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Tuesday, September 19, 1939
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THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. TUESDAY, SEPT. 19, 1939. Orioles Set To Open Football Season Saturday Grid Practice Is Intensified as Local Eleven Prepares for Journey Football drills were Intensified this week at Oriole field in preparation for the opening of LUjdington high school's grid season at Muskegon on Saturday afternoon. At that time, the Orioles -will step into high-class competition when they engage the Reds of Muskegon Central high school. The return of Muskegon as the opening game is like old times to Ludington. For many years the Orioles first tried out their wares against the usually-vastly superior Reds, each time going down to defeat but each time gaining invaluable information on ther own weaknesses. A.A.U. BOXING CHAMPIONS Joe Louis Is Prepared To Defend His Title DETROIT. Sept. 19.—(£>)_ Joe Louis, ready to defend the cham- cises. Reporting an advance sale of $300.000. Promoter Mike Jacobs expressed confidence the fight world's heavyweight pionship against Bob Pastor Wednesday night, has contempt I would attract a gate of at least and hatred in his heart for his j $400,000. A sharp drop in j challenger. I temperature, bringing, autumn Personal feeling rarely has ! chill, caused a measure of ap- played any part in 'Louis' prehension a time in St. Louis and Chicago, took off for Sweden" from St. John's, Newfoundland, last May ,16 and was unreported thereafter. He flew a 90- horsepower, single - motored monoplane with no radio.) Payroll Padders Sent to Prison Wichtoskl of Fountain. Norbert Pieczynski 'has im- Several Players Are Hurt in Two-Hour Scrimmage on Monday GRAND RAPIDS. Sept. 19.— >(/p)—Federal Judge Fred M. Raymond imposed prison sentences today on four men who had pleaded guilty to charges of no ng or asor e- of statements attributed Jacobs, who.calmly went about O fights, but the negro titleholder has no liking for Past9r because to him and his manager, James J. Johnston, since Pastor surprisingly stayed the ten round j j limit with Joe in their battle in the last minute demand for tickets, but that was no worry to Promoter the task of converting Briggs stadium, home of the Detroit Tigers, into a fight arena. , 1111110 Wlbll UUC ill UllCli UU.UU1C | « ! in New York in January, 1937. i ApprOVC 1 Louis is determined to prove ; •«• southern city with an abundant supply of the will to win. Should the Orioles gain a victory over Muskegon, it would indeed be a feather in their hats and gridiron history shows that even the powerful may fall to their supposedly-inferior rivals. It's a long: chance, but win or lose, the Orioles will be breaking Into the season in a grand way. * Workouts have been held each afternoon at Oriole field < since Labor day. A large squad is busy 1 , scrimmaging, passing, punting and running a mad chase for a comparatively few berths on the varsity squad. Competition is keen and several of the veterans, shining examples of grid perfection, are find- Ing It necessary to work constantly to ward off possible usurpers. The game at Muskegon is scheduled to get under way at 2:30 o'clock and will be held at Hackley stadium. AMERICAN LEAGUE - «T W ppt Nfcw York , 99* 43 .697 Boston 82 59 .582 Chicago ." 79 62 .560 Cleveland 79 62 560 Detroit 72 68 .514 Washington 62 81 .434 Philadelphia 52 90 .366 St. Louis 40 100 .286 Today's Games Detroit at Philadelphia. Chicago at New York. • St. Louis at Boston Cleveland at Washington. • Monday Besting Washington 4, Detroit 2. New York 6, St.* Louis 2. Cleveland 9, Philadelphia 2. Only games scheduled. NATIONAL LEAGUE ,W. L. Pet. Cincinnati 88 53 .619 St. Louis 83 57 .593 Chicago -.. 