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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 23 1936 BEGAZETTE S BOSS GOES, CLUB STOPS MILL CITY Grimes Banished, Colonels Hand Minneapolis Nine First Beating. CHICAGO, CD--Manager Burleigh Grimes of Louisville's Colonels was ordered out of the ball park by Umpire Bill Guthrie for beefing over a decision, but Grimes' banish- jnent did not keep Louisville from banding the American Association champions, the Minneapolis Millers their first .beating of the season, " to 0, Wednesday. Milwaukee conquered Columbus to 2, in', another pitching, battle. Cold weather caused postponement of the. St. Paul at Indianapolis and Kansas City at Toledo games. NATIONAL LOOP BALL BOUNCING (Continued From Pate 13) keep it up, he may hook up with one- of the chain outfits . . . » * * Mule Haas of the White Sox is feeling pretty good about _himsell ... he has reached second and thlrc base on Schoolboy Rowe this season . . . Dixie Howell is looking for a coaching job, If you know of one .. . one sure way not to get an autographed photo of Jimmie Foxx is to leave off the extra "x" when you write him for it ... nine of the 11 members of the Walker cup team are under 30 ... Mike Jacobs now sees a $1,500,000 gate for the Schmeling and Louis. « * * Indiana Hurtado, the lightweight had won 119 consecutive fights unti Frankie Klick trimmed him . . George Earnshaw, after two false starts in the box for Brooklyn finally clicked the way we expected him to do ... win or lose for the Yanks, it's usually by one run . . Joe McCarthy is talking to himself Pioneer Tennis Team Set for Coe in Home Contest GRENNHLt,, )--Grinnell's tennis team will make its firat home start of the season here Friday when the Pioneers meet the Coe college team. Th Pioneers will be strengthened by the return of John Bridgham to the lineup. He was ineligible 'lor tne matches against the University of Iowa, last week. Major Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PKESS Bill Terry and Hank Leiber, Giants--Terry hit triple and two singles to drive in three runs; Leiber got homer with two on against Phillies. George Earnshaw, Dodgers-Held Boston Bees to five hits for first victory of season. , Calvin Chapman and Lew Riggs, Reds--Hit homeruns in eighth against Cards, Chapman driving in two runs with his pinch blow. ' Harland Clift, Browns--Led 18- hit attack on Tigers' pitchers by driving in four runs with double and two singles. Fred Ostermueller, Red Sox- Scattered Senators' 12 hits and drove in two runs with double in 4-3 victory. City League Payoffs FINAL STANDINGS OP 1. D«tor'» Office '. !X 2. Crane Company 90 3. Northwestern Cement PO 4. Decker'* Flint 90 Tie Kory Kornw , Tie Old Timers »0 7, Bfannr'i Golden Glow PCI 90 »n 8. GIobe-Gaiette 9. StoMard'i 10. Standard Oil Company . Tie Gallacnrr's FontlaM ... Tie Moosd Letclon J3. Huch DavFy ant) Son .. 14. International Trurks ... 1B. Tylrr-Rynn Furnltnre .. 1«. Coca-Cola DO . Ml HO CO BO IK) W 86 05 J3 K 91 91 an 49 44 43 43 43 ·Ml 33 30 27 POT. 021 nil · 989 878 BB7 567 550 544 4ft9 478 478 47ft 444 3B7' 333 300 PRIZE US.DO 43.00 32.00 23.00 7.80 7.50 ow $5.00 0.50 8.30 5.20 5.10 5.10 1.00 4.40 .30 .30 30 .00 .30 3.00 2.70 TOTAL $60.60 48.50 37.30 28.10 KM 12.60 8.00 4.90 4.40 4.30 4.30 4.30 4.00 3.30 3.00 2.70 .. Totals 16 team entrlei at $15.00 $188.00 J7J.OO S240.00 STATE.MKNT PAID OUT 15 regular prism 720 wlnnlns Barnes at 10 «nt« 5168.00 75.00 14 TEAMS SET FOR SOFTBALL CIRCUIT (Continued From Paje 13) shall and Swift, Decker's No. 1 Decker's No. 2, People's Gas and Electric; Post Office, WStwer Grocers, Standard Oil, State Brand Creamery, Evangelical C h u r c h , Northwestern States Portland Cement, Y. M. C. A. Leaders Corps, International Harvester and the 40 and 8. Bowling crry LEAGUE HUGH DAVE1" AND BON -- int 2nd 3rd To. 210 813 5»2 2:9 171 532 146 142 442 159 180 013 188 SOI 6!S L. A. Moe ........ 