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MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 8, 1937 MARSHFIELD NEWS-HERALD, MARSHFIELD, WISCONSIN NINE Announcements Card of Thanks MELLENTHIN We wish to thank our many friends and neighbors for their sympathy and kindness during our recent bereavement, the death of our husband and father. Especially Rev. S La pel, the choir, flower girls, pallbearers, those who donated flowers, and donors of cars. Mrs. Frank MeHen-thin, Sr. and Children. Flowers 4 SPRING FLOWERS What would be appreciated more than a beautiful bouquet of Spring flowers for the sickroom, hospital, birthday, or wedding anniversary. Flowers for every occasion artistically arranged. Hefko's. SPECIAL! Sweet peas, 3 doz. for 50c cash. Beautiful assortment of spring flowering plants. Bunny-wood Greenhouse. Personals NEILLSVILLE RESIDENTS Phone 400 and P. C. Ludovic will gladly order a News-Herald Classified ad for yoa Social Events 8A SKEE-SHOOT You are invited to see it at TRUDEAUS TAVERN All the thrills of outdoor shooting YELLOW RIVER INN Marshfield's Best. Private Dining Rooms Gar-age Bar. C. J. Larsen, Prop. Societies and Lodges 9 Marshfield Chapter No. 78 Regular meeting. Chapter No. 78. R. A. M., Monday Mar. 8 at seven thirty o'clock. Work In R. A. M. Degree. Refreshments. L. E. Henricksson, E. H. P., Alex Johnson, Secretary. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 1931 FORD COACH In good condition, new tires. Reasonable. Inquire 412 N. Maple St. ATTENTION ! USED CAR BUYERS 1935 Chevrolet Coach 1935 Chevrolet Sedan 1933 Plymouth Coach BERG'S AUTO EXCHANGE YOU'LL FIND Used cars that have excellent care, are in splendid shape and at the price you want to pay at Paulson Auto Co. 3 SPECIAL BUYS '36 Ford DeLuxe 2 Dr. Trg. Sedan; '35 Ford De-Luxe 2 Dr. Trg. Sedan; '38 Plymouth DeLuxe 2 Dr. Sedan. FORD GARAGE A SPECIAL VALUE! 1934 Ford V-8 2 Dr. Sedan Complete selection of other well known makes and models PATT MOTOR CO. YOU Will be safe and save money if you buy one of our dependable used cars. Boulevard Motor Co. 1937 SENSATIONAL USED CAR VALUES '36 Chevrolet Coupe 36 Ford 2 Dr. Touring 36 Pontiac Coach '36 Oldsmobile Coach '36 Oldsmobile Touring Sedan '36 Buick Touring Sedan PAULSON AUTO CO. Auto Trucks for Sale 12 1932 CHEV. TRUCK For sale. Long wheelbase. Reasonable. Inq. 208 N. Cedar St. Auto Accessories, Tires, Parts 13 WE ARE WRECKING A 1929 Whippet 4 cylinder sedan, 4.75-19 tires. Auto Wrecking Co. Ph. 1036 ATTENTION, TRUCKERS ! We have some very good buys in used truck tires. All sizes. Felker's. Business Service Beauty Parlors 18A The March wind doth blow, but does not prevent, MiLady's from giving new permanents. LOVELY WAVES Styled for the Spring season at Palace Beauty & Barber Shop. Phone 316-M. EASTER SPECIAL! $250 croquin-ole oil, complete. Coralee Beauty Shop, over Montgomery-Ward. Business Services Offered 18 FOR SPRING FEVER Take your wall paper and paint orders to Hastings Paint Store. Phone 502R. Painting, Papering, Decorating 26 WHY Not get an early start. Check up now on your PAINTING and PAPERHANGING NEEDS and date ahead with ADOLPH BECHT on QUALITY WORK and SERVICE. Have the newest in WALLPAPER SAMPLES at a price to fit your purse. Phone 542M for free estimates. Printing and Engraving 27 MODERNIZE Your letterheads , with process tinting. For samples, phone Lester Printing Co. Employment Help Wanted Male 33 HELPER WANTED Cheese factory. Experience preferred, no snap. Give age, weight, experience In own handwriting. Wages about 830 per month and board. Write Box F-20, News-Herald. Help Male and Female 34 WANTED At once, experienced married couple for gen. farm work. Small family. W. E. Morgan, Unity WANTED Reliable person to serve as ThorD Correspondent. Must have telephone. Write Managing Editor, News-Herald, Marshfield, . for details and give qualification. sfIa vert A4 A Ae wH1 1 kAln AmJ .vwhuucu nuo nui uw jja uuu what you want. CLASSIFIED ADVERT CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION