Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 26, 1936 · Page 14
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Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 26, 1936
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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 26 1936 GAZETTE S GLOBE-GAZETTE'S TOTAL IS WINNER Moose Legion Drops Contest as City League Schedule Is Brought to Date. DECKER'S LEAGUE Friday Ulchl. Alleyn 1-2 -- Bahy Beel vs. I^cn! Sale*. 3-4 -- Hot shotd vs. Bologna Bull". 5-6-- Soeet Pickle VB. Main Office. The Globe-Gazette won two of three games Wednesday night in the city bowling league, defeating Moose Legion in a postponed contest. The Globe-Gazette 998 and 2,870 were high team figures, while Ed Shannon had a, 235 and 620 for the best individual marks. Thursday's schedule will see the ·weekly handicap elimination tournament run off. CMBE-GAZETTE l»t -"'I 3r E' Godfrey E. limn R Stevens R. FOTVC11 ..-. 1M ISO J.« J*2 JiW ISO 185 197 AT. ITS *« 3S4 162 .101 Actual Pins .... W7 881 Handicap ....... 102 Ws Silfi J.W4 I" 2 30I! IOIAL MKS . . . . 883 083 098 2870 MOOSE I.EGION P]a.vcr3 1st 2nd 3rtl To. E. Shannon 22* J«t 23B (ran J. Humphrey 1«3 1." "7 4KI H. Hnmnhrw 134 188 isn 478 E. Cl»n»en 180 198 167 MS I. Elilad If* 189 106 407 Actual Tins .... 833 88H 871 SUM 8114 . Handicap C" 67 67" 3Pt Jl? TOTAL PIXS flO« 956 938 2734 531 Pirates Help Home Folks With Grapefruit Contest SEQUIN, Tex. -- The Pirates weren't anywhere near Pittsburgh when the floods struck the city but they're due for a mild reaction. After Thursday's exhibition game against the Tulsa Oilers, they're sjated to put on an intra-club game Friday for. the benefit of the flood sufferers. Cyclone Vaulter Ready to Compete in Texas Contest . AMES, UK--Wayne Lyon, Iowa State's Big Six pole vault champion, left Thursday to compete in the Texas relays at Austin this weekend. Lyon is the only Cyclone athlete entered in the Texas games. He recently broke the Big Six vaulting record which, had been untouched for 16 years. Says Joe Cronin: SARASOTA, Fla.--"I am not in the habit of predicting pennant winners, preferring to be out in front at the end of September to winning the championship in March. However, I feel certain tbe Boston Red Sox of 1936 are good enough to win the pennant in the American league. "Detroit is the club I fear most, but the Tigers must get plenty of additional help from Al Simmons to finish in front of us. Like any big league manager, I would welcome another starting pitcher, one capable of winning from 15 to 20 games. I have no doubts about Grove and Ferrell. Between the two they are going to win at least 40 games. "Our problem lies in what Marcum and Ostermueller are able to do I am banking on both to be consistent winners as they must be for us to land the flag. I feel sure we have the best club in the league and tbe best club should win." MACK DIDN'T SEE 'WHAT WAS AHEAD (Continued From Fnffe 13) never stop trying and fighting to win. Class? With Jimmie Fox, Eric McNair, Rogers Cramer and John Marcum gone from a team that surrendered and finished in the cellar last year, there couldn't be much left. A nucleus is present with the leftovers from the December sale but the one big ingredient, pitching, is missing. There are 20 hurlers in camp but injuries and lack of pitching knowledge among the rookies have made the task hard and difficult. 'No, it doesn't look so good," reflected Connie. "We haven't much pitching. It's a big surprise to me that a lot of young baseball players don't even know how to throw that ball any more. But I learned long ago that nothing is quite hopeless." Oskaloosa High School to Hold Ninth Annual Relays OSKALOOSA, UP)--The ninth annual Oskaloosa relays will be held here April 18 under the sponsorship of the Oskaloosa high school. Invitations have been mailed to 62 Iowa high schools. There will be 18 events on the program. NO LONG AGREEMENTS ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.