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THE DES MOINES REGISTER TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1934. PAGE NINS I TIGERS NEXT FOR HUSKERS STUDIES SCHOOL . ..iiiaii nun 1 1 . . : : i Iwrniirn iinnio FREEDOM PLAN LAUNlin rlNAL DRIVE TOWARD BIG SIX TITLE Missouri, Kansas State Games Remain. . (Special Plipitch to Th RuUUr.) LINCOLN, NEB. Heading into the home port from the mud-slosh-ing brannlgan with the Kansas 7vhawkers at Lawrence, where End Virgil Yelkln'i accurately toed placekick manufactured the three points necessary In the compilation of another Nebraska triumph over a u-aauionai ioe, me go0d ship "Cornhusker" seemingly i haopilv situated for the launch. ine of the final drive on which hinges Nebraska's retention of its i,rpis as football champion of the Bie Six conference.. The two concluding conflicts of Nebraska's conference campaign bring Missouri first and then Kansas State to the Lincoln rectangle to provide the opposition for a Scarlet clan which to date has defied the handicap of Inexperience in gridiron warfare and, meantime, has rolled back the three conference foes who have dared dispute Nebraska's supremacy in Big Six competition. Aggies Threaten Reign. Missouri, on its season's record, scarcely figures as a serious stumbling block, whereas Kansas State, with three conference vie' tories to its credit, stands ominously as a threat in Nebraska's path to a fourth successive title. The preachments of the Huskers' head mentor, Dana Bible, in pre paring for the weekend clash with Missouri, undoubtedly will stress the danger which lurks in over- confidence, yet it is inevitable that Bible and his proteges will have that Thanksgiving day affair with the Manhattan Aggies chiefly in mind. Nebraska's last home defeat by a conference rival was achieved by the same Aggies four years ago end every Cornhusker resource will be summoned for the task of making certain that the disaster of 1930 shall not be repeated. Triumph No Fluke. While conference critics have been twitting the Cornhuskers on their narrow margins of victory over Oklahoma and Iowa State, the triumph on the sodden Lawrence field was not in any sense a fluke. The nine to one edge in first downs arid the comparison of net yardage gains represented by cold figures of 202 to 8, scarcely justified as much as an intimation that the Biblemen were undeserving of their success. In again conquering Kansas, the Cornhuskers carried on while minus the services of Halfback Lloyd Cardwell, flashy ball-carrier and premier speedster of the Scarlet squad's offensive. Injured during the first scrimmage of the joust at Lawrence, Cardwell thereafter was a sideline spectator except for a few moments of toe final half. Cardwell May Rest, No surprise will be tossed into the Nebraska camp if Cardwell is not permitted to strut his stuff in next Saturday's fray with the Tigers, as it is a matter of importance to have the Huskers" brilliant ball-lugger in prime physical fettle for the conflict with the up-and-coming Aggies on Thanksgiving day. Russell Thompson, 235-pound tackle from Whitney, Neb., will have the game captain honors this week. 1934 Official Batting Figures Of Western League Players TEAM BATTING. A. 0R- H TB- 2B- 3B HR. SR. SB. PB.HB.Sn. i M 7 MM 181 11)4 81 t. I 81 4.V J3 tlftl 3 4307 630 598 IlSl 1540 221 51 2S 109 7T 421 23 SOS 123 4273 fi!S 70S 1153 1J8 243 37 56 70 B 414 18 641 120 4154 5S5 603 111 1491 1SI 34 42 111 64 4"S 30 611 123 4201 658 603 1123 1509 170 45 42 S3 124 525 32 545 Hi 7 111,4 lh,B ln' a 12 306 31 603 iii tili BUS BIB 1US1 14H7 197 27 65 65 TEAM FIELDING. W. L. T. PP. TP. 65 56 74 40 65 S3 n n m. St. Joe Rock L Omaha Ced. R. Dav. . 8. Cy. Topeka Tnpeka .... D Moines Omaha Bioux City Korlt llan4 Davennnrt . St. Joseph .......... .66 Csdar Rapid! 47 S2 426 17 703 LB. Pet 1018 .291 95 .277 828 .274 944 .270 987 .269 973 .267 874 .266 861 .252 .58 .68 .48 .75 .58 .70 105 93 88 94 83 PB. 14 It 25 7 11 n INDIVIDUAL BATTING. PO. 3219 3258 3172 3218 3188 3212 3152 5133 A. 1408 1348 1463 15 1349 1305 1525 1357 E. 200 205 218 226 218 235 257 250 Pet. .959 .957 .955 .954 .954 .951 .948 .947 (Includes all players participant! Rye, Kurme. Dav. 48 193 inomas, Marlon (Mai) g. C. ..... 34 73 Patterson. Floyd, R. 1 122 445 Parker, Riley, 88 R. I., 4 C. R. ... 90 327 McFarland, Howard, St. J 11!) 472 Dlckihot. John. 14 R. I., 103 C. R. 117 423 Carson. Walter, St. J 66 2fit Johnson, Vern, 8. C. , 62 235 Goodman, David, 81. 