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January 28, 1937

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 28 · 1937 E FLORIMELHAS HIGHEST TEAM Beauty Shop Wins Two in Bowling Loop, Shoots Greatest Total. Florimel Beauty Shop, with two victories and the high total o£ 1,814, led the Women's league bowling teams Wednesday night. Diamond Bread -also won two games, while Coca Cola took three by forfeit. Eunice Cookman had 493 for the ·best series and Ella Woisnak's 189. was the high single. B. K. MJA'DBERi: I s l ·-' nil Wnlsnak llnueh'rrly ' Hamhrr 1:13 Ill Arlllal I'in.i Handicap . .. II 5 I R 1* .Iril Tot. I l l IIKt M! Itl'.t 3:vj nan 11 -is ' Tolnl Tins .VW »S4 .!)« 1031 niA-Mo.vn B H E A I Isl 2nd 3nl To!. Mick 119 mi 175 -I'M Cookman 1«n lift H3 4W Glanvlllc 1"' 11)! H3 SSI Vondi . 1 3 8 110 . . . 211 Joins . . . ; m 131 Actual Pins 539 Handicap ~ t ·IB7 585 1011 21 21 « 511 COO 1113 LYONS CI/EANERS . 1st 2nd 3rd Tot. 115 120 '150 3S,T Kcpp . 13S . 117 121 125 111 in 147 111 Actual Pins 515 Handicap I" 477 558 1.V.I) 8,1 83 219 Total THIS BBS .100 c» nan FLOH1MF.L BEAUTY SHOP 1st 2nd 3rd Tot. Shatter I5t l-l!l 130 Chuick 121 J23 123 Bailey 112 123 137 Thompson 1,W 10R 131 393 Actual Pins H a n d i c a p . . . 5lti ul 511 1698 12 21G Total Tins 618 583 G13 1814 Slubbs . . ........ ; . . . ; . 133 Herrmann ............. 132 Doc ................... Illll COCA-COLA Isl Snd 3rd Tnt. 111!) ].|5 3R jnil 1.14 3GI 100 IflD Actual Tins Handicap .1:11 DECKEB'S ( F o r f e i t ) 100 300 47!t i:t- r t^ (59 201 478 SIS 15UO Chicago Backer to Seek Middle Scrap CHICAQO, (UP)--Billy Cepak, veteran.boxing promoter, lias of- Jered Middleweight Champion Freddie Steele $15,000 to defend his title against Young Stuhley. Kewanee, .'111., in March. Stuhley lost a close decision to Steele on the west coast. Stan Hack Ready for Season With Chicago CHICAGO, (UP)--Third Baseman Stanley Hack and two rookies have signed with the Chicago Cubs for the 1937 season. Harold Seume, catcher, and Albert Epperly, right handed pitcher, also signed. OUT of the PRESSBOX [Continued From Spoil 1'agr.) hie was seldom feinted off guard or fooled," Barry writes. . . . » * * The boys at the Globe-Gazette are looking for the fellah who made up the handicap list for the beloved rag's table tennis tournament . .. and handed W. Earl Hall, the new champion, a five-point spot for the tournament. . . . * * * C. H. "Chuck" Lennan and Ivan Davis had a full evening when Diamond Bread's Bakers played at Hayfield the other night . . . the official couldn't get there, so the iiome management asked whether it would be all right if one player from each squad blew the whistle for a halt . . . it turned out, though, that Chuck refereed one half and Ivan Davis the other . . . and v in spite o£ that, Haytield scored four times in the closing minutes to win the game. . . , Jack's Boy Winner. Over Coast Ace in Star Bout of Week NEW YORK, (UP)--Ken Overlin, Jack Dempsey's wild-swinging, jumping jack sailor boy from Richmond, Va., Wedneday night won a close 10 round decision over Fred Apostoli, San Francisco, in a furious middleweight elimination bout at the Hippodrome. Apostoli, although loser in his eastern debut, won an army of admirers by his splendid snowing against the more seasoned Overlin. Both were given a grand ovation by the 3,000 fans when they left the ring because they had staged one of the best scraps seen in the metropolitan 'area in months. The decision--which was a split verdict--found disfavor with many of