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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 14 • 1937 GAZETTE SPORTS Mrs. Schnee, Will Observe 90th Birthday at Greene all-sports record book this year.,. With the Joe Humphreys memorial dinner next Monday, to be followed almost immediately by Joe McCarthy's annual beefsteak party and the baseball writers' dinner, the boys along Broadway are letting out their vests. i;: v »:: CAULIFLOWER ROW: Friends are trying to persuade Tony Canzoneri to forget that comeback stuff, but no dice yet ... Fred ™n ms teammate, Ann^rnli t.hP hpllhnn from San ° Connor, has made. Apostoli, the bellhop from San Francisco, may have considerable to say before the middleweight situation is settled . . . The 'big gun behind the Joe Louis retirement talk is Mrs. J. L. Freddie BRANNICKTOPS WITH NEW YORK Boss of Giant Front Office Has Most Friends Inside Old Gotham's Lines. By EDDIE BRIETZ NEW YORK, (/?!—If anybody in New York has more friends than Eddie Brannick, secretary of the Giants, it'll take Sherlock himself to find out ... at the dinner the baseball writers tossed for Brannick the other night Jimmy Durante turned proceed- - ings into something of a riot by Jackie Fields Max Baer.\ounj reading this v.irc, supooscdly from ! Corbett and the others all were F. D. R.: "Congratulations ... bo ™ in othcr sections. Glad you didn't run on ihe republican ticket l;i;-i fall" . . . Jint fans would ,-ather read about Bill Terry buying catchers than cows . . . Red Grange is lolling the boys on the coast Los Angeles may get a franchise in the National football league next season . . . Cecil Hart, manager of the Montreal Canadiens. never played a game of hockey in his life . . , but that's nothing, points out Bob Ray in the Los Angeles Times . . . Arnold Eddy coaches the U. of Southern California hockey team and can't even skate Drake Veteran Leads Way in Mizoo Rating DBS MO1NES, (JP)—Charles Orebaugh, Drake's veteran basketball guard, has spurted into an early lead in the Missouri Valley conference individual scoring race. The speedy redhead has counted 28 points in four games, two more than his teammate, slim Frank Steele is the first coast born fighter to hold a ring title since Jim Corbett's day Tod Morgan, THE LEADERS Players— G rG FT TP Av. Orebaujb, Drake, i 4 11 G O'Connor, Drake, f 4 11 4 Cox, Okll. AEJies, I •{ 11 3 Vljrola, Waihbnrn, f » 8 « Suter. Drake, f 4 8 4 Brown, Wash'™, c :t 10 I Uhlemeyer, W'ton, f 3 X :> Miletieh, Dnke, j 4 7 .1 Uaffli, Winston, I 3 .-. tt IMyward. Grin 1 !!, f I f I 7.0 6.3 12.3 8.1) 3.5 7.0 (i.3 4.K li.ll T-. ^, • n i Aplmgton Hish Tops Ex-Champions Kank n .1 r . F- ATTENTION" sports .writers: Deadline for your Cooperstown baseball hall of fame nominations is Jan. 15 . . . The Phillies seem to have grabbed off on•; of those jack-of-all-trades in William Andrus, rookie from Little Rock ... he can pitch, catch and play the infield and outfield . . . so Manager Jimmy Wilson will just park him on the bench ?.nd \\-ait for something to happen . . . since giving old King Levinsky a good going over on the coast Uie other night, Maxie Rosenbloom wants to be known as "Jewish heavyweight champion of the world." as Top Challengers NEW YORK. (/P) — Out "of » merry-go-round muddle came the middleweight division's battle lines Thursday, with a pair of ex- champions, Babe Risko and Teddy Yarosz as the ranking challengers for Freddy Steele's crown. Risko, who lost the title to the Tacoma slugger last year, already has been given the number one shot. Yarosz, comebacking after an operation which straightened out his trick knee, took rank just behind the Syracuse puncher Wednesday night by decisively whipping New York's Solly Kriegei in a 10 rounder at the Hippodrome. Butler County Fives BDTLER COUNTY CONFEEKNCK iv. i,. ret. Aplinjrtnn 3 Clarksvillc 4 Parkersburg; f Allison z Dumont 1 New Hartford 1 J.1)1)0 .Sllll .SOU ..