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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 21 1936 ETTE ALEX TO 'RASSLE BEARCAT IN CARD Rough-Tough'n-Nasty Russ- ky to Take on Walter Logan Thursday Night. Leo Alexander, former Notre Dame wrestling coach, who. made an impressive debut in pinning Olaf Gregerson of Sweden on the last Legion grappling card, meets Homer "Bearcat" Wright of Omaha in the main event at the armory Thursday night. It will be a two out of three fall match with a one hour time limit.' Ivan Padubny, Russian who the 'rassling moguls say is so tough he was thrown out of Russia, will try some of his circus tactics against the formidable Walter Logan of Salt Lake City, Utah. : Tag Tageson, an old standby here, will 'rassle in a hometown ring for the first time since his recent illness when he matches grunts and groans with a newcomer, "Cowboy" George Mollott of T.exas. It will be a homecoming for Tag, who hasn't challenged anyone from a local ring this season. A season without a challenge by Tag is a dismal failure. DOUBLE A CLUBS CRASH 6ASEHITS Eight of Nine Homers Stack Up Giant Scores in Two Association Games. CHICAGO, UP--The American association has unlimbered its loflg- range heavy artillery. Nine homeruns, eight triples ana 15 doubles boomed off the bats in four games Monday as the heavy firing broke out in all games. The circuit smashes, however, were almost completely monopolized by the Milwaukee-India'napolis and Minneapolis-Columbus battles, with eight of them coming in those tilts. Minneapolis, winning its fifth game of the season against no losses, downed Columbus 21 to 5. Four homers featured the 4 to 2 victory Milwaukee took from Indianapolis. Outfielder Bocek .of the Kansas City Blues hammered a homerun as Kansas City whipped the Louisville Colonels-10'to 5.. : ... -. .' ·., .Carl (Danny) -Boone became, the first Toledo pitcher to "go the route this season as the Mudhens pounded out 15 hits and a 13 to 1 win over St. Paul. LEVEJLAND--1 AB II FO A /b'htr us 4. 1 0 3 luKhe* 2b 3 0 4 2 verlll cf 4 0 4 '0 ·osmlk I f 3 0 3 ] VASHINGTON--5 Hill If Bluece 3b yrr 2b 'owell cf ·avis fla 0 2 0 1 2 10 0 B 2 7 1 Kolle *3b 6 B. JolTn H 2 Selkirk- rf 2 Ib llckey c ntrt Zb 5 1 1 3 Valkcr ct 5 1 3 0 HOOK c f 0 0 0 0 Crosettl Srown p Hadler i CELLAR OUTFITS HAVE THEIR DAY (Continued From Page S) by Frisch when he belted a double to send home three runs. An error and a single by Ducky Medwick accounted for two more and the victory. Of the nine hits against Dizzy, one was a homer by Bill Myers, one a triple and three were doubles. Split Twin Contest. In the first doubleheader of the season the. Washington Senators and'the Boston Red Sox broke even, the Sox winning the first game 6 to 5 and losing the second 6 to 2. Pete Appleton spiked the guns for the Red Sox in the afternoon game, allowing but five hits. Ed Linke and Jimmie Foxx each connected for homers in the morning encounter. The four-hit pitching of Vernon Kennedy was the feature of the White Sox' 5 to 1 win over the Indians" while the Boston Bees drove George Earnshaw from the mound as they took an 8 to 4 decision from the Brooklyn, Dodgers. Four straight hits topped by Moore's homer spelled Earnshaw's downfall. The Giants dropped their first game in six starts t the Phillies 7 to 6, despite Mel Ott's homer with two on in the ninth. Major Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wally .Berger, Bees ·-- Found Brooklyn .pitchers for three hits, one a double, and drove in two runs. Joe Bowman, Phillies--Checked Giants with 10 hits and cracked out three singles. George Puccinelli and Frank Higgins, Athletics -- Former hit homerun with two on and later got four hits and as many runs as A's defeated Yanks. Frankie Frisch, Cardinals--His ninth-inning double cleared the loaded bases as Cards .beat Reds. Jimmy Foxx, Red Sox, and Pete Appleton, Senators -- Foxx hit homerun and double in first game and Appleton pitched five hit ball in second. · Lyn Lary and Tom Carey, Browns -- Led attack on Tiger pitchers with three hits apiece. Gus Suhr, Pirates--Hit home- run in ninth with two on to give Pirates victory over Cubs. Vernon Kennedy, White Sox-Held Indians to four hits. Corwith Invades Woden's Diamond to Take Contes WODEN--The Woden high schoo baseball team was defeated here b; Corwith, 16 to 8. American Boxscores Monday's Games rosky Ib 4 1 10 0 Hale 3b 3 0 Cl 7 nmpb'I rf 2 0 2 0 ytlak c 3 1 1 1 ·lldeb'd p 3 1 0 0 Tntall 29 4 24 14 CHICAGO--5 AB H PO A Radcllff II 3 1 1 0 Krccvlch cf 3 2 Untis Ib 2 0 W'h'ulon rf 4 1 Appllnj; 4 1 3 3 0 0 3 Plct 2b 2 Dykfl: 3 b 3 2 3 Snvfll c 4 0 9 Kennedy p 3 1 0 Tntalii 28 8 2 7 8 lieveland 000 010 000--1 IhlcaKO 020 000 03x--6 (Morning Game) 1 2 0 4 1 4 Reynolds rt 2 1 1 0 uhe! Ib miles' c xKress Inlton o .Inke p Russell p 4 113 0 Almada rf 3 1 1 0 zzz\V. F'ell 1 0 0 0 zzzzBowers 0 0 ' 0 0 Cramer ci S 0 3 1 Mannsh If 6 1 1 0 Foil Ib 4 2 9 0 McNalr ss 4 1 3 2 ». F'rtll c 4 3 7 0 MellUo 2 b 4 0 3 3 Walberff p 3 1 0 1 C'e'ella p 0 0 0 0 O't'm'ler p 0 0 0 1 zMIIler 0 0 0 0 zzCoc-ke 0 0 0 0 Totals 35 9x26 12 Totals 37 10 27 10 xBattcd for Millies In elchtb. xxTwo out In ninth when winning ran scored. zBatted for Ostermueller In ninth. xzRan for Miller in ninth.. zzzBatted for Almada In ninth. zzzzltan for W. Ferrell In ninth. VYashinirton 000 001 130--B Boston 010 100 013--6 Afternoon same: WASHINGTON--6 AB H FO A Stone I f 4 1 4 0 Lewis 3b Myer 2b 3 1 4 1 4 1 1 0 1 4 3 Powell cf Travis ss 4 Reyn'ds rf 4 1 o Kuhcl 1 6 4 0 111 Bollon c 4 1 4 0 Applet'n p 4 0 1 2 Totals 35 8 27 12 BOSTON--2 AB H PO A Almada rf 3 0 1 Cramer ef 4 2 4 Manush If 4 0 2 Fox* Ib 4 McNair ns 4 0 S Werner 3b 3 1 1 B. Fcr'H c .1 I 2 Mclillo Jb 3 0 2 eW. Fcrr'll 1 0 0 0 0 9 2 Welch p aMIller 1 0 1 2 1 1 Cascar'la p o o bCooke 1 0 0 0 Wilson p 0 o 0 Totals 3,2 5 27 16 aBatted for Welch In fifth. bBatted for Cascarella In eighth. cBattcd for Mellflo tn ninth. Score by Innings: Washington 310 000 200--6 ioston 000 000 020--2 NEW YORK--11 AB H PO A 1 2 3 3 2 2 4 3 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 PHJLADELP'A--12 AB H PO A Flnney Ib Moses c f 4 2 B. Joh'n If 5 0 Purdn'l rf 3 2 Big-gins 3b 5 4 Warst'r 2b 4 0 1 0 4 0 4 0 2 0 1 4 N'some ss 8 X 3 3 Conroy e Berry c 2 t Doyle p 1 0 0 0 Tnrbe'lle.p 3 . 0 1 0 Totals 3610x2616 Totals 381127 6 x--Twu out when winning run was scored. z--Batted lor Turbevllle In 9th. ew York 104 400 200--H Philadelphia ." 121 030 401--12 T. LOUIS--9 A B H P O A 4 3 . 3 1 Lary ss Vest cf Solters c f 6 2 4 0 Bot'ley Ib 4 1 6 1 Bell r f . 