Bloomington Daily Telephone in Bloomington, Indiana
21 Dec 1932

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21 Dec 1932

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Bloomington Daily Telephone (Newspaper) - December 21, 1932, Bloomington, Indiana Page five december 21.1932the Bloomington daily Telephone Bloomington Indiana phone 3000 Indiana University Bloomington High school municipal activities t nations sport a rents by representatives United p Ress associations College net scores Marquette. 21 Indiana 20. Earlham 44 have Ford 21. North Dakota state 23 St. Loui6, 17. Oklahoma 58 Tulsa 33. Kentucky 53 Tulane 17. St. Cloud Minn teachers 43 Duluth teachers 33. Wyoming 36 Creighton 33 overtime. Rio. Grande. 37 West Liberty 34. York. 30 Nebraska a a a a 22. St. Thomas 38 la Crosse teachers 30. Emporia teachers 32 Durant okla teachers 26. Wittenberg 31 Bluff ton 28. Colorado College 43 Davis and Elkins 30. Southwestern kansas28 Edmond okla teachers 25. Fort Hays kansas40 Kearny neb a teachers 22. Rockhurst 25 Baker 18. In three Way Diamond Deal Milwaukee wis., dec. 21. A a Field goal two minutes before the final gun by Kukla Marquette Center gave the Milwaukee team a 21 to 20 Victory Over Indiana University a net team Here last night it was the first defeat of the season for the hoosiers. Who had won three previous games. The game was a nip and tuck affair throughout with the Lead changing hands several times. Marquette led 10 to 9, at halftime. Dickey Indiana Center had a Chance to win the game for his team in the closing minute of play Bloomington High schools second team took a 35 to 6 trimming at the hands of the Martinsville reserves in a preliminary game at the High school gym last night. Martinsville was ahead 15 to 4, at halftime and scored almost at will against the Panther cubs in the final period. The lineup and summary Bloomington 6 Fig Ftp Wood f 0 2 3 Worley f0 1 1 Jennings f0 0 0 Walker of. 0 0 0 Wheeler c0 0 0 Watts c0 0 1 Parrish c0 0 0 Hayse g0 1,1 Szatkowski a. 0 0 0 thrasher g1 0 0 Vaught g0 0 0 but missed a close in attempt. A w a single free throw was Marquette a margin of superiority each team collected seven Field goals but Marquette converted on seven free throws while Indiana wa>3 making Good on six. Morstadt who scored three Field goals and four free throws was High Point Man for Marquette while Hudson Weir and heaven Ridge were outstanding for Lnda Ana. A a a Porter of Indiana and Ronzani of Marquette were ejected from. Continued on Page 7 totals. Marlins value 33 Goss Cobb Phillips Coyle f Garrison Maxwell Eubank Cdale Thacker Phelps Gwilliams g Smith Ghere Are four of the five National league baseball players who will change uniforms As a result of the three cornered Deal just consummated Between the new York giants Pittsburgh pirates and Philadelphia nationals. Fred Lindstrom left giant third baseman and outfielder goes to the pirates and his teammate Chick Fullis lower right goes to the Phillies. In return the giants get George Davis top right from the Phillies and Glenn Spencer Center from the pirates. The Phillies also get Gus Dugas from the pirates. There was Cash involved in the trans action but the amount was not disclosed. Totals Rural route five the Young people or new Bethel Church Are giving a Christmas program Christmas night at 7 30 of clock. A talks by John Richard san. Mott Fleetwood and vein Deckard readings William masters Nellc Terrell Vivian Shields Mildred Richardson Virgil bucker Glenn Corman Helen Shields Woodrow masters Earl Terrell and Dale masters songs mixed quartet Lloyd and i Raymond Groce Mildred Richardson and Margaret Groce. Duet Lois and Mary Shields male quartet Carl Davis William and Ralph Richardson and Raymond Groce. Duet Wanda and Maxine masters a music Leonard Knight music by masters Brothers and Leonard Knight. There will be a Christmas program at the Butcher school Friday. Mrs. Lester Nottingham will have a Christmas tree for the children at Knight Ridge school Friday afternoon. Church at Solomon Hensley Sci every wednesday night. Every body Welcome. Charles Foreman called on Lon Campbell thursday. Mrs. Taylor Terrell called on mrs. J de Saffell sunday. Mrs. Saffel is recovering from the flu. Or. And mrs. Ray Shipley spent j sunday with or. And mrs. Gabriel j Baxter. A mrs. Joe Flynn called on mrs. Donald handlers monday morning. A practical gift that will please the entire family a a a a a a a a if. If my j hot water Heater Lively action is promised in the Bloomington Industrial basketball league this week with two games scheduled to be played at the High school gym tonight and two tomorrow night. The feature encounter on the program tonight is the Battle Between Nikirk s and Coombs scheduled for 8 36. The Coombs five is leading the league with a record of four victories and no defeats while Nikirk s is one of the most dangerous challengers. At 7 30 the merchants and Johnson a will tangle in another encounter which should be Woith seeing Hig Hught of the play tomorrow night will be the engagement Between the j. C. Penney and Hendrix Bros quintets at 7 30 which May resolve itself into a scoring Duel Between Joe Bill Spriggs flashy Sharp shooting Forward of the Penney five and Russell bran am leading Point Gutter of the Hendrix Crew and also of the league. The play boys and Phi delts will meet at 8 30 tomorrow night. For All make cars a two Bloomington Junior High teams clashed last night in the first preliminary game at the High school gym a team a a Quot defeating team a a a a 13 to 9. The lineup and summary team a Fig it Hyde f 1 0 Wilbur f0 0 Jacobs c2 0 Gross g a. 3r 1 Koontz g0. 