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DEC. 20, 1032-
Basketball Notes
two outstanding contenders lot
the championship of the central
states anniversary tournament were
dropped from the running in the
opening play at the Dearborn hotel
Monday night when St. Patricks
bowed to the Dearborn Flashes, 27
to 25. and the Real Silk Night
Hawks forfeited their tilt with the
Dooley Hotshots.
Playing a fast offensive game. th*
F.ashes overcame a 18 to 9 margin which
the strong south side quintet nad piled
up in the first half and with Lynch and
leading he attack, kept out in front
until the final gun.
Metcalf* field goal In the last five sec
onds saved the Indianapolis Reserves from
felling at the hands of the Bridgeport.
Cardinals and accounted for the winner's
2ft to 28 margin.
Citizen's Oas nosed out Mars Hiil A. C.,
33 to 39, with Henderson leading the
acorlng for the winners.
First round matches continue tonight,
with four tilts on the program. The
schedule:
7—lrvington Trojans vs. N. & M.
Garage
7 ;80—Taggart Baking vs. Rhodlus.
8 40—-Bt. Philip A. C. vs. Indianapolis
Morris Plan.
9:30 William H. Block Cos., vs, Vaga
bond Club.
Independent, amateur and league basket
ball new* sent to The Times Is published
without cost. Team managers are invited
to use this column for announcements of
games wanted, games to be played, results
and other Items. League secretaries are
requested to bring In or mail standings.
Keep Items as brief as possible without
leaving out Important matter. Don't call
in by phone with notices until after 10:15
a. m. Address letters to Times sports
editor. Bring, notices to aerond floor.
Times building. Write on one side of pa
per and be careful about names, addresses
and telephone numbers. This free service
Is open to eltv. county and state teams.
The Crimson Cubs gained their fifth
straight victory in the Olympic Sunday
1,-ague at the hands of the Olympic
Flashes, winning 54 to 27. The Olympic
A C and the Olympic Buddies were in
s"rond place behind the Cubs with four
wins and one loss each, the A. C. winning
from the Bluestein A. C., 49 to 43. and the
Buddies swamping News Blue Streaks. 62
to 35, R. O. C. club completed the sched
ule by Downing Woodsidc A. C., 41 to 25.
Olympic Buddies and the Indianapolis
Buddies will meet in the feature game
Wednesday night as the second half of the
Olympic Wednesday League gets under
wav The Olympic five, possessor of first
place with five straight wins, will stack up
against, a strong outfit in the Indianapolis
Buddies and a fast game is expected. They
meet at 8 o'clock. In the other two games,
the Olvmnlc A. C. meets the Question
Marks at 7 p m. and the south side Bear
cats meet the Crimson Cubs at 9 p. m.
Irvington Trojan Juniors registered their
ninth consecutive victory, overwhelming
Irvington Flyers, 48 to 16. Bob Clements,
Junior center, captured all honors with
twenty-three points, while Winneger was
close behind with sixteen. Mullen and
Dceter starred on defense. Raybolt was
best for the Flyers. Teams in the 15-18-
year-old class desiring games with Tro
ian Juniors, call Ir 3429, between 5:30 and
7 p. m., ask for Dick Arsenal Bulldogs
and O'Hara Sans Juniors, notice.
The undefeated Hardwood Kids added
two more victories to their string, beating
North Side Boys Club. 25 to 21. and
trouncing Holy Cross Flashes. 34 to 12.
Harlan and Fritche starred for the Kids.
Call Ta. 4161, ask for George Frleje, for
games.
Led by Cooper, who tallied six field
goals, Indianapolis Cubs nosed out the
strong Crawfordsville Casket quintet in
a thriller at Rhodius Monday, 34 to 33.
Frankfort Invades Rhodius next Monday
to tackle Cubs. Cubs B team dropped a
20 to 15 decision to Mooresville in the
preliminary game.
East Tenth Merchants take on Indian
apolis Star eager* at Dearborn gym
Wednesday at 7 p. m.
Franklin Township Aces romped to a
32 to 27 triumph over St. Matthews
Lutheran Monday night. On Dec. 26. Aces
lake on Anderson Eagles at Franklin
township.
Hoosier Athletic Club edged out United
Motors Service quintet in a thrilling over
time battle. 22 ta 20. Tynan and Mann
starred for the winners. For games on a
homr-and-home basis, write William Mc-
Ferly. care of Hoosier Athletic Club.
Irvington Trojans downed the New Pales
tine Red Birds, 26 to 24. in a close battle
Monday. Bob Gladden scoring the win
ning field marker in the last thirty seconds
of play. Bill Adamson and Ruck Hender
son were high scorers with ten and eight
points,, respectively, while Bottema and
Bennett also performed well for the vic
tors. The newly organized Troian girls
desire a game for Thursday night. Call
Charles Dorn, Irvington 0937.
Indianapolis Tigers return to the hard
wood field, playing in the 17-19-year-old
class, and desire games with teams having
access to gyms. Chrlstamores, Y. M. C. A.
Dragons and Hoosier A. C., notice. Call
Harrison 4648-J, between 5 and 6 p. m„
ask for Bob.
Hacker Ares nosed out Tabernacle Hi-
Tabs in a thriller. 25 to 24. Aces want,
games in the 14-16-year-old class with
teams having access to gyms. Call Talbot
6193, ask for Abe.
Indianapolis Water Company cagers will
oppose Ferndale A C at Brookside gvm
Thursday at 8:30 p. m. For games with
the Water Company five, call Lincoln 7591,
ask for Hartley.
Indianapolis Invaders were beaten by
Holy Trinity A. C. in a hard fought and
well-played game. 21 to 19. The tilt
was decided In the final minutes of play.
Lawrence starred on defense for the losers,
with Oable and Martin leading the at
tack. Invaders would like to book a re
turn game with Holy Trinity and also
would like to hear from South Side Turn
ers. O. and J. Tires. St. Patricks and
Ell Lilly. Invaders also play road games
and would like to hear from out of town
teams. Call Ta. 5844 before 7 p m.,
ask for Ed. or write Ed Lawrence at 711
South Meridian street.
In games at Pennsy gym Sunday. Lilly
Girls defeated Y. L. S. Girls, G. and J.
defeated Dooley Hot Shots, and Eli Lilly
defeated St. Pats. 30 to 23. Three players
were put out of the feature game on fouls
and two others, one from each team, were
ejected for unnecessary roughness. Fink
was best for the winners, while Wood and
McFall were outstanding for the losers.
Bridgeport Cardinals were upset. 29 to
28, by Indianapolis Reserves in a thriller
at Dearborn gym Monday night. With
five seconds to play. Medcalf dropped in
a field goal to decide the fracas. Cards
trailed at the half, 13 to 12. Sagers was
outstanding for the losers. Cardinals play
Cicero tonight at Bridgeport.
