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

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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 25 1936 BE^GAZETTE S RTS Denny Meyers, Algona Boy of Seasons Past, to. Take Brown Coach's Assignmen PROVIDENCE, R. I., 13)--Denai Meyers, former University of low player, will coach Brown Universi ty's football linemen next fall. · Meyers recently resigned his as sistant coaching position at Yale He started his coaching career a West Virginia. Meyers played high school foot ball at Algona under Coach Clayton "Chick" Sutherland, present Mason City mentor. Par-Busting Three Lead Way in-N-S Open Tussl PINEHURST, N. Car., (JP~Pac ed by a trio of par-smashers--Henry Picard of Hershey, Pa.. Herman Barren of White Plains, N. Y., and Jimmy Thompson of Beverly Hills Cal., golfers maljing the spring circuit started on the second 18 hiles of the $4,000 north and south open championship. The 60 leaders at the end of Wednesday's round will enter the 36 hole final. Minor League Czar Holds Up Decision for Western ST. LOUIS, (--Judge W. G. Bramham studied Wednesday the Western league's appeal that he reverse a recent decision and permit Peoria, III., to join the circuit. The president of the National minor league baseball association said he would have to take more time to consider the case after he came out of a session with Western and Three- I league officials here. Bramham will make his decision from his office at Durham, N. Car., "sometime in the future." A'S LOOK SAD WEST PALM BEACH--The Athletics are here to meet the Browns, hoping to break into the win column again. They have lost 10 and won but one thus far. WRESTLING By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS KEVVABK, N. .1.--Ernie Duank, 223, Omaha, defeated Abe coleman, 210, New York, two falls out of three. LINCOLN, Nabr.--Jim McJtlllen, 215, An- tioeh, 111., defeated BUI Dnnctral, 208, Greece, straight falls, 33 minutes and 1 minutes, ROCHESTER, Mlnnj--Abe . Koihcy, 212, Paterson, is'. .3., threw Ivan Vacturoff, MB, Btca, Bl»»!a. . BOWLING NORTmVBSTKRN CEMENT CO. rlayei C. Bull M. Srhutr. C. Abbott . . . . M. MrM F. FirlU 1st 2nd 3rd To. Av, . . . . 107 198 1(10 523 175 . . . . 101 169 140 -190 163 , . . . . 17B 160 210 865 188 . . . . 211 106 108 Mi 183 185 183 160 828 176 Aclunl Vint .... 930 875 838 3043 881 Handicap 83 83 83 249 83 TOTAL PINS ....1013 958 9213892 704 GALLAGHER'S J'ONTIACS 1st 2nd 3rd To. Av. 159 171 148 478 159 Flayei C. R. Seel . I). Bnrn A. flrrnrd ........ 175 1H6 124 4«5 155 C. Gundemon A. Knstninn .... 171 132 131 431 143 ... JB.1 114 107 824 173 5 1 1 178 M6 838 178 Arhmt 1'iiK ____ 899 831 710 2436 810 Ihuidku ........ H2 112 112 336 112 TOTAL rl.NS 1011 933 8282772 922 INTKR.VAT10.VAI. MOTOR TRfCKS I'laycrs-- l»c Blow , , K. A. Thriven . . F. Smith A. .staRebprjj .. R. A. Wnlker .. Actual Fin* Hnndlenp ... l»t 2nd 3rd To. Av. .. 155 155 155 4f!5 155 .. 201 150 176 . 527 17fl , , . 139 133 155 427 142 , . . 144 167 129 440 147 .. 270 1(4 174 68K MB . . . 909 749 789 2447 81B . . . 8 3 83 83 249 83 TOTAL PINS 993 832 872 2688 809 COCA COLA Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd To. Av. H. Ryan. 16* 157 150 4 7 5 . 1 8 8 rorfelt. TYLER-RYAN" Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd To. Av. , WnUh 144 14J 106 462 151 , Robinson 135 18? 169 456 152 A. Sondonfnard ... 387 192 185 564 188 I. G. Pusch 171 160 160 4H 164 R. Johnson 133 214 185 632 184 Actual I'Jnn 790 860 865 2515 838 Handicap 43 43 43 129 43 TOTAL PINS 833 903 908 2044 881 HUGH DAVEY AND SOX Player*-A. -Moe . sqtilcrii . t . . P. Daves- .. . M. Lyong . , . M. Collins . Actual Ping Handicap ... 1st .. 144 . . 234 . . 137 .. J76 .. 163 .. 856 .. 