Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana on January 5, 1937 · 13
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Tuesday Evening, January 5, 1937 LAFAYETTE JOURNAL AND COURIER 13 INDIANA'S HIGH SCHOOLS BEGIN STRETCH DRIVE Holiday Season Over for State Basketball Teams; No Rest Now Until After "March Madness." INDIANAPOLIS, Jan. 4. (AP) Holiday tournaments over, Indiana's high school basketball teams this week settle into the home stretch before the annual "March madness" the state tournament. Although numerous county tournaments will be held during the next few weeks, the Christmas and New Year holidays cut appreciably into the schedule of major jousts and only a few remain before the deadline falls February 1 for all tournaments other than the I. H. S. A. A. sweepstakes. A tournament which has attained increasing importance in recent years the Wabash valley championships still remains to be played. Nearly one hundred teams of western Indiana and eastern Illinois will swing into action in a series of preliminary tournaments January 22 and 23, and the winners will meet in the Wabash valley finals at Terre Haute January 29 and 30. The Indianapolis city tournament, another outstanding tourney yet unplayed, will be held at Technical high's gym January 15 and 16. Along with hundreds of other teams, unbeaten Frankfort returns to action Friday night at Lafayette against Jefferson high of that city. The state champion Hot Dogs edged past Kokomo, 18 to 13, in their only game last week to maintain their perfect record. Bedford, another major undefeated team, also buckles on its harness after a long holiday layoff to meet New Albany on the Bedford floor. Still another undefeated quintet, Wabash, winner of a four-team tournament at Warsaw Saturday, makes a long trip to Jeffersonville for a game Friday night. VinceVmes, which came to the front by winning four games last week, including the annual "big four" tourney at Washington, goes to Sullivan Friday night. Shortridge high of Indianapolis its record of six straight victories blasted by a city foe. Technical-faces the strong Martinsville team Friday while Technical plays Rushville. Tech atso has a tough opponent Saturday evening in Logansport. which swept a tournament at Anderson New Year's day in which Anderson, New Castle and Muncie also participated. The Logansport Berries, victorious in ten of their eleven games this season, meet Anderson Wednesday night. Emerson of Gary, which broke Into the limelight as the Calumet district's outstanding team by victories last week which included the championship of a four-team tourney at Gary, will meet Washington of East Chicago Saturday. Emerson has won seven of its eight games. "CIVIL WAR" Several more important "civil war" battles are on tap this week with games scheduled Friday night between North Side and South Side of Fort Wayne, Central and Reitz of Evansville and Manual and Cathedral of Indianapolis. Saturday night. Memorial and Bosse of Evansville will tangle. The week's headliners: TUESDAY NIGHT Greensburg at New Castle Valparaiso at Horace Mann (Gary). Bluffton at Decatur. WEDNESDAY NIGHT Anderson at Logansport. Connersville at Martinsville. Rushville at Shelbyville. Rochester at Peru. Fit ID AY NKiHT Washington Undpls) at Alexandria. Richmond at Anderson. Decatur at Auburn. New Albany at Bedford. Bicknell at Washington. Wiley (Terre Haute) at Bloom-Held. Greencnstle at Brazil Columbus at Connersville. Noblesville at