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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 13 Â·Â§ 1930 BE-GAZETTE SPORTS NODAK STARS ON AP HONOR SQUAD AH But One of First Choice Lineup Are Juniors; One lowan on Roster. KORTH CENTRAL BASKETBALL TEAMS By. The AsModaled Tmns. First Team, Second Team Finnejrati .F Tolan X. Dak. U. In. St. Teacher* Blrk F Kosenbercer X. Dak. D, Mftrnlnjrslde Andfttvm . . . . . . . . . . . . C . . . . . Curtld ?.'. Dak. State la. St. Teacher* Bock , . G . . . . . . . . . ' . . Sautulrr* S. Dnk. U. A'. Dak. Slnlf Anderson .....G. An moth MorniriKslde X. Dnk. L 1 * By L. E. SHELLEY Associated Press Sports Writer DES MOINES, W)--Casey Finnegan and Emmet Birk, those two dazzling forwards who figured so prominently in North. Dakota university's third straight North Central conference basketball title, were unanimously chosen today as the Kodaks' representatives on the all-conference team selected for the Associated Press. The high scoring pair led the balloting by the conference coaches who picked Russell Anderson o North Dakota State, Robert Buck of South Dakota U., and Averil Andei-son of Morningside for the other first team positions. North Dakota State's Anderson won the center position by a \ margin, while Buck and Averil Anderson Trere the leading candidates for the guard posts. Buck a rugged, defensive player and one of the best scorers in the conference, was the only senior named on the .first team. All the other boys are juniors with other year of competition. THANKS, SAYS TOM, AND SEE YOU AGAIN CEDAR FALLS, JP--Tom Rumeliote, Mason City's 145 pound state high school wrestling champion, doesn't lack in :onfidence. Responding to the presentation f the award for winning the 145 pound championship at the state meet, Rumeliote said to F. J. Moore, New Hampton principal, "Thank you, and I'll be seeing you two more years." Fast Field of Splashers to Compete in Loop Tes MINNEAPOLIS, W)--The pick o Western conference mermen Frida were to begin trials in the exhibition jool of the University of Minnesota ;o determine 1936 individual am team championships. Entrance of a fast field of 10; swimmers in the conference mee led Neils Thorpe, veteran Goph !r coach, to predict record-shatter ing in many of the events. NORTH IOWA SECTIONALS NOW AND SATURDAY MAMMOTH FOUR UNIT FLRST RUN PROGRAM Wild West New Thrills "THE SINGING VAGABOND" Clark Williams Noah Beery Jean Rogers TAILSPIN TOMMY IN THE "GREATAIRMYSTERY" THE FIRE BRIGADE ROARS "Suicide Squad" Norman Foster-Joyce Compton NEWS FLASHES Â· GIFTS Â· TO THE KIDDIES SATURDAY MATINEE ONLY DISTRICT TWO AT yrnv HA.IIPIO.V CLASS A First Bound. Charlw Cily 40: Rlcerllle 5. New Hampton 32: Grtene 17. Crcsco 2-i: Aashua 17. CLASS B MclnUre 16: ChMlcr 13. Firdertcksbnt-c 27: Ionia 23. Alta Vista 27: Tripoli 22 AT WATERLOO CLASS A First Bound. Cedar Fiills SI; TJtmkrrton IS. Wrat Waterloo 26: Tcacfcers Hlch (Cedar Falls) 20 CLASS B Janesvillr 30: Flnchford 23. Orantc Township 35: Btnvtr 18. AT WEST UNION CLASS A First Round. Fayette 30; Otlweln 29. CLASS B Clermont 33: Stanley 28. Kandalla 38: Arllncton 11 DISTRICT FIVE AT IATIMER CLASS A First Bound. Iows 15; Bclmond 14. Hampton 31; clarion 12. Sheffield 30; Acklej- 27 CLASS JB Chapin 28; Gait 19. Goodell 37; Alexander 7. Arlington 17; Hansel! 