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PAGE TWELVE-3 DES MOINES TRIBUNE FRIDAY,. MAY 7, 1937. i Tout Heelfly As Derby Long Shot 'Weatherman -Feels Muddy - Track on Tap In and Out Field to Face Barrier in ' Race Saturday. Ta. By Henry McLemore. . LOUISVILLE Louisville was - Hooded again today with the , -golden, negotiable dollars of those i who like War Admiral In the six ty-third running of the Kentucky Derby. The son of Man 0' War ol' Big Red himself stood at 8 to 5 in .the betting marts and was a "Cinch to be hammered down to - even money by post time Satur day afternoon. ' War Admiral had no reason to Nfeel proud over his position as iavorite, however, because it was v given to him in the form of a left- r handed compliment. He is getting r the play because of his rivals weakness. Outside of the admiral there -"isn't a S-year-old In the field -. who hasn't displayed his flaws 'iln public. The Admiral may dis-CCplay his Saturday, b-1; there is no getting around the fact that right now he is the only solid in horse in the bunch that will "shoot for the $30,000 prize. That , is, off 3-year-old form, and that's the only form the smart boys and girls care about. The Admiral won the Chesapeake in r Maryland in impressive fashion, - and his workouts have been of vthe highest order. -,. All the others have blown hot H and cold, Pompoon particularly. ine winter book favorite looked -'bkay in the Paumonok, died in the stretch in the Wood Memorial and 'iias been hustling beautifully in his workouts. Reaping Reward was licked In .'"the derby "trial" but has been -pr acticing like a champion. On the "Other hand, Dellor, Reaping Re-- ward's conqueror in the prep race, j lias been sluggish in trials. Hunch players were going for the Three D Stable's Heelfly, a handsome article which has been vacorching the track in daybreak 'trials. But those who are sup- , posed to know, think Heelfly is , strictly an exhibitionist, and will j(old when the running is for keeps. ... -. Boiled down, the situation slrict-fcly is this: On 3-year-old performance War Admiral is .a shoo-in; on 2-year-old performance there are half a dozen or mote colts ?tully capable of winning. The question is: Can they carry the load 'for a mile and a quarter with stake weights on their backs? " Sixteen or 17 will go to the post, -and among those absent will be -Colonel Bradley's Brooklyn, a hot "Winter baby, and Milky Way's tCase Ace. ; They were definitely scratched Thursday, and more will come today. The weather will decide the fate ot several nominees, and right now the weather is unpredictable. It ""cleared up Thursday and was -'bright and nice Friday, but the "Weather man says he has a feeling it will come up mud on Saturday and if it does, one of the most -wide open races in years will be --thrown straight into the laps of 1he gods. School Men to Discuss Board's : 5-Point Policy STORM LAKE, IA. W Repre-1 ,sentatives of northwest Iowa high schools will meet here Saturday night to discuss the policies of the -board of control of the Iowa High School Athletic association. In-j vitations have been sent to approximately 150 schools. One northwest Iowa superintendent said Friday the meeting likely t.will take up the five-point reformation program announced w Wednesday by the board of control. The superintendent said he did "not know what affect the board's .new policy would have upon recent demands for the resignation of George A. Brown, executive secretary of the board. . .Kammer Named " McGregor Coach M'GREGOR, IA. Benjamin . Kammer of Lost Nation, Coe col lege athlete and captain of the Coe " college basketball team this year, v has signed to teach in the McGreg- or High school and coach basket' ball and baseball next year. He succeeds Marion Moore, ".McGregor's coach for five years i who goes