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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 9, 1937
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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MABCH 9 · 1937 -1 i ZETTE RTS DOUBLEATO AIRBATTLES Broadcast Rights to Make Heavy Money for Minov League This Year. COLUMBUS, (ff--The American association sold its 1937 league-wide broadcasting privileges today for:enough to pay its umpires, 'the president's', salary and all administrative costs for the season. ' ; President George M. Trautman. who signe'd the agreement after approval from the eight club owners, said it was the first time an entire league had contracted for the "airing" of its games. Trautman declined to say how much the league received for the radio privilege, but announced tha,t the usual administrative assessment of four-cents an admission against each club had been canceled for the coming campaign. The radio revenue, he said, would more than offset the league receipts derived from the admission assessment; . ' ,-: '·The clubs, which in the -past had sold their.' own broadcast rights, will retain the^ four cents usually paid the league on each admission, arid ·Trautman said each club would benefit by.the change. ' Last year the league played to 1,235,000 paid admissions, giving the league approximately $50,000 in administrative funds from the admission assessment. Trautman said .the loop anticipated an attendance increase this year, indicating the .. broadcast rights brought more than the $50,000 paid In by the eight clubs during 1936. Bakers Win Cage Go With Dougherty Five Diamond Bread's Bakers defeated the Dougherty Independent basketball team, 50 to 30, getting away to a 13 to 8 start and leading all the way. The Bakers also play the Lcland Merchants, Wesley and Forest City this week. Teams wishing to schedule games may write to box 42 at Mason City, .it was announced by Manager C. H. Lennan. THE BOXSCOKE BAKERS--oO [DOUGHERTY--3D l E T f t p C I , ft It pi · fterbencr f 5 1, OlCampbell f , 5 - 0 0 Humphrey, f 3 D l[Campbell f - Z 0 3 Lane f Lennan t Boytt g Isaacson g 1 0 0 Campbell , . 1 0 1 Campbell f e 4 1 0 Kelih f 7 0 3 2 -2" 0| TOTALS 23 4 5 TOTALS Score by quarters: DIAMOND BREAD ____ 1^ 27 DOUGHERTY ......... 8 II R e f e r e e : Campbell. G O O 3 0 1 2 0 .1 EXPERTS LOOK AT CAGE MEETS (Continued From Sport F*ce) honorable mention list will be announced. ' Boys selected- in the poll of the "Jury of 1,000," probably the most elaborate sports poll ever taken in Iowa, will be presented with I. D P. A. certificates setting forth the honor accorded them in being selected ori an all-state team. SHAMROCK FIVE HAS TITLE HOPE (Continued From Sport FajeJ : I inch junior forward, swished the net exactly 100 times and added 20 free throws this season to lead the- Shamrock scoring, averaging II points a game with a total of 220. Ted Kaduce, 6 foot 4 inch center, got 55 goals and 16 free throws for 126 points. Paul "Herman" Schuldt, junior who just touched the 6 foot mark, scored 128 points on 43 goals and IS free chances. Bill Lemhe, 6 foot guard, and Rube Grosshuesch, midget sophomore forward, are tied witji 23 goals and eight free tosses each, to total 54.points. Klemme defeated Hayfield, 75 to 18, in a conference game this season, to set a North Iowa scoring record for the year, while Jorgenson set a home court high mark when he poked m 15 goals out of 30 attempts and caged three free trials for 33 points. SEASON'S RECORD Klemm 4G; Corwilh 24. ' 41; Ventura SI. 33; AVoden*20. 