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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 1 1935 GAZETTE SPORTS CHARLES CITY IS WINNER FOR PAIR St. Louis Blues Fall Twice as Lions Win at Home, Hampton Diamond. CHARLES CITY, July 1.--The Charles City Lions took a pair of baseball games from the St Louis Blues Sunday, winning a 13 inning - battle here in the afternoon, 5 to 4, and earning a 7 to 5 decision under the Hampton lights at night. The afternoon game was a free- hitting affair, with excellent fielding cutting down the scoring. The Lions made 16 hits, while the Blues got 15. Charles City had 2 errors, the Blues 1. The game was won when Lefty Duncan singled. It was the third hit of the afternoon for each batter. The blows came after two were out in the thirteenth. The Lions batted Bowdry out of the box at Hampton in the night game, but were out-hit, 11 to 7. Lareon scattered the blows effectively. Larson and Finch were the night battery, while Ploog pitched the afternoon game for Charles City. Harrison and Charter were the ' Blues battery at Charles City, while Bowdry and Brisker were the night twirlers. The Texas Black Spiders and the Farmer's Union club from Des Moines will play a pair of games here on July 4. The Des Moines club is unbeaten in 10 starts. The morning game will be at 10 o'clock. DEFENDER PLAYS FOR THIRD ROUND (Continued From Sport Page) 1933, and also a previous titleholder, also was in the third round after a pair of victories. The lanky high school tutor beat Lyle Humphrey 4 and 3 in his opening match, and went on to decision Eddie Jones by 5 and 3. Jones had gone to second round on Neil Colby's default. Judy Tamasi, who went to the second round of the Mason City tournament, only to be knocked out by 3 and 2 at the hands of Harland Humphrey, was in the third round of the Legion meeting after beating Jack Edwards, Mason City high school varsity golfer. The second round match went 19 holes before Tamasi could gain the 1 up decision. Gene Longley beat Dr. J. L. Pauley in the second round, 3 and 2. Dr. Pauley had beaten E. H. Lutz, 1 up in 19 holes, while Longley had eli- -·minated R. M. Radcliffe, 4 and 3. Tamasi had defeated Julian Jones 6 and 4 to gam the second round, while Jack Edwards beat Bert Krall, 2 up. (Second NEW YORK--S AB II TO A foore U 4 0 3 0 KocntR ss 4 1 Bnrtcll si 1 Terrs' I* 4 Ott rf S Lclber cf 4 Tackson 3b 4 1 1 5 A. C'ello Jb 3 1 3 4 . mcuno c 3 0 3 0 Schu'er p 4 0 0 1 HAH, OF FAME. Mason City golfers beat Austin, Minn., in a tournament played at the Country club Sunday 23 to 7. The day's feature was the ace scored by C. J. "Chuck" Kaufman, who holed out his tee shot from No. 5. It was the first hole-in-one for more than a year at the local club. The distance is 120 yards. LEGION OPEN TOURNAMENT FLIGHT (Winner's name frfven first.) first Bound Upper Bttichet. Clayton FIttman-Harland Humphrey, 4 and 2. Bob Adams-Stanley HayneB, 6 and 5. Gene Longley-R. M. Radclilfe, 4 and 3. Dr. J, L. PauIey-E. H. Lutz, 1 up 19. Charles Gnnderson-C. H. Eslick, 4 and 2. Dr. C. L. Meafle-Dm Wells, 5 and 4. Jack Edwards-Bert Krai], 2 up. Judy TamasI-Jnlian Jones, G and 4. Lower Bracket* Jlelvln Decker-Jim Pauley, S and 4. Roy GItt-Don Phillips, 3 and 2. Pete Woodworth-F.. R. Fockler, 6 and 5. K. J. Edwards-Harris GHpIn, default. Charles Holtzlneer-Carl Patchen, 3 and 2. Ralph Anderberg-I,. A. Whipplc, 1 tip. Eddie Jones-Neil Colby, default. Volney Hansen-Lyle Humphrey, ·£ ftnfl 3. Second Round. Pi£tman.