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16 Aug. 20, 1952 Mason Oily f . l n h r - ( i a r r l l r . Mavin C l l y . l a . Gene Bearden Gets Back to O Winning Ways I By MILTON RICHMAN Ihe finest persons I've ever met in my life." Hearticn has kept his promise and then some 1 . lie worked like a stevedore dur- ii»; sprint; (raining. Like he said, all he wanted wax a chance to pitch. Since Marty Marion took over Ihe club, Ihe lean A r k a n s a s southpaw has gotten lhat chance and he is making good in style. YORK UP-- Oood-lool«in« Gene Ucnrden, a one-time" member who lost his s t a n d i n g , is initiated into (he ancient order of consistent winners J "It's all because of t h e promise I made Bill Veeck last spring," smiles the lanky 31 -y ear-old knuck- lohaller, who bree/.cd to his f i f t h victory for the SI, Louis Browns Sunday for n season's record of 7-2. Won 20 in M3 Boarden, who won 20 names, including a vital playoff contest ngainst the Red Sox to gain the American L ; a g u e pennant for Cleveland nud Vceek in J!M8, .spent too much of his time a f l e r l h a t celebrating his "big year." Wavy-haired f!cne liked the high l i f e and low lights a lot. He e v e n ] look a brief but successful f l i n g 1 .at acting in Hollywood. In short, he became one of baseball's "good time Charlies." When Hcarclcn won the p e n n a n t playoff game against Huston, the joyous Vecck lold h i m , "there'll always be a job for -you no matt e r w h a t ball club I'm with." Vecck meant it, too. "He called me at 2 o'clock in trie morning last March to tell me ho had just gotten me from DC- Ljfpit," laughs lU-arclen. "I was tickled to death." '^That's when G e n e made h i s promise to (he Brownie boss. (.' Got tho Job ^"We had quite ii bearl-lo-hcarl talk," Bcrden recalls. "Bill told nfe how much he wanted a w i n n e r in St. Louis and said I could help. He said he was g i v i n g me a job if l i w a n t c d it but 1 luul to promise lj. slick to my knitting. ··"r lold h i m , 'just g i m m e n bull. All I want to do is pitch.' I lold him I'd behave all right. Why shouldn't I? Baseball is my life and besides, Bill Vecck is one ol Clear Lake Preps Have New Tutors, 8 Games for 1952 CI.KAK L A K K - K l R h l reluming "TM«"V» · t t c r m r - n t h r r . n TIOU/ r.» n ,-hn c ,,«,! l h c r o Wcrc End Situation for Hawkeyes Fairly Good Fenton to Do Full Time at Wing Post ,,,,.,., C I J Y -- A somewhat encouraging combination of several mt-ri 7 Lettermen Back; Decorah Preps Set for 9-Game Slate DF.COHAH-C o n e h A r t Hass, facing a rebuilding job, has scheduled the first grid drills for his 10.12 Decorah High School varsity football team next Monday, Hass lost 18 lellcrmen via graduation last spring. role opposite Jan Sterling and! Mona Freeman in "Flesh and Fury" at the Palate Theater. The f i l m cleverly combines the stark background of the prize fight game with the unfolding of a love story that reaches a new screen high with its telling. A slory of Americans caught in the Indo-China fighting is told in "A Yank in Indo-China" at the Strand Theater. The film stars The challenging story of a worn- John Archer and Douglas Dick as Movie Reviews-Stark Realism in "Clash By Night" Story gowns are by the famed designer, \drian. Willie and Joe, the famous car- oon characters of World War II, are at the Drive-In Theater in Bill an torn between desire and d u t y j ' a pair of American airmen who Hass wilt have seven IcUcrrncnjLs told in a starkly realistic way in 'run a small cargo line flying food ging combination of several from his 3051 team. One letter- "Clash By Night" at the Cecil The- 1 !" the French forces. Co-featured wlln experience and o t h c r s j m a n , Guard .Milt Stevens, is the Her. jis "The