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f'-ff- ? PAGE SIX ITHE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. MONDAY, NOV. 6, 1939. Detroit Continues Pro Loop Drive Giants and Washington Tied for Lead in Eastern Division CHICAGO, "Gloomy Gus' leaving himself Nov. 6.—(/P)— Henderson is wide open for the "miracle man" tag as his Detroit Lions, looking more impressive each week, roll over the opposition in the National Pro Football league. Gus' Lions are a roaring success in his first year as coach, (now having a record of six victories in seven games for the top spot in the league's western division and the best mark of any team in the loop. A crowd of 48,492—largest ever to see a game in Detroit— turned out Sunday to see the Lions triumph again. This big turnout and the 40,537 gathering for the Bears-Packers game at Chicago accounted for the big majority of the 109,407 persons Michigan's Title Dream Shattered By Illinois who attended games. Sunday's four ANN ARBOR, Nov. Q.—(ff>)— Michigan, its dream of a Big Ten championship shattered by Illinois, rallied forces today for the "little brown'jug" battle here Saturday with Minnesota's Gophers. The Wolverines, dropped from the ranks of the nation's undefeated major elevens by the II- lini, 16 to 7, in one of the biggest upsets in conference history, still were dazed by the sudden turn in their fortunes as they board. The Illini recovered five funv- bles and, after the third, took a 3 to 0 lead when Capt. Mel Brewer booted a 32-yard field goal. Before the half ended another fumble was turned into a score when Fullback George Rettinger took a "sleeper" pass from Halfback Jim Smith that was good for a 53-yard gain and a touchdown. Burst of Power Michigan, following Brewer's returned to practice routine. i placekick, displayed its only Mathematically, Michigan Detroit has three tough tests ahead, but none harder than the one the Lions passed Sunday in turning back the New York Giants, champions and undefeated in 18 games previously. The Lions connected for four ' field goals, a new record for one game, and a touchdown to account for an 18-14 margin. •Phil Martinovich, College of the Pacific recruit whose release from the Cincinnati Ben- gals cost the Lions $1,000 a few wfjeks ago, booted three of the goals and Chuck Harineman the other three-pointer. The touch• down came on a short pass from Dwight Sloan to Kent Ryan. The Giants took the lead in the third period when they pushed] across two touchdowns, but only in this period did they play the Lions on even terms. Detroit outgained the champions in the air and on the ground. The defeat left the Giants and Washington tied for first place in the Eastern division. The Redskins eked out a 7 to 6 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles, Sammy Baugh tossing a , scoring pass to Charlie Malone. \ Bo Russell added the point i from placement. The Eagles counted on a pass, but failed to get the all-important extra point. / The most colorful battle of the J day went to the Chicago Bears, who outlasted the Green Bay Packers, 30 to 27. Four times the Packers took the lead and the ; same number of times the Bears, using ground and air plays with < equal effectiveness, came back to tie or go ahead. They finally went ahead to stay on Bill Osmanski's touchdown midway of the fourth quarter. The victory put the Packers a full game behind the Lions and left them still was in the Big Ten title chase, but its prospects of grabbing