Crawfordsville. Monticello at Delphi. Roosevelt (East Chicago) at Wallace (Gary). Hammond at Washington (East Chicago). Michigan City at Elkhart. Central (Evansville) at Rcitz (Evansville). Central (Fort Wayne) at Hari-ford City. South Side (Fort Wayne) at North Side (Fort Wayne). Frankfort at Jefferson (Lafayette). Shelbyville at Franklin. Laporte at Goshen. Greenfield at Greensburg. Manual Undpls) at Cathedral (Indpls). Shortridge Undpls) at Martinsville. Technical Undpls) at Rushvill;. Wabash at Jeffersonville. Kokomo at New Castle. Lebanon at Lapel. Muncie at Marion. Peru at Tipton. Bloomington at Princeton. Brownstown at Seymour. Vincennes at Sullivan. Oblong, 111., at Garfield (Terre Haute). Mishawaka at Rochester. Nappanee at Central (South Bend). Bambridge at Clinton. Columbia City at Kendallville. Huntington at Winamac. Salem at Jasper. SATURDAY NIGHT Cathedral (Indpls) at Danville. Logansport at Technical Undpls). Bloomfleld at Sullivan. Washington at New Albany. Roosevelt (East Chicago) at Hammond. Emerson (Gary) at Washington (East Chicago). Elkhart at Warsaw. Memorial (Evansville) at Bosse (Evansville). Michigan City at South Side BELIEVE IT OR NOT "GeheraL James BARRY-of zuu4 V Served 52 yrsinthe British army although she was a woman IN THE ELMW00D CEMETERY, Kansas City, Mo. Boilermaker Golden Gloves Finals Set Thursday Night 'The champeen. !" bellowing referee will sound again Thursday evening in Purdue's Memorial gymnasium. Eight champions representing the oream of Purdue's latest crop will be decided as the Old Gold and Bltck tig'hts its way into Lafayette Golden Gloves berths. The winners of the venous divisions automatically become i Purdue's own representatives in i . ftj ' m i the big Lafayette tourney at the bUtClllte, 1 aylOl armory in a few weeks. TWENTY TO BATTLE Twenty Boilermaker Golden Glovers in all will scrap it out for the championship laurels, with 11 choice fights slated for the admission price of 25 cents. The initial cuffing will be launched at 7:30 o'clock. Ample seating facilities will be assured in the gym, but since there are no reserved seats a policy of firot come first served in the matter of select viewpoints will bi observed. These Golden Glovers are sur-vivants of the Purdue preliminaries held some four weeks ago. A few comical fights were staged then, but the others were mostly sheer battling matches, stacking up slugger with smart boxer. Eaph snrvivnt whs thpn Ftvp?i many lessons by the Boilermaker I boxing chieftain I At least six of the Purdue bat- tiers are well known to Golden Gloves fans. Chief among them, of course, is black-haired Steve Bacharach, the only Lafayette champion from Purdue last year. IX GOOD SHAPE With at least two weeks of holiday period behind them, the Boilermakers have had every chance to get into prime condition and develop stamina. In their scheduled, three rounds of j popping at an opponent and keep- j ing away from his blows, the j main thing that will count is eaen boy's endurance. Each has his I heart set on representing Purdue i as a champion, and therefore you j may rest assured that he will oe in shape to last the whole way j or else. Purdue Golden Glovers have chiefly been noted for their smart, alert boxing styles, although in the past not so many have won Lafayette titles. This year, how- j ever, Boilermaker authorities be- lieve they have the best bunch ever. The schedule: 147 POINDS Trcka vs. Forburger. Giovanni vs. Parter. Bryan vs. Giles. , 112 POINDS Markey vs. Franklin. 