3»J Erltt IS. ' 34; Kanawha 12. 20; Ventura 22. : -10; Crystal Lake IB. . 35; Garner 16. ·SI: Delmond 28. ' 31; Goodell 33. S3; Woden 15. 37; Corwilh 15. 25: Kanau-ha 06. 3'-; Crystal Lake 1C. 15; H a y f l e l d 18. 25; Goodell 21. 35; Ilayfielu 1 20. COUNTY TOURNAMENT mm 23: Goodell 30. SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT 30; Letand 14. 28. HanlontoTm IG. 31; Rack Falls fl. Waverly Top Squad as Northeast Wheel Ends Basket Scraps NORTHEAST IOWA CONFERENCE (Final Standing.) . W. L. Pet. IVavcrly R I .880 West Union 5 I .8,13 Waukon H J .(i07 New Hampton -f t .300 Osase . -· 5 B .433 Charles City . 5 C ,45.1 Decorah .1 G .333 Oelwefn n 5 .000 N'ashua 0 1J .000 NEW HAMPTON--Waverly won .lie Northeast Iowa conference cage title by walloping Nashua 26 :o 12 during the past week. The 3o-Hawks held the Brownies to one field goal. The game with Nashua was scheduled late in the eason when it was apparent that he Waverly team would be in the title race. A team, to win. the flag, must play eight league^games The Go-Hawks with an un- jlemished conference record hand- ly won its sectional meet at Oel- vein. The members of the league were in five sectional-tournaments, "our of them won the Class A :itle while Osage lost out at Northwood to Lake Mills, the winner in the finals. FOUR PLAY FOR IOWA CAGE WIN (Continued From Snort Pace) Marshalltown in the second of the semi-finals. The Marshall county boys defeated Sacred Heart o Fort.Dodge, 32 to 26, while the Saints overcame St. Paul's o£ Defiance, 42 to 25. NORSE CONTEST FDR NEW HONOR Luther College Enters Meet for. Champions, Scraps Missouri's Best. ... DECORAH--Coach Hamlet Peterson's Luther Norsemen, Iowa conference basketball champions, have accepted an invitation to participate in a college championship basketball tournament to be held at Kansas City, Kan., March 9-12. In their first game, played Tuesday, the Norse cagers 'met the Missouri slate champions, Central Teachers college at Warrensburg. Represented in the tournament are eight states, only the championship team of each state conference participating. Titlists from Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Iowa, Indiana, Illinois and South Dakota will seek the college championship of the midwest in the four-day meet. FULL CLUB SET FOR HARD WORK (Continued From Sport Fare) down at his right arm. The club's hurling staff looms strong. Vern Kennedy, the slim righthander who won 21 games last year, has been troubled by a knee injury, but:believes it won't hamper his work. Johnny Whitehead, the big Texan who was a whiz in 1935 and won 13 games last year, showed up leaner than ever this spring. Bespectacled Bill Dietrich, Italo Chelini, Clint Brown, Mcrritt (Sugar) Cain, and Monty Stratton complete the regulars back. Rookies Come Up. Dykes has several rookie pitchers, including Frank Papish and Gale Wolfe, acquired from Omaha, but frankly doesn't know what they have as yet. His infield, with Zeke Bonura at first, Jackie Hayes at second, himself at third, and Shortstop Luke Appling, leading batter in She American league last year, was one of the best balanced in the circuit in 193G. Mike Kreevich, the crack sophomore; Mule Haas, Rip Radcliff, Dixie Walker, Larry Hosenthal, of vhom much is expected, and a couple of newcomers--that's the prospective outfield. Four Classes to Be m Y Wrestle Tests Four classes of Y. M. C. A. boys' department wrestlers will com- jete for local mat championships n a meet scheduled to 'open Friday, March 19, it was announced Tuesday by Bud Hcneman, wrestling