a share of the title were considered slight. Coach Takes Blame "If anyone was to blame for our loss it was me," said Coach Herbert O. (Fritz) Crisler. "I guess I didn't have them prepared." Beyond that he wouldn't offer any comment on the downfall of his team, a football powerhouse until sidetracked by the Illini, and a pre-season favorite for conference honors. Some attributed the defeat to the failure of the Wolverines to take the Illini seriously and the fact that the players, before the season began, voted themselves the title without taking the other fellow into account. All last week Crisler had said his team was in a "fine spot to take a licking." and Scout Wai- lie Weber coaching Zuppke. had extolled the genius of Robert Whatever it was, Michigan, which had rolled to victories burst of power with an 81-yard march down the field that ended in Halfback Tom Harmon going over the goal line on a pass Halfback Dave A FARMER'S SKETCH BOOK By WILIARD BOLTE • Stonycreekmouth Farm •Don Lieberum of 'Undefeated. Manchester Teachers Climbs Again to Top NEW YORK, Nov. G.—- (/P)—Don Lieberum, captain and 'quarterback of the unclel'euted Manchester (Ind.> teachers regained the individual scoring leadership of the nation over the week-end. Playing only 15 minutes of Saturday's game against Bluffton (O.) College, he tallied four touchdowns in a .spectacular exhibition that proved his right to the lead. Others among th'e leaders made gains, too, Michigan's from Substitute Strong. i Tommy Harmon collecting one Illinois completed the rout in . touchdown out of the shambles the fourth period by recovering the fifth fumble on the Michigan 34-yard line and driving to the four-yard stripe where Smith, on another moth-eaten trick, this time the "wait-a-minute" play, dirt on fourth down. at Illinois to bring his total to 79 and Bill Sheridan of Little Clar- CT WILL CREflTE Frenchmen Score Eight Goals to Win, 8-2, over Chicago Blackhawks ion (Pa.) teachers scoring all his team's 12 points for a 74 total. The records: SO-Called ! riayer^ College Pos G Td Pat Kg Pts. hit pay Manchester QB 6 15 0 0 90 Big Ten Conference Harmon, Michigan HB 5 11 10 1 79 I East Sheridan, Clarion (Pa.) Tchrs HB 6 11 8 0 74 Southern Conference Polanski. Wake Foiest ....QB 8 10 3 0 63 Rocky Mountain Conference Madden, Colorado Mines HB 5 9 1 0 55 Southeastern Conference Kavanaugh, Louisiana State ..EC 9 0 0 54 Big Six Conference Farm Bulldozer Shown above is an easy way to turn your farm tractor into a "boll- dozer." The side-bars are 2x6 planks—bolted to the rear axle. The pusher blade is raised and lowered by a lifting rig that is operated by the belt pulley. This outfit is very useful in moving soil—pushing cut silage into a trench—leveling silage in the trench, etc. At Least 10 Are Hanson, Leslie Prehn, Oliver name of Moon, who own the land on which Schoenbeck's cabin is located and who were occupying their own nearby cottage for the week-end, returned. Schoenbeck, they said, at first refused them admittance to his cabin, but soon calmed again. Schoenbeck Arrested Sheriff's office was notified and Sheriff Colyer went to Ford lake, returning with Schoenbeck in custody. Fitzpatrick was taken to Paulina Stearns hospital. Sheriff Colyer said Schoenbeck admitted beating Fitzpatrick, saying he didn't know why he did it. "Ho told me he jiust went cra7,y for a moment," the sheriff said. "He .said Fit/patrick, whose cottage is at the north end of the lake, had been visiting him for the