5 2 2 0 Clift 3 b 5 1 3 3 Carey 2b 4 2 3 0 2 2 He'sley c 4 0 4 2 Ca'well p 1_ 0 V'nAtta p 0 0 rlah'fey p 1 0 aBums bPepper 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 40 IB 27 9 DETROIT--6 AB H PO A 8 2 4 F o x r f 4 1 4 Geh'ircr 2b 5 3 1 Gr'berg Ib 2 110 0 Slm'ons cf a 2 2 0 Goslln If Owen 3b H'worth t Brldffes 'p Rowe p Hogsett r Phillips 0 1 .1 1 n o o o o o c G . Walk'r 1 0 0 0 Totals 4114 27 10 aBattcd /or Caldwell in seventh. bBatted for Van Atta in eiehlh. cBatted for Phillips la ninth. Score by Innings: St. Louis 000 000 3«0--9 Detroit lot 102 200--6 OUT OF THE P R E S S B O X (Continued From Page 9) right behind us. If they hadn't felt that we had given them .a goad game -they wouldn't have . . . * * * "OF COURSE there are dreams of championships . . . and disap pointments. But we said to our selves, this year: 'We've -gone far We hope to go farther . . . but we'l play just one game at a time! 1 "In the football season last fall we had one touchdown scored against us, and lost one game on :hat single touchdown. Some fellows would have said That's pretty good . . . let's sit back a while.' Bu' you can't make any progress tha' way! * * * 'YOU EITHER improve or stag nation sets in. You can't stand still!" * * * BILL BLISS, who playfed No. 1 basketball during the Ames season gave the best reason heard so far for his team's winning the state championship. "We had a 10-man team," he said And that -is exactly true. Bil laughed at the tag "The team without a weakness," applied to Ames af the state tournament. "We knew how we could bi beaten, and- beaten badly," he said . . . but he didn't explain how. * * * "THERE'S SOME one thing in th the makeup of a winning team,' Coach Menze told the St. Ansgar neighbors, "that makes it a winner "You must have someone who-can come through in the pinches; yoi must have boys who are not poo losers, but who hate to lose. "There never was a good team that wasn't a smart team . . . an I've found that the good student generally train.' 1 29 A YEAR Chuck Klein has averaged 2 homeruns a year in his eight sea sons in the National league. STAR STAFF SET AT LAKE SCHOOL Spirit Lake Coach Sessions to See Bible, Lambert, Davis and Cooper. SIOUX CITY, (/?)--Morningside ollege will have an all-star coach- ng staff at its annual athletic in- tructors school at Spirit Lake this ummer. Dana X. Bible of Nebraska, George Hauser of Minnesota, Jack West of North Dakota and "Red" Threlfall of South Dakota State will onduct the football classes. Ward Lambert of Purdue and Les Jayis of East Sioux City high school will -have charge of the basketball instructions. Bob Simpson of Iowa State will explain his track and field theories ,o the coaches. Howard Wood of Sioux Falls will .ake up the problems of young coaches in handling young athletes and Fred Cooper of Fort Dodge will explain problems connected with high school coaching. HUMPHREYlES OFF PREP BOARD arinnell Superintendent Out After 16 Years; Plans Are Uncertain. DES MOINES, UPI--C.- E. Humphrey, superintendent of schools at Grinnell and a member of the board of control of the Iowa High School Athletic association, has resigned, effective at the end of the current school year in June. Humphrey's plans for the future are uncertain. V. D. Patterson, superintendent of schools at Griswold, has been named as the superintendent of the Grinnell schools to succeed Humphrey. A successor to Humphrey on the board of control will be chosen fol- owing the close of school in June, fie has been a member of the board for the last 16 years. BADGlRlWGET NEW SPORT HEAD Nominee's Name Given Over to President, Regents to Hear Dr. Frank. MADISON, Wis., (£)--The name of the new University of Wisconsin athletic director, subject of rumors and speculation by students, alumni and sports followers for weeks, was in the hands 'of President Glenn Frank for submission to the re- ;ents' meeting Tuesday. The university, athletic council, reorganized recently to assure the western conference the faculty controls Badger athletics, has cloakec in mystery its selection, reported to have been reached and delivered to Dr. Frank last Wednesday. 