Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on February 27, 1933 · Page 6
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PA£E SIX SEteWINOF SiSONMAYBE I^ELP TO DEVILS Ark qity Defeat Probably .Keieps lola Oiit of jLeague Cellar Thi flUt to s'oy out of the cellar In thj stjate Junior college cage race was 'ylrtuoUy won by the loin Red De^ilif Saturday night when they scored a-51-34 victory over the Ar- ;^an8a{s City Tigers there to shove the Idscrs into the hole the lolans had decupled nearly all season. On Friday night the Devils had dropped their jtenthj contest of the season at El Dorado 'where they encountered a 25-68 defeat. Pacfed by Francis Sanger, who scored 29 points for a new high mark in the conference for the season, the lola team was on top nearly ; all thp wiay in the Ark City fray. A 23-20 lead was theirs at the intermission. The second half found them pulling away to a comfortable lead.. I Sanger's 29 points were re^stered on 13- field goals and three free throws. Dolph Henrichs, only sophomore on the squad and playing his . last game, was rUnner-up in the scoring with 12 points. Coach T. M. Evans said the Red Devils played their best game of the, season, including the victory over Independence. Bob Donaldson,> forward who was not expected to make, the trip due to an injured toot, played lx)th games. At El, Dorado: the lola five was the victim of the largest score pUed up in the conference this season. Defeated only by Hutchinson, the Grizzlies ended the season with, a wild scoring spree before aUarge home crowd. i Eight of.the nine Grizzles who entered the game were Included in the scoring. Geyman. forward; led with 17 points. Bramble and Smiley, forward and center, tallied 16 each. Si^nrrer dropped in 13 points for the losers. I -^e Grizzlies' lead at the half wa.s 30-18. 1 The J.WO games ended the lola .season at two won and ten lost. Last year the Devils lost all of their 12 conference games. Ark City will play the new chamr plon Hutchinson team Frldav in the last conference game of the .vear. The Hutchinson aggregation wiU in all probability close with a victory, thereby sending the Ark City outfit into the cellar and saving the lolans the lament of having to occupy the hole for the second straight sea;son. The box scores: . lola lO FG Sanger, f 6 1 Maxson, f-g 1 0 Donaldson, f 0 0 Held, c 0 0 Clark, c 1 2 McBee, g ....... 0 0 Henrichs, g .2 2 lOLA GRAPPLES TAKES THISO. Rolla Holland Wins Medal in State Contest at Manhattan. Rolla Holland, one of lola high school's two entrants in the stale wrestling meet at Manhattan last week-end. arrived home yesterday with the third place medal of the heavyweight class. Archey Cuppy, another lola boy, was eliminated In the first round in the 125-pbund class. Holland won his first-round match against an opponent weighing 17 pounds more, but lost his next two contests to receive third place. The second WTestler he met had a 4S-pound' advantage. The championship of the heavyweight division went to Wichita North high. KANSANS DOPED TO WIN mm CHAMPIONSHIP On Outcome of Oklahoma Road Trip Depends Fate Of Conference Crown, THE lOL^ PAILY BEGISTER. MONDAY EVENING,'FEBRUARY 27. 1933. Brushing Up Sports - - - By Laufer 6AS CITY EVENTS TOMORROW THE LAST Channte Game the Final One of Sea- sott for Mustangs Here Another lola high school home basketball season will be officially closed tomorrow evening when the Chanute high Blue Comets, long time rivals, come for a non-league contest with the Mustang cagers. Oiie more Neosho Valley league game is on the Mustang books, a clash with Humboldt there on Friday. Although they finished the season with only an even break in the S. E. K. league—three won and three lOst-^the Blue Comets are expected to furnish the strongest opposition the Mustangs have had here this season. In