day and that here had been no argument or quarrel preceding the attack." Mr. Mason said the men seemed the best of pals when he walked into the cabin, but that Schoenbeck .suddenly seemed to go berserk. Prosecutor Eugene Christman, who rt-turned to the scene with Sheriff Colyer Sunday evening and who talked with Fitzpatrick I at the hospital this morning, j .'aid a charge will be filed against Onions—50 lb. sacks DY S. No. 1 Midi, yellows, .50-.60. Potatoes—Mich. Russet Burals, 1.201.35; Chlppcwas washed, 1.50-1.60; Green Mis., 1.40-1.45. Olson, Fred W. Johnson, Eskel Schoenbeck probably Tuesday. Killed in ACCldentS |01son, John Loppenthlen, Min- (Continued from Page 1) Flint's 25th traffic fatality of the mie Jensen, Joe Anderson, Gail ' Owen, C. Vic Johnson, A. E. Clark. Oklahoma ..HB G Southwest Conference Kimbrough. Texas A. and M. PB 7 Missouri Valley Knolla, Creighton HB G (By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) Montreal's flying Frenchmen, 1 Lanscuii. south.. . i » _.._ . _ * r>»-f. /-'n 11 r 6 Pacific Coast Conference 1 0 43 0 0 42 0 0 36 over Michigan State, Iowa. Chi- forgotten in the pre-season palavering, may create a. lot of cago and Yale, failed to click. Illinois won as did Michigan teams of old by seizing the •breaks of the game and turning them into points on the score- Miss Mary Raeyman, of Detroit, on Nov. 25. DETROIT, havoc in the National Hockey ! league this season if an eight- j goal debut is any indication. t They usually play their pucks | close to the vest for the first few weeks in and inasmuch ern Calif QB 5 Big Seven Conference Utah FB 6 0 0 30 0 0 30 year. DETROIT—(/P)—- An bile which failed to stop struck and killed Mrs. Sara Rice, 49, of Suburban Allen Park. Sunday as road with i she walked along a her husband. SAGINAW—^/P}—William Martin, 21. of Flint, was killed Sun- Johnson, B. W. Sabin, Robert .Hanna, Dan Dewey, Otto Pe- automo- terson, Louis Pehrson. East Fourth ward: Rev. Joseph Koss, Misses Florence Broza, Helen Borski, Loretta Winchewski, Phillis Antzack, Betty Kloss, Lorraine Pioszak, Clara Polcin. Jean Grabowski. West Fourth ward: Rev. John THE MARKETS (Additional Markets on Page 3) LOCAL, m«KK«T3 Light red kidney beans $3.50 Dark red kidney beans $3.75 Dark cranberry beans $1.75 Light cranberry beans $2.25 White p.-a beans S2.40 Yelloweye beans $2.50 Poultry Detroit Lives-lock (Quotations In Dollars and Cents) DETROIT, Nov. 6.—t/P)—Cattle—Re- ceipts 2,000; market steady; good to choice yearlings, 9.75-10.75; fair to good yearlings, 8.50-9.50; good to choice heavy steers, 9.50-10.50; fair to good heavy steers. 8.50-9,50; best grass cattle, 7-8; 1 common butcher cattle, 5-6; best cows, 5.5C-6; canner and cutter cows, 3.25-4.50; best butcher and heavy bologna bulls, li.75-7.25; stock bulls, 5.50- C.50; common to fair stackers and feeders, C-B; milkers and springers, 50-75. Ciilvis—- Receipts 1,000; market steady to 50 cents lower; best calves, 11.50-12; fair to good, 10-U.50; culls and common, -l-li.50. Sheep and nml.<s--Ruccll>ts '1,500; market IHH established. llo|i«—Receipts 2.000; market not established. Detroit Poultry (Quotations in Cents) DETROIT, Nov. 0.—I/I') Poultry-Marki t easy. Hi.-ns, 5 Ibs. up, 1G: under 5 Ibs., 12; k'l'horn hens. 3 Ibs. up, 11; COCKS, 8 and ill. Rock springers. 15; colored springers, 13; leghorn springers, \;>; hin turiuys, 10 Ibs. up, 19; torn turkeys. l!i Ibs. up, 17; ducks, white, 5 Ibs. up, 13; ceese, 13; rabbits, D. Detroit Dairy (Quotations Hi Ctnls) DETROIT, Nov. 0.