--Col. Jacob Ruppert, owner of the Yankees, has decided there will be no more two year contracts for bis players. "Too many mistakes have been made with them," he said in answer to Holdout Charley Ruffing's offer of a compromise on $13,500 for two years instead of the $15,000 demanded and tbe $12,000 offered. Free Bouts Held Weekly at Stacyville Town Hall STACTVILLE -- Fire exhibition boxing tournaments are being held every Saturday night at the town hall. A special boxing tournament will be held at Visitation hall on Wednesday, April 15. Senators, Tigers in War Over Ed Linke's Hot Pad SARASOTA--The Senators and the champion Detroit Tigers seem to be working up quite a feud in the grapefruit league. The Bengals suspect Clark Griffith, Washington owner, of being responsible for the spiking of Walter Briggs' bonus plan. Wednesday Manager Mickey iochrane of Detroit protested against the chemical heating pad pitcher Ed Linke carries in his hip pocket. Linke says the heat aids faulty circulation in his pitching hand but Cochrane claimed it was Illegal. Iowa Boxer Leads Youngsters to Win Over Chicago Punching Squad DES MOINES, UFi--Three white hope heavyweight fighters representing Des Moines won an intercity boxing duel from three Chicago fighters here Wednesday night. Two matches were taken by the Iowa fighters and the other was a draw. Mike Klomp of Lime Springs, recent winner of the white hope meet here, outpointed Sammy Silverstein in the first fight. Jim Morris, :he Keokuk "butcher boy," whipped Al Adams in the second bout, but Charley Oakes of DCS Moines could get no better than a draw with Jack Slip. The bouts were 4 round affairs. Western Union Plans New Relays Event During May LE MARS, UP) -- Ninety high schools in Iowa and South Dakota have been invited to the third, annual Gala Day relays at Western Union college May 12. Central high of Sioux City scored the most points in the 1935 meet. RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tsw York (?O 7; Chlcaso (Jf) 2. Brooklyn (3V) 11; New York (A) 8, Boston (N) 8: Cincinnati (N) 5, Philadelphia (\) 3; Rochester (ID 2. Flttsbursh (N) 17; Columbus (AA) 3. Boston (A) 9; Newark IM 7. Philadelphia (A) 8; St. Louis (A) I. Detroit (A) 17: Washington A 10. Cleveland (A) 7; New Orleans (SA) 2. OUT OF THE P R E S S B O X St. Ansgar Runner to Be Among Top Prospects for Mile at Teachers College CEDAR FALLS -- Iowa State Teachers college's track team will be a bit stronger in the distance events this spring in comparison to the miiers and two-milers of last year. Last season Coach Arthur Dickinson had only one man who scored points in the event, Stanley Schmelling. This year the Panther mentor will have three men · of about equal ability as well as two other members of last year's squad. Reuben Tesch, St. Ansgar sophomore, will be one of the group expected to bolster the distance prospects,, and is expected to push Schmelling in the mile aud two- mile. Baseball to Be Played at Perm College This Season OSKALOOSA, (.¥)--Baseball will be a major sport at Penn college this spring. Coach Keogh Rash expects a squad of approximately 30 players to report for outdoor drills. Several battery men have been working indoors the last two weeks. AS NEW JOB WATERLOO, (.V)--Joe Duea. who has been a successful coach at Orange township high school for the last six years, will direct junior high school athletics at Washington, Iowa, next year. JUNIORS WIN MEET NEW HAMPTON -- The junior class team of the New Hampton high school won the annual class basketball tournament here Wednesday, going into an overtime period to defeat the sophomores 21 to 18. (Continued From 1'nse 13) mouth or large-mouth bass, rock bass, sand pike, wall-eyed pike, great northern pike, yellow bass, pickerel, salmon, crappie, catfish, perch, sunfish and bluegill; and not more than 8 of any one of the followig species: Trout, small- mouth or large-mouth bass, rock bass, sand pike, wall-eyed pike, great northern, pike and yellow bass. The possession limit, after the opening day, is two days' catch limit. Minimum size limits remain unchanged and are as follows: Northern pike or pickerel, 15 inches long; wall-eyd pike, 13 inches; catfish. 