56 212 Lovlch, Ernest, Oma 14 62 Bates, Charts, St.. J. 122 485 MeMahon, John. Oma. 41 174 McNeely, Albert U, Oma 108 438 Orwnll, Oswald, D. M. 110 441 Standaert, Jeroms, C. R, 31 115 Leonard, Thomas, C. R. 14 59 Hudson, Ray, I). M, J2I) 43 Kelway, Kdward, T. M 35 85 Osnrek. Leo, D. M. Neluke, Krnls. Top. V. Mueur, William, C. iuoy, iiun 8. c. ..... Pickett, Malcolm, Oma. . (iaffke, Fabian, D. M. .. Clements, C'harlea. Oma. Dennlna, Otto, Dav. ... Swanaon, Kart, Dav. , , Cantrell, Guv, St. J. ... Holmes, William. Top. . . Marrhand. Albert, I). M. 1. anion, Ales, 11. M, Breese. rJIdnn. Olsen, Bussell. Dav. Snvder. Morzan. Ton. Jackann, William, C. R Hassler, Ben, Oma. . . Knox. Clifford. R. I. . Starr. William. R. I. . flay, Clifford, IV M. . . Croaaley, Clarence, Dav. uannon, rrana, a. c;. Cotter. Leo. S. C. ... Stock, Edward, R. L . . rnser, Bon. II. M. ... Reeae, William, Oma. Rebman, Tart, P. M. . Marah, Andrew, 13 Dav., Hall. Ermal, Dav. Monahan, Peter. R. I. Beauchalne, David. 17 St. Mrnulte, Herman, D. M. , Tula), Stanley, oma. ... WcCue, Wavne. Oma. . Moulder. Dorset. I. M. Whitehouee. Harry, 73 Dav.. 48 tinou, Alien c 1;. . Loans, Robert, Oma. , . . Wise. Oeorxe. Ton. . . Mclaaac, Angus, St. J 122 476 Brucker, Earl, St. J 90 322 Wetsel, Frank. Oma. 21 77 Kiley, Leon. Dav. . .... Ooetachel, Howard. R I. Hoaank. Lawrence, C. R. Barnhart, Leslie Top. . Lisle. John. C. ft Michaels, Ralph. R I. , . Plechota, Al, Dav Karey. Marin, C. R. .... Moralea. Ysmael. Oma. .. Wllllneham. Hugh. S. C. McOarter, James. 6 D. M. Wllliford, Edward, Top. , . Vezillch, Louia. 8. C. . . Burns, Joseph, c. R. wnaon, William, S. H. TB. 37 73 118 9 27 35 90 163 219 58 114 164 108 164 243 112 145 230 68 89 158 57 80 171 51 72 106 13 21 33 98 164 265 30 57 66 75 143 217 99 141 211) 18 37 60 7 19 23 83 150 Z21 14 27 38 121 818 108 164 J07 ill 73 14 2d 33 78 141 224 85 153 191 69 113 190 105 163 2K9 80 134 214 53 117 156 8 16 21 7 12 J9 S 23 28 87 182 J23 17 31 41 In 10 or more fames.) 2B. 3B.HR.SH.SB.RBI.Pft. 13 4 8 4 S 46 .- a I 4 0 .118 450 .122 490 . H5 3S2 .123 52 .107 431 .100 376 . 14 52 . 17 39 . 33 75 .123 533 . 39 10a Top 134 508 106 154 215 .. .l-.'J IH 103 104 ju ...120 445 56 134 178 ...103 356 101 3V , SO 305 80 254 53 156 115 403 73 277 60 212 14 55 54 190 11 38 . . .100 378 2 C. R . . 15 49 123 4R2 110 416 J., 26 D. M. 43 176 30 113 123 484 60 160 17 68 121 479 19 72 24 94 55 218 4 32 6 2 32 6 2 33 14 6 21 8 16 14 13 9 13 3 24 21 5 1 2 2 37 20 8 9 0 0 37 5 9 24 10 10 10 0 1 4 0 0 29 13 8 1 I 22 8 3 6 0 2 28 8 13 16 4 26 3 15 27 17 18 11 29 6 13 0 30 3 1 0 1 7 0 5 0 18 12 n 1 S. C. 87 300 30 115 26 93 27 56 117 4'S 76 286 43 94 90 347 38 151 122 462 12 08 .124 41 71 27 29 119 C 123 457 6 Top.. R 11 S. C. 122 431 106 409 29 62 22 43 90 3:17 47 1615 32 71 22 79 121 461 05 317 Five Tigers on Injured List COLUMBIA, MO. W) Five regulars w ere reported on the hospital list Monday as the Missouri Tigers begin preparations for their annum pame with Nehraska at Lincoln Saturday. Coach Frank Ca-ridoo dismi.vscd the squad Monday after a lecture in which he pointed out mistakes in the Washington game last week. Carideo said he would concentrate on Improving the offense, which last week scored two touch-if"vn. Missouri's first earned Points this season. Tim Injured players are: Joe Angeilr., triple-threat back; Angel-lo Carideo, Quarterback: Evans 1 owe !I, end i-w Keam, guards. Poynor May Be Lost to Sooners NORMAN, OKLA. "pior, ,tar fullback of the Uni- ' "ity of Oklahoma football team, m so badly injured in Saturday's rsrd fnup-ht in.. tr r..... Re may not be able to play weekend. Coaches Hardaire an1 p-m-vland announced Monday. Toynor suffered a badly bruised fc:P and is confined in the univer-;tY infirmary. With Rr,H T v,-.t., .-. o UlUCHlHg DtU'K, injured shoulder, the DeCuir. Edward. St. 1. Lehman. John. R. I, . , Harl. John. C. R. Hnman, John, 8. C. . . Smith, Bvd, S. C. .. Parka, Artie, 8. C Harers.v. Eugene F., C. HenddJ. J. Ed.. 11 R. I. Anderson. Harold. C. R. Reehnld. William. Oma . White. Top 31 123 Bonch. Albert. 8. C 31 103 Shiell, Victor, Ton 120 450 Wilson, William, C. R 82 100 Zahn. George, S. C 31 80 Brluhtwell, Glenn, Top 124 458 Schults, Harold, R 1 ....112 418 Larson, Albert, C. R 46 162 Smith. Glenn. C. R. 25 93 Williamson, E. tSpeck), St. J 101 390 Tnuhev. Uordon. R. I 44 98 Curt right. Guv, S. C. 23 90 Prince. William, Dav 20 41 Wrobel, Adolph, R. 1 68 ISO Clark, Edwin, Top. , ..,..121 430 Denson. Frank. R. I ...123 500 Kalkiowakl), Peter, 1). M. . , 95 358 Pollack, Joseph, 81. J 25 50 Hancock, Lee, Oma. ., 14 21 Shipley, Allen, C. R 78 257 Masek, Al, R. I , 14 17 Hall, Frank, Dav 113 310 Dixon, Cletus, Dav 90 336 Kinrannon, Joseph, Oma 37 13S Brown, Cieorce. R. 1 32 39 Wuestllng, (leoree, Oma. 40 148 Traynor, Fred, St. J 122 414 Hamon, James. Top 23 85 Smlleoff, James, Dav 77 220 xReynolds, Leo, C. R .......... 