60 2nd 1R8 181 ·in 1S3 128 852 60 3rd 202 126 151) 192 205 American Bowling Congress Executive Body to Meet on Resolutions for Next Yeai INDIANAPOLIS, UP)--The executive committee of the American bowling congress went into .session Wednesday to pass on resolutions proposed throughout the currenl season by various players. The committee's report will be acted upon at the annual meeting of the ABC delegates Friday afternoon. Among the proposals to be offered is one suggesting that cities not be eligible to bid for a tourney if they have had one within an eight year period. Another will ask that the booster division be thrown open to the entire country rather than just the host state while still a third suggests that the booster division be done away with entirely. ' red Steele Established as Middleweight Puncher SEATTLE, UP)--Freddie Steele, Tacoma, established himself as one of the country's leading middleweight contenders here Tuesday light when he banged out a 10 round decision over Eddie (Babe) Risko, Syracuse, N. Y., world's mid- lleweight champion. It was a non- itle fight. Steele weighed 161 pounds, Risko 162. 875 2583 60 160 TOTAL PUfS . . . . 916 J12 535 2«3 U2I MICKEY LIKES BOY LAKELAND -- Mickey Cochrane f the Tigers thinks he' has found omething in Clarence (Red) Philps, big Beaumont right hander r ho held the Bees to two hits while talking none in five innings Tues- ay. Phillips is the same height as choolboy Rowe, weighs 195 and as shown fine control. IN THE RING By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SEATTLE--Freddie Steele. 161, Tacoma, 'ash., mitnolnted Eddie (Babe) Btsho,-162, orld middleweight champion, Syracuse, 2i. (10). Non-title. unior High Court Tourney Plan Is Dropped RTJDD--The junior high school rasketball tournament, planned here ast week-end, has been dropped, because coaches have not had time to organize teams good enough for tournament play. A half dozen schools intended to enter. PHILS WIN SIXTH BARTOW--The Phillies were here to play Rochester, after scoring their sixth consecutive victory over Milwaukee. Gene Corbett, getting two hits including a triple, filled in nicely for Dolph Camilli who was out of Tuesday's game with a sore shoulder. HOCKEY By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NATIONAL LEAGUE Detroit l; Montreal Maroons 0 (six overtime periods--first gamp of league cham- plonshtp series). Boston 3; Toronto 0 (second place Stanley cap playoff, first tame)New York Americans 3; Chicago 0 (third llacA Stanley cup playoff, first game). COUNTY CAGE TOURNAMENT PALO ALTO COUNIY At Emmetsburg. Fimt Round. Cylinder 15i Hutnven 9. Went Bend 28; Rodmnn 16. GraettfnRer 28: Ayshire 19. Mallard 32: Curlew 13. Fort Dodge Olympic Meet Seeks- Volunteer Ringmen FORT DODGE, I/B--Fred N Cooper, Fort Dodge high school ath letic director, who will manage th semifinal Olympic wrestling trials here April 10 and 11, broadcast an appeal Wednesday for volunteer of ficials. Because the profits of the trials will go into the funds that will send the United States team to Berlin this summer, the Olympic committee is slashing tournament expenses and no fees are being allowed for referees and judges, Cooper explained. BEDS EYE GATE ST. PETERSBURG--The Reds are not impressed with their box office drawing power at this stage of the training- season. Only 138 persons paid to see them play the Athletics Tuesday. Dressen is impressed by Johnny Burnett's work. JEW BANGS 'EM ' WEST PALM BEACH--Jim Bottomley, who has just joined the Browns, showed in the game with Newark Tuesday that he can still lean on.the apple occasionally. He belted one over the right field fence in the ninth inning but it was a foul by 10 feet. TDTOK TO MOVE WASHINGTON, -- Kenneth iimberlin of Radcliffe, former Iowa State Teachers college athlete, wil! coach tee Washington junior col- ege football team next fall, Kimber- in is .coaching at Radcliffe this year. RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Brooklyn (X) 3; Ne\v York (A) 0, Philadelphia (N) 12; Milwaukee (AA 9. Cincinnati (N) B; Philadelphia (A) 4. Boston (A) 8; St. Xxiuls N 3. St. Ixmls (A) 2; Newark (It,) 1 (10 nlnKa). Minneapolis , {A.M 6; Washlneton (A) 4. New York (JT) 15; Cnlraco IX) 4. San Antonio (ID 4; Pittsburgh (K) 3. Chicago (A) 16; Phoenix All Start! 