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March 17, 1939

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

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10 BE-GAZETTE SPORTS SECTION St. Louis Browns to Keep "No Flag" Record This Year By HENRY McLEMOKE United Press IVriter JACKSONVILLE, Fla., (U.R)_ The St. Louis Browns are the only major league team never to win a pennant, and take it from this inexpert observer their record is safe for another year at least. I make this prediction with utter confidence, following a close study of the information gathered on tlie^ Brownies when I passed through San Antonio a few days ago. Two persons in complete agreement with me are Bill Deweitt, the general manager of the club and (he man who really i-urib it, and Fred Haney, the brand ne\\ manager. Haney, who managed !he Toledo Mud Hens last year, thinks he can make the team better than it was last year, however, and his optimism, oddly enough, is based on the fact that he is a newcomer, a stranger to his players. He believes that, having developed no Jikes or dislikes, he will be able to choose the best nine from the material available, and field a team completely free of friction and cliques. Haney brings a pleasing, but strong personality to the Browns. He can handle men, and that is the sort of boss the team needs. A bit down-trodden in spirit, the Browns can use a leader who refuses, to believe that seventh and eighth places are theirs by destiny, and that any higher goal is lutile. The chief worry of the Browns is the pitching staff, which, at the moment, is headed by the stubborn holdout, Buck Newsom Buck wants 520,000--a grand for each game he won last year--before he'll sign. When he signs and he will, his chief helpers will be Johnny Marcum, sore-arm boy from Buffalo; Fred Johnson, a sprightly gentleman of 43 who won a few games when he joined the club late last season; Ed Cole, who came up from Texas with a whale of a reputation, which was deflated a bit in major company Hussell Van Atta, another sore- arm doubtful, and James Walkup. The rookies are Bill Trotter, getting his second fling in the majors; Harry Kimberlin, who complains of a sore stomach: Bill Miller, a Hollywood product, and others of doubtful quality. The catching staff should be better, with Joe Glenn, obtained from the Yankees, doing most of the work. Billy Sullivan will scrap it out with Harold Spindel, who was drafted from 'Seattle,TM for the No. 2 catching spot. Nine Receive Letters in Rake Cage Squad ·HAKE--Letters were awarded to nine squad members oE the boys' basketball team for the 1938-39 season. Seven senior lettermen are Orlando Quame, Omer Folven, Lloyd Rygh, Percing Pure, Arnold Hodnefield, John Sorlien and Jerald Quam. Roger Hanson, junior, and Max Smith, sophomore, received letters. The team, coached by Ortell Forsluiid for the past three years, is county champion of Winncbago county for three consecutive years and won the sectional tournament two years. Its record for this season includes 20 victories out of 27 games. CALIFORNIA TOP IN A. A, U. MEET Tournament Moves Into Semifinals of Basketball Race DENVER, W 3 )--Two California teams led the charge for the National-A. A. U. basketball championship into the semifinal stage: Friday. One of them swept into tin. ncxt-to-last round after delivering tile most hair-raising overthrow in this 33rd renewal of basketball's "world series." in whicl 48 teams from all corners of the nation have bumped into defca since Sunday. The Bartlesville, Okla., Phillips fought down a thrilling challenge by the Colorado Springs Antlers for a- 28 to .24 upgrade victory Denver, pushing on through a bracket which has proven far easier than the flight in which Holly- v-'ood and the Phillips are stationed, outclassed a hard-trying Seattle, Wash,, Alpines team 3! to 21. In the mot hopelessly uneven game of the tournament, the San Francisco Olympics dealt the Chicago Harmons a 46 to 19 shellacking. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Divisions of Ladies Aid of Garner M. E. Church Have Meeting GARNER--All divisions of the Ladies' Aid ot the local Methodist Episcopal church joined in a meeting at the church Thursday afternoon. A program planned by Mrs. Victor Schuldt consisted of a whistling solo by Mrs. Emory Brown, John Surballe's contest oration on safety, and a soprano solo by Jo Ann Mertz. More than $90 was taken in at the chicken pie dinner. Mexico joins National Sandlot Tournament NEW YORK, U.R--Ray Du- rnont, president of the National Semi-Pro Baseball Congress, announced Friday that Mexico will participate in the sandlot movement this year. The 16 leading players ot the national finals at Wichita. Aug. 11-23, will play a seven-game series at Monterey and Mexico City in September. Wallace Substituted for Kelly in Fight DES MOINES, ( # ) -- J o h n n y Wallace of Kansas City, Mo., has been substituted for Jimmy Kelly of Great Falls, Mont, as opponent against Frankie Covelli of Des Moines in a 10 round boxin* match here Monday night, Promoter Pinkie George said Friday TEAMS EQUAL IN INTERGOLLEGE Warrensburg Upset by Peru With Plenty of Fast Breaks KANSAS CITY. Mo., (U.R)-- Jasketbsll teams from the West Virginia mountains, the California Drune belt, the Nebraska corn fields'and the, Kansas blue stem pastures were on equal footing Friday in their quest for the national intercollegiate basketball championships. The upset of Warrensburg. 45 to 31, by Peru was accomplished by the simple formula of outrunning the tired Mules. Peru, one of the fastest breaking teams in the meet, sent all five men galloping to the basket with short- shots and set-ups to demoralize the Missourians. San Diego, its squad cut to six men by injuries, limped into the semifinals with a 45 to 41 triumph over Manchester, of North Manchester, Ind. Capt. Milton Phelps made six baskets despite a painful charley-horse. Southwestern made its 53 to 37 victory over Maryville, Mo., Teachers look easy because of the smooth, deliberate manner of scoring. Lloyd Tucker made 25 of hfs teams' points. Glenville, highly regarded because of an upset victory over Wayne University of Detroit, showed that confidence in it was not misdirected by beating a stubborn St. Ambrose quintet, 52 to New Hampton Athletes Will Be Honored NEW HAMPTON--New Hamp ton high school athletes will be feted by the Chamber of Commerce at the April meeting, H. W David, president, announced Fri day. Marshall and Swift Will Meet Davidmen JOICE -- The Hou.-;e of David team will play Marshall and Swift Wednesday in a basketball game at the local gymnasium. Baking Bread Theme of Home Project Session at Fenton FENTON--"Of all the jobs a woman can do there"is none which so repays in satisfaction and intensity as baking bread." was the theme of the final lesson whicl was on "Bread Making" in thi: year's home project work on Wed nesday at the home 'of Mrs. Wil Weisbrod. Mrs. Elsie Dreyer, Leader A. gave the lesson, also a demonstration on making and baking whole wheat bread. A great deal of time was spen on the eight music memory numbers, which are operas. Mrs. W E. Laage had, charge of the music 60 Attend Forest City Legion and Auxiliary Party FOREST CITY--Over 60 Legionnaires and Auxiliary members met at the Forest City Legion hall to observe the 20th anniversary of the Legion Wednesday evening. The Forest City post has grown to a membership of more than 70 in the Legion and more than DO members in the Auxiliary. The evening was spent socially playing card games and Chinese checkers. Father Maynard to Judge Declamatory Test at Bancroft LEDYARD -- Father Maynard, pastor of the Sacred Heart church will be a judge of the semifinal declamatory contest of this section of the diocese which will be held it the St. John's auditorium at Bancroft, Saturday afternoon