34 128 Yelovlc, John. Top 33 73 Olossop, Ernest, 15 Oma., 83 Top. 78 2S0 Huffman. Galen. S. C 27 (.8 Carnnati, Leino. C. R 12 43 Sams. Ralph, D. M 34 89 Griffin, Wea H.. St. J 35 85 Glrelbarh, Aloyslum, D. M ,.26 83 l.ndalck, John, D. M 33 S3 Evans. Ernest, 23 C. R, 28 Omo. ,,51 88 Williams. Top 28 91 Tubba. Frank. Dav 36 77 Droubay, Seymour, Oma. 13 48 Ledford, Gne. St. J 13 29 Siratton, Jlonty. Oma 25 68 Bertram, Rsy. S. C. 22 78 Moreau. Ralph. St. J. 21 30 Carithers. James, Oma .. 35 74 Kina. Donald, 24 8 C, T St. J. .. 31 70 Cuislner, Arthur, Dav 12 50 Wilson, Genrce, 8. C 4 2 127 Wlnford, milium, I). M 10 16 Tallamante, Kicardo, St. J 34 76 Evans, Ossia. Oma 23 82 Ijimanski. Frank, Dav. 42 110 Caulk, Kmmelt, Top 28 94 Rickev, Glen, ft S O, 5 C. R 10 Yarshus. Robert, 20 Top.. 4 Oma. . . 24 Bnrnholdt, Harold, Oma 21 Albertson, Edwin, S. C 10 Mills. Dale. Top. 4 4 Intlekofer, John, Oma 41 Ulelnnd, Al, I). M. . 16 Gnuld. William, C. R 15 Baker. Orville, R 1 16 Ponnptll. Julio, R. 1 14 Strickland. William. R. 1 28 Mehrnedrr, mimer, 13 Oma., 8 D. M. 19 . . . . 31 44 106 146 62 114 162 37 90 125 23 75 fll 20 46 64 73 118 160 50 81 118 36 62 78 U 16 17 18 55 67 5 1118 49 108 165 7 14 22 84 137 220 80 118 176 25 50 67 15 32 40 66 138 179 19 45 68 13 19 33 77 133 171 9 20 34 20 26 42 28 60 65 78 130 171 54 88 138 10 21 28 55 81 127 23 31 41 12 25 35 10 15 19 72 130 157 42 76 95 14 25 44 52 92 105 26 40 56 81 122 219 8 10 10 83 126 193 22 70 97 28 31 35 59 119 176 57 112 158 65 106 170 7 18 22 1 11 12 63 86 118 29 42 71 9 18 26 8 20 25 56 116 133 32 80 97 11 31 38 5 28 30 77 113 184 8 25 32 7 20 25 69 114 196 53 104 130 19 40 53 9 23 30 49 96 121 9 24 31 17 22 26 5 10 11 16 46 55 49 104 127 81 122 144 69 86 133 12 17 5 6 61 71 4 6 91 110 78 83 32 36 9 9 34 41 94 Ki4 19 26 49 28 16 61 19 9 19 18 11 n 19 16 10 6 14 16 8 15 14 10 25 3 14 18 30 21 27 20 31 24 12 It 20 JI 1 10 ' 2 21 2 3 10 3 0 20 15 11 21 8 7 3 S 29 9 3 26 6 6 15 19 11 20 4 14 7 10 4 18 8 8 5 10 24 0 23 14 2 16 2 0 4 1 8 1 0 0 1 1 3 0 2 19 10 0 0 0 7 .370 14 74 .366 8 68 .349 31 85 .347 20 79 .343 15 59 .341 3 62 .340 15 21 .340 0 12 .339 21 81 .338 0 22 .a.'d 5 62 .328 6 78 .333 0 25 .322 0 3 .322 .1 94 .318 0 13 .318 38 54 .318 0 J .313 1 91 .313 19 35 81 .312 3 10 Rl .312 S 93 .311 3 60 .311 10 72 .311 114 .308 1 0 11 .308 1 0 5 .307 8 8 60 .364 0 0 10 .3114 7 23 55 .303 16 24 50 .303 3 2 58 .301 3 2 43 .298 5 12 43 .296 1 2 55 .295 ,4 141 .295 5 1 16 .295 9 27 68 .293 15 11 40 .292 2 2 29 .292 4 3 5 .291 4 1 19 .289 2 13 .29 4 4 69 .288 0 8 8 .286 6 16 88 .264 18 13 47 .2S4 3 4 26 .2K4 5 3 17 .283 8 10 67 .21 1 1 23 .21 t 4 13 .279 10 13 48 .278 0 0 14 .279 1 5 9 .277. 2 VEENKER WORKS ON DEFENSE AS CYGLONESDRILL Williams in Shape for K-Aggies. AMES, IA. CD A light work out featured Monday's practice for the Iowa State Cyclones who will close their season against Kansas State at Manhattan Sat urday. Coach Oorge veenker apparently was satisfied with his team's 33 to 12 victory over Drake, and devoted little time to his offense. Marlowe Williams, halfback, re ceived a twisted knee in the Drake game but will be in shape for the Wildcats. 4 20 .275 14 12 45 .273 21 11 32 10 8 0 1 21 15 2 2 15 15 2 4 25 4 3 27 14 6 5 7 5 2 1 6 i; 3 1 10 0 12 5 0 0 7 0 25 0 3 6 85 .273 1 9 .273 3 48 .270 8 20 .270 0 13 .269 2 10 .28 8 47 .266 5 24 .266 1 21 .266 14 10 33 .265 4 7 14 .20.1 9 83 .204 4 5 .20.1 5 86 .262 10 30 .26 5 8 .2H1 3 88 .260 3 61 .280 3 62 .259 0 8 .258 0 8 .256 11 35 .255 7 16 .255 3 14 .254 2 18 .253 7 31 .252 0 45 .252 1 16 .252 0 11 .252 16 57 .251 0 14 .250 0 5 .250 12 71 .249 7 48 .249 0 24 .247 1 B .247 0 10 14 49 .246 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 14 10 12 62 33 21 77 25 10 23 23 16 18 . 24 28 18 15 8 wnnirnrr, oiimri, 1.1 Newton. Fred. R. I. Van Fleet. Dwljht. C. R 40 Marleau, Edward, 13 D. M 12 St. J. 24 House, Walter, Dav 20 Graf. Klnner, 8. C 39 talo. Top 17 4.) 16 29 Ghelinl. Jensen. Merton. Oma. Wehds, Wilbur. S. C. , nr,fi Herman. St. J. Hallett. Jcfcn. 12 St. J.. S C. R... 17 Johnaon, Lee. 6 Oma., 23 To . . 29 Kumalae. Clarence. 5 Oma, 9 C. R. 14 Lone. Jule. 8. C 21 McClendon. Harlan. R. 1 10 k'ramnton. Elywn, Top 24 Hemenwsv, j-.mii. u J" Bean. Peter, Dav 12 Smith, Pale, 3 Top. 9 P. R 12 20 17 3 7 7 6 16 15 9 8 7 5 10 A 11 10 8 4 10 5 5 4 7 2 4 2 3 1 2 1 1 0 23 11 17 16 11 38 4 20 23 25 21 5 8 8 9 23 15 13 6 9 8 12 10 33 11 13 4 12 S 8 4 8 2 0 18 .245 1 .244 0 3 .244 1 15 .243 4 52 .242 10 40 .24(1 8 46 ,240 0 8 .240 0 I .238 32 .237 1 .235 38 .233 26 .2a 11 .2.12 J .231 13 .2fl0 61 .227 17 .224 26 .223 10 .219 8 .219 !1 .218 5 .216 1 .214 S .213 15 .212 ,213 310 209 209 208 20S 207 206 205 .205 6 0 6 11 1 0 0 7 1 ft 0 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 8 I 5 .203 .200 4 .200 15 .197 .1K8 13 .14 9 .13 12 .12 9 .111 0 .176 3 .175 ft .175 3 .171 11 .167 K .167 10 .167 1 .167 2 .163 0 .161 6 .156 5 .186 9 .151 5 .145 145 .133 132 .119 .111 105 