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MONDAY, APRIL 15, 1935. THE HUTCHINSON. KANSAS. N F. W S P\GF THRKR TRY TO ARRANGE RETURN MATCH Russian Grunter May Meet Al Sparks Again in Hutchinson Next Monday. That Ivan Monogoff, popular San Frnnclsco Russian grappler, would moot Al Sparks, Logan, Utah, mat star, again on a winner take all basis, Is the word conveyed by Onorgo Simpson, American Legion matchmaker, who says he Is attempting to gain Sparks' concent to tho meeting here next Monday night. Monogoff lost tho referee's decision to Sparks at Convention hall here April 18, when tho referee Interfered In such a manner as to confuse Monogoff, who up to that time had carried a good sized edge over tho Rocky mountain star. Dissatisfaction with the verdict, favoring Sparks, was manifest among fans and a member of the Kansas state athletic commission, Immediately overrode the referee's decision. Whether he was empowered to do this has been a question for debate ever since. Monogoff says he does not want a clouded victory on his record and guarantees to defeat Sparks in decisive fashion, should the latter givn him tho chance, Simpson says. Efforts to pair the grnpplers will continue, hut Simpson indicated Sparks may he difficult to sign. Another matter of nows conveyed hy the promoter has to do with Rudy LaDltzl, heralded Poughkeepsie, N. "Y., Italian star, who "pulled out" of a scheduled meeting against Monogoff hero two weeks ago, on tile plea of Illness. Simpson says he in Investigating the condition of tho «asterner and if he finds La- Ditii Is merely attempting to "sidetrack" Hutchinson, he will demand an Immediate suspension for the giant New Yorker. "Either that, or LaDltzi must fulfill his obligation to wrestle for me here," Simpson asserted. Official Western Association Schedule By The Associated Press At Hutchinson At rone* City At BartJosvllie At Muskogee AC ,)oplln At. Springfield Hutchinson For May 9 10 11 May 30-30 31 June 1 Aug. 3 (4-4) Sept. (1-1) 3-3 May 18 (19-19) 20 Juno 17 18 19 July 31 Aug. 1 2 Aug. 20 21 22 May 21 22 23 June 14 15 (16-16) July 22 23 24 Aug. 29 30 31 Junp (2-2) 3 4 Juno 26 27 28 Julv 13 (14-14) 15 Aug. 14 15 16 June 5 6 7 Jun 29 (30-30) Jlv 1 July 10 11 12 Aug. 17 (18-18) 19 Tone* City May 7 8 July 4*56 July (28-28 ) 29 30 Aug. 23 24 (25-25) Complete June (2-2) 3 4 June 20 21 22 July 19 20 (21-21) Aug. 5 6 7 June 5 6 7 Jun 29 (.10-30) Jly 1 July 16 17 18 Aug. 17 (18-18) 19 May 21 22 23 June 14 15 (16-16) July (7-7) 8 9 Aug. 8 9 10 May 18 (19-10) 20 June 17 18 19 Julv 31 Aug. 1 2 Aug. 20 21 22 Bartlcsvtlta May 24 25 (28-26) June 11 12 13 July 25 26 27 Aug. 26 27 28 May (12-12) 13 14 June 26 27 28 July 13 (14-14) 15 Aug. 14 15 16 Sports May 9 10 11 July 44 B 6 Aug. 3 (4-4) Sept. (1-1) 2-2 Juno 5 6 7 June 123-23) 24 25 July 10 11 12 Aug. 17 (18-18) 19 May 21 22 23 June 11 15 (16-16) July 22 23 24 Aug. 29 30 31 Muskogee May 15 16 17 June 8 (9-0) 10 July (7-7) 8 9 Aug. 8 9 10 May 27 28 29 Juno (23-23) 24 25 July 10 11 12 Aug. (11-11) 12 13 May 7 8 May 30-30 31 June 1 July (28-28) 29 30 Aug. 23 24 (25-25) Details Mav 18 (19-19) 20 June 17 IS 10 July 25 26 27 Aug. 26 27 28 June (2-2) 3 4 June 20 21 22 July 13 (14-14) 15 Aug. 14 15 16 ,loplln May (12-12) 13 14 June 20 21 22 July IB 20 (21-21) Aug. 5 6 7 May 15 16 17 June 8 (9-9) 10 July 22 23 24 Aug. 29 30 31 May 27 28 29 Jun 29 (30-30) Jly 1 July 16 17 18 Aug. (11-11) 12 13 May 24 25 (26-26) June 11 12 13 July 31 Aug. 1 2 Aug. 20 21 22 Read The May 7 8 9 July 4-4 5 6 Aug. 3 (4-4) Sept. (1-1) 2-3 Springfield May 27 28 29 June (23-23 ) 24 25 July 16 17 18 Aug (11-11) 12 13 May 24 25 (26-26) June 11 12 13 July 25 26 27 Aug. 26 27 28 May 15 16 17 June 8 (9-9) 10 July (7-7) 8 9 Aug. 8 9 10 May (12-12) 13 14 June 26 27 28 July 19 20 (21-21) Aug. 5 6 7 May 10 11 May 30-30 31 June 1 July (28-28) 29 30 Aug. 23 24 (25-25) News Holidays in black type. Sundays In parenthesis. WOMEN GOLFERS WILL PLAY HERE State Tournament to Be Held At Carey Lake Club Early In June. ment hut of course it is early yet," she said. The state men's tournament wa.i hrld at the Carey Lake, links last summer and tho championship