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Southern Girl Registers Two Links Upsets Miss Stifel Beats Medalist to Gain Third Round; Meets Favorite. BY WINTHROP LYMAN V Kit'd Prr staff Correspondent MINNEAPOLIS. Aug. 28. A chance to establish horse”f as the upset queen of golf awt:-e Fritzie Stifel of Wheeling. W\ Va„ today ■when she meets Mrs. Glcnna Col lett Varc in the third round of the national women's tournament. The Southern girl, seven times champion of her home state, already has two unexpected victories to her credit. She defeated Lucilie Rob inson. Dcs Moines, and Jean Bauer. Providence. R 1., in the first two rounds yesterday. But in adoition to overcoming the Jinx that usually follows those who beat the medalist Miss Stifel must throw off a mental hazard which had its inception 10 years ago. Memory May Haunt In 1925 she was defeated in the third round of the national tourna ment by Mrs. Vare. The latter then marched onward to the title. Recollection of that experience is certain to prove a handicap to the blond Miss Stifel and give confi dence to her opponent. The next bes third-round match should be the one between Charlotte Glutting. West Orange. N. J. t and Marion Miley. Lexington, Ky. Mias Glutting has been shooting some remarkable scores this year and Miss Miley. although only 21, has hung up six straight tourney victories during the summer. Her titles include the Augusta Invita tional. the Trans-Mississippi and the Women's Western. Interesting Matches Carded Another interesting match on the program brings together Ada Mac- Kenzie of Toronto, the best that Canada has to offer, and Patty Berg, 17-year-old Minnesota state cham pion. Miss Berg has the advantage of playing on her own course, but Miss MacKenzie is favored by years of tournament experience. Mrs. Maureen Orcutt Crews, Coral Gables, Fla., three times medalist in the national, is paired against Marion McDougal, Portland (Ore.; girl, who qualified with 81. Mrs. Opal S. Hill of Kansas City, seeking to win the only major title which has eluded her grasp during the past 12 year:, is paired against Mrs. Frank GolcPhwaite. Ft. Worth, k Tcx. Miss Elizabeth <Buffi Ab bott, Los Angeles, won handily in her opening matches yesterday and opposed Mrs. Austin Pardue in an other third round feature today. Other Third Rounders The other third-round matches bring together Beatrice Barrett, Minneapolis, and Mrs. Charles New bold. Wichita, Kas., and Patty Ste phenson, Minneapolis, and Mrs. Dan Chandler Dallas, Tex. Pew upsets except those scored by Miss Stilel marked the opening rounds of match play. One of the pre-tournev favorites to be elimi nated was Mrs. Marion Turpie Lake, Plandome, N. Y. She got by the first round but lost in the second to Mrs. Newbold. 2 up. Today's matches were scheduled to start at 1:45 p. m. The quarter final and semi-final rounds tomor row and Friday will start at the same time. Baseball i ana Independent, Amateur, League and Semi-Pro News and Notes. Entries for the first annual Indiana amateur ch.impionslv.p baseball tourna ment will clo-e Friday it was announced here toaav by the emergency recreation division of the Governor Commission on Unemployment Relief and the Indiana Re creation Association, joint sponsors of the tournament The tourney w be opened with district tournaments in vght centers of the state on Sept. 6. 7 and 3 All entries must bo in the tourney offices in the eight ciiic.. in which the district tournaments aie to be held by Friday noon, and no team', will be ac repted alter that and ite Di met com petition will be staped in the following cities Whitts I . Lafayette, Brazil, Shelbyrtile, Princeton, New Albany and Kokomo. Winners of the right district tourna ments will come toseilier at Brazil on Sept 13 14 and IS to battle it out for the s’ate title. Winner of the state championship will go to Dayton. 