The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on September 1, 1951 · Page 10
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IH THF M^TOI.:V STAR Saturday. September 1. 1951 Strikes By Stras By DO:^ STRASUFAn N EBRASKANS remember Fred Dawson as a builder of cham- nions durins his tenure as Cornhu^iker football coach. He was more than a c >ach He was an inspirational leader, • master psychologist and a great sportsman. Throughout the years, he has closely followed the Huskers’ fortunes. At times, he h-as been called in to deliver an inspiring mes.sage to Husker teams th;-.t were down. Before Bill Glassford and bis current Huskers left for Curtis, Fred presented a message to Bill. Prof. Glassford thought so much of it that he had a copy printed for each squad member. We thought that you, the Huskers’ public, would like to read it, ton In tbn b»att ol •rtty top iooiball player at tb* tingle Ihougbi. -We are going after the cAampionthip," Yota are no chump but a champ: ptore it every step of the way. A champ—a lot of ptifecHoo in a lot of little fhangt—to ma$t»r the defoilt. Every move you moke out there on the field lellt me wnether yon are a lop operator or half and half. The iporft casters have predicted that Nnbratka wail be a top flight team that year, it as a blessing; a Godsend; the most beautiful stimulation a football pfayer ever had, "We are going after the chompaonship" is the ordinary manly opproach to a football season. In Nebraska's greatest years, this hot been emphasised. The loyal footbaU fans of the whole State of Nehrosko are now demand- fng championship stuff of you. They have failhfully isn ,*ars. We ore going alter the thsinpionship. Thts it our goal; a chol- ienge to meet; o spur and constant stimulation. We go forth to propart for the coming campaign with a firm belief in ourselves —and on top of Ihts —it the sledge hammer of public belief in us. So every move we make out on the field we are going to justify •or belief in ourselves and Nobraska's belief in us. Because of our unaque. "hof spot" situation —every day we five —we five out the championship ideof in all our actions. It is the most wondorful stimulation any football team ever had. Lot's deserve all the wonderfuf public belief, loyally and praise. So with ail our varo—we are bound to win. City Employes To Sign State Loyalty Oaths Markets At A Glance NEW YORK— STOCKS—Mixed; steels-cop- OMAHA. (liP). Prime steers; o*N D S — Quiet; chxmei Hogs 25-50c Lower; Steers Advance 25c big aided by rest of brought 25 cents or more on the small. ¡Omaha market. Steers weighing 1,305 pounds went for $38.75, the All city employes will sign Qmaha mar-; J ket since May. Hog prices dipped; probably by the middle of next 25 to 50 cents. Most of the small *• sheep and lamb supply w'as car- Recent legislative action re- j-ied over. quires the oaths to be signed by ‘ -------ail persons receiving pay from o . m .^ h . í public funds. The law became ef- ho*« s«i»bie 4 ,ooo; only modemeiy *c- hogs—Steady to 25 ceifts Ana 97 ti«' 2.5 to 50 cent» lower; »ows cltMini dull, ie«lVC AUg. ¿I. ,n»uncM off more; choice ¿00 to 240 Ih City Attorney John Jacobson barrow» »nd »iiu. *21 25»2i.75: 180 to 20 o¡ tííiiH tHp níatH^i for the eitv em— • S'ZX OOit'21.50; 240 to 270 lb»., *20-ij; sam tne oains lor ine ciiy ern .^^ 21 . 50 ; 27 o to 300 ib»., * 20 . 25 ® 2 i.oo; 300 1 ployes should be ready next week, ¡o 300 ih»„ »19 25 » 20 . 50 ; choice 270 to 330 Thpv must be sicned in the nres- ^t’- *owi, *19.25# 19.75; 330 to 360 ibs. iney must, oe signea m ine pres ., 1375 ^ 1950 . 9^9 ,0 400 jb,, * 18,008 ence of a notary public, he said, moo; 400 to 4.50 ib». *i7.25#i8 25; 450 to 1 cime c and returned to the city clerk’s 3^0 ih« . *i6 5opi/.50; »tat». * 14 . 1:^17 oti. Admiral ^ , .......... — ... tattle: Salable 1,500, calve» 200; high Addre»»ograph Mult ................... 59^ — OlllCe. choice and prime fed »leers strong to mostly Alleghany 3^* ... Mayor Victor E. Anderson stated 25 cenu higher; other »laughter cla.ws gen- filled Chemical ..................... 74^ : u »icadr to airong; stockcri and feeders Allies Store» ...... AVk 4 that he has been iniorined of no iq direct to deaien; two loads anís Chalmen 48U — objections to the procedure. Í52I5: Amn Can . '!!!! les Wheat Up Sharply; Other Grains Gain CHICAGO—(AP)—Wheat rose in a sharp buying movement while COTTON Steady; quiet pre- the rest of the market scored i modest gains on the board of trade Friday. Activity was rather slow, four except in wheat. holiday dealings. CHICAGO— WHEAT—Strong; business. CORN—Steady; wheat’s strength. OATS—Steady with market. HOGS—Steady to 25 lower; top $21.50. CATTLE—About steady. New York Stocks Much wheat buying came from the South- we»t. apparently reprcjcnting lifting of hedge» by mill» in that area. Flour trade circle* rt- pofUd a large ea.itrrn chain baker had taken between 1.000,000 and 1,500,000 sacks of flour for delivery over the next 120 day». Wheat clo*ed K to higher, com *■» to 4» higher, oats H to ** higher, rye »new ityle) one cent lower to 2H higher, soybean» \ to 1^4 higher and lard unchanged to 12 cent» a hundred pound» higher. Year State Health Costs Climb 15 Per Cent three loads high^^choice and primc^ J1.38.M Amtican Airlinet ‘ i 154, —" h Am Car & Fdry ............................. 33% + IH I.ocomotive ............... 