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MASON CITY GLOM-GAZITTI, DECEMBER 1 1936 HIM! GLOBE*GAZETTE SPORTS GLOW KEG TOPS ON ALLEY Kaufman, Riley Split Honor for Single Game and Highest Series. CITX LEAGUE SCHEDULE JUleys— 1-5 Open. 3-t Tyler-Kynn Furniture vs. Collate Grill-Blue Ribbon. 5-« Koiy Korner vs. Decker's riant. T-8 Huth Davey and Son vs. Maple Inn. Golden Glow, with two victories and a series of 2,856 in three games, topped the City bowling league Monday, while Moose Lodge and Stoddard's also won pairs..J. B. Ferrias. Moose leadoff "' man, roled a 608 high series, while Mickey .Kaufman of Decker's Office had a 224 single. Up for weekly prizes are Golden Glow; Kaufman, with a series of 614; and Max Riley, with a £36 lirrgle. STO BOARD'S 1st 2nd 3rd Tot. Ar. 17fi 158 127 l«l 154 KII 143 IS9 JS5 IK2 JIKi IIS 199 F.,liek 152 17(1 190 f.tirrn Odell Andersen H5 209 175 .115 111 529 116 ' Aetna! PIn« . 8:>2 79.". Handicay . . 95 OS r.nn nr.ii? S5 SS5 fOTAL PINS 947 890 955 27:'2 931 DECKER'S OFFICE Playem— 1st 2nd 3rd Tot. Av. Kaufman .. Fait 1411 Bonker * 1fi4 159 Uadsay 125 MacDenald ... 126 155 224 158 169 191! 127 IB2 Ififi 177 575 434 JR.". 42") 4r> Aetna! Pint Handicap 71!* XI4 91 (I- X2S 2.191 97 291 PINS 8lfi 941 OLD TIMERS Plaj-en — ' 1st 2nd 3rd Tot. Ar. 1»4 19K 191 Kolb' MacDonald ..... U>2 l'>:i 1« DeeHer ......... Ill ME 153 Adamj .......... 1-0 l»l I"* Sena ........... 1!>! 17« IGi; Actual 'PiM Handicap SMI KM KV; 9« 9« 96 .1-3 191 5119 170 143 14X ^288 96 iS-IS !M8 fOTAL PINS *•!'. il.MI 9«S GOLDEN GLOW Players— 1st 2nd 3rd Tot, Av. Swalford 179 20« 185 570 190 Kadellft 172 1*4 IK9 525 17.", Se*l IBI 171 19« 528 ITfi KraU 1«:< 1«5 172 50(1 1fi7 "Hill 178 179 1H4 541 180 Aclo»I TPi Handicap 9H.', 9IIC 2IW1 888 64 f>4 192 »1 PINS 917 Wy 970 2X5fi 952 HERMA.VSO.V DAIRY' Player*— l*t 2nd 3rd Tot. Av. Krumbholi 154 187 lfi!> r.io 170 Bamber 17* -;02 ira 511 17(1 l-raman 19(1 145 113 44S U!) C-iinderson .... U8 lf,7 Illi 491 IS4 Morphew 117 157 172 47fi 159 Actual Pln« .. 825 858 753 2i::fi 812 Handicap .... 117 117 117 351 117 PJTNS «12 975 870 2787 92!) MOOSE LODGE 1st 2nd 3rd Tot. AT. 211 199 195 608 203 I (.7 157 1 fi3 4 K7 I *»2 J1S .1JS...J1* J4t ..117 1*9 IS* 157 534 I78 Berry ... I8fi 155 152 493 IM A«vn»l ."Pin* Handicap -. YOTA4, PINS 898 851 814 84 84 8» 854 81 98-: 93.1 898 28 IS 958 FEMALE GOLF PROS There are now three profession- j al women, golfers -in the United ! States—Bea Gottlieb, who confines j herself to teaching, and Helen | Hicks and Babe Didrikson, who! engage in exhibitions. YEAQER TO TAKE VEENKER'S POST (Continued From Pate •) of the department of physical ed- j ucation Veenker administers an | athletic program which consists not only of intercollegiate sports but also of intramural athletics participated in by 80 per cent of the male students. In additioin he has charge of a physical education program which includes classes for. all freshmen and sophomore men and advanced studies .for men interested in teaching physical education. His duties during the past two years have been increased since he assumed the responsibility of supervising the construction of the college's 150-acre recreational area and golf course, which will be completed some time next year. Came From Michigan. Veenker came to Iowa State from the University of Michigan, where he was head basketball coach and assistant football coach, because by doing so he could satisfy a desire to be a head football coach, and because, as he stated Monday, he was heartily in sympathy with the sensible basis upon which athletics are conducted here. His first season here as football coach, in 193J, brought an end to the 16 game losing streak of the Cyclone?. That year the team lost only two