the fans and there was some booing. However, it was a close fight and many of the rounds could have been scored either way. The dark-haired, 23 year old California Italian was the aggressor throughout and l a n d e d the most damaging punches. Max Baer's Country Home Burns, Blazes May Be by Arsonist SACRAMENTO, Cal., (^--Authorities Thursday sought the cause o£ a $40,000 fire which destroyed the country home of ex- heavyweight champion Max Bad- end his manager, Ancil Hoffman. Hoffman said he believed the blaze was set by a firebug. Fourteen recent Sacramento fires were attributed by officials to an incendiary. The former champion, his manager, their wives and friends, were playing cards when a dog's barking warned'them of danger. They were able to take only a few of their possessions before escaping from the blazing house. Hoffman said flames broke out in numerous parts of the house at once. All Dressed Up Pro Head Refuses to Set Meeting Time on Hearing Over Ouster CHICAGO, (UP)--Tom Walsh, secretary of the Professional Golfers association, refused Thursday to call a special meeting to consider the case of Robert E. Harlow, ousted tournament manager, when one of five petitioners withdrew. "I am maknig no attempt to evade a special meeting," Walsh said. "P. G. A. by laws request five petitions from officers of different sections. In addition, we must have .the original requisitions, not the photographic copies such as Harlow sent." Harlow's dismissal followed differences between the tournament manager and President George R. Jacobus, who announced Harlow's outside activity prevented his carrying out his job properly. Norhia lean and Bud Risslcr, veteran stage stars despite their lender years, are shown above in one ol their most popular comedy skits. This professional team of brother anil sister, whose home is in Manly, will supply one of the brightest bits of entertainment in the floor show arranged for the President's Birthday ball Saturday nig-ht at the Mason City armory. Iowa Cagers to Play Important Loop Test Three Teams Tie in League Keg Ratings NEW HAMPTON--Thoreson's, A P and Dunkle's are tied for first place in the New Hampton men's bowling league here. THE STANDING AVI. Pis. Duufclc's 302 14 Thomson's 5 1 1 14 A and !· .1111 .14 aonnelly'.i 497 Jl) Leuthold-O'Connor 479 n Court House ... ....... 4~9 7 Diamond Oilers 4 H -. Sheagley and Kennedy ... -\G'J 5 The trend appears to about the same everywhere. Even in Spain, when there's a boom, the real estate goes up.--Boston Herald. -'Price Now of Famous Cold Re me Pet. i.nun Ml .fin" .500 MIDWEST CONFERENCE W I, Carlclon ..... . . . . . . . . . 3 0 Cornell ^ 1 M o n m o u t h i I Jleloll I I Coc I ·· Lawrence I ± Hfpon I z Knox 0 2 MT. VERNON, (/P)--Activity in the Midwest conference basketball race this week-end will center around Beloit's trip into Iowa to play Coe and Cornell. The Wisconsin team, now in fourth place with a .500, average, will play Coe at Cedar"' Hapids Saturday .night. Eeloit will stay in Cedar Rapids and move over to Mt. .Vernon for the Cornell game Monday night. Prep Bowler Cracks Wood for Top Score MACOMB, 111., (UP) -- Wally Reed, 18 year old high school senior, made a perfect 300 bowling score.