The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 3, 1937 · Page 10
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
February 3, 1937

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

Publication:
Location:
Mason City, Iowa
Issue Date:
Wednesday, February 3, 1937
Page:
Page 10
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 10 article text (OCR)

K^j55^LttKJgfrg^ta=ggjg'-3aia5igg3^ TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 3 ·{ 1937 ii GLOBE-GAZETTE SPORTS PURDUE PLAYS NOTRE DAME .0 Both Squads Try for Start on New Win Streak-as They Play Contest. CHICAGO, (#) -- Purdue, returning to action for the first time In more than two weeks, and Notre Dame's Irish will meet at South Bend in one of the neign- borhood's prize basketball offerings o£ the season, before a capacity crowd of 5,500 spectators. The battle will bring together two of the midwest's leading basket shooters, Notre Dame's Johnny Moir and Jewell Young, the Boilermakers' Big Ten leader. Moir has scored 141 points in 12 games, three more than Young's total for the same number of engagements. Each team has finished mid- semesler examinations and Purdue will ,be out to start a new string of victories. The Boilermakers dropped their last tussle, losing to Illinois, 39 to 38, at Lalayette, Jan. 18. Iowa will entertain Norlli Da- Icota in another game of the night, the Hawkeyes also resuming warfare lor the lirst time since Jan. 18. The, conference championship race will resume Saturday night with Indiana at Iowa, and Ohio State at Minnesota. At the same time, Illinois will shoot for its second, victory of the season over Notre Dame, having downed the Irish, 44 to 29, Dec. 19; Northwestern will meet Marquetle at Evanston, "Wisconsin will be at home to Michigan'State, and Chicago will tackle Loyola's powerful five on the midway. . Livermore Wins in Kanawha Cage Test KANAWHA--Livermore nosed out Kanawha 19 to 18 Tuesday night in the varsity game and its second team won from the local seconds 13 to 8 Tuesday night. Yeakel of Kanawha was high for the game with 10 points and Logue of Livermore led the winning attack with nine. Star Divers Out for Iowa U'Tank Events IOWA CITY, OP)-- The chances of the University of Iowa's swimming team repeating as Big Ten champions were lessened Wednesday by the announcement that ".Arnold .Christen -of ·: Hammond, ··:rrd^ana~-JonTrrSrark; ^Gedai-'Eap- ids, both star divers, 'had been declared ineligible after failing to pass scholastic requirements. Coach Dave Armbruster said George Nissen of Cedar Rapids and Harold Sears of Davenport will probably be used in the diving events; The Hawkeyes will meet Chicago there Feb. 13.' . Joe Mowry Is Given Iowa Phy Ed Degree IOWA CITY,'. (/P)-- Joe Mowry hard hitting outfielder with St Paul in the American association was awarded a bachelor's degree in physical education at the University of Iowa mid-year convo cation exercises here Tuesday. AER TO SCRAP BOB AT GARDEN 3 astor Signs to Meet Past hatnp; Braddock Ready for Short Bouts. NEW YORK, (UP)--Max Baer, ormer heavyweight champion, nd Bobby Pastor, young New orker, were tentatively matched Vednesday to meet at Madison quare garden, March 19. Jimmy Johnston, garden boxing fficial, said that Ancil Hoffman Baer's manager, agreed to meet "astor if postponement of a date /laxie has in London can be ar- anged. Pastor, who is managed by immy Johnston, Jr., said he was villing to meet Baer. Hoffman, talking on the phone rom California, said he would try o postpone his London date until pril. JRADDOCK TO FIGHT Heavyweight Champion Jimmy Braddock signed to meet two op- onents at the hippodrome 4 here eb. 15. The bouts will be either wo or three rounds each. Bradock will meet Eddie Kotwisca of Garfield, N. J., and Eddie Cook ol flavana. URNS DOWN BOUT Mike Jacobs, Twentieth Century lub promoter, refused an offer of 15,000 for a Joe Louis bout with Jnknown Winston of Boston, pringfield, Mass. The offer was efused, Jacobs said, because of le unwillingness of Louis, him- elf a Negro, to box Negro oppon- nts. Hanlontown Wins in Thompson High Tes HANLONTOWN -- Hanlontown