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" ' t I I I - n . I II Sals' Golf Marks Make TX7 YY Please hang their heads while I point out that the record of the state's women golf ers is much more impressive than that of the two- fisted gents who smack a balll hither A- von ? f i 1 "."X This inescap- able fact pops j up again as the j gals get set for! another state t o u'r n a m e nt, I starting July 19 at Elmcrest in Cedar Rapids. ; On a compar ative basis the' men have noth- MRS. MANN, ins; much with which to match the accomplishments of the women of Iowa. Can the men, for instance, point, ta wree or meir numoer wno, through the years, have won Western Amateur championships? What can they offer In comparison with the seven finalists the women have produced in the Western Amateur? Or the twe Western Open runner-up positions credited to Iowa women? The state's gals have done these things. Lucile Robinson, now Mrs. Russell Mann, was Western Amateur champion in 1933 and in 1941. She was a finalist in the same championship In 1932 and was Western Open runner-up in 1940. Edith Estabrooks, then of Dubuque, reached the Western Amateur final in 1938 and won the championship in 1939. Phyllis Otto of Atlantic, LEAHY IN EARLY CHEROKEE LEAD CHEROKEE. IA. Bob Leahy of Denison, defending Sioux Valley golf champion, shot a two-under-par 70 to lead early-bird qualifiers in the 18-hole trial round here Thursday. Leahy, who coaches at Vail High school, fired a par 36 going out and returned with two-under 34 on the back nine. Qualifying for the nineteenth annual tourney continues today and Saturday. Match play begin Sunday and winds up Monday. 4 U. S. Players Pace Canada Golf TORONTO, ONTARIO, CAN ADA UP) Four Americans shared the second round lead in the $15, ' 000 Canadian Open golf champion ship Thursday. - Gardner Dickinson, 127-pounder from Panama City, Fla., withstood the challenge of the "name" players to keep his share of the lead with three other pros, Wally TJlrich of St. Paul, Minn.; Leo Biagetti of Baltimore, Md., and Ted Kroll of Utica, N. Y. Each has 136. THE LEADERS. Garner Dickinson ( Panama Cltv. Fla t . 8(1-70 138 Wally Ulrleh (St. Paul. Mlnn. 8T-89 138 Lao Blaftttl (Baltlmort. M6.) 67-89138 Tad Kroll lUllca. N. T.) ..68-70 136 pat e'lstche r ( Saskatoon, Canada! 69-88 137 Tommy Bolt (Houston, Tex.) 66-71 J37 Fred Hawkins (El Paso. Tex.) 68-69137 Marty Funtol iLemont. III.) 71-67 13S Max Evans (Detroit. Mich.) 68-70138 She r atavfle d ( Cadarhurat. N. Y.I 88-70 13S Ansa! Snow (Ktameaha Lake. N. T.) Tl-87 138 Harold Paddock- Jr. (Cleve land, Ohio) 68-70138 Dave Dout aa (Newark. Del.. 68-70138 Ted Rhodes (Chicago. Ill) ..70-69139 Marshall Sprinter (Pueblo, Colo.) 70-69 13 Butch Harrison (Ardmore, Okla) 69-70 139 lrk Rurb, tr Klameha Lake. N, f.) 67-71140 At Beasellnk (Chlcaro) 69-71140 3 Teen-Age Girls Reach Semifinals COLORADO SPRINGS. COLO. UP) Three teen-age golfers won their way Thursday Into the semifinals of the Broadmoor Invitational tourney for women. Medalist Lesbia Lobo, 19. of San Antonio, Tex., defeated Mrs. Dick Metz of Maple City, Kan., 6 and 4; Judy Bell, 16, of Wichita, Kan., edged Mrs. Patti Blanton of Enid, Okla., 1 up in 20 holes; Diane Garrett, 16, of Houston, Tex., ousted Miss Margaret Smith, Guadalajara, Mexico, 5 and 4. Marilyn Herpel of St. Louis, Mo., defeated Mrs. L. M. Keating, 1 up in 22 holes, in the day's Closest match. Southeastern Cage Dispute Near End NEW ORLEANS, LA. UP The Southeastern conference basketball schedule controversy, near the boiling point In the past four months, simmered down toward a solution Thursday when Tulane, the University of Mississippi and Mississippi State, at odds with the University of Kentucky over the site of next season's games, agreed to meet Kentucky at Lexington, Ky. At The Golf Clubs AT MAKIINDA. Mra. Tom Lantletorter won the wom-n'a 54 -hole handicap club tournament with a net tola! of 224 (or three rounda. Mrs. Walter Burns was runner-up with 337 and Mrs. John Roberts was third with 230. The nine-hols championship was won by Mrs. Les Suhler. who had a net aeore or 104 for 27 holes. Mrs. Decree Wood's 113 total was second. 