate
theneetsa-many'different, things to' -so nmany'from
am intercepted pass. The Crim
Hull, '61, a unique 'and valuplydwtal
er Lewis different people ht i-sestmParker
ooal
the
pvr.~elon',
h~fe
hae soe
anywhere,alepogrh'swigamitypindfrrisr
get
to
going
are
fw
n
tt
o
'84, Sceary
'practice games. their coach- .Imn'
his skill a varied and brilliant proparade 'of the.tistude.nts.et
o Stae aofwePis
rm
81
th-srng.f'
caeyi
to
niot
all,
of.
first
"me'
to
up
is'
it
Trustees
of
'Board
the
of
in 'the'aerial part -of 1m1"ember.
~~hardhefirst number,~ the "Sonata in
under-rdthe
'6f
one
no
Probably
-make
to
but.
undefinable,
rdddeane the
ifene.Ther 'lne'is.' -quite of Phillip -Academik, was
dentiiedmAminor"tbyrte Itaiantcmpose
ofLaws ce~r-'t leat wha art mans t me.:uatesintunformtcnwben idurtingd
and'as1 th -degee of- Docor
for
tea a reshmn
ut itre.a
ht oay
sndleeistaset
ntt-T
atr
y he
L..
in efawellt- grunded
Pasquali. was. in. twvo parts.
Campus, is
Seminary~~~~hi
tNicolo,
~
en
asmarekd
agoAdio
fis,
asTh
di'onthnfrato
and
apart,
world
a
in
'lives
interesting as~ givingifomtoasTefrtLrg7dtow
Is of "bucking and "taking tions : New York' University, Wes-, the artist
and by beautiful examnples of doubleOf 'necsst the 'visitors' leyan Uierity adYale Univer- that the remotest understanding of to. how Phillips cadets dressed
This Kreisler played.
the stpping
of
period
the
during-.
th aigmarched
odmns
whteis
oeet,
~involves a certain amount of sity.- At -Amherst College, onofJune
-escn
wvas born- in
Hull
Mr.
War.
Civil
perspective.
ofanew
the'
Cochran,
Thomas.
The squad-lhas recently been 17 'Mr.'
D albe faultlessly. The second movement,~~~~~~~~~~
Pnnylan
a
'.
a ul fdfi
Baly Penlvia,-Dceme
omoehundred ' and-'eighty Board 'of Trustees of-Phillip Acad-.
iiet.rso
(Cotinuedo"Pa~h)"28, 1840, and 'came to' Phillips Acadhe dree f
re~
Isowarded
nt' "Te
East- Greenwich cplt. thnlinling andm,btnreliiaichchroemy.. in 1859 froni E
eg
a a a
emy. sevey.
to about
aes. Her agin the execu
atc
He
Isnd
followingjNTSAaey.iRhe
the
with
Laws,
f
Doctor
i~~ing menhave, all 'had quite'
aspret
tion
in~
1861
withdrew from' Andover in
jfprevious football 'experience. citation by President Arthur. Stan
a
h ats' seod nme
to .enter- the -Northern Army,
ieIorder
hmsCcrn
h
hsi
~J~fotunatly 'fr 1Harvard, one ley .Pease,-inlay'
Caon"
Bc'
the
throughout
served
.he
which
~~~~~~~~~~~~~in'
i
n,
wat
ishinthrecinCollfinance,and skillfuleAnihe
Finlayson,
best linemen,
~~~~eir
A th AmetColg Cinwawth'distinction. --Aftethwa
th other ay broke his ankle ognition of that vision wvhich 'has
;us~
ooee vitn'n
raetvoi
i
ayLlirde
otatpitdb.h-'are
eneet
an outstanding benefactor
made you
sq-o
iq.~crimmageand
and moved t'o'Scranton Pen- also the, most difficult to render. It
--~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~1865.
will consequent-.
ihu acmaiet
rm spae'
ly benableto perform. Finlay- of' American. seconday ducaio Alxne James, of: Headmaster nyvna hr ebcm
f diso
nraecmiain
It
-from
retired
'le
'merchant.
mic it
acd
tani
lrdE
os onitinis tackle, and -the loss :-and thus' a shaper of the
i
h
-n
ndhrois
on',De&cnne
died
and
1895
in
in the line ill m ake quite our' youth. that' by 'the authority of robes, was lpresented to the college business
4,bim
loyal
a,:
was
He
-1928.