0.. to compete ;:i the finals of the Amerie n Baseball Cong.es* tournament fro t Sept. 22 to Sept. 39. Keystone A C s are without a game for Sunday and would like to arrange a tilt with a state 'earn Communicate with Earl Beam. 1535 Gilbert-av, Indianapolis, or call Drexel 4213-M Cook's Goldbitimes desire a game for 1-abor Day. Wire or call John Howard. 2625 E. Tenth-st. Indianapolis, or call Cherry 4956-W. Goldblumes. with a sea son record of 25 won against 5 games lost, will tournrv to Pendleton Saturday afternoon tor another tussle with the In diana Reformatory nine while Sunday they will perform a- Hhodius Park against the Beanblossoms in a Municipal League fracas. Schetl a Grocer v has a permit sot Gar field No 2 Sunday and desires to hear from the George Hits team or anv cither strong city r:ub Write to Roberts All top. 1416 Roache-st. Indianapolis or call Harrison 0545-R and ask for Roy . Ben Davis Merchants will tangle with the Maccabees in a double-header at Bon Davis this Sunday Merchants would like to schedule a game for Labor Dav. Get in touch with John E. Stewart. 3315 Landy-st. Indianapolis. Baby Lincolns will plav at Kcmp'on Sunday and at Northington on Labor Day. For games m September, write to Earl Bnuth. 762 N Sheffteld-av. Indianapolis. Indianapolis Turners will play a three ygame series at Greenfield Sunday and Monday. All Turner players are asked to be ready to leave at 11 o clock Sunday. Included in the Turners lineup will be Storms Bedwell. Quackenbush. Breiner, Day. Dickey. Gre.ig, Theroyox. Barr. Lewis. Galloway and Donnely. Hilton U Brown Juniors will plav Gar field 68 tomorrow afternoon a; 3 30 at Garfield Park, ar.d on Sundav the Browns will take on the Question Marks at Rhodius Park at 1. AH players notice. Hope Merchants won from Nashville. 7 to 4 Hope a strong state club desires to book a game for Sundav Write to Lloyd Shepherd, at Hope, or call 205, Hope. RED HUNTER IN FRONT WASHINGTON. Ind.. Aug 28—A large crowd attending the Graham- Farm $ fair harness races here yes terday cheered Red Hunter, owned by Paul Turner of Ohlman. 111., to victor} in the 2 20 pace. Wednesday Site Only Milano Inn Present. Kelly Petillo Wiiroer :*AO Mil# Rare Cmme and Brine Vonr Friends MTLANO INN—23I S. Noble jggiLi i 1 L*i^, V TODAk—TOMORROW' r . The Mu.iral Hit 1 “HE MINK TONIGHT” Alm “TRANSIENT LADY” ' Grid Season Knocks at Doors of State Schools Football Activities to Hum in Hoosierland Soon: ‘Big Three’ Will Undertake Strenuous Schedules. BY DICK MILLER IN less than two weeks from today Indiana gridirons, both collegiate and high school, will be humming with activity. When Notre Dame. Purdue and Indiana, the Big Three of Hoosierdom. issue th D ir moleskins on Sept. 10. that day being the official date for initial practice in the Big Ten. and Notre Dame abides by it, the lid will be off for the fall sport in Indiana. And fans will be treated to real action from the outset. More and more collegiate and prep school ath letics, directors are adopting a policy of evading “warm up" games for the season openers. However, both Notre Dame and Indiana have semi-warmup strug gles carded for their lid-lifters. Up at the Irish campus, the curtain raisers the last few years have left a "sour taste" for the remainder of the season. Last year when Jack Chevigny of Texas University, former Notre Dame star and coach, handed his alma mater a scant one-point de feat. it was twice as hard to take. a o u KANSAS offers the opening as signment for Elmer Layden’s proteges, who will start off without the services of their captain-elcct, Joe Sullivan, who died last winter. And because of the many bad breaks .'urrounding opening games of the past. Coach Layden will take no chances with the Kansas boys who held the Irish to a scoreless