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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 18 Â· 1937 BE-GAZETTE SP REDS MAY HIT HARD ANO FAR Cincy Club Needs Bats in d Outfield and Pitchers to t Keep inTitle'Run. (This Is another ot a series ontlln- , Ing major league pennant prospects.) By PAUL nilCKELSON TAMPA,. Fla., (Â£)--There may ie fireworks from the sector.this year. rhineland All-Staters Banquet Guests Best- High School Cagers Planning to Be Guests of Iowa Daily Press at Iowa City in Fortnight. Manager Chuck Dresser and his Cincinnati Reds, no longer league doormats; are aiming high. Give them a good right handed hitting outfielder and some of the good pitching they have a reasonable right to expect and they'll weal- no man's collar in the impending Kational league pennant fight. - "It's like this," predicted War- 1-en Giles, new general manager of -the -Reds, "our club.is one you Reasonably can say can win but you can't say it can't win." . "Give us as much good luck this year as we had of hard luck in 1936 and we'll fool 'em all," forecast Manager Dressen. L. The 1937 edition of the Reds is impressive.' Dressen's club has speed, hustle and enough latent .talent to burn up the circuit and it wouldn't surprise many of the experts if the -Reds did it. .'. Â· Pitching Is Question.' 'Â· Pitching 'is the big if, but it Should be better than the brand 'used to give the Reds-fifth place last season." Paul . Derringer,: a carefree man.after his matrimonial troubles, and Al Hollings worth, Whose arm went bad last July, will be the .hurling mainstays. Eugene Schbtt, 23 year old who won 11 last season, and Ray "Peaches" Davis, .complete Dressen's "Big Four." . " Thie rest of his mound candidates have excellent possibilities lor-spot pitching duty. Among^the leaders in the race at the moment Â·are Benny -Frey, a slow starter; Wild Bill Hallahan and Lloyd Moore, a right hander who won 20 and lost five for El Dorado in 1936. ' Dresseii can't miss having a good infield. His .only problem is to pick out.the best combination from his excellent talent. So far, it looks like the Red inner works will be composed of Les Scarsella, "first; Alex Kampouris second; Bill Â·Myers shortstop, and- Lew Riggs, t third. . . . ' . . , - Â· ' Â·; ,': . Gclbert Gets Chance. - Charlie Qelbert," obtained., from , 3he :St.- Louis Cardinals, Jim Qut- Â·law. a'vSOO -hitter'' from-" Durham} . will battle it out for reserve positions if they don't crowd some one but of the regular lineup. The catching department will be three deep with Ernie Lombard! getting the regular call over Spud Davis and Bill Campbell. Dressen still hopes to swap out one of his backstops for an established outfielder who can hit. Kiki Cuyler hardly can be expected to observe his thirty-seventh year by hitting ..326 again in 1937, but no one has shown up yet to steal his job. Ki is labeled as the left or centerfielder with Iva' Goodman a cinch for right. Phi' Weiritraub, who missed the 1936 International league batting chain- ' By GEORGE MILLS (Iowa Dally Press Bureau) . DBS MOINES--All-state high school basketball stars of 1937 as selected through the Iowa Daily Press association will cavort on the same floor--and eat at the same banquet. The Iowa Daily Press, of which the Globe-Gazette is a member, today announced plans to honor its 1937 all-state cagers by bringing them together lor a "practice" session and a banquet within the two weeks following the state tournament. -*PICTURES--IN ACTION pionship by a whisker at Rochester, and "Double Jo'e" Dwyer, who did the same thing in the southern league while with Nashville, have a big chance to crash the other outfield post. Reds Forget Herman. Babe Herman is a-holdout but the Reds have forgotten him--so they say, figuring he's all washed up and doesn't fit into their scheme. Don Breenan, the other Red irreconcilable is needed, however, for relief hurling. "We're on the upgrade and make no mistake," says Dressen, "gaining every year. In 1934, we finished 34 games out of first place. In '35 we won 16 more games while last year we 'won 