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«, FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 11 ·§ 1937 GAZETTE SPORTS DOUGHERTY IS DEFEATED 24-9 Holy Family Fives Win Two Games from St. Pat's on Home Court. Northside Wins HOLY FAMILY--241ST. PATRICK'S--3 · If It pf if Jl pf C. Zicrler t i 0 OlDolan t. I l l DIGrer'to t 1 0 tfa. Dou{h*ly { Is Is 0 Hushes, f 2 0 1|V. Dourh'lj- [ 1 0 0 · I . a u j h l i n I 1 (I OJSweenc? I ( 1 0 0 Muehe e 1 0 OJJenscn e n 1 II n u r n e t t c n n oJGeary r n o 2 Cnvaiiaujh g :l II lljlloran r 1 1 u II. Xleter f .t I) I j M u r p h y s * J ll| TOTALS 12 n :I;TOTALS ~H~3~i Scnre by q u a r t e r s : 1 I O L V FAMILY f S ifi ·( ST. PATRICK'S 2 ' 2 4 [I Free throw* missed: Holy Family 4: .SI. Patrick's 1. State Court Scrap Set In Des Moines DES MOINES, (/P) -- The state volleyball tournament will be played here Feb: 22 at the Des Moines Y. M. C. A. Davenport, state champion for the last five years, will be here to seek another -championship. Other teams entered include Clinton, second place winner in 1936, Cedar Rapids, Waterloo, Council Bluffs, Oskaloosa, Ottumwa, Newton, Marshalltown and Des Moines. Minnesota Ace to Coach Dakota High ABERDEEN, S. Dak., (UP)-Ray Antil, star end on the 1936 University o[ Minnesota football learn, has been named head football coach : at , Aberdeen high Foi- the second time this season Holy Family won from St. Patrick's of Dougherty, the North- siders decisioning the visiting five 24 to 9 Wednesday night on the local court. Just as in their first 'victory the locals met little opposition, effectively subduing the St. Pat's all the way. Robert "Boob" Cavanaugli and Harold Ziegler, Holy Family backstops, were the high scorers with three fieldgoals each while the remainder of the squad split the other scoring honors evenly. Holy Family led 6 to 2 at the Quarter, held St. Pat's scoreless in ·the second quarter to make it 8 to 2 at the half, and ran up a 16 lo, 4 score at the third quarter's end. Holy Family's reserves edged put the St. Pat reserves 15 to 13 in the curtain-raiser, with Paris DiGregorio scoring four fieldgoals tq lead the winners. Tubbs to Start Grid Work at Early Date IOWA CITY, (/P)_Irl Tubbs new University of Iowa footbal coach, will open spring practice Feb. 18, Athletic Director E. G. Schro'eder announced Thursday. Tubbs and Pat Boland, new line mentor, are expected to return here from Miami, Fla., this week. Practice will continije un- til'May 1. school, it was Thursday. Antil will serve as assistant end coach under Bernie Bierman at Minnesota during spring practice and will take over his duties here Sept. 1. Ossie Splem Back in Iowa City on Journey ·TOWA CITY, (fl)--Ossie Solem, Who "resigned as University of Iowa football coach here .last month to accept the coaching assignment at Syracuse university, returned here Thursday after visiting Syracuse .alumni. Solem said he would 'leave about March 1, to begin his work at the eastern school. Ice Hockey By UNITED PIIESS INTERNATIONAL T-EAGUE Providence 4; New Haven 3. PlKjsburg-h 2; Syracuse 1, Sprln-field Intffons 4; Cleveland Falcons J. AMERICAN' ASSOCIATION SI. Louis 3j Minneapolis 1. Cage Scores . HOOSIERS READY. BLOOMINGTON, Ind., -Indiana university's .spring football practice will start March 10, Coach Bo McMillin said today. A six weeks' · training period has been scheduled. IOWA MEETS GOPHERS IOWA CITY, OT--Victories over Illinois and Nebraska already attained, the University of Iowa gymnastic team will meet its toughest competition of the year in Minnesota, defending Big Ten champion, in the Hawkeye field- house Saturday night. Real Estate Transfers Shelhorn, Fred and wife to Jessie Merrill Dwelle $1.00. E 47/ It of the S 132 ft of Lot 6 in B 16 in H. S. Young's sub o£ lots 3, 6, 3, 10 and all that part of lots 1 and 2 lying W and S of center of Lime Creek, all in sub of NVV'/i of 1196-20, 2-4-37. Dalvey, Milton O. and wife to Jessie Merrill Dwelle, $1.00. QCD same as above 2-5-37. Can-, Dora A. to Erwin Owen, 51.00. SWA SW'/i 9-97-22 subject to contract with Cerro Gordo county, Iowa. 3-11-36. Stott, David, and- wife, to Anlonio Faleo and Clara Faleo (wife) $1 E 5 feet of W 50 feet of L 9 in sub of Lots 1 and 2, B. "H" North Mason City, 2-8-37. Brown, H. C., Admr. of Estate of James Farrer, 'deceased, to Charles E. Cornwall, $2,500, L. 24, B. 18 In College Add. to Mason City, 25**37. Ridgeway, Joy, County Treasurer, to D. Swale, $134.08, S 66 feet of L. 8, B. 1, South Mason Cily, 2-6-37. Swale, D., and wife, to John - ---- 1 - -» -- ...