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12 Aug. 19, W2 Mtion Oil? G l o b e - f i a i r l l r . Mourn C i t y , U. Pittsburgh Glass Raps KI em me 10-6 K L E M M E-Piltsbtirgh Plate Glass defeat Klcinine/ 10-6, in an exhibition softbnll game here Mon day night, Dude Calkin pitched 6-hiUcr for the winners. Don Wed niorc's homer in the second inning with one ori was Ihc big blow. 1! Clark drove in two runs in the firsl with n double. Adrian "Pop" Anson, star ol the Chicago Cubs before the turn of the century, was a ' Â· s t u d e n t al Notre Dame and introduced the game of baseball there in 1887. C O L U M N By J. EMEUSON DECKER KÂ«Â«p your camera clean If you wÂ«nt good pictures, Evidence of the dirty ctmera It readily noticeable in the finished print. A grayish o v e r c a s t on the print indicates a dirty lent. Small, curly black marks Indicate dust in the camera body, and that this dust has settled on the film before the exposure was made. Blow out the interior of your camera each time you insert a new film. An eÂ«r .syringe, believe it or not, is excellent for this . . . s o keep it handy a f t e r Iho car aches nrc gone . . Clean your lens, front mid renr, with a cotlon swab saturated with Jens .cleaner. Then polish lightly with lens tissue, or n wcllwnshcd cotlon handkerchief. These simple acts will insure spot-free sparkling prints. It's Â· good Idea to brush your lens lightly before polishing. This will remove particles of abrasive material that might cause scratches. Carbon leti'nchloridc is an cx- collciU cleaner for flash reflector surfaces . . . A bit of paraffin rubbed on the sliding surfaces of cut film holders will "lubricate" them for ensy action . . . You can't find better camera men in town than the boys in our shop . . . They really know photography. That's why we can guarantee, our workmanship on Â·very job we turn out at DECKER BROS. INC., 709 North Federal. Phone 544 and 54S -- SPORTSMAN'S HEADQUARTERS. CJIobe-Oa/oUe photo by Musser MANAGER'S KACE--Bob Kasterbrook ( J c f t ) , EsUicrville manager, nicks Mason City's Dick Morgan in a Hpecial race around Lho bascH at; fun night. They started in opposite directions with Morgan heading Cor t h i r d . No dash at second base, either, and they a collision at home, too. Durocher Suspended for 5 Days CHICAGO Ml--Manager Leo Durocher of the New York Giants Monday wns suspended five days effective AUK. 10--and fined ?100 by President Warren Giles of the Notional League for his run-in with Umpire Augio Donalclli Sunday. The a r g u m e n t carno about In the n i n t h I n n i n g of Sunday's first game of a doublelicadcr against Ihc Boston Nrnvcs in New York, lloslori won the Kaine, 7-3. When the Giants were changing TRY A G-G CLASSIFIED ADI pitchers in the n i n t h and Hal Grogg was heading for the m o u n d , Durocher tossed the hall to the reliefer. Donalclli asked to inspect the ball nnd the battle started. Durocher had been objecting to the umpires that the Braves' pilch- cr, Max Surkonl, had wiped sweat from under his shirt on the hall. Some observers thought Donatelli was provoked when Durocher made motions indicating he was wiping sweat on the ball us he tossed it to Gregg. After Donatelli, working at second base, came over and asked to inspect the ball, Durocher struck a fighter's pose with clenched fists. Donnlclil closed in on Leo and the other umpires and Boston M a n - ager Charley G r i m m separated them. Fiery Leo denied he was get- ling ready to throw a punch. OK COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE Motor TunÂ«-upt -- General Rtpair Complete Tire, Battery and Brake Service Wath -- Grease -- Polish' C a r s Called for and Delivered Ado Clean Usod Cars O. K. Sales Service . . i Corner State Penn. Ph. 1835 KENNY MlLROY THETIRETHATCOMESONNEWCARS B.F. Goodrich Silvertown LIST PRICE PRICE SAVE ON THESE SIZES TOO! 6.3d-16 6.40-15 7.10-15 7.60-15 8.00-15 B . 7 0 - 1 5 -*34^Â«- $18.75 ..-*24rOO- $15.75 $18.45 $19.95 $21.95 LIST PRICE SALE PRICE $ 16 65 Plus Tax AND YOUR OLD TIRE EXTRA SPECIAL NEW 1952 Defiance 95;*. 6.70-1 S Tax AND YOUR OLD TIRE Your Old Tire May Cover Your Down Payment B.F.Goodrich . TUSIS 119 North Federal Phone 3500 Movie Reviews-"Flesh, Fury" Rugged Story of Prize Ring Young Tony Curtis adds another o his newly-won acting laurels in Flesh and Fury," which opens a ho Palace Theater Wednesday 'he film also stars Jan Sterling nd Mona Freeman. The film cleverly combines the lark background of the prize figh ;amc with the unfolding of a lovt Lory that reaches a new screen ligh in its telling. Cast as a struggling boxer, Curli. ichieves a characterization of un isual Impact on the emotions. Mis THEATERS AT A GLANCE ECU/--"Cluih lly NUnl" now ihowlnc. \\I.ACi:--"The 1 Wild N o r t h " clotcs TneÂ« ilujr. "Klesh ami F u r / " iipent H'eclnei day, Tit A N D -- " A Y.ink In I n d n - C h l n a " an "[Â·'nbnlnu* Kenorlta" nrw allowing. IA.VI IIOX--" Father's Mltlo D i v i d e n d Â»ml "Ymi Never Cm Tell" close TueÂ» day. "Tim llH-liwajrman" anil "I WaÂ« Al A m e r i c a n Spy" mien Wednesday. A K E -- " l . n r u l y (o I.nok Al" linw s h n w l n t H1VI!