instructor. All Y. M. C. A. members in the boys' division are eligible. Classes will 'include wrestlers from 80 to 90 pounds, from 90 to 100, from 100 to 115, and from 115 pounds or over. HING1UAN DIES CHICAGO, ( / P ) -- A l b e r t J. Smith, announcer at the Dempsey- Tunney. heavyweight fight at Soldier field in 1927, will be juri Wednesday. He died Sunday at the age of 59. send Studebaker sales up ACTUAL PKOTOOIIAPH :HICK SQUAD TO BID FOR HONORS (Continued From Sltort Page) cored 44 points in the seven ;ames that he .played. Horgen had he most personal fouls of · any nember of the team.. In seven games the "Bomber" had 17. During the" 15 regular scheduled games the Chickasaws. won 10 ames, losing five. New Hampton cored 370 points while opponents cored 301 points, the average be- ng 24.67 points for Nevv Hampton nd 20.07 for the opponents. New [ampton averaged 7.67 personal ouls a game while the opponents veraged 11.07 fouls. New Hamp- on made 42.4 per. cent of its free irows while the opponents aver- ged 398 per cent S C OB1NG BE C OHDV 1FT PF- .,*£ /T*HE big 1937 Studebaker must have JL impressive price appeal as well aa eye-appeal to be selling so remarkably. And a car for car comparison will convince you that you'll do better to invest in a Studebaker than in any other car you can name I For just a few cents a day more than cars that EQ.UAtS QR BETTERS ECONOMY OF LOWEST PRICED ' " ' ,CftRS! Studebaker size, of Studebaker construction, engineering and innovations ,.. and the almost incredible new Studebaker gas and oil savings which equal or better those of lowest priced cars. . Follow the smart buyers . . . see and drive a big, smartly styled new 1937 Studebaker first! Stiide- teemingly coat leas to buy, you get the extra value of . baker's C. I. T. budget plan offers low time payments. NORTH IOWA MOTOR CO. 520 North Federal Pioneers and Pacemakers Phone 896 W. E. TITUS, Brill, Iowa K. H. MOTOtt CO., Ciiarlcs City, Towa II. A.O. MOTOR CO., Forest City, Iowa DOEBEL SERVICE GARAGE, Ilanlnnt.wn, Tow ELL1NGSON MOTOR CO., SI. Ans^ar, Iowa IfEIKO STOHR Jt SONS, Woden, Iowa Succeeds Murray MILWAUKEE, (JP)--John L. "Paddy" DriscoII, coach and athletic director at St. Mel's high school, Chicago, signed i. contract Monday to coach football at Maruuellc university. As head coach, DriscoII succeeds Frank J. Murray, who resigned recently to become head coach at the University of Virginia. · The contract's terms were withheld. DriscoII will take over his new duties next Monday. HONORS GIVEN OUT TO THREE wo City Bowling Squads Win Three, Dairy Has Best Total for Night. CITY LEAGUE SCHEDULE TUESDAY GAMES Hers ·2--Collage Grill vs. Moose Lodfe. -4--Open. -S--lingo Davey vs. Sluddard's. -8--Kozy Xorner vs. Old Timers. SUNDAY GAMES 1:15 o'clock. ·Ko*y Korner vs. StoddartTs. · -1--Old Timers Vs. Moose Lotlxc. -r--Open. -Hugh Ilavey vs. Cottarc G r i l l . 3:15 o'clock, -·i-- Decker's Olfice vs. tlcrmaiisan'x, - 1 -- G o l d e n ' G l o w vs. Maple Inn. -Fi---Open. -8--Decker's riant v.s. Tyler-Ryan. The night's honors were split iree ways Monday in the City 'owling league, when Decker's 'lant and ' Tyler-Ryan Furniture ach won three games, defeating Vlaple Inn and Decker's Office, vhile Hermanson Dairy was win- lihg two contests from · Golden ilow and bowling the high total, ,904. Leo Coggins rolled a 640 series vhile Chuck Kaufman had a 245 ingle for the best individual figures. City league teams will bowl a ull schedule Sunday; it was also announced by Secretary Hans G. 'usch. i TS'LEK-KVAN FURNITURE Players-- . 