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TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1939 GLOBE SPORTS SECTION COACHES SEE DIAMOND TIPS Motion Pictures to Draw Mentors Into Cyclone Sessions AMES--Tlie result of years experience in athletics, four mo tion pictures will educate and en tertain several hundred Iowa hig school coaches and athletes wh will attend the Iowa State colleg baseball and six-man footba clinic Saturday. The latest information and de velopments in six-man and base ball, both phenomenally growfn sporis in Iowa high schools, \vii be flashed on the screen to tli accompaniment oÂ£ comments b experts who will be here to ad dress the clinic. The new four-reel sound-on- film movie "The First Century of Baseball" produced by the American League will be one of ihe features of the Iowa. State clinic. Lew Fonseca, who batted for a lifetime average qf .320 in 15 years of play with the American League, wrote and directed the movie and will be on Ziand at Iowa State next Saturday to supplement the program. Fonseca, former Chicago While So.x manager, will also bring a film on movie technic. Also on the baseball part of the program will be the Spauiding movie "Batter "Up." The first movie on six-man football ecer produced, released recently by the American Boy magazine and now in distribution throughout the nation, will have its first Iowa showing at this time. Included in this comprehensive Jmovie is a series on six-man offensive play produced by members of the Cyclone football team. The clinic is open to anyone interested without charge. Notre Dame Huskies Open' Grid Session SOUTH BEND, Ind., (/P)--Notre Dame football candidates were scheduled to go through their paces for newspaper and newsreel photographers in a "public" opening of spring practice. They began drills with a scrimmage Monday. John Kelly, right end and captain eject, is the only returning regular linesman. Holdover backfield regulars are Steve Sitko, Lou Zontmi Joe Thesing. Milt Piepul Bob Saggau, Harry Stevenson, Jr end Ben Sheridan. ' Loyola, Long Island to Play in Finale of Eastern Tourney NEW YORK, (/?)--Two of the nation's top court teams, Loyola of Chicago and Long Island university, will meet Wednesday night in the final of the invitation tournament sponsored by the Metropolitan Basketball Writers association in Madison Square Garden. These two won through the semifinal round and furthered their unblemished records Monday night in one of the fiercest doubleheaders of Madison Square Garden history. Loyola downed John's of BVookfyn.'si to 46,Tn a n , ,,..,, overtime period, and L. I. U.! penally box. The 10 leadin whipped Bradley Tech of Peoi'ia III.. 36 to 32. In a special consolation g?iie New Mexico Aggies defeated Roa noke, 55 to 52. Each had been beaten in the first round. A crowd of 18,205, trued Urges n the history of Madison Squar (arden basketball, saw the games Chicago Cubs Ready o Trade, Use Star Cookie, Says Rumor LOS ANGELES, (ff)--Rookie len Russell's fine showing a irst base has given rise to uncon- irmed reports the Chicago Cub vill trade Ripper Collins. Phi Cavarretta apparently is set as egular first sacker with Hussell a ikely spare. The Cubs plan to send Larry i-ench and Newel Kimball agains 3 ittsburgh. The Bucs have lost our straight and had trouble eepmg the crowd interested a an Bernardino Monday. Joe Louis, wearing a ten-gallon hat nd signing plenty of autographs vas a rival attraction. TOE BLAKE IS HOCKEY'S ACE Montreal Winger