16K G. Sijnlers ........ 143 1. T. Dayey ...... 154 C. M. Ijoin ...... 188 C. M. Collins ..... 163 Av 187 177 H7 17: 184 877 60 Actual Plni ....... 813 822 81)6 2631 Handicap ......... 60 60 60 180 Total rim ...... 873 882 986 SHU STODDARD'S FJayeri -- lat 2nd 3rd To. W. V. LorlnK ..... 102 131 118 382 C. Snyder ......... 127 1B7 132 426 H. Knenel . . . , ..... 174 IBS 150 480 J. C. Stoddard ---- 150 I I S 170 441 C. H. E«Uck ...... 173 201 143 623 Actual Pins ....... 73J 77« 723 2331 H.ndlcap ......... 120 123 12E 3»7 Total Fin ....... 861 908 882 2618 873 WOMEN'S LEAGUE MICKEI MOUSE rlaren-- lit 2nd 3rd To. anda ................. ' I 21 l(1 31B Hell ........ , ......... 128 141 140 409 H. GlanvHIo ........... I" 138 150 «5 ,e«l ................... 14.3 119 123 385 Doe ......... . ......... "l l°o ones .................. 1« 111 «« Actual Pln« . . . . . . . . . . . ; 610 630 Handicap .............. 84 84 615 1885 67 335 ·Total Pim 694 711 682 2080 D. K. MJNDBEBG AND CO. Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd To. Volsnak 182 158 136 «6 Innsy 188 128 108 402 Bamber 13* 160 126 430 Sehemmer 137 no 130 443 Stephan , 1M 101 114 380 Actual Mm .~470 72K mi 3151) Handles? 78 78 78 234 Total Finn 887 807 6BO S354 DIAMOND BUTTER BREAD Flayers-- · l*t 2nd 3rd To. M. Hall Ul 153 105 3'iO Cootonan 132 )« '« «» Berncmnn 109 151 136 396 Slmnw 159 103 13S 391 Zwerneman 100 100 E. Glanville 125 145 270 Actual Pln« 646 6S1 682 1979 Handlcw ....;-. 67 7S 67 206 Total Pins 713 723 748 2185 FIVE STARTERS The New York Giants are planning to use Hubbell, Schumacher, Gumbert, Smith and Castleman as reguler pitchers this year. League Leaders LEAGUE LEADERS By The Associated Press. NATIONAL Batting--Terry, Giants, .636. Runs--Herman, Cubs, and Moore, Giants, 11. Runs Batted In--Leiber, Giants, 11. Hits--Moore, Giants, 16. Doubles--Herman, Cubs, 7. Triples--Moore, Giants, Bucher and Hassett, Dodgers, McQuinn, Reds, 3. Homeruns--Klein, Cubs, 4. Stolen Bases--J. Martin, Cardl- .nals, and Hack, Cuts, 3. Pitching--Coffman, Gumbert and Hubbell, Giants, Benge, Bees, Hollingsworth, Reds, 2-0. AMERICAN Batting--Bell, Browns, .448. Runs--R. Ferrell, Red Sox, and Carey, Browns, 9. Runs Batted In--Dickey, Yankees, and Trosky, Indians. 12. Hits--Travis, Senators, 15. Doubles--Dykes, White Sox, 4. Triples--Averill, Indians, Clift, Browns, Lewis, Senators, Greenberg, Tigers, Cramer, Red Sox, and Walker, Yankees, 2. Homeruns--Dickey, Yaa k e e s, and Trosky, Indians, 3. Stolen Bases--Werber, Red Sox, 33. Pitching--W. Ferrell and Grove, Eed Sox and Rowe, Tigerg, 2-0. OUT OF THE P R E S S B O X Cootlnned From Page 13) has always resulted in a smile for the St. Paul residents and a snort by those folks who live across the river. St. Paul has won seven Association titles, Minneapolis only six , . . and the Millers want that seventh one this year . . . * * * Football, in closing: Did you s«e that it was William "Bud" Suter who punched over for the touchdown as Drake's varsity beat the Bulldog reserves 7 to 0 in a spring practice game Tuesday ? Suter went over from the two-yard line--after Bill Luffman had been stopped there late in the fourth period . . . Luffman took a 35-yard pass from Jim Johnson to get within scoring range. Slugging Iowa Nine Plays Chicago in Second Tussle Against Conference Clubs IOWA CITY, UP)--The heavy-hitting Iowa University