1 O0' J i Segura Beats Kramer CARACAS, VENEZUELA m Jack Kramer and -Pancho Segura have been beating their Australian rivals in the pro tennis tour with auch regularity that . they played each other instead Thursday. Segura defeated Kramer, 6-4, 6-4. Ken McGregor measured Frank Sedgman, 2-6, 8-6, 8-6, in the all-Australian duel. ON THE SIDELINE- BY BERT McGRANE- now Mrs. John Germain, was Western Amateur runner-up In 1944, champion in 194S and and Western Open runner-up In 1942. The men of Iowa never have produced a Western champion, although Rudy Knepper, then of Sioux City, was a finalist in 1921. Warren Dickinson. Bob McKee, Knepper, Aft Bartlett, Bob Mc-Crary and Jim English topped Trans Mississippi fields but never had the same success in the Western. Satisfied, men, that the record of the gals is more impressive? , The proximity of their state tournament points up another item of note involving Iowa wonv en in golf: Their qualifying ac , comDlishmments. Men of Iowa played their first state tournament In 1900. The women got things formally organized 22 years later. The gals didn't make much of an impression with their scoring at the start, as witness their 1923 state tournament qualifying round. Ruth Harwood of Des Moines and Mrs. A. C. Clapp of Harlan were the leaders with totals of 100. A playoff for the medalist trophy was arranged and each of them shot 98. A second playoff was necessary, with Miss Har-wood's 95 winning. Things are different now. Through the last 24 state women's tournaments the qualifying leader has averaged 80.75 strokes for the medal lap. Since 1932 the medalist Locke Awaits r 1 f r i!.' M ' V Vi e.1 South African Bobby Locke waits for rain to let up st Carnoustie, Scotland, before starting Thursday's round in the British Open. Locke shot a 78 to tie for seventh place with a 145, three shots behind the pace set by co-leaders Dai Rees and Eric Brown. Joe Brown's Average Best In Masters (The Reamer's Iowa News Service.) AMES, IA. Joe Brown, smooth shooting Des Moines Golf and Country club pro, is the top golfer in Iowa Master tournaments, records of the 15-year-old meet reveal. The sixteenth annual Masters tournament will be held at Iowa State, July 18-19. Brown has averaged 72.36 strokes for each of his 15 rounds. Nearly a stroke and a half behind is Rod Bliss, also of Des Moines, with a 73.75 average. Taking only the golfers who have played t least six rounds of the Masters, here is the way the top 15 rank : Rounds Joe Brown (Pes Moines) . . . Rod Bliss (Des Moines).... 8 Merle Lint (Spencer) 6 Pat Wlllcox l Des Moines) . . .28Mj Jack Hall (Des Moines) 30W Sara Fontanlnl (Des Moines) 15S Lloyd Porter (Missouri Valley) 84 Claire Grant (Des Moines) . . .10 John Barton (Davenport) .... 6 Jim Brown (Des Moines) ... .10Vi Ell Orllch (Johnston). . 10 Jack Wrob (Spirit Lake) . . . .14U, Kerb Klonta tOttumwal 6 Fred Oortlon l Bclmond ) 7 John Kraft (Denver. Colo.).. 1948 meet 27 holea. Ava. 72 56 73.75 74.17 74.21 74 72 74 90 75 06 7.1 24 75 33 75 43 75 "(1 75.68 75 83 76 14 76.17 3 Aussies, Pole In Quarterfinals LUGANO, SWITZERLAND (.ft Three Australian stars and Vladimir Skonecki, an exiled Pole, moved into the quarter-finals of the Swiss International tennis championships Thursday with de clsive straight set victories. Skonecki trimmed Hugh Stew art of Los Angeles, Cal., 6-2, 6-3; Ken Rosewall led the Australians with a 6-1, 6-1 rout of Jan War- maak of South Africa; Rex Hart wig trounced Rolando Del Bello of Italy, 6-1, 6-3, and Mervyn Rose defeated Bryan Woodruff of South Africa, 6-3, 