17,
ember
of
par
iddl partet
Sow. middle
ts slow
of its
cotras of
rect contrast
of Trustees of Amherst by. his classmates in, the class
alumnus of the school.
in- the Crimson. 'Finilayson the Board
in
the.
to
'end
the
at
return
the
d
d
oegIcneupnyuted-i"I
W anExeter man adwswl
h
AIS--dul-tpigadpziaoo
T
O
E
eneint
a
tan
Dr
aong the followers ' of gree of Doctor of Laws.
kn~ii~m
klf
P'~~,al~vr
l
~e
AIT
NEW
Athe Harvard 'Commencement, as a rhember of the Massachusetts
~shoo fotbal astyer'N
whirl of
itiaig
fteure-ioa
M.AexanderJamson
tO
tdnS
eetn
o
Comte
nv rding 'the degree of Doctor of
an~Qunement as been made asit
ad'be, 'appointed to the scholarships most' talented of the youngzer
ae
rfso
~rning the refilling of' the va- Diiiyt
atr
yte-havo h
American artists, has.- recentlybat
Preiden Lwellreferred lately provided by Thomas A. Edi- painted
Roes,
ftepo
oto
Te-scn
for the Trustees of Phillips
o
a portrait ofMjr Geni- gramt consisted of the."Cnet
te18hCmmneet-o-Aaey
a.woematr
s~Af
te a grat deal of shifting. theto hi
This
Saens.
Saimt-by.
Bminor
in
'3
hig-hthe
-75.
ral Henry G.. Sharpe,
~.Cad
fteaote
-604positions have been assigned to pic nteat
-ranking officer amiong Anoerwork represents the French Romanest
uhAhrtClee
fwa
oe
sa
vrsan
B.ion. and Bordn.Kidder and(
Fuess was awarded the honorary, oradtiates durain the 'orld VWar. tic school of music.- .The first movend a work'ought t be."
er
paywillleftpobably
~~~degree of Doctorof-eesLitGeneral Shaipe. 'who wxas Quarter- ment, Allegro von Trappo, is- a
mse Gnrlo'teA.vdrn
'D)tguards respectively. Kidder
fl fgisn
opsto'
h erystages of -thle conflict, has, ']le
OnJnv17 tth nulCi
uae rom Andover last June SAXONS.PLAY.GAULS 0-0
nvriy since his retirement, resided in dos. On the other baud;, the second
fBon
on the ootball eam
and'playd
ilee
hinashiniton. He ppeeented to the movement,'AAndantnno.qquasi
ontrar~' to the gei~- X~r Archibald Xngt~' Freen~an of
But instead
the fall.Thursday,
h in of
ot,'ahrsohn
sa
School last. year. a beautiful' stland.( et
and a fine silk
'he class of 1889 at that institution, o'naiiaclors,
the Harv- eral expectation, h Sxn-G7
guard on asb~~position
leplayed at tackle for
oeet
are mld.I-te-hr
football ame resultd in a-score- ~was awvarded the honorary .degree service flaz; both of-. which
~ team,.
Mfaestoso-Allegro
Malto.AModer~ato
George
o
intevestibule
-placed
(M.A.'l.
Arts
of
Mlaster
of
aigamc
aos
The loss 6~ him lesste h
~~Prepschool.
un
th-cmoe which
ofVn Tapo
al TepraIt
Ingti
.Ws
During the spring terml, . the Hed
'and a veteran backfield.
been quite a'p lem to Coach heavier line~vas
iln caInpler.
aan 'tro
hbenproutl-~i'erle
Shaen
Ge~na
caBothe
not the case.winners,
ntemsc
yall
such
-but man
this reliable
filling'tha
~ye
lcdwt
noe
master preached at M\ercersburg'to
would- -be v'ery, happ weeprophesied to be the
'Irl*o'
e.
yalu ntem
nerpe
f other distinise alm i
tunes
gave
Pa.._
A-erdersburg
Academy,
t sc-wsnthecs.Bt
phtfile
rtsoatn
lieein'en-,aze'l'bu
also
has
Tamnes
Alr.
at
e the coimmnencement 'acdresses at the
gain teamrs wvee ou d blo
ortant positon: roihi
thsseason. It js expected that easily seen by the-hard drivingc styl'viniie Shool 'otn
of.other erni- 'This number with its varied mo ods.
adati'cpngorraits.
kl
with Phil- -showed ag'ain' the ipcal
~connectedl
persons
nent
Y.
oxville,,N.
BatodHul
playwhic prii-ntd.
