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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 30 1936 GAZETTE S BOW-LEGS ADDED TO GOLF HAZARD Knickers Are Coming Back, Whether You Like It or Not, During Season. By EDDIE BKIETZ Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK, Jan. 30. IS")--Knickers are coming back in golf and you bow-legged fellows may as well make up your minds to like it . . . the 1936 knickers will be less baggy than the old plus fours, but they'll be knickers just the same. For the die hards there'll be an innovation known as "knickerslacks" . . they are slacks amputated be- 3ow the 'knee or knickers without a gathering belt or buckle to fasten them to the leg ... you used to call them knee pants. Looks like Jimmy Isaminger was right when he predicted the Athletics would start the season with one good home plate . . . they say Nathan Mann, New Haven, youngster, can't miss going places as a. iheavy . . . Ford Smith is his latest victim and he's no slouch . . . what do you think of Maj. Ralph Basse's proposal to widen the football field to 200 feet? * * * King Levinsky is trying to promote a. fish cleaning and scaling contest on the coast . . . the king may be no great shakes as a fighter, but give him a knife and he'll show you what to do with those "frash fish" . . . patriotic citizens of Stratford, Ont., once offered Howie Morenz, the hockey star, $1,000 to remain an amateur . . . Bill Cox, Norfolk' sports ed, is coming to town for the baseball writers" dinner. Hank Bath wasn't the only loser when Billy Treest beat him thÂ« other night . . . Popper Jacob sold two carloads of his California sheep on the Chicago market and bet most of the dough bn Hank . . . Hooray for the Dodgers for making Johnny Gorman business manager . . . You can't call that a daffy deal . . . The Braves are trying to find a spot for Rabbit Maranville. Barney Ross, paid $1,725 for lick- Ing Lou Halper, now is only $98,275 shy of the 5100,000 goal he set for himself this year . . . Norman bright, California miler, will fly here Saturday for the Millrose games . . Then fly back in time to resume teaching duties Monday morning . . It. happened a long time ago; but movies of the Ohio State-Note Dame, game, which the Irish won 18-13 by scoring 12 points in the last two months, still are going strong . . . Three sets Of the film are going around . . . but they can't begin to meet the demand. A crowd of 6,000 braved a 20 below blast to welcome home St. Paul's young Jack Gibbons ; . . Â·whereupon, Jack tried so hard he fought his worst fight . . . and got his second licking in 68 bouts. Second Annual Tourney Planned by Jaces With Capital as Meet Center DES MOINES, Jan. 30. UP--The second annual Iowa A. A. U. basketball tournament, sponsored by the state Junior Chamber of Commerce, will be held In Des Moines Feb. 27 and 28. Four district tournaments to qualify teams for the finals will be played at Waterloo, Spencer, De: Moines and a city to be named for the southwest district. Dates for the preliminary meets are Feb. 17 to 24 Charles Allward of Des Moines, supervisor of the tournaments, said entries may be filed at Junior Chamber of Commerce headquarters in any of the tornament cities. Southwestern teams may file entries at the Des Moines Chamber. lowan's Appointment Is Heralded as West Claim for Leadership of Grids MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 30. OP)-The northwest chipped in today with a definite claim to football guidance for the east. Engagement of Marshall Wells, former Minnesota star tackle, and native of Marshalltown, Iowa, as Yale'3 line