The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 6, 1939 · Page 10
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

Mason City, Iowa
Issue Date:
Monday, March 6, 1939
Page 10
Start Free Trial

Page 10 article text (OCR)

p i I! I ', i ' -GAZETTE SPORTS SECTION ^^^^iK^k^^ American Horse?" Asks Hank St. Mary's Shares Gopher Cage Title With Hamline Five MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., (O)St. Mary's college of Winona Monday wore its first basketball crown since joining the Minnesota College conference in 1920--a crown it is forced to share, however with the league's habitual cage rulers, Hamline college of St. Paul. St. Mary's Redmen earned a tie for the title Saturday night when Capt. Frank Vaickus, all-conference guard, sank a free basket in i Horsemen Don't Have Answer to That One After Handicap Run By HENRY fllcLEMOKE United Press Staff Correspondent LOS ANGELES, (U.PJ--Followin" Kayak IPs victory in the $100,000 Santa Anita handicap, rival racing owners must be wishing that they had asked the government to enforce the Monroe doctrine on Charles S. Howard and forced him to keep his hands off South America. Because it was down below the equator in the Argentine that Howard found Kayak II and, for ft! 5. U :!1? U "? ol VTM°. ^ught GLENN TO RUN 'SPRINT'RACE Old Gent of Mile Licks Don Lash in I. C. 4-A Contests NEW YORK, CfP)-Unawed by time, space or the common cold Glenn Cunningham shuttles down fTnrfnTM "P 3 !? d ° uble tro " bl e at 1,000 yards and one mile in the year's indoor track finale the Cnights of Columbus games at Madison Square Garden Saturday night. ' MASON CITY m.(XBJii-GAZKTTM Oklahoma, Mizoo Keep Eyes on Win J in Big Six Scrap , ,. MANHATTAN, Kans., (fp) -Whether the Big Six will have a undisputed basketball king or co champions was to be determined I here in a game between Okla arid last place Kansas State \ Sooners move into a dead- t the Wildcats, a feat the; d an overtime period to ac"- 1 - "-. Norman, 37 to 35. An loss would give the f - its schedule with seven -- -- ...^ jvi.v,,, KVCJI me wnaest rack fanatic cannot undo, will pit most of the season's "natural" ivals and pi ' " hampions an the colt who gives of becoming the successor ... period to 1 St. Thomas Coach Joe H u t t± Ch 1f l leaSt a Share ^ e l c u U wenTbmrtwo weefe'ago'it title when they conquered St. Olaf appeared as if Howard's domina ^Mr? » e L e r en ««TM ?.TM»'«* ,^ n ^ s ^^- ame leads all the rest. The unbelievable old guy from 5£^.te d , in .. oite . of : the TMst WruWWhiteNot to Leave Oxford for Old Pro FOREST GITYAN DIES SUDDENLY Services Planned for Milton Jacobs, , 53, -on Wednesday ' _ FOREST CITY--Funeral ser vices for Milton Jacobs, 53, will b conducted Wednesday afternoon Jacob's e ° f h ' S SiSter ' Agne Mr. Jacobs, a hybrid seed corn dealer, died suddenly at his home faunday afternoon of heart dis- *5b^* MONDAY, MARCH 6, 1939 ease. Surviving are his widow, a The final standings: Hamline . . St. Mary's St. John's . St. Thomas Gustavus .. Concordla . Macalester st. oiaf ·Augsburg w . 10 . 10 entered in many of the rich eastern fixtures, he seems ready to ortheTrack" 6111 ^ 1 ^ 1011 ^ 385 | IN RICH EVENTS ,f K^rl 1 '? * a TM akei ? d y is ; n Saturday night moved up from the. mile and I licked Don Lash, the best two- miler in the world, to a fare-thee- well. The 14,000 in Hie Garden drifted into mass *-- · · v . . ...«^,,,i y *»**JLC, iurmer All- America football player from Col"""* J a member of the Pitts- rates professional team - Monday denied he and that he planned g s around the track and when it was uiuuiiiA me tracK; ana wnen it wa* I *IT vt A T ^' over he had won by a yard in ?, Oxford an * as far as I 9:11.8. y m can see Oxford likes me," he said. Coast Polo Squad Wins Tuneup Play .ANGELES, (J.PJ--Califor- ««. s A.lidwick polo team scored a f to °. victory over the British in- w^""^ 1 challen e« cup squad to JTM , t hree -g ai " e lineup series two matches to one Sunday. Elmer Bpeske scored the winning goal with six seconds left to play? White~So7PkTto" Fill Keystone Job PASADENA, Cal., yp) _ ewnt M T?? ir u° I:s °" I ^ ebaffs ' eC ^ 1 'toe event Jack Hayes doesn't -'v from an .