20 S 4 % American Radiat Sc Si? ........ 18’i ■Sheep: S.ilable 1.500; receipts mainly we»t-j Smelt & ^ 92% + 3H ern breeding ewes; trade »low; most »laughter t . i *. T.t.. lambs and cwea being held over; packers bid-' *** * Am 1 obacco load choice 1.132 lb. weighU. *.36.00; few utility and commercial cows, *22.50® 27..50; . canncrs ani cutters, *18.008 21.75; odd choice vealers. *35 00 ,. 34 ,.161'k 63 ' % , Armco Steel •Armour Sc Co Atch Top Sc SF. Costs of health services to as- “'r« American Woolen 37% — . , • ! 4 * *u„ ¡scheduled for Monday; several loads good "Iz* . sistance recipients of the state in- ; choke 125 to 127 Ib. short termed breeding lit* t creased about 15 per cent the past «'*'«> *i6.5082i.oa year over the previous year, or k .% nhas city $414,129, figures submitted to the Hogs; :?,000, fairly active sleady to 25c . board of control Friday revealed. Siia? :: Expenditures the past year price on choke 190 240 lb$ ; tew 27 O-. 3 OO Ib Hon Works 1 sx’nrn 9'49 *>60 «.'ith Al “sAfi 1‘sQ nf butchers *20.50 to *21.00 sows steady at Hvndix AvUtion ¡wetc WItn $I.5Ub,iay Ol *18.75; few lightweights *19.00; Bethlehem Steel . lit being paid for nursing home »tags *¡6 30 down nocini Aircraft !care. The nursing home costs in-' included several load» .stores 41% 10% -I- 78% — 7% — 11 % > direct to dealers und seven loads choice to Borg-\V arner SPEEDY BACK—Dick Woslin of Omaha will bo on hand in tho Huiker backfield this yoar whon the team returns from tho Curtii drills. Wostin is one ol the fastest backs on tho roster and shows a groat deal of promise. SAFE AT THIRD—lack Kottoror. Tf/mon'i third-basoman. had the ball but the throw was an instant ¡alo as George Bitok of Papillion advanced fo third on a hit. Bilok later was in to score one of Papif- lion's three runs as they beat the Lincoln club. 3-0, in slat* softball tourney play Friday night at the Muny diamonds. (Star Photo.) Two Lincoln Teams In State Softball Semis , Karly c if Papillion and Farmers Hardware of Lincoln advanced to tbe •emifinals of the stale softball k'l'fhrook 1 0 0 0 O Western League Omalia I, Hioux City 1 Sioux City ab T h o a Omaha ab r h o a S (ord 2h .50121 Weaver 2b 4 0 0 2 3 Ibuner. 2b 3 0 0 0 2 Boyer 3b 4 0 2 0 3 Herns cf 4 0 1 3 0 Hac II llfliKk lb 4 0 2 H 0 /ernialb Henley rf 4 0 2 3 0 Moon cf 3 0 1 2 2 Huff cf 3 0 0 2 0 Adrick c ChiSox Lick Detroit, 2-0 DETHOIT~(AP)- Former Detroit Tiger Saul Kogovin shut out his old teammates for the second time in three weeks as he pitched the White Sox to a 2-0 triumph Friday night before 26,698 fans. The big righthander beat the Tigers by an identical score on August 15, giving them five hits that time. He was a little more generous in the way of hits, allowing seven. He was equally stingy with runs. Marlin Stuart, who lost a i-0 derisir>!i to tne Atnietics on Monday, wa.s the victim again,* although he tried his best to inspire his teammates to do some hitting. Stuart set them a merry pace with a triple and two singles It wa.s all for naught as his defense collapsed behind him in Chicago’s sixth. Nelson Fox opened the inning with a single and stele .second. He moved to third as catcher Bog Swift threw wild for an error in an attempt to halt the steal. ¡Shortstop Johnny Lipon booted Orestes Minoso’s grounder for a; two-base error and Fox .scored. ^ Eddie Robinson singled Minoso home and the White Sox had a' two run lead and the ball game.j It was Rogovln’s 10th win of the year. He enjoyed every min-j ute of it. He got George Kell, the; ¡creased from the previous year byinnme fed »tcer* bought to arrive >t *36.oo « c about 24 per cent, or $358,828. |‘® *38 OO; olherwue hardly enough 4 , . . * [ . 1 ^ claw on offer for adequate test of market; nccia ............ ( At the present rate of quar- scattered odd iota about steady in a clean- J^anada Di^ iterly increase, the health pro- Canadian i acific .... ‘ 4 r*w,^jL Uw. ♦u>». HheeFt 5CKJ. rot enough offered to C ................. gram costs by the end of the ma.kct: small lot» good and choice spring Caterpillar . biennium will be $1.000.000 quar- Umh» I2s.00ff2a 50; odd head slaughter ............................. 'torly- the report showid. UT? sw r„r:::: . Costs of gerreral medical care sioi x ciTï r. and surgery show,ed a decrease c'stti*- Sai»bie 1 . 200 ; calves 200 ; »mail Chicago & NNVt.......... for the year Wltn surgical down Showm* »laughter «eer» mostly steady; some Do pfdt ............ 11 ........ OKQ nnn ' high choice and fetter firm; heifer* *carce;,Chi. H v-k Island ... 11 per cent to $59,762. General „.^^y to weak, »omc bem» earned; ■ Chrysler ................... medical care was $333,257. Hos- stocker and feeders about steady; load mostly Cities Service .............. Irritnl f-nro nn civ nor rpnt fn Prime 1.06') lb fed steers. *38.00; load choke Climax Molybdm .... up SIX per ceni lo J ^,^2 averages. *37.50: scat-jColgate-Palmolive .... $346,630. Drugs showed a 10 per tered sales average good to high choice. *32..50|Colo Fuel & Iron , . Iront inrrooco tn <7QR431 I #37 00. latter price included 1,122 lb,‘Columbia Broad A .. i oL , 4 u . . . weights; few commercial cows. *27,00; odd Columbia Has Elec 1 If the health program is to be it«t strong weight cutters and mixed utility, Commercial Credit I hold nt ,' 4 nv IpvpI it will be neres-' *31,.50® 23 00; scattered sales medium and Commonwealth Edison jlicia ai any icvti, ii wiu ue slockers and feeders. *31.00 8 33.50: lat-'Consolid Edison Sary to institute controls or Iimi- pnce tor 850 Ib. weights. 