to Osage to be coach in ,, the high school there next year, Baseball Heroes (By tilt Auocitted Press.) Rip Collins anit Bill Te. robs Tnl-fln tlftglA drove In only run Again.! rtiilllra as Lee pitched one-hit ball for 1-0 Kill. Roy Weather!;, Indian hl homer with one on give Tribe 4-2 win over senator. fink? Wrglns. Rrit Kn hi. single drove In winning run ,ln 2-1 victory - over Rronns. l.e CrLsirn-. Red. held Giants la five hit. for 4-0 shutout. Hank Greenheri, Tlgera hit homer, triple and double, driving In four runs, In I'l-fl vlctorv over Yankee. Va Mungo, Dodger limited Pirate. in seven nit ana art. a in two runs rlth dnnble and tingle In a. a Tletorv. tot her Thnniat and At William., Alh-letlca ror.ped White tnx with tlx hit for 3-i wtn. TVIHTY-FIVE YEARS W AGO TODAY U INSPOHT U I BY JACK NOSTH X FROM REGISTER AND TRIBUNE FILES OF MAY 7, 1912. A ninth inning rally gave Sioux City two runs and a 5 to 4 victory over Des Moines in the second game of the series at Sioux City yesterday. Hueston, the Des Moines hurler, allowed 12 hits, four coming in, the final frame for the tying and winning runs. Des Moines collected eight hits off Campbell, which included a home run and single by Hueston. The Simpson college baseball team clouted the ball hard, getting 18 hits and scoring an easy victory over Highland Park college at In- dianola yesterday, 18 to 2. Corbin, who hurled for Simpson, held the Highland Park batters to three hits. The losing club went hitless for seven , frames. Corbin also starred with the stick, getting a home run. '. Ad Wolgast, the world's light' weight boxing champion, today accepted an offer of $12,500 to meet Leach Cross, the New York lightweight, in a 10 round bout at Madison Square Garden, New York, on May 29. The Falcon Flour baseball team defeated the Uneeda Biscuit nine at the Sevastopol diamond yester day, 11 to 5. Allen hurled for the winners with Tiborskl behind the bat. Brown and Brown composed the battery for the losing team. The Clare, la., baseball team opened the season yesterday with a 12 to 0 victory over Humboldt on the Clare diamond. Griffin pitched fine ball for Clare, allow ing one hit and retiring 15 batters on strikes. McCarthy was behind the bat. Nelson, Crapper, Pierce and Lower composed the battery for Humboldt. The Chicago Cubs bunched hits in the first two innings and de feated the Boston Bean Eaters at Chicago yesterday by the score of 5 to 3. The Cubs pushed over three tallies in the first, Schulte, Tinker and Hoffman crossing home plate. Zimmerman, first sacker, was the leading hitter of the day with three for four. Leon Ames bested Slim Sallee in a pitchers' battle at St. Louis yesterday and the New York Giants defeated the Cardinals, 4 to 1. Ames pitched eight hit ball. Doyle, New York second baseman, hit a triple, double and two singles in five times at bat. Ames collected two doubles and scored two runs. Nagurski Victor At Marshalltown MARSHALL TOWN, IA. Bronko Nagurski, International Falls, Minn., won two straight falls over Abe Kashey, Trenton,1 N. J., in the main event of Thursday night's wrestling show here at the Memorial Coliseum. Kashey was disqualified in the second fall for kicking when he refused to stop. Scotty Dawkins threw Big Glen Undlin in the semiwindup while in the preliminary Caifson Johnson threw Peter Froisa to complete the card. The Leaders in Major Leagues , (By the Associated Press.) j AMKKK AN JLEAI R. j Battine Walker. Tigers, .510: K Fer- rell. Red 8-x, 50O. Run L&rv. Inniani. and walker ana Gehrmser. Tiser. 13. Kurm oaiien in v ainer ana wwn-bers:. Tigers, 1V , Hit - Walker. Tigers. 26: Voimik, Browns, 19. Double -Lazzeri. YanKeea. jronai, km Sox; Lary, Indiana, and Hayes, white Sox. 6, Trine Rosenthal. White Wox. a: Sel kirk. Yankees; Travis and Stone, Senatois. Cramer, Red Sox; White, Tigeu, and Hayes, White Sox. 2 Home runs Johnson. Athletics. 