-- Suburban, the Di.xi and the $50,000 Massaehuseit v,- o SP" Who is soin S to bea him? There wasn't a horseman in ms town who has the answer to that question. They saw him come charging down the stretch a Santa Anita Saturday to turn the mile and a quarter in the track record time of 2:01.2, and he was K ., l ' Un at t h e linish - His time shaded by 1-5 of a second ^ irk hung up by last year's win- ·, Stagehand, and he was carrying 110 pounds where the Maxwell Howard beauty " ~ 100 flat. It was his second track mark within eight days. In his last race before f^^andicap^ he whipped in Kaj-afc H had no particular rac- r ag ii^ Ck T ij ? \ vi " nin g ^e Golden g This remarkable effort stole the spotlight from the regular buS- ness of the meet, the I. C A -A i A. indoor championships won' by Manhattan with 36 points. It did -- -.----.^» **j*.^.a ii»t, iit; attiu., is absolutely no truth to stories about my being lick and going into seclusion. I miss my home, who -uannairan witn 36 points. It did I tf^T'"*' 1 ' Bu ' ^ have evei 'y ^ten- more than that. If it was neces- lL°" ° f tremal »"ig at Oxford for sary, it stamped the old guy as !,, "^ Xt l !, VO and maybe ^ ree f h 0 m^rf ^._^,- . 8UJ d: ? years in order to gain my bachelor nf n r f c r^fim-c,f^ It ! of ANY PLACE Y ES · . . we'll move your household goods to another house in this community . . . or to any town or city in the U n i t e d States. Reasonable rates. CADWELL TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO. uju get me rail and was forced to run-wide from start to iinish. With the use of a. little hind- signt, one wonders why the South American 3 year old (he is listed as a 4 year old in this country TMI ?*?? because, under racing regulations, he added six months to his age by coming to this country) wasn't even a favorite in the betting. Certainly his record made him a standout over the field. In f «f never finished out o: the money, scoring nine victories and getting show money on hree occasions. He has proved ?=1 ll ^ 5? on a "y ^"d °£ the most remarkable runner this or any generation. Detroit Wings Bio!^ for Stanley Berth as Chicago Falters HEW YORK, (U.PJ--The Detroit Red Wings, playing their best hockey of the fast waning National league season, were more confident of a Stanley cup playoff berth with. Chicago anchored in the_ cellar Monday. their third ~-iu*s*". vn_nj L .y ^ 10 2 over the *Iew York Americans Sunday night to hold fifth place by one game over Montreal antj increase their ead to two games over the hapless Hawks. Montreal broke the sixth-place deadlock when they beat Chicago -i to 1 m an overtime affair Overtime tallies gave Boston a 5 to 3 victory over the second- place New York Rangers. The standings: w Boston 31 Rangers . ]]' ^3 Americans ] ig Toronto ..... IR Detroit .'."" ;| Montreal .... ""13 Chicago ."_" 12 10 13 18 19 21 22 23 Pis, 64 51 42 41 36 34 32 of arts degree." The 21 year old blond athlete laughed at reports he was being shunned because of his piayinS professional football. "Nothing to em" he said. "I like Oxford "too well to leave it." Oklahoma Aggies Must Add Win for Mizoo Court Title " DBS MOINES, (tP)--The Okla homa Aggies, apparently safely in a week ago as the Missour valley basketball champion, now must defeat Washburn at Topeka 10 Set a share of the title. «. de f ending champions hi the skids m games with Tulsa and Creighton last week, dropping them into second place a half- jame behind Drake which finished £?J ea JL°? l v U h " v ' c '°TMs and The wiU MILD AND WOOLY As for his background, Kayak II was foaled in Argentina in 1935 Known as Kajac in Argentina, his name was changed by Howard on w;w J? thi f' country - He wa = » wild and wooly son of the Pampas when he reached California, never