baseball team, boasting a .313 batting average for six games, will train its long range guns on the Chicago university club here Friday in the first of a two game series. The Hawkeyes are undefeated in Big Ten competition, having whipped Northwestern in a pair of games here last week. Coach Otto Vogel's team may find the going a "little rougher against the Maroons, for the , Chicago club has two pitchers, Connor Laird and Harry Yedor, who turned in victories over the Hawk- eyes last season. Nine Iowa hitters have been bus-ting the ball at better than a .300 clip! John Stephens, the little second baseman, has pounded out 11 hits in 25 times at bat for a .440 average, the best on the squad. National League Plans on Eight Birthday Parties as 60th Season Is Under Way NEW YORK, UB--The National league's sixtieth anniversary celebrations will begin at the Boston park June 24 with Chicago's Cubs combining with the Bees in staging the first of eight birthdav parties. The two cities have had uninterrupted representation in the league since its founding in 1876. Plans for the celebration, announced from league headquarters Thursday, include the following "party" occasions: July 9, Boston at Cincinnati (night game); 14, Brooklyn at St. Louis; 16, New York at Pittsburgh; 26, Pittsburgh at New York; August 2, St. Louis at Philadelphia; 13, Philadelphia at New York; and 22, Cincinnati at Chicago. Goodell High to Open Bid for County Title in Play Against Woden Prep Nine GOODELL--The defending champion Goodell high school baseball team will open the Hancock county baseball tournament against Woden, it was announced whereas the drawings were made. Corwith will play Hayfield In the other upper bracket contest. Crystal Lake meets Klemme and Kanawha drew the only bye of the first round in the lower bracket. This year's tournament will be held at Kanawha, a week before the district meet. The date for the latter event has not been set. : ·· VIoore of Giants Toughest of Tough at Game's Start NEW YORK, Iff)--Naional league pitchers are finding Joe Moore of the Giants a tough customer to face right at the start of a ball game. In eight contests so far, Moore, the leadoff man, has hit safely six times on his first trip to the plate. He drew a walk one other time. Sheldon Jaysee Wins Scrap With Emmetsburg Ball Club BMMETSBURG -- Sheldon junior college defeated the local Jaysee baseball nine 4 to 3 here Wednesday afternoon in a fast exhibition.. The visitors made 5 hits, 4 runs and one error. Emmetsburg got 11 hits, runs and one error. Batteries were Prochaska and Carmichael for Emmetsburg; Adams and Lucas for Sheldon. The game was the first for the local collegians this spring. WART6URG SEEKS OUT LEAGUE SPOT Waverly College to Try for Place in Iowa Circuit at May Meeting. WAVERLV--War'.lwrg college of Waverly will make application for admission to the Iowa conference at the spring meeting of that group at Simpson college on May 16. The approval of President Braulick and faculty was the last hurdle in student agitation for application. Other requirements for the union will be met by Wartburg college. Wartburg will have the same eligibility rules and will sponsor at least three major sports. Although the football schedule for next fall at Wartburg has been drawn up, negotiations are proceeding with Dubuque university so that at least one game may be played with an Iowa conference team, and if Wartburg is granted admission to the conference it will be abl« to schedule teams for next year in basketball and baseball. Although a member of the Tri- State conference, in which league the Knights copped the basketball title this