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February 25, 1936

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

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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 25 1936 GLOBE-GAZETTE SPORTS SECTION CATHOLIC BATTLE NEAR TO CLOSING Semifinal 1 Round Faces Teams at Des Moines Dioce- sean Basket Tournament. SEMIFINAL BOUND DowUnff, Des Molacs, vs. St. Peter's, Defiance. St. Francis, Council Bluffs, vs. St. Mary f, Panama. DES MOINBS, C3)--Dowling high of Des Moines, coached by Harry O'Boyle, former Notre Dame athlete, meets St. Peter's of Defiance in the feature game of- the semifinal round of the Des Moines diocesan basketball tournament. St. Francis of Council Bluffs and .St. Mary's of Penama play in the other semifinal contest. Dowling went into the semifinals with a 28 to 22 victory over St. Patrick's of Perry. St. Peter's advanced by trimming Assumption of Granger, 33 to 19. The Council Bluffs entry entered ' the semifinals as a result of its 45 to 18 victory over Boniface of Westphalia, and St Mary's moved along with a 28 to 18 victory over St. Joseph's of Neola. JAYSEElifERS PLAN FOR MATCH Emmetsburg Leaves on Trip to Mason City Tournament to Face Fort Dodge Five. EMMETSBURG--The Emmetsburg Jaysees leave for Mason City Wednesday where they face the Fort Dodge collegians in the first round of the state junior college cage tournament. The local quintet trounced the Dodgers 30 to 12 here last month. By winning again at 'Mason City, the Emmetsburg five will meet Boone at the state tourney. The local team has won eight of its Northwest Iowa junior college conference games, losing two close contests to Northwestern Juniors of Orange City, and one to the Sheldon jaysees. Later in the season, Emmetsburg defeated Sheldon. Coach Elmer Starr said the Emmetsburg collegians are in good condition for the state meet, and he expects to- include Darrah, -. Procbaska, Sullivan, Thacker, Firkins, Kerwick and Van Hoven in the 'Mason City trip. A game scheduled with Estherville Junior college, postponed from last week because of blocked roads, will not be played until after the state tourney, Starr said. The local high school five goes to Milford Tuesday, where the two teams will battle in a Lakes conference tilt. Garner High School Wins in Double Court Contest GARNER -- The Garner high school basketball team defeated Britt in a doubleheader here, 27 to 23 and 19 to 9. Reichmann for Garner and Brooks for Bfitt starred. Rake Beats Thompson as Regular Center Is Gone RAKE--Rake, without its varsity center, won a hard fought overtime basketball game from Thompson, 16 : to 13, while the local girls lost to Thompson, 21 to 8. The Independent basketball tournament scheduled here last week has been postponed until next week. Goodell High School Wins Title in Conference Race by Beating Woden Cagen GOODELL--Goodell high schoo won the Seven Eagles conference basketball race here Monday night beating Woden 47 to 11 In a raggec court contest. We're Proud of the fact that we have made loyal patrons of men who are m o s t exacting i n their w a n t s a n d tastes. The services that make our store a favorite with these men will also make it your favorite. Bros, tN THE HOTEL HANFORD Mason City, Iowa Nine Schools Play in '36 Hancock County Cage Tilt GARNER--The Hancock county basketball tournament will be held at Gamer Friday and Saturday with nine teams participating. High schools represented include Goodell, Klemme, Kanawha, Crystal Lake, Corwith, Hayfield, Woden, Britt and Garner. NEW LEADER SET FOR CAGE GROWN Champion to Be Determined as Week's Schedule Is Run in Northeast Loop. Hnmplon 8 IVavirly ... Nashua .