Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on February 6, 1933 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX MAY NOT ARISE BEFORE MARCH Kansas and Oklahoma in Virtual Tie for Lead in Big Six Play CBy the Associaifd Prejs.) Conference Standing. • V W. L. Pet. Tp. Op. KartKas 5 1 .833 195 145 Oklahoma 4 1 .800 148 132 Mi-ssouri 2 3 .400 .147- 156 Nebraska 2 3 .400 .138 144 Kar;sa.'^ Stato . .2 4 .333 169 185 lowji Slate ....1 4 .200 112 147 Gainc;s This Week. Moiitlay -T- Missouri vs! Creighton at Omaha. Wednesday—Oklahoma vs. Oklahoma A. & M. at Still^-'ater. .: Thursday—Kansas State vs. Io;j,-a Stare at Ames. • ' Friday—Drake vs. Iowa State Am lis. ! Saturday—Kansas vs. Missouri 'Coliimbin; Nebraska vs. Oklahoma at Norman. Results Last Week. 3i. Nebraska 20. : Nobra.^ka 25. Iowa State 16. XnnKa .s State 35. Missouri 28. Olclahoma 31. Missouri 26. City. Mo.. Feb. 6. .(AP) — ThR IC'SS Big Si.x basketball chaiji- liioii may not be determined.^ as was the case last season, until after t }ie final conference • game early In March. As a result of Mis-souri's two losjs- es away; irom home last week, the (lefrndinf! champion Jay- hawks nind. Okahoma are virtually in a deadlock for first place, al- thdjigh Kansas rates the top positipn with' five victories and one dcfept aKainsi t ic Sooner.s' record of four ancl one.; I' Kansas and Oklahoma play their .second Rajiio of the .soa.son at Law- ri'nce. March 3. and Oklahoma closjes Ihc; camj)ai«n the following night in IJncoin with Ncbra.ska. In their first enccJunii;-r. on the Sooners' own boards in Norman. Kansas: lost to OkUihonia. 23 to 25. Ml.s.^ouri was removed from the challenger class last week by losin'; to State at Manhattan, 28 to 35. and to Oklahoma at Norman SatAirdayUiisht, 26 to 31, despite the fact the irigcrs led the Sooners by 17-;8 at half-time. had little difficulty in defeating the improved Nebraska team 34 .to 20. Nebraska triumphed over Iowa State—the only conference team victorious over Oklahoma—25 to IG. and wound up the week in a lie with Mis.sourt for third place. Kan.sfi.s State, erstwhile occupant of •liist place, now is in fifth, with Iowa State at the bottom. ;Both leaders will see. action Saturday night. Kansas in Columbia aijfiinst the Mi.s.souri Tigers, i whom Phog Allen's Jayhawte beat; 35-27 iif Lawrence, and Okihoma Nebra.ska at Norman. Although the Jayhawks'rate an edge over Missouri the Tigers have a reputation for ticing hard to beat at home. ; The other conference game this week is a last-place dispute between State and Iowa ;State at Amrs. .. ; Three exhibitions arc scheduled. Mis.soiiri plays Creighton at Omaha tonipht. Oklahoma goes to Stillwater for a game with the Olclahoma Aggies Wednesday and Drake invades Ames for a game with Iowa ;State Fi-lday. . COLONY TAKES CHUBCH TEAM Presbyterians Bow to High Schotd I Five in Colony Friday Night The lola Presbyterian church ba.sketball team lost to the Cojony high team there Friday night by 25-22. The score at the half was lied at 11. The Presbyterian Reserves were also defeated by the Colony second team, 24-15. Crammer, Colony lor- ward, and Slack, Pre.sbyterlan center, were high scorers of the second team game, having seven points each. Tlie first team box score: Presbyterians G FT F Bowlus, f 5 0 0 Mclntyre, f .1 1 4 Gilbert, c .0 0 3 Slack, c 0 3 1 McClav. g 2 2 1 Sutherland, g 0 0 1 Totals 8 6 10 Colony G FT F McCoy, f 2 0 2 Jackson, f.. 2 1. 1 Goodcn, f 4 2 1 Townsend, c 2 2 2 Brook.s. g 0 0 2 Tonkin, g 0 0 . 