won from Thompson 31 to 1 Tuesday night, holding the losin team scoreless in the first am fourth periods. Hanlontown's sec ond team won from the Thompsoi reserves 25 to 19. The Hanlon town Independents completed th winning evening with a 45 to 2 victory over Thompson. . Rake Ekes Out Win and Loss in Games RAKE -- Rake eked out a 19 t IB victory over Fertile's varsit basketball team Tuesday nigh then dropped a second team ba tie by just as close a margin in 15 to 14 game. The varsity team' win marked Rake's eleventh vie tory in 17 games this season. Goodell Preps Win in Gamer Contes GARNER -- Goodell wallope Garner 35 to 12 Tuesday nigh as Dennis, Zielia and Boiler ra wild in the second half to over whelm the home quintet. Denni was high man lor Goodell, Den ney for Garner. Garner won th second team game from Goode 24 to 0. Garner plays at Clea Lake Friday night. BOB PACHO WINS JERSEY CITY, N. J., (UP) -Bobby Pacho, 141, Phoenix, Ariz kaoyed Jimmie Alba, 141,,Phila delphia, in the first round of scheduled 10 Tuesday night a Braddock arena. BATTLE TO TIE NEW YORK, (UP)--The Detro Hed Wings, leaders of the Ameri can division of the Nationa Hockey league, battled to a 4-4 ti with the second place New Yor Rangers Tuesday night at Madiso Square Garden. AVESLEYAN ROMPS D U B U Q U E , (/T") -- Reserve played the cnlire last half as low Wcslcyan romped over Dubucju university, 54 to '39, in an low conference basketball game her Tuesday night. Vlanly Cagers Grab Game to Break Run of .Hard Court Luck MANLY--Kept out of .the vic- iry column for its last 15 games, :anly high school scored 16 points hile holding Grafton to 4 during le closing minutes of a court bate at Manly Tuesday night to pull ut'a 31 to 24 triumph. Clair Basgall counted 13 mark's to help his mates break" their oreak of misfortune. Landdock cored a like number for the isers. Manly managed to end its long un of losses without the services ! its captain, Culver, who was onfined to his home with in- ucnza. The local girls were nosed out, : to 23, by the Lcland girls in a rcliminary game. . CUB REPORTER'S FACE DUSKY RED oe Gould Shaking Fist at Madison Square Garden Boss Over Battle. By SCOTTy RESTON "NEW YORK, m-- Joe Gould, eing about as subtle as a" punch n the nose, is shaking his fist cross town at Mr. James Jay jedyard High Takes Armstrong Tussles ARMSTRONG -- Ledyard won wo games from Armstrong Tuesday night, the girls winning by a core of 30 to 28 while the boys defeated o 28. the Armstrong boys 31 rort Dodge Jaysees Win Ellsworth' Game IOWA FALLS--The'Fort Dodgi Junior college ran a 23 to 14 hal ,ime lead into a 43 to 38 basketbal victory over Ellsworth Junior col lege at Iowa Falls Tuesday nigh Iowa Falls girls beat Alden 51 t 32 after leading 16 to 13 at th half. Betty Cormaney scored 16 to lead Alden's girls while Eleanor Osgood's 20 point total was high for the Iowa Falls girls. ohnston Gould says, among ther things, that J. J. J. has ruin- d boxing for New York, an amus- ng and somewhat impossible ae- omplishment --He bases this n Johnston's alleged instructions hat Bob Pastor go in and run way from Joe Louis . . . hu also ays Johnston is going around aying heavyweight Champion immy Braddoc-k is too old to ight . . . GouM goes to (he last amp-post in the world to back up this one . . . as evidence re produces a clipping from an "WITH FIVE POLES" NEW YORK, (/P)--Sueo Oye, star Japanese pole vaulter, arrived in New York Monday night bearing Jive poles which he guarded as he would the family jewels. He was more concerned'over his bamboo shafts than he was over the fact that he hasn't been able to practice in weeks, although he competes in the Miltrose games here Saturday. ' His English consists of two words, one of which' is "yes," but through an interpreter he said he would jump Saturday if he can practice before hand. Oye said he has never vaulted indoors, but'that he is willing to try almost anything once. BOMBS NEAR WARSHIP British Take No Retaliatory Action Against Spanish Loyalist Planes. LONDON, (IP)--Three Spanish government planes dropped three small bombs near the British battleship Royal