Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on March 15, 1933 · Page 4
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Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, March 15, 1933
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PAGE FOUH THB TRIBUNE-REPPBLJCAy! GREELEY. COLORADO 1 tVENINQ, MARCH . 15;-MORNINO, MARCH 1«, 1I« Hoop Games This Week Decide Final Line-up for State Ten out of IGTeamsNot Yet Decided Denver, March 14.--With six teams Already assured of places in the Colorado hlgli school tournament, the 1G- club bracket .will be filled this week- cud with tho designation of t«n move divisional champions and runnersup in sectional moots Friday and Saturday. Prep winners that have corned the right to battle for the state championship In tho Denver, city auditorium March 23-26 nro: Mancos, 1332 state runnorup and again champion of the San Junn basin; Lendville, victor of tho San Luis valley-West Central play- 'oil; Rocky Ford and Trinidad, winner and second place teams, respectively, of the Arkansas Valley meets; College high of Greoley and Sterling champion and runneriip of tho north eastern Colorado division. Tho western slope delegates will bo selected this weekend In the sec tlonal one. tournament at Delia. Ced ' arcdge. uud Grand Junction, winners ot | their league, tourneys" last week will compete at Delta together with seconds, third and fourth place teams of both - northern and southern slopo mets. TheSo contestants aro Iliflo, 2,'Tultvulo anil KruHa from tho north and Delta, Guimtson and Ilidgeway from tho south. Tlie mountain schools will also uond their nsnirantB to Delta. ' Division' 2 ia already decided, with Mancos and Lcadville representing tho southwest'part of Colorado. Leadvillo won tho right to play in Denver by taking two out of threo games from Alamosa last week. Tho division I tournament will bo held in Pueblo this week at Centennial higli school. Colorado Springs, state champion last year and again winner of the strong South Central league, Is virtually conceded an easy path thru this playoff, together with Pueblo Centennial, South Central runnerup. Tho six other entrants will be Pleasant View and Lakoslde-Vineland of' the Western Arkansas Valley league, Pitnero and Sopvis of tho.Las Aniinas county loop, and Monument and Fountain of tho Pike's Peak league. ·" Joes; -. ''wonder team" and state champion in 1030 mid 1931, Is agalr expected '· back in the state tonrna ment. Tlie Joes hoys won the South eastern tournament at Vona las week, but must come thru in the sec tion 6 playoff with the Union Pacifl winners this week. Four Teams In Denver Meet Two metropolitan area represenU lives--division 6--will bo decided it tho meet scheduled at West Donvc high Friday and Saturday bctweei North and South highs of Denver anil Golden and Arvada of the. Sub urban loop. All four teams were t i e ' for tho-titular laurels In their respective circuits. From northern Colorado, in 'sector 7, Is expected to come Fort Collins and Boulder Prep, both of tho Northern league. The Lambkins, provided they coino thru tho divisional, will be one of the favorites in the state tournament. Other, teams in the ellniina- tlons nt Greejey this week nro'Well- ington and Tlmnath of the North Central; Gill and Galeton of East Weld county, 'and tho Plalte Valley lo.op leaders, Erie and Louisville. Tho division 8 teams to make the Denver trip are College high of Greeley and Sterling, who won In the meot at Sterling last week. All Stars 30 Bulldogs 21 Led by Don Gordon, who just could fc't miss, the College all-stars chalked up a 30 to 21 win over the College hlgli Bulldogs In a rough game In Gunter hall Tuesday night. Gordon rang the bell for seven goals and ono gratis toss .giving him just half of his team's points. . Tho : Bulldogs wero unable to organize their offejise or defense in tho first period and were held to one field goal thruout the entire first half. Count at intermission was 13 to 7 for the all-stars. Starting strong in the third stanza, the Bulldogs ran their tally up to 16 before were able to ·core. The count was evened at 16-ali, 17-all, 18-all, and 21-all, after which Gordon hit four in a row to put the game In tho bag for the college team. College, high'boys showed only-rare flashes of the form that has made them the team that thay are. The boys were passing badly »ad riiiising iota - oi set-ups. .This was due in largo part to .tb.» rough game played by the winners.