games and finished second in the Big Six Conference. In his six years of coaching at Ames the football team has won 21. tied 8 and lost 21 games. Two other changes in the sports staff at Iowa State, effective July 1, 1937, were also announced. Robert Simpson and C. E. "Jake" Daubert will relinquish their positions as head track and swimming coaches, respectively, on that date. Decade With Cyclones. Simpson, one of America's greatest track stars, came to the Cyclone school as coach in 1926. He is a graduate of the University of Missouri where he was a star hurdler and from which school he was selected as a member of the 1920 Olympic team. He coached track at Missouri before coming here. At Iowa Slate Simpson has turned out a number of outstanding relay teams and individual performer?, among whom are Ray Conger and Ray Putnam, milers: Robert Hager, hurdler: Hubert Meier, dash man; Earl Labertew, half miler, and Wayne Lyon, pole vaulter. Daubert has coached the swimming team and taught swimming to all freshmen and sophomore men at Iowa State since 1920. During the eight years since the formation of the Big Six conference, Daubert's teams have won or tied for the title six times. He has been actively associated with the Red Cross life saving corps in Ames, one of the largest of such groups in the United States. Successors to Simpson and Dau- best will be selected and announced some time prior to next July 1, PREP COACHES AT CAGE MEET High School Stars to Have Full Day at Ames With Pair of Banquets. AMES, (UP)—Iowa high school basketball coaches will meet in Ames Thursday afternoon for a basketball clinic in charge of Louis Menze, Iowa State college coach. Ray Donels, Ames high school athletic director and chairman of the committee of the State High School Coaches association, said that invitations have been issued to about 200 central Iowa mentors ALL-STATERS, TOO Members of the Iowa Daily Press association's all-state football team will be the guests • of the 30 afternoon newspapers which make up the state association, for\a noon banquet at Ames Thursday. The all- staters also will be guests at the annual dinner to be held Thursday night. OUT of the PRESSBOX but' that all coaches in the state are welcome. The coaches will be given demonstrations by the Iowa State varsity team and the freshman squad coached by Joe Truskowski. The clinic, will be part of 'the annual high'school athletic meeting which closes with a banquet Thursday evening. Fielding Yost, famed University of Michigan ahletic director and former football coach, will speak. High school football players from central Iowa, members of the Central Iowa all-conference teams and those selected, on an all-opponents team by Ames high school will be guests. La timer Halves Games as Season Opens With Goodell, Alden Hoopers L A T I M E R — Latimer high school opened its basketball season Monday night by defeating Good?.'! 20 to 13, while the local girls lost to Alden, 37 to 26. Hicks, Latimer hotshot, dropped in six baskets and three free throws to lead the home squad, while the Goodell scoring was divided between Vielie, Dawson, Denison and Hofer. Rasmussen and Riggins each scored 12 points for the Latimer Girls, but Frawinter caged 16 for Alden. DR. J.G. CRAVEN DENTIST r-RACTICE LIMITED TO PLATE WORK 18 HOST CEDAR RAPIDS STPCET S E .. DESMOINES MASON CITV SIOUX CITY Homer Harris Chosen Most Valuable lowan IOWA CITY, (IP)— Homer Harris, University of Iowa end, was chosen Iowa's most valuable player for the 1936 season at a squad meeting here Monday night. The Seattle, Wash., Negro, who is expected to be a standout next year, defeaterd Oze Simmons, Hawkeye backfield ace, also a Negro, by one vote. Take the Every morning ning DecemberlOth Lv Chicago, Denrborn Station C. AE. l.Ry. ... ....... 