-Adams, 4 and 3- " . I*mglej--Ir. Pauley, 3 and 2. Tamasl-Ed wards, 1 up 19, HaJisen-Jones, 5 and 3. . CON'SOI-VnQN" First Round. Jones-KraU, 1 op. Paoley-Phtllips, default. Humphrey-Colby, no score posted, PRESIDENT'S FUGHT First Bound, Joe Foley-Vern Gashel, 3 and 2. Bob Strand-Charles Dlnsmore, 3 and 1» John, \Ywt-Russ Thompson, 3 and 2. Max Riley-WIUam Kern, 1 and 9. H. J. Ken-Louis Brown, no score posted. J. J. Blake-R. A. Graf, no score posted. V. R. Devincy-MIIton Decker, no score posted. Ted Galbreath-Bob I-anuhlin, 7 and 6. Second Round. Foley-Strand, 2 and 1. Rlley-AVest, 7 and 6. A'ea-Blake, 3 «p. YICE-PBESIDENT'S FLIGHT Flryt Round. John GHbertsnn-Tom Connor, 8 and ". Guy Morton-Paul Schraura, T and S. P. *B. Davidson-Max Amos, 6 and 4. Wiley Blshop-R. \V. Vaughn, 5 and 3* R. W. Jones-Keith Davis. 1 np. V. B. Loomer-GeorEC Mortimer, 3 and 2- SI Lonsley-Fay O'Jfdl, 6 and 5. Stan RIvedal-Elvin Johnson, 1 up. Second Round. Morton-Gilbertsr»n, 4 and 2. Davidson-Bishop, 1 up. Jones-Loomer. 4 and 3. I/mgley-Rlvedal, l up Ifl. SECRETAIRE'S FLIGHT First Round Hrrb Fotton-B. C. Neal, 4 and 3. Vic Coyle-Xed Bailey, 1 up 19. Jena Walker-Richard Cook, oo score posted. BUI Mann-Richard Casey, no score posted. K. C. Vanghn-I. A. Loterbour, no score posted. Don Bracken-John Simon, 7 and 6. Atlo Grelk-Mereaith Temple, 2 and 1. Richard JoncA-Doc Eallck, 1 up- Second Round Patton-Coyle, 3 and 2. \Valker-Mflnn, 3 and 2. Bracken-Vaughn, 6 and K. LEGION I'XIGHT Vlrsl Round Bill Von Laven-Richtud Htifrhrs, 3 and 2. Karl Ljinp-E. V. Ryan, no scnrc posled. D. P. Bsmb^r-B. (', Fishrr, 8 and 7. Frank Goeraer-Kd Olmmr, 4 and 2, Si-cond Jlonnd Bftmhcr-HolJand. .1 and .'(. Dr. Draper Long-Goerncr, 5 and 4, National League BOX SCORES SUNDAY'S GAMES (First NEW YORK--7 AB U PO A Moore If 4 1 5 0 Koenlg If 4 1 4 7 Terrs' Ib 6 2 7 1 O t t r f 5 4 1 0 Lclber c f 5 1 2 0 Jackson 3b 4 1 I 0 \. C'ello 2b S 3 4 2 Mnncuso e K 3 3 3 Cnslle'n p :l 2 0 0 Stout p 2 0 0 0 Totals 42 17 27 13 Gtne) BROOKLYN--I AB H PO A Boyle rt 5 3 3 0 J'd'n SB-3b 3 1 3 6 Bucher 3b 3 1 1 1 Bablch ] nTaylor Munns p bStrlpp 0 0 0 _ 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Leslie Ib S 1 9 T. C'ello 2b 4 1 1 K'ncckc cf 3 2 4 B'd'my If 3 0 · Lupez e 1 0 Leonard p 0 0 Frey s s 2 0 E'nshaw p 1 0 Phelps c 3 1 1 3 _ 0 1 1 Toials 35 9 27 16 aBatteil for Bnblcli In seventh. bBatted lor Munns in ninth. Score by inirfugs: New York 103 020 001--7 Brooklyn 100 020 010-4 0 0 0 3 H 0 1 2 0 0 3 Totals 33 7 27 13 Game) BROOKLYN--4 A B H P O A Boyle r t 4 1 1 0 Jordan 3b 1 0 1 3 Frcy s s 4 1 Leslie Ib 4 1 T. C'cllo 2b 4 K'necke cf 4 0 6 0 B'd'ray If 3 0 3 0 M'lwlm Lnpcz c Eachary p 1 Leonard p 1 oBucficr Bablch p 1 1 2 4 2 1 0 0 0 4 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 35 6 27 7 aBatted for Leonard in seventh. bltnttcd for Bordagariiy fn ninth. Score by Innings: New York 003 300 000--5 Brooklyn 002 002 