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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 8 · 1937 BE-GAZETTE SPORTS S! PLENTY TESTS SET FOR WEEK College Cagers to Play 22 Scraps on Iowa Courts in New Schedule. DBS MOINES, (fP)--Basketball --undisputed leader of Iowa's winter sports--will maintain its brisk pace in the state this week with 22 collegiate gamea, including the state university's Big Ten battles with Northwestern and Purdue. Coach Rollie Williams' university of Iowa team, its ranks IOWA LOOP STANDINGS \v. u PCI. TT. or. 1 n l (IIM) ir,i; in 18:1 ir.l lir.7 J»t ir,7 l.nlhrr Simpson .. IVartburr, SI. Ambrose .. Columbia Western Union Iowa Wesleyan U p p e r Iowa .. Parsons Buena Vlsla .. Centra! ........ Fenrc V.'.!! 4 2 i X X X X X a 4 X R 3 n 1 8 IS? Kill 20.» IRS inn 19R 210 '^05 331 1st '4K1 371 thinned by ineligibility of Capt. Ken Suesens and Wally Gaddis, will play Northwestern at Iowa City and Purdue at Lafayette. The Hawkeyes were beaten 38 to 24 by Indiana last Saturday. Iowa State's unfortunate crew K beaten five times in the Big Sis, heads south for a game with the league-leading Kansas Jayhawks Saturday night. . One of the highlights of tli week will be the Coe-Cornell duel at Cedar Hapids Friday night. The Kohawks were beaten 30 to 28 on VALLEY STANDINGS W. L. Pet. TP. OP. O k l a h o m a A. M. ~t 0 1.000 IJW 98 Drake r, y .714 £41 211 Tulsa ............ :t :t .500 18D Grinnell .1 X .001) I7G Creljrhton 3 n .100 ^03 \Vashlnfton - t 4 .200 AVasliburn . . . . . . . 0 1 .000 189 191 145 108 the Cornell court in the first game of the series. Drake's second place Missouri Valley team will play Washington at Des Moines Friday night, and the Bulldogs expect to fatten their average at the expense of the apparently harmless Bears. Grinnell, Iowa's other Missouri Valley team and fourth in the standings, will entertain Washington . Saturday night. Fourteen games are on tap in the Iowa conference. Simpson, a game and a half behind the pace- ·-setting-Luther.- team; will play .three,games, 'including a battle with Luther" at Decorah Friday night. The Redmen will play Parsons at Indianola Tuesday night and Upper Iowa at Fayette Sat- .urday in their other games. Rats Keep Lead in Kossuth Keg Tests ' 'ALGONA -- The Court House rats gained three games during the week's play in the Kossuth county bowling league and continued in the lead. The Fearless Five team stepped from sixth place to third place . over last week's final check and the Coffee Shop dropped to sixth place from fourth. The team standings are as follows: IV. L, Court House Phillips Gfi S3! Tearless Five . . . . . . . 2 0 in Flowers 30 ]fi Farmers ..;.... 21 18 C o f f e e Shop in 17 L u v c r n c .....,,. JO ,1!) Burt G ^4 14 Pet. .73G .ntn .33 » .531 The devil isn't so smart. He tried to crack Job's patience and didn't give him the job of getting a drunk friend home.--Lincoln Star. Sports in Shorts DE PAUL WINNER. ST. LOUIS, (UP)--Leading by one point at the half, DePaul university's basketball team put on an astute scoring asault in the last 10 minutes of play and defeated St. Louis university 38 to 20. WINGS ON SPKEE DETROIT, (UP)--The league- leading Detroit Red Wings went on a scoring, spree Sunday night, defeating the Boston Bruins 80 to 0 in a wide-open hockey game. HAWKS WIN ONE. CHICAGO, (UP)--The Chicago Blackhawks defeated the New York Americans in a National Hockey league game at the Chicago stadium Sunday night, 5 to 1, before a crowd of 9,000. IN WIRE MEETS IOWA CITY, _({?)