-3(1 .r,61 .Ml .300 .33:1 .125 .000 Crtsco Vinl I'nlnn OPlwdn . · · Chartr* City Dccorah . . . Dsacc Waukon 0 GAMES THIS WEEK Tuesday.. Nashua at Charles City; erased at New Hampton, Friday. Ktuhua at Waverly; Charles City at oel wcln; 'ew Hampton at Dccoruh;' Cresco a 1 QSUKC. NEW HAMPTON--Waverly kept up its stiff pace in the Northeast Iowa conference by trouncing Osage 43 to 20 last week. It was the sixth league victory for the Gohawks. The first place New Hampton team regained its form in a. non-conference game with Cedar Falls, the Chickasaws winning 3i to 19, for thair eleventh victory out of 12 starts. It was the fifth loss for Cedar Falls. Charles City gave Osage its second conference setback in four days, 36 to 13. The Comets have shown surprising form since Lee Paine, rejoined the team. Oelwein gained an even standing by winning from Decorah, 34 to 18. The Vikings trailed throughout. Games this week will assure a new champion. Cresco, last year's winner, cannot finish higher than third position, but the Spartans could eliminate New Hampton if Nashua defeated both Charles City and Waverly. Cresco lost its first game in 19 early this year when the Chickasaws won on the losers' home floor. The three postponed games will not have a bearing on the top stand- ng in the conference. The following Barnes will be . played early in March: Charles City at Decorah, Decorah at Cresco and West Union at Waukon. PROSPECTS GOOD FOR TRACK TEAM J. S. Olympic Athletes Race at World-Beating Speed in Winter Contests. NEW YORK, UP)--The Olympic games in Berlin are five months away but the United States already can take heart in the way its athletes are performing on the boards this winter. Seven world's records have fallen since the indoor season got under way in Madison Square garden Feb 1. With the exception of a new mark for the one mile walk all have been hung up by American candidates for the Olympic team. The greatest individual achievements have been turned in by Eddie O'Brien, the flying Syracuse star. O'Brien, undefeated this year and improving with each race, lowered the listed mark for 500 yards to 57.8 seconds in the New York A C. games and then sent the record for 600 meters tumbling to 1:21 in winning the national championship Saturday. Both were records of long standing. Gene Venzke, the Pennsylvania stylist, joined the record smashing parade when he defeated Glenn Cunningham and won the national 1,500 meter crown in 3:49.9. The old mark of 3:50.5 was made by Cunningham in winning the same event last year Forest City High Wins Close Match With Burt FOREST CITY--Forest City high school's wrestlers won a close meet from Burt, the contest going to the final match before Forest City earned a 19^ to 18% victory. Ar- uckle's fall won the meet for For. est City. THE SUMMARY 8S--Lone B declined Selcl (FC) 4:31. US--Forfeit to Forest City, 11)5--Forfeit lo Burt. 115--Veld (B) declsloned Copeland (KC) 2:21. . 12fi--Peterson (FC) threw Kfddle (B) 3 135--BoIhlnR (B) declsioned Nelson (FC) 4:01. 145--M:iats (FC) declsloned Weinke (B) 3:05. 155--Fraiser B declstoncd Lovlck (FC 1:43. 165--Thurston (FC) and Gramham (B drew, Heavy--Arbuckle (FC) threw Gettira (B) :20. KOZYKQRNERON TOPOFKEGLERS Crane Company Moves Up to Second, Officers Down to Third Notch. CITY LEAGUE Alleys 1-2--Gallagher's pontlacs vs. Tyler-Ryan. 3-4--Moose Lcclon vs. Coca-Cola. 5-G--Blunder's Golden Glow vs. International. 7-8--Stoddard's vs. Standard OH. Kozy Korner, winning three straight games from Decker's Plant, went into first place in the City Bowling league Monday night, while the Crane company won a pair from Hugh Davey and Son to take second place. Decker's Office, losing a pair to the Globe-Gazette, fell to third position. The Old Timer-Northwestern States game was postponed until Wednesday night. Kozy Korner was the high team with 2,855, while Hugh Davey and Son won the rest of the honors with a 1,030 single. C. M. Collins, anchorman of the Daveys, rolled a new record for singles this season when be had a 279 in his second game. The old mark was held at 273 by Judy Tamasi. Bowling Scores Players- Moe . . . Mult . . . Uavcy siinlrcx Collins HL'OH DAVEVAND SOX 2nd . Kill 164 . 