Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on January 6, 1928 · Page 6
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Iola, Kansas
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Friday, January 6, 1928
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; - PAGE ST. LOUIS IN RUNNING FOR Major Golf Tourney of Cardinal Crew Has Team Which WonTTitle - For 1926 CHANGES ARE FEW Only Orie Trade!Is Made During Winter by Management St. I J O U I S . Jan. C. (AP)—Cardinal pennant prospects depend largely on the aWIIty of players who were Injured or suffered a slump last tieason to return to the torm which look them to a world 's championship In 1926. . With exception of Rogers Hornsr by, traded to the Giants., and Ullly "Southworth. sent to miariage Syracuse, virtually all lh4 champlon- 'Shlp team will roiwrt to training camp this spj-lng- , ' The only trade tJils winter was one which sent Pitcher Jlmiiiy Hlng and Catcher Johnny Schultp tQ the PhllH In return for Short- Hiop Jlmlny Coouey, outfielder, . John ^lokan ami Catcher Clarence ' Jonjiard. >fanag^r IJIll / McKwhnfe will -havo a trust worthy pitching staff headed by Cirovcr Cleveland Alexander, hero of the 1926 series, JpFse Haines and Willie Sherdel. He alsq will have Fred Frankbouse who won six games In seven^starts last fall, Flint Rhem, Arthur Reln- . hart, Tony Kaufinann. Carlisle Littlejohn; and Herman Bell. Rhem slumped last .season but hopes to regain the stride which made him one of the regular starters : two seasons ago. . Dob O'Fari^ell. relieved of his managership worries and rapidly recoverinj; from his thumb Injtiry, 'will go behind ihCj bat regularly. He was given the jleague 's "most West On in CaUforhia ,— \ '•• I J O S Angeles; Jan. 6.' (AP)—The major golfing classic of the west— the LoB Angeles $10,000 openT toui*- nament—^today di,ew a colorful fleld of 12S Into, action on the abilltir testing course of the Wil-' shire country cJUb here in the ffrst 18 ho1« lap of the 72 hole drive. The tournament, a three-day affair, with $3,5Q0 at ?Uke for the winiier, «411 continue tomorrow with another 18 hole round, with the low 64 scbreis ami ties for the first two days play entitled to enter the 36-hole championship flight Sunday. j'^ .Upon the shoulders of "wee" Bobby Cruickshank of the Progress club. New York, rested the responsibility of defending the title he won!last year. Tlte favored field found youth ranked with veterans. THE lOLA DAILY R1!GISTER^ FRIpif #\ ROCKY MOIJI^AIN FIVES 1 N RACE WITH G. JANHABY .8; 1928. !ATS lOLA HIGH OFF TO talE FOR FffiSTJlCTORY Team Meet^ Pardons In Opening League * Encounter M luln : lilt'h school's liaHkothall squad will swing into action, tonight against the Parsons Jhinh \ Fchool team on the liirgc ParsoiiH I court In the first leaRUo naiw of' the; year. Conch Floyd Smith took j nine of his men with him. leaving I the other eight to play In the high . school Junior hl?h scTiool, game. ! The squad maklns llie Parsons • • i I SOONERSARE FAR IN LEAD OVER VALLEY Oklahoma Cage Wins Last Night Offlowia OTHERS Missouri. Kansas i x ^ss* And Washington Are Next in Linle Quintet TRAILING Aggies AP)—The had smooth pios, the ted Iowa ular play Captiiin John ("P.rJck son. Trombold and Hubbard arc doing their first year's work on first line regulars. Wagner. Severns. Malone and Hall were all Hreedcn (left) is the ace of the Montana State College Bob! po-it last year's victory ih tlie Rocky .Mountain Conferencfl basketbal season just ^tilng under wajl C»p- uin Forfi'.st Phelpo (riBl(t I lealls. Colorado (lollegc. las' vear's