000--t PITTSBURGH--9 A B H I ' O . A L.' W'cr cf 6 1 t 0 Jensen If 6 4 3 0 I'. W'cr rf 5 3 l o VauRh'n ss 4 2 4 2 Tonne 2b 5 3 2 1 Stihr II) 4 2 9 0 Th'now 3b 4 1 0 1 Grace o 4 Swift p 4 Blanton p 1 0 (t 1 0 0 0 Totals 42 17 27 7 CHICAGO-- 7 AB H PO A Galan It 5 2 3 0 Herman 2b B '1 4 4 C'v'etta Ib 6 1 9 1 O'Dea c 4 1 2 0 L'd'rom cf 2 0 1 Root p 0 0 0 nCnyler 1 0 0 0 French p 0 0 0 Klein r f 2 0 3 0 English 3b 3 1 1 2 Jurges s s 3 1 2 4 L e e p 0 0 0 0 KomUlk p 1 0 1 1 Demarce cf 3 2 2 0 Totals 34 9 2 7 1 4 aBatted for Hoot In eighth. Score by Innings: Pittsburgh 4;o 010 300--9 Chicago .000 025 000--7 First PHILA'PHIA--3 AB H PO A Allen c f 5 1 1 0 Watklns If 2 1 Wallers If 2 2 I. M'ore rf 2 0 Boland rf 2 0 CamllU Ib 4 0 9 Vergez 3b 4 1 1 2 Haslln s s 4 2 1 Chlozza 2b 4 2 6 Todd c 3 1 1 Bowman p 0 0 0 Blvin p 2 3 uWllson 1 Prim i bRyan 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Game BOSTON--9 AB H PO A Urb'skI ss 4 0 3 fi Lee If 6 4 1 0 Moivry If 0 0 0 0 Berber c f 5 2 1 1 Th'pson cf 0 0 0 0 K. M'ore rt 6 1 7 1 .Ionian Ib 4 2 9 1 Wh'ney 3b 4 S 1 0 .irnllon 2b 4 1 1 4 Honan c 3 1 3 1 Sliohrer c 0 0 1 0 llrandt p 4 2 0 0 KAYSEESGETON NEW WIN STREAK Take Doubleheader Against Indians as One Battle Goes 11 Innings. CHICAGO, July 1. OP)--The Kansas City Blues, going at top speed again after a slump, yesterday whipped Indianapolis in both games of a doubleheader, taking the opener 3 to 2 in 11 innings, and the second battle 8 to 7. The lowly Louisville Colonels spoiled Milwaukee's chances o£ gaining two games on Indianapolis by going 15 innings to win the first game 5 to 4. The Brewers salvaged the second game 5 to 3. Minneapolis opened its series with a 4 to 2 victory over Columbus, coming from behind in the late innings. Toledo, making the most of six hits, defeated St. Paul 5 to 1, in the first half of another proposed doubleheader spoiled by rain. GOOlAWNNER IN TRANS BATTLE Takes Championship 1 Up in Close Fight to Win 3rd Leg on T-M Trophy. DBS MOINES, July 1. UF-- Johnny Goodman's capable hands today held the trophy symbolic of the Trans-Mississippi golf championship. The stocky Omaha ace, playing his best golf since he won the national open title in 1933, gain-id permanent possession of the championship cup yesterday by defeating Johnny Dawson of Chicago. Goodman previously took the title in 1927 and 1931. Goodman, who hit a sub-par pace in his last two tournament matches, needed all his cunning to remove the Chicago obstacle. Dawson, too, was at the top of bis game and I played the 36 holes in 144, identical to Goodman's total. The rivals were two under par for the match. The cool, determined Omaha player won because of his ability to drop his putts, and his steady iron play. Dawson invariably outdrove Goodman, but it was the irons that decided the match. First pnme: CHICAGO--2 AB H PO A Ra'cllff If 3 0 3 !oye« 2b 3 0 3 lUVnsh'ton Plet 2b laaa rf . 1 0 lonura ]b 4 0 Slm'ilttK cf 4 0 3 0 Ip-tlne Dykes 31 2 1 ewell f . 