118 POUNDS Steelman vs. Dav. 126 POUNDS Hardesty vs. Mulholland. 135 POUNDS Case vs. Krashen. 160 POUNDS Bacharach vs. Sciefert. 175 POUNDS Liles vs. Burks. HEAVYWEIGHT Record vs. Surface. Want Games REMINGTON, Jan. 4. (Special) The Remington Iron Horse, an independent basketball team, would like to schedule games with other independent teams in this section. Those interested shounT write W. C. Bowman. Remington. e(jhe would give his human battery (Fort Wayne). a chance to "-charge. The art of Franklin at Shortridge (Indpls). I relaxation is a science. Practice it Valparaiso at Froebel (Gary), i at every opportunity. Check your-Greenfield at Washington ( In- Self when you feel tense, and try to dianapolis). t. relax always.' Mishawaka at Riley (South I Bend). t4tnnmmHUfl Mitchell at Wiley (Terre Haute). On request sent, with stamped, addressed envelope, Mr. Ripley will furnish proof of anything depicted by him. A In II HER SECRET WAS NOT DISCOVERED UNTIL HER DEATH. The familiar words ?f the traditional Capture "Y" Ping Pong- Meet Titles The Central Y.M.C.A.'s annual New Year day open house proved quite successful. In the ping pong tourney, the day's athletic feature, Grant Sutcliffe won the junior championship, while Joe Taylor won the senior title. Run-nerup to Sutcliffew as Charles May, while Sutcliffe, one of the most promising young players in this vicinity in some time, pressed Taylor for the senior championr ship The gold fish dive, in the swimming pool, proved fruitless for most of the young competitors, only two or three being success ful in capturing any fish. West Lafayette business men won the vollev Da!1 tussle from their East Side rivals. Many other contests were siagea tnrougnoui me aay, the whole recreational department of the "Y" being in constant use. Harold Skinkle, "Y boys secretary, was in charge of the events. Is Your Fatigue Physical or Mental? How often have you felt "too tired to sleep"? Yet you had done nothing more strenuous during the day than wrangle with the office force or wield a fountain pen. The "tiredness" that affects so many office workers is purely nervous fatigue. The laborer who work's two or three hours longer every day at heavy manual work, is tired too, but his is a physical reaction and one from which he recovers with a sound night's sleep. If the tense, strained business man could only learn to let down for short intervals during the day; if he could force himself to "go limp"; sit back in his chair, close his eyes, and relax every muscle; his ! sense of exhaustion would be lessen- i nn i d 7n By Patent Office RIPLEY A2 WW w Diamond each half- THE SUM of 4 NUMBERS IN A LINE, 4 NUMBERS IN A SUB-TRIANGLE.CORNER NUMBERS, CENTER number-andmanv other ways Totals 66 1 """ """" ' ' 1 V) Car remained standing- After, freak AcopenT By DWAf& KPJM JjFNro., Colo. 1036 SCARLETS HAVE HARD BILL, TOO, THIS WEEK-END Unbeaten and untied throughout 1936 a record that includes 31 straight games Frankfort's Hot Dogs will almost completely monopolize the local spotlight when they invade Jefferson gymnasium Friday evening. But West Side also has some fast action on tap for faithful Scarlet supporters. Friday evening they will travel to Flora to take on Norb Knies-ley's Badgers, and on Saturday evening they return home to tackle Joy Anderson's Battle Grounders in Purdue's Memorial gymnasium. However, the same evening though somewhat earlier Purdue will be playing Michigan at Jeff. Broncho fans are hoping