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10 Joly 29, IMS aC«ion Ct«y GI«b«-G»ie(tt, Ma»«n City. la. MOVIE REVIEWS By CARL WRIGHT Jeanette McDonald and Jose Jturbi combine their talents in a technicolor surprise hit, "The Daring Daughters," which opened at the Cecil theater Sunday, offering mirth and music in plush settings. Jane Powell, as the oldest of the 3 daughters, adds much'' to the picture, and the 3 girls have Edward Arnold in complicated problems most of the time. The story is on the up-beat, with plenty of music to help it along, characteristic of the lilt of one of it's feature songs, "The Dickey Bird Song." "Three Daring Daughters" has aeautiful settings, glamorous gowns and good music. It's in the popular mood, with a cast of popular stars, and its a good evening's entertainment. * * * "The Adventures of Robin Hood'* Is one of the most famous stories handed down through the centuries. An elaborate production of the legend is showing currently in technicolor at the Palace theater. Errol Flynn and Olivia deHavilland are the stars. The story is filled with breath-taking adventure in this era of the joust, the lance, sword and the bdw and arrow. * * * \ Joan McCracken, Broadway's dancing sensation, all but steals the show when she appears in a featured role in "Good News," the technicolor hit, with June Allyson THEATERS AT A GLANCE CECIL—"Three Daring Daujhteri" n»w showing. A.LACE—"The Adventure! of Robin Head" new (hewing. STRAND—"Good Newt" and "ArkanMi Swlnf" now showing. STATE—"The Wistful Widow of WafOn Gap" *nd "Spollen of the North" now (hewing. r'Dear Ruth" and "The Ferll* of Pauline" open Tuesday. LAKE—"T-Men" and "Fabulous Joe" close Monday. "The Big Ciock" opens Tuesday. and Peter Lawford, showing currently at the Strand theater. Miss McCracken won recognition for her dancing in "Oklahoma." In "Good News" she sings "Pass That Peace Pipe." * * * "Dear Ruth," from the play that kept Broadway audiences laughing for 2i years,-will open at the State theater Tuesday, with William Holden and Joan Caulfield co T starred. Also in the cast are Billy De Wolfe, Eward Arnold, Mona Freeman, Mary Philips and Virginia Welles. The co-hit offers Betty Hutton and John Lund In "The Perils of Pauline," an account of the early days of film making. * * * A fabulous publishing empire furnishes the background for Paramount's suspense film, 'The Big Clock," opening at the Lake theater Tuesday, with Charles Laughton and Ray Milland costarred. Milliand plays the editor "crimeways" magazine. He is just one of the many editors dominated by the ruthless, sadistic Earl Jajnoth, played by Laughton. Most Favorites Advance in City Golf Tourney Clear Lake's Greatest Entertainment TUES., WED. and THURS. End Mon. T-MEN FABULOUS JOE / Dud Decker in Double Skeet Shoot Victory D. A. 'Dud' Decker of Mason City copped both the 20 gauge championship and the all-bore championship events in the North Iowa skeet shoot held Sunday at the Mohawk gun club. Decker tied for high in both but each time won the shoot off. In the 20 gauge he and Jack FOR TEH TERRIFYING SECONDS ...off fim« stood ttiUI Paramount presents THf CKIHie OF YOUR lift-! ROT MIUAND ; THE BIG CLOCK -MAUREEN O'SUttlVAN RITA JOHNSON -IHRRUS IRUGHTDN GEQKCC-M4CREADY Tht story of Ihi strongest ...most javago manhunt in Klttoryt add» at •" COLO&CAKTOOH Borrah Minrvitch and Xetrs Matinee Wednesday at 2 P. M. Cleveland of Des Moines each hit 46 of 50 targets and were forced into 4 extra 25 target shoots. They had tie scores of 22, 25 and 24 in the first 3 overtimes and then Decker hit 25 in the last while Cleveland got 23. Decker and Roy Edgar of Davenport each poked 96 "of 100 targets in the all-bore but Decker got 25 in a row to win the shoot off. C. T. Pringle of Des Moines won the all-bore class A championship; W. H. Johnson