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12 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE BE-GAZETTE SPORTS MONDAY, MARCH 27, 1939 CABBY'S BOYS HEAD TO EAST Hartnett Worried by Bartell, Dean Before Jaunt Back Home By ROBERT MYERS Associated Press Sports Writer LOS ANGELES, (IP)--Heading into the last week of their annual spring sojourn in Southern California, the Chicago Cubs remain, in the eyes of this admiring locality, a solid choice to win the National league championship again. Unquestionably the class of the far western division of the grape- fiuit league, the Cubs begin their trek east, via Arizona and Texas, Thursday night. Peeking into the worry department o£ Manager Charles Leo Hartnett, the biggest problems hinge around the slightly rheumatic joints of Shortstop Dick Bartell!, and the pitching possibilities of the great one himself, Jerome Herman Dean. Not So Critical? The Dean matter isn't such a critical problem, as that, for the reason that his ailing arm is no new development and the success or failure of the Cubs is not founded on his ability to come back. With or without Ol' Diz, Chicago has a fairly good mound corps, headed by General Bill Lee, ace of 'the circuit in 1938, and flanked by Clay Bryant, Larry French, Charlie Hoot, Relief Pitcher Jack Russell and a couple Take Eye of Coast Fans « Little Town" Cagers Win in Minnesota Prep Clash Mountain Lake Is *· -Champion, Wins in Marshall High Tilt ST. PAUL, U . f i -- M o u n t a i Lake, rated a mere pre-tourns ment darkhorse in the 26th annu Minnesota high school basketba championships, Monday proud toted home a trophy representin a distinct victory of "small tow over big city." The surprising Mountain Lakers, from a small town of 1,388 souls, set a blazing pace in the tournament finals S a t u r d a y nifht (o win 37 to 31 over Minneapolis Marshall, representing the largest city in Minnesota. It was a brilliant victory for th small town lads, who after trailin during the first half, turned on th of recruits who value. may prove of As for Dick Bartell, Hartnett believes he'll be able to take up regular duty in the infield, and if he falters, Steve Mesner can li!l in. Mesner has hit and fielded well during Bartell's absence this spring. He batted .331 with Indianapolis in 1938, and steadied by the reliable Stan Hack on third and Billy Herman at second, may turn out to be a real find for the Cubs. Youngster Gels Call Phil Cavarretta remains Cabby's first choice as first, although 3'ou can hear a lot of argument on why the slim young Italian gets the call over Ripper Collins. Gabby's outfield has b e e n functioning splendidly to date. Hank Leiber, in center, hasn't reached batting form, perhaps, but he has been better than ex- Aberdeen High Is South Dakota Best ABERDEEN, S. Dak., (U.R--Ab erdeen high school won the an nual South Dakota high schoo basketball tournament Saturda night with a 27 to 20 triumph ove Huron. Sioux Falls won the con solation match, defeating Water town 38 to 26. --. ...._ i.t.^ ^ !_!_!* iji-ntj. Lijuii c.v-- j rail pected in fielding. Joe Marty, the Lakers whife the sDectVrniar right fielder who was the hero- Heuben Epp followed with 8 "af if there was any--of the Cub en- «-- »i«/:r. i u "^wea w u n a tai- gagement with the Yankees last fall, has snapped out of a moody sh^-K^s IE , ever, while Augie Galan likewise is hitting the ball. A young fellow named Hartnett will be back for the eighteenth straight season to handle the catching, but now that he's the Cub manager you can look for a lot of work to fall on capable Gus Mancuso. Red Heads to Play Garner High Squad in North Iowa Tilt GARNER--Making one of their three Iowa