Oak off Europa Point, Gibraltar, authoritative sources reported Wednesday. The battleship was not damaged.' Official sources said the gov- eminent mistook "assumed" the the battleship planes for Spanish insurgent ship but George Ogilvie-Forbes, British charge d' affaires in Spain, was instructed to "bring the matter to the attention" of the Valencia social administration. The attack occurred at approximately 11:30 a. m. Tuesday, it was reported. No retaliatory action was taken by the Royal Oak's commanding officers, t h e s e sources said. Through representations to the Valencia government, the British hope to "prevent any repetition of such incidents," foreign office officials declared. Reports of the arrival of "another contingent of Italian volunteers at Cadiz Jan. 23" were received at the same time, officials said, from a "usually reliable source." '.. The government has asked for "full particulars" regarding the report, it was said. No representation to the Rome government-is planned at present, officials declared. (Italy with ther nations, has'tfgreed to effect volunteer ban at a date still to e set). STOLEN HOLIDAY" PLOT FROM ACTUAL EXPERIENCES "Stolen Holiday," in spite of the producers assurance that it bears no relationship to anything or anyone in real life, is reminiscent of the famous Stavisky scandal which aroused the people of France a few years ago. But whether it is fact or fiction, it provides entertainment for the audiences who are seeing it at the Cecil theater Wednesday and Thursday. The women will be particularly entertained by it because of the fashions shown in style shows and modeled by the beautiful Kay Australian paper in which Johnston is quoted as saying "Braddock is too old and any first class man will lick Schmeling" . . . Paradox of the situation is that Johnston works for Madison Square Garden, which is staging he tottering Schmeling-Braddock fight in June , , . Gould's point n the argument is clear enough . . he wants to get Braddock out of the Schmeling fight and into :he proposed Joe Louis' bout in Chicago . . . He may do it, but ie'11 have to out-shout James Jay Johnston, and outwit Col. John Reed Kilpatrick's "600 millionaires," and gentlemen, that is a winter's task, even for the voluble and ungrammatical Mr. Gould . . . * * * TIIUE STOKY: We sent out a story Monday night saying pole aulter Sueo Oye of Japan arrived in New York and brought The Iowa mortgage moratorium, Representative F. L. Lovrian (R) f Humboldt, told the house, "is or the honest man--not the speculator." ' ·*'-'.' ' along five poles Story hadn't been out five minutes when a cub reporter on one of the 'papers called up and asked: "Say, who were those Poles'?" . . . There is an undercurrent of resentment by a Nebraska minority against Dana Bible for quitting out there, but one dope is Bible landed "Biff" Jones as his successor. Representative -J. P. Gallagher D) of Williamsburg, editor and ouse sage, has provided a dic- ionary for the use of house mem- ers. Placing it on a window ledge yhere.it would be accessible at all imes, Gallagher suggested, "this a good neighborhood over on his side of the house--come over and see us." Bancroft Hoopsters Defeat Seneca High BANCROFT--St. John's academy of Bancroft defeated Seneca high school 27 to 23 Tuesday night. Seneca's second team won from St. John's seconds 21 to 3 in the opener. Hampton High Takes Two Scraps'at Home HAMPTON--Hampton's cage teams chalked up a pair of victories Tuesday night on their home court, the varsity overwhelming Sheffield high 46 to 19 after the second string had opened the evening with a 21 to 8 win over the Sheffield seconds. Little Cedar Winner in Girls' Cage Test LITTLE CEDAR--The Little Cedar junior high five beat the reserves of the local high school squad 25 to 16 Tuesday night following an opening contest which saw the Little Cedar girls' team triumph over Floyd high's girls 25 to 13, holding the visiting six scoreless during the last half while counting 11 points. CANADIENS WIN BOSTON, (UP)---Babe Siebert's third period goal gave the Montreal Canadians a 1 to 0 victory over the