of Mason City the class B and Roy Kennelley of Des Moines, class C. Mrs. D. A. Decker led the women's division. The scores: 20 GAUGE (30 Targets) I>. A. Decker, Mason City 48 Jack Cleveland, Des Moines 41! Emerson Decker, Mason City 48 Mrs. D. A. Decker, Mason City 42 Paul Chandler, Des Moines 42 Bob Newton, Des Moines 42 Jay Decker, Mason City 41 Roy Edgar, Davenport .... Frank Dawson, Clear Lake W. H. Johnson, Mason City John Barllett, Mason City C. T. Pringle, DCS Moines . Roy KeuneUey, DCS Moines Clouse Out; Humphrey in Pair of Wins BY RICK MEREDITH Sports Writer Lyle Humphrey defending city golf champion, his first 2 tests in opening match play at the Country club Sunday. Humphrey took out Willis Patton 4-3 in the morning 18 and rapped Tom Waggoner 5-4 in the 2nd round. It was Patton who gave the 6-time titlist his toughest go in the 1947 field, in a 2-1 match. Several mild surprises marked the opening skirmishes, Ed Clouse, given title consideration, fell in the 2nd round to Bob Goeders 2-1. Clouse was 3 up at the turn. John Pritchard took a pair of matches from opponents who had made better qualifying scores. He edged Volney Hansen, a veteran front runner, 1 up and shaded Ed Melton 2-1. until the deciding J8th where both took scores not fit for print. All 3rd round championship matches and the 2nd round of all other flights must be completed by Wednesday night. The scores: PICKUP 6PT N. Iowa Baseball CZnlf 6 Baseball Players . 7, . Killed in Collision; by HO// 2 Others Critical Ames, (/P) — Jack Kail, Des st p au!> Minn., (U.R)—A 6th vic- Moines, Monday held the Iowa ti of a fi am jng bus-truck col- Masters golf title. -----The Des Moines professional i lision near here died Monday of ROCKWELL WINS 10-8 IN 10 INNING GAME Rockwell—The Rockwell town baseball team won its 8th victory of the season here Sunday afternoon by defeating Cedar Falls 10-8 in a 10-inning contest. Jack Fitzgerald cracked a 2 run homer in the 10th for the victory. Clark and Peterson pitched for the Rockwell club and gave up onJy 8 hits. * JOICE TRIUMPHS 11-0 OVER HANLONTOWN Hanlontown Joice defeated injuries received when the ve- shot a 27 hole total of 107 to win hides crashed and exploded Sat- his 2nd Masters title Sunday. urday Ram, which prevented play dur- He ' was Stephen Lazar, Oli- ing most of the morning, forced phjmt, Pa., a member of the Du- tournament officials to cut the luth Minn., Northern league base- j. * jfU.-.—.» O/? <-,-* 0*7 Virtl*>r» I . _ _ * * Bernard J. Gerl, 22, Joliet, 111., both at Ancker hospital. Meanwhile the Dukes began rebuilding the baseball team which was decimated by the collision. Frank H. Wade, Sr., president of the team, said he had received offers of aid from the 7 other teams in the Northern league and from the St. Louis Cardinals, who have an interest in the Dukes. tournament from of play. 36 to 27 holes ball team. Condition of 2 other players rein 2nd place was another Des ma i ne£ i critical while 8 of the in- Moines pro, Joe Brown, who iin- j urec i showed improvement, hos- i—i-,-,j...:.iv»'iAO !*.._ ., * i __-.i pital attendants said. 40 8!) 38 S8 38 S(l Kalph Kelso, Mason City ............ 3 31 8B Dcwey Smith, Mason City ALL BOKK (100 Targets) D. A. Decker ... Roy Edgar !>(> C. T. Pringle ».> Jay Decker !)."> Jack Cleveland U4 Paul Chandler JW' END MON. — "Wistful Widow of Wagon Gap" and "Spoils of the North" STARTS f m ± Jf g 1L- y «J STARTS TUESDAY NT« • «_• 1 •! TUESDAY' 2 OUTSTANDING ATTRACTIONS IN ONE BIG ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAM PSfOLB IV. H. Johnson L. E. Farreli, Des Moinej ............ Krt .Mrs. D. A. Decker ................... 8I> Bob Newton ........................ "H Emerson Decker ..................... "(1 Hoy Kennelley ...................... Tli Stan King, Ames .................... ~(i Frank Dnwson . . ................... 