--The University of Iowa freshman track squad will engage in six telegraphic meets with Big Ten teams and Notre Dame, Coach W. T. Swenson said. IOWAN LOOP PREXY. DECATUR, 111., (UP) -- Tom Fairweather, former mayor oE Des Moines, Iowa, was elected 1937 president o£ the Three Eye baseball league by wire vote o£ the club heads, it was announced by L. J. Wyliu, head of the Decatur team. IOWA WINS MEET. IOWA CITY, (UP)--Winning all but one event, the University of Iowa gymnastics team defeatec Nebraska, 63 to 42. Eugene Wettstein of Iowa, won three firsts foi high individual honors. PIONEEKS LOSE. ST. LOUIS, (UP)--Washington university's cage team defeated Grinnell university 28 to 23 in a hard fought Missouri Valley conference basketball game. .TUTORS WIN. CEDAR FALLS, (UP) -- The Iowa State _Teachers college wrestling team won its seventh straight victory over Wisconsin university's matmen; 24 to 10. FIGHT TO TIE. NEW YORK, (UP)--The New York Rangers and Montreal Man roons battled through 70 minutes of hockey Sunday night to wind up in a 1-1 deadlock in a National league game at Madison Square ~arden. WINS BAT CROWN. HAMILTON, Ont., (UP)--Neil J. Sullivan, Philadelphia, won the Canadian squash racquets championships Sunday, defeating the defending champion, C. H. Policy of. Buffalo, 10-15, 15-8, 18-13, and 15-9. . IOWAN WINS. P E T O S K E Y , M i c h . , (VP)-George Shimek of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, placed second in the senior men's five mile race at the National Amateur Speed Skating championships here Sunday, and collected 20 points for a four-way tie for sixth place in the final rankings. Slabbed by Tailor's Scissors. OMAHA, (IP)--Paul J. Martin, 31, of Denison, told police here Sol Wiseberg, Omaha tailor, stabbed him twice with a pair of scissors when, the two engaged in a fight. You neither stoop nor reach at the ADJUSTABLE LEGS make the Maytag just che right heigh t for a short or tall woman. All four legs of the Model 30 Maytag are easily adjustable. The washer sets solidly on an uneven floor. Another Maytag feature is the short distance from the wringer rolls to the water line. You don't have to life the clothes as far as you do on an ordinary washer. TheMaytag is thoughtfully designed and carefully built rliroughour. Find out how much more value and satisfaction you get in ?. Maytag. Any M»ytag may be had equipped w i t h g a s o l i n e Multi-Motor. S E E T H E N E W M A Y T A G I I I O N E R THE MAXIAG COMPANV . MANUfAC'tl/REtlS* rTUNDEn:1893 "If It Doesn't Sell Itself, Don't Keep It" Cerro Gordo Maytag Co. 22 2nd St. N, E. Free Demonstration in Your Own Hume. Ph. 20C7 Academy Names Ten Best Movies of 1936 Other Awards Announced* by Motion Picture Arts, Sciences Group. HOLLYWOOD, (UP)--Ten best pictures of 1936-were named by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Science. 1 ; in nominations for the best of the'year award to. be made at the annual academy dinner in the Biltmore Bowl March 4. The films were: "Dodswortb," "Anthony Adverse," "The Great Ziegfeld," "Libeled Lady," "Mr. Deeds Goes to Town," "Romeo and Juliet," "San Francisco," "The Story of Louis Pasteur," "A Tale of Two Cities" and "Three Smart Girls." Actors Nominated. Five actors nominated for the 1936 best performance award were: Gary Cooper for "Mr. Deeds Goes to Town;" Walter Huston lor "Dodsworth;" Paul Muni lor "Story of Louis Pasteur;" William Powell for "My Man Godfrey;"and Spencer Tracy for "San Francisco." For the best feminine performance actresses named were: Irene Dunne for "Theodora Goes Wild;" Gladys George for "Valiant Is the Word for Carrie;" Carole Lombard for "My Man Godfrey;" Luise Rainer for "The Great Ziegfeld," and Norma Shearer for "Romeo and Juliet." , · Nominees for the best male sup- I porting role included: Mischa Auer for "My Man Godfrey;" Walter Brennan for "Come and Get It;" Stuart Erwin for "Pigskin Parade;" Basil Bathbone for "Romeo and Juliet," and Akim Tamiroff for "The General Died at Dawn. Others Are Named. Those named for the best feminine supporting performance: Beulah Bondi for "Gorgeous Hussy;" Alice Brady for "My Man Godfrey;" ·' Bonita Graville for "These Three;" Maria Ouspens- kaya for "Dodsworth," and Gale Sondergaard for "Anthony Adverse." As candidates for the award Cor best direction of the year the academy named: William Wyler for "Dodsworth;" Robert Z. Leonard for "The Great Ziegfeld;" Frank Capra for "Mr. Deeds Goes to Town;" Gregory La Cava for "My Man Godfrey," and W. S. Van Dyke for "San Francisco." Six tunes were candidates for the best film song of the year award: "Did I Remember," from "Suzy;" "I've Got You Under My Skin," from "Born to Dance;" "A MOVIE PARADE By D. B. K. "ONE IN A MILLION" AS GOOD AS ITS BALLYHOO Rarely docs a film prove every bit as good as its press agents say it is, but "One In a Million," which opened at the Cecil Saturday, is worthy of all the adjectives its press agents bestowed upon this picture which marks' the debut (and a very successful one) of Sonja Heriie, Olympic figure-skating champion. The question of where (o begin relating the virtues ot "One In a Million" is a difficult one for an all-star cast helps make this film one ot the rarities ot the screen which have no dull moments. It's an entertaining concoction o£ romance, music and comedy--a combination which spells a surefire hit for the moguls who conceived this idea of bringing Miss Henie to the films. Just as in the Olympics which she won twice, Miss Henie skates to an Olympic victory in "One In a Million." Hers is a sweet de- Melody From the Sky," from "Trail of the Lonesome Pine;" "Pennies' From -Heaven," from "Pennies -From Heaven;" "The Way You . Look Tonight," from "Swing Time," and "When Did You Leave Heaven," from "Sing, Baby, Sing.", .._,..... . , . . . , . · . . . . . . , Awarding of the academy trophies has been an annual event since 1928. Best supporting performances by an actor and actress are two new classifications added this year. Lifelong Resident of Mitchell County Buried OSAGE--Funeral services were held at the German Lutheran c h u r c h Sunday afternoon in charge of the Rev. F. A. Braucr for Herman Muller, 76, who died at his home here Friday following a stroke. Mr. Muller was born and spent Ills entire life in Mitchell county. His wife died 10 years ago. Surviving are four children: Lizzie and Minnie, twin daughters who lived with their father; Albert and Fred, and four grandchildren and a brother, Louis Muller, all of Osage. A conservative justice o£ our supreme court, found duck hunting without a federal stamp, had never heard of the law. He knew it was all right to shoot blue eagles. -- Richmond Times-Dispatch. The world improves. People who entertain a trusting guest from out of town no longer .fill iiim with poison liquor.--Kcwanee Star-Courier. Calls for Aid Mayor Neville Miller o f Louisville, Ky., marshaling all sources at his command to combat the terror and desolation caused by the worst flood on record, broadcast an appeal Jo the mayors of the nation's cities to rush police to reinforce the exhausted Louisville law forces. · Many ' cities responded ' with hundreds of officers. MOVIE MENU CECIL--"One In a Million" through Wednesday. PALACE--"The Jungrle Princess" and "More Than a Secretary" through Wednesday. STATE--"These Three" and "Mummy's Boys" t h r o u g h Tuesday. STRAND--"The Bier Broadcast of 1937" and "Women Are Trouble" through Tuesday. LAKE--(Clear Lake)--"Love On the Run" ends Monday. maybe you were thinking of a Movie Memories of a few months ago, or maybe your letter was sent to the wrong address. Mrs. E. N. M.: We accept your statement as a challenge, so beware of the next few contests. Mrs. C. K.: Your winning entry did not have your address on it. Entries rolled in from Clear Lake, Nora Springs, Osage, Kiceville, Dougherty and Rockwell, as well as from numerous Mason City contestants. 