Bridgeport Flyers lost a hard-fought
rontest at Cnstleton, 28 to 26. at Castle
ton Monday night. Fivers trailed at the
half. 14 to 10. but overcame the lead in
the final quarter, only to be defeated by
a last minute rally. Price and Stegcmiller
were outstanding for the losers. Fivers
play Dingo A. C.s at Bridgeport tonight
a 7 sharp.
O'Hara Sans will play a return game
with Capitol Silents at Brookside gvm
Wednesday at 8 p. m. Sans captured the
decision in the first same on the Scents'
court. Sans played Wonder Bakers Mon
dav night. For games, write H. L. Hustedt.
1130 North Dearborn street. Hope Car
dinals. Spencer Merchants. Cicero Mer
chants and Monon A. C., notice.
Communal Midgets wil face the strong
Indianapolis Wizards of the Indiana
Junior Conference at Communal hall, 17
West Morris street. Wednesday night A
large crowd is expected. Midgets have
access to a gym every Wednesday night
and desire games with city and state
teams In the 18-20-year-old class. Call
Rl. 7285. ask for Duke.
Meridian Cleaners, a newly organized
team, boast a strong lineup and are
ready to book games with the strongest
city and state teams. C. Werhsler. former
Celt star, and P. Davis, former Y. M. H.
A. ace. have been signed by Cleaners. For
fames call Rl. 7284. ask for Duke, or write
22 South Illinois street.
Emerson Merchants nosed out Speed
way Merchants in a bitter battle at Dear
born gym. 28 to 26. Page and Williams
starred for the winners and Templin for
Spoedwav. For games with Emerson, call
Burt Oilklson at Ir. 6453, between 5 and
7 p. m.
Memorial Skabookles trounced Tartans.
25 to 14. Monday night. The rivals were
deadlocked at 13-all at the three-quarters
mark, when Memorial turned on the
power.
Memorial Presbyterian eager* captured
an easy 28-to-12 decision over St. Paul
Monday.
East Bide Zlnpers defeated Trinity Cubs
35 to 14. D. O'Connor, J. Hunt and P.
Kestler starred for the winners with ten
points each Zippers desire games with
teams playing In the 16-20 class. Call
Hugh Quill, Riley 3219.
Red DevMs desire games with teams in
the 14-16 class having access to gym. or
will go fifty-fifty with other teams. Call
Harrison 0561 and ask for Bill.
IRISH NAME STARS
Pu Science Service
NOTRE DAME, Ind.. Dec. 20-
Three Southern California players
were picked bv Notre Dame grid
men on the all-opponents team for
1932. The selections follow:
Sparling, D. B C.. and Feacl, North
western. ends; Mehringer, Kansas, and
Smith, V. 8. C.. tackles; Summerfelt.
Army ana Ready, Navy, guards; Tormey,
Pittsburgh, center: Griffith. U. S. C.. quar
ter: Heller. Pittsburgh, and Kavei. Car
regie Tech, half backs; Olson, fefo.tb-,
western, full back.
STOCK MARKET
SHOWS UNEVEN
TRADING RANGE
Selling Continued in U. S.
Steel Common and
Preferred.
Average Stock Prices
Average of thirty Industrials for Mon
day, high 61.51, low 59.62, last 60.08, off
.03 Average of twenty rails 27.88, 27.31,
27 35, off .24. ✓Average of twenty util
ities 28.50. 27.94, 28 01. off .09. Average of
forty bonds 77.55, up .03.
BY ELMER C. WALZER
I’nited Press Financial Editor
NEW YORK, Dec. 20.—Selling
went ahead in United States Steel
Corporation issues at the opening
on the New York Stock Exchange
today. The main list was irreg
ular with changes mostly in a frac
tional area. Trading was light.
United States Steel common stock
opened at 28%. off %. The pre
ferred was down nearly a point
at 57.
American Can opened at 55, un
chaged; Allied Chemical 81%, up
7 : Case 42%*, up %; Sears-Roebuck
19%, off %; Woolworth 36%, up %;
United Aircraft 25%, off V 2; Ken
necott 8%, off %; Atchison 39%,
unchanged; New York Central 20%
of Vs, and Standard of New Jersey
29%, unchanged.
Volume was lighter than in re
cent dull sessions. Tickers were
idle several minutes at a time.
Prices, however, held around the
opening levels.
Railroad shares and utilities were
steady. Auburn Automobile was
quiet around the previous close.
Chrysler made a small gain.
Bank Clearings
Indianapolis Statement
—Dec. 20—
Clra ring’s $1,485,000.00
Debits 3 946.000 00
Foreign Exchange
(Bv Abbott, Hoppin Cos.)
—Dec. 20-
Sterling. England $3 32%°
Franc. France 0390%,
I Lira. Italy 0512
Franc. Belgium 1384
Mark. Germany 2376
Guilder. Holland 4016
Peseta. Spain 0815
Krone. Norway 1715
Krone. Denmark 1724
Yen. Japan 2115
Investment Trust Shares
(Bv Abbott. Hoppin Si Cos.)
PRICES ARE TO 12 NOON C. S. T.
—Dec. 19—
- „ , Bid. Ask.
Am Founders Corp com .75 .87
Amer and Gen Sec (A) 2.50 5.50
Am Inv Tr shares 1.00 1.25
Basic Industry shares 2.00
Collateral Trustee shares <Ai.. 3.00 3.12
Corporate Trust (newi 1.60 1.70
Cumulative Trust shares 2.81 3.00
Diversified Trustee shares (At.. 7.12 7.50
Fixed Trust Oil shares (Ai 6.37
Fixed Trust Oil shares (81.... 5.00 5.25
Fundamental Trust shares (Ai. 3.00 3.37
Fundamental Trust shares (Bi. 3.00 3.25
Leaders of Industry (A) 3.00 3.25
Low Priced shares 2.25 2.62
Mass Inv Trust shares 14.25 15.75
Nation Wide Securities 2.50 2.60
North American Tr shares (53) 1.78 1.85
Selected Cumulative shares... 5.37 5.75
Selected Income shares 3.75 3.12
Shawmut Bank Inv Trust 2.00
Std Amer Trust shares 2.60 2.80
Super Corn of Am Tr shares... 2.40 2.50
Trustee Std Oil (A) 3.25
Trustee Std Oil IB) 3.12 3.12
ft a Eler LI A- Pow (A) 14 00 14.50
Universal Trust share 2.17 2.25
New York Liberty Bonds
—Dec. 19—•
Close.
Liberty 3%s ’47 102.1
Liberty Ist 4'/s '47 102.
Liberty 4th 4%s '3B 103.21
Treasury 4%s '52 109.7
Treasury 4s '54 105.20
Treasury 3%s '56 103.20
Treasury 3%s '47 101.7
Treasury 3%s '43 March 101.18
Treasury 3%s '43 June 101.21
Treasury 3%s '49 98 15
Treasury 3s '55 96.22
INDIANAPOLIS STOCKS
AND BONDS
(Bv Newton Todd)
The following ouotations do not repre
sent firm bids and offerings, but indicate
the approximate markets based on recent
transactions or inquiries to buy and sell.