75 Milt Phillips, Clear Lake ............ "33 Dewey Smith ........ ............... 72 M. L. Wolter, Mason City ............ G!> Dorothy Decker, Mason City ........ 63 Girl Scouts Elect Swea City—The newly organized Girl Scout troop has elected officers as follows: Chairman, Marlys Johnson; secretary, Janice Haglund, and treasurer, Darlene Rolette. NOW! ENDS TUES. IRROl v//> I ffood FLYNN OLIVIA cieHnVILLANE ?BAS1L.RA1HBOHE-CIAUDE RAINS Plus - Musical and Cartoon THANKS! TO ALL OF YOU f'. For The Wonderful Patronage Because your fine accept-once of our new cafe has exceeded our greatest expectation —you have caught us short—We know the service has not been the best and the food has not attained the quality of our ultimate goal. AND WE'RE SORRY! However, in the very near future, more new equipment and increased personnel will permit us to bring our service and the quality of the food to the desired level, for we are determined not to be outdone. AND ONE MORE APOLOGY! OUR SMORGASBORD Our Smorgasbord scheduled for Monday will necessarily be postponed until next Monday, August 2, _ NOW — A MERRY MUSICAL THAT'S SO DELIGHTFULLY DIFFERENT 4 TANTALIZING TUN'ES MASON CITY THURS., AUG. FAIRGROUNDS AGAIN WE THANK YOU "Pearl and Vin" , Witke's Cafe Overlooking Beautiful Clear Lake pjULEy ** BROS * S-RING RAILROAD PERFORMANCES 3 and 8 P. M. * POPULAR PRICES * Humphrey vs. Fallows Humphrey's next dual will be with Col. Ron Fallows, a former champ here on furlough. Fallows stopped Ed Nixon 4-2 and John CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT FIRST ROUND Lyle Humphrey def. Willis Patton 4-3. Tom Waggoner M. George Marty 4-,. Kon Fallows clef. Ed Nixon 4-2. John Wain def. Scott Sberrets I up. Don Bracken def. Rusty Osmundson 3-,. Jim Knifft def. Jerry Alderman 4-H. John Trllchard def. Volney Hansen 1 up. Ed Melton def. DelUy Llchty S-J. Ed Clouse def. T/S E t. Howard Lake B-4. Bob Goeders def. Bob Harrer 3-2. Mnrv Wolter def. Boh Plopper 2-1. Lloyd Peck def. Lt. L. C. Early 3-x. Jlerry Ilarrer def. Ned Brandt 4-3. Gene I.udwle def. Walt Eau Claire 7-5. Jack Edwards def. Jack Whipple 3-2. Mickey Cross def. C. R. Croy 1 up. SECOND ROUND Humphrey def. WaRgoncr B-l. Fallows def. Bain 3-2. Bracken def. Krafft 5-4. Pritchard def. Melton 2-1. Gociiers def. Clouse 2-1. Wolter def. Peck 2-1. J. Harrer def. Ludwig '*-!. Cross def. Edwards 2 up. CHAMPIONSHIP CONSOLATION FIRST ROUND Patton def. Marty fi-5. Shcrrels def. Nixon. Osmundson def. Alderman. Hantien def. Llchty. Lake def. B. Ilarrer 5-4. Brandt def. Eau Claire 2-1. FIRST FLIGHT FIRST ROUND Chuck Shaffer def. Frank Waller by forfeit. Dane Nielsen def. Gale Lane 6-3. Bud Dunn def. Dr. R. H. Hlcklnger by forfeit. Dr. II. D. Fallows def. Bill Sellz G-S. Jerry Coylc def. Fenton Fockler 1 up. Don Harrer del. Cl>an Welch 0-4. Bob Ellis def. Ernie Engler by forfeit. Ralph Wlneman del. Bill 1'ounj 1 up in 20 holes. SECOND ROUND Nielsen def. Shaffer 1 up. SECOND FLIGHT FIRST ROUND Dr. C. L. Mcnde del. Ralph Lord 5-4. Jnhn West det. Doug Sherwln 1 up. George H«rrer def. Dan Buahgens 1 up. Gene Payne def. C. Lunflberg 4-3. Bob Strand def. R. Peterson 3-2. Eddie Jones def. Jack Rees 2-1. Dr. R. A. Grlswold def. Hank Klslia by forfeit. Dr. II. R. Morgan def. Bob Wass 5-4. THIRD FLIGHT FIRST ROUND Ed Sipple def. Russ Thompson by forfeit. Bill Middy def. L. B. Williams by forfeit. Ken Kew def. 1,. A. Loterbour, 7-0. Glen Morrison def. Harry Walter 1 up. K. F. McKenny def. Earl Sheka 5-1. Bud Berber def. Rod Urdahl 3-2. Jim VanHeel def. Uud Sutcr 1 up. Dick Jones dcf. Ray Sward 3-2. SECOND ROUND Sipple dcf. Haddy 2-1. Kcw dcf. Morrison. McKenny def. Berber G-5. FOURTH FLIGHT FIRST ROUND Cy Fort def. Chuck Brown 3-2. | Bob Fisher def. D. K. Barretl 1 up in 19 > bales. J. H. MacDonald def. Payne Craig 2-U Alonzo Moc