4T Hei- kirk, Yankees, and Walker and Green -berg, Tiger, 3. Stolen base Chapman, Benntnra; Av plinii, White Sox; PytUk and Soslen, Jn- dian. 3. Pitch ne Msrcum. Red Sox. and Uftw- son, Tiserit, ,1-0. .NATIONAL MCAGIK. BatUnr Brck. Podaeri. .426: Demare and Hack, Cubs, .400. Kun Brack. Qots.w, Hanen. ttiani: Collinn. Cuh, and P. Waner. Pira'es, 12 lluna hutted in Demaree. cubs, is; PirkFhot. Pirates, and Heriwirk and Mix. Cardinal. 12. Hits--Brack. Dodrer. 23." Demarae. Cti, 22. Double HasMtt. Dodaert. and Mm- wick. Cardinal, 7. Tnn es Vaiiahan. P rates. R: Hand ev. Home runs Kampour.a. Reds, and Bar- itii and ott, Giant, 3. Stolen base J. Martin. Cardinal. 5 Galan. Cub, and Moore. Cardinals. 3. Pitching J. Dean. Cardinals. 4-o; Mub- beil. Giants, 3-0. , Wrestling Results NEW YORK lr.a Jamrt. Hollywood. Cal., an1 Billy Raburn. Oklahoma. rtrw: Frank 8'jtton, CglKornia. threw Mignty Govro. finlfn. hPRINOHKI.n. MASS. nttn Dlllhoj, Drwmjn, nrreaiea tsey Buiayman. Man ch!cr. N H . two ot thre falla. rROVIIlK.Nrr., R. I. Naltatnra Halbn. int, wumcy, Maag., aeffatad MHnua Cor-tej. inn, iialn. two ot threa tallg. CO,lMlU. OHIO OnUto Brown, Florida. 1'ftaied Paul Jonca, Houaton, iex. ji ( nfavvweigmfii. KAN FRANCISCO Genrga DnM-tte, )7, Boston, (loteafft Jimmv El Puipo. 175. Mexico Tltv. two of th'rff falla. ST. LOI Ift Shunlrhl Khiknma. nt, Japan threw Dorr Botha, 215, Decatur. III.. 36:04. Fight Results 'By th, Aaaoclattd Prug. ) l-ONDON. r.NCLA.Nn Rnililr HaM. 242. Liver more. Cal., atopped Jim Wilde. 20 Waleg (4 , nr.NVKR Etltlla Pkrw. Wu Snntti airira. outpointed Al Diamond, 162, K rork (10). Auto Charges Denied by 2 Drivers Released on $700 Bonds. ' Two men Friday denied charges of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated and careless driving. Orlo M. Fortney, 38, whose ad dress was given 'as 2825 Grand ave., was released under $700 bond for hearing next Friday. Fortney was arrested at E. Sixth st. and Grand ave., after police radio squad car members said they paced the Fortney car at 70 miles an hour. The crew, Patrolmen Frank Fredregill and Herbert Miller, said they shot twice at the car before it was brought to a stop with one front tire flat. Vera L. Miles, 31, who gave his address as 314 E. Fifteenth St., was released under $700 bond for hearing Friday. Miles was ar rested at E. First st. and Grand ave. Both men appeared before Judge Ralph L. Powers. Way, Netland Called 'Fair' Hurt in Mishap; Have Restless Night. , Earl Way, 53, and T. B. Netland, 37, structural steel workers, are "in fair condition after a restless night" Friday In Iowa Methodist hospital. ' Way and Netland, with Bryan Mitchell, were injured Thursday when girders fell at the new Dan iels Bros, service station. Ninth st. and Grand ave. Mitchell was in-jured slightly. Way suffered a double fracture of one leg and scalp wounds: Net- land had five stitches taken In the back of the neck. Pick 49 Seniors For Honor Group East High School Members Are Named. Forty-nine East High Bchool senior students Friday were named members of the school's chapter of the Rational Honor so ciety, 1 The nlor A nt iHenti rr' R. L. Stav. Lorrin Keller. Peter Paul. Jpan Davis. Ray Farmer. Mary Louis Hamilton. Lillian Pave. Warren Anderson Yvonne Bryan. Mary Bella Skov. Ernrnt Simon, Margaret Orlanti. Victoria Nel son. Marv Nan man Mare-aref Knnn Mary William, Sylvia McKern, Irwin Kingwan. Jack walker. Gerald me Johnson. Charlei Glbba, Bette Jane Graham. Eleanor Page, Bernard Muliins, Mary Whitehurst. Leland Husa. Bob Foster, thur McGlothlen. Christine Ivanovlch. Ivanovlch. Marv Head. James Green. Ar- Henry Kavanagh. Leonard Rygh, Zora Jvanovich, Mary Heart, James Green. Arthur McGlothlen, Chriatlne Iv&novich. Bene smitn, rtutn Aiacy, wiiiinm