—Dec. 20—
Stocks
Bid. Ask.
Belt R R and Stkvds com... 22 26
Belt R R and Stkvds pfd 45 50
Citizens Gas com 14 17
Citizens Oas 5% pfd 67 75
Indpls Pwr & Lt 6% pfd .... 58 63
Indpls Pwr Si Lt 6%%. pfd 64 69
Indpls Gas com 42 46
Indpls Water 5T r pfd 99 96
Indpls Pub Welfare Ln Assn.. 47 52
Nor Ind Pub Serv 7% pfd.... 58 61
Pub Servos Ind 6 r ' r pfd 28 32
Pub Servos Ind 70 pfd 34 38
So Ind Gas and Elec 60 pfd. ..60 67
Terre Haute Elec 60 pfd 45 51
Bonds
Belt R R and Stkvds 4s 83 88
Citizens Gas 5s 1942 88 91
Indpls Gas 5s 1952 81 84
I Indpls Rvs 5s 1967 21 26
Indpls Pwr & Lt 5s 1957 90 92
Indpls Water 4%s 1940 96 99
Indpls Water 3%s 1953-54 ...100 102
Trac Terminal Corn 5s 1957 .. 36 41
Joint Stock Land Banks
Fletcher 5s 66 70
Ft. Wavne 5s 41 46
Lafayette 5s 37 40
Phoenix (K. C.l 5s 57 61
Chicago Stocks Opening
(By Abbott. Hoppin & Cos.)
—Dee. 20 —
Cord Corp 6% Nob Sparks .... 17%
Coni Chi com.. 1% Swift Inti 14
Cont Chi pfd... 17% Walgreen Stores 13%
Insull 6s 1940. .. 1%
RAW SUGAR PRICES
—Dec. 19—
High. Low. Close.
January .68
i March 93 .72 .73
Mav 78 .77 .78
July .83
September 89 .88 .88
December .67
NEW YORK COFFEE
—Dec. 19-
High. Low. Close.
RIO
March 5 70 5 60 5.60
Mav 5.50 5.40 5.40
July 5.22 5.17 5.22
September 5 23 5.11 5.11
December 5.88 5 85 5.87
SANTOS
March 8 28 8 10 8 20
May 7.95 7 83 7 88
Julv 7 80 7.60 7.71
September 7.65 7.55 7.55
December 9.37 v 9.21 9.21
WOMAN FALLS ON ICE,
RUN OVER BY MACHINE
Suffers Broken Leg in Accident;
Wilkinson Girl Driver.
Falling on icy pavement Monday
i in the 5400 block East Washington
I street. Mrs. Minnie Brown. 53, of
5113 Burgess avenue, was run over
by an automobile before she could
regain her footing, and incurred a
broken leg.
It is not known whether the fall
or the automobile was responsible
for the injury. The car was driven
by Miss Lois Jackson, 21, Wilkinson,
Ind.
Ask Truck Line Fermi t
Permission to operate a truck
freight line between Indianapolis
and Kokomo through Carmel and
Westfield, is asked ln a petition filed
today with the public service com
mission by the Speedway Transit
Crtnpany, 245 West Merrill street.
j New York
Stocks
i (By Thomson Ac McKinnon.
—Dec 20—
Prev.
Railroads— High. Low. 11:00. close,
Atchuon 40 39% 39’ 4 39*4
Atl Coast Line 20% 22
I Balt A Ohio 9's 9%
' Chesa & Ohio .. 26% 25% 28% 26%
: Chesa Corp ... ... 15
Can Pac 13% 13% 13% 13%
Chi Grt West 2%
Chi N West 4
C R I & P 4 1 a 4%
Del L & W 24% 24 24 24
Del Si Hudson 57
Erie 5% 5%
; Erie Ist pfd 5' a 5' a
.Great Northern. 8% 3% 8% 8%
I Illinois Central 131.
I Kan City So ... 7
I Lou Si Nash 22 21 1 i 22 21%
MK&T 6
1 Mo Pacific 3
I Mo Pacific pfd 5 s '/!§
N Y Central .. 20’a 20% 20% 20 a
Nickel Plate 2% . .
NY NH Si H 14' a 13% 14% 14%
Nor Pacific .. . 14% 14% 14% 15%
Norfolk <fc West 115 114 115 114%
O Sr. W ... 734
Pennsylvania ... 15% 14% 15 14%
Reading 30%
180 Pacific 17% 17% 17% 17%
1 Southern Ry 5% 5% 5% s>i
| St Paul ... ... 1%
: St Paul pfd 2% 2% 2% 2%
St L Si 8 F 1 % % %
I Union Pacific 71% 70% 70% 71%
1 Wabash 1% 1%
j West Pacific ... 1% 1% 1% ...
Equipments—
I Am Car Sc Fdy 6
! Am Locomotive 5%
lAm Steel Fd 6 57k 5% 6
Gen Am Tank.. .. .. 15% 16'4
General Eiec... 15% 15% 15% 15%
Gen Ry Signal 14
Lima Loco 10%
N Y Airbrake 7%
Poor & Cos 2
Pullman 19% 19s
Westinghse Airb 12*4 12%
Westingh Elec... 28 27% 27% 27%
Rubbers—
Firestone 15 15%
Fisk % 1,
Goodrich 43, 4.%
Goodyear 15% 15%
Kelly Sprgfld 1
Lee Rubber 434 .
U S Rubber 4% ' 4%
Motors—
Auburn 52 <4 51 51 51%
Chrysler 16’, 16% 16% 16%
General Motors.. 13% 13% 13% 13%
Graham-Paige 2%
Hudson ... 5'
Hupp ... .23%
Mack 21
Nash 13% 13% ' i.3% 13%
Packard 2% 2%
Reo 1% 1%
Studebaker 4% 43.
Yellow Truck 3% 334
Motor Access—
Bendix Avlath n 10% 10 10 10%
Borg Warner 9 g-.
Briggs 4% 4% 4% 43 4
Budd Wheel . 1%
i Eaton V . 5%
lEI Auto Lite ... 19 is% 19 "ig
Honda . 2%
Motor Wheel 3%
Murray Body '3%
Sparks W ... . i>, "ji.j
Stewart Warner. .. ... . 3
Timkin Roll ' 15
Mining—
Am Metals 3s,
Am Smelt 12% 12% i2% 12%
Am. Zinc ... j% 3
Anaconda Cop.'.' 67k 6% 6% 6%
Alaska Jun 13% 13% 13% 13%
Cal & Hecla 2%
Cerro de Paasco .. ... 6V4
FrceDort Texas 24% 21%
Howe Sound 5%
Int Nickel 8 77k 8 7%
Inspiration ... 2 2%
Isl Crk Coal . . 14% 13% 13% 14
Kennecott Cop.. 8% 8% B'% 8%
Noranda . i6a ß jgs /a
Texas Gul Sul.. 22% 22 22% 22%
U S Smelt 13%
Oils— 4
Atl Refining 16 16
Barnsdall 3% 4
Houston 2%
Indian Refining. ,\ ... . . 2
Sbd OH 18%
Mid Conti 5 4% 4% ...