appearances o£ this season, members of Olson's All- American Bed Heads will play an exhibition basketball game with Coach Ralph Luchsinger's fast Garner high school boys" team at the Gamer high school gymnasium Saturday night, April 8. The team is billed as the world's champion girls' team and in its first season played a total of 133 games before more than 200,000 spectators. Since that time they have played games in every state and have made movie short acts. On the squad are Kay Kirkpat- nck, Hazel Vickers, Ruth Osburn, Hazel Smith, Lila Blue, Gladys Lommler and Peggy Lawson. The team will play according to boys' rules. Cincy Reds Pound to Win Over Sox LAKELAND, Fla., (U,R--The Cincinnati Reds were still playing .500 ball as they met the Detroit Tigers Monday. The Reds pounded out a 9 to 5 victory over the Boston Red Sox Sunday. Detroit's reserve squad licked the Buffalo Bisons o£ the International league 6 to 2 Sunday HIGHLIGHTS-OBrGinftL RULES GGW. fstaueet cold? fi*ti cjvi b+ a nntt «. C. SPIMK Jk SON steam in the final two quarters t pull steadily away from the Mar shallites, who incidentally wer doped to win the crown Beat Stroii? Cities' Team Standouts in Mountain Lake' sparkling second half drive were Reuben Epp and little Harry Franz. Epp, rated one of Minne sola's outstanding prep schoo cage players, sparkplugged thi new champions until he went ou of the game on fouls late in the third quarter. Then the' diminutive Franz took command and led his mates to triumph. / Marshall, d e s p i t e defeat played the hangup game of which it was capable. The Cardinals' lanky Don Mattson played one of the p-eatest games of Jus career, scoring the hteh total of 18 points. But the breath taking offense and tenacious defense of the well- balanced Mountain Lake tribe was too much for the Cardinals. The new champions earned their first ?, i 1 ? was the fourth time Mountain Lake had competed in the finals of the state tournament Franz Counts 13 Points Franz scored 13 points for the a lies. Although Franz and Epp were the standouts, Mountain had not even a prayer with- o enry Epp, Reuben's brother. Albert Steinle, and Willard Rempel Mountain Lake is coached by Ray Bassett. Third place in the tournament standings went to South St. Paul %vhich defeated Brecken- nflge 36 to 23 Saturday night. And in the consolation finals, uiloert won 43 to 35 over Thief River Falls, last year's champions. A crowd of over 8,000 saw the finals to set a new tournament attendance record of close to 29,000 tight teams, all regional cham- mons competed in the tourney. The two quintets which did not see action Saturday night were Austin and Hutchinson Franklin Licenses Increase 3 76 in'38 HAMPTON--An increase of 76 ,!f"o ng and hunting licenses in 1938 is reported by Miss Hilda Bockelman, Franklin county recorder. · A'?* 81 . °1 2 .°« licenses was is- Irate Fans Turn on Heat, Stands Blaze MEXICO CITY, W-Irate fans n T« S j antis in the Asturias park Sunday in protest against an umpires decision which gave the Astunas soccer team a 3 to 2 victory over the Necaxa eleven. The damage was estimated at $10 000 A New Venture at 91 Years Something: new at the age of 91 years--that's what Dr. Samuel Q. Helfenstein of Dayton, Ohio, found in Mason City, as the veteran minister turned to the game of volleyball for the first time at the Y. SI. C. A courls. Dr. Helfenstein Is uncle of Dr. Roy C. Helfenstein, pastor of the First Congregational church of Mason City. A devotee of exercise, the senior Helfenstein takes a two- nule walk every day, preferably before breakfast, follou-ing- with a swim during the summer months. Vlason Cityan Leads /Vay in Early Days f Cleaner Classic £arl Ratliff of Mason City loved to an early lead in the yons Cleaners bowling classic ere over the weekend, with a aturday score of 763. The meet will continue throueh aturdays and Sundays, the first vo weekends of April. Early leaders included- jrl Katliff Mason City obi. Lytle Des Moines - Davey Fort Dodge F. Aeher Fort Dodge I S t 104 183 1ST--763 .... 