AH ads are restricted to their proper classification and to the regular style of type. The publisher reserves the right to edit or reject any classified advertising copy. Errors in advertisements should be reported Immediately. The Phone Your Ad To 1000 Marshfield News-Herald will not be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion. Advertising ordered for Irregular insertion takes the one time rate. No ad is taken for less than a basi? of three lines. Count five average words to the line. An average word contains five letters. Ads ordered for three or six times and stopped before expiration wU! be charged for only the number of times the ad appeared and adjustments made at the rate earned. Special rates for yearly advertis Financial Money to Loan Mortgages 40 AUTO LOANS For Taxes, Repairing, Refinancing, etc. On Cars Not Older Than 1930 Models Bring car and title with you If Married, Husband and Wife Must Sign MARATHON FINANCE CORP. First National Bank Bldg. Wausau, Wisconsin Wanted To Borrow 41 WANTED TO BORROW $5600 on first mortgage on improved 120 acre farm near Neillsville. Write Box T-50, News-Herald. Livestock Horses, Cattle, Other Stock 48 6 HEAD Of young home raised horses weighing about 1700 I'm. Must be seen to be appreciated. Lakosky Imp. Store, Loyal, Wis. ONE SPAN Gentle mules, weight about 2650. Will sell cheap if taken by March 20. Charles Schaeffner, Hi mi. S. of Spoke ville. IOWA HORSES And cattle arrive every Tuesday. 6 mos. time granted. Abe Nataurs, Owner; E. W. Davis, Sales Mgr. at Old Connor barn, Stratford. GOOD WORK HORSE For sale. Sound. Or choice of 5 bther horses. Priced to sell. Geo. Kieffer, Auburndale. HOLSTEIN Bull calves from high grade dams. Sire's dam has over 1000 lb. butter record. Walter Maxwell, R-6, Ph. Lindsey 141. TEAM 5 and 6 yr. old. Wt. 3000 lbs. Also 6 ton of hay. Chester Roder, Route 1, Marshfield. GOOD Young team, wt. 2900 lbs.; 6 purebred Jerseys, 1 fresh. Will sell cheap for cash. Jerry Condon, R-4, Marshfield. GOOD Registered Percheron stallion. Also heavy 2 wheel trailer. Priced to sell. J. Haessly, R6, City 2 YR. OLD Holstein bull for sale. Wt. about 1500 lbs. O. W. Carlson, R-2, Unity, Wis. FRESH Guernsey cow with calf by side. Also baled hay. Joe Binder, W. Bakerville St. Poultry and Supplies 49 TURKEYS Two young bronze Toms for sale. John Kelley, R-4, Neillsville. INCREASE YOUR PROFITS With March chicks from Wendt's. E. 4th St., Marshfield. Wanted Livestock 50 WILL BUY CATTLE Calves and hogs at Soo Line Stock yards every Wednesday. Chris Paulson, 1211 S. Chestnut St. Phone 27. WE Always need fox horses or crippled cattle, dead or alive. Highest prices paid. We truck. No fox farm horses traded or resold. Pos. guarantee. Kurt Marg Fox Farm, Neillsville. Ph. X-6631. Rendering SOB ATTENTION FARMERS! Dead or disabled horses, cows, calves, hogs, etc. removed promptly & free ! (With Hide On) For Quick Service Call Abbotsford Rendering Service Phone No. 120 or Neillsville Rendering Service Phone No. 32 REVERSE ALL PHONE CHARGES WE PAY THEM Branches of Chippewa Falls, Wis. Rendering Company New Sanitary Steel Lined Trucks Courteous Efficient Drivers Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 USED Mohair 2 piece living room set. Very good condition. $30. Baer-Lange Co. USED Rebuilt Maytag washer. In A-l cond.; ballon type wringer. $79.50. Marshfield Fair, Inc. KINDLING WOOD 5 Ft. sink, cement blocks, doors, windows and screens. Inq. old Puerner Creamery site, rear of H. Ebbe Co. BABY BUGGY For sale. In good - cond. Will exchange for stroller. Inq. 724 E. 3rd St. COOKSTOVE Burns wood or coal, very good cond.; davenport; dinette set, etc. 800 S. Peach St. STRIPPED Goose feathers for sale. 85c per lb. Mrs. Ed Kloehn, R-5, City. Vi mL N. of Cotton Club. HOUSEHOLD Goods, davenport, chairs, cabinets, ladies' spring coat, size . 