1 Totals 10 5 9 MrXINEERS STEAL A VESSEL Crew Holds Officers in Irons as Protest to Wage Cuts. Bat'ivia. Java, Feb. 6. rAPi— Mutinous native seamen who overpowered their officers and put to sea in .the Dutch cruiser Dc Zeven Provlncien early yesterday, sent out a wireless message today announcing they were heading for Soura- baya. Java, where the vessel would be delivered to naval authorities. "Wc, the ship;s! hands." the mes- sn-re said, "intend' to steam to Sour- abaya. We do not Intend violence, biit will deliver the slilp officially into the,' hands of the commraider the day before we reach Sourabaya. But object is to protest against an unjust wage cut and against the arrest of those ; who protested last week. No one on board has been hurt. On the contrarj^, all are well." Nine Dutch officers and several petty officers were prisoners aboard the vessel. Her position was not known but the entire Dutch East Indiec fleet was searching for her. Aboard the government ; steamer Aldcbpran. was the master of th.; mutinous cruiser, ashore , at the time 'of the mutiny. Should there be an engagement, the cruiser could blow the Aldebaran out of the wa^ ter, but it was assimied from the wireless message that the mutineers intended to allow the Aldebaran 10 come alongside and to turn over the cruiser to itS/ captain. KANSAS BRIEFS fBy the A.ssociated Press, Kansas City, Kas.— Rescue of anl- I mals in distress is a specialty witli ; John Sansone,; Kansas City. Kas. j fireman. He recovered Sweety, a Persian cat from the top of an ice coated telephone pole yesterday, adding the feat to his list of rescues i which now include those of nine icats, three dogs and a cow-. Topeka—Leo; Holmes. 60. was 'foimddead here yesterday, the re' suit, of w-'hat Coroner H. L. Clark said was accidental asphjTciation. A brolhcrTin-law. Luther Smith, founc Holmes dead in his home when he set out to investigate w;hy the latter was late for a dinner engage- rocnt. A small ad in the Classified col- Minins often nuts over H bla deal. Wichita—Mrs. Anna F. Mun^Hey, di<>d here yesterday from injuries received last Novemtwr in a motor car accident near Lyons, Kas. 1 WILLIAM BRAUCHER 'iVIoneyi Matters Y| AYElE-you ca.ii'l get very ex-'^ cited aljnut the plieht of Babe Hiilh f,cing insulted with an offer of ;tr ,o .Oi"iO a year ... a cut of oMc -lhird from liis 1932 silary. . . . Xi 'illKr can T. . . .That 's a lot of money for a few ma 'tiivees r>nf; lik'.' an ocean, every argu- nirui over money ,matters has two .•^iili s . . . anil Kuth'.s rd?e is p^1 . . . the Yankees' profit lor la .st 'i^eason was up i .u six fig- mis. ... They played to some r,ii,0 (io more people than in any iMovious year ... receipts were not up to the boom years, of (•oiMi^e . . . (ho reason being that Yankee Stadinni has more low- priced bleacher scats than any utlier ball park' * • *. Being a Straw Man "JYOW lioro '.s' Mr. Ruth . '. . ' ^ serving GO.000 more clients at hpnie tlian in any of the big money rs . . . and asked to take a per cent slash by a ma.u 'nate who made money in spite of ilic depression. I Xo secret has been made of the f :i(.-t that Until was set up as| a .-;lrau- man . . . to be knocked ilown so that other business -men- hall -iihiyors icould take notice; ... If yon were Ruth, and facing what appeared to be your last year in the big show, liow would yon feclabout beiiig taken for an example? . . . And' on top of (liat unprecedented world series pcrfoi-nvance against the Cubs! No Deal for Babe T>ABE wants all th,e dougli that is coining to him, of course, Iiiit (don 't iMUgli) it's partly the ]))iiuiple of I he thing with him, loo. . . ...Suppose all the other ihil.) owners in haselnill made up a pool of noo . . . and the Coloiu^ltold Hahc to he a nice boy and .--ign a contract for $50,0,00 and he could have:the •$i;5.000 on ihc Hide . . . just a,s a friendly li .