that 1937 will see some great changes in the Casemen's present record to be launched by a Jefferson victory. But among some who can't see it that way, now, are Merlin Goodnight, Glenwood Wits-man, John Slaven, Bill Behr, and Jim Miner, this year's "Fighting Fve." All saw quite a bit of action last year, Miner as regular, all-state backguard. and the others as capable substitutes who gave the 1935-36 champions some great tussles in practice sessions. All except Behr, floor guard, are seniors. The tricky Witsman, slim 6-foot 1 forward, is at present leading the conference's scoring race. Slaven, husky 6-foot 4 center, has seldom been outjumped in Frankfort tussles this year, and is Case's chief cog. Behr, 6-foot 1, is a husky, dependable guard generally good for three or more points on offense. Goodnight is a forward of the hard driving type, while all-state amply describes Captain Jim Miner. im'ALS IXEXPERIENX'EP Norb Kniesley's Flora five, West Side's first opponent, has been in and out all season. Kniesley lost most of his last year's regulars, and has been having a tough time trying to develop this year's Badgers into consistent form. Anderson's Battle Grounders, while small, have shown a great deal of improvement in the last few weeks, and are clever and speedy. Otterbein H. S. Dedicates Gym The high-flying Otterbein net-ters will dedicate their new gymnasium tonight when they engage their old rival, Montmoren-ci. Coach Franklin's Benton county champs have been beaten i only, by Williamsport, that defeat I being on the winner's floor. The i preliminary game is carded for ! 7 o'clock, with the main attraction billed for 8. Sunday School League to Meet E. R. Brown, general manager of the local "Y announced that a meeting of both the junior and senior divisions of the Sunday School league would be held at the Y. M. C. A. tomorrow eve ning at 7:30 o'clock. At this time the schedule will be drawn, and final plans for the league made. The junior division will start play this Saturday, with the seniors opening their season a week from this Wednesday. SLATE DRAWN FOR CLINTON'S CAGE TOURNEY FRANKFORT, Jan. 4. (Special) Life, in one of its most anxious phases, will begin at 7 o'clock Thursday evening here for Clinton county basketball fans. At that moment, the ball will be tossed up in Howard Hall's center circle with Kirklin and Little Jefferson centers going up in the air for it. With the Up, the annual Clinton county cage meet will have been renewed after a lapse of several years. TOURNEY SCHEDULE Here is the schedule: THURSDAY EVENING (1) 7:00 Kirklin vs. Little Jeff. (2) 8:00 Jackson vs. Scircle-ville). (3) 9:00 Forest vs. Sugar Creek. FRIDAY EVENING (4) 7:00 Winner 1 vs. Winner 2 (5) 8:00 Mulberry vs. Michi-gantown. (6) 9:00 Colfax vs. Rossville. SATURDAY AFTERNOON (7) 2:00 Winner 3 vs. Winner 4 (8) 3:00 Winner 5 vs. Winner 6. SATURDAY EVENING 7:30 Loser 7 vs. Loser 8 (consolation). 8:30 Winner 7 vs. Winner 8 (final). Officials Herb Vaulk (Lafayette); Cec Tharp (Crawfordsville). The drawings were made yesterday afternoon as coaches and principals met in the office of the county superintendent of schools. LIKE HORNETS, GANDERS Rossville and Michigantown naturally are heavy twin pre-game favorites, each team having lost only one tilt this season, but only one can reach the finals. Both are paired in the same semifinal bracket, and should meet at 3:00 o'clock Saturday afternoon if the dope runs true to form. Rossville will be meeting Colfax