1st ini 3rd Tola! Av. Vail 180 1X0 1:!8 -188 ]G3 Valsh 151) 174 I!I3 533 117 "ylcr j;g He 101 4BK 163 'usch . . . . . . 134 1G7 ^02 ?i03 1GS ohnson 188 188 :!DO · 585 105 50 in n iarry Carney ( erald Carney g [cKonc f n arson g a atvfff c 7 ' orjreu c l!l Ipnle g- n clinurr K I abcock r " 2 11 · 1 1 .15 '.T Hi I SEASON'S ItECOni) New Hampton 42; Sumner I t . New llamplon 'M; Fretlcricksburc -3. New llamplon 28; Clear Lake 13. New Hamplon 17:.Rochester (7tlnn.) 36. New 1/nmplon .'(8; Cresco 3. New Hampton 41; Q a g e 25. New l l a m p l o n :JO; West Union :!'!. New Hampton lit; Waverly 21. Xew Hampton 17; R o o s e v e l t (Cedar IU .Ids) 10. New* Hampton 22: necorali :'S. New Hampton 15; Charles City 12. New Hampton 20; Oclwelii I t . New I l . t m p l o n 18: Cedar Falls 33. Nciv Hamplon 12; C r e H c o r, TOTALS 370; OPPONENTS 301. SECTIONAL T O U R N A M E N T New Hampton :ft: Nashua M. New Hamplon 25; Charles Cily 21. Frey Named Trainer for Iowa U Athlete IOWA CITY, (/P) -- Willian (Bill) Frey, prominent outboarc motor boat racer, has accepted a position of assistant trainer at the University of Iowa and .will as sume his new duties April 1. Coach Irl Tubbs announcec Tuesday that Frey, who has servec Tubbs as head trainer at Miam University, will come to Iowa ti serve as an assistant trainer ti Dr. Williard Hayne. Yankee Star's Older Brother With Boston ST.. PETERSBURG, Fla., (£)-- Vince DiMaggio, older brother o tile Yankees' sophomore stai promises to develop into a majo league third baseman. Bill Me Kechnie, the Boston Bees man ager, tired him out in an infiel that included Elbie Fletcher a first, Eddie Mayo at second am the Veteran Bill Urbansl-' a shortstop and his only crit.cism was that Vince was rushing hi throws to first. Actual Pins .. 830 Handicap . . . . ^3 902 259G 73 210 TOTAL TINS . . 912 MS BIS 2815 DECKER'S OFFICE Players -- 1st 2nd 3rd Total I. Kaufman .. 1-13 ·alt . . . . . . . . . . . . I l l Upson ......... 1!T Lindsay .. ...... 201 j M n n D o n a ) d ' . . 1 2 L 134 131) 13;l lfl IfiS 398 Jia 153 310 I5L Actual Tins .. OTJ 1.1D 7 » ( XUK7 Handicap H. 9.7 3j 2BJ TOTAL PINS .. 857 S5! SIS 2oSU HSS IVIAPI-K IS'.V 1'layerj-- 1st 2nd 3rd Total IZyan HO 107 191 417 Irom 17X I 7 » 171 S27 lorks 197 I'lO Ml) IJJIT "iakcr ]:I7 175 128 ,| In Powell 202 159 201 565 Actual Pitts .. firs! KIX H a n d i c a p 39 3:i 871 2.173 on 177 Av. M!) 1 1 1 7 183 838 :,'j OTAL TINS . , 022 837 833 27.VJ 31' DECKER'S PLANT Players-- . 1st 2nd 3rd Tolal orglns IBIS 22fi 231 CIO oe 155 IfiS 'loo 4G5 'oe . ; · . . ; . . i i . - . . ; 153 153 310 H a d d y . - . . . - ; . - : ' . % . · - ; . ;-.-,(. 138 : 138 luf . . V . . . . . 103 184 HO 517 ":. Kaufman . . i 213 177 150 512 Actual Pins Handicap . . .. !H1 .. -lit 897 S14 21112 43 -13 12!) 'OTAL PINS .. 071 IHII 837 2111 11ERMANSON DAlllY ri.iycrs- :rumbholz .. .ee ·'eaman underson . . . 1st 2nd 3rd Total 11i8 103 l!)5 550 1(12 Ml 102 103 1C9 201 181 148 1(12 172 170 181 Who Is He? MOVIE MEMORIES MOVIE MENU ? CECIL--"Ready, Willing: and Able" through Thursday. PALACE -- "Black Lesion" and "Two Wise Maitls" end Tuesday. "Smart Blonde" .and "Mama Steps Out" begin Wednesday. STATE -- ''Pennies From Heaven" and "Seven Sinners" end Tuesday. "Lady Luck" and "House of a Thousand Candles" start Wednesday. STRAND--"Our Relations" and "Tarzan Escapes" end Tuesday. "The Devil Is a Sissy" and "Under Your Spell" begin Wednesday. L A K E -- (Clear Lake) -"Smartest Girl in Town" Tuesday. "Camille" starts Wednesday. Actual Tins .. fiol R2B ilOl 2.1RO Handicap 10H 10S 108 321 TOTAL PINS . . !loO M(i 1000 2901 G O L H E N GLOW Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd Tolal Swatfnrd 238 173 217 1128 Weber 2t! 20(1 IliS .'DO K r n l l mo 15fi 1.12 118 noe 155 ISS !.'