Carroll Daily Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 30, 1937 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR CARROLL, OADVT HERALD, CARROLL, IOWA FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 19S7 Ten Trackmen Pointed for Medal Competion at Esthervill Hopes Riding High for 880 Relay Quartet Denison Team Feared in 440-Relay; Smith Ineligible Ten men o,f the Carroll high track squad will make up the Carroll entry in the Estherville Relays tomorrow at Estherville. More than three hundred contestants are expected to compete in the relays. Both Iowa and Minnesota prep school runners are entered. 1 Out of eight events in which Coach Floyd Ro/nbough expects to enter the Tiger trackmen, hopes for success are riding highest with the crack 880-yard relay team. The local 44 0 relay quartet will be another strong Tiger threat but a flashy Denison team will hold ihe advantage in this event. A serious setback to the Carroll squad was the loss of Paul Smith to the team because of jn- elegibility. Smith, who was one of the key men in the relay teams as well as a quarter miler, will be back with the squad next week. Don Conrad, another relay man, was also out of the lineup due to inelegibility. Coach Rombaugh announced today that the following squad would make the trip: Rust, D. Farrell, Minnich, Grundmeier, Buddin, McLaughlin, H a p p e, Lappe, Kisgen and Schleisman. The relay preliminaries begin at 10: oO in the morning. Some Tax The Garden City Feeder company, which has been carrying: on a business for many years at the town of Pella, evidently must have had prosperous times during the years 1918 to 1923, inclusive, and the government is now claiming that the manager? of the concern have been guilty ot a fraud in the way of covering; up a large share of their profits for those years with a view of escaping the income tax. They are demanding of the concern the sum of 5147,000 to cover deficiencies and penalties. The commissioner of internal revenue claims that the company sought to elude the payment of this tax by greatly overvaluing a certain patent, which the managers claimed was worth $350,000 to $500,000, but which the court has decided was not worth more than $25,000. The company will have to be pretty prosperous to be able to dig up that amount of money in these kind of times. SPECIAL DISCOUNTS on Diamonds, Wedding Rings, and Silverware During April. GEO. S. TYNDALE Druggist and Jeweler Carroll, Iowa Shoes Repaired While You Wait Soles and Heels RE-WHITE, pair 25c i. A. new white finish) HEEL LIFTS, pair ^ Z5c (Comp. or Leather) WHITE ACE Shoe Polish keeps white shoes white — does not rub off. Bottle 25c De Luxe SH °^? AUl Phone 37-W. World's cheapest, most effective livestock fence Controller plugged into light socket or batters gives wire harmless kick. Livestock won't go ova or under it. We prove it SAVE 80% IN FENCING COST Save wire. Save posts, use slakes. No gates, use snap. No Save wire. Save posts, use tiH „^. nm stakes. No gates, use snap. No rnuTqnilFR up-keep cost except about 10c UJfJlHUlUH monthly for electricity for one A -^.li?to 200 acres. 30 day trial. Oil BATTEHT ASK FOR FREE DEMONSTRATIOr* W. A. BROMERT CARROLL, IOWA JAMES McSHANE At Webb Oil Station JEFFERSON, IOWA The four sprinters who will make up the fast Carroll high 440- yard relay team are shown leaving the starting holes oh practice run. Left to right they are: Dean Farrell, Art Minnich, D'-"-'"' Schleisman, asid Ray Rust. The quartet is expected to v:c for honors in the 440 tomorrow afternoon at Estherville with a spejuy Denison team. Iowans ta Greet New Sports Stair Members June 1 Introductory Dinner to Attract 700; "I" Men Revive Club Iowa City—New athletic staff members officially will be welcomed to the University of Iowa at an introductory dinner and the Hawk-I club, organization of letter men, will be revived at a convention here June 1. The affairs are sponsored by the board in control of athletics and the athletic staff. More than 700 persons, including alumni, "I" men, faculty members, sports writers, high school coaches, and Iowa City townspeople are expected to attend the dinner. "I" MEN TO ORGANIZE With letter men from many Iowa counties expected to be