78 65 .545 Brooklyn 74 63 .540 New York 69 69 .500 Pittsburgh 64 76 .457 Bostqn 59 78 .431 Philadelphia 43 95 .312 •. ; Today's Games • New York at Chicago. Philadelphia at Cincinnati. • Brooklyn at St. Louis. Boston at Pittsburgh. Monday Results New York 7-5. St. Louis 2-15. Cincinnati 4-4, Boston 1-5. Pittsburgh 7, Philadelphia 4. Only games scheduled. — Courtesy of Camera Shop Boxers who won titles in the Western Michigan Boxing tournament held last week are pictured in sweaters which they won row. Earl James of of Ludington, O'Neill Bell of Stron- T iirflne-ton team is exnect-1 with the crowns. Reading from left to right: Front asTSff to eo to the! Wood of Stronach, Al Faler of Muskegon and Wyatt IKJUttl, LU gu w l/iic m^i,, Rani, ,,„,„ Ifafl ILni-frk nt T urlin a* nn rVMaill R. Bitely. Back row, Karl ach, Bob Smith of Ludington and Don Cluchey of Luclingrton. Cincinnati Reds Chief Is Baseball Salvager By BILL BONI (Associated Press Sports Writer) When and if the Cincinnati Reds win the National league pennant, a large part of the credit must go to Manager Bill McKechnie's ability to find something useful in players who have been cast aside as useless by other teams. Any way you look at it now, the race in the senior circuit has narrowed down to a contest between the Reds and time. The St. Louis Cardinals still are in there pitching—batting, too, for that matter—but every day the Reds hang onto their 3M- game lead makes the job that much tougher for the Cards. Converts Walters And to help his club hang on, McKechnie has done some surprising things. His prize exhibit, of course, is Bucky Walters, the converted infielder who never really showed his pitching ability until this year. Then Bill picked up Al Simmons for the punch that might be left in his bat; he grabbed off Johnny Niggeling to strengthen his pitching staff for the final drive, and in nis latest move, called in the American association home lun king, Vince DiMaggio, as soon as Kansas City was through the season. Vince won't be eligible for.the World series, but Wise Will figures "he ought to do us some good" before the season ends. Vince played under McKechnie at Boston, but Casey Stengel sent him back to the minors because of his failure to hit. : that Pastor was extremely i lucky to last the ten rounds. ! He is supremely confident of stopping Pastor within five rounds. The champion places this time limit on the duration of the bout even should Pastor attempt to run away from him. The champion said: "I'm going to catch Pastor just as fast as I can. There ain't no use me foolin' around with him. The sooner I catch him the sooner my work will be finished." Wednesday night's battle, scheduled for 20 rounds, will be the first over that route in 25 years, since Jess Willard won the heavyweight crown from Jack Johnson in Havana in 1915. Supposedly, that distance favors Pastor, who is convinced he will out-finish Louis in Heating Plant (Continued from Page 1) ects. The street crew has 50 men, sidewalk crew 14. curb and gutter work 20, Cartier's ANN ARBOR, Sept. 19.—(/PV— Injuries plagued Michigan's football team today and further complicated for Coach Herbert Crisler an already troublesome reserve problem. Latest to be placed on the casualty list were Dennis Kuhn, 207-pound tackle; Al Wistert, 205-pound sophomore guard, and Paul Gannatal, sophomore halfback. Kuhn, a junior, suffered a dislocated elbow which doctors said would bench him for five nnririimr WPA nnvi-nlls: or lUu<lfp U'l padding WPA paviolLs at Miu,ke- c proved his home with a new coat of paint . David Smith has built a milk room to accommodate his large supply. He has increased his herd by three valuable Guernsey cows. Mr. and Mrs. John Knight and family of Manistee spent Sunday with Mrs. Knight's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Sass. Freesoil Mr and Mrs. Cecil Lydic entertained Mr. and Mrs. Harvey gon. .sentenced Noyes, 30, to two were Mclvin years at the tn two . veirs in orison it Lowisbu - piibon ai LitvsibDui Brayton. 31, to 30 din nor Sunday. Maxine Hunt accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Allison Hilden and sons, Gerald and Rox, on a trip to Mu.skegon Sunday, tho i'ederiH Mr> and Mrs. Arthur Bennett unrr\iH I °f Maiiistce were Sunday guests Haioicii , A , . .,, -u- Pr ig, IM, months in the , ... enes of guests Ol Mr. and fpripril npnitonti'irv nr TPTVPII I »* ^^-mva gucoi,;, ui «n. ...