1 Dr. W. F. Lorenz, council chairman, said no more than that the question was entirely out of the board's hands and that the nominee's name had been turned over to Dr. Frank. While other council members remained noncommittal, 'the Milwaukee Sentinel said "the only definite information that has been gained" is that the choice is not Guy Sundt, veteran Wisconsin athletic staff member, and is a man of national reputation. Upper Iowa Waits to See Action Against Wartburg FAYETTE, Iff)--Weather permitting", the Upper Iowa baseball team will open its schedule here Wednesday against the Wartburg college club of Waverly. Cold, windy weather has greatly hampered the Upper Iowa practices and Dr. John Dorman, Peacock coach, is undecided about his starting lineup. THE SCHEDULE April Z2--Wnrtlnirz at rpper Ian. May 8--tipper Iowa at Wartbure. May 12--Simmon at Upper Iowa. May 16--FUUteTIIle Kormal at I'pper Iowa. May 19--tipper Iowa at Simpson. .June 1--Lather at Upper Iowa, June 2--UPP«r lowft at Luther. Hnck 3b lurjrcg sn National Boxscores Monday's Games CHICAGO--g A B H P O Gftlan c f 4 1 1 Herman 2h 4, 2 2 Klein r f 4 1 2 Hartnett c 5 2 5 Demaree It 3 « J v'ella Ih 5 9 1 3 t 3 Henahaw p 4 1 0 2 Totals 38 lla2B 13 PITTSBURGH--9 AB H I'O A Jensen If 5 2 3 0 r. \Vcr rf 5 2 2 0 Hat*y c f 5 1 VatlKh'n .Si.hr Ib 1 5 1 2 3 5 1 10 2 . Ij.va'1" 3b 3 2 (I 1 2ti I'addon c Hlnnton p Brown V \Sctinlle Swift P 2 6 4 2 1 0 0 0 0 (1 1 1 1 0 0 1 II 0 1 1 xxDIckshot 1 0 0 0 Totals 40 1« 37 13 aTwo out when wlnnlnc run was scored. ^Batted for Brown In f i f t h . nBatted for So-lit in ninth. ttncaiio 123 mi 010--S Pittsburgh "DO 021 024--9 PHILA'PHIA--7 A B H F O A Allen c t 2 0 2 0 xGraee 1 0 0 0 Chlouu cf 3 1 3 0 Watklni If 3 0 2 0 J'n M'rt rf 4 X 1 0 Camllll Ib 4 1 10 0 Hiulln 2 b 5 2 1 3 Wilson c 6 0 3 0 VerRrr 3 b 4 2 1 0 Morris s s 4 1 4 4 Bowman p 5 3 0 2 Totals 40 11 27 9 NEW IORK--« A B U I'O A Joe M're If It 2 1 0 Whlte'd 2b 5 2 2 6 O t t r f 5 2 2 0 Lleber c t 3 0 2 0 Leslie Ib 5 0 9 1 .TRcUsntt 3h 3 1 0 3 Mancuso c 4 2 *z£njjllsh 0 0 0 0 1 2 S 0 0 4 0 CaMlc'an p 2 1 1 2 xTcrry 1 0 t Coffman p 0 0 C zzRIpple 1 0 t Totals 38 10 27 IE xBattcd for Allen in fourth, zatted for Caatleman in seventh. zzBnn for Mnncuso In elRnfh. zxzBattcd lor Coffman In ninth. Philadelphia 020 002 111--7 BOSTOJf-- 8 AB H I'O A E. M're rf 4 2 2 0 Urb'skl M 4 1 2 1 B. Jo'n Ib 5 2 10 1 Bertrer c f 5 3 3 0 0 3 3 Cnc'llo Lee If Whlfy 3h Cosc'rt 3b Lopez c 4 2 2 0 Benge p 4 1 0 2 Blanche p 1 0 1 0 Totals 40 14 27 It BROOKLYN All H PO A Bord'ay cf 4 1 3 0 aPhelps 1 0 0 0 Cooney cf 0 0 0 Has'ett Ib 4 1 Frcy 2I 4 0 3 2 LlndVm I f 5 1 1 0 Ruchcr 3b 3 1 0 4 R. M're rt 4 1 2 Gcrac'y ss 3 0 1 1 hEckhardt 0 0 0 J. Jor'n ss 1 1 0 1 3 3 5 1 I 0 0 n 0 (I Rerres c (iBUtr'ilx Earns'w p 0 Jeffcoat p 1 0 Butcher p 2 1 0 2 Leonard p 0 Totals 38 3 27 12 aBattcd for Bordacaray In elcnth. bBatted fnr GeraRhty In eighth. Score by Innings: Boston 322 000 001--8 Brooklyn 000 021 010--4 