year, Wartburg is making application because of its central location and the general desirability of being in a home state league. Los Angeles Boys to Be On Opposite Courts for Mason-Dixon Semifinals WHITE' SULPHUR SPRINGS, W. Va., (IP)--The California contingent on the Davis cup team has to decide which of the two Los Angeles boys will enter the finals of the Mason-Dixon tennis tourney. Don Budge found himself matched against his home towner. Gene Mako. Bryan (Bitsy) Grant of Atlanta, the other Davis cup survivor, had to take on dangerous Hal Surface of Kansas City. Surface pushed Wilmer Allison, the Davis cup captain, out of the picture, 6-2, 4-6, 6-3 in a match Wednesday. Bitsy Grant contributed about the aest performance of the day in turning: back Wilmer Hinea of Los Angeles in straight sets, 6-3, 6-2. Mako had little trouble with Gilbert Hall of New York. BETTER THAN '35 At least half of the International eague clubs are stronger than last fear in the opinion of George Weiss, Mewark president." Wrestling (By The Associated Press) ATLANTA--Danno O'Mahoney, 220, Ireland, and Orville Brown, 218, Kansas, drew, 90 minutes. TRENTON, N.. J.-- Joe Cox, 222, Cleveland, and Chief Little Wolf,' 224, drew (one fall each) 90 minutes. In the Ring (By The Associated Press) CHICAGO--John Henry Lewis, 180, Phoenix, Ariz., world light- heavyweight champion, outpoint- ed Izzy Singer, 181, New York, (10). Non-title. DETROIT--Lou Ambers, 135, Herkimer, N. Y., outpointed Orval Drouillard, 132, Windsor, Ont, (10). WHAT IS DIFFERENT ABOUT D-X AND D-X ETHYL? THEY ARE LUBRICATING MOTOR FUELS · · · · · CONTAIN A HIGH HEAT- RESISTING LUBRICANT WHICH PROTECTS VALVES, PISTONS, RINGS AND ALL UPPER-CYLINDER PARTS. D-X AND D-X ETHYL ARE EXCLUSIVELY DIFFERENT AND YOU CAN TEST THEM IN YOUR OWN CAR UNDER THE FAMOUS DIAMOND TRIAL BOND WHICH GUARANTEES BETTER PERFORMANCE OR YOUR MONEY BACK! m?2i^fat^ ··/i sCTiiV! f /;« ? llfr'.^^^''-''T^i ; '":;: tllillinMl^lmwiDB Uife^ x ; v':;:'.·;, ^'TV;:.'..-;.''" 1 :--. :·.".·,.'(· . · · ' · . . ' . . · ' . /,-'-, , · . . ' ' · · · ; · . - . . - · ' ... -l'---^ ··' ·'.''...:· : · · " · ' ' '· "·-·'. " ;·'-. v :; .; .v^ : v -v % f I \v : : :r'··"--·;;.-.-'-.-?·-·.·'."/fc Condition Is Unchanged. EAGLE GROVE--The condition of Oscar S. Hobbet, attorney, who underwent an operation at the Mayo hospital, Rochester,, Minn., a few days ago, for a cerebral tumor, is reported as being practically unchanged. His condition is extremely serious. Four Veterans to Be With Cyclone Golf Team Friday AMES--Four veterans will be in the lineup of the Iowa State college golf team when it opposes the University of Nebraska four at Wakonda club in Des Moines Friday. Capt. Harlan Anderson, Robert Bauge, John MacRae and Cyril Radcliffe will form the Cyclone lineup. Eighteen holes of doubles will be started at 9 o'clock Friday, while 18 more holes of singles are scheduled for the afternoon. Cyclones Look for Scalps as Kansas State Is Faced AMES--The Iowa State college baseball nine, unbeaten this season, will attempt to add another pair ol Big Six conference victories to its credit in games with Kansas State college at Manhattan, Kans., Friday and Saturday. Defending their Big Six title, the Cyclones have now won four contests this spring--two from Nebraska last week in conference games, and non-conference wins frc-m State Teachers and Simpson. State Teachers to Play Luther in Two Contests CEDAR FALLS, (.