6-3. Mrs. Barbara Scofield David son of Boston, Mass., and Mrs, Barbara Madden Lewis of New- tonville, Mass., reached the Worn, en's quarterfinals. Men Blush has been over the 80 mark five times. Lucile Robinson, in 1932, was the first to lower the winning medal score into the 70s. Since then, although ' the tournament has rotated around the state's highly regarded courses, the medalist has been in the 70s a dozen times. The 24-year table of qualifying leaders in the state women's tour nament: 1024 Kllsahrlh Curtis (Clinton J .. .PS 11.2 7 Mr. K. a. Don (Rack Islamd) 8 1D4H hate ( orr,hall (Des MalMil . So IH'JU Mn. H. Iktn (Rack Island). 84 1930 Kate CoKeaaall ' Molnee..8 lH:il IjlirlM KoDlnson IIIM MHflJ..lin l.urilo lUbinxMl (Ilea Moines). .7 19A.I lirll Robinson (lr Moines). 78 I34 Charlotte Ames ( leer Ike) . .84 lariKljiKlla Hnhlfiuta iIIm Mulnn) . .17 IUJH Killtk Katabrooke Dubuque! and lf)37 Indy Morton (Okobo!) 78 lnH Indy Mortoa (Oknhoil) S3 Indv Morton mkaoojii (if I:iM Killlh Eatanrooke (Dubuque) . . .Hi tutu I'hvllli otto (Atlantic) 83 1H41 rkyllla HU (Atlantic) 7 1S4'2 I'hyllla Otto (Atlanllr) ..17 1R43-44-4A No tournament 14 Nhlrler Mueller ( Iiumiaae) 7 1941 Ann arr iMaaon lity) 81 1H4H Mary Loiilee orrilnrlry (D.M.).SZ 1949 Mm. H. R. Rtaate I navrnport) .79 in.KI Mary ImIh t ordlnglry lir.nt.j.ii tU.I uH I ... JahiitMU (MlMB (III) ? 19(12 Mrs. Irvlnf Kate n.M.) 7 The table represents only the qualifying leaders, of course, but there's another way of meaaur- inr the improvement Iowa s women have shown in golf. In 1923 two players tied for the qualifying lead at 100. Last year 42 women qualified UNDER that figure in the state tourna ment and 10 of them didn t even land in the 32-place championship flight. Mrs. Les Johnstone of Mason City, the former Ann Casey, holds the all-time low qualifying record with the 75 she fired over the Mason City Country club two years ago. Break in Rain WIREPHOTO (A.P.) HOGAN- Continued from Page Thirteen. caddy, growled "What a lousy score," and kicked the clubhouse gate after his round. Brown, Rees, Roberto De Vicemo of Argentina, Peter Thomson of Australia and defending champion Bobby Locke of South Africa appeared the biggest barriers to the hopes of Hogan and Stranahan in the two-round finah Brown, a 28-year-old ex-rail road engineer who knows ancient Carnoustie like a book, matched Hogan's 71, while Rees fired a two-under-par 70. De Vicenzo was a stroke behind the leaders with a 143 after firing a 71. Locke a Threat Thomson, the 23-year-old Aus sie champion who was runner-up to Locke last . year, shot a par 72 to deadlock with Hogan and Stranahan at 144. Locke shot a 73 for a 145 but Is a strong threat. The methodical South African erased a four-stroke deficit on the final day last year to win. Max Faulkner of Britain, the 1951 winner, posted a 145 after shooting a 71. Lloyd Mangrum, the 1946 U. S. Open champion from Niles, 111., was among the 50 players who qualified for the last two rounds. But Mangrum's four-over par 76 Thursday gave him 151 and left him far back. Forty-nine players with scores of 154 or better qualified for today's double round. Dal Rees (Britain) 72-70 142 Erie Brown (Britain) 71-71 142 Roberto Ds Vlncenao (Argen- Una) 72-71143 Peter Thomson (Australia) 72. 72 144 Ben Hogan Fort Worth. Tex ) 73-71 144 rrnnK Htrananan (Toledo, Ohio) 70-74144 Bohby Locke (Sou(h Africa). .72-73 145 Max Faulkner (Britain) 74.71145 T. H T. Falrbalr ( Britain) .. .74-71 145 Antonio Cerda (Argentina) . .75-71 146 8sm Kins; I Britain I 74-73147 I'ster AIMS I Britain I . . .75-72 147 O. M. Hunt (Britain) .74-74 148 .73-75148 .76-72 148 .74-74 148 .77-71 148 .77-71 148 .78-71 149 .79-71 150 .78-74 150 .76-74150 .77-73 150 Fred Dalv (Ireland) Norman Sutton (Britain).., 8 8. Scott (Britain) Flory Von Donck (Belclum). Hassan Hssranrfn (Revotl.. I'harlea Ward I Britain) tt. u. r renrn (Britain Hector Thomson ( Britain) . . , Kea Horns (Hrltaln) L. TODDlnr I Britain) Tom Halliburton (Britain).. 