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FOURTEEN MASON.CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 20 · 1937 BEVGAZETTE HUSKIES GRAB LEAGUE FIGHT .Charles City Loses Scrap iii Closing Quarter as Oelwein Wins. CHAHLES CITY--The Charles City Comets lost a one-point game to Oelwein here Tuesday night, 18 to fl, after leading all the way from the first period. Hintz led the Oelwein attack with three field goals and one. free basket, while Ortman for the Comets had a. like amount. The Comets easily led, 8 to 2, at the end of the first period, at half time, 10 to 9, and at the end of the .third, 13 to 11, but a last quarter spurt by Oelwein gave the Huskies the game near the close o£ the quarter. OEI.WEI.V-- IS THE BOXSCORE B. lllnz I Edwards I Cook ( IValrath f lHSln;er c VanCamp c Young f Jamison g It « P' 3 1 0 a a 1 COJIF.TS--n I Ilrown f Stenrer t Z 0 0[Ortman 0 1 , 2|Duran e (1 0 DJflarnmond g \ 2 OlWalton r n o i|Bon»n r - 0 2| pi n i n n n n 2 i o 3 1 3 o n i i n n l o o TOTALS 7 4 G|TOTALS Score by quarters: OELWKIN 2 n COMETS a 10 Referee: Gormley (Waterloo E "Wild Bill" Hallahan Signs New Contract CINCINNATI, (ff)--Signed con. tracts from ; Wild Bill Hallahan, veteran left-handed . pitcher reputed to be among baseball's -Wealthiest active players, and Lee .Grissom, another southpaw,twirler, brought the total Cincinnati .Reds under contract for the 1937 season to 15 Wednesday. The Reds . have 36 men on their roster, including rookies. 'Little Cedar Wins in Otranto Court Battle LITTLE CEDAR--Little. Cedar high school defeated Otranto in two basketball games here Tues- ·day night, the first team winning 26 to 23,- while the reserves took 'an 11 to 10 decision. due to colds relieved by .one easy swallow of pure, reliable THOXINE. No gargling. Only 35/. Money-back guarantee. Joe Cronin Hopes He Can Use New Arrival for Needed Slugging BOSTON, (UP)--Manager Joe Cronin of the Boston Red Sox blushingly admits he will become a daddy for the first time "about mid-season." Mrs. Cronin, the former Mildred Robertson, is a niece of Clark Griffith, owner of the Washington Senators. The Croiiins were married three years ago while Joe was manager of the Senators. "I hope it's a hoy," Joe commented. "Then we could use him as a pinch-hitter." MAJOR LEAGUE HOLDOUTS FEW Yankees Plant "Seeds" on Their Newark Farm, Puns Brietz. By EDDIE BRIETZ ·NEW YORK, (£)--A good major league- holdout would be worth what he wants in publicity right now . . . Earl Brucker of :he A's, Buck Newsom, Senators; Rudy York, Tigers, and Rip Radcliff,. White Sox, are about the only dissatisfied players in the whole field right now, and they've been pretty tame about the whole Ihing . . . of course, there's the Ureat and terrible Dean, but somehow we seem to have heard it all before . . .Headline of the week: Yanks Plant Seeds on Newark Farm . . . Some pun, eh, kid? Michael Francis "Mike" McTigue, born in county Clare, Ireland, got the worst thrashing 3f his life in an elevated train Eight the other night from a guy who said Mike called him a 'nazi" . . . imagine Mike running out of words and having to call a guy a nazi! . . . Port Arthur and Beaumont down Texas way have got into such a squabble about their high school football earns that the Port Arthur board of education has asked its citizens not to patronize merchants in nearby Beaumont. BLAIR CHERRY IN LINE FOR UNIVERSITY JOB Blair Cherry, Amarillo, Tex,, ligh school coach, is almost certain to w|nd up at-the University of Texas in one capacity or another within the next few years. . . If he doesn't get the head : ootball job, he'll be offered one of the assistants' posts. . , . Harry Stuhldreher, Wisconsin grid coach, ,vas recently asked by Sy Burick, Dayton News sports editor, what he considered the funniest thing he ever saw in football. . . Cracked Stuhldreher, "the 1936 Wisconsin football team." . . . Some Wisconsin alumni didn't think