16. Dumont 33: Geneva 11. AT WEBSTER CITY CLASS A Radclltte 24: Ellsworth 17 Iowa Falls 20; Eaule Grove 18. CLASS B First Round. Alien 31; Tnor 16. Duneombe 33: OÂ«asa 23. Bubbatd 24; Calmar 11. Xehlch 47; BIalrabnr K 8. Goldfleld 25; Jewell 15. DISTRICT EIGHT AT AX.TA CLASS A First Bound. Sutherland 24; Alta 14. Cherokee 32; Sioux Rapids 12. Anrella 29; Marcus 24. CLASS B Webb 35; Cleehorn 20. Royal 24; Hayes 11. Rembrandt 43: Lincoln-Lee 19. AT ALGONA CLASS A Emmetsburg 28; Britt 14. Algona 28; Convith 20. CLASS B Bode 28; WMHemore 17. Vernon 40; Cylinder 31. Rodman 20; LIvermore IB. Luveme 19; Ottosen 18. Bradsate 48; Wesley 12. Curlew 20; Rutland 19. AT BUFFALO CEA'TEB CLASS A First Round. BuMalo Center 35; Lake Mills 25. CLASS B Crystal Lake 42; Rake 22. Ledyard 48: Hayfleld 14. Bancroft 21: Leland 17. Fertile 37! Lakota 19. AT DANBURY CLASS A First Round. Battle Creek 36; Galva 20. Mapleton 20; Anthon IS. Holsteln 21; Correctlonvllle 19. CLASS B Arthur 33; cashing 27. Danbnry 24! Climbing HU1 13. AT BSTHERVIUE CLASS A First Round. Spirit Lake 31; Armstrong 22. EsthervlUe 27; MlUord 15. Graettinger 23; Knthven 18. CLASS B Terril 46; Dickens 6. Silver Lake 30; Excelsior 20. Arnolds Park 40; Superior 18. AT SHELDON CLASS A First Round. Prlmsiar 29: SÂ»eWon 16. CLASS B Doon 32; Little SIotK 11. Alvord 48; Sanborn 17. Ga*n 34; Inwood 21. Moneta 28; Boyden 24, Alton IS; Nen-ldrk 18. AT SIOUX CITT CLASS A First Round. ZaÂ»t Sioux City 39: Hawarfen 13. Central High (Slous City) 30; Akron 2S. CLASS B Branson 37; Senceant Bluff 8. Remsen 35; Ireton 33. Merrill 19; Lnton 17. Hlnton 43: Plerton 20. SPECIAL MUSIC! COLDOZ HAWAIIANS 5-PIECE BAND Saturday Night, March 14 AT ANCHOR iNN CLEAR LAKE, IOWA Try Our Steaks, Southern Style Chicken and Barbecued Ribs! MIXED DANCE MASON CITY ARMORY Saturday, March 14 THE MASOHIAMS 25c for Dollar's Worth of Fun. Everybody Invited! Sponsored by American Legion LINDSAY WINS AT TENPIN CONTESTS Art Eastman Runs Second for Prize Money in Event at Local Alleys. Jay Lindsay won the Thursday night elimination match at the Stoddard bowling alleys, taking top money with a 199 in the final round. Art Eastman's 198 was good for second place, while L. A. "Al" Moe was third and B. A. MacDonald took fourth. The winner's prize money,totaled $11.20. Second place paid' $8.40, third $5.60 and fourth $2.80. THE SCORES SEMIFINALS .Moe -. 186 J. Drrkrr . . . . . . ;is8 F. Duncan 182 MncDonaJd 2n:Â» Eastman 189 Lindsay ins 1. Ryan 18B F a i t . . . . . . . .168 FINALS cDonald 187 Llnduy loÂ» Eaitman ,.198 Moe 192 GRAPEFRUIT LEAGUE By IHJE ASSOCIATED PKESS At Tampa, Fla.--Detroit (A) 14; Cincinnati (N) 4. At Clwmvater, Fla.--Brooklyn (N) 11; Philadelphia (N) 7. FRIDAi-S SCHEDULE At deal-water--Brooklyn (A v*. Cincinnati (N*). At Bradenton, Fin.--Philadelphia N vs. SI. Lonls (Â·). At Fensncola, Fla.--New York (') VH. Cleveland (A). At Los Ajigelcs--Chicago (N) vs. CIU- taso (A). NAMES HUBLEES SAN ANTONIO--Pie Traynor will pitch Tising, Lucas and Bauers in Sunday's first intra-camp while Bonus Wagners team wUl have Struss and Weaver. Instead of the usual yannigan-regular lineups, the players will be mixed up. Dionne Quintuplets, Scheduled at Cecil, Boast Royal Guardian When Edward "VTII recently suc- eeded to the crown and realms of Ingland, he also inherited the guar- ianship of the world's five most amous little girls--the Dionne quin- liplets. The celebrated infants became the Â·ards of his father George V, by an ct of king in council