DfCINNATI--7 AB H PO A Tnyler c f 5 0 0 0 K'p'rls 2b 5 2 1 6 Herman If 5 0 1 0 L'bardl c 4 3 6 0 C'pbell c 1 0 3 0 RlESS 3 b 4 2 1 1 G'dman rf 3 0 0 0 M'Q'n Ih 4 0 9 0 Myers M 4 2 4 4 Br'nan p 4 0 0 0 D'rln'B'r p 0 0 0 0 Totals 39 9x95 11 ST. LOUIS--8 AB H PO A Moore cl 3 1 G 0 FrUch 2 b 4 1 0 0 J. M'tln 3b 5 0 I 0 M'wlck If 5 3 1 0 Collins Ib 4 1 5 0 Davis C 4 1 12 0 Monjan rf 4 1 1 0 S. M'tln » 3 1 J. 3 J. Bean p 3 0 0 0 aMlze 0 0 0 0 Totals 35 9 27 3 xOne out when wlnnlnc run scored. nBatted for J. Dean In ninth. Score by Innlnjrs: Cincinnati ..'.... 302 OOt 010--7 St. Louis 000 200 105--8 THREE-WAY WINS AT LOCAL LANES Crane Leads Teams Monday as Each Squad Bowling Is Series' Victor. C1TV LEAGUE Alles-K l-2~-\nrthWMtrrn v». DrpkfJ-'s Office. 3-4--Rlumer's vn. Glol»-Gft7.elt^, --Kozy Kornrr vs. old Timers. 7-8--Decker's Plnnl vs. Coca Cola. Every winning team on the alleys made it a good night Monday as the final week's stand in the City bowling league opened, each taking three games. The Crane company's trio, however, was credited to the Plumbers when International Motor Truck failed to show up for the flight's games. Only three contests were rolled, leaving Stoddard's and Hugh Davey to end the season on Wednesday night at 7:45, in a postponed match. The Moose Legion won three from Tyler-Ryan and Gallagher's Pontiacs took a series from Standard Oil to finish the- Monday program. The Crane total of 3,030 and single game of 1,082 were high marks for Monday, while Manager Walter Odell rolled a 242 and 633 to lead the individual scoring. INTERNATIONAL MOTOR TRUCKS Forfeit. CKANE CO. Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd To. Av. Swafford 151 215 212 578 193 Odell 182 209 242 fI33 211 Krumbhulz 181 1HS 197 578 1S2 nhltney 212 '124 215 051 184 Desomcry 178 178 15(1 512 171 Actual Pins . . . . 904 ' Handicap 60 924 1022 28511 950 III) 60 ISO TOTAL PMfS 964 984 1082 3030 1010 STANDARD OIL CO. Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd To. Av. .Morcland lfi!I 155 133 457 152 Payne 113 173 154 470 167 Kern 155 133 I l f i 4114 13.1 Holland . . 1 8 2 1.13 141 47fi 159 Gamble 123 165 1(54 453 151 Actmtl Fins Handicap . . . TOTAL PINS 772 779 708 2239 753 117 117 117 351 117 889 Hftft 825 2610 870 GALLAGHER'S PO.NTIACS Players -- 1st 2nd 3rd To. Seel liamber Gerard . J. Due . Gunderso 181 210 1.15 5-16 IK2 . 147 179 14.1 471 178 152 173 S03 155 155 1-10 173 313 179 18.1 182 540 15' 168 1.1,1 1.17 182 A c l l i n l Finn . . : . 840 Handicap . . . . . . . 96 866 R28 2534 84.1 116 116 328 109 TOTAL FINS 936 982 944 2862 U54 MOOSE LEGION Players -- 1st 2nd 3rd To. Av. E. Shannon ...... 20S 191 217 613 204 J. Humphrey ..... 206 A. Pavec ......... 171 E. Clausen J. Berry* Actual H Handicap 179 148 533 156 160 487 148 176 463 . 180 316 209 604 201 901 889 910 2700 SOD 91 91 91 273 91 TOTAL FINS 992 980 1001 2973 991 DAVIS CUP SQUAD TOPS NET MATCH Mason-Dixon Meet Sees All Members Roll Merrily Into Third Round, WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W. Va., JP)--The American Davis cup contingent rolled merrily into the third round of the Mason-Dixon tennis tournament Tuesday, victorious in all the early frays. The veteran Texan, Wilmer Allison, captain of the Davis cup team and seeded No. 1, was handed a bye for the first round and in the second had little trouble beating A. M. Jitkow of New York, 6-2, 6-1. Don Budge of Oakland, Cal., got through