Fabulous Senorita," star- w i t h , potential m a r k s the end sit-'mly returning regular from last nation on the University of Iowa year's eleven which finished with! a 7-1 record. ·e happy if The Decora h preps will face a football squad. fi would Icttermc'n, three new coaches a A quartet of stars, Barbara Stan- wyck, Paul Douglas, Kobert Ryan and Marilyn Monroe, bring an in- an 8-garnc schedule is Ihe prep football picture at Clear Lake High School. Dyle M a r t i n is Hie new prep grid boss. He will be assi.'iled by Delbert M u l l y and C h a r l e s Edwards. Clear Lake, Ihe cellar-dwellers in the !D. r )l North Central Conference grid chase w i t h a G-H m a r k , will open (he '52 slalo Sepl. 12 at Forest City. The first home game is set for Sept. 2(i a g a i n s t Iowa Falls. H a m p t o n will wind up the 1-gamo homo card Nov. 7. Tho r e t u r n i n g lellermcn: Don icnner, Ken l l u n l l e y , Jim W r i g h t , J'om and Holmes I'edclly, Lowell itchen, G a r y Paltschull and Lc- oy Drave.s. The schedule: Sopt. 12--Forest City, thore. Sopt, 19--Clarion, thore. Sept. 26--lov/a F a l l s , here. Oct. 3--Opon. Oct. 10--Aiuotm, hero. Oct. 17--Humboldl, thoro. Oct. 24--Webstor City, thorn, Oct. 31 -- E a g l o Grove, here. Nov. 7 -- H a m p t o n , hero. and ««=ro were more men of the call- nine-game slato.' rep l )cr " f ^ l ' t a i n '*'» Fenton of ftwa Waukon Sepl. 12, an Cl( * " 0 ^-pound Junior "A" stu- ' YOUR BEST BUY IN MATTRESSES! SPRING-AIR GIVES VOU MORE REST EVERY NIGHT . . . IWCUUM ll'« scientifically coiialmctott «niV "ionctl for comfort" to «vcry p n r t of your boJy. CORIU in and lot tin cxpUln why Sprlne-Alr wild "Conlrnllul Com- fcrl" is todny's bent maltrcm tmvi TYLER-RYAN Furniture Co. 29 2nd St. S. E. Phone 3910 Sioux City Team to State Softball Semifinal Round · N O O N E (in--Blue Bunny of Sionx Cily advanced to the scml-fina round in the men's state softbal L n u r n n n i c n t with an R-2 victory over Tony's famous Foods of If 1. l)odj;e Tuesday niii'lil. Sioux City earlier dofeated Ma nole.s Tailers of DCS Moines, 2-1 in n (second-round Kiune, Kt. IJo(tf!c had d e f e a t e d Fraser, n-0, to ad v n n c e to I he niarlerfinal.s. Sinn Siege! of Sionx City wot both names for Blue Bunny Tties i n y , allowing only two earned runs 305-pound junior "A" student whose a l l - a r o u n d football skill matches- his classroom prowess. Fenton will play on offense and defense as right end. He has improved as a pass-catcher but still lacks speed to race away for good gains a f t e r he finags one. Fenton was a No. 1 (owa regular last sea-, son. At 19, he is Iowa's youngest ootball c a p t a i n , ' Kd Lindxey of 'Davenport, a 100- pound j u n i o r , will be an o f f e n s i v e oft end, specializing on pass-calch- ng. However, the present coach- ng staff cannot appraise his a b i l i t y localise, j u r a regular baseball litcher and outfielder, he missed spring grid work. Two Jobs For Houg The third ietterman is Andy iloug, SI. A n s y a r , who played weli i i s . a d e f e n s i v e end in 1951. However, he learned the offensive iuard assignments last spring, the letter lo use his-spced and power. A n d y ' p r o b a b l y will play both positions at limes. He's another f i n e student, boiler than n "li" average 'n pre-dental work. Only other end with any experience in the Big Ten is Don IJjork, Albert City 105-pound senior who won a m a j o r letter in 1950 and a m i n o r last season. Offensive is his specialty on Die left side oT the line. hey'll open at and close aRaJnsl [tere.stins combination of person- into h s a ' T T 4 4 k l m / U I J U J J l . I f , , O i l l * V. I l l 31^ *1 ^ U 1 1 1 3 L ! . , . , . -*«· M c K i n l e y High' of Cedar Rapids! , U 1Sna , ri !! na , ','' (i ? cp cmol '°n- al conflicts that beset a troubled and disillusioned woman and the THEATERS AT A GLANCE CKC.'Il.