tie in the 1933 season opener. a a a A TOUCH of sentiment is at . tachcd to the Indiana-Centre opening game since the Kentucky school is the alma rnater of the popular Indiana coacn. Bo McMillin. and the school where he reached fame as all-America quarter back of the famous Prayin’ Colonels. But sentiment hardly will result in Mr. McMillin pulling his punches —not with Michigan. Cincinnati U., Ohio State. lowa. Maryland. Chi cago and Purdue following along in the order named on the Crimson schedule. Fans and alumni of the Bloomington school will get their big breaks in the two feature games scheduled for the Bloomington cam pus—Ohio State, on Oct. 26. and Purdue or, Nov. 23. a a a XTOBLE KIZER, Purdue athletics li director who maps his own grid schedules, since he is both athletics director and head football coach, long ago gave the opinion, ‘‘they are all tough." His eight-game schedule begins with Northwestern at Evans ton on Oct. 5 and closes with the traditional rival. Indiana, at the downstate grid on Nov. 23. It also includes Fordham. Chicago, Car negie Tech, Minnesota, Wisconsin and lowa. The Carnegie and lowa games will be played at West Lafa yette. Oct 26 and Nov. 16, respec tively. Following the Kansas game Lay den’s Irish will take on eight top notch rivals: Carnegie Tech, Wis consin, Pittsburgh, Navy, Ohio State, Northwestern. Army and Southern California. The Pitt came on Oct, 19. Northwstern on Nov. 9 and the Southern California fray on Nov. 23 are the high lights for the South Bend home greensward. tt tt tt INCIDENTALLY, some unfortu nate conflicts exist in the sched ules from the fans’ standpoint in view of the fact thai it is very easy to motor to any one of Indiana's college stadiums to take in the games. These conflicts are Oct, 26 when Ohio State will invade Bloom ington and Carnegie Tech will ex hibit at West Lafayette. Both will be homecoming affairs for the state schools, with that color attached that neutral fans like to witness. The other date is Nov. 23 when the traditional rivals. Indiana and Pur due. mix at Bloomington and South ern California invades Notre Dame. The secondary colleges, Butler. De Pauw, Wabash. Valparaiso and others, all are gradually getting away from the “set up" games in their season programs. Coaches are find ing that to allow the boys to go back on their heels when mediocre competition is expected means to be caught napping when the oppo sition proves tougher than antici pated. a a o SPEAKING of traditional rivalries, Indiana has a couple that rank with the oldest in the nation. Ac cording to the 1935 A. G. Spalding official rules book and guide ja<t off the press. Yale and Columbia take the honors with a rivalry that began in 1872. Princeton and Co lumbia began in 1874, and several other Eastern rivalries follow Here in the Midwest. Butler and De Pauw began playing each other in 1890. and it is regretted these two teams do not meet any more. The Purdue-Indiana series began in 1891 and has been carried on ever since. Notre Dame and North Final Amateur Contest and Dance Sponsored by Feenamint and People's Outfitting Company Tomlinson Hall Sunday, Sept. Ist, 1935, 8 P. M. Music by Hal Bailev and his Band SID JEROME. Master of Ceremonies tummi I/* - H ‘\ f *ous orchestra II western first met in 1889 and Wa bash and De Pauw met the same year, making those two rivalries two years older than the Indiana-Pur dua “feud." When it is considered that two of Chicago’s oldest rival ries on the gridiron, with Illinois and Purdue, both began in 1892. Hoosierdom can take a bow. Barnyard King <4 Ted Allen By .VE.t Srrrire Moline, iil. Aug. 28.—The ancient game of barnyard golf has become a big time sport. The ringer shooters are going to have their annual tournament here Aug.29-Sept. 2. and the great est pitchers in the country will compete for prizes totaling about S2OOO. Ted Allen, of Alhambra, Cal., 24 years old, and Caroline Shultz, of Harvey. 