- In the next game he failed to make a single strike. Heed's 300 game was the first such score ever posted here in the 40 years since the first bowling alley was opened. MOVIE By D. B. K. FINE VARIETY OF ACTS IN MAJOR BOWES SHOW Topping off a fine variety of acts in the Major Bowes Transcontinental Revue playing through Thursday at the Palace are the iUimickinjr Melodecrs, four boys who by their amazingly accurate imitation of several "name" bands won most applause during the performance Wednesday night. Among the bands imitated by the mimicking Melodeers were those of Wayne, Kine, Glen Gray, Rubinoff, the Iloosicr Hot Shots, Henry Busse, Tetl Lewis and Ben Bcrnic. The last two were encore numbers. Rhoda Chase, beautiful basso profundo from Pittsburgh, sang "Pennies From Heaven" and responded to an encore, with her rendition o£ "Broadway Rhythm." and cast opposite him is Evelyn Venable. * » ·· · ''Ceiling Zero," with Pat O'Brien and James Cagncy, and Tex Kilter's "Headin' for the Rio Grande" play at the Strand Friday and Saturday. ' ~ e 9 * "Sinner Take All," a murder mystery featuring Bruce Cabot, Margaret Lindsay and Joseph Calleia, plays at the Cecil and Palace theaters Friday only. In this picture Miss Lindsay plays the part of an heiress menaced by a criminal, Cabot is a reporter, and Calleia is a night club owner. Comedy interludes are furnished by Robert Emmet O'Connor, Harry Holman and others. Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy are seen in "Our Relations," which plays Friday and Saturday at the Lake theater at Clear Lake. "Cavalry" Is the second feature on the program. In "Our Relations" the Laurel-Hardy combine portrays roles In which each has twin brothers, (he consequences resulting In one of file funniest pictures ever made by this pair of comics. Among those appeairng in the amateur broadcast from t h e stage, of the State theater, over KGLO, Thursday night are James Brown, the True brothers, Melvln Ferr, Allcen Childcrs and Mae and His Royal Entertainers. As the screen attractions the State management presents "Everything Is Thunder," a British love story starring Constance Bennett and Douglas Montgomery, a n d "Trapped by Television," with Lyle Talbot and Mary Aslor. State theater attractions Friday and Saturday are "Valley of Wanted Men," story of a jailbird's paradise which has in its leadinff roles Frankie Darro, Russell Hopton, Grant Withers, Drue Leyton and minor characters, and the football film, "The Big: Game." 1. TaVo 2 BAYER ASPIRIN Inbtolt ond drink a full glass 'of water. Repent Iroat- mont in 2 hours, If throat Is lore, cruih and Jtir 3 BAYER ASPIRIN tablets In ^A glass of wafer. Gargle twice. This eases throat rawness at* most instantly. Missouri Ace Leads Way in South Match ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla., (UP)-Shooting superlative golf in quest of a leg on the Ponce de Leon trophy, Joe Switzer of St. Louis Wednesday continued the pace that won him the medal on opening day to go into the semifinals of the Florida winter amateur championships. Playing over the rain-soggy St. Augustine links,' Switzer led the way into the round of four by defeating Morton Bright of Daytona Beach, 5 and 4. Mrs. Edna Hagen to Seek Balm in Court TRENTON, N. J., (UP)--Mrs. Edna C. Hagen. Deal, N. J.. petitioned for divorce Wednesday from Walter Hagen, former U. S.. British and Canadian open golf champion. The petition charged '"the Haig" with desertion while they were wintering in Florida in 1026. They have no children. Genuine Bayer Aspirin the Thing To Take for Fast Relief This will act to fight fever, and Instead of buying costly medicines for a cold, try the way nearly any doctor you ask will approve as the modern way -- BAYER ASPIRIN. It is perhaps the most famous and most widely used of all cold remedies today --^yet