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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 18 1936 t I .d v I Ci ir 01 c( El a ID fc P ii vi Is Ii S Ii g e a ti o: AC In Snl sU i"J. foi leg prt is be fre a IP ths thr i diti eta coo hig has He HUJ . His! set! BE-GAZETTE SPORTS SKATING QUEEN CASHES TITLES Sonja Henie to Appear Before Twin City Audiences as Professional. NEW YORK, UP)--Sonja Henie, queen of the women figure skaters since 1926, Tuesday announced her intention of turning professional and signed contracts expected to net her close to $100,000 within the next month. ' The 24 year old Norwegian girl, 10 times winner of the world title and holder of the Olympic title since 192S, will appear in the charity carnivals at Madison Square Garden March 22 and 25 and then embark on a tour that will carry her into nine other, cities. She will give two more performances in the Garden March 29 and 31 and appear in Chicago on four consecutive nights--April 2-5--in addition to giving a matinee performance there April 4. Her other engagements include Philadelphia March 27; St. Louis April 7; Minneapolis April 9-10; and St. Paul April 11-12, and Detroit April 14-15. CITY LEAGUE BOWLING SCORES MONDAY'S GAMES STANDARD OIL CO. Players-- 1«( San 3rd To. Nnlterelke 115 124 lf,0 429 Payne 103 303 165 431 Morclnntl 140 14D 156 448 Holland 162 165 184 [111 Gamble 100 190 175 820 Actual Plnj ..-.. 700 796 Handicap Ill 111 840 2336 111 333 TOTAL FINS Forfeit. 811 !)l7 COCA COLA GALLAGHER'S PONTIACS Flayers-- Seel IStimber Geranl Gunrterton .... Kantman . . . . . Actual I'lns Hnntllcnp ... TOTAL PINS H3U flit 9852835 INTL. MOTOR TRUCKS Plnyerg-- 1st 2nd 3rd To. "'nil : M l 170 ]RH 511 Theiscn 143 202 1B2 507 Staccbent 167 1RI 137 4«5 ""alker 131 153 104 -IR1 O'Nell H6 156 141 443 Actual FlnR Handicap . . . TOTAL PINS 781 862 55 814 2457 55 105 8.16 917 868 2633 S74 Defending Champions May Lose Regular Guard When State Girls' Meet Starts DES MOINES, JF--The 16 teams challenging for the Girls' High- school Basketball championship took their final workouts before starting play in the annual tournament at Drake fieldhouse tomorrow. Coach Loren Ewing, coach of Centerville's state champions, is worried over the possibility that Donna Archibald, regular guard, may com down with the mumps. She is stil under observation and may not play with the Redettes who are favorec to win their second title. NORTHWESTERN CEMENT CO. Plnyern-- 1st 2nd 3rd To, G. Bull 11(7 1B7 164 498 Schutr. 300 147 175 1K2 Abbott Lavclle F. Ftrkl Aetnnl Fins Handicap . . . TOTAL FINS Flayer? C. U. Stafford T. KrumbMi . 1. Bufhcens ... M. BuMigens ... B. Bey -.. Actual Pins .. Handicap . . . . . . 179 . 158 . 140 844 88 162 823 88 862 2529 88 264 933 911 CRANE CO. 1st 2nd 30t 170 . 180 128 IBS 198 ID2 m 188 169 9:i2 860 (ill 60 950 2793 931 3rd 17.1 ·177 1«2 190 165 558 485 518 517 522 859 2600 60 180 TOTAL FINS 992 S63 919 27! Eleanor Holm Training for Another Backstroke Recorc CHICAGO, i/P)-^Eleanor Holm Jarrett, who at the age of 22 calls herself "the old war horse of swimming," is being serious these days about something- that has been just matter-of-course with her for several years--setting another women's backstroke record. The pretty Olympic champion, perrenial ruler of the women's backstroke field, has been training here for more than a week for the national senior A. A. U. men's and Players-C. Kolh H. tt'olske .. J. .Meany . . . L. Coejrins . C. Kaufman A«nal Pln§ 837 Handicap 83 CEIiS' PLANT 1st Jnd 3rd .. ISO 184 166 194 145 160 17(1 182 169 1(14 165 131 , I6t 164 810 83 830 2477 83 249 TOTAL FINS 920 893 913 2726 DECKERS' OFFICE Playerf M. Kaufman . L. Fait B. nnll ·I. Lindsay . . . J. MncDonald Actual Pins Handicap ... TOTAL FIN'S I»t 2nd 3rd . 