•.on ,.!S3 .3,18 .•TOO .000 Gabby to Be Back as RESULTS LAST WEEK Aplineton 30; Parkcrsburp '24. Dumoiit :il); New Hartford 18, Clafksville 2ti; Greene !(!. Allison IS; Shell Rock 16. FRIDAY GAMES (ireena at Allbon. Shell Rock at Parkersburs. Dumont at Clarksvillc. Aollnyton at New Hartford. ALLISON — Aplington high school, undefeated in three starts, leads the Butler county basketball conference, and must defend its standing against New Hartford this Friday. MRS. OTTO SCHNEE Thompson Wins Over Wesley Prep Cagers THOMPSON—Thompson won a double victory over Wesley high school's basketball teams Wednesday night. The local boys won 32 to 9, while the home girls nosed out the visitors, 29 to 28. Pioneer Iowa Resident Is Foncl of Flowers, Needlecraft. GREENE — Mrs. Otto Schnee Tuesday will celebrate her ninetieth birthday quietly at her home on Second street southeast. Martha, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Peddycoart, was born Jan. 19, 1847, at Liberty, Dubuque county, Iowa, and with her parents moved to Texas, near Fort Worth, in 1855, where they lived until forced to move because of the threat of war. They went as far north as Carthage, Mo., and were again forced to move, this time because of raids by Mosby's gang. They then came again to Iowa, settling in Page county, where they lived until the death of her * father, one year later. They then moved to Mount Vernon where she was married to Monroe Wilder, a veteran of the Civil war, a member of the twen- MOVIE By D. B. K. FILM FACES The Detroit Xigers have ordered Hank Greenbei-g to lay off handball Frank C. Menke has decided not to issue his entertaining DELCO BATTERIES and Radiator Service Central Auto Electric Co. 25 First Street S. W. PHONE 494 Catcher for Chicago j D r [CAGO, (..W—Charlie Grimm, j DUrt LOS6S in Tilt, Takes Matfest CHICAGO who will manage the Chicago Cubs again in 1937. is ''tickled pink" that "Gabby" Hartnett will be catching for the club again next season. BURT — The first basketball game to be played in Burt for 13 years saw Lakota defeat the lo"Nobody can really appreciate a T hig^ sc^o 1 squad by"36 to mf &vf\? Q f*illnn7 ItL-p HsrtnpIT ._ _ ^ . . -- _ - . . how easy a fellow like Hartnett makes things for a manager, 7 ' said Grimm. "He simply takes all the pitching worries right off your shoulders the way he handles the i hurlers. He's a wonder." ; Hartnett said "I'll stick" after < the Cubs' board of directors Wed• nesday had signed Grimm to an! other contract. IN MAIL MEETS IOWA CITY, iVP.i—The University of Iowa's freshman track team will compete in several postal meets with other Big Ten schools this winter. Coach Ted : Swenson has arranged duals with : | Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michi- i 18 after gaining a 23 to 3 lead in the first half. The local wrestling team defeated Algona 20 to 13 in a match held alter the game. THE SUMMARY K —Wolts (B) threw Lund (A). 2:30. 105—Smith (B) decisioned Caldwell (A), 5:311. 115— Knoll (A) ihrcw Becker (B), 5:01). 12S—. Ducan (E) clccisioned Scoby (A), I-j—(Exhibiti'in) HHmmcrstrom (B) threw Vc .. <A>. 1:28. 1,'I5—\Vetske (B) decJMoned Mntheason (A), 1:20. 155—Bpnivail t A> decisioned R. Wciskc (B). 