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Mail Tribune 100

Nov. 23, 1916


A "Thanksgiving Carnival" will be given at the high school Friday evening at 8 o'clock under the auspices of the Parent-Teachers circle of the Lincoln school. Fifty children from all grades of the Lincoln school will particpate in the various pantimime and tableaux on the program

The leading number on the program will be the pantimime "Columbia." In this scene children dressed in the military uniforms of all nations, true to life in color and detail, will enter the stage from the pack and wings and go through a series of evolutions.

In addition to other pantemines and tableaxu James M. Fleming and Mrs. J. E. McDonald will each give readings. The girl's chorus of the high school will sing and the high school orchestra will furnish music during the entire evening.

Following the program a general carnival will be held in the different rooms. Mrs. Hemstreet will occupy one room as a second Herman the Great. For the little folks there will be a fish pond and bargain counter.

Refreshments will be served in the domestic science room at the conclusion of the program.

All are invited to attend.


Seven matches were played off Wednesday afternoon and evening in the billiard tournament being played at Brown's for the city championship. The winners of the tournament at the conclusion of the series of sixty-four games, will meet all-comers.

Those entered in the tournament are: Ralph Terrill, Walter Larned, Bob Brevard, Dave Wood, I. Fridegar, William Luckeroth and two members of the Japanese colony — Maru and Fugi.

In yesterday's games, which are for 100 points, Larned won over Terrill 100-86, Terrill beat Maru 100-85, Brevard beat Maru 100-87, Fugi beat Dave Wood 100-68, Dave Wood beat Terrill 100-91, Dave Wood defeated Fridegar 100-95, Luckeroth beat Frideger 100-87.

Fugi has the high run of 20, Dave wood is second with 17.

Several matches will be played each day until the tournament series is completed. Chris Goldick will fight it out with the winner.