9;iQ«iii fry St. Louia (LAN) . . . . 1 1 :00 »ni Ar Jacksonville next day »t ........... I": 1 " 1 »m Ar Miami ............ fi:."." pm Ar St. Peteriburc ...... SiilOpra - Two Otkrr Through Dixie Trair.: Daily THE DIXIE FLYER THE DIXIE LIMITED AA about all-expenje lours io Florida and Cuba Ship your nuto at approiimately only one-night train and the FASTEST OF ALL BETWEEN CHICAGO or ST. LOUIS AND FLORIDA Luxurious drawing rooms and compart- . mcnts . . . Bedroom cars with the extra comfort of a 2-bed room at the cost of two lower berths .... Lounge observation car; dining-car service all the way . , . Clean, comfortable, modern coaches, too . . . And you travel the famous historic and scenic route thru hallowed battlefields of the Civil War and spectacular mountain scenery. Buffalo Center After Another Title as Ace Five Starts Schedule BUFFALO CENTER—After finishing the football season with only 13 points scored agains them, Bufalo Center high schoo athletes have turned their attention to basketball. Last week the locals defeated the Titonka Indians, 33 to 6. C. Kopp led the scorers with 15 points. The feature of the game was Arkwright's defensive play. The second team los Ihe same evening to Rake, 2£ to 5. Ths sectional champs of las year will present a lineup consisting of C. Kopp, Arkwright anr Smith, three regulars of last year as well as Kiewiet, who will occupy the center position vacated by Matson, star of last year's team and cither Larson or Steinberg will replace Kelso at the forward post. Lettermen returning from last year's squad are: Arkwright, Smith. C, Kopp, L. Kopp Kiewiet, Steinberg and Olson. Other promising candidates are: Larson, Mitchell, Claassen, Noland, M. Julius, Letcher, Sapp and B. Smith. The schedule: Dec. 4—.Thompson at Buffalo Center. J) ec . 11—At Northwood. Dee. 18—Brltt at Buffalo Center. .Tan. ft—Forest City at Buffalo'Center. Jan. I.-—At Lake Mill*. Jan. 22—Northwood at Buffalo Center. Jan. 2(1—At Thompson. Jan. 29—At Clear Lake. Feb. .%—Al Forest Oily. Feh; 11-12—County tournament, Vt b. IS—At Belrnond. l-'eb. 2«—Lake Mills al Buffalo Center. v (Continued From Paje 8) were having cold sweats trying- t dope out what was coming. It' an old Pop Warner stunt. 1 * * * A word about James Yeage newly appointed Iowa State , lege footbal coach . . . appointe by George Veenker as the latte resigned". his coaching duties t concentrate on his job as athleti director . . . Yeager was formerl head coach at Fort Hays (Kansas Teachers colege, and came t Iowa State as a line tutor, replac ing big and blond Marshall Wells who went to Yale last spring. He's a graduate of Kansas Stat . . . played guard there. And hi Fort Hays team won^M game out of 10 last season,: including 3 to 0 victory over Kansas .State. BLUE RIBBON AT HEAD OF TICKET Takes Two Games to Keep Denison League Lead, .Hardwares Follow. GP W. T,. PC Blue Rlbbim-CotUie Grill IK JS M. C. Hardwire ..... IB 11 Atl»j Meat and Grocery lit 10 Schmidt'* City Club Denison Club P. G. and E. No. 1 . M, C. Brick and Tile P. G. and E. No. 2 IS 1» 10 IK IK 18 7 n 6 II .71 " ' M H » .53 8 ,5S .38 .33 Two victories over Schmidt' City Club were enough to keef the Blue Ribbon-Cottage Gri" bowling team at the head of th Denison club league last week, al though the Mason City Hardware won three contests from Mason City Brick and Tile in their driv for the top. The Hardwares rolled 2,675 pin for the high series, while Tom EauClaire had a 589 total fo three games and a 252 single t lead the individuals. DEN1SON CLUB Players— lit 2nd 3rd To T. Klnja 155 128 JO* 49 .1. Kinrai 134 159 129 44 Doe 140 140 14I> 42 H. CooXman I5B 111 144 41 G. Smith IBS 159 J:« 45 Handicap 84 84 S4 TOTAL 854 781 7S*' 241 P. G. AND E. NO. 2 Player«— G. Lownsberry W. Parks J. Ward L. HammersUy J. Brahney ... Handicap 14 lit tat 3rd To 97 93 .. 