42. Cheap. Inq. . Baer's Grocery. L. J. GehL Owner. ing upon request. Special attention given to mall orders. Cash must accompany all out-of-town ads. The words "over 17 years of agC must be incorporated in every advertisement soliciting the employment of boys and girls. Wisconsin 1 a w forbids . advertising durfc'S school session for the labor or service of any child of permit age. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES Daily rate per line for consecutive insertions: One time 42 .10 36 Three times Six times Minimum Cash The News-Herald makes an earnest effort to keep its advertising columns free of deceptive and dishonest an nouncements. Readers are requested to report any unsatisfactory dealings with any advertiser. Merchandise Business and Office Equipment 54 SOCIAL SECURITY Looseleaf yearly records for 10 employes on sale at $125. Marshfield Office Supply Co. Phone 157-W. Farm Equipment 55 A Modern Barn Equipment Reasonable Prices BERG EQUIPMENT CORP. Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 56 GOOD POLEWOOD For sale. $1.G5 per cord delivered. Blum Bros. Phone 496. Hay, Straw, For Sale 56. 4 OR 5 TONS Good wild hay. Reasonable. 6 mi. S. and 1M mi. W. of Yellow River Inn. Carl Knutson FOR SALE Tues. P. M. and Wed., 50 ton feeding straw, $8.50 to $9.50 per ton from baler. 1 mi. North, M mi. East of Range Line, Town of Green Valley. Phone 964-W. STACK Of good mixed hay for sale. Ed Kramer, 1 mi. W. 31 mi. S. of Klondike. Mfld. R-6. TAME HAY About 7 ton, for sale. Mike Steffek, R-l, Pittsville. 5 mi. S. of Lindsey. Good Things to Eat 57 PUMPERNICKEL BREAD ON SALE WEDNESDAY SOUTH SIDE BAKERY Household Goods 59 SPECIALS ! Maytag washer, piano, gas stove. All like new. Johnson's Furniture House, next to Lang and Scharmann. Radio Equipment 62A 5 TUBE One battery farm radio & self governing wind-charger for radio & elec. lighting, $39.75, both complete. 7 tube 110 volt AC-DC, Magic Eye elec. radio, $23.50. Complete line radios & chargers. Elbert Kindt, Greenwood, Rl, Box 47 WE SERVICE All makes of radios. Free tube checking. Complete line of Raytheon tubes. Phone 12. JOE'S ELECTRIC SHOP Wanted To Buy 66 HIGHEST Market prices paid for paper, iron, rags and batteries. L. Shapiro and Son. In rear of the Laundry. WANTED Baby beds, carriages and strollers. Also used furniture of all kinds. Marshfield Second Hand Store, Seehafer Bldg, Ph. 345-W. WE BUY Heavy machinery scrap iron. Lang & Scharmann, Inc. HIGHEST Market prices paid for eggs, every afternoon and evening. Dixie Station, 1201 S. Central. Rooms and Board Rooms without Board SLEEPING ROOM With adjoining bath, for rent. Close in. Inquire 203 South Cherry Street. Rooms for Housekeeping 69 FURNISHED Heated, It. hskp. rooms for rent. Also 2 acres ground for rent or sale. 105 E. 11th St. TWO Furnished light housekeeping rooms for rent. Inquire La Points Hotel. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 3 ROOM Modern furnished flat. No children preferred. Phone 616-W. Business Places for Rent 75 MODERN STORE For rent. Newly decorated. Janitor service. Inquire S. Miller. Phone 562 or 300. Farms and Land for Rent 76 GOOD 80 A. Farm, 3 mi. W. of Medford, for rent. 35 A. under plow, good buildings. O. E. Reynolds, R-2, Withee, Wis. 80 A. FARM Without personal property for rent. About 70 acres under cultivation. Located between Abbotsford and Dorchester. Known as Vincent Meyers farm. For terms inquire Dorchester State Bank. Abbotsford Cheese Factory, or P. R. Ebbe, Marshfield. RENT ON SHARES Well equipped 160 A. farm, 3 mL W. of Marshfield. Tenant to furnish M personal property. Only those with good references considered. Apply Northwestern Mutual, above Clov-erland State Bank, from 2 to 4 P. M., Tuesday. Houses for Rent 77 COMPLETELY FURNISHED 5 room modern house. Garage. Available at once. Inquire Room 4, above McCain's. N-Hermld Class ifi Ads Brina Remit ISING Real Estate for Sale Fannsand Land For Sale 82B PARK SAMPLE NeiHsvflle, Wis. Real Estate and Insurance. Clark County farms at today's prices. 