The Escanaba Daily Press from Escanaba, Michigan on May 16, 1937 · Page 12
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SUNDAY, MAY 16, 1937 THE ESCA NABA (MICH PAGE NINE 220-yard low hurdles. Tolmlch , skipped over the hurdles In :23.5 to erase the old mark of :23.6 made by Carlton of Kalamazoo in 19 3 4. Hoseoe Washington, the high jump star from Western State, broke the meet mark with a leap of six feet three and five-eighths inches to better the old mark of six feet three and one-half inches made by King of Wayne last year. Tolmioh was the Individual star of the meet. The Wayne sprinter copped first in the 100 and 200 yard dashes and finished first in the 120 high and 220 low hurdles. To top this off he ran lead off on the mile relay and finished with a five-yard lead over the rest of the field. The summaries: One mile run: Won by Hosen- krantz, Michigan Normal; second. Frey, Michigan State; third, Thomas, Olivet; fourth, Waite. Michigan State. Time— 4/16.6 (equals meet record). 4 40-Yard Dash: Won by W iese. Western State; second. Ford. Western State; third. llark- awav. Wayne; fourth, ttchwartz, Wayne. Time 50:4. 100-Yard Dash: Won by Tolmich. Wayne; second, Greer, Michigan State; third. Mueller, Michigan State; fourth. Bryant, Western State. Time — :9.7. (equals meet record.) Javelin -Won by Burrell. Western State; Cantrell, Michigan State, second; Bremer, Michigan State, third; Jones, Wayne, fourth. Distance, 175 feet, 2*4 inches. Shot Put — Won by Eizak, Wayne; Jenkins, Michigan State, second; Bremer. Michigan State, third; Hathaway, Michigan Normal. fourth. Distance, 4 4 feet, S inches. 120 Hifih Hurdles: Won by Tolmlch. Wayne; Matthews, Michigan Normal. second; Thompson, Western State, third; Springer. Michigan State, fourth Time, 14.8.1 SSO Yard Bun: Won by Rosenkrantz. Michigan Normal; Gardner. Michigan State, second; Green, Michigan State, third; ('happell. Western State, fourth. Tim*'. 1 58 v Broad Jump—Won by Hawthorne, Michigan Normal; Matthews, Michigan Normal, second; Schwartz. Wayne, third; Howard, Kalamazoo, fourth. Distance 23 feet six Inches. Freshman Two Mile Relay— Won by Michigan State (Dohrs. I«uutenschlager. Fehr, Fager), second, Michigan Normal. Time Col. Gabrielson Will Visit Europe For Three Months Sanitorium Wing Nears Completion Accused Murderer Screams and Faints Menominee County MEA Members Urge Measure's Passage NAHMA NEWS Farewell Party Nahma, Mich. -Mrs. Kenneth Carr was the honor guest at a very pleasant, surprise parfy tendered her by the members of the F. W. Good Parent-Teachers' Association on Thursday evening of this week at the high school. Mr. and Mrs. Carr and their daughters Ruth and Donna are leaving Nahma on Saturday of this week for Gre**n Bay where they will establish their residence. Cards furnished the evening’s diversions. There were eight tables of five hundred. First and consolation prizes were won by Mrs. Andrew Krutina and Mrs. William Rauls, respectively. Refreshments were served following the card games. The committee in charge of arrangements consisted of Mrs. Homer Beauchamp, chairman, Mr*. Melvin Druding. Mrs. John Zimmerman, Mrs. George Schwartz, Mrs. Percy Stratton. Bernard Tobin, president, acting for the society, presented Mrs. Carr with a lovely gift as a remembrance of the occasion Poughkeepsie, N. Y., May 15. (IP) Letter Brockelhurst, 2 3, wanted in three states on murder charges, alternately screamed and fainted when guards passed Tiis cell today as an Illinois sheriff planned to question him concerning a fourth slaying. The federal government joined Illinois, Arkansas and Texas today in seeking custody of the alleged "touring slayer” as Sheriff Paul Johnson of Rockford, 111., said he wanted to question him about the fatal shooting of Herman Luhrsen, gasoline station operator at Rockton, near Rockford, last Feb. 12. Menominee, May 15 — Committeemen of the Menominee County Education association, a unit of the Michigan Education association, today outlined their reasons for support of the MKA-sponsored bill to increase state aid to Michigan schools now pending in