. -Hi.', R a d e l i l f e 202 113 lj(i r.U7 Actual Tln ..1001 809 82K 2G!(8 Handlcaii .... 30 :io 30 00 TOTAL PINS . . IU31 SfiO 108 snn 3D 858 =188 S'l! ·tex 5:1^ 402 320 One of the newest of the screen's flock of leading men, Mr. 1 ? ? is an importation from the ra'dio world, where he arned a measure of fame crooning and leading his own orchestra. Chances are you have only seen him in one or two pictures as yet, but he is featured in several forthcoming productions. ' , Movie Memories' prizes consist of complimentary tickets to the Avery theater at Garner, the Lake at Clear Lake, and to the four Mason City theaters--the Cecil, Palace, State and Strand. Conditions to be complied with are as follows: ,1. Entries must be in'Friday, March 12, for local contestants, and by Saturday, March 13, for those entering the qut-of town division, 2. Prizes will be given in two divisions, one for local entries, the other for out-of-town entries. 3. Each entry should be accompanied by a synopsis of at least 50 words in length c o n c e r n i n g Mr. ? ? ? 4. Name of Mr. ? '.' must be spelled correctly. 5. Not more than ope entry from the same address will be accepted. 6. Entries should be sent to David B. Kaufman, Motion Picture Editor, Globe-Gazette, Mason City, Iowa. . , - . - . . . "·'·' ··. '· ','·." '-;',o « ' * . Booked at the Strand Wednesday and Thursday aro "The Devil Is a Sissy," which features Freddie Bartholomew, Jackie Cooper, Mickey Rooney and Ian Hunter, and "Under Your Spell," with Lawrence Tibbctt, Wendy Barrio, Gregory Itatoff and Arthur Trcachcr. "Ready, AVilling and Able," a musical starring Ruby Kecler and Lee Dixon, opened Tuesday at the Cecil. Supporting characters in the cast include Allen Jenkins, Louise Fazenda, the late Ross Alexander, Carol Hughes, Winifred Shaw, Teddy Karl, Hugh O'Connell and Jane Wyman. t « * Playhiff W e d n e s d a y arid Thurstlay al the Palace wilt be "Smart Blonde" antl "Mama. Slops OuC." In "Smart Blonde" are Glendii FarreH, Barton MacLane, Win! Shaw (the same Miss Shaw who is at (he Cecil in Us feature), Craig- Reynolds, Addl- son Richards and others. Featured in "Mama Steps Out" are Guy Kibbec, Alice Brady, Betty Furjiess and Stanley Mortimer, (he latter a newcomer to cinemaland. This gay screen romance is based on John Kirkpatrick's play, "Ada Beats the Drum." "Camillc," which stars Greta Garbo and Robert Taylor in thi immortal love story written by Al exander Dumas, plays at the Lnk' theater Wednesday arid Thursday A truly beautiful love story, "Cam ille" has in its supporting cas such film figures as Lionel Bar rymore, Elizabeth Allan, Jessie Ralph, Lenorc Ulric, Laura Hopi Crews, E. E. CHvc and Henry Dan icll. Wednesday and Thursday attractions at the State are "Lady Luck," featuring William Blakewell, Duncan Renaldo, Iris Adrian and Arthur Hoyt, and "The House of a Thousand Candles," starring Mae Clarke, Phillips Holmes and Irving Pichel. FIRE DESTROYS STORE BUILDING \loi-thwood Business Edifice Gutted by Flames Early Tuesday. NORTH WOOD--Fiie of unde- ermincd origin early -Tuesday utted the double frame building n West Central avenue, occupied y the Northwood Maytag corn- any ond the Oestrich Photograph tudio. The building is of frame .contraction, covered with sheet iron, ""lames were particularly difficult o reach. ' · ... .._ Firemen worked from midnight, vhen the lire was discovered, un- il about 4:30 o'clock /Tuesday morning. There was considerable oss to contents. Foxx Streamlines His Torso for New Games SARASOTA, Fla., ([?)