•••.. worth Kn s Vnri 5 Rnh P , t n Mrs - Monroe Stanley were Mr. vvoith, Kans, and Robeit D. nilil MrQ Ririnpv uiiHnhrnnrit. Cooper, to two years in Leavenworth. All were placed on an additional five years' probation. Judge Raymond also sentenced James Isaac Cooper and Carter Martin, both of Kovil. Ky.. to six months each at the federal detention farm at Milan, for conspiracy to counterfeit fivc- and Mrs. Sidney Hildebrntult and two sons of Lansing. or six weeks if not for the sea- kent pieces, and Le Gestre Clos- park 10.. and sewer projects 28 j ankle sprain and Gannatal. an men. Part of the evening was spent hearing; various property owners who live just north of where Harrison street ends, who wanted to know what steps would have to be taken to have son. Wistert incurred a severe {son, 42. of Kalamazoo. to 30 months at Leavenworth, for violating; the Mann act. look DiMnPtrin hrnkp in no n r»innh vmteu lie win uut-imisn J-rfJUis .uijviaggio oroKe in as a pmcn u nf ni( , ri»ff>ncivo etui fto,. Mnnrin-.,. or,,* ot,.,,r,u r>,,f oecausc oi ms aeiensive stem hitter Monday and struck out just Bees. w«v TIP iKjpri rn fm- thp ! and experience gained in long- way ne USeu lO IO1 ine|- r fj_.i-f. Q Pocfnr save Tnnle But in spite of that, the > er tlgm ?: . Fastor says L°uis Reds moved a shade nearer the title. .. stmctive defensive gesture. Pastor says he will take advantage befuddle- blows of can easily be bewildered by Thev solit a doubleheader i ^ int l ngl cau , sul S him to miss Boston and the Cardf did his blows ' ' blink his eves and auburn, ana me i/aras uia t nr ,-.,, r ,,.-. viio v. n ,,,ao in on \n likewise against the New York throw - up - h - is hands m an in ~ Giants. That left the standing looking like this: Games To Won Lost Behind Play Cincinnati 86 53 15 St. Louis_.JKL_57_3y 2 13 (X) (X) One game^witrT'New York cancelled. For a while Monday, it appeared the Reds might jack up their margin. That was after they had beaten the Bees 4-1, behind Whitey Moore's six-hit flinging while the Cards were losing to the Giants, 6-2, on Cliff Melton's good pitching in the tight spots and a three-run homer by Tom Hafey. Major League Leaders Reds Are Beaten But in the second sections of those twin bills Cincinnati fell afoul of some fine relief hurling by the Bees' George Barnicle, and lost 5-4, and the Cardinals let loose with their heaviest guns to bury the Giants, 15-5. Biggest gun in the barrage was | Johnny Mize, who drove in four runs with a homer, double and three singles. With the Dodgers and Cubs, rivals for third place, idle, the only other National league game saw the Pirates trim the Phillies, j 7-4, in a contest marked by the j extension of Paul Waner's hitting streak through 19 games, j In the American league, things | went back to normal as the tail,end St. Louis Browns bowed to i the Champion New York Yan- of that momentary ment with offensive his own. Pastor, idle slnle last Thursday in an obvious etfort to gain weight, breaks camp at Brighton today to move into the battleground. He will hide away in a hotel here until time to weigh in. Manager Johnston said that Pastor, in refraining from boxing, was merely following a custom of a long rest period before a fight. The challenger has done no boxing for five days but has continued his daily roadwork and light gymnasium exer- a street dedicated there. Christman said he would into the matter. Three building permits were passed: Anna Gebhardt to construct a dwelling costing $200 on St. Paul street. Free Methodist church to construct a $300 garage on North Robert street and Bertha Baumgartner, a $200 garage at 207 South Washington avenue. W. H. Wolfe, 909 South Washington avenue, was granted permission to take off the siding on his house and cover it with paper and sheet metal. Discuss Welfare Peter Madison and Mr. Pell, who attended a meeting of the state welfare commission at Kalamazoo last week, discussed various phases of the meeting' and the new welfare set-up outlined there. injured knee. All of the injuries were suf- i fered during: a two-hour scrim- j mage. Crisler's only comment