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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 19, 1936
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"SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 19 1936 GLOBE-GAZETTE SPORTS SECTION ALBERT LEA SET FOR COURT TEST Luverne, Mihn., Also With Final Competitors in State Tourney. MINNEAPOLIS, (IP)--The state high school basketball tournament, equivalent of the world series to hundreds of Minnesota's prep floor men, opened Thursday for three days to the tune of excited sport fans, bands, noise makers, cheers and the like. Eight teams who have battled through their regular season schedule, sub-district, district and regional touranments, will compete for the state crown. Semifinals are Friday and the finals Saturday night. Albert Lea, winner of the first region title, will meet Bemidji, region eight, in the tournament opener. Red Wing, region four, and Luverne, region two, are scheduled to clash. CAGE TEAMS SEE SECOND CONTEST (Continued From ra?e 15) with Dubuque drew a first round bye and will not perform until Friday night when it meets the winner oi the New Hampton-Belle Plaine con. test. A bitter four-way fight for Class A honors at Marshalltown was the prospect with the home city, Roosevelt of Des Moines, Newton and Ames · the. contesting teams. Marshalltown and Ames, Central Iowa conference champion, are paired in the feature first round game. Lamoille, a Class B standout, and Mitchellville, open the tournament. Goldfield and Pilot Mound start the hostilities in Sac City's district meet. They are Class B teams. Webster City, first choice for Class A honors, got a first round bye and will play the winner of the Grundy Center-Humboldt game. Diagonal's hot Class B club starts the fireworks at Creston's meet, playing Minburn. Creston and Mount Ayr, Class A teams, also get together, but Perry and Earlham, the other Class A entries, wait until Friday for action. Martinsburg and Williamson open the show with a Class B game at Ottumwa. Ottumwa and Indianola follow with their Class A argument. Abraham Lincoln plays Manning and Clarinda meets Logan in the Class A openers at Council Bluffs. Missouri Valley and Villisca drew byes. Bowling Scores WOMEN'S LEAGUE , 1). K. JLUNDBEKG A.M1 CO. Flayers-- 1st 2nd 3rd To. Wotanak 143 I2R 1GW 429 Dimchrrty ins 113 no :tt8 Bombtr 133 103 134 420 Schammer 9? 133 140 370 Stephnn 133 106 134 433 Actual Pins Handicap . . . , 611 TO GDI 70 058 1960 70 210 TOTAL PIN'S C81 7G1 7272170 anCKEV MOCSE Flnycr?-- 1st 2nd 3rd To. Vanclft 30R 1U 12!) 'Mil Mick 147 Ififi 13fi 4R9 IKllley lOfl 93 115 314 seel ,. 127 9fi i:ti 3.nn JonTM 137 HO. 123 370 Artiinl Pins fl2R ft7!l fi!W Hnndltnn !lfl "A 93 TOTAI, 1'l.VS 720 B74 am 2144 DIAMOND BUTTER BHKA1) r*-- l.«t 2nd 3rd To. M. Hull 114 1114 111 37» Doc Kill i n n 1(10 300 Conknuin 148, Ift3 4Ji7 llrrncmmt 73 8R 8fl · 23fi E. filnnvilli; 13S 147 102 3*4 Actunl Finn 570 041 6(1117711 Handlcnp 52 52 52 158 TOTAL PINS 622 095 6131532 SISLE SHOPPE 1st 2nil 3rd To. 1(10 100 300 Players-Doc 100 Dltzler 90 119 105 3U Zwerneman 138 130 103 378 Doc Voe Actunl Pins Handicap ... 100 100 100 300 100 100 100 300 52n 84!) 514 1592 S3 K 53 159 IOTAL PIN'S 582 6(12 557 1751 IN THE RING By Tire ASSOCIATED TRESS 5HJNCIJE. Ind.--Chuck Womb. H8, !"- mlt. Unnr.licd out Jimmy Salvadorc, 149, 'hlcaso, (3). WRESTLING By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TREXTOX, N. J.--Yvon Robert, 215, Canada, defcnted Emll J)usck, 21B, Omaha, ro straight falls. JERSEY CITV--Jim Heffner, 180, Texas, won over Jim barker, 185, Texas. Parker disqualified for shiEElnp. EAST GRAND FORKS, Minn.--Jim Lon- los, Greece, threw Mike Xazarian, Little Rock, Ark., hi 23 minutes. DIZ DEEPLY HURT AS QUINN MOANS (Continued From Fase IS) The boys passing through from Miami can't see how Brevity can miss n the Kentucky derby. . . Judge W. j. Bramham, minor league czar, is playing'golf with Judge Landis at Selleair. Rickey Returns to Cards' Camp, Dizzy Seen Nearly Ready to Get Into Action BRADENTON, Fla.