costs only lof for a dozen tablets or two full dozen for a quarter anywlere in the United States. Virtually Ij? s tablet. The way you use it is this: Two BAYER tablets when you feel a cold coming on. Take ·with a full glass of water. Then repeat, if necessary, according lo directions in each package. pains which usually accompany colds. Relief comes rapidly. Get the geiluine BAYER ASPIRIN hy asking for it by its full name: not by the name "aspirin" alone. , DECORAH WINS DECOBAH--The Decorah junior high school team defeated Cresco Wednesday afternoon, 18 to 8, in the Decorah high school gymnasium. Dick Holm and Charles Hislop starred for the local team. SHOWING THIS WEEK C E CIL--"Bullflos Drum- muncl Escapes" and "Sin£ Me a Love Song" through Thursday. "Sinners Take All" Friday. ','Champasne Waltz" starts Saturday. P A L A C E--"H a p p y-G o- Lucky" and "Transcontinental Stage Revue" through Thursday. "Sinners Tahc AH" Friday. "One Way Passage" and "Arizona- Mahoney" starts Saturday. S T A T E--"Everything I s Thunder" and "Trapped by Television" through Thursday. "Talent Quest" amateur broadcast from stase over KGLO Thursday night. "The Big- Game" and "Valley of Wanted Men" through Saturday. STRAND--"Lafly Be Careful," and "Down to the Sea" through Thursday. "Ceiling Zero" and "Iloadrn' for the Rio Grande" through Saturday. L A K E -- ( C l e a r L a k e ) -"Gold Diggers of 1937" through Thursday. "Cavalry" and "Our Relations" through Saturday, Ryder Returns to His Seat in House DBS MOINES, (IP)--Representa tive John Ryder of Dubuque, vet eran member of the Iowa house o representatives who 10 days agi collapsed in the house chamber after casting his vote to assure dem ocratic .victory in the speakership scrap, returned to his desk Wednesday. FRI. anfl SAT. 2GREATFEATURES LAUREL and HARDY in "OUR RELATIONS" Plus BOB STEELE in "CAVALR1" ANY SEAT 16c ENDS THURSDAY · "GOLD DIGGERS OF 1937" 15° FOR A DOZEN 2 FULL DOZEN FOR 25e VIRTUALLY le A TABLET Report Hitler Will Dissolve Reichstag at Saturday Session BERLIN, (/?}--Chancellor Adolf Hitler was reported in inner nazi circles to be preparing to dissolve the reichstag in its present bulky form when it convenes Saturday. Although official confirmation was not obtainable, these circles said they expected Hitler would declare the state no longer needs a body of 741 men existing only to act as a sounding board for der Fuehrer's special pronouncements. When conditions are ready lor I this step, it is known, the nazis' plan to create a substitute for the reichstag in tiie form ot a smaller, more compact body or senate comparable to Premier Mussolini's grand council or the Japanese council of ciders. Miss Chase possesses an extraordinarily deep voice, which made her numbers unique in presentation. Adolnhus Quincy Robinson, the dusky North Carolinan who appeared on the last Major Bowes u n i t here, gave his sizzling version oE "I Heard" and "I Could Do Most Anything for You"; Winrly Jack, versatile young Italian, played a number of unique "instruments," such as balloons, tire pumps, a harmonica and two spoons; Mae MacPhce opened the show with a tap dance routine; Ruth O'Neil, soprano, sang "Make Believe" from "Show Boat" and for her encore, "The Kiss Waltz," and Accordionist James Erikson played "Dizzy Fingers." Paris Lee as master of ceremonies sang 'Ole Man River" in. excellent fashion, and kept up an amusing and entertaining line of chattel- while m. c.