uuse, Annabel Lounsberry. William Hermann. Senior B students are: Eunent Deter, Htiroid Krohn, Marjorle Winburn. Jumef Rule. Georse Chamberlain. Roe Wiihams, Kathryn Neal. Jeanne snaw. uermia anore, ana William Faiker. At the 1 Local Theaters At the Des Moines and Roosevelt Janet Gaynor as the little girl who went to Hollywood and hitched her wagon to a falling star has her best role since "State Fair." "A Star Is Born." playing at the Des Moines and Roosevelt the aters, opens and closes with shots of the movie script itself. It car ries the audience behind the scenes in the movie capital. A SUp. Esther Blodgett Janet Gaynor tries to break Into the movies on money her grandmother has given her. She finally makes it with the help of a star, Norman Main Fredric March whose radiance is dimming because of liquor and late hours. They fall In love, marry and Es ther becomes Vicki Lester, a sue cess. But her husband continues to slip a delivery boy calls him "Mr. Lester," insult supreme. Smooth Gags. The fine left hand of Dorothy Parker may be seen in some of the smooth gags and wisecracks which enliven the picture. March seeing a press agent in a bar at the Santa Anita race track, asks "What are they doing to the ac tors while you're out of town ?" "They're slicing them up and frying them with eggs," replies the press agent. , . Laughton. The second feature at the Des Moines is an Alexander Korda pro duction, "Rembrandt," with Charles Laughton. Laughton re cites a bit too much the director evidently remembering the success of his "Gettysburg Address" as Rugglcs of Red Gap bufr the act ing leaves nothing to ask for. The news reel shows Bat Man Clem Sohn falling to his .death In France. Two short subjects are shown at the Roosevelt theater in stead of the second feature. F. B. At the Library In "We Cover the World," 16 foreign correspondents tell how they got their information, scooped their colleagues and covered dlffl cult ' assignments. This i one of the new books received at the library. Other new books include: "Brahmg." atiidjr of hla life and wk hy Waller Niemann; "Two-Pack Gamee of Solitaire," hy George A. Bonaventure: "Angela In Undrenn ' Mark Rennev'a lir in the London underworld: "Planning Your L.ne. ny Mary Ainen MopKlna: ' Kooeevelt to Roowvelt," by Dwighi Lowell Dumond; a survey of recent hlftlorv In America: "Dane Data." a complete treatlae on fhe imne ny Ainen . uaroner; your City Garden." by Margaret MrKennv and E. L. D. Seymour; 'Fifty Million Broth-en," hy Charleg W. Fergtuon: a panorama of lodgeg and clung; "Golf." It.t mle and derlalong hv Richard S. Franele. and "Why Waa I.fncoin Murdered?" new evidence and tmnflcAtlong mrlts a hlatory of the civil war period. 'SNAKE CACTUS' BLOOMS ' I - i - - a' i ; -J . f ' , I .r I . It i ;- ?, ''I r .a.' '"'4 V i Sixteen-year-old "snake cactus" D. Guye, 1529 Pennsylvania ave. three days ago and it Is the first in LEADERS lAIRIfB IrHAKEV. jtrfive in Syrian-American Club. DeBakey Elected El Intissar Head Syrian-American Club Here Names Officers. Richard DeBakey h'as been elect ed president of El Intissar, a Syrian-American club of 20 members. ' . Miss Freda Kehas was named vice president; Miss Freda Eck-rosh, secretary; Eniil Rizk, treas urer-bookkeeper, and George Toma, sergeant at arms. Miss Laurice DeBakey, at the last meeting of the club, was chosen as the most popular Syrian-American, girl in Des Moines, and will represent this city at the annual convention of the Midwest Syrian-American federation of 11 states Aug. 6 and 7 at Michigan City, Ind. The club here meets the first and third Wednesday of each month. Former Resident Gets Screen Job Tap Dancer Wins Six-Month M-G-M Contract. Robert Fogel, 16, tap dancer formerly of Des Moines and Eagle Grove, la., has won a screen test and six - month contract with