--The return of Branch Rickey to the Cardinals' camp led to the belief that Dizzy Dean is likely to be in the fold within the next 48 hours and may even get a chance to start training Thursday. A conference is due and Dizzy is said to have assured the Cards he will do all the things Rickey asks and that only the salary question remains to be adjusted. Ruppert Expected to Get Action in Holdout Ranks ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., (/P)--Developments in the Yankees' holdout situation, the most serious since Babe Ruth used to have his annual arguments with the club, are ex pected any moment now that Col. Jacob Ruppert, Yankee owner, is in town. Ruppert arrived Wednesday but his expected conference with Holdout. Charley Ruffing failed to take place. He had nothing to say about Ben Chapman, the other unsigned player. Dykes Thinks Sox Ready for Good League Season PASADENA, Cal.--Jimmy Dykes of the White Sox has an idea his club may do well this year. He is "satisfied" with the pitching and catching, says the outfield of Stumpf, Radcliff and Kreevich will stand up and he likes himself, Tony Piet, Luke Appling and cither the unsigned Zeke Bonura or Mule Haas in the infield. Western Conference Speed King to Match A. A. U. Aces CHICAGO, m--Bobby Grieve, University of Dlinois' sprinter who won the Western conference 60 yard dash title- last week, will meet Ralph Metcalfe and John Phillips of Marquette in the 60 yard event of the thirty-eighth annual Central A. A. U. track and field championships Friday night at the University of Chicago fieldhouse. Schools to be represented will include Illinois, Wisconsin, Chicago, Northwestern, De Paul, Loyola and Armour. WOMEN TO HEAD WRESTLING CARD Miss Mae Meyers Meets Miss Kakty Hopkins in Main- Event Monday Night. Something radically different In the way of sports, even for a wrestling program, will be brought to the armory Monday night when Miss Mae Meyers, billed as the women's champion wrestler, meets Miss Kakty Hopkins in the main event of a grappling show. The ladies of the mat will weigh in at about 140 pounds, they admit. It will be the first card of its kind ever to be presented in Mason City. The regular run of 'rasslers will monopolize the remainder of the card in which Frank Bauer meets Jack Stone and Bobby Byland 'rassles Bull Schmidt. 2 California Newspapers Bought by Iowa Cityan Speidel President of New Firm; Dean to Be Publisher. RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PSESS AT WINTER HAVEN--Philadelphia (N) 7: Brooklyn (Nl .1. AT SAN ANTONIO--Clilcua (N) 4; Pitts- burffh (N) 0. AT SARASOTA--Cincinnati (N) 10; Huston (A) 1. AT BRADE.MON'--St. Lonl« · Si Nfw York (A) 5. AT FORT MEYERS--St. Louis (A) 7; rhlladrlnhla (A) 3. AT OHLA.vno--H'ashlneton (A) B: Detroit (A) A (ID innlncs). AT FEKSACOLA--New lurk (M It: nman city ( A A ) 1(1. AT NEW ORLEANS-- Cleveland (A) 14; Nf.w Orlenn* (SA R. HOCKEY By TKK ASSOCIATED T'HESS INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Cleveland 3; Windsor 3 (lie). CANADIAN-AMERICAN LEAGUE Philadelphia 9; Providence. 1. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION St. Paul 2; Minneapolis 0. State Schools to Clash in Annual Track Tussle IOWA CITY (/PI--Iowa, Iowa State, Grinnell and Drake, the state's four largest schools, will clash here Friday night in their annual quadrangular track and field meet. The Hawkeyes will defend their title against the stiffest competition offered in recent years. Drake, the Missouri Valley conference champion, looms as Iowa's chief threat for the team title. ERNIE ON LIST. ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.--The terms under which Ernie Lombard! signed remained undisclosed Thursday as the Reds came here for a game with the Yankees. It was learned, however, he had been offered a raise and he seemed well satisfied with his contract. SALINAS, Cal., t.-B--M. C. Moore, Beverly Hills, Cal., newspaper broker, announced here Thursday that Merritt C. Speidel of Iowa City, Iowa, has purchased the Salinas Index-Journal and the Salinas Daily Post. Speidel is president of the Iowa City Press-Citizen and the Cbilli- cothe, Ohio, Scioto-Gazette. Ownership of the Index-Journal was effective March 1. Transfer of the Daily Post will be made April 1. The Iowa City publisher acquired the Index-Journal, which he will continue in the afternoon field, from E. L. Sherman, California publisher. The Daily Post, to be operated as both a morning and Sunday newspaper, was purchased from Frank "Cornell, Salinas businessman. Consolidate Equipment. Equipment