having felt a saddle on his back, the short time he has been has earned 5107,far-fetched to say that if s'ea- biscmt s lameness robs him of the chance of becoming the greatest money winner in American racing history, his stnV,iomr,»» ^ b Iowa State Tankers Win Big Six Tussle AMES, (ff)--Iowa State's swimming squad was back on the campus Monday with another Big Six conference title. The Cyclones counted 70 points to successfully defend their title at Lincoln, Nebr., last Saturday. Oklahoma scored 39 points for second plsce, Sophomore Roger Adams won the oO and 100 yard free style events for the Cyclones and the veteran George Haldeman came InrojlPh n.-irji ^ n n ^ u ^ _ t\nn ~ i i_ -*"""· - L1 "= -"-sgies will match that record if they can eet by last-place Washburn Tulsa's 29 to 26 victory over the Aggies, which gave the Hurricane a third place tie with Grin- neii, was not entirely unexpected but Creighton's 31 to 28 decision TM" a. surprise. Previously, the only five games Farrell-KIein Pair Lead Four-Ball Tilt CORAL GABLES, Fla., - · - · · «* c ii^a W1UUW- H aughter, Mary, a sister, Agnes, nd two brothers, Wynne of near ^eland, and Ray, Forest City mer- HOYlLLEW RITES TUESDAY Retired Farmer of Osage Vicinity Is Dead After Illness OSAGE--Roy Miller, 62, died Saturday night after a lingering illness at the home of his' son-in- l a w E d Dort He lived on a farm north of Osage until 1920 when he moved to Charles City. He returned here in October, 1937 He is survived by his wife, brother, Harry Miller, Osage; sister, Mrs. Lee Newell, Austin Funeral services will bo held Tuesday afternoon at the Champion funeral home in charge of the Rev. Mr. Emerson, Charles City. Buna! will be in Osage cem- O.Q.K. Ameche Returns to Mason City, This Time With 3 Ritz Freres, at Cecil - Don Ameche and the three Ritz fi-eres " w u t ^ u j v G i a i U l l Ul UU the Cecil on Tuesday. church and Father Maurice Sh'eehy^who cast as D'Artagnan, the youngest* . -- -"*,- , ~,~~ j ,,, __ of the famed musketeers. The Ritzes? They're seen as the three ackeys. Binnie Barnes, Lionel Atwill Gloria Stuart, Pauline Moore' Joseph Schildkraut, John Carra- «"·--·--··"- d i n e , M i l e s .·M a n d e r and Douglas Dumbrille are in the supporting cast. "My L a d y , " "Song of the M u s k e teers," and "Voila" are "'YT"",- '°«-in classic ° £ the Dumas "Ride a Crooked Mile," which features Akim Tamiroff Frances Fanner and Leif Erikson, is at theater at Clear Lake MOVIE MENU CECIL--"Cafe Society" Monday. "The Three e n d s Musk- Duke of W e s t , --.--,, --- "The Girl Downstairs" through Tuesday. STRAND-'-Suez'' and % Uy the Kid Ret---" " - - · - - · - the r a ear Lake beginning Tuesday. Co-featured is the Dick Powell starrer, "Going STATF S r ° Uff T «*iar. STATE--"Four Daughters" a n d "My Old Kentucky Uorne" through Tuesday. L A K E -- (Clear Lake)_"p a r l s Honeymoon^ e n d s Monday. Ride a Crooked Mile" and doing Places" begin Tuesday. 60 GOP WOMEN AT GATHERING Speakers Appear on Program of Hancock Republican Women ; GARNER -- Sixty republican women including representatives iiorri ijTitt, ITsy field Ksnswha* Ktemme, Garner and Woden met in the C. D. of A. hall Saturday hll 6 , 1 TM^ Unde f the organization oegun before election last fall It is called the Hancock County Republican Woman's club Miss Christyna Callison, county recorder, was hostess and gave an address of welcome. Mrs R R Roberts of Britt presided at a short business session. Program Is Given Xhe program was opened with son of Woden, vice chairoiai^of ( the organization. Barbara Anne reatl Me" Van · Van Dyke's ° E Britt "America for and Three of the 'horses that he whipped last Saturday will get another shot at him in the $25,000 h" K Capistrano handicap which ends the regular Santa season next Saturday. The through with" another" breast stroke title. 