[Ohio Oil 6% 6%
Phillips 5% 5 5% 5
Pure Oil 3Vk 3% 3% 3%
Richgeld %
Roval Dutch ... 19%
Shell Un 5% ...
Cons Oil 5% 5% • 5% 5%
Skelly ... 3%
Standard of Cal. 24% 24% 24'% 24
Standard of N J 29V* 29% 29% 29%
Soc Vac 7% 7% 7% 7%
Texas Cos 13% 13% 13% 13%
Union Oil 10
Steels—
lAm Roll Mills .. 8 7% 77k 8
Bethlehem 14% 14 14 % 14%
Byers AM 13%
Cruc Steel 9%
Inland 14%
Ludlum ... ... 5%
McKeesport Tin. 44% 44% 44% 44%
Midland 6
Repub I & S 5%
U S Steel 28',k 27% 27% 28%
Vanadium ... 12 12
Youngst S & W 5
Youngst S Si T lo>/ 2
Taboccas—
Alp Tob IAI new 58 % 57 5 7 59
Am Tob (B) new 61 59 59 61%
Con Cigars 41/,
Lig & Myers 8.. 56 55% 55% 57%
Lorillard 13% 735,-
Reynolds Tob ... 29% 29% 29% 30%
U 1 *4 ' Vs %
Utilities—
Adanys Exp 57k 5*4 5% 5%
Am For Pwr 6% 6% 6% 7
Am Pwr Si Li 77k 77k 77k 7%
£ , T ,- & T ANARUS„ - ln6 104S
Col Gas Si El 16'k 15% 15% 16%
Com & Sou ... 2% 274
Cons Gas 597 k 58% 58% 59%
El Pwr & Li 6% 6'i
Gen Gas IAI .% 1!
Inti TANARUS& T 7 6% 6% 7%
Lou Gas & El ,0
Natl Pwr &Li i43% 15%
No Amer Cos 29% 29% 29% 29%
Pac Gas & E 1... 29% 29% 29% 2974
P b „ S 7 V N J 51% 51% 51% 52
ISo Cal Edison.. .. . 25%
i Std GSi El 13% 13*4 'i3% 14
1 United Corp 9 s * 9„ 914 9^
° as .lm p 20 19% 19% 19%
1 Ut Pwr & L A 37 33.
U P lon • •• 30 29% 29% 30
Shipping—
Am Inti Corp... 7% 7% 71% 71%
Inti Mer M pfd.. .. 1% [il
United Fruit.... 23*4 23% 23% 23%
r nods—
Amer Sugar 22% 22%
Armour (Ai iy. ivf
Beechnut Pkg 425"
cai pkg ........ ;; •••
Can Drv , . q 3 V
Childs Cos "• 41*
Coca Cola 69% 68% 68% 69%
Cont Baking A.. 3% 3% 3% 3%
C° rn Prod 53 53% 52% 53
Crm Wheat ..... 26% 25% 28 25%
Cudahy Pkg ... 21-74 20% 21%
Cuban Am Sug j.%
Gen Foods .... 25 24'4 24% ’24%
Hershey 58 56
p-oger ........ 17 167 k 16% 16%
Nat Biscuit ... 40% 39% 39% 40%
Natl Dairy 18 17*4 17% 17%
Purity Bak 4 7,?
Pilsbury . 10 i 2
Safeway St .... 39% 39% '39% 39%
Std Brands 153,
Drugs—
CoW Inc 3% gi,v
Drug Inc 347 k 34 34 ' 34
Lambert Cos 3114 32
Lehn & Fink isa 4
Industrials—
Am Radiator 7 7
Bush Term .... 31,,
Gen Asphalt ... ... 7% 71“
Lehigh Port 5%
Otis Elev ’ip
uien ;;; V
Indus Chems—
A|r Red 59% 58% 58% 55%
Allied Chem 81% 79% 79% 80%
Com Solv 10% 10% 10% 10%
R”, Pon £ 37:1 < 36% 36% 37%
Union Carb 25% 25%
U S Ind Alcd 25% 25%
Retail Stores—
Assoc Drv Gds. 4%
Gimbel Bros 11,4
j Kresge S S ... io% 10%
May D Store... 12% 11% 12% 11%
Mont Ward 13% 13% 13% 13%
Penny .J C 24% 24 24 25
i Sears Roe 19% 19% 19% 20%
Woolworth 36% 35% 35% 36
Amusements—
Eastman Kod.. 55 s , 55 55 55 5 ,
Fox Film A 1 % 2
j Grigsby Gru 7 S
Loews Inc 20 17% 18% 20%
i Param Fam 2 2
Radio Corn.... 57k 5 5 5%
IR-K-O ... 3
[Warner Bros ... 1% I s , 1% I s ,
Miscellaneous —
[ Citv Ice & hi 11
1 Congoleum 8% 8%
| Proc Ar Gam... 29% 29% 29% 29 5 ,
Allis Chal 7% 7%
Am Can 55 53% 53% 55
J I Case 42% 40% 40% 41%
Cont Can .. 38% 37% 37% 38%
Curtiss Wr I*4 1%
Gilltte S R ... 20 19% 19% 19’-.
Gold Dust 14%
Tnt Harv 21% 31% 21% 22%
Int Bus M 91
Tin Arcft 26 25% 25% 26
Transamerica ..3 4% 4% 5
New York Curb
(By Thomson & McKinnon!
—Dec. 20—
11:00 11:00.
Alum Cos of Am 46 Goldman Sachs 3%
Am Cynamid .. 3 s , Hudson May ... 2%
Am Gas & El.. 30 Imp Oil of Can. 7 s ,
Am Super Pwr. 6% Midwest Util .. %
Ark Gas A 1% Nia Hud Pwr... 15
Asso Gas & El. 1% Penroad 1%
Cent Sts Elec.. 2%iSt Regis Paper. 3%
Cities Service.. 2%,Stutz 14% :
Cord 6% Trans Air Trans 3
Deer * Cos 9 VUn Lt & Pr IAI 3%
Elec Bnd * Bh. 18% Ut Pwr 1% '
I Elec Pwr Asso.. 3 s , Van Camp %
Ford of Eng... 3' 4 Un Fndrs 1%
New York Bank Stocks
(By Thomson & McKinnon 1
—Dec. 19-
Bid. Ask.
Bankers 67% 69%
Brooklyn Trust 180 195
Central Hanover 147 151
Chase National 35% 37%
Chemical 38 40 1
City National 44% 46% I
Com Exchange 72% 75%
Commercial 150 lgo !