0 s ton sex g0 0 now one half former prices Don t confuse this Heater with cheap makes a Dees is the very Best Money can buy and is guaranteed by us As Well As the manufacturer. Louis Huff Check these new Low prices totals North of town or. And mrs. Wayne Williams and family visited mrs. Janie love and miss Julia Mcnealey sunday. Mrs. Earl Kates who has been j ill with diphtheria is improving. Or. And mrs. Bert Canada and j daughter Virginia of Chicago arc visiting at the Home of or. And j mrs. J. S. Bastin. Or. And mrs. Paul Maxwell of i Martinsville and miss Bernice Gaskins visited at the Home of or. And mrs. Thadius Baugh sunday. Chester Huff received a painful injury to his Eye saturday when a \ piece of steel hit him in the Eye while he was working. The steel had to be removed by a physician sunday. Winchel Jones is improving from an illness with diphtheria. William and John Robson visited James Bastin monday night. Mrs. Janie love and miss Julia Mcnealey Are ill. Allen Gaskins and Austin Bastin listed or. And mrs. Frank Bastin and family monday night. Eugene Bastin broke a Finger monday while sled Riding. Walter Collier spent monday night with or. And mrs. William s. Sage. Byron and Ruth Huff children of or. And mrs. Chester Huff who have been ill with diphtheria and bronchitis Are improving. Or. And mrs. Roy Robinson Are ill with flu. Oscar Smith is ill with flu. Kextel Robinson was out of j school monday with a severe cold t Thomas Pitman was in Spencer monday on business. Or. And mrs. H. O. Taylor moved on the Oscar Frye farm recent Xmas High school net scores Martinsville 26 Bloomington 12. Muncie 20 Washington 19. Peru 30 Horace Mann gary24. R Emerson gary20 Wallace gary14. A Seymour 28 Brownstown 12. Anderson 28 Frankfort 17. Was $32.50 a plus installation charge for the ladies with each dress or coat cleaned and pressed at 1 now Cross roads the ladies Aid of the Ellettsville m. E. Church entertained the Cross roads ladies Aid thursday with a Christmas dinner and party. Those attending from Here were the mesdames James Richardson Elbert Reeves Oliver Hamm Russell Hughes Clarence Borden William Gifford or. Frank Hamm Clarence Howe Frank Kirby Joe Ferguson Silas Goodman mrs. Crissman Ivan Brashaber Homer Binkley Elmer Binkley Clarence Cline Druie Brashaber John Brashaber Harvey Daniel and Albert Worral. Mrs. Floyd King who has been very ill the past week is improving. The Standard bearers held their monthly meeting sunday evening at the Church. Miss Mildred Reeves will entertain the Epworth league with a Christmas party in her new Home Friday evening. Or. And mrs. Noah Miller and Ellen Ann wer2 guests of or. Millers parents monday. The Rev. Bolin closed his revival sunday with six new additions to the Church. The sunday school will have their Christmas program sunday morning. December 25. Or. And mrs. Benton Hacker who have been visiting relatives Here have returned to Detroit. Miss Hazel Hall accompanied them Home. I miss Opal Hall and Leland Hall i Are visiting in Indianapolis this a week. This but the very latest Type Auto radio. Six new Type tubes automatic Vou unto control. No a. Or ii batteries required. This Low Price is about the same As Uriost old style receivers. A one ladies hat cleaned and blocked a for All make cars Fri come in and see this before you buy with 2 suits or suit and Topcoat cleaned and pressed a real Christmas gift Goodyear we will clean and press 1 pair trousers All sizes new Low Friges lords not included prompt delivery Winfred Jones who has been ill remains about the same. Mrs. Oscar Smith is in the Long Hospital at Indianapolis where she will undergo an operation soon. Mrs. E. Porter and Little son Are ill with pneumonia. They live on the Samuel Van Busk irk farm. C. W. Gaskins is suffering with boils on his head. Miss Betty Jane Robinson and brother Robert Are ill with flu. Mas Charlotte of Neal East 12th Street who has been in Indianapolis taking treatments for her Arm which she injured in an automobile Accident several weeks ago will return Friday to be with her parents Over Christmas j. Tel. 4025 408 so. Washington 3rd and College phone 6041 John St. Clair of this City will go to Indianapolis for Christmas. x tax a a

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