1:20. lG,->—Lcrk (C) dccisloiicd Frascr Bing Richer as His Nag Gets Top Price HOLLYWOOD, (/P) — Crooner Bing Crosby was $800 richer Thursday because he failed to take his own advice and placed a $10 bet "on the nose" of his racehorse. Fight On. Because they took Sing's advice and failed to back the horse, his film friends are sore. Fight On came through at Santa Anita Wednesday to win the Little Boy Blue race for 2 year olds and pay the season's record price of S160 for a $2 winning ticket. "I didn't know he could run," Bing explained afterward. "The other horses looked a lot better. Honestly, I didn't know he was that good." "Samson fA). Conklin (A) threw Fraser (Bt, :2i*. Plans to schedule ° ther I° wa State Loses on Low Shooting Record Iowa Catholic Cage Champ to Play Tilt CHICAGO, (/P)—Catholic high school basketball teams will play for the National Catholic Basket- there until they came to Butler county, where they engaged in farming until Mr. Wilder's death, Dec. 27, 1890. Seven sons were born to Mr. and Mrs. Wilder. The living sons are Eber D. Wilder .and Leonard M. Wilder, both of Greene; George M. Wilder, Clarks- viile, and Lewis I. Wilder, Dows. Mrs. Wilder remained on the farm two years, then sold the stock and machinery. She was married to Otto Schnee, Aug. 4, 1892. They owned and operated the City hotel at Greene four years. Then they sold -this, and bought a farm two miles southeast of Greene where they resided 32 years. One daughter, Lila, was born to this union. They moved to Greene in 1929, where Mrs. Schnee and daughter, Miss Lila Schnee, still live. Mr. Schnee died Oct. 9, 1935. Mrs. Schnee is still active, having braided 2 large rugs and tatted edging for three handkerchiefs this winter. She is fond of flowers and raises many varieties of garden and house plants. She has been active in social and civic life until the past few years and during the diphtheria epidemic of 1875 and '76, was untiring in her services in the community. Besides Mrs. Schnee, there are three women: Mrs. Mary Springer, 92, Mrs. Wandal], 94, and Mrs. Fredricka Brandenberg, 93, and two men, Thomas Anderson, 93, a PAUL LUKAS Whenever the oft-posed tion arises whether luck or ability figures first in forming a Hollywood career, Paul Lukas can be counted on to cast a vote for Lady Luck. For, despite the talent that has i made him one of the cenema's leading actors, Lukas is certain that, without luck, his film career would not have been. film production, Delilah." He was brought to Hollywood to appear with Pola Negri in "Loves of an Actress" and was cast in a second picture, "The Wolf of Wall Street." But before it was half finished, the "talkies" came in. Since he couldn't speak a word of English, Lukas began contemplating a return trip to Hungary. But right here was where Lady Luck stepped in. The studio decided it had spent too much money on the film to remake it as a "talkie." Lukas was permitted to finish the role and another actor's voice was dubbed in later. Learning English in record time, the suave Hungarian rapidly rose to his present position on the talking screen. His films include "The Fountain," "I Give My Love," "The Casino Murder Case," "Little Women," and "Dodsworth." Lukas stands 6 feet Hi> and weighs 130 pounds. His hair and eyes are brown. and 1 wide and convincing emotional ranye is Lewis Stone's in "Don't Turn 'Em Loose," which plays at the State Friday and Saturday. On the same program is "Secret Patrol," which yours truly erroneously w a, s playing W e d n e i- day and Thursday. "Secret Agent" played those dates— It's 'Secret Patrol" Friday and Saturday. In "Don't Turn 'Em Loose," which is a condemnation of the prison parole system, are James Gleason, Bruce Cabot, Louise Latimer, Betty Grable and Grace Bradley, as well as Stone. WPA Trains Chinese Boys. SAN FRANCISCO, (UP)— T h e local WPA prides itself on con- Toc F Brown's success "Mibi i duclin S the only training school joe c.. urowii;, suctLss, .VHUI i . . , ,-,,,•:—„« u~...