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TEN .MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 1 · 1937 LOBE-GAZETTE SPORTS GOLDEN GLOVES BOUTS ON CARD FOR LOCAL RING Amateur Contests to Get Under Way Thursday · in Legion Plan. With 63 entries signed up, the first of the Golden Gloves amateur elimination contests will be held at the armory Thursday' night, marked by 40 rounds of boxing. There are entries in .all eight divisions, with Uyo special classifications of 85 to 90 pounders, and 9() to 100 pound men. There will be, special awards for winning learns. Entries have been received from Cedav Falls, New Hampton, :Hampton, Manly', Burchinal and Mesei-vey. . . - . ' . · . , · All weight divisions will be run off in two sections, junior or novice, and senior divisions. Entries will be accepted until March 10, and the second round will be held March 11. Teams have been entered. by Garrett Chapman, Soda Grill-of Osage and Decker Bros. Austin Keglers Win in SpecialMeet as Bakerets Are Loser Austin ·' Recreation of Austin, Minn., won three games from Diamond Bread of Mason City in a worn en's 'special bowling match at the Minnesota team's home alleys Sunday, rolling op a total of 2,474 pins. : The squad will play a return match at Mason' City, March 27. AUSTIN RECREATION ' Pf»y«rs-- 1st and 3et X°l»l Baumt»rlel .... ..... . 1 7 1 144 202 51 . . . ..... . E. Ht»cnja . . ; ....... J 6 G ' 131 442 .. ....... A. Bo-eni» ·'... ...... 144 161 182 487 in 111 us Schmllll 176 188 173 037. TOTAL PINS '.. 839 806 830 2471 DIAMOND BREAD Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd Total M i c k 150 145 1SJ 4E8 CoDkman . . . . . . . . . . . . 158 140 3il Glanvlllc 80 150 115 Lcfnhaas 112 14S 157 Yando 110 122 IOC 449 353 417 338 TOTAL PINS Ther · w i l l plly March 27. 6°-6 705 11G 2017 relurn match here BIG TEN SCRAP IN LAST STAGE (Continued From Sport Pare) ,up and the speedy Pmdue foi ward .has,a good chance of setting a new high Despite its ;spectacular win over the Hoosiers, Purdue appears definitely out of the. title running with three defeats and eight wins. Illinois, given a battle in the first half, swept to victory with a second period rush over Iowa, 40 to 29. Lou Boudreau scored 16 points for the Illini. Gophers Trounce Foe. Minnesota, approaching its first title in 18 seasons, trounced Wisconsin 30 to 17 and led from the opening minutes. A crowd of 12,800 fans saw the game; brightened by the defensive work of Martin Holek of the Gophers. He also scored seven 'points to pace the Minnesota attack. Michigan, trailing- IS to 11 at the half, went into action in the second period to whip'Ohio state 38 to 24, with John Townsend being the leading scorer with 15 points. 11 in the second half. Northwestern won its second straight game, after four straight defeats, by^downing Chicago 34 to 27. For the Maroons it was an eleventh straight defeat. ROSEMONT WINS COAST MEETING (Continued From Sport Pace) .$15,000. Indian Broom's share was $10,000. Shade off Record. R. E. Handlen, Hosemont's trainer, received 510,000 put up by the track while Jockey Richards pocketed 10 per 'cent of the big purse. The time, 2:02%, was three- fifths of a second slower than the track record set by Azucar in the 1935 handicap. Richards held his easy striding mount well in the ruck until the three-quarters pole, then began drawing into sixth place. Rpsemont was fourth going into the stretch. Monday Handlen said "Rosy" would be kept out of next Saturday's closing feature at Santa Anita because of sore feet but: "Rosemont may run again in a month. There are no plans for his retirement." Manager Terry May Come From Dugouts HAVANA, (/P)--After three exhibition games in which they have made few hits off Cuban pitchers, the New York Giants have begun to stir up the question of whether Manager