present, the afternoon convention will feature election of officers, adoption of constitution and by-laws, and laying of general plans for the club's work. While the "I" men are in session, coaches, sports writers, and other guests will attend an open house session in the field house to see demonstrations in various sports. Both the convention and open house will end at 4 p. m. so all visitors can attend the Minnesota- Iowa baseball game. TO HONOR SIX MEN At the dinner, the guests will honor Ernest G. Schroeder, new director of the division of physical education; Irl Tubbs, head football coach: Glenn Devine, assistant to the director; Pat Boland, line coach;- Ernie Nevers, coach of backs and ends; and William Frey, assistant trainer. Speakers at the dinner will include President Eugene A. Gilmore, Major John L. Griffith, Western conference athletic commissioner; Prof. Clarence M. Updegraff, chairman of the athletic board; Director Schroeder, Assistant Director Devine, Coaches Tubbs, Boland, and Nevers; and the newly-elected president of the Hawk-I club. Governor Nelson Kraschel also will speak if he is able to be present. In Onera Now Heaviest Line In Years Greets New Ames Coach Yeager Likely to Best Ancient Cyclone Jinx Still Operating Thirty years ago a company of eight of the leading farmers living in Union township, in Hardin county, decided that it would be more economical for them to buy a threshing machine of their own rather than to continue to pay the owners of machines for doing the work for them. Accordingly they organized themselves into a "ring" and bought a standard make of threshing machine, and for a number of years they all continued to do their own work. Then they began to drop out, one by one. James Moore, one of the owners, was not that kind of a man. He still threshes grain with his thirty-year-old machine, and apparently it does just as good work as ever. Everyone of the original owners but himself had dropped out. He thinks that good care does the trick. BUY, SELL or Trade Real Estate List your property with me on commission basis. M. M. McCullough Licensed Real Estate Broker Phone 293 or 631 — Carroll Refinance Your Car If your present car payments are too large, we will arrange for you to make smaller payments over an extended period of time. AUTOMOBILE LOANS With your car as security, we will advance cash which may be repaid in small monthly installments. NEW CAR AND USED CAR FINANCING Ask your dealer for our plans. Remember our local service. APPLIANCE FINANCING We will be glad to handle your refrigerator, washer, etc., on monthly payments to fit your purse. Save money by buying these conveniences now. Very attractive plan and low rate. S&M FINANCE COMPANY Phone 253-W Donald Dickson, 25-year-old baritone star of WHO'S Sealtest Saturday Night Party, has just been signed by the Metropolitan Opera association for the spring_ opera season. He will make his debut May 3 as Valentine in "Faust," just three months after coming to radio as an almost un- I known artist. Dickson studied in Cleveland with Warren Whitney. He sang in three seasons of opera with the Cleveland Symphony, under the direction of Arthur Rodzinski. Last summer he had major roles in opera at Lake Chautauqua. Since last fall he . has been studying at the Juilliard School of Music in New York and in January was signed for the Seal- test program heard over WHO. His performance in the title role of the opera "Garrick" at the Juilliard School a few weeks ago was unanimously acclaimed by New York music critics. The Saturday Night Party in addition to Dickson presents singing master of ceremonies; each week James Melton, the Tom Howard and George Shelton, comedians; the New Yorkers chorus; and Robert Emmet Dolan's orchestra. Ames, la., (&)—James J. Yeager,- in his first year as head coach, started out this spring to get a line on hij> Iowa State College football squad, and there is every indication he succeeded. In fact, the line looms as the biggest and best the Cyclones have had- in years. Yeager succeeded George Veenker as head coach when Veenker decided that athletic directing and football coaching were one job too many, and turned the coaching duties over to his assistant. NO WEIGHT