this so funny. . . . But Sluhl- dreher is in there solid. . . . His team didn't win a single game, but at the end of the year they -fired the president of the university and praised Harry. i PODIATRISTS SAY BEST OF ATHLETES HAVE FLAT FEET It may interest and disillusion you to know that a couple of podiatrists in New Yark say most good athletes have flat feet. . . . They mention Helen Jacobs, Dorothy Round and Peggy Scriven and even dare to suggest that Jesse Owens is a little low-arched . . . which reminds us the National Sportsmen's show will hold a pancake contest. . . . Tom Heeney is running a cafe in Miami Beach. . . . Wisconsin's basketball team hasn't been going too well and Coach Bud Foster has been going around asking: "Where can I take out some job insurance?" . . . They're getting all steamed up on the coast over a middleweight called Al Hostak. . . . Bob Pastor, who meets Joe Louis a week from Friday, is New York state heavyweight champion, but the boys on Eighth avenue say Louis "just don't care if lie is." Kid Chocolate Kayos Pagano in 4 Stanzas NEW YORK, (UP)--Former featherweight c h a m p i o n Kid Chocolate of Cuba plodded another mile on the comeback trail Tuesday night with a technical knockout over Tony Pagano of New York. The kayo came after two minutes arid five seconds of fighting in the fourth session of the scheduled eight round feature bout. The referee stopped the bout when Pagano was no longer able to defend himself. Chocolate weighed 127; Pagano, 123. Sam Byrd to Be With Favorites in Tourney SARASOTA, Fla., (UP) Sammy Byrd, Cincinnati Reds' outfielder and golf professional, Tuesday won the right to participate in the national baseball players' golf tournament. Byrd, in professional baseball for 11 years, immediately served notice he will be a favorite in the tournament, which opens here Thursday, by posting a 72 over the Bobby Jones-course in a practice round. THE l ^ ^ . j ' 1 1 * Crtrfft ft Jot 16 Xalpb Hatnlrn, Grabam Distributer at Lot Austin, and bit ergan- isatiau,fsr ibtir tfforts in Grabam't bibalf. d The Gilmore-Yosemite Economy Sweepstakes is America's blue ribbon economy classic for all stock cars, sponsored annually ; by the Gilmore Oil Company of Los Angeles under AAA sanction. This year 25 cars rep- i resenting nearly all major manufacturers \vece entered. A gruelling 352-mile drive under actual road conditions running from sea level at Los Angeles through snow and ice over a lofty mountain chain, circling down for a long run through plains and desert, and climbing again to the finish line High on the rim of famed Yosemite National Park, the event is one of the most bitterly contested of all motor car competitions. For two successive years Graham Superchargers have won the Sweepstakes Grand Championships, definitely establishing their superiority over all American automobiles. «««-«.»»'" For two successive years other Graham cars have won the championships of their respective price classes. In 1936 a Graham Supercharger in competition ·with 30 cars established the all-time Sweepstakes record of 26.67 miles per gallon (55.39 ton miles) to win the championship. In 1937, struggling through sno-w, ice and zero weather, which made all driving prohibitive, a Graham Supercharger again led 25 entries to win the Sweepstakes Grand Championship -with a mark of 23.94 miles per gallon (53.4 ton miles). This year a Graham Cavalier won second f lace over ail cars in all price classes, or two cars entered by the same manufacturer to take first and second places in the Sweepstakes Grand Championship is unprecedented in the history of the Gitmore-Yosemite Economy Sweepstakes. 