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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 7, 1936
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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 7 B|-1936 GLOBE-GAZETTE SPORTS BAUER WINS TWO ATMAT CONTEST Promoter Stops Strangling as Monday Night Card Comes to Close. Promoter Carl Neiderman had to etop Frank Bauer of Swea City and Cyclone Nelson of Des Moines from what is laughingly called 'rassling after Bauer had won two out of three falls from Nelson in the main event at an armory card Monday night. Nelson, outraged at tbe Swea Cityan's dirty tactics, wrapped a - towel around Bauer's neck after the match had ended, and to the delight of the crowd, was strangling his opponent until Neiderman interrupted the proceedings. After Bauer had kicked Nelson out of the ring as the match opened Nelson came back and chased the Swea City villain out. Bauer sat down in a ringside seat tut made a quick dive for the ring when Nelson came after him. Bauer finally took the fall-with a toe hold in 9:32. Nelson embarrassed Bauer in the second fall as he broke the villain's supporter and went on to pin him in 8 minutes with a body press. In the finale Nelson chased Bauer out of the ring as he leaped all over and kicked the Swea Cityan. Bauer came back to try the usual routine of "holds" and pin his man in 8:31. Pat Arnolel of Minneapolis knocked out Kid MilJer of St. Cloud, Minn., scoring the kayo with a stiff right -hook followed by a jolting left jab which sent Miller through the ropes and on to the floor. He was counted out by Ref eree Willard Adams after 1:25 of the second round. Bob Kennedy found himself in possession of a claim to the women's wrestling championship of the world as a result of his conquest over Mae Meyers of Minneapolis in another 'rassle. Kennedy won in 16:12 with a cross scissors after being mistreated most of the way by the Minneapolis miss. Two tin ears and a broken nose testified that the winner had been through the ring wars. In paperweight matches Young True and "Speedy" Groe drew in three rounds of boxing and Elmer Groe won from brother Everett in a wrestling match. Says Bucky Harris: ORLANDO, Fla:--"Take it from me, the Washington Senators are going to be the surprise team of the American league. Don't get the idea that I have any pennant hopes in rny bonnt. We do know that we are going to have a much improved team and are shooting at fifth place. We may crowd out one of the much touted pennanat contenders, should any one shown signs of slipping. "Washington will have a young club, with a new spirit. It will have plenty of speed and as a manager I have always liked speed and tried to make every possible use for it. I would like a little more power and a little better pitching, but most of the clubs are in the same class. "One of our problems, perhaps our chief one, is a satisfactory shortstop. In our experiment to make Third Baseman Travis into a shorstop, we have met with much success. One of the best young hitters in th egame, Travis makes an ideal man for the shortstop position, if we can make the necessary changes in his fielding." OUT OF THE P R E S S B O X (Continued From Pase 15) were eliminated in the first and second rounds deserved the right to stay through the tournament at the expense of the I. H. S. A. A. "George A. Brown, secretary, says the tournament was a financial success. Some officials drew down excellent money on a percentage basis. The officials who so capably handled the tournament (not the game officials) earned their money. However, had it not been for the players there would not