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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 3 1936 BEER CLUB SETS OUT FORHONORS Hamm Keglers Seek Top Spot in Denison League, Take Three From P. G. E. TtEMSON LEAGUE Wed.--Ideal Laundry vs. Ienlson Club. Ura.--Crjapln-OWell TS. Lamer. FrL--p. O. i E. -n. Pabst. STANDINGS OP W I. Patat 54 36 18 Hamm 1 5* 33 51 lament - 54 3J 52 Benlson «4 3S 36 Chap-O'Nell · · - . »* 27 27 iJiondry M 26 J8 P. G. * E. M 52 32 St. C. B. * T. Co M 13 41 Hamm's Beer, headed for the top of the Denison Bowling league, won three games from People's Gas and Electric to take second place in last week's contests. Pabst still tops the loop by three games. The Ideal Laundry won a pair from Larner's Clothiers, shoving the losers down. Denison took a pair from Chapin-O'Neil and Pabst won three from Mason City Brick and Tile. Babe EauClaire's 210 single and 591 series were high. DENISON LEAGUE IDEAL -LAUNDRY Playera-- 1" 2nd 3rd To. riayera-- 14J J4(| 40J Helot.""!""".! I" 14S 159 481 M^n "."."'.".'."".".'.".'.'. m "8 162 451 M. Wllkln. 193 "9 175 507 HaidlMp H* 154 JI24 375 TOTALS 80S 855 901 2615 EARNERS ~ 1st 5nd 3rd To. KB J83 BIB ]«1 ^.n B. Smltb H. Cookntan ... .... HI O Smith ...'.'.. 159 134 " Smith 109 "~ 145 420 144 437 130 381 m f SmarTI 11* 173 150 437 Handicap 78 78 78 234 TOTALS 734 864 827 Z426 Players-- CunnlnRharn Ryhnlcker 186 Zlajeck 154 3. Wnlsh 113 J. Bell 159 Handicap 64 HAMM'S BEER jst 2nd 3rd To. 172 MS 4»S 148 139 473 143 160 463 174 195 482 1B4 152 475 64 64 192 TOTALS 800 813 8572530 P. O. 4 E. 1st 2nd 3rd To. 134 138 132 394 86 88 Players-Berlin . . . . Henderson . X^mterboqr Collotnn ... GalloRly . . . Handicap 120 304 122 322 159 403 131 187 137 455 156 175 136 467 150 150 150 450 TOTALS 779 860 8342473 liit 2nd 3rd Tn. . IBS 156 141 46H .47 4.11 »43S 140 140 420 Ifil 452 53 159 A. Hanson 183 118 Handicap 53 53 TOTALS 833 748 7873370 DENISON CLUB 1st Init 3rd Tn. flayer* 190 419 J. Cordle .............. 152 137 V Dosen' ............ 131 170 IIS 416 RhlKUS ..'·'. ............ 1Z7 I6t 20 ° 488 CarieBte .. .......... 128 155 119 402 M. Bosen I! ............ 114 158 118 450 Handicap ............ 96 96 96 288 TOTALS .............. 148 811 898 2525 jr. C. B. t T. CO. 1st 2nd 3rd To. 136 135 383 129 Playi Wagner 122 Brown "0 121 129 380 Fewlns 124 150 118 392 Vance ·.. 142 137 137 416 Fjelstad 112 145 144 401 Handicap 117 117 117 351 TOTALS 757 796 780 2323 PABST Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd To. Tolnoy 167 135 169 471 Powers 175 110 146 491 SaEe 136 163 148 441 Bease 112 182 154 508 EanClalre 202 210 119 691 Handicap 59 59 58 177 TOTALS Bll S19 8552685 ALBIA WINNER OF STATE TEST HERE · (Continued From Page 13) trailing Burlington, then came back to stand for -a second at the free throw line and shoot the winning point that sent his team to the finals, was out of the championship game. The Pirate lineup was juggled by Coach Fred "Peek" Geneva so that even more height than usual was available. Six "Feet Plus. · With the stubby Dixon gone, Geneva sent Capt. Bob Baxter back to guard, and pulled Wayne "Little" Eeeves into action at forward, putting a six-foot-plus team on the floor for the title game. Mason City had a 3 to 0 lead in tie early minutes of the game, but fell behind by 7 to 4 at the end of the first quarter, Gale Snell counting the only basket for the Trojans. Only one more goal was rung up in the second period, when Merrill "Red" Herbener dribbled wide, then cut sharply under the net to hook one in. Snell's fake cut aha easy jump shot and Gale Lane's lone goal, a netted ball from the right side of the