80 ACRE Improved farm for sale. About 60 A. plowed. Also 8 room modern house suitable for duplex. Write Box R-10, News-Herald. Farms and Land for Sale S3 73 ACRE FARM On concrete near town. Down pmt., $1,000. Marshfield Land Co. 40 ACRES Of high land, good buildings, all clear. $3000, down bal. terms. Chas. R. Setzkorn. ACCOUNT Illness, honest, successful dairyman with own personal can buy fine 160 acre farm with small payment, balance like rent, amortization plan, or might rent. Write Box 87, Unity, Wis. 60 A. Imp farm, no pers. R-4, Mfld 43 A. under plow, rest pasture, timber. Near chesee factory. Fair bldgs- Write Z, News-Herald. Farms and Land For Sale, Trade, Or Rent 83A 80 A. FARM For sale or rent. Fair bldgs. Must have pers. property. 1 mi. S. of Arpin. Apply A. J. Schulte, Marshfield. 120 A. Imp. farm for sale or rent. Good bldgs. Close to cheese factory and school. Also Fordson tractor for sale. Inq. of neighbor, Gust Kopp, R-2, Stratford, 9 mi. N. of Marshfield. 100 ACRE Dairy farm near Marshfield. Write Henry J. Schmidt, Gen. Del, Neenah, Wis. Land For Sale 83D OLD Pine Grove Corner for sale. Ideal business location. Any reasonable offer considered. Albert Poppy, 407 E. Arnold. Houses for Sale 84 SEVERAL HOMES North & West part of city. Priced as low as $1650. Chas. R. Setzkorn. Wanted Real Estate 89 WE HAVE BUYERS For farms of all sizes, if priced right. Graham Land Office. Farm Auction Calendar FARMERS List your auction FREE in this space. Write, call or phone the News-Herald office for details. AUCTION Due to weather and road conditions, the Rasmussen auction will be held Wed, March 10th at 10 a. m. On the Rudy Lehnherr farm located mi. W and 1 mi. S. of Arpin. Fine herd dairy cattle, horses, hogs, machinery. Walter Cook, Auct, Thorp Finance Corp, Clk, Claud Rasmussen, Prop. AUCTION Wed, Mar. 10 at 12:30. On the Zwifelhofer farm 3 mi. S. of Lynn on Co. Ttk. W. 9 mi. straight E. of Neillsville and 1 mL S. Cattle, horses, chickens, hay, machinery, etc. C. A. Olson, Auct, Jas. Musil, Clk, Wesley Zwifelhofer, Owner. BIG AUCTION Thurs, March 11 at 10 a. m. At farm located 6 mi. W. of Marshfield on H, then 3 mi. S. All horses, cows, machinery, and feed. Walter Cook, Auct, Marshfield Finance Corp, Clk, Walter Dohm, Prop. BIG AUCTION Fri., Mar. 12 at 10 a. m. On the Paul Keller farm, 7 mi. S. E. of Neillsville on St. Hy. 73, or 1 mi. W. of Shortville Store. Fine Guernsey herd, horses, chickens, hay, grain, mchy., all household goods. C. A. Olson, Auct, Jas. Musil, Clk, Paul Keller, Prop. AUCTION Mon. March 15 at 12:30 sharp on my farm located 11 mi. south of Marshfield or 5 ml. north west of Pittsville. Cattle, horses, machinery. Walter Cook, Auct, Marshfield Finance Corp, Clk, J. W. Messerschmidt, Owner. AUCTION Tues, March 16 at 1 P. M. On farm located 2i mi. NJ3. of Vesper, 2 mi. N. of Eight Corners, V mL W. Co. Trunk F. 20 head of cattle, horses, poultry, farm machinery, hay, grain, etc. John Tenpas, Auct, Louis Joosten. Clk, Jake Loomans, Prop. BIG AUCTION Tues, March 16 at 10 a. m. At farm located V.'n mi. E. of Unity. Large herd Holsteins, horses, machinery. Walter Cook, Auct, Thorp Finance Corp, Clk-Aug. Perschke, Prop. AUCTION Wed, March 17 at 12:30 o'clock. Located on farm 3 mi. S. of Nasonville store or 2 mL E. of Lindsey and mL S. Holstein & Guernsey cows, horses, machinery, chickens. Aug. Hanson, Auct, Marshfield Finance Corp, Clk, Alvin Krenz, Prop. BIG AUCTION Thurs, Mar. 18 at 10 a. m. On the Geo. Koenig farm, located on Hy. 13 at the South city limits of Marshfield. 32 head fine livestock, horses, full line machinery, etc. Walter Cook, Auct, Marshfield Finance Corp, Clk., Andrew Koenig, Prop. AUCTION Tues. March 23 at 10 a. m. Located 2Va mi. N. of Auburn-dale or 9 mi. E. of Marshfield on Co. Trunk H. Big herd Holsteins. horses, machinery. Walter Cook, Auct, Thorp Finance Corp, Clk, Geo. Breu, Prop. BIG AUCTION Sat, Marsh 20 at 10 a. m. Located hi mL S.E. of Arpin on pavement. Guernsey herd, horses, hogs, machinery, and feed. Walter Cook, Auct, Thorp Finance Corp, Clerk, Martin Nelson, Prop- AUCTION Mon, March 22. Located 4 mi. E. of Vesper. 