at 2 J. m. The contestants are from St. John's of Bancroft, parochial schools at Ayrshire and Pocahontas. Anniversary Party leldatSpillville 3y Legion Groups SPILLVILLE -- The American .egion and Auxiliary celebrated he twentieth anniversary jubilee at a joint meeting Wednesday evening at the town hall. A special program was held. Visits at Rodman H U T C H I N S --Miss Adeline Wirtz is spending a few days with "ler mother, Mrs. Anna Wirtz, -it Hodman, while a brother Edvin Wirtz, with whom Mrs Wirtz makes her home, is on a motor np to Sabatha. Kans. Mr. Wirtz vas accompanied by Miss Lucile Bradlau and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Affolter of West Bend. Learn O f Death WESLEY--Mrs. Carson Simpon has returned home from her larental home near Ottumwa .'here she was called due to the mess of her mother. Later in he week she received word that er father dierj Friday. Goes to Yuma, Ariz GALT-- Eldon Schroder ieft for Yuma, Ariz., where he will visit is sister and family. Mr. and Mrs. A. t. Muss, and his brother-Willis Schroder. Uraham Is Speaker at Legion Meeting CRYSTAL LAKE--The American Legion held its meeting Tuesday evening in the hall with Gilbert Dullard presiding, at the meeting. Joe Graham of Forest City, eighth district commander, was the guest speaker. Members of Belmond Club Have Meeting BELMOND--Dr. and Mrs. L. R. Parsons entertained members o£ the Fortnightly club at a dinner at Trafford's tea room Thursday' evening. After the dinner the members went to the Parsons lome to play bridge. FIGHT RESULTS By United Press ST. LOUIS--Everett Rijhlmire, 127' Sinux City, outpointed Leo Kodak i:a Chicago (10 i . Visitors at Rake RAKE--Mr. and Mrs. Juhl Gravely and Gloria and Mrs. Harry Hendrickson of Willmar, Minn., are spending a few days at the home of Mrs. Dorothy Jacobson, who is ill. 20th Anniversary of Legion Is Observed CORW1TH--Members of Elmer Wilson post No. 229, the American Legion, and the Auxiliary met at the American Legion hall Wednesday evening to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the American Legion. A pot luck supper was enjoyed and cards, music and an anniversary radio program furnished entertainment for the evening. HUSBAND THRILLED BOY'. THIS IS WHAT I CAU. REAL \ COFFEE! SO RICH . . . AND WHAT SWELt F L A V O R ! I ( IT'S THE NEW R A D I A N T ^ )ROA$r MAXWElt HOUSEI A NEW.FAR RICHER BUND . . . ROASTED BY THE MARVEI.OUS NEW RADIANT ROAST METHOD |2GRmDSi| DRIP OR ^JOMi^ m ml M A X W E L L HOUSE Chuck Fenske's Bid at Indoor Mile Mark to Highlight Relays CHICAGO. i/Pi--Chuck Fenske's bid for a new indoor mile record j will highlight the eleventh annual ! Armour Tech relays Saturday at ; 1lie University of Chicago ficld- ! house. i Kcnske's best time for the dis- ; lance--four minutes 8.3 seconds- was made in lasl year's Tech relays. Last week, however, he defeated Glenn Cunningham, holder of the indoor record, and Saturday he will be after the record itself--4:04.4. Pacing the former University of Wisconsin runner in the special matched race will be another Badger, Walter Mehl. who holds the Big Ten mile and the intercollegiate two-mile championships, and Tommy Deckard. form e r Indiana runner. J i m m y Smith, another former Hoosier. was (o vim in the event, but j Armour o f f i c i a l s announced Fridwv i he h«d w i t h d r a w n . No reason was i Riven. WANTS FEDERAL COSTS REDUCED Byrd Demands Revamp Gut Expenditures as Well as Inefficiency WASHINGTON, (/Pi -- Senator Byrd (D., Va.) demanded Thursday that the government reorganization bill be fashioned into a two-edged weapon for cutting federal expenditures as well as inefficiency. Shortly 'belore the house-approved measure was brought up for debate in the senate, Byrd declared he would offer some "strong economy amendments." "They would provide for retrenchment wherever possible," he said, "as a way fo start cutting federal expenditures in the interest of a balanced budget.