^ .v**t-, I.V C U J 1 J 1 Meier, $1 QCD, S 66 feet of L. 8, B. 1, South Mason City, 2-8-37. Blake, Jerome J., et al, to John Meier, $1, S# of-L. 8, B. I, South Mason City, 11-30-36. Cornwcll, Charles E., and wife to Harry C. Brown, $1. L. 24, B. 16, .College Add. lo Mason Ciiy 2-8-37. Bales, D. W., Roc. of Ceno Gordo Stale Bank, Clear Lake, to · , D. E. Kenyon, $110, Lots 3, 4, 5, 7 f 8, B and 10 in B. 3 of Hogers and Sandry Add. to Clear Lake, 2-2-37. Cress, G. E. Sheriff, to William Garfin, $3,500, Lots 16 and 17 in B. 1 in Mumford's Add. to Mason City, 10-18-32. Phalen, Tim R., Sheriff, to ·Kathryn and the HIGH SCHOOL 1IOI.V FAMILY 2J-13! St. Falrick'j Doutherlj-) 0-13. Elgin.22-11; Calmar 20-20. Topcjoy 37-1G; Roivan 33~3B. LHImer 51-15; Ilansell 23-37. MILE RECORDS MAY SEE DROP Faster Boston track Gets Stars of Game Set to . Try for New Time. By ERNEST BARCELLA United Press Staff Correspondent BOSTON, (UP) _ Maybe it's part of the build-up, but somehow the rumor got around town that a new world's indoor mile record may be established at the B. A. A. meet here Saturday night. What really started it all was a laconic announcement from Boston Garden officials that the board track there is undergoing further changes. Prior to the Front g'ames here 10 days ago, the slow Garden announced here track was renovated to give it speed. The results were gratifying. Glenn Cunningham, the king of milers, stepped out and fashioned a new local indoor mile mark of 4:11.9. Still Have Short Track. But the track still was 12 laps to the mile, which doesn't please the fellows who have to do the running. Garden officials reasoned something could be done to improve the situation, so they put carpenters to work laying an 11-lap oval. Cunningham's world indoor record o£ 4:08.4 was made on an 11- lap track in New York three years ago. After winning the Wanamaker mile in the comparatively slow time of 4:14.4 on the same track last Saturday, the Kansas flyer told B. A. A. officials that the renovated Boston saucer was better than New York's. Cunningham was also quoted by Tom Kanaly of the B. A. A. as saying: "The Boston track was so fast at 12 laps that if the same is true of the 11-lap track and the pace is right, I believe I can break my present indoor record. Feels Better Than Ever. "Besides, I feel better this sea- s'on than at any other time during my indoor career." As far as pace-setting goes, Cunningham need not worry. It was Indiana's sensational Don Lash who paced the sturdy Kansan to a new indoor Boston record 10 days ago. It was Lash again who set the pace in New York last Saturday night. And Lash will be in there again this Saturday. Also entered is Gene Venzke, the former Penn ace who nearly Is He Mattson Kidnaper? Fred Steele to See Fight in Two Rings PHILADELPHIA, (UP)--Freddie Steele, world's middleweight boxing champion, will meet Paul Pirrone, Cleveland, in a 10 round non-title' bout at Philadelphia's convention hall on March 2, promoter Herman Taylor announced Thursday. will defend his crown Eddie "Babe" Risko of Steele against -,,,,..,, ,,., Syracuse at New York next week, but Taylor said the fight here would be staged regardless of the outcome of the Feb. 19 bout at Madison Square garden. Arrested by immigration authorities at Noyes, Minn., a man who gave his name as Stanislaus Poracki was taken to Grafton N .Dak., where lie was quizzed on .the Mattson kldnap-slaylng case! Investigators said Poracki was a "dead ringer" for "Tim," the fllatt- son kidnaper, and pointed out Poracki admitted being an ex-convict and also of Having: been in the state of Washington in the past few months. Poracki was arrested while trying to cross the border from MOVIE- PARADE By D. B. K. was took , Dedina, $1,734.69. L 2 of L 3 in B 21 in Town of North Plymouth. 