--"Clmh by Nirlit" nnw showing. 1MJ..4CK--"1'leiJi and Fury" now nhowlii*. E L K S B O W L I N G L E A G U E TO O P E N ON SEPT. 3 A J a - l c n n i Elk's bowling league will open its 33-week schedule Sept ;i at Lee's Lane. The first league competition will gel u n d e r w a y a (!:30 o'clock, c o n t i n u i n g each Wed nesdiiy night throughout the bowl ing season. Frank G i l l e n i s t h e league secretary. Hob Ikenberry presidcnt, and Sam Burcnson, vice president. Jim Busby, outfielder for the Washington Senators, e n l c r e i Texas Christian University in 191 on a football scholarship. AUTHORIZED Sales Service PHONE 162 Home Appliance Co. 20 Second St. N. 15. Nov. 27. Seven of Ihc games will be Northeast Iowa Conference engagements. George Kjorne and Kenny Bey will assist Hass with the varsity. Al Hanccr and Lloyd Grandprcy will tutor the freshman-sophomore and Dick Selab wilt handle jc junior high learn. Lettermen returning besides tevcns a r e : Loren lilumhagen, i i l f b a c k ; Harry Jensen, quarter- iick; Jan Flickingcr, h a l f b a c k ; ack Hanson, f u l l b a c k ; Ronald lartinson, end; and Landis Gross, enter. The schedule: SepL 12--Waukon, t h e r e . Sept. 19--Oolweln, here. Sept. 26--New Hampton, there. Oct. 3--Charles City, here. Oct. 10--Waverly, here. · Oct. 17--Osage, there. Oct. U--Crosco, here. Oct. 31--Cedar Falls, there. Nov. 7--McKinley, Cedar Rap ids here. Coaches have a !ol of hope that some of the younger men will come through. Top one probably is Dan M c U r i d c of Burlington, a swift 175- poundor up from the .1951 JV squad. McUrido, » j u n i o r college transfer, will bo p l a y i n g his nnly season on the Iowa varsity squad, lie can catch and his r u n n i n g in ! broken field is possibly tho best of the 1952 candidates. John H a l l , l r , , Chicago, 111., also will bo v a l u a b l e . He was a high school f u l l b a c k , n J V ' tackle and now n varsity end. The 200-pound H a l l , a shutpultcr on the track team, m a d e great progress last spring and will bo able lo help on offense nnd defense. Others Up From JV U's believed that Frank Schwengel, Davenport offensive left end of ITS pounds, has a fine f u t u r e . He is another player who did Well on Ihe .JV team last year. Marlow K c k h o f f , 19, e i-pounder from Rockwell City, plays both w a y s at l e f t end and may help a f t e r , performing for JV learn a ye«r ago. Senior Clyde G a r d n e r of Newton, the record-breaking 2()0-poiinl discus thrower, gets his f i n a l chnncc lo help a f t e r ' f a i l i n g to brenk in for two seasons. Olhci c a n d i d a t e s include Frank Strub and Mickey MIM^J, Iowa City sopho mores; and Gene llollnrd of Deni son, i\ hardworking 190-pounder. Use Less Pa ant and Get MAJOK MAGUS Leaders PAINT High Standard Colors nrc selected to he in keeping with l a t e s t in color trends. N A T I O N A L U I A H l ' i : l l A T r i N O -- A l u i U I , St. l.nuls, .:i'J3; ' Klll.1 H U M S ItATTKO I N -- S a u r r . Chicago, I DO Thiinitoii, Now V n r k . H I . I t O U I l l . K S -- S c l i n r m l l c n j l . St. I.ouh. :il Sillier. Chlraitn. -7. T K M M . K . S -- l l m r a M i i i . Ninr Y o r k , !l: !·'.» lih, P h i l a d e l p h i a , iinil S l A u j l i l c r . 81. l.illli H. I I O . V K Kl!NS -- S a u r r . C h l c a R i i . :!l · i . l l r u i i U j i i . a n i l K l u r r . I ' t t U h n r g l STOI.rN 11AHKS-- Itoui?. llrmtUj-n, 2 1 J c t h r o r , Itn^tiiu. l!l. I M T C I l l N t i -- Koo, Itruoklyn. l l - l , .! \ V l l l i r 1 i n . Nriv V n r k , II-'J. .Nlti. S l ' H I H i : c i i ; I S -- Sinliu, Itintiiii, Hunt!. C h ^ c : i K n n i i L l U n b e n t , rhH:\ilclp till). l U T T I N C . ' -- Pain, ·· r h l U i l c l p l i U , .; H U N S llATTICn I N ~ l o b . C l e v e l a n d S.t: Ktrblnsim. ' h k r : i K i K l - IHUIItl.KS--i-'nln, I'lillailclplil.t, »l; I cr. Nov V n r k . tinil N'nrniin. W a s h i n g t o n . li7 TltH'I.KS-- S l m p H D i i , C'lovrlailil. anil Ills zlitn. N P W V o r k . 