-" The reorganization debate appeared likely to overshadow f or j the present the controversy over another question of federal spending--President Roosevelt's request for a 5150,000,000 emergency relief fund. · * His recommendation, o n c e turned down by congress, is pending before a house subcommittee, which called WPA Administrator F. C. Harrington back to the capital Thursday for further examination on relief needs. . ' Advocates of the Byrd proposals expressed the belief they would give the senate economy bloc a rallying point at a time when many members are talking about cutting expenditures as a means of inspiring business confidence. Byrd's proposals were expected to draw.the fire of administration leaders, whose emphasis has been primarily on increasing the efficiency of federal bureaus Supporters of the bill, however, argue that government reorganization inevitably would bring savings. ilUDAY, MARCH 17, 1938 M3ME GY O.8.K. WOV1C EDITOR Shirley Temple in Technicolor iri "Little Princess," Cecil-Bound supporting roles as the young lovers in the sfory. Others in ';The Little Princess" -e Ian Hunter, Cesar Romero, Arthur Treacher, Mary Nash, Sybil Jason; Miles Mander and n Beryl Mercer, plus a host of lessers. G e n e Markey, w h o recently w e d March Meeting of Auxiliary Is Held CRYSTAL LAKE--The March meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary was held Tuesday afternoon in the hall with Mrs Sid Biggie and Mrs, Ray Higgle as hostesses. Mrs. Lela Gordon presided at the meeting. G I a m o r g i rl H e d y Lamarr, is a s s o c iate producer of the -- picture. Shirley Temple At the Palace Carol Lombard and James Stewart are seen beginning Saturday in the future Mrs. Gable's first serious effort, "Made for ,, - - -- · SALE SATURDAY KENSETT--A street sale will e held Saturday commencing at o clock, sponsored by the Community club. Sunday - Monday - Tuesday March 19 - 2Q - 21 The Technicolor Triumph "KENTUCKY" --with-LORETTA YOUNG RICHARD GREENE v --and-WALTER BRENNAN Ends Friday "Heart of the North" SATURDAY 2 Features Edxv. G. Robinson in "I AM THE LAW" Kids lOc Adults 2Gc Bargain Matinee 2 p. m.--16c "Annabel Takes a Tour" SUN. MON. Stars of Radio. Stage and Screen In M-C-M's Melody Hit! HONOLULU * Eleanor POWELL * Robert YOUNG * George BURNS * G r a c i e ALLEN Added Shorts ^-Donald Duck Cartoon Alarch of Time Nc\vs Continuous Sunday I to J l MOVIE MENU CECIL--."Persons in Hiding" Friday. "The LUtle Princess" begins Saturday. . PALACE -- "Persons in Hiding" Friday. "Made for Each Oiher" and "Pirates of the Skies" begin Saturday. STRAND--"Sunset Murder Case" and "Song of the Buckaroo" through Saturday. STATE--"Main Event," "South of Arizona," and Flash .Gordon serial, through Saturday. LAKE--(Clear Lake)--"Heart of the North" ends Friday. V "I Am the Law" and "Annaiel Takes a Tour" Saturday. Each OlKer." With them in this dramatic cinema are Charles Coburn, Lucile Watson, Eddie Quillan and others. SerioUs Cinema . . . Co-feature is "Pirates of the Skies," which features Kent Taylor, the native Nashuan, and Rochelle Hudson in a story of a Hying officer. Lucien Littlefield, Ray Walker and Regis Toomey are included in the east. Saturday film fai-e at the Lake theater in Clear Lake consists of ' Annabel Takes a Tour," which features Jack Oakie and Lucille Ball, and "I Am the Law," starring Edward G. Robinson .in a gang-buster film. When' king and queen come visiting, it is news for months. Yet we l a u g h , at the village paper which tells ns the Joneses are visiting kin there. -- Cedar Rapids Gazette. Mrs. George Steele Presents Concert at Meeting in Belmond BELMOND--Centuiy club met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. George Steele. She gave a concert of songs by famous composers. Miss Ellen Smith vocal instructor in the Mason City nigh school, accompanied Inga Hill-Steele. Interesting f a c t s about the life of the composer were given by Mrs. .Steele before each selection. Picking sjdes in Europe takes a ot_ of ignorance. The side that ooks best is the one we know least about.