-be.'the.cente.
willCrison
kl
pcal
repro,
recently
'-He
lips. Academyi.
e'lsspe'tthSuh
kckfinte
oiteSao
Of~nKreisler.
was a 'graduiate from Milton'
(;xo
kikMiddleromth
of the recital
lhetidscion
h
otatp (161
uelawl-nw Tedidiall Morse,
Tintaia
ith scha ws's
ared
'lastand hd a' finefirst quarter, the Gauls; had posses- sex- Conference' of
emyear
Reverend
.Trnsteec
earlv
'the
of
one'
cenitrea
plhal-afryteneitirt
ere. His,
Churches i~~~~~~n\Voburn, the, Boys'~1826').
'at
of the
His'sionplaying
center
there.
ataie~ sh
hi ml
ItXal"nat
be first rate. The ~period advancing' it to the. Saxon. Club Federation Conference ti .Bs~of Phillips ACad.
probably
is said to, 'have heard a
play %vas re- ton, and for the Massachusetts soil. Saintel I?. '. MVorse. sittine, aikowskv
15-Nardl line. -W\het
v-ill 'be'Wells,. Wo
~rd backs
tapeter sing thsmld elat and to
copv
The
side.~
-his
b
table
a
ovrt
Association
randparentTeachers
quart
:1
Yqir~,'.he
aY. But pusndoe
Parentthis
and Bailey: -But pus 'su 4Iifor the secom
Gibson.
will be-approlpriatelv nlace'l inl Sanm- hv o~e tdw.Isso.d
NC
tto
mttd tepoeba
these men' hard for their posi-:
Uall. 'M.\r. Taiies' has
uel
is remd Exeter 'e9,r-whobiwre.retel
' Al r. W-alter E. .loughton Tii- also finished a cony (of a nnortrait of'nfe
odn'teGusfor
tnwul
noe.mna
fmiliar -t l
Next
feeling.
real
with
atidience
(1763-~
H-olmles1
A-biel
-Reverend
:the
last
Andover
idowns. Immedliately the- line of structor.Jin English at'
er anient
of theof.stara "'Schierzoi i. C Mit.'His n
was reversed, the Saxons re- year, w~as married in Juii to M-ish 183.7). one of the earky 'Trustees \vas
:
lo .Cmarch
's 'team last year.'
I Jere aglaitn iKVIsTschaikausky.
Crat-,
noe'
iterating their opponent's. attack. Esther Lowry Rhodles of Philadlel- anlteftiro
rman., P -A. '29, is agoodprtis
'i'
versatilitvy
his
prov'ed
isIc"oIe. h orgnlprri
-At lpreseiit.
(le- phia.
with the ballOpenended
The
is lilti~iC W~HolasshiTi attil ial\'CiV ItrIlt
te backpositons.
'of on
for
for a Ph. D. owned hy his son. -Justice- Oliver
at: Yale Mr.
is studying
Gallic territory.
"willbe
cidedlyin
teamhalf.
Aimdover
~The
'very
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PAGE TWO
THE, PHILLIPIAN-
Must he. one hour of more formal. gard to te same club in which are
Worshipand 'In
iddsernmon cetrdmany
of miy hopes for the
__________________________every Snav. If this is not neces- future.Fr breakfast' we have
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
siar-,.,wc sho'uld think it sensible to usually the time-oredih bra
Editor-n-Chiefabolish the afternoon service and & butter. D.inner, bread wvithout butRICHARD JOHN WALSH, JR., '29
have just a short service inl the ter, pota oes, '(sometimes) anid
Mlanaginig Editor
AMORY HOWE BRADFORD, '30
morngwthinnfra
tl
oetimes corned 'pig', or "fried.
J usiePsT LMBIaer9
mhl dis-tinguishes the present V~es- fish" and what is termed. fishes ee
Assignment:Editor
pers.
ball, Indcia-ruibber. starch' and vanCHARLES P
ILAON30
If ativ change.. were )to he made, cuts kineds of puddings with various
Es chailge Editor
LEEDS MlITCHELL, J. '30
vI-hx not go thle whole htog nd, names attached to them, equally well
Circulation lanager
chan ge the hiour of morning hapel?
RICHARD RSTEIN,'30'
'sevice seves cx-calculated to. interest our refined
AssociateEditors
presenlt this sevc
evs-xminds'
and as anyone would readily
D.C. Cony,30
T.A H TAN3 a~ctl% the same purpose as espers infe fi
aetewl
R. D.. CASE, 31
J. B. ELLuorr, 31, inl inte pigwholesome sferfro
thirbamesNthyOCKil
J.,C. F-Ess 3]
B. _N. GELSER, 31
trutn
td
ramtofna esv~igestioni. All the
J. D. 'HEGENIAN. 31
L. HOWARD, 31 more whlsmetm-asigo
members of the Excelsior club, ex-,
J.P. LX[IDN-R. '31
H1.TowNEND, '31 whatever I~se is goingoatqrer
cpigtwo are. pious ouing men.-.