— Ike," is booked at the Strand Friday and Saturday. Based on the popular story of a swellheaded rookie, from the pen of the late Ring Lardner, "Alibi Ike" as a typical Brown picture should appeal particularly to children and Joe E. Brown fans. fi * X* Friday feature at the Cecil and Palace theaters is "Hideaway Girl," in which are seen Martha Raye, Shirley Ross, Robert Cununings, Louis DaPron, Monroe Owsley, Ed Brophy and Kenneth Harlan. "Hideaway Girl" presents Miss Ross as the attractive suspect in a jewel theft forced by circumstances to play the part of Cummings' wife. While the actual robbers are being brought to justice, Miss Ross and Miss Raye manage to sing several tunes, acclaimed by their press agent as being of hit proportions. * * * A characterization offering a in the world for Chinese house boys for servants. To date it has graduated 18, and their services are in demand. They receive from S40 to $80 a month with room and •board. Real estate trends ha"£ shifted again. A while ago families were moving in together because of the depression. Now they're moving in together because they can't find a house.—Glen dale, CaL, News- Press. ball association title at Loyola i ^- lvli war n y ete ™ and Harvey university March 17 through Lockwooo, 91, who live in Greene, March 21. j and wno are 90 y ears old or more association will conduct The tourneys through its units in Queer Thoughts {or Her Biggest Moment Light streaming through the lace curtains pointed up the clean shobbiness o' the worn carpet where so many other couples had stood like these two. Janet turned her head slightly, saw Joel standing straight and solemn by her side and thought: This is my background; Joel doesn't belong here. I was brought up in a home like This and I expected to end my life in just such a home. But this is not for Joel. Oh, make me a good wife, the right wife for him! And she hardly heard the minister's words . . . THE DAY THAT I FORGET BY MARIE BLIZARD Begins Friday, Jan. 22 in Globe-Gazette AMES. (7P)—Failure to connect with a field basket in the first 19 minutes cost Iowa State college a Big Six basketball game here Wednesday night as Missouri defeated the Cyclones 31 to 28. Trailing 17 to 6 at the end of the half, Iowa State picked up when play was resumed and threatened in the closing minutes. Jack Flemming, Cycione forward, took individual scoring honors with 15 points. Creighton Soph Goes on Spree as Jays Win Pennsylvania, Iowa, Illinois. Indiana, Wisconsin, North Dakota, Oklahoma and New York, with winners of those meets competing in the national event. The rest of the 32 team bracket will be teams selected on their records. The defending champion is De La Salle high of Chicago, three- time winner. OMAHA, Nebr., (/P)—I Shaw, Creighton sophomore Clinton Grads Seek Eby for Iowa U Job CLINTON, (/P)—Urging separation of the directorship of athletics and the head football coaching position and advocating selection of an Iowa alumnus for the former post, the Iowa alumni club of Clinton Thursday was on record as endorsing Moray Eby. present Coe college sports chief, for director of athletics at Ihe State. University of Iowa. Copies of the formal resolution, unanimously adopted last .night ; c j- j and prepared by a committee ap- Derailment at Iowa Falls Delays Train Service Few Hours Derailment of one car of a southbound freight in the Iowa Falls yards delayed service a few hours on the Rock Island Thursday morning but the track was soon