—t/Tl Butter-Der.J cnuiniry In tubs, 27-2H. KBKS— Current receipts, 21; dirties, 10; checks. 15. Chicago Potatoes (Quotations in Dollars and Cents) CHICAGO. 111., Nov. 0.—-i/l'l -(United fc'talts Department of Agriculture.I- --Potato, s--Receipts 1UB, on track 403. total U. S. hinpmeuts Saturday 542, Sunday 25; nuirket supplies rather heavy; Idaho Ru-jsets U. a. No. 1. slightly stronger, U. S. No. 2. steady, demand fair, Nebraska Triumphs firm, demand, luirly good, northern, all varieties best linn, demand modi-rate, fair quality about steady, demand light; sacked per cwt.; Idaho Russets U. S. No. 1, 1.05.90: occasional outstanding higher mostly, 1 80-.90; U. S. No. 2 few wiles. 1.30-.35; Nebraska Bliss Triumphs 85 to Leghorn hens, 3 Ibs. and up 9c I 00 percent U. S. No. 1. burlap sacks .12c .12c hv when his aucmobie struck Christensen, Mesdames William a tree near Brid"eDo-° k |Saxton, Andrew Andersen, Ara Ilee near £Hlugl.pOi b. 'virl Pnrlsnn Hinlmpi- <3prllnnri- rwrRrvrT 1 I/PI Tnhn Pi«hn i vlcl v/»rison, rijaimei oeaiana- DETROli—-</n—John Pisna.i,,,. pcter Copeyon Frecl Eich icr. Fifth ward: Mesdames Albert 51, and Alexander Tarbet. 78. diedmDetioit hospitals Sunday : pal phm H artman. Rav 1 of injuries suffered in separate j chadwick automobile accidents Saturday. GAfLORD .i— Miss Helen Fostor. 17. daughter of Postmas- Joh nson, A Landin, Walter Louis Anderson, the big league ; as the Canadi- , ens hadn't been counted on for . much, their 8-2 victory over the ! -- ., .-.. Chicago Blackhawks Sunday i , '.n, ~J ' } ~. ! night at Montreal was nothing ! n rtl^ot-r 'e* Tiat-i»r\it " . , . *. .*•* . Coach John Hackett's Detroit Catholic Central football team won its 32nd consecutive game Sunday, defeating Detroit De La Salle, 45 to 0, but it was a sad day for Hackett. His father, Harry J. Hackett, 81, died Sunday morning at Pontiac. less than astounding. It wasn't a case of one man ' getting "hot" like Toe Blake did on occasion last winter. RADIO HIGHLIGHTS The whole team just rose up and overwhelmed the Hawks, : scoring seven times before Chi- : cago could get a point past Goalie Claude Bourque. i Only one player, George ! Mantha with two goals, scored more than once. Blake, Bay Getliffe, Rod Lorrain, Marty WBBM 770, WCFL Barry, Lou Trudel and Cy °"™ Wentworth all participated in the firing and Wentworth also made three assists. The Hawks were saved the ignominy of an opening shutout when Mush March and Key station of each network Is 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. Misses Irma Kennedy, Elizabeth Johnson, Louise Ayers, ter Joseph Foster, of Charlevoix.i Alice Ayers, Bess McElroy, wa* instantly killed at midnight [Blanche McElroy, Doris Behan, Sunday and four companions j Donna Mae Thompson, injured', two seriously, when aj Industries: W. S. Vivian, car driven by Marion McGhan.! Schools: H. H. Hawley, Mrs. | of Charlevoix. left highway M-; Robert Wayt. Marvin " Jones, I 32 near here and crashed into a : Eugene Richardson, Albert tree. j Palm. I A complete list of county "Winfr-w Cl-na-n THvnpr !workers will be published in Wintry bnap JLXper- lTuc . s days edition of The News. Heavy lirns 1 Plymouth Uocfc springers, i under I Ibs I Colored f-prin|;iT.s. ! 4 Ifos. and up 10c ! Grain i Shelled corn, hu 5Cc ! Outs, bu 3 So : Wheat, bu T.'.c ' Produce ' E-rs 27c I Hides I Chicago Poultry i I3ct f 1)) Gc i (Quotations In Cents) i IloiVe. p r hide ...J3.501 CHICAGO. Nov. 0. .