-ititnonial, you Know, of his value lu tlie gr .Miid old national pas- J)() you III in 1} liiibe would talsr the 25 grand? . . ..and sign? . .. . Neither do I. . . . For, what the Babe dislikes most about being an example is being an example ... it wouldn't ba squiire to Ihc other ball players . •. . he'd be playing the role ot tliat old hell sheep in the Chicago stockyards who leads his fellows to the slaughter . . . there is none (of that sort of stuff in Babe Ruth's make-up. In more ways than one Ruth has helped every ball player to make more money . . . for 13 years . . . ever since he became the (",reat Man whpn he was sold to the Yankees for ?12u.000 . . . a.nd his color and batting ability brought the game back after the scandal of 1319 . . . he started to draw salaries that would have been thought • fabulous a few tears before . . . the pitchers who struck him out got, too . . .as well as the outfielders who went back to the wall and pulled dojvn his long drives. The annnar basel)all argument became. "If Ruth is worth SSO,- 000. how about me?" . . . and some of the demands were hard for the magnates to answer. . . . Then, an the i-oad . . . the Y^an- kees were a big drawing card wherever they played . . . ppeed- ing up the local turnstiles helped to fatten the local athletes' pay envelopes. » * * Too Much Arithmetic! T AST sunimer. shortly after the •'-'Cleveland Indians had moved 'nto their inew stadium on the lake fronti convenient to the down town Cleveland ofiice and shopping districts . . . the Y'an- kees were scheduled for a series . . . and Ruth was sent homo with what appeared to be appendicitis . . 1 it was estimated that his absence from the four-game serie.s cost the Cleveland team at least $:{5.000 at the gale. Figure that up over Babe's span of ]:) years as the Croat Ma.n ot Swat; .... and it i.s not hard to Ti'alize that ho has a very re- sp^i'liihln arguinent to insert' into ihis rlghalp over luoney matters. THE lOLA DAILY REGISTEB. MONDAY EVENING, P?*EBRUARY 6,1933 CUNNINGHAM THE FLASH Kansas MUer a Jinx to Gene Venzkc When It Comes to Running a Mile Indoors , ' New York. Feb. 6. (AP)—Glenn GJunnlngham, sturdy milerIfrom the University of Kansas, has confirmed his position as personal nemesis to Gene Venzke. the Pottstown, Pa., flyer who holds the world's indoor mije record, and in doing so he probably earned the 1933 award of the Wanamaker trophy, given annually in recognition of the outstanding performance at the Millrose games. Last simuner it was Cunningham who kept the king of the indoor milers, off the TJhited States Olympic team by taking third place in the trj'outs at Palo Alto, Cal. At the Millrose meet Saturday before a howling cniwd of > 17,000, Cunningham gave Venzke another dc-cisive defeat to win the classic Rodman Wanamaker mile in the fast time of 4:13. The nomination, for the maker award today appeared tci lie between Cunningham and Emmett Toppino, 'the New Orleans sprint star who outraced a fine field of dash men, including the speedy C.alifomian, Frank Wykpff, and set a new world indoor record of - 5.7 seconds for tiie 50 meter dash. Wykoff, also making his eastern and indoor debut, came in fourth Ije- hind Toppino, Ed Siegel of New yorJt and Earl Widmyer of Maryland. Wykoff. Bernie McCafferty. Arnold Adams. Joe McCJusk^ey. George Lermond and many of the other stars of the Millrose meet w^U continue their rivalries in, two bir; meets this week, the annual Seton Hall noUe.gc games at Newai -'i: tonight and the Boston A. A. meet at the Boston Garden. EIGHT MEN DIE IN FLAMES TOLA. KANSAS AHLbRED STILL BATTING 1,000 i Boys' Division of Mannaton 'Valley League Headed by High Team Eight women; patients of the RidgecUff Sanitarium in Wickliffe, Cleveland suburb stroyed the hospital building. Firemen are shown searching the^ruins for the bodj] Investigators said tlie blaze may prove to have been incendiary. Still more exciting competition is promised for the big meets that follow the two this week. In'addi­ tion to the stars previously listed Jim Bausch, Olympic decathlon champion from ICansas City, has -sent word that he will come East for the New York A. C. games Feb- runrj- 18 and the national indoor championships February 27. Ha will i be entered in the pole vault, and i .shot put in both meets. • ' \ \ Cunningham left for home yesterday, but will return to run in the Baxter mile of the New YorK A C. games February 18 as well a.i in the 1500 meter Tim of the na- tion.ol A. A. U. BANDIT .SHOT BY A DRUGGIST. Loot Obtained in Grocery Holdup Recovered