for the first time this year, while earlier in the season the Ganders were given a scare by Mulberry, before winning, 27-23. The Ganders' only loss was to the Hornets, which would make the Hornets very slight favorites. In epidemic of flu, however, has hit Rossville, and Coach Adams' hopefuls may be handicapped by the loss of three boys Sollars, Price and Cheesman. JACKSON OR FOREST? Either Jackson or Forest is given the best chance of gaining the otl.er finals bracket. The Cardinals, after losing their first seven games, have come on almost like a house afire, winning three out of their last four. Scircleville fell. 33-30, before the Cards dropped to Colfax, 23-31. In their last two games, however, they whipped Kirklin, 34-23, and buried Little Jeff, 40-18. Forest has won seven games and lost four in the season to date, but faces a dangerous rival, in its first clash, in Sugar Creek's Crickets, who have a record of 5 and 3. - A beautiful trophy will be awarded to the champion school. I. U. Forced to Limit to Down Iowa, 28 to 24 BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Jan. 4. (AP) Indiana university opened the defense of its half of the Big Ten basketball championship here tonight by defeating Iowa, 28 to 24, in a game which kept the Hoosiers battling at top speed for the full 40 minutes. Indiana jumped into an early 11 to 4 lead but Jack Drees, Hawkeye center, hit three field goals in a row to put his team in the running. The Hoosiers held a 17 to 11 advantage at the half. After the start of the second period s Iowa closed the gap until Indiana held only a 23 to 22 lead, but Kenny Gunning, Indiana forward, began hitting from the field to put the game away. The defeat was the first of the season for Iowa. Summary: Indiana (28). B. F. P. Gunning, f 6 2 0 Johnson, f 0 10 Etnire, f 1 2 2 Fechtman, c 0 13 Hosier, c 0 0 0 Andres, g 3 13 Piatt, g 0 0 0 Huffman, g 0 12 Totals 10 8 10 Iowa (24). B. F. P. Gaddis, f ; 2 2 0 Stephens, f 2 4 2 Walsh, c 0 0 1 Drees, c 3 0 3 DeHeer, c 0 0 3 Suesens, g '.. 0 0 3 Vanysseldyk, g 0 0 1 Johnson, g 2 0 0 Bobby, g 0 0 0 Thompson, g 0 0 0 Totals ... 9 6 13 Free Throws Missed Fechtman 2, Huffman 2, Suesens 2, Gaddis 2, DeHeer. Referee Schommer (Chicago). Umpire Higgins (Minneapolis). ALLEYS QUINTET SETS NEW MARK A naw season's record was racked up Sunday at the local bowling alleys when the Lafayette Alleys' five scored 1054 in its third game of a match with Peru. The brilliant feat which was mostly the result of 200 or better . scores by Leahy, Lindstrom and Todd enabled them to defeat the invading quintet, 2883-2813. In the other matches, the Ross Gears defeated another Peru five, 2589-2389, while Lafayette ladies lost to Peru ladies, 2398-2280. The scores: PERU Fisher 202 177 234 613 Hopper 167 184 145 498 Ralston 168 179 192 539 V. Hull 166 184 180 530 PROGRAMS- Journal Courier Radio Editor HEADING TONIGHT'S RADIO programs will be Al Pearcea Gang in "Watch the Fun Go By," CBS-WBBM, which makes its debut under a well known sponsor at 8 o'clock. It is unfortunate for Al that Ben Bernie and all the Lads wita their easy-going humor under the deft ad libbing of the Old Maestro will conflict with Al's Gang. And conflict they will, for Bernic in his established spot has a following that even Winhell would find it hard to blind with one of his feverish flashes. "Ah, me. . . yes. . . yes, Myrna." Martha Raye is the newest in singers. The dark brown haired girl "with the mouth" has china blue eyes, is