an early season game at Chanute they doubled the score on the lola five. A second team game between the two schools will also be played, and win start at 7:30. The Blue Comet reserves handed the Little Mustangs their only defeat of the season when the two quintets met there. Admission for the final program of the year will be 25 cents. THUGS ROB CHETOPA BANK Conference Standinir. . L Pet TP OP Kansas ....7 2 .778 278 209 Oklahoma 6 2 .760 261 233 Mls.souri .6 4 .556 278 266 Kansas State ..4 5 .444 258 21:, Nebraska 2 6 J50 234 2S*) Iowa State 2 .7 .222 215 28.1 • IS KNOWN KST^E LiAGOElCEPlJakHAS .Games This Week.; Mondajr—Oklahoma A. & M. vs. Oklahoma at Norman. Tuesday—Nebraska vs. Iowa state at Ames. Friday—Oklahoma vs. Kansas a", Lawrence. Saturday—Kansas State vs. Missouri at Columbia; Oklahoma vs. Nebraska at Lincoln. Results Last Week. Oklahoma 44, Iowa State 26. Iowa State 32, Missouri 31. Missouri 39, Nebraska 31. Kansas 33, Kansas State 25. Three Young Men Escape with $1500 In Daylight Robbery Chetopa, Kas., Feb. 27 (AP)—The Chetopa State bank was robbed shortly before noon today of approximately $1,!)00 by three youhg men who slugged a customer and forced two employes to accompany them several blocks as they fled in an automobile. Eugene Ahrends, bookkeeper, Ivan Knowles. assistant cashier, Miss Alice Kennedy, stenographer, Bill Adams and Roscoe Cellars, customers, were in the bank when the trio of robbers entered. The girl and the two customers were ordereid into the vault. Cellars objected and was .struck over the head with /a gun. Ho was not seriously injured. Ahrends and Knowles were forced to ride with the three men until T their automobile was out of the im- 2 mediate vicinity of the bank. They 2 were then released unharmed. " Oj three men drove west toward Cof- 1 feyville. 2 • 2 Totals 10 El Dorado G Bramble, f ...— — 8 Jackson, f 0 GoTiian. f .8 Gray, I 0 Smiley, c 7 Grist, g 1 Zlmmeron, g 1 Fowler, g ".. 4 West, g 1 Totals 30 5 FT 0 0 1 1 2 2 0 '20 8 10 LOTTERY PROMOTER GUILTY Bernard McGuire Enters Pica in Moose Case in New York. lola Sanger, f ... Donaldson, f Reid. f ...... Clark, c Henrichs, g .. Massori, g .. G .13 . 1 . 1 . 1 . 4 . 0 FT 3 1 1 i 0 New York, Feb. 27. (AP)—Bernard McGuire. professional promo- 1.; ter, pleaded guilty today in the Loy- 1 al Order of Moose federal lottery 2 case in which he was co-defendant 2 with United Stales Senator James 0 J. Davis of Pehns>-lvania. He was 2 I sentenced to a year and a day in Atlanta .penitentiary. Trial of Davis and two other defendants, .called for today, was put over imtll' next Monday on request of Defense Attorney Charles H. Tuttle. who told the court he was engaged in another case. Totals 20 11 12 i Ark City G FT F Hart, f ....r 1 2 3 Shea, f ...I ....2 2 1 Cornish, f 2 0 1 Swain, f 0, 0 0 Newman, c ... 20 1 Craff. c 0 0 0 Holman, g i O 0 1 Custer, g ..2 I 1 Lewis, B ............5 1 3 Gilbert, g ...5 0 2 Bryan, g .. 0 0 0 Crow, g 0 0 0 Totals ..14 6 13 I REAL ESTATE VSANSFBR8 I (Prom the Office of The lola ! Abstract Co., 108 W. Jackson) ^ — : : Kansas City, Feb. 27. (AP)—Kansas or Oklahoma will win the Big Six basketball championship or share Itl' between them, depending upon the outconie of the final gaimes of the 1^33 campaign billed for this week-end. Here are the possibilities: Kansas could win its third suc- ces-sive title by defeating Oklahoma at Lawrence Friday night, or Oklahoma could regain the championship it won last in 1929 by beating Kansas and Nebraska, the latter at Ltacoln Saturday night, or Kansas and Oklahoma would be co-champions if Oklahoma beats Kansas and loses to Nebraska. Another posslbiUty is that if Oklahoma loses to both Kansas anc: Nebmska and Missoiul wins from Kansas State at Columbia Saturday night, Missouri and Oklaliqma would share the runner-up position as they did at the end of last season. Mathematically, all these things arc possible, but Kansas rales an edge over Oklahoma 'because the. Sooners, like Missouri have a repii- tatjon for being not so good away from their home base in Nonnan aiirt tliey wind up their campaien- ing; On the road. In their prcvlou'; meeting at Norman, Oklahtjm;', no!