Is Top Scorer of Year in Ice Circuit MONTREAL, (U.R)--Hector (Toe) Blake, speedy left winger for Montreal's Canadians, was crowned leading point-maker of the National Hockey league Tuesday. Blake was second in goals, but his 23 assists gave him a total ol 47 scoring points for the 1838-39 season. Roy Conacher of Boston's champion Bruins scored the most goals, 26, but with only 11 assists, he ended up in a four-way tie for tenth place with 37 points. Red Horner of Toronto again i was the league's leading bad man with a total of 85 minutes in the scor- MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE ~~ ~~~ ~~ -- _ Subject to Change! Oregon, Oklahoma to. ~!lash in Cage Final SAN FRANCISCO, (/P)_TJni- ersity of Oregon's Pacific Coast onterence champions clash with a oiverful University of Oklahoma earn to decide a western division -inner to play Ohio State at Chiago March 27 for the National ollegiate Athletic association hampionship. Oregon whipped University of exas, 56 to 41, in Monday night" ermfinals, and Oklahoma co- a l"?l on of the B ' E Six . elimin- ed Utah State Agricultural col- ege, 50 io 39. FJG1IT RESULTS By The Associated Press WASHINGTON-Joey Sllva 13Pi Los 138, Â· Nerer before have yon htd this opportunity. Bring in your oM toaster Â«nd we will allow yon $2.00 for it on the purchase of s new 1939 Toastmasler toaster or set. Offer for limited time only, Com e .in 'today, FKICE $16.00 ON A NEW 1939 TOASTMftSTER TOASTER OR SET Van Hess Co rE ST - PHONE 17 "TM^ BALD-NO-MORE GROWS HAIR DESTROYS DANDRUFF-STOPS PALLING HAIR EDWIN G. YOST and^OrigteUor"" SCa ' P S ? ecialist Hair Growing,Method Returns" HUXTABLE' DRUG 116 South Federal Ave. ONE DAY ONLY- THURSDAY, JIARCH 23 EXAMINATION PRIVATE, FREE Hours 10 A. 31. to 9 P. M. Last Visit This Season: TREATMENT COST: THREE MONTHS, S5.00 ers follow: Blake. Montreal 24 Schriner, Americans 13 CouOey, Boston 8 Barry. Detroit 13 Smith, Rangers 21 Anderson. Americans ...! 13 Apps, Toronto 13 Gottstlig. ChtcaKo 16 Ha-nes, Montreal ... 5 Conacher, Boston 26 Carr, Americans . . . 19 Cplvllle, Rangers '. 18 Watson, Bangers 15 AM*. 23 31 34 28 20 27 25 23 33 11 ia 19 22 Iowa Cagers Win in Opening Round Play at Women's Contest WICHITA, Kans., (U.PJ--TITO home town teams and one each from Iowa, Colorado and Texas were the early arrivals in the second round of the National A A U. women's basketball tournament Tuesday, all live clubs surviving- first assignments handilv. The Wichita Thurstons played the best defensive game of the night, defeating Hoehne, Colo 20 to 6. Colorado Springs Antlers utilized superior height in a 26 to 20 victory over Coleman, Wi= The other Wichita entry, the Steffins, played without pressure to win from the Kansas City Brownies, 27 to 12. Des Moines A. I. B. outclassed Miller Grove, Texas, 22 to 10 Texas evened the score on Iowa f. ow Â« ver . when Allison defeated the Davenport A. I. C., 24 to 12. Charlie Ruffing Is Right for Yankees I SEEKING. Fla., (P,_Th e New York Yankees may not be so hot afield at this stage of training, but there s some consolation is know- !