19 Third St. N. E. Half Block East of Hanford Hotel Phone 1174 KQZY KORNER'S CARD GETS TOP Local Teams to Enter Iowa Tournament, Bowl Early February Contests. Golden Glow, Kozy Korner and Moose Lodge each took a pair of games in the City bowling league Tuesday night, Kozy Korner reaching the high mark for the evening with 2,928, while C. B. Swafford rolled a 224 single and 614 series. LOCAL TEAMS TO ENTER IOWA STATE TOURNEY State tournament entries from Mason City will be Hugh Davey and Son, Tyler-Ryan Furniture, Cottage Grill-Blue Ribbon, Kozy Korner, Golden Glow and one other team, it was''announced by Secretary Hans G, Pusch Wednesday. The teams will roll Saturday, Feb. 6 at 8 o'clock, and will shoot their singles and doubles a day later, at 11 o'clock. COTTAGE GB1LI.-BI.UE RIBBON Players-- Eauclalre Hanson .. H a l l Bell Wolske · · . . , Uerntman 1st 2nd 205 137 ir:i 181) JOS 1S1 1!)1 11U 3rd lilt 117 320 505 295 a ill 3iii ·IBS 550 Actual Tins .. 881) 830 Handicap . . . . 50 I; TOTAL PINS ., 830 900 ica 147 1(33 170 l l i l 131 8,l .51 GOLUEN GLOW Players-- 1st ind Srd Total Av. S u a f l o r d Weber . Boumann Krall . . . Han-cllffe 172 117 216 111 201 15.1 187 !(!! IS'J 157 lief 117 (ill .ins KX 5(10 Actual Pins .. 007 889 833 2(188 83[i Handicap 26 43 43 123 13 TOTAL FINS .. 0!I3 IKft 815 JliJG "o»7 KOZV KOIi.VEH Player's-- Tsl 2nd :irct Total Av. B. D u n c a n 1SL lai; us ,vje 175 J. Uuncail 112 2IK 201 5'8 l!):i Fernmn . . 2 I J L 3 2(1^ IS7 .TUS 1U!) W. Duncan i«7 iy t itu jjj7 IS g F. D u n c a n 2m) 20 130 SSO 183 Actual Tins .. USSP 01!) 831 270il 003 Handicap -,3 73 13 210 13 TOTAL PINS . . I O U 2 1 0 2 2 SOI 2928 370 1'layers-- Kynn MAPLE INN 1st 2nd IK; ii;x Slrom 382 Morks Schmidt 1D1 -'OS 111 113 JR3 190 203 178 212 208 m 191 191 193 A c t u a l Pins Handicap D2£) fl«fl 'Jfil :7!)D !)3it 30 3D .10 90 30 TOTAL TINS -. OjO 539 091 DECKEIVS OFFICB Players-Bonker Fall Un*cm Lindsay . . . MaiiDonald 1st ^nd 3rd , lot 200 l-.ll , , 190 1C'! MS 171 115 ·103 4IM .173 Actual Pins .. DI5 K'lU mt 21*7 Kill Handicap . . . . 112 112 112 33(! 112 TOTAL PINS .. 927 911 915 2783 928 MOOSE L O D G E riayers-- 1st 2nd :ird Fcrrlas lf},~ I K 1 !"i« 11. Humphrey .. 100 1. H u m p h r e y Clausen Berry Actual 1'lns .. .Handicap .. l:n I1H 19rt o07 174 .108 521 81:1 81!) 'i.-ni till 63 -J07 Av. 178 Hi!) TOTAL PISS .. 911 882 918 2"l 921 Nodak Shooters Lead in League Cage Race CEDAR FALLS, (if)--Emmet Birk of North Dakota university leads the individual scorers in the North Central conference basketball race with 35 points in four games. . The Nodak forward has one more point than his teammate, Bob Finnegan, forward, and Gene Hetland, Soutli^Dakota university center. Bob Newman, South Dakota State's sophomore center, and Bob Curtis, Iowa State Teachers college's all-conference center, are fourth and fifth, respectively. Newman has scored 28 points in three games, one more than the Panther center has made in the same number of games. Tutors to Test Hard Foe in Kansas State CEDAR FALLS, (f)--The Iowa State Teachers , college wrestling team, beaten in a close match last week by Iowa State, will meet the Kansas State matmen here Thursday night. , The Panthers'will depend upon [van Moore, Hay Cheney, Joe Mathers and Melvin Nelson for most of their points. Kansas State goes to Ames Friday night for a Big Six dual svith Iowa State. Suter Leads Scoring as Drake Wins Scrap GRINNELL, (UP)--Drake University cagers Tuesday night coasted to an easy victory over Grinnell college, 31 to 18 in a Missouri Valley conference basketball game. The Bulldogs took an early lead with a 10-point scoring drive and piled up a 21 to 6 advantage at half-time. Drake then loafed through the second half and held Grinnell to five field goals for the game. Bud Suter, Bulldog forward, bagged 13 points f or. high scoring honors. · Meservey Has Third Game in Five Starts MESERVEY -- Meservey high school won its third game in five starts when the local cagers defeated Thornton 29 to 11 as Rooks Meed the attack with 18 points. Thornton went without n field J?oal in the first three quarters. The local reserves won 9 to 7 in n preliminary game. Scot Beats American in World Mitt Match