Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 12, 1936 · Page 14
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 12, 1936
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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 12 1936 GLOBE^GAZETTE SPORTS SECTION COAST GAZETTES SEE END OF WAR Dizzy Dean Ready to Sign, Eorida Papers Saying; Sock 'im Club Grows. By EDDIE BRIETZ Associated Press Sports Writer TAMPA, Fla., IS)--Extra! Both local Gazettes say Dizzy Dean will sign within a week . . . that the ballyhoo has gone far enough. What with both Charlie Ruffing and Ben Chapman on his hands, it looks like a hectic vacation for Colonel Ruppert . . | like the old days when Ruth was the annual spring problem . . . Southern scribes are panning Joe Engel for offering to fight Dizzy .Dean . . . they said Joe isn't showing enough dignity for the president of a ball club. * * * One of the toughest guys in the majors for holdouts to do busines with is Larry McPhail of the Cincinnati Reds. He has told Ernie Lombard! and Babe Herman to stay in California until 1987 unless they sign at the club's terms. Herman is demanding more dough than the Giants pay Mel Ott, or the Braves pay Wally Bergcr . . . With all deference to Herman, McPhail would be glad to trade him for either . . Names didn't mean a thing when the Florida racing commission suspended Don Meade, who rode Broker's Tip to victory in the 1933 Kentucky derby . . . If there is a dark horse in the National league it is Cincinnati . . . Connie Mack has so many rookies on his squad, he speaks to every young man he sees on the streets at Fort Meyers . . . They say one of the reasons Dizzy Dean has been playing so much golf with Babe Ruth is to get lessons in holding out . , . Babe is a past master , . Moose Swaney, veteran southpaw of the House of David baseball team, is 45 years old. The "I want to punch Diray Dean" club is growing . . . The line will please form at the left . . Tony Faeth, former St. Paul pitcher, is the latest candidate . . Lou Gehrig is off to his best start in years . . . The Cardinals like Paul Dean all right, but it woud suit most of them if Dizzy holds out forever . . . The Reds didn't miss a day in Puerto Rico because of the weather . . . If they do all their training there next year, don't be surprised . . . Tampa is steaming at the prospect. Crystal Lake Runs Second in Seven Eagles Standing CRYSTAL LAKE--Crystal Laki high school defeated Hayfield her* by a 71 to 27 score in a Seven Eagles conference game. The victory put the Lakers in second position in the conference standings. Scanlan of the Lakers contribute! 21 field goals and 3 free throws good for 45 points to his team's total Rose and M. Sorenson also playec good ball for the Lakers. Chezik am Blank played best for Hayfield These two boys accounted for at of Hayfield's points. Seniors playing their last home game for Crystal Lake were Ivan Scanlan, Richard Rose, Clarence Steiff, Richard Rabe and Curtis Jensen. WRESTLING By THE ASSOCIATED FKK55 WORCESTER. M«i«B.--·Dunno O'Mahonr.v 22,1, Ireland, defeated -lark Knndntt, 215 Canada, two ntralpht falls. TRENTON. N. J.--Emil Btiaek, Omaha, defeated Able Coleman, two out of three fall*. OMAHA--St*Te Savagr. 2H. Chicago, defeated Bill Hftnsen, 218. Prove, Ctah straight /alls, 37:39 and 6--Ofl. MILWAUKEE -- Jim London defeated Bucket* r.nldenb*TK, Milwaukee* straight falls, 33:00 and 0.9. TIRES! OIL! BATTERIES! IN FACT, I GET ALL OF MY AUTO SUPPLIES AT WARDS. I KNOW I'M GETTING- THE BEST MONEY CANBUY-ATTHE VERYLOWESTPRICES. THAT'S MY OPINION, EXACTLY. AND I TELL ALL MY FRIENDS, TOO -MIGHT ASWELL PASS ALONG THE "GOOD NEWS" Wards POWER GRIPS will always get you there -- on Any Road! Cnect ths Low Price on your sizel '45 -- 4.M-W. ply 4.50-21 4 ply 4.71-21 « ply Wards Power Grips were especially designed for all kinds of "rough goin'"! They will give you more traction in mud or snow than any other tire made; more traction without chains than ordinary tires with chains! 