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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

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10 Aug. 25, Mason Oily Clobe-Gatrtle, Musou Cilj. I*. Charles City Prep Grid Champs Face 9-Game Schedule CHARLES CITY--Head Football Conch Truman Manship and tl Charles Ctiy High School grid let- term en started preparations Monday for a 9-game schedule and defense of the Northeast Iowa Conference title won by the Cornets in 1952 Carl Blackburn, guards; J a c k I'roge, center; Harry Smith, Boh Albcrtson, Sonny Tgiros and Duane Trojje, backs. The schedule: Sept. 12--St. Augustine, Austin, V\inn., here. Sept. 19--Cedar Falls, hero. Sept. 26--Osage, Ihore. Oct. 3--Decorah, there. Oct. 9--Oelwein, here (Thursday). Oct. 17--Cresco, here. Oct. 2-1--Mason City, there. Oct. 31--Now Hampton, there. Nov. 7--Waverly, hero, 1951. The Comets will open against St. Augustine of Austin, Minn., Sept. 12. Besides the a n n u a l Mason City contest at Mason City Oct. 2-1, the Comets will play seven conference games. Waverly will close the '52 campaign here Nov. 7. 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T, I l\r.r- i. N r w V o r k , -.I. STOI.F.'V IIASCS -- Jenirn. W.thliitt(in, 1 7 1 M l n o s o , C h l c ^ c o , *nil K l i z u l o , N e w V f . r k , n. I ' l T C I I I N O -- C o n s i i e r r a . W a s l i l i u t o n , S O . I.OOUl S h a r i U . r h l l n i l e l l l l i U , rM. . A l i i . K T K I K K . O U T B -- I ' l e r c e , t : h l c a ( O , l . ' l l K r y n u M n , Now A'urli. l'.*:i, N A T I O N A L r . K A C l l l r . H A T T I N G -- .Mii'UI. St. l.ouU. .ili'jl K l u i l O i v i k l . C h i r l n n A l l , .:!1H. K U N S H A T T K I ) I N -- S a u e r , C l l l c a f o . 10H I Thomson. N t w V o r k . H7. I 1 O U H I . K S -- M c h o r n i l l c n i l . St. I.nnU. :!J; S n u e r , Chicago, anil A % b h u r n . r h l U U e l t i h l k , " T K r i ' f . K S -- T l i u i i m o i i . N e w V u r k , l O l ICn- uls. ] ' l i l l . i i 1 e l p l i l » . n n i l . S l i t u t h l e r . SI. I. n u l l . H. I 1 O M K I l l I N S -- Siiuer, C h l c a t o , 3 I | K l - ner. 1'ltt.itiurgh, "H, S'CIK.UN ll.\Si:S-- l l r f r . U r o u k l J H , 'J I ; J r l h r o e , I t o n l u n . ;!D. I l l N f l -- Hoc. Ilrnokljin. 10-1. MW. l l l a e k , llroukljn. 10-i. .(t:i;l. S ' l ' I I I K K O t l T S -- S n a l l l l , I l l i l n l i , l.tDl .Ml- icll, H I . l.mils, 111). Movie Revie'ws-- Looks Like, Acts Like Will Rogers It would seem strange 1o Will Rogers Jr., that he is enacting his own father in "The Story of Will Rogers" at the Palace, if it wasn't 'or the fact that for years people have told him t h a t he looks and acts like his famous dad. People still stare at him on the streets and in public places a though they were seeing a ghost THEATERS AT A GLANCE CECIL--"Someiblni to Live For" no i h o w l n f . PALACE--"The Story of W i l l llogtri" no STHANn--".Montana Territory" anil "The 1'icr That T h r l l l i " cln«c M o n d a y . "Hour fnr Clly" anil "Doclor Takes a Wife' u l a r t Tuesday. B A N D H O X -- " S u n d a y Afternoon" a n d "Follow the Sun" nfiw s h u w h l f * L A K E -- " l . y d l a fiallty" closn Monday "The W i l d .Vorlh" s t a r t s T u r i d z y . D H I V K - 1 X -- " K l o p e m i r n l " cloie* Monday " U n n e y c h l l e " ana "Let's M i k e II L e g a l ' Tuesday only. and every so often somebody comes up with a handshake and "Yoi must be Will Rogers' son!" His expressions and mannerisms and the warmth of personality, al of which arc like his father's, help him in the technicolor film in which he stars with Jane VVyman as his wife. Looking at Will Rogers Jr., is like a flashback to his f a t h e r , the great CLEAR L A K K-Ecldic Uanc A , mcri "n folk hero Eddie Cantor Hanes, Dakin Win Top Yacht Races at Clear Lake jokes good-natured fun at domestic! oibles and divorce is scheduled at he Drive-In Tuesday. "Let's Make t Legal," presents a trio of stars, Jlaudctte Colbert, Macdonald Carey and Zachary Scott. Co-featured s "Honeychile" with Judy Canova. AT SURF SUNDAY--NealHefti, Irumpter-arranger, a n d h i s vocalist wife, Frances Wayne, will appear with their orchestra at the Surf ballroom in Clear Lake Sunday night. The orchestra features quartet harmony by the Cavaliers, vocal stylings by Frances, and rhythmic dancing music by Neal and his musicians. was the big winner in yacht racing events here over the weekend. He won all three C class events he entered on the Saturday and Sunday racing programs. Chan Dakin was the lone double [ w i n n e r . Dnkin captured the top pot in the Y class a f f a i r s on Sat- irday a n d Sunday. Another racing series Is set for Vednesday. The next big racing Sale is scheduled for the Labor Day weekend regatta next Satur- lay, Sunday and Monday. A busi- ics.s meeting, election of officers ind the n warding of trophies for he season will wind up yacht rac- ng a f f a i r s for 1052. S A T U R D A Y H I C S U L T S ! rlau -- I. K O d l c Ilnnt.%1 'J. .Mlhe S w a l e ; U. S. Doubles Net Team Wins Over Aussie Cup Stars CHESTNUT .HILL, Mass. UVA m c r i c a n tennis slars decided Monday t h n t a "pickup" team and the right combination of aggressive p l a y might, enable them to l i f t the Davis Cup from A u s t r a l i a . The U. S. regained a . r 0 per cent interest in its national doubles c h a m p i o n s h i p Sunday when Vic Scixas of Philadelphia and M e r v y n |Rose of Australia whipped Chnm- jpions F r a n k Seijgrium and Ken Me 'Gregor oC Australia, :i-G, 10-8, 10-8, (i-8, 8-6 in the f i n a l . Scixas and Rose never had played logethcr before teaming in the competition here. Scdginiui and McGregor, who are rated the world's best doubles learn, specialize in the A m e r i c a n style "big" game but Sei.xns ant 1 Rose out-smashed them to give the U. S. a share of its own champion ship for the f i r s t t i m e since 1948 'Australia won the title in lSI'J-50-51 i. Jean V n l » » i -- I . Chan D a k l n i '.!. Itnlph llep- orlrs a. lluh S l o y l r v S n i p e c t n s * -- I , M a i t n u * Jiihnsiuu 2 . A l a n t ' n l t m u 3 . lt.y M r K f r . X r l n s s -- I . Janice N e w t o n ; -. l l c u r l c l t a l l e b c l l X Steve M u e l l e r . S U N D A Y M W l N I N f : C c l a n s -- I . K d d l e llanet; ':. M i k e S w a l c i t. J e n n M n R l c r . X c l a n -- I . Handra S w a l e : X. H e n r i e t t a H c b c l : ;t. . I n n l e c N c w l o n . S U N I 1 . V V A K T K K N O O N C i - l a t i -- I . K i l i l l c I l a n r j ; ·;. S l l k c Sn-alc; V c l a s s -- I . Chan Divkin; ·,,'. Hob K l o y l e s : plays himself in the f i l m . James Gleason, Carl Bcnton Reid and Eve Miller have other important roles. "Something to Live For" at the Cecil is a frank drama about a beautiful and talented actress whose addiction to drink plagues her career, shatters another woman's marriage and drives the man she loves to a tormenting dilemma. With Miss Fontaine cast as the alcoholic, Milland playing the reformed drinker seeking to save her, and Miss Wright portraying his wife, the film traces the anguish and cctasy of three people desperately seeking love and fulfill- m e n t . An underworld attempt to fix a prize f i g h t and a thrilling hunt for a mysterious killer highlight (he action in "Roaring City" at the Strand Tuesday. Hugh B e a u mont, Edward Brophy and Richarc Travis are co-starred. "Doctor Takes a Wife" is co-featured, with Loretta Young and Ray Milland. "One Sunday Afternoon" in tech nicolor is showing at the Band Box Dennis Morgan, Dorothy Malone Don DeFore and Janis Paige are co-starred. The co-feature is "Fol low the Sun," the story of Ben Hogan. "The Wild North,", adventure drama starring Stewart Grange and Wendell Corey, with Cyd Char issc, starts at the Lake Theate Tuesday. The picture is in Anscc Color. A bright shiny comedy whicl I. Hoy l l c r r l c . X c l a s s -- 1 . ( i n r t l n i i N n H t o n i ; t . l l c u r l n u Hcbcl. K n i i t s n n i 2 . J a n i c e Minor League Scores I N T E R N A T I O N A L L E A G U E l l u r f u l i i IJ. Tnrmiln 7. U i i c h e s U r I D . Syracuse. 7. M n n t r c A l t, S p r l n c f l c l i l 2. ( l t t n « a :i. HallhiKirr ". ( I I I n n i n g s ) . A M K K I C A N ASSOC1ATIOS M l l i v a u k c c LM.i. L m i l i v l l l e l-l). St. P a u l ' I-;, C h a r l e s t o n ·;.(). i M I m i c a p o l l v 7-S. Columbus G-.". l i i ( I I . i i i \ i i o l l ^ 1 1 - 7 . K:mii* C l l y 1-9. P A C I F I C COAST I . K A U L ' i : I ' n r l L i i n l I N I . l.o^ A n g e l e s :!-';. S e a t l l c li-^. O.Tkl.TlliI ^-2. H n l t . T H - o n d :·[. San lk|;n '-I-'J. S.xn K r a n c l s c o 7-7, S a c r a m e n t o 0-3. WKSTi:UX L E A C i L ' E Lincoln 1(1. W l c h l U .*. t l e n v e r li, I» A I n l n e s :!. Pueblo 7. Omnh^ 5. Slnu.\ C'lty 7. Ci'lorulo Sprtnjcs S, ' · r i l K K U - I l . K A O U E T e r r e t l A i i t e 111, O u l n c y I. t l u i l l n s ; l " n r. K v a n s r l l l c I. K e o k u k (i. W a t e r l o o li. Q u a i l rlllrs I-S. C e d a r Uaphl.s l.'J. Cleveland Benches Shortstop Boone WASHINGTON (.!·)--In the inids of a hot pennant race, Cleveland M a n a g e r A l L o p e z Monday benched shortstop Hay Boonc for perhaps the r e m a i n d e r of the sea- Saying t h a t Boone's "confidence is .shattered," Lopez announced j [that George Strickland, recently) acquired f r o m Pittsburgh, now is Cleveland's regular shortstop. j j Lopez also announced Unit his;[ regular right fielder, H a r r y S i m p - l .son, is p l a y i n g now on probation because of lisllc.ss fielding. i lioonc c o m m i t t e d two errors I 'Sunday to allow Washington to: j score six unearned runs. MASON CITY One Day Only -- 3 8 P.M. Fairgrounds WED., AUG. ; V I S I T O R S AT R A K E j R A K E -- L t . Conuir. and Mrs. W i l - j ;liarn Morris a n d M a r g a r e t of \Vnu-! j k c g a n , 111., arrived for a visit w i t h ! 