4 6 £ "MORE THAN A SECRETARY", VERY PLEASING FEATURE "More Than a Secretary," at the Palace through Monday, is one of the b'est in a long time; The lines, the situations and the acting combine to make an excellent comedy. Jean Arthur (who is getting bel- ter and better) and George Brent are in the leads, with Lionel Slander, Ruth Donnelly, Reginald Denny and Dorothea Kent backing them up. .Jean is a girl who turns from running a secretarial school to a job as a secretary to keep from becoming an old maid. There isn't much pint to describe but the cleverness of the acting and the lines take care of everything. "The Jungle Princess," the companion picture of the double feature bill, isn't in the same class. Dorothy Lamour, making her screen debut, might do very well with something more to work with. Lynne Overman and "Jiffgs," the chimpanzee, do most to help a weak play out. * * * The roadshow performance of "Romeo and Juliet," Shakespeare's romance in which Les- He Howard and Norma Shearer are starred, will play Thursday only at the Cecil theater. The matinee will be at 3:45 and the evening performance will begin at 8:30. Management of Hie Ce- meanor, an engaging personality and an intriguing Scandinavian accent. The accent, however, is no Simone Simon-ish talk--you can understand Miss Henie, very clearly. Space does not permit a thorough review of this picture, in which the Ritz brothers pull ofi some of their typical nonsensical but mirth-provoking bits; Borrah Minncvitch and his gang give a very amusing and entertaining number; Adolplie Mciijou enacts the role of a theatrical impresaricji his wife is Arline .Judge; Miss Hchie's father Is enacted by Jean Hcrsholt; a newspaperman Don Ameche provides the love interest and is constantly shadowed by his photographer, frozen-faced Ned Sparks; Leah Ray and Dixie Dunbar complete this most satisfactory cast. MOVIE MEMORIES Once again the majority of entrants won the Movie Mem.- ories contest, correctly naming Marie Prevost, but this time, many tripped in the synopsis. Often her age was not given correctly (she died at the age of 44), and some failed to write the necessary 50 words. A few entries thought it was Edna Purviance, and one entry, \V. W. by initials, said "Charles . Spencer Chaplin." Just what line of reasoning you followed is beyond yours truly, W. W., but Last Dance Before Lent ANNA MAE WINBURN And Her 12 Cotton Club Boys Will Entertain with Music - Dancing - Singing TUESDAY, FEB. 9 FOR COUPLES ONLY 40c Per Person and No Extra Charge for Tables KELLY'S HARP ORCH. FRI. LEO TERRY SATURDAY 2 GREATS SHOWSa MERLE OBERON HHRIAHI HOPKINS JOEL McCREA "THESE THREE" BERT WHEELER ROBT. WOOLSEY "MUMMY'S BOYS" Wednesday S I S S S 3 S LUPE VELF.Z i n "The Moral, of ararcui" --and-- Tiilh Baldwin'! "Aujjust \Veek-Knd:' w i t h VALRRin iionsr\- PAUL H A R V E Y T h u r s d a y : " T A L K N T O.UKST" Canton Phoenix No. 25 ANNUAL BALL Will Be Held at I. O. O. F. Hall, Mason City Moil. Feb. S Starting 8:3 P. M. Special flrill under Captain Art Russell, followed by a grand march, and dancing. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Tickets 50c Extra Ladies 25c DANCE AVALON BALL ROOM Manly, Iowa TUESDAY, FEB. 9th Music by JOHNNY HAMM And His Orchestra Ladies 25c Gents -iflc OLD TIME DANCE THURSDAY, FEB. llth Music by FOLEY'S ORCHESTRA Admission 25c North Iowa's Beat Show House NOW SHOWING THROUGH WEDNESDAY On S a t u r d a y ana Sunday hundreds came to see "One In a Million!" Ask any of them wh.it a grand sho SHOWING FRIDAY O.S'1,1" NEW CECIL PALACE "MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS" with CHARLIE RUGGLES STARTS SATURDAY "GOD'S COUNTRY AND THE WOMAN" (AH in Color) 2j Now AND TUESDAY "The Biff Broadcast of 1837' and "Women Are Trouble' Mat. 16c Eve. .Kiddies ----. .. .