181 173 203 IBS-145 ....164 163 147 200-694 183 167 138 128--6J5 Wildlife Stamps on Sale for Hancock GARNER -- Sale of w i 1 d 1 i f e oster stamps for the second con- ecutive year is being undertaken n Hancock county by the Hanock County Conservation league nd the Hancock County Wildlife issociation. Dr. George A. Bemis is chair- lan of the combined group. Committee members assislin" ·ith the sale are Bill · Houdek. od Rhoades, R. E. Nesbit and reorge L. Free SAG CITY HAS 1.0. P. A. HONOR Sportsmanship Trophy Goes to Indians With Monday Ceremony SAC CITY, (IDPA)--Before wildly-applauding audience u between 700 and 1,000 person Sac City high school's basketba squad Monday was formally pre sented with the Iowa Daily Pres association's trophy for the bes sportsmanship displayed in th final state basketball tournamen Karl Melcher, business man ager of the Marshalltown Times Republican and president of th Iowa Daily Press association made the presentation and con gratulated the school and city fo producing players who "could ac eept defeat with the same goo grace they used in winning vie tones." He obviously referred to th upset quarterfinal 22 to 17 victors of Mason City's Mohawks ove Sac City's highly favored Indians in the state meet. Jim Thynne Accepts Capt. Jim Thynne, all-state cen ter for the last two seasons ac cepted the trophy for the tear and Supt. Leonard Steger ac cepted it for the school. Other who appeared on the program in eluded Principal Fred J. Ehr hardt, chairman; A. G. Hedman ^resident of the board of educa uon; Martin C. Brandes, coach and Raymond Wilson, president o he chamber of commerce. In presenting the handsome 21- nch, gold trophy, Melcher pointed out that it is the Iowa Daily Press =«ociation's contribution towarc maintenance of and further development of the high plane of portsmanship now prevalent in ow a high school athletics. The boys who participated on he teams playing in the state ournament knew better than any- ne else the attitude displayed bv then- opponents and their team- -nates," Melcher declared. "There- ore they .were in a better posi- lon than anyone else to vote in- elligently on the team that should eceive the trophy "Prize Highly" as Title You boys didn't bring home the tate 'championship but you did ring home something that you an prize as highly--an award for utetandmg sportsmanship." f »h h 0 iV h ?- b ?? s on ever y ° ne i the 16 finalist squads was iven one ballot in the sports- nanship trophy polling, with the estnction that he could not vote or his own team. Accepting the trophy, Captain hvnne said: "It really makes us all very roud that we can display this hort of a trophy in our trophy ase. Although we have no state iiampionship honors, we do have omethmg to make us very happy nd proud, our Iowa Daily Press Association sportsmanship trophy." Ifidiana Cagers in Final Victory at Catholic -Tournament CHICAGO, U.R) _ Central Catholic high school of Fort Wayne, Ind., added the National Interst-hoiastic Basketball championship to its' Indiana State title Monday after defeating Leo of Chicago, 44 to 37, in Sunday night's finals. St. Ignatius of Chicago defeated St. George, Chicago, 27 to 24 for third place and Father Ryan of Nashville, Tenn. won the consolation title from Messmer of Milwaukee, Wis., 36 to 35 in an overtime. Four Chickasaws to Enter State Events NEW HAMPTON--Four New Hampton high school boys will compete in the annual University o£ Iowa invitation prep track meet on April L Coach Orville Nichols has entered Don Babcock and Manley Fhger in the hurdles; Lloyd Blankenheim and Vincent Gebel in the sprints. The boys will also compete in the 880 yard relays. 