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Yankees Buy Jackie Jensen From Oakland camninn cnampionship team for lQ«5n the"? c -f° f £ e b "Stest° stars £ day. ° C ° ast lea * ue Thurs- no Stengel announced the purchase of Jackie CaH S fo n rn° Ut / ie !^ r who is a *°S£ •<B lfv» £ fo ° tba11 star, and Alfred Billy Martin, an infielder. ^ e . e bou « ht from the r- clubt which ^lengel man- last year. Money Purchase No price was divulged, but it's rumored the Yankees shelled out j ne >ghborhood of $100000 and 5 players for the 2 athletes, who were widely sought after by major league clubs. . " Y °u never sit tight," Casey told newsmen in the Yankees' final news conference of the season Wednesday. "You can't afford to stand pat in this league. We're going to try to strengthen our pitching staff, although it looked pretty good in the last week. Sure, we could use a couple of pitchers. "I'd like to improve my outfield a little, too. We're willing to listen to anybody who has something reasonable to offer." Jensen, 22, is the former football star at the University of California. He is a bonus player. Owner C. L. "Brick" Laws, .in beating 14 big league clubs to his services, lured him at the close of the college baseball season last spring with a bonus of $40,000 plus a 3- year contract at $15,000 per. Great Outfield Prospect "My scouts tell me that Jensen Is the greatest outfield prospect in the minor leagues," said Casey. "He Is fast, has tremendous power, and owns the strongest arm in baseball since Bob Meusel." In 125 games with the Oaks, Jensen batted .261 this season. Included in his 122 hits were 21 doubles, 7 triples and 9 homeruns. He drove in 78 runs. Jensen is engaged to wed Zoe Ann Olsen, national diving champion. Stengel said 8 clubs had been after Martin, a 2nd baseman who also can play short or 3rd. Martin, 21, hit .284 this year— including 29 doubles, 3 triples and 13 homers. He drove in 91 runs. Bowling INDUSTRIAL BOWLING STANDINGS 1 W. L. Pet. Jack Sprat Food* 14 4 .778 Quality Fruit It 4 .178 Northern Life Inmrance ..14 4 .778 V. F. W. 18 5 .7*3 Bet«y Rosi Bakinr J.2 f> .067 Montroraery Ward J« c ,n«7 National Guard 12 6 .667 Kay Seney-Jewelry u 7 .611 D« Wilde Ant* 11 7 .fill M. C. Brick & Tile 10 8 .555 M. C. Appliance . 9 9 .500 Milwaukee Kailroad .« 8 9 .500 Legionnaire Club 8 IB .445 13 .333 13 "i78 IS .278 IS .27H Steri Beer f) Swift to Co. « Jefferson Transportation .. f, Borden Co 5 North Western Kailroad ... 6 _.. K. «f C S 15 .163 Electrical Workers 1 17 .055 INDUSTKIAL BOWLING SCORES Won 1st 2nd 3rd H.C. Tot. M. C. Appl. ... 1 783 748 736 433 3688 Brick A Tile . 3 766 77S 755 408 2104 J. Bell 398; M. Williams 498. Borden Co. .. 0 655 573 604 278 3101 Lerion dab . 3 651 758 703 444 2556 D. Habbard 198, 477. N. W. K. K. ..0 65» 686 575 327 8147 De Wilde Auto 3 698 767 805 831 8591 A. White 190; F. Mlchalek 500. Natl. Guard . 1 686 759 705 436 26fifi Northern Life. 3 S13 800 710 360 3712 R. Abbott 815, 525. Swift Si Co.... 1 705 751 700 450 2BOfi Quality Fr. ... Z 827 786 S59 30<J £778 Smith 211, 571. Jack Sprat 2 743 840 790 240 2613 759 7S8 744 315 25S6 K. of C 1 Millhlser 311, 519. Stori Beer ... 0 643 766 721 360 2490 V. F. W 3 741 771 753 420 3685 D. Schnarr 209, 535. Bay Stney 1 801 829 779 285 2094 Milwaukee ... Z 834 722 765 387 2698 Fred Lonn 200; DeSomery 517. Betsy Rou Br. 3 793 658 909 189 2519 I. B. Electrical Workers—Forfeit Faktor 344, 647. Jefferson Tran. 1 862 727 700 414 2703 Mont.