runner-up. Both ar« Ruards: second team men fvear. j The Parsons ganie is always ono i oj" the hardest ganies of the se:i- E. valuable plaver" awh.rd year before .son for lola, and for the last two NEWS EVENTS OF HUMBOLDT last. He will H P assisted by Frank seasons, all encounters between the Gibson, a veteran purchased from two teams have resulted 'in victor- ' thb Braves, and Virgil Davis, a ies for th» Parsons crew. i youngster drafted from Buffalo. This ye^r the team is hopii-g-to Joonard has been shipped to'Hous- I get off to a better start and win ton. .1 K. Kn^x'll Hies in Suit Lake (Hy-fHlirh Scliuol Present.s Koarlh Lyceum .Nunilter; (Franits (ulvcri HL\MUOM)T. Jan. '..—Word has its first conference game. The high ?'"•'•'V'f f school students were p:annlng a;'Jr- ^> H- R-is.sclI. formerly of this rousing send-off for the men. 'ciiy. at lii.s home in Salt Lake ("it.v. The probable starfinR lineup at itah. Mis d.-aili occurrod Tue.s- tnred last June, is fully recover- P-irsons tonlglit is: Trombold antli,|.,y „i;.i,| .ijiniukry ;! The I KH I V ed and will return to the shortstop';I>onald8on,^f6rwards: O.jVU-Culre. ^.jjl « Infield prospects were brightened greatly with the news that Tommy - Thevenow. whose angl^ was frac-j iwsition at which he starred in the 1 center: Round and Hivbba-nl, "«• "t l>''rc for Imrial and i •1926 pennant drive. (guards. wi'l arrive ttimorrow noon. Mr.s. I ;• Besides Cooney. Heine Schiible, I In the home game, wTiicli will !»> K. R. Russell and .Mrs. Fred Stew* "Walter .MaranvlRe and George Top- I a prellmlnarv to the. Colli-se of art. of Salt l.ak.- City, wife and, the State Asricultural college at OAKLAND (Liiella Montgoiiiery) Jan. v.. -Come to the; community meeting and pie .supper at Oakland school house Tuesday evening. Jan. 10. Special numbers on the program will be 'a baritone horn solo by .Mr. Lindquist and songs by the male quartet from .t'hanute. .Music by Oakahd or- jchestra. Program committee: .Mrs. I Luru Burrows, .Miss KIsie Squire, .MLss Katie Saas. .Mr. aiiU- .Mrs. Kriink .McFarren, jr.. and .son Kent enjoyed .Sew Year's day with .Mr. and .Mr.s. F. .McFarrcii and .Miss .N'ellie Turner of iho_ Star Cafe in Humboldt." L. li- Burrows wlio is teaching in orcer are' available for shortstop. ' !. .With Jimmy 'Bottomley at first and the fast Frankie Frisch' as Warner, 0km.. spent the holidays with his mother, .Mrs. I.,ura Burrows, and other relatives here. School opened .Monday, January J2. after a week's vacation. Wc are Emporia rrserves-Iol.-i junior <'ol-;,,„„^.,„,.,._ ,,,.eea.sed, will be lege game, the high sclwol .-econds ;, ' , •• , wilt meet the first string from thei'"': "urial. local jniiior hl.^h school. The! B- K- ^Vlse left this week for Hornsby's worthv successor at sec-I probable starters for the high I nullanapolis, Ind., to attend u con- on.l, third base Is the only infield I school are: Elliott, forward: Mc-vxntion of paint dealers which lsi„,_,, ,„ „.„„., , K,.hninr Vnoi PosiUonhiuch in doubt. It l ,elongB Cla>'^ or Funk, forward; Phillips, j b-lnK held .here. Mr. Wise travels «• h at Oak to Lester Bell if he can snap out center; Breckenrldge and McCar-! for a well known paint manufac-;'/''^''^P''' "!> ai WBK- ty. guards. Nelson and Howell will, taring company, and makes Hum- ' also suit up. 5 boldt his headquarters. i Miss Kathleen Hamni. wlio has RISING STAR I'wen visiting at llii! home ... her < Jan. 3.-Thc extreme cold wea- P ^^r'^iM'!