111., are the de fending champions. RIVIERA CLUB RESULTS Catherine Winchester Wins Three- Set Tennis Tourney Match. Results of matches in the Riviera Club tennis tournament yesterday follow: Catherine Winchester de feated Jean Wright, 6-3, 3-6, 6-3; Marjorie Bechiel defeated Mary Bell, 6-1, 6-2; Queisser beat Evans, 6-3. 6-1; Hancock blanked Snod grass, 6-0, 6-0. Morrison stopped Rvncrson. 6-2, 6-3, and Eldridge tripped Gilley. 6-1, 6-2. GIANTS BUY INFIELDER By 7 imrs Special GALVESTON, Tex., Aug. 28 Charlie English, Galveston second baseman, has been sold to the New York Giants, the local club an nounced last night. The sales sum was not revealed. English is batting .299. "CHINA SEAS" WAS JUST THE START OF OUR NEW MOVIE SEASON I Greta Garbo, Fredric March and Freddie Bartholomew brought together in a dramatization of one of the greatest novels of all time.. .Tolstoi’s soul-drama, and writing another unforgettable chapter in motion picture history with this supremely stirring story of a woman who defied the world to answer the call of her heart! A truly great romance, portrayed by players of genius! ft \ .jm ■ DATES ON THESE NEW SEASON HITS! Jj> \DT LI I KIZ\ \/ S B * ♦'BROADWAY MELODY OF 1936*’ Jack Benny fj f\ f\ | \/I \ / IVI F W B Gabla. FraDchotTone. * Ronald Colmao and arf b D and O I TfTE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES Citv Park Net Tourney Runs True to Form Seeded Aces Move Up Jh All Classes; V. Mourner Withdraws. Only one seeded entrant had dropped from competition in the : city parks tennis tournament as i play was resumed at the Fall Creek courts today and that loss was the ’ result of a "withdrawal rather than a defeat. Vincent Meunier. a ranking play er, has withdrawn from the meet because he must return to school before the event is completed. Other seeded men's singles con tenders advanced without a break in the ranks yesterday. Morgan eliminated Rominger, 6-3, 6-1; Brafford downed Johnson, 6-0, 6-4; Von Burg trimmed Bremen, 6-1, 6-1, and Bowman defeated Ertlc, 6-3, 6-2. McKibben, Fulton and Kingdon advanced by default. Results in the junior and boys' divisions follow: Juniors' Singles—Shade defeated Thomp son, 6-0, 6-0: Powell defeated Berkowitz, 6- 6-4; Dulberger defeated Teeguarden. 2-6. 6-4, 6-3, Boys' Singles Likelv defeated Rich. 7- 6-1: Moor defeated Lone. 7-5. 5-7. 6-2: Bcsart defeated Gillium. 6-4. 6-3, Stolkin defeated Hall. 46, 7-5. 6-4; Sinex. Von Spreckelson, Irvin and Hancock, won by default. Contenders for the women's championship were to swing into action today with three matches on the opening day's card, which fol lows: M. Lauck vs. Fechtman and Karle vs. Holer at 2, and E. Lauck vs. Duckwall at 4. Matches in the men's, juniors and boys divisions also were on today's program, with Frank Campbell, the favorite, meeting Fulton in the feature tilt at 5:30. Flay in the doubles divisions will begin tomorrow, and Manager George Bremen announces that no entries will be accepted later than tonight. Early Bowling The Fountain Square Merchants Bowling League will meet tomorrow night at 8 at the Fountain Square Alleys. All members are urged to attend. The Automotive Bowling League will hold a meeting at the Illinois Al leys tomorrow night a 8. The league has openings for two teams. All members and bowlers interested are urged to be present. The Illinois Alleys will be the scene of a Washington League meet ing Friday night at 8. It will be the final session before the opening of the active season. The league would like to add one more team to complete a 14-team circuit. Bowl ers interested please attend. FUQUA TO APPEAR IN HOME TOWN SEPT. 9 By United Press BRAZIL, Ind„ Aug. 28.