Bill Terry will stick to his resolution to remain on the bench this season. Johnny McCarthy, nominee for the first basing job, has made only one flukey hit so far while Terry, game knee and all, is a better than .300 hitter. WINS DODGER TITLE FORT DODGE, (JP)--Jake Sager, Des Moines, rolled a 799 for four games here Sunday to win the Fort Dodge bowling sweepstakes. Robert Rule, Foil Dodge, was second with 784, and Jake Montague, Sioux City, third, with 781. ROSEMONT WINNING $100,000 HANDICAP ATLAS AT HEAD OF KEG EVENTS urocers Take Two Contests to Keep Lead in Play at Denison Lanes. DENISON BOIVLI.YG W. L. Pet. Atlas Grocery . 3 9 15 .722 Fabit 50 i« .. .fcs P. G. K. No. 1 23 23 If. C. Brick-Tile II. C. Hardware . . . . . . . . Venison Club P. G. E. No. Atlas Meat and Grocery's bowing team kept its lead in the Denson club league, according to standings announced by the local oop, when the Grocers, defeated Mason City Hardware in two :ames. Schmidt's City Club took two contests from Mason City Brick and Tile, while Denison and Pabst 31ue Ribbon each won two from he People's Gas and Electric earns. ATLAS MEAT AND GROCERV PUycrs- lanson Burns Handicap 1st anil 3rd Total 165 . 131 148 447 156 1 128 174 458 137 151 110 480 137 SOJ, 14» 411 135- no! 104 4W 1» 10 13 237 TOTAL PINS ... 799 860 883 2318 BIAS ON CITY HARDWARE Players-- , lit 2nd 3rd Total Cardie 140 134 J3j 415 saacion ............. 164 151i 110 435 :ompkins 134 131 151 4011 X Cookman 119 138 1G4 431 !. Dell 2«0 124 167 (HO Handicap .......... 1C 70 7U 22 TOTAL PINS StiO 158 813 2190 SCHMIDT'S CITV CLUB Players-- 1st 2nd' 3rd Tolal lybriiker i l l 113 l l i -103 137 120 .):u jas 120 :m 138 133 aU2 Cunningham 205 171 J5D 535 Handicap I l l 111 [U 31:: TOTAL PINS 1K3 848 SOI 2415 ; M. C. B. AND T. CO. Players-- · 1st 2nd 3rd Total ince 163 US U1 4SG .arnerle HD 131 !£: 412 Doe 110 110 140 420 'twins 131 115 1:12 U7K Vainer 1^0 143 IG8 431 QS OG OD 288 Handicap ..... TOTAL PINS 163 101 "sK 2m DENISON CLUB 1st 2nd 3rd Total » » » » . » J3B 152 153 461 113 118 132 4U3 481! Ill ·no 3so Players- T. Rintua H. Cookman J9J 133 160 ~. Cap one 120 132 150 I. Christiansen ..... 132 15 ICO Handicap 1:0 1:0 120 'OTAL PINS 8)3 813 883 2341 P. G. AND E. NO. 1 Playerj-- l i t 2nd 3rd Tolal Loulerbour 191 1M 131 480 Icnderion ; 103 ' IS* 151 40li Itoton 129 138 267 Gasse .,,. 107 107 .Holly -3.TG l.ifl ' 133 428 Berjln 135 12R 12J 31)11 Handicap 118 148 118 - I I I 'OTAL PINS 820 S68 834 2313 P. G. A N I J . E . NO. r* Flayers-- 1,1 2nd iber 123 05 'IE J22 03 leveni ftg I2f arks ., liij ];:· l°e 140 140 Handicap 120 1^0 Sri 110 9J 165 1H) 120 311 331 3J3 4ID 420 3GO OTAC PINS . . . . . . . 715 ClS 133 2144 BLUE RIBBON Flayers-- ,'ljt 2nd 3rd Total iarland 351 no lla 416 awrence 143 128 100 37S · 3lvlcr 134 125 115 374 me 140 HO 140 4 2 0 . lanion 187 1HI Ifi7 SUS Handicap 77 .77 77 231 OTAL PINS 831 770 751 2333 Sarazen Tops South Open Tourney Tests BELLEAIR, Pla., (UP)--Gene Sarazcn, playing in his best Toi m I years. Sunday won the 72-hoIc 3,000 Florida west coast open olf tournament with an aggregate Vlanusk to Stick as Extra Dodger Hitter CLEARWATER, (/P)--Burleigh Jrimes, new manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers', has two things retty well settled. One is that the r eternn Heinie Manush will be a andy man to have around as a Jinch hitter and the other that ^ooWe Gily Brack, who pJayed for im at Louisville, is a good out- ield prospect. "He's faster than DOR Guttci-- dfie, about wl'iom so much has ecn said," Grimes remarked. and he can hit that ball out of ny park." LOS ANGELES--Rosemont, in a thrilling stretch duel with Seabiscuit, defeated the pick of the world's horses in the third annual runnlne of the 5100,000 Santa Anita handicap. The closeness of the finish is clearly illustrated In'the above