AssitantBusiessManaer
pst en. ~ist sprng'~'e uggetedindeed there is but one in: this buildJoit F TAYLOR. '31
the morning service ble schedBorJ.
wvho has not yet been converted
G.C BREBsies
DiK,'0 Illedtt arter 6f twelve. thou
(TIT
411 pan
~stomed
cut
to Don or~
oMaue
e
i
in
ot
H.HL~~hi
b
A G O K;
are serviceable for
-
'
al
.ing
'J.
nls
nHri
w
Shetlands. and Gaberdines.
services
fifty mm-~b and I1v. but Ifin( Ian nt fr.
-Published everc Wednesday and Satur- Utes. Te objectio o this change
day
year' duing th schol ie not
o ~
get the many kindnesses 'T sed to
day___during
tusexcept
ta
perennial' one, that it 'is infinitelY
asier not to cang~e than' to do so.
THEPHILIIIANinvites communications,
~o suersosblt
o te
sentiments expressed therein. All coml'
niuicaion~nisi'.be signed. 'although the
but does
7
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E
t
O
JoahmeMNf!E-DOUM
unamoig.M
to see
.'went
Rev.), Doct. Fuller
.'
name f the 'author will be withheld from
LETTERS. OF HENRY MARTYN.yetraafrnn
-SAVIL'
at hiome-shall
if lie sodesires.
publicaio
T"a
T
E
.
re ntapparent
Priced
InHar'sTweds,
to the religi of. Christ. and aynoes
R. NEWELL, '30 even lve.
'lc
ol
o
vud suppo eI ought to be happy
W. B. WINc, '30 too late-since very few of thle
3
ls3oethnadcntne0n
perhaps shall
.
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odtons.
ocme~
nw'ocmeewt
io
'that'
S.. HAYES. '30
L. THRBER
'30
L. K.UBR
HOAD
ciai
NOTICE To ADVERTISERS
hu hOws o
robably see him t-
'IECLTE
,Ihdnal
ogtt
in
tintatIdntne
aditional1 bedI
mIn b
ee~e
o ae hnno
of\aclothes
for I canl keel) arm ithout.
da'v preceding publication..
i
ait
itrec
Pa Parents
-Sthe.isot'kidr\et'is
o d, path (.6d had marked out for me;
KREISLER CONCERT
Terms. $3.50 per 'year . $1.50 per te.
I'h-ll not idIcnnttvn~hw
ay hns i
a
ie
~
'have antigto
say upoti
aany~~~~~~~~~otfhaytin'(Cointinued
from. Page 1)
Entered'at thle Andover P'ost Offi e as if Ix ould wxrite Whmyacus-n'
he tI,sIjct
rite fireeydotb_______________________
second-class matler.
and
vth
a ntstsid
o
anme walevity
diniie
Zstleleto., write to him wxhen:'Iari'o
fedn
e
Adnewsso
n
infe
~~~~~~~~ill
not force'a perverSion of 'm
at~ ntig
rllM.GeoyNoi.The
final nmber was a Fntsor
Editor
ifhb', ssue: Lee Howard.
Edior'~ 'x1lsu'T\.l~llai
feelings upon paper for nbd'
or: wvheniIwanted books as hectould
have. seen lDoctor
II e~Rsin
hms''ytefmu
R~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~inlythug
ussian
Rims
Kowa
-dy
To insur cihange of advertisement. copy From Phillip-.
-\cadem,Anoe
a
'P
.An
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ady-ssetal
isrbe1'Iicudhi
n I wis I' ould be'hul 'tik'h
*,as a nian of verv !c.
Hr
oksns
eeue
beoewha
ndensed mr
eevnnoewrh'o'fowrd>
iciversatio"t
aastethmsadbuiflydeco~l~sto f' evils wxere embodied sc
idfin.
- shall
notccllent
-,rt
wxriter and speaker; Oped.
could ~t
i
eyso.Iwn
oah'tl
the se ton tprcemea
After .this nmber Kreisler was
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R~
THE PHILLIPIAN
Second Team Game with
SPEA
ICING
OF COA TS!