-IN--"Jnin of A r c " and "Katie Bii It" c l n i o T Â« e Â» d n y . "Up Front" start Wednesday. tcrling is cast as a designing nightclub dancer. Miss Freeman plays a contrasting role ns a niaga .ine writer. Wallace Ford and Connie Gil hrist head the strong supportinj :asL as the devoted fight manage vho guides Curtis to a world' hampionship title and Miss Gil Christ plays the fight manager' vifc. Emotional conflict which almos lestroys a restless w o m a n and th wo men who share her heart i lowerfully presented in "Clash B. Vight" at the Cecil. Barbara Stan vyck, Paul Douglas, Kobert Rya ind Marilyn Monroe are co starred. This interesting drama i old against the background of vest coast fishing village. J. Carro Naish and Italian star Silvio Mil ciotti arc featured. 'A Yank in Indo-China," starring John Archer and Douglas Dick, is showing at the Strand The- iter. The story deals with the adventures of Yanks who operate an air cargo line in battle-lorn Indo- hina. "Fabulous Senorita" is the co-feature, with Estclita and a feature cnst. Philip Friend, Charles Coburn and Wanda Hendrix are co-starred n "The Highwayman," opening at .he Bnnd Box Wednesday. It is rich !n action. Co-featured is "I Was an American Spy," with Ann Dvorak and Gene Evans co-starred. K a t h r y n Grayson, Red Skelton and Howard Keel are co-starred in "Lovely to Look" At," showing at the Lake Theater. With songs by Jerome Kern, gowns by Adrian, and a locale of gay Paree, the film is one of the brightest technicolor musicals of the year. Willie and Joe, the fabulous car- loon characters of World War II, will take over at the Drive-In Wednesday. They are the creation of Bill Mauldin's cartoonist pen and arc the main characters in "Up Front." Willie is played by Tom Ewell and Joe by David Wayne. It's high-hearted humor in the Italian campaign. Middlecbff Beats Burke in Playoff By BILL ROSENTRETER KANSAS CITY, Mo. UP-Cary Ilddlecoff, Memphis, Tenn., who tori his fourth major golf cham- ionship of the year by heating k Burke Jr., Houston, Tex., in playoff here Monday, had a olf bank account of $30,139.08 to- ay and was pressing Julius Boros or the top money-making position f 1952. Scoring a 6-under-par 66, to beat Jurke's par golf by six shots, liddlecoff was only $1,242.99 back f Boros, the U. S. Open champion, s both headed for the Fort Wayne, ml., Open beginning Thursday. Burke, who missed a 30-inch putt unday for a clear claim .to the Cansas City Open championship, ever was in contention after the irst four holes Monday. Middle- off started off with four birdies in row to be three up, made the urn in 32, four under par and as many strokes better than Burke, and then coasted in. The victory was the second in hree playoffs for Middlccoff this year, and also was the second playoff loss for Burke. --B .ShiÂ«-s JVtjhtly-- Rain nr Clear- WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY Classic Pin League to Meet Wednesday There will be a meeting of the Classic Bowling League at 8 o'clock Wednesday night at Lee's Lanes, east on Highway 18. Plans for the coming season, which will get un dcrway the first week of September, will be discussed. Teams or Individuals wishing to bowl in the league are welcome to attend the meeting. Ted Kluszewski of the Cincinnati Reds was once a star end on the University of Indiana football team MASON CITY One Day Only -- 3 8 P.M. Fairgrounds WED., AUG. 27 Latt Day for "Father'i Lirtl. Dividend" Â·^ "You NÂ«vttr Can TÂ«ll" AM, A l l O A I t l ) FOR FUN FREE RIDES ON THE MINIATURE STEAM TRAIN , SPONSORED BY SAME R A I Z E S DEPT. STORE AND ROYAL CROWN COLA ALSO F R E E K I D D I E Z O O AND KIDDIE PLAYGROUND --BOX OFFICE OPENS AT 6:30- CICANTIC RAILROAD SHOW NEW STAR STUDDED EDITION WITH THE WORLD FAMOUS STAR OF SCREEN, RADIO AND TELEVISION "MR. CIRCUS" HIMSELF CLYDE BEATTY IN PERSON GORGEOUSLY COSTUMED AND AUT H E N T I C J U N G L E P R O C E S S I O N A L PAGEANT RETURN OF THE SAFARI! Kcs. Scats and Gen. Adm. Tickets For Sale Show Day Only *t Ford Hopkins Drug Store. Same prices ES at show grounds. NOW! THROUGH THURSDAY Clear I.alce -- Phone 7fi THE TITLE SAYS ITII Â·THE KATHRYN GRAYSON RED SKELTON HOWARD KEEL Bud's Used Cars Gains Final Round With 6-1 Triumph HOLLANDALE, Minn. -- Bud's Used Cars of Mason City gained the final round of the Hollindale invi tationnl softball tournament here Monday night by downing Manchester, 6-1. Bud's was to play Kofi's Bar of Ownlonna in t!ic championship game Tuesday night. Ted Rumeliote went the distance on the mound for Bud's, giving up four hits, striking out seven and walking one. Russ Lee was the big gun in Bud's attack with three hits, including a double, in four times at bat. Lcroy Alitz was scheduled to hurl for Bud's in the title game. .He pitched a 2-1 no-hitter against Mankato last Friday night. MHtMtUU *tÂ» Bi 1U UXÂ» Â· -Â·' iitrut ADDED--COLOR CARTOON--LATE NEWS MATINEE WED. AT 2 P. M.--ONE MAT. 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