five feet and four inches tall, weighs 126 pounds. Billed as an eccentric, she Started trouping as a child of three and lived rout of a trunk" on vaudeville circuits. Appearing with dance bands for several years, she eventually arrived in Hollywood and attracted attention of a film producer while putting on a song and dance act at the famous TrocaderD Cafe. She was selected for the lead in Bing Crosby's "Rhythm on the Range", and her spot with Al Jolson over CBS WBBM at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evenings is Martha's first regular radio series. She puts career ahead of marriage; speaks Italian and Spanish fluently, and enjoys tennis, golf and swimming. How fast popularity can grow is ravealed by the fact that Kenny Baker, a national favorite, has sung on the air less than fony times. Once a week he appears with Jack Benny, and the rest of the time he serves as a timid stogge. Yet, today he is one of radio's ranking singers. DICK'S PICK for the day P. 1L TUESDAY 6:00 Amos 'n Andy . :45 Bake tarter WBBM 7:00 Hnmmeratein Music Hall BBM J:30 Al Jolson, M. C. WBBM l.Utcn to This WON 8:00 " Watch the Fun Go By" WBBM Ben Bernie WI.W" 8:1.) Bnl Becker, di.irs W CX 8:30 I"rel Astaire WM J lark Oafcie WBBM :O0 l oncert Band W KM R 9:30 Hollywood Reporter ffl.W 10:00 Paul Sullivan, comm. WI.W A. M. WEDNESDAY T:30 Cheerio W I.W :4S Bettv and Bob WBBM 9:tr Today- Children W MAQ 10:00 Magazine of the A'r BBM 11:30 Natl Farm and Home Hr. W LW P. M. WEDNESDAY VI :30 Forma! WBBM Opening: of Congress 12:45 Pres. Roosevelt I nion" W 1-1. 1:00 Pres. Roosevelt, state of the W MAQ "State of the Vnion" WBBM 1 :0O Iondon Exrhang-e W O WO 2:4o Kmerirency Peace Prpm. Conf. WOWO 3:30 Follow the Moon WMAQ 4 MM) Meet the Orch. WMAQ 4:30 Singin? Lady WXW 5:00 Tea Time WCFL 5:1." News of Youth WBBM 5:30 Bob N'ewhall. sport W Iff 3:43 lyowell Thomas M ill (Any erroneous listing's are due to changes by orrtdcastlng stations and networks aftei time of publication). WBAA 890 K. C. DAYTIME WEDNESDAY 11:00 American Institutions, Prof. Phillips 11:30 Purdue News Flashes 13:00 Farm Facts l?:li! Luncheon Dance Time 12:30 Melody Time. Adeline Hayes 12:40 Noon Musicale 1:00 Meditations, Rev. Wm. McFadden 1:13 "Appreciating; Poetrv," A. K. Rolls 1:30 ".Music" Albert P. Stewart 1 :45 Markets ?:00 Weather Reports 2:15 Musical Album 2:30 Sonps and Melodies 2:43 Story Time Van Steenberg 217 235 183 633 Total 920 959 934 2813 LAFAYETTE ALLEYS Lester 182 207 187 576 Barrett 160 167 327 Leahy 168 190 204 562 Lindstrom 193 193 234 620 Todd 167 202 236 605 Stucky 193 193 Total 870 959 1054 2883 ROSS GEAR Panlener 192 193 126 511 Fidler 175 173 159 507 Gard 154 184 196 534 Lucu3 173 183 176 532 Sheetz 181 169 155 505 Total 875 902 812 2589 PERU Nelp 158 127 157 442 Griggs 146 135 121 402 Myers 181 179 224 584 Wentz 116 161 189 466 Fanster 175 139 181 495 Total 776 741 872 2389 PERU LADIES McCarty 183 135 151 469 Wentz 182 171 167 520 Hopper 155 152 144 451 Meyers 162 123 169 454 Bailey 170 162 172 504 Total 852 743 803 2398 LAFAYTSTTE LADIES Kunkel 172 147 174 493 Lanum 142 150 129 421 Zipp 144 183 133 460 Korty , 151 135 163 449 Wilson 139 140 178 457 Totals 748 755 777 2280 East Side Club's Bowling Scores STANDING Won Lot Team No. 1 15 7 Team No. 3 14 8 Team No. 6 12 10 Team No. 5 - 10 12 Team No. 2 9 13 Team No. 4 6 16 TEAM NO. 6 Randolph 136 113249 PVpv 00 71 1 Rfl j Young'TJ!ZZZ!ZZ!'l20 110230 Baugh . 