20 head Holstein cattle, horses, machinery, feed, chickens, and furniture. John Tenpas, Auct, Louis Joosten, Clk, A. Holstein, Prop. Classified Ads will help you find what you want. Farm Auction Calendar BIG AUCTION Mon, March 22 at 11 a. m. On farm located 2 ml. N. of Granton, or 10 mL S.E. of Loyal on Co. Trunk K. Livestock, machinery, hay, grain, furniture. Walter Cook, Auct, Thorp Finance Corp, Clk, P. E. Cranston, Prop. BIG AUCTION Mon, Mar. 22 at 10 a. m. On the Hauchman farm 8 mL N. of Neillsville on St. Hy. 73 Cattle, horses, chickens, hay, grain, all machinery, household goods. C. A. Olson, Auct, Jas. Musil, Clk, E. O. Hauchman, Prop. AUCTION Wed. March 24th. at 10 a. m. On farm located 3 mi N. and mL W. of Arpin or 3i mi. SW. of Auburndale. Holstein cattle, horses, machinery, furniture. Wai- ' ter Cook, Auct, Thorp Finance Corp, Clk, Iver Axelson, Prop. BIG AUCTION Thurs., March 25 at 10 a. m. Located 5 mi. N. of Vesper, 7 mi. S. of Auburndale on Co. Trunk M. Holstein cattle, horses, hay, machinery, household goods. John Tenpas, Auct, Louis Joosten, Clk, Louis Halbers-ma, Prop. port Roundup BY EDDIE BRIETZ Sarasota, Fla. (JP) Clark Griffith of the Senators is bad news to operators of baseball schools. . . . He has opened a new one at San-ford with professors Joe Engel and Zinn Beck in charge. . . . Griff figures hell get most of the biz because tuition at his joint will be free. . . All the lads have to do is get there and find a way to eat once in awhile. . . . Griff and his specialists do the rest. . . . Charlie Dres-sen, manager of the Reds, always wears No. 7 on his uniform and will not sleep in a Pullman unless he gets lower 7. . . . Most managers use a drawing room on the road. . . . Messrs. Kelley and Cohen pal around together in the camp of the Washington Senators. . . . Stu Martin may be made into a first sack-er by the Cardinals. Cincinnati squad at Tampa numbers 50 and is far and away the largest in-Florida. . . . Col. Frank Grayson of the Cincinnati Times-Star says it is the best looking bunch of Reds he has seen in 11 years. Mickey Cochrane bet Tom Yawkey a $100 suit he would catch 90 games for the Tigers this year. . . . They say Paul Dean is too fat and getting no thinner rapidly. ... If Lou Gehrig and Joe DiMaggio aren't signed by the end of the week you can sue us. ... Bill McKechnie watched young Vince DiMaggio clear the fence in the different fields on successive tries. . . .Then decided he'd not try to change the youngster's style, after all. . . . Who was it tried to buy up all the copies of that magazine containing "Once a Dodger" the minute it hit the stands at Daytona Beach? Most big league first sackers use fmm ni-r tn etaht nairs of shoes a season at $16 per throw. . . . Some of the clumsier ones cyou Know wuw go as high as eight. ... The shoes are made of kangaroo skin. . . . Ever since Phil Weintraub and Ival robbed in the Red's hotel at Tampa the other night, Chuck Dressen nas Deen placing row of tumblers against his door before retiring. . . . Weintraub was touched for $44 and Goodman Tor $100. . . . Both had left their doors open for later arriving room mates. . . . The Washington Senators take the shortest practice sessions of any team in Florida two hours daily. . . . The Cardinals, with two sessions daily, drill the longest. . . . When Clark Griffith said he'd have to change the style of Jack Salve-son, bespectacled pitcher, he meant in baseball, not golf Jack celebrated his arrival in camp by shooting a nifty 72. Bill Hayes, 19 year old wonder of a semi-pro team in New Hampshire, aspires to be a baseball owner on a big scale when he comes into 15 or 20 million in a few years. ... So he is down here with the Bees taking lessons in how to become a magnate. . . . Tiny Chaplin, sent to San Diego by the Bees in the Vince DiMaggio deal, will not report because of salary difficulties. . . . Tiny is in the landscape business at Miami and says he made more money last winter than in his last four years as a pitcher. BOWLING CONGRESS OPENS ON WEDNESDAY