Metro - Goldwyn-Mayer company. Fogel, a grand son of Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Rob-inson, " 1517 Washington ave., won a contest of 4,000 entries con-ducted by , the Chicago Wom en's club in Chi- kobkrt fogix. cago. 111., his present home. He is a son of Strs. W. H. Fogel, formerly of Des Moines. Wrong Car Forced Off Roady LONDON, 6HIO (U.P.) Joseph L. Porter of Cleveland was fined $10 and costs when he' forced a state- highway patrol car off the road. invu taUtafiaT'A wt ati i a. I STONER PIANO CO. I 914 Walnut, Des Moines, la. Please een1 me--FRr;K lull par- tlrulara nn Huw I Can Join Your Ae- 1 cordlon club. I Name , J Address I vii y Mil mrHARn DcBAhKV. 0(r Wrap'o staks op toztw tsi l For IT 1 Onlv STONER PIANO CO. 914 Walnut St. ( 5 . J gets attention of Mrs. Lucille Bloom on. the plant appeared the plant's life. ' Swedish Baptist Youth to. Meet Convention of Three ' States Will Be in Iowa Falls. Young peoples societies of the Swedish Baptist church In three states will hold an annual con vention June 19 and 20 at Iowa Falls, la., A. G. Lagerquist, evan geliat in the northern Baptist coa vention .territory, announced Fri day. . ' v States represented at the convention are Nebraska, South Dakota and Iowa. The Iowa T Baptist assembly will attend. Speakers at the convention include the Rev. Frank Anderson and the Rev. Rubin Nelson, both of St. Paul, Minn, Eggs Shaped Like Peanut. CLEVELAND, OHIO (UJP.) Mrs. J. R. Dean owns a hen which regularly lays eggs the size and pshape of a peanut. THE THILAUEIPHIA 0RIHESTHA fiPHpnin the third of a seriei of Guest Orrhestras Pliilharmonic-Symphony Orthestra of New York ALEXAM1ER SMaLLENS, CanaVtinf TUMIjHT AT 8 KRNT COLl'MBIA NETWORK BANKERS TRUST CO. VhS MOIM S Mew her Federal Deposit Inturanee Corporation The Philadelphia Orchestra In pereon at Slum Auditorium Sunday. lay B, at 8:30 P M. 20 RCA Victor Auto Radio 500 Autographed Baseball f une SINCLAIR BABE. RUTH CONTEST KRNT 8:30 I'. M. (C. S. T.) Entry Blanks at Sinclair Dealer J Are the .Amateurs of Today! Iliin'l up (hla nonilrrfiil op. porlunll. -JUm NOW! We Furnish the Instrument . Five Private J-esson All Instruction Material m YOUR fSfcii TOTAL V COST It Takea Onlr Few Weeks to l.eairii. Ytia (xm Vnf Vm-aurlte Melodlra. Olhr Ins'nimen'a ' Available on This Plan niihiie. Guitar, Trombone, Trumiiet. ( Inrlriel. tlnnjo. tornrt, .llaiidolln f mail rot i'o sowi Phone 4-6238 j Special Announcement i U ' 8:3 wS rv pa ADVtBTlSEMtT. Kentucky Derby on KSO-WMT, Clem McCarthy, Charles Lyon Jean DickliiKon. The pretty soprano wil txng over KSO at p. m. Louis Armstrong. Ne and his all-Negro revue will be heard over Ha O ad WMT at 7 p. . 3 ft: W 1 - f V Edythe Wright. She sings on Jack Pearl'a show over JCSO and WMT at S p. m. She m the feature vocalist on Tommy Dorse'' band.' Drama in Radio Story of 'Zep' Radio broadcasts of the Hindenburg explosion and the death of the 32 passengers and crew -was probably one of the best cover news stories of the year. The air was (illed with "bulletins, eye witness reports and human Interest broadcasts . . . from nine minutes after the disaster until sijgn off. Benedict Hardman KSO and KRNT, news commentator, was on the air with the story at 5:32 p. m. and the explosion occurred at 5:23 p. m. All in ail this was probably one of the most dramatic and colorful broadcasts ever aired. KRNT"-"14 nr. moim:s Register antf Trlboaa Blag. Jimmy Corbin tongs. .. ihe Drake Founder! .Day 1 Talkt feature. tBaseball iFinal Bateball Scores Late Newt Jean jean Broadway Varieties-Oscar Sliaw is emcee. Hal Kemp's Orchestra-Kay Thompson sings. lreiw Singio' Death A Hollywood Hotel i Erfcl Flynn. Jerry Cooper and Mauch twins. Billy-Bobby. JSan Francisco Symphony I Classical, modern music. Babe Ruth". The Unbelievable.. Jack (Sweet