1-13-37. Phalen, Tim R., Sheriff, to Mae T. McLara, $2,306.94. S 1-3 of Lois 1 and 2 in B 30 in Parker's Third Add to MC. 1-27-37. Sharp e, Sarah R. and hus., to Ralph B. Dunn, $1. Lots 10 and 11 in sub of L 8 In sub of L 2 in sub of SE%WE% 10-96-20. 1-28-37. Cornell, Edith and husband to H. E. Freeman and D. E. Kenyon. Si. L 4 B 1 in Dickirson and Hays' Add lo Clear Lake. 1-30-37. Holland, Lars and wife, to Bertha Rodherg, $1. L 12 B 2 except the S 44 ft thereof, in H. E. Fran- , . . - cisco's Second Add to MC. 1-25- · · · · · i ' Jury Decides Drivers Are Equally at Fault EAGLE GROVE--In a suit for damages in an automobile collision between Aldis Hendrickson and E. C. Newcomb, both of Woolstock township, the jury decided both men equally at fault, recommended that each pay his own damage to his car and one- half the costs of the suit, approximating the cost of suit. The suit was brought in Justice S. H. Williamson's court. Mr. Newcomb stated that he looked carefully on coming out of his plate but saw no car coming. However, as he came on to the main road, his car and the Hendrickson car collided and the former car forced into the ditch and ^ u ^ fire. By prompt work of both men the fire was extinguished with sand from the gravel road. Receding Flood Left Silt Mass, Patricia Cornell Writes Here Miss Patricia Cornell, Cincinnati girl who was interviewed recently over K'G.LO and for the Globe-Gazette concerning the appearance and effects of the record flood, waters which are still receding from the Ohio river metropolis, says conditions in many of the areas which were submerged defy description. In a letter to the B. A. Webster family, whose guest she was during her visit here, Miss Cornell tells of the many abnormal features of everyday life in Cincinnati since.the terrible days of the flood. The city's water supply, clue to breaks in mains and possible con- aminalion, has been treated with chlorine to such an extent that it is hardly usable, she writes. "School children have been excused from their midyear examinations s c h e d u l e d a t t h e time the swirling waters were at their peak. Along the waterfront, where the flood took Us heaviest toll,. receding waters reveal slimy, silt covered masses, indistinguishable even as landmarks. The city's lighting system is just beginning to function once more, and countless homes and street lights still remain dark." ' nipped the second-place Lash at the tape in the Prout race and finished two places ahead o£ him in 'the Wanamaker mile.. Art Clarke of Canada is another worthy competitor. ARON TO FIGHT. C H I C A G O , .(/P)--Milt Aron, young Dubuque, Iowa, welterweight title contender, and Gaston Le Cadre, tough French 147 pounder, have been matched for a 10 round bout at the Marigold Gardens Monday night. TRAIN AND AUTO CRASHES KILL 3 2 Men Killed Instantly and Third Dies in Sioux City Hospital. SIOUX CITY, (/P)--Three persons died in train-auto crashes near here Wednesday night. Otto Gloe and Sam Black, Salix farmers, were killed when the "Corn King," Northwestern passenger train, struck their car 17 miles south of here. . Both men were dead and the car was demolished when the train stopped. Henry C. Mullins, 54, Albert City livestock buyer, died at a Sioux Rapids hospital after his car was struck by a Northwestern passenger train near Marathon. Witnesses said Mullins saw the approaching train and applied the brakes to his car. The car skidded and turned over on its side directly in the path of the train. Mullins died oi a crushed chest and broken back. 3 Members of Boy "Auto Theft Gang" Sentenced to Eldora DES MOINES, (ff) -- T h r e e members of what police said was a juvenile "auto theft gang" were sentenced here to indeterminate terms' in the slale training school at Eldora. Seventeen other boys in junior high and grade schools,-are awaiting trial for fhe thefts. Police said the boys admitted taking cars "for the thrill o£ entertaining boy and girl friends," and then abandoning them. "MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS' CECIL AND PALACE CINEMA 'Mind Your Own Business,' which plays Friday at the Cecil and Palace theaters, has Charlie Ruggles and Alice Brady in the leading roles. Ruggles is Nature Editor of a paper and writes a dry, conventional