shortly after leir birth, through the agency of the Canadian parliament. The former Prince of Wales succeeds to his responsibility and-the gtiardiaii- hip of five little movie stars. The uits make their first feature film n "The Country Doctor," Fox pic- ure coming Saturday to the Cecil. Jean Hersholt is the chief feat- red actor in "The Country Doctor," :he drama-filled story of the adven- ures and hardships of a doctor in the Canadian wilds. AVERY GARNER IOWA Sunday - Monday - Tuesday March 15, 16, 17 Jean Harlow - Spencer Tracy "RIFFRAFF" Nodaks Fall Before Iowa Cagers in Olympic Scrap, Bulldogs Meet Minnesota MINNEAPOLIS, UP)--The University of Minnesota and Drake of Des Moines, Iowa, will meet in the Gopher field house to determine the sixth district's entrant in the regional Olympic basketball competition. The Gophers were too strong for Carroll college, and vanquished the Waukesha. Wis., team, 40 to 26, in one semifinals contest Thursday night. In the other, Drake got a big scare before eliminating North Daa university, 49 to 46, with the Grand Forks team scoring 32 points in the second half to 22 for the winners. Courthouse Rats Cling to Top in Algona Games ALGONA--The Courthouse Rats of the Algona bowling league con- ;inued in the lead by a one game advantage over the Fearless Five and Flowers teams after the week's slay at Algona. The rats have a 561 percentage with 32 games won and 25 games lost. Next week will )e the windup of the schedule. Plans are being considered for a tournament. THE STANDING VT. ;oart Home Fearless Ji 31 FInwer 31 i'hilllps fiB 2!) Parmers 27 Bnrbeni 21 L. 25 211 28 Â· 3 6 TROUT DATE SET DES MOINES, (--The state conservation commission set April 15 as the opening date of the Iowa trout fishing season. At Mason City THEATERS Bj B, 1. r. DIONNE QUINTS STAB AT CECIL "The Country Doctor," starring the Dionne quintuplets, Jean Her sholt, Dorothy Peterson and Slim Summerville, will begin a four day engagement at the Cecil Saturday The story of this picture is credited to a newspaperman, Charles E Blake, of the Chicago American When Dr. Allan Dafoe asked th public for an. incubator the Chicagi American answered the call ani sent Mr. Blake to cover the story He went back to Chicago and wrote the story, sold it to Hollywood am" now we can see the results. * * Â« Another biff stage and screen show is booked for next Wedncs day and Thursday at the Cecil "Mardi Gras Nights,'' featuring Gen Dale's Masqueraders, is the stage offering:, while on the screen CURRENT FEATURES CECIL -- Friday only, "Here Comes Trouble." Starting Saturday, Dionne Quintuplets in "Country Doctor." PALACE--Friday only, "Here Comes Trouble." Starting Saturday, "The Milky Way" and "One Way Ticket." STRAND--Through Saturday, "Singing Vagabond," "Suicide Squad" and serial. STATE -- Through Saturday, "To Beat the Band," "Fast Bullets" and serial. is "Professional Soldier" with Freddie Bartholomew and Victor Mac- Laglcn. * * * "To Beat the Band," fast moving musical comedy starring Hugh Herbert with Helen Broderick, masters in laugh dispensing, with a lively MOOSEoid rime DANCE Strictly Old-Time. No modern dancing allowed. No children admitted unless accompanied by their parents! SATURDAY NIGHT, MARCH 14 KELLY'S KELLODIANS Dancing 8:30 Till 12 Lunches 25c Per Person Moose Hall, Corner South Federal and Second Street s. W. BIG 3 UNIT PROGRAM a Â«TÂ» Fast Bullets TOM MIX