BLIZZARD
CLOTH ULSTERS
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Harvard
Fresh Seconds
Cloth
is a good clef ensive back, while
Chiurchill is very fast, Cowee, the
~~~~~~~quarter back, punts well. liegeman, last year's all-club center, is
I
BLUE CH+ESTERFIELDSJ
Collar
CAMEL
andLLAMA
POLO COATS
CORL
adUROYA SHEP SKNCOAS
Brown, a Lower Middler, shows
promnise at end. Little is known
about the Crimson, but a hard fight
is expected. Those who will make
the trip with Coach Jacob are:
le, K Howard
It., Foreman
1g., Clark
c., Hegeman
MOLESKIN SHEEPSKINS and
MACKINAW COATS
t
$1A0.00
in MC1
$20.
00
Tbe "Ourg (Compaip.
_________
_________
________
___
____
_________
SUETACUT
NOE
aNt.
________
mettle in today's game. Last year
the Andover team made the trip toT
Tahor, and the game resulted] in a
2-2 tie after two overtime periods.
Ro
Week End
14
________________________________
W OOD_-
rt,, Strauss
qb., Cowee
rhb., C. Summer
lhb., Churchill team is the main stay of the hack-
Calt51PrSreto
and tireless and it is hard to get
hy them. Richard, of last year's
1PrSreto
Calt
Phone Andover 51-M
field, and the redoubtable Shea tend-
SUNT TY'C'ROJFT
ACOMMODATFI)
The patronage of the.School olicited
denberg, Keppelman, and Haas.
Tel.
126 Main Street
ANDOVER, MASS.
TeRnastokirtpcei
BARNARD BUILDING
Tefloigshdehaben
the
Romb
ansi too
dfairstpain
the
~~~~~~~~~~~~arranged
for the second team:
th
lb akn bydfatn
~~~Oct. 5-Harvard Freshman Sec- Gek 9t .Tusa.Fo
For HOTBUTTERSCOTCH
The
Shop
The~tratford Shopond
HOT FUDGE SUNDAES
and a full line of Magazines
visit the
on
& on
standing player of this year's team,
and he is ably supported by Butler
and Wolcott. This trio has shown
astounding scoring power during Fireplace Wood 3 baskets $1.00
short scrimmages with the Secn Kindling Wood 4 baskets $1.00
team. Curtiss and Lang are sturdy
Free delivery anywhere in town.
-
COMPANY
-Andover
TeI. 8965
iS C
6.S aletofl
The following wvill be substitutes: ing goal completes a strong offen-
6
ueith Acommo~dated
109 Alain St.
Captain Fawcett is by far the out-
rg., Hirsh
re., Brown
fb., Denner
________
MANSE
LUNCHES and DINNERS
IWILLER'S SHOE REPAIRING There is no better or more ac- F. Miller, Townendl, Ogden, Line- sive and defensive teamn.
Days of ollection
cePtable present than a ox of
burerPhllis,______BersTOURISTS
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
"WHITMAN'S"
Barclay, W. Cates,,Bird, Fitz, LinROMANS DEFEAT GREEKS
Shin.
Cotract-12Shines
fr $1 ao
LOWE
Leave Shoes at Door.
Agents on the HillThfolwnsceuehsbn
AS
____________
to strengthen the line considerably. men have defeated Tahor regularly.
LEATHER SHEEPSKINS
noo
ANDOVER NATIONAL BANK
ae2
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~at
the pivot position and is expected In the preceding years, the Blue
SKI COATS and OUTING JACKETS
ki
rn
~~~~~~~ond
Team. For the Blue, Denner Ryley expects his team to prove its Ye ANDOVERP
~~~~~~.
Velvet~
Y
(otne
to lplay the Harvard Freshman Sec~ usually promising team, and coach
With Cloth
NEWOXFORD
GRAYS
VARSITY SOCCER
Today the Andover second var- Quincy 1-igh by the score of 2 to
sity team will travel to Cambridge 0, Andover~has, however, an un-
~~~~Have You Sen Our Complete Lin,
of COATS for Fall and Winter?
* BLIZZARD
CLOTH
ULSTERS
With
-.
P~AGE THREE
Team at Cambridge.
_____________
ANDOVER STUDIO
h
the start. there was little doubt
JOHN C. HANSEN, Prop.
6M INSRE
s
Oct. 12--Dean Academy Second to the ultimate victor. Morgan.
Mayer, and Todd starred for the
Candy Kitchen
Sodas Con'ectVior cry,
Team.