column dealing with birds, bees and flowers until one day when he is ill his wife writes his column, dishing out a WinchcII brand of gissip. The column instantly becomes a sensation and what happens thereafter makes "Mind Your Own Business" amusing entertainment. Seen in supporting roles are Lyle Talbot, Gene Lockliart, Benny Baker, Jack LaRuc, Frankie Darro and Paul Harvey. * « » AT THE PALACE "lied, Hot and Beautiful," very optimistically named, opened a two day engagement a t the Palace theater Wednesday night before faintly recenttve audiences. Theatergoers found some consolation attending in that tile picture, "Counterfeit MOVIE MENU CECIL--"Romeo and Juliet" Thursday. PALACE -- "Red, Hot and Beautiful" on stape and "Counterfeit Lady" on screen, ends Thursday. S T R A N D -- "A Man Be(rayed"and "Wcddimr Present" end Thursday. STATE -- "Morals of Marcus" and "August Week-end" on screen and KGLO-Stale amateur "Talent Quest" broadcast from stage Thursday night. L A K E -- ( C l e a r L a k e ) -"Stowaway" ends Thursday. Sf. Louis Symphony (o Play. IOWA CITY--The StV Louis symphony orchestra, directed by Vladimir GpJsehmann, will close the University of Iowa's 1936-37 concert series by playing here Feb. 18. Matinee and evening concerts will be presented.' j Will Butz to Build Hatchery at Klemme KLEMME--Will Butz of Garner bought the property of Mrs. Charley Kraus in northwest Klemme where he will build a chick hatchery. Mr. Butz has a hatchery in Meservey and one !n Garner. He will take possession March 1. The Arley Bllckendorfer family is now living on the place. Will Display Old Flas. HUMBOLDT, (UP)--Mrs. Ben B. Walson will display on Lincoln's birlhday a fancy quilt thn» her grandmother made from red and while bunting used to decorate the streets of Oskaloosa when Abraham Ltacoln was a presidential candidate. Lady," was an Interesting one from the first to the final reel. Leah Gardner, coloratura soprano, was one of the few stage performers worthy of mention and Miss Gardner's selections, which included "Italian Street Song" from Victor Herbert's "Naughty Marietta," were ' the few numbers on -the stage revue actually . cntertalnins. Miss Gardner also sang "Bells of St. Marys" beautifully, although her selection was marred by accom- paniment which proved a hindrance. Earl Strayne's orchestra In itself was sadly deficient, the drummer in particular being somewhat of an annoyance. This drummer man, usually the "hottest" member of a band reclined against the backdrop during the show and only the beat of the drum let the audience know he was awake. Fairly interesting was the act of Ruth Rudy, who gave imitations of Zasu Pitts and Charlotte Greenwood, and the sclee- Uons by the three Owens sinc- crs, a girls' trio. Ralph Bellamy and Joan Perry are featured in fhe interesting-, although inplausible picture "Counterfeit Lady," cinema attraction on the program. * * «: "Alone Came Love," a comedy featuring Irene Hervey and Charles Marrett, together with the western picture, "Riflers of the Whistling Skull," plays through Saturday at the Lake theater in Clear Lake. Included in the western --«««wv* JL. nic weiern aim cast are Robert Livingston, Ray Corrigan, Max Tcrhiine, Mary Russell and the old time western star, Yakima Canutf. « * * Featured in "The Little Red "Scholhouse," which Is booked at the State Friday and Saturday are . ; Frank C o n # h Ian, Jr., pickle M o o r e, A n n .D o r a n, Ii I o y d Hughes a n d R i c h a r d Carle. It presents i sincere, poignant problem of t h e adolescent schoolboy. Dick Foran Is the hero In "Calif o r n i a Mail," s e c o n d picture on t menu, and Is seen in a t y p i c a l drama. LLOYD HUGHES Mystery on the range is the theme of "Boss Rider of Gun Creek," which stars Buck Jone., and opens a two day engagement at the Strand Friday. Appeal for "Boss Rider of Gun Creek" \ies largely with Buck Jones fans and the juvenile and action picture devotees. "Alias Bulldog Drummond" is the second feature. C. M. Gross Head of Lonerock Creamery LONEROCK--Tae annual dinner and meeting of the Farmers' Co-operative creamery was helci Tuesday at the local hall. C. M. Gross was eelcted president; A. H. Hutchinson, vice president, and