0. Baltimore (IL) 19; Chattanooca (SA) 5. Louisville (A) 1; Montreal (It) 0. Indianapolis AA) 11; Albany (1C.) 8, ' Columbus (AA) 8; Bnjfalo (II.) 6. Toronto n,) 8; Honje ot Bavin 4. SMOOTHER, LIVELIER PERFORMANCE! 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Time f foment Plsn. 316 No. Federal Mason City Phone 288 Chapin High School Gets Two Wins in County Meet as Geneva, Hansell Lose FBANKLIN COUNTV MEET At Hampton. GIRLS Hiuisdl 20: Hampton 31. Chapm 32; Geneva 13. BOYS Chapin 22; Hanwll 10. Sheffield 58; Fopejoy 5. HAMPTON--Chapin high school made a double advance here Tuesday night in the Franklin county basketball tournament, the Chapin girls winning 32 to 12, while the boys won 22 to 15. Geneva's girts and Hansell's boys lost the games, Alexander will play Sheffield and Hansell will meet the Chapin girls in the next round, while Chapin plays Sheffield and Hampton plays Alexander in the boys' meet. St. Louis U Denies Hunt for Ambrose Coach Is On ST. LOUIS, Mo., UT)--Denying a report St. Louis university planned a change in its football coaching staff, the Rev. Robert S. Johnson, president, said "no change would be made in any case until the close of the present school term." Rumors had circulated on the campus_ that Dukes Duford, coach at St. Ambrose college of Davenport, would be offered the post now held by Cecil Muellerleile. Two Cage Events Listed for Forest City Fandom FOREST CITY--Forest City high school's basketball team will play Buffalo Center at the local court Wednesday night. The Winnebago county junior high school tournament will be held here Friday. Forest City, Lake Mills, Thompson, Leland, Buffalo Center and Rake will compete. NATS IN SHAPE LAKELAND--Owner Clark Grif fith is wondering if the Senators' well-known propensity to get in the way of pitched balls will again help the Nats out of tough spots this season. Several of the boys have been hit already. Cecil Travis has a bum elbow from being struck. Thornton P. T. A. Plans Summer Health Roundup THORNTON--The P. T. A. met Friday evening with about 60 present. Mrs. Sadie Collins gave a paper on the importance of health education in the schools. Miss Dorothy Severs, music director, played a piano solo. It was voted to have a 'summer round-up," having a physical examination of pupils with especial attention to the preschool child, and encouraging correction of any defect found. A diphtheria immunization project was also voted. Four to Seek Nomination. DECORAH--It is reported that George Harms of Calmar, has taken ut papers and will soon announce his candidacy for the office of coun- y sheriff on the democratic ticket, ^aul J. Leuenberger of Ft. Atkin- lon, has also announced his inten- :ion to run for the same office on he same ticket, making four candidates for the office of sheriff on he democratic ticket. Poultry Shippers Meet. DES MOINES--More than 100 owa poultry and egg packers and shippers -are in session Wednesday at the Kirkwood hotel, at a meeting of Region No. 2 of the General Regional committee of the Institute if American Poultry Industries. Region No. 2 comprises the entire state of Iowa and the chairman of the meeting is C. V. Rosenberger of Independence. Frank Priebe is co-chairman. Red Cross Reports Cerro Gordo County Relief Quota Reached .ST. LOUIS, (ITt--American Red Cross headquarters here announced Iowa contribution to floor! relief funds has mounted to $11,875 with additional chapters, including Davenport, Waterloo, Cerro Gordo county, Sioux City county and Marcngo reaching their quota. Plan O. E. S. School. CLARKSVILLE--Mrs. E. L. Rit- :er of Cedar Falls will hold an Order Eastern Star school of instruction at the Masonic lodge hall, Friday