have been a tournament. "Let's give the game back to the boys, honor them throughout the tournament and forget about making more than expenses and a small reserve." * * * MASON CITY high school, playing in the final game of the state finals tournament, stayed four nights in Des Moines . . . spent ?100 besides the allowance made by the Iowa High School Athletic association . . . even after changing its original plan, and putting up at a medium-priced downtown hotel, instead of a higher-priced hostelry. » * * THE STATE body allowed Mason city 50 cents a meal, SI a room, and 50 cents a mile, one way, for xpense money . . . the allowance was made for only 10 boys and a coach . . . not including the student managers nor a trainer. * * * THE BOARD refused to pay for Mason City's Saturday evening meal or Saturday night hotel bill . . . which the local school would have had to pay whether the team had come home immediately after the final game or not, since checking-out hours are early in the evening . . . "The tournament was a financial success"--George A. Brown. it should have been. OLD TIMERS GET THREE-PLY EDGE Barney Duncan, Stoddard' Top Figures for Night in City Games. CITY LEAGUE 1-2--Huch I)nvry vs. Illtimfr's (ioldcn Glo* 3-1--nrckrr's plant vs. Standard OH. 5-6--International Track vs. Northwester States. 7-8--The Crane Company vs. Pontlacs. PANTHER LOOKS AT OLD RECORD (Continued From PARC IB) two members of the winning quartets will be back this year, it is believed the marks set last year will stand. The lowan's quarter mile time list year was :40.5 and the half mile 1:25.2. HANSEN TO HAVE TALENTED SQUAD (Continued From race Ifi) the Big Four conference meet, to be held here again. A district meet will also be held here. PROBABLE SCHEDULE April 18--X. Iowa Invitational. April 24-23--Drake Relays, les Molncs. May 2--Esthervllle Invitational. May Ifi--District meet. May 23--State meet, Ames. The Old Timers were big winner Monday night in the City Bowlin league, taking three games, whil Moose Legion and Stoddard's wo two, the latter squad rolling hig figures with a 1.0S4 and 3,057. Bar ney Duncan of Kozy Korner had 242 and 595 to top the individua figures. The Decker's Office-Coca Col game was postponed to Frida night at 7:30 o'clock. Secretary Hans G. Pusch sail that he would announce the offi cial- Lyons Classic prize list Wed nesday. HORTON SMITH IN TOP PRIZE MONEY (Continued From Page 15) Francisco, the professional "rookie and world's amateur champion fo the last two years, duplicated Jones finishing rounds of 73-77 for a_ even 300. BIG SALE IS NOW GOING IN FULL BLAST A sale of three high grade stocks for less than 50c on a dollar. Hundreds of satisfied customers hare crowded our store every day since the sale started. Ask your neighbors about the wonderful bargains they have gotten here. Here Are Just a Few Specials: MEN'S HATS In grey, brown, tan, green! 98 MEN'S SHIRTS In Broadcloth. $1 Value! 49 LADIES' SLIPS In Pure Silk $1.00 Value 1 LOT Men's U'Suits Sizes S4 to 38. Mun- slngwear, C a r t e r s , BVD, Coopers. Worth to SI BUY YARD GOODS NOW Organdies, Sateens^ Peter Pan Ginghams, Cretonnes, Wool Dress Goods, Hooks Eyes Snap Fasteners Buttons Hair Pins Button Hole Twist Braids Ribbons C Ric-Rac Safety Pins Hair Nets Belting 2 10c Silk Thread lOc Machine needles Crochet Hooks Crochet Cotton Ladies 9 Dresses For Street and Formal Wear. To $12.00 Values at $|.47 to $$.77 MEN'S Work Dress Shoes Oxfords To $6 Values! $1.39 to $2-97 BOYS TO WATCH DIAMOND MOVIE (Continued From Page 15) school squad will also appear there playing a doubleheader ApriJ 18. A warmup game for both teams will