the first with a default and then trimmed W. Hall, 6-2, 6-4, to move on. Bryan (Bitsy) Grant, the Atlanta ace, also had a first round rest and turned on Charles Turner of Roanoke, Va., for a 6-3, 7-5 victory. Players- G. Walsh F. Boblnson . . A. Sondercaard H. G. Pnsch . R. N. Johnson Actual Pins T1XER-RYAN CO. 1st 2nd 3rd 178 142 176 Av. 16.1 170 In the Ring By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK--Frankie Klick, 134, San Francisco, outpointed Ralph (Indian) Hirtado, 134, Panama, (10). Wrestling By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK--Chief Sanooke, 340, Oklahoma, defeated Ernest von Heffner, 228, Germany, one fall. OMAHA--King Kong Cox, 235, Lodi, Cal.. and Bull Martin, 240, Boston, drew. LA CROSSE, Wis.--Darna Os- topavitch, 238, Kansas City, pinned Lou Plummcr, 245, Baltimore, 35 minutes To. 49G 186 1.17 167 510 208 1B6 159 533 178 1.1B 156 146 4.18 1.13 187 181 179 547 182 91n 802 827 2.144 848 4.1 4.1 135 4.1 Handicap · 45 TOTAL PINS . . . . 8 6 0 847 8 7 2 3 6 7 9 »93 Highway Commission to Dispose of Five Small Plots of Land DPS MOINES, (/PI--The Iowa highway commission has been authorized to sell or transfer five small plots .of land no longer usef u for highway purposes. The transactions, approved by the state executive council, Include sales to: J. A. Spangler of Crestoa, 1! acres for $2,500; Richard Stoltz o New Hampton, one lot on the Great Western railroad tracks for ?1,000 and to the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy railroad a little less than half an acre at Pleasantville for $1 .TEH WAS SCARED Jimmy Foxx explains why he hasn't been able to hit in Boston the last few seasons. It's not the park but the pitchers who worked against him -- Lefty Grove and Wes Ferrell. Now he's on the same team and he is afraid no more. He figures he'll be able to run up a nice batting average for hia new employers in 1936. Juniors at Mitchell to Give Play Friday Nigh MITCHELL -- The junior class will present the play, "Billy Be Good," Friday evening in the schoo auditorium. The cast consists o Myrtle Toms, Junior Parkhurst, Vera Richardson, - Georgia Schofield, Al len Turner, Melvin Jensen, Paulin Ritter, James Zastrow, Thelma Boa and Kenneth Clayton. $10,000 TROPHY The Indianapolis Speedway trophy is six feet tall and is valued at $10,000. It has been up since the first 500-mile race in 1911. Reliefs of all the winners are on alternate squares, the whole giving the appearance of a checkered flag. Mrs. Troge Funeral Is Held in Osage Church OSAGE--Funeral services were held at St. John's Lutheran church Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock in charge of the Rev. Mr. Brauer for Mrs. C. A. Troge, 47, who died at 8 o'clock Sunday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ingvald Johnson. She had high blood pressure the past 10 years. Born in Mitchell county Sept. IS, 1888, she was married to Gus Troge June 8. 