200 yard San Juan is over the mile and a half route, but Kayak will be favored to whip Cravat, Gosum and Today at that distance. The bouth American didn't appear all h"n!i- he crossed *e line in the ·~-.p. He was running beau- riahf" a " d se *TM ed "ady to run ngnt on to his native I*aiTiDas without tiring. Seabiscuit whose bad ankle is responding to treatment, will stay S50,000 W Holl^vood G°oW e Cup r thi3 summer. The old campaigner still is some 536,000 shy of Sun Beau" winning mark, and Howard wants h l m t n break it before retiring for _ Klein, ^ 0 + e the golf team with a chip on its shoulder strode into the second ~, °f *e $5,000 international tour-ball tournament tabbed as the combination to watch. The pairings committee, forget- thr h 3 J ^l" 611 and Klein ^ ° highly ACKLEY YOUTHS HURT IN BLAZE Forced to Jump in Fraternity House Fire at Minneapolis MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., (U.PJ-- Three University of Minnesota students were injured, one critically early Monday when fire in their fraternity house forced them to jump from a second-story window to the ground. Ward Grasslin, 23, of Ackley Iowa, was reported in critical condition at University hospital with a fractured right leg, a possible fracture of the spine, and several broken ribs. Others injured were Hoyd Briggs, 23, of Appleton, Minn., who suffered a broken hip and nose and a possible skull fracture, and Don Vietor, 21, of Ackley, iowa vno had a compress fracture of he spine, and a possible skull fracture. Briggs and Vietor were reported in poor condition at the hospital. About 20 other young men were driven from the Delta Upsilon house by the fire, which caused considerable damage ""sea AT THE CECIL "Cafe Society" Through Monday Ralrh r TM g y "girded Ralph Guldahl and Sam Snead in last years opening round, tossed them jn against Dick Metz and Ky Laffoon. the 1938 winners. Klein and ex- Monday under a 3 and 2 defeat finals and a «er upsstters in the quarter GTM*** Engineering-THE MOST TROUB1EFREE ^R IIV THE WORLD Hal Trosky's Late, Oscar Says "Okay" NEW ORLEANS, Joe McSrthyKttips Answers Up on Tap ST PETERSBURG, Fla., /p)_ » ---.Ajiv^ioufnj^ ria., {ft*) world champion New York Yank- Whp nk *f P l his answers bandy. When it became known Sunday that Snilrcrpnr, ^c: m ..jv /-.t .." * vo U M would h , (Spud an be lost at least half the eas alf the season because of a broken ankle someone suggested to McCarthy a to be a few days ians' training cam p. but re mainder of the Indians e n squad was expected Monday for NASAL IRRITATION HEN your nostrils be -- come red. inltatrd ^K^TMTM^- stuffiness. It will --_ sneezing'. Once SSS^fff^SS always want to keep this gentle ointment handy. MOTORS JOHN GALLAGHER, Inc. "It's not the starters you *° f or P about, give me the ishers," retorted Manre Joe. PKil Cavarretta to Get First-Base fob AVALON, Cal., frPJ--Phi! Cavarretta is holding down first base In WnrL^nntc nt *u_ *-ii_± ~ . Rockford Boy Loses Part of Both Hands ROCKFORD--Tom Coyle, 15 underwent an operation at Iowa t-ity, m which he suffered the partial amputation of both hands. The Rockford youth suffered frozen hands three weeks ago when he fell from a horse while ridin- near Cartersville and Rockwell. Cincy Reds to Use Five in Garden Joh PA- Fla., (^-Manager McKechnie of the Cincinnati Reds says he will carry just five outfielders this year, so Stanley Bordagaray and Tony Bongy are battling for the one available spot They're pals off the field. w~"JV;""l' B ««uei«ne Carrol] Fred MacMurray and Shirley Boss ably portray the leads in this picture of metropolitan cafe society. The story has to do with a Cinderella romance in which MacMurray, as a ship news reporter, marries the publicity-loving heiress he meets--Miss Carroll. i J^ Pl £ f devel °P s into a taming-the-shrew event, with MacMurray eventually succeeding in his gargantuan task--although it is hardly fair to Miss Carroll to term such an effort a task. Cutting Room Kid . . . ,. Ne ^ v York's nightlife serves as the background for the majority of the scenes. Columnist Lucius Beebe, allegedly in the film apparently wound up on the cutting room floor. Allyn Joslyn is excellent in a role as a Winchell-like columnist. An orchid also to Jessie Halph for a highly amusing but brief bit as the columnist's mother Une of the film: "Bartenders- are so wise and understanding because they learn plenty about hu- mnritr *t/lii*t *T _ _ . ,, . _ Spencer Tracy Gives "Oscar" to Father Edward J. Flanagan BOYS TOWN, N e b r.