court, were the only Trojan counters from scrimmage in the third quarter. Two-One Lead. Albia led at the half by 16 to 7, and was out in front 26 to 13 as the period ended. Lee Usher uncurled one in the last period, and Mickey MacDonald rang up a pair of goals in one-two order, but Albia, led by Vincent Kelleher with 15 points, was far and away In the lead. Lawler Independents in Victory Over Merchants LAWLER--The Lawler Independents defeated the Luana Merchants here 43 to 30, after breaking down a 20 to 18 lead held by the Merchants at the half. Lawler will play in the Elma independent tournament to end its season. CAGE SCORES By THE ASSOCIATED J'RESS Cotamhln 31: I.ulhrr 2ft.. Iowa 47; chlciiKn 39. Michlen 39; IlllnoU 22. jVi.rthivestem 49; Wisconsin 36. Indlimn 40: Ohio State 34. Drake 33; Tnlso, 19. Depfcul 41; Detroit 20. St. Thomfts 26; St. Olaf 17. Columbia 40; Dartmouth 33. Manhattan 36; Vale 24. Tcnn«5?e 29; Alabama 25. Texas A. £ M. 31; Southern Methodist 23. 'Rice 47; Texfut Christian 29. WEST UNION TOP TEAM IN COUNTY Takes Fayette Title, Girls From Stanley Win Extra Long Final Game. WEST UNION--The F a y e t t e county basketball championship was won by West Union, which beat Hawkeye, 36 to 13, here. Stanley defeated Maynard 14 to 12 in the girls' championship, playing an overtime contest. The West Union squad received the trophies of the Fayette County Schoolmasters club, as well as the traveling trophy awarded by Upper Iowa university, which it won for the second year. An all-county lineup chosen by t o u r n a m e n t officials includes: Slatcher, Fayette, Wiltgen, West Union, and Mitchell, -Hawkeye, forwards; Olson, Ciermont, and Everette,.Fayette, centers; Grimes, West Union, F. Cass, Hawkeye, ana Kamm, West Union, guards. Grimes was named honorary captain. ALLENPlANSTO BEAT YANK CLUB Former New York Pitcher to Try for Score of Wins, Four From Old Nine. NEW ORLEANS, GP--Jotony Allen, who got his first big league chance by making it "cool" for a New York Yankee scout, is out to make it "hot" for the entire Yankee squad, including Manager Joe McCarthy, next summer. Johnny figures the Yankees didn't give him a "fair shake." Now he wants revenge. His greatest desire next to helping Cleveland win the pennant is to blast the flag hopes of jis former mates. "Last season I won 13 and lost 6," ae said, "even though I knew from Umost the start of the season that : 'was to be traded to some club. Well, I'll fool 'em this year. Johnny's after 18 or. 20 wins and about four of them from New York." Allen was a clerk in a tavern at Sanford, N. Car., in the summer of .927 when he made it "cool" for the Yankee scout. One blistering night he installed extra fans in the sun scorched room assigned to Paul Krichell, Yankee scout. When the elated Krichell asked him what he could do for him, Allen confided he pitched in ,a church eague. The next day Krichell signed lim up. In 1931 Allen made his debut at the Yankee stadium by blanking St. Louis, 3 to 0. Sheffield High School's Cagers Win in Two Tilts SHEFFIELD--Sheffield high school won two basketball games lere Monday, beating the Nora Springs hoopers 35 to 19. The local girls won 42 to 6. EAST IOWA PREP FIVES ARE TOPS (Continued: From Pose 13} ion, appears a cinch to win the Clinon sectional. Jaines Ryan,- Clinton sports edi- or, says, "Davenport shapes up as he standout in this section of Iowa and will be a favorite to advance to :he district competition." "We'll take 'em all on next year," 2oach Moon remarked, after losing :o Mason City in the semifinals of state meet last year. Apparently he meant just what he said. It's either Burlington