1900: five children were born, Mrs. Ingvald Johnson. Hildegarde, Hulda, Vcrena and Darlenc, all of Osage, who survive with their father, Wilhelm Hartwie Will Move to Mason City. RUDD--Dr. Roy F. Schweizer who has been practicing dentistrj in Rudd the past six years, is moving his practice to Mason City th latter part of May and will be lo cated in the Bagley-Beck building D A N C E Nora Springs Wednesday, April 22 OKLAHOMA COWBOYS ORCHESTRA Glorified Girls One of the new crop of glorified girls selected for the movie version of the late Flo Ziegfeld's life is Mary Jane Halsey of Milwaukee. Bone Believed That of Mammoth at Iowa Falls ELDORA, (1 ?) -- William Lawrence, storekeeper at the state iraining school here, has found what he believes is a rib from some mammoth animal. The bone, found on the Iowa river, is seven feet, :our inches long and weighs about 38 pounds. NAPPY COMEDY OMANCE AT CECIL "Snowed Under," snappy, modern omedy-romance, is billed Wednes- ay and Thursday at the Cecil. ebonair George Brent has the lead- ng- role, while opposite him are enevieve Tobin, Glenda Farrell nd Patricia Ellis. The story of the film centers sout the goings-on in a blizzard- ound New England farmhouse here our hero, a talented young lavwright whose matrimonial ven- ures have failed to measure up to is plays as successes, is sit upon y his two ex-wives--Glenda, the how girl whose demands for ali- nony force our hero to turn out lays too rapidly for art's sake, and enevieve, beautiful, compatible so- lalite from whom be was divorced or no particular reason. To further complicate matters, a harming young neighbor, Patricia, vho is Brent's new romance, is al- o snowbound in the farmhouse. If memory serves correctly, this :ory ran serially in Liberty maga- ine early last winter. It should rovide clever movie material. The latest issue of "March of ime" is also a feature on this program. * * * Al Jolson's latest picture, "The inging: Kid," booked to start Sat- rday at the Cecil, lists the follow- ng stars in its cast: Sybil Jason, yle Talbot, Edward Everett Hort- n, Allen Jenkins, Claire Dodd, the facht Club Boys and Cab Galloway and his band. * * * A gangland thriller and a musical omedy in which a pseudo amateur our is featured provide the double ill of screen fare Wednesday and Thursday at the Strand. Regis Toomey and Sheila Terry ave the principal roles in the gang- ter film which sees the ultimate uccess of their untiring efforts escue the girl's brother who is bout to go to the electric chair or a murder of which he is inno- e'nt. The picture is called "Bars f Hate." * * · The amateur hour in "Millions in he Air," the musical, gives oppor- unity for such stars as. Eleanor Vfrs. Hartwick, Known in Hancock, Succumb; GARNER--Mrs. John Hartwick, 89, well known in Hancock county died Sunday at her home near Giard. Attending the funeral Tuesday at her home there were her nieces, drs. Ralph Upmeyer of Garner, irs. Elva Chase of Mason City and nephews, John and Lou Griffen and Albert Lange of Garner, Mrs. George Boevers, a niece of Algona, .he Rev. and Mrs. Wessel and daughter, Lorraine .of Burt, Fred Arnold, Mrs. C. A. Arnold and. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Arnold, relatives from Klemme, Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. .reiman, Ralph Upmeyer, Mrs. John Griffen and Mrs. Albert Garner. Vira McCall, Teacher at Clarion, Succumb: CLARION--Word was received Saturday of the death of Miss Vira McCall, teacher of English in the Junior high school here, at her home in Bridgewater. Miss McCal had been spending the spring vaca tion at her home and was taken suddenly ill with influenza. Three days later pneumonia developed anc she died Friday night. Miss McCal had taught in the Clarion school for the last six years. Farmer, 68, Buried. WEST UNION--Theodore Mason 68 year old farmer near west Union died Saturday evening. Funeral ser