j on the injuries \vas that "such j things happen," but loss of j Kuhn and Wistert, hurt for it is Mr. at their positions that Michigan is weakest. Crisler immediately sought to Bennett School School Opens Bennett school be^an on Tuesday, Sept. 5. with Miss Evelyn Rasmussen of Cedar as teacher, with an enrollment of 15. Henry Nicmier i.s the only bo- and Eva and ginner and Eva fill Kuhn's post by moving Reu- (Robert Kran are Eighth ben Kelto across the line to right tackle where he will alternate with Robert (Flop) Flora, and Ernest Zielinski in relieving Bill Smith of the varsity. Wistert's absence leaves only Jack Butler, and Forrest Jordan attending; high .school from this district are Harold Jacobson and Lorraine Bennett, -students attending Scottville high: Lucille Battigo to Manis- lee high and Raymond to Freesoil. as substitutes for Ralph Fritz at > left guard. At right guard, how- ; ever, Crisler has Milo Sukup. ; Frederic Olds, and two sophomores, William Melzok and Ar- ' thur Paddv. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Hanson of Amber were Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Albert. "Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. John Lashuk .^nd son. Jerry, returned to their home in Niagara Falls Tuesday. Monday's scrimmage followed , sept. 12. after being uue.sts of a morning drill devoted princi- ; Mrs. Lashuk's brother. Joe Ve- pally to defense and new plays tiicki, and other relatives in and and again featured the play of around Freesoil. Halfbacks Tom Harmon Paul Kromer and Fullback •v'KIWKIM MOTOR TO TEMPERATURE TODAY AT 11:00 Weather Forecast l.owpr MirliiRan — Ci'iu'rally fair tnnis'ht anil \Vi'dHfs(l:iy. No I so cool tnnlglit. Somewhat «;mnrr \VodiH-Ml.iy in smith |M>r- tion. RADIO HIGHLIGHTS Key station of each network la listed In the programs. The Networks: WEAF—WTAM, WTMJ, WGY, WLW, WSM, WMAQ. WOOD, WWJ. WJZ — WLS. WTMJ, WMAQ, WXYZ, WLW, WOOD. WABC—WJR, WHAS, WBBM. .,_,.. , , .. , ,, t Westfall was kept in the first- Mr Pell read a letter from the | t h backf ic hl because of a board of engineers for rivers ... showin" in and harbors of the U S. War j SCI . immuge . Moving up with him department, stating that three, u » R » ' Suk an public hearings will be held in t t d , >downriclcl blocker, regard to small craft havens lor h apparently has ousted Olds which monev will soon be ^P-I f or the tin"" propriated. The hearings will be j _ at Duluth, Minn., on Oct. 2: at|pi, lp T a Chicago on Oct. 3 and at Buffa- ! ^ 1UC is > lo, N. Y., on Oct. 4. and; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Gajcski Bob land little son. Jerome, of Muske- IROM, .spent, the week-eiid at the I home of Mr. Gajeski's mother. : Mrs. Agath.t, ami her last Saturday's , parents. Mr. unel Mrs. Vincent I HOUSK SIDING— Why not put a sidini; on your home that will forever. The new J-M SIDING isn't expensive. Ixtt us quote you on your home. TTIK LITD1NGTON LUMBER CO. For Correct Time Phone 99 LYRIC TONK;HT. 7:oo-9:on ,'50c and lOc to Missing Flyer STOCKHOLM, Sept. 19.—(/I Commissioners discussed the matter of sending someone to the Chicago hearing but no ac-1 __ A pencilled message in a tion was taken. Possibility of. D ottle washed up on the Nor- Ludington securing an appro- | W egian coast provided a se- priation for development of a iquel today to the disapptur- harbor of refuge depends to ajance of Charles Backman, 27- I great extent on results of the |year-old Swedish flyer lost on I hearing. |an attempted trans-Atlantic j (solo flight last May. A customs officer at the Swedish-Norwegian border re- In Justice Court CALL LETTERS rtND KILOCYCLE FREQUENCY CKLW 840, KDKA 980, KFAB 770, KFI 640, KMOX 1090, KOA 830, KYW 1020, WBBM 770, WCFL 970, WBAL (By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) AMERICAN LEAGUE Batting—DiMaggio, New York, .386; Foxx. Boston. .358. Runs—Rolfe. New York, 133; Foxx, Boston, 131. Buns batted In—Williams. Boston. 