LONDON, (UP)--Benny Lynch, the rugged mite from Scotland who holds British recognition as world's flyweight champion, out- pointed Small' Montana of San Francisco, transplanted Filipino, in a IS-round elimination contest Tuesday. Montana is generally regarded as champion in the United States but lacks official sponsorship. EAST GRAPPLES TO BEAT CHICKS Waterloo Wrestlers Win as Borlaugh Fails to Make Lirnit for Contest. N E W HAMPTON--Waterloo East defeated the New Hampton high school grapplers here Tuesday night 24% to 15V2. The score failed to indicate the real margin. Coach Maynard Harmon asked for extra time in an. attempt to get Borlaugh, Chickasaw 115 pounder, down to the weight limit. Huggins, Trojan heavyweight and Whalen, New Hampton, wrestled to a draw to bring the score to 19% !o 15y but Borlaugh failed to make the weight causing a forfeit. THE SUMMARY IU--Kutller KW) threw Waller ( N i l ) in IIS--Lynn ( K W I h r c i v U e l l n r r ( N i l ) I n 11(5--Krcssley ( K W ) t h r e w Fran ( N i l ) I n ia--Kalliarn (K1V( «on larlcit Iram n.jrlaui ( M l ) . l'-5--Liiiclliolm ( K W ivon d e c i s i o n in S:44 Irom Fenneman ( N i l ) . 135--Miller (Nil) won d e c i s i o n in 4:110 from Griinth (EW). 115--Filjer (Nil) won decision f r o m Betscamper (EW) with lime or S::ll. 155--Knutson (Nil) won decision trom Smllh ( E W ) with time of 3:50. IDS--Kobliska (Nil) threw Younr (EW) in 3:35. Heavyweichl--Whalen (Nil) and Huj- Sln* (E\V) wrestled lo a draw. Beleree: Barker (Mason Cily). Rake High Wins Pair of Minnesota Fights R A K E --Rake high school's cagers defeated Bricelyn, Minn., there Tuesday night in two games, winning their second double victory this season from the home team. The first squad won 25 to 21, while the reserves took a 20 to 9 decision. Max Shimon Defeats Jay Ankrom. Detroit MINNEAPOLIS, (UP) -- M a x Shimon, Milwaukee, stood out as the likely successor to national amateur billiard champion Jay Ankrom, Detroit, after overwhelming Ankrom 50 to 27 in only 49 innings in the second round of the national tourney here Tuesday afternoon. It was the second consecutive defeat for the Detroit titleholder. Pioneers Need Extra Middle Distance Man GRINNELL, (/f)--If Coach Lester Duke could find a few capable quarter miters and high jumpers lie would feel much more optimistic about his Grinnell college track squad. The Pioneers will open their indoor season against- the University of Iowa Feb. 2(5 at Iowa City, and Coach Duke is conducting daily conditioning exercises for his athletes. Training for their special events will start next week. Latimer Squad Wins and Loses in Games GENEVA--Latimer high school, paced by Kurtz, defeated Geneva 25 to 20 in a Tuesday night basketball game, while the local girls came through with a victory, 49 to 21. Davenport was the best performer for the Geneva boys, while Neilsen'Icd the home girls. Grafton Teams Win and Lose in Games GRAFTON-- Grafton high school lost to Fertile, 17 lo 11 Tuesday night in a basketball game, as Jorgensen led the local attack and Sheimo paced Fertile. The Grafton independent team lost to Hanlontown 36 to 32 in an overtime period, after the teams had.tied at 28-28 in the regular playing time. Miller led Grafton with nine points, while Furness scored IS for Hanlontown. Wright County Cage Tourney Date Ready BELMOND--Plans are being formed for the Wright county basketball tournament which will be held at Belmond Feb. 5 and C. Class A. teams which will participate are Eagle Grove, Clarion, Dows and Belmond while in Class B Goldfield. Woolstock, Gait arei Rowan will battle for honors. Dumont Indies Take Game, Preps Beaten DUMONT--Dumont Indies defeated the Clarksville Indies 42 to 13 Monday night and in the second game of the evening Clarksville high school won a low scoring game from Dumont high 12 to 9. Dows High Hoopsters Win in Two Contests DOWS--Dows high schcool won two basketball games from Rowan Tuesday niglH, the