153 169 139 . 154 173 164 148 157 168 360 166 145 152 161 136 To. 461 491 473 471 449 TUESDAY'S GAMES HUGH -UAVKV A N D SON Flayer; L. A. Moe 172 J. n»e L, P. Davey . G. Squlers . . . C. M. ColUnj Actual Plus 922 Handicap 39 TOTAL PUTS , 155 204 197 194 2nil 3rd 178 180 155 155 179 221 162 174 170 183 To. Ar. 530 177 4C5 155 004 201 533 178 547 182 844 39 913 2079 39 117 Flayers L. Adams H. Bryant .1. Decher B. A. MacDonald G. Senn , 901 883 OLD TIMERS 1st 2nd 188 172 159 155 . 153 154 . ISO 182 . 171 ]H6 952 2790 932 To. 600 533 433 484 497 Arlual Pins 851 Handicap 110 81!) 110 88.1 2553 110 330 TOTAL FINS . . . . 901 929 993 2883 961 Playeri 0. Her* ...... E. Godfrey .. E. Jones R. Stevens R. Foucll GLOBE-GAZETTE 1st 2nd 3rd To. 159 188 Ifln 5,17 157 213 115 485 166 170 177 513 147 138 183 4fR 206 194 Ics 568 Actual Pinj Handicap . . . TOTAL FINS FJa.vers-- B. Duncan J. Duncan Ferman IV, Duncan F. Duncan Actual Flat 8.15 104 903 104 939 1007 S37 2883 KOZY KOR.VER 1st 2nd 3rd 198 155 168 147 164 151 ing 176 161 166 178 223 147 192 192 To. Av. 5J1 174 534 178 457 152 529 833 2571 104 312 536 838 817 922 2577 67 201 Handicap 07 TOTAL FINS . . . . 905 884 889 Z778 926 Player: G. Walsh '. Robinson . . \, Sondersaard I. G. Puseh . . fl. N. Johnson TVLER-Rl'AX 1st 2nd 155 155 171 194 158 247 160 195 174 191 3rd 155 190 183 166 188 To. Av. 465 155 555 l«5 588 196 521 553 Actual Pins . Handicap . . . . 818 41 9R2 41 TOTAL PINS RLUMER'S Korse Krnll '. Bishop ...... :. M. I'.nilcllffc Actual Plru .. Handicap ..... 1»t . 176 . us . 1S2 . l i f t 161 78.1 78 TOTAL FLN5 .... 8B1 882 2682 41 133 3 923 2805 N- OI.OW I 3ril To. 5 155 4K6 5 2 1 1 524 R 082 520 5 197 498 1 198 527 1 943 25.1.1 ! 78 234 f 1021 2789 93 THURTLE HEADS COURT SCORERS Marshall and Swift Ace Gets Slim Edge Over Humphrey to Top Individuals. Phil "Pop" Thurtle, Marshall and Swift scoring leader, topped the in. dividual race in the Y. M. C. A. major league for the past season, according to figures compiled by Artemas Brown of the Y. M. C. A. staff. Thurtle's 78 points earned him a slim edge over the 77-point total scored by Lylc Humphrey of Iowa State Brand and the 76 points racked up by Ced Connelly of Corn Country Butter. THE RECORDS HAMILTON'S FG IT Pi] (Ike niinin Hanson llrnnl. I'l-ase . 28 1 22 in McLausrhlin 17 a Wessels 7 3 Hackbarth o 3 CORN COUNTRY KG FT Blllman 7 l Chrlstr nsen 3 n Connelly 35 fi DeLacy 5 1 "roth 4 3 B. Johnson 23 4 IV. Jonnson 2t 4 t in 4 DIAMOND K R E A D FG FT Davis ... Henke . . Isaacson ]R 3 U3S 115 752 234.1 7R2 115 3J5 115 882 941 867 3690 897 women's indoor swimming cham- jionships, April 1-4. She says its's he first time she ever trained so eriously for a meet. L O O K In the Ads FIRST Before you rush up and down streets wearing out shoe leather and frazzling your nerves in the big job of home hunting-, look in the Globe-Gazette Want Ads. That's the best advice anyone can give a home hunter, for in the Want Ad columns many good places are listed. Go house or apartment hunting at home--look at Globe-Gazette Want Ads today. Playrrs-- Shannon . .1. Humphrey H . , Humphrey .1. .J. Bi-rrj- . . I. El.itnd Actual Pins Handicap . . MOOSE LEOIO.V l«t 2nd 3rd 250 165 188 159 181 153 223 Ifi5 170 173 123 142 178 195 170 9S3 S29 R9 69 823 2635 69 207 TOTAL rl_\S I»52 S98 892 2842 947 STOD HARDS Playpr*-- 1st 2nd IM To. A V. Lorlnr 149 145 15R 450 150 .1. Stoddard 143 184 167 494 165 J. Doe 1.15 155 155 46.1 15.1 H. Knene! 