Sandwiches, Magazines
Oct. 19-Moses Brown School at Romdan, whil era thyen' Rn-es
r
Providence.laan
adwrthbetic
We srvefoodcarfull
prpareCrcultin LibaryThere
is also a possibility of a on the Greek side. The Ronmans
fliomelike dished which will make friends
1
'~~with
your appetite.
'~~~~~~~THE
WARWICK"~~~game with M.alden High School played qite well and may srprise
`4ith your appetite."THE WARWICK"
~~~~~~~somec
of the prophets who have the
7
~Tel.
8553
Second Team,
whole season worked out in adANDOVER LUNCH
Rooms and Dining Room. Food "As UPRMDL
LS
LCINvne
h
res-r
adcp
II Street
Main
~~~~You
LikelIt." Tel. 81186-81286
USERMODERLASELCTOEvnc.ThASeksarIanicp
-11 Main Street
~~~~~~~~~~~~ped
by comparatively light miaPresident-John Day Hegeman, terial. Still, as the Gauls prove I
%'~~~ANDERTON'S
SHOPBARBER ~~~~~~~~~~~~~Stamford, Conn.
to the Saxons, wveight is not everyPOT FFCEAVNU
Vice-President- Joseph
Hersey thing.
~To
Bos
TheAcademy
Only
Jeweler andWoodwvard.
Birmingham, Ala.
Persnkcdof
frth
,.".'To
Only
The Academy
Jeweler
Boys and
Greeks huit the Romans did not
-FromSeptember
13 to June 23,
~~~~~Optometrist
Secretary-Normian Varona King, hold the ball long. They, punted,I
$65
ikt
o
50
36ManSreAdvMs.
New York, N. Y.
and then the Greeks, secured pos-Andover
itnstictthhtdo
________________________________
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TAXI SERVICE
PARK ST.. ANDOVER. MASS.
Telephon. 59
-
STRG
WAHN
BUSSES
GE RLJOBN ad
A. F. RIVARD
$6.50 Ticket
Main for
Street,
$5.00Andover, ~~~~~~~
_________
BOSTON & MAINE TIME TAB3LE
ANDOVER QiARAGE CO. W.A. ALLENhetloftin-ssb
INEASTERN
~~~~~~~MUSIC DEALER
90
STREET
MAIN
Geneal ra
SOEna
niealGrght
elc. 208
dsnadVco
n
aa(
hngah
EdsoMandStrT
AhnoVErah
STANDARD TIME
as istled.
________________________
ICECREAM
SODA
ICE CREAM SODA
~~~u6.
W,STACEY'S
STORE
DRUG
STACEY'S
STORE DRUG
'1'he
CUPBOARD
COMMUNITY
and LUNCHEONETTEBOAR
Still going strong. Also BENRUS atches. All
~~~new
goods, warranted one year. even againstM
breakages at
26 SALEM
ST., ANDOVER
-
26ST.,
SALEM
ANDOVER
~~ Opposite
Brothers
Field
*
-
an W ie
~~ FERGUSON'S
__________________________________
abeSo
FOURE EXPE~Rr BARBERS
~IaP. A. Studentsaltways receive
Barber
pecial attention
JOHN BELL. Prop.
'~~Musgrove
Block
Andover Square
Next to Stacey's Pharmacy.
Tel. 05
-
_ntayBabe
-~Riding,
~~~~3.28
...
4.14
4.40 ...
BILL POLAND
Stables
BILL POLAN
______
5
5.45 ......
.5
.10.
Su~~~essor
~~~~~~~
5
Full Line of
FOOTBALL GOODS
TOFFEE de Luxe
48 MAIN ST.,
in 45c and 75c sealed tin.
ANDOVER,
.PARK ST..
ANDOVER. MASS.___________
MASS.
S.
___
~thefourth
down.
A
ropIcick by
.02
_
a loss and the whistle blew.A
The lineup was as follows:
.0
9.30 ...
kIO.00 ...
10.52
10.30 ....
I]P
.0
41
5.191
8.30 ...
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
Plip
Aaem
vsHvrd
H.
Mitnncdey
School, at MiltonWocse
cdm
1
~
S 1 02'~~~
0
L
A
-
ou wish to make a
mi in-
.NO. 8 CRAYOLA
colos.foecolrn
v
uln
O.s.4maps.Yetc
tan.
rw
en
Contains twent%.fnur sticks of brilliant iue~. . for Mlother. Sister an-I
the ther felloi,'s Sister for stencil-
e-
hg and painting on fabrics
Get
your be~~~~~yourtbestlgrlotoedecorae a cusliioi
Sem-
Bril
for
our den-Stencilling instruc
lions on request.