in Fast Action. Kansas City, Kas., Feb. 6. (AP)— Charle.s Hassig. a druggist, shot and killed art unidentified, man today as he was driving away from a grocery .store after it had been held up and robbed of about $100. The car swerved to the curb and the companion of the man who had been shot, leajied from the machine and ran. He soon was caiptiired by patrolmen. He gave his name as Albert Lee, 28. Kansas City, Mo. Police said two men were identified by Fred Barkofske. proprietor of the store, Joseph Bukovac and T. M. Picketts, clerks, as the men who had robbed the cash register of. the store a few morrients before. • The money was recovered. Dr. James B. Sherry, a dentist, witnessed the holdup as he walked along the street. He told Ha.ssig. who rushed to the scene with a rifle he for hunting. He saw two men d &sh to their automobile and fired at the driver, the bullet passing through his head. SPORTS CLOTHES ELIMINATED. Chanel Says Improvised Costumes Spells Doom, of Ensembles. MT. PLEASANT Feb. 1—Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Manson and sons Voral and Leon were Tuesday evening callers of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Enos and family. Ivlr. and Mrs. George Anderson of lola visited Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Dey and son Alex Monday. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Enos . and daughter.Dolores. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Beaman and Dudley, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bennett, Mr." and Mrs. Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bangs and daughter Vera Lee. Neil and Everett Howard, Lucille and Hershel Everett were Friday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Hoyd Everett and family. Mr. and Mrs. George Peal and son Joe of Pittsburg spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Beaman. Mr. and Mrs. J. Glenn Bangs and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Doty were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Epperson and; daughters of Moran. Pat McCarthy helped Emmet Smith butcher a 700 pound hog last Friday. • Buddy and Delores Enos spent; Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Marison and sons 'Voral and Leon. Mr. and Mrs. Art Kyser and family. Herschel Everett and Everett' Hoard spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. J. Glen Bangs. A. L. spent Saturday with his mother, Mrs; Dcby Hess at Hepler. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Everett visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Everett. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Enos and family spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Beaman and Dudley. • Mrs. Phillip Beaman and Mrs. Brinkmire and son Kile Dean are visiting this week with their brother. Geo. Peal and family. Pittsburg. Howard and Kenneth Inman and Dudley Beaman were Sunday afternoon callers of Donald Savings and C. R. Harrington. Mr. and Mrs. Deloss Anderson and daughter Lena May were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Glen Bangs. P. A. Bcrgsten was given a birthday party Friday evening. Refreshments were served to Mr. and Mrs. Eben Burk, Mr. and Mrs. Oral •Wjeddle. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Dey and son Alex. Mt. and Mrs. Elmer Manson and sons Voral and Leon. iJlr. and Mrs. Jake Hess and A. L. Hess. Therf^ will be a community meeting at the local schoisl Friday. Feb. 10. A good program is planned, also a spelling contest, j Mt. Pleasant students will have charge of the musical service at the M. E. Church Februaiy 19 in connection Iwith the seiTrion by Mr. Williams. AFTER A NEW DISTANCE MARK British Loni OWL CREEK Jan. 30—The District 5 Comriiuh- ity club met Wednesday, • Januarv' 25. with Mrs. Ben Brown with nine members and two children present. The afternoon was spent quilting. Next meeting will be with Mrs. Ben Ellis and daughters. Ben Brown and Jack spent Sunday morning at the Tom Bell home in Yates Center. M I-, and Mrs. Harry Hay, Bessie and Jessie and Miss Emma Brown- rlgg spelnt Sunday at the Brownrigg home, riear Mont Ida. I Mr. and Mrs. Howard Willoughby and Raymond and Mr. and Mrs. CharlcsJ Middleton and Benny, iola, spent slunday afternoon and evening at the Ben Ellis home. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Orth. Mildred and Viiteil spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Wagner. (Mts. Harry Hay. M,rs. Henry Wag- nir and Mrs. Ben Ellis visited school FJ-iday jfternoon. JEmest Orth, Carl Pribbernow and Ciarl Scantlin spient Sunday afternoon with James and Harrv' Hay.- Mr. and Mrs. Howard Willoughby and son Raymond called on Mr. i and Mrs. B.E.'Brown ahd Grand- J ma Bell Sunday afternoon. I died In flames that de- of a possible ninth vistlm. OfEicers Set Out in New •Ranp R. A. Fi Plane. : Cranwell, England. Feb. 6. (AP)-^ In an aticmpt to create a new world record ii^r distance non-stop flight, a royal liir force long-range monoplane piloted by Squadron Leader O. R. Opyford and Flight Lieutenant G. E. Nicholetts tdok off at 7:15 a. m. (2:15 a. in. Eastern Standard Time) for South Africa. Cai>e Town is 6,198 miles from this Lincolnshire town. To beat the present non-stop record of 5,012 miles, rnkde by the Americans, Russell Boardman and John Polando, on a New York-Istanbul flight, the British ijalrmust reach the Vicinity of Zesfo'ntein in British Southwest Africa. International aviation regulations require tbat the record be beaten by at least 62.14 miles. The BHtlsh filers have a "Robot Hlot." o: in their pSO-horsepower plane which relieves they des: was installed. ^hem from piloting when re. A short i^ave radio set automatic control system. MILDRED. Feb. 4-^MUdred's perfect record in the boys division of the Marmaton Valley league remains unmarred following a league game here Friday night with LaHarpe which resulted in a 42-13 victory for the home team. In other league games LaHarpe girls defeated Mildred, 34-15. Elsmore girls defeated Unlontown and Uniontown boys won over Elsmore. Stevenson. LaHarpe ; girl, scored 24 of her team's 34 points against; Mildred. The box score of the Mildred-La- Harpe game: LaHarpe G FT Remsberg. f ;;. 0 2 Livingston, f...: 0 1 •Whitaker, f ....0 1 Nelson, f 0 . 0 Richardson, c 2 I Turner, g J.... .2 0 Barker, g .0 0 Birkes, g ...... 0 ' 0 Clark, g 0 0 Totals .......4 5 Mildred G FT Sinclaif, f 1 I Jefferis. f '. 3 0 N. Hueston, f 2 1 E. Hueston. f 2 0 C. Curley. c .2 0 R. Curley, g 7 1 Eoyer. g 0 0 Hardy, g 0 3 B. Sinclair, f .;., 1 0 Totals 18 6 Referee—^Wellborn, Baker. IMOLLISON OFF FOR BRAZIL English Flier Hopes to Make Long FUght to Natal by SUges. Cancer Specialist Dies. London. Feb. 6. (AP)— Sh- Frederick G. Hallett, noted for his. research ir 'cancer, died today after a long illness. He was! 73. Lympe, England, Feb. 6. (AP)— Capt. J. A. MolUson: noted long distance flier, took off from here at 8:11 a. m. today (3:11 a. m. Eastern standard time) on a 4800-milc flight by stages to Brazil. He planned to reach his goal in three and a half days. Captain Molllson, husband of the famous British aviatrlx. Amy Johnson Molllson, made the only westward solo crossing of the North Atlantic last August. "I shall probably come down and refuel either at Barcelona or Cartagena, Spain, and carry on through the night, heading for Thles, In French Senegal, Captain Molllson said. "I hope to reach there In two and a half days and then start the 3000- mile ocean hop across the South Atlantic to Port Natal;" he added. "Cherio, Amy. I'll be back soon," he said as he ki.ssed his wife before climbing into the plane "Heart's Content." "Good luck, Jim." she replied, and went .over to her plane "Desert Cloud." She took off and accompanied him a short.distance. RIVERS BACK AGAIN Denver; Wrestler to Taclde C^rcek John Ellis, Ottawa, Thursday (Considerable more action - anc^- more eVcnly matched performers^ are promised by Promotei- Mike Cha- ^ coma tor