—Ivan Fuqua, former Brazil High School and Indiana University star and five members of a track and field team with whom he has been touring Eu rope will compete in an exhibition meet here Sept. 9, it was announced today. TOPS COBB'S RECORD By Times Special PONCA CITY, Okla., Aug. 28.—A new world record in organized base ball was set here last night when Lyle Judy, shortstop for Springfield of the Western Association, stole his ninety-seventh base of the season. Ty Cobb pilfered 96 with Detroit in 1915. Judy will report to the St. Louis Cardinals next spring. Italian Winner of $2500 Distance Su irn By United Press TORONTO. Ontario. Aug. 28 Gianni Gambi. powerful swimmer from Ravenna. Italy, is the new king of marathon mermen. Swim ming with a long effortless stroke, the Italian captured the Canadian national exhibition feature last night in a field of 92 of the world s best professionals. The race, held over the five-mile course for the first time, was a bit ter duel between Gambi and Frank Pritchard. Buffalo. Victory was worth $2500 to Gambi. Pritchard received $750 for second. Gambi was timed in 2 hours 8 min utes 15 seconds. Negro Net Champs Swing Into Action The program for the city-state Negro tennis tournament at Doug lass Park today called for second round men's singles matches, the competition of a first-round senior tilt, and first-round matches in the women's and junior divisions. Defending champions were carded to see action today. Hopson Zigler. city title holder, opposed the Gary ace, W. Anderson, while Orville Grant, state ruler, was to meet the winner of the F. Davidson-H. Free man match which was Interrupted by darkness. Davidson won the first set, 8-6, and the second was tied. 5-5. First-round winners yesterday were W. Wade, W. Anderson. M. Walker, Talbott, Russell and Mar tin. Randall's Island Set for Olympic Trials By United Press CHICAGO, Aug. 23.—The Ameri can Olympic track and field com mittee today announced selection of the new $2,500,000 stadium on Randall’s Island, N. Y„ as the scene of final tryouts for the 1936 Olym pic track and field team. The trials will be held July 10 and 11. 1936. For the fourth consecutive year Lawson Robertson of the Univer sity of Pennsylvania was named coach of the team. He will be as sisted by T. Nelson Metcalfe, Uni versity of Chicago, and Dean Cro well, University of Southern Cali fornia. Regional trials will be held early next summer. H. A. C. Stows Away Water Soccer Flag The Hoosier Athletic Club team Clinched its claim to the Red Cross Water Soccer League pennant last night by defeating the Indianapolis Athletic Club second-place squad. 4 to 3, in an overtime fracas in Ellen- < berger pool. The victory was the thirteenth j straight for the undefeated H. A. C. | squad. John Egan scored the win- j ning goal in the extra period. Ellenberger edged out Rhodius, 7 to 5, in another league tilt. THREE WAYS By .V EA Service Hamilton, n. y., Aug. 28. —Colgate will engage in a round robin football game, in honor of Dr. Ellery C. Hunt ington, retired professor of physical education, here on Oct. 5. Andy Kerr's athletes will meet St. Lawrence and Amherst in a triangular con test, playing St. Lawrence in one period, and Amherst in another. St. Lawience and Amherst will collide in a third period. ■ The Theatrical World Golden Birthday to Be Marked by Saengerbund BY WALTER D. HICKMAN THE fiftieth anniversary of the Indianapolis Saengerbund will be celebrated next Saturday, Sun day and Monday. The chief event of the "birthday party" will be the Golden Jubilee concert at 3 Sunday afternoon at the Athenaeum. Arnold Spencer is director of mu sic and Otto Schaefer is president. Several hundred singers from German singing societies of other cities will take part in the concert. The out-of-town singing groups w;ll include Herwegh Maennerchor and Frauencher