17R 162 154 494 1115 C. H. Eslkk 135 197 IBS 500 167 Artuat ri Handicap 760 111 843 111 8110 2403 111 333 TOTAL MXS 871 9.H 911 2736 312 DENISON'S LEAGUE CHAPIN-O'NEIL layers-- 1st 2nd 3rd To. I. Hanson 183 138 162 482 Neve IRS 151) 195 522 ·lopper 135 143 123 401 F. C.'orUle 173 171 146 4!0 . Hanson 173 196 157 533 Handicap 86 86 86 258 TOTAL 923 893 869 2685 PABST Players-- lit 2nd 3rd To. Tolnby 161 171 211 846 Powers 136 133 143 4H Burns 145 14s Sase 157 121 2lC Bease 143 127 141 411 Eanclalre 173 163 156 492 Handicap 11 60 60 161, TOTAL 798 811 8353417 LABNEBS Players-- 1st 1 2nd 3rd To. ,T. Cookman ..,.'. 121 195 170 486 M. Cookman 14(5 159 14S 450 B. Smith 161 127 162 440 G. Smith - 18H 146. 181 513 B. Smith 157 143 198 198 Handicap 82 82 83 216 IOTA1. 843 853 9382633 P, G. E. Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd To. ?rKln 112 141 142 395 Henderson 125 141 136 4CI Lonterbour 116 166 119 401 Colloton 161 147 154 462 Gallocly 120 IfiO 130 410 Handicap 149 119 119 447 TOTAL 783 9M 830 2S16 DEN1SON Player*-- 1st 2nd 3rd To. I. Cordle 119 112 201 462 Dosen 121 140 UB1 445 Doe 140 140 140 420 Rlnsns 152 183 M7 481 Doe 140 140 280 Pete Carnesle 126 126 Handicap 85 85 67 227 TOTAL 773 764 869 2111 M. C. B. i T. CO. Players-- ut 2nd 3rdv To. Wasner 92 126 137 315 Fcwlnj 147 127 133 413 Dyer 116 109 102 327 Vance 196 127 175 ·jelstan" 125 133 120 377 Handicap 121 121 121 383 TOXAI. 797 712 783 2323 Lllll-y Brown ... RnrseM .. Bnrr Camphell . Humphrey Ilurker . . . Schoper STATE BRAN'D Ffi FT 1 11 Carroll roan Lane . . Matlifsjo Ryan Thurtle Tracy . Wolfo . Murtln . Curdle . Anderson . Rush 'ookman . , iarlock . . . Hnnsartner .ruEcel . . . ,anc iller Paul MARSHALL AND SWIFT FG FT 5 3 F 1 11 1 13 12 8 17 11 8 4 8 2 F 3 4 a is 4 10 3 10 8 69 2 Ml 43 6 41 17 3 Pt«. 15 Softball Bosses to Talk on New Season Mason City nofthnll manager* were too busy Tuesday night to attend the opening meeting of the V. M. C. A. league--at least, oiilj four teams were represented at the session. Another meeting, at which the season's schedule, rules and the adoption of an official hall wl bo held next Monday night. Fisher Wins Title Over Rourke at- Charles Citj CHARLES CITY--Emil Fishe won the city table tennis champion ship, defeating Bob Rourke in fou games out of seven. TRAINING CAMP NOTES By The Associated Press ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.--It look as if American leaguers would hav to be wary of trying to advance 01 flies to the Yankees' outfield thi season. Not only is Rookie Joe D Maggio throwing "strikes" fro center, but George Selkirk threw out two Cardinals at the plate 01 singles to right in Tuesday's exhi bition. JORDAN LEADS DAFFIES. CLEARWATER--The statistic- show that Jimmy Jordan from Paw Creek, N. Car., is the leading swat ter of the Dodgers thus far in the springtime whirl. He has stepped t the plate 10 times and collected five hits, and if he keeps that up he will be the darling of Flatbush. LEIBER TO JOIN. PENSACOLA--Hank Leiber has pitched his tent directly across th street from the Giants. Ncarl; everyone says it won't be long now He weighs 203 pounds, looks in the pink of condition and says he's eager to get a heftyiength of hick ory in his hand--if Bill Terry wjl only capitulate to his salary demands. 19 70 32 3.1 . 