of the two newspaperi will be consolidated in the Index- Journal plant. The papers will be published by a new company being formed by Mr. Speidel, which will be known as Salinas Newspapers, Inc. Speidel will be president of the new company, Graham M. Dean, now business manager of the Iowa City Press-Citizen, will become publisher of both papers and treasurer and director of the publishing company, James R. Clifford, publisher of the Daily Post, will become business manager. Salinas, according to United States government surveys, is the fastest growing city in the United States outside of metropolis suburbs. While the city and its immediate suburbs now approximate 16,000, it is generally predicted that the population will double within the next few. years. ^ At Head o£ Valley. Salinas, county seat of historic Monterey county, is located at the head of the rich Salinas valley between the San Lucia mountain and the West Coast range. It is an important : station on the main line of the Southern Pacific railroad, 114 miles south of San Francisco and 344 miles north of Los A.ngeles Salinas is particularly famous for ts .agricultural products, the coun- :y producing more of the choice ceberg lettuce than any other area n the world. Last year more than 22.000 carloads were shipped from Salinas. The largest beet sugar refinery n the world is located at Salinaa and other major industries include refrigerating plants, a milk con- densary and a rubber plant. --Imvn Dally PrftM Pholoa GRAHAM M. DEAN . and it asks no odds of any car at any price Tho 1936 Master Sji J-Ooor Sedan--J675! Qualified for a place on the honor roil of the greatest cars ©ver built! r-pHE BIG, beautiful Pontiac is the car without A a counterpart . . . so richly endowed with everything you want that its low price seems a miracle! What's more, 83 per cent of all Pontiacs ever built are still in use, many with total speedometer readings of more than 200,000 miles! That's enough to rank it with the greatest cars. But it isn't all! Pontiac defeated all entrants in its class in the famous Yosemite Valley E conomy Run*, averaging 23.9 miles per gallon (no oil added), under American Automobile Association supervision! Get Pontiac's story before you buy. Spend just 10 minutes behind the wheel. That's all it takes to proveyou can't do better. Triple-Sealed Hydraulic Brakes Smooth and sure in any weather Knee-Action Ride For safety and comfort on any road "Turret-Top" Fisher Bodies The smartest, safest bodies built today No-Draft Ventilation For fresh air, dear vision, perfect comfort Level Floors--Front and Rear Foot room for all SATISFY YOURSELF WITH SOMETHING BETTER-8L/Y A *List prises ft Pontius, Mich., begin af JS/J tor ihe S/x ant! $730 tor tho Eight {subject to change without norjce). Safety plate glass stindfrd on De Lam S/i and Eifht. Stndard liroup of accessories eitra. Offered on G.M.A.C't new 6% Time Payment Plan. A'General Motor* Value. *OFFICIAL PRICE CLASS ECONOMY CHAMPION 25-27 Second St. S. E. Phone 1567 Mason City, Iowa At Mason City THEATERS Bj R. J. P. GENE RAYMOND GETS OFF TO A BAD START Romance has started under strange circumstances and flourished under great difficulties, but it never got off to a funnier or more unfortunate start than in Gene Raymond's newest picture, "Love on a Bet." Raymond meets Wendy Barrie, his prospective fiance, as he prowls about New York City's Cen tral park at midnight clad only in a pair of shorts and the hilarity begins. "Love on a Bet" plays the Cecil and Palace on Friday only. * * * Kermit Maynard has the starring role in "His Fighting Blood," latest film made from one of James Oliver Curwood's stories. This picture, current at the State, deals with the feats of the Royal Canadian Mounted police in breaking up a. powerful band of thieves. On the same bill .at the State is Edward Everett Horton in one of the best of his recent roles. He plays opposite Irene Hervey in a dandy, fast moving comedy called "His Night Out." * * * Claude Rains, the actor who seems always to be having some sort of difficulty with his head, now finds it again. The picture is very naturally called "The Man Who Reclaimed His Head." With this film at the strand will be a colorful musical, "Hi Gaucho." Louis-Schmeling G\o Scheduled for June N E W Y O R K, '.m--The Joe