11.1 156 . 126 1IU 1K1 20:1 . 202 279 3rit 181 124 1HH 181 166 lot. .114 455 505 C47 Aetual Pins . 7!:t Handicap . . . 67 820 «7 Total Pln» . . 860 1030 887 CBANE COMPANY layers 1st 2nd 3rd rSomery "7 151 O'Dell 189 145 Uunhgens H. V. Hnnsen . 1M Kruninoltz . . . . 247 Bey 183 147 164 174 161 ICO 203 Actual Plrs . 315 Handicap . . 65 Total Pins .. 980 795 65 887 43 2.176 201 Tot. 567 508 151 286 571 574 2597 173 A 189 169 15 143 100 10 865 58 930 3770 823 GLOBE-GAZETTE 1st 16H 172 16.1 145 189 2nd 166 177 167 173 187 3rd 178 157 179 152 139 . 84.1 . 88 850 88 Godfrey iteven* . H. Sack Powell Actual Pins Handicap . . Total ml! . . 931 938 883 DECREE OFFICE Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd ,1 Kaufman . . 177 184 178 L ' fait ..... 168 L! Evenson ... 138 B Dull ..... 144 Tot. 512 506 511 474 515 2.1IIS 264 159 124 135 Tot. 330 470 42.1 458 r.° MacDonaid. 173 151 148 473 Actual Pins . 800 Handicap . . . 105 7.1.1 812 2365 105 105 315 788 10.1 Total Pins .. 905 858 917 2080 893 KOZY KORNE.R 'layers-5. Duncan . . 1. Duncan . . . Ferman \Vm. Dnr.can F. Duncan ... 166 221 166 168 178 Actual Pins . 899 Handicap . . . 69 2nd 173 1R8 146 180 192 859 69 3rd 180 179 ISR 171 202 890 69 Total FUlB . . 968 928 959 DECKERS PLANT '~ SS 519 568 470 519 571 2648 207 2855 35: 173 189 157 173 191 165 144 183 "9 194 143 118 158 1ST 131 Tot. AT 457 15 14 14 427 448 .134 433 76. 84 Actual Pins . 816 763 Handicap ... 84 84 Total Fins . . BOO 847 799 2346 84 MIXED DOUBLES First--Bamber 428, Shannon 570, handlca ''se'cond-irones 334, Soblesbe 603, hand! '"imrd-^s'lanville.' E-, 427, Powell 833 61: total 993. Sixth-- Schemimr. 408, Robinson 468 ""sevcntV-ilicUy 426, Wall 483, handlca 68 total 948. Elchth-- (Tie)-- Cookman 372, Moe 54. handicap 27. total 841. EiKhth--(Tie--Yanda 370, Hanson 424 handicap 147. total 941. Tenth--Glanvllle. H.. 316, Kaofman 495 handicap 117. total 928. Eleventh-Glsax 337. Krall 484, handir soblnke Bamber Shannon Mick 18 51 July 8 to See State Golfa Meet .Under Way for Year DES MOINES, CSV-The Iowa Golf association has set July 8 fo: the opening of the annual state am ateur meet at the Suunyside club Waterloo. The association voted to contmu its plan of IS holes qualification play to qualify 6-t playurs for the championship test. Bob McCrary of Dea Moines hold the amateur title. Second Round of Tourney Draws Heavies to Capital DES MOINES, (UP)--The Missouri Valley "White Hope" tournament, sponsored by Jack Dempsey, will go into the second round at the Shrine temple here Wednesday. The tourney is sponsored by the former world's heavyweight champion, who hopes to find a white bat. tier capable of beating Joe Louis, the "uncrowned" heavyweight champion of the world. The fights will be four rounds each. Forty heavyweights are scheduled to swing into action, including four winners of bouts last week. DANCE Avalon Ballroom Manly, Iowa Tuesday, February 25 Jock Hampton And the Detroiters Ladies 25c Gents 40c OLD-TIME DANCE Thursday, February 27 Kelly Brothers' Orchestra Admission 25c Coming--Tuesday, March 3 Bennett Greten Berwanger Earns Latest of Master's Degrees on Grids CHICAGO, /E')-- Jay Berwanger's football prowess will officially be recognized with a brand new degree. He will be presented with an honorary degree of master of football arts by Prof. James Weber Linn at the annual dinner of the University of Chicago Alumni association tomorrow night. DRAKE, CYCLONES PLAY CAGE GAME Traditional Fight on Tap as Teams Meet for Contest at State Gymnasium. PROBABLE LINEUPS IOWA STATE r-owm ............ F ........... P R A K K MrClmi.l Fnr!«ho ........ _ ........ ..... InhnNon . . . . . . . . . i G .......... OmbanKh Perkins ......... . . G .......... Xanrtrrs · AMES-- Drake and Iowa State will meet on the basketball court of State Gymnasium in Ames Wednesday night at 7:15 in what promises to be another sizzling-hot, traditional Drake-Ames battle. Though Drake is favored by virtue of a 24 to 23 victory scored over the Cyclones at Des Moines in early January, the Cyclones are ex pecting to be at top form to seek vengeance for this and other defeats administered by the Bulldogs Drake gave the Big Six champion Cyclones of 1935 their only defeat on the Ames court last year by a 45 to 42 margin, Iowa Catholic Tournament Plans Made at Fort Dodge, Davenport Defends Honors PORT DODGE--The Iowa Catholic high school state basketball tournament will be held here March 9 and 10 with eight teams competing First and second place teams from the Davenport, Des Moines, Dubuque and Sioux City diocese tournaments will compete. St. Ambrose academy of Davc-n- port won the title in M35 with the Columbia preps of Dubuque placing second. Trinity preps of Sioux City ranked third and Sacred Heart of Fort Dodge, fourth. The Sioux City diocese tournament, postponed a week ago because of inclement weather and blocked ·oads. will probably be played here March 2, 3 and 4. The Rev. George O'Brine, Humboldt, chairman of the state board of control, will be in charge of the tournament here. Maroons Score m Added Period to Beat Omaha U OMAHA, Feb. 25. (.T)--Scoring five points in an overtime period, Omaha defeated Morningside university 41 to 37 here Monday night, .n a North Central conference basketball game. OPENING NIGHT ROLLER SKATING FEB. 26 Community Building Clear Lake LADIES FREE At Mason City THEATERS BJ K. J. r. LESLIE HtnVAKD AND BETTE DAVIS AT CECIL "Petrified Forest," adapted for the screen from the stage play which scored so heavily on Broadway last year, is playing through Thursday at the Cecil with Leslie Howard in the leading role just as he was in the stage production. Bette Davis, vivacious blond who has done excellent work in pictures since she was cast opposite Howard in "Of Human Bondage," is with him again in this film. · The bona fide Petrified Forest of eastern Arizona is the setting for most of the picture. On the same program is one of the "March of Time" scries. Parker, radio tenor stars with Tarn, ara in "Sweet Surrender." On the same program Is a mystery thriller,. '-The Murder of Dr. Harrigan," written by Mignon G. Eberhart Ricardo Cortez and Mary Astor are the stars. CURRENT FEATURES C E C I L -- Through Thursday, "Petrified Forest" and "Marcfi of Time." PALACE--Ends Tuesday, "Anything Goes" and "Another Face." Starts Wednesday, "Sweet Surrender" and "Murder of Dr. Harrigan." STRAND--Ends Tuesday, "Mutiny on the Bounty." Starts Wednesday, "The Crusades" and "The Church Mouse." STATE--Ends Tuesday, "She Couldn't Take It" and "Dr. Socrates." Wednesday only, "Silver Streak." · NEW STAK IN PALACE MUSICAL Although Russia has a reputation ·for long cold winters, Tamara, the lovely Russian star of "Sweet Surrender," coming Wednesday to the Palace, does not skate, ski, or indulge in any other winter sports. This is because the revolution was raging in Russia when she was a little girl there and it was impossible to buy skates or skiis. Frank Xues. The really great achievement of the motion picture industry "Mutiny on the Bounty" Starts Wed. --CECIL B. DE MJLLE'S "THE CRUSADES" --with-- LOUETT.Y VOUNG: HENRY WILCOXSON and 'THE CHURCH MOUSE' --with-Laura La Plante Ian Hunter - Monte Banks Mat. 16c; Eve. 21c CECIL Now--Ends Thurs. Want Boyhood Chum of Hoover Sent to National Convention TIPTON, (/?)--The state republican convention has been asked by Cedar county republicans to send a boyhood chum of Herbert Hoover as a delegate to the party's national convention. A resolution adopted by the county convention requested that the state's delegation include Fred Albin of West Branch, friend of the former president. Icicle Falls From Water Tower, Sets Off Sprinkler Alarm FORT DODGE, (.