local boys taking a 22 to 2 decision as Haclc- barlh starred. The home girls won 14 to B. Hi-Tri Victorious . in Overtime Battle Hi-Tri won an overtime game from Deckers 28 to 26 Tuesday night after both teams had battled to a 26-26 score at the end of the regular playing time. Rock Falls defeated Y. W. C. A. 36 to 22 on Ihc same court. Greene High School Cagers Win 33 to 13 GREENE--Greene high school's cagers defeated Marble Rock S3 to 13 Tuesday night with Fisher and DeLong playing the best games for the winners. Mitchell Sage Squads Sweep Double-Header MITCHELL--Mitchell nosed out Mclntiro 9 to 8 in a tight cage battle here Tuesday night. Mitchell's seconds made it a clean sweep Tor tho night, doubling the score on Mclntire's seconds 22 to 12. Roekford and Nashua Divide Doublehe'ader NASHUA -- Hockford's varsity defeated Nashua 20 to 17 Tuesday night after trailing until the last minutes of play, after the Rockford seconds had lost to Nashua's second team squad 16 to 12 in a preliminary game. In the varsity game Nashua led 10 to 8 at the half and Crowell of Roekford was high scorer with 9 points, while Norman p a c e d Nashua with seven counters. The Nashua seconds won after trailing 10 to 9 at the half. Iowa Falls Wins and Loses m Cage Fight IOWA FALLS--Iowa Falls' boys won 33 to 15.from Eldora Tuesday night, dividing honors for the evening as the Eldora girls won from the Iowa Falls girls 38 to 24. Eldora's boys led 11 to 10 at the half in the girls' game the visitors Jed 24 to 5 at half-time. Santee led the Iowa Falls quintet with 11 points, while Doud was Eldora's best bet as he played a pivot position. Swea City's Cagers Split With Algonans SWEA CITY--Swca City high school split a twin bill with Algona here Tuesday night, winning 18 to 7. Swea City led 8 to 3 at the half as Algona fought gamely to the end. Krumm with eight points led Swea City and Muckey scored four points for Algona. The Algona reserves defeated its visitors second team 16 to 7 as Algona led the half 10 to 3. Douglas and McNeil starred for Algona with four points apiece. Eagle Grove meets Algona here Friday night and Jan. 28, 29, 30 and Feb. 1. Algona is host to tile county basketball tournament. STATERS WIN 26 TO 30 EAST LANSING, Mich., (UP)-Michigan State college defeated Syracuse university 36 to 30 Tuesday night in a close-fought basketball game in which the lead changed hands five times. The score at half time was 20 to 17 for Michigan state college. MAPLE LEAF WINS BOSTON, (UP)--In a wild game featured by a free-for-all that resulted in four major penalties, the Toronto Maple Leafs smashed out a 6 to 2 National Hockey league victory over the Boston Bruins Tuesday night before a capacity crowd oE 15,000. KILL THUEE FOXES Alex Meurs and Charles Snipps of Mason City shot and killed three foxes while hunting south of Rock Falls. KARLOFF As the One Ulan Who Found the Secret of Eternal Youth "THE MAN WHO LIVED AGAIN" N 0 W 2 H I T S A Saga of the South Seas- Filmed Entirely in Natural Colors! , "CAPTAIN CALAMITY" - with IMOVITA of "Mutiny on the Bounty" " COMING SATURDAY BOBBY BIIEEN in "RAINBOW ON THE RIVER" OLD-TIME WMT Cedar Valley HILLBILLIES Friday -- 26e and 40c Don Strickland Sat. Special Dance for couples only, Tues., .Ian. 26, 40c per person. No cxlra charge for lioolhs or tables, Don Strickland Orchestra MOVIE By D. B. K. "CHAIIGE OF THE LIGHT BRIGADE" ACTION FILM Half a league, half a Jeague Hajf a league onward, ' All in the Valley of Death Rode the six hundred "Forward, the Light Brigade! Charge for the guns," he said Into the Valley of Death Rhode the six hundred. "When can their glory fade? O, the wild charge they made 1 . All the world wonder'd Honor the charge they made! Honor the Light Brigade Noble six hundred! Thus the immortal words of Alfred, Lortl Tennyson, vividly are envisioned on the Cecil screen as "The Chrtrsre of the Light Brigade' is shown there through Thursday. Beggaring