of Cincinnati; Kingan Teams to Clash in Friday Night Game: House of David Dated The Kingan Reliables baseball team, managed by Reb Russell, ex major league star, will clash with the Kingan Indianas ‘.Negro nine; at Perry Stadium Friday night. The Reliables hold a decision over the Negro nine earlier in the sea son and the Indianas will be out to even the score. All profits derived from the game will be turned over to the Christmas fund for Kingan employes. On Wednesday night. Sept. 4, the Kingan Reliables tangle with the House of David traveling club at Perry Stadium. The Reliables won from the “whiskers” earlier in the season in a well-played game by the score of, 4 to 2. The famous “pepper game" by the members of the “whiskered” nine will be an added attraction. SOFTBALL GOSSIP Dean Brothers were defeated by the Hawthorn Smokers Monday. sto 4. Dvan- I men will meet the Rockwoods this aftr noon at 16th-st ana Stadium-dr. Saturdav | the Dean club will travel to Newcastle to I oppose the Newcastle Pirates at 8 p. m Thursday. £?pt. 5, Dean Brothers will in vade Columbus for a night game. For games, call Lincoln 3432 between noon and 1 o'clock and ask for Duncan, or write to Scott Duncan, 1647 Broadway, Indian apolis. Rockwood A. C.'s blanked the Green wood All-Stars, 10 to 0, in a night game at Greenwood. Rockwoods will meet the Dean Brothers squad today at 16th-st and Stadium-dr. All Rockwood players will meet at Hottle's Grocery at 4:45. For games, call Drexel 5611-W after 7 p. m. and ask for Mr. Hottle. Hawthorne Smok ers. Indianapolis Aces and Shaw's Market notice. Rockwoods have won 49 games and lost 13. Imperial softball team trounced Beech Grove 11 to 5. On four occasions the Im perials held their rivals in check after they had filled the bases. Dible and Wolf formed the winning battery. Prather and Wolf starred at bat. The two clubs will clash in a return game Friday morning at Beech Grove. TAKES LEGION LEAD By United Press GASTONIA. N. C. ( Aug. 28.—Gas tonia's American Legion junior baseball team took the field today one up on the Sacramento, Cal., nine, following a 10-to-4 victory in the first game of the “little world : series" for the National junior; championship yesterday. About 10.000 persons witnessed the initial game. Last Z Days f s CLARK CABLE ♦ JEAN HARLOW WALLACE BEERY "CKerwa Seas" i.wiiii mn m fn'ii r*" im $p M, I Deutsch Ungarischer Arbeiter Maen nerchor of Cincinnati, the Gersang verein Eintracht of Dayton, and Ar beiter Gersangverein of Columbus. O. The program for Sunday is as follows: - Par; I Overture— Rtenzi" Wagner The Little Indianapolis Symphony orchestra: Charles 3rom!ey, director Speech by Ernst Sperlich Sr Hymn an der Freiheit Uthmann Schon Rohtraut Veit Indianapolis Saengerbund Maenner chor. Arnold Spencer, director. Soprano Solo—' Traume Wagner Ella Buschatzkv. "Spinner'.ied " Wagner Indianapolis Saengerbund Damen chor Arnold Spencer, director. Tenor Solo—" Walter Preislied from "Der Meistersinger" i Wagner Victor Dannacher Morgenblaetter" Strauss Indianapolis Saengerbund Mixed Chorus. Arnold Spencer, director. —Part II Orchestra First movement— Unfin ished Symphony" Schubert The Little Indianapolis Svmphonv orchestra, Charles B r o m 1 e v, director. ® tu , r , m Uthmann Men s massed chorus of all societies W. Kappelho.T director Weihe des Gesangcs" .. Mozart Ladies’ massed chorus of all societies: W. Kappelhofi. director. Soprano solo. Frau Augusta Hagan of Herweg Damcnchor. Cincinnati 0., accompanist William KoppelhofT ' Schtcksaslied" Brahms Massed chorus, men and ladies; Arnold Spencer, director Orchestra— March MUitaire Schubert The Little Indianapolis Symphony orchestra; Charles Bromlev, director. The program on Saturdav night and all day Monday will be devoted to social events. u o a On View Today INDIANAPOLIS theaters today of fer: Duke Ellington on the stage and “Going Highbrow" on the screen at the Lyric; “Accent on Youth" at the Circle; "China Seas" at Loew's; "Dante's Inferno” at the Apollo and "Be Mine Tonight,” and "Transient Lady” at the Ohio. RACE HANDICAPPER DIES By United Press CHICAGO. Aug. 28.