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WINTER KING "ery $4.9.5 With Your Old Batter Extra Power! Extra reserve! 15 Plate! 24 month service adjustment guarantee! Battery Cable for Ford A or Chev. Ground. C o n n. e cting Rod for Chev. 29-31. Exch. 69c 19-Po. Socket Wrench Set. Strong! Save! $4.25 Ring and Pinion Gear for Ford A. Chev. 29 - 30 R a d i a t o r . Exch. price. S u p r e m e quality spark plug. Save! F o r d 28-29 R a d i a t o r . Exch. price. Oil Filter Rep 1 a c e m e nt Cartridge. 85c Ex. Lined Brake Shoes -- Ford A. Save! $1.19 Muffler f o r any Chev. 4 or 6. 1916-32. 22c ft, Heavy Dutv flexible molnf- cd! Hi inch by 5-32 inch. $1.98 Muffler f o r Ford A with Exhaust pipe. 102-4-6 SOUTH FEDERAL AVE. TELEPHONE 57 HONOR OF NATION STAKE IN RASSLE One-Man War Planned Here for Jerusalem, Greece, in Wrestling Arena. Greece and Jerusalem are two of the few nations which have passed through the present "war scare'' period safely, but a 'rassling war between the countries will be carried out in the main event of the American Legion's mat card Thursday night when Baron Ben Ginsberg, defending the honor of the anti-Hitlerites, meets Bill Demetral. Grecian titleholder, in a 2 out of 3 falls match. Bull Martin, from Boston, the Bean Town, 13 matched against Don Mclntyre of Kansas City in the 30 minute semiwindup. Martin IK of unknown caliber to local mat followers but Mclntyre, a former football player at Washburn college in Kansas, has appeared here on previous cards. He of the hard-to-spell and hard- to-pronounce name. Stanley Mayls- jack, of Minneapolis, will open up the evening's ceremonies with a bit of grunting against Nore Jerlstrom, the Seattle villain. CAGE SCORES GIRLS CATHOLIC MEET AT DUBUQUE FIRST BOUND St. John's (Teosta) 22; Visitation (Dub[K|Ur) 18. Rudolphtnum (Protlvln) 27; St. Clement's (Bnnkston) 3. St. Joseph's (Bcllevuc) 21; St. Jineph's (I)ubuqiie) 9. St. ColumbklltR (Dulmqurl 32; Immncn- late conception (Dubttque) 13. SECOND ROL'Nn St. «ncrslnu« (CMlur Rnrilit» 28: 51. .Jmrnir« (Farley) 2S. St. Mary's (VVnterlrm) 31; Immaculate Conception (Cedar Rapids) 11. Jock McAvoy, John Lewis to Meet in Title Contest NEW YORK, iVB--Jock McAvoy, the squire of Rochdale, Lancashire, says he intends to floor John Henry Lewis in their championship bout Friday night and with him, the ghost of the horizontal British fighter. The taciturn, unassuming- British- er who holds the middle and light- heavyweight championships of the empire, has taken upon himself the stern mission of wiping out what he terms the "stench" of the Joe Beckett, Phil Scott era. Two Big Ten Champions on Spot in Week's Card CHICAGO, UP)--Two Big Ten defending champion teams from Mich- gan will be on 'the spot this weekend as the western conference closes its winter sports season. The Wolverine track team will at:empt to make it three indoor titles m a row in the University of Chicago fieldhouse Saturday while Matt Mann's swimming squad, holder of the national collegiate, as well as the conference title, will shoot for another crown in the University of Minnesota pool. PAT AT, WORK. ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., ]P)-Pat Malone, Yankee veteran, is making a great effort this spring to repay Manager Joe McCarthy for carrying him through last season. He takes the mound every time he gets a chance, runs around the park, does individual setting up exercises and takes part in pepper ames. His pitching this spring has reflected the extra effort to get into condition. BOWLING MICKEY MOUSE Flayers -- 1st 2nd 3rd To. Yanda ................ 108 133 10B 347 Jlck .................. 14S 111 109 3S8 H. Glanville ......... ... 122 93 120 335 . Seel ................... 129 111 158 Jones .................. 