afternoon. A 6 o'clock dinner will be served at the Tremont hotel, initiation of two new members, Hisses Lavon Pulls and Mildred Crosby will take place at the evening meeting. Mrs. Koss Funeral Held. ACKLEY--Funeral services for Mrs. Maggie Ross, 73, who died at ie home of her daughter, Mrs. Jake Schaap, at Austinville, were conducted Wednesday at tie Christian Reform church in Austinville by the rtev. Jerry Pott. The body will be taken, to Holland, Mich., for interment. Plan Building Displav. EMMETSBURG, (UP)--The Emmetsburg Chamber of Commerce will sponsor a three-day building display and style show here April 2-4. Several officials of the Federal Housing administration are expected to attend. Builds Bird Houses. HUMBOLDT, (UP) -- Having jeen a contractor for more than half a century, W. H. Marsh found it difficult to spend time on his lands, so he went right back build- ng--bird houses. Some of Marsh's houses have asbestos roofs. One, for martins, has 20 rooms and is made of 337 pieces of material. Mrs. Linebarger Buried. CLARION--Funeral services for Mrs. George E. Linebarger, 58, were field Saturday at her home here. She s survived by her husband, one of Clarion'? leading businessmen, her aged father, E. M. Callcndcr, for nany years prominent in Wright county'affairs and a brother, E. D. Callender of Estherviile. New British Monarch Buys American Auto NEW YORK--Purchase of a new Buick by King Edward VIII of England made sensational news in British automotive circles and turned a new page in Empire business history, according to the current (March 16) issue of Time magazine. According to Time, it was the first time the king of England had ordered a car other than the British make invariably used by King Edward VU and King George V. Reporting the event, the magazine said, in part; "A page of Empire business history was turned when it was announced by London's Buick sales manager that King Edward has ordered an enclosed Buick built to his special order in Canada and Oshawa." MAN WHO HAS VOTED SINCE 1887 BECOMES NATURALIZED CITIZEN CLINTON, (.T)--Peter Damm, 71, an Iowa and Nebraska pioneer who "voted in every election since 1887," served 12 years as town clerk in Princeton, Iowa, and was a member of election boards in Clinton county many years, has become a citizen of the United States. Damm, native of Germany, came to the United States as a boy. In early manhood he obtained a land grant in Nebraska, farmed it and obtained homestead papers. He was advised his naturalization was complete when he received his land grant. Financial reverses came upon Damm in his declining years. He sought an old age pension. Officials demanded his naturalization papers. Dumbfounded, Damm couldn't produce them. Officials'were insistent. Naturalization proceedings were the only way out, he wag told. United States Examiner N. Durish of Chicago heard Damm's story and quickly was convinced. Damm was granted naturalization. "Well." sighed the aged man, "now I guess it's all fixed. There'll be no more trouble about it after this." Fined for Intoxication. HAMPTON --. Tom Martin was sentenced Saturday by Mayor J. Sikkema to five days in jail on a charge of intoxication. R. W. Philips of Plattsville, Wis., employed lere at grinding lime, was fined 51 Saturday by D. W. Parks, justice of the peace, for having no license dates on a new sedan he had just driven from Wisconsin. SURF For 0!d and Young FRIDAY 26c Earl Hunt's Orch. COURT HUSSEY SATURDAY Coming Wed. Apr. 1 H E R B I E KAY And His Orchestra Ladies 40c Gents $1.10 All Tax Included Bargain Prices on CIGARETTES Package or Carton DANCE LADIES GIFT DAYS Mat.l6c Eve.21c HitMibl Wednesday Thursday Kathleen Norris's NAVY WIFE With Claire Trevor Ralph Bellamy Jane Darwell A Grand Entertainment Stark Young's "SO RED THE ROSE" With Margaret Sullavan AValter Connolly Randolph Scott KIDDIES WP Havo a Swell Gift for You Friday and Saturday