6V D.Q.K. £ EOiTOR "Four Girls in White," Hospital Drama, Is Scheduled for Cecil · 1 V? g ?»l°,. th " h ° s Pi taI Tuesday (via the screen) for a look at "Fou ·iris in White," which plays at the Cecil for three days This hosDita ^J^TM*£*TM?*,*!?* U - na «**«!, Ann Rutherford.X" Jessie Ralph an Taylor is the native Nashuan who for the past few vears ha: nrvn pied a consistent niche in the ranks of the leading mer" T h e N o r t *Iowan recently returned froi England where he worked in picture. In "Foiir Girls in White" Tay lor plays the role of a handsom MOVIE MENU CECIL--"3Tou Can't Cheat- a Honest Man" ends Monday "Four Girls in White" begins Tuesday. .PALACE--"Son ol Frankenstein and "Beauty for the Asking throueh Tuesday. STRAND --"Sing You Sinners and "Lawless Valley" throug Tuesday. STATE --"Racket Buster" an "Affairs of Annabel" throug Tuesday. LAKE--(Clear Lake)--"Wings o the Navy" and "Personal Secre tary" end Monday. "Touchdow Army" and "Off the Record" be gin Tuesday. THOMPSON HAS CATCHER POST Mason Cityan Ready to.Step Into Steady Iowa State Spot AMES--Following a week o outdoor workouts, rookies an veterans are sharing attentioi equally in the Iowa State colleg jaseball lineup. Coach LeRoy Timm won't evei lazard a guess at his starting nin for the 1939 opener with Simpson college here April 7. But the line up he's been using most often in ong practice skirmishes is rela ively inexperienced in Big Si; onference wars. Three of the six Cyclone letter nen are pitchers.- Don Weber Stan Swandahl and Dean Drurj re counted upon to do the heav; uty twirling this season. A paii f newcomers. Leon Wilson anc Bob Wunsch, show promise as un- erstudies. John Thompson, stocky sophomore wrestler, is practically a cinch to win the catching berth. Floyd Whitford/ 1936 regular, is back in school and has taken over the first sack. Capt. Oth- raar Pudenz, hard hitting 1938 first baseman, has been shifted to shortstop. A pair of sophomores---Fred jordon, basketball ace, and Dougas Strohbehn--are at presen' oldine down second and third. Gridder Everett Kischer, a money hitter." is the No. 1 out- elder for Iowa State. The 1938 eserves, Clark Kaskie and Owen -laffner, are batting for the other vo posts with Soohomores Bob enedict and Don Giliam. owa Stater Places n National Swims AMES--Roger Adams, lanky ophomore from the Canal Zone, riday became the first Iowa tate College swimmer to place in ic National Collegiate champion- 11DS. Adams qualified for the finals . the 50-yard free style with a me of :24.1. then finished fiftn. is oualifying time equalled the ew Big Six conference record he stablished earlier this month. Adams, Big Six 100-yard cham ion as well, won his freshman umeral at Iowa State in 1937 but as out of school until Jan. 939. itarlinjr Warfare at Ind, No Bounty Fund IOWA FALLS^The warfare gainst the starlings in Hardin nd Franklin counties has ceased ecause of lack of ammunition, oth counties have run out of oney with which to pay the ounties on the outlaw birds. Auditor Frank Jackson of Harn county paid the bounty on ,185 birds, amounting to 51,118.) for heads brought in between onday and Thursday of last eek. The largest run for one day --.,,, »·-- V, """ »'c irjinjt pan m.nj t,mcs. He was named on his all Intercity team I Omaha-Council Bluffs) at forward. An about average scholar Damon h M trained his site/on an ap- pointmcnt to the United States Militarv aradcmy at West'Point. - u i i w r j F O R W A R D -- Bob LauUrb.ch Sac City senior, 13; weight. 