6 .1 :.. i BUSH TASTIiy FG IS 1 2.1 FT 10 X 13 .1 12 FIFTH PLACE PLUM IN AMERICAN LOOP (Continued From Fuse 13) ment rolls aroutd . . . Florida's unshine not only improved Patty Serg's golf, hut it made her about ie most sought after speaker for knife and fork clubs . . . Every ay she's in demand . . . No wonder she's picked up 18 pounds in weight . . . The Broadwayites around.Miami roared when they 'ead Madison Square Garden was .rying to build up old Primo Carnera as a summer opponent for Jimmy Braddock . . . And the oudest laughter was little Joe Gould . . . "Louis or nothing" still s his theme song. Grapefruit league notes: President Will Harridge complimented Bucky Harris on the spirit the Senators are showing . . . Al Schacht, the comedian, picks Boston to win with less than five games separat- ng the Sox,-Tigers, Yankees and 'ndians . . . Secretary Phil Troy has rejoined the Red Sox after rushing back to Boston to attend lis mother's funeral . . . This is he town where Prof. Jimmy Wilson and his Phillies are doing their stuff . Judge Landis has stepped up his golf to 18 holes a day . . . And doing around 150 . . . Everybody rot a laugh out of that story that he Cardinal morale is shot . . . It is the best in Florida, bar none. HAM.M'S ria.vers-- 1st .1. Bfll 162 Rj-linfrker HB X.ajlrrk 148 .1. n'alih 14fi C. Cnnntncham 208 Handicap 67 TOTAL 2nd 151 184 121 m IBS 67 877 822 IDEAL LAUNDRY Players-- 1st 2nd Lee 169 159 M. \vllklns 181 prlebe ................. 139 Holub ................. 109 D. Wllklnn ............ Handicap ............ 112 128 112 139 108 3rd JIU 136 157 166 186 67 3rd 165 Ifi7 148 161 '78 887 2J52S JUDY SENT BACK. BRADENTON--Lyle Judy, rookie base running flash and understudy to Frankie Frisch, has been sent to St. Louis by the Cards for examination of his shoulder, hurt this winter in an automobile accident. Both the Cards and the Yanks went through Tuesday's game at St. Petersburg without making a change in the infield or outfield. BEES AKE HAPPY. ST. PETERSBURG--The Boston Bees are happy, having beaten the Tigers on Monday and the Reds Tuesday, Wally Bergcr batted in four runs in Tuesday's game, with two doubles and a single in four times at bat. DISTRICT TOURNEY FACES CAGE FIVES (Continued From Pase 13) the leading Chickasaw scorer for two seasons. Francis "Sonny" Babcock, center, is above average as a defense man, and has led the scoring in several tough games this year. Struble and Babcock are the senior members of the team. The Carney brothers, Harry and Gerald, are excellent man-to-man defense players, and allowed only one team, Waverly, to score more than 20 points in the season. Boony Horgan, reserve forward at the opening of the season, has come up fast to take a first team job. and led the scoring against Clear Lake, West Union and Nashua. SEASON RECORD. Xew Hampton 55: Frederlcksburs U- Xew Hflmnltm 31: OsaEt 11. New Hampton 46: Sumnrr 8. frew Hampton 23: Crejco ]2. A'etv Hampton 3s; Xaahua 21. New Hampton 25; West fnlon 19. New Hampton 31; Oelwein 10, New Hampton 25: Charles City 6. New Hampton 47; Dccorah 14. »w Hampton 49: Osane 26. Xew Hampton .19; Waverly 39. New Hampton 34.; CMar Falls 19. New Hampton 31; Cresco 20. New Hampton 35; Decorah 20. New Hampton 34: Clear Lake 18. Totals--New Hampton 510; Opponents 266. TOURNAMENT RECORD New Hampton 32; Greene 18. New Hampton 31; Charles City 19. New Hampton 31; Cresco 20. *otals--New Hampton 95; Opponents 57. HAS TOUGH TRIE. WINTER GARDEN--Dick Lanahan, former Capital sandlottcr and now a Senators' rookie pitcher, had bad time of it against the Albany sluggers who nicked him for six runs in two innings of their game Tuesday. He passed seven batters. VET HELPS TEAM. NEW ORLEANS--Manager Steve O'Neill of the Indians says Pitcher George Blaeholdcr, veteran right hander, will be one of the.tribe's greatest assets this year. "It will be a new experience for Blaeholder to pitch for a winning ball club and I won't be surprised if he becomes one of the big surprises of the league," the manager says. SOX TOUR CITY. PASADENA--Joe E. Brown, the movie star who used