def. Gordon Dunbar tJ-5. Tuny Knmiiiskl def. Dick llujhes I up in 20 holes. Russ Nelson def. Elvln Johnson 1 up in 111 holes. Marshall Krwin dcf. Gordon O'Connor fi-S. Norman Barsncsx dcf. R. J. Edwards 1 up. SECOND ROUND Fort def. Fisher 3 up. Moc def. MacDonald 2-1. Kaminskl dcf. Nelson 3 up. FIFTH FLIGHT FIRST ROUND K. W. Larson dcf. Stan Hanson G-fi. Cal Goeders dcf. Jerry Poland 5-4. Keith DeLacy def. Gordon Bliliet 4-3. George Hcnely def. Harold Johnson 1 up. Glen Doty dcf. Herman Dlrksen I up. Leo I.awton def. William Craig 2 up. John Prllchard, Sr., dcf. C. J. McMonajrle 1 up. Bob Servison def. Tom Buechle 1 up In ID holes. SECOND ROUND Larson def. Goedcrj fi-5. SIXTH FLIGHT FIRST ROUND Keith Stone def. \V. Sweet by forfeit. L. V. Frunke def. Bob Klslla. 0-8. E. II. Martin advanced en bye. Stan Torgerson def. Ted Galbreath 3-1. M. C. Miles def. tyle Sloan 7-8. Bob Smallrfdee advanced on bye. Lloyd Loers advanced on hye. D. E. Deviney def. Sgt. Vincent Sullivan C-l. Bain by 3-2. A pair of strong contenders, Don Brancken, a prewar titlist, and Jerry Harrer, 1947 runnerup, came through as expected. Bracken advanced by Rusty Osmundson and Jim Krafft while Harrer bested New Brandt and Gene Ludwig. Mickey Cross and Maw Wolter complete the quarterfinal list. Cross hnd an uphill battle to beat C. R. Croy 1 up in his opener. Wolter had identical scores of 2-1 over Bob Ploppcr and Lloyd Peck. . Sinks 40 Foot Putt In a 2nd flight match, John West uncorked a 40 foot putt on no. 9 to clinch a 1 up victory over Doug Sherwin. . . they played the outside 9 last ... a foursome of John Pritchard, sr., of Britt, C. J. McMonagle. Bob Servison and Tom Buechle in the 6th flight cam,e in with identical 18 hole scores. . . Don Bushgens slapped an eagle on the 335-yard par 4 no. 11 but lost a first round match in the 2nd flight to George Harrer 1 up. . . the golfing Harrers batted .667 for the day, Jerry leading the way with 2 wins in the top flight, Papa George and Don each got one win while Bob lost his first championship test and was defeated in the consolation bracket. In a sportsmen's special, Jim VanHccI, Globe-Gazette sports editor, eased by Bud Suter, KGLO sports chief, 1 up in the 3rd flight The press was never ahead until the 12th. Then the lend see-sawed Hanlontown 11-0 here Sunday ii a Border league baseball game. Jim Tweed hurled the shutout for the winners and allowed only 4 hits. Millard, Hanlontown pitcher, was reached for 14 safe blows. * LELAND TAKES TWIN BILL FROM NORTHWOOD Leland — The Leland baseball team swept a twin bill from Northwood here Sunday in Border loop play. Leland won the first game 3-2 and captured the 2nd contest 7-4. The losers xvere limited to just 4 hits in each game. Leland now has an 8-3 mark in league play. ished with 108. ^^ Close behind was Jack Dona- I *"The"2~stiii critical were Donald hue of Sioux City who carried off Qilmore Columbus, Ohio, and the top amateur trophy with 109. Pat Willcox, another Des Moines ! professional, who shot a one under par 70 on the first 18 to tie with Hall lor the lead at that point, lost control for 2 holes Sunday. Willcox had a 7 on the par 4 6th, and a bogey 6 on the par 5 7th. He finished with 110 to tie] with Sarg Fontanini, Des Moines amateur, for 4th place. Five men tied for 6th place at 112. They were Chick Adams, Sioux City; Claire Grant, Des Moines; Max Hall, Des Moines; Merle Stimson, Waterloo, and Walt Duda, Spencer. Rheumatic Pain Kor quick, delightfully comfortlof help for acht» and pain* of Rheumatism, Arthritl* N«urltla, Lumbago, Sciatic*, or Neuralgia try Remind. A pltuant taiteleM medicine that worki through tho blood. Flrtt dose usually atarta alleviating pain «o you can work, enjoy life and ileep more comfortably. Oet Remind at druggist today. 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