4 2 jyons p 3 1 Second cnme: HHCAGO--8 AB H I Rndellff It li 3 2 0 laycs 2b B 2 fl 8 Hans rf « 2 2 0 Bomira Jb 4 2 H 0 Im'ons cf 5 1 2 0 \p*llnc K9 4 1 0 3 lykes 3 b 4 1 1 2 hen c 4 1 7 2 Ken'cdy p 4 1 0 I Totals 381224 C Totals 38152713 aBatted for Blvin In seventh. bBntted for Trim In ninth. Score by Inning*: Philadelphia .001 001 001--3 Boston 333 000 101--9 (Second PHTLATHIA--15 AB H PO A Allen c f 6 2 2 1 U'atklns If 6 fi 3 1 J. M'ore rf 6 3 3 0 Camllll Ib 4 2 4 0 Vercei 3b 5 3 3 1 Haslln s s 6 3 2 2 Chlozza 2b B 3 S 3 Wilson c 5 1 4 1 Jobnson p 5 1 4 1 Totals SO 23 37 » Game) BOSTOJf--S AB H PO i ' Urb'skt is 5 0 '2 Leo If 6 2 2 Bercer cf 5 2 4 R. M'ore rf 5 2 1 Jordan Ib 4 2 11 0 Wh'ney 3b 4 3 0 Malton 2b 4 1 2 Spohrer c 4 1 5 Cantwell p 1 1 0 Belts p 0 0 0 aTh'pson 1 0 0 Itenton p 0 0 0 liMowiy 1 0 0 F'hoiise p 0 0 0 Totals 39 13 27 13 aBatted Jor Belts In fifth. bBatted for Benton In eighth. Score by Innings: Philadelphia 103 131 106--115 Boston .110 120 000-- 5 ST. I.ODIS--2 AB H PO A .Martin 3b 4 0 1 1 Orsattl rf 3 H'hlte'd 2b 4 0 M'dwlck If 4 1 Collins Ib 3 Davis c 3 Moore cf 1 0 1 0 3 0 PVber ss 2 0 J. Dean p 3 1 8 1 0 3 0 2 0 1 4 CINCINNATI--5 AB H P O A Myers s s 4 0 3 RISC* 3b S 2 Good'an rf 4 3 6 Herman if 4 1 1 B't'ley Ib 4 I.onibardl e 4 K'p'rts 2b 4 Byrd cf 4 Kreltas p 3 0 fi 0 110 0 1 4 0 3 3 3 0 1 0 3 0 1 Totals 29 4 24 6 Totals 36 13 2711 Score by Innings: St. Lonls . . . . . . . . . 0 0 0 000 200--2 Cincinnati . 000 041 OOl--5 Schukei Twirlers Work at Top Speed, Hawkeye Club Loses League Tilt CHARLES CITY, July 1.--With the Schukei Softball pitchers working at top form, the Waterloo league team defeated the Charles City Hawks last night at Lion Field 17 to 2. Speck started for Waterloo and Linde hurled the last five innings. Speck walked one batter in four innings and struck out 2; Linde struck out 12 in 5 inning?, and had no walks. In the meantime the Schuekis were collecting 14 hits, long and short, one a homerun, on Johns' delivery which, with 9 walks, gave the visitors 3 in the first and fifth and 4 in the sixth and eighth, which with three scattering runs made an accumulation of 17. Lynch made 1 hit and L. Paine 2 for the locals. THE BOXSCOEE. SCHUKEIS--17 A B K H Wahl Ib 6 1 1 Harder 2 b 4 1 1 Llnde If-p 5 3 1 llrolller c f 2 3 0 \Vchrmeycr sf 5 3 3 Heath c 4 4 4 Steven* r t 4 0 2 Knox 3 b 4 0 0 4 1 1 Klro Speck p 4 1 1 C. C. HAWKS--2 A B K H Lynch s« 4 1 1 L. Kllp'rlck c 1 0 0 , 1 . Paine jf 3 0 2 Bchnke U . 3 0 0 Smith 2b Clnrnmer 3h I,. Talnc c-cf 3 0 0 Shrlver Ib liobbs cf-rf 3 0 0 .Tohns D 3 0 Clark r f 3 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 Total* 31 2 M. C. SOFTBALL SECTION ONE W. L. 1'c.j W. L, Pet. Mlef Wolf 6 1 ,857|Royal 400 3 4 .429 Mar.-Swlft 6 2 .TSOILyons Cl's 2 7 .222 Budn-elser 6 2 .750| r-ty-tO-8 1 8 .111 Monday Game Marshall anj SwUt vs. Royal 400. SECTION TWO W. L. Pet. I W. L. Pet. Deck. L. S. 7 1 .8751 Wac. V-S 4 5 .444 State B'nd 6 2 .7501 Decker B. 2 6 .286 Maytag 4 2 .6H7iBancos 0 8 .000 Monday Game Maytag vs. Decker Beef. SECTION THREE W. i. Pet. | W. J,. Pet. Abel * Son 8 0 1.000| Int. Han-. 4 4 .600 Soco 6 3 .BBTIEran'cal 2 5 .286 Postofflce. 4 5 .444|Herm'son» 1 8 .111 Monday Game Abel and Sons vs. Evangelical Club. Alta Vista Wins Again From Chickasaw Loop's Top-Running Ball Club CHICKASAW COUNIV STANDING W. L. Pet.