'Consolidated Vultee ... tations on nursing home care, Hogs: SalaWe 2,500; moderately active; Cont Motors . ...................... „„.4 *• ♦k.x I'Sht weight butchers steady to weak; heavier Cont Oil .............. drugs and hospitalization, tne re- weights steady; sow» fully steady, few sales Corn Products .............. TXirt said about 25c higher; choice 200 to 2.50 lb. bar- Copper Range ................. i __________ rows and gilts. *21.25#21.65, top *21.7.5 for Crane ............... ~r , small lots. IHO to 200 lbs . *20.738 21.3.5; Cudahy Picking .............. . I FremOntf»FS Extend 2.50 to 300 Ibs. *20 25#21.25; .300 to ,360 Cums publishing .... tirremwilicrx CAICIIU * 9 . 25 ^ 20 , 50 : sows 360 Ib» down.icurt.ss Wright ............... tlS 50 e 20 , 00 ; few butcher type under 270 Deere ................. %,OnV6riTlOn inviiaiion ips. to * 20 . 50 : HRO to 400 ¡bs., * 18 . 00 ® Uouglas Aircraft .......... tHa 18 75; 400 to .500 lbs . *17.00® 19.00, DuPont ..................... F remont Ki5^ anians \isited tne Eagie i*icher Lincoln club Friday to extend a cmc .%00 Eastern Airline"....’., formal invitation to the district Hogv. Salable 5 .OOO; moderately active, Vatch’ ’ convention which will be held in TnVr^h°ow^^^^ least decline; bulk choice 200^-70 Ib 1 Fremont Sept. 16 to 18 R V Graff of Fremont ox- t<>dchers J21.23®21.,50: top *21.5 , , .} ^remoni ex weights * 20 . 25821 . 25 ; ' 11.1 • 'A A* J AI 1 J ID. weiRnis ouiviiris iWcih» ^ ¡tended the mvitatiop and thanked over 260 ib vcrv scarce; choice sow» 4<)o ......... ■ the Lincoln group for sponsoring ll» and General Elee ."."I the Fremont chanter in its hid Tr,“*”!’.!' Dencml Foods ............. ‘CYCLE LEAP-FROG--Jole Chitwood. Indianapolis auto race vel- etati and successor to the late Fremont chapter in its bid 590 n,. sows *n.oo-is.oo; convention site. Ijl« 25#17.00, clearance good „„„General Portland Cement Dr A V Hunter also of Fre- < Salarle l.rioo; salable calves 3<X); .............. ur. /\. V. nunier, aiho 01 rtc ,iau„hter claxscs scarce, about steady: few mont, led group singing of con- choke and prime Sleet yc-arlings *35.50# Qp^drich Lucky Teler in the auto thrill show business, lakes his life in his hands as he plays ‘cycle leap- trog with Pony Wilson, a mem- 500-600 lb. 23% M% 54 + 47% 14% .. 65 , 22 % 4 11 % . 9% . ,11% 4 , 30% , 69% -f . 47% 4 . 16% + I . 52% + ' . 14% . 48% 4 I . 30% + . 20 % — ' . 44% 4 . 48% — I . 70% — .114% — ' . 37% -. 48% — 1 . 23% . . . ., .29% ___ . 14% 4 . 57% — . 31 —• . 31 — . 18% . 9% — .56 .... . 75% — . 30% .... . 36 4 . 7% .... . 7% ~ . 10 % — 65% 4 1 . 52% — . 98% — .23% 4 . 25% — . 46 4 . 13% . . . .118% — .. 30% .. .11.5 — 1 . 27% .... .16 4 8% 4 . 59% . 44% 4 .50 4 . 36% 4 . 28% 4 ,.44 ___ 61% — 94% — Open High Ixiv/ ClosePvCIAgo WHEAT Sep. 2.38% 239%238% 239% 238%224% Dec. 242% 244% 242% 244%242% 230% Mar. 245% 247%245% 247% 243%233% {May 244% 246% 244% 246%244% 231% lJuiy 238% 240% 238%240% 238% ! CORN .Sep. 174% 174%174 174% 174 154 % 'Dec. 166% 186% 165%166% 168% 148% Har. 170 170% 169%170%170 151% ¡May 171% 171% 171171%171% 152% luly 172% 172%172% 172% 172% ¡Ò.AT8 Sep. 77% 78 77% 77% 77%79% ! Dec. 81 % 82%81% 82%81% 82 '.Mar. 85% 85% 85 75% 83 81% May 85% 83% 84%85%85% 80% Jiilv 82% 82%82 82 % 81% RYE Sep. l6o165% 163% 103% 165138 Dec. 172%172% 171 171 171% 142% July 170 170% NEW RYE Sep. 167% 16«% 166% 166% 167% Dec. 171% 172%170% 171 171% .......... May 175 176%173 175 175 HOVBE.ANS Sep. 280% 283 280% 281% 280% 1 Nov. 2«7% 2« 1 267268%267% 246% 1 J Jan. 271 272% 371273 270% 249 1 Mar. 273% 2 5 273% 274%273% 252 1 1 .May c/a% 276% 275%276 275% 254 LARD 3 Sep. 16 45 16 45 16 42 18 45 1637 14 4'3 Oct. 15.00 15,12 15.0015.12 15.00 14 47 1 ’ Nov. 13 97 14,10 13.9714.07 14 00 14 47 3Dec. 14.22 14 30 14.22 14.25 14.15 14.7.» llJan. 14.15 14 15 14.1.5 14 15 15,1514.75 « •Mar. 14,17 14.17 14.15 14.15 14.15 14 90 4 May 14.25 14 25 14 20 14.25 14.25 LINCOLN GRAIN 8«bfrdny, Beptember 1 WHE.kT: No. 1 ............................ CORN: No 2 yellow ................... No. 2 white ................. OAT8; No. 2. 50 lbs . MILO: .......................................... BARI.EY .......................................... .*2.14 1..53 1.78 .72 2.15 1.05 OMAH.A * Wheat: No. 1 hard, *2.31; No. 2 hard. *2.26% 82.31 % ; No, 3 hard. *2 2«%# 2.29%; No. 4 hard, *2 22%#2 23%; No. 5, *2.22%; .No. 1 aorthern spring, *2.30; No. 1 dark northern spring. *2.31%: No. 2 mixed, *2,24% #2.32: No, 3 mixd. *2.25V* #2.26%; sample hard, *2.16%. Comt No. 1 yellow, *1.67 #1.89; No, 2 yellow. *1.66% #1.68%; No. 3 yellow, *1.65% #166%: No. 4 yellow, *1.66%: No. 2 white, *1.90. Oats: No. 1 sshite, 83%#84c; No. 4 white. 82%c. Barter: No. 2. *1.22: No. 3, *1 18. Rye: No. 2. *1.55: No. 3. *1.54; No. 4. *1.47. nog wnn ronr rj hmvu . u hibhi- | vcntion songs and put on severali^*^ 0®-, . *?. t«-» — , 1 . ■ . B -11 ! . , . ) L steers * 1 ..50«f 3.5.00: part-load choice heifers Cre., \or RR ofd 52 — her ol his troupe. Both men will rnagic stunts for the luncheon, $37 OO; uiimy and commercial heifer» * 24.50 West Sugart 18% 4 be ieen as a part of the two- hour. 27-event program to be staged before the Nebraska slate fair grandstand next Wednesday afternoon. A balloon ascension and parachute jump will also be a part of the show. audience. Weather Ahead 4 1 (I 1 0 400110 11100 3 116 0 Browns Hit Indians, 6-3 83000; commercial cows *27.00«29.00, Greyhound ........................ 