Â£? Vfat big Charley Huffing is Rufus the Red hasn't given up an earned run this spring in exhibition games and he had a string )f six scorceless innings before Lou jehng's error gave the Boston Bees a tally in the fourth Monday. "rank Secory Stays . rlome, Tigers Move LAKELAND, Fla.. (U.B--Man- ager Del Baker left Outfielders -es Fleming and Frank Secory at tome as the Detroit Tigers went to St. Augustine for an exhibition game against the St. Louis Cardinals. Baker was expected to play both Mark Christman and Benny McCoy in the infield, and decide vhich one he will keep for util- ty duty. Tommy Bridges and vernon Kennedy were slated to pitch. , Turvold Leads Way | Reported Next X T . T I T I**** ^T^fc -- t Â· Â· on Northwood Lane NORTHWOOD--G. C. Turvold of Northwood took first place in the Northwood Recreation individual bowling tournament with a 5B8 total as the local event got under way. John Strom of Mason City rolled into second place with a 553. \ The t o u r n a m e n t will run through each Saturday and Sunday including April 8 and 9. Calmar High Wins in County Contest OSSIAN-- Calmar high school won the Winrieshiek county basketball title, defeating Ridgeway 33 to 23 in the final round. on Tommy's List John Allen Ready to Take Regular Duties NEW ORLEANS, (fP--Oscar vitt, Cleveland manager, said Tuesday that Johnny Allen, his ace right-hander who underwent an arm operation last winter, would be ready to hurl in an exhibition game in a week or 10 days. AHen has been taking light vvarmups daily and reports he's I feeling fine. ^orth lowans to Go m State Track Try IOWA CITY -- Seven schools vhich named have a total of 3T nen are the first officially to en- er the state interscholastic indoor rack and field championships at he University of Iowa April 1 Coach G. T. Brcsnahan. meet manager, announced Tuesday New Hampton high school, with our entrants, is included in the arly list. D ittsburgh Back to fake on Cubs' Nine LOS ANGELES. Cat, (U.B--The 'ittsburgh Pirates, still seeking a ictory in their exhibition series eturned here to take on the nampion Chicago Cubs of the National league. The Bucs lost ieir fourth straight game Monay. 11 to 4, to the White Sox. One of the few things Manager ie Tyaynor, has learned tram the xmbition games is that Bob .lingers sore arm. which kept im on the bendi part of last season and still pained him early ihis training season, has been cured Patty Berg Breaks Own Mark to Lead SOUTHERN PINES, N. Car. p '-- Patty Berg, national women's champion who set a new Terry Happy on 'rade With Chicago BATOW ROUGE, La., W)_Bill Terry of the New York Giants is very well satisfied with the three- for-three trade that brought him Ken O'Dea, Bill Jurges and Frank Demaree from Chicago last winter. All three are showing fine form and Demaree, especially, has made great strides in his hitting since Bill made a few changes in his batting stance. Don Budge Wins Over Fred Perry 8th Time CLEVELAND, (/P|--Don Budge California wizard, scored hi* eighth straight tennis victory over Fred Perry here Monday night, 6-1, 6-4. . Drawing freely on his blistering Backward stroke, Budge required only 35 minutes to dispose of his present traveling companion. FIGHT RESULTS By The Associated Press ;^ G 25*TJ^3^* 7i S 1u -St: DES MOJNES--Johnny Pavchck 193 knocked out Art Oliver, 189, Chlcaso W. Junior Oakleaf 4-H Girls Have Meeting POPEJOY--The Junior Oakleaf 4-H girls met with Velma Langc- sen; Saturday afternoon with Mrs t-d Nolle and Mrs. Jay Dodd in charge. The lesson was on ''Sewing and Cave of Sewing Machines." The next meeting will be held with Donna Nelson. Pretty Broadway showgirl, Ivonne Arden (above) will become next, and fifth bride of Tommy Manville, playboy heir jo the ManviUe asbestos millions, according to reports. As usual, the srirl is a blond. 