New York (P) New Yorkers who think of bowling only in connection with the Bowling Green subway station and of an alley as a queer name for a little side street, get a chance to see how big the sport has become when tne 37tn annual American Bowling Congress tournament comes to town Wednesday. Although the A. B. C. originated here in 1895, the big tournament never has been held here. And somehow the game usually is associated with that little fenced-in plot of grass down near the battery and with memories of Rip Van Winkle and the little men playing ninepins high in the Catskills. The official entry list shows 4,106 five-man teams, 5,881 doubles combinations and 11,773 singles bowlers a record in every division. Entry fees total $217,350 and the contestants will get $145,000 in prize money. Sport Mirror Today a year ago Don Meade, top-ranking jockey, suspended in Florida on charges of betting on horses other than his own in races. Three years ago R. N. (Dick) Williams named non-playing captain of 1934 Davis cup tennis team. Five years ago Capt. Pat Roark of Great Britain suffered brain concussion during Pacific coast open polo tourney. John L. 'Paddy' Driscoll Named Marquette Coach Milwaukee John L. (Paddy) Driscoll, coach and athletic director at St. Mel's high school, Chicago, signed a contract today to coach football at Marquette university. As head coach, Driscoll succeeds IN TRAINING (Br the Associated Press) Clearwater, Fla. Burleigh Grimes of the Brooklyn Dodgers figures one of his problems solved after seeing Cookie Lavagetto in action around second base. "He showed a couple of double plays as good as any Brooklyn has made in years," Grimes said after yesterday's practice tilt. "If he makes the grade, and I can't see why he shouldn't, Lavagetto will fill Brooklyn's problem at that bag for a long time." Havana It seems to be up to Lou Chiozza and Mickey Haslin to decide which will play third base for the Giants this year. Manager Bill Terry isnt counting on Jimmy Ripple, who has played at that post. "He's a hustler and a good hitter and the kind of ball player who would help any club," says Bill, "but he's not a third baseman." Pasadena Infielders and outfielders began showing up at the White Sox spring camp today. All were due by Tuesday, when heavy batting and infield practice starts. Manager Dykes indicated he would allow rookies every chance to show ability, with Steve Mesner expected to be tested regularly for the third base post. Mexico City The Philadelphia Athletics fell into the tourist class today, excused from practice by Manager Connie Mack. They "took in" the sights of the ancient capital of Montezuma, the floating gardens and the restored temples. Yesterday the Agrarians, one of the best of the native teams, beat the Mackmen 2 to 1. Tampa, Fla. Jack Rothrock, veteran rookie getting his second tryout with the Cincinnati Reds, showed up in training camp today after a five-day motor trip from his Long Beach, Calif, home. Coach George Kelly was injured yesterday when a hot line-drive off the bat of catcher Dee Moore hit his leg. New Orleans Sammy Hale, who after two seasons at third is being shifted to second base dispelled today any doubts about how he regarded the change. "I was tickled to death when I heard Steve O'Neill wanted me to play second," the Cleveland Indians infielder said. "They hit 'em past your ear too fast at third." Sarasota, Fla. The Boston Red Sox, spurred by Manager Joe Cron-in, held their initial drill today with every available man in uniform. As the men swung into action. Cronin announced the ranks of the holdouts were further reduced when Fred Ostermueller, a pitcher, signed his contract yesterday. MARQUETTE PLEASED WITH GAME SATURDAY Notre Dame Noses Out Hilltop Team, 39-35 Milwaukee (JP) Spring basketball practice got under way at Marquette university today with Coach Bill Chandler congratulating his veterans on their fine showing in Saturday night's 39 to 35 setback at the hands of Notre Dame. The Hilltoppers trailed