-Ward ..2 722 76« 745 423 2656 D. Follraulh 197, 535. Tulane Burns; Leahy Didn't Direct Irish When They Ran Up 59-6 Score in '47 Tilt Strange Offenses to Be Matched at Ames on Saturday Kansas City, (IP) —If you want to see a couple of strange football offenses operating against each other, go to Ames Saturday. Iowa State will pit its TV formation against a Kansas State offense that operates most of the T plays from a single wing. The Iowa State Cyclones used their fancy offensive successfully in tieing Illinois 20-20 and beating Kansas and Colorado of the Big Seven conference. Coach Abe Stuber says his formation is nothing more than a modified short punt. The Cyclones lineup in the standard T. The left halfback shifts 5 yards directly, behind center and the right halfback moves to a spot about one yard behind right tackle. The quarterback and fullback are stationed on either side of the left half and face each other. Kansas State, which has beaten Colorado and lost to Nebraska in the Big Seven, is enjoying its best season in many years. Coach Ralph Graham's Wildcats strike sharply to either side with Quarterback Jon O'Connor pitching out to Halfbacks Elmer Creviston and Hiram Faubion and Fullback Jerry Hackney hitting between the tackles. LEGION TO TAKE GRID SQUAD TO OREGON GAME Decorah — The Decorah high school varsity football squad will see the Iowa-Oregon football game at Iowa City October 29. The trip is being sponsored by Bernatz- Symonds post of the American Legion. HWer& 0oes FALSTAFT pleases so many people /fe A?OU/ • *• AMERICA'S LARGEST SELLING POPULAR-PRICED BEER PREMIUM QUALITY BEER Ol**f, FALSTAFF UEWNO COKF* ST. LOUIS • OMAHA • NEW.OJOCANS M r" K I I I- |X| I fc- • ^ . FEDERAL CLOTHES REMOVAL SALE rices Mean Bargains ALL WOOL SUITS, TOPCOATS RE-PRICED _ FOR FAST SELLING _ $49.50 and $55.00 SUITS 31.85- $ 44.85 All Wool Fabrics in Hard Finish Materials That Hold the Press and Wear. Regulars, Shorts, Longs. Single and Double Breasted Styles. Royal Park Tailored — FIT and 3A SATISFACTION GUARANTEED $ HEADLINE BARGAINS Men's All Wool SUITS $24.85 All Wool Tweed TOPCOATS $14.85 SAVE AS MUCH AS VOU PAT All WOOL TOPCOATS Fine Coverts Cravinetted Gabardines NEW FALL STYLES Fur Feir $£ HATS 4 m*lt I • __ J ^B 90 Silk Lined Woo! Fleece OVERCOATS $24.85 «OM€ OP GOOD CLOTHE? 115 SO. FEDERAL AVE |. G1NDUER.. PROP. I. GINDLER, OWNER By PRESTON McGRAVV New Orleans, (U,R)—Coach Henry Frnka of Tulane university declined Thursday to speculate on whether Coach Frank Leahy of Notre Dame will consider the Notre Dame-Tulane football game Saturday worth his personal direction. The last time Tulane and Notre Dame played, in 1947, Leahy didn't bother to see the game. The story that Frnka and his team got was that Leahy thought it would be a good Saturday to scout Southern California. Tulane's Worst Beating In a practical sense, Leahy may have been right. Edward "Moose" Krause, then Leahy's line coach, directed a 59-6 Notre Dame victory over Tulane. It was the worst heating Tulane had taken since it started playing football in 1893. Whatever Leahy's purpose, his absence at that game in 1947 cut Frnka to the soul. When the shock of defeat wore off, it began to burn Tulane's football squad. Fourteen of the men who played Notre Dame in 1947 will go back Saturday. If anything, the snub probably has burned deeper in them, and players who didn't go to South Bend, Ind., in 1947 have been told about it time and again. Frnka flatly refuses to discuss the subject for publication. He was asked Thursday whether he expected to see Leahy at the game Saturday. "I don't know," he said in a tone that meant he didn't want to discuss it further. Stays With Team Frnka is most meticulous himself about observing the niceties of football etiquette. No matter how in- signif i c a n t a football team he is playing, Frnka is always Movte on the sidelines. Last week, for instance, T u lane played Southe astern Louisiana college. Southeast- FRNKA ern \youldn't lave had a chance if Frnka's roung son had been directing the ame. A report got out that Frnka night take the afternoon off to cout Notre Dame. When Frnka heard the report, he blew up. His scrubs beat Southeastern 40 to 0 while Frnka sat m the 50 yard line through 2i lours of steady rain. LSU Excepted The score of the game in 1947 accentuated