to cavort on the diamond himself, took the White Sox on a sightseeing- lour af- :er their workout Tuesday. The Sox went through a two hour workout before starting off as guests of the :omedian. TIGER CUBS OKAY. ORLANDO--Mickey Cochrane's Tiger rookies are doing all right for ihemselves these days. Buddy Bates, Gil English and Don Ross lave been showing plenty of stuff n the field and are giving the apple ome long rides. BUCS WANT REVENUE. SAN ANTONIO--The pirates are out for revenge for the 3 to 1 lick- ng they took from the Cubs Tuesday. Woody Jensen was the Buc lero, having saved the Corsairs Tom a shutout by belting a double n the third and then coming home on a fielding error. Under Arrest As ruins of two famous churches In Madrid still smoldered after leftists riots, further Marxist demonstrations were prohibited. Jose Antonio Primo De Riviera, son of the former dictator, was pla«cl under arrest with eight directors of the fascist organization which he leads. (Central Press Photo) Iowa Federal Court . Decision on Process Taxes Is Appealed WASHINGTON, OP}--The government has appealed to the supreme court from an Iowa federal iistrict court's decision granting ;he Iowa Soap company of Burling:on a temporary injunction against collecting taxes on the first domestic processing of coconut oil produced in the Philippine Islands. The petition, filed by Solicitor ^eneral Stanley Reed, asks the ligh court to take immediate jurisdiction. p icture of Hay Baler Ordered in Court to Aid in Explanations FAIRMONT, W-- A jury of farm- rs trying a damage suit in district ourt here did not know what a hay aler looked like, so Judge Julius E. Haycraft ordered a picture of one aken for their benefit. The action came during trial of suit in which Mrs. Henry Wolf ought damages for personal injur- s suffered, she said, when her car an into a hay baler owned by Waler H. Luedtke and driven by Paul ~ The attorneys themselves became onfused when they sought to des- ribe the various parts of the hay aler, while the farmers reported e machines with exception of the ecent drought years, were a rar- y in tie county. "Get a picture of it," Judge Hay- raft then ordered and it was done. HOCKEY By THE ASSOCIATED PRES NATIONAL New Vork Rancers 4; Chicago 2. Boston 1: Montreal Canadlens 0. Montreal Mammis 2; Toronto'l, INTERNATIONAL Cleveland 3; Detroit I. London 2: Rochester 2 t l e ) . AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Kansas City 4; Tul.sa 2. IN THE RING B.v THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW r.OBK--Lou Amher.i, 136. Herkl- mer, K. T.. knocked out. Tony ScarpaH. 116, Brooklyn. ( 8 ) . Will Compete in Meet. RICEVILLE -- The high school music organizations will compete in the sub district meeting at Charles City Friday and Saturday. WHERE SHALL WE GO . . . S U R F OLD-TIME DANCE FRIDAY 26c ART'S NIGHTHAWKS S. TAX IXCL. BENNETT-GRETEN Coming Saturday HERB IE KAY And His Orchestra WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1 And Don'f Forget-CIGARETTES AT BARGAIN PRICES Fredencksburg Juniors Will Present Class Play FREDERICKSBURG--The junior class play "Where's Grandma?" will be presented in the scnool auditorium with the following cast: Nelda Weidler, Leona Garry, Eugene Carey, Clayton Paul, Naomi Herrick, Evelyn Leach, Jack Liebenstein, Shirley Mikes and Adelia Belle Whitcomb. Will Elect Officers. RUDD--The annual election of officers for the Farmers Exchange company will be held Saturday afternoon, March 1 at the Schroeder hall. This is a postponed meeting because of road and weather conditions. THIS IS THE BIG DAY! FOLLOW THE CROWDS FOR FUN AND THRILLS! LADIES WHAT NOT! SURPRISE