*;-^r'*"- of his last season's slump. The regular outfleld probably will be composed of Ray Blades, Chick Hafey and Taylor Douthit. if they return to their old iform. L.TSt season Blades was ovX because of eye trouble and Douthit suffered a slump from his championship form. CENTRAL AVENUE -Jan. a.—Mr. and Mrs. Henrj- Xordt and Violets spent Wednesday with Mr. and "Mrs. Ed N'ordt anjd family. -This, vicinity to Mrs Baker in Mrs. Peterson •xtcnds synipall^y the death of her husband. Mr. Bdker, who passed away last Thursday evening. returned honu turned tliis week to Ann Arl)or, tier work as »u- tlier is hard on livestock, especial-,.,. , , . ,IV following such springiike f:^TlirW dormitory at ' Ihcr as Thursday of last ! M'.' .1''/ ' d.,rmltorj at, Bright sunshine nuikes it some.; *"'V''''*'" ^ warmer anyway ' Miss EniilanaAchfer'returned to Christine Hardy took part In a'^Vichita tliis week after having! piano recital' at the Presbyterian, several days here with her church In Moran Friday afternoon I P"'-e"l«- I^- '^«--J'- given by Miss Mablo Ford's pu- t< i". , - ... pjlj, T . I The fonrlli number of llie Hiim- Miss Lula Snyder and Mr Clare''""'''t I'Vcenm cours.-will he given Wilson were married Saturday I Saturday ; eveniuK Sunday evening after having been j with her daughter, Mrs. Anderson of Moran, who h^s been very sick weeks. Paul Lassman's spent Saturday tor the past' two John Franklin'i -^nd Art Raish's night at Elmer- "hiomas's. Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell called at Churches' Monda.v. Miss Edna Lash spent Saturday nlgh^ and Sunday with Mrs. Geo Xlotzbach and. family. Vern and Ethel Peterson vIsItiMi - Thursday evening with. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brinkman.^ \ Mr. and Mrs. John Fiianklin and J„ N. spent Tuesday afternoon witli .Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Franklin. Miss Margai^et .N'ordt has been very sick the past week The doo- - tor wa.s called for her Wednesday Mr. Chtirchill and. Alvls. Mr Vcmie Huss called at Churches' Wednesday. * Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brlnkman spent Monday at the parental J}rinkman home.- Mr! and Mrs. Henrj- Nordt and Violet speiit Wednesdaj* evening with Art Ralsh'.s. at the high Detember 24. Congtatnlationli" and'st''""' :'"<i'torium. This attrac- best wishes arc extended by their, t'OQ,« a tnnsical concert by: the many friends. The bride received '^rteils IXckson Company. T^''^ i „„,„„„,, .fHends! enioved the nro- her erade school education in onr'P''ogram will be composed of vocal i'^""^ anri menas enjo>ed tne pro- ner graqe scnooi euucaiion m ourj' j..^,„,,,„•,. _,„i ni-mn gram and Christmas tree at Oak- district and is a graduate of c the if >»LV'''*':iS^r."!*\L\""!"'! ./?,"•?. .'^^^^ Fridhy evening, December 23. land. Ferd Palstring and family have moved from Scotland district to I'his father's farm here; Will Puckeit helped the Grange Supply ;('o. invoice .Monday. Miss .Marcia Squire who is attending Kansas universiiy, spent a two weeks vacation with home folks, John squire and family. •Mrs. Lura Burrows, Miss HalTlc Burrows and Lilburn Burrows spent Christmas with Lewis Burrows and family in Newton, Kan. Mr. and Mrs. George Baker and family have moved to Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. Will Shears havo rented the farm vacated by George Baker. j An appreciative crowd of par- r 'adal Peter- trip .should put up| a good game If the °"o '^^lvTasketban le °°erm*Srfor ! 1?'^ '""T" H' «n «e?