'her p a r e n t s , Mr. and Mrs. J. T.! I l l a u s e n . They will vi.sit his m o t h e r , I Mrs. Lily Morris, at Great · Kails,] i M o n t . , cnroutc to San Diego. Calif.. I where Lt. Comdr. Morris will be: j stationed nt the naval hospital.! Joining them for n v i s i t al the par-i l e n t a l home t h i s week are her sis-| itcrs, Mr. itnd Mrs. Leonard Schnci-i idcr, Robert, Jerry, M i c h a e l of \ Prairie du Sac, \Vis.. and Mr. and ;Mrs. \Vnync Is'icth and J u d i t h of [Independence. Phone 17 FREE DELIVERY 1'iio.vi: 7.1 -- er.EAK LAKE ENDS MON. WDIJ" D A L E ROBERTSON ANNE FRANCIS TECHNICOIOR TUES.. WED., THURS, Danger Trail Thru Froien Wilds! ANSCO COLOR awrt GRANGER · v«i COREY ·wCHARISSE PLUS -- Cartoon and Specialty "Real Miss America' Late News Mat. Wed. at 2 p.m. Maioii City's Hot Finest Theater and leased. Dr. Fox is in Cleveland to observe surgical work. He flew home Saturday. Floyd County 4-H Officers Elected CHARLES CITY--Floyd County 4-H members elected Bill Fluhrer, Route 1, president of the Floyd County 4-H committee. Fluhrer sue ceeds Marvin Huxsol. Other offi cers elected were: Arnold Voclker, Route 3,' vice president; Lester Bil- tiarz Jr., Colweil, secretary; Mar ilyn Hillis, Floyd, treasurer; and Donald Bortz, Rudd, rcpo.rter. The election was held at the 1952 Jun ior Livestock Show at the sales barn near Charles City. New offi cers for the coming year take of fice in October. NOW SHOWING olUSi COLO* y TEC H N i c OLO R m PLUS I N J U R E D I N OHIO CHARLES CITY -- Dr. Ray A. Fox of Charles City, suffered a minor cut on his forehead when he missed a step and fell while entering a hotel in Cleveland, 0. He was treated at a hospital and re- The Love Story of Valerie and n Hogaa ~ NOW -- Every Woman Will Want to See If... ESPEOAItY IF SHE HAS LOVED IN SECRET! Child. Under 12 Years lOc Anytime COMING SOON ·ENDS MONDAY CLIFTON WEBB IN "ELOPEMENT" TUESDAY-"BUCK NIGHT 1 --2 BIG HITS-- "KRIB GOES TO THE DRIVE-IN" EVERY TUESDAY BOX O F F I C E O P E N S AT 6:30 AND -- -- i E V E R Y NIGHT BEFORE SHOW F R E E R I D E S on the MINIATURE STEAM TRAIN Sponsored by SAM RAIZES DEPT. STORE and ROYAL CROWN COLA In Technicolor "Montana Territory" with Lon McAllister Plus "The Pace That Thrills" 2 DAYS ONLY 2 DAYS ONLY Tuesday Wednesday --Continuous Shows Daily After 1:00 P. M.--50c 'Till 5:00-- A L A U G H I N G C U R E - A L L ! PLUS--THIS UNUSUAL He'd do anything for a doll... AND MASON CITY CLEAR LAKE STARTS THURSDAY Canfd. D a l l y A f t e r 1:00 :'. M. STARTS FRIDAY M a t i n e e :il 'J:0fl p.m. S*t. - Sun. - Moil. ^ v "- : ^ K ---^ ; )^^ x ^ DENTIST PRACTICE L I M I T E D TO PLATE WORK 302 SOUTH FEDEHAL. Mason City* KOftRRUPIDS OES MOIN SIOUX CITY GIGANTIC RAILROAD SHOW HEW STAR STUDDED EDITIOH WITH THE WORLD FAMOUS STAR OF S C R E E N . 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