Boston Bruins in a close checking national hockey league game Tuesday night before 15,000. MAROONS 1VIN MONTREAL, Quebec, (UP)-Montreal Maroons strengthened their hold on second place of the National Hockey league's international division Tuesday night with a 3 to 1 victory over Toronto's Maple Leafs. Approximately 6,000 fans attended. Mat Results HIGH SCKOOt, MASON" CITi fni; DatU Grove I0',i. Shell Rock Hoopers Take Dumont Battl DUMONT--Shell Rock defeated the Dumont Independents 42 to 31 Monday evening. Shreve was high point man for Dumont with 13 points and each of Shell Rock's six players made five points except Williams who was high man with nine. Cage Scores JUNIOR COLLEGE MASOX CITY -Iff; Eathcrville US. ainsc.iline 38; Independence 2X Washington :t8; Cenlerville 33. Fort Dodge i:i; Ellsworth 38. MASON CITY Hl-31; Charles Cily 21-22 S c a r v t i l c 13-8; Thompson 18-21 ( r e serves). Marble nock 17-22; Greene 12-11. Ackley 27-ir: Aplinglc-n Ij-40. Little Cedar 23; Flyod i:i g i r l a ) . JF.imil°n -ll!--'lr Sheffield t'j-s. St. Cecilia's (Algona) 2(3-£i; Presentation OVhittemore) 13-11. Rlcevllln l.j-14; Elma 12-10. Manly 31: Grafton 24. Leland 20; Manly 23 (girls). Uecornh Sl-21; Crescn 10-11. Flockford ilu-'U.ia; Nora Sprints 17- llansell II).I-:; Genera 19-II7. Golrtlield :i:i-2U; Clarion ~2-27. Ventura 20~'1Q; Rock Falls iy-12. lou-a Falls r»l; Alden 32 (fflrls). llanlDnlovvn :{|-2.'i: Thompson l l - i n . St. John's (Bancroft) 2i-:ii .Seneca 2J-' l.cdyard :ll-:!0; Armstrong ^iR-2H. I.ivermore in-i:;; Kanawlta 18-K. Coorlcll .13-1); Garner 12-21. Hake l n - M ; F e r t i l e IX-l.l. COLLEGE I'Mva \Veslcyan ,',l;. Dubunue M. G r i n n e l l r;i; Tulsa :»). Parsons 10; fftnn 2H, "Upper Iowa 41; Central Bfi. Two Aid Societies at Dows Elect Officer DOWS--The County Luthera. ladies aid society met in the horn of Mrs. Orien Alverson and elec - - Statehouse Highlights By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Legislators were irked at the elay in reaching the food counter 10 first day the new statehouse afeteria was opened. As a result Representative C. G. ohnson (D) of Marathon, sug- ested that members of the house rrange to relief their clerks a alf hour early each day so "they an get through with lunch and be ut of the way at recess." SHOWING THIS WEEK CECIL--"S t o 1 e n Holiday" through Thursday. "General Spanky" Friday. "One in a Million" starts Saturday. PALACE--"East Meets West" and "Wanted: Jane Turner" through Thursday. "General Spanky" Friflay. "More Than a Secretary" and "Jungle Princess" starts Saturday. STATE--"Killer at Larce" and Catherine the Great" through Thursday. "Isle of Fury" and "Stampede" through Saturday. STRAND -- "Bulldo? Edition" and "Wives Never Know" through Thursday. "Crooked Trail" anil "15 Maiden Lane" through Saturday. LAKE -- (Clear Lake) -"Three Smart Girls" through Thursday. "Mad Holiday" and "Riff Raff" through Saturday. Francis. What the men will do, besides b e worried f o r f e a r their wives will get ideas for their spring wardrobes, is another thing. Outstanding in a good cast is Ciauclc Rains who as the suave and brilliant Stephan Orloff conceives the series of swindles through the unwitting aid of Kay Francis whom he finds modeling in a Paris dressmaking house. The third man in the triangle is Ian Hunter, who plays the role of a young British diplomat. He is aided by Alison Skipwortb, who is employed in the fashion house of Picot, Inc., which Kay Francis comes to own. « $ « Those of you who think all movie stunts arc faked should find this following Hollywood- item, clipped from Variety, of interest: "Frank Lyon, 29, midget car race driver was killed in , Los Angeles Jan. 23 while making a scene for Columbia's 'Racing Neck.' His neck was broken when his car crashed against a posf. . . . When Katherine De- . Mille returned from a charitable visit to a leper institution outside Cartancga, Columbia, dis- tributing gifts to the 200 lepers (here, she underwent a thorough physical examination before putting in her first appearance at the studio where she is employed . . Rogei- I'ryor went practical