65- 60125 Spot 27 27 54 Total 437 381 818 ; TEAM NO. 5 Burt 129 101230 jErichsen 98 119217 IWrightsman 84 92176 RADIO RICHARD M. GREENWOOD 3:00 Jefferson H. S. Prfm. 3::0 Afternoon Musicals 3:45 You and Tour Government TUESDAY NIGHT 6:00 NBC Amos n" Andy WLW NBC Easy Aces WENR KMOX Headlines WBBM Davey Adams WGN Chuck Wagon Tin :1S NBC Vole's of Experience WMAQ CBS Wonders of the Heavens WBBM WLW Vocal Varieties. :30 NBC Lum and Abner WENR CBS Doris Kerr WBBM WGN Bob Elson. sports AVMAQ Ross, comm. :45 CBS Boake Carter WBBM WGN Concert Orch. WLW Jack Randolph, bar. 7 :00 N BO Dude Ranch WLS CBS Hammersteln Music Hsll WBBM NBC Johnny with Lso Rei-man WMAQ WGN Tom, Dick and Harry 7:1. WGN Rubinoff. violin 1:30 NBC Edgar A. Guest WLW NBC Wayne King Orch. WMAQ CBS Al Jolson, M. C. WBBM WGN Listen to This WIND "Business Today" WOWO Thank Tou Stusla 1-A5 WCFL Talk of the Town WIND Braverman's Ensemble WOWO Master Singers SiOO NBC Sidewalk Interviews WMAQ CBS "Watch the Fun Go By" WBBM N BC Ben Bernie WLW WCFL Herr Louie and ths Weasel 8:15 WCFL Spencer and Lee WGN Bob Becker, dogs WIND Safety Players 8:30 NBC Husbands and Wives WENR NBC Fred Astaire WMAQ CBS Jack Oakie WBBM WLW Detective Mysteries 8:45 WCFL Soloist WGN Quin Ryan, sports 9:00 NBC Concert Band WENR WCFL Peacock Kelly's Orch. WIND Milt Herth. organ 9:15 WGN Dick Jurgen's Orch. 9:30 NBC Bishop and the Gargoyle WENR CBS Follies WOWO NBC Hollywood Reporter WHAS Jack Randolph's WLW Orch. 9:45 WCFL Speakers Bureau WHAS Squire Sterling WIND News and Sports WLS Ansosi Week's Orch. WMAQ Gus Arnheim's Orch. 10:00 CBS Poetic Melodies WBBM CBS Jay Freeman's Orch. WOWO WENR Globe Trotter WGN Hamilton's Orch. WLW Paul Sullivan 10:15 NBC Top Hatters' Orch. WENR WGN Ted Weems' Orch. WHAS Notre Dame vs. U. of Ky. basketball eame WLW Queen's Minstrel 10:30 NBC Russ Morgan's Orch. WCFL CBS Geo. Olsen's Orel1. WBBM WLW Orrton Tucker's Orch. 10:45 NBC Russ Morgan's Orch. WLW WT AM Hal Goodman'i Orch. 11:00 CBS Dick Stabile's Orch. WBBM NBC Shandor; Henry Busses Orch. V.'ENR WLW Organ and Poems 11:15 WIND In the Crtmelight 11:30 CBS Bobbv Meeker's Orch NBC Stan Norris' Orch. WLW 11:43 WENR Jimmy Garret's Orch. 12:00 MBS Al Ravelins Orch. WGN WBBM News: Weather WMAQ Levant's Orch. WEDNESDAY MORNING l:00 AVLW Nation's Prayer Period 6:10 WLS Smile A While 6:30 WBBM Dawn Salute :00 vvBRM Musical Clock WLW Chandler Chats 7:15 WCFL Wm. Meeder, organ WLS Ramblers and Patsy WLS Ludy West 7:30 NBC Cheerio WLW WCFL Ballads of the Breakfast Table WLS Moarttn . snd Ark Wood-chopper 7:45 WJJD Ark. Log Rollers WLS Lulu Belle and Scotty 8:00 WBBM Variety Chats WMAQ Fashions; News WOWO Bible Class 8:15 KMOX Ozark Varieties WJJD Toastmaster WLW Jane Alden's Romance WIND Morning Dance 8:30 MBS Tarshish, Lamplighter WGN WLS Mornlns Devotions WLS Hi 11 toppers WLW Larry and Sue 8:45 ( MS Betty and Bob WBBM MINT) Cub Reporter WLS No elodeons WOWO Magazine of the Air 9:13 N R ' John's Other Wife WM AQ CBS Modern Cinderella WBBM WIND Good News Tunes 9:30 CBS Betty Crocker WBBM Blind 127 127254 Total 438 439 877 TEAM NO. S Lindahl 144 121263 Vallely 107 147254 Isaac 122 142264 Stahl 151 91242 Total 524 501 1023 TEAM NO. 4 Walker 127 118245 K. Warren 91 100191 Miller 114 124238 Ikins 106 118224 Spot 32 32 64 Total 470 492 962 TEAM NO. 1 Bayley 149 120269 Gray 105 131236 Stage 125 147272 Mackey 125 164289 Total 504 562 1066 TEAM NO. 2 McLeod 121 143264 BRAND NEW TONIGHT! presents a sparkling variety program WATCH THE FUN GO BY" VAL PEARCE AND HIS GANG A new orchestra. Guest