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April 20, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

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TWELVE MASON CITY CLOSE-GAZETTE, APRIL 20 · 1935 GLOBE - GAZETTE, SPORTS MILL TOWN CLUB MUST BE BEATEN Minneapolis Looms as Strong Outfit-in Association as Games Start. CHICAGO, ' Off)--The champion Minneapolis Millers, even this early in the season, loomed Monday as the "club to beat" in this year's American Association race. Minneapolis swept a . doubleheader Sunday with the Red Birds at Columbus, taking the opener .5 to 2 and the nightcap 9 to 8 before 4,232 fans. Milwaukee beat Indianapolis 5 to 3 in the first game of their double bill, then battled to a 1 to 1 tie in the second contest, called after nine innings because of the Indianapolis 6 o'clock law. The Toledo Mudhens broke into the win column, trimming St. Paul 5 to 4 in 10 innings.- In the nightcap the Saints pounded out a 14 to 4 victory. Kansas City and Louisville also split their doubleheader, the Indians taking the first game 9 to 5 and the Blues the second 5 to 0 behind six hit pitching by John Niggettng. Des Moines Team Loses in Contest With Negro Squad KANSAS CITY, Mo., OB--The Des Moines Western league team started off its exhibition season by taking a licking from the Kansas City Monarcha, crack Negro professional team, 9 to 6: The Demons, got only one hit in the first seven innings. Julio Benetti, however, blanked the Monarchs during the four innings he pitched. Boston Marathon to Draw 200 for 40th Anniversary BOSTON, m--The stout hearts and strong legs of 215 contestants awaited the starter's gun Monday to compete for the Boston Athletic association marathon title and e possible place on the Olympic team Five former winners entered today's fortieth renewal of the famous run which begins at Hopkinton, 26 miles and 385 yards from the doors of a Boston university building ·which was once the clubhouse of the now bankrupt B. A. A. Johnny Kelly, Arlington florist and the 1935 winner, and Pat Dengis, the National A. A. U. marathon champion, are favored. John Warner Bonella New Player in Golfing Family OTTUMWA, if) -- The golfing Bonellas, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Bonnella, have a. new son, John Warner, who weighed into the world at 7 pounds, 12 ounces. Bonella is the Ottumwa Country club professional. Mrs. Bonella is one of Iowa's leading feminine golfers. Major Stars Chicago Cubs Release North Iowa Pitcher CHICAGO, I/P)--The Chicago Cubs released Gene Ford,'young right handed pitcher, unconditionally. Ford, who pitched for the University of Iowa baseball team, won two and lost five games with Peoria in the Three-I league last year. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS S c h o o l b o y Rowe, Tigers- Blanked White'Sox with five hits and fanned six for second straight shutout. Chuck Klein, Cubs--Walloped second and third homers of season in rout of Reds. Mel Almada and Wes Ferrell, Red Sox--Almada'a ninth inning single drove in tying run and paved way to beat Athletics 2-1. Van Mungo, Dodgers--Struck out "seven and held Phils to six lits for 2-1 victory. Bad News Hale, Indians--Led attack on Browns with homer and two singles, scoring three runs and batting in three. Burgess Whitehead and Hal Schumacher, Giants--Whitehead made four hits, Schumacher limited Bees to four in 4-1 triumph. KANSAS RELAYS HAVE NEW ACES Glenn Morris Ranks in Top Flight of Decathlon After Big Win. LAWRENCE, Kans., (5V-The Kansas relays decathlon, which cradled the three super-men of. the United States Olympic team in 1932 gave promise Monday of supplying more talent for the all-around event next summer at Berlin. Competing in the 10 even track and field grind for the first time Glenn Morris, obscure motor car salesman from Fort Collins, Colo, established himself as one of the front ranking contenders here Sat urday by winning five first and amassing a total of 7,576 points. Although dimmed by Morris showing, the marks of two of hi rivals rate them consideration fo team membership. Clyde Coffmaii who finished seventh in the 193: Olympics, scored 7,136 points, 40' more than his mark in 1935 when he won the event here. Jay Ber wanger, brawny University of Chi cago grid star, registered 6,77' points, a creditable performance so early in the year. The 1,500 meter race, like th- decathlon an official Olympic preliminary trial, left Glenn Cunningham, holder of the world mile record with a victory and track fans stii: wondering if he was the Kansas