101 100 089 .077 .071 ,063 053 042 .000 that th New Ball Loop Plans Made at Dakota Session JAMESTOWN, N. D. (JP) Formation of a new baseball league was discussed at a meeting here Monday. Preliminary plans call for teams from Jamestown, Devils Lake, George ConsolverandMinot- Vally Cit5r nd Bismarck, all in JNortn uaKoia, ana euner Aberdeen, S. D., or Brandon, Man. A. J. Breitbach, Jamestown, was named temporary chairman, and Michael McCarthy, Valley City, temporary secretary - treasurer. Towns represented were Jamestown, Minot, Devils Lake and Valley City. Another meeting will ba held at Devils Lake Dec. 4. Ben ,J"ir!g an ;. H coaches were confronted With 1h .!. v.... ... - ""ii ui reounaing a dbck- Oklahnma Aocle r3 --- field rtr the t Stillwater Saturday. Lindsey Lectures To Kansas Squad UWREXCE. KAN. Wv-Inclem-" weather forced the Kansas hkers ork out under the II llum Monday. Ccach Ad Ltnd- SeV V: . . - ,.ainea w me team errors in trie ?ebrask., game. He - ".ere were no injured - -a Kansas play- - Kansas commenced prepara-r. 'OT the 8ni Michigan cere Saturday. Londos Beats Marshall Again It's 23rd Time NEW YORK, N. Y. UP) Jim Lon dos, recognized in some sections as the heavyweight wrestling champion, Monday night defeated Everett Marshall, La Junta, Colo., for the twenty-third time before a crowd of 13,000 at Madison Square garden. Londos. weighed 00, pinned Marshall, 220, after one hour ten minutes ana iwo seconds with a leg spread. Hans Kampfer, 220, Germany. took a 30-minute decision over rat OShocker, 223, Salt Lake City. Utah. Semi pro, Amateur (Ths Reilsttr'l Iowa News Ssrvtoa A.r.A.'s WANT GAMM. The A.Z.A. baaketnail team would like to schedule games for Sundays. Call Harrv Rubin at 3-1765 or writs 1112 f ourth, si. MIDWEST IMITRIAI-S 19 ACM 0. Ths Midwest Imperials junior football eleven trimmed the Twentieth Street ce, 19 to 0. at Brooks school Monday aftsr-nonn. R. AND T. TRII'Mrm. Ths Peitr and Tribune baaketbttl team pened Its aeaaon Monday nlsht by beatlne In a raaesd fame. teslminster. 28 to 23. Hockey Results KkuMiwUi 4 14, Tut 1, Slaughter-Dugan Bout, 'No Contest' CLEVELAND, OHIO OP) A scheduled six-round bout between Sammy Slaughter, Terre Haute, Ind., light heavyweight, and Mickey Dugan, Cleveland, Ohio, was ruled a "no contest" Monday night, because Referee Charley O'Conncll halted the fight in the third round, raising Dugan's hand as the victor on a rules say a man cannot win a fight on a foul. Both men will be paid their purses. Large Crowd At K-Ag Drill MANHATTAN, KAN. A large crowd of spectators sat in a drizzle Monday to watch the Kansas State gridders, tied with Nebraska for the Big Six lead, tune up for the Iowa State game Saturday. Coach Lynn Waldorf sent the Wildcats through a stiff offensive drill against the freshmen. Ayers, Churchill, Flenthrop and Shaffer took It easy because of injuries. Started In 1917. The Cyclone-Wildcats series started in 1917 and will be re newed for the eighteenth consecutive time Saturday. iQwa State teams have always been pesky thorns in the side of some of Kansas State s greatest elevens, and this year's fine Cy clone team perhaps rates an edge over Kansas State's sophomores. Until the advent of Bo McMil-lit. on the Kansas State campus, the all-time scores were very much in Iowa State's favor, both as to games won and total points, but the teams of the last six years closed the gap a little, in spite of the 7-6 defeat handed the great 1931 team by the under-rated band of Iowa Staters. Iowa State now has won nine games to Kansas Sate's seven, with one a tie, and has scored 14S points to Kansas State's 118. Cyclones Won First Iowa State emerged victorious from the first meeting of the e levens, in 1917, and when Kansas State retaliated with an 11-0 vie tory in 1918, the Iowans proceeded to get revenge by "pouring it on" in the 1919 game, 46-0. Charley Bachman's first eleven was beaten 17-0, and the men of Bachman in general had more trouble with the Iowans than with any conference team outside Ne braska. Iowa State won in 1921, but Kansas State passed its way through mud and rain and lakes of water to a 12-2 victory in 1922. Kansas Stats was favored In 1923 but could do no better than a 7-7 tie and in 1924 the well known Behm boys, Norton and John, gave Kansas Stats fans a demonstration of the various methods of scoring in football, Iowa State scored two touchdowns, two field goals, and a safety to win, 21-0. Short Sprint. A short sprint by Dick Haskard with a bungled Ames punt gave Kansas State a last minute vic tory in 1925, as Iowa State had been leading 7-6 up to that stage in the game. In 1926 Kansas State was turned back 3 to 2, and in 1927 12-7. Bo McMillin's first: team was beaten 7-0 when the rain-soaked ball slipped away from