went to .lark Robertson, hu^ky Wichita oil man. who defeated youthful Beal Convolver, also of Wichita, in the finals. Movie Review PILOT HURT IN FORCED LANDING A. L. Welty Receives Minor Injuries and Passenger Is Merely Bruised. SPORTS SLANTS B\ JOHN It GALLOWAY, Sl'ORTS EDITOR Oklahoma Mat men Supreme And Will Get Olympic Posts Oklahoma City, (/P)~Supreme nmong America's amateur matmen, Oklahoma wrestlers were cast today in the .roll of "goodwill ambassadors," as well &B 1 high ranking contenders for the 1936 Olympic team. Tins Sooner grapplers won eight of the nine championships In the National A. A. U. tournament here last Saturday, and today those competing In (he seven Olympic weight divisions were first choices for a team invited to tour Japan next summer. John H. Drummond, Chicago, member of the American Olympic wrestling committee, said three and possibly as many as seven alternates would be selected to make tho trip. The champions who may make tho tour arc: Rosa Flood, Oklahoma A. & M. 126-pound champion; Ralph Ra.«or, Oklahoma A. & M. 135-pound champion; Lewis Tomlinson, Central Oklahoma Teachers, 115-pound, champion; Frank Lewis, Oklahoma A. & M. lfc5-pound champion; Lloyd, Ricks. Oklahoma A. & M., 175-pound tltleholder and Ralph Tcague. stout A. C. Wetumka, Okla., 1PM-35 heavyweight champion. Since tho 1V2 and US pound clas- F^S arc not Included In the Olympic weight divisions and the 155 and 165-pound classes are combined, three of the champions crowned here will not make the trip. They are Robert Myers. 112, Bloomington, Ind., only national champion from outsid** of Oklahoma; Rex Perry, 118, Oklahoma A. & M. and Orville England, 165, Southwestern Oklahoma Teachers. Flashes Of Life They won't win the National; league pennant but Boyce Robert} Morrow, manager of the Larks, believes the Brooklyn Dodgers will play a vital part in tho coming major league race. "The Dodgers are going to be tough for the other teams which figure to win the pennant," says Morrow. "Casey Stengel is one grand guy and his players will fight their hearts out for him. That's the reason Brooklyn will have something to say about whether New York or St. Louis wins the 1935 bunting." In addition to being imbued with a fighting spirit which Is hard to, smother in any game, the Dodgers have aa fine a pitcher as any in tho game in Van Llngle Milngo. Morrow picks the New York Giants to supplant the Cardinals as the 1035 standard bearer* In the National. He admits the Cards and Giants both have well balanced aggregations with plenty of fielding and hitting talent In Infield and outfield but feels New York haft the edge In pitching. The best pitching quartet in baseball In the way Morrow tag* the Giant htaff of HuhheU, Pnrmalee. FlUslmmons and Schumacher. While New York and St. Louis appear to have the edge in the National, Morrow wouldn't be surprised to see either Pittsburgh or the Chicago Cubs make A great fight, for the championship. "Both have some outstanding players and potential strength," he declared. "If either happens to get away good and get some breaks look out. They might be the surprise of the season." The Lark boss refuses to attempt to name a winner in the American. Detroit, Cleveland and. New York look like the class of the circuit and he believes it's going to be one grand battle for tho pennant. Thn Boston Red Sox have spent a pile of money—enough to buy a winning team, Morrow believes— but they aren't given a lot of serious thought. Since fast ball pitchers seldom come back the Lark boss doesn't believe Lefty Grove will attain much of his previous brilliance, Bv The Associated Press MAN VS. MA CHINK St. Louls-This sign hung for several weeks in a laundry window: "We do not tear your clothes with machinery. We do it carefully by hand." HER SECRET OF LIFE Chicago — If Mrs. Catherine Smith's family follow her advice they'll drink a lot of coffee. There were four generations gathered about her on her 98th birthday anniversary Sunday night to hear her, secret of longevity. The regime she says she's followed almost a century is: "Six cups of coffee a day and three good meals." And as a formula, it seems to have worked for her. A HEATED ISSUE St. Paul, Minn.