75-7 6 151 75-7S 151 Lloyd Manarum (Loa Anselea. Cal. ) John Burton (Britain) .75-77 152 .75-77 152 .76-76 152 .75-77 152 .77-75152 .78-74 152 .77-75 152 .79-74 152 .80-73 153 .79-74 153 .79-74 153 .71-75153 .83-70 153 .74-79 153 .80-73 153 .80-74 154 .77-77 154 .81-7.1154 .78.76 154 .78-76 154 Jean Ado (France) Arthur Leea (Rrttatn) aian rouiton turltainl Uao GraoDasonl iltnlv) VI. J. Henderson (Britain).. nick Ferauson (Hrtan).-. Bernard Hunt (Britain).... Peter M Is iRHtatn) John Krehs I Britain 1 John Panton I Britain) (JreRor Mcintosh ( Britain) . Eric Lester iBrltaln) R. A. Knltnt (Britain). ... Harry Weetmsn (Britain).. Dick Burton IBrltaln) Chrlatle O'Connor (Ireland). jack Harvre.ises (Britain I., Ken Bousfleid (Britain),.. Bill Rhankland (Britain).., Eddie Whiicome (Britain).'., .1. R. Moses ( Britain) 70-7R 1,14 81-73 1M H. Haiiinsail (Britain).. Indicates amateur, .80-74 154 Council Says Transit Wage Is Up to Firm City council members Thursday took the stand that wages paid by the Des Moines Railway Co. to its unionized employees are a company rather than a city problem. They commented, following a lengthy council meeting, on identical letters received from the three ' unions with which the transit firm has contracts. - Separate Letters. Each council member received a separatt letter from each of the unions Division 441 of the operators, Local 118 of the In ternational Association of Ma chinists, and Local 55 of the In ternational Brotherhood of Electricians. The unions said they have been working at a "sub-standard wage" sine Nov. 1, 1952, and that since that time operators in other cities have been granted increases of from 10 to 15 cents an hour. .Operators here now get 11.45 aa hour, plus t cento cost of ' living; machinists, $1.79; and electrical linemen, ft.10. Union letters noted a recent U. S. circuit court of appeals decision upholding a preliminary injunction restraining the city from forfeiting the company's franchise, and added: ' "We feel it is time that the city council and officers of the Des Moines Railway Co., sit down and solve their differences. We feel we cannot conUnue indefinitely to work for our present sub-stand ard wage." Cites Feeling. Mayor Allan W. Denny said the council had discussed the letters briefly and "our feeling is thst it's the company's and not the council's affair." Said Councilman Joseph J. Van Dreser, "I'm not concerned about it." Councilman A. B. Chambers commented 'Their contracts are with the railway company ; the problem Is the company's. Council Member Ruby A. Holton said "I think the fight is between the company and the unions. Their letters should have been written to the company they work for." (Originals of the letters went to the council members, with copies to City Manager Leonard G. Howell;s railway company receivers, and others). Ruling Not Studied. Denny said the council had not had an opportunity to discuss the federal circuit court decision re turned July 2 and probably would not before Monday's meeting, With Councilman Ray Mills scheduled to return to the city by then, the meeting will be the first of the entire council since two sessions in May. Meanwhile, the council heard another demand from northwest Des Moines residents for quick restoration of service om the Douglas avenue line. That was one of five lines on which service was abandoned Jan. 21, 1952, a move which led to the first of a series of court battles between the city and com pany. Mrs. Ruth Braniff, 3610 Doug las, chairman of the Northwest Des Moines committee told the council "I want to know when and if we're going to get bus service. Tells Vote Strength. "There are 5,000 voters registered out there and there's going to be something going on before