flash of old. He won in 3:57.1 out- stepping the field in the last 100 yards, and finishing apparently fresh. IOWA IOWA CITY .... /ersity of Iowa golfers wrote two ractories in as many days into the record books,, after defeating the davenport St. Ambrose college :eam Sunday and the Iowa State college squad Saturday. The latter contest was the first Sunday sports event participated u by an Iowa university team. The score Sunday was 13 to 5. Saturday t was 16 to 2. The St. Ambrose match summaries: Foursomes---Gardner and Fetion (Iowa) defeated Trapkus and Coleman (St. Ambrose) T*-k to %; Van Maur and Donegan (St. Ambrose) defeated Lambert and Kadgihn (Iowa) 3 to 0. Singles--Gardner (Iowa) defeated Trapkus (St. Ambrose) 3 to 0; Cook (Iowa) defeated Coleman (St. Ambrose) 2% to «·; .Miller (Iowa) defeated Van Maur (St. Ambrose) 2 to 1; Rhue (Iowa) defeated Donegan (St. Ambrose) 3 to 0. Iowa Leads District Toll " in Drive for U. S. Funds AMES, UP)--George F. Veenker Iowa State college athletic director reported that Iowa is leading the fifth district in ihe national' drive for funds to send the United States Olympic team to Germany. South Dakota is second in contribution and Nebraska third. Washington and 'Columbia Win, Have Olympic Hopes NEW YORK, (2F--The drive toward Poughkeepsie and the Olympic rowing championships at Berlin has begun with Washington huskies already outstanding among the candidates for the intercollegiate championship and Columbia appearing as a possible "dark horse." Washing-ton defeated California over a three mile course at Seattle yesterday in such decisive fashion as to put the huskies on top of the heap. Columbia started the eastern "sprint" season by upsetting navy and climbing back into the limeligh for the firse time in several years LANGWEAR Ease Ali Elastic ShouHer Straps ; .. Guaranteed fcir the Life of the Garment! Sanforized [tully Shrunk] Widtall tUsKc LANGWEAR EASE suspenders; They 'give'vim evay movement, prevent bmdmj ai'd take all strala from Bone. ItewStylcSurpendcr tor Lor Back Overall not 5lb off mould! IOWA GOLF TEAM WINS TWO TESTS *irst Sunday Event in Sport Records Won by Hawk- eyes as Ambrose Loses. OrMtvr Cw»!*rt -- L«ftftr Wur I. No pinching or tightncw in seat. I No cutting or binding in crotch. 1 No chafing oo tbe shoulders. 4. No curling itrapj to cut into the shoulders. 5. Rcmowstnin from fabric. '6. PrereoB drag OB buttons and loops, J. Prevents splitting of denim. t Insnm «Biinst «aia« ripping. 8 Oz. Extra Heavy Weight NONE BETTER For Only _._ _ 215 S. Federal Department Store Phone 434 LOCAL TEAMS IN CLOSING TUSSLE Three Bowling Leagues Enc Season's Run This Week on M. C. Alleys. CITY LEAGUE MONDAY Alleys l-2_lnternatlanal Truck YS. Crane Company 3-4--standard Oi| vs. Gallagher's Pontiacs 5-6--Hugh Davey and Son vs. Stoddard'a. 7-8--Moose Legion vs. Tyler-Byan. TUESDAY Alleys X_2--Northwestern Cement vs. Decker's Office. 3.4--Blunier's Golden Glow vs. Globe- Gaxette. 5-G--Kozy Korncr vs. Old Timers. 7_g--Decker's Plant vs. Coca Cola. WOMEN'S LEAGUE WEDNESDAY Alleys. 1-2--Mickey Mouse vs. Style Shoppe. 3-4--Diamond Butter Bread vs. D. K. Lundberg. 6-6--Golf and Conntry Club vs. Florime Benuty Shop. Best Spellers of 5 States Compete for Title at Sioux City Raymond Metier, IS, eighth grade pupil of the rural school near Alton in Union count,-, £va£%TM tn £TM LVXfwritten and'the contest at the Martin hotel In Sioux City in which 150 students from five states competed. He was the vunnet m ooin ·^Heu'fDudley, IS, eighth grade pupil of the Wisner, Nebr., school in Cumlng county, was second in oral spelling and Gordon Meredith, 13, seventh grade of the Clarinda, Iowa, school, was third. · -amnhlBi school Mariorie Mclntyre 13, In the written division, second'place went to Nobert Reestman. 12, Baeville, Nebr., Sr. John's parochial school. Marjone lucimjre, Nebraska City, Nebr., an eighth grade pupil, was third. (Iowa Daily press Photo) ·_ Charles City News Senior Girls Guests at Tea; Henke Speaks CHARLES CITY--The girls of the senior class of the high school and Catholic academy were entertained at the A. A. U. W. Saturday afternoon in the high school music room at a tea. The program included a talk by W. G. Henke and group of spring songs composed by Mrs. Elizabeth Wilbur Bentley and sung by Melva Henning. Mrs. Bentley composed both words and music and played the accompaniments. Tea and cakes were served at a long table decorated with spring flowers ·and Mrs. Harry Clark, president and A. E. Regel poured. The visiting guests and members of the A. A. U. W. who attended numbered 80. Mrs. Russell Nies and Mrs. 0. H. Banton were, chairmen of the committee in charge of the party. The annual election will follow a luncheon next Saturday noon in the Garden cafe. The last week of bowling this season awaits teams in three local leagues. City league teams will finish their season -first, rolling games on Monday and Tuesday .nights, while Wednesday sees the last round for the Women's league. Decker's league will wind up its season on Friday. LOCAL STANDINGS. CITS LEAGUE 1. Decker's Office 87 64 2. Northwestern Cement . 