photo with Hosemont (No. 1) on the outside and Seabiscuit next to the rail, nearly hidden by the Foxcatcher Farms' champion. Indian Broom is the third horse finisliiner in front of his stablematc, Special Asent, who led the race nearly all the way. (Central Press Association) Holy Family to Face New Opponent for Extra Game Noi-thside Romps to Win*Algona Catholics to Get Over I. C. A. Cagers. in Games Here. NORTHSIDE WINS HOLY FAMILY--Si |IJI. CONCEFT'N--35 Vcja ( -' " 1 4 0 4 llosper f ft PI 5 0 1 Schullz t 2 0 0 Foidlck :i 0 SJJack Ncfr 2 0 0|Jim Nell f U OINocklcs f 4 I I) 1 n o :t 4 o o C. Zlejlcr I Laughlln I Muche c Burnett c Cavanauga g 3 ft 2[ Braiser £ I 0 [t( II. Ziegler g 3 0 ;lj Johnson g 0 0 0 ] TOTALS . 20 ft 13|TOTALS 0 7 Ilunninr score by quarters: Holy Family ; 18 2« 41 Imtnaculale Conception 4 !) I I Free Ihrows missed: Holy Family Immaculato Conception 1, 1 Holy Family's lip and coming basketeers iomped,Jover Immaculate Conception of Charles City 5! to 25 on the local court Sunday afternoon -and. the reserve team made it an even more emphatic afternoon for the local parochial squad by downing the I. C. A. reserves 22 to 20 in the preliminary. Every man on the Holy Family squad but Johnson scored at least two fieldgoals and the Northsiders' cause was led by Dick Hughes, who scored five field shots, and Jesse Vega, sub forward, who dropped a quartet o£ field goals before being ousted on fouls. Jim Neff and Schultz were the only consistent scorers for the Charles Cityans, Neff sinking three field goals and four free shots for a 10 point total while Schultz made good on one free attempt and bucketed four field- goals. Holy Family led 18 to 4 at the quarter, 26 to 9 at the half and 44 to. 11 at the end of the third quarter. In the reserve game, Don Neff of I. C. A. and Jack Burnett of Holy Family each scored four field goals to tie for high scoring honors. WAVERLY TOPS LEAGUE GAMES (Continued From Sport Page) team Tuesday evening for the necessary eight games. New Hampton won their sixtli game in the conference over Cresco 12 to 6 while the Spartons were dropping their eleventh. T h e Chickasaws started the game with four juniors and one sophomore but needed the additional help of the seniors to put the victory across. Oelwein split even during the week. The improved Decorah team won hadily, 36 to 2B while the Huskies 'held the Charles City fourth quarter rally within bounds to win 27 to 22. In non-conference games the best West Union team in recent years dropped Sumner 44 to 20. St. Ansgar lost to two conference teams. Charles City winning 21 to 19 on Monday and Osage 28 to 24. Nashua lost 41 to 13 to Tripoli. Connie Finds Score One-One for Mevico MEXICO CITY, (/P)--Connie Mack, manager of the Philadelphia athletics, arrived Monday and found the Scoreboard one to one. His team, with a pitching staff whose average age was in the low twenties, and with an infield of pitchers and outfielders, Sunday- beat the Mexican Comitras, 14 to 11. The Necaxas beat the A's Saturday, 3 to 2. Y TEAM LOSES. NEWTON, (/P)--The Grinnell college wrestling team downed the Newton Y. M. C. A. for the second time this season here Saturday nighf, 26 to 10. The Pioneers were victorious in an early season dual, 20 to 15. , . Action in 'Champion' Tussles Here. PROBABLE LINEUPS HOLV FAMILY ST. CECILIA'S Huthc F Barry C. Zleflcr F Thissen Muehe c M o l l e n h o f l Cavanauch G Bejlenlelmer 1J. Zlnler G SeHman TIME: 7:3(1, Tuesday nltlil. PLACE: Mason .City high school. Undefeated in the season's play by a Catholic team, St. Cecelia's academy quintet of Algona invades Mason City for the first time this season to take on Holy Family for the mythical North Iowa parochial school court championship. Holy Family's record shows only three loses, one to St. Joseph's of MOHAWKS AT iviir ;St: Joseph's Johawk's left Mason City Sunday to enter the. arphdiocesan tournament at .Dubuque, where they opposed Immaculate Conception of Fairbanks in the opening round. Mason City, which was avenged by two wins over the Johawks; a loss to Our Lady of Victory and to Sacred Heart, both of Waterloo. The visitors have averaged 33 points a game, as compared to their opponents' 16. In the starting lineup at forwards will be Bill Barry and Ed Thissen; Clark Mol- lenhof, center, and at the guards will be Bill Bestenlehner and Leonard Seitman. GRAGELAND AT TOP OF MATCH Lamoni Jaysees Win Final Test of State Tussle at Marshalltown.' MARSHALLTOWN, (.^--Graceland college _of Lamoni Monday reigned supreme in state junior college basketball after capturing the state championship with a 39 to 35 victory over Northwestern of Orange City here Saturday night. The small but fast Graceland quintet had gained tlic final by turning back Muscatine 50 to 41, while Northwestern earned its final berth with a 55 to 33 victory over-Mason City. Scoring 11 points before Northwestern was able to connect, the Winers held a 24 to 13 lead at the half, and withstood a strong last period, comeback to -maintain a slight advantagethroughout. THE BOXSCORE CBACELAND--30 INOItTHWN--33 Harder f N'elson f nrack'bury Trice i Pearson f DavU t' T O T A L S western 13. t «t p'l it it pf 3 0 3] M. Kraal I r, I 'J n [I I11G. Vandb'jr f 3 2 4 I I :i|Il. Kraal c 2 -J a K 1 I f R r u n s l f n r ; t t n 3 ii n ^| Enplnk g n 1- o 0 0 OlSlerren'jr t l» 0 I 17 5 1I|TOTAI,S 11 7 13 h a l f : Gracelanif 2(; Xor{h- TRACK RECORDS TAKE SMASHING Six New Indoor Marks Set Up When Runners Vie in A. A. U. Tests. By LESLIE AVERY United Press Staff Correspondent. NEW YORK, (UP)--The National A. A. U. winter track and field championships lived up to all advance promises of record shattering performances by furnishing six new indoor marks for the record books Monday. Before a capacity audience of more than 1G,000 in Madison Square Garden last night three world records were established and three national championship standards were bettered. Most outstanding performance of the evening was furnished by Ed Burke, Marquette Negro, who soared 6 feet, 0% inches over the bar to break the old world mark of 6 feet 8 15-16 inches he held jointly with Corny Johnson, Olympic high jump champion of Compton, Cal., Junior college. Deckard Shatters .Time. -,: Next, most, impressive .was /Jit- lle TommyjDeckard's' .triumph^ in the 3,000 meter steeplechase. The lanky Indiana university student was timed in 8:48.6 to lower the mark of 8:50 set by Joe McCluskey of the New York A. C., two years ago. The third world record effort was made in the 1,000 meter medley relay race. The New York curb exchange q u a r t e t was clocked in 1:59.7 to smash the mark of 2:00.4 set by New York university last year. As expected, the 1,500 meters run provided the feature of the competition with Archie San Romani turning in an unexpected upset to win. With America's most famous miler, Glenn Cunningham withdrawn because of a cold, San Romani pnt on a desperate last lap "kick" to beat out former Olympic champion, Luigi Beccali of Italy, by a foot. Venzke Runs Third. Gene Venzke of Pennsylvania, last year's winner, was third--a foot behind Beccali. Don Lash,, of Indiana ran fifth behind Miklos Szabo of Hungary. The three new "meet" marks were made in the pole vault, 5,000 meters and the 1,600 meters relay. Earle Meadows, Olympic champion aerialist, cleared 14 ft., 3 in., to break the mark of 14 ft., 1 in set by Sabin Carr of Yale in 1928 Norman Bright of the Olympic club, San Francisco, broke his own record 'o£ 15 minutes f l a t by covering 5,000 meters in 14:45.8. The other meet record fell in the 1,600 meters relay run. The curb exchange team WRS timed in 3:13.5 -- two-tenths of