12 inches; black bass or sand pike, 10 inches; rock bass, silver bass, trout, crappie and perch, 7 inches; bluegill, 5 inches. On fish not named there is no minimum size limit. * * + THE RESTRICTIONS on tackle remain unchanged from the 1935 rules. One trot or throw line is permitted any one person provided it contains not more than 15 hooks and its use restricted to waters in the following counties: Monona, Harrison, Pottawattamie, M i l l s , Fremont, Page, Montgomery, Cass, Shelby, Audubon, Guthrie, Adair, Adams, Taylor, Ringgold, Union, Madison, Dallas, Polk. Warren, Claike, Decatur, Wayne, Lucas, Marion, Jasper, Poweshiek, Mahaska. Monroe, Appanoose. Davis. Wapello. Keokuk, Iowa. Johnson, Washington, Jefferson, Van Buren, Lee, Henry, Louisa, Cedar. Muscatine, Des Moines, Scott, Clinton, Jones and Jackson. Trot lines bearing not more than 25 hooks may also be used in the Mississippi. Missouri and Big Sioux rivers, with one line allowed to a person. A'S HTJKLER STAYS FORT MEYERS, Fla.--Vernon (Whitey) Wilshere, promising young southpaw, won't accompany the Athletics on their northern jaunt. Wilshere is to remain here until April 9 to get the benefit of the warm weather in conditioning his pitching arm. At Mason City THEATERS BJ «. i. r. KENT TAYLOR. IOWA FARM BOV, MOVES tJP Kent Taylor, who claims Nashua as the place of bis birth and wjio later lived and worked in Waterloo, has the starring role opposite Claire Trevor in "My Marriage," special feature showing Friday only at the Cecil and Palace theaters. HOCKEY By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AMERICAN ASSOCIATION PLAYOFFS SI. Ixml* 2: Tiilsa I. (St. Iritis wins sprits.) IN THE RING By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ROCKFORD, 111. -- BHly Cnlebroti, 148. 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Pontiac is America's most distinctive car. Pontiac has a great record for dependability. Moreover, you can't do better than a Pontiac for all-around economy. In the annual 352-mile Yosemite Valley Economy Run*, under American Automobile Association supervision, Pontiac defeated all entrants in its class--averaging 23.9 miles per gallon (no oil added). You can't ask for more, and you can't get more at Pontiac's low price. ' A ten-minute ride is all it takes to prove it. CURRENT FEATURES CECIL--Ends Thursday, stage and screen program with "Top Hat Revue" and "Next Time We Love." Friday only, "My Marria K e." PALACE -- Ends Thursday, "TouRh Guy" and "Sanders or the River." Friday only, "My Marriajre." STRAND -- Through Thursday, "Navy Wife" and "So Red the Rose." Starts Friday, "The Raven" and "Valley of the Lawless." STATE -- Through Saturday, "PoM-dersmokc Range" and" Miss Pacific Fleet." Greene Farmer Burns Hands Putting Out Fire GREENE--Fire discovered In the basement of the DeWitt Marsh home 2 miles west of Greene Tuesday afternoon, damaged the basement and some of the first floor of the iouse. Mr. Marsh, while trying to remove some burning clothing received severe burns on his hands. He "Miss Pacific Fleet," playing through Saturday at the State with "Powdersmoke Range," features probably the funniest quartet working together on the screen today, namely the two blond menaces, Joan Blondcll and Glenda Farrell, and Hugh Herbert and Allen Jenkins. The girls are cast as wisecracking ex-chorus girls who run a concession at an amusement park until the cane ringing skill of Mr. Jenkins puts them out of business. Herbert plays in the role of a versatile yet not too successful promoter. Harry Carey and Hoot Gibson, both veteran entertainers in western thrillers have leading roles in "Powdersmoke Range." * * * Edgar Allen Poe's "The Raven" is brought to the