4
'NNEY 0
IT
AT4roS
Academy, at W.aterville. Me.
Tabor Academyv vs Harvard Tni
trarrtiral, at Marion.
*
~u
No baggage carried on this train.
MadnHgvsaerilih
NOT RESPONSIBLE:
The at Malden.
b~~oston and Maine Railroad is not
Newton High vs Cambridge
for errors in time tables, Latin. at Newton
novnecs
or damage resulting
Puincliard High i-s Hudson H-igi
fromi delayed trains or failure to at Hudson.
cnakciectiogschedules herein HSomerville
izh v- Waltham
aesbett
hnewtotntc.Hg
tSmril.I
arto
wtotoic.tSoeil.
E-
o.
rN~''e
1E~T4N
9.19
iatudvss.
ers and chain tores;.
r
11.53
MaldExcpt
OLA at any of the leading station.
if
inary, at Knts Hill, AMe.
Hebron Academyi
s Eastern
Maine Conference. at Hebron, Me
Classical
ati
hoexpnsve
it bote
itre olkase if
you
resent a box of CRAYOLA
Wax Crayon.
Kiddies love to color and %nu iAill
find variou, a-sortments of CRAY-
s-Grtn
~~~~~~155...1.56
KeliilnsBcsor
Kents Hill Vs Bucksport
_
Y
B
Contains eighlt sticks of the
sKee
_
R
Eb
M
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NI
When
SCHOOL AND ACADEMY FOOTBALL
GAMES TODAY
5.00 ...
5.40
-Bi-t
8.00
Coburn
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~4...547
7.10 ...
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~5.54
...
6.331
11.00 ...
*~~~Will
not run holidays..
_
exenivgfttothltteos
Prep, at Exeter. N.
91
10.18
_
R
R
2.12
k Saturdays only.
_
first play, Todd threw Rowland for
9.49
*kl.28 ...
6.19
ROOM 12. JOHNSON HALL
_
9.07 ...
10.02...10.50
~~~~~
8.0.
~~~~~
.5
8.00 ......
8.50
...
Samples and Prices
E
1.56
k~~~~~~~~~
5.1~
-
Coatings
On the next kickoff Morgan got
~~~the
hail away splendid1]'
O th
6.12 7.35...81
.0...43
Enlarging
Try our imported
Jones WoolenS and Camel Hair
lowing a blocked kick.
*kI25 ......
4.29 ...
~~
Shells,
Fishing
Pocket
Tackle
,~~-,Z'Fishing
ShellSspploeseti5.32
Camerse,
Knives,
etc.
etc.
Knives, etc. etc.
I ~~
~
~ ~ ~ ~ evlpn
Pitn
MAIN STREET
Tel. 102
Enlarging
T E
quarter,
Manufacttircr of
2.37
1.50 ...
.1
43
~~~12.49
6.21. ..
709
8.50.9.41
2.3~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~0...3.07
P. M.3.25...... 420
2.00.2.51~~~~~~'2.
FIM~~~~VIMU~~~&
'WeSell 'most
at Everything"
Outfitter for all
~~WeSell'mostat Everything"
~~~responsible
IIAT O '
Phillips Academy Teams
second
11.00.11.35 ~~~~~~~~10.30
...
11.21
11.35 ...
12.22
WretrAaevV
I'~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~.M
Sunday
Normal. at Worcester.
CHASE
W. R. HILL
VT.
c
5.20
10.00...10.4;
~~~~--H. F. CHASE
H. F.
the
o
lg
_______________Mfg.__Co_
tokheblovrhegalien
~~~~~
M.
~ I've
~~~ Arr.
~
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~A.
freshmen, at Andover.
.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Lve
Arr.
55...7412
Phillips Exeter vs St. Anselrn's
-
-31
~~~~~A.
P. M.
fins always been the choice of
*Will not run holidays.
PHIlLLIPS ACADEMIY STUDENTS
k Saturdays only.
You can always depend on getting the
h Except Saturdays.
best at Bennie's. Four First Class BarbersuNobgaecridnthsri.
at vvur ervice all the time.
'
_______________________
9 MNAIN STREET Bennie Ventura, Prop.
B..TriSevcBsotonder
Polo and Jumping'
ssons
~~~~~~~Tel.