a second better than Manhattan college's mark of last year. 40 Cards Open Year at Daytona Session DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., (£) Forty St. Louis Cardinals, including several promising rookies opened training MoKday. Conspicuously absent are Dizzy Dean and Johnny Mize, holdouts. Several other regulars were delayed in reporting. Manager Frankie Frisch plans to begin two workouts a day immediately. O / l l c l a l s : Rrtrrrr, Bud Knii of Den Moines u n i v e r s i t y ; u m p i r e , Vic Younr ol Colorado. Cold Day Cuts Off Cleveland Session NEW ORLEANS, (VP)-The Cleveland Indians opened spring training Sunday with a workout of less than an hour in cold weather and raw wind, and prepared to buckle down to real work Monday. Manager Steve O'Neill counted noses among the battery men s q u a d - a n d found pitchers Johnny Allen, Willis Hudlin, Denny Galehouse and Catcher Billy Sullivan missing--all unsigned. The infiolders and outfielders will report a week hence. TURF COURSE OTE.V AMES, (/P) -- The sixth a n n u a l Iowa short course for grcenkeep- ers opens a two day meeting here Monday. Turf experts from a half dozen slates will lecture during the sessions. D A N C E ! AVALON BALLROOM , Manly, Iowa Tuesday, March 2 Music by BOBBY GRIGGS and his orchestra Ladles 33c Gents 50c OLD TIME DANCE Thursday, March 4 Music hy ART'S NIGHTHAWKS Admission 25c -PARADE By D. B. K. "BELOVED ENEMY" BEGINS ON CECIL SCREEN TUESDAY Merle Obcron and Brian Aherne have the starring roles in "Beloved Enemy," which opens Tuesday at the Cecil. The story casts the two as a man and woman from two warring countries who fall madly in love, and follows their romance which is carried on under fire. Lesser roles are taken by Karen Morley, Henry Stephenson, David Niven, Jerome Cowan, Jack Mul- Iiall and David Torrence. "ON THE AVENUE." Take it from one who professes to be a music lover--Irv- Insr Berlin, who first startled the musical world with his jazzy, ragtime number "Alexander's Ragtime Band" way back in wartime, is still the master hit writer of the day. Fine and diversified as tho genei-al entertainment of "On the Avenue," which ends Monday at the Cecil is, it is Berlin's songs which do more than anything else to make this musical grand entertainment I venture to say you'll -be humming some of Berlin's six songs contained in "On the Avenue" particularly that lover's- lament, "You're Lauehihg- at Me," which Dick Powell sings to Madeleine Carroll at a most appropriate moment; "Got My Love to Keep You Warm," another catchy melody, and "Slumming: on' Park Avenue," in which the 400 are satirized. In fact "On the Avenue" In itself is a satire on the blue- bloods of Park avenue, with "the richest girl in the world" the goat in particular. Taking part in this funfest are those goofy but sidesplitting maniacs, the Rifz brothers; George Barbler, Alan Mowbray, Walter Catlett, Billy Gilbert and many others. Story: Fair. Entertainment: Swell. MOVIE MEMORIES One-third of those entering last week's Movie Memories contest remembered Lola Lane, the Miss ? ? ? of the week. Other towns represented in the contest were Nora Springs, Clear Lake, Britt, Dougherty, Hanlontown and Joice. Edna Hartsook, 18 South Federal, one of the local winners, said in her letter after thoroughly telling of Miss Lane: "How do I remember so distinctly the. details of her early" career? Because; she was from my home town and this naturally was big news to a small town ol 4,000 population." Some entries were disqualified because of incorrect synopsis, insufficient synopsis, two coming from the same address, while some thought I. 0. O. F. CLUB D A N C E Wednesday, March 3 Music by Your Old Favorites ART'S NIGHTHAWKS For Odd Fellows, Rcbekalis and Invited Friends MOVIE MENU CECIL -- "On the Avenue" ends