-r-p,- Poultry- Hi-I crip:,-;, live. 3 cars. :)5 trucks: market, ! Iti-nlr.n Harbor Produce luiaily; hen-.-P.. Ihs. up. H'..; under 4'., washed, 1.90-2; unwashed, 1.50; cotton sacks washed few hales. 2.05-. 10; Colorado Rid MoClurt-F U. S. No. 1. 1.20; R. d Riv< r Valley stctlon Cobblers U. H. No. 1. 1.20; Early Ohlos. U. S. No. 1. 1.30; North Dakota Ked Iliver Valley hcctlon Hltss Triumphs. 85 to 90 percent U. S. No. 1. 1.20-1.25; Early Ohlos 'I!i percent U. K. No. 1. 1.05; Wt.-coiiHlu Hound Whiles, U. S. Commercials, 1.05. ienced Along Coast | p ' CAI-L LETTKHS AND KILOCYCLE FllKQL'ENCY C40, 970. WBAL IOGO, (Continued from Page 1) ! were stalled when waves whip- ; ped over .soa walls .splashed i their ignition systems. Win- ; dows were blown in at Wor- j cester by gale winds. Water sur- | j rounded several seaside cot- '< ! tages. •• I The chief damage inland was , to communication lines, trees | land shrubbery. At New York; | City, an all-day rain of 1.4: | inches replenished MHropoli- j tan water reservoirs depleted • by drought. Is Held in Beating only a half game ahead of the third place bears. The fourth game of the Sunday slate went to Cleveland. The Rams defeated the hapless Chicago Cards, 14 to 0, on a muddy field. It was the Cards' seventh defeat in eight games. Pittsburgh and Brooklyn were rained play tonight at out and will Brooklyn. The standings: Eastern Division Club W L T Pts. Washington 5 1 1 134 New York 5 i i 91 Brooklyn 3 3 i 84 Philadelphia 0 5 1 Pittsburgh 0 6 1 Western Division Detroit 6 1 0 Green Bay 5 2 0 Chicago Bears 5 3 0 Cleveland 3 4 1 Chicago Cardinals 1 7 o OP 71 57 108 33 77 56 147 70 124 200 123 140 141 Feature match of the week is on tap tonight at Smith's alleys when Weyenberg's and ,the Eagles tangle in what is expected to be a hot tussle for undisputed possession of second place in the Industrial league. At present both teams are tied for second place, two games behind the league-leading Rotary crew. Eagles have been coming strong the past few weeks, winning eight games in their last nine starts. Weyenberg's pace has cooled perceptibly in the last two matches but Hillman, LeClair and company are expected to be in the pink for tonight's fracas. No other games scheduled in other leagues have a direct bearing on the races. Out- 115 163 63 161 MICHIGAN SPORT BRIEFS Johnny Gottselig netted goals in the final period. A more typical start was the 1-1 tie played at Detroit Sunday night by the Redwings and Detroit Rangers. The New Yorkers came from behind in the last three minutes of regular play to tie the score on a solo sprint by Dutch Hiller and then saved the PiMinsylvania, Western New WCCO 810, WAEC SCO. WKAR 850. WDAP CIO. VfEAV 600. WENR 870, : - .,,,-. t WON 720 WGY 780, WHAM 1150. WHAS i York, and most of the Appala- 820. WHO looo, WIBO 570, WJJD ii3u, j c hian area was covered by wet WSM 650, WJB 750. WJZ 7CO. | ,._,„„, 1t i-nm.prl fi-nm H WLS 870, WIAV 700. WMBI 1080. WKZO ; -SnOW. It ian 0 CCI 11 Olll J . 590 WMAQ 670 WOOD 1270, wow 5!>o, i inches at Roxburv. N. H., and 4 wowo 1160, WSB 740, WTAM 1070. ; to G inches at Bellows Falls, WTIC IOGO, WKBZ 1500, WTMJ 020. (Time Is Eastern TONIGHT: Standard) —WABC- DETBOIT, Nov. 6.