a Wildcat back apparently headed for the tying touchdown, but Kansas State got a lead on a field goal in 1929 and then protected it like a setting hen, donating a safety In the late moments to keep the ball and win 3-2. Elden Auker led the 1930 Kansas Staters to a 13-0 victory only to see a pass which he tipped but could not catch be converted into the winning Ames touchdown of that 7-6 upset in 1931, due In great part to an injury which deprived Kansas State of the services of Ralph Graham, Its chief plunger. Two In a Kow. In 1932 Kansas State' ran up a 31-0 score Just to make up for the previous year, and last season won a good contest 7-0, at Ames. Previous seores: Flora Cooke Will Visit Roosevelt High. An authority in the field of experimental education, Miss Flora J. Cooke, Chicago, 111., arrived in Des Moines Monday to visit Roosevelt High school, where an experiment in educational freedom is being conducted. Miss Cooke has been principal of Francis W. Parker school in Chicago since it began 33 years ago as a "laboratory school" to carry out an experimental Idea. On Way to St. Louis. In that capacity and as a recognized leader in the field, Miss Cooke hopes to visit 18 schools this year. She is on her way to St. Louis, Mo., to visit John Burroughs school. Recently she investigated methods In Eagle Rock school at Los Angeles, Cal., and five schools In Denver, Colo., where an experiment similar to that at Roosevelt is being conducted. Entrance Less Rigid. As she explained it, 265 colleges have agreed to accept students recommended by principals and faculty of trie 29 schools participating In the experiment with out the customary more rigid re quirements of a certain number of credits. The students, of whom there are 150 at Roosevelt, enroll in a curriculum especially designed to bring out Individual capabilities with respect to the group along the students' natural bent. "Social rhllosophy." "It is the social philosophy of education," Miss Cooke said. "The schools are centering on giving individuals the right conditions for individual growth from a so cially progressive standpoint." At Miss Cooke's school, where in the elementary field such a plan has outgrown the experi mental stage as the school grew older, there are shops, laboratories, playgrounds, gardens, kitchens, libraries and study halls. "Educational Mill Gone." "The day of the educational mill has gone," Miss Cooke said, "and it is hoped that high schools as well as elementary schools will come to the point where the individual will be allowed to make the most of his aptitude, abilities and gifts." Miss Cooke will visit Roosevelt High school today and go to St. Louis Wednesday. Studies Schools Miss Flora J. Cooke, principal of Francis V. Tarker school In Chicago, 111., who will visit Roosevelt High school today to study the new educational system there. 26 IN STATE WIN BICYCLES Quaker Oats Co. Awards Contest Prizes. Twenty-Bix Iowans awarded bi cycles in a contest sponsored late in the summer by the Quaker Oats Co. were announced Monday. The company gave 1,000 bicycles in a nationwide contest. The contest ended Oct. 31. The consumer and his or her grocery store each were given a bicycle. Consumer winners in Iowa are: FrM Bnmrh. Ex 125. Bnrnit: RoNrt Brook. 1 42 A A neiitar n' .. Burlington ; rant HchAff, Omanrhf; Olga KnlriJi. R R. I. Hox 44. r"lnr Ha plan, I'ffln iaflor-1. 1 K4ft ThTteenih av THn ton; Jimmy Siniyan, 1019 . uurteenh DavfO-iwrt. Brunei umy. 1 7 ri -jnirn pi., lpb M"liM'f, OorKa lvanuvirh. H 1M, R. K. Den M"infi; Hot' J )iUKhman, 1 Fifth avc, Den Mrinis; J'hvih Wind, i.U7 M'n- a mtn avc. Pes Aloincn; CI Arte Thimp-on. 8tnux CM v ; Kfnncth Knofrnsrhilrt. Kiii(ivelt M., Sk.ux City, and Janice Worthinghm, aHt Hun Park. Waterloo. Grocery stores announced as winners, are: j Mr. Jcppe, Farmer Store. Bennett: Oeorce; Hprkpnhmtf. 6'iU S'ar v.t Burtinston, , tiino Store. Nn. 5, Clinton; Fe"plps Store. ( e- dar pHpirti: M. J. PHUen. 1112 S. 5t.. Clinton; Max Honevman, Thirteenth and Led air afreet, Davenport. Ike, Smalle. lbcO Biuff at.. Pea Moines; .Thn Pekivtrh, K. Twenty -ninth at., pes Mmne; A. A P., Sixth v.. Pea Mmns; Halliburton artery. f'J.2 Twentieth at . pen M"tne: Council "Kik S'ire. Twentieth an1 Virginia itree'a Smui Citv; Riverview market 2l'tfi Brvan at., Bioux City. nl 1-auerman a. Waterloo. PARLIAMENT OPENS TODAY AH! TRICYCLE RAIL RATES CUT Campers, Pets, Too, Get a Break. CHICAGO, ILL. (U.P.) Chil dren who parents read the financial pages to them will hear good news In the column under "railroad rates." Baby carriages, go-carts, cribs, play pens, bicycles, velocipedes and tricycles will be carried by western railroads free ot charge after Dec. 1. And Campers, Too. The announcement was made Monday night by