¥)--With only one veteran in the lineup, the Iowa State Teachers college baseball team plays Luther at Decorah Friday and Saturday. Coach L. W. "Munn" Whitford plans to start Gordon Blanchard on the mound in the first game and will send Jimmy Manship to the pitcher's box Saturday: Louis, Schmeling Ready to Start on Grind of Training NEW YORK, UP)---The first licks of preparation for the Joe Louis- Max Schroeling heavyweight fight, other than those already delivered by Promoter Mike Jacobs, are scheduled for Thursday. Schmeling was slated to visit Peekskill, N. Y., to look over a possible traning camp site at the Oregon Country club. Louis was due to leave Detroit for Lafayetteville, N. Y., where he will do a little wood chopping and serious eating for about 10 days before establishing tiis permanent camp at LaTcewood, N. J. Charles City News Informations Against 2 Filed by Attorney CHARLES CITY--County attorney informations were filed against Cnarles Hoeft, who is charged with illegal possession of intoxicating liquor and against Lionel Rooney, charging him with breaking and entering. Hoeft was arrested Sunday night with W. C. Shaffer in the north part of town. The two men got into an argument with George Dahmer who polled their car out of the ditch. It is alleged Rooney took a watch from the home on wheels belonging to Lyle Boyer. The sheriff found the watch in Rooney's shoe and while he was in jail he was stricken with appendicitis and had to be taken to the hospital for an operation. In Charge of Grocery. CHARI/ES CITY--Mr. and Mrs. Bmil Ladwig have purchased the neighborhood store, 419 South Jackson street, known as Ludle's Modern grocery, and have taken possession. They have changed the name to Maud and Ed's Grocery. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Eric-n, sellers ' of the store, have purchased a business in Clarion and will open a Rite- Way food store. At Mason City THEATERS o» K. J. r. CKCIWALACK FILM IS FULL OF ACTION The Leathernecks Have Landed," billed Friday only at both the Cecil and Palace theaters, is crammed full of action and thrills with Lew Ayrcs, [sabel Jewell and Jimmy Ellison in leading roles. Ayres, playing the part of a hard fighting marine whose quick temper seems to land him in jail every time ie goes ashore with his pal, played by Ellison, finally winds up as an ex-marine running guns for one faction in a Chinese revolution. Isabel Jewell, whose prominence in pictures was assured by her performance as the telephone operator with Bebe Daniels and John Barrymore in "Counsellor at Law," does a worthy job as a tough yet sympathetic hanger-on in a Shanghai night club. * * *. Hoot Gibson returns to the screen as the head man in a new western thriller, "Lucky Terror." Beautiful and alluring Lona Andre plays opposite the cowboy star. The second picture on the Strand's program Friday and Saturday is "Sequoia," filmed in the redwopd forests of the high Sierras in California. The latter film is a real triumph for photographic skill in outdoor work, while some of the sequences in which animals are the only characters are amazing. Consolidation Is Proposed. WAVERLY--A decision to consolidate ttie Waverly Community club and the Retail Merchants association into one group has been made by the directors. A merger committee is to report next week on plans for consolidation. A yearly budget with monthly collection of dues, is planned. Return to Fulda. S WALED ALE--Mr. and Mrs. Henry Busse and Mr. and Mrs. Busse, Jr., all of Fulda, Minn., returned home after several days with their daughter and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Albers. Miss May Busse who has been visiting here for several months returned with them. STATE THEATER Closed for Remodeling Watch for Opening Date D A N C E NORTH SHORE COUNTRY CLUB Saturday, April 25 JACK ALLEN'S ORCHESTRA For Members and