cleared and regular schedules resumed. The northbound early train through Mason City went through at 9:50 a. m. Damage from the derailment was not great. Hoff Funeral Held. DECORAH — Funeral services were held for Ole Hoff, 74, farmer of Highland township, who died at his home near the state line following a short illness from pneumonia. The services were held in the Highland Lutheran church, with the Rev. T. O. Tolo officiating. Lukas was born on a train, just outside Budapest, and was educated at the leading colleges of Hungary, where he directed student dramatics. He studied at the Actors' academy in his native city and made for- pointed by President W. E. Purcell, will be mailed to President Gilmore of the university and to members of the faculty board in control of athletics. ward, scored 23 points as the Blue- jays defeated Grinnell college in a Missouri Valley conference basketball game Wednesday night, 51 ^ ~ ^ " Shaw's record, which included Vinpc tn eight field baskets in nine at- V llle5 LU tempts during the first half, placed i £ D Mi. M ,-f.J-. him eight points ahead of Chuck lor * W iNfc; L IVldlCIl Orebough of Drake in the loop | CHICAGO, (ff)— Ellsworth scoring race. Creighton led the Pioneers 24 to 9 at the half. Y Basketball BOYS' MEMBERSHIP LEAGUE DIVISION A I w. Northsiders & \ Alley Hafs . 4 ' l',ou;h Kldcrs :'. j Trojnns 1 I Roosfvfll Cub5 1 F.asf -Side Presbyterian 1 DIVISION* B GRADE SCHOOL W. Brownies . ........ 1 Lincoln Zephvrs ." Roosevelt Mohawks ...... 1 Flyine Bob C»(K . . . II HIGH SCHOOL W. Lions 1 Comets , -,, ~ Birds .1 l!oh Cats - '- Suishn-s Pet. 1.001) .800 Pet. 1.01)0 .BOO Pel. i .SOU j .noil ..'mi Vines, pronounced by his physician, sufficiently rested to resume his professional tennis tour with Fred Perry of England, said he would take a plane to Pittsburgh, where he will meet the British star Friday night. Vines has been in St Luke's hospital with a mild attack of —.- fluenza since Sunday, when he lost a third straight match to Perry. Elected to Church Council. MANLY—The annual business meeting of the Manly English Lutheran church was held in the church. The following were elected to the church council: Emil Ra- chut, Charles Ciner, Alvin Kober- nulz, Irving Meyers. Harm Oltman resigned and Alvin Kobernutz was elected in his place. Other members were re-elected. SHOWING THIS WEEK CECIL—"Three Smart Girls" through Thursday. "Hideway Girl" Friday. "Garden of Allah" starts Saturday. PALACE— "Smartest Girl in Town" and "Under Your Spell" throush Thursday. "Hideway Girl" Friday. "You Can't Get Away With it" and "The Gay Desperado" starts Saturday. STATE—"Racing: Blood" arid "Secret Agent" through Thursday. "Don't Turn 'Em Loose" and "Secret Patrol" throug-h Saturday. STRAND—"Star for a Niffht" and "I'd Give My Life" through Thursday. "Alibi Ike" through Saturday. Last Times Tonite! "THE SMARTEST GIRL IN TOWN" —2 Ace Features— 'UNDER YOUR SPELL" his stage debut at the Comedy theater there in the title role of Molnar's "Liliom." In Berlin as the guest artist of' Max Keinhardt, Lukas was engaged to play Samson in Ufa's silent. OLD TIME DANCE 2-Bands-2 Friday Jan. ]5 Kelly's Harp Orchestra and Art's Nifrhthawks Re?. Price 26c and 40c MODERN DANCES AL MENKE SATURDAY Special Couples Only Dance Tues., Jan. 26 Tables for All KELLY BEST CHICAGO, (/P)—Steve Toth; Northwestern fullback, said on his return from the west coast that Big Ten football players who tnok part in the East-West game at San Francisco agreed that Larry Kelley, Yale's loquacious end, was the best offensive flanker they had seen all season. COMING TO THE COLISEUM BALLROOM OELWEIN, IOWA KAY KYSERsiSr Dance