—It looks as if Minnesota's legislature is going to get an opportunity to take a cold, dark view on pending business. And all because the eight employes cf the state capltol power house crew threatened to strike unless their demands for higher wages are met. A walkout would cut off heat and light in the state capitol. BARKS BAR BAR BANDITS Chicago—Rover'n growls helped his owner, John Korchak, but not quite enough. When holdup men invaded Korchak's tavern and ordered him to lie-down on the floor while they rifled the place, Rover turned loose a blood curdling snarl which caused the two robbers to rescind thoir order. Instead they told Korchak to get behind the bar and hand them $15 from the cash register and all the growls Rover could muster didn't sway them from that command which the tavern owner obeyed. If we can get a *ct of guard* and tackles, we'll have A foothill I team next fall" . . . The speaker was Al Gebert, Wichita l\, football coach, and he was discussing 1935 grid prospects at the Shocker school. .... Ho ha* some fl"n backfield talent hut It will be necessary to plug some line hole* before the team can be expected to be a top-notclier, Gebert believes. . . . Incidentally, the Shockers have one of those gruelling schedules for next fall, Including, 10 game* against such opposition as George Washington, Oklahoma City V., and several others outside the Central Conference. Incidentally, Prof Gebert is well pleased with the Wichita coaching set-up for next season and feels that the assistance of the new men will help the football situation materially ... In basketball, as has been announced. Bill Hennigh will replace Llndsey Austin, who resigned and Bill also will be available as a gridiron assistant . . . Gebert, who is director of athletics in addition to heading the grid staff, made it plain there is nothing to the rumors that Aus- tln was forced out at Wichita . . . "Llndsey has been contemplating quitting the coaching game for some time to go into the insurance business and his resignation absolutely was upon his own accord," he declared. . . . Darrcll Dunn, former Southwestern College athlete, has been promoted from coach to superintendent at Rurrton high school next year and the school probably will employ a man to handle athletics. 8:00 p. m.—Lurrezlfl Borl, supra no. New York. KKH, WIBW. S:."..) p. m,—-Musical show, "Music tt the Haydn's." KOA WLW. 9.00 p. in. —Morgan Eastman orchestra; male quartet. Chicago. WDAK WOAI. tt:ir» p. tn.—Hcc.rptnry Slain Cor- dcll Hull speaking at Tan-American program. Washington. Music by i 'nltctl Service orchestra: Remo Bolo- Kinlnt, Argentine violinist; Aurta Donelli, Guatemalan Boprnrio. NBC network. On The Air Cedar Bags free with winter clothes dry cleaned now. Tel 704. ! Model Laundry & Dry Cleaners. Adv. 15-lt MONDAY, ATHIL 15 6:00 p. ro.—Louis Panico orchestra, Chicago. KFAB WBBM. j 6:30 p. m.—Dramatic sketch. "The ' O'Neills." WABC and net. 7:00 p. m.—DiuiRhtfrs of Amrrtnin ; Revolution routinentttl congress. Wash- • Infiton. Jessica Drngonette, soprano, [ sinking. Mrs. Russell William Magna, t president-general, In opening address, j NBC network. '. 7:30 p. m.—-Gladys Swarthout. mezzo- ; soprano. New York. WLW KVOO. Asphalt-covered wood roofs are being substituted by some owners of large truck fleets for metal or canvas-covered ones. 7 lut chi nson and Sal in a will play host to the state men's and women's golf tournament this spring, it has been announced. The Carey Ijnke club wns awarded the women's classic last spring while Ross Wilson, professional at the eastside links here, snld he had been advised that the Salinn> Country Club will entertain the state men's event. Dates for the feminine event will be June 3 to 8. Mrs. Ed M. Moore, president of the state association, has announced. Other officers, also Hutchinson women, are: Mrs. H. B. Kanatzer, secretary- treasurer, and Miss Mary Wires, vice-president. Miss Dorothy Evans, of the Wichita Crestview club, won the women's state title a year ago and she has indicated she will b» here to defend