* fti - a. ^^ - _, a A- · j '_^- Screen ~CARY GRANT JOAN BENNETT in ."WEDDING PRESENT" and "A MAN BETRAYED" with Eddie Nugent, Kay Hughes cil reports reservations are going: fast. Coming to the Palace Wednesday and Thursday is the stage revue "Red Hot and Beautiful," which wil be the main attraction of a program which will be supplemented by the picture "Counterfeit Lady." * 4 O P l a y l n e Tuesday only a t Clear Lake's Lake theater Is "The Luckiest Girl in the World," an amusing Hide piece of film fare featuring .Tune Wy- atf, Louise Hayward, Nat Tcn- dleton and Eugene Pallelte. Sydney Jones, Lime Springs, Succumbs LIME SPRINGS--Sydney Jones son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Jones, died at Danube, Minn., after an illness of .pneumonia. His parents were with him during his illness and death. Mr. Jones held a jSosi- tion as instructor and coach at Danube. The family returned here with the body. Pedestrians Buy Cleats. · OSKALOOSA, (IP)--An 'Oskaloosa harness maker reported he is doing a big business in baseball cleats. He rivets them to a strap and sells them to pedestrians who use them as ice creepers. TWO INJURED IN CRASH AT LAKE Car Skids Into Milwaukee Freight Train at Crcrossing. Icy pavements were believed to have caused the car driven by Ed Murphy of Rockwell to skid into an eastbound Milwaukee freight train at the crossing just cast of Clear Lake at about 12:40 Sunday morning as Murphy and three companions were returning from a dance at the Surf ballroom. The driver and his companion, Marian Nehls, 115 Seventh street southwest, were injured. Cecil McMonagle and Margaret Treston of Rockwell, other occupants of the automobile, were shaken up. According to McMonagle, Murphy saw the approaching train nncl attempted to whirl tlie car into the ditch to avoid a collision, but Hie icy highways forced the car to skid sidewise i n t o the freight train. The 1934 Plymouth coupe was almost demolished. Miss Nehls and Murphy were taken to" the Mercy hospital at Mason City and were given treatment for their injuries. Murphy suffered a broken arm, cut wrist. ENDS TUESDAY--"JUNGLE PRINCESS" Two Features--"MORE THAN A SECRETARY' Wed., Thurs. Feb. 10-11 IN T PERSON 7 'BIG ACTS IS PEOPLE ' The Delovely Revue "RED HOT AND BEAUTIFUL" NO ADVANCE IN PRICES ;t GIVES' S I S T E R S JtAUIO ARTISTS J O H N N Y SANNA E C C E N T R I C D A N C L H BUOY (t EVANS "LAFFS--STETS A NOTES" ROY BECKER COMEDY MAGICIAN- BILL TALENT J U G G L E B I.ORETTA ROOKS * CO. ACROBATIC NOVELTIES EARL STKAINE'S ORCHESTRA ON THE SCREEN "COUNTERFEIT LADY" ATTENTION LADIES! Here is Your Opportunity to Be the Proud Owner of a Beautiful ROSES OF SHARON DLNNERWARE SET! At Absolutely No Cost to You --Merely Attend the Palace Theater Regularly on LADIES' GIFT NIGHTS EVERY WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY STARTING Feb. 10-11 Take Home a Different Piece Each Evening; Until You Have a Complete Set! ATTENTION LADIES! and cuts on the face, while Miss Nehls suffered cuts on the face and head, none however, of a serious nature. Miss Nehls was dismissed from the hospital Sunday but Mr. Murphy remained there for treatment. Kecoverine From Gun Wound. OTTUMWA, (IP) -- Physicians said Mrs. Minnie Kuhns, 65, is recovering in an Ottumwa hospital from a bullet wound in the hip suffered when her grandson, Ernest Griffith, attempted to remove a cartridge from a rifle with a pair of. pliers. T U E S D A Y THE PROFIT DAY OF THE WEEK SCBEEN "THE LUCKIEST OIRI, IN THE W O R L D " with JANE W Y A T T - LOUIS 1IAVWAIUI -- E N D S M O N D A Y -"LOVE OX T 1 I C JIU.V COMING ONE DAY ONLY Thurs., FeK 11 2 SHOWS M»- *« for B e n t f i t of School Children Evening Show 8:30 Reserved Seats Now on Sale Romeo · · HDD rr Juuer »l* JOHN BARRYMORE BASIL RATH80NE EDNA MAE OLIVER REGINALD DENKY R A L P H F O R B E S An M.G.M. Piclun POSITIVELY NO FREE LIST THEATER MASON CITY, IOWA BEGINNING Wed. and Thurs. AND Every. WED. and THURS. THEREAFTER F E B R U A R Y HOT-OVEN DINNERWARE SET! Beautiful floral design . . . genuine 22-Karat Gold scroll border design! FREE! These are only a few of the many pieces you will receive! FREE! Be sure to attend EVERY GIVE-AWAY SHOW for the complete set! No Photo Can Do This Set Justice! See the Complete Display in Our Lobby! Note the Quality! Check Every Exquisite Detail'! Then come to the OPENING -Wed. Thurs.,, Feb. 10th i 1th - . A DIFFERENT r^IECE EACH GIVE-AWAY SHOW

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