coach, was seized on by football circles here as clinching evidence, added to previous developments of that sort. Less than three years out of college, with his coaching feet barely under him through line tutoring at Iowa State college. Wells goes east in the footsteps of several others from Minnesota. Braves Looking for New Handle, Watch Fan Mail BOSTON, Jan. 30. UP)--The baseball club with the longest name is going to put its title--the National league baseball club of Boston--on the chopping block. But the erstwhile Braves, by whatever name, remain the same old team. Their .1936 roster, in today's mail, proves it. Several thousand new names, one of which is Bronchos, have been submitted for the consideration of a committee of writers. The lucky nicknamer will be awarded two 'season passes for all games played on the premises at 32 Gaffney street, once known, as Braves field. Hitchcock Out of Match With Britons--Probably NEW YORK, Jan. 30. LT--Tommy Hitchcock, Jr., has declared himself out of the international (Westchester cup) polo competition in England next summer, making room for California to be represented again by Eric Pedley. As it's a man's prerogative just as much as a woman's to change his mind, the United States Polo association would gladly welcome the Long Island veteran as a last minute addition should he suddenly discover he can spare two months from his brokerage business. RADID GUIDE RADIO'S BIGGEST PROGRAM PUBLICATION neiwn Honey"?? 11 iRontancel *How EDDIE CANTOR Prepares His Radio Broadcasts *When KING EDWARD VIII Played the Drums for Hal Kemp * Pictures of MAJOR BOWES Amateurs NOTICE! 14 pages of program listings -- the whole week's programs in advance--foe all your favorite Stations, local and national, every boor, every day.... Most complete published! ; ; ; Time tables of news and sports broadcasts. ; ; ; Contests on the air. . i . Advance short- wave programs and news. : ; : Questions and answers about Radio Stars. Many other big features and stories about radio programs and personalities . . . Radio News . . . Studio Gossip . . . Rotogravure Picture Section of Radio Stars at work and play. : . . A new, itnprwed Radio Guide--Bigger aad Better! Wfll doable your radio enjoyment; lOe-AT ALL NEWSSTANDS RADID GUIDE THE NATIONAL WEEKLY rf PROGRAMS ind PERSONALITIES CLARION TAKES ATHLETIC MEET Independent Wrestlers Earn Good Margin Over Cresco in Match at Clarion. ' CLARION, Jan. 30.--The Clarion Athletic club defeated Cresco's Athletic club in a wrestling match before a packed hall here last night, 26 to 6, winning close margins in all but the 118 pound and 165 pound matches. Hanson, Cresco state high school champion in 1935, won from Collins in the opening match, with a 3:07 advantage, and Nichols, another prep champion of last season, decisioned Poundstone, a 1931 high school star with Clarion, in the 165 pound contest. Lyle Morford, former Olympic wrestler, threw Bateman. state high school 135 pound champion in 1935. with a facelock and crotch, in a fast exhibition of top-notch wrestling Â·technic. Laurel Morford, Clarion 145 pounder, used the same hold to toss Novak of Cresco. Wilson, former Cornell wrestler, had too much experience for Gazell in the heavyweight match and threw the Cresco man in 2:04. Lily White, Golden Glove champion of South Dakota and Burch, both from the CCC camp here, put on a fast boxing bout. THE SUMMARY. 118--Hanson (Cr) dcelMonrd ColllnH (C) 3:07. 1"5--Strevcr (C) ovctimc decision, Hflhve.K I C r l . 1.15--L. Morford (C) thretf Batemnn (Cr) Â«:40. 145--r,n. Morfwrd C thmv Novak (Cr) 3:5.1. 166--Hill (C) threw Jones (Cr) 3:40. 