>ed out Phog Allen's Jayhawks, 25-23. Oklahoma likewise had to put on a furious late rally to overtake Nebraska to win by 39-35 when they met at Norman earlier in the season. Bill Johnson, of Kansas, and Norman Wagner, of Missouri, centers maintained r their hot race for tht individual scoring honors last week Johnson scoring 18 points In Kansas' 33-35 victory over Kansas Stall and Wagner registering 15 when the Tigers defeated Nebraska, 39-31, and gained their first and only conference decision away from the familiar boards of Brewer Field House Each has played nine games and Johnson has a total of lOO points to the Tiger center's 96. Andy Beck of Oklahoma also became a contender for a high position by scor-! ing 22 points in the Sooners'i44-2^ conquest of Iowa State. Beck has! 70 to show for eight games. Before ending the road jinx in the victory over Nebraska, Missouri Inst a one-point; decision to last- place loWa State, 31-32. Public Invited to Attend W. C. T. U. Meeting at Home of Mrs. Frank Frase Tuesday. ; GAS CITY. Febl 27.—Mr. and i Mrs. Ross Odell of Fort Scott were iSmiday dinner guests at the home •of the former's mother and sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Odell and Mrs. Lucy Cornell. Everyone who Is interested is invited to attend the W. C. T. U. meeting Tuesday, afternoon at the home of Mrs. Frank Prase. Misses Maxlne and Jean McGeo of Centerville visited one day lafet, week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Dlckerson. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Cornell of west of lola were dinner guests Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Lucy Cornell. • J. R. Leslie of lola was a caller last week at the home of his cousin, Grant Leslie. Mrs. H. W. Chaney visited Wednesday in lola with Mrs. George Fennimore. Mr. and Mrs. John Bowers and son Jiarry of Bronson were visitors last week ' t the home of Mrs. Lucy Cornell. Mrs. W. H. Mullins and daughter Goldie and Mrs. Josephine Wolford and children visited Saturday in lola at the home of Mrs. Elmer Earl. Misses Fern and Violet Holten i went to Cedarhead Sunday. They j also visited friends in lola. Mrs. Dora. White and Mrs. Alice ! Holten - were callers Sunday after- 'noon at the home of Mrs. H. W. Chaney. KEEPS ARMS POST i WILLIAM BRAUCHER ' February 25, 19S3. Deeds. L. E. Horviire, et al to State of Kansas, a tract of land b'Ing In part of the S^y^ of 27-24-18, beginning at the SE.comer of: said quarter section, containing 2.(52-acres, more or less, exclusive of the existing highway. »150.50. Chas. A. Tllman and Enos J. Tilman? husband and wife to W. Harrison Bland and Mary E. Bland, -husband and wife, S^ .of NEM of 7-26-19 except 1 acre in the NE corner 10 rodis north and south by 16 rods east and west containing 79 acres mor^ or less. $1.00. Susi(» A. 'Jac^n, a single woman to the •Liberty Savings and Loon association. Lots 11 and 12, Block 10 In the city of Moran, Kas. $1.00. BOY NO MODERN FRANKLIN Flying Kite In Rain Proves Fatal to Lad. 10. Gallup, N. M.. Feb. 27.. (AP)— Flying a kite in the ra^n brought death today to Albert Lucero, 10, of Gallup. The wet string fouled a power line arid acted as a conductor Of electricity, sending a heavy charge through the boy's body. Humboldt Billiard Toomament. ; ':Cue artists from lola, Humboldt and Chanute will play a first round robin block of a billiard tournament at lliS Eckhart Billiard' rooms at Humboldt tomorrow flight starting at 7 p. m. pscar Fisk '.will represent