11% , mmt csnner to utility cows 119.00# 25.50; Holly Sugar ................................... 19% — utility and commeicial bull* *27.00 8 30.50, Homcstake Mining .................... 36% + commercial to prime vealers *28.(;0#37.00. Hudson Motors ....................... 13% ... »Sheep- S.slablc 50; meager supply good to Illinois Crnual ............................59% — The extended five day forecast prime Dmbs available; steady at *30.50# International Harsester .............. 34% 4 fnw l .. • 32 00; top *22 00 paid sparingly; cull and International Nickel ................. 39% ... lOr rseoraSKa. utility lamb* vcrv draggy, mostly *24 00#:International Paper ......................52% 4 Temperatures will average near 27 OO; few »mail lots yearling» »27.50# ; international Tel & Tel 16% — nnrmal- nnrmal mavimiitn « 4 -'28-50; sprinkling slaughter ewes *12.50® Johns-.Manville ................................61% — normal, normal maximum »‘*• 1590 . jone* Laughiin steel....................... 25 4 normal minimum 53 western Ne-' •---------- Kennecou Copper . braska; 56 eastern Nebraska; dknver i t " 'Sunday or Monday; moderate 22 25 ; no to i 85 ib». 21 oo# 21 . 75 . . n— %■ I precipitation in Nebraska except Cattu: Salable 700; largely fed cattle ' ^1 KANSAS CITY Wheat; 227 car»; %c to l%c lower: No. 3 % hard and dark hard, *2.30%82.35%; No. 3. % *2,27%82.31%; No. 2 red, »2,31 #2.35%n; % No. 3, *2.2882.33%n, % Cora: 48 car»: %c to 2%c lower: No. 2 . white, *l«4#2.00n: No. 3, *1.69#1.99n; %;No. 2 yellow »nd mixed. »1.70%; No. 3. % *1.64#1.70%n. % Oaf»: 8 cars; nominally unchanged to %e % lower; No. 2 white, 82®88%cn; No. 3, *»,80 8 87%cn. % I CHICAGO i Cora: No. 2 yellow, 1.80%ffl8l%: No. 4 3 , 1,79: No. _4. __1.75%® 1.77%: wmpla '¡grade. 16081.73; No. 1 white, 1.8 'x. ' 1.8581,88 %' ' No. 2. Oats; No. 1 heavy mixed, S3, feed, 1.12#1,30. X 6i<giv« rtsiautt; iai#x:i7 i»7v* waiixv : . Ai».«»«** ..........I.«» «K...,.«. »..prnal in nnpih ordered; prime yearlings and 1.340 lb. steers Dockheed Aircraft . somewhat above normal in north- :.^.^ 59 . choice to low prime heifer» 36.15;..................... west portion; average rainfall ' steady; utility and commercial cows 23.00# , .......... an.n.,n* I in V Inph- ^'W; canncrs and cutters 19 00 # 22 , 50 ;: Mar»hall Field ..., ^ — AWTIA /AT 1 \ xir FU ■* Inch, scattered medium yesriing sock »tcers JlarH" GIm L. .. _ . CLEVELAND— (AP) —With . thundershowers Saturday; again 27 00 8 32.50; medium and good feeding Mission Corp . Tigers’ contender for the Amen-¡gatchel Paige pitching a terrific 1 about Wednesday. can league batting crown, four; relief assignment against times. Kell got the ball out of jhis old mates, the St, Louis 4 1 0 6 oi^he infield only once. |Brown.s belted two homers and .3 1 14 4 Siphon»» 3 0 0 1 ¿it'hicago ab r h o a Detroit ab r h o a|(|gf(,3ted the Cleveland Indians, 1 0 0 0 0 .Shirley p 3 0 0 0 3, Fox 2b 4 12 4 1 Lip.m s* 3 0 0 3 1 ' « i o vp,.; t R o Hofoot 2 0 0 0 0 t 'ioian 0 0 0 0 0 Stewart If 2 0 0 1 0 Miiiiin 1 0 0 0 0 0 to J h nday nignt. me aeieai, 0 0 0 0 0 N'fcidicf 0 0 0 0 olRutbycf 10 110 Berry»» 0 0 0 0 0;Qi 0 vpiand’s third straight sank 4 Kryh'ki lb 4 0 1 10 1;.+ 4.0 jMinos(i3b 4 10 2 tourney here Friday night as they I'.udie _i o o o o ill’ieman'cf 4 o 2 ? o wiru'if moved past 'rillman’B of Lincoln,; Tigai* aiisaio Ti.ui» .lo 41 27 n;/.«tiiu rf ;i 0 0 0 0 KeiiHb 3-0, and Omaha Police, 5-1, in Kasierbrw.k »trua »ui for Uber in 7th. i il^ddv'k their respective games. siou" uty*" -i Hogovmp 30001 Swmc Recipient.^ of byes I nday, cim.ha (KM) 001 mix 4 ^ Offutt Field of Omaha will be K«rly. nieuiiud l,eft-.SUmx t'ity 10.|phicago the other semifinalist.s. Country Dmih» o ttB Shiriey 1 . Cber 3 , Sayers 1 .L, 000 000 000—0 -Shirley 4, 1 her 2. Sayers 1 Buns and! j.; Rni—Robinson. 311— In The Record Book Sheep: Salable 600: very slow; spring Montgomery Ward slaughter lambs steady; »heep steady; feeders Na-sh Kelvinator steady to weak; choice and prime 93 lb. ¡Nat BiKUit ... Colorado spring lambs 31,.50: utility to choke ¡Nat Cash Register shorn slaughter ewes 13.25814.25; good 88,.National City Lines [,to 86 lb. Colorado feeder lamb* 31.008 -Nat Dairy .............. 31.50. ¡Nat Distillers .......... i • ............... Nat Gypsum ............ Newmont Mining . 81% 4 30% — 7% ... 9% 4 68% — 35% -t- 21 — 17% 4 15% 4 30% + 15% ... 29% 4 56% -t- 69% 4 18% 4 4 0 0 1 0 the Indians a full game below the 4 0 2 2 0;league-leading New York Yank- 4014 0 eps. 3 0 0 2 2 j Paige, making his first appear- ................... •1 0 3 0 4 ance on the Municipal Stadium able damage to uphoisu-ry .—--------- — - I mound since the Indians dropped] p.m.—i3.ia e; tai _ luiuin ioul«‘’for™n in ^im in 1950, entered the game MUNICIPAL COURT 000 002 000 —2 dramatically for St, Louis in the] disti’uhing the peace—Joseph r FIRE ALARMS Friday 1.09 a.m.—lOO West P; car belonging to George Scott, 100 West P, afire. Consider- false alarm. PRODUCE CHICAGO EGG FUTURES Sep. Oct. Nov, Dec. N V Central North Am Aviation . North Pacific .......... I Salrs'Opcni HtghI layw iCloseiPv.ci!