the state senate. The bill would increase state aid for schools from $38,000.000 for the current two-year period to $47,000.000, an Increase of $9,000,000. The money would come from the state general fund, which is chiefly maintained by the three per cent Michigan sale» tax. J. C. Eldt, R. D. Went and Ferdie Davis of the local high school faculty composed the Menominee county committee urging passage of the measure to increase state school aid. Michigan State Noses Out State College by One Point Fast Tensing. Mich., May 15 <7Pt Three records were broken today as Michigan State college nosed out Michigan Normal by a point to win the 22nd annual state intercollegiate track and field championship. The meet was undecided until the mile relay, last e>K*nt on the program, was run. Before the race Michigan Normal and Michigan State were tied with 4 0 points each, while Wayne University of Detroit trailed with 37. Wayne took the lead in the relay and held the position until the last 100 yards with Western State second. In the home stretch Sherman Ford, ace quarter-miler for th« Teachers, passed the Wayne anchor man. with the Spartans third and Michigan Normal fourth, giving the Spartan team two points to one for Normal and the deciding point of the meet. The time was 3:20.2, a new record. Wayne rolled up 40, Western State was third with 34, Kalamazoo trailed with 5, Olivet 2, and Grand Rapids Junior college with one. A1 Tolmlch. Wayne sprint star, broke the state record for the Escariaba Trucking Concern Is Cited •■vfT By PAI I, MAY Washington, I). C. Charges that, it is violating (he Interstnte Commerce Act by cutting shipping rates on shipments between Illinois, Wisconsin, and Michigan were today levelled against the I; and D Trucking Service, of 511 Ludington Street, Fscanaba. The accusations, made direct to the Interstate Commerce Commission, were filed by the Central States Motor Freight Bureau, representing moro than 600( motor carriers. The Escamaba firm, named with 13 other trucking companies, was alleged to be engaging in unfair competition by making up rate schedules loweT than those allowed by federal law. Calling the assailed rates “unjust, unreasonable, and diametrically opposed to the declared policy of Congress", the complaint said that the charges "produce less revenue than is required to foster sound economic conditions in transportation among motor carriers in the public interest, promote adequate economical and efficient service by motor carriers, and prevent unfair and destructive competitive competition". Revision of the rate schedules is demanded. The Commission now has the complaint under study. NEW SPANISH CABINET WILL BE SELECTED (Continued from Page One) FINED FOR HOMICIDE Ionia. Mich., May 15 </P)—Raymond Bendenbender, 26, of pewa- no, convicted by a jury of negligent homicide in the death of George Burch. 26, was finevl $250, placed on five years' probation, and had his operator’s license revoked for one year. Burch was killed in an automobile accident last January at Portland. WILL show ANTIQUES Detroit, May 15 *f7Pi The second annual Detroit antique show’ will be held May 18 to 22 in the Naval Armory. Antlquo dealers from 12 states have engaged space. ture" near the place where the Hunter was disabled. "The position of the mine," it annifunced, "»fives reason to believe it is identical with that which caused the destruction of the Hunter." Hob Feller Rack With Cleveland , Arm Still Sore Michigan Smothers Illinois At Track N AMED WOW A EDITOR Racine. Wis., May 15 f/P)—Dr. Nicholas Galbonyi, of Detroit, wrh chosen head auditor of the Wls- consln-Mlchigan district of the Woodmen of the World at their convention here today. Port Huron. Mich., was selected for the 1938 convention. Sunday's Special ! WPA TO Organize Orchestra Here All men registered In WPA band work are requested to meet at the recreational center at 10 o’clock this morning. Anyone not registered who on WPA antf who desires to join the orchestra may also attend the meeting. Each member will be paid a fnlary for playing. The object Is to Kive and opportunity