lola. Spectators' are tavlted, with po charge for.admission. _^ How Much Do They See? T HE death of Ernie Schaaf proved that even. a New York sports writer can be -wrong. Most of them, after seeing the Boston boy sink to the floor like a torpedoed ship, went back to the office and wrote pieces about what appeared to be a phoney. Perhaps it Is Just as well that illness prevented this writer from seeing the light. I probably would have Joined the others in crying for the sheriff. It is hard to see everythinR. Often men In the very first row, with their chins iii the resin, have to ask their neighbors alwut, certain phases of the action. It was a slow flRht^ and the circumstances leading up to it ] were such that It was very easy to- fall into the delusion that the whole thing was a business deal, ^haaf went down from a light blow. He had not seemed to. be giving his b«st efforts. • • • The "Lowdown^' The Face on the Floot •OEW writtts really suw SL-linaf.- face as he l;iy on the floor. What mo.st of the olhens tliil not. see was that face. Rud Ucnnie uiul Bill Cunningham were sitting directly uudir wher(^ Sohaat fell after lieint; fitrucU with ;i hard right and ;i liKht, "whipliish" left. Rennie's testimony wu,s uncqnivo-/ cal. "He. was. knocked out and hv was knocked but cold," said the New York writer. "I could t^ce his eyes—nothing left hut I ho v.-liltfs. Also I could see that he was RO- ing long l>efore he fell. He was not-' ting pinker and more puffy. 1 tlilnit those long lefts did it." Boston writer Cunninpluim offered the following-account: "As for'the knockout, the New'York boys are saying they never before saw a man knocked out with a left Jab. Schaaf was lietween the punch and me and I couldn't see the blow, but I did see the angle of Carnera'.s elbow and it looked more like a hook from my elevation. Ilut from Ithe time Schaaf hit the floor, I /"VNE of his managers was Jackjwas in better, position to see than " Sharkey, heavyweight chani-! anybody el.se in the place, except plon of the world. Sharkey was I the telegraph operator on one side collecting part of his purses. The jot me and a tianlen emjiloye on winn.cr of the Carnera-Schaaf bout the other, was • supposed to box Sharkey in ». • • June. Sharkey fighting his stable- A Close-Up mate hardly would till that Long^'^iocnAAF was Island bowl. I ' . . . " SPRING BRANCH I Feb. 22.—Mr. and Mrs. Ira Smoot and family spent Sunday at Eureka with his father and mother. ; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ballard and family spent Sunday afternoon at the Harry Maley home. Mr. and Uxs. Wllbern Colgin and family spent Sunday afternoon at the George Payhc home. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Smoot and family are leaving this district and the place they are leaving will be occupied after March 1, by Mr. and; MrF. Edgar Pearman of Salem dls-: trlct. We are soiTy to lose the Smoots but welcome, the newcomers. Mis. Annabell Skcen spent Sunday at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Harry Maley and fan^ly. i Mr. and Mrs. Wllbern Colgin and family spent Friday evening at the "Tom Sherwood home. I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Maley. Eobi»-, Dale- and Verda Belle spent Tuesday at Skeens at-Gas CTlty. Mrs. C. E. Berkihiser .visited school Thursday afternoon. jJiiss Daisy Dickens spent Satur- daj -l night with heri granomoiher. Mr^. A. E. Skiriner. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Snider and Russell spent Friday evening at tlic Jim' pavis home. Mr. and Mrs. Thiuman Morse spent Saturday •forenoon at Harrj' Maley home. Bear Flag War. Soon after the declaration of war against Mexico, iii 1^46, a body of American settlers capljured the town of Sonoma in the Spanish Territory of dallfomia, and raised a flag having on it the figure of a bear. Although the movement was not authorized by the United States government, it was a factor in the American Conquest of California, and the Bear Flag was soon re- ; placed by the Stars and Stripes. CARPENTER Feb. 21.