121 145 122 Actnal Pins 628 SB3 81.11824 Handicap 91 81 91 373 TOTAZ, PINS 719 671 7042007 DIAMOND BETTER BREAD Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd To. M. Mall 116 128 J« kjlin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155 140 '295 R. Hall 86 95 Ilerneman 112 102 131 345 ;nanrr 91 89 113 293 E. GlanvlIIe 144 131 131 40s Actual Pins Handicap . . . TOTAL TINS 627 640 71: STVLE SHOPPE Flayers-- l « t 2nd 3rd Ti ilsnx 141 101 132 377 MacGfnvnn !)S 95 105 29K nllzler 132 137 lO.i 374 I )ne 10 n 100 100 3 0 0 . Doc 100 100 100 300 Actual Pin* 571 fi3fi 543 1P49 Handicap 83 82 82 24fi TOTAL PINS 653 (118 6:4 1395 FLORISrEL BEAt'Tl' SHOP Forfeit. MRS. CODDLING OF VENTURA DIES Resident of Vicinity for Many Years Succumbs After Stroke. VENTURA--Mrs. George Goat- ling. 78, resident here for many years, died Wednesday evening following' a stroke of apoplexy. Superia Earner was married in 1877 to George W. Goodling and they lived at Liverpool, Pa., six years, then moving to South Dakota. Forty years ago they moved to a farm a mile north of town and 20 years ago came to their home in town. Mr. Goodling died 10 years ago. Surviving are three children, Albert of Ventura, Mrs. H. Billman of Mason City and Mi's. Francis Skeene of Ventura; two sisters, Mrs. Sarah Stroup of Sioux Falls. S. Dak., and Mrs. H. S. Sisson of Clear Lake and a brother, B. Barner of Sioux Falls and nine grand- chidren. Funeral services will be Sunday afternoon, the Rev. Mr. Dirks of the U. B. church in charge and bur ial at Clear Lake. WATER IS OVER ROAD AT DUMONT Couple Is Forced to Leave Home When Water From South Fork Rises. DUMONT--Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Overturf, who operate a filling station south of Main street on No. 10, were forced to leave their living quarters Tuesday when water ftom the South Fork flooded land north of the paving. Mr. Overturf has had to move almost every spring. Water is running over the road north of town. At Mason City THEATERS B; B. J. p. 'HERE COMES TROUBLE" FOR YOUR FRIDAY 13TH. "Here Conies Trouble," starring Paul Kelly and spunky Arline Judge, is the picture billed for Friday, the thirteenth day of March, at both the Cecil and Palace theaters. * * * Freddie Bartholomew, precise little English lad who jumped into the spotlight with his exceptionally fine performance as the youngster in :he title role of "David Copperfield," has one of the featured parts in 'Professional Soldier" which is billed next Wednesday and Thursday at the Cecil. * * * KIT KAT KLTJB KEVTJE PLEASES. The Three Payne Brothers, adepts at their own special brand o£ rough sue! tumble, comic pantomime, and CURRENT FEATURES. CECIL--Through Thursday, Kit Kat Klub Revue on stage with "It Had to Happen" on the screen. Friday only, "Here Comes Trouble." PALACE--Through Thursday, "Exclusive Story" and "Escape From Devil's Island." Friday only, "Here Comes Trouble." STRAND--Through Thursday, "Metropolitan" and "Mary Burns, Fugitive." Starts Friday, "Singing Vagabond," "Suicide Squad" and serial. STATE--Through Saturday, "Fast Bullets" and serial. .he Kanazawa Japs, a trio of remarkable athletes and jugglers, make the Kit Kat Klub revue, scheduled to complete its engagement at the Cecil Thursday, a real entertainment unit. Chief among the supporting acts was the eccentric dance by Jeanette ee and the clever and effective opening number, in which a chorus, working on a dark stage, bring nto play some phosphorescent costumes. Two Tickets in Field for Belmond Election BELMOND--At the school election, George Elder was elected to succeed himself, John Greenlander was elected to take the place of Herman L. Schultz, and Dr. H. L. Gowdy was re-elected treasurer. The contest here offered no competition, and therefore voting was light. The city election for mayor and councilmen which is to be held here Monday, March 30, promises to be a spirited contest as two tickets have been announced. They are: Mayor Harm Steenblock; councilmen, George Heginger, C. C. Benson. R. L,. Kinseth, H. F. Petersen and Fred D. Fulton, to succeed themselves, with E. F. Bailey, for mayor, and the following councilmen, Dale Bloxhom, James Adams, Sidney Swenson, Dr. R t T. Coe, and George Hake on the opposing ticket FUNERAL FRIDAY FOR FALL VICTIM Emmetsburg Man Falls From 3rd Story of Sanitarium and Is Killed. EMMBTSBURG--Funeral services for Fred Kreig, 29, Emmetsburg man who died at