Varieties Poetic Melodies . . High School Day Program' Cold Under the Moon . . . Eddie Durhin's Orchestra 10:00 1 Newstime 10 10 10 Red Nirhof s Orchestra Frank Dailey'i Orchestra-Frank Dailey's Orchestra. Jack jack Nocturne wilh Eddie House Austin Mack's Orchestra. Mark Fnher's Ochettia. Don ChieMa'i Orchestra Dave Jimmy 00 S.gn Off. 5:30 5:45 5:55 :00 6:15 6:30 6:45 Fall Corn Time Uncle Twid emcee. Farming in the Newt. Tall Corn Time. Tall Corn Time pilent Family Altar Hymn and talk. Musical Firtt 7:00 7:10 7il5 7:30 7:45 vr r- Sewsiime . Sporttlantj . Motor Revue Morning Melpdiet Motorcade Morning 1:00 8:15 Mutical Clock...... Happy Chappiet . . . The Day Dreamer . . Newsreel of the Air. Teela 8:30 8:45 f:00 Cincinnati Conservatory Alexander von Kreisler conduct! the program which feature! guestt. Junior 9:15 9:30 945 10:00 10: 15 10:30 10:45 The Magic Kitche-....... Orenlale Call to Morning I George Hall't Orchestra Dully Dawn imgi. Organ Closing 11:00 11:15 II :30 11:45 11:55 Governor Kratchel Talk- Howard Jimmy Shields Ensemble" A Word io he W ivet . Buffalo Present!.. Buffalo Present , ? . . -,rlll ,..,,,, , JA, I 8:00 s.i DVTllTIr.Er, The sixty-fourth running of America's most important and colorful turf event, the Kentucky Derby, will be described direct from the course at Churchill Downs, Louisville, Ky., by Clem McCarthy on Saturday, over KSO and WMT, at 4:15 p. m. Pompoon, Reaping Reward and War Admiral, sdn of Man O' War, are among the favorites in the field of approximately 20 3-year-olds entered. The Blue Network of NBC has the exclusive broadcast rights. Ted Williams, known to race 'oers as "Broadway Bill," describes "The Excelsior Handicap" ever KSO at 1:45 p. m. Saturday from Jamaica rark. Grand Duchess Marie, a mem ber of the royal family of Imperial Russia, will broadcast over KRNT at 4:45 p. m, Saturday , . . khe'U speak of the coronation activities. Gertrude Niesen will be guest starred on Ed Wynn's show over KSO and WMT Saturday. - Walter Blaufuss, NBC conductor, teas, fiom in 'Milwaukee in 1883 and at 10 'years old toured th country as a piano soloist . , . at 16 began th study of medicine . i . organised his band in 1911 and played for years at the old Tip Top Inn in Chicago. ' Dick Teela was In the studio the day Bernadine Flynn was married and Bush and Art Van Harvey were carrying on the show alone. According to the script Sade (Bernadine Flynn) was submitting to an operation. Dick recalls both Rush and Vic .were shedding real tears. , ' Dr. Edvrard Scribner is chairman of the department of philosophy at the University of Chi-tago and will speak on the Fifty-seventh Founder's day program for Drake U. over KRNT at i:S0 p. m. Dr. D. W. Morehouse also talks. Gene Shumate. Be will be on the air from 9:30 p. in. to 10:30 p. m. over KSO with a play by play ac-tount of the Des Moines-Daven-port ball game in Davenport. Wheatica sponsor the broadcast. I f NBO Basic K NU Blue. 10 Kllocrciea nr.s Moir.a Baglater and Trtboaa Bias. liM " NBC Bsale YV II W Red. 1000 " ' w Kilocyeleg nr.s Moir.s 14 Walnat St. FRIDAY EVENING. Allegheny Steel. lUncle Ezra s Radio Station. Scores. ....... , WHO V wt Reporter Current news. Lem Tamer and Four Dont Songs and patter. Ed lion Dickinson, soprano." Dickinson, soprano.. Rich Cities Service Concert-Lucille Manners is soloist and Rosario Bourdon's concert feature. Sam Valley Days western drama. Louis Armstrong's band ' All colored revue. Deems Taylor Commentary and music. Waltz Tune Frank Munn tings. Court of Human Relations Dramatization. Pearl- First Nighler Comedy and music Dramatii aeriaL Music Exploring America , Jerry Cooper, aongs Newstime Highway Harmony. Irene Beitley, Robert Today 't Winners R. Friml, Jr't. Orchestra. . Des Moines vs. Davenport Cena Shumate it commentator and play by play recount is given. P