— (JP)— For the first time in several years there will be no Michigan college football team with a perfect record this season. The last of the state's unbeaten and untied elevens met defeat Saturday, the University of Michigan losing to Illinois after four straight victories. Hope college, unbeaten but twice tied, was trounced toy Hillsdale. The best records in the state now are held by Central State Teachers' college and Albion, •both with six straight victories ' < after losing their openers. DJBTROIT, Nov. 6. —(fl>>— The j-team Michigan - Ontario Key league will open its 1939- i season tonight with a dou- -lieader at Olympia stadium. £ontiac, (Jefending will meet Windsor, and the Detroit Holz- wlll play London, Ont., opening games. Stratford, fifth league entry, standing match in the Commercial Wednesday night should be the Plumb and Nelson-Birke's Shoes affair, in which the league's five leading bowlers will mix. Some hot scores are predicted. Bowling schedule for this we,ek: INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE Tonight Hansen and Peterson vs. Gas Corp. Weyenberg vs. Eagles. Camera Shop vs. Willoughby. Tuesday Recreation vs. Park Dairy. Moose vs. Rotary. Nelson's Service vs. American Laundry; COMMERCIAL LEAGUE Wednesday King's Court vs. Watch Case. Electric Tamper vs. Wil- ' oughby. Birke's Shoes vs. Plumb and Nelson. Thursday iEotary vs. Lions. Ladies' League Schrink's vs. Tamper. Orange Kist vs. Band Box. Friday Russell's vs. City Foods, Atkinson's vs. Handy-Things. schedule Ewtfon. Wednesday Nov. 6.—(fl>-Mau- '8, Pittsburgh Pi- In the National joined the ranks of 1, Andy Farkao and athletes who plan 'all. The former player wiU wed with Goalie Dave Kerr performing brilliantly in the nets. Detroit had a fine chance to score in the first period while NBfc-East 11. WEAF-NBC—8 Tommy Riggs; 8:30 Richard Crooks returns: 9:30 Alec Templeton's piano; 10 < Josef Pasternack concert; 11:30' Chicago opera. j WABC-CBS — 7:30 Blondie (west 10:30); 8 Kostelanetz and Mai-tin; 9 Radio theater "Only Yesterday;" 10 Guy Lombardo. !Mark ;Vt., to 15 and 20 inches in Virginia's Shenandoah valley, where snow fell in some sec' lions for 33 hours. } Snow-Diocked highways si allied 200 motorists near Bridgo- ,ville, N. Y. Red Cross Drive Workers Listed (Continued from 1'age 1) WJiZ-NBiC— 7:15 Science on the March; 8 Sherlock Holmes; Second ward, second procinct: Mesdames A. N. Kmney, S5 SSSS,^ 8 30 True or falseV 9:30 Youth Oscar Lund, Perry Ayers. Ern- were shorthanded L,, 00 finr, c tv,« v,o Q Hiinp«- m-an est Nelson. Rov Johnson, Ar- for five minutes because of major penalty the game was imposed on iRadio slashing, but scoreless until midway in the second stanza when gus Giesebrecht, last year's Freshman star, made a long unassisted scoring stab. All of the teams except the forum Sen Tom Con- thur Lapham, Oscar Christen- on "Effects of Embargo:sen, Paul Erickson, Myrtle Hol- 1 " j linger, George Dorrell. Andrew MBS—8 Author author, new iNewberg, W. H. Cuthbertson, —, time;i 9:30 WOR symphony, John Frazee, C. J. Hansen, Ernest Becbe. Third ward: Mesdames Albert new time. (Continued from rage 1) • ir.vc.stunited, said the> assault | uci'urrt'd as the two men .sat to- i gt-ther ii; Schoenbt'ck'.; cabin on ; the .-.hurt; of Ford lake. i Witnessed Fray j An eye-wit ness. William Ma- j .•-MI ul Sherman township, said j ho had arrived a few minuU'.; be-j lore thf r-pi.stidc wun sunn.' mail I and n'-w.spaner.s for Kchoenbock. j He said he "found the two men • siiiii".'. in the main room of the! cabin, apparently in I'.nocl spirits : an«l Irit'iH'ly. He said Fit/pat- ' i;ek .-.lipiJrd from a chair to the ' liu'i: 1 . v, nerrapon Seht.'f-nbeck .' .-.ei/ed a MII>; !-Uin and, UMIIS.'. it. us a clulj. .