| W. L. Pet. Fr'ksburjj 5 2 .715JN. H'pton 3 4 .4211 Sande 5 3 .025!Bassctt 3 4 .428 Kramer 4 3 .57i;Frcderlk» 3 * .375 Alta Vista 4 4 .500! N. Wa'ton 3 5 .375 The Alta Vista Midgets turned in their second baseball victory within two weeks Sunday, upsetting the league-leading Fredericksburg Raiders 9 to 5, in the Chickasaw county circuit. Kramer Auto Parts of New Hampton lost to Frederika for the second time this season to slip out of second place, forfeiting the game hi the eighth, when the club trailed by 12 to 0. The Kramers protested the baseballs used by the opposition club. Saude, with Bush in rare form, felled New Hampton 16 to 5, .while Meyers, Bassett pitching ace, won his own game against North Washington with a homerun in the fifth inning. The bases were loaded. Lake Mills Canners Win From St. Louis Batters LAKE MILLS, July 1.--The Lake Mills Canners beat the St. Louis Blues here Saturday, 19 to 10, bat ting out a pair of homeruns off Jackson. Stewart. Rorbaugh and Corrick were the local battery. The Canners lost to Algona 6 to in a night game as Larry Erwin pitched, getting 15 strikeouts and allowing 5 hits. Joice Softballers Drop Fast Game to Lyons Ten JOICE, July 1.--The Joice softball team lost a fast game to Lyons Cleaners of Mason City on the Joice field, 1 to 0. Plowboys Win Two Tilts in Nora Springs League as Cards, Cubs Cash In NORA SPRINGS, July 1.--Tw softball doubleheaders completed the week's schedule here, the Plowboys winning a pair of games in the four. The Rudd Cardinals beat the Pirates 4 to 1, while the Plowboys won 3 to 0 from Home Oil in regularly scheduled games. In a pair o) playoff contests, the Plowboys won VASHINGTON--8 AB H I'O A Blnecc S3 4 0 4 6 ^tone r f 4 1 6 0 Iyer 21) 6 1 « 3 I»nu»r If 6 2 0 II Travis 31) G 3 2 6 «chiilte ef 4 1 4 (t Bolton c fi 3 2 1 Knhel Ib 4 1 I I J Vil'te'll p 4 1 0 0 ~ ICII p 2 0 0 1 American League BOX SCORES SUNDAY'S GAMES 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 2 3 1 CLEVELAND--.3 AB H PO A Ga'tzer cf 3 I 2 0 Knl-l:er M 4 0 2 3 Vosmlk If 4 2 4 0 Ca'pbell rf 4 I I 1 TrOBky Ib 3 0 10 Hale Bercer 2b 3 Pearson p 2 0 4 1 1 3 3 1 7 0 3 0 0 0 Tolllls 3t ft 24 8 TolaN 31 ft 27 11 a Baited for Hnyes In eighth. Score by Innings: -blcaeo 0110 020 000--2 Cleveland 300 1)01) 00.x--3 | CLEVELAND--0 AB II PO A Gnl'zer ef 3 2 3 0 Knl'ker M 4 1 3 3 Vohmlk If 4 0 0 0 Ca'pbell rf 4 0 1 o Trosky Ib 4 1 il 2 Hale 3 b 3 1 4 0 fiercer 2b 3 I 0 4 Pjflak c George c 2 1 5 0 2 0 Harder p 1 0 0 1 Wln's'cr p 2 0 o 0 Totals 40 14 27 16 Totals 30 7 27 10 Score by Innings: Chicaco 000 105 020--8 Cleveland 000 000 000--0 NEW 1'OKK--7 AB H PO A 3 1 3 0 R Hill If Rolfe 3b 4 Ch'pm'n cf I! Gchrlc I b 5 I 7 I Lnzzcrl 2I fi 2 fi Dickey c Jorcrns c liRuffing Glenn c Unas rf Selkirk rf 1 a n i 1 0 0 o o 2 o Crnsi'ttl BS fi 2 Tamnlts p 2 Deshong p 0 aCombs 1 Malone p 3 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 3 0 ] Totals 44 13 36 17 Totals 50 18 30 11 a Batted for Deshong In sixth. b Batted for .lorgcns In tenth. Score by Innings: Washington 021 0!0 002 001^-8 Vew York 000 104 002 000--7 BOSTON--3 AB II PO A MeJIUo 2b 3 3 4 2 Alm'da cf 6 2 4 0 K. ,I'n If 5 0 2 1 ronln ss H 0 1 6 Key'ld* rf 5 2 0 0 R. F'H c S 4 2 0 t t C o o k e 0 0 0 0 VTbcr 3 1 ) 4 2 2 4 'jrrcn Ib 3 1 9 II Bhodcs H. .I'n 