her laurels. Letters announcing the dates of the women's event have been mailed to the various Knnsas clubs, Mrs. Moore stated. Within a Rhort time local committees will be named to make tournament arrangements, she said. "We expect a large number of women here for tho state tourna- Blue Star Kills The Itch Germ* To gel rid of itch, rash, tetter, toot Itch, ringworm or eczema, cover with soothing Blue Star Ointment which contains tested medicine that melts, soaks in quickly and kills the itch* Money back if first jar fails. "Mnssissrrrr , (Fox through Wednesdayi. This is a picture of a show boat troupe and it Is a show boat picture. It hns the. standard parts. Uu- . .louthern gentleman, the crinoline • heroine, tbt- red-n<:.«:.('. eoumdian, ; the gambling gentry, the hero from iup north, etc.. all moving through |a familiar plot. Vet it is delightful, j somehow, because one knows what I lo expect. Commodore W. C. Ftelda j is a bit more amusing than usual. I although he does not come up to j the "Marawber" level. Blng rroo: by, alius the "Notorious Colonel ' Steele." Is in good votco. his wi;-p of a moustache given him youth. . and his songs are papular. , Joan Bennett, is blonde, with pleasant hare shoulders and loves with the I true love of a southern gentlewom- ; an. Probably the chief stars are j the five picaninnies, billed as "five, j sun-tanned. rhythm - shouting scamps." "Mississippi" is prime entertainment, which after all is what ! one wantu when the dust, rages. ! ~\V. A. Read News-Hniald Want Ads. POISONED KIDNEYS Slop Gettln* Up Nf.hU A. L. Welty, mechanic for th« Hutchinson Motor Car Co., and airplane pilot, losi a race with the dust cloud hy a nose yesterday afternoon. The plnne nosed up and ho received a broken nose. Fifteen miles west of Hutchinson Welty not iced the dust rolling In. He gave his St rami the "gun" and sped east. Tho cloud was faster and he settled down to land in a field one quarter of a mile southeast of the Adams filling station on Highway SOS. The wind struck just as the plane touched earth. The ship noned up, and two wings were torn, landing wheels were also damaged. Welty wan brought to Grace hoK- pitnl. Howard Force. 618 West Sherman, his passenger, received only minor bmises. Welty Uvea at 428 West 24th at. Read N'ewHerald Want Ads. To harmlessly flush poisons and. arid from kidneys and corrtct Irritation of bladder so that yoti ean stop "(celling up night*" get a 35 cent package of OoM Medal Haarlem Oil Capsules and take as directed. Other symptoms of kidney and bladder weaknesses are scant, burning or smarting passage—backache—leg cramp-— puffy eyes.—Adv. Special Prices Electric Water Pumps Powermlx Gas Burneri Meat CasM, Cooler* :»nd All kind* of Refrigerating Machinery Air Conditioning Equipment for Business Place* and Home* Electric Ice Cream Making Equipment Refrigeration Service The Pattinson Electric & Supply Co. Phone 3552 S17 N. Main DO YOU NEED PEP? fyJANY folks have thin, pale blood -^-they're weak, feel tired, logy and dull. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery increases the appetite and eliminates poisons from t the intestines. It stimulates the digestion, makes the blood { redder, clears the skin of eruptions and blemishes and yon gain strength. Mrs. S. I,. Hollenbcck of 602 E. 8th St.. North Platte, Nebr,, aaid: "Dr. IMerce's Golden Medical Discovery has proved to be excellent (or the blood, and as a tonic for the children we found it to give wonderful results." New si«, tablel.i 50 cts. Write Dr. Pierce's, Clinic, Buffalo, N. Y., for free medical advice. (uticura Comforts* Refreshes Pure, medicated and mildly antiseptic, it cools and soothes the tkin, protecting against chafing and irritation. It absorb! perspiration and impart* a delicate fragrance. Ideal for every mem- Ixr of the family. Your Car Wa.hed ThorouihJy Lubricated aaj Sprints Hp rayed $1.00 Gardner Service Station Read News-Herald Classified Ad6 SKK US FOR PAINTS and WALL PAPER Better t'rioea—Better Good" ' C. W. CHRISTOPHER 729 S. Mttln rtlQlie «W I PRINTING when yon want it the way you want it Phone 402 Our Representative Will Call Letterheads