H. W. Siddall chairman of the- Western Tassen ger association and was contained in a formal press statement issued by the western railways committee on public relations. In the same statement, the com mittee said "sportsmen will re joice" as campers' outfits tents, poles, bedding, folding cots, cook Ing utensils, surfboards and to boggans "will receive the same treatment." Kind to Pels. There was good news, too, for those who like to take their pets with them. A reduction of SO per cent in the charge for carrying dogs, cats, birds and other house hold pets was announced. For the movie star and others who take along a half dozen or so trunks there was the cheering an nouncement of "substantial reductions in excess baggage charges." No extra charge will be made for baggage exceeding 45 inches in any dimension. HALT MARIHUANA SALEJOYOUTHS Police Get Confession From Rapids Man. Ths REts!trs Im Nsws Ssrvija. CEDAR RAriDS. IA. rolire here Monday night believed they had halted traffic in marihuana cigarets, which included sale to high school students, with the con-J fe.sslon of Thomas Satelo, 34, Mon-' day afternoon. Satelo pleaded guilty to a narcotics charge and will be sentenced Friday. He faces a possible 10 year term. Tolice said they had discovered that marihuana cigarets had been sold to high school girls in several instances. A physician two weeks ago told the officers several students had admitted use of the narcotic. Authorities were assisted in their search for Satelo by the con fession of John Tyler, Negro, who possessed some of the marihuana weed when arrested for malntaitv ing a liquor nuisance. The weed was discovered grow. ing near Satelo s home. His arrest followed. aDVKKTISr.MEM. v - i A IMrORTtNT RED NETWORK FKOCiRAMS. (NBC.) MHO and Other Nearby Stations. V'r Winn.r 1917 Iowa Stais 1H1H Kansas Klala 1!H9 Jwa Sta's '' Wi( liwa Kials !. l!).'l ..w Ufa's ,,, 1022 Kansas Slats . " 1 (I2.-1 T1s 11)24 !wi Sts's 1!125 Kansas S!at ii,a Sta's lt27 Inwa flta'e ' ... 1!2 I'wa gta-s 1929 Kansas IMaf 19:10 Kansas State 1P31 i..wa 8ta;s 1932 Kansas Sta's 193.1 Kansas 6ta' Totals Points. Kansas its 111 S'a's 14S Won: Kansas Stats 7, Stats 8. Tt.1: 1. King George Will Usher Session With Speech. in LONDON, ENGLAND m With a weather eye cocked for trouble in Europe but with its handa more than full with Britain's own affairs, dominated by the Indian home rule question, parliament will be opened today King George. The glittering ceremonial with the king ushers In the ,2i-o fourth session of the eighth par-; 5-2 liament of his reign with a per-;J?;n sonally-delivered speech will have jij; barely faded away before the leg- isiauve macmne win ne uirown into high gear. Srors . J O-T i , .n ;n.riiby .1'-" . 7-n 5-:which Through Traffic Lane Elimination Granted A petition of 26 East Des Moines merchants and property owners that a through traffic lane on E. Grand ave. from Sixth St. east 110 feet be eliminated was granted by the city council Monday. They contended it interfered with business. AnVKRTIsr.MEMT. ?rofrun Hlshllshls at Radio Station WOI IOWA STATE COLLEGE fito RUoryclts, 8,000 Walts. Tiipurtay. Nov. 20., T fi1 a. m Matins Pr. .Tuna Dancsy. 7;20 a. nv I'ruaram rara.le. 7:.w a. m. Ns N..tis. 7 40 a. m Th Music ("hop (.00 a. m. "Man nn ths white Hons" Kuth nalvtn. 10.00 a. in. Homsmaksrs Mrs. Urnry N.ss. 11:20 a, m Cla.s In KnrMsh. 12 f,( non I-.xt.nslon HTvtce. 12.45 p. m. "I"a Farm Outlook 19.1V 1:10 p. m Hmh Srtionl of ths Air. S.00 p. m. firtan Rsrital Ona fifafles I.ants. 2.30 p. m. Child Study Club: Day Ma-t. rials. 3:00 p. m. Masts rwork: Concerto In C Mali.r S-SO p. m Th. Marar.lna Hark. 4 "0 p. m .Itmt'.r Af(t'!my o( Sclsncs. 4.30 p. m. Studio Hiui'S'e TUESDAY X M. IS ctara. Lu 'n' Fm WHO WGN " Hfll W J.W ov 0 30 Hftiry A. Wallace WHO. 10:00 tlalsxy of stars WHO WDAF l.W V 'W. 10:30 Three Shan.s of Blue WHO WDAF WOW. 10:45 K..nan and Fhilllpa WHO WDAF 11-flft IMntst WHO WPAF wow. 11:0 National Farm an.) Home Hour WHU VMJAIT WbW wow. TUESDAY T. M. 1 no Music Olrl WHO 1 3ft Judy and Jane WHO. 1:4? Vic and Sada WHO. 2.30 Sons of the City WHO WPAF W L.VV VVUW. S'45 Woman's Radio Review WHO WI'AK WIIW, 3 lis Fine Arts Kxposltlnn WHO WOW, 3 30 Ma rerkms WHO WDAF Wnw. 3.45 Adventures on Mystery Island WHO wow. 4:00 Meredith Willson'a Orchestra WHO WDAF WOW 4:30 Radio Charads WHO WDAF wow. 5:00 Dirk Steele, ths Boy Reporter WHO WDAF WOW. R:l 5 Midweek Hymn Bins WHO WOW. 6:30 You and Your Government WHO WOW TOO I.eo Relsman't Orrhetra, Thll Puey. Bully Singer V HO WDAF wow. 7:30 Wayne Kins WHO WDAF WOW. 8:30 Kd Wynn. the Fire Chief WHO WDAF WLW WOW. 9:00 Palmollve BestHy Hoj Theater of the Air WHO WDAF WLW WOW. 11:30 Felix's. Orchestra WHO WDAF WOW. AnVEBTINF.MKNT. 1320 KILOCYCLES -NBC Blue Nctvork TUESDAY MORMNH. :30 Mornlns MelnoMee. 