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 Hoek'tt p 1 0 0 0 Yalbcrg p 0 0 0 0 PHILA'PHIA--10 AB It PO A Moses rf Cramer cf 4 1 7 B. J'n If fi 3 5 Foil Ib 3 1 1 IIK-glns 3b 5 2 3 McNnlr ss B 4 2 Wntlw 2b 3 1 3 KlrhTdl c 3 0 3 Mah'fey p 1 0 0 0 cPatton 1 0 Dietrich p 0 0 MtirciiRi p 2 1 Totals 40 14*24 13 Totals 36 16 27 H * None out when winning nm scored. a Batted for H. Johnson In elghtb. b Han for R. Fcrrell In ninth. c Batted for Mahalley in fourth. Score by Innings: Boston 001 220 004-- 5 Philadelphia 000 000 302--10 First game: DETROIT--18 AB H PO A K O I r f ' 5 3 1 0 Cochr'ne c 3 Hay'rth c 2 Gehr'r 2b 6 C.r'erg Ib 6 Goslln If White cf 0 0 Bogell ss 1 2 0 1 3 1 1 1 0 2 3 1 Walker cf 5 4 3 0 Shelley If 0 0 0 0 Owen 3b Howe p 5 2 1 5 4 1 2 0 ST. LOUIS--1 AB H PO A Cllft 2 b 4 1 3 7 4 0 10 0 4 1 4 0 Burns Ib Solters If Cole'nn- rf 4 I West c f 4 2 2 0 Hemsley c 1 1 2 0 Heath c 3 0 1 0 Burnet 3b 3 1 1 Bejma s s 3 0 4 Thomas p 0 0 0 Hanscn Walkup p 3 0 0 0 0 Coff'an p 0 0 0 0 Totals 45 19 27 9 Totals 33 7 27 16 a Batted for U'alkup In eighth. Score by Innings: Detroit 830 115 000--18 it. Ixmls 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- 1 Second game: DETROIT--11 AB H PO A Fol r f 6 5 1 1 Coc'rane c 4 4 3 0 Ge'ng'r 2b 3 2 2 1 Grc'rc Ib 5 2 13 II ST. JOSEPH BACK IN WESTERN LOOP Saints Join Fight Alter Big Skid Into Second Section of Minor Circuit. DES MOINES, July 1. JP)--The St. Joseph Saints, the 1934 champions, again are back in the thick of the fight for the Western league pennant. Shunted into the 'second division, the Saints reversed their downward path and are now only a half game back of the leading Davenport team. St. Joseph improved its standing last night by defeating- Council Bluffs in both ends of a doubleheader. The Saints won the first game 4 to 3 in 10 innings, then had an easy time in the second, winning 12 to 4.. Davenport lost ground when the Cedar Rapids Raiders, behind Jim Hayes' three hit pitching, whipped the Blue Sox 6 to 3. Milt Bocek hit a homerun for the Raiders and got two other hits. Sioux City checked its losing streak, defeating Des Moines 7 to 3. The Cowboys, got four runs in the ninth to win. Keokuk and Rock Island split a doubleheader. The Islanders won the first game 7 to 5, but the Indians came back to take the second contest, 7 to 3. Hvan was "a nice girl, didn't drink, gmoke, or run around." * * * Beached at a vacation resort, the elder Bacr took the report of Max Adalbert's newest romance in easy stride, and recalled the ex-heavyweight champion's many and varied love affairs with something of a sigh. "I hope this one's really a nice girl," he said. "If she is, and if Max acts like he should, it will be the best thing in the world for him. * * # "He should settle down, like I tell him, and let a nice girl help him back to the championship. "I used to ride him about his girl friends--I mean the dancehall ones, the night club girls, and Max promised me he was through with that kind as far as marriage was concerned." Max Baer, Bride May Be Headed for Movie Studio NEW YORK, July 1. (IP)--Friends of Max Baer speculated today on the posibility that the former leavyweight champion and his alack haired