87 52 3. Crane Company . . . . . . . 87 53 4. Kozy Homer 87 50 5. Old Timers 87 49 6. Becker's Plant 87 49 7. Blunier's Golden Glow . .87 48 8. Globe-Gazette 87 48 9. Studdard's 87 « '10. Standard Oil 87 43 11. Gallagher's Pontiacs .. 87 40 12. Moose Legion 87 40 13. Hugh Davej- and Son . . 87 37 14. International Trucks . 87 33 15. Tyler-Ryan 87 3I» 16. Coca Cola 87 27 DECKER'S LEAGUE 1. Local Sales 60 55 2. Main Office 60 33 .1. Siveet Pickle 60 32 4. Hot Shots BO 29 5. Baby Beef . 6 0 26 fi. Bologna Bulls 60 25 WOMEN'S LEAGUE Diamond Butter Bread . . . . 66 54 D. K. Lundherg 66 ,11 Mickey Moose 6D 44 Style Shoppe 64 18 .621 .598 .598 .575 .563 .563 .552 .552 .506 .494 .460 .460 .425 .379 .344 .309 .583 .550 .533 .483 .433 .417 .818 .773 .638 .333 Conservation Week Is Observed by Schools CHARLES CITY -- Conservation week is being observed in city and rural schools this week. The Boy and .Girl Scouts will give talks in the home rooms at school and Arbor day, April 24, will be particularly observed in the rural schools. In response to an appeal of the conservation department of the I. F. W. C. the two federated clnns here had a program earlier In the year devoted to conservation projects. Professor Elwood of Ames spoke at the garden and home department of the Women's club on the Iowa State Planning board and Iowa's 25 year plan was discussed at a meeting of the St. Charles' Women's club by Sopha Magdsick. Iowa Baseball Team Tops Big Ten Race on Two Wins IOWA CITY, (7P)--Iowa's baseball team led the Big Ten race Monday with two victories. The Hawkeyes, who play Chicago in two games here this week-end, completed their rout of Northwestern Saturday with an 8 to 1 decision over the Wildcats. Iowa defeated Northwestern 7 to 4 last Friday^ Three lowans Win Prizes in Kansas City Dog Show KANSAS CITY, C3--Three Iowa exhibitors paraded their dogs to championships in the dog show heltj in connection with the Sportsman's Exhibition and Horse Show. They were: English Springer Spaniels -- Winner's dog, Tommy Blackhawk, Dr. A. B. Kuhl, Davenport. Irish Setters--Best of champion, Ruxton's Mollies, Jack A. Spear, Tipton. Boston Terriers -- Winner's dog and best of breed, Little Man What Now, Mrs. Leona Crate, Des Moines. Legion Golf Meeting Called on Wednesday Pleased over the turnout of Saturday and Sunday, the first days on which the course was ope n this season, American Legion Community golf club officials announced a general meeting, to HP held at the clubhouse. The 'mrctint: will be held Wednesday night at 7:30. Hza Niemack to Appear in Charles City .Concert CHARLES CITY -- The f i n a l number of the artists' concert series sponsored by the P. T. A., council will be held Tuesday evening iu the high school auditorium and the program will be presented by Miss Hza Niemack, Charles City's corn- poser and violinist, and Miss Agnes McCay, soprano, of Dubuque. Mrs Stella Niemack will play the accompaniments. Miss Niemack and her mother arrived Saturday and are guests at the Fred Blumenstie home. They have been living in Ames this winter where Miss Nie- mack teaches violin. Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY--William O'Neii and Sons of Faribault, Minn., contractors for the addition to the Cedar Valley hospital, have begun .work. Tbe junior class of tthe Immaculate Conception academy presented two one act plays, "Not Quite Such a Goose" and "Grandpa Sits by the Fire," Sunday evening in St.. Joseph's hall. The academy orchestra played between acts. Mabel Clark had a major operation in the Cedar Valley hospital. Robert Weigel of Riceville who received treatment in the Cedar Valley hospital, has returned home A marriage license was issued to Leonard G- Schildroth of Reinbeck and Ruth Lacour of Charles City. Joe Byrnes mad* a hole in one on Wildwood golf course last week. Mrs. O. H. Banton and Mrs. W. E. Voreck visited at the Griffith Wodtke home in Cedar Rapids last week. Mrs. Daisy Inman of Rudd is recovering from a minor operation