screen with all the thrills and chills which you remember from a perusal of the story, as Boris Karloff and Bcla Lugosi go through their paces. With this picture Friday and Saturday at the Strand is a western drama, "Valley of the Lawless," starring Johnny Mack Brown. This marks the fitter's first screen appearance in ome time. Vlaureen Paired Against Georgia Star at Augusta AUGUSTA. Ga., (/P)--Mrs. Mau- een Orcutt Crews is paired against eggy Wattles in the semifinals of .he Augusta women's invitational f\f t o u r n a m e n t . Mrs. Crews reezed through, the quarter finals vith a 5 and 4 decision over Barlara Bourne of Augusta. Edith Begg, Cleveland, meets 'ane Cothran of Greenville, S. Car., n the other bracket. 25-27 Second St. S. E. Phone 1567 Mason City, Iowa 'icard Behind But Still Favorite for N-S Honors PINBHURST, N. Car., UP)--Sixty lurvivors in the 54,000 north and jouth open golf championship face a. 36 hole windup with $1,000 prize money awaiting the winner. At the half way mark of the 72 .iole tournament, Henry Picard of Hershey, Pa., was two strokes be- lind Ray Mangrum who shot a sizzling 68 to go into first place with a total of 141. The Hershey professional, winner of the Charleston open last week, was favored for the .itle, however. )itzler Reports at Grid Drill for State Teachers CEDAR FALLS--Walter Ditzler of Mason City was among the 30 men reporting to Coach Clyde 'Buck" Starbeck Wednesday for spring football at the Iowa State ·eachers college. Six lettermen were also included on the squad. REDUCE HOLDOUTS TAMPA, Fla. -- Further reductions in the Reds' holdout list are expected soon. The latest indication 9 that Tommy Thevnow, veteran nfielder acquired from Pittsburgh, s ready to talk terms with Manager Chuck Dressen. PALACE NOW JACKIE COOPER in "TOUGH GUY" . . . and "Sanders of the River" Coming- Saturday: MAMMOTH DOUBLE PROGRAM LAUREL HARDY in "BOHEMIAN GIRL" AND KANE GREY'S "DRIFT FENCE" quenched the blaze by opening three faucets and with a wash basin, threw water onto the flames. The fire company was not called. The house was built about two years ago. Nearly everything has been explained except why there are more, unemployed this year than there were last year.--Lynchburg, Va, News. "NAVY WIFE" and "SO RED THE ROSE" To Tonite FRIDAY and SATURDAY fifiati OWN KARLOFF in EDGAR ALLEN POE'S "THE RAVEN" \vith BELA LXJGOSI Tnilspin Tommy in "The Great Air Mystery" News Events KIDDIES We have a bap of Glass'Onyx Marbles for you. Attend the Matinee Friday or Saturday. Ends Thurs. ON THE STAGE "TOP HAT REVUE" 8 --- BIG ACTS -- 8 Plus a Big STAGE BAND ON THE SCREEN MARGARET SULLAVAN "NEXT TIME WE LOVE" STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! FRIDAY IS THE BIG T H R I L L DAY at both the CECIL and PALACE Society Unmasked--And Wnat Does It Reveal! "MY MARRIAGE" with CLAIRE TREVOR Kent Taylor Paul Kelly Pauline Frederick Come Early For Seats! First Come--First Served! OTHER CITIES ARE New York Boston Detroit Cincinnati Cleveland THEREFORE, COME EARLY TO AVOID THE RUSH AT THE CECIL! THERE'S NO OTHER PERSONALITY L I K E MAE! The one and only Miss West as the spell of the Yukon, the call of the wild, the bird cry of the frozen acres, the gal who kids the face off the barroom fioor OLD-TIME DANCE AVALON BALLROOM Manly, Iowa THURSDAY, MARCH 26 Music By KELLY BROTHERS Admission 25c Coming Tuesday, March 31 BOBBY GRIGGS FOR A GOOD TIME FRIDAY 26c Earl Hunt's Orchestra SATURDAY COURT HUSSEY l i e S. S. Tax Incl. 40c Wednesday, April 1 AND HIS ORCHESTRA Ladies 40c Gents SI-It) All Tax Included Cigarettes, Bargain Prices The Barnum and Bailey of Western Picturesl r HUGH HERBERT ALLEN JENKINS "Boots" Mallory ·and Bob Steele, Tom Tyler, Guinn Williamt, William 'jm, William Desmond, "Buzz" Barlon, W a l l y Wal«, Art MU, Buffalo Bill, Jr., Buddy Rootevalf, F r a n k l y n F a r n u m , Sam Hardy, Ray Mayer TOM MIX CHAPTER MIKACLr RIDER J

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