the slight. With one exception, he will not allow any opponent to be beaten unmerci- ully by his team. The exception s Louisiana State university, with vhich Tulane has had a no-holds- barred series for more than 40 ears. Frnka refused to say whether e would run up a score on Notre Dame, if he could. He said that question is rhetorical, since he doesn't believe he has a chance of beating Notre Dame. Charles' Manager Looking Ahead to Another Title Bout By CHARLES McMURTRY San Francisco, (/P)—How cocky can you get? Ezzard Charles defends his NBA heavyweight boxing championship against Pat Valentino, the San Francisco Samson, here Friday night. But his manager's eyes are set on more distant green (back) fields. Virtually ignoring Valentino—:he local Latin with the long locks Jake Mintz talked Thursday- of a title defense for Charles before yearend. And he didn't mean the 15-rounder which may pack 20,000 fans in San Francisco's Cow Palace. Sure, Ez is a 1-5 favorite. The odds even might lengthen a bit before the Cincinnati Negro climbs into the ring Friday night. Mintz said he has no specific challenger in mind. He seemed to consider the .Valentino fight already won. Then, perhaps thinking suddenly of some $50,000 worth of unsold tickets, he remarked that Pat has a chance. "Any challenger does," Jittery Jake generalized. "Any time a champion steps into the ring he's in danger." Mintz said Charles will give anyone a crack at his crown—if there's enough money in it. He hinted strongly at a December defense—but refused to go further. He said the champ's projected 15- bout exhibition series for the northwest and Rocky mountain areas had been cut to 3 appearances. The reason: There's more money in a good title fight. So Ez may be pretty busy defending—if he can keep the crown. He won it only last June from Jersey Joe Walcott. He defended it in August with a 7th round KO of Gus Lesnevich. By CARL WRIGHT Jeanette MacDonald, whose previous screen work has been confined to romantic singing roles, is given opportunity in the first dramatic role of her career in "The Sun Comes Up," which opens at the Palace theater Friday. It is a moving drama based on a novel by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, whose "The Yearling" pro- THEATERS AT T GL/McT ECIL — "Father Was a Fullback" now showlnr.. ALACE —"Pride of the Yankees" and "Brothers in the Saddle" clone Thursday. "Sun Games Up" and "Bif Fight" opens Friday. TRAND—"Hills of Home" and "Disaster" now showlnr,. T ATE—"Shut My Bi» Mouth" and "Check Your Guns" now showlnr,, AKE—"The Stratton Story" closes Thursday. "Lady in Ermine" and "Brothers In the Saddle" open Friday. RIVE-IN—"The Young in Heart" closes Thursday. "My Dear Secretary" opens Friday. 'idcd the screen with one of its inest films. Claude Jarman, Jr., and Lassie are also featured in the jicture. "Joe Palooka in the Big Fight" s the co-feature, with Joe Kirk- vood playing the role of Joe alooka, famous comic strip haracter, and Leon Errol featured as his manager. * -5f # Fred MacMurray is getting the aughs at the Cecil in "Father Was i Fullback," in which he plays the ole of a football coach with more han his share of troubles. He has team that never wins a game, d a family that knows it only oo well. Maureen O'Hara, Betty ,ynn, Natalie Wood and Rudy Vallec are also in the cast. * * *• Edmund Gwenn, winner of an Academy Award for his per- ormance in "Miracle on 34th NARROW ESCAPE Cleveland, (£>)—After the Cleveland Browns escaped from Baltimore with a last-quarter 28-20 All-America conference win over the Colts, Otto Graham, their T formation quarterback genius, relaxed by piloting the plane for an hour or so on the return trip The players began to grumble that one narrow escape was enough for one day until Graham explained he was a flyer during the war. Six of the probable starters on the University of Arizona foot ball team arc