Continental ig% 20% ■
Empire 24 28
First National 1.550 I 600
Guaranty '.I 336 341
Irving 23% 25%
Manufacturers 26% 31%
New York Tuwt 97% 100%
Public 28% 30%
Title ... ;; 32 35
THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES
SWINE VALUES
DROP 10 GENTS
AT CITYYARDS
Cattle Market Active, Firm
With Higher Price
Trend.
Hogs dipped 10 cents on all classes
this morning, prices at the city
yards being out of line with buy
ers' expectations. The bulk of all
weights sold for $2.90 to $3.50 with
| a reported early top of $3.25. Re
l ceipts were estimated at 6,500. Hold
overs were 43.
In the cattle market slaughter
classes were fairly active, the trend
firm. Receipts were 800. Vealers
were steady at $6.50 down. Calf re
ceipts were 600.
Lambs were steady to higher with
the range from $6.25 down. Ear’s
top was $6.35. Receipts were 1,000.
EarJy trading on hogs at Chicago
shoyved an uneven range, with bids
and sales mostly weak to 10 cents
lower than Monday’s average. The
bulk of good to choice kinds weigh
ing from 190 to 200 pounds, sold at
$3.15. General bidding was around
$3.10 to $3.15 for good*to choice
lightweights, while best porkers were
bid up to $3.25 and above. Receipts
were estimated at 28,000, including
14,000 direct; holdovers 4,000. Cattle
receipts numbered 6,000; calves,
1.500; market unchanged. Sheep
receipts were 10.000; market strong.
HOGS
Dec. Bulk. Tod. Receipts.
14. *2.90® 3.15 *3.20 7.000
15. 3.00*1 3.25 3.25 5,000
16. 3.00® 3.25 3 45 3.000
17. 3.00® 3.30 3.30 5.000
19. 3.000! 3.30 3.30 6.000
20. 2.90® 3.20 3.25 6,500
Receipts. 6.500: market. lower.
(140-160) Good and choice....* 3.20
—Light Lights—
(l6o-180) Good and choice 3.20® 3.25
—Light Weights—
(lßo-200) Good and choice... 3.20® 3.25
(220-220) Medium and good.. 3.10® 3.15
—Medium Weights—
(22o-2501 Medium and g00d... 3.05® 3.10
(250-290) Good and choice... 2,95® 3.00
—Heavy Weights—
(29o-350) Good and choice... 2.90® 2.95
—Packing Sows—
(3so-5001 Medium and g00d... 2.25® 2.65
(100-120) Slaughter Digs 3.20
CATTLE
Receipts 800; market, steady.
Good and choice $ 5.00® 6.75
: Common and medium 2.50® 5.00
(1.100-1.800)
Good and choice [email protected] 6.75
Common and medium 3.50® 5.00
. —Heifers—
Good and choice 4.25® 6.25
Common and medium 2.50® 4.25
—Cows—
Good and choice 2.25® 3.25
Common and medium 1.75®, 2.25
Low cutter and cutter cows.. .. I.oo® 1.75
—Bulls (Yearling’s excluded)
Good and choice beef 2.75® 3.50
Cutter, common and medium .. 1.50® 2.75
CALVES AND VEALERS
Receipts. 600: market, steady.
Good and choice $ 5.50®6
Medium 3.50® 5.50
Cull and common 2.50® 3.50
—Calves—
Good and choice 4.00® 5.50
Common and medium 2.50® 4.00
—Stocker and Feeder Steers—
Good ana choice 5.00® 5.75
Common and medium 2.50® 4.00
(600-1.500)
Good and choice 4.00® 5.75
Common and medium 2.50® 4.00
SHEEP AND I.AMBS
Receipts, 1,800: market, steady.
Good and choice $ 5.75® 6.35
Common and medium 3.00® 5.75
Ewes, medium and choice.... 1.25® 2.25
Cull and common 50® 1.25
Other Livestock
BY UNITED PRESS
LAFAYETTE. Dec. 20.—Hogs—10c off;
160-200 lbs.. $3.05; 200-225 lbs., $2.95; 225-
250 lbs., $2.90; 250-275 lbs , $2.85: 275-300
lbs.. $2.80; 300-325 lbs., $2.70; 130-160 lbs.,
$2.85; 100-130 lbs.. $2.75; light roughs,
$2.25; heavy roughs, $1.75; calves, steady;
top, $4.50; lambs, steady; top $5.
EAST ST. LOUIS, Dec. 20.—Hogs—Re
ceipts, 9.500; market, slow; around 10®
15c lower than best time Monday; top
$3.10: 140-200 lbs,, $3®3.10; a few around
210-215 lbs., $2.95; very little done on
sows; odd sales, s2® 2.15. Cattle—Receipts,
2,500; calves, 1,700; market; prospects
steady on desirable light weight steers;
weighty descriptions in little or no de
mand; vealers 50c lower; top, $5.75; other
classes slow and steady: mixed yearlings
and heifers, $4®5.25; cows, $2 0 2.50; low
cutters, $1®1.50: top sausage culls, S2.GO:
slaughter sters, 600-1.100 lbs., good and
choice, $5®6.50: common and medium, $3
®5.25; 1.100-1,500 lbs., choice, $5.50® 6;
§ood, $4.50®5.25: medium. $3.5004.50.
heep—Receipts 2,500; market; not estab
lished; few small lot lambs steady to
butchers at $6; indications about steady
on others: lambs, 90 lbs. down, good and
choice. $5.25© S; medium. [email protected]; all
weights common, s3®4: ewes, 90-150 lbs.,
medium to choice, sl®2; all weights cull
and common, [email protected]$1.2a.
EAfIT BUFFALO. Dec. 20.—Hogs—On
sale. 1.600: slow: weak to 10c lower; mostly
s®loc under Monday's average; desirable
150-210 lbs.. $3.550 3.60: orlv weights be
low 170 lbs. at outside price: few mixed
weights. 240-250 lbs., with plain end. $3.35.
Cattle—Receipts. 25; cows, unchanged; cut
ter grades. [email protected] Calves—Receipts. 50;
vealers. steady. $7.50 down. Sheep—Re
ceipts. 200; only odds and ends here;
lambs, steady: good to near choice. $6.35®
6.50: choice quoted $6.55 and better; me
dium and mixed lots. [email protected]
Hi/ Times Special
LOUISVILLE, Dec. 20.—Cattle—Receipts,
150. mostly steady; bulk common and me
dium steers and heifers, $3.25©4.50; best
lightweights eligible to around $5.50; beef
cow’s and bulls mostly $2.75 down; low
cutters and cutters 75c®51.75: most Stock
ers and feeders salable. S3O 4. Calves —
Receipts. 175, mostly 50c lower; better
grade vealers, [email protected]: medium and lower
grades, $3.50 down. Hogs—Receipts. 500;
10c lower: 175-240 lbs. $3.20: 245-295 lbs..