165--Pt'lcholfl Cr) dectsloncd Poundstone (CD 2:00. 176--Walsh (C) decisioned .McDermott (Cr) 4:01). Heavy--Wilson (C) threw Gnwll (CD 2:04. Parsons Stays in Front in Iowa Conference List OSKALOOSA, Jan. 30. (.B--Parsons college stayed out in front in the Iowa conference basketball race by dropping Penn college, 45 to 34. here last night for its fourth straight circuit victory. The Wildcats got an early lead and kept a 10 point margin most of the game. Steneker, guard, scored 18 points for Parsons, and John McCormick, Penn forward, increased his conference scoring lead with 15 points. Kensett High School Is Firmly in Second Notch KENSETT. Jan. 30.--The Kensett high school cagers strengthened their hold on second place in the Cerro-Worth conference Tuesday night when they defeated Ventura 25 to 17 on the iatter"s floor. It was the seventh win of the year for the Kensett club. The Kensett seconds defeated the Ventura seconds 20 to 15 in a preliminary. Youth Reigns Over World of Cue Experts in Match NEW YORK, Jan. 30. (~P--Youth, n the person of Edward Charles Rogers of Glen Cove, N. Y., reigned over the amateur pocket billiard world today. Rogers, only 24 year old and competing in' his first major tournament, wrested the national championship from 57-year-old J. Howard Shoemaker, the defending champion, last night by winning the deciding match of the title 'tourney, 125 to 42 in 18 innings. Rake High Cagers Lose and Win in Hard Scrap RAKE, Jan. 30.--Rake high school basketball teams split a doubleheader with the Rodman teams here. The local girls won a 20 to 15 victory while the Rodman boys won a hard fought game, 30 to 26. Rodman defeated Emmetsburg last week and expected an easy victory, but the locals fought the visitors on even terms. Milford Sportsmen Help Feed Starving Pheasants MILFORD, Jan. 30. Â«Â·--Milford sportsmen have contributed $iO to buy corn to feed pheasants, faced with starvation because of the snow and cold, through the co-operation of mail carriers, farmers and the Gull Point State Park custodian. Hundreds of pheasants have died in this vicinity. Mitchell, Plymouth See Defensive Fight in Tilt MITCHELL, Jan. 30.--Mitchell's basketball team defeated Plymouth here 20 to 12, to win its ninth straight victory in a battle of defenses. Martykan stood out for Mitchell, scoring seven points, while Helmer was outstanding for Plymouth. Mitchell seconds lost to Plymouth by a 19 to 1" score. Swea City Wins Double Victory in Elmore Mix SWEA CITY, Jan. 30.--Swea City iigh school defeated Elmore, Minn., nere 37 to 21. The second team defeated Elmore 24 to 16. HOCKEY By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS CAKAnlAN-AMF-BICAS rrnvldenrr* 4; Boston 3, PhllÂ«drlplilÂ» Â«: SprinitlrM J. A M E R I C A N ASSOCIATION' St. Paul 4; Tnlsa 3 (overtime). BOWLING C1TV IJiAGI'K INTERNATIONAL MOTOIl TRUCKS PlB.vers-- 1st Hull KIR Thflsrn 160 IV*Ikrr 100 Johnson 17.1 Stascberjr 109 2nd JUS 505 Â·til 14S 146 636 6.11 S70 404 4RÂ« Actual Pins 855 904 83S 2834, 878 Hnndlcnp 61 61 61 133 61 IOTAL PINS 953 905 889 2817 939 MOOSE IXOIOS Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd To. Av. Shannon 223 J. Humphrey 184 Clausen 141 H. Humphrey 166 Elstud 191 102 165 163 166 313 618 627 467 451! 697 Artiml Pins BOS 918 833 2655 8K5 Handicap 7(1 70 70 J l d TOTAL I'lSS 975 1188 902 2865 955 HO.MKN'S l.EAÂ«l' P. K. LUNDBERO * Plnyirs-- !Â«' \Viilsnak J52 94 BamlH-r 1.17 Srhf mmer 148 Strphan 129 Arliml Pins Handicap ......... 689 *" I To. [ 43!) I 343 I 432 ! 423 I 399 I 21)42 i 249 TOTAL PINS "M 189 730 32111 STVLE SHOPPE rlayern-- lÂ»t 2nd Glcnx MacGmvan 93 120 nlt*lcr . . . . 