^'®"*’'^'’ Gas SOhio Oil •>2 55 30 5 30 54.901.55.25 55,60 V.V " V' .............. 28 1 K) 4 00 53..55 ,5.3 90^54 05 ' i'" v I m ............ ¿112 5 ¿ Il.80i52.15l52.25jp“; Am Airwiy»" 1 18 OO 18 2 47.90148,25 48.00 ' p^Amount ^1 . (’lub meets Papillion at 7;30 pm 3 m «'mnigs; sayers o' and Farmers Hardware and Offutt,and i m 2 . Shiruy 1 »nd s j "’’f Mim».), RoWnsim. i^a <'hk»go o, Detroit w ill rnllirtp at R 'lO All tournev ” 1 « HU Stuart 2. S(F- Hogovin .5. .Stuart '■ will comae ai o.ou. luuim j' powr Lber (91). 1- Phillips, Alvarer and winmr Uogovin (10-7) at the Harding. T 2 05 A—2.40.-). U McfJowan. Rommel. games are being lílayed Muny diamond.s. ( nliirado Hprtnas 4, W ichita I -26,698 State .Bank won Uie Greater Lin- ( areys* coin "league single - elim tourney as they nudged Barn. ,uirci Redeemer Lutheran beat Sho-An'if m 2 b waiter Roofing, 4-2, in a AA-2 8idaru playoff contest while the St. James girls team edged Sprague- kin» Martel, 12-11, in a Class B playoff. Other re.sults included West O T*»**» Merchants over PlaMor. 10-B, m a tfSS S: AA-2 makeup tilt. AUek »truck out for Mossi in Ulh Omaha Police 000 1 00 0—1 2 D\Vkhita 100 OOO 000—1 Farmers Hardwar- ’„ .nuGolorado .Spring» OO2 100 01x~4 1-uller, .Motllet and J ii I hk I vi Sullivan and ., ,, , w, i,m 3»ti»vma K--\Vinkic» 2. Minnkk. Crosby. RBI Tiilmsn's . 000 OOO 0 0 1 0Wakefield. Loll. lA-oiiard, Winkle» 2. 21« I'apillion OOO (): hj X 3 4 1 Skurski. Hairston. Carey Weiss, Wcrti and Suuires. Kora! ' Wkhila abr h oa Colo Sp.ab rhoa ‘('arey uI 1) 1 2 •IIsitt 2h11 2 1 2 Wakif'd If :« I 1 2 0Rui'bar If 4 ()0 2 0 lîei» rfI 0 000Skurski cl 40 2 1 « M.Hki> lb4 0 0 10« 14-onard rf 41I.1 0 Haim h 3b 40« 00Cro-sby 3b4 0« 11 I.utz cf :«0 2 1 « I,and b’rlb ;«0 0 70 Ank'm 2b 2 t) 0 .'«3H aristón c3 2 2 7 0 Sidarii 1 0 00 0Winkles »*4 0 324 F'llkius 0 4 00 50 Strahs P 3 0 Uu1 Minnick P 2 0 0 11 King 1 0 00() VI ossi p I)() 0 0t) Meek10 u 00 33 1 424 8 Total* 33 4 1027 8 Co»art. 31« Wlnkk; HU and SVakcficld. lartt. latonard DP —Carey and ..Macko. Lett - Wichita 8, Colorado Springs 7 |1«H Minnick 2, Strahs 3. SO —Minnick 2. ■Vloisi 3, Sitahs 7, H&R -oft Minnick 7 and :« in 6 Innings. Moasl 3 and 1 in 2. WP — Minnick. Winner SUahs (10-11) I.o»er-- L .Myers and I’elakoudaa T — .Minnick. LCC Jr. Tourney Finals Due Today Roger Von Gillern and Bruce ( 12240 lUe» ;«b Martin meet today in the finals of I'ostousc cf 5 2 :i 2 0 iirui*nc( the championship flight of Lin- 4 2 .3 3 0 \Vii»on 11 * coin Country club’s junior golf Uonnmg c 1 1 1 :« i m,iu» n V, , Hunter 2b 4 1 3 4 3 !a-v.i', I V 'Urn }. la‘ap »» .5 0 2 0 3 llobcru Pueblo HI, llcMvrr 1 ab r h n a Denver , U‘ap V, deiault G rote lb 2b 3 0 0 4 1 4 00 11 0 McWh'l'r c 4 0 19 1 4 1 0 0 2 Schullr p 10 0 11 \ cga P I 0 0 0 1 Jadcrlund 10 0 0 0 Epperson p 0 0 0 0 0 \'on Gillern won by from Bud Sidles and Martin was ^vgra) p a Ü and 1 winner over Buddy Williamson. In the girls’ bracket, champion-^ xoiai» ;{9ioi«27i2 TotaU 3i i 5 27 ii Khio fheM contestants will be Jaderlund flicd out for Vc»a in »cventh T. ) T Bueblc) 002 020 330-10 P'.yili.' W ilhairisun and Jeanette Denver « hmi ooi (K8)— i Tuil'.j.l E Wilson, .M.Whorter. KHl -OorbiHi» 3. Hoyt^Iird flight -m loan b. 0 't ,i Ronning, Postole.ve. Hunter 2, I.ear. Free».-, W -m ,n 3 and 2. second ,i,,t>l-MaI Morgan 21« iuiiler. Hruton. Pmlolese lH-- 11 ,PP. .-at .on \ an ,.«.m . .d . i h tm- .urb.,uv Bruton. I i unter. U- Pueblo 8 I vr ............ 1 MU H.«k. b.al .m Denver 8. UH N.utray 4, SchulU 2. \ eg.. 2. i elt. 2 and . % k Uat Malt I .PPtrson 1 SO Negray 2. SchulU 4. \ ega Taber, h and 0 f ir\t f.,ght tons .lation V.d 2 HH» and runs -DIf Schullr 8 and 4 in -'Ap.r beat Hilly Hoper ) and 3 1 1-3 innings, \ cga 4 and « in 2 2-3. Kpper- t .»‘M cuiooiaiion -Manley ’vi’iison beat iracy 'on 4 and i in .. Balk Kpperson W inner Lr-tunaii 2 ..nd : N.gray ') l.oscr SchulD (9-13). I Rice (.Irl»—I-)rsi (iivui DülU» H. it beat Nancy and KtmpcI T 2 23. A .5.399. f IVÍTV 1 V Penney J C ... • • Penn R U ............ ninth innina with two Indians nn 1*8 So, 29th, pleaded guilty, fined Some dealers when local demand arises! Pepsi Coia ............... ninm inning WlUl two rnaians on ^25 win ray a premium over local maraet auo-lPhelp« Dodge .......... base and nobody out. ' RKCKI-FSS driving —G ary D. fui -, tation» Ph.Ico ............... VVAI-KS B XTTER ¡more. 1440 Otoe-, pleaded guiUy. fined *100, Eggs: Bid for farm run 45 Ibs. net a ease. ' Philip .Morns ............ e * u driver s license su.spcnded for one year. *1140; per doren, .38c: discount for small, ¡ Philips Petm .......... Satch made things tougn lor ca RPZLESS driving —D onald p. Frank, dlny, damaged or stale eggs. Grade A, heavy. I Procter & Gamble limself bv walking the first manl3,8f>0 U, pleaded gmlty by waivei. fined *6; Sirklly fresh, uniform In sire and color per Pullman ... foo« Hire, Fa,-ley WvTvti tn filpM.vrtin M Stokke, 16.30 (). pleaded not guilty, doren. 38846c; per case, *11.40; pullet eggs. Pure on . .. to face him, Eaily Wynn, to lU« ,^,¡,1 ^,.p, jo per case. *7 50 : per doren. 25#30c. Itadio Corp Amei .. the bases. speeding — Phnnp Litt, tr . pleaded Chickens: Heavy hens. 4% bs. and over. | Remington Rand Than hr» tn-íHf> D.ilr« Mitchell' fmcd *1 20c; light and Leghorn hens, 17c: stags and i Republic Steel men ne maat ydw MuCneU| sign VIDLATIO.N—Manon ('. old rooster», 12c; heavy breed springs. 