7:UO K R u 1,1 un,:al tiervtce Bureau, with Uurilon Hittenmark. 8:004n Time lul. lib Cael BUX (Colonial Hiking ,.). S IV BreaktHFt Oub NHC n nil The Ranch Hoys NBC. P is Municipal Court Broadcast. 9:3u "Today's hurtren" (PlUsbnrf Flour) N'RO. II n rrcsn Radio Nsws KBC. :50 Radio Kitchen, with. Eleanor How NBC 10:00 Mmte 1'arade. Orrllle Foster as the Paraueiimt Theater Organ. lH:tVrnr IVons NBC. 10:3') rneerful Charlie Flaeler 10:45 Josephine (,th,a, Hostesi Counsel (Heint) .NBC. 11 no K-s O Cluh Calendar. 11.05 I'nited States Msrme Bsnd NBC. 11.30 Pipes of Pan. Orville Foster at to Paramount Oman. 11 :4r Christian Science Monitor Newt. 11:50 Hilly Baldwin at the Piano. TUESDAY AFTERNOON. 12 00 Inntilrlnr, Microphone. 12:15 Hob M.-Orew and His Hotel Fort Des N'oines Orchestra. 13:45 Hev. HI, hey and Party (Church of the Open lllble), 1:15 Drake Salon Muslrale. 1 :3i ' Smackuut." with Marian and Jim NBf. 1:45 Nellie Revelt Interviewing Thornton Fisher, stuns writer and tar" toomst NBC -nn Art. Collins Orchestra NBC. 2:31) Mu'ia Maeic NBC. 3:00 Sung and Patter with Bed Bar- 3:15 ft'hara Collese Choir NBC. 3.. to Temple of Song NBC. 4.00 'The Doi tor of Tomorrow," Tout Health Series NBC. 4 -IS l.ittie jBckle Heller NBC. 4 III lloln' the Town. 4.4.'., llitii and Low (Dirk Teela and (iwvneth nviii with Redd Herpar. 5:00 .Arteio ferdlnando Orchestra NIHV 5:15 Cheerful Charlie Flsster. 5 .10 I'reRS Radio News NBC. ft: 35 M.rry. On-Bound. 5:45 Hilt. Mack and Jimmy (Flyna Dairy). TUESDAY EVENING. 6:00 Fnnlhall Flashes with Tom Moor and Jack North. A:t 5 Merry-l.o Round (continued) . 0:30 Mu. Hal Memories with F.ddt tiuest (Household Flnanca Corp.), NBC. 1:00 Fno ( rime Clews (F.no F.ffereea- rent salt) N HC, 1:30 l-awrcnce TlulM-lt (Packard Motnf ( I NHC. Stli "The Mory Behind the Claim" ( I'rovlilent Mutual Life lnsurano Cn.l MIC. 8:30 'Friendship Street" with Drsks t'Pivetsity Students B:00 "What's New." presented by Bed Baurh Strauss istrauss Hadi I'rnk-ram Producers). ft:15 "llymle" (Hymen's Bookstore), 9 lrt Ths Miih-Cnnerioiis Commentator. 9.30 Tim and Irene s Sky Road Show NBC. 10:00 Lansing Benet In 'The Musi campo Orchestra NBC. Brothers Orchestra sells R in 15 Dei 10. 3U Doreey Boh Croshv NBC. 11:00 Ralph Kirbery, the Dream tinier NBC. 11:05 Hal Kemp Orchestra NBC 11-30 Itarrv Kosnik Orchestra NBC 12:00 Rhythm Cluh. 1:00 Onod Mornins,! K-S-0 Dial-Los 10:30 A. M. Tuesday. Cheerful Charlie Flagler Btarti his third year on K-S-0 Tuesday. . and, from the way the faa , letters come Ui, Charlie's popularity just keeps growing all th time. V KM f ' 4 4 & WATERLOO 600 KILOCYCLES -Columbia Network 1TESIUY MORNIXO. A -on Irl Hud nor., Tpxah Caw-Hand. B.t!SEv Opnor fpKrarn. H:;n Tti Inmlly Altar, Rfv. Anton rfUrholm. 7:00 Trskfri and Cnff Hub. 7 4 V Pn p mount Orjesn Mpto1lri. S On Hanpy !n Rvue CBS. 9 (ii) nin Allium Hmir. 9 30 Mmlison Knwmble CBS. 9 4ft MHt.(r KHrhrn. 10,00 I)tv.)tioTiai. tn:l is A'csnnflpr Hmmlr C PH. m :m rmiH SUtM Nvv Band CPS. 11:00 HIh.-U'n I arty of th Air Jvmfi Him It Pry f-oorti in.). 11 ;n Wf.rid ttrvlfw 11;30 PH BhPvlin and Hti OrrhMtra 'RR. 11 :45 Vnim of Iowa (Inquiring R-pnrtr. Tl KSPAY AFTERNOON. j 13:00 Th rnrnhiiHkrrn. l'i:'it t-thr Veins and Mtr Enemh!t HH. 1 12:45 l't Krnnrrty nllh Art Kittarl nnd tit Knt'l In (ht Air tlimvn !.ntwirt)rlc) i B. 1 .00 livtlnir Newi Kepvrter U- vldvm ( . ) 1 .Of. Irl Hudn'm Texa C'w lUnd. 1 2' Murk ft Report i and hnrm Hhn. j n Amrrtran 8rh') of Hit Air clia. 2 00 Columbia Varietv Hour (.BH. You'll har Vra Van contralto biufi tfr, on tha Co lumtiia Variiy Hour 2 D. m. Tuaanay othTi on tha nro- aam Inriun. Niru Luof. rartio'i oriK-nui croi-nifr; Waifr Orono. pmrnst, lha no Kp Mi iir! i rt" ni tha V;ton Bnvn' gunr wih Kio.iil' ivm anl Mak Warn" trlurtlne ih orrha- ira tn rtiffrfnt ( i.. f "n hestral arransa- monta. 6:30 P. M. Tuesday. A lady up In Monsup, Conn., wrote Charles Sears, tenor soloist on the Musical Memories p r o-gram, that her canary hadn't been sinking for A long: time, until he heard Scars on the radio ona evening and Immediately chimed In to accompany him! She reported that he did this tor several sontrs. The ca- uiaiu-m bears. nary wili tav some difficulty tonight for Sears will sing one of the newer songs, "111 Follow My Secret Heart" from Noel Coward's new production, "Conversation Tiece." jpgpr--- .i ii nun Patv- ' ', 31-0 7-0 I" a Iowa Joe Lipps Fights Draw With Knowles ASHEVILLE, K. C. (,T Joe Lipps, ISO, Charlotte, N. C. and U. S. Golfers Prepare For Australian Meet MELBOURNE. AUSTRALIA W) The visiting American golf professionals spent Monday practicing in preparation for the $3,000 match play tournament beginning Wednesday. Jimmy Thomson of ls Angeles, Cal.. mho captured the $15,000 centenary open last week, Paul Runyan, American professional titlist and Gene Sarazen of New York were among the favorites. foul. Cleveland; Carl Knowlos, 172, Rome, Ca.. Monday night fought a 10-round draw in the feature bout of a boxing card here. In the semifinal Tommy McGovern. 