at the half, 22 to 17. but bounced back into a 28 to 26 lead. The score was tied, 35 to -35, with 10 seconds remaining, but the Irish tipped in two baskets for the victory. Despite this reversal, Marquette wound up the season with eight victories and eight defeats for the .500 rating Chandler predicted last November. The Blue and Gold ne:-ters scored 488 points to 468 for opponents, a game average of 30.5 to 29.2. Glenn (Sparky) Adams, sophomore forward from Carpentersville, 111, scored seven points against Notre Dame to maintain his lead and finish with a total of 80. Charles Eirich, senior center and forward from Chicago, was a close second with 79, and George Hesik, sophomore center, and guard from Oak Park, Dl, was third with 69. Other scores were Roy McMahon. Madison guard. 64: Paul Sokody, Elgin, HI, forward, 63; Dave Quabius Milwaukee guard, 59; Bernard wone Green Bay forward 27; Erwin Graf, Elgin forward, 23, and Captain Bob O'Keefe, Milwaukee guard, 13. FINAL STANDINGS Des Moines, la. JP) Final midwest conference basketball stand ings: Team Carleton Knox Monmouth Lawrence Coe Beloit Ripon Cornell W L Pet. P OP .8 0 1.000 250 198 7 3 .700 368 334 .5 4 .556 272 251 5 5 .500 274 274 .4 6 .400 321 299 .3 6 .333 247 290 3 6 .333 280 302 2 7 .222 279 320 ROLLING TERRAIN (By the Associated Press) New Brighton. Pa. Police found Terry O'Brien, 27, a sailor from Charlestown, N. C, unconscious on the street and took him to a hospital. Revived, he explained: "Landsickness." . NOT FROM HEAVEN Markle, Ind. Dale Gusman, rural mall carrier, had to carry his $233 down payment on a new automobile to the agency in a small tub and a basket. It the payment weighed 152 pounds. It was all in pennies. Frank J. Murray, who resigned recently to become head coach at the University of Virginia. Athletic Director Conrad M. Jennings announced Driscoll's appointment after a brief meeting of the Marquette athletic board today. Driscoll signed at the meeting. The contract's terms were withheld. Starts Monday Driscoll will take over his new duties next Monday. He expressed a desire to begin spring football practice immediately and said he would have candidates work out In the gymnasium as long as the weather remains unfit for outdoor practice. Jennings announced John L. (Tarzan) Taylor and Joseph A. (Red) Dunn would continue as line and backfield coaches, respectively. Driscoll was one of the greatest fcotball players ever produced in the middle west, despite his lack of poundage. He weighed only 128 in his football days at Evanston, HI, high school but was a hangup fullback because of his speed and aggressiveness. Northwestern Ace Driscoll, who was born in Evans-ton Jan 11, 1896, was graduated from high school in 1914. Then he enrolled at Northwestern university. It was there he rose to gridiron fame. As a junior and Northwestern's captain and left halfback, the little Irishman led Northwestern into- a Western conference championship game with Ohio State in 1916. The score was tied 3-3 with only a few minutes to play. Paddy had given the Wildcats their three points with a 42 yard dropkick. Northwestern lost the game and title, however, because Ohio's great Chick Harley ran wild in the closing minutes. That same year, Driscoll scored a touchdown and a 43 yard field goal to enable Northwestern to defeat Chicago, the first time the Wildcats had accomplished the feat in 15 years. In those days Paddy weighed 145 pounds. Enlisted In Navy After he was graduated from Northwestrn in 1918, Driscoll enlisted in the navy and played on the football team which represented the east in the Rose bowl game at Pasadena. His club won. Driscoll then was placed on the late Walter Camp's All-American team and won from Camp the designation "the greatest quarterback I have ever seen." Driscoll also starred in basketball and baseball. He keyed a fine Northwestern basketball team which led Wisconsin's Badgers for the first half of a Western conference game which meant the 1915-16 title. Wisconsin, with