birthday-gifting for his wife, Ann Sothern, and presented her a book of airplane passes good between Hollywood and Chicago, where the Pryor band is now playing . . . William Gargan has signed a. new long term contract at Uni- .versa! . . . Gary Cooper returned to work after his recov- ' cry from Influenza, but went home again when he learned Director Henry Hathaway is down with it, so "Souls at Sea" is still on the shelf . . . W. C. Fields was gifted with 37 dictionaries during his illness . , . Without taking his long, black cigar out of his mouth, squatty Edward G Robinson sansr "Home on the Range" for film cowboy Dick Foran in Warners' cafe anil eol three encores . Robert Taylor postponed a flisht to No.w York and Washington when influenza caught up with him. * ft S THINGS HAPPEN OVERNIGHT IN "EAST MEETS WEST'\ Things happen overnight, so to speak, in the mythical country of Rungay. when George Arliss, as the fascinating Rajah, finds himself powerless to impose his will upon his son, who is madly in love with an English woman in "East Meets West," the first of two features to open at the Palace theater Tuesday. The part is tailored to Arliss ! style of subtle, sinister, all-powerful portrayal, heightened by the irresistible grandeur of the Orient The romance of the dashing Oriental pi-ince, as played by Ballard Berkeley and the bride of an English officer, as played by Lucic Manneheim is used to complete the plot of international intrigue. The craftiness with which the sultan plays one power against an other lor the development of his small country marks this pictun as typically Arliss. Photographic shots have been used to advantage Three senators" took steps to right a wrong" against Senator M. X. Geske (D) of McGregor, who had been complaining bittler in cloakroom conversations with his colleagues. It started when a bill to change :o two-thirds majority the vote required to confirm a number of gubernatorial appointments was introduced in the upper chamber with Geske listed as .one of its principal authors. Wednesday ond Thursday The catch was that on its. face the bill was a republican measure and Geske has long been a staunch democrat Two of the republican sponsors, hearing of Geske's complaints, found out, they said, that they had made a mistake and should have written the name of Senator Sam D. Goetsch (D) of Decorah, as the co-author instead of Geske. The two republicans were Senator L. H. Doran (R) of Boone and Senator Frank Pelzer (R) of Ma me. Senators have discovered they can't make speeches on the senate floor when speeches aren't in order. The other day two senators rose, asking information on a motion called up for a vote, and started to discuss the pros and cons of the matter. Lieut. Gov. John Valentine then banged his gavel, cutting off taik with the decree: "The senators aren't asking for information, they are making speeches. Proceed with the vote." DEANNA DURBIN NEW SINGING STAR IN "THREE SMART GIRLS" WITH RAY M1LLAND CHARLES WINN1NGER TWKNEK LE E T R * A C V ' GLORIA S T U A R T 2 FEATURES - ALSO" GEORGE ARLISS woman rajah! "EAST MEETS WEST" -COMING SOON- On Our Stage--In Person "Ited Jiol and Beautiful" "JTttre Than a S e c r e l a r y " "Junrlo Princess" build the atmosphere of the far ast. In "Wanted; Jane Turner," the econd feature on the bill, the Gnan has been set aside as a cellu- oid crime-fighting agency and the activities of the United S t a t e s postal inspection bureau have been used for the .plot. Many of t h e scenes of t h e thriller were taken in a real post- office.'It was the third screen appearance in romantic leads of ee Tracy and Gloria Stuart, cast :)is time in the parts of postoffice detectives. Paul Guilfoyle is the .'illain. CAGED GROUNDHOG AT DECORAH GIVES FORECASTERS' DATA and went about surveying the weather, which for the past two nights has ranged around 25 degrees below zero. The animal received lots of attention during (he day by curious spectators, who were anxious to see if he acted according to report, and late Tuesday evening was as lively as ever, and showed no immediate signs of returning to his long sleep. 