--Unan- nounced, Spencer Tracy has sent to Father Edward J. Flanagan founder and director - of Father Flanagan's Boys' Home, his academy award trophy for his outstanding performance- in the M G-M mo\ie, "Boys Town." Tracy in the film played the role of Father Flanagan The movie showed life at Boys Town ,. Bes ' de s the academy's inscrip- ^^JSS-^!. 1 .?.^ *M merca or Me" Mrs. Don Anderson gave two Vocal i ? S a f :com Panied by Bethel Pollock. Mrs. W. G. Williams of Gar- £ e r. discussed the value of pub- fccity Eleanor Carr told of the membership drive. Mrs Healy as a member of the legislative committee said the cost $2,500 P U t thr ° U ^ was Mentions Hidden Taxes . Walter Pritchard told of Tracy added:' a«*e words which "To Father Edward J. Flsnagan whose great human qualities timely simplicity and inspiring 1 Father Flanagan was both surprised and elated upon receiving of who is Correct this sentence: "If the law forbids using relief money to get votes," said the man, "it won't " more "- Rap - " P - c e r S beau' said Father Flanagan. He always tries to give someone else credit which is due himself. Father Flanagan praised Tracv's magnanimous s p i r i t adding Spencer's act in sending the phy to me is not deceiving oy's - - the mdicatin e some ob- d at Pontiae, Michi "?"· f "ay subject to charge uithoul noiict. Transportation, stale and local taxes (if »iyj, optional equipment and accessories--erfro. Gabby Hartnett the starting . ine favored outfield combina- Jon has been Augie Galan, Hank Leiber and Joe Marty. Detroit Splasher Cracks Third Time n - Fla.. CU.P.)- Drysdale of Detroit hMd :, Joe Medwick Not to Leave Card Lineup ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., (£)-- President Sam Breadon of the St. Louis Cardinals took occasion Monday to disillusion again any club owners who might be hoping to benefit from the holdout of Slugging Joseph wick. Michael Med- -·---··· · doing," he broadcast to all. We're not trading Medwick under any circumstances." Butler Runners on To p n Trac k Test NAPERVTLLE, III., W)--Butler university of Indianapolis, scoring points in all except two events, won the midwest intercollegiate indoor track meet over the weekend. Butler scored 46 points, failing -- ... ,,,_nu.i nciu a to P' a ce in only the pole vault and :cord for the 100-yard f h °t put. North Central college, Monday, the third hos t school, scored 31 points for ira ne ha« hi-nl-^r, ;« second place. Ralph Halia of Yankton, S. Dak college smashed the only record broken at the meet. He ran the two-mile in 9:56.4, lowering the 1937 record of Frame of Emporia, Kans., Teachers by 16-8 seconds. "Gas Barer" Sfill Rons BUCKFIELD, Maine, (U.PJ--One of tiie first "gas buggies" ever built is still in running condition. F. E anTM ,,,,,, ,,,, J2 miles an hour ,_ *r*t/ii(jt* v, iiio Liiirrl TM ^dard he has broken In Hie last three weeks c.,°7 sd; '' c was tTM«i in i :0j 8 under V W °~ tC , nths of a scc ° n * VanH W ^ helt3 5 ° in "y b * =?,? A^Y eghe of Peterson, N. and^Adolf Kiefer. Chicago. RETAIN TITLE rac- fi,V, j r . . l -" i ' m Pionsnip when Warren can go 12 miJpc an W^iTr , 10 o, 10 A, bundaj. ] an« is without brakes or radiator! - _ ^ .