* , ' " ' Bulldogs hit five out of a dozen trys from the gift lino, while the winners only two .cut of sir. The divisional winners were forced A Dash of Pepper --By Pap Seen from the Bench Tuesday' night's benefit game for the Bulldogs brought- in |16 toward the trip to Denver next Tuesday. Tin "Dutch" Clark Named Coach at Colo. Mines Golden, .March 14.--Appointment of Karl "Dutch" Clark of Colorado college as head coach at Colorado School of Mines was announced tonight by M. F. Coolbaugh, president of tho Institution. 'Coolbaiigh sold Clark had accepted the position offered him and would officially begin Ills duties next September. It has not yet been definitely decided whether Clark will coach all Gospel Team from Bible Institute Here Thursday _ixiiig, Coolbaugh said, tails of his work will bo figured out later. ' Gospel team from I.os Angeles Bible institute will bo in Greeley Thursday, Mnrch 1G, for a service at the Swedish Free church, on Eleventh street between Ninth and Tenth- avenues. Some of the members are candidates for foreign medical service. Tho-program Is to be varied, with talks, testimonials nud music. Team members aro Don and Dick Hints, twins; Paul Honor, Nell Chrls- and other de- 'nan, Orln Smith, and Norman'Folond. O. E. S.'St. Patrick's - Last Lone Tree P.. T. A. Study Circle Meeting · Last meetiiiK of the year of the Lone Tree P. T. A. study group was at Mrs. John Minnlck's homo Tuesday, 13 members and one guest, lire. Mary 1 Miimlck, enjoying n, covered dish luncheon. Roll call wn\i aniwered with Irish Jokes. , '-. · · Tho women completed thoir welfare work; inaklng of baby blankets, nntl heard Mrs. Arthur Nordell read' a magazine article, "Knjoying.Hor Children." Mrs. William .Heard gave ' reading, "Depression," nnd led Under conference rules, Coolbaugh said, Clark will have to tie n faculty member ot the Institution. The' salary Clark will receive was not made public. Clark is under contract at Colorado college until school Is out in June nnd is now busy coaching Iho baseball team. He will seek a leave ot absence next month to conduct spring football practice here. ·Clark's athletic record is without n parallel in tho history ot the Rocky Mountain conference, lie earned three football- letters at Colorado college, winning all conference acclaim each year and receiving the all-Amerlcan quarterback's berth on the Associated Press team In 1028. Clark was for four years all-eastern division basketball center and won four letters In track and one In baseball. In his undergraduate days Clark held the Itocky Mountain conference latnmer throw record and in 1828 wr.s national A.A.U. junior hammer throw champion. Since graduation Clark has .spent one fall as assistant football coach at Colorado college and two a's a member of the Portsmouth-Spartan professional football team where he was named all-Amerlcan pro-quarterback. Ho has Just completed his third year as Tiger basketball coach. Program Tuesday Members of Eastern Star who. celebrate birthdays in March had charge ot tho program following lodge .session Tuesday night. They also served refreshments; tho occasion was 'in honor of St. Patrick's day. in contest In which Mrs. Clarence "Whur- ton won the prize; . * *· .·.' Woodcraft.Thimble Club. Has Tuesday Session -I Mesdaracs Amelia Hoyt,' Biliain, Belva Brumley and Tammio Cordelia Johnson entertained -the WoddcrafJ Thimble club at the HoyUiome Tuesday. Mrs. Martha Randall gave n (iiiilt top t o - t h e club to be disposed of amon^ members. Mrs. Leona Woods, Sirs. Addle Johnson, Mrs. Mae BrlgBs, Mrs. Belva Torrey of Coalinga, Calif., were gu'ests. Refreshments wero In tho St. Patrick's Honor ot at. i J amcKS any. motif Dorothy Oorsborg sang "A Baby Pa- J( B M ol , rade" by June Corsherg Bill Force - ja hMt8M ^ pr ,, n Fifth street Nat. Guard Tourney To Open Tonight Four 'ing evenings of basketball will get under way. tonight (Wednesday) when 16 teams start competition tor titles In the big Northern Colorado independent tourney In the.State Armory, sponsored by the