92 112 97 .. 137 9fi 103 .. 147 ]l« 144, 130 139 132 147 147 TOTAL 750 70S 117 207 ! ROUTE TRAVEL BDBEAD 1609 Pioneer Bldj.. 8t. P»ul, Minn, BJXIE ROUTE TRAVEL BUREAU 135 S. LiSulle St., Chicago HI. 0. E. HERRING, D J-.A..L. &. N.R.H.. 1103 Bo»tm«n'i Bmli Bid*., St.Louit. Mo. Titonka Hunters Take Fox During Town Hunt TITONKA—One gray and two red foxes- were killed in a community hunt here, Elmer Peterson, William Denton, Jay Graham and Ross Buffin'gton being in the party which bagged the animals. Tox are so numerous in this vicinity as to make serious inroads on poultry flocks. One farmer reported finding the carcasses of 45 of his chickens. Thirty-two participated in the hunt,- and it is planned to hold another Sunday. Dee Has Played With, Against Cyclone Team AMES—Clarence Dee of Melbourne, whose eKSction as captain of the 1937 Iowa State college football team was announced here Saturday, has tasted defeat at the hands of a Cyclone eleven, and also has gloried in Iowa State victory- Dee was a regular guard on the University of Iowa eleven which fell beforc-a raging Cyclone team, 31 to S, on State field in.. 1934. In the fall of 1935 he .gave vent to a. desire to study veterinary medicine and entered Iowa State for that purpose. .After fulfilling the year's .residence requirement ,h« became eligible for th* Cyclone vuartfr this fall. MASON CITT HAKDWAEE Players— lit Jnd ,3rd Tot J. Corqle 182 171 179 51 C. Tompkini 1S1 1S9 143 43 Dof 140 140 140 42 J. Ceokman 107 lfi.1 194 T. Eauelalre 152 1BII 147 HandlcHp fi5 05 fl5 TOTAL 937 870 868 167 MASON CITY BRICK AND TILE Players— ». Vjncc .. H. Dyer ... J. Fjeljlid , W. FewJn« . I*. Carnajle P. W«ner . Handicap TOTAL .... ISO m ........ us ......... m 117 132 174 i in 3rd 180 152 130 1CT 151 M 41 43 an 40 Sffl 894 254 BLL'K KIBBO.N'-COTTAGK GUILL Players— 1st 2nd 3rd Tot M. Toinny 153 144 203 500 W. Lawrence 149 13(1 153 43 C. Garland ....12S iSS H8 42 W. Hall 2(K) 1S7 190 55 A. Rease 177 IM 171 50 Handicap 5» 51 Hit 1 TOTAL ... 8fi2 808 92S SCHMIDT CITY CLUB Players— 1st 2nd 3rd C. Cunning-ham Ififf 184 142 M. Rybnlkar 187 172 158 F, Zajieek 92 J. Nozlrka 130 172 D. Ello'J 13(\ 1.17 .1. Bell 157 222 Handicap 72 77 1-18 3.10 SI 1 92 MM 43S 54 TOTAL SOS ATLAS Players—• l TUnson 104 2IMi Neve 132 ISS l.W Cordle Ifil 1fi« 151 Walsh 1.17 127 tsfi Burns l.W 17fi ]»7 Handicap M 64 M TOTAL 2nd 3rd Tot Ifil) 479 44T 480 4411 5IK 102 771 8Dfi 891 2553 P. G. AN'D E. NO. % Players— 1st 2nd 3rd Tot. Collolon ., 159 ]fi9 1.W 4SS Gallotly ..137 1S2 207 490 Lonterhotir 114 1SK 141 421 Berlin 112 148 H4 40' Doe 140 140 140 420 Handicap 113 113 11,1 TOTAL 77.1 »»7 9IM) 25(!2 Pabst Wins Two Out Three Witb Oil Men Psbst Blue Ribbon-Cottage Grill won two games from Co-op Oil of Northwood in a special bowling match, at the Northwood alleys, although Bliton of the Oil- ers had a 220 high single and 586 high series. A return game will be rolled here in the near future. CO-OP. Malheivs Harman Bliton .. rlneh Sinrleitad 20« OIL 1st 2nd 3rd 19« 14* 12S IfiR 2X2 I88 .220 175 191 146 112 178 173 TOTAL OXt *«!) KM! 283H BLUE K1BBON-COTTAGE GRILL PUyers— 1st 2nd 3rd Tot. Tolnby .............. Ml J3» Reasf ................ IM m Hmll .................. 14.1 IM Wtlllke ........... ... 2»7 179 Kaoelalre ............ t'4 201 169 noun Ml TOTAi (K>7 Phelan Predicts Bowl Eleven Picked Monday SEATTLE, (IP)— Coach Jimmy P&elan, probably more interested :h'an anybody else in the selection of an opponent for'his University of'Washington football .team in Jie , Rose Bowl game, predicted Tuesday the announcement would not be made befort next Saturday orMondaih • Charles City News Funeral Rites for Victim of Injuries Will Be Wednesday CHARLES CITY—Mrs. Caroline Matte, 80, who was found dead in her home by Mrs. William Frederick, who lives . next door,, will be buried Wednesday. Mrs. Matte had been doing the family washing 'and her arm caught in the electric wringer but she had the presence of mind to shut off the electricity. Her death was believed to have been caused by the shock according to the report of Charles Snyder, coroner. She was alone in the house. Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at the Grossman funeral home with the Rey. C. G. Protten- geier officiating with burial in Riverside -cemetery., Mrs, Matte is survived by j two sons', William E., Charles. City and Otto H., Maywood, 111. Mr. Matte died Nov. 16. Req uests Are Heard for Naturalization; Grand Jury Gathers CHARLES' CITY—Judge M. H. Kepler, Northwood, was to hear petitions for naturalization Tuesday afternoon,/ the second day oE the winter ; term -of court. The grand jury is in session; hearing evidence' in criminal cases. Jens Grothe, county attorney, has filed county attorney informations in eight : criminal cases, .including charges against Russell. Sloniger, Floyd Warner, J: L. Dagetty, R. D. Alcock, Virgil Pi-tz and. Leonard Beck^Th.ey were all charged with operating motor • vehicles while intoxicated. R. D. Alcock is charged with robbery with aggravation and William Noss with maintaining a liquor nuisance. Divorce actions filed this term include the following cases: Tillie Davidoff vs. Hyman Davidoff, Orvie L. Blunt vs. Bernadine E. Blunt; Urania L. Eaton vs. Robert L. Eaton; Leo P. Rodema^er vs. Iva M. Rodemaker; Virginia Mary Brooks vs. Thomas H. Brooks. There are 17 law cases and eight- equity cases marked for trial this term. The trial jury will meet Dec; 8. Planning Groups to Gather Next Monday CHARLES CITY — Arrangements are being made for holding an all day meeting of township yearbook planning committees in the K. P. hall in Charles City Monday, Dec. 7, In the forenoon there will be a general discussion ori how to improve township Farm Bureau meetings together with suggestions for programs following which the township committees will meet separately and develop their yearbooks for the township meetings to be held during 1937. In most cases the committee will consist of^-the director, vice chairman, and the secretary. The group will have dinner together, at noon and'.in the afternoon the committee will complete the yearbooks. Talk on Prominent Women Given Club . CHARLES CITY — The St. Charles Women's .club met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Ann Tart with the topic; "Prominent Business "and Professional Women;"'in charge of Mabel Riddle and Lucy Pingrey. Miss Riddle read a paper about women outside of Iowa who had attained distinction ' in the fields of education, science, law, social service; writing and aviation. Prominent women in Iowa were discussed .by Miss Pingrey, including artists, writers, educators .and' women who'-have 'pioneered in .the woman 'movement.'-The towels hemmed by the blind women were distributed.and plans made'for the 'social evening to be held at the home of'Mrs. George Blake in two weeks. Outlook Bulletins to Be Mailed to Fanners CHARLES CITY — The three outlook meetings were held in the county the past week and the agricultural and business outlook for the coming year discussed by the county agent. The meetings were held at the Marble Rock high school. Charles City high school and at the Rudd high school In a few days the outlook bulletins will be available for distribution'to all farmers in the county. The bulletin sumarizes the present business, livestock and feed situation and discusses the probable trend for next year. It will be mailed out to each farmer in .the county as soon as available. It "is planned^ to present the outlook information at a number, of. township Farm Bureau meetings during the month of December. Will Move to St. Joseph. 