In recent years the Cyclones have been handicapped by lack of weight. Veenker did what he could to overcome this difficulty by equipping his speedboys with an amazing assortment of hocus-pocus running and passing plays which made Iowa State a joy to behold, win or lose. With 18 lettermen, a dozen of whom reported for spring drill, and a choice assortment of freshmen, Yeager has the markings of a good football team, with weight where none grew before. He cut his squad of 90 men to 45 for the final week of drill. Freshmen will provide much of the added poundage, and spring practice disclosed that some lettermen may be bench jockeys next fall as newcomers cavort as regulars. HEAVY LOSSES The Cyclones', who defeated Kansas for their only Big Six victory last fall and tied Oklahoma for their annual surprise, lost some good men, including Clarence Gustine, all-conference end; Harold Schafroth, tackle, and Tommy Neal, one of the pony boys of the backfield. The spring workouts disclosed a possible first-string line of Rowland Rushmore and James Dishinger, ends; Clyde Shugart and Paul Morin, tackles; Ed Bock and Capt. Clarence Dee, gnards; and John Anderson, center. All are veterans except Morin, a 215-pound husky. Shugart is a transplanted back. Bock is a standout. The ball-carrying combinations were juggled so often that picking a starting quartet is a prob- blem. Everett Kischer, whose speed, kicking and passing were outstanding last fall, was not out for spring drill but should land a place with ease. The Finger's on Him Grinnell Meet Attracts 200 Midwesterners Annual Track and Field Meet Entered by IS Schools Grinnell, la. (£>)—Two hundred athletes representing 18 schools 'will compete in the thirtieth annual Grinnell interscholastic track and field meet here tomorrow. East high oft Des Moines, state champion, will have 24 men in the competition, the largest team squad entered. Other schools and their entries include: Roosevelt, Des Moines, 22; Lincoln, Des Moines, 21; Grinnell, 20; Franklin, Cedar Rapids, 18; Roosevelt, Cedar Rapids, 16; McKinley, Cedar Rapids, 16; Wilson, Cedar Rapids, 8; North, Des Moines, 15; Oskaloosa, 9; East Waterloo, 8; Colo, 5; Pella, 5; Valley Junction, 5; Centerville, 4; and Seymour, 3. A fast field is expected in the 100-yard dash with Stevens and Phillips, both of North, Des Moines, first and second place winners last year, entered. Herman, East Des Moines ace who won the 220 and 440-yard dash events last year, also will be back. NATIONAL LEAGUE W Ii Pet. St. Louis -.6-. 1 .859 Pittsburgh . 5 1 .833 New York '. 4 2 .667 Philadelphia -.4 3 .571 Brooklyn 3 ,4 .429 Boston 3. .5 .375 Cincinnati 1 5 .167 Chicago 1 6 .141 Yesterday 's Results New York, 9; Brooklyn, 0. Boston, 6; Philadelphia, 4. St. Louis, 6; Cincinnati, 1. Pittsburgh, 6; Chicago, 5. AMERICAN LEAGUE W L New York : 5 Cleveland 1. Detroit 3 Philadelphia 3 Boston 2 Chicago : 3 St. Louis 2 Washington 1 . Pet. .833 .667 .600 .600 .500 .500 .286 .143 Yesterday's Results New York, 4; Washington, 2. Cleveland, 12; Detroit, 3. • Chicago, 12; St: Louis, 0< Philadelphia at Boston, rain. Ames Net Team Plays Carleton, Minnesota Ames, Iowa—The Iowa State College tennis squad, with a record of one win and one tie match, moves northward this weekend to meet Carleton College at Northfield, Minn., Saturday, and the University of Minnesota at Minneapolis, Monday. Coach Harry Schmidt is taking six Cyclone players on the trip since both matches will be six-man affairs. The Iowa State lineup will be: Antonio Dizon, No. 1; Capt. George Graves, No. 2; Carl Paysen, No. 3; Dudley Haseltine, No. 4; Charles Durham, No. 5, and either Art Wahl or Frank Connor, No. 6. The Cyclones opened the season with a 6-0 win over Coe and followed it by tying Nebraska, 3-3. IOWA STATE TRACK TEAM MEETS U. M. Ames (IP) —The Iowa State track team will have Missouri for an opponent in a Big Six dual meet here tomorrow. Missouri is coached by Chauncey Simpson, brother of Bob Simpson, Iowa State coach. Mi', and Mrs. G. A. Minnich spent Tuesday in Des Moines, where they were accompanied by M r s. Minnieh's brother-in-law, Nicholas J. Caldwell of Omaha, who, had been a guest in their home since Sunday. Lawrence Baumhoveir and