Pine Knoll sanitarium, Davenport, Tuesday as the result of a fall from a third story of the building, will be held from the Methodist church here Friday afternoon. Kreig was married and had two children. He had been in ill health for several years. Under Secretary Thomas Coolidge has quit the treasury in protest over present policies. One Coolidge who chooses to run. -- Dallas Morning News. Ballroom Clear Lake OLD-TIME DANCE Kelly's Harp Orchestra FRIDAY 26c Per Person FREDDIE MAUCK And His Orchestra SATURDAY They'll Entertain You Alrite Ladies 11 c Gents 40c BOB SNYDER COMING St. Patrick's, March 17 Ladies 26c Gents 40e Carnival Favors Free PALACE ENDS THURSDAY "Exclusive Story" and "Escape from Devil's Island" STARTS SATURDAY D. K. LU.NDBJERG AND COMPANY Flayers-- 1st 2nd 3rd Volsnnk 185 138 14S 4(18 Doucherty 99 100 Bambcr 113 151 171 465 Sclwnimcr 136 159 136 431 Stfphan 160 11D 120 3»9 Actual Pins Handicap . . . 123 067 66S 2052 71 71 71 213 TOTAL PIVS 794 738 733 2265 GOLF AND COCNTEY CLUB Forfeit. RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRKSS A f Brod'-nlon. Fin-: St. Louts f \ ) 9; Phll- rtclphin (A) 8. Cleveland (A) at »w Orle»n*, fftnteltpd rain. NOW SHOWING FAST BULLETS City m. AL ST. JOHN BERNAD1NE HAVES A rip-roarinp talc of the old West! Replete with thrills, drama and action . . . An explosive climax that tops all Western pic- PLDS TOM MIX CHAPTER NO. 5 "MIRACLE RIDER ROGER PKYOR BEAT THE BAND BARBARA STANWYCK "ANNIE OAKLEY" ADOIPHE MENJOU VIRREE TEASDAIE · HELEN MACK · WIUIAM GARGAN GEORGE BARBIER DOROTHY WILSON Companion Feature: "ONE WAY TICKET" With Walter Connelly On the Stage: SAT. NIGHT AT 10:45 MAJOR MARTIN'S AMATEUR HOUR with a big; array of selected talenl DECORAH WINS 2 DECLAM FIRSTS High Rank in Preliminary Competition Captured by Cresco Student. CRESCO -- First places were awarded in the preliminary declamatory contest at Cresco Tuesday night 8.3 follows: Oratorical-Betty Ann Elmquist of Cresco; second, Harriet Van der Bie of Lime Springs; dramatic, first, Marian Donald, Decorah; second, Phylis Darby, Cresco; humorous, first, Dor- othy Holenberg, Decorah; second, Audell Belts, Cresco. Schools competing were Chester. Cresco, Decorah and Lime Springs. Alta Vista Victim of Scarlet Fever Buried ALTA VISTA--Modesta Hentges, 10, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hentges of this place, died early Wednesday from scarlet fever. She had been ill for more than a week. Because of the quarantine, the funeral was private Thursday morning with burial in Mt. Calvary cemetery. She was born in August, 1925 and is'survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hentges and one sister, Marlys, aged 5. FRI. SAT. .1 Great Four Unit I' First Run Show 1--GENE AtJTRY in "The SINGING VAGABOND" 2--NORMAN FOSTER in "SUICIDE SQUAB" ^ S--TAILSPIN TOMMY in "Great Air Mystery" 4 -- - W O R L D L A T E S T N E W S F L A S H E S - GIFTS TO THE KIDDIES ^t ,. --, i .---- ENDS THURS. NIGHT --Sylvia Sidney in "Mary Burns Fugitive'' Laurence TIbnett, "Metropolitan" MIXED DANCE MASON CITY ARMORY Saturday, March 14 THE MASONIANS 25c for Dollar's Worth of Fun. Everybody Invited! Sponsored by American Legion Here Is Fun! Here Is Excitement! WHAT A DAY! Sho\vin£ One Day Only FRIDAY--THE 13th AT BOTH CECIL and PALACE CUT LOOSE THE GANG-PLANK--THE GANG'S ALL HERE! Cultured crooks, hoob burglars,'a cuckoo crew and a man-hunting manicurist in a mad, merry mixup on the bounding; main! 'HERE COMES TROUBLE' WITH PAUL KELLY ARLINE JUDGE, MONA BARRIE Plus Comedy 'A QUIET FOURTH" Starts SATURDAY! The Greatest Youngsters in the World Bring You the Grandest Entertainment You Ever Had! Ull 1111II I'll II, , .-. · - ··'·'·* · · · · · : ' ·· ,,, COUNTRY FIRST FIVE-STAR PICTURE I JEAN HERSHOLT JUNE LANG · SLIM SUMMERVILLE MICHAEL WHALEN · DOROTHY PETERSON Ophed under the fecfmttof ivpervision of Dr. Allan Roy Dafoe ENDS THURS, St.igp "KIT KAT KI.^B REVUE" 25 People and Big Stage Band Screen--"IT HAD TO HArPKN" Genre? Rafl - Rosalind RnswM I

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