long." Denny told her "there's been something going on," and referred to the city's attempt to get service restored through court action and to get rid of the franchise. Red Police Shoot West Berliner BERLIN, GERMANY (FRI DAY) I 'Pi East Berlin Communist police early today shot down a West Berliner on the newly-reopened East-West border. They said he had tried to talk i them into deserting to the West, and they admitted that a small riot broke out as a result of the shooting. West German police said the 20-year-old victim, a refugee from the Soviet zone, was in the American sector when he was shot twice in the arm by Red po lice across the border. His condition was said to be not serious, TRIP BY SOVIET PRELATE. HELSINKI, FINLAND (P) Metropolitan Nikolai Primate of the Orthodox church of Soviet Russia will visit Helsinki July 28 to give a series of lectures on the situation of the church in Russia. WOI-TV, Channel 5 T:SS-Ntwa 3:30-Howdy Doody 8:00-Dlna Dong :00-Outal of School Honor 8:30-Olamour Olrl 4:l3-Bls Picture 'JiOO-Hewklne sails 4:43iwsic wmmm 9:15-The Bennetts S OO-Caplaln video 9:30-Strlle It Rich .1 :30-Tlivtsl( 10 00-Brloe ana iitj-am m; n,mm A:no-Thft Goldberes t0:H-LoYO Of LUt 6:30-I'l Ool a 10 30-Srarcn for 8C"J - .... Tomorrow Tmu-airiw inr,,.. 10:4SGulllnf Ulht T:30-Footlnnia lllOO-Amcrlcan inesir. Oovarninent S :00-Cavalcade Of tl :30-Oarr. Moon g:30-Onatflit Flfhti Wftlalla 8:43-11 nappenta in 12:30-Hruaa Party OO-ra rm rt ia:4--TV 'runea i:ju-iw, ri . t:'.lrVKlna Zwel Drel 1 0 :00-World Plt'St S:()0-8ummer School 10 :19-f)uldo.r Iowa 7 2:30 - l,adlea Cholct 10:3O-Robert Mont- . 3:00-Atom Sa ailS - eabPy a uad somtry Prtstnt ayai On Television By Paul Cotton. The summer, replacement for "Ozzie and Harriett," a pleasingly good show, is a half-hour film drama, "Summer Theater." (There are at least two "Summer Theaters" this is the Listerine version). The first was entitled, "Always a Bridesmaid," part of a phrase made famous in Listerine advertisements, but this play had nothing to do specifically with the disadvantages of halitosis, Don DeFore (neighbor Thorny in "Ozzie and Harriett" was a caterer who, for a fee, made all arrangements for weddings. A pretty gal, who despite her pleasant breath had been only a bridesmaid, hired DeFore to make arrangements for her wedding to a man whose name I remember aa Sam, and who was on his way home from some place like Hong Kong. AU Without Sam. She had her picture in the paper and there were receptions and wedding rehearsals, but without Sam, who seemed to have booked passage on an especially slow boat. In fact, Sam was going to hit town about 15 minutes before the wedding and go directly to the church. Well, sir, we are all at the church waiting, sWOHB. snd DeFore asks the bride, where's Sam? The bride starts crying freely and tells DeFore that there isn't any Sam, and that she loves only DeFore and had gotten him to arrange this wedding so they would be together and he would notice her and fall in love with her. (She was a ooor. crazv. mixed-tm little kid. Living Room Comment. DeFore was certainly most astounded. He carefully thought the matter over (in about 2 seconds) and found that, zounds!, he did love the girl and the two headed down the aisle to be wed. The little woman, ordinarily quite sensible, for some reason watched this drama with me. At the four-minute mark, she said, "I could write a better play than this myself In the next hour." j The "Summer Theater" is shown every other week. WOI-TV. Ames, has it at 7 p. m. Tuesday and WHBF-TV, Rock Island, at 6:30 p. m. Thursday. WOI-TV, Ames, and WOC-TV, Davenport, now are both on Channel 5 and some viewers in Ames' eastern fringe area (beginning at around Toledo) are reporting interference. The difficulty probably will be present until early fall when WOC-TV moves to Channel 6. "Medallion Theater" (8 p. m. Saturday, CBS), which starts Sat-urday, is not one of the sub-marginal summer shows popping up these days. It is a high-priced winter show, starting early to grab off a valuable time period! It is a half-hour "live" drama, sponsored by Chrysler, and this week will star Henry Fonda. The producer is William Spier, who handled last season's "Omnibus." It will be on WOI-TV, Ames, and KMTV, Omaha. KVTV, Sioux City and WHBF-TV, Rock Island, will show it later by kinescope. 