323
---
P. M.
1.5
14
~~~~~~. ..u2.19.3.02
~~~~~
1.22
h_
< PHILLIPS
ANDOVER
~~Riding
Stables
made a nice 20-yarrl
Morgan scored the extra point.
Lve.
Arr.
In the second half, Hallett again
~~~~~~5.55
5.38 ...
6.26
kicked off. The Greeks were held
729
7.17 ...
804
7.26.7.59 8.38:.923
~~back for a while and had to kick.
~~~~~. . ~~~~~
7520
~ 108
~~~~7.30
.. .26
They regained the ball later but
~~~~8.07...
8.42
Sunday
again failed to make progress.
8.43 ...
9.35
A. M.
Morgan finally intercepted a pass
~~~~~~~~~~
...
9.59
~~~~~~~~~~~9.15
7.22 ...
8.13 and ran for a touchdown, but fail-C
9.6 10.38
...
120
6....
9.2
01
ed to score the extra .point. 'Late
ull.20 ...
12.07
P.Ai
h
orhqatrMyraan
12.20 ...
1.09 scored for the Red-stockings fol-
STORE, 47 MAIN ST.
Sanitary
Bnies
onrvll
fore the quarter ended May~er of
In
~~~~~
M.
~
~Lye. Arr.
~~~~~~~~~~
6.50
6 ... .
This
good adv.
for one
and 5e
BAGGAGE TRANSFER
This scheueo r.n-i
u-ruin, and a pass from Morgan to
ject to change and should be re- M1ayer brought the all within a
visedl with the aid of later schedules few yards of the goal line.
B.& M,Train Service, Andover oBoston
'This
good for
adv.one
and Sc
TUKN
session ofssio
thefpigskin.ki.justtbethe Rians
rhr
ABERCROMBIE
Ne
0('
FITCH Cu.
YrkCt
Sp rtn
Goods
B AGI
A R
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N !
THE PHILLIPAN.
PAGE FOUR
A
SIMPLICTYcoRemteve
-.
Isthe
keyniote
in
the. styl-
A
ing of this season's woolenis.
Yet you will find a
marvelous
-richness of subdued coloring
and freshness of design
04CAE
TETI
AT7!5RE
t
will' rouse the enthusiasm of
A I
u b ad
" h
26
YORK
htNWHVNNW
I
SALEM, STREET
USA ,O
the most conservative..
T
years. will play one of' the tackles, dition. as currently understood and to EI'Greco and Goya; f romn Titian But even these- words are futile. If
and Potter, avery. good, new man, inl diluted form still 'dominant, in- and Rembrandt to 'Monet and' Ce- you are an artitsyou can't help
(Continued
from rage 1)
willN he very' likely to filthe America. with Duty.,Szannen
tye
self. Like the butterfly that
Self-abne~~~
~
thing
~~~athtmarksart, that yu
corresponding, place ~on the' other tion,.Rinnatn and Mistrust of
will soarffr miles and days,.o death
iuc 'te sm
sth on thtsd
ofteln.
Te
esth
Reucaonmakes
art, if you. will, is 'that perfaced Tuifts last week. But. orne~ thteialheo.
ndKn
I
Flesh and teSse
ritnoalurndrfthoratstoifneed
be, to find his mate, so will.
very srious
Cflie ~er
hangehas.
bal. In he bakfieldBrownrge in it, Bible.: has'no plce what- h*
*
ft
yil0o.o
or'ckegdestog
ithe teani if, only f rom the. point
stand-of ni-.~.
*Kr0ad~ ~
'ilvri ~
h~ wol'may, f hcetv not
e any te consideration enterantehaens.
all-and you~win anl
it~ morale
at
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PLAY GAULS
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tion is erx ably filled by Frazier. 'pnsa
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Butoevrus
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H1ALLOW!ELL DISCUSES ART
as he. knows themi bear little' resem"Egotistical"
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placed. and hli,, offensive play Was
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and the artist a crazy hybrid, half' prepare himelf
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OPPOorl'TEgBOOKSTOainE
Butt, then, yonsesva~gtait
Robet
Frst',oncespeking of'a too soon .and fainte b:--efore the race
~~~~~'eenl ii~e poem, called it a'started. Ad Van Gogh, I a old.
'~~~~~~~~favorite
of. his "because it. strikes commenced painting at forty.
ten note." In that phrase is sumNo, can see nio rule that is inmed; up the essence and the dif~ fallible, no advice worth listening
ference Iam trying. to put into toWFrthRanwh
eleesh
words. In' it eeis an approach, has the gift, who is ready and eager
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n~~~~~~~~~~~~~ainter
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