2% iHc*all Drug foul out, got Bob Avila to forCCiDerry, 1832 So. 50th, pleaded guilty by to 4% lb»., 26c, over 4% lb».. 24c: Leghorn ' Heynold.s Tobacco B %tirnu/pit:*; at cernnrl nne waiver, fined *2. and black springs, 20c: hybrid »prings. 21c. .Reynolds Metal Lroorge burnweiss ai secona, signal violation -I Cream: No. l chumir», 64ci no. 2 churn-. Richfield Oil run scoring, and wound up mat- j..,^^ MorrU. 932 K, pleaded guilty by in». 6Ic; »weet. 69c. iSafeay Stores tors by fanning Larry Doby, ¡waiver, fined * 2 . PaiBe’s cool job saved the Tl ItN--M.r,ln W. B,m.. S23 tory for Jim McDonald, who won.' 33% — %! 57% — % 10% % 50+ % 32% — % 18% — % 12% 17% + ■% i 16% 48% + % 37% + .56 +1 ! 31% 4 % * • > • • . 10% .26% ’i% 67% 18% "% 9% 69 + "% 2.7% 48%+ % 50% 70% " % 43% - % » Large Gains On Few i- issues Lead Small Market Movement .’'*1 NEW YORK—(AP)-;.A terrific ^ pull from a handful of individual I,,¡issues and a boost from strength % in a few major divisions combined Friday to put the stock market ahead moderately. Gains ran beyond *3 a share amonx ac* live upside leaders, but the rest of the market came along sluggishly with an advanc« that bogged down around the one dollar i mark. .And there was a long trail of minus signs generally confined to a range of lesj than a dollar. Coppers »nd steel* displayed the mo»t upside ¡vigor as groups, and they were followed bv golds, farm implements, motion pictures, and lutilitle*. I Other maior divisions were mixed, with ollg and aircrafts leaning lower. The Associated Press average of 60 stocks gained 29 cents at *97.60 with industrials up 30 cents, rails unchanged and utUitiea up 10 cents. The high degree of selectivene»» in FYiday's market could be traced in part to the fact ¡that the stock market will be closed Monday (or l,abor Day. and buying and selling took on a defensive tinge for the three-day holiday ■» Volume stood up well at 1.530.000 shares, ,. ¡second this week only to Thursday's 1.9,50,000 V shares. The market also was a litti.s less J broad than Thursday with 1,101 indi idual ''.issues traded aa compared with Thursiay'i »■1.115 issues Of the total traded, 472 ad- s.vanced and 359 declined with 39 new highs * and four new lows for the year. OMLAHA !6th. pleaded guilty by waiver, fined *2. ( huming cream: Net price for No. 1 cream , g®"" J®' 66“« „ idelivered country stations, 64 cents; direct'®"""’®"* C.VREI.ESS DRIAING—Reece S. Per-¡shipper price, track basis. 67 8 68 cents; XI,«) r.vf fcviir '''® i*®’' ^ Richardson. Uecond grade at least 3 cenU leag than No. 1 Honk Arft accounted, for four and Robert Rowers, 6119 Have- butterfat; retroactive class 1, *4.89 cwt.; St. Loui.s runs, two on a homer in the fifth. Freddie Marsh belted .Schenley Distillers .8acage Arnia . . .. Sears Roebuck his third against five losses. OVERWEIGHT ON CAPACITY PLATE Sinclair Oil .. . Skeliy Oil ___ Socony Vacuum class 2. *4 80, class 3, *3.76. ' Butter: Creamery Jobbing pricei, 92 »core one with the bases empty in the waiver, fined *89 vr ? xaix V* aaavaa a * s.r*’. -s. VrlCBIliriJ iUUUUlB FI1VCS» »WXil C I . Ray K. (iartin» Omaha» pleaded fuilty by 'quarters. 1 pound carton» 70 cents; 90 * 5 NO REGISTRATION CERTIFICATE— Eggs: Current reeelpfi 44 Ibs. net nuoted , H*'’. Donald A. Smith, Heaver City, pleaded guilty imostly *12 25 8 12 .50 per case of 30 dozen; ® ----by waiver, fined *11. buye.-s paying 48 cents per dozen for grade A, I®.;®"** • IMPROPER PASSING-Sankev F. Steph-Ì Poultry: Grade A hens 4% pounds »nd ^‘®"<^,'®'”‘ cns. Wymore. pleaded guilty by waiver, fined,„ver 17 cenu per pound: springs 2% tO;®'®"”'. V" *11; Charles N\. Norris, 4628 Hillside, 13 pounds. 18 cents: Iisht hens and Leghorns, i ^ ......... ftlllltv. ftnM StO IK 11 a-msuf« j riUntaV Ull .......... * Stand Brands eighth. St. layuls 6. Cleveland 3 1 Rt.laxuls ahr h oa Clevel'ndab r 1 Young 2h 41 227 Mitchell If50 ■ Î Oelsing cf 5 0 0 3 1 Avila 2b 4 0 Í * Halts c 41 2 2 0 Dobv v(4 0 „'ii IMdPrsrf 3 1 ()2 0 Easier lb 4 0 M Wood If 3 1 1 30 Rosen 3b3 0 m Arft lb 513 7 3 M'Coskvrf 4 0 K Marsh 3b 5 111 3 Hoone ss 1 0 K ’ lennings ss 3 0 15 1 la-hner 1 1 1^ McDon'dP 3 0 1 2 1 Tebhelts CI1 W I’aigc p 0 0 000 Heg.in c 1 0 Simpson Cixvmbs s* l.emon p Rrissie p \S'ynn Stirnweis» j Texas Co ................ I ran» & \V' Airlines Triconluiental Twenty Cent Fox . Union Carbide Union Pacific* United Aircraft ,,. United Airline ..... Corp .............. Fruit ........... 2 n n A n ” ‘vmia. JVnii».. a.iu ......... ■ . ........ .IlCOt;, xwins. .jau XU ccnis a pounaiij-c r’vr..,.rr. *’99” 9 Davenport, la., pleaded gviilty by waiver, fined 'single daisies. 41%#43c. longhorns. 428 ,S®o , f. 9” ij_Alberi .M. Smith. Junction ( ity, Kans..' CHIC.VGO ViPlcaded guiliy by waiver, fined »11 Live poultry; Market, bens weak, chickens I M FAILURE TO DISPLAY FLAC.S-Har- unsettled: .33 trucks. " old IA'foy Owens. New,kirk. Okla.; and h.rnest ' Hen»: Colored over 5 lb»., 25 cents a Dl.ee Hurst. I’one.x City, Okla.. pleaded gmHy 1 pound; hybrid, 22c; bareback. 22c; Leghorn. 9iby waiver, fined *20. '22c. I 1 0 (1 0 0 si'KKDlNt;—Winston F. Brinkman, 3026 Kprlngs: Colored. 25c; White Rock. 29c:i,.„.„^, i i “"‘I 'Vilmer A. Jacobs. Ashland, j Plymouth Rock. 29c; Gray Cross. 28c; N p' i i 9 ? pleaded guilty, fined *.50; Robert K. I’hillips. \Vhiie Cross. 