35,308 Pounds of Carp. ARNOLDS PARK, (IP)--State conservation board officials here reported Tuesday 35,308 pounds of carp and buffalo have been caught in nets this winter in the Okoboji lakes. Revoke Lawyer's License. CEDAR RAPIDS, (/?)--The Iowa supreme court revoked the license of Paul F. Jones, 30, attorney who pleaded guilty to embezzlement from an estate. The court acted at the request of the Linn county Bar association. ^ DECORAH--Groundhog Day, 01 ""eh, 2, has long been a legendary day, but few persons seem to be able to prove whether or not the froundhog really does come out oi lis hibernating state and survey he weather on that'certain'-day. But it looks as if there might be something to the story, after all. Melvin Fish, service station em- ploye, who captured a groundhog several months ago, kept him in a cage in the basement of the Sinclair service station. Tuesday norning, as per schedule, the iroundhog. wakened from his winter's sleep, stretched himself, NORTH IOWA'S BEST THEATER NOWISSk OLD TIME DANCE 26c FRIDAY 40c ART'S NIGHT HAWKS SATURDAY BENNETT-GRETBN TUESDAY Another Special Dance for Couples Only --COMIN'G SOON-"THE GREAT O'MALLEV" "God's Country and the Woman 11 COMING THURS. ONLY. I'EG. II "ROMEO AND JULIET" All Seals Reserved Tickets on S a l e Starting F r i d a y , Feb. 5th 2 DELIGHTFUL SHOWS Mat. 16c Eve. 21c BEATS THEM ALL COUNTRY EVERY WEDNESDAY SECOND FEATURE: "BULLDOG EDITION" WITH RAY WALKER EVALYN KNAPP THE BEST FOR LESS THRILLS AND FUN D A N C E Aralon Ballroom Manly, Iowa OLD-TIME DANCE THURSDAY, FEB. 4 Music by ART'S NiGHTHAWKS Admission 25c Here is a Show So Big We Will Give It to You FOR 5 BIG DAYS St art ing Saturday Something New Someone Different A MUSICAL SHOW ON GN ' EVW SKY-HIGH HI-JINKS THE ALPS WITH THE OLYMPIC son; vice president, Mrs. Alfred Schwaub; secretary, -Mrs. Henry Gorder; treasurer, Mrs. Gehart Anderson. The Dows Lutheran Ladies Aid Epciety met in the home of Mrs. Clyde McAdams and elected: President, Mrs. E. A. Duea; vice president, Mrs. Amos Iverson; secretary, Mrs. Clyde McAdams; treasurer, Mrs, N. C. Halvorson.' The Rev. H. Fauske, oC Eagle Grove, filled the Dowd Lutheran church pulpit last Sunday and the Rev. Morris Peterson o£ Kanawha, will substitute here for the Rev. E. A. Duea, next Sunday. Mr. Duea continues to improve and s able to be about in his wheel (Jtiair and on crutches. The legal adviser nt a banking organization which has a number of farm loans outstanding In Iowa merely smiled when the senate passed a bill extending the stnle farm mortgage moratorium. He refused to comment on the measure, but several observers remarked that the banks might be "very well satisfied." They recalled that before the final vote, one senator remarked he had "grave fears" the sum-erne court would not uphold the law in the form it passed the senate. Leave for El Centro ROCK FALLS--Roy Edgar and his sister, Miss Mary Edgar, who have been visiting here August, left Tuesday for home in El Centvo, Cal. since their Visitor 'From Tracy. PLYMOUTH--Louis Kilmer oC Tracy, Minn., is here visiting his mother, Mrs. Graper. Visitor From Canada. PLYMOUTH--Edwin Cowell of. Kinley, Sask., Canada, was a visitor at the Lloyd Graves home. DON'T IMISS THE THRILLS $ WEDNESDAY $ THE BIG DAY OF THE WEEK On the Stage: THURSDAY NIGHT KGLO--State Theater TALENT QUEST Kiddies Nicht - All Entrants Under 12 Years of Age! BE AT THE STATE IN PERSON and Vote for Your Favorite Votes Cast Personally at the' Theatre Will Count 5 to 1 for Thoie Call by Phone or Mail On the Screen: Wcd.-Thurs. Nerve-shatterinff Suspense . . . Trailing a "KILLER at Large" with MARY BRIAN ' RUSSELL HARDY AND DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS, Jr. ELIZABETH BERGNER in A l e x a n d e r Korila rlcturliatlon of the woman of many loves! ^'Catherine the Great" Young, Gorgeous, Vibrantly Alive- She Sets the Ice Afire and Your Heart Aflame! STARS! LOVE! SONGS! LAUGHS! And Hundreds of Pretty Girls in Sensational Ice-Revels! The Show That · is a Show! It's Something You've Never Seen Before! - JJ»

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page