~i_u..aj ^iwiitjr tiuuuu nil-mans when they see them with their hair -down." AT THE PALACE Through Tuesday The Palace is spoiling me defi hitely. You'll be spoiled too you keep going there and seein two good pictures on a double fea ture program and when I sa good, I mean, not so-so or fair o interesting, but good. "The Girl Downstairs" wit Franciska Gaal and Franchot Ton and "The Duke of West Point featuring Louis Hayward are th two films under discussion an they'll both brighten your leisur time, Petite Miss Goal . . . American theater goers haven been given much of an opportu nity to see Franciska Gaal--he only previous films having bee The Buccaneer" and "Paris Hon eymoon" and in each film she wa the little girl from the wrong sid of the tracks as she is in this pic ture. Franchot Tone is cast as wealthy young man in love wit a rich girl whose father does no approve of him. Tone meets Katerina, the scul lei-y maid (Miss Gaal to us) to get a way of seeing Rita Johnson whom he loves. But love goes where it's sent, so guess wha happens. The picture is a nici combination of pathos and comedy and the cast which does very well by it includes Walter Connolly, Reginald Gardiner, Reginald Owen and Franklin Pans- born. s Even Has Rugby . . . Louis Hayward plays the role of a young man educated in England who is sent to West Point in the tradition of his family. His friends are Tom Brown and Richard Carlson and the trio goes through many of the usual events in a film about the U. S. Military academy. "The Duke of West Point'- leaves behind it a number of the things about such films which become wearisome--such as recitations of long lingos of uninteresting matter by freshmen for the entertainment of upperdassmen. Also its emphasis is upon , ce hockey instead of football and there is an exciting hockey match in the picture. Incidentally there is a little TUOhv tn nr^r, 11,~ rjl Members of LeR. Commercial Club in Annual Meeting . a y e r a little rugby to open the film. ' ·The Duke of West Point is a -- ^-«. IT i_ou .runit 15 a well above average picture and its cast includes besides the trio Alan Curtis. Joan Charles D. Brown, F o n t a i n e ' Jed Prouty ^.,-_i J ^,. ±j± vMvijj t era i^rC Marjorie Gateson, and others. Flowers will keep longer if the water in which they are placed is saKcd. Meat will keep longer if it is salted down--and so will money --Stockton, Kansas, Record ~'77i "^ nn ---Thirty m e m- .. of the Commercial club had a chicken dinner Tuesday evening at the Municipal building. This program w a s given- Oration, "Ropes" by Mayor Newhouse, selections by the H S girls glee; club, and the girls triple tn °- C. O. Strom, newly elected president, presided. The club decided to serve lunch at the annual meeting of the creamery association. They decided to have two days celebra- 9 S, °,l °i d Settle rs on June 9-10, with the Whiskers club which now numbers 129 to take a prominent TATE HITS ENDS TUESDAY rr ^/* \Jaughters TM «VJ Ith (he tANE SISTERS CLAUDE RAINS-MAY ROBSON ADDED HIT "My Old Kentucky Home" BE HERE WED. NITE Ends Monday "PARIS HONEYMOON" Tuesday-"Going Places" --with-Dick Powell, Anita Louise --Plus 'RIDE A CROOKED MILE" Mafinee Tuesday--2:00 Continuous Wednesday , nn? U n «'ersity of Tennessee reports that students working to help earn their way make much better grades than others. LOOK.'--LOOKJ--LOOK! Verj- Special Attraction Each Xljjil Featuring Elon Nack and His Marimba Orchestra RAINBOW GARDENS South Shore Clear WHERE THE BANDS TUBS. U R F C L E A R L A K First Appearance This The Music of Yesterday and Today Styled the BLUE BARKON Way BLUE BARRON and His Sensationa.1 Kadio Recording Orchestra ladies 41c, Gents 51.57, Tax In lus to Mason City After Round Trip Only A I,ai,,h From Start (o Finish " C AFE SOCIETY" with Fred M«Murriv-sr,*«.!.._ Ckrroll ^^^·^·^^·^^^··MIMNi^^^^M ---j"i-ucieine varro -STARTS TUESDAY ~ D'ARTAGAN RIDES AGAIN . . . inis time to music! With «ii- s » ^, n , _ . . more at home BIAT. 2Sc Don Ameche and the Ritz Brothers YTHE'THREI, mUSKETEERS' PLUS MICKEY MOUSE CARTQQKJ of West Point" --with-- _Ix)uis Heyward - Tom Brnwn TUESDAY FRANCHOT TONE FRANCISKA GAAL '"*"-- Girl - ^_^io'clocb dinner after which Charle* J." Casey niYirnittr-'*..;^_; ._. ^ _ ~ LmiSTirth , Aniwrvvmc. rmnf»

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page