$2.95; 300 lbs. up, $2.55: 170 lbs. down.
$3.10; sows, $2.25 and stages. $1.30. Sheep
—Receipts. 50: steady; bu'k medium to
good lambs. ss® 5.25: choice salable to
$5.50 and above; lower grades, $4 down:
fat. ewes. sl®2. Monday’s shipments: 332
calves; 170 hogs, and 95 sheep.
CHRISTMAS PARTY TO
BE HELD AT RHODIUS
First of Recreation Department’s
Affairs Slated Today.
First of a series of Christmas
parties to be held this week by the
city recreation department was to
take place at 2:30 this afternoon at
Rhodius park community house.
Other parties this week will be
held at the Greer street center at 3
Wednesday; at Brookside at 8
Wednesday night; at Christian park
at 8 Thursday night; at Garfield at
3 Friday afternoon; at Brightwood
at 1 Saturday afternoon, and J. V. T.
Hill at 8 Friday night.
This afternoonVprogram was to
be directed by Mrs. Edith Purvis of
the Mothers’ Club at Rhodius, and ;
Miss Alma Teifert of the recreation i
department.
COLLECTOR IS SLAIN |
Robbery Theory Is Advanced in
Deerfield Slaying.
Bp Vnitcd Press
WINCHESTER. Ind., Dec. 20.—A
theory of robbery was advanced to
day by Sheriff Lee V. Brine after a
night of investigation in connection
with the fatal shooting at Deer
field, near here, of Russell Bergman,
45, Portland, wholesale grocery firm
collector.
Presence of SBO in cash and S2OO
in checks in Bergman's pockets
when he was found in his parked
automobile, led the sheriff to believe
the robber was frightened after
shooting the collector.
North Carolina Miners Strike
Bp l nitcd Press
SPRING HILL. N. C.. Dec. 20 -
Fifteen hundred coal miners, mem
bers of the local branch of the
United Mine Workers of America,
went cm strike tying up the
three collieries.
BELIEVE
IT or NOT
HE Mlwt Wear, ir pf.AsT£p%Ej> It is always Christmas IM "f iTf H
tM A BRAiD DOWaJ VhS BACK*. . IN THE TowiY oF CHRISTMAS j 1 % I.f fi MSaMgflff
e I'll-’. K:ng Ffiniro S)nd!cllf. Inf. Grc.it Br.tiin nghn rnfneS. ' f j ' II ’HRIhSHEHM
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The City
in Brief
WEDNESDAY EVENTS
Lion* Club luncheon. Washington.
Purdue Alumni Association, luncheon,
Severin.
American Legion, Twelfth district,
luncheon. Board of Trade.
League for Hard of Hearing, meeting.
7:30, Stokes building.
Reserve Officers’ Association, meeting,
night, Washington.
Home Builders' Association, meeting,
night. Washington.
Association of Cost Accountants,
luncheon. Washington.
Kapna Sigma, luncheon. Washington.
Washington Bicentennial Committee,
luncheon. Washington.
Apartment Owners, luncheon, Wash
ington.
Firemen stood ready for more
than an hour Monday night to pre
vent spread of flames which en
veloped an oil-refining tank at the
Central Refiners company, 510
South Harding street. Origin of the
blaze, which caused little damage,
according to officials of the com
pany, is not known.
Five members of a committee,
named to nominate a candidate for
city chairman of the Indianapolis
chapter of the Republican Veterans
of Indiana are: John M. Caylor,
John T. McShane, Herman Hiles,
I Ernest T. Lane and Ferdinand
Montani.
Governor Harry G. Leslie and
Frederick Van Nuys, United States
senator-elect, will be initiated Dec.
29 into Sigma Delta Kappa law
fraternity at the annual national
convention opening next week at the
Severin.
Scoring pastors who seek more
members for their churches “when
thousands of church members never
have counted spiritually,” Gypsy
Smith, son of the famous English
evangelist, urged minister* to “let
the Holy Spirit add to church
rosters” in a speech Monday night
before the Brotherhood of the
First Baptist church.
Members of the freshman class
[ of the Methodist hospital school of
! nursing wall be hostesses to nineteen
Negro children at a Christmas party
Friday afternoon in the auditoriums
of the nurses’ residence.
Loot valued at $154.50, taken by
a burglar from the home of Dr. D.
L. Brown, 3834 Arlington avenue,
was recovered Monday in a store
where it had been sold for $27 by a
man who said he was Augusta E.
Thomas of Plainfield. Recovered
articles included a diamond ring, re
volver and two guns.
Weekly radio program of police
accident prevention department over
station WFBM at 4 Wednesday aft
ernoon will include Christmas carols
by the chorus of St. Catherine's
school. Others on the program will
be the South Sea Melody Boys,
Misses Catherine Muench, Cather
ine Otto and Vera Nicholi.
Mrs. Kate Conroy, 70, died today
at city hospital as a result of a hip
fracture incurred in April when she
fell in the bathroom of the residence
of her sister, Mrs. Ernest Gwynn,
1426 East Vermont street, where she
had lived two years since coming
here from Terre Haute.
Bobbie Long, Maywood, and
Frankie Risloff, 1109 King avenue,
pupils of Ja<Broderick, will be pre
sented in dance numbers Dec. 25 to
27 at the Zaring theater.
BLACKSMITH, 100, DEAD
Indiana Figure Buried in Goshen
Cemetery Near His Forge.
By United Press
CENTERVILLE, Ind., Dec. 20.
Uncle John Hawkins, 100, Indiana's
oldest blacksmith, was buried in
Goshen cemetery today near his
forge.
Bom in West Eikhorn Falls,
April 29. 1832. Hawkins began learn
ing the blacksmith trade from his
father at the age of 8.
On his 100th birthday, relatives
arranged for him to sleep in the
bed in which he was born.
Death Caused by Burns
By United Press
MADISON. Ind., Dec. 20. —Bums
suffered by Harry Giltner. 37, when
gasoline he was using to build a
fire exploded, caused his death in
a hospital here.
On request, sent with stamped
addressed envelope, Mr. Ripley
will furnish proof of anything
depicted by him.
Following is the explanation of
Ripley’s “Believe It or Not" which
appeared in Monday’s Times;
W’ooden “Stockings” Even as
Santa Claus, many of our modern
Christmas customs were brought
here from Holland. In accordance
with their native habits, the chil
dren of the settlers of New Am
sterdam would place their wooden
shoes on the doorsteps of their
houses, expecting the Christmas
Saint to fill them with gifts dur
ing the “night before Christmas.”
With the disappearance of the
wooden shoe ln New York, the
modern “stocking” made its ap
pearance.
Wednesday: “The Wizard of
Wichita.”
DOW-JONES
SUMMARY
Daily average production of crude oil
in United States in week ended Dec. 17
totaled 2,067,149 barrels, a decrease from
the preceding week of 51,744 barrels, ac
cording to Oil & Gas Journal.