be played at the Roosevel' stadium diamond, with the Trojan opposing the Mohawks, as soon a the weather'permits. Coach Clayton "Chick" Suther land is blessed with a host of infield ers, including Henry "Hun" Hert Gale Lane, Gale Snell, Loren Sheck ler, Shuell Jones. Mickey Mac Don aid and Johnny Carroll. Outfielders Scarce. Outfield talent is scarce, however, and there will be some necessary conversions made as the season opens. Tom Sawyer of - Rockwei: heads the catching prospects, since LeRoy Mott is not enrolled in junior college this spring, while three pitchers are getting the center of attention: Quinton Diets, veteran high school southpaw, Merritt Noble, former Marquette flinger, and Oryille WfEte, also a Rockwell performer. Leland TJsher, who is an infield prospect but has natural speed, also was granted a try at the firing line Monday, as was Vince Campbell, husky footballer of last fall and basketball reserve during the winter season. 24 Report as Track Has Revival at New Hampton NEW HAMPTON -- After four years, track was resumed as a sport here Monday when 24 boys reported to Arthur E. Hewlett, Chickasaw coach. The following boys reported: Herbert Christolph, LaVerne Roths, Virgil DeDettingnies, Edwin Maurer, Mike McGee, Dale Eischeid, Kenneth Fessen. Joe Whalen, Loren Fenneman, Donald Pertratz, John Ripple, Bob Struble, Nehl McKone, Harry Carney. Glen Gaffney, Gerald Carney, Neal Kahoe, Ronald Peters, James Woodroof, Orlo Natvig, John Peterson, Harry Gunda- cher and Edwin Weigel. Bowling Scores Men's Suits Hart Schaffner Marx and Other Good Makes to $29.50 Values. $7-95 to$16-95 COME - GET YOUR SHARE OF THE BARGAINS LADIES' BLOOMERS and PANTIES To 50c Values! LADIES' WASH DRESSES New spring ^j|§ j prints--Fast f£«l 4Fj§ R colors. DlwIBlnlHp BRASSIERES To 75c Values! Ifc ACROSS CORNER FROM 123 NORTH FEDERAL KIRK APTS. MASON CITY KOZY KOESEB Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd To. AT. W. Duncan 150 191 144 485 182 F. Fermon 182 137 1ST 520 '75 F. Duncan 192 163 157 512 171 J. Duncan 172 IM 1,11 488 103 B. Duncan ' 163 180 242 535 JUS Actual Fins 859 806 881 2606 869 Handicap 67 67 67 201 67 TOTAL PINS . . . . 926 S33 948 2S07 936 .MOOSE LEGION Flayers-- 1st 2nd 3rd To. Av. E. shannon 166 179 181 S2« 17J J. Hamohrey 165 144 160 4155 155 A. Payee 165 196 180 341 180 E. Clansert 177 202 157 536 179 J. Berry 180 152 MO 492 164 Actual Pin» 843 Handicap . . . . . . . SI 873 91 844 2560 S/B 1)1 273 91 TOTAL PINS 93* DM 935 2833 334 STODDAnn'S Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd T». Av. 165 464 1.15 \\. V. Lorine . . . . 154 r. Sn.vdPr . . . . . . . . 156 H. Knrsfl 232 Spud Seal, Silent Comic, Stars in New Cecil Revue Pantomime Artist Once Featured in Movies. Spud Seal, peculiar silent comic from the Hal Koach studios, has proved to be one of the biggest hits in "Hollywood Holiday," billed Wednesday and Thursday at the Cecil, wherever it has played. One of the best of the pantomime artists during the days of the silent pictures, Spud's acts are even better on the stage. Many will remember him as the "Oh! Gosh" character in Our Gang comedies. Starring with Spud in this vaudeville revue are Johnnie Dunn, stage and screen star who acts as master of ceremonies; Mildred Perlee, America's sweetheart of the dance; Don Stone and Sugar Kane, a couple of kids who have made good with their own dance rhythms; Bill Thornton and his clever company of entertainers present some new angles in magic 1 ; the Ambassadors, versatile stage and dance band, play throughout the performance; and the Stalac Brothers and Pearl conclude the performance with some fast tumbling and aerial aero-* batic work. Meanwhile, throughout the revue, Sybil Lee and Joe Donaldson, aided by Johnnie Dunn and several of the band members, keep audiences laughing with their comedy. The picture with this stage pro 1 gram .is "The Prisoner of Shark Island." SPUD SEAL State Teachers to See Set of 1 7 Games Start Thursday on Ball Field CEDAR FALLS, IT game I f i l 173 172 J. r. Slodclard ... 