ices were Monday at the Burnham funeral home and interment was a Havelock, Iowa, the former home o the Mason family. STATE THEATER Closed for Remodeling Watch for Opening Dote DANCE AVALON BALL ROOM Manly, Iowa Tuesday, April 21st Music by BENNETT GRETEN Ladies 25c Gents 40c OLD TIME DANCE Thursday, April 23rd Music by KELLY BROTHERS ADMISSION 25c MIXED DANCE DENISON CLUB Wednesday, April 22 Music By BARNEY KAY'S ORCHESTRA Admission 25c Per Person -- Tax Included FOLLOW THE CROWD At Mason City THEATERS Bj B. J. P. Whitney, tap dancer extraordinary, Willie Howard, famous Broadway comedian; Wendy Barrie, and several others. * * * GEORGE HOUSTON MAKES HOLLYWOOD DEBUT George Houston, opera singer who makes his picture debut in "The Melody Lingers On," playing through Thursday at the Palace, has had a varied and interesting NORTH SHORE COUNTRY CLUB COMPLIMENTARY D A N C E Wednesday, April 22 CARL WEST BAND For Members and Guests m in Hampton, N. J.,'the son of a blind evangelist, he toured America and the British Isles with his father during childhood, leading his father from corner to corner, singing hymns. Later he attended what is now known as the Juilliard insbtute where he was graduated as a vocal- . ist and music instructor. During the war, Houston was in the naval reserve and later with a French ambulance unit. Returning to New York he studied agriculture for a time and then became a sailor on a tramp steamer. Later he was · successively dock walloper, tally clerk, assistant loader, runner for a banking house and music teacher in a small, New Jersey town. His theatrical career began when he was chosen as a member of the American Opera company sponsored by the late George Eastman at Rochester, N. Y. He has also had several seasons in stock. On the same bill is "Dangerous Waters," Jack Holt's latest thriller. Robert Armstrong, Grace Bradley and Diana Gibson have other principal roles. To Cover State Funds Tied Up in Closed Banks DES MOINES, OT--State Treasurer Leo J. Wegman was authorized to file claims for $393,909.69 against the state sinking fund used to cover state funds tied up in closed banks.. The authorization involved a bookkeeping transaction in the reorganization of 17 Iowa banks. WED. THURS. Laughter and Music "Millions in the Air" With John Howard 'Willio~HQward - Wendy Barrie Feature NO. 3 PETER B.KYHE'5 Ends Tuesday "HER MASTER'S VOICE 1 ' and "WHIPSAAV" Ladies' Silver Gift Days Wednesday - Thursday NOW SHOWING A Sob in Your Throat! A Tug at Your Heart! A Flow of Unashamed Tears . . · JThls sinclnj: pmotlnnal drama /of a creat love, will hold you t i n Its matfc »pell! "THE MELODY LINGERS ON" with Josephine HUTCHINSON Companion Feature: THE STRANGEST SEA DRAMA YOU EVEE SAW JACK HOLT . . in "Dangerous Waters" with' Kobt. Armstrong, Grace Bradley George HOUSTON John Halllday Mona Barrie Helen Weetley Laura Hope Crewes William Harrigan David Scott Wed. Thurs. Big Double Program! These Dizzy Blondes Will Slay You! See this snowbound husband dig himself out of the worst b l i z z a r d of blondes that ever hit a defenseless male! No. 2 New April Issue. 'March Of Time' Presenting 1. A crime worse t h a n murder. 2. "Veterans of F u t u r e Wars." S. America's No. 1 Gun Dog. *. "Weeds or Ships." r-'t* P -·- $« II | ifl i! #$4.- if PI 1 ifel 'I'Jto.-vi a . ft*-! Ends Tuesday-SHIRLEY TEMPLE "Captain January"

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