in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lofgrea were called to Chicago by the illness of Mr. Lofgren's mother. Dr. Sivert Erickson of the Dr. Salsbury Laboratories returned from Oskaloosa where he attended a hatchery meeting. Mrs. Wayne Morrison is recovering' from a major operation in the Cedar Valley hospital. Mrs. Myrtle Walker attended the funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Jones, 97, at West Liberty. Mrs. Jones was the grandmother of her husband, the ate C. A. Walker and had often vis- ted in Charles City. Raymond E. Murray of Elma is substituting in the academy for one of the nuns who is ill. Recovering From Pneumonia. STACYVILLE--Mrs. Jake Brown is recovering from her fourth at- :ack of pneumonia this year. She .s 87. Goodrich Takes Up Duties as President of Junior Chamber BOONE. UP)--Kenneth Goodrich, managing editor of the Boone News- Republican took up his duties Monas president of the Iowa Junior Chamber of Commerce. He was elected at the state convention in Davenport over the week-end. Honored on Birthday, GARNER -- Twenty neighbors and friends joined party for Mrs, in a . birthday Charles Owens Saturday. The company brought refreshments. SAUNDERS HEADS KOSSUTH GROUP Young Democrats Gather at Algona; Delegates for Convention Named. ALGONA--Leo Saunders, Ban- ·roft was elected president o£ the Cossuth county Young Democrats ·'·lub at a meeting Friday evening at the courthouse. Bancroft sent the largest delegation. Imelda Dooley, AJgona, was elected vice president, John Sheridan, Bancroft, secretary and Jim Hogan, Whittemore, treasurer. Delegates named to attend the state convention May 18 at Daven- oort included Leo Saunders, John Sheridan Roy Bnrdine, Whittemore, tmelda Dooley and L. A. Winkle, .\lgona. A motion was made that \C only two'delegates were sent, they would have full strength in the voting power. The newly elected officers were appointed as a committee to select solicitors in each town for an intensive membership drive. E. J. Butler is retiring president. L. A. Winkle presided at the meeting. What Would You Do O v A -nrtl 1YT "fcT · If Th ere W No Classified A Nation-Wide Tribute To The Oldest Form of Newspaper. Advertising This is National Want Ad Week, sponsored by The Association of Newspaper Classified. Advertising Managers, of which this, newspaper is a member. Why not turn to the Want Ads today and see for yourself how quickly and conveniently you can locate the offers in which you are interested? Remember, too, that YOUR ad there can be located just as quickly and conveniently by those interested in what YOU have to offer! WANT ADS 'J Can you imagine? Can you visualize . . . a newspaper without Classified. Want Ads. You've lost your purse with your week's earnings in it ... How are you going to find it? You want to rent a room, a house, an apartment . , . you want to buy or sell a Used Car, a second hand stove . . . you want to find a , job ... HOW ARE YOU GOING TO DO IT? Your problems are solved through the Want Ads. When newspapers, several hundred years · ago, began printing notices of one sort or another, they were all together in an appointed column. But the increasing numbers of these small ads forced a change. Ads similar to purpose and intent were assembled under one head. For example, the ads of all those wanting to sell something were set one following another. Such was the beginning of a systematic grouping. The ads were "classified." So today the want ad section is divided into definite groups with accompanying sub-heads. Some of these classifications come to mind: Household Goods group--Employment group--Automotive group--Real Estate group--and each group further divided for the mutual aid of reader and advertiser alike. SPECIAL D U R I N G WANT AD WEEK Seven insertions for the price of five. Two days absolutely FREE! Remember this offer good for only one week, April 20-26. Advertise Today! 1 lowan to Accompany Lily Pons on Flute AMES, CcP--John Dunning of Ottumwa, a graduate student in chemistry, is practicing every spare minute on his flute, for he has been selected to accompany Lily Pons _ when the famous soprano sings "The " Little Wren" during her concert here, Wednesday. College concert officials decided to have Dunning play the obbligato and save the expense of bringing. Miss Pons' regular flutist to Ames. II s ' Copyright 1936 b? the Association or Nempapcr Classified Advertising Manage;*, READ THE WANT ADS FOR PROFIT AND USE THEM FOR RESULTS \

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