--Jimmy Foxx' streamlined torso is the talk of the Red Sox training camp. The star first baseman shed more than 10 pounds during the winter and now weighs 185. E v e n P i n k y Higgins, w h o roomed \vith Fox.x for years when they were with the Athletics, was amazed by the change. "I have never seen Jimmy so trim and youthful looking before," he said. Cliarlcs Cityan Sentenced. OSAGE--Clarence Dougan of Charles City appeared here in justice court before Justice Donald P. Chehock and was given three days in the Mitchell county jail for intoxication. Roller Skate at Idelo Clear Lake, Wednesday Night Country Store--Many Prizes For Sltating- Tarty Date write C. U'. Broefflc, Clear Lake, la. ART K ASS EL A N D HIS KASSELS-IN THE AIR C O U P L E S T..--J ,. T O N i r . K T ONLY I UeSday MAR. a Admission $1.50 Per Couple All Tax Included Booth Reservations if desired at SI.00 for 4 or $1.50 to scat 6 or 8. To Bcnnelt-Greten at The Avalon Ballroom Manly, Iowa TUESDAY, MAECH 9tli Ladies 35c Gents 40c OLD TIME DANCE Thursday, March lllh Music by POLEYS ORCHESTRA Admission 25c LISTEN TO KGLO for ANNOUNCEMENT DURING .N'OON HOUR Cards Get Gloves to - Show Up Short Wind DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., (/Pj --Not all the slugging the Cardinals are doing during training season is on the diamond. Some of it is in the ring, with gloves, under a new training maneuver of Manager Frank Frisch. Boxing shows up short winds, and proves the players need more work to get into condition, Frisch said. Double A Recruit Is Star With Tiger Boss LAKELAND, Fla., (/P)--Bob Logan, recruit southpaw from Indianapolis, pleased Manager Mickey Cochrane Tuesday with his work on the pitching mound at the Detroit Tiger spring camp. Coch- tanc, who fretted last season for a southpaw, said Logan has ;\ good fast ball and curve and "seems sure of himself." Logan won 10 and lost 9 with Indianapolis. Ends Tuesday: "Pennies From Heaven," "Seven Sinners' is the Big Day .of .the Week The Regular Wednesday Event PLUS rffc SCREENO 1$ nlnudt Bundle of Dynamiter PHIUIPS HOIHE. MAE CURKE; *l. O. O. F. CLUB D A N C E Wednesday, March 10 Mustc by Your Old Favorite! ART'S NIGH.THAWKS For Odd Fellows, Rebekahs and Invited Friends WEDNESDAY -- THURSDAY Together at Last ROBERT GRETA TAYLOR · GARBO "CAMILLE" IQc IGc 26c TUESDAY The Gala Day "SMARTEST GIRL IN TOWN Gene Raymond - Ann Sothertt Ilctiim P'l'oni Missouri, CALM AH--Mr. and Mrs. Mike Graf returned, from a trip to Ex- :elsior Springs, Mo. lome . of Mirrophonic Sound NOW SHOWING Through Thursday "POPE YE and Sinbad Popeye Cartoon all in Color! A Full 20 minutes of Fun and Lauchs! MAT. Trices 26e Until 6 P. M --Coming- Soon-LILY PONS 111 "That Girl From Paris" "Swine: High Swing Low" "Lloj-ds of London" "Green Lisht" WEDNESDAY COUNTRY STORE NITE HAM AND EGGS FOR BREAKFAST AND MONEY TO BURN Freddie BARTHOLOMEW JACKIE C O O P E R MICKEY B O O N EV WITH W E N D Y BARR1E ENDS TUESDAY NIGHT "OUR RELATIONS" AND "TARZAN ESCAPES" WEDNESDAY THURSDAY EQUIPPED WITH MIRROPHONIC SOUND Another Beautiful Piece of the Roses of Sharon Hot Oven Dinnerware Service to Help You Complete Your Set! ...BUT ONLY S T U B B E D TH£IR TOES! Follow the adventures of Torchy Blane--a female bloodhound with a nose for news! "SMART BLONDE wilh Glenda Farrcll Barton IMacLanc ENDS TUESDAY--"2 WISE MAIDS"--"BLACK LEGION"

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