10. K O M K IltJNS-- D n h y . C l n v c l a n i l . 'Jlil 1 r n , N e w Yurk, -'.^. STOI.KN IIASKS -- .Irmrn. W.nhlnn Hi: I l l i m t i ) . N r w V n r k . 17,. C I U N C . -- C o i l M i r t r t i , WA»hln|,*ti". 0-1 1.0011: S h u n t ; . I ' h I U i K - l i U i l , « . V l - l . , H I U . STKlRliyUTS -- Uryunlilfl. New Vnrk I*l«TCr. ('hir.ifff, I l!l. Minor League Scores I ' A C l l ' I C COAST t.VCAr.l'i: l l o l l v i v m i c l I. S.iu IHi-Rii II ( 1 0 lnn!n«s). lhinil :l. A n e r l r * 0. O.iklnnd I. .Sr..!llc .1. S n f r a n i r l i t i * I. Sun F r a n r i s r n .1. I N T K H N A T I O N A L I.KAdL'K ll.tUlmnre .'i-l. M o n t r e a l 1-1. luilfahi .''-7. S)-rarie. :!-». Sprlnfflclcl '.'. Otl.iir.1 I. HiiclieMcr H. Torolltu ::. A M K U I C A N A S S O C I A T I O N Inill.lll»piill.i ft-!. St. I ' n u l I--', Cliarlcjton :i, Kutisiu Clly 0. illlu'ntikoe A, O!atntiM 'i. I.mihvlllfl M. II. W B S T K K N I . K A I i l ' K Lincoln '*, ('otornili) S p r l » f c % I. O i n a h n .^, D r n v r r '.'. I'tli'lilo !/, Ilex Molnr^ 0. Sinliv City 'i. WlelllU :l. S T K A N D -- " A Y»nk In rnUn-Chlna" and "Fabulous Hennrita" niiiv t h n w l n g . H A N D UOX --"The l l l f i l i w a y mm" and "I M'JH mi A i n t i r i c A n Sny" now H h o \ v h n £ . I . A K K -- " l . n v c l y to I.(.ok Al" now s h o w i n g . D I U V K - I N -- " U p J'ronl" now nhowlnjf. hvo men who claim her love. The story is staged against the colorful background of a picturesque west coast fishing town. Keith Andes, who starred in the stage hit musical, "Kiss Me Kale," J. Carrol Naish and Silvio Minciot- ti, one of the foremost stars of the Italian theater in America, round out the cast. The popular screen star Tony Curtis plays his second starrin" Philip Friend, Charles Coburn and Wanda Hendrix arc the stars of "The Highwayman," showing a the Band Box. It is a drama of an early day h i g h w a y m a n . "I Was an American Spy" is the co-feature with Ann Dvorak and Gene Evans "Lovely to Look At," showing a the Lake Theater, is a glamorous technicolor musical, with Kathryn Grayson, Kcd Skelton, Howart Keel, lilarge and Cower Champion and Ann Miller. Its songs are b the immortal Jerome Kern. It Owatonna Defeats Bud's in Softball Tourney Finals HOLLANDALE, M i n n.--0 w a- onna won the i n v i t a t i o n a l soflball o v i r n a m c n t held here by defeating Hid's Used Cars of Mason City ,-3 in Hie Tuesday night finals. The game went eight innings. iud's had held an early 3-0 lead. O w a t o n n a scored two runs in the ast of the seventh to k n o t thc score as two outfielders for the oser.s crashed in fielding a fly ball. Phc winners picked up a run in thc| ast of the eighth for the t r i u m p h . NOWI THRU THURS. .fernme Kern'.* Great SOURS tr by the Show boa I" S wee t!i e.T rial cai.oii CARTOON " O N K CAN'S F A . M I I . V " I.ATKST I ' A H A M O U N T N H W S SHOWS AT 7 S: U I'. Mauldin's "Up Front." Tom Ewell portrays Willie and David Wayne his foxhole buddy, Joe. Italian actress Marina Berti heads the film's large supporting cast. WED., AUG. 20 SAT., AUG. 23 IOWA'S WQHOER SHOW PLAGE NO. SHORE · CIEAR LAKE. IA. FRI., AUG. 22 Bob His Hillbillies SUN., AUG. 24 Chuck Eddy SUN., AUG. 31 Neal Hefti and Frances Wayne r lii West of Mason Clly T O N I T E T H U R S D A Y 2 Show* .Mehllr, K i l n or C l e a r Sunday Official "Opening Day" for State Prep Drills BOONE Even though it's a Sunday, Aug. 24 is the official 'opening day" of football practice or Iowa high schools. The Iowa High School Athletic \ssociation said Tuesday that the late is set forth in the organiza- ion constitution and cannot be, jhangcd. Schools may issue e q u i p m e n t and ijivc physical e x a m s before that l a t e but fall drills may not start until Aug. 24 or later. .