2Hc. , v ir 0 0 0 0 l \v,Chita. Kans.; and Herbert Hendrickson. | ( heete: Twins. 39840 cents a pound; hi D? ' . 22 *. . 20% + . 43 4. -I. 6 % -r . 33% — . 55% . .59% — . 34% — . 34% — . 18% ... . 54% ... . 32% — . 4.3% — . 8 % — . 35% — . 63% + . 3 , 3 % . 11 % ... . 23 % , . , . 53% , . . . 71 — . 70 + . 2.3 1 . 17% — . 27% + .21% + . .33% — . 55% — . 22% — . 13% + . 205k + . 64 — . 101 % — . 31% — . . 28% — . 4 % .. .. 72% — . .116 + 1% ¡2% June 17% -k %:2% Dec. GOVERNMENT SECURITIES Over the Counter Quotations (Fractions in l/32nds) Aui. 31, 1951 U.S. Trcaturx Bond» Bid Asked 100 4 100 6 —.01 100.7 100.8 5')Sept. 55-51». Dec. 53-51». Mar. 54-52 . "2Sept, 53-51 . • • !2 June54-52 . 14' 2 %June55-52 . V 2 Dec. 55-51 . ii;2 Dec. 54-52 . 1 ■ vy sr ) W«June 55-.73 , I : ! 1 % Mw. 54e. J 2%June 56-54*. % '2 June 55-53 . Mar. 54e. < 2% .2 ' 1 % H 2% ' 1 % June 56-54*. Mar. 55e. Mar. 60-55*. Dec. 55e. \ 2 'a Mar. 58-58 . % 1 % April ;')6 . %,2% Sept. 59-56* , . 2% Sept. .59-56 . %'2 A i June 63-58 . .100,7 100.7 100.9 fined *25; I.ee .\ .Miles. Omaha, pleaded 90 ,core. 6.5%c; 89 Kore, 64c. yuilty by power oi attvirney. fined $15; Fran-' Kkk»: 10.580 cases: market steady Warner Bros DAD CAUGHT ‘EM—Mary Anne (left) and Bertha Belle Overlott. daughters ol Mr, and Mrs. H. M, Overton ol 6329 Fremont, Lincoln, display a couple of northern pike caught by their dad at Woman lake in norfhern Minnesota. The fish measured 28 and 32 inches. (Phofo Special to The Star.) I Totals .35 6 11 27 16 Totals i I.ehner sate on error for Sinip»on lined into double in 7ih Wynn walked (or Brissie in 9ih. ....... ................. .............. ......... .................. .«...i. ..„.. rv . ». vcox ... ,,, i Stirnvvci.ss ran for Wynn ui 9lh. ,is H Harders. Wood River, and Glen firm; extras 60 to 69.9 percent A and over. ' Auto Supply St. laiuis 002 020 Oil— 6 Kreii.schner, 3011 So. 17lh, pleaded guilty. ^3 cents a dozen; medium extra 60 to 69.9 i -A 'Cleveland 000 000 201—3'fmcd *15; Afax G. DeWitl. .3019 So. 35th; |pj.fccnt A and over 63 cents a dozen; me- Air Brk E Marsh, Arft. RUI- Wood. Arft ¿.Duane C Koenig. He.xirice; and Mickey H dnim extra 60 to 69 9 percent A and over :" «“mghouse Elec ... ¡Marsh. I-emon 2. Avila. 211 Halts HR jGriffin, 1946 West Q, Pleaded guilty by 5 x 5 ,. stand.xrds. 5.3c; current receipts, 46 c; heeling Steel ............ l.emon. Arft. Marsh. 8—McDonald. SH—¡waiver, fined *11; James F. Schram. Gretna.'d,f,,ps, 39c; checks. 33c. 'Wilson 38% — 71 — 43% + 18 .Avilo. DP—Avila, Hoonc and F.xster; Jen-ipieaded guilty, fined *10 Potatoes; Arr:vals 119. track 172. total nings. 5’oung and .Arft; Dclsing and Jennings., F.VII.UllE TO DIM HEADI.IGHTS—- p ¡c shipments 444 Supplies moderate, .Avila, Coombs and Faster. I.aiit—St Ixiuis; Edward F. Luedkc. 1642 \ me, pleaded demanc, very slow, market very dull account 10. Cleveland 9 HU —McDonald 5. Paige 1 guilty, fined *10. of «pproaching holiday. Track sales (100 lbs.); lA-mon 5. Hris-sic 1. SO—Paine 1. Lemon 7. NO DRIVER'S LICL.NSE—Harry Bauer, ¡¡daho and Oregon Russets l^S. lA, washed. Wool worth A'oungs Sheet & Zenith Radio Tube .,... 10% i2% Dec. , •,. . 14%-f- ¡2% •Mar. . •.. . 49 — % 2% Mar. ,... . 43'% + 1% ,2% June ..... 26& % |2% Sept. .... . 39% . 42% + % ;2%Dc . 13% +% 1 .h. . 43% 1% Oct. , 51%+ Ail 1 % Oct. 59%+ S '1% Nov. 62-59 62-59 2% Dec. 65-60* June 67-62 . %;2% Dec. 68-6.3 , ¡2'-i June 69.64 69-64 70-65 71-66 72-67 72-67 72-67 98.29 98.41 .. 98.29 98.31 .......... ,.103.6 iffl 10 .... .. 98,26 98.28 + 01 ,,105.26 105.30 .......... .. 99 20 99 22 ... , ..102.10 102,14 .......... .. 98.16 98.25.......... ..1014 101.8 .... .107.8 107.12 -V 03 . 109.8 109 13 . .. 99.0 99,4 -h 02 .. 98.22 98 26 02 ..111.0 111,4 -y 02 . 100.2 100.6 s- 02 .. 99.10 99.1 f + 02 98.28 99 0 .. 98.26 98.30 . .. .. 98.24 98.28 .. . .. 98 22 98 2« . . - 98.22 98,26 100.10 100.14 98 22 98,26 1 - 02 + 02 HO—.McDonald 6 in 8 (no'e out in 9th),iRoute 1. pleaded guilty, fined $1 two cars 4 00; T'riumphs U.S. lA, washed, I’aigc 0 in I. la-mon 9 in 7%, Hrissie 2 in .ND MUFFLER -James L. Heiser, Davcy, Owo cars .3 4.7, Washington Russets U.S. lA., 11% HUP —lA.‘nion (.Maptsr WP—Hrissie pleaded gmlty. fined »2 washed. 2,8584.10. Street sales (100 lbs,):iAmer Potash D 1 Winner — .McDonald <3-5>. I.oser--Lemon STOP SIGN VIOLATION-Donald Helm- Idaho Riissct.», U.S. lA, washed. 4.2584.75;I Arkansas Nat Gas A ¡(16-101. U—Grieve. Summers. McKinley and stadcr, 194 West K: and I'ecil O. Campbell, best mostly 4,50# 4.75; few 4 85; midwest Electric Bond & Share. NEW YORK CURB (.'lose Chg. U.H. Treasury Notes and Certificate of IndeNedaess (%) 1. 1951 .................................40 20 15, 1951.......................... I 22 1 14 . , 1.24 1,1% i},'» April 1. 19.i2 ..........................100.3 100..5 11% July 1. 1952 .......................100 4 100.8 Exempt from all taxation except surtaxes, estate inheritance and gift taxes. ¡Soar. T—2:43. A—23.08H. Route 2, pleaded guilty, fined *5. Grei i.»n;)T, , ; and / .. h.tmpioij .v.ip •. .nvoU fiun ■■'.¡.'ly \\ ,vnr, beat ' >nll;;n Ha>-b<r. 4 and 3 I .rsi ftighi -,ur.\'> lUon 1 .irida .loyce brat Judy Muelu-r I','-. Ihght .-shell» Jlrnri‘.i-i be;.t .--usi. Hurt, ■■r.d 1 I'l- toiisoUliun Mary V, right. 