I/)uis-Max Schmelin^ h e a v y- tveight boxing bout will he held in New York City In June, Promoter Mike Jacobs announced Thursday following a conference with John J. Phelan, chairman of the New York state athletic commission. The date and site of the bout between the Detroit Negro and the former world's champion will be announced in a few days. Western League Prexy to Appeal Peoria Case Rule SIOUX CITY, W--President A. J. McLaughlin of the Western league planned an appeal Thursday to the executive committee of the National Association- of Professional Baseball leagues from Judge W. A. Bramham's ruling t h a t Peoria cculd not enter the Western this season. McLaug-hlin received word Wednesday night that Judge Bramham lias reaffirmed his decision that Peoria could not join the Western because its territorial rights still belonged to the Three-I league although the latter will not operate this year. Joe Cronin Doesn't Want Losses to Fret His Team FORT MYERS, Fla.--Joe Cronin of the Red Sox doesn't want bis players to worry about exhibition defeats. "I shall shoulder all the mental anguish." he said Wednesday. "We will try to get Our bodies in condition and not worry about these games." BILL LIKES JIM ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.--Bill j McKcchnie has his eyes on Jim McCloskey as one of the leading southpaw pitchers for the Bees. Af- .er practice Wednesday Bill said, 'He looked very good out there. I was much Impressed by his work," Two Tickers in Field for Clarksville Posts CLARKSVILLE--Two tickets are on file for the municipal election. The Citizens ticket bears the names of D. L. Youngs for mayor, August Miller, Frank Newberry, Lester Sinram, Ed Phillips and Fred Klunder for councilmen; Alfred Schmadeke for treasurer and August Sinram for assessor. All are incumbents but Klunder who was nominated to take the place of August Hammel who refused renom- ination. The peoples' ticket has the names of Ellis Stevenson for mayor t- Ed Reitz, Seymour Vance, 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 Lou Sinram, Ross Knight and Fred Rosenwinkle for councilmea and John Ramsey for assessor. Mrs. Jnrosh Burled. SPILLVILLE -- Funeral services tor Mrs. Mary Elenore Jarosh, 74, were held Monday at the St. \Venceslaus church. Father Broz and Father Hiubek officiated. BALLROOM CLEAR LAKE The Place to Dance ART'S NIGHTHAWKS Friday 26c Per Person The Dance for Old and Younp BENNETT-GRETEN That Swing Band SATURDAY JXv'Li. H E R B I E KAY And His Orchestra COMING WED., A P R I L 1 You Should Plan to Stock Up On Bargain Price CIGARETTES AT THE SURF-They're Fresh, Too! iPALACE No\v--Ends Thursday "The Lone Wolf Returns" --and-"First a Girl" STARTS SATURDAY: A Dramatic Bombshell "SHOW THEM NO MERCY" with Rochelle Hudson, Cesar Romero Bruce Cabot, Edward N/orris --and-The "Bad Girl" Team Together Again JA.MES DUNN SALLY EILERS in "Don't Get Personal" On the Stage: SAT. NIGHT AT 10:45 MAJOR MARTIN'S AMATEURS NOW Ace 6 Units grew EDWARD EVERETT NORTON HIS NIGHT OUT The Comedy Sensation of Season UNIT NO. 2 Kcrmit Maynard ind Folly Ann Young First Showing in City! "HIS FIGHTING BLOOD" ___UNIT NO. S TOM MIX Chapter 6 "MIRACLE RIDER" i J FBI, P , SAT. A GREAT FOUR UNIT SHOW A Bold Romance of the Pampas ROD LA RACQUE JOHN CARROLL STEFFI DUNA "HI GAUCHO" He Hated War . . . but He Fought for a Woman. CLAUDE RA1HS-JOAH BEHMETT News Events GIFTS to all the Kiddies Friday and Saturday Matinee. ENDS THURSDAY: JOAN CRAWFORD "DANCING LADV" --and-ALINE MacMAHON in "KIND LADY 1 ' GIFTS lo the Ladies Every Wed. and Thurs. Lots of Fun--Don't .Miss i t ! MAT. 26c-EVE. 36c LAST TIMES THURSDAY ON OVR STAGE "MARDI GRAS NIGHTS" --FBATVRIJMi-- r.I.E.V DALE'S IUC. STACK B A N D And a Host of Other Entertainers O.V THK SCREK.V HA.MOX RL'NVAN'S "PROFESSIONAL SOLDIER" With Freddie Bartholomew Victor McLaren Gloria Stuart You don't dare miss the program on Friday AT BOTH THE CECIL PALACE FUN AND THRILLS GALORE COME E A R L Y FOR SEATS! coatt-to-coast at a oSENERAYMOND W E N D Y B A R R I E HELEN BRODERICK COMING SATURDAY Two lovely ladies love Clark ·· - ~ and he Is on the ."poll CLARK GABLE MYRNA LOY JEAN HARLOW --IN-- i l h Riitfin-in's Cosmopolitan stitry "WIFE vs. SECRETARY" rim--Nrw i*inr of "MARCH OF TIME" W tl

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