description, the sensationally re-enacted charge lakes rank with any and all great screen SHOWING THIS WEEK CECIL--"The Charge of the Light Brigade" through Thursday. "Charlie Chan at the Opera" Friday. "Tlie Plainsman" starts Saturday. PALACE--"The Man who Lived Again" and "Captain Calamity," through Thursday. "Charlie Chan at the Opera" Friday. "Rainbow on the Elver" and "King- of Hockey" starts Saturday. STATE--"Love in Exile" a n d "Yellowstone" through Thursday. f.'Tugboat Princess" a n d " B o r d e r Patrolman)' through Saturday. / STRAND--"Sins of M a n" and "Hats Off" t h r o u g h Thursday. "Lion's Den" and "Happiness Ahead" ' Through Saturday. LAKE--(Clear Lake)--"Poto Joe" through Thursday. "The Big Show" and "Make Way tor a Lady" through Saturday. spectacles ever presented. It starts slowly and dissolves in a burst of roaring fury, the drama of which can be appreciated only by witnessing the film. While giving fine performances its players are secondary to the story that transcends all else. Leading roles are portrayed by Errol FJynn and Olivia dc Havilland, Patric Knowles, Nigel Bruce, Henry Stcphenson, C. Henry Gordon, Robert Barratt and many others. . A fine little bit of entertainment is seen in the short subject starring Freddie Rich's band and featuring the voices of Jerry Cooper and Bcnay Vcnuti in "Song Hits on Parade," preceding the feature. * * = . · Harno Marx, thrown by a tiny Shetland pony while clowning on a Santa Anita location, has a wrenched back and a right arm sprained so badly he can't use it, but is working despite difficulties . . . Add definitions: William Powell says "A gentleman L A K CLEAR LAKE E Now Showing Thru Thurs. in "POLO JOE" We Now Have the Pick of the Shows! is a guy who never insults anyone unintentionally." . . . Ann Dvorak and Leslie Fenton arc backing a young: research doctor hunting the cancer cure, · » · The double feature bill at (hi Palace through Thursday offers plenty of contrast, with one picture a south seas romance and the other a Boris Karloff honor storry. "The Man Who Lived Again" is typical Karloff fare, with z creepy old mansion and strange looking scientific apparatus by which Karloff, a misunderstood genius, captures the secrets of the human mind. Youthful romance is provided by Anna Lee and John Loder. Georg-e Houston is a swashbuckling schooner captain and Marian Nixon his lady fair in "Captain Calamity," a natural color film. There's lots of fighting, both oh land and aboard ship, from which George emerges the hero triumphant. They have already jazzed up (he old classic for the stage with swing music and we are expecting momentarily a thoroughly modernized version in the bookstands under the title, "Uncle Tom's Trailer."--Boston Herald. 666 Salve -Nets Dropu SALVE COLDS ptiea 5c, lOc, 25c' North Iowa's Best Theater Now Showing ENDS THURSDAY Starts Saturday AMERICA'S HEROES VALIANT, STRONG A N D D E A D L Y . . . . L I V E A G A 1 K . . . ! COMING FEB. 11 'Romeo Juliet" (All Scats Reserved) Coming Soon "CAMILLE" "ONE IN A MILLION" ? THE BIG DAY 5 S WEDNESDAY S WED. AND THURS., TWO ACE HITS! Murder! Myslery! Romance! In a Setting: of Rare Beauty! IIE.VRY HUNTEK JUDITH BARRETT Alan Hale Ralph Morgan --in-"Yellowstone" with Andy Dcvine A KING ABDICATES! Their Story Startled the World! Cfive Brook Helen Vinson --in-"Love in Exile" THURSDAY, 9:30 P. M. On the Stage: KGLO-STATE THEATRE AMATEUR HOUR OF THE AIR See an actual broadcast--with (lie Radio Stars of the Future--Help launch your friends on a radio career. WEDNESDAY 2 BIG SHOWS AND THE BARGAIN SENSATION OF THEM ALL THE MOST AND THE BEST FOR LESS »JMAT.16cEVE.21c GRAND OPENING B A R G A I B A R G A I N NITE The Greatest- Fun and Thrill Nighr of Them AMI .DON'T MISS IT B R I N G YOUR TICKETS-WON'T,BE SORRY! He Paid For Sins Not His Own JEAN HERSHOLT in "SINS OF MAN" With Don Ameche, Allen Jenkins Ipi

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