90,795 FARMERS IN'3 9 PROGRAM North lowans Among Those Participating in Federal Program DES MOINES, f/Pj--More than 93 per cent of the first 90,795 Iowa farmers contacted will participate in the 1S39 agricultural conservation program, O. D. Klein, chairman of the Iowa agricultural con- committee, said Tues- have servation day, Township committeemen reported 84,544 farmers have agreed to participate in the federal program, Klein said, and 6,251 rejected the idea. Nearly 140,000 of the 230 000 farmers have not yet been contacted. Counties showing the highest participation to date are- Fremont, 430 signed, s'rejected- Hai-din, 1,059 and 19; Marshall 1,179 and 28: Montgomery, 840 and 0: Page, 645 and 0: Pocahontas. 1,497 and 12; Polk, 871 and 11- East Pottawattamie, 866 and 5- Shelby, 1,372 and 17: Union 671 and 18; Warren, 1,726 and 0" Wayne, 1,061 and 23; Winnebaso' "Â« and 6; Worth, 715 and 0 : right, 1,891 and 45. "Hold Everything" Planned at Luveme LUVERNE -- The play "Hold sented about April 15. The cast has been chosen and every member of the class will have a part. Visits at IWacksburg GOLDPIELD -- Mr?. George Friday visited relatives and friends at Macksburg. City Leogue Bowling Melchoir Schmidt Riles- ... Ryan .... Strom . Actual Pins Handicap COCA COCA lit 2nd 3rd Tolal Av. IK 176 168 SIS 112 HO 130 171 441 147 '" 1*4 "4 435 145 199 199 134 332 177 153 178 207 538 179 . 811 . 34 827 34 624 321 .14 Â«4. 861 te T V I . F . R - R Y A X 2 n d 3rd Total Av. 21 ins 201 143 137 Tola] Pi n.= Player.- -3. Duncan T. .JoHnp R. .rohn.- A c I U A l Pm, ... BS] 671 s.-,3 2.160 ~RVI H a n d i c a p 71 74 74 -, 22 74 i Total Pins 9i)3 553 332 3752 ~ SJ V N O R T H W E S T E R N ' 1st 2nd 3rrt Total Av. 139 163 178 505 168 Â«** 158 177 4S1 160 Â» 2,13 163 550 153 ITS 183 H9 510 170 "3 1=9 150 484 161 Players Poi-ell ...';.'""" Birenbaum ..... Larson ""' B B SHOE 1st 2nd.3rd Total Av. Is7 157 166 430 160 190 - . - 216 143 179 139 163 133 170 A c t u a l Pin Handicap =85 Â·152 443 442 C10Z 158 ev O.G.K. Â·PTOMI MOV1C EDITOR Coggins Keez.-m Hadtiv Eivjrd K a u f i n a n n S17 Q U A L I T Y 1st ir,9 153 ." 133 215 Ri:i 1000 2660 887 If It's Skullduggery You Prefer, You'll Enjoy the Midweek Movies be P ]e "*Â» ul Â°" ' Russe11 Â«he midweek movie and the REOPEN SCHOOL AFTER VACATION MANLY--Manly public school reopened Monday after a week's spring vacation. The teachers spent their vacations at the following places: Viola Walke, Guttenburg; Wanda Nelson, Batavia; Mae Graven, Worth- mgton, Minn.; Bernadette Smith, Kensett; Cresence Sobolilc, Sherburn, Minn.; Bertha Eickelberg Janesville, and attending annual arithmetic parley at Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls. Miriam Hutchins, Des - Moines- Dorothy Rogers, Mason City; Carol Ann Breckner, West Union- Laurence Hahn spent a weekend at MS home in Lament and returned to practice with the band vacation week, Floyd Huling, Britt; Clara r^ Ma r?',, Alma; H - uth Bar *, Cedar Falls, Greene; Jean Dow Marion; George Williams, Guthrie Center. -^' f J" 1 ' Barber and family sited at Nevada and Mr. Barbel- attended the boys' basketball tournament in Des Moines. Farewell Party Is Weld for Kellog^s Mear Crystal Lake CRYSTAL LAKE-A farewell party was held at the home of Mr and Mrs. E. W. Kellogg who have Been residing on a farm west of crystal Lake for many years and vho w;ll move to Davenport vhere they lived in their girlhood and boyhood days. Mrs. Kellogg was taken to Davenport Saturday by her son, Robrt and Mr. Kellogg will leave his week. Robert and his family vill remain here and live in the louse