190: licijiit. 6 Scl«!aTM^ rso d«t:. l . h l a mcrb'a n c°n t?TM?TM^ smart on the basketball floor often credited with n el pin It ascend basketball ~ I, ,,* . rom t h e m l to . rt - 1 . \ "ci ft ,tu. r r o m Ine u mc he wore out two basketballs tossing them at an Improvised hoop fn his own ^"Sdn 1?a th S ' Xlh e TM de ' Lau ~ idcd shot artist, he avcraccd 12 EoSits each 01^26 g.imes during the season used ms height to great advantage ·m=« s ,,* n d is ' asl!T """ TMTM- £fHi. m . cn - "" 'V so ° d '"OX" 11 Pl«vec and !h! type of bo.v who would ma'-i any college with rub I.is hands in TM?ce nr h · I; C '""Z" Points director by irce throws, for guards olten fouled urn in attcmptina to stop it He has a hatf-year ot competition left ,r ? a 'Ho.-.prrs Knior B.r;. seller lor the only tram l!Mt ncnt u". defeated until Ihc final tournament de"- p.le the fact that the school haTnijvS- nasiurn. Ho scored 30? points in 2 (Mines toTlM?! 8 ? e ° n Whilc h o l d i n * '' TM" to a total of 80 points, ot which 20 were J.M £? om - In TM «' »hc 24 games he held his man scoreless from the field, and aVrairc a !^ "?"?" werc "urnament SirfS ^r/T^ 1 s S'£j nl ' hard workcr TM* perfect tra ncr. Rodney scored most of SK-M TM i' C , K0als on sct p ' w 0[ ln * i ? S?.^l ll ? e - *"'"" a one-handed push shot. Hitfi the r«t of (he Ntwkirk boys "" ,ua, Un ? this spring. Rodney is rc- , · , ?'i" " cild «* !"· Centra! college for lus higher education. t . . , C E N T K R -- Robert b'Brien, M t G r t j o r WHn v«r M rf? i i £ G JJ 5? Sir « .' ?1!c I plil ' crs back "r another !cd b ' tilc O'Briens. st fortified of any one i».ut.KfS,S!; r S.s iw 'jj;«;»j;! ffllrf'll 'J lT S T.v?Sf OTd '" lhc b r t w h a n d filled It well. \\!th veteran Max Ives. he »:»* J?jscly responsible (or DUsonal's splendid showing !,, winning 33 o! « Samos this jcnr. A heady jruard Jim SS^IiT^J*" 1 « b o u n d f " y H bo'ffi and Knew when to leave his ir a scoring chance. He was 3'e PUiegcr who could rise to il^th'e 0 " tl10 occaslon Demand- seemed tireless creat M h n r 3n 1 1° .'5° - T- " 1=d lht oacli Pop V a m c r see to ,! asset ble la ri^-iil-.. L · v t l u l 0n i"CKey DeWitt was the punch in a f i n e Marshall- toM-n learn lhat won t h e Central Iowa conference title and finished third in the state championship affair. His spec- L a JK-'. n f .f orin ?, was n h = rd d r'---c for Ihc st opening piuh shot v° ugh lhc by a onc-hanaed which was usually accuralc. CUAKIl -- Richard K l d d . .Mi.jejlinf sophomore. 17: welghl. ISO rounds- hcia.M. 6 feel. With two full sca-ons of competition ahead of them (hij boy should develop into one of the gnatnt high school basketball players in S ^t-^"?..^^ **» OcTeS! oi inc oesi defensive men ne is above avcraRc as a ----^., ....viif. for 60 points in 12 Little 1 Six conference af/ai«. He missed two others because of nincss. He reached hi? peak th* nfeht the MusJeies kncchcd off iwcnport. 24 to 17. Kev man in the ' uscallne zone · n e defense that held the Blue Devils scoreless from the field dur! inc. 22 minutes of Ihc contest. Kidd truly Proved his defensive worth. He will bear ample witching. *---j -- ···». «.w.