relenting Virginia Newt Report Emery Deultch't Denny's Orchestra... Denny't Orchestra . Thelma Wnite't Orchettra. Tnelma While't Orchettra Schooler's Orchestra . Louit snico't Orchettra. Louit Panico a Orchestra. Ran Wilde't Orchettra . Ran Wilde's Orchestra.. Dave Schooler's Orchestra. Jimmy Joy't Orchettra . . Joyt Orchettra...' Henry King't Orchettra... Rhythm Club to I a. m. !ign Off. SATURDAY MORNING. Silent f The Kentucky Der-Silent by will be on the Silent air ovet KSO and Silent WMT at 4:15 p. m. Silent Morning Devotiont Morning Devotions . Morning Music from Louitville. Sing, Neighbor, Sing . Service Bureau'. . WHO Farm Newt Almanac of the Air - Stop Morning Newt t Wayne Ackley reportt. Hardware Newt I Current newtcatlt. Mutical Fashion Notet ' I Name bands play. Gene and Glenn Roundup. . Mutical Almanac Art Smith emcee. Serenade! Girl in Million Mutical Furrier. Morning Melodiet Manhattert .... Raising Your Parents 1 Juvenile forum. I Breakfast Express ...... . Broadcatteri Dei Moinet High Schooli.. Dei Moinet High School) The program it held in Younkert' liaroom with children enterlainert. Bromley Houte Songt.. Capt. r. E. Timmoni Youth (Chasin'i Muh: Serin Devotion.- Abram Chatint Recital . . . Univ. of Michiaan Marke' . Wm. D. Revilli conducli. Lanin't Orchettra. Gov Nelton G. Kratchel . . iNewt Bulletin Paramount on Parade... . Farm and Horn Hour-Farm newt, music, cooking rfcipet, ec. 500th Anniversary of Gypsy Music broadcast from Budapest, Hungary. 4DVrBTISEMENT. 4:15 Saturday Commentators C'arniella I'onselle, Site uill stilt; ballads on th Broadway Vanities over KRNT at $ p. tit. Jerry fooper. He will be heard on his premier performance as the singing star on "Hollywood hotel" over KENT at 7 p. m, Errol Flynn appears as guest star in "The Prince and the Pauper." Babe Ruth. - He will be heard in a baseball revue and dopera.it over KRNT at 8.30 p. m. Pay Tribute to Pclla Major Bouea paid tribute to I'olla and Tulip time last night on hi coast-to-coast broadcast over (BS. He praised the beautiful blooms which filled the studio a gift from the city of Pella . . . and mentioned briefly the story of fhe city and its gay spring festival which opens May 10. k ITMCBim W ISl I 8'- 60 ' 1 T 1 hUlocjclea rriiAR mrinn AND WATERLOO Tin Ihe Allegheny 5leel Show Tea Dance Music ...... Tea Dance Music-...... Evening Newscast Doug Grant reports. 5:IS 5:30 5:35 5:45 5:50 Irene Rich ...... Singin' Sam. ...... Death Valley Dayt I A western drama. 6:00 6:15 6:30 6:43 !.ouit Armstrong I band Al) colored revue. Deemi Taylor R. Armbuster't band. 7:00 7:15 7:30 7:45 Jack Pearl - Tommy Dortey't band. 8:00 8:15 6:30 8:45 Mile a Minute Revue, t Style Talk Sira'nt Newtlime Victor Arden t Orchettra. 9:00 9:15 9:30 9:45 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:45 Bateball Came Dare... Rock Island vt. Waterloo, being playeJ at Waterloo. ack Denny't Orchestra . ack Dennv- Orchestra ... Orchettra Dave ScJioolcr't Orcheslr-. 11:00 11:15 11:30 11:45 Dave Schooler't Orchestra Joe Sandcr'a Orchettra-.. Joe Sander't Orchestra... ;ign Off 12:00 . . . (Tall Corn Time ) 1 A variety show, j fanning in the News..... 5:30 5.45 5:55 :0O 6:15 6:30 6:4) Tall Corn Time Uncle Tw id it em i Family Allar Talk and tiymns. - . Newstime 7:00 7:10 7:15 7:30 7:45 Musical Clotk- Correct weather reports and time reports feature. Tim Biady Cowboy tongt feature. t:00 8:15 8:30 8:45 Muiical Clock -......... The Day Dreamer Morning Newtcasl 9:00 9:15 9:3 9:45 ioToo 10:15 10:30 Market Hints ..... To Be Announced - To Be Announced talks flic Magic Kitchen- frcature Chest. ....... emcee. Band Pine Ridge Music.maken Governor Kraschel Talk- 11:00 11:15 11:30 !Mi 11:55 MT German Band..... A Word to the Wives. Noonday Newscatt Hillbillies a- V "S

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