which his parents are leav- ng. The Keiloggs also have two daughters who will remain here They are Alice, who teaches a rural school south of Woden and Kathryn who is employed in the office of the Pritchard Auto company at Britt. Â·* "Illegal Traffic," which deals with the transportation of mobsters by a kingpin racketeer," is at the Palace beginning Wednesday. J. Carrol Naish, Mary Carlisle, Robert Preston, Larry C r a b b e, and Judith Ban-ett are featured. r H , Second p i c G o r d o n JoÂ«, ture ^ ., Torc] in Chinatown," with Barton MacLane, Glenda FarreU, Tom Ken- Nashua Couple's Car 3urns as Owners Are Attending Funeral NASHUA--Mr. and Mrs. Ed ?eese (were surprised Sunday af- er attending the Marie Bahlman uneral at the Lutheran church, o find that their car, parked near he church, was neatly destroyed n their absence. A passerby, noticing smoke com- ng from the rear of the car, gave he alarm and Chief Fireman Fred "angman constituted a one-man ire company, and drove the fire ruck to the scene. The car was locked and it was lecessary for him to break a window to use the extinguisher. The ushions on the back seat and the uack of the front one were urned. Jnion Cantata Will Je Given on Sunday ROCKWELL--The Baptist, Con- regational, Lutheran and Meth-. txlist churches will present a union antata at the public school gym n Easter Sunday evening vhich all are invited. to 'Ghostly Fingers" o Be Class Play ELMORE, Minn.--The senior lass play of the Elmore high chool is to be "Ghostly Fingers," mystery drama in three acts. It -ill be produced some time in \pril. Miss Lois Padelford is the oach. Â·ibrary Board for Vlanly Is Selected . 632 . 59 (UP.) golf _ r _ ^ course record Friday" tied it Sunday and_ broke it Monday, led a Held of oO entries in the eleventh Actual Pi M annual mid-south tournament. Handicap Miss Berg's card showed eight oirdies and 10 pars and gave her an eight under par 73 and a two- stroke lead over Mrs. Estelle Lawson Page of Chapel Hill, 1937 national women's champion. Alliene Hoover. Thomasville. t.a_. was third with a card of 81 Acmai Pmi ... sn and Mvs. Thomas Rudc-1. New "*Â»""Â» :Â» York, finished fourth wilri an 84. | Total Pm s F/aycrs- Bxilt Bcmis ... Abbott .. W. Pirhl F. Pirkl 53 817 2530 59 177 Total Pins Players-Radcliff .. Terrias .... B*y rjesomery . Gamble ... 591 940 875 HOT 9C2 GOLDEX GS.OW 1st 2nd 3r! Tolal Av. 179 138 201 516 1S3 1R5 172 SM 157 157 193 507 J." 177 I*?; 490 172 i;,a 172 502 Actual PmÂ« Handicap Total Pins MANLY--The library board for le coming year has "been f i l l e d } 3rd Toial AV. j with Mrs. Claus Randal!, Mrs. S. O. Brown and Mrs. George Carleton re-elected and the Rev. H. M. i Raecker. Mrs. J. M. Barben and j Mrs. Herman Aithen elected. "ifiO 300 1J9 1S4 I.i9 M4 183 875 S.19 2JS2 2tn 8.13 Players-M. K a u f m a n . Fait L. K a u f m a n . MacDonald .. Bonkcr Actual Pins Handicap .. Total Pini Players.-C. rggert E, Eggcn . DusoTd Baker D E C K E R OFFICE 629 2T72 921 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av. 143 170 I5S 501 IS7 . 163 133 155 4tf 152 . 173 177 193 543 181 163 523 17S 191 . . 192 . 359 177 158 176 526 . 835 824 $93 . 