CHAP, XO. B MIRACLE RIDER H u g h Herbert Helen Broderick melody STARTS SATURDAY MAMMOTH DOUBLE PROGRAM and youthful supporting cast which includes Joy Hodges, who formerly received her mail at a rural address near Des Moines, plays through Saturday at the State. * * * Gene Autry and Smiley Burnette wrote two of the songs they sing in "The Singing: Vagabond," playing through Saturday at the Strand with "Suicide Squad." With them in this musical western film is Barbara Pepper, glorified by the great Ziegfield in his last production of his famous follies. * * * HAROLD LLOYD'S LATEST FILM AT PALACE Harold Lloyd, one comedian and producer who never fails to make this reviewer literally hold his sides in throes of laughter, calls his lat- SURF Iowa's Finest Ballroom Kelly's Harp Orch. OLD-TIME DANCE FRIDAY 26c PER PERSON' FREDDIE MAUCK And His Orchestra SATURDAY Ladies 11 e Gents 40e BOB SNYDER COMING ST. PATRICK'S, March 17 CIGARETTES At Bargain Prices est vehicle "The Milky Way." I H L W i \\f 1 Equipped with a thoroughly capable IJecorah Water Works cast and well directed and written, ... T . Allotment Increased this should be some of the best light entertainment of the season. On the same bill, starting Saturday at the Palace, is "One Way Ticket," starring Walter Connolly. And then, on Saturday night, there is the usual special stage program featuring Major Martin's amateur hour. WASHINGTON, March 13, (JP-Secretary Ickes increased WPA allotments to several projects because of Increased costs. They included: Iowa -- Decorah, $11,900 grant for waterworks improvements increased to $12,349. MODERN DANCE DENISON CLUB Saturday, March 14 Music By CAMPBELL'S ORCHESTRA Admission 25c Per Person -- Tax Included TODAY IS FRIDAY - THE 13th THIS IS THE DAY YOU SHOULD ATTEND EITHER THE CECIL OR PALACE TO SEE THE BIG FUN PROGRAM! "HERE COMES TROUBLE" with PAUL KELLY -- ARLINE JUDGE SAMMY COHEN -- GREGORY RATOFF STARTS SATURDAY To really enjoy the picture see it from the beginning! PEONE 401 FREE! A beautiful colored photograph of the quintuplets to all the ladies, while they last, SATURDAY AFTERNOON crooning . . . laughing , . . playing . . . "acting" THU QUINTS ^ . ,, length picture steal the show from the famous stars who surround them! SPECIAL Late Show SATURDAY 10 P.M. Copyright 1936 by,' NEA Service; ln6 J THE FIRST FIVE-STAR PICTUREl Yvonne Â· Cecjle Â· Marie Â· Annette, Â· Emefie THE COUNTRY DOCOR Companion Feature: Written behind prison .walls! um-mtm TfCKlT VAtTER OQNNOUY,, Mason City's Greatest Show Value On the Stage: Major Sot. Night at 10:45 Presenting a big array of Mason City's future radio entertainers in competition for cash prizes! THE CHATTOW FAMILY The Musical Navajos From Arizona MABEL ADNEY Dramatic Reading GERALDINE "CHAFFIN PHYLLIS LEE MARY FARMAKIS Sons and Dance MARY LOU RISH Novelty Tap BROER'S ACCORDION ORCHESTRA Matinee 26c -- Evenings 36c A human- interest story as appealing as its fiveÂ°star cast! a FOX Picture with JIAN HIRSHOLT JUNE LANG SUM S U W M E R V J L 1 E IMICHAEI ," WHALI J508OTHY PSTERSQN rf imiettkellsdinlul strpÂ«rvai'Â«r Â«t/ Direded by Henry Kirts 'MUSIC LAND -- ADDED ENJOYMENT -// WALT DISNEY SILLY SYMPHONY CARTOON STAGE-- COMING WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY Another Big Stage and Screen Show! SCREEN-Freddie Bartholomew -- 'Mardi Gras Nights 24 -- PEOPLE -- 24 // Victor McLaglcn Professional Soldier"