Guests OLD-TIME DANCE AVALON BALLROOM Manly, Iowa THURSDAY, APRIL 23 Music by Kelley Bros. Orchestra Admission 25c Coming Tues., April 28 JACK HAMPTON and His DETROITERS. Charles City Briefs CHARLES CITY--Mrs. J- C. Norman and Mrs. A. F. Mueller will leave at the end of the week for California to be away two months visiting relatives. Mrs. George Norman of Storm Lake, daughter-in- law of Mrs. J. C. Norman, will accompany them. Twenty-two faculty members and guests of the Greene public school attended a dinner Wednesday evening in the Marine room of the Garden cafe. Joe Vance won the cribbage championship in a series of city games played the last few weeks in the Smoke Shop. New patients in the Cedar Valley hospital are Mrs. Ben Beck and Mrs. A. J. Krall of Bassett. Mrs. E. G. Brown described her visit to Havana, Cuba, last winter at the meeting of the Wa-Tan-Ye club which met at Mrs. Kellogg's tearoom. "The Green Ghost" has been chosen as the senior class play and a cast of 19 members has been chosen. The play will be presented May 21 and 22. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Baldwin are parents of a daughter. Miss Alma Merklin of Ackley has accepted a position in the office of the Oliver Equipment company. The Home Owners Loan corporation has granted 200 loans to Floyd county residents totaling $322,341. There were 69 loans made in Mitchell county, 79 in Butler, 21 in Bremer and 262 in Cerro Gordo county. The Farm Labor party will have a meeting in the courthouse Friday night, at 8 o'clock. Hoot . Gibson in "LUCKY TERROR" "SEQUOIA" with JEAN PARKER THE GKEAT AIR MYSTERY' NEWS EVENTS- GIFTS TO THE KIDDIES ENDS TONITE "Millions in the Air" "Bars of Hate" LADIES' GIFT NI'iE EALAGE Ends Thursday: "THE MELODY LINGERS ON" and "DANGEROUS WATERS" Starts Saturday: The tonic of love and laugh! "BRIDES ARE LIKE THAT" --with-Ross Alexander - Anita Louise and MARGARET SULLAVAN --in-"The Moon's Our Home" --with-Henry Fonda Charles Butterworth 'arewell for Pastor at Chapin Will Be Sunday CHAPIN The members and riends of the Chapin Congregational church will give a farewell dinner in the church basement Sunday n honor of their pastor, the Rev. Uec Russell and Mrs. Russell, who re leaving May 1 for their new harge at Gilbert. Mr. Russell has icen serving as pastor of the Rockwell and Chapin churches for seven Professor Warner Dies. KIRKSVILLE, Mo., UP -- Prof. Arthur Burdette Warner, 80, who ormerly taught at Allerton, Haran and Missouri Valley, Iowa, died here following a brief illness. He was a member of the Kirksville State Teachers college faculty he- ore retiring. SHADY BEACH Clear Lake FRIDAY NIGHT vow Fish Fry wlth 1: JKJEl A Your Qt. of Beer MUSIC EVERY NIGHT Kenny's Trio Saturday and Sunday . DINE AND DANCE With Us! No Caver Charge B A L L . R O O M OLD-TIME DANCE Friday 26c, S. S. Tax Inel. Earl Hunt's 1 Orchestra LAWRENCE WELK SATURDAY 26c All Tax Incl. 60c Opening Sunday Dance April 26--Price 26c, 40c Buy Advance Tickets Now for Anson Weeks May 7 HURRAY! AT BOTH THE · FRIDAY IS THE GALA DAY! CECIL PALACE Join the rest of the crowds who get in on ,r the. fun J . HERE ABE THE "BENGAL LANCERS" OF THE SEA! , . . Fi B htln e at the drop of a hat --Lovlne at t h o droop of »n eyelid! Adventure- When the JJevll- dOKS su-tnR I n t o action! LEW AYRES "THE LEATHERNECKS HAVE LANDED" with Isabel Jewel Jimmy Ellison LAST TIMES THtmSDAY 1. "SNOWED UNDER" with Georpe Brent, Glenda FarrelJ, Genevicve Tobln, Patricia EIUs 2. "MARCH OF TIME" STARTS SATURDAY SING-A: I a m 1 ( V 0- t! PIUS J ^ - , ,.; "ALIBI RACKET" From "CHmf Dwn't ray' 1 Sfrlfi

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