^ V^A. a. ntu.iu.aun3 playboy, Miss Rice is an oppor tunist nurse, and Marshall is brilliant resi dent physician "Off the Rec ord," an excit ing newspape story featurin P a t O'Brien Joan Blondel and Bobby Jor dan, is at th L a k e theate at Clear Lak b e g i n n i n T u e s d a y , to . XJn » M « k " gether with th football film, "Touchdown Army, in which you see John Howard Mary Carlisle, Robert Cummings William Frawley, Owen Davis Jr., Benny Baker, and Haymon Hatton. AT THE CECIL "You Can't Cheat- an Honest Man" Ends Monday A circus background provide a field day for W. C. Fields and his arch-rival, Charlie McCarthy as the two clown their waj through "You Can't Cheat an Honest Man." The feuding o these two, made famous via the airlanes, comes to the screen for the first time, and is enllvenet with" some new gags as well as a few of the old ones. Fields has a circus, and employs, among others, Edgar Bergen and McCarthy, Princess Baba Blacaman, and Eddie Anderson Jack Benny's Rochester character. The leading scene-stealer is a dope you've heard of but little in :he past--Mortimer, Bergen's new dummy who bears remarkable resemblance to Walt D i s n e y ' s 'Dopey" character of "Snow- White." This termite-fugitive is he opposite of the more polished Charlie (nopun intended), and is ·stupid, ignorant and blissful, we trust. F'r example, when Bergen asks him "How can you be so gnorant?" he replies, "Haw, it am t easy." Dummies Dopes . . . Of course, there's a story along vith all the gags and gals, dummies and dopes, and in the supporting parts are Constance Moore, John Arledge, Thurston iall, Mary Forbes and James ·usn, Blacaman, the Hindu animal hypnotist, does his stint in an act m which he performs with his hons and alligators, while he rescues Charlie from the pit of a gator's stomach, where Friend Fields has tossed him, after the splinter king raided the circus cash box. Not at all on the serious side, as 'OU can see, the show provides or lots of fun. Tennis Vet Winner f Crown in Iowa landball Tourney DES MOINES, (.P)--Harris Coggeshall, the veteran Des Moines enms warhorse, Monday held the tate handball championship. Coggeshall won the Iowa title ·ere by defeating Leo Golden, also of Des Moines, 21-18, 21-16 in the mal round. The loser piled up an arly lead in the first game, then vilted before the champion's late rive. Coggeshall forged ahead, IB o 4,-in the second contest then taved off Golden's rally to win the title. The titleholder defeated Don ·teffa, Cedar Rapids, 21-17, 7-21, 1-9, in a blistering semifinals natch, while Golden beat Ralph Defraties, Moline, 111 19-21 n-4 1-15. '' A's to Break Camp, Win Seventh Scrap LAKE CHARLES, La., (U.R)-- 'he New Orleans team of the outhern association arrived here or a two-game series Vvith the 'hiladelphia Athletics. The A's neet the Cleveland Indians Wed- esday and Thursday and then reak camp, going to Houston, ex. The Philadelphia club scored its eventh straight triumph Sunday gainst Jersey City, 7 to 6 Going nto the last half bf the ninth railing by two runs, the A's lal- ed three on five pitched balls, onnie Mack pulling an old-fash- ined squeeze play from his man- genal bag of tricks for the winding run. Smelt Carnival to Seek Glamor Name MARINETTE, Wis., (iP) -- The ommittee arranging the annual i a r i n e 11 e-Menominee (Mich.) melt carnival has decided the Ivery fish should have a name ith more glamor-appeal. As a prize for a new name--full "umphs"--the committee offers i 25 Sounds of--smelt. Actress Fifi Gets Divorce Fifi D'Orsay (above) had this advice for wives, after she was awarded a- divorce from Maurice Earl Hill, in Chicago: "Never let your husband go to Hollywood." The stage and screen actress is shown in a divorce court anteroom. AT THE PALACE Ends Tuesday Baron Frankenstein's son re- iurns to the castle of his father where he recreates the monster who again causes havoc and consternation by killing ruthlessly as Son of -Frankenstein" is filmed at the Palace. Boris Karlotf, as the monster, remains the most horri- ymg sight yet composed by a makeup man and