3 Volcanoes Put Alaskan TowninPeril ANCHORAGE, ALASKA (U. P.) Three volcanoes erupted;10 in almost unparalleled fury Thursday, snarling air travel, communications and possibly endangering 100 natives in the fishing village of Tyonek, 50 miles southwest of here. About 20,000 square miles of western Alaska, Including this city of 50,000 persons, are In darkness from the falling ash. The mountains which erupted were 11,069-foot Mount Spurr, 80 miles west of here; 10,600-foot AtxKMM ALASKA: ..Jirfli-- Ahnie Map Locate Mount Spurr. Mount Tobert 10 miles from Mount Spurr, and a third un identified mountain in the same vicinity. Communications to Yonek are disrupted. Pvt. Robert E. Moffat, Port Angeles, Wash., ssid In a telephone report from Henai: "I con see Mount Spurr erupting to a height of about 50,000 feet and two nearby mountains are smoking and erupting Intermittently." All flying to and from this city was suspended. Officials warned WSUI 910 IOWA CITY. :00 Mornins 2:10 ftercnt and Contemporary Muilc 3 On Peopla Under Commumam 4:00 Grtnnell Collega 4:30 f-a Tlma MaloflMtn 5:00 Chlldran'a Hour 5:1 Muilc of Manhattan d:15 Niwi 8:30 summar Strenada t:00 Claaaroom 10:00 Muilo Toil Want 10:30 Raktr. Doicn 11:00 Tha Book- ll:;.o Htra'a To Vottrana 5:30 Wewa 11:4-, Hlghwaya 10 5:41 Hnorta Tlma gnfity :00 Dinner Hour 11 :59 Priyar for 5:55 Newa peaca 7 :00 Concert in tha 12:00 Rhythm Park t Ramblea 8.00 All Btata I2 afj-Ntwi Hiih lichool 12:45 Organalre- Mutto Camp i no Mn. ira l Chat a Concert :43 jvewa 10:00 8IOW Orf WOI-640 AMKR. 8 00-Harch Parade 12:4S-Itter front x iS-Hawm tin F.rtn Amee 7:0O-Newe 1 :00-Arcorllon Band 7:tO-Mstlna t:30-Marketa psvodona 2:OI)-flon8 and 7'30-Muslo Shop I Symphony 8:00-Newa nuss aiuu-creaiive eieott Rnalish 8:05-Musle Shop II SilS-Maaterworut arAO-Marketa 3:4VWomen'a 9:00-Homemal(sra rorum M. Duncan 4:00-New P:30 -MarKeta 9 45-Orran Moods neoreo Halter u:05-Happy Tuna :03-Ha Time 10 OO-News Wally Bishop 10;0-Book Club !0:30Markets S:0n-TrM)ay't Mualc 5:30-8ponatlme 8:3VTrKlay'e Mualc S:00-Newa Boo Simmons S:1.1-Miiic to Remember 7:00-Twlllht Symphony T:4o-4iih Off 11 :oo-rhlldrsn'a Comer ll ivlowa Murses Assn. 1130-Musla In the Air 12:00-Newa wany tfisnop 12:lS-rarm Facti woi-r.H e.i sit. 4 :0O-C!aeelcal n:ia;-waya or concen Mankind 8:00-Newa S:30-Drama from BBC :( -News 3ob Slmmona S:l-Starllfht Concert ll.OO-Siso Oft Genres Haisry Oenrse :1V Music to Remrmber Twllleni . ."nil"'"f,.,. amr 1 o ' ' I eUfWt -: flirt i ' , atoeasWt V See -f Him, ir.iT.m,Z il eal A W9 mr- v pilots not to fly through volcanic ashes because engine failures may occur if mechanisms are covered by the dust. First reports of the blowup came from military pilots who said Mount Spurr "blew its top" at the 7,000-foot level. Within an hour, smoks from the peek spread radius of 60 miles and in a short time Anchorage was in twilight. Distinguished in every respect, . . . including Moderate Cost DUNN'S Fl'NEAAI. 1111 GRAND IKRHT.' iKSO :WH0:;KWDM KIOA 1 WMT I WNAX IISTINGS) FM-104 5 M FM-97 3 M FMI003M l.ty 1 1 50 ms 940 cn 600 ' cn 570 VOUB PROGRAMS FOR FRIDAY MORNING. 