—Mr. and Mrs. Plo.vd Mc- Knig. Mr. and Mrs. Denning were Sunday callers at the Lee Willis home. Dr. and Mrs. Kerwood were Sun- dav eveiVng dinner guests of Mr. rind Mrs. W. T. Thay(?r. Mr. and Mrs. Cole and two sons Leonard and Eugene, of Colony, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Belknap Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. Ira Kerwood called on Mr. and Mrs. Amel Shnpel Sun- d.ay afternoon. Mrs. John Troutwino Is some bettor at this time. Mrs. Troutwlne has Ixrn sick six or seven weeks. Ml.ss Mayrll Warner of Io!n spent Sunday night with MaiT Thayer. Gerald CJurtls spent Sunday and Monday with ,his parents.^ Wo welcome Mr. and Mrs. Kes- .singer In our neighborhood. They moved on the farm known as the Hall brothers home. Mrs. Farrell and her .school enjoyed a Valentine box Friday. Visitors were Mrs. Elmer Baker and Don. Mrs. Broughton and dauf^hters. and little Betty Estep. Miss-Vica Margaret and her friend visited her mother Thursday.' Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Thayer visited the Hall brothers Friday evening. Tlie W ;-'w.: Baker family arc re- lOLA, KANSAS RYDER TEAM NAMED I Dutra and Runyan to International Golf Competition. An indication that the present American disarmament policy would be continued was seen when President-elect Rooseyelt requested Norman H. Davis, pictured here as he left Mr. Roosevelt's New York residence, totcontinue as the head of the.American arms delegation at Oenoya. New. York, Feb. 27. (APi—Tw^ newcomers to Ryder cup goir coin-' petition have been named idouv; with seven veterans of one or mon.- lutenifttional struggles to aiieinpt the difficult task of beatln-r U K- British professionals In thuli- own back yard nctxt June. Thcsf two!arc Olln Dutra of Loi; An?;elC!i, winner of the Proiosjlona' Golfers;' association chom,)ion.slup iRDt year, and Paul Runyan o! White iPlalns, N.. Y., who rebenlly won the GasparlUa open lounia- ment atTaihpa, Pla. Walter Hagen again wiis chosei•. ^ captain of the American team and he will: have the experienced backing of Gene Sarazcn, 1932 British and American open champion. Deiismore Shute of Cleveldnd; Craig Wood, the Deal, N. J., playei who played sensationally in California this winter; Ed Dudley, now pro at the Augusta, Ga., National GoU" club; Leo Dlegel of Agua Galicntt! and Horton Smith of Chicago when the biennial series is played ai Southport, England, June 26 and 27. The team was selected by the execijtive committee of the P. G. A., headed by President George R. Jacobus, with the aid of an ad- vlsorj' vote of the presidents of the 25 clectlonal groups making (up the national association. Performances during the past j'ear largely; diciat • ed the makeup of the leant. .The American squad is scheduled to sail for England on June 14, ar-x rivinir in time for about a! week'^'practice before the Ryder cup matches. OFFICERS FIGHT EACH OTHER •Two Sets of Cops Mistake the Othej for Lawbreakers. KANSAS BRIEFS (By tlie Associated Press, ported sick with sore throat and flu. Miss Vica Margaret Curtis and her friend spent 'Thursday evening A -ith her mother. I The Good; Will club met with STAR VALLJEY (Shlriey Nigh.) Feb. 20.—Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Col- M T '^^a'^^'^r /Tio^^' "^Sa^m^ilUa^^-t Thur^^ HuinbSdt ^" ' "^^|F<^b™ary 16. A good attendance was Mr. andMrs. E. A. Davis and sons, | ^^.J'^'^ ''""""^ lola, spent Sunday afternoon, with the i Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McCoy and i family. Mrs. A; W. Bi-undage spent Sunday, evening with Mrs. A. E . Skinner^i Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Silencer are visiting at the parental B. F. Spencer home. Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Skinner spent Sunday with Mrs. A. E. Skinner. [Mr. and Mrs. Harry Maley an<: family spent Saturday evening "a-., the iRoy Ballard home In lola. Miss Wanda Jean Pope visited fijom Sunday until Tuesday with hei cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gay. JMr. and Mrs. Newton Dicken-i and children, Mr. and Mrs. Cioyce Skinner and. Arhita spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. A. E. Skinner.! Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Nichols and Jacqueline spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gordon, lola. Mrs. C. N. Truster and daughters, Thelma, Lois and ' Glennls spent Sunday afternoon in.Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hodges spent Simday; with Mr. and Mrs. C.Ti Bidgess, Kansas City. Mr, and Mrs. Beatty Ray ' and sons, Harold and Howard, went to Hartford Sunday to attend the fu- kan.sas City. Kas.—Barking excitedly and rapping on the front door with his paws, Boy, a German Shepherd dog early yesterday aroused the Steve Koshko family and enabled seven persons to escape injury .from a fire w;hich destroyed their home. '•• Olathe—Six freight cars of a Santa Fe train en route from Chanute. Kas.. to Kansas City, were derailed north of here last .night and destroyed by fire. The wreck, which tore up about 300 feet of track, was-believed by trainmen to have been caused by'| a broken' arch bar on one of the cars. Oil carried in one of the freight cars exploded after the fire reached.it. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Thayer visited with Hall brothers Friday eve- , ning. j Port Scott^Mrs. Juanita RomeroT | Mrs. V. R; Estep and Betty spent I 44, died today from burns suffered Monday aftiernoon with Mrs. Lilly i 'n a fire in her home Sunday ap- Terrell, Tex.. Feb. 27 (AP) — Four persons, were shot, one probably fatally, here today in a gun fight be,r tween two Louisiana officers and a Terrell marshal and night watchman, when the two sots of officers each mistook the other for lawbreakers. Clyde Mitchell, a Monroe, La., deputy sheriff, was shot in the head shortly tfter he had stopped at a garage to- change license plates on his automobile to throw off the trail men he believed were trying to gain custody of a bank robber Suspect In Mitchell's car. S. B.. Bass, a .special deputy sheriff from Campti, La., was . shot through the right arm below the elbow and Gerald Breazele. the officers' chauffeur, was shot through the neck. The fourt-h casualty was iLuther Sullivan of Terrell, who was believed to be in a serious condition. Mitchell, and Ba^ were enroute from Dallas to Louisiana with Joe Lester when they stopped here for breakfast. Believing they were being trailed by friends of Lester, they decided to change license numbers. A . garageman became suspicious ondv, notified authorities who ordered the^ Louisiana officers to throw up their hands.. , Bass thought it was an attempt to deliver his prisoner and opened fire. A general gim fight followed. Lester dropped to the floor when the shooting began and escaped injury. He was placed in the county jail here. • Curti.":. Mrs. ';Iva Parrcll attende'd the Woodson county teachers meeting at Yates (Center. Feb. 18.—Carpenter school is planning a ; program to be given at a pie .supper in the near future. It will be giVen at the community hall in Geneva. Carpenter school will play ball with ;the Maple Grove ball team neral of Mr.; Ray's uncle, Mr. J., ^pvt xnursdav afte Ray. Mrs. pale Nichols and Dale ! carpentendlamdnd. Jr., accompanied them and spent the day with Telatives. ^ Mrs. Phillip Sicks who has been ^ .Congr 'aluiationT"^ and M« '^ete ""^af aK^iSl Tome^S ^ Hiers. well-groomed rotund Edwin Weidin who are the proud ^.