-;(..irlfd to beat Kit/pat rick over tiv- hi-ad. Pei'ple.xrd by the attack, Ma.•.'iii ,->aid he attempt ed to break ; up Ih.e mi'lec uint finally t'.ot the ' •;nn out of Schoenbeck'.s hands. : A moment, later, however, Ma- . .S'ui .'-.aid, f-Jfhoenbeck picked up ] ilic uun ai'.ain and resumed hi.s ! ^ a--.-uiull. on I itxpatrick. In the mix-up, tlie ;um was discharged, • the sin;!. !',oin:' thruu^li tile .side ; of tin- buikliii;. 1 , without injuring >•!)>'me. i Ma^on told Sheriff C\')lyer the \ sviin went off accidently in i.ii<- ! mele,. an<l that Sehncnbeck was i himself friylitenecl at the clis- ! charge, apparently I'ealixing seri- i ous injury mi!4ht have resulted. | Mr. Mason said Schoenbeck, i after considerable argument, fi- j nally became subdued and Ma- son'departed for aid. In the meantime a party of Muskegon iQi!i>t:Ui'>!is in (Vnts! I5KNTON HARBOR. Mich.. Nov. G -- r —I'nc"> p;iul i.'Tc .Sunday on B.ixl.'i packiiL-is '.vi-ri-: A|>|>li-> —HiiMit-;-.. No. !, 2'. in.. D.-U- r.uu-. b'l-!«. R 1 tirft n'.iuv-. -10-55. II.iia'A i;i^. W.i. 1 .: 11 !!' r-. .yi-:i. r i: North»'tn ilpy 1 -. ;i"-'j'i. Cl.iii" . . r i". 2'i in. .lona- llia::-. G.'i-T.x c;r.::n ^ (iolilt-n. .M)-ia. IV.irs- IVi-hcl-. K:-'::i-:-. -JO-iO. Uulor—ti-illon jui;.-. -0-^J. i Delrr.it I'riuliiri* t iQui t.'.'.inr.- ill D-niur-; -nnl CriU'-i | DI.'IKOIT. Mu-h . Nov. ii ,V. .Unlt- ' i~ci Slat'..-. IJi'pui•t.iin-ii'. <>( A^ru'iiltiiri'.i i Tratllni; «•;•••; nn.'d'r.ilf a; U." wholr- I ^ali proaurc UTnuii.il tin- iiiortniu;. I Ai>pl. .s - M;rh. t:u. !>.i,kit. I'. S No. 1. :" in. iniii W-IIKT lla:i:in.i^. -VI-iH;. 1 |ii ! ! c ions. .SMI-I..'..".. P. I (i:. i-:i.r.i>. ..W! .to. Jt;n;itha;is. .' ; ."j-Jl. r i; K.n^: Uavul^. i .-O; Spy-.. .Vr.-l :!."i. W.! r>'ii'-: -. .-Hi I ::' , ;u nun. D-liriouv •;:,- ::.>; I thiills. . : M'-.',ri; Allows. t;il-t>j. | Ct-li rv Mir!i. Imncln ... do,-, r. ••.. .30- j .-10. II 1 .-; li'j?honi lu'l)-. 10; Ijroll, ll.s. and under colored. ir>'j. I'lyinoiuli Rixk. 18; White, l.'J; levhorn broilers. 2 Ibs. an I xindrr. M; lr|;hnrii siirlns'.h, i.vtr i; Ibs. 11: t-prlnt;s. 4 Ibs up colored. !:'.,; Plyniouth R.->rk. 13'j; WlilU- R.K-K. i:.''^: ur.il r -I Ibs. colored. Kl. l'l>inoutli lU'c-k. 15. V.'lntc n<x-k. 15: ban-buck cbicki n.-. 11; riKisttr:-,. 10'..; li-Kluirn io>i-,tei-.. 10; clni-k.s. -I'r Ibs. up colored. 1'.!' .; white. H. Miiall colonel, 11; white. !!'i; i;vnc. over 12 Ibv. 12. 12 Ibs. -and diAvii, H; nirj-.i'/:,. toins. o!<|. H, youni;. lf>. hin-. 1C: c.;.jxi:is. 7 Ibs. up. 1'J; und.-r 7 lijs-., 17. Chit-aRii Dairy CHK'Af.O. Nov. fi. ,)'i .-HiilU-r Uc- ci:pti- H'.i.;i."i.i. ::iark-t .steady, cp-nniri v- ;i:t -i-mr. ,;y ..-.'in. o.i. ?.'.>. ui. '.'ty ,. «,«i. L'7 1 ,: - MI. L(P S ; H, u .. 'J.')'... 'JO ct-nti all/nl carlot-;. Iv/^v RtTt-ipt ; Zt.Hj',. inar»;»-t sU'^'ly; . Jri.'-h i:r.t.l"d. rxtr.i fir^'.s. 27. nrsts. :':i'..; 1 i'.itn:i;t ri'i-c-ipt'. 21; ri-!rij;i-i-.iti)r <\tra.-.. IB. .-lamlai-d-.. 17\. nr•.!-,. :;. Dr. Edward Hensel Ostcopathic Physician and Surgeon Announcing the Opening of His Office AT 109 East Ludington Avenue Above Montgomery Store What to expect Tuesday: IN. Boline, Frank Carlson, C. B. hunters, two Murphy brothers Europe—NBC-chains 8 a. m.; — — __ . . . f - J_t 14 i \Jfrt\f — A» J-j"k^ WA*l*4.Aii^ »-» **• iii , j New York Americans now have i NBC-BLUE 12 noon; WABC- seen action, and they'll get]cES 8 a. m., 6:30 p. m. their first test Thursday against WEAF-NBC 1'30 "" " the Canadiens. Standings—Ladies' League \y ... 