local.national guard. Four games will see eight of the lo . teams in action the first night, four to play without the services of Harold ] teams i n both A and B divisions cora- -"--· p|!llng _ schedule of games for Wed- played accordion numbers/Rny-Masbn, ·lollnlst, presented ".Meditations," and Mis. Carrie Wilson gave readings. * * + _ynlng-Conerly Wedding In Greeley Helen Lyning, youngest daughter of us Lyning of 1311 Third Btreot, last Wodagsday became the bride of Frank Conerly, the couple being married by Hev. I» B. Grattan at the mlnslter's home at 6 p. m. Mr. and MM. David Johnson of Windsor were witnesses. Mr. Conerly Is stationed" at Fort Warren, Wyo., and he and his bride loft for Cheyenne immediately following the ceremony, to make their home. ··:· + Lentan Program for M. E. Women Arranged Thursday Lenten program Is being arranged for tho Thursday afternoon meeting of the Woman's Homo Missionary society of tho Methodist church, 2:30 at the church. Mrs. Edgar Brenner will sing "The Palms".'and Mrs. Neal Mc- Keo and" Mrs. Clarence Bliss will present an Easter 'play, taking tho. parts of Mary and Martha. Mrs. J. P. Culbertson Is In charge 'of the program. · : * + * Picnic Club Queits at B. A. Shafar Home Mrs. n. B. Hugh and Mrs. Bert A Shater entertained for the.Picnic club at dinner Saturday nvenlng at Mrs. igiiafsr'a home. 'Members of the Meyer, regular guard, who because -of a cold. Tho "Blaekijy ·wag out ·mooth-worklng guard combination of Harold'and Jake Meyer was missed. All-itar*. (30) iBullrfogi (21) i fg'ft . / : · . fg ft Gordon, f 7 -1 Swanson; f-__3 8 Walker, f 0 0 Johnston, f__l 2 Bishop, i 2 ,0 Schank, f _^_2 0 Dorsett, 'c^_ .2 1 P. Lorenz, c. 0 1 Ogle, c_i----0 0 J. M,eyer, g__0 0 L. Hay, g ^-0 OlSpellman, g--2 R. Hay, g · - - -8 nesday night Is as follows: 7;00--Sharpshooters vs. J, C.'Penn e y , v , '· · ,,8:QO--Taylor's vs. Forbes. 9':00--Eaton vs. Tribune. "lOiOO--Headquarters vs. Kersey. Medals for members of the winning teams.have been received and are on display In the window: of. Copeland jewelry. Hardln, g. 2 Powars, g 0 ,| Totals .1 14 2|Totaia -Thames Yields Homan Relic- Ixindon, March 14.---A bronze Roman Yase dating from the third cgniury. was among rellce recovered from the bed ot the Thames by building exca- T6lions. Ah Anglo-Saxon up«ar head PI the gltth century also waa found. There are more than 6,125,000 radio license holders in Great-Britain, and 510,000 more licenses were Issued last {gar loan !a IS31.. club aro Mrs. H. A Russell, Mrs. Irmn Schumacher, and tessrs. and Mesdanfes Walter Hayen. George Finloy, G. H. Bradfleld Lou Carpenter, Bert A. Shafe'r and R n. Rugh. ' * + * M. E. Church Night With Dr. Zimmerman Speaker Second of the Methodist churcl night series 13 set for tonight, Wed .esday, when covered dish supper wll ie"served at 6:30, a talk by Dr. A. F Zimmerman of Teachers college con stituting .tho later program. Dr. ZIm merman speaks on South America, efi peclally Chile. Last week about 20 people: heard Dr. W. T. Scott's oii dress. * . · ' President Crane - ' Urges Abolition Football at Wyo. Cheyenne, 'March 14%Dr. A. O Crane, president of the University of Wyoming, Tuesday * annonnced while in Cheyenno he would recoin inend the elimination o£ football a the institution as a means of bolanc tug the university's budget which wa reduced by the recent legislature Social meeting of Junlor'AuxlHary Social meeting of the Junior Auxll ary of'Trinity Episcopal church wa held Bt Mrs. Arch Maylott's hom Tuesday, Mrs. R. MacAdam nssistin in entertaining. Mrs. W. R. Dedrlek gave a pape on "Stained Glass'Windows.'.' = Next meeting, March 28, will be wjth Mrs. Roy^.Stcphena, 1507- Fifteenth avonuoVV ; Community .Gathering . at Evan* y/edrietday / Evans, March 16.