^7 U H . w , \r NOW SHOWING Bold as Robin Hood! Daring as Don Juan! rwc. Fight Results [U Cl.c Asincl.ileil !*rrit N K W A K K , N . J . -- T c i a i Ontriiilcx. l,V!',i. I.TI',5. M . i t H i v . i n . N . J . , K. J'O'rTSVIl.I.i:. 1 - n , -- I l i i r r r Dc|iuly. I I . ' , I ' c i l t M ' l l l r . k n i . c k r i l out .Illckcy llnhncs. I l l ) , N e w V n r k . I . COIOR »N MHO ASIISIS PICIURJ Plus -- This Co-Feature was an AMIRICJUNI Jack Coombs, who this year coached his last Duke University ;iaseball twim, pitched and won .he longest g a m e in the history ofi .he A m e r i c a n League--2-1 innings; betwceir the Athletics and Kcd Sox.I A Double Feature Program Tha Intrigues You With Fast Action And Romance! Kaillll] 7-1. U u h i c v i|.;t. T r r r r H a u t e ti. K e n k u k '^. U . 7, I l u r l l M K t o i i I, K v n n s v l l l e . .", l|u:ul C i t i e s 1. TWO POINTS S A V E D DETROIT (,!·)--Bob Miller, Detroit Lions' rookie tackle from V i r g i n i a , says his most thrilling plays happened in/ Ihc same ball game. He blocked two attempts for extra points by the opposition. The University oC Florida had the best baseball record in its his-' tory (his season wilh 23 wins; against ·! losses. Mason City's Best and Finest Theater -NOW- Barbara STANWYCK Paul DOUGLAS Robert RYAN Marilyn MONROE .. Br vj NIGHT CHILDREN UNDER 1 2 Y E A R S . . . Color By Technicolor Mason City One Day Only -- . 3 8 P.M. FAIRGROUNDS WED., AUG. A 1.1. A11OAIII) l-'Oll FUN F R E E R I D E S ON THE MINIATURE STEAM T R A I N SPONSORED BY SAM R A I Z E S DEPT. STORE AND R O Y A L CROWN COLA bora ? Thursday Night 6:30 to 9 Why not let yourself in for a real eating rrear? Plan a party or come alone. . . . Eat all you can!! V.F.W.Club 1 3 1 5 4th Sr. S. W. ALSO F R E E K I D D I E Z O O AND KIDDIE P L A Y G R O U N D --BOX O F F I C E O P E N S AT 6:30-- Now Showing ( T H R U T H U R S D A Y ) Continuous Daily After 1:00 --SOc 'Til! 5:00-- tiiey couldn't push around! JOHN ARCHER DOUGLAS DICK witK JEAN WILIES MAURA MURPHY A COLUMBIA PICTURE Phone 770 CLUB 1308 N o r t h Federal "A Veterans Club of Quality" B E G I N N I N G WEDNESDAY Dick Waiwaiole's Famous Rhythmic Islanders Taking You on a Direct Trip to Beautiful Hawaii with the Music of the Islanders FOUR SOLO AND HARMONY VOICES PRIMITIVE SAMOAN RHYTHMS T A H I T I A N C H A N T S ,, Dance Music , . . J a z x Pops . . . Humor . . . Action ' OUR FOOD IS FINE - ~ ' ~ " 7 To Be an AMVET is a personal asset ---- Join Now IOVE, LAUGHS AND LEARNING * TERRIFIC HEW E D I T I O N W I T H T H E I L L U S T R I O U S SCREEN, RADIO AND TELEVISION STAR -- "MR. CIRCUS" HIMSELF CLYDE BEATTY =!?» G R E A T C O N C O I L E A N O DANCING. TUMBLING, SOMER- SAULTINC TOREADOR OF THE TIGHT WIRE. 3-HERDS OF ELEPHANTS-3 INCLUDING THI SMALLEST f!ABY ELEPHANT ON EXHIBITION WITH ANY CIRCUS. 56 OUTSTANDING NEW FEATURES ltd. Scats and A dm. Ticket* On Sale Shntr Day Only at Ford I f n p k f n s Druir Store. Same Trkes A» At Show ROBERT CLARKE · HBTOR PAIVA MARVIN IUPLHM · SITA MORCHO LICK BtUkSCO A REPUBLIC PICTURI TRY A G-G CLASSIFIED AD! M /WDTIP the new Screen Sensation turn lo -^°["" s Generation! m STERLING-MOM REENIN I Plus: Color Cartoon - Band Act - News Coming Saturday! · twang In hlc Joke, a twtnkl* in hit eye] THE STORY OF WILL ROGERS WIIIROGERS, R JANEWYMAN fOGIKANIOR

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