133; DiMaggio. New York, 122. Hits—Bolfe, New York, 203; Keltner, Cleveland, 182. Doubles—Bolfe, New York, 46; Williams, Boston, 40. Triples—Lewis, Washington, 18; Mc- Co«ky, Detroit, 14. Home runs—Foxx, Boston, 35; Greenberg, Detroit, 29. $tolen bases—Cose, Washington, 50; Pox, Detroit, 21. Pitching—-Sundra, New York, 10-0; Donald, New York, 13-3. NATIONAL LEAGUE Batting—Mlee, St. Louis, .351; Med- wlck, St. Louis, and P. Waner, Pittsburgh, .333. Runs—Werber. Cincinnati, 103; Hack »nd Herman, Chicago, 101. Buns batted In—McCbrmlck, Cincinnati, 117; Medwlck, St. Louis, 106. Kite—McCormlek, Cincinnati, 187; Medwlck, St. Louis. 183. Doubles—Slaughter, St. Louis, 47; Mlee, St. Louis, 4i. , Triples—Herman, Chicago, 16; Goodman, Cincinnati, n. Home runs—Ott, New York, 27; Mlee, St. Louis, and Camllll, Brooklyn, , Stolen bases—Handley, Pittsburgh, WrHack, Chicago, is. pitching—Derringer, Ctncinrfctl. 22- 7j Wyatt, Brooklyn, 8-3. * M«-—Manuel Oortez, Jexloo, defeated Bobby Wheeler, altlmore, two of three falls. 7OIC0 Mftfid-—'BUI Boyd 185 Cork, outpointed Joe O'Gatty, 189. C, N. J, BOXING outpoin > (I). K e P ou 152V4, Tony n y LaBalle, inted Steve Junior, 138 V*. Oeorge Zen- Baer, 213. world heavy' out Babe 'U8%, Ohl- I3U4, V^Buddy Knox. ••" itM Freddy JWJ, - xsw. m, Ludington Industrial bowling league is all set to start the season next Monday. At a meeting held Monday night at] the Ludington Recreation alleys 12 teams -were selected and the schedule for the first week of bowling revealed. The 12 teams chosen are; Ludington Recreation, Rotary, Nelson's Service, Eagles, Weyenberg, Willoughby, Hansen and Peterson Auto sales, American Laundry, Park Dairy, Scottville Rotary, Gas Corp. and Moose lodge. The same rules and by laws that governed the organization last season will be in effect this year. The teams will bowl a 99 game season. Handicaps will be figured on the same basis as last year with all teams starting from scratch every third of the season. The Industrial league will bowl on Monday, and Tuesday of every week. Wednesday is for the Commercial league and Thursday and Friday for the ladies and inter service-club matches. Following is the Industrial league schedule for next week: Monday Nelson's Service vs. Weyenberg. Rotary vs. Weyenberg. Hansen and Peterson vs Recreations. Tuesday Gas Corp. vs. Eagles. Scottville Rotary vs. American, Laundry. Park Dairy vs. Moose lodge. Lady bowlers also met Monday night to discuss the coming season. With more girls interested in bowling than ever before tentative plans call for th league to consist of 10 teams this year. "We're fairly certain there wil be 10 teams In our league," Rosi Kobetich, league president sali this morning, "but at the pres ent we don'J; know yet just which teams will make up the league. The girls league plans t start bowling the first weejc ir October. . 1060, ..,.,- i tVCCO 810, WABC 860, WKAR 850. Brownies to five hits, and Joe WDAF eio. WEAF seo, WENR aio, Gordon made victory No 99 sure i W GN 720, WGY iso. WHAM iiao, WHAS i able to pay both were commit- bv clouting 20 ' wao l<m ' WIBO 57 °- WJJD 113 °-' - J *~ «"'' f "- 1n ''"••"• ported finding the message, j | which he said bore Backman's ' ~~~ I name and told of a crash in Two CCC Camp Walhalla 'mid-ocean. The writer said he youths, both under 21 years of j would be lost, if no help came age, pleaded guilty when ar- j within three clays, raigned before Justice Lester' Blodgett on charges of simple larceny. One of the youths was arraigned Monday afternoon, the other this morning. Justice Blodgett fined each $10 but assessed one costs of $15.10 and the other $5.55. Un- v&SSe. two men on. The Cleveland Indians dusted ff the Athletics, 9-4, and thus Irew up even with the idle Chiago White Sox in third place, ohnny Allen, though touched or ten hits, won his ninth game, n the other engagement, Wash- ngton's Dutch Leonard hung up Sfo. 19 with a seven-hit, 4-2 rimming of the Detroit Tigers. BOWLING v ,'~ p" W 7th 820 ' %VHO 1000 ' WIBO 570 ' WJJD 113 °- nomer witn i WSM 650 WJR 750 WJZ 760 I WLS 870. WLW 700, WMBI 1080, WKZO 590, WMAQ 670, WOOD 1270, WOW 590, WOWO 1160, WSB 740, WTAM 1070, WTIC 1060, WKBZ 1500, WTMJ 620. (Eastern Standard Time) I NEW YORK, Sept. 19.