Monday. "Beloved Enemy" starts Tuesday. PALACE -- '"We're on the Jury" and "The Holy Terror" through Tuesday. STATE--"Cain and Mabel" and "Bengal Tiger" through Tuesday. - ' STRAND--"The Great Zleg- fcld" through Tuesday, LAKE--(Clear Lake)--"Stolen Holiday" and "Rainbow on the River" end Monday. "Come and Get It" Tuesday. Bliss Lane was June Knight, Lillian Bond, Karen Morley, May McAvoy or Kathryn MarJow. Prizes for this weekly Movie Parade feature are complimentary tickets to Mason City's four theaters, the Lake at Clear Lake, and the Avery. at Garner. * a * PALACE REVIEW A rollicking, hoydenish, whirlwind of mischief is Jane Withers in "The Holy Terror.V which together with "We're on the Jury" supplies a bill of light entertainment at the Palace theater through Tuesday. Jane's capacity for stealing scenes runs true to form in "The Holy Terror.". This gay comedy is built about a navy theme with Anthony Martin, Leah Ray, Joan Davis, El Brendel and Joe Lewis supporting the young madcap. Although -we have to admit that at times Jane as the pet of the naval air base is apt to overdo the role, it is her capacity to get herself and the gobs in hot water that makes the picture. Not at all ably^ done, "We're on the Jury," starring Victor Moore and Helen Broderick, has Its redeeming side in presenting a caricature of what a jury of 12 persons does when sent in to decide the fate of a woman charged with murder. The mur- d.er mystery is ··somewhat sub- --^LEAB LAKE OLD TIME DANCE ART'S NIGHT HAWKS L ;;i" FRIDAY *'·" BENNETT-GREIEN SAT. ART KASSEL Coming: Tuesday, March 9 Now -- Ends Tuesday TWO SMASH HITS! K NEW HIGH IX BRAND ENTERTAINMENT D J I V I E S - G A B L E CAIN a n d M A B E L merged in the comedy scenes, but everything comes out all right in the end and everybody is happy except the murderer, * * # · : Edna Ferber's "Come and Get It" will be brought to the screen of the Lake theater Tuesday only at Clear Lake. Edward Arnold has the leading role in this tale of the rise of a Wisconsin lumber baron to power, but he is given strong support-by Frances Farmer, Joel McOrea, Walter Brennan and Mady Christians. . Water at Greene Is Given State Approval GREENE -- Water Supt. Gene Montgomery, was notified by the state highway commission that the state board of health approved the water supply of the town of Greene. He was advised that the proper signs will be installed on primary highway No. 14, north and south of the city limits, so that visitors to Greene will understand that'the local water supply ' has been approved by the state board of health and is safe for drinking purposes. $ $ TUESDAY EDWARD ARNOLD in "Come and Get It" --with-Joel McCrea Francis Farmer Matinee 2:30, 10c-26c ENDS MONDAY · "Rainbow on the River" and "Stolen Holiday" Now and TUBS. WEDNESDAY COUNTRY STORE NITE THE BIG BARGAIN SHOAV ON THE SCREEN "LARCENY ON THE AIR" and "KELLY THE SECOND" SHEERJHRILLING ENTERTAINMENT PALACE Find out "what happens behind locked jury doors! VICTOR MOORE HELEN BRODEKICK "We're On the Jury" To-Every Lady Patron Roses of Sharon Dlnnerware Wed. and TJiurs. Ends Mon. -- "On the Avenue' S T A R T S T U E S D A Y waul BURNING ROMANCE Singeing With the Glory of Struggle He vrA.ked through danr«r'ii daor (o meet her . . . his belovtd enemy . . . the woman who betrayed Tilm . , , t h o u g h he TT« the only man she ever l o v e d . . . The Impassioned story of a man ivho d e d i c a t e d his TVhoIe Hie to a (real cause until he met A woman who alood /or he had sworn la* hate. MERLE OBERON BRIAN J A H E R N E KAREN MORLEY D A V I D N I V E N JEROME COWAN Porky's Road Race' Cartoon Week Day Matinee Prices 26c Until 6 P. M. On the Nose' Sport Latest News Events STARTS SATURDAY -- BIG DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM

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