'CHARLES CiTY—J'ames McMullan resigned as manager of the John Blaul's Sons company, wholesale grocery branch, and the first of the year he and Mrs. McMullan will move to their former home, St Joseph, Mo., where Mr. McMullan has purchased a partnership in a brokerage firm. He has been the manager of the local warehouse since its establishment here. Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY—The workers for the Community Chest drive met Monday evening for dinner in the dining room of the Congregational church. W: A. Lopsebrock, general chairman, presided and committees were assigned to the leaders. The -campaign will be pushed this week. Mrs. Helen Jameson returned Monday night from Excelsior, Minn., where she has been confined to the hospital since Thanksgiving day. She suffered s scalp wound in an auto accident when she was with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Ferguson, on the way to. Excelsior to spend Thanksgiving. About six mile* from their dertnatioB Ihe brakes on the car locked cauiinj it to swing oft the road down against a telephone port. Mr. Fer- .guson was driving slowly so th« car was not badly damaged. Matt White pleaded gufltr *• reckless driving in Jvuttce Calvin Jones' court Monday and wai filled $100 and. costs. Half of the fin« and the costs were paid and th« remainder; is to be paid in installments of J10 a month. A marriage license was -issued *• Donald G. Crooks, Ionia, and Rosella M. Marvin. Orchard. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Larsh ar« the parents of a daughter -born Monday in the Cedar Valley hos- pitaL . ..-•-. New patients in the Cedar Valley hospital are John Popei, Anton Havranek and Mrs. Fred Bahr. A car driven by Dave Shannon collided with a tractor drivin by Melvin Weiss on the highway between Floyd and Charles City. According to R. C. McCartney, d*p- uty sheriff, the tractor had JM» lights and Mr. Shannon claims h* struck the tractor as a car was approaching from another direction and he did not see the tracer until it was too late. The tractor was broken and the car was badly damaged. Meltonville Club to See Play Wednesday MELTONVILLE—The Meltonville Community club will meet Wednesday evening. The program will consist of a three act play, "The Importance of Pam,'' given by the Grove township 4-H club. This play has already been given at a Farm Bureau meeting in Northwood. 30 ROU N DS BOXING * BOUTS Armory, Thursday, Dec. 3, Mason City Sponsored by the American Legion. Ticket* en tale «t United and Pteaxol Cigar Storei or call W. J. Inring, 3545. Prices First 5 rows and First Row Balcony—50c; Balance 40c. Ladies and Children, 25c. Special flection (Knot Hole Club) Children under 14 only lOc. ALL-AMERICA By The Associated Erea THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ALL-AMERIG* foofbaH AP sports coverage is AH-America.; No other individual or organization has the facilities for selecting an football team available to Alan Gould, AP sports editor, through the cooperation erf 1360 AP member newspapers and a nation-wide sports staff. Coaches and officials throughout the country are polled for their selection*. ' AP sports writers, under the direction of Gould, sift and analyze Ae.i the fairest picture of a true All-America. The Associated Press 1936 AH- America sefectiofM wifl member newspapers the first week m December. The Associated Press Reports the News of FOR Mason City Globe-Gazette - I

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