Baltimore & Ohio in October reported
net Income of $1,004,892, against $893,-
666 in October, 1931; ten months’ net
loss amounted to $4,832,310, against net
income of $3,593,228 in first ten months
of 1931.
Florsheim Shoe Company proposes re
duction in authorized preferred to $3,-
187,500 from $3,626,200.
Continental Can Comnany acquires
Chase Bag Company factory building and
i adjoining property for $78,000.
Arundel Corporation declared the quar
terly dividend of 50 cents, against 75
cents previously, payable Jan. 3. of record
Dec. 23: November net profit amounted to
$8,315 after charges, against $176,154 in
November, 1931.
Pacific Mutual Life In-.iurance Com
pany declared the regular quarterly
dividend of 50 cents on capital stock,
payable Jan. 1, of record Dec. 20.
Total production of crude oil in
California during November amounted to
14 142,389 barrels, a daily average of 471.-
daily average of 471,860 in preceding
month: November 1931 production totaled
14,897,709, or daily average of 499,923.
Baltimore & Ohio during first fifteen
days of December hand’ed 72.804 cars of
revenue freight, a decline of 4,758 from
like neriod of November and 14,224 from
like 1931 period.
Commercial failures amounted to 590
during past week in the United States
against 588 in previous week, and 667 in
like 1931 week.
National Fire Insurance Company de
clared the regular quarterly dividend of
30 cents, payable Jan. 3, of record
Dec. 22.
Chicago Great Western in October re
ported net income of $27,943. after
charges, against net income of $5126,187
in October 1931: ten months net loss
amounted to $906 703. against net income
of $851,733 in first ten months of 1931.
In the Cotton Markets
CHICAGO
—Dec. 19-
High. Low. Close.
January 6.08 6.04 6.04
March 6 23 6 15 6 15
Mav 6.35 6.26 6 26
Julv 6.46 6.35 6 26
October 6.62 6.55 6.55
December .. ... 6.02
NEW YORK
January 6.07 5.95 5 95
March 6.20 603 6 08
Mav 6.31 6.18 6.18
Julv 6.41 6.30 6.30
October 6 60 6 48 6.48
December 6.03 5 98 5.98
NEW ORLEANS
January 6.05 5.94 5.94
March 6 17 6.07 6.07
Mav 6.27 6.18 6 19
July 6.38 6 29 6 29
October 6.53 6.45 6.45
December 6.05 5.93 5.93
Chicago Fruit
Bp United Press
CHICAGO. Dec. 20.—Apples—Michigan
Jonathoans bushel. $1.25: Spies, bushel.
*1.25 01.35; Mclntosh bushel. *1.25®1.40;
Delicious bushel. *1.25.
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RIPLEY
Produce Markets
Delivered ln Indianapolis prices: Hens,
heavy breeds over 4% ibs.. ilc; under 4%
lbs., 8c; Leghorns. 6c: broilers, colored
springers. 1% lbs. up. 9c; barebacks and
partly leathered. 7c: leghorn and black.
1% lbs. up. 6c: cocks and stags. sc:
leghorn cocks. 4c. Capons, over 9 lbs..
15c; 8 to 9 lbs.. 13c; 7 to 8 lbs.. 11c; 6
to 7 lbs.. 10c; under 6 lbs. and slips, 9c.
Ducks large white, full feathered and fat.
over 4% lbs.. 7c: small and colored. sc.
Geese, full feathered and fat. 6c; Young
guineas, each. 20c: old. 15c: Turkeys, choice
voung hens. 8 lbs. up. 10c; choice voung
toms, 12 to 18 lbs.. 10c: choice voung toms
over 18 lbs.. 8c: choice old hens. 9c: choice
old toms. 7c: Door or crooked breasted. 4c.
Eggs, approved buving grades of Institute
of American Poultry Industries: No. 1.
30c; No. 2. 24c: No. 3.17 c: country run.
loss off. 20c. Butter. 22 to 23c: under
grades. 20 to 21c: butterfat. 18c. These
nrices for healthv stock, free from feed.
No sick poultry accepted. Quoted by the
Wadley company.
BY UNITED PRESS
CHICAGO.. Dec. 20.—Eggs—Market,
weak: receiots. 5.711 cases: extra firsts,
30® 10%c: firsts. 29®29%c: current re
ceipts. 26®27c: dirties, 18 0 23c. Butter—
Market, weak: receipts. 1.096 tubs: specials.
23 % ® 23%c; extras. 22%c: extra firsts. 22
®22%c; firsts. 21®21%c: seconds. 20®
20%c: standards. 22c. Poultry—Market,
steadv: receipts. 2 cars: 6 trucks; fowls.
ll®13c: springers. 10®10%c: Leghorns.
9c: ducks. 8011 c; geese. 10c: turkeys. 10®
13%c; roosters. B%c; leghorn broilers.
jß%c. Cheese—Twins. ll r i®l2c: voung
| Americas. 12Vi® 12%c. Potatoes—On track.
H3: orr'-els. 57: shipments. 369; market,
j steadv: Wisconsin Round Whites. 75® 80c:
I F'i'sets. $1.20: Michigan Russet
I 77%c: Colorado McClures, $1.25®
| 1.30.
CRIPPLE IS INDICTED
FOR MURDER OF AUNT
Valparaiso Man Expected to Plead
Guilty to Charges.
Bp T nilrd Press
VALPARAISO, Ind., Dec. 20.
An indictment charging second-de
gree murder was returned against
Fred Burroughs, 25, Tremont, in
connection with the slaying of his
aunt, Mrs. Helen Nagle, at her
Dune barbecue stand, Nov. 10.
Burroughs, a cripple, was provid
ed with an attorney, and was ex
pected to plead guilty.
A confession he made to Sheriff
Burney Maxwell said he killed his
aunt with a baseball bat after she
upbraided him for intoxication.
CARS CRASH: ONE HURT
Passenger In Truck Cut and Bruised
ir. Collision.
George Northington, 26, of 1134
Cornell avenue, incurred cuts on I
the head and face Monday night
when a truck in which he was rid- j
ing was in collision at Fall creek
and North Illinois street with an
automobile driven by Charles Dow
den, 422 East Morris street. William
Samuels, 425 Bright street, was |
driving the truck.
Merchant Plunges to Death i
By l nitrd Press
CHICAGO, Dec. 20.—Max Me
nacker, 47, owner of an exclusive
women's tailoring shop on the gold
coast, plunged twenty floors to
death today from his twentieth
floor bedroom window in the Hyde
Park residential district. Menack
er suffered a nervous breakdown i
five or six weeks ago.
Boy, 3, Swallow* Lye
William Collier, 3, son of Verna
Collier. 929 East St. Clair street, is
recovering today at his home follow- j
ing treatment Monday at city hos- j
pital for effects of accidentally swal-1
lowing a small quantity of lye
while playing in his home.