--Community gath-. erlng will he held at the Evans school tonight,' Wednesday.: Two one-act plays will be glyeri, one by local poo- Slo, the other by V. v. W. k Camp Fire Girls Have Dinner for Parents Camp FIro Girls of the First Presbyterian church entertained their parents at dinner Tuesday evening at tho church, serving the dinner themselves. Program Included violin and' piano selections by Reta Belle Johnson and Edna Helnecke, and the Camp Fire ceremonial with E. Gertrude Lee and lice Huston In charge. Aside from parents, the guests were 6V. W. W. Strahl, Mrs. T. C. Wilams, Lucille Huston, E. D. Wolklng, nd Mrs. J. Glen Brlggs, guardian. Irthday Dinner t Atkinson-Home Birthday of Arthur Atkinson-was elebrated at a dinner party nt the tkinson home. Guests of the family were Mr. and Mra". Lester English nnd amlly and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Atkln- on. L f ' Mrs. Arthur Atkinson planned the arty. + * * Helen Hopklrv* I* 1o*tes* to C. C. Club Mrs. Helen Hopkins entertained tho 3: C. club at bridge Tuesday evening, Mrs. Earl Rhlnohart winning tho irfze for high score. Mrs. Hopkins used": tha .31. Patrick's motif. In re- 1 ashments. Mr*. L. M. Griffith, 81E Flf- eentb street, is to entertain March 28. . · -· -. · -,-j. · * · - * . Mr*. Johnson HonoreH it Party by Friend* - . j Mrs. Henry Wagner and Mrs.. J. E. Johnson biitertalned at a party at the lomo of Mrs. Wagner Tuesday, honoring Mrs. Ralph Johnson. Quests spent the afternoon sewing. About 30 guesta were invited. Mental Hyoltno* Talk Given.before Auxiliary ' . . · "Mental,- Hygiene and the Child" Guidance Clinic" wll! be Mra. Hugh Wheeler's topic when she addresses tho American Legion Auxiliary, .meeting Friday.afternoon at First Presbyterian church. - - ' . Mr*. Grace Allen Talk* at Central P. T. A. M«*t , -Mrs. Grace Allen was guest speaker at the meeting of tho Central Platoon P. T. A., which met Monday night at the school auditorium. The meeting was well attended. Galllerd Matron Firestone To Split Receipts on Gas To Help Fihaiicijig of College High in State Meet · Gas pumps at the Firestone service station will tie turned brer to .i'o-Co- Hl-So, College high booster organisation, on Monday, Tueat)cty, 'and Wednesday of next week, with a cut on every-gallon of gas and all business at tlie Elation going to a benefit .fund to take the College high .Bulldogs to the etafe basketball tourney In Denver next week-end, according to arrangement* b- tweeu L. H. .Vahderhoof, Firestone manager, and authorities of College high and Teachers college. · - .·':"."', ; ' · .'·' . This arrangement la Indicative of the iray Hie Bulldogs, who finished In the semi-finals ol the last year, are being Creeley biulnw* men this year. Boys who are members of the Te-Co- Hl-So will attend the 'pumps, while girl members will act as hostesses tor the three-days. Vanderlipof ia giving the Bulldogs a two cent "cut on every gallon of gas ana a Jlvo percent cut on all the station's business for the th^ee flays. - ' ." Besides students at both city high schools and at Teachers college, the Bulldogs are finding plenty of backers In the business men: of town, who are boosting the College high team to clean up all .competition and bring home the state title next \veok. Greefey May Get into New . Baseball Loop That there \yus~a strong possibility of Greoley getting Into the newly organized Colorado baseball league ivas revealed lioro Tuesday. Georgo Ernst* Herman Walter and Pete Butler, tlireo Greeley mep.who are anxious to see Greeley In tlio league, plaii' to attend a mooting ol all towns Interested In the league, to be held In Denver Friday evening. '- ' Tlio nothing definite is known yot, it ia probnble that tbe Greeley team will become a member ot tlio league if arrangements can be ir.rulo to finance a chib hers. Announcement will be made Saturday. Forest Nix New Captain Eaton Reds · Eaton, March 14.--Forrest Nix 'was named captain of the Eaton Reds' basketball team at the close of tire 1033 season. He was .chosen by teammates Eaton names no captain until the season'le over, and Is chosen.for his spirit and ability by .his teammates Nix has 'played both basketball and football'in high school, placing on th'e all-conference- football Btiuad in 1932. He Is.a senior. . . · . Among others to receive letters are Av.erette" Bass, Edward Murray, J; P. Cudmore, Gilbert M o o n , Hoyden Brown and Harold Adamson.. Cornish Players Repeat Program at Roggen Fri. Cornish Community-Players, having successfully presented a Saturday evening entertainment at liomc which drew a huge crowd, have been Invited to present th'e play, and music at Hog! gen oh : Vriday, March 17. ! Tire program Is planned as a benefit for a Hoggen organization. The principal feature of the entertainment is a play, "Fooling Uncle Steve," written and directed by Clyde Bruudy. The cast includes .Walter Spall, Mr. and Mrs. S. Grant Culbertson, Billy Payne, Etta Mae Mullen, Helen Spall and Lawrence Kim-e. Other features.are music and ah Illustrated "act, "The Bettor America of Tomorrow," by H. B. McMlllam lay sotno exhibition games In Haval( ud made-arrangements for a Bann"| with the Denver'. team on ."the waj, - rrausiiortatlbn , arrangement* WH^. changed, however, and the game could not be arranged. 