--Lincoln Star. f fff|A THEATE R J L 1 U U M A N L Y NOW SHOWING-- IN TECHNICOLOR 'JESSE JAMES' A Picture You'll Long Remember--Evening Shows 7:15-9:30 Admission lOc - 26c -- STARTS SUNDAY -- j "Artists Models Abroad" Roller .Skating ARMORY Saturday Nile Sunday Afternoon and Kite Sat. Afternoon for School Children-A 16 C MIXED DANCE AVALON BALLROOM MANLY, IOWA Saturday, March IS EARL HUNT And His Revelers Admission 2Sc, Plus Tax COMING Tuesday, March 21 BOBBY GRIGGS ' PLANS NEW BUILDING GARNER--Plans for building a one-story fireproof structure j'n Garner's business district were announced by Dr. George A. Bemis. He has purchased the building which now houses the BBB sandwich shop and plans to build a modern office at a later date. Charity isn't the only thing that covers a multitude of sins. There's the word "ideology." -- Keu-ance Star Courier. F A V T H E A T E R *J «·· Nora Springs Fri., Sat., March 17 - 18 ANDY DEVINE in "STRANGE FACES"--Also "FLAMING FRONTIER" Sun., Mon., Tues., March 19-20-21 TYRONE POWER and LORETTA YOUNG in "SUEZ" Wednesday Cf Thursday March 22-23 George Raft - Henry Fonda and Dorothy JLainour in 'Spawn of the North' MATINEE 2:30 EVERY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY The W ay they danced back in 1900 . . . is the way they dance now at the MOOSE OLD-TIME DANCE Huck Shaffer Orchestra SATURDAY, MARCH 18 Biggest crowd of the season last Saturday night. Always FRL, HUCK SHAFFER | SAT., DOC LAWSON ST. PATRICK' S PWHBBP**^M^V^M^ PLUS ADDED t J M ATTRACTION Kfic - lie -- Tax In el. SUNDAY-Paul Moorhead Dance Class 8:15 to 9:30 Then R e g u l a r Dincing. 50 Instructors Z6e - SOc Tax Included LATE BUS EVERY FRI. - SAT. - SUN. Special Tuesday, Mar. 21 HERBIE HOLMES 1.SH Featuring.the three rhythm rebels, four Levee Loungers, the Glee Club, Nancy Hutson, Gene Babbitt and others beard nightly over CBS in recent months from Edfirewafer Beach Hotel. Ladies 40c - Gents 80c--"Plus Tax Showing Friday Only At Both CECIL and PALACE From J. Edgar Hoover's Book "PERSONS IN HIDING" with Lynne Overman Patricia Morrison 4 BIG DAYS--STARTS SAT. FKI. AND SAT. ONLY A First Run Western N E W Young love . . . with its joys, problems, tears! The first baby . . . the heartbreak of scpara- LOMBARD JAMES STEWART 'Made For Each Other' She . h a d ' a great fight on her hands to keep them tot e t h c r! To save her love for him! | PLUS -- FEATURE NO. 2 The Air Patrol Zooms Tracking Down Air Crooks! K E N T TAYLO Rochelk HUDSON Universal Picture YOUR FAJflLY THEATER -NOW SHOWING THRU SATURDAY NITE PRICES Iflc - I6c - 21c TEX RITTER --in-HP- V C.;V Song of the Buckaroo" Plus Feature No. 2 SALLY RAND 'SUNSET MURJDER CASE" Pins -- Chapter 4 "LONE RANGER RIDES AGAIN" MICKEY MOUSE CARTOON Coming HARRY CAREY - TIM HOLT--"tAW WEST OF S U N TOMBSTONE" and JANET GAYXOR - DOUGLAS 3 U N . FAIUBAXKS. JK..--"THE YOUNG I . V H E A R T " C B I M ? R O C K S S P O R T WOHIDI Chapter 1--"Flash Gordon's Trip to Mars" Kiddies Sat. Matinee Ad- milled With 5 Milk Caps From SWEET CLOVER DAIRY Plus 5c at Box Office 3 BIG DAYS _ STARTS SAT. I FILMED IN TECHNICOLORI j A NEW AND DIFFERENT SHIRLEY! A STORY for ADULT ENTERTAINMENT! THEf SCREEN TREAT OF 10c Ticket A LIFETIME! True greatness acclaimend by glorious appreciation of the world's most popular star in a spectacular triumph! THE LITTLE PRinCESS k witfi "^ Richard GREENE ANITA LOUISE IAN HUNTER CESAR R O M E R O IN TECHNICOLOR --plus-MICKEY MOUSE Cartoon And Latest News Erenti COMING -- Saturday, March 25 Radio's Headline Hit! CHARLIE MCCARTHY --and-EDGAR B E R G E N - W . C. FIELDS "YOU CAN'T CHEAT AN HONEST MAN" Coming to the PALACE THEATER-SATURDAY, MARCH 25, "SON OF FRANKENSTEIN^

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