17 9.1 Dim 100 iTM Erlckson 101 129 3rd 123 141 107 inn mo Actual Pin, Handicap . . . . . . . . . . . 457 . 101 671 1579 84 280 TOTAL Pl.VS 858 652 655 1805 Players-- Ynnda . . . . . . Slick H. GlanvlllB Srel . . . . . . . . Jones M1CKEV MOUSE 1st . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1 6 ............. 157 104 )59 97 2nd 3rd To. 375 433 345 113 408 1(12 348 137 101 91 Acloal Pin, (1.13 722 .144 If99 Handicap 102 '"- "" 3n " TOTAL PINS 73.1 824 616 2205 FLORI.MEL BEAVTY SHOP rlnyrrs-- lÂ«l 2nd 3rd Tn. R Hall 143 112 14(1 3911 Faktor J32 162 1(1.1 399 Ballt.v Rushccn, Zwememan . 134 12S 106 388 , 9t in!) 10,-S 30S 143 112 12!) 384 Actual Pin, Â«3 fi=3 SKI 1R.11 Handicap 139 139 131) 417 TOTAL TIXS l8^"^2 724 2268 GOLF 4 COUNTRV CIXB l,t 2nd 3rd Tn. Players- Jan'lresltr Mnravec Doe Ijerry . . Actual Pins . . . Handicap . . . . . .. 112 1115 .. 100 100 1(10 .. 78 11)3 91) 101) 100 100 .. 121! 1JI 109 .. 51(1 539 48S . . fl.1 9.1 9fl TOT4.L PINS Â«H 834 .180 DIAMOND BL'TTF.R BREAD Players-- 1" Jnd 3r1 jl Hall 111 "3 124 Cookman UÂ» Â«' Â»' Bernfman IS" Â«Â« Â« Shancr 120 154 1.13 E. Glanvllle Ii3 137 104 Actual PlÂ»Â« 801 699 802 Handicap 78 78 76 TOTAL FIXS 877 775 678 I DEMSOX BOWLING GP. Pabst 39 tamer's 3ii HnmirCs 39 pln-O'Nell 39 Ideal Laundry 38 Denlson 36 P. G. and E 39 Jl. C. B. and I. Co 39 2,1,1 1825 Tn. 371 384 3.1R 427 364 1902 IDEAL LAU.NDRV ..Playere-- 1st 2nd 3rd To. 25 202 178 505 62 133 161 446 28 139 150 417 17 141 120 378 40 134 177 451 Masoon ............... D. (Vllklns ............. Handicap .............. 85 R5 85 255 TOTALS ............ 757 834 8612152 HAMM'S BEER Players -- 1st 2nd 3rd To, Cnnnlnsham .......... 140 1Â«7 174 481 Elioff ................ 1.18 189 171 518 ZaJIWk ............... 211 125 138 472 Walsh ... ............. 161 135 167 463 Bell .. ................ 217 177 169 563 Handicap .......... . . . . 76 76 76 228 TOTALS ............ 963 869 8932725 LARNEBS Players-- 1st B. Smith -. 150 H. Cookman 185 G. Smith 148 R. Smith 115 J. Cookman 177 Handicap 85 3rd 153 109 182 136 177 85 TOTALS 860 894. 64; 2596 P. G. i T.. Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd To. Henderson 152 J'Y 104 376 BerBln 113 14.1 149 417 GallOEly 153 l:H 147 431. Xoilterbonr 14G 113 133 392 Collolon 119 138 141. 398 Handicap ISO 150 150 450 TOTALS 845 797 824 2464 CHAPIN-O'SEII. Players -- ~ H. Hanson ........ . . . . . 138 2nd 135 'eve . . ................ 153 180 F. Cordle .............. 150 163 Shatter ................ 114 165 A. Hanson ............ 151 1FO Handicap .............. 83 83 3rd Tn. 143 416 lf)3 526 123 436 1.43 423 175 506 83 249 TOTALS ............ 789 DOB 8662555 PABST Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd To. Burns ................. 216 204 159 579 Powers ...... . ......... 174 144 148 466 SKC .................. 125 154 162 441 Resse ................. 2W 178 194 684 EanClalre ............. 188 202 18.1 575 Handicap . . . . . . . . . ..... 45 45 45 13.1 TOTALS ............. 960 927 893 2780 .M. C. B. T. CO. Players -- 1st 2nd 3rd Tn. Fjelstad ........ . . . . . . . 141 171 201 513 Vance ... ............. . 123 l.lfi 131 410 lljer . . . . . . ..... ... ____ 100 132 1 1 7 349 Brown . . . . ____ ... ____ .. 121 141 148 410 \Vasner ......... Â· ...... 108 137 135 3Rn Handicap .............. 113 1 1 2 1 I J T.36 ROAD BUILDING MANAGER DIES Funeral for Kughn, Victim of Pneumonia, Will Be Held at Dows. DOWS. Jan. 30.