or Keokuk at the Burlington sectional. The rayhounds won the Little Six title and heat Keokuk twice to do it. Insists Chiefs Threat. But Bill Bayliss, Burlington sports editor, insists Chiefs are a serous threat to Burlington's am- ntions. Fort Madison and New London are also outside possibilities. Roosevelt, city champion, is the resent pick at Cedar Rapids, but iie tournament is loaded with trou- for the Roughriders. Franklin and McKinley, two other Cedar Rap- ds schools, are almost even choices with Roosevelt. Fairfield and Farmington .are the top class A teams in the Fairfield sectional. Emrnet Mowery, Ottumwa sports editor, rates Fairfield the fastest team in the Little Six and also the "hottest" when the team is kicking. He sees Farmington giving ^airfield a tough battle, however, for sectional crown. Huskies Rate Tops. Muscatine, coached by Bobby Kinnan, former Iowa star, rates the front position at the Wapello meet and Iowa City holds a similar position at Wellman. Sharon, a class B entrant in the 1935 finals at Cedar Falls, has come up with another im- jressive teams that waded through 19 games in an undefeated manner. It plays at Wellman. Monticello is the number one club at the Olin sectional, but.does not have the power to get much farther. CEMENT FIVE HAS EDGE FOR LEAGUE Walt Odell, Mark Pirkl Head · Individuals in Local Bowling Contest. CITV LEAGUE 1-3--Coca Cola TB. HURb Davey Son. 3-4--Kozy Korner v». International. 5-6--Old Timers vs. Standard OIL 7-8--fotlacs vs. Globe-Gazette. The Crane Company, Blumer's Golden Glow and Northwestern States Portland Cement each won a pair of games in the City Bowling league Monday night. Moose Legion, Decker's Plant and Stoddard's were the losing outfits. Walter Odell's 237 single and Mark Pirkl's 579 series were high, while the Northwestern squad had 1,046 and 2,905 to lead the teams. The Tyler-Ryan and Decker's Office game was postponed by agreement and will probably be rolled Wednesday evening. CUT LEAGUE CBANJ! CO. Playtrs-- 1st 2nd 3rd To. AT. L. Desomtrj- 158 179 185 81» 173 W. OdUl 237 145 177 B.19 181! T. Krumbholl .... 164 171 15! 477 159 C. Whitney 142 186 19! 530 1~3 B, Bey 203 1B9 175 S46 183 Aetnnl t'lni 8H3 8.10 878 5021 874 Handicap . . . 5!) 50 60 150 50 XOIAL TINS 943 900 938 !171 t34 MOOSE LEGION Players-- 1ft 2nd Srft To. Ar. I. EUtnd 1.16 510 145 Ml 70 i. Hnmnhrey 330 143 1.11 434 41 H. Humphrey 130 188 193 III 70 K. Clnmen 1.13 19.1 166 514 J. J Berry 170 174 145 489 Actual Plnj Handicap 739 910 800 5149 S I R 89 89 89 367 89 TOIAL PINS 838 999 889 5716 905 Flayc STODDABD'S I»t 2ml 3rd To. AT. C. H. EMlck 144 138 18B S58 179 Gllbertson 527 187 146 «6« 187 \V. V. Lorlm 176 124 163 462 1.14 C. Swdtr 133 143 138 403 134 J. C. Stoddard 147 207 161 515 175 . . . 825 859 784-2408 823 ... 12G 126 126 378 126 Actnal Pins Handicap . . TOTAL PINS ____ 951 985 910 2846 949 NORTHWESTERN CE5IENT CO. Ptayei O. Bnli W. r.avclle ... C. Anbott M. Plrkl F. Plrkl Acfnal Finn Handicap . . . lit .. 143 .. 165 .. )«2 ... 181 .. 167 3rd T 173 48! 143 534 151 503 317 201 67 ... 818 968 8*5 20-1 890 . . . 7 8 78 78 Stt 18 TOTAL PINS 896 1046 963 3905 968 RLTJMER'S GOLDEN GLOW Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd Tn. AT. J. Forge . . - . 165 157 172 494 165 B. Krall 198 168 170 636 179 E. SheUa . 1 5 7 168 JOO 535 175 C. Bishop . . . . . . . . . 1,13 177 127 457 152 R. SI. Radcllffe ... 159 192 203 553 184 Actual Pins Handicap . . . 832 78 862 871 2565 861 18 78 234 18 TOTAL PINS 910 940 949 3799 929 DECKERS PLANT Players-- l«t 2nd 3rd To. Ar. G. Kolb 183 159 173 515 172 L. CncClnB 193 174 103 470 157 C Baldnf !05 132 1H4 501 1«1 H. VVolske 147 201 149 491 166 C. Kaufman ...... 