—John J. Murphy. 60, Detroit, known as one of the most expert handicappers in racing circles, was found dead to day in his room at a local hotel. A physician attributed his death to a heart attack. Murphy was associated with rac ing for 30 years and built his repu tation as a handicapper on his se lections for the morning line. He is survived by four children. DAZZY JOINS SEMI-PROS By L nitcri Press BROOKLYN, N. Y„ Aug. 28. Dazzy Vance, 42-year old pitcher who was given his unconditional re lease last week by the Brooklyn Dodgers, today signed with the Bushwicks. a Brooklyn semi-profes sional team. During his 15 years in the majors with the Yankees. Dod gers. Reds and Cardinals, Vance won 197 games and lost 142. HfPBURN’S BIST! m *' ast n ‘ff ht ’ s P rc * "-^^lfafcfeS. view audience BQI .ffi SggU the *>- fart, one of the jjjjgl outstanding pie- Egga SfI^IWNTATiONS C ri tfc H BOR HOOP THEATERS 1 NORTH SIDE oT 7/ j • 9th & College Stratford " r r ;: c \ ure “CARNIVAL” “SONS jOF_STEEL” MECCA Double Jean Arthur “PARTY WIRE” 'CHEATERS” TALBOTT A 1 A W arren WiLiam “CURIOUS BRIDE” “COLLEGE RHYTHM” |">p rj DUMh at 31th 1 1 Li Double Feature HELD OVER Positively Last Day Jane Withers in “GINGER” George Raft in “THE GLASS KEY” UPTOWN D." d bi?&te: UI C heater Morris “SOCIETY DOCTOR” JTRON DIKE” HD DAM -361 Station St. L/I\JC/A.lrl Double Feature Fredrie March “WE LIVE AGAIN” “THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL” GARRICK TJt SSS Charles Laughton "IES MISERABLES” CT PI AID it. Clair * Ft. Wayne J 1 i Vil/Ailv Double Feature Ralph Bellamy “THE HEALER” “PEOPLE WILL TALK” EAST SIDE Ri /~v | | Dearborn at 10th * ilenry Hull “WEREWOLF OF LONDON” rys 4 rv > r Bf42 E. Wash SU i ALUjIA Double Feature tilwiiltl Herbert Marshall ‘ THE GOOD FAIRY” _ “RENDEZVOUS AT MIDNIGHT” TUXEDO ‘Slk’fcl.ls* Lionel Barrvmore “MARK OF THE VAMPIRE” "LADIES LOVE DANGER” 1 n V I M i' E. Wash. St. 1 IV. V 1i 1 VJ Double Feature Marlene Dietrich “THE DEVIL IS A WOMAN” ALIAS MARY DOW” _ HAMILTON “DOUBTING THOMAS” “THE COWBOY MILLION AIRE' ’ PAGE 13 MTLIRE BEACH PARTY Coaches Howard Krick and John Barkhaus have announced that the McClure Beach swimming team will hold a banquet tomorrow. Award3 will be made to Davenport. Smith. E Mattingly, R Mattingly. Waters. Richter. Erie, Uhle, Welch and Weaver. jGREATE^MW^ ROGERS I * A FOX PICTUtt wilH 1 ! Jfr, IRVIN S. jvjTLx COBB / hfe > ANNE SHIRLEY 1 pV EUGENE PALLETTE \ STEPIN FETCHIT J EAST SIDE EMERSON liouble Feature Joan Crawford “NO MORE LADIES” “UNWELCOME STRANGER” Pi nl/ P n 2 r i3o E. Tenth St. AKK K K Double Feature 1 a 1V 1V George Arliss “CARDINAL RICHELIEU” “RAINBOW'S END" STRAND TAVAU 17 * Marlene Dietrich THE DEVIL IS A WOMAN” “AWAKENING OF JIM BURKE” Paramount “WEREWOLF OF LONDON” [ Edgar Kennedy Comedy y y 8121 E. Wash. SU V/ AX - Ann Shir.ey “SCHOOL FOR GIRLS” SOUTH SIDE FOUNTAIN SQUARE^ Double Feature Jane Withers “GINGER "CHARLIE CHAN IN EC.VPT” . . tr. px At Fountain Snuarb SAN DERS D zV‘ ZW'rV "LIFE BEGINS AT FORTY” “NEW ADVENTURES OF TARZAN” __ 4 \r 4 I /N V! Proxpeet-Cburehmaa” AVAL UIN "'* Feature Shirlev Tempu “OUR LITTLE GIRL" “I LL LOVE YOU ALWAYS” ORIENTAL Cbarlea Russia* “PEOPLE WILL TALH" • MAN OF ARAN r ADCIfI Pi Maurfen OSullivaiT Vjttiur ILLL/ Herbert Marshall •THE FLAME WITHIN” WEST SIDE BELMONT " y-r" 11 “ALIAS MARY DOW" “LADIES LOVE DANGER" _ A I C V 2240 w - Mith Sl -"” A I J I Mae West Double Feature “GOIN' TO TOWN” • THE RESCUE SQUAD" Sm iT P 2*#2 W. 10th SU I A 1 L Deuble Trature v * Edmund Lcwe A “MB. DYNAMITE” * “GIGOLETTE"