--Albert David Kughn, 43. died at his home early Wednesday. He had been in fajling health lor years, but continued his work as manager of road donstruc- tion. His crew excavated for the new addition to the schoolhouse and he helped work on the boilers. He was stricken with pneumonia for only a few days. Mr. Kughn was the son of Joseph and Emma Kughn, who were among the earliest of the prioneers of this community. He leaves his wife. Mrs. Olga Sporra Kughn. and four stepchildren. Oscar, Fred, Lena and Carl Sperra, ail of Dows. He leaves two sisters, Mrs. R. M. Meyer and Mrs. O. A. Echelberger of Dows. and one brother. Charles Kughn of Hampton. Also there are two half sisters and a half brother. The funeral will be held Friday afternoon at the Halvorson funeral home, the Rev. R. A. Brough, preaching the funeral. Bode Tigers Beaten, But Keep Top Spot of League as Luverne Wins Contest BOONS VALLEY STANDINGS Bodp . . . . GotdrlrM Rrnwlrk . I.nverne . ronvith . JJvcrmore IVt. TP. 1 .R:i:t 182 2 -BUT 1'7 .1 ..inn I4;i 3 ..inn 151 .. i 3 .-ton 1M 0 * .Ml) 88 OA.MES THIS \\KEK Gnldflrlri at I.nvpm* 1 . I,Urmir? ftt Rriuvlck. Bode nt Corwllh. GOLDFIELD, Jan. 30.--The Bode Tigers who suffered their first defeat of the season last Saturday evening, when Luverne invaded the Bode court and won 26 to 22, continue to lead the Boone Valley conference with a record of 5 wins and 1 loss. Madsen Announces Warning About Stolen Crows' Feet Warning was issued Thursday by the Iowa Conservation commission, through Hans Madsen, Mason City sportsman, that the feet of 15,000 crows killed in Oklahoma had been stolen and were being offered to states and counties which give bounties on crows. The Oklahoma birds were killed by dynamite, under the supervision of the Oklahoma conservation commission, and the feet cut off and stolen before the birds were picked up. Madsen also cautioned drivers to watch for pheasants along the road, and give the birds, many of" which are feeding on the highways, a chance to get away from their automobiles. Cribbage Players Meet in Eagle Grove Tourney EAGLE GROVE, Jan. 30.--Two cribbage tournaments were held at the Broadway Cafe, one on Tuesday night for men, and one on Wednesday afternoon for women. At the former, high score was won by Forrest Christensen, and low by Joe C. Smith. At the women's tournament, high score was won by.Mrs. A. L. Blomquist, second by Mrs. Mary Doyle, and third by Miss Vera Blomquist. Mrs. Blomquist and Mrs. Doyle were tied, and in the playoff Mrs. Blomquist won. There were 8 players in each tournament and 10 games were played. 1WUNI AT IOWA. IOWA CITY, Jan. 30. W)--Illinois will be the 1936 homecoming football opponent for the University of Iowa on Oct. 17, the first time the Illini have played here since dedication of the Hawkeye stadium in 1929. The teams played a 7 to 7 tie that year. CHARITY EXPERTS. AMES. Jan. 30. UD--Iowa State basketball players have made 71.4 per cent of their attempts from the free throw'line in their nine games this season. Capt. Torvald Holmes is the ace of the squad, sinking 22 out of 26 shots. Opponents have made exactly 50 per cent of their gratis shots. PHELAN BACK SEATTLE, Jan. 30. W)--Rumors another midwest coach would replace Jimmy Phelan as football mentor at the University of Washington were ended today with the announcement his contract was renewed for another year. Terms were not announced. TOTALS 70S 849 841 2398 BENISOX WRESTLING 3Trt Tn. 4. Cordls . . . . . . . . . . IB.'l 133 !89 48.1 Carnrclc 16,1 152 163 480 Rlnsn, 134 IRS 167 4fii) N. Hnscn 127 110 141 378 M. Dosrn 162 128 141 434 Handicap 92 92 92 276 TOTALS 843 78.1 896 2512 Little Cedar Cagers Meet Snag in Otranto's Court LITTLE CEDAR, Jan. 30.