131'j. Washington, D. C, won a 10-round decision from Bob Swinger, 13S, of Charlotte, N. C Mike Belloise Shades Roger Bernard in Ten NEW TORK. N. Y. W) Mike Belloise, New York featherweight, Monday night took a close decision from Roger Bernard, of Flint, Mich., in a 10-round bout here Bernard stepped awsy In front but was forced to give ground In the closing rounds. BABY FOUND SMOTHERED Child Diei While Dubuque Parents Are Visiting. fTh Resist er"s Iw News Ser.'a. I DUBUQUE. IA. Mary Del Rose. 10-months-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Martin of Dubuque, was smothered to death Sunday night at the home of Mrs. Martin's parents in Zwingle, la., 15 miles south of here, where the Martins were visiting. TUNtJtj TONIGHT A JOHNNIE pi'M IINSISSONI J LEO REISMAN ! rJ HIS ORCHESTRA j utMj mtt fist si.iwrcs ' L J WHO at 7:nn P. M. I i : V I.Ra VA. 3 00 Vl.Hlna Artwrlra's Llttl House rtiH S-ie, retm Sirlnrs CPS 3 ,-tft fi'-ienre 8rvn e ( 'Bft, 3.4: Iii-k Messner atnl His Orrhestra rim 415 firaiis Dunn and N rm Sherr rti,. 4 jo Miitors Charles at the Organ CHS 4 -4s "Mmuhirr n " y FranKUn McCor- mnr k- t'HH ft r.i, w y i n,s Reporter. :I.T I he I'plnwnera ,-,H:.ih a"i W!'lle-('RS. g,f,0 fuller's l'eHles More. Tl rSIY KVKMNCi. got) fnnlhall KItfS ulth Tom Mnore ana J'k Nnrth. t, ij ,sn f.mio snil Bis Orches'rsv ( H .I ::tn llr (.i.tlnsam's Hralth Talk. ft .' J Mivtlm t nrr.ree H ir, Hcrwtn's Heertllns. ft 4 Miinirsl S'tspb''k. 7 ,,o K!'n li'uher ami His 0rrhetra 1 tni.isn K'nrtee H. O. BernhrocK. a nn ih, Avs--.n FsrH S .10 l.ham 4.me and His Oretiestr siilh f.ur.t , and the hFr let Qimrlet (Chevrolet .lutr Co.) ( Hv 7:30 T. M. Tucsda)-. Deems Taylor, whose name already familiar radio listeners as ' one of the coun try's foremost composers and critics, will be the guest o f Lawrence T 1 b bett on the big show this evening. A highlight of the broadcast will be a scene from the dramatic third act of Taylor's American opera, deems tavlob." "The King's Henchman." Tibbett ill sing the role of King Eadgar, which he created at the Metropolitan in 1927. Wilfred Telle-iter's orchestra Is scheduled for a special arrangement of George Gershwin's "Song of the Flame." Is to thousands of Win m.,m, I A. f--.a jslsi 8:15 P. M. Tuesday. Truth Is much stranger than fiction . . . you'U find this out when jnn lints n to "Tits Story Behind tho Claim," dramatic Kkrti-lira baaed on aetunl facte behind the payment of a life Insurance, claim. You hear jrrlm trat;ed,v ... or sometime jrm hear great happiness ... In these weekly broadcasts. 9 P. 31. Tuesday. Put a grtnt bi7 ch'ck riot, 'it on ynur calendar for 9 M ftrtiir);7, for that's th.9 fime tnarJI p. m. fJFtfi? rrtnt .s inrt timer IT . la 'li R a u e ft f fl t., iha '-ui 'hi (.S'frdMM corrirs to .. V I R.ris whi aiei 0 - S j .K.n in ,,.vot. otT K-S-0 4 '::- "."",r,,..,:h;'.-kf"k ih' t-ery Int. f-l ti'n ;,rjifiv . . i i K tt; rums T. ea - ler sr-T s'a M ! S'ne "! ' f ive p-,ITrer" Ptie Is ' rw, fc-,e.t siar w;,h J-ins rn t.-a v r pr o e r a jr s r-.-.r.lns. Tun In a oO p. I -hen et in tho trnt ii's o.saip. Sh lays '7io h'i nn rxtra-fpixuil "troop" for f'it ti rning, ut uouMu't teil ' uihnthrr it is a titw divorce, in rorrm'ice, or some ncto scan- dnl. Better listen In. NETWORK HEADLINERS i bPM.: 7M si TtrsnAT TV esnst fihvi earetsiaen ta the emrld ai isra jnut bnaie whea rs tune hi he rttrmmk i Tissirr KSO A c j ,b rr?ai.r-s LAe7LX TIBBEIT. Metmpol tea Crrs b.n-tonc. Sn eot ante set tut errs are. ffftlie esrta sn ahrs s tsient ss escars.ir. Inss B fcene-dr. Orcaee. Faijlaku MOTOR CAHH Fscksrd Motor Car Ca. tiK(,lM4 rtr. ft:4H The f ainl Cseaaa srlth l Keete, (,len .ra's I4 UmSl ftrrhe.lra. Annette Han.hs and : T.a Huslnr tiamel (tsare'teai , i -30 .Neimnal etsnk Meses VteiMrter iNaltfinal Hank -r taateii). a xs -,.,. ,s iiiv.,1 lBS. 10 no Ne" P.emime J0.1.V '' Havmes an H's Orchst'ra t R.a. 10 31 H. 'r Buasa ami H i Orchestra (US in 4 f sul Psb'n'a Orehes'ra rst I U eo " le Lucas anl His Otchestr ctts 11.30 rn--s tiM n4 His Orelteitr I rps I i: OO IG OTT, 9:S0 T. M. Tuesday. Tim and Irene (known as Tim Waiter :Kjan ana irene romeue 10 u postman) go somewhat nautical this evening on their Sky Road Show. Somewhat of an Impossibility to be nautical when you're on a sky road? That's easy for these two nitwits, no problem at all. Anyway, they'll be tinging "Rock and Roll" and -Barnacle Bill, the Sailor." For good show, tune In at 9.30 p. m.

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