147 175 160 483 161 Actual Pins Handicap ... TOTAL PINS 949 915 823 2687 897 ... 875 8*1 749 2475 823 ... 7* 74 7* 222 74 Cerro Gordo Rifle Club Wins Over Cresco Squad The Cerro Gordo Rifle club defeated the Cresco Rifle club in a postal match, 928 to 900. W. E. Kenyon, L,. B. Allstot, B. H. Linnenkamp and J. F. Hanes had high individual scores. RECORD SCORES Team Member-- Pr. OH To. W. E. Kenyon 97 91 188 L. E. Allstot 97 89 186 E. H Llnnenharop 99 87 186 J. F. Hants 100 86 186 B. E. McSweeney 100 8Z 182 Team Total 493 435 Cresco «3 407 938 300 Young Dodger Doing Right Well, Says Casey Stengel CLEARWAT3ER, Fla, -- Walter Millies, the young Dodger catcher, is doing all right for himself, if you take the word of Casey Stengel. Casey says he's a great place hitter and a fighter and that if he continues to improve as he has in the past, he will be fine young fellow to have around. He pays a hot game of Kelly pool, too. ENDS TONITE DICK POWELL flUBYKlELEB Hit No. 2 March of Time Wednesday Only TODAY IS THE BIG DAY Attend Our Matinee ANN SOTHERN GENE RAYMOND When you see this romance with melody you'll shout: Plus Miwica! Comedy IN THE RING B.V THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK--Tony Cnimr.crl. 135, norld lltjitwelclit champion, knocked out Steve Hnlalkn, 138. Auburn, N. V.. ( 2 ) . Non-title. CORAL GABLES, 1'la.--Freddie Miller, 125, world featherweight champion, outpoint- ed Petey Sarron, 125, Birmingham, Ala.. (IB). CHICAGO -- Everett (Toiinc) Rlchtmlre, 127. Sioux CHy. Iowa, outpointed Frankle Uolfrani, 127, Winnipeg, Sinn., 10). COLUMBIA TOPS STATE HOOPERS Dubuque Catholics Roll Up to First Notch in Iowa Conference Tussles. DECORAH, UF--Columbia went into first place in the Iowa conference basketball chase Monday night, downing: lather 3.1 '*, S5, SEd dropping the Norsemen completely out of the championship picture. Columbia has won seven games and lost three', and can win an tin- disputed title by whipping Centra], another first place challenger, at Dubuque Friday night. The Dubuque team had to uncork a second half rally to defeat Luther. Behind 22 to 19 after five minutes of play in the second session, Columbia started its counter-attack and swept into the lead when Paul, a substitute, flipped in three field goals in rapid succession. PURDUE HAS EYE ON CAGE HONORS (Continued From PUKC 13) era will be favored, Michigan, which has shown steady improvement, and playing on its own floor, might achieve an upset. Michigan took over temporary possession of third place Monday night by defeating Dlinois 35 to 22, at Ann Arbor. A Purdue victory Saturday, however, would leave the Illini and Wolverines tied. Northwestern, which crushed Wisconsin, 49 to 26, last night, could tie for third place by defeating Chicago in their season final. Iowa closed its season by conquering Chicago 47 to 39 at Chicago, in spite of a 19 point scoring rampage by Bill Haarlow, Maroon ace. Given Farewell Party. STILSON--There was a farewell dinner for the Mr. and Mrs. Archie Scott family. 4 MAKE DEBUTS IN CECIL FILM "Midsummer Night's Dream" Production Supervised by Experts. A quartet of Hollywood newcomers, not one of whom had ever been on a motion picture sound stage, are responsible for one of the most important film productions of the decade--Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream," the Max Reinhardt production which plays at the Cecil theater on Thursday only. These four are Prof. Max Reinhardt, internationally famous producer and stage dierctor; Bronislawa Nijinska, famed choreographer and maestra de ballet of the- Imperial