141 IM 1S8 5011 ]7H C. H. Esllck ..... 2H I Ml 202 SO 1SB Actual Pin* Handicap . , . 834 SO!) MS 2652 8R1 13S 135 135 405 1.75 TOTAL FIN'S 1029 !I44 1084 31157 GLOBE-GAZETTE Playem-- 1st 2nd 3rd To. 0. Ber c 14B 187 165 408 E. Godfrey 181 195 IBS MS E. Jtmw 130 369 129 428 R. Stevens 178 138 179 495 Cal Dn-an 151 168 183 502 Actual Pins . . . . 786 857 Handicap in 114 825 24118 114 343 TOTAL rl.NS 9(10 971 838 1810 937 Flaycn TYLER-RYAN' 1st 2ml O. Walsh 155 IV. Tyler 175 A. Sondcrffanrd ... IfiT H. G, Punch 178 R. N. Johnson .... 183 Actual Plnj 858 72R Handicap 60 60 155 120 151! 161 131 3rd To. Av. 155 465 155 117 412 137 172 405 185 159 498 16fi 212 529 176 815 3399 893 60 180 60 STORE OPEN EVENINGS TOTAL PIN'S 91S 786 875 3579 953 OLD TIMEBS Plr.yrr*-- 1st 2nd 3rd To. Av. I.. A. Ail.lms IKS 171 1.17 .Ml IX* R. Mrllrm 135 158 167 4f,(l 153 .1. Deck"' 153 12!) 146 42X 143 A. B. M.irnonnM , 176 14S Ififi 490 163 G. S^nn , 204 17!) 1% 579 193 Arllldl tin. 8.14 785 8 7 2 2 5 1 1 843 ! Hatttkap lOfi 106 106 318 106 'TOTAL PINS seo »9i 9782829 919 schedule, 10 contests at home, has been arranged for the Iowa State Teachers college baseball team. The first game is with Iowa State here Thursday. THE SCHEDULE April 9 -- IOWA Slwtc, IIPTP. April II -- loiva Slntc, here. April 17 -- 1'lattt'vlllr, win.. Teachers, hrir. April 24-20 -- Liithrr, there. May 2 -- Itwa. here. May tl -- Slmnsnn, thrrr. -May 8-3-- River Fall*, \VI»., Tencheni, th lay 12 -- .Simpson. h»*rp. lay 15-16 -- Rlvir Jfalls, \Vl*-. Teachers, lay 20-21 -- I-nther. here. May 23 -- Alumni All-Stars, here. May 2D-30 -- \Vestcni Illinois Teachers nt )rake High Jumper Does Better Than Relay Mark DES MOINES, UP)--One of the Idest records on the Drake relay ooks, the 6 feet, 6 inches cleared y Harold Osborne of Illinois back 1922, will be seriously threatened t the 1936 games. Linn Philson; Drake's own con- ribution to the 'top flight of the ountry's trackmen, has done 6 feet, inches indoors, and expects to go igher in the outdoor competition. He won his pet event at the Drake assic last year with a leap of 6 eet, 5% inches. At Mason City THEATERS iberty Township Wins 4-H Basket Tournament LITTLE- CEDAR--The Liberty ownship 4-H basketball team won he Osage basketball tournament, efeating Wayne 22 to 8 and beat- ig Cedar township 14 to 8. oggy Course Faces List in North-South Contests PtNEHURST, N. Car., (ff)--A oggy course faced the field of 76 n the qualifying round of the an- ual north and. south women's golf lurnament here Tuesday. Rain, which caused postponement if the round Monday, left the greens aked and scores were expected to un high. Instead of paving her highways ustralia will bake the clay soil ase with a traveling down-draught ranee, which leaves behind it a ilid road baked to the consistency id smoothness of iron. ENDS TODAY "A TALE OF TWO CITIES" and "COBONADO BHYTHM" WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY FRANK MORGAN --In-"A Perfect Gentleman" --wilh-- Cicely Courtneidge Heather Angel - Una O'Connor Ladies' Gift Days Wednesday Thursday Mat. or Eve. D A N C E Avolon Ballroom, Manly Tuesday, April 7 HARVEY KING AND HIS ORCHESTRA Ladies 25c Gents 40c OLD-TIME D A N C E Thursday, April 9 Music by EARL HUNT Admission 25c NEW