bride might be headed [or a movie career in Hollywood. GIANTS RELAXED WITH HUGE LEAD (Continued From Sport Page) ington 8 to 7 in a 12 inning struggle after tying the score with four runs in the sixth and again with two in the ninth. The Yanks finished under protest of a ruling in the ninth when Washington went ahead. Philadelphia and Boson fought it out with little to choose between their representatives. With Dutch Brandt pitching, the Braves took the opener of a double bill from the Phillies, 9 to 3, aided by Wally Berger's sixteenth boundary belt, but the Phils replied with a 23 hit barrage to win 15 to 5. The Athletics finally edged out the Red Sox 10 to 9, scoring on 4 straight singles in the ninth after Boston had blasted out 4 luns to take the lead in the first half of the inning. PRESSBOX (Continued From "Sport Pace) about this Mary Sullivan a year ago in Washington, but he never told us anything about getting married." At the romance's inception last year, Max told his parents Miss Sul- Goslln K Rogcll 5: Walker c( 5 On-en 3b 5 S (1 3 0 1 i o Crowder p 5 0 0 2 Totals 43 19 27 12 ST. LOUIS--6 AB H PO A Cllft 3 b 6 2 3 0 West c f 4 2 4 0 Soltcrs If 6 2 4 1 Cole'an rf 4 0 1 0 Hcmsley c 6 1 :l 0 Bell 11) 4 2 10 (I Burnett 2b 4 1 (I S liejma ss 3 Knott p 0 Von Atta p ,1 Walkup p 0 0 0 0 aFcpper 1 0 0 0 Totals 0 0 I . Batted for Van Atta In . Score by Innlnss: Detroit "0 100 500--11 St Louis 130 11(1 000-- 6 7 to 4 from Home Oil in nine innings, while the Country Cubs beat the Aces 3 to 2. A Monday doubleheader will see Hockford playing the Aces and Devonia. DANCE AVALON BALL ROOM MANLY, IOWA Tuesday, July 2nd BENNETT GRETEN Ladies 25c Gents 40c Old Time 4th of July Dance Music by KELLY BROTHERS Admission 25c DAWN DANCE Avalon Ball Room MANLY Wednesday, July 3rd Music by CHESTER-FIELD and HIS ORCHESTRA Dancing 10:30 P. M. Till Dawn Ladies 25c Gents 40c At Mason City THEATERS Bj R, J. P. NEW ROMANTIC TEAM IN "THE FLAME WITHIN" A new and quite perfect' dramatic team is presented in the current screen attraction at the Cecil, where Ann Harding and Herbert Marshall are featured in "The Flame Within." Miss Harding is seen as a noted woman psychiatrist who devotes her life to untangling the mental disturbances of others, particularly romantic young people who suddenly discover insurmountable barriers blocking their love affairs. With Efreat wisdom and courage she leads the way for those more emotional and less capable than she. But when she faces the same dilemma of so many of her patients and falls in love with a young man she is trying to reform in order to bring hap- piness to a girl who loves him, the psychiatrist is just as Incapable as the others. Herbert Marshall aa the solid, reliable doctor of great charm, who always has loved the fascinating psychologist, gives a warmth and a reality to the role that few other artists could achieve. The romance of these two is that of utterly charming people, a professional man and a professional woman, that is entirely believable from the beginning of the picture to the end. Maureen O'Sullivan, as one of the world's richest girls, neurotic, pampered, spoiled, gives an amazing dramatic portrayal, particularly