Woodrq,w Albers of Lidderdale attended a meeting of the Cities Service Oil company at Fort Dodge Thursday night. MAYTAG WASHERS WE REPAIR— All Makes Washers Briggs-Stratton Motors Westock Wringer Rolls For All Washers. J. R. NEUMAYER, in charge MATT HARDWARE CO. Thompson & Wigren Dry Cleaners P I, OQ-| Agency to every il UO± town In county CARROLL, IOWA ACCIDENT RESEARCH Under a Congressional authorization of 575,000 the U. S. Bureau of Public Roads has initiated a comprehensive program of research into causes of highway accidents. Particular attention is being given to the lack ,of uniformity in state laws, habits and characteristics .of drivers and improvement of basic data in accident reporting. An advisory committee assisting in the conduct of the research includes various governmental departments and bureaus, the automotive industry, American Automobile Association, Society of Automotive Engineers, American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators, Yale University, Harvard Bureau for Street Traffic Research, Iowa State College and others. SHOT IN EYE; NOT HURT G. Banta, a farmer who lives near to the town of Riceville, up in Mitchell county, went into a hardware store a few days ago and was looking at some guns with a view to buying one. A gun in his hands was accidentally discharged and instantly Banta cried out that he had been shot in the eye. He wildly threw up his hand to the injured member. The ball had struck him fairly in the eye, but the doctors who bad been called to examine the wound just turned away smiling and said that no damage had been done. The ^shot struck the center of his glass eye and bounced harmlessly off. He had momentarily forgotten that the eye was his glass one. Banta felt no after effects. Bresnahan and Tuttle Write Track Volume Iowa City—Discoveries in technique made during his twenty years as a coach are embodied in a book on track and field athletes written by George T. Bresnahan of the University of Iowa, in collaboration with Dr. W. W. Tuttle of the physiology department. The 300-page volume, which will come from the press this summer, is suitable for the novice and for the champion. Its sixteen chapters contain discussion of technique of each event and seventy illustrations show ideal form. Coach Bresnahan, during his seventeen years at Iowa, has developed Olympic, national" collegiate, and Big Ten champions, including men or relay teams which have set major records in such events as 220 and 440-yard dashes, high and low hurdles, broad jump, javelin, pole vault, and 140, 880, and mile relays. ;i Electric and Acetylene WELDING FRANZWA SHOP Phone 514-W ALL WORK GUARANTEED Repairing On. All Makes TRACTORS AH kinds welding and machineryRepairing JUERGENS & SONS East Fifth St. Phone 975 Iowa Tackles Gophers In Dual Meet Saturday Iowa City (2P) —Nearly 51 athletes of Iowa and Minnesota will compete in the dual conference track meet at the university of Iowa Saturday. Jim Kelly, new Gopher coach, will sent a 19-man team into the first conference dual meet since he took over the duties of men! or at Minnesota. Coach George Brosnahan has named a squad or<:!2 athletes to represent the Hawk- eyes. Outstanding competitors will include Bush Lamb of Iowa. Big Ten javelin champion; R. Hubbard of Minnesota, Kansas relays broad jump champion; Dominic Krezowski of Minnesota, 1S13R Big Ten outdoor shot put champion. "There's something in my life that I would rather die than have you find out, because if you did, you, would hate me." Hiiii J.i. 1 ' «. M.. ... . ... r. i ' " : v:*: : :-:-: : :> 1 ; CORNELL HOST TO GRINNELL NETMEN Mt. Vernon, la. (^)-—The Grinnell college tennis team came here today for matches with the Cornell college netmen. Grinnell will play Coe at Cedar Rapids tomorrow. Mrs. J. F. Ford of Des Moines arrived Thursday afternoon ? to spend a few days with her stater, Mrs. C. C. Colclo, who is a patient at the St. Anthony hospital. Mrs. Colclo has been getting along nicely since undergoing an operation Tuesday morning! - - to Watch for this intensely human story of a girl compelled by Fate to reject the man she loved. A serial beginning MONDAY in the DAILY HERALD Is

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