> nxlike theiV i'onfercVce co '^RchTng"debutrwith" u(air Unlvers- lola whb wilLbe In tonight's game, j <-"'"ra .lo respectively. . ! • • ^ ^ ' though Round and McGuIre were i ~~ ^ good first Firing reserves last sea- | ::at8, who hop^ to re- NEWSNOTES i OF GAS CITY Cliurrh -An|io|unce.ment <i— IW T . and yfrs. y. hi VeJslo Callers at Sherman Ilickerson's^ Kansas City, Jan. C. Oklahoma Sooners toda^ firmer grip on first place In the Missouri Valley conference basketball percentage column by virtue Of three straight wins iver Iowa rivals. Displaying the samf passing attack used to pile up wide margins over Grinneir a|nd Drake in two pre-hollday ga; Soonera last night iniilsl State Into the season's tl by trouncing the Ames s<tuad 51 to 32. This left the Sooncirs at the top with three wins' and| no losses, with .Missouri, Kainsds Aggies and WasMugton next in line with one victory and no defeats. Feeding the ball to Hoft, towering Sooner center, agalf> proved succesafnl. He picked the ball from the upper air Iane» and dropped it into tb« basket llj times to account for 22 points. The Oklahoma Aggies, who also beat Grinnell last nionih, [repeated at the northern city last night with a, 42 to 38 victory. This} put the aggies in second place with two wins and one defeat. Wright, Aggie forward who was tied with .Meyers of Drake for individual scoring' honorsv made eight field goals to boost' hl» total from 33 to 49. ' The Sooners shift from Ames to Grinnell tonight while the Aggies take pn Drake at Des Aloines. The champion Kansas Jayhawk^rs meet Washington at Lawrence ; to complete tonight's valley slate. The Bears trimmed Nebraska in their only conference start this season while Kansas lost to the Kansas Aggies. Tomorrow night, Oklahoma meets Drake at Des ^loines, -the Oklahoma Aggies play Iowa State at Ames. •MJssouri faces Nebraska at Lincoln' and Washington engages the Jvansas Aggies at Manhattan. *fiiiH>i She worked i'"'f""''- This number will keep up, , „ , ^ . nt K iorado S^Wncs ^Mx standard of performance I J<>>'y ol'l: Santa Cans arrived m ep^tvea1-har,e!n t'-^l Preceding numbers have | Ine time; to give the treats and if , liid I presents to the children, who Mildred jhigh school, for some time Mo., but for the at her home here. The groom is working at Chanute w^here after a few weeks they txpcct to ni3ke their home. • Mrs. Voung is suffi^ring froiii '>a severe cold. Luna Mae Curley spent the weekend with her aunt, Mrs. Hank Mc- Adiims of Mildred. Mrs. Maggie Voglesoug is making ••'n indefinite visit with her sister Mrs. Tom Kimzey. Mr. and Mrs. Corbin Snyder arc visiting the lalter's sL^ter. Mrs Otis.Zornes and famil.v at present Christine Hardy visited with Violet Dean of Mildred from Saturday until Monda.v and also spent Tues- d.iv night with Annis I^ewis. Viola. Lloyd and Luna Mae Curley are stayinc vith ih«-ir erH'>d- parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cnrley In order to be nearer school during j the cold weather. School opened .Monday after n (Mrs. L\. F . Holten) . GAS CITY, Jan. .5.—Mr. and Mrs. Will Wood;were dinner guests at the borne of Mr and .Mrsi A. F. Holtf'n and: Grandma Holtefi Wednesday. 1 Little El^npra Miller of' near Elsmore ^pent week visiting hei grandntothcr, .Mrs. Jennie Tipple. 'I • . •Mr. and Mrs. LoHlie Bcedi(ig mo- »ored to Bush City Thursday to visit the latte'r's ig-andmbtbi^r. .Mr. Arthur Beediiig accompanied them and from there he will go- on to Parker, Kaijs.j on ' .Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Vezle Sf lola were callers' "Tbursday at tljd home of Mr. and ;iMrs. Sherman picker- son. Services it j the M.. E. irhurch: Preaching at 9:45. Sunday'schoq) at 11:00. Epworth League at 7:00 p.