5:30 Smoke. Ssaitk Silent 5:45 Skew, tea C:00 ceantrj- Bill Baldwia 1:15 antic Skew 1:30 News, Solidaf Moments :4SDoa Bell at 1:40, Ike Meant 7:00 foad maiic Bill Baldwin 7: IS News, Solidae News, Baldwia 7:30 Don Bell Skew, Bill Baldwin 7:45 malic News, Baldwin B:00 News, Rkoades Breakfast 1:15 Don Bell Skow, Cluk. witk 8:30 (an witk Sam Don McNeill, 1:45 Relay Qaii witk Annt Fanny 1:00 Bill Rile. M, Tr.e Store 1:15 News; Emerald Wkiiperiaf 1:30 Lois and Dan j Streets :45 Artknr Godfrey Girl .Marries 10:00 Time, witk Ik Li.o Likt 10:15 li'l Godfreys Millionsir 10:30 Grand Slam Dble-Nothine 10:45 Elitabelk Bill Torn To . 11:00 Wendy Warren . 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Baseball Cleveland vs. White Soi at Chicago with Bob Elson reporting Elmer Davis Edwin C. Hill Local Newt Lest Persons Mr. Chameleon, mritery Music in tha Air Don Bell Revue 'Bellringers, 7:30 7:45 1:15 :30 1:45 1:00 Al Rockwell Showcase, music C. Maisey Time 1:15 1:30 1:45 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:45 News, Van Dyke Coup ; Danielton Al Rockwell Skow, music 11:00 News, Danielson Montray and music till midnight 1:15 Al Rockwell witk music til midnight 11:30 11:45 12:00 Sign off nt 12:10 Sign Off KCCC Varied HUNT MISSING FARM HAND, 29 The Polk county sheriff's office Thursday night put out a missing person broadcast for a Mitchell-villa farm hand whose hat, trousers and empty billfold were found by police In Iowa City. The man is Harold Lee Holland, 29, who worked on the Don De-Graff farm, 1 miles west of Mitcheilville. DeGraff said Holland and his wife, a 17-year-old expectant mother, went to Marion to look for another Job. The sheriff's office said the ' couple parted In Iowa City and Holland's wife returned to Mitcheilville by bus early Wednesday. Iowa City police found Hoi-land's effects Thursday at the south edge of Iowa City. An Iowa City taxicab driver said he had taken Holland and another man to the Rook Island railroad Washington Senators vs. New York Yankees "Game of the Day" Frl. July 10 11:55 A. M a iil BLajLAT BLJ1 Sa- aC .at . VT.' -A 100.3 Megacycles It's WHO-KM For Baseball and Statlo Free Reception! RACES EVERY FR1. SUN. NITE I TONIGHT NITE T 1 CARLOAD AT THE RACKS PIONEER RACEWAYS 2l) S. K. I4tk Itrs Mnlnr HOME AVIM I IT Silent I Dawn i Snnritt Hoar Moraine, I Butter Down On Farm Neifkkof Good Moraine, Newt It Mkt. Tkis I Believe Newt Folks, witk Bank Hst. Jam. Newt, Finn Morn. Neifkkor western, old Family Altar Jerry Smitk Ckrit Mack time malic Wortkip C. Worcetler Markets Safety Rndap., News; Dick Newt, Roberts Newt weil'n matic, Mills Mniical Musical Iritk Skow Clock Clock and Newt. Walrod Gabriel H seller Breakfast Cluk Almanac Baddy Newt; Dick Newt, Cke.'ton News, Snyder Tucker Millt Skow Musical S. Buraetto Back to Al Murpky Clock Coffet Cluk tkt Biklo Dick Millt Music Hall Editk Hanton Ra. 0. Parker Kitcken Newt, Robert! Newt, Nelson Dr. Mickolson Klaller Listen Ladies Arthur Godfrey Voict of China : Play Artkur Codfrey Time, Frank Re.. Caswell Radio; News Time, witk Parker, tko News, Walrod Ladies Robert Q. Ckordtttet Broadway Beat Fair Lewis, tub. It Mariners Listen Wkila Queen for Grrnd Slam Grand Slam You Work, Jpay Kitcken Cluk Our Gal Sunday E. Webber Curt Mastey Wendy Warren Wendy Warns Operation Baukkaeo Aunl Jenny Annt Jenny Housewife, Betty Welle Helen Trent Holea Trent free priiet Lucky Street Our Gil Sunday Newt, Markets Mary Randolpk Hea.'n It Home J. Lee Wills News, Plamkeck Farm Hilifkts Alei Dreier Spta. ; Var. Tk. News. Skelley Maiical Clock Wealker Buckaroos Kitcken Cluk News; Markets Welcome Tra.elers Bok Hopo . MsrrtaKO Pays Strike It Rick Pkrsie Pays Second Ckanc Jady It Jano Ma Perkins Bac karoos Perry Mason PROGRAMS FOR FRIDAY AFTERNOON. Newt, PlembeckiNaw., Walrod 12 Noon Newt Chicago Sports March of A. Polka Newt. Skelley Songfellowt Roundup MJB Skow Ftaturo Faro Lift Beautiful Rotd of Ufa Pepper Young Right to Hants. Party Gospel Quartet Rev. Veltman News; Chicago Cubs Sports Edition Newt; Cuht Sportt Edition Scoreboard Musical O'vtnt. Ckapel of Air Mktt., T. Pott Rev. Caswell Organ Rhythms Open Home, Listen to your