-ing. Phil Rcean plays a dual role in the perplexing plot of "Happy-Go- Lucky," film fare- on the menu, BALL ROOM OLD TIME JUBILEE CARNIVAL FRIDAY H 'JSS* Earl Hunt's Orch. SATURDAY COURT HUSSEY FLOOD RELIEF DANCE SUNDAY Bobby Griggs Orch. also Barbara Isaacs will present a 30-minute Floor Show at 10:30 40c PER PERSON Jloney will be given to the Ked Cross for Flood Relief Fund. FOUR UNITS ]T-l"]J · f 1 * ELJJl-fnU FRI, SAT, BIG BARGAIN SHOWS SURPRISE GIFTS TO KIDDIES SATURDAY MATINEE Mat. I6c Eve. 21c EDDIE RICKENBACKER "Ace Drummond" TEX RITTER in "HEADIN 1 FOR THE RIO GRANDE" LATEST WORLD NEWS FLASHES ENDS TONITE Kiddies lOo JAMES CAGNEY PAT O'BRIEN "CEILING ZERO" "DOWN TO THE SEA" and "LADY BE CAREFUL" Cincinnati Floodlights CINCINNATI, (#)--Robert J. orton, 12, of Detroit, · sent his hole month's pay to Mayor Rusell Wilson for flood relief. He an- ounced it was his allowance of 5 cevtls a week. The Optimist club was to hold s Thursday meeting as usual. There are a few bright spots eft in this flood-\veary city, ightseers along Third street luckled today at a sign barely isible above 20 feet of water. It ead: "This lot for sale or lease. No nterruption from high water/ Another sign down the street ead: "Deliveries should be made Duane street jn the rear." mane street is under -ater. six feet of Police Chief Eugene T. Veathery said persons found cir- ulating false reports would be urned over to federal authorities. Firemen answered approxima- ely 150 fire alarms in the five- ay period .ending Tuesday mid- .ight. LAST TIBIE THURSDAY ON THE STAGE MAJOR BOWES TRANSCONTINENTAL REVUE Screen, "Happy Go Lucky" STARTS SATURDAY 2 ACE HITS Mr. Thin Man returns to thrill you again! "Arizona Mahoney" JOE COOK BUSTER CRABBE Gasoline Contract Let. ALLISON -- The Standard Oil ompany of Mason City received contract for Butler county eason's supply of gasoline. The mount of the contract' amount- d to $4,000. Mrs. Sherwood Hostess. ROCKWELL -- The Congvega- onal circle met with Mrs! Grace Iherwood Wednesday afternoon. Train Mishap Victim Is Believed Transient TAMA, (fP)--Personal effects on the man fatally injured in a train accident here Tuesday evening led officers to believe the victim is Robert Stover, 44, transient. He died Wednesday morning at the Tama county home hospital of a fractured skull. Ends Thursday: ·EVERYTHING IS THUNDER' 'TRAPPED BY TELEVISION' TONIGHT On the Stage KGLO . .. STATE THEATRE Be On Hand to Boost for Your Favorite Friday - Saturday--TWO GREAT SHOWS TALENT QUEST Willi P h i l i p H u i t o n James Glcaton J u n e T r a x i g i B r u c e C a b o t A n d y D e v i n e and I[oward Stoecker of Mason Cil: Frankie Darro. Grant Withers. , Drue Leyton "VALLEY" OF WANTED MEN" Special Kiddies Matinee Saturday ONE HOUR OP LAUGHS Comedies - Cartoons $ $ FRIDAY NIGHT--PLAY SCREENO $ '$ FRIDAY IS THE GALA DAY! S § S AT BOTH THE $ % % - . NEW CECIL PALACE 'Attend the Matinee and Avoid the Evening Crowds! Try and Guess The Answer! Solution-proof murder mystery . . , girl on the spot! with a beautiful with Margaret Lindsay Bruce Cabot Joseph Calleia Ends Thurs. DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM "SING ME A LOVE SONG" "BULLDOG DRUMMOND ESCAPES" STARTS SATURDAY A Couple of Bad H ombres Have Gone a Long Way Since They Appeared in "The Texas Rangers" Yeah Man! They're, in the class with top hats and. tails! And are they struttin' . . . Just a couple of cowhands gone doozie! ,*£ PLUS COMEDY, CARTOON AND NEWS COMING SOON "ONE IN U'f I MILLION"--"GOD'S COUNTRY AND THE WOMAN"--"STOLEN HOLIDAY"

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