J. A. Nyman, secretary. R. C. Willey, Mason City, talked on the Iowa State brand creamery. R. C. Weaver, Charles City, talked on quality. Butter manufactured in 1936 was 126,087 pounds; the average price paid on number 1 was .346. Charles City Pastor on Rockford Program ROCKFORD--Circle C of the Methodist church is sponsoring a father and son banquet in the Methodist church Friday evening. The banquot will be served at 6:30 and will be followed by a program. Grover H. Galvin will serve as toastmaster and the Rev. John Walters, pastor of the First Methodist church of Charles City, will address the gathering on "Witnesses." Other numbers on the program are special music by the male quartet, bass horn solo by Donald Mosher; toast to the fathers by Robert Bruce and toast to the sons by the Rev. C. G. Fort. Friday - Saturday "ALONG CAME LOVE" --with-Irene Ilervey - Charles Slarrett plus "Riders of the Whistling Skull" Thursday ONLY Road Show Engagement N O R- M A 57th Anniversary of Couple Is Observed LUVERNE--Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hinz, Sr., pioneers of Luverne, observed their fifty-seventh wedding anniversary, in their home in Hie north part of to\vn, both enjoying good heallh. Mr. and Mrs. Hinz married near Bloomington, 111., Feb. 8, 1880, and came to Luverne the same year. They are the parents of three daughters and one son, Mrs. H. B. Zentner, of Monroe, Wis., Mrs. Fred Schneider, Mrs. Chester Stoddard, and Fred Jr., all of Luverne, 14 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. Mrs. Hinz, whose maiden name was Matilda Fergande, was born in West Prussia, Germany and came to America at an early age, Mr. Hinz was also born HEARER All Scats 16c Kids 10c Ends Thursday-Shirley Temple in "Stowaway" ,wifh JOHN BARRYMORE And BriBlont Cart --PRICES-- Mai--56c-83c. Tax Included, TJX Included NO KKEE LIST HARVEY CLARK MURIEL EVAN FIRST RUN PROGRAM Sat. i KIDDIES BIG GIFT MATINEE SAT. Rajah's Ransom In Rubles 'Alias Bulldog Driimmond with JACK HULBERT FAY WRAY Ends Thursday Nile: "Wedding- Present" and "A Man Betrayed" OLD TIME D A N C E Kclley's Harp Orchestra Friday, 26c and 40c RIDE THE BUS M. C. and C. L. Line take regular schedule bus to Clear Lake and return to Mason City on s SPECIAL BUS Lcavins'Surf at 1 O'clock LEO TERRY "Swlnff Band Coming Saturday [Ends Thursday: Morals of Marcus and "August Week-End WS? 1 ' TALENT QUEST! 8 --PRESENTING-EIGHT BIG SURPRISE ACTS Be at the Theater in Person and Vote for Your Favorite TWO SWELL SHOWS! FRIDAY - SATURDAY: First lime In Ma»on City! Gay, carefree childhood In country 3Choo!hou5e. if :;-TM*i --and-- lUSTER'S LAST STAND" The Best of the West! - D I C K FORAN ·The Sineine Cowboy" in "California Mail" with Linda. Perry ENDS THURSDAY In Person--On Our Stage "RED HOT AND BEAUTIFUL" On the Screen "COUNTERFEIT LADY" Ladles' Gift Night !AXAC STARTS SATURDAY Big Double Program - Bu " c u r c J '° ur »«« -HI, » -IllU. horse sense! SECOND FEATURE BCHABDBIXWHOItrSDElRJO CHESTER MORRIS West Prussia and the young people were friends before coming to America. A\'e Fail. After some persons see the handwriting on the wall they can't read it.--Indianapolis News. FRIDAY is the DAY OF DAYS at the New Cecil and Palace Attend tlie Matinee and Avoid the Evening: Crowd! Mai. Price 26c Until 5 P. M. HE SIGNALED FOR HELP.... A M D G O T * B A R R E L O F T S O U B L E ! --Plus-'No Place Like Rome" Comedy North Iowa's Best Theater Late Show Saturday Night at 10 p. m. Starts SATURDAY JAMES OLIVER CUR WOOD'S Great Outdoor Romance! | It Blazes From the Screen in Gorgeous TECHNI-COLOR! We tell you truthfully that t h e color and scenic grandeur of this I show is m o r e beautiful than in "The Trail of the Lonesome Pine." ^ · · · ^__ · _. y , · · . · _ · · ' ' r .^^£*;rafsg^ ;'-.-' ; " ' - " j i ' - . " · ' . ' · ' · - ; 1 ' ' " · " " · - ' ; · f , , ' ' · ' . ' · ' · · ' · ·' RHDTHE Here is a selection of added short subjects that makes this program the best you ever will see-Mickey Mouse Cartoon "Donald and Pluto" Our Gang Comedy "Bored of Education" Paramount News Evenls Coming Next Tuesday: PAT .O'BRIEN in "THE GREAT O'MALLEY 1 '{1

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