~ m. Ever>fl>ody la welcojne to these services.! ., ! Sunday scbobi, at 9:45. Preaching at 11:00. Preaching a^ain at 7:30 at_Chui^h|of God. All ftre invited to these -iJervlces. Not much ne |W» this week ras the weather has been very disagree- 1 home in Kansas City. Humboldt High Plays • Chanute Five T6night •Humboldt. Jan. 6..i,(Specia(l)—The Chaniute high school basketball team wiir Invade Hjimboldt-tonight !t<i meet the local high school five. •Both first and second team' games played, tlie preljrainary starting at 7 o'clock. Humboldt was defeated 26 to 13 by the 'alumni In the first game -. r'„^!lv%M*« :. of the season. Chaiiute hag played | LnampiOn IS r avOniC II, five ganles, winning thref. Cha- niite has a victory over Fredonia and.two over Cherryvale. FVedonia aitd Neodesha have won frojn Chant}te. • , •Fronk is ;the only. I^tterinan on C6ach Phares's team at Humboldt. WILL PLAY J .C. HAM IN CLASH College Boys Ready For Opening Game In lola i LOMSKI AND LOUGHRAIIIN TITLE FIGHT IVO Fifteen Round Tonight FIRST TIT1LE BOUT Challenger Is Infighter And Has Stout! Heart The loss of tall guitrds wi!l prob- j (hiiiUnscr. abiy be keehilv felt by tjie lolii teatn toiilght in its game against the College of JJmpprla r^Nserves. The game will start at 8 tiVJock in the high school gymnasium and is the •home sca-sdn opener for the junior college. j Barber ijnd Hiibhard, who will botli probably hold down guard positions later in the season, are out of tonlight's game.due to knee Injuries. Coach Stockebrand will Now York. Jan. 6. (AP)4calUd upoTi in the defense of hia| newly 'j aequiri!<l world's light -hcavyWeigiit; championship in Madison Square Garden tonight, Tommy Loughraii (>f^Philadelphia, wUl ba forced lo exf Rise his highly rated ring geii- 1 enibhip to the utmost agains^t the I iiiiiusliing and battering style of ' Lcfi I.4iniski, his Pacific Coast' The bout .'i. fiver the 'lu-rpui)d trial, wili-.b;. tile first title-affair ol" the new >iar. it will start it l<> o'clock, Kastern time. Lougiruii rates an s to ."> favorite. He; I:; e.\- pected to be down to 174 '/i pQ mils halt a pound under the dlv .'.Ion limit while Lomski irrobably wil! .scale 171. ' ' Loughran- is 2."> years old. Luin-"" -ski. who is 24. has bt-en a .scrapper from school days. ; In his lome town in Aberdeen. Wash., Lonski- frcqueniJy was called upou. to bat, lie for a young brother and thus probably tise Clopine: and Schlick t (if velopcd the art of fi'stlcuffk or'.AVijolery for the guards.; Clo- j I.,oinski makes up for a lack of plxtf! has been seeing regular serv-' Scientific skill in a stout heart; and ice: at guard this season : while! I '^'l'"'' "^'f^: »P ''^ P-^' Schlick and Woolery" have held larly adept at in-fightihg. He ICll- can , . alisorb plenty of punishment Btiff do\yn guard positions part of Hie I right liooks to the heart and equal- time These men, though good at , ly dangerous left hoolcs to the head handling the ball ami on rflpor- i are two of his favorite blows, work, lack height when it.comes to ! if LomskI wins he will be the taking the iball off tlie backboard, j first I'olander hn wear a cr The forward positions tbiiicht will, probably .be well filled with crpwn since the day .si of Stanley Ketchel. K. ,0. Kapian. .\'ew York middle- Coach Stockebrand picking bis men weight, meets Babe McCorgart; of froni-among the following: Fronk. st. Louis.- in an eight-round: semi- Isaac and Kemp. Bur)|er Willi again final. Jimmy Byrne; of Louisville, start at center'. ; meet.s Jake . Warren. Chicago The C. of E. reserves are report- heaiywe.ight. and James J. Brad- jed \o be strong. Several former dock/ nf .Vewark. •• tackles Paul high school; stars of Hmporia and ; Swiderski, Syraeu.