14 GB Team Russell's Handy Things *8 Tamper g Schrink 7 City Poods... 3 Atkinson ... 5 Band Box ... 6 Orange Kist.. i n , 08 3 ny 2 Ladies' League Big Five (12 or more games) ,, ., , Games Ave. M. Meyers, Russell's... 15 1559 E. Schwartz, Russell's. 15 asi's A. Moline, Tamper,... 12 14&2 I. Read, Russell's 15 1424 R. Beebe, Orange Kist 12 137!? L 1 4 .7 8 7 7 9 11 Pet. .933 .667 .533 .467 .417 .417 .400 .083 Football Results Kalamazoo Central 13, Holland 6. Michigan Normal 13, Wayne 6. Albion 39, Olivet 0. Hillsdale 30, Hope 6. Vlllanova 13, U. of Detroit 6. Western Kentucky Teachers 20, Western State Teachers 14. Northwestern 14, Minnesota 7. Illinois 16, Michigan 7. Ohio State 24, Indiana 0. Iowa 4, Purdue 0. Holy Cross 46, Providence 0. Notre Dame 14, Army 0. Fordham 13, Rice 7. Princeton 9, Harvard 6. Cornell 13, Columbia 7. Penn 13, Navy 6. Pittsburgh 13, Temple 7. Dartmouth 33, Yale 0. New York university 14, Lafayette 0. Michigan State 14, Syracuse 3. Duquesne 21, Marquette 13. Boston college 13, Auburn 7. Bucknell 32, Western Maryland G. Georgetown 14, West Virginia 0. Penn State 12, Maryland 0. Manhattan 26, Boston University 0. Catholic D. 13, Tulsa 7. Mississippi 14, Vanderbilt 7. Duke 7, George Tech 6. South Carolina 6, Florida 0. Kentucky 7. Alabama 7 (tie). Tennessee 20, Louisiana State 0. North Carolina 17, North Carolina State 0. Virginia 47, Chicago 0. Davidson 22, The Citadel 14. Texas A. & M. 27, Arkansas 0. Baylor 27, Texas Christian 0. Southern Methodist 10, Texas 0. Oklahoma 33. Iowa State 6. UCLA 20, California 7. Southern California 19, Oregon State Santa Clara 27, Stanford 7. Washington 9, Montana 0, Words and music; 3:15 Ma Perkins; 6 Spanish revue. WABC-CBS— 2:30 Your family and mine; 4:30 Of men and books; 5:45 Scattergood Baines. WJZ-NBC —12:30 Farm and home hour; 2 Gallant American women; HOCKEY (By THE ASSOCIATED I'KKSS) National League Montreal 3, Chicago 2. Detroit 1, New York Bangers 1 (tie). International-American League Indianapolis 5, SyracuHe 3. Pittsburgh 2, Cleveland 1 (overtime). New Haven 3, Hershey 2. Springfield 6, Providence 1. American Association No games scheduled. Tonight's Schedule No games scheduled. Club matinee. MBS — 3 Mackay Trophy Award to army Hiers. ., . Some Tuesday short waves: DJD Berlin 6:15 Operetta; YV5RC Caracas 8:30 songs; TPA4 Paris 10:25 French events; GSD GSB GSC London 11:15 Food for thought. Many people have an instinctive dislike for bats. Yet these little mamwajs are useful to man, for they feed almost entirely on .insects. TEMPERATURE TODAY AT 11:0< Weather Forecast Lower Michigan: Generally lair, slightly colder in southeast portion tonight; Tuesday fair, followed by increasing cloudiness and slightly warmer. L. Lagesen, Frank of Muske^on and a man by the You Are Looking I LYRIC TONIGHT, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY FOR A QUALITY COAL —ASK FOR- PROMPT, EFFICIENT, COURTEOUS Service to all customers. You'll appreciate our careful drivers. Order coal from us today. THE LUDINGTON LUMBER CO. For Correct Time Phone 99 And You've Got It! Gives plenty of heat in a hurry—holds the fire over long periods. Clean, dependable coal for all kinds of weather. WE ALSO SELL PATHFINDER COAL. Dan Soli and Co. PHONE South end of Washington Ave. bridge. PHONE 721 "Once Coaled by us—Never Cold Again" 721 VJWVVW'V'ArwVU'^^J'JVVW'^V'J'^A IT'S GOT MICKEY! IT'S GOT JUDY! ...IT'S GOT- WINNINGER HUNDREDS MORE Cartoon anc itinee Tuesday

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