'So the season will lave to close with th'e Denvey lean · Satin* a three to two-advantage games. . . « _ · · P'rlmo Oarnera, hvgp Italian bojcr, was badly shaken up Tuesday- nl ' when the automobile In which he ' riding in bin native country nca t Bologna, Italy, burst a tiro aud over, turned. Camera, who was driving th» cat ' at .a high speed, waa (lightly Injured, The chauffeur, riding with the heavy. weight, was severely Injured and *: rushed to the hospital by Camera, · · * · · Shortly before the accident, Car- j nera was arrested nt-Fadoa for run. ning 'down a caribineer in elvlllas clothes. Police decided, however, tluj ho' had no responsibility In the csaf and released him. In rural parts 'of Sussex, England, --- ,,-, ._ - men aro making house-to-house cai:..| College high bunch Is.meeting with Va3a f or B ovprelgns, for which they loyal support on tivery side from loyal pa y 31 shillings' fans who are looking for tho Bulldogs)______ to be tho next state champs. i · - * * ' * · j The Rocky Mountain conference's ^r = n« ==== « == greatest athlete, Dutch Clark, is now coach of the Miners. All of which I makes us wonder whether the former 1 Colorado college star) will be able to restore the lost athletic prestige of the school. The athletic prowess of the Mines teams 1ms', become a thing ot tho past during- Ilia last few years and the Miners have developed into ] n a school with a positive knack for the cellar. * * * At least the Colorado favorite will have plenty of backing and support that has been lacking for .some time at the school. There's no getting! around the fact.that Clark has a big . job cut out for him, any way you'look] -JLr at it. The fact that ha la coaching i ^ horo will probably bring additional [ athletes to the. school. BACK UP THE PRESIDENT AND OUR BANKS RESTORING PROSPERITY r CHIROPODIST Blast it all! We've still got to keep wondering about tho Pigs and Henry's, I it seems. The rubber game that was , · -, -- w ,, -,, A rrvrvYNJ to havo decided once and for all theilG.hU. 1). JfAi JLUJN, big question was postponed Tuesday 11217 Park Place Qldg. Phono 675 morning. Henry's are on their way to j R^Bi^H^^H^H^m Northern Colorado Independent BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT Sponsored by v THE GREELEY NATIONAL GUARDS 4 Big Nights, Starting March 15th WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND S A T U R Greeley Armory See 19 Snappy Teams In Action. Admission per Ntflht--- , Dr. Blue at Brotherhood · . Dr. Hard. Blue will speak to the Park Church Brotherhood oh Thursday evening, 6:30 -dinner preceding In the dining' room of the church. Dr. Blue'll .subject will be "Is Profit the Only Motive in Human Behavior." Gangster's Have Bucy Day · lAuocIated Prc») · . New York, 'March 14-- Motives, clues and assailants were''sought by police tonight in the metropolitan area after a series of shooting, stab lings and slugglngs In the last 2' lours bad left five persons dead am lour wounded. ':, played piano solos before Mrs. Allen's :alk about her world trip, and BeuJal 3axter "Warner, accompanied by Mar forlo fiyde, closed the program will vocal 0olos. Neit mooting will be April 17. FIGHT COLDS 2 WAYS Mistol FOR NOSE AND THROAT k Essence of Mistol ^ WHEN THINKING OF DRUGS, THINK OF £££ They Have It For LESS 8t io£ v k* Winter vacation fares are down From Denver to Bilox! ..... ...... B4.91 T»T(oo.B«£li.; 117.42 Gllrt.ton.....; 65.50 GtUfport...;..i : »4.94 63.7] 8S.10 52.40 To these »nd · hundred othc* popular resort place* Including . i i Caribbean Cruises .. .. Holly wood X..: 134.58 J«cklon»lll«.,.. .1O9.50' Miami. .i.., ·.-.';. !J5.8-i ' Mobile..',...... · 90.18 . 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