70 70 70 70 922 905 894 96 2765 MAPLE I N jj 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av. 188 134 213 584 185 1"0 170 170 1M HO 334 167 1M 203 160 493 IfiS 1.'" IS1 183 .121 174 I" 213 158 552 184 ATTEND FUNERAL j IVI1TCHELL -- Relatives who| came from a distance to attend the funeral of Chris Thompson were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Juhl and daughter and John Juhl and daughter of Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Thompson and Kenneth Thompson of Ottumwa; Mrs. A. L. Messerlie of Indianapolis, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Chris 'Thompson, Jr., and Shirley Davis of Nevada and Mr. and Mrs. Andy Thompson of McCallsburg. R.11 822 A c t Â» ; ^ r Pj n * H a n d i c a p .. ToUJ fins Bat li]33 911 Visits at Turlock, Cal. HANLONTOWN --Mrs. H. E. Brunsvold arrived Sunday from a i seven weeks' visit in Turiock. Cal., j j W 'N h er sister. Mrs. Eric Johnson, i 3 949 ! and other relatives. | R90 59 Patric Knowles in this one of a series of mystery yarns. With Badman Raft Movie Biidman George Raft .earns with Sylvia Sidney in the drama, "You and Me," at the Strand Wednesday and Thursday Robert Cummings, Barton Mac- -jane, Harry Carey and Warren Hymer are featured. r,^ lh w san ?, e P 10 ^ 3 TM is "Pride of the Navy," Wit h James Dunn, Rochelle Hudson, Gordon Oliver and Gordon Jones in a story of Uncle Sam's navy. Jones is the who made good in MOVIE MENU PAL ACE-- "Made for Each Other" and Pirates of the Skies" end Tuesday. "Hlejal Traffic" and "Torchy in Chinatown" begin Wednesday. STKAND_"The Youne it, Heart an f "Law West of Tombstone- end Tuesday. "You and Me" and Pride of the Navy" begin Wednesday. TT T'' B ^Â° lhe '- R a t " and T aws al , ! V?, y 4hrou E h Wednesday. LAKE-- (Clear Lake}-- "The Girl Downstairs" and "King of Al- through Wednesday .Goes to Minneapolis PLYMOUTH--Ewert Vickerman of iort Dodge, who came to see his mother here, went on to Minneapolis to see his aged grandfather, who is ill in Minneapolis The grandfather is 92 years old. At Parental Home DOUGHERTY--Walter Jensen, Indent of Iowa State college in Ames came Saturday for a few days' visit at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jensen. Avalon Ballroom MANLY, IOWA NO DANCE TUESDAY. MARCH 21 -- FREE -FAREWELL DANCE THURSDAY, MARCH 23 Music ty HAROLD LIBERSKY ADDED ATTRACTION TWO W-H-O RADIO STARS TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY FRANCHOT FRANCJ.SKA TONE GAAL --in--. "THE GIRL DOWNSTAIRS" --Plus-"KING OF ALCATRAZ" Continuous 2:00 - 11:00 COMING SUNDAY "WINGS OF THE NAVY" TATE Ends Wed. Be Here ! -MORRIS "BROTHER RAT" Co-Hil "SALESLADY A N N E XAGEI. TONIGHT, TUESDAY With the Coming of Spring URF C L E A R L A K PRESENTS The Exhilarating Music of HER6IE HOLMES aod hli orchestra featnrinr Nancy k Â· Hatson. Gene Babbilt, Lloyd Hcnd- fj lint, Ihe Glee CInli, Three Bhithm fe Rebel! and others. K . . STREAMLINED . . SOUTHERN . . Â· A "COMING NAME" B A N D Â» Ladies 40e - Genls SOc - Plq, Tir I . A T E KtS AVTEK D A N C E EARL HUNT t f l K . Ol,r A S H YOUN'G Me - l i e - TAX ISO.. Northwood Indies Down Carpenter NORTHWOOD--Northwood Independents closed their cage season Monday night, by scoring a 53 to 39 victory over the Carpenter Indies here. Towell of Carpenter was high scorer with 16 points, while Shaw led Northwood with' BE AT THE C E C I L FRIDAY! North Iowa's Best Theater MAT. 26c TODAY THRU CECIL THURS. I'LL MOW 'EM DOWN SAT. at (he CECIL "YOU CAN'T CHEAT AN HONEST MAN" ENDS TUESDAY MGHT Carole lombard James Stewart in "Made For Each Other" and "Pirates of the Skies" N E W MAT. 26c WED. and THURS. ENDS TUESDAY NIGHT Harry Carey. "Law West of Tombstone" and Janet Gaynor m "The Youns in Heart" 16e 21e Wed. 8 Thurs. --Plus Feature No. Z JAMES BUNN --in-" P R I D E OF THE NAVY" COMING SAT. ~ PALACE "SON OF FRANKENSTEIN"