Get your sun-tanning this winter on a cruise to the
West Indies
For the traveler who desires to combine a refreshing vacation
with an escape from cold weather . . . but whose time is more or
less limited ... a West Indies cruise answers th eexact require
ments. Here are ouaint, interesting lands that will introduce
him to new traditions and customs . . . and a winter climate
incomparably delightful. Plan to go this season . . . and let
the Union Travel Bureau arrange all the details of your cruise.
RICHARD A. KURTZ, Manager Travel Bureau
Th Leading Travel Bureau of Indianapolig
ft UNION TRUSTS
I®3Q§E?l2O East Market St. RX. 5341
PAGE 13
FUTURE PRICES
MOVE OFF QN
STEADYSALES
Government Wheat Report
Expected to Be Bullish
by Trade.
BY HAROLD E. RAINVILLE
United Press Staff Correspondent
CHICAGO. Dec. 20. Wheat
dropped unevenly as the Board of
Trade opened today, losing Ai to *\
cent and coming within % cent of
new lows fer the season on May
and July. Unexpected weakness at
Liverpool, with reports of increased
pressure from Argentine and Cana
dian offerings and an irregular stock
market brought in scattered seUing
which found support light. Corn
was off with wheat, losing ' to %
cent, and oats was down % cent in
a dull trade. Provisions were
fairly active and weak.
The government report on acre
age and condition of winter wheat
will be released after the close to
day, and the trade is lokoing for &
bullish document. Recent private
estimates were between 6 and 10
per cent lower acreage. The low
est condition for thus time of year
ever known is expected in the re
port. Liverpool started firm, but
broke sharply, being % to %. cent
lower on a gold basis at mid-after
noon, with March at 43% cents, the
lowest since the 43 cent level was
touched in 1588. An advance in
sterling was a factor.
Corn receipts Monday were the
smallest for a Monday in many
weeks, and indicates tr.at corn pro
ducers are holding back for higher
prices.
Cereal interests are buying oats
on recession, as they have been do
ing on every decline. The cash mar
ket is Arm: but futures are affected
by the action of other grains.
Chicago Futures Range
. —Dec. 19—
c£n at 265.000
oats 126.000
Chicago Futures Range
WHEAT- ~ DeC ' 2 °- pr „
M-
Julv 46% .46% .46*4 .46%
CORN—
Mav 27 .28% 27 27%
Julv 23% .28% .28% 28'a
OATS—
jMuivv .7.7-v..--7:?! 7 :? - n * m
RYE— '*
julv - 33 :* - 33 .. 33 - 33^
BARLEY— '*
May .29% .29% .29%
Indianapolis Cash Grain
—Dec. 19—
The b j d s foe car lots of grain at the call
of the Indianapolis Board of Trade, f. o
b., shipping point, basis 41 %c New York
rate, were:
No 1 re d, 38®39c; No. 2
red. 37&38c; No. 2 hard, 37%®38%c
4 No i, 3 white - 18®17c; No.
4 white, 15®16c; No. 3 yellow. 16®17c;
lJ rel i ow '. 131 516 c: No. 3 mixed, 15(3
16c, No. 4 mixed. 14® 15c.
No° a 3 S whif^'l'i' %c WhUe ' 12US13V < c:
taking 23 raV^cTnePn^S
2 r timothy i *s®5 O 5 tlm ° thy ’ ss ' so '* N °'
—lnspections—
i Ijre, 1 j re , d ’ 2 ears; No. 2 red.
To r tlL’6 N ?krs. red ’ 1 Car: No ' 5 red ' 1 car '
1 ca'rllo 0 ' 5 3 J*h h ! te ' i 6 cars; No ' 4 white
v il a , r .’ w 5 white. 1 car; No. 2 yellow
, c a*®* No. 3 yellow. 14 cars; No. 4 yellow
l 5 ?’ el i ow ' 2 cars- No. 6 yellow’
1 n a . r t'. N 2i 3 l nlx^ a - 2 ears- ‘Total, 50 cars
a ?arf~ N °' white, 13 cars; No. 3 white
1 car*' ToU^Sa^r's. 1 Car; N °' 3 mlxcd -
INDIANAPOLIS WAGON WHEAT
No Cl 2 V soft ln whf ato ™h ar * D!U : in * 39c for
I merits. 1 h l ' oth er grades on their
CHICAGO CASH GRAIN
By l nitrd Press
CHICAGO. Dec. 19—cash grain, close
I tu H?°i sa es ' Corn—New No. 3 mixed,
4i 3 23§'r N M 4 m ‘ xed -23c; No. 3 yellow. 23%
Si?, 3 . 4C 'n,, No - 4 >' el °w. 23®23%c; No 3
59 h 950 9 23 n jC U> No - 4 white. 22%c. Corn—
s2.2s® 2.50. Clover—s3.so® 8.50.
By Times Special
ccSn 10 " 0 20 - —Carlots—Wheat, 2;
com, 58, oats, 14; rye, 1, and barley, 17.
TOLEDO CASH GRAIN
By United Press
(rr?in ED — Cash Rrain close:
/L rai r J n „ eleva tors. transit billing)
wf a i~ N °' 2 red ' 88%®51 %c; No. 1 red
3 cent premium Corn—No. 2 yellow 29‘4
30 1, 2C ~io ats~ N o - 2 white. 200 21c Rye—
N -r' 2 - 43 2 0 44 '•’C. Barley—No. 2, 32® J3c
rJd aL 4 k - P Iv Ce *4? 3 ic rateK Wheat—No 2
red, [email protected]: No. 1 red. 47®48c. Corn—
9i°i' 2 y *} loW A 25 ' 526c ; No. 3 yellow. 24®
24 , 2C ' 1 >' ell °w. 23® 23%c; No. 5
yellow, 21 j®22%c. Oats—No 2 white, 17
3 whtte - 18%®17%c. Toledo
seed close. Clover-Cash. *5.50; December.
$5.60. Alsike Cash—ss.Bs: December. $5.85.
KARABELL RE-ELECTED
Named to Head Indianapolis B'nai
B'rith for 6-Month Term.
Charles J. Karabell, attorney, was
re-elected president of Indianapolis
B’nai B’rith at a meeting Monday
night in Kirshbaum center. He
will serve for six months.
Other officers: Richard K. Mun
ter, first vice-president; N. E.
Isaacs, second vice-president; Rufus
Isaacs, treasurer; George A. Solo
mons, financial secretary; Leo Lef
kovits, recording secretary, and
Jacob Weiss, Henry Blatt, Phil
Kraft and Nathan Tcplin, trustees.
Miner’s Skull Is Crushed
By United Press
SULLIVAN, Ind., Dec. 20.—Emil
Coffee, 25, a coal miner, was brought
to a hospital here today suffering a
crushed skull received in a slate fall
in the Hoosier mine at Dugger. His
chances for recovery were regarded
as slight.

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