At Mason City THEATERS BT R. I. f. JAMES STEWART IS GIVEN BREAK Cast as Margaret Sullavan's leading man in "Next Time We Love," playing through Thursday at the Cecil, James Stewart realizes an ambition which has been with him since, when a student at Princeton university, he watched her getting started in her theatrical career. . : Harry Clark's "Top Hat Revue" is on the stage with this picture. * * * Kobert Ellis and Helen Logan, whose latest film comedy. "Happiness C. O. D.," played Wednesday only at 1 the State, are creating the current Charlie Chan stories, continuing the adventures of the famous half caste detective brought to us first by Earl Derr Biggers. * * « NEW NEGRO FILM TEAM INTRODUCED A handsome and interesting new film team is introduced in "Sanders of the River," Alexander Korda's production of the famous Edgar Wallace story in the gifted and popular Negro stars, Paul Robespn and Nina Mae McKinney. Robeson was last seen by film fans in the title role of "Emperor Jones," while Nina Mae scored in King Vidor's all-Negro film "Hallelujah." Leslie Banks, distinguished stage and sceen star, who recently triumphed in "The Man Who Knew Too Much" shares honors with the dark-skinned duo in the title role of "Sanders of the River." On the same bill at the Palace through Thursday is "Tough Guy," starring Jackie Cooper and Joseph Calleia. Chorus Rehearsal Dates Announced. CHARLES CITY--Mrs. Edith Barker, acting state girls' club leader, announced that the rehearsal date for adult chorus practice will be March 30 at Fayette at the Legion hall. This will be in preparation for the music festival to be given during the evening of June 26 during the 4-H girls state convention at Ames. It is planned to train at least 1,000 voices for the chorus. 2 TODAY This is Our Big Day -- Lots of Fun and Excitement ' Poor Papa . . . h e hoped in vain for the Supreme Court to declare C. O. D. unconstitutional. MAUDE E B U R N E - « , J , - ~ , , . DONALD MEEK COMEDY I R E N E WARE CARTOON WILLIAM BAKEWELL TOP HAT REVUE OPENS AT CECIL Harry Clark's Unit Featured, s With M. Sullavan's New Picture. Harry Clark's "Top Hat Revue,"* 50 minutes of comedy, music, dancing, singing and aerial thrills, began its two day engagement Wednes-'j day at the Cecil theater, combining with the new film, "Next Time We Love," to provide a fine stage and screen program. Featured on the stage are Togo, Japanese juggler extraordinary;: Dub Taylor, harmonica expert; the Five Top Hatters, dancing ensem- , We; Howard Fuller and his sister,. I novel aerialists; Mac and Miller, song and dance boys; Anita Muth, sweetheart of the blues; Joyce Barker, tops on her toes, and Bill Martin's stage band. Margaret Sullavan has the leading role .in the accompanying picture, with James Stewart and Bay Milland in support. The story is based upon the romance of an actress who pursues her career after marriage to a foreign news correspondent. Visitor From Denver. HANSELL--G. E. Peake of Denver, Colo., is visiting his niece, Mrs. E. W. Shaw of Hansell. Now PALAC THRILLS! The Year's Fastest Action Picture! "TOUGH GUY" With JACKIE COOPER JOSEPH CALLEIA KIN TIN TIN, Jr. "Sanders of the River" With PAUL ROBESON LESLIE BANKS Coming Saturday: LAUREL HARDY in The Bohemian Girl and ZANE GREY'S "DRIFT FENCE" See Me Answer the Call of the Wild! Klondike Annie Starting Saturday Mason City's" Show Ifiace T O D A Y AND THURSDAY The Hit Attraction of the Week! For Entertainment You Might Tie It, But You Can't Beat It! . Girls! / Girls! · f and More Girls! 24 People 8 Big Acts Featuring BILLY MARTIN'S 10 PIECE STAGE BAND THE GREAT TOGO' A trndcr rframn .vou'll store nwny In the secret corners of your heart! HOWARD FCT.I.CB AND SISTER" in Ursula Parrott's "NEXT TIME WE LOVE" 5-TOP KATTERS-5 RAY MILLAND - JAMES STEWART THERE'S NO OTHER SHOW LIKE THIS! GREATEST SHOW IN TOWN!

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