Russian Ballet, Erich Wolfgang Korngold, foremost modern academic musician; and Nina Theil- ade, protege of, and only successor to, Pavlowa. Each of the four came to Hollywood from Europe a year ago. with no previous film experience. Working with Warner Brothers, technical and mechanical experts, they are responsible for what has been hailed as one of the most important films in the history of motion pictures, t Professor Reinhardt supervised the entire production of the spectacle; Mr. Korngold succeeded in the difficult job of adapting the Mendelssohn music to the picture. Mme. Nijinska staged and produced the unique, fantastic ballets in which Nina Theilade appears as soloist and leader. At Mason City THEATERS Bj R. i. P. IRENE DUNNE SCORES ANOTHER SIGNAL SUCCESS. Irene Dunne has scored significant successes in several pictures during the past few years. She first was prominent in "Cimarron," then came "Seed" and "Back Street," and now she shares honors in "Magnificent Obsession" with Robert Taylor. This is the current attraction at the Cecil. * * * "A Midsummer Night's Dream" is the product of youth--not only dramatically but musically, as well. This world-famous play, which Warner Brothers have produced as a film with a cast of famous stars, was written by William Shakespeare when he was 30 years old. Felix Mendelssohn, who wrote the incidental music to "A Mid-Sum- MI if :i: PI CAROLE LOMBARD FRED MacMURRAY --In-- Wednesday --Thursday Companion Feature "HERE'S TO ROMANCE" With Nino Martini Genevieve Tobin - Anita Louise "Your Uncle Dudley" and "Too Tough to Kill" MODERN DANCE DENISON CLUB WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4 Music By RED WILSON'S ORCHESTRA ADMISSION 25e -- TAX INCLUDED YOU MAY CHEVROLET or CASH Ire you smart? Here's a puzzle that will test your nits. The Scrambled Letters below, when properly re-arranged, will spell the name of a Famous Movie Star. Probably you know the names of most of the Famous Movie Stars, but iust to refresh your racmorv we mention a few: Greta Garbo, John Gilbert. Toan Crawford, Shirley Temple, Wallace Bccry. Clark Gable. Jean Harlon-, Dick Powell, Warner Baxter sod J£ay 1-rancLs. .--«.-- These FcrambM letter* will SOT" lie name of ___ Famous Movie Star wh«n they arc nroperlr re- . arranged. Start switchinz the letters around: n .f you can fisyre it out. If vour answer i= correct, you will receive at once. A ijAKUhi S'^p PICTURE OF THIS MOVIE STAR FKEE!-b M utifuny colored sr.ds.i.t; able lor framing-- End the or.rJOrtunitr to win a 19o6 UHt.Vh.UUii SEDAN or the cash. EVERYONE WINS A PRIZE. Be The Biff Winner. First Prize Winner gets Chevrolet Sedan; 2nd, S300 in Cash; 3rd, $200 in Cash; 4th, $100inCash; and many other Cash Prizes, Duplicate prizes in case of ties. SEND NO MONEY! Jnst your answer to the Movie Scramble above. USE THE COUPON. HURRY! DON'T DELAY! Radio Station Memphis, Tcnn. COUPON RADIO STATION WKBR Memphis, Tenn. * Strrtl C. SlKlf Send me the Free rict mer Night's Dream," was only 17 at the time. Ericl: Wolfgang Korngold, European composer, arranged the Mendelssohn music for the screen. "A Midsummer Night's Dream" comes to the Cecil on Thursday only. * » * The management of Ihe Cecil announced that "It Had to Happen," with George Raft, Rosalind Russell, Leo Carillo and Arline Judge, is boohed to play with the stage show coming March 11 and 12, "The Kit Kat Klub Revue." * ' * "Follow the Fleet" with Ginger Rogers and Fred Aslaire starts Saturday at the Cecil. * * * MYSTEKY AND MUSIC ON PALACE PROGRAM. A mystery film without a single "clue" left for the detective to find is offered to theater-goers in "Muss 