exposed to the orbits of the public. Basil Rathbone is the scientist vho brings back to consciousness he man-made monster of this veird drama. As in the case of his father, he finds himself helpless vhen the ogre with a criminal mind slays and crushes the towns- oeople at the bidding of a mad ripple. :erie Drama . Bela Lugosi portrays the crip- -;*· PJ 1 ^ hanged for a crime, but till living after suffering a broken neck and being left for dead jionel Atwill is the police inspec- or, who as a child was a victim if Frankenstein's monster, and ives chiefly to prevent the giant rom returning to resume his des- ructive ways. Josephine Hutchinson, Donnie Junagan, Emma Dunn and Edgar Norton add to the interest of this horror" film. The co-feature, oddly enough s "Beauty for the Asking." A far ry from the Frankenstein-ish adventures, this is a light comedy- omance which features Lucille Ball, Patrick Knowles, Frieda In- acort and Donald Woods. The romance takes place in a beauty alon conducted by Miss Ball, who s in love with Knowies, her salesman. Dramatic complications eh- ue, with everybody happy at the nd--everybody except the hand- ome villain. Here to Complete Details for Eagles Membership Drive Robert M. Pierrelee, deputy auditor, representing the Grand Aerie of the Fraternal Order of Eagles, Kansas City, Mo., arrived in the city Friday evening to take an active part in help to complete arrangements for the membership drive. Mr. Pierrelee, a member of the Rosedale, Kans., Aerie No. 1100, comes from a family who have been members of the fraternity since the organiation was founded. He stated that new Aeries were being instituted with great success in the eastern states: Dr. Horace Beemer local treasurer, stated the public will be invited to hear a number of talks given by officers of the Grand Aerie. Mr. Pierrelee will remain in the city for some time. J. W. Donovan, 63, Livermore Merchant, Dies During Night LIVERMORE--J. \V. Donovan, 63, died suddenly during the raght Saturday of heart disease. Mr. Donovan, who operated a furniture and undertaking business here, had worked as usual Saturday and enjoyed his evening meal with Mrs. Donovan at their home. He had not been ill. Funeral arrangements are incomplete Beside the widow, he leaves a daughter. Miss Nellie, of Chicago. ^ W^L MEET TUESDAY CARPENTER--The P T A of Carpenter school will meet Tuesday night. This meeting has been postponed twice because of the epidemic of flu and- measles. Friday The 13th Lucky DENVER (fl)_ A Denver insurance firm finds that far fewer accidents occur on Friday the thirteenth than on other days. ENDS MONDAY fings of the Navy" --plus-"Personal Secretary" .,___ w « *»tnres "OFF THE RECORD" With **' Join O Srien Blondell "TOUCHDOWN ARMY" Continuous Z p. m. to 11 p. m . Todoy -- Thru WednefJoy Em HUMPHREY 806MT - 6EO. HOT · GUfflU mm · am mm · mm JSEL · 2 BIG HITS · «t» M put *'» Beit Theater CECIL -- ENDS CHARLIE MCCARTHY EHGAR BERGEN^ W . c . FIELDS "Yon Can't Cheat »n Honest Slan" Starts TUES. MOKE BOLD AND REVEALING THAN "THE CITADEL" 'TM, 1 ?,"', """·' TI " r '"' !n '"« te« meet stronr men when they're v When these giils take you pulse they captnie your heail well! "THREE QUEENS 5 AND A KIN'G" BAND NOVELTY "POINTS ON POINTERS" , _SPORTL1GHT LATEST EVENTS NOW-THRU TUESDAY-PALACE THEATER^ Thr Mar-Fnr rt ITM»«_ cm.^. * ***** B«ol r : Ch.rml r.« in , lion , "Beauty for the Asking" The Horror of Horror Shows. "Son of Frankenstein" Wllh BORIS KARLOFF RELA Z.PG05I BASIL RATHBO.VE J*'"» I.VCILLE B,VT.r. Now Show-in? Thru Tuesday -- stranrJ IT,. ' Bine Crosby - Fr«l aiaeMnrray I GEORrr n4 "SIXG YOU SINNERS" | i

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