married. Street," has an outstanding role! n "Hills of Home," showing at .he Strand theater. Lassie is also featured in the picture. "Disaster," a story of steeplejacks, is co- 'ea lured. Richard Denning and Trudy Marshall are co-starred in '.his action drama. * # * Joe E. Brown is the star of 'Shut My Big Mouth," showing af ;he State theater. It's a story of a .gun-shy tenderfoot in the wild and woolly west. Also in the cast are Adele Mara, Victor Jory and Fritz Feld. Outdoor music and ide-splitting comedy make the :o-feature, "Check Your Guns," with Eddie Dean and Roscoe Ates. * * * Glamorous Betty Grable and dashing Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., are the stars of the song-and- dance-splashed "That Lady In Ermine," which opens at the'Lake theater Friday. It's about the gayest screen session you're likely to enjoy for a long time. "Brothers in the Saddle," with Tim Holt, is co-featured. * # *• "My Dear Secretary," with Laraine Day, Kirk Douglas, Keenan Wynn and Helen Walker, opens at the Drive-In theater Friday. It is a sophisticated comedy of a DANCE "WHOOPEE" JOHN at OASIS BALLROOM AUSTIN, MINN. OCT. 16 SUN. EVE. AK 'CLEARLAKE HURRY! ENDS THURS. THE STEWART AUYSOH STOOT FRIDAY - SATURDAY ,'*» WO LOOK 'In mwcohl do A,TECHNICOLOR , BETTY GRABU •" *-7t*t LADY Added "Brothers In the Saddle" Tim Holt -•> OOUtlAS ^ FAIRBANKS Jr at . ;. c i v«« ^ROMERO- PLUS — COLOR CARTOON Matinee Saturday at 2 P. M. budding author and his secretary troubles. Fight Results By The Associated Preii New York (St. Nicholai Arena)—Tony Pellone, 147, New York, outpointed Al "Bozo" Costantino, H51i, New York, 10. Spokane—Turkey Thompson, 20H, Lot Anrele.s, ntnpped Lee Q. Murray, £09, New 1'osk. <i. Ptioenlx, Ariz.—Nap Howard, 158. Lei Aineles, outpointed Pedr* Jimlntz, 158, San Francisco, 10. Illnifhamton, N. Y.— Johnny Swanson, 174, Buffalo, knocked out Jackie Lyani, 1ST',!;, Pittsburgh, 1. Wichita, Kani.—Pat McCmfferty, 118, Topeka, outpointed Jimmy Sheets, 185, Gary, Ind,, 10. DANCE Sat, Oct. 15 HAMPTON, IOWA I. O. O. F. HALL MUSIC BY MAPLE LEAF COWBOYS DANCE IN ROMANTIC ATMOSPHERE Df TH£ N W S WONDER SHOW PtACE FREE PARKING • FREE CHECKING FRIDAY, OCT. 14th RIDGE RIDERS (Western) SATURDAY, OCT. 15th HENRY CHARLES (Modern) SUNDAY, OCT. 16th STAN STANLEY IOWA'S WONDER SHOW PLACE URF (NO. SHORE • CLEAR LAKE. IA. H1USW HOME PLUS — "DISASTER" HAVE YOU SEEN OUR NEW GOLD ROOM! A delifhtfol place to enjoy a dinner with your family • REASONABLE PRICES OPEN EVERY EVENING Till 12 Midnight Except Sundays The Covered Wagon Riverside Barn 725 North Kentucky Mason City DANCE FRI. OCT. 14 Music by Earl Hunt and His Orchestra Broadcasting' Over KICM at 10:30 P. M. SAT. OCT. 1$ Music by Malek's Accordion Band Barn Available for Private Dances FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 1192-J DANCE AVALON BALLROOM Manly, Iowa Sat., Oct. 15 . Music By The Scandinavians Special Dance Tuesday, Oct. 18 Introducing- LEO and His PIONEERS For the First Time at the Avalon Ballroom. Mat. 30c 14c Eddie Dean in CHECK YOUR GUNS" BOX OFFICE OPENS 6:30 ENDS JANET GAYNOR — DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS in TONIGHT "THE YOUNG IN HEART" ON HIGHWAY 18 BETWEEN CLEAR LAKE AND MASON CITT ADULTS 60c — CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE RAIN Olt CLEAR — TWO SHOWS NIGHTLY — 7 AND 9 € E CIIIL - NOW Q4/ftv/% Gotta SwlhisOne!' * . \ Aft f. "DinT I .Mi WAPM I /M MEET THE ALL-AMERICAN FAMILY THAT'S WINNING ALL AMERICA'S HEART! FRIDAY AND SATURDAY The Big Parade ADDED FUN "SCRAPPILY MARRIED" — "INDIAN SERENADE" END THURS. — "PRIDE OF THE YANKEES" "BROTHERS IN THE SADDLE" HERE'S YOUR KIND OF MOVIE! STARTING FRIDAY The Orphan "Bciq... The Lovdq Jfeart-biotai Ladq...The Oochetttj tper. ..The Man Who Understood// PLUS — ACTION AND LAUGHS! JOE KIRKWOOD, JR. • LEON ERROL in "THE BIG FIGHT"

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