1-up. Bowling Results < Al’ll \L ( ITV I.KAfil E. Mice ( rat.ill beat 1,'nn pjiu Blue Klhbon beat Keck, 3-0. .leoM-n tveal ( apttal t iaar Co., 2-f. ( oriihuvker Te«!’»» beat McKinney, 2-1. Heavy Slate At LCC High team »cries, Oulpo»t* ..................... 27SI ,1 — I r I Blgh team gam. (lutpot ........................ »75 Labor Day Week end buh ind »»0«. m. i,e«ch . .. «'¿'i ' I Ml Bi*9 aame. J. Jensen 211 The Lalxjr day week crid will vftfkws ahmin . lkvguk . be a top-heavy one instifar as iraming beat img lacii,. t-o. Lincoln Country (dub gulf aciiviiy r'"“- i. IS concerned, with tfie father and i„,k, >,irii,e» i»eat FtnaiKe ii, 3 1 . son dub championship heading »“«*• '•*« »Bes 1 uidoce 1 22 «»# , , , . High Ind. sene». M Aden .55« me docKei \i. Aden tii IjOW and low net team winners High team game. Adjudication. «28. will be narr.eij. In addition, _ ^ 7 there’ll be prizes for the most un- DiMaggio, who holds the usual sh(jts re}xjrted to the pro record for hitting ml shop over the three-day period. eoi.serutive games, also set a Special events Lalxir day will Bacific t (last U-ague record by hitting safely in 61 consecutive i-onl(*sts in 19.13. Wind up the holiday activities. Muny Pool To Close Muny pool will close for the »eatyon at 9 p.m. Sunday. Ff>ol iJireftor Bun Galloway told The SlAT Friday nisht. round whites 2.75S3.10; some Wisconsin' Kaiser Frazer 2 ,50, Idaho, Oregon and Nebraska Triumphs i Niles Bcment Pond 3 658 3.75; Colorado, fair, 3.00; 'WiKonsin .Raytheon .......... Warbas 3.00 #3.25. j Singer .Mfg ___ ■ — ; Wright Hargraves NEW YORK — Chickens: Fresh, eastern; (boxes) 12 to i box top grades iced; 2 lbs., 33%#34c; 2'jj lbs. 34#34%c; .3 lbs., 35 8 36c; 3% lbs..! 36% — 23% 1 IONES STOCKS AND BONDS 19% T 10 + 57% — IVa ... BOND MARKET - - - . NEW AORK—f.AP) — Corporate bonds ¡35836c; 4 lbs., 35®36c; 4% lbs. and over, ¡were irregularly higher on light volume Friday 36 % 8 40c. a.s sales touched a new low for the week Turkey»: Fresh northwestern young hens' The market will be closed Monday. Ubor. Ktock* 1 53000 ft tiur». << e« a/va 10 to 14 lbs , top and second grade*. 49 % ¡Day. and the sales volume indicated that a! <’uib Sto^^lTi 2»0 OM 850c: far western, fresh, young hens 10 to substantial number of buyers and sellers ap-1 Dow Jone* closfng^id »Verage»^ , a W" STOGRS and bond « % 22 «.1* 2T1.B4 2«8..58 270.25-b0S( % i?2 S «0.38 «0.79 «0.06 «0.33—0.03 % i“'. ^< »2 45.00—0.0.3 ^ 65 Stock* 96.07 96.60 95.63 96.11+0,04 Transactions in slocks used In averages; , . Fri- Tbnrs. Wednes. I“**?* 126,400 152,800 136.100 B*'.'* ........................ 71,100 99,600 10.3.100 •‘*1* 31.400 22,500 16,200 ®5_B«ock* 228,900 274.900 255,400 Totals Hales: 14 Ibs., 49% 8 50c; Reltsville Whites dry parently started the long weekend a bit early ¡40 Bonds packed all sections young 5 to 10 lbs, 48c; Ueltsville Whites ice young 5 to 10 Ibs., 48c; turkeys bronzed young hens 8 to 16 Ibs., 46 8 5(K'. OMAHA FEEDS AND HAY .Alfalfa meai: Sun cured. 13 percent protein. *53.00; dehydrated 17 percent protein. carlou, *70.00. Government bonds of longer maturities !io iiVi^e'r Grade Rails """ «"If •y'j" Bom 2 32 of a point jfo Heeond Grade Rtlls i'."’ to b 32 on small sales Dealers said the ad- 10 Public Utllltic» vxnces deveIoj»ed primarily from a lack of 10 Industrials ...................... offerings. .......................................... Japanese bixds dominated activity in the 101.49 + 0.2.3 ».86—0.12 100.24+ C.20 99.74 + 0.05 The liist thffP no-hit games to be piuiied in the niajoi' leag'ues, NEW LUTHERAN CHAPEL—The architect s draw- were mght games. The pJtchersi ing for the new chapel and student center for were Ixfrnon, Barney and Bick- Lufidra« gJuffenlJ—.Missouri synod —c( the Univet- , lord. t sity of Nebraska is picJurod above. The building, de-. .signed by Fritz draig of Lincoln, will be consfrucled at Fifteenth and Q streets. Kingety Construction company of Lincoln will build the chapel. Cost is set at 5108.000. foreign dollar section. Several turned in gains ranging from fraction» to 4% for the Tokyo City 5$. Orient development 6s dronPed 1% to Tokyo Electric Light 6» lost %. pellets *2,25 more. Thursday, the week's high. percent protein. The Associated Press average of 10 utili- *77 00; pellets, *2.25 more ities added 0,2 of a point and that of 10 low- Honiljiy feeds; Carlots, *80.00: ton lots,'yields lost 0 2 »60 00 ; __________________ Cottonseed meal: 41 percent protein, *94 00; pellets *2.25 more. 1 COFFEE FUTURES Oats feed: Steam rolled oats, *105.00; pul-i vk W A'ORK (4P) Coffee soni Sanin* verized unhulled oats, *76 00 i AORK. (AP). (.oUee spot Santos Hoybean meal: 41-44 percent protein j No, 4 closed at 53.75 A. Cost and freight *92 00; pellets *2.2.5 more. 'offerings include Santos Bourbons 3» at Feeding tankage: 60 percent protein. *123; meal scraps 50 percent protein *123: «»ecial ^A and .)S hnnemeai J9‘> 00 banlos No 4 S (uturcs Closed 39 to 43 U p S No, 1. »21.008 22,00; ‘®"^» 131 contracu. 2. *20 00821 W; No. 3. »16.00® 19.00;; Contract *'U” future* closed quiet, do ¡»ample grade, *12,00® 15.00. saieg. NAVAL STOhES SAVANNAH, Ga. fAP) TurpeDtlisei 68%; offering» and sales, none; receipt*. o71: shipments. 1; stocks. 5,728. Rosin: Offering* and »ales, none; r»ceipu, 154; shipmenu, 216; stocks, 21,842. Rosin unchanged. A—Asked i PAYING Fresh Eggs..doz. 46c «4 Ibs. Net Welfhl GILLETT POULTRY 3-200] S«g He. 9th

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