=o . lightheavy- lola Colored Basket Crew to Play, Parsons lola's colored basketball team the Parsons colored team at 8 o'clock- tonight in tlie junior high school gymnasium in the opening game of the sca.son. Other colored teams wishing games are requested to write G D. Newman, lola. able. Most every one has - been staying In by the fire. We are glad to report the sick folks very much improved at this writing. . Harry Giffin, who has been visiting here, left this week for his nearby towns are on the reserves. In the preliminary^ Coach Vernon VanCaiiip of the; local junior high will probably start Sharpe and Trombold as., forwiard.s; Harbison at center, and either Thompson, Driggs or .Skinner as giiards. | Grant as reserve forward and Wimsett; as reserve center will also suit'up for thy game. Canada Olympic Team ; Favored ]to Win Tilt li <Kst <>n;. .Ian. (.\Pi—Canada's oiyn)pi<; hockey team, the' flashy Torriiito varsity grads, invaded Boston today a 10 to § favorite to defeat the r .nivprsity club of Boston, generally considered the outstanding amrtteur teamiof the I'nit- ed States, injtheir two-rgame series for the unofficial world's ajnateur tile. Total goals sppred ;in the two contests tonight arid, iqniorrow night wiili determine the u-tiimer. wei.tjiit. in other eight rounders. The present wholesale of ele- i piiant tit.sks. is aI>out $10,000 a ton... ' fincei6S7\ Movie] of a Man Formulating His New Year's Resolutions By BRIGGS "Mrb. P. 11. Wise and Mrs. Phillip!*'"? '^em. Lishiof Peasant Springs. Kan., are I 'UC 'la Montgomery spent hereilhis week visiting at the home j <Itc hoHdnys f home with her or Mr. and .Mrs. B. K. Wise. Mrs. j Mra. A. 1. Montgomery, of P. II. Wise is the mother of Mr. !, „ ,, , , „ .... i A number of Oakland folks at.- tended the splendid Christmas program given by the children of the Catholic A-hool in Humboldt on Thursday levenlng, Dec. 22. , Wm. Stranghorner returned home last! week from Acres, Kan., after helping with work on his farm there. Mr., and Mrs. Frank McFarren. jr.. and son Kent took dinner Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Harclerode of Humboldt. : (By the Associated Press. 1 Grand Rapids. Mich.—Chuck Wiggins, Indianapolis, defeated Roleaux Sagueroi .Cuba, (10). Bob Coop visited Vein Peterson I week's vacation for the half Wednesday evening. I ofthe term.. School-time sure flies Mr. and Mrs. Ed Maxwell visited' The men of the " ncighborbond, Mr. and Mrs.. Hottenstcin and fam- -re planning a lilg rabbit bunt foi lly a few days the past week. | tomorrow. | Mrs. I^ash and tliaiies spent ^ Messrs. .V. Ilan.son, Jini; McCoy Tuesday aftemoori with her sister and Jloward Hairly wentilo lola Mrs. Harold Butts. (Tuesday night to fraternal and so- Mr. Bggars called on Mr. Church-,! •''nI organization of the I. O. O. P ; OS Monday afternoon. i lodge, ' John.Mueler helped Ed'Gerkcni Miss Ehninia Daugherty returned. butcher; last Tuesday. Ed Xordt; .Merle Bcemun am jfo lola Clirlstniiis night to resume | her work at the Kelley after a Walter Mlddendorf butchered a pig I brief vacation nt.home. for Hottensteln's. First M <>thodIst Churclu Sunday school at 9:45. - .Morning worship 11:00. Subject ^'The Presence of God." Junior I.<eague at 5 p. m. 1 Interpiediate League at 3 p. m. Senior League at 6:30 p. m. Evening worship 7:30. Subject "Tlie Presence ;of Christ." . You. are cordIaI)|' invited to; share the services of this church; with us. 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