-?)--A 300 pound icicle fell from a watertowcr on the Brady Transfer and Storage company building here, crashed through a garage roof, set off an automatic | DOUBLE PROGRAM { 1 The Sensational New York Stalte Play 'Petrified Forest' with Leslie HOWARD Bette DAVIS Genevieve TOBIN L New Feb. Issue 'MARCH OF TIME' "Russia Todaj" Dentistry" "Harlem's Gil" Watch! A New Program Friday! Ends Tuesday "Anything Goes" Starts Wednesday MURDER with a surgeon's scalpel! A DEAD DOCTOR REVEALS WHAT NURSES WON'T TELL! "The MURDER of The First Big Mystery Show of 1936 RICARDO CORTEZ MARY ASTOR KAY LINAKER JOHN ELDREDGE Companion Hit! IT'S GOT RHYTHM! IT'S GOT ROMANCE! IT'S GOT MUSIC! with FRANK PARKER, TAMARA, HH.EN IYND Ends Tonite GEO. JOAN RAFT BENNETT "She Couldn't Take It" - Co-Feature PAUL ANN MUNI DVORAK Dr. Socrates AVednesday Only This Is the Big Day Attend Our Matinee Sally Charles Elaine Starrett Hold Fast! We're Off on the Most Dramatic Race for Life E v e Filmed; Silver Streak Plus DUMB BELL LETTERS and MUSICAL COMEDY sprinkler alarm which summoned the fire department and struck 10 feet from where an employe was working. Armstrong Gets Coal in Trucks From Estherville ARMSTRONG -- The coal situation was relcived again this week by trucking coal from cars that got as far as Estherville. The supply was soon diminished. Harold Atwood and Don Mitchell of Central States Electric company have been busy thawing water pipes with electricity. The pipes in most cases frozen were the ones outside the'' houses, leading to the mains. f Daughter Is Born. WESLEY--A girl. Donna MariP ' weight nine pounds, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Goctz Thursday. This is their second child. DANCE-TONIGHT Denlson Clubhouse Red Wilson's Orchestra 3 ACT FLOOR SHOW Admission 25c Per Person Dancing from 8:30 to 12:00 Starts Saturday Everyjlile'ssed thing about it is magnificent!; I R E N E D U N N E R O B E R T T A Y L O R JOHN M. STAHL _ Production from the best-selling novel by Lloyd C. Douglas, with, Charles BUTTERWORTH BETTY F U R N E S S Henry Armetta, Sara Haden, Ralph Morgan Liberty Gives It 3 IP AN OPEN LETTER to the People In and Around Mason City It has long been the belief of the group here named, that motion picture producers would take worthwhile steps to make better pictures with the proper encouragement from the public. For this reason your attention is called to the most worthy effort on the part of our American producers in bringing us the- most significant event since the advent of talking pictures-- MAX REINHARDT'S FIRST MOTION PICTURE PRODUCTION "A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM" A WARNER BROS.' PICTURE From the Classic Comedy by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE accompanied bv the immortal music of FELIX MENDELSSOHN The Players: James L'agney Joe Jt). iJrown Dick Powell Anita Louise Olivia de Havilland Jean Muir Hugh Herbert Frank McHugh Ross Alexander Verree Teasdale Ian Hunter Victor Jory Mickey Rooney Hobart Cavanaugh Grant Mitchell Augmented by many hundreds of others in spectacular ballets directed by Bronislava Nijlnska and featuring NINA THEILADE i 'Approved By: Mr. R, B. Irons Supt. of City Schools Mason City Woman's Club Chautauqua Club Monday Club P. T. A. Council of Mason City State Federation of Women's Clubs of Iowa Rev. Geo. K. Davies Pastor Presbyterian Church One Day Only ... THURSDAY MARCH 5TH TWO PERFORMANCES--MATINEE 3:30, EVENING 8:15 C E C I L T H E A T R E All Seats Reserved: Matinee at 2:30--5fic and 85c; Evening at 8:15--56c, S5c and 51.12 (Includitifr Taxes) Mail and Phone Orders Filled--Call 1195

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