the next wrestling card to b? held in M. W. A. hall Thui-sday night. The card Manager Chacoma las arranged bears out hlS |};tatn- nent, at least on paper, j Jack Rivers, Denver, a rough one wiho wrestled here before this winter, is coming back for a main event bout with Greek John Ellis. Ottawa. Ellis appeared on the card here last week, but had inadequate •;competition. Rivers is counted 6n to keep him on the move, i The match will go to two falls out of three, no lim'it to time. I A match which the local fans believe will be up to par in qliality of entertainment and probably one jof the' best of the sea.son is the scheduled one hour limited jbust between Guy (Bull) Henrj', Chicago, and Orval Cox, Fredonia. "The two vfent after each other for 15'min­ utes and $6.15 here a few weeks ago. The session resulted in a draw, no ifalL The match Thursday is card- led at two falls out of three In an hour time limit. I The show Is announced to begin at 8:15 and the admission charge 25 jcents for men and 10 cents for women and children. i SNOW FATAL TO CHILDKEN. Two Fall Into> a Pond and Drown, i • Father Believes, i j Highland Falls. N. Y., Feb. 6, (AP) r-The joy that new. white snow brings to children meant tragedy to ;the family of Lieut. Godwin .'Ordway Jr., of West Point. , His son Albert, 7, and daijghtcr Margaret, 4, looked out the window ' yesterday and saw shining white- . hcss everj-where. > I "Please, can we go out anc^ iilay in it," they begged, dancing up and down in their I They were permitted to <_'o. and jthev didn't come back. Following jtiny footprints, their father found them drowned in a small i>ond that holds only six feet of water. "Tliey apparently had slipped on -the isnow covered bank. "THEATRE OF THE STARS". TODAY! Matineci 10c-15< AND TUESDAY! A small ad m the Classified columns often ptit.s over a hiir d«>al Illegality has for accomplice who- j ever.spares it by silence. There; is no other beginning of j learning than wonder.—Plato. Examinations are formidable even j to the best prepared, for the greatest fool may ask more than the | wisest man can answer.—Colton. The love of justice in most men ] I K only ithe fear of themselves suf- ; fering hjy Injustice.—Rochefoucauld. | A small ad in the Classified columns often ptits over a big deal. . FOR aw ENTERTArNMENT Paris. Feb. 6. (AP)—"No .iports clothes" is the spring fa.-ihlon edict of Chanel, who'-plnyed a prominent role in the creation' of the .sports clothes vogue after the world war. Declaring that .siwrts now are too much a part of daily life for the I name to figure in the mode, and ' believing that women can improvise sports castumes by the addition of .sweaters, berets, and belts. Chanel showed quantities of simple wool suit,s and various wool blouses and hats. The .suit.s are designed with hip- length jackets. Tlic general "silhouette Is simple and calculated to allow ease of movement, with the skirt seven to ten inches from the ground. Outstanding colors were ^and beige, .yellow brown, violet red. bright green, rase lavender, and blue-red. Coats generally were designed with simple collars 'and scml-fltled waistlines. They often are not buttoned, but merely lieid together. SLEEPY AFTER MEALS? WATCH FOR POISONS A doix;y. tired feeling is usually a sign of bowel praisons. JfiaX breed germs. Get rid of them'with Adler- ika. Acts on both upijer and lower bowels without discomfort.—Wallar's Palace Drug Stores. MOTOR OIL I Gallon ...: 45c 3 Gallons 51.75 Tractor Oil 1 Gallon 50c 5 Gallon S1.89 Guaranteed lOO'c Pure ParafBn Base Ideal Garage :iO N. Washington Phone 174 Ttaey\e Stood the Test o( Time Established 1906 WiUiams Monument Works 301 So. Wash. Iola, Ku.l MATINEE ANY SEAT 10c-15c KELLiSY Showinc the Greater Pictures! NIGHT ANY SEAT 10c-25c ENDS TONIGHT- FREDRIC MARCH CLAUDETTE COLBERT TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY She IMadtt Aviators Keep _ Their Peet en the Ground! 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