hoy, Al McCoy, playing music of yesterday and today Backstage Wife Stella Dallas Newt ; Dick Mills Friday Afternoon Show on record Wonderful City; Newt Widder Brown In My House Juit Plaia Bill Front P. Frrll. Lorenio Jonet Ooctor't Wife Undo Remut Story Time I PROGRAMS FOR FRIDAY EVENING. Bobby Dick Skow Sont-Pioneert Serenadert Baseball-Chicago Newt, M a gnuson' Sportt, Walrod vs. Cincinnati with Bert Wilson Reporting i.y by play Speedway Roundup Farm Roundup Newt, Walrod Spotlight Newt, Nelten Morgan Beatty 1 Man't Family Eddie Fisher R'mary Clooney Luther League Show Dinner Serenade Casa, LaCavn Music of Italy with Joe LaCavn Kowhoy Kapert, western music Dancing Party, pop, music Dr. Curt Rogoainski Pick Play, Bok ft Ray News ; with Charles Dugout Blood for Korea Eyes on Skies H. Cassidy Mutic from tha Night See. In Blue Newt, Mitchell Baseball-Western League All-star Came with Bob Elston reporting the play Newt Sportt Frank Edwnrdi Art n Uamme Newt, Nelson Sports Corner Dava Garroway Here's to Vets Gala Time, The best of music old and new with your cordial host. Bill Anderson News ; Boh and Ray Newt, Atkinton Bob dr Ray Music All Nita Sign Off Sign Off music. News every hour Det Moinei Register P(ta 1 5 Frl., July 10, station about 12:30 a. m. Wed i nesday. , In broadcasting the mlssinC person bulletin, the sheriff's office here said foul play was feared. Holland was described as 5 feet,' 3 Inches tall and weighing 131 pounds. He had worked for De Graff for 4 months and came to Iowa from North Carolina. TODAY'S MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL 12:30 P. M. Wash. vs. N. V. 7:45 Cleveland vs. Chicago (SO Dial 1460 Iowa's TOP Sports Station The whole family will enjoy the "Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet" every Friday night at 8 Mil), presented tonight by I.Uterlne Antiseptic and Toothpaste. UdllW' ! Sl Mil fcj A l VK HUSK Mb NT FRIDAY'S BEST BETS IV :M . m. -Country Jumhonw fl.flUa. m. Nfwi Weather :n su m, B..b fttolta H : (0 a. m.- Merrill lnrfltt 7:00 a. m. B. IiIMn. Newi 7 n , m. I- mnk Field 7::t0 . m. Retlv ft Ln 7 :4f. a. m. Morning HaUlnr H:Ofl l. m, HltlM. Club ff.ftn a. m. Merrtlrn Carrier a. m. Vhlier1n Strfeti f:4 a. m. R. ( hlltlt. Kewi .0 00 a. ni. Kitchen Clnh 10::iOa.m. Dmihia or Nothing a. m. Betty frocker 1 1 :o a. m. 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Flnnre Rand 1 1 :ftO p. m. New llme M .llp. m. in The Mght 1 1 n. m. ISVwa !:0(l Mldniarhl MT.N OFF Jc Mkt. Cuht Edit. Voice Of Iowa Newt, Roberti Farm Family Owens Cowboys Mrs. Burton Rosemary Nora Drake Judy and Jano Hilltop House Houteparty, A. Linkletter Wizard ofOddi Dinner Bell Soo City Mktt, Newt, Smith RFD, Geo. B. Western Hilt Perry Masos Nora Drake 2d Mrt. Burto Hilltop Honso House Party, A. Linkletter Wizard of Oddt Aunt Mary Dr. Malono Guiding Light News, McMartin Ballroom Music Club 600 with B. Starbuck, Robert Q. Sona of West Neighbor Lady, Wynn Speeco Arthur Godfrey Judy and Jano Road of Life Ma Perkins pop. music Curt Maisey Sports, Tail Lowell Thomas Dr. Malono Guiding Light , Curt Maisey Lowell Tkomat Cubt News, McMartin Hawkeya Hits with Ford Ed. R. Murrow News, Larson Bohemian Band Family Skeleton Ed. R. Murrow Mr. Keen, drama Boston Blackie, mystery Lone Ranger, western Farm Forum Data Music Antell Escape, adventure The World Dances Music in tha Air The World Dances Johnny Mercer Show Music for Yon Grant Park Symphony, music News, McMartin Newt, Larion Sports Night Editor Farm News Sports, Tait This I Believe Girl Next Door News, McMartin Off Tka Record World Newi Danco Orchestra, music 11:05 with D. Landear Nigbtbeat Sign Off on the hour 24 On. the Air I koejet e 4t o er sffiEli )T.Tl I lira ,t4juai .V anwolawS JLAa n.aWaV.ay aa.m) am aSaA, on Maa-aom am ana i - - - -p. 1 r- ir1 ------ - a-. a, -a A.

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