CECIL BEVUE PROMISES TO BE BEST YET THIS SEASON "Hollywood Holiday," the vaude- vilJe revue playing: Wednesday and Thursday at the Cecil, promises to be the best stage entertainment bro-ugit here so far this season. Johnnie Dunn, master of ceremonies, and his Hollywood Ambassadors, a 10 piece stage band, are featured attraction in the revue. Dunn has appeared in several Broadway productions, the most omport- ant being "No, No, Nannette." Spud Seal, silent comic who was formerly a familiar figure in Hal Roach comedies with his effective pantomime, is another stellar attraction, as is Mildred Ferlee who appeared in severol af the dancing numbers in the film, "Forty-Second Street." "The Prisoner of Shark Island," Warner Baxter's latest film, shares -he spotlight with the stage show. With him in this film are Gloria Stuart, Harry Carey, O. P. Heggie and Claude Gillingwater. * * * "The Trail ,of the Lonesome Pine," photographed in natural colors, is to start Saturday at the Cecil. FIND POLYNESIAN SPANKY M'FABLAND Times, 5 year old South Sea islander who enacts an important supporting role with Mala and Lotus Long in "Last of the Pagans," now at the Palace, proved to be a "natural" as an actor. His work demanded fewer retakes than that of many of the older natives and even some of the Hollywood veterans. Companion feature on this bill is the latest of Charlie Chan's mysteries, "Charlie Chan at the Circus." WILLIAM PAPST APPEAL DENIED Life Term of Cumberland Bank Robber Upheld by Supreme Court. DES MOINES, UP)--The Iowa supreme court Tuesday denied the appeal of William Papst of Council Bluffs, convicted of robbing the Cumberland Savings bank Sept. 7, 1934. Pabst is serving: a life sentence at Fort Madison penitentiary for the robbery which netted 5900. Two bank officials and a customer identified Papst as one of the four gunmen who held up the bank during his Cass county trial. Those who identified Papst were J. O. Stahl, assistant cashier; Charlie Schearer, cashier, and Hobart Reinhart, a customer. Papst's appeal was based on an alibi claim and a contention that Francis Harper, his nephew, participated in the crime. Filed with the appeal was a deposition by Harper saving he knew definitely Papst was not implicated in the holdup but refusing to state whether he himself took part. Harper is serving a penitentiary term for robbing a Nebraska bank. WHERE; SHALL WE GO IOWA'S FINEST BALLROOM FRIDAY 26c OLD TIME DANCE KELLY BROS. HARP ORCH. AL MENKE and His Orchestra SATURDAY, APRIL 11 Ladies 26c Gents 60e S. S. Tax Included Coming Thursday, April 16 · WILL OSBORNE Advance tickets 75c per person. On sale at the Surf and Huxtable drug. Door price $L10 tax Included. FREE MIXED DANCE DENISON CLUB Wednesday, April 8 Music By SWANEE'S ORCHESTRA "Follow the Crowd" NOW !- SHOWING Companion Feature: SLINKING, SNARLING BEASTS OF PREY ON THE TRAIL OF A HUMAN KILL! "CHARLIE CHAN AT THE CIRCUS" with WARNER OLAND WED. THURS. ONLY A Show That'll Speak For Itself! Famous Stage and Screen Personalities All in This Grand Stage Show! 8-BIG ACTS-8 FEATURING HOLLYWOOD AMBASSADOR ORCHESTRA 10--Piece Stage Band--10 --ON THE SCREEN- ASSASSIN:" They called him . . . and spat in his face as he cried out JOHXME DCN Hollywood's Prime Minister of Fun'' f*or- mercly In "^"o. No. Nannettc" Show 'I AM INNOCENT.' WARNER BAXTER SPUD SEAL The Ob* Gosh Fellow" of "Oar Gang" Comedies. IN A STORY BASED ON THE IJFE OF DR. SAMUEL A. MUDD MILDRED I.EE Appeared as the Control Waltz Dancer In the MoHon Picture "«ntl street." "The Prisoner of Shark Island" JOE DONAMON--SYBLE LEE--and others

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