GRAB-BAG! LOTS OF FUN! Mat. Eve. TODAY AND THURSDAY Mat. Eve. DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM JOAN CRAWFORD CLARK GABLE -- in-"DANCING LADY" ALINE MacMAHON BASIL RATHBONE -- in -"KIND LADY" GIFTS TO KIDDIES FRI. AND SAT. MATINEE At Mason City THEATERS O; K. J. r. "MARD1 GRAS NIGHTS" OPENS WEDNESDAY AT CECIL -Mardi Gras Nights," eight individual acts of vaudeville arranged and presented by Glen Dale, master of ceremonies, and "Professional Soldier," film taken from one of Damon Runyon's stories, make up the bill which plays through Thursday-at the Cecil. * * * "False Pretenses," which was scheduled to play Wednesday only at the State, is, as far as the writer knows, the first picture in which Russell Hopton wins the heroine. Usually Hopton has the rather thankless role of a wise guy or policeman. * * * "LONE WOLF RETURNS" IS FEATURE AT PALACE With Melvyn Douglas in the title role, "The Lone Wolf Returns" to the Palace theater, furnishing plenty of thrills as this second "Rafflea " steals necklaces from right under the noses of dowagers. On the same bill is the musical com. edy, "First a Girl," a British-Gaumont film starring Jessie Matthews. * * * Take your pick--"Dancing Lady" and "Kind Lady" both play at the Strand through Thursday. Joan 'rawforrt and Aline'MacMahon are the stars. Arrives From Chicago. LONEROCK -- Mrs. Mary Brunson of Chicago arrived Tuesday to keep house for George Long, who recently moved on his farm previously occupied by the Henry Schroeders. "MARDIGRAS" OPENS AT CECIL Glen Dale's Colorful Stage Revue Features. Two Day Program. Glen Dale's colorful stage revue, "Mardi Gras Nights," opened Wednesday at the Cecil theater, presenting six appealing acts augmented by Dale's stage band and the clever repartee of the producer who acts as master of ceremonies. Tenor solos by Dale are another highlight of the show. "Professional Soldier," with Victor McLaglen and Master Freddie Bartholomew, two actors who were cited for special honors for their work in films last year, in the leading roles. Among the -various types of entertainment offered by this versatile vaudeville unit are exotic Hindu magic, black-face dialog, harmonica solos, juggling novelties, piano solos from concert selections and tap, eccentric and acrobatic dancing. E D A N C E AVALON BALLROOM Manly, Iowa THURSDAY, MARCH 19 Music By THE JOLLY NORSEMEN Admission 25c Coming, Tues., March 24 AL MENKE On Our STAGE Limited J Engage- . ment L ONLY 2 DAYS AVednesday and Thursday Gay Tunes! Pretty Girls! A CARNIVAL OF FUN and FRIVOLITY! "MARDI GRAS MAT. 26c EVE. 36c NIGHTS" GLEN DALE AND HIS EIGHT MASQUERADERS STAKE BAND DKI.fXK Fraturinjr HAD.II BABA * CO. ".Mymerln nf |h c Orient" BOB SOl'TH "·!(·*' Koolln" " OEO. LATOItR * PEGGY JATK I.OWE IOROTHV I,A RUE FRANK .HOSIER STACK SHOWS AT 2MI); s:30; 8:M; 10:1B 24 PEOPLE ON THE SCREEN THE STAR OF "DAVID COl'I'KRFIELD" THE HERO OF "WHAT P R I C E r,LOHV" IS DA.MON R t N V A N ' S HILARIOUS HIT! VICTOR McLAGLEN FREDDIE BARTHOLOMEW "PROFESSIONAL SOLDIER" with GLORIA STUART Liberty Magazine gave this picture a 3 Star Rating! Friday is the Big Fun Day at the Cecil and Palace "LOVE ON A BET"--with Gene Raymond and Wendie Barrie STARTS SATURDAY WHAT A LOVE TRIANGLE THIS IS! CLARK MYRNA JEAN GABLE LOY HARLOW "WIFE vs. SECRETARY" NOW SHOWING MAMMOTH DOUBLE PROGRAM He's back! Fiction's favorite adventurer! With MELVYN DOUGLAS GAIL PATRICK r TALA BIRELL Step up and see smartest stepping show of the season JESSIE MATTHEWS Mixed identities . . . Scrambled Hearts . . . Jessie First a Girl . . . Then a Boy . . . Always a Joy!

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