--The high school boys' basketball teams played two fast and close games at Otranto. The scores were: First teams, Otranto 25. Little Cedar 24; second teams, Otranto 15. Little Cedar 36. The boys will attend the invitation tournament at Mason City. By THE ASSOCIATED PRKSS ST. l.OUIS--Dnnno O'Mahonpy, 22S. Ireland, (llrriv F.d (Strnnjclrr) LÂ«wl*, 24R. Glendnlc, Cat., 35:00. TRENTON. N. -I.--Â·I"f Savoldl, Thrw Oak*. Mtrh., dffralert "Thp Bin* MnÂ«fcrd Marvrl," two out M thrf-e falls. At Mason City T H E A T E R S BJ K. J. r. FOSTER IGNORES GANGLAND BULLETS Audiences will live, breathe and suffer with Preston Foster who plays McCaffrey of 'he New York police force in the film "We're Only Human" at the Cecil Friday only. The swaggering: detective sergeant arouses both admiration and scorn as he ignores the bullets of public enemies, and then gloats over his exploits. It is with confused emotions that Sally Rogers, a newspaper reporter, played by Miss Jane Wyatt, views McCaffrey and his daring forays against crime. "Big Mac," is good newspaper material and good heart interest, too, until a bullet grazes his forehead. Then comes the-man's battle to recover! his nerve and the esteem of the | zirl as well. 0 Â» Â» * Although Errol Flynn has the title role in "Captain Blood," there is a real Captain Blood in the production. Capt. John Blood is an Englishman, six feet four and half inches tall, which makes him a commanding ficure in the pirate part he plays. He is a graduate of Sandhurst, the English West Point, and won his commission as captain in the Royal flying corps in 1917. The motion picture will open a four day engagement at the Cecil starting Saturday. of French and English descent. Her ancestors were among the first settlers of western Florida and her family has been prominent in the political and cultural development of the south since the days of Lord Fairfax. Was educated in FensacoUi public and high schools and later attended the Plant finishing school for girls. Ambitious for a dramatic career, she participated in amateur and school theatricals whenever possible. Later she began to pose for commercial photographers in New York City. Was signed on a long term contract by Columbia and brought to Hollywood to make her debut in "The Case of the Missing Man." CURRENT FEATURES CECIL--Ends Thursday, "Splendor/' Friday only, "We're Only Human." PALACE--Ends Friday, "Stars Over Broadway" and "Case of the Missing Man." STRAND -- Ends Thursday, "Here Conies the Band" and "Dante's Inferno." Starts Friday, "She Gets Her Man" and "The Ivory Handled Gun." STATE--Ends Thursday ".Jalna" and "Superspecd." Starts Friday, "Thunder in the East" and "Kider of the Law." SURVEY STARTED OF RURAL TOWNS Buffalo Center Among 140 Selected for Study by Columbia U. NEW YORK, Jan. 30. (ICN) -Chosen as an experimental subject, Buffalo Center, Iowa, will be among the 140 which will be included in a study of the effects of the depression on the social and economic life of representative American agricultural -villages and their trade areas, to be conducted by Columbia university here, it was announced today. The survey will be in charge of Dr. Edmund D. Brunner, professor of education at Teachers' college, who has conducted two previpua investigations involving Buffalo Center, the last one in 1929-30. in connection with President Hoover's committee on social trends. ABOUT J. MELTON AND JOAN PEKKY. James Melton, radio star, and Joan Perry, southern deb, make their first appearance in pictures in the twin bill playing through Friday at the Palace. Melton was born in Moultrie, Ga. After finishing high school, he attended the University of Florida, the University of Georgia and finally Vanderbilt university. His college president