'em Up," with Preston Foster and Margaret Callahan. Breaking away from traditional methods of making mystery pictures, this production provides distinctive entertainment by forcing the detective-hero to rely on sheer deduction to find the murderer. Although a "deductive" story is more difficult to write and to enact, it makca a much better picture, according to Charles Vidor, who directed. Alan Mowbray, Ralph Morgan, "Big Boy" Williams, Molly Lament. Clarence Muse, John Carroll and other noted players are cast with the featured players. "Muss 'Em Up" plays Wednesday and Thursday at the Palace on the same program with "Dancing Feet," a fast musicale. * » # Wednesday only at the State is "Hooray for Love," starring Ann So them and Gene Raymond with Bill Robinson, tap dance king. * * * "Hands Across the Table," a riotous and romantic film in which Carole Lombard and Fred MacMurray give you almost ss much enjoyment a s did Gable and Colbert in "It Happened One Night," plays Wednesday and Thursday at the Strand with "Here's to Romance." Anton Steiger Rites Held at Bolan; Wife, Four Children Survive KENSETT--Anton Steiger, 68, died at his home in Bolan, east of Kensctt, Saturday afternoon from heart trouble. He had been ill the past two weeks but was thought to be improving. He is survived by his wife and four children, Mrs. Brdraan of St. Ansgar, Mrs. George Krumm, Clarence in Kensett, Glen at home, six grandchildren and two half slaters, Mrs. Theilic of Austin, Minn., and Mrs. Weiderman of Ridgeway, · Funeral services were to be held Tuesday afternoon at the Bolan church, 'the Rev. Mr. Sunderman in charge and burial in the Kensett cemetery, where two children, twins who preceded him in death, are buried. Held for Larceny. IOWA FALLS--Forrest Thompson, 22, Negro, was held in the city jail here for St. Paul authorities, charged with grand larceny. He was taken from a south bound bus Saturday and is willing to return to Minensota without extradition. D A N C E AVALON BALL ROOM Manly, Iowa TUESDAY, MARCH 3 BENNETT-GRETEN Ladies 25c Gents 40c OLD TIME DANCE Thursday, March 5 Music By RUBEN WEBER Admission 25c COMING Tuesday, March 10 AL M E N K E --STARTS-SATURDAY FRED ASTAIRE GINGER ROGERS in NOW--ENDS WED. It will hold you spellbound and you will never be quite the same again'. "MAGNIFICENT OBSESSION" Irene Dunne - Robt. Taylor dolph Scoit Harriet Milliard Aslrid Allwyn New dance sensations J Seven big song hits! We Saw Tilt S»a * Get That Behind Mt, Satan * ttt Youenli Go* I'd Rather Letd a Band * Here Azn I, Sat Whtre An You ? * J'JP Patting .111 My Eggs in One Basket * Let's Face The Music and Dance Glorious girls and Go-Get-'em gobs adrift on an ocean of joy! lyrics and . Music by IRVING B E R L I N Friday is Our Big Day! Fun and Thrills for Everyone! "1000 A MINUTE" with Ends Tuesday: EDDIE CANTOR "Strike Me Pink" Co-Feature: It's Here: The TS'e\v Dance Mad Jazz Musical! Starts Wednesday A THRILLING CHAPTER IN OUR GREAT WAR ON CRIME! Too Late for Kid Gloves . . . the World Has Gone Out to -MUSS 'EM UP" \Vith PRESTON FOSTER as Tip Foster, a cop after your own heart! Margaret Callahan Ralph Morgan "Big Boy" Williams THURSDAYS, Mat. 3:30 . . Eve. 8:15 ''JAMES CAGNEY. OLIVIA DEHAVILLAND; JOE E. B R O W N DICK P O W E L L JEAN M U I R ANITA L O U f S E M ' H U G H In Mai Heinhardt's Motion Picture Production ol Shakespeare's 1 MIDSUMMER BREAM' Presented hv Warner Brothers ALL SEATS RESERVED Mat. at 2:30 ... 56c. 85c Eve. at 8:15, 56c, 85c, §1.12 Including Taxes Phone Orders Filled, Call 1195 ONE DAY ONLY THURSDAY Two Performances S A; f~ r ^

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