— ' ed to jail for 10 days. Upon their release they will be given 24 hours to leave the i )«< county with an added penalty of 60 more days in jail if they do not comply. They were charged with Speaking on "Celler Answers ; stealing personal clothing from ; * Borah," Rep. Emanuel Celler, j various members at the cam-p. New York Democrat, will reply sheriff's department arrested j >»< A mixed team of Ludington bowlers defeated a picked Big Rapids team in the first intercity match of the season. The judington margin, over the ,hree game span, was only 17 pins. Trailing by 68 pins at the enfl of the second game, the lUdington bowlers put on the pressure and (trimmed their opponents by 85 pins in the final game to amass a total of 2,512 pins to Big Rapids' 2,495. Lather was high for the locals with 532 total. "High man or the evening was Morgan of Big Rapids who bowled ames of 207, 171 and 197, for a total of 575. Safoulis of Big Rapids had 558 including a 204 game. High for a single game was Sack of Big Rapids with to Sen. Wm. E. Borah's appeal last Thursday for retention of the arms embargo provision of the neutrality act in a 15-minute broadcast on WJZ-NBC at 6:45 tonight. MBS reports broad- I casts of the first two games of I and the world's series October 4 and 5 have been set for 1:15 p. m. one of the youths this morning and the other Monday. jrreesoil Halberg of Scottville Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Tubbs and son, Bobby, made a trip to Midland Sunday. <Backman, who had lived Robert Nia Clorii CUMMlHJSS'GREY'JEANrj lluic'l OM ii Menf Biulil Bondi • Vitginia ERHOL-.MacBRI TONIGHT: European Sched- ule—WEAF-NBC 6:15 and 11; WABC-CBS 7:55 and 9:30; WJZ- NBC 6:45 and 9. WEAF-NBC—7 Johnny Presents; 8:30 Fibber McGee; 9 Di.s- I trict Attorney; 9:30 Uncle Waiter's Doghouse. WABC-CBS— 7 Edward G. Persons seeking a divorce in Cochin China need merely break a pair of chopsticks in the presence of witnesses. iy The ideal lobster for eating i.s|>»J the eight-year-old one which £< weighs about one and one-half >»J pounds. No Crowds In The Afternoon You women bowlers have n real break! You can bowl afternoons, when there are no crowds and alleys are always available. You'll enjoy this healthful recreation. Get up a party for afternoon bowling! SMITH'S RECREATION KOZY TONIGHT AND WEDNESDAY 210. Big Rapids Denslow 143 Sbper 166 Safoulis 155 Morgan Sack .. .207 .134 129 171 204 171 210 146—418 107—444 199—558 197—575 156—500 Totals ... 805 885 Ludington Hawley ..... 166 Vogel Meyers Cronenwett. 188 Lather 160 .148 127 146 174 169 ,167 171 805 2495 154—466 186—508 188—484 167—522 195—S32 Totals 795 827 890 2512 The sound waves from African tom-toms travel over 1,000 feet a second, or ai miles in a.bqut a minute and a hall. • ." Robinson Big Town; 7:30 Walter O'Keefe New Series; 8 We the People; 8:30 Bob Crosby Swing; 9 Hal Kemp Orchestra. WJZ-NBC—6:30 Fables in Rhythm; 7:30 Information Please; 8 Artie Shaw Orchestra; 8:30 Story Time; 9:05 Howard Coonley on "American Industries' Position on Peace and War." MBS-Chain—7 Green Hornet; 8:30 Success Session. What to Expect Wednesday: European Schedule — WEAF- WJZ-NBC 7 a. m., WEAF-NBC 11 a. m. and 4:15 p. m.; WABC-CBS 7 a. m. and 5:30 p. m. WEAF-NBC—12:45 Let's Talk It Over; 5:15 Malcolm Claire fStories. WABC-CBS—10 a', in. It Happened in Hollywood; 4:15 p. m. Of Men and Books. WJZ- NBC—11:30 a. m. Farm and Home Hour; 1:30 p. m. Yom Kippur Program. MBS-Chain—2 Marriage License Romances. Some Wednesday Short Waves: GSF GSD GSB London 6:30 Finest Stories in the World; HAT4 Budapest 7 Choir of Workmen; PCJ Eindhoven 8:25 Netherlands Salute. For finest flavor and first quality, insist on BEER — a grand old brew now available in two brand new containers. IF IT'S MILLER BEER IT'S GREAT BEER I Millet Beer {a STEINIE Bottles Miller SELECT Beer In cane trade marked KEGUNED FOR SALE AT YOUR FAVORITE DEALER AXEL JOHNSON 404 8, James St. Phone 40 '^Cartoon, Toyland iCasino, Stranger Than Ficlioin." Matinee Wednesday, 20c and lOc. Nights, 25c and lOc.

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