for development. It Is necessary to have one rehearsal before the hand can be approved by WPA officials. It is not necessary for band members to live in Escanaba but anyone in the county may join. At the present time, Houghton and Dickinson counties are the only ones having such a band. If enough interest is shown here. Delta county will be the third county in the peninsula to have twch and organization. ALMOND TOFFEE Super Creamed Ice Cream Also other flavors You Can't Beat This VALUE! Amelia May Start Her Trip Saturday I COST AS MUCH AS £lOO LESS ‘ East I^ansing, May 14. (/P)~ The state police retired today from an investigation into fhe death of N. O. Brown. 72-year-old retired farmer from Ithaca, after an autopsy at the Cnlverslty hospital in Ann Arbor revealed he had died of pneumonia rather than as a result of foul play, Lieut. P. L. Hutson of the state police said today. Burbank, Calif., May 15 (/P)— Amelia Earhart’s flying laboratory, in which she plans to span the world, probably will be ready for test flights next week, Paul Mantz. her technical advisor, said today. "If the tests are satisfactory, there is still the weather to consider." said Mantz. "It may be a month before Miss Earhart is ready to take ofT from Oakland, and It may be less." Miss Earhart’s plane rracked up in Honolulu several weeks ago as she was taking off on the second leg of a world girdling flight. It was shipped here for repairs. Won by Western Wiese. Chappell, second: Michigan Michigan Normal !:20.2. (New rec- Mile Relay- State i Bryant, Ford * ; Wavnc State, third; fourth. Time ord >. I'M BIO ANO ROOWV FULL FAMILY SIZE JOSEPH SAYKLLY Ice cubes in 5 minutes ; ; ; foods kept fresh longer .,. low first cost —as much *s $100 lower . . . low upkeep—one filling of ice lasts ordinarily from 4 to 7 days ... these are a few of the many advantages of the air conditioned Coolerator refrigerator. More ■ than 300,000 farm» lies havechanged to this lower cost and For more advanced re- i)ur frigeration. We invite you to try it I I/OW Price*» Bargains you want on Classified Pace. Canning Fruits And Vegetables At Home An up-to-the minute service booklet ready for The Escanaha Daily Press readers offers more than one hundred tested recipes for home canning and preserving. Sections on fruits, vegetables, meats, and chicken. Tells how to make fine jellies, jams, marmalades, fruit butters, and pickles; how to bottle fruit juices and salt down fresh vegetables. This 48-page booklet outlines the latest canning methods discovered in the scientific kitchens of the Federal and State departments of home economics. Order your copy of this aid to household economy today. Enclose ten cents to cover cos t, postage, and handling. 1'ao Tin* Coti|Min FRATERNAL Bill Stewart May Be Hawks Manager Coolerator Kalamazoo, Mich., May 15 (Æ*) Western State Teachers col- |eg**'x tennis team defeated Loyola I'nivei itv of Chicago today, 9 to 0. The Teachers won all matches in straight sets. O. E. S. to Meet A regular meeting of It. C. Hath away Chapter No. 49, O. E. S., will be held at 7:30 o’clock Tuesday evening. May 18, at the Masonic Temple. After the meeting, a practice for the Initiation on Friday, May 21. will be held. All officers are especially urged to be present Chicago, May 15 </pj The name of Bill Stewart, National Hockey league referee-ln-chlef and a member of the National Baseball League umpire staff, v.»s added to the list of reported candidates to succeed (Mem I.oughlln as manager of tho Chicago Bla< k Hawks. Loughlin’s resignation wa* received yesterday by MaJ. Frederic McLaughlin, owner of the Hawks. Others reported as possibilities for tho job are Eddie Shore, Boston defense stiir; Bill Cook, New York Ranger forward, and Emil Iverson. a former manager of the Chicago club, who served as physical supervisor last season. REFRIGERATOR Pontiac, (/p) William Chapman, 1*i, of Fenton, was killed and Joe Eddy, Jr., 16, also of Fenton, injured Saturday when the, automobile in which they were riding struck a pole on a highway curve. 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