^fP' '"'as able to come home last; ^^^^^^^^^ ^j^^ ^.^^^ parents of an 8 -pound girl, bom j.' . j. „ n_rt!has i)la .ved since 1915. died here nS^mS '^Jean^''' famiySnt S^d^y ^Kr. ^l ^^r today at the residence of hi; parently caused by an explosion resulting from her attempt to kindle a fire with gasoline. Her husband was seriously burned rescuing her from the blazing home. next Thursday afternoon ,on tlic I iter ^diamond. j I Walter Hiers Is Dead. I Hollywood, Callf..'Feb. 27. (AP)— yerda.BelleMaley/has been absent ^^^;v[?°,2!^ v. . . from school on account of Ulness David Nichols is working In Cha- Lconard Thohoff visited Sunday "",7 bakery, evening with Randal Sherwood L.^ary and Bobby Sicks,^ Nellie; father-in-law. from an bron(^hial pneiimonia. attack of Manhattan—Despite revocation of Teats, and Shelton i their permit by the local, welfare board, two theaters, members of the Dickinson chain, opened for biisiness yesterday. Police made no effort to interfere with the; shows, which were oiierating in violation of a city p r a c t i c a H'y , Kuui -Heu inio my lap. 1 could It was! reported before the fight i have reached out both hands and that Camera had been signed for'.picked up his head. And here's ex- the JUne date. Betting odds that [pert testimony to the fact that the ho.! <- » -- " • - - fgj.^ jjjy there didn't belong to a man who was faking. His breath was rattling in "his throat, his eyes were crossed and only their whiles were showing. His mouth was frozen in a ghastly twist and denly made Camera t,he choice. The stage seemed set for 'another Barney. What the ringside writers had been expecting seemed (to. happen. Many of 'them had seen so many phonies they remained skeptical even after Schait had b«en removed to a hospital. A few wrote that perhaps something to slow Schaaf up had been slipped into his soup. The fact that the Garden had announced Schaaf had not been able to train properly because of his recent Influenza attack was recalled. There bad been whlspets for veeka. i a purplish color started painting his lips. • "I once saw a man whose neck was.broken by a suddenly swung beam, and that picture flashed back into my mind. I turned and yelled to Jimmy Johnston, 'Get a priest, Jim, his neck is gone.' He had the look of the dead about him. "On all sides they were yelling, 'Boo!' 'Fake!' 'Get up, you trampi* and :'0h, what a Baraej-l."" Members of the board said they revoked the permit because of protests against Sunday shows received by churches, dubs and parent- teachers associations. Sr.n Francisco—Burglars and rob- ben- w.Tre nice about the annuai pcUcomen's ball. While the poiic? danced and took In $31,000 for Iheli. •virirws' and orphans' fimd. thcfUs in -= ——" Moss Viola Mr. and Mre. Glen Snider and | j^^j.^ a^e sick and unable to at- RusEcU Spent Sunday at the J. W. \ ^^^^ school. Wilson home. ' , J - Mrs. C. A. Collins spent Monday Mr and Mrs. Wllbern Colgin and l^.j^j, Mr. and Mre. R. C. Penny and family spent 1'hursday evening; -hjMrpn near Humboldt . with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gay.- | MT and Mrs Clint Baker andio"*^^"" providing a daily fii.e of i Clurles Bell was a busintiss visitor j^r. and Mrs. Harold Baker, Cres-.«25. at; the TOm Sherwood home last 1 ^cnt Valley district, spent Sunday ^ . ,.r , ^ , i with MrJ and Mrs. J. M. Cooper. Mr and Mrs. Harlow Biirns and I ^r. and Mrs. J. Paul Nigh and family have moved to Gas City and j^r. and Mrs. J. Fred Schmidt went Mr. and Mrs. Harold "WlHie are tb Neodesha Wednesday to attend moving to the Burns properi.y. ; funeral of their cousin, B H. J; Mr. and Mrs. Haro d Gay spent goi,gijner 'Sunday at the Marie Pope home in i Mr. and Mrs. Russell Larkeyspent ..... ^ ^ t Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. N. ; Mr. and Mrs. Josfeph A. Oesch! Truster and family