Envelopes Statement* Form Sheets Circulars, etc. WELLS PRINTING CO. Uriel V. Well*. Hrup 110 W. Sherman I'hune Uri Idea* und EntlmatM Without Obligation SPR/ FEATURING MODEL 6648-49 DETROIT JEWEL Equip your kitchen with o beautiful new Detroit Jewel during our spring sale. All models are equipped with new labor saving devices and conveniences to make cooking easier and more efficient. Model 6648 Detroit Jewel Is particularly desirable, and its exceptional low price makes it especially attractive, but our whole stock is substantially reduced, so we invite you to see our complete selection on display. Substantial Discounts on All ROPER MAGIC CHEF & DETROIT JEWEL Ranges > > Hutchinson Gas Co. "A Cities Service Co." RETURNS TO THE GUiCbnditioitiHij MAKES WESTERN TRAINS "FRESH AS THE BREATH OF SPRING".... While YOU TRAVEL .409fe £S« YOU ARRIVE A) The/re pioneering again, these Western Railroads. Not in poshing on to ne^r frontiers—but in making train travel throughout the West the world's most comfortable form of transportation. By completely air-conditioning all their principal trains . . . They've placed millions of dollars in circulation on this gigantic improvement. They've provided employment for thousands of workers. Now they invite you to enjoy this, the finest travel service in the world at the lowest cost in the world. BETTER SERVICE—LOWER COST Today a train trip through the West on one of these air-conditioned trains is a land craise de luxe. The cars "are as comfortable as the finest club or hotel— whether yon ride in coach, chair, cafe, club, lounge, dining, sleeping or observation car. They're built with all-steel bodies . . . cushioned on deep shock-absorbing springs .j. with electric lights at your control... hot and cold running water ... iced drinking water ... and air-conditioning that makes electric fans old-fashioned. U A MILE AND LESS BY TRAIN There's no comparison between the principal western trains of today and trains of 25 years ago. In fact, no form of transportation has been so much improved in the last 2$ years. If you haven't traveled on a train recently do so this summer—and discover for yourself the meaning of travel luxury. And yet the cost has been greatly reduced. For Western Railroads hare cut tbeir basic fares so that round trip tickets can be purchased at rales as low BJ 2i per mtle for sleeping car travel and correspondingly low rates in coaches and chair cars. COMFORTABLE, DEPENDABLE, SAFE You hare room to be comfortable when traveling on a train—room to v< alk around in—steadiness and l»ght to read by—toilet facilities when you want them—the finest restaurant service in immaculate dining cars at prices that save you money . « , Vou sare time. You triTel steadily regardless of the weather. You rest as you ride . . . Insurance statistics prove that train travel is safest. You are safer on a train even than in yoar own home. SEE NEAREST RAILROAD TICKET AGENT No matter where you want to go—or when—the Western Railroads are ready to serve you for both business and pleasure travel. For details on special places of interest, routes, rates or literature, see your local railroad representative. Phone, write or calf on him. He will gladly advise you. TRAVEL to BY TRAIN American Rockies, Southwest, Mexico, California, San Diego Exposition, Texas Gulf Coast, Orarlts, North Woods and Lakes, Dude Ranches, National Parks, Pacinc Northwest, Alaska, Resorts of Every Character. Amazing Low Fares • Impossible as It seems, the luxury of air-conditioned travel is now available at lowered fares, with no sleeping car surcharge on Western Railroads. Read these sample Round Trip Fares, First Class.good in standard sleeping cars, topointsnamed and return. KKOM HUTCHINSON California 'SW.IXI (l >|pagi> 27-10 Denver, Colo. ..." Galveston, Tex. . Mexico City, Mex Minneapolis- St. Pitul. Minn. New York, N. V. North Pacific Const • 72.IHI Halt Luke, City, I). aH In St. Louts, Mo 19.00 • Effective May 15. *- Effective June 1. 16.4(1 28.70 Tt 1.7.1 23.« 71.75 WESTERN RAILROADS COOL • CLEAN • DEPENDABLE • QUIET • SAFE mi,

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