artists. Lively music. Songs that sing in the heart. Entertainment that will rock the air. Don't miss Elmer Blurt, the low pressure salesman and others if you can stand laughter that hurts. Also listen to "Universal Rhythm," with Rex Chandler and 43-piece orchestra on Friday nights at 8, over WLS-WLW PROGRAMS OF THE FORD AND LINCOLN-ZEPHYR DEALERS FEATURES :-: WCFL World T6uf WLW Mail Bag 8:45 NBC Today's Children WMAQ NBC Nellie Revell WCFL. WOWO Amer. Horn 10:00 CBS Magazine of the Air WBBM NBC The O'Neills WLS WCFL Melody Echoes WOWO On the Mall 10:15 NBC Backstage Wife WMAQ NBC Personal Column WLW WCFL Under City Skies WJJD True Confessions 10:30 CBS Big Sister WBBM NBC Vic and Sade WLS WIND Fashlonette 10:45 CBS Dr. Allati Dafoe WBBM NBC Edw. McHugh-WLS WCFL Voice of Cookery 11:00 CBS Opening of Congress WBBM WLW Girl Alone WJJD Bureau of Missing Persons WOWO Party Line '1:15 NBC Mary Marlin WMAQ CBS Ted Malone KMOX NBC Homespun WLW WCFL Hits of the Week 11:30 NBC Nat l Farm and Home Hr. WLW WCFL Cadets WIND H. Zimmerman, organ WOWO Home Folks' Frolic 11:45 w CFL Fashions on Parade WGN Friendly Neighbor WLS Mkts. ; News WEDNESDAY' AFTERNOON 00 WGN Music from Texas WLS Dlnnerbell Prgm. 15 WIND Milt Herth. organ KMOX Magic Kitchen 30 WOWO Man on the Street CBS Formal Opening of Con gress WBBM IS It 12 KMOX Let's Compare WGN Mid-Day Service Note 1?: 45 NBC Pres. Roosevelt, State ef the Union" WCFL WMAQ WLS Live Stock Mkts. WCFL Women Only :00 WIND Ind. Univ. Prgm. CBS Pres. Roosevelt. "State of. the Union" WBBM WIND F. H. A. Prgm. WLS Ralnh and Hal :30 WLS Story Plays :45 CBS Mvrt and Marge WBBM WLS Melody Parade WLS Art Appreciation WMAQ Holmes, home service :00 CBS London Exchange Prgm. WOWO WCFL Organ Music WEBM Barnyard Follies WIND Continental Orch. :15 NBC Ma Perkins WLS WGN June Baker, talk WMAQ Kings Jesters :30 CBS Deufsch Presents WOWO AVON Msrgot Rehell, piano 1 WIND Torrid Tunes :45 CBS Emergency Peace WOWO WIND Music and Banter ;00 NBC Henry Busse'i WMAQ Conf. Orch. CBS Curtis Institute of WOWO NBC Natl P. T. A. WENR BfUSiO Ass'n, WLW Harrv Richman :15 MBS Life of Mary Sot hern WGN WBBM Gossip Club WCFL Marv Jane Dodd 3: 30 NBC Robert Gately. bar, WCFL NBC Follow the Moon WMAQ KMOX Houseboat Hannah WIND Ind. State Tollce 45 NBC Young Hickory WENR NBC Grandpa Burton WCFI WGN Rhythm Rambles WLW Kitty Keene 00 NBC Meet the Orch. WMAQ NBC Airbrakes WENR WBBM Kitty Keene WBBM WOWO Ace Williams 15 NBC Edw. Davles. bar. WMAQ WBBM Signor Carmello WGN Doring Sisters 30 NBC Randall Sisters WMAQ NBC Singing Lady WLW WBBM Flanagan's Notebook WENR Dictator's Orch. 45 CBS Wilderness Road KMOX WBBM My Diary WCFL Maureen Mae WGN Books WIND Continental Orch. 00 WCFL Tea Time WENR Claire's Children Stories WGN Armchair Melodies WLW Johnon Family :15 NBC Tom Mix WMAQ CBS News of Tnuth WBBM WGN Buddy and Ginger 30 WENR News WCFL Clark Dennis, tnr. WLW Bob Newhall, sports :45 NBC Lowell Thomas WLW NBC Flying Time WENR WMAQ Encore Musicale DIAL LOG In Kilocycle WOWO-1160 WLW-700 WIND-560 WHAS-820 KMOX-1090 WTAM-1070 WLS-870 WJR-750 WMAO.-670 WON-730 WBBM-770 WJJD-1130 WCFL-970 S EN K-870 McAllister 123 125248 Fisher 136 101237 Flack .. 115 99214 Spot 57 57114 Total 552 525 1077 COMING to Lafayette, Hotel Lahr, Thurs Jan. 7 1:30 to p. m. PILES CURED NO PAIN Dr. S. F. Sutton NO CUTTING Ft. Wayne, Ind. t cure all rectal diseases except cancer. Don't delay treatment until some Incurable dlseas develops. 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