in those scenes where she suspects the relationship of the psychiatrist with the ne'er-do-well whom she worships with an unreasonable jealousy. Louis Hayward. as the young lad whom Ann Harding tries to redeem, is a screen newcomer of great promise. His portrayal of a youth trying to drown his shortcomings and imaginary difficulties in the cup that cheers, is one of the outstanding bits of acting seen on the screen in many a day. KILLER AIDS LAW WITH DIX IN "THE ARIZONIAN" The paradoxical situation of a notorious bandit who, exhorted by a determination to see fair play, co-operates with the law in its round-up of desperadoes on the western frontier Is found in "Th» Arizonian," the new Palace attraction starring Richard Dix. As one of Dix's important supports, Preston Foster plays the erstwhile bandit, Tex Randolph. The town sheriff, a crooked authority. who dispises Dix as a peace officer calls in the bandit from his mountain hide-out to frame Dix. Realizing how the sheriff's renegades have cornered the marshal, the bandit rallies to Dix's suppor^, and Dix appoints him a deputy sheriff. , Thereafter, Tex Randolph becomes one of the worst--and best --deputy marshals known to Silver City. He devotes his life to a clean-, up of the -west, a decisive fracas between rival forces ending his career in the climax. On the same bill is "Going Highbrow." a sparkling comedy featuring Guy Kibbee. Zasu Pitts and Edward Everett Horton, the first twa being cost as a pair of newly rich Kansas farmers trying to gain entrance to New York society. » * * "After Office Hours," starring Clark Gable as a managing editor of a metropolitan newspaper with Stuart Erwin as his star cameraman, and "Society Doctor," featuring Chester Morris, are two of the better pictures of the last year. Both are playing through Tuesday at the Strand. THE SURF- IOWA'S FINEST ON THE SHORE OF BEAUTIFUL CLEAR LAKE SURF BALLROOM CLEAR LAKE, IOWA DOUBLE FEATURE PBOGRAM! FEATURE NO. 1| H ^HI m Now Showing | "Don't Give Up the Man You Ixn-e . . . Fight (or Him!" That's What She Believed! ANN HARDING ERBERT MARSHALL -IN EDMUND GOUIDING'S--· "THE FLAME WITHIN" with MAUREEN O'SULLIVAN FEATURE NO. Z IT'S AS SENSATIONAL AS ANYTHING YOU'VE EVER SEEN! THHLLLING AND EXCITING! YOU BIUST SEE IT! BIG HOLIDAY DANCES Evening Dance Lunches - Beer Soft Drinks and other Refreshments served on the ROOF GARDEN -MUSIC BY AND HIS ORCHESTRA T H I R D CONSECUTIVE YEAR TO PLAY THE SURF ON THE 4rh OF JULY | OLD-TIME DANCES EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT | Make It a Point on the 4th of July to Visit the Surf CLARK GLABLB CONSTANCE BENNETT "AFTER OFFICE HOURS" COMPANION FEATURE SOCIETY DOCTOR" --with-CHESTER MORRIS VIRGINIA BRUCE MAT. 26C---EVE. 36c TAX INCL. Starts Tuesday FIRST RUN PICTURES omon LimiTED The Only Donee Palace of Its Kind in Northern Iowa! ALWAYS COOL Air-Conditioned, With the Delightful Lake Air. 65,000 Cubic Feet Every Minute! Tap and Bottle Beer served at our New 50 Ft. Bar COMPANION FEATURE: GUY AND ZASU GO RITZY...AND NERTZY! Dawn Dance--10 O'clock Untii-- Afternoon and Evening JULY 3rd JULY 4th 'THE NIT WITS" nnd "CHASING YESTERDAY"

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