Orchestra Tuesday, January 19 ADVANCE SALE TICKETS—$1.00 Federal and State Tax included. Mail all Orders to the Coliseum, Oelwein—Inclose self addressed, stamped envelope and P. 0. Money Order. STARTS SATURDAY HOOVER HIMSELF m ACTION I sensational 'Inside" Scoop in Screen History! Double \ "i y Program Action! Romance! Below the Rio Grande "Th; Gay Desperado'' COMING SOON ALL jy NATURAL COLOR "CAPTAIN CALAMITY" KARLOFF—"THE MAN WHO LIVED AGAIN." Home of Mirrophonic Sound ENDS THURS. DEANNA DURBIN in '3 SMART GIRLS 5 Starts Sat. Photographed in beautiful Technicolor THE SWEEP OF THE | DESERT! Undying I love thit jthrillsl .Cs RAP1UROUS RQMANC I i _ ' DIETRICH ^'BOYEB GARDEN OF All AH BASIL RATHBONE TILLY LOSCH —Plus— MICKEY MOUSE k in "MICKEY'S CIRCUS" COMING SOON "CHARGE OF THE LIGHT BRIGADE" •THE PLAINSMAN" "ROMEO AND JULIET" HELP 15 MILES OF KIDNEY TUBES To Fluih out Acid* *nd Otlur POUODOU* Wut« Doctor! tty your kidnty« contain 15 Milw of tiny tubel or filter* which help to purify tbt blood and keep you healthy. >Jon people pui •bout 3 pints » day or about 3 poundi of, waits. Frequent or icanty paiiacu with imwiinf ana burnlac ihowB ther* may b« •omfthiac wrong with your kidneyi or bladder. An ««a of acida or poisons in your blood, when due to functional £dney diaorden, may M the Defi&ninc of nagginc backache, rheumatic pair.!, lumbaeo, leg paint, ]o«s of pep and •nergy, getting up nighta, swelling, pumneas under the eyes, headaches and dizziness. Don't wait! Ask your druzgiit for Doan'n Pillj, uned juccewfully by millions for over 40 yean. Th«y c've happy relief and will help thn 13 Miiea of kidney tubas Huih out poisonout w»at« from your blood. Gat DOU'B Pillj. Largest Pioneer List Bids for Track Posts GRINNELL, (/P) — Thirty-five men. the largest track group ever to report at Grinnell college, are working out daily under the direction of Coach G. Lester Duke. Most of the material is inexperienced, with only five lettermen available for the indoor - season. Veterans are Capt. Roger Nelson, Missouri Valley Dole vault champion; Don Arnold, middle distance runner; Preston Evans, miler; Arnold Hagan, quarter-miler, and Lynn Schlotterbeck, quarter-miler. NEW LICENSES The new license year for all hunting, fishing and trapping licenses starts on April 1. All licenses expire on March 31, 1937. New license forms will be furnished to all county recorders and others selling, licenses sometime in March, the conservation commission ha5 announced. Starting Friday SMASH HITS Ends "Secret Agent" Thurs. « Rac : ng Blood » an( 3 ''Adventures of Frank Merriwell" \ STOP THE MARCH if CRIME! Slop the vut irmy '•'*•/ »f inciiHs crlminris SWMpfaf tlK CMHtlT TTURN V LOOSE LEWIS STONE JIMMY GLEASON BRUCE CABOT LOUISE LATIMER A He'll Get His Man —Dead or Alive! Charles STARRETT in Peter B. Kyne's "Secret Patrol" With a Cast of Favorites FRIDAY NIGHT— $PLAY SCREENO$$ It's Fun!' Its Thrilling! It's Profitable! ALL MASON CITY KNOWS THAT Every Friday Is the Day It's a Gala Event and No One Can Afford to Miss This Swell Program at the New Cecil or Palace ATTEND THE MATINEE TO AVOID THE EVENING RUSH! A musical matrimony mixup—with that funny-faced cut-up of "Bij,- Broadcast of 1937" and "College Holiday." MARTHA RAYE in Hideaway ^% • V^ Bll i/Li- with Sliirlcy Ross, Robert Cummincs, Monroe Owsley Four Big Units Fun and Thrill Show FRL, SAT. Kiddies Big Surprise Gift Matinee Sat. He's Dizzy! He's Daffy! JOE E. BROWN in "ALIBI IKE" ENDS TONITE "STAR FOR A NIGHT" "I'D GIVE MY LIFE" HOPALONG HITS THE TRAIL " Trail Duct" WM. BOYD G Wynne Shipman "Ace Drunwnond" And News Events

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