advised him to abandon law for music, which he did. His first job was with an orchestra, in which he sang, played a saxophone, thrummed a guitar and thumped the piano at various times"Roxy" finally heard him and called him to New York. He has been singing for the radio ever since. His first film production is "Stars Over Broadway." Miss Perry was born in Pensacola, Fla., on July 7, about 20 years ago, Old-Time Dance AVALON BALLROOM Manly, Iowa THURSDAY, JAN. 30 Kelly Bros. ORCHESTRA Admission 25c Coming -- Tuesday, Feb. 4 Grant Moore AND HIS ORCHESTRA Ladies 25e Gents 40c iPALACE "STARS OVER BROADWAY" --and-"The Case of the Missing Man" Starts Saturday: A Riding, Shooting Musical Romance And Edmund Lowe in mpprsonation" American Legion's Armory Dance Saturday, February 1 THREE BIG PRIZES FOR WOMEN 1. Best Modern Dancer (Shampoo, Finger Wave and Electric Manicure) 2. Best Oldtime Dancer (Shampoo, Finger Wave and Electric Manicure) 3. Grand Prize for Best Woman Dancer on Floor (Egyptian Oil Permanent Wave, $7 Guaranteed Value) All Prizes to he Given hy LeModerne Beauty Studio, 212 North Federal Avenue. ADMISSION--AS ALWAYS--ONLY 25 CENTS Candidate for Becorder. NEW HAMPTON, Jan. 30.--Walter N. Crawford, retired New Hampton weekly newspaper publisher, Thursday announced he was a candidate for the republican nomination as county recorder'in the June primary. Mr. Crawford was unsuccessful in 1932 against the incumbent, Miss Pearl McKee, a democrat. A Good Place to Dance S U R F BALL ROOM, CLEAR LAKE SQUARE DANCE Earl Hunt and'His Band FRIDAY 26c MODERN DANCE SATURDAY Â·J-l S. S. Tax J 1 l i C Included 41C ENDS DAVID KAY MANNERS JOHNSON "JALNA" ... . , CO-FEATl'RE NORMAN FLORENCE FOSTER RICE "SUPERSPEED" STARTS FRIDAY '.CHARLES BOYER MERLE OfrERON COOTANION HIT " FIRST SHOWING IN CITY BOB STEELB "RIDER OF THE LAW" CHAPTER 11--"TABZAN" DALE WELCH TO HEAD DUBUQUE U Takes Place of Dr. Zuker, Acting President Since Last Fall. DUBUQUE, Jan. 30. (/T)--Dale D. Welch, former president of the board of directors of the University of Dubuque, has been elected president of the institution, according to an announcement made today. He takes the place of Dr. W. B. Zuker. vice president and treasurer, who has been acting: president since the resignation alst fall of Dr. Paul B. Buchholz. Dr. Zuker will remain as vice president. Succeeding him as president of the board is Edwin B. Lindsay of Davenport. The new president is an alumnus of the school and has been active in civic affairs of Dubuque for many years. DCNt Mill 7HIJ , ME; HeFightsi He Ride*' \\ He Aims . ^ True' Â· - BUCK JCNE* " T H E I V O R Y HANDLED GUN" A WRST Ri:.V PICTURE ZASU PITTS HUGH O'CONNELL In the laughing sensation "SHE GETS HER MAN" 'KOAKING WEST" and NEWS Ends Thursday "DANTE'S INFERNO" "HERE COMES THE BAND" STARTS SAT, AT CECIL THE Rafael Sabatini's World-Famed Adventure Classic! E R R O F L Y N N O L I V I A DEHAVH.LAHD tooo-s moxn YOU DON'T DARE FOLLOW THE REST OF THE CROWD TO THE CECIL EVERY FRIDAY S H O W I N G F R I D A Y ONLY! Guns Bark! Sirens Shriek! Action Galore! f A Hard-Boiled Cop jnd j Girl Reporter Dealing With the Underworld! With PRESTON FOSTER J A N E WYATT JAMES GLEASON Plus "OUR GANG" Comedy "OUR GANG FOLLIES OF 1936" LAST TIMES THURSDAY MIRIAM HOPKINS In "SPLENDOR" If you never have yearned to hit anybody, you never have heard a fat rich man telling 1 how nicely a poor family should get along on .J3.85 a week.--Portland Express. Have you started that new Glohe- Gazettc 'serial story, "With AH My Heart?" You'll he the loser if you don't follow this Sara Christy novel. It appears dally on the market pn K e.