and son Robe.rt. of East Law-n loia, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bair and, ..... ^ • and Misses Hattie Belle Christy, family'spent Sunday evening wlthj^'f "ty totaled omy $7.30, Maiy Christy and KatlebeUe Ben- ^r. and Mre. Clyde Moss and fam- nett visited at the Tom She:-wopd jjy ^ ; • • . j "Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stickle and Elva i —, ^,—• 'and Marie spent Sunday with Mr. ^ , J'^^rJ^i '^\P-^- Mrs. Charles McHenry. . Columbus. Kas. Feb^ Mr. and Mrs. OUie Sutherland of Mrs. Margaret B. Hamilton, 33, • . - - "TlIEATipR OFTHE STARS" LAST TtMES TObAY! It's a howllnir. rowdy laff riot that's good for what ails you! "THE KID FROM SPAIN" is comliig! wife of district Judge John W. Hamilton of Cherokee county, died today at the home here after a long lU- ness with influenza. Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon In Columbus. lola spent Monday afternoon at the J. P. Nigh home. InsaU and Family Indicted. CHiiCAgo, Feb. 27. (AP)—Samuel TnsuU Sr., two members of his family • and 16 other former officers and directors of the bankrupt cor- Doratlori securities company were in- Idlcted today on charges of using the mails In a scheme to defraud. j Bri.staane, Queensland—An unarmed man captured three sharks. I The sharks, which were shovel- noEt -d and from six to nine feet long, had entered a bathing pool. Roy Wlllsoh swam to one of the sharks, and scrambled - on to its back. Then he hooked bis legs around its body, and "rode" It as it dashed frantically up arid down the pool. Finally, the sharic gave up, ex- hawited. Two others were caught the same metbocL Robbers Disregard Gnard. j Kansas City. Feb.-27. (AP)—De-j spite .a close guard which has been maintained for three weeks, three negroes held up the Charles Kaufman meat company here today and escaped with $2,000. Ten persons In the store were forced into the large refrigerator. The store was robbed of $3,000 last August.- inexpensively this winter in H CALIFORNIA- it« gmtls cliinat*, lha lingaring ro- nancaef eld Spanlih dayi. Tha datart, lha mouatalni, lha laathora, lhaflowara. ' , Tha Sania Fa effan tha f«test and inoft axeluiiva tarvlca lo. Southarn California. B ARIZONA- Warm days in Ilia desert. Rida horta- baek over lunny traili. Play golf. < Swim in open-air poolt. . Desert Inns, famous retort hotels, , dude ijanches and hot springs—yery raasonbbia rates this winter. HoBeerf Cblortone Musical Revue 'HOLLY\yOOD PREMIERKV^ The Eaton Boys Latest "Sing 'Em Back Alive" News DEATH VALLEY— Worm, cblorful. comfortable—one of the outstanding desert resorts of tlie world. Battery Charging 24-Hoar Service 45c BATTERIES ^ $3.39 13-Plates Exchange IDEAL GARAGE )|I0 N. Wash. Phone 174 km ADVENTURES OVCR WDAF AT 6IO KILOCYCLES EVERY NIGHT Mccpt SAT. and SUN. SKELLY PIL CO. ONLY SkELLy>GASOLINE .IS' HIGH TEST, HIGH ANTr.KNOCK AND TAILOR.MAOS FOR KANSAS A Santa Fa ticket to California will take yau thru Phoenix. A thru Phoenix Pullman three timeL a week this winter— on Tha CHIEF. A doily Phoenix Pullman—^tha year 'round —on lha Grand .Canyon Limited, from Chicageand Kansas City. B HAWAII- '- The Pacific's pdrodlsa, A place In which to rest and dream, surrounded by tropical teanet. • TEXAS- Where yeu will And a warm.welcome ond a warm winter. Where you and . your family can spend a month or two enjoying its bdlmy climate. On y6ur Smnta Fa way— ' Grand Canyon—Indian-datourM 3. F. Dickensheets, Agent Phone 375, lola, Kas. TOMORROW AND WEDNESDAY! A popular star in his best plc- aure. Men couldn't fool hlai— but he was b&it for a blonde! A MANS MA\ WHOM ALL # JACK : :KOLT ttqamst With LILLIAN MILES WALTlER CONNOLLY ; GAVIN GORDON i LOUISE FAZENDA "UNION WAGES" "Medbnry In PhlUpplQes * SPECIAL BARGAIN SHOW Admission lOc to All!

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