Levis. Haas, Chandler, Smith, and Olson in the lineup, rallied in the second half and won 24 to 21. The victory gave Wisconsin the championship. Driscoll played baseball on the Chicago Cubs, appearing as a shortstop and utility infielder. Played Pro Ball He also played professional football, appearing for years with the Chicago Cardinals and Bears. He was named on all-professional All-American teams several years in a row. Since 1930, he has been scouting and assisting In coaching the Bears. Driscoll became coach and athletic director at St. Mel's high school, Chicago, in 1924. His teams have won five football championships, four of them in the last five years. His lightweight gridders have won six titles. He has had seven basketball champions and j coached one team to the national cage title. Two others were run-ners-up for national honors. Driscoll is married and the father of a five year old boy, John Leo jr. Driscoll is now taking post-graduate work in education at Northwestern. He probably will teach at Marquette next year. 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W I g 7- " 53 59 Fl I I 1 1 1 rH 1 M 1 URGE CUTIIfflN OF FEDERAL BELIEF Group of House Democrats Sign Statement; Must Receive Help Washington JP) A group of house Democrats urged today continuance of federal work relief as an attack on unemployment "It must be a principle of American government that every citizen who is able and willing to work shall have work." said a statement signed by 16 Democratic representatives. Representative Maverick (D-Tex). one of the signers, said this stand was backed by a minimum of 125 house members. The statement followed closely a protest by six governors to President Roosevelt against a proposed slash of 150.000 this month In WPA rolls. The governors, who talked with the president for three and a half hours Saturday, said the contemplated reductions would be postponed at least until April and the question studied in the meantime. The governors of New York. Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Wisconsin, Illinois, and Minnesota were at the conference. They said they told him the state, counties, and cities already were overburdened with relief costs and could not provide for unemployables already removed from WPA. Mr. Roosevelt has Indicated the relief appropriation for the next fiscal year must be kept within $1,500.-000,000 of the budget is to be balanced by June 30, 1938, aside from statutory debt reduction. WPA now is spending about $140,000,000 a month. URGES FARMERS TO SUPPORTJ)A!RY BILL More Funds Needed to Finance Inspection: Lathrope Tn Wisconsin, during the past year, there have been approximately 180 WPA dairy inspectors who have been doing considerable work in increasing the quality cf milk being sent to cheese and butter plants in the state." County Agent H. R, Lathrope said today. "Under the present WPA setup, they can be continued on salary provided the state appropriates sufficient amount to cover the travel. The bill, 345-A, introduced by the committee on agriculture in the assembly called for an appropriation of $15,000.00 to take care of the travel at 3 cents a mile during 1937. "Unless the appropriation is made, no federal funds can be granted for this work. The curtailment of this setup will greatly affect Wood county Inasmuch as there are several Inspectors operating now in Wood county and adjoining counties. "Farmers, cheesemakers. and others who are interested in continuing this setup should communicate by letter or be with the committee on joint finance, state capitol, Madison. A hearing will be heard on the bill, Tuesday, March 9, at 2 p. m, at a joint finance committee meeting. Farmers and others who are interested in having this continued should be present at the meeting." CLOSE WITH WIN Appleton (JP) Lawrence college closed its basketball campaign Saturday night with a 40 to 22 midwest conference victory over Beloit. Lawrence led at the half, 22 to 13. 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