74. That makes 34 games we've picked up in three years. "And I don't see how we can lelp keeping up this picking up lusiness in '37." The Cardinals, Giants, Pirates and Cubs had better watch those Reds. They're going to be tough and that's no pipe dream. The boys, of whom 24 will be named, will be asked to bring along their equipment so that the greatest collection of prep cage talent in Iowa history may be pictured in action. Coaches of the honored cagers and sports writers in the territories from which the boys come will' also be invited to attend. Iowa City is under consideration as the site of the gathering. Last fall the Iowa Daily Press entertained its 1936 all-state football stars at Ames. Meanwhile tabulations w e r e Hearing completion all over Iowa as balloting ended on the 1937 all- state selections. Through its 31 daily newspaper members the IDPA asked coaches and more than officials for 1,000 their Diamond Bread in the Women's lowling league Wednesday night. ?he Bottlers defeated D. K. Lund- lerg in their victory, while the 3akerets won from Lyons, scoring ,809 pins. Herrman's 507 was the best ser- es and 174 was the high single. DIAMOND BREAD Players-r- 1st 2nd 3rd Total opinions on the all-state jnaterial in Iowa sigh school season. ranks this North lo wans Are Set to Try Power in Meet Begun at Terre Haute AMES--Four members of Iowa State College's Big Six championship wrestling team were in Terre Haute, Ind., Thursday for the National Collegiate tournament to be held at Indiana State Teachers lollege Friday and Saturday. ' George Haynes, Mason City, Big Six 'champion in the 118-pound class; Lawrence Hamilton, Iowa Falls, 126 pound runnerup in the Big Six the past two - seasons; Frank Linn, Shelby, second place winner in the 145, and Gene Farrell, Luverne, runnerup in the 155 pound class, accompanied Coach Hugo Otopalik on the trip into the Ho'osier state. The'Cyclones have not had entries in the l.natiphal,.-grappling meet since 1933 Â· when- they tied with.Indiana for the team championship." Â· WRITERS MAKE CHECK The ballots sent .to this "Jury ot 1,000" asked the experts to return them after the district tournament but before the state classic. The tabulations from the 31 key cities in Iowa will be consolidated and the 1B37 all-state basketball selections decided by a committee of sports writers from Iowa Daily Press papers. Three teams of eight boys each will be honored. Each team will include three forwards, two centers and three guards. Boys who receive some all-state notice but not enough to land in the three top flights will be listed in an honorable mention roll. The all-state stars will receive certificates setting forth the honors they have been accorded in the 1937 all-state poll. Watch the Globe-Gazette for Iowa Daily Press all-state news. Castleman Ready for Starting Mound Post DAYTONA B E A C H , . Fla.-Every time out in the current grapefruit campaigning, C l y d e (Slick) Castleman appears ready to bolster the New York "Giants' staff as a starting pitcher this season. He gave his most impressive performance against the Senators Wednesday, holding them runless and to two hits in four innings. Iowa Champions Lose Opening Game, Leave Loyola Court Tourney CHICAGO, -- First round NUT KOVSF. OUT THEY GO! We need the room for trade-Ins on the new Fords. Look at our crazy prices, and get the truth about Used Car Bargains! 1936 Ford 1936 Ford 1935 Jord 1934 Ford 1933 Ford "1931 Ford 1930 Ford 1929 Ford 1928 Ford Tudor Tudor Tudor Tudor Tudor Tudor Tudor Sedan Tudor .Â§450 . .475 . 395 .345 ; 285 . 185 . 100 : 95 .115 1931 1930 1929 1929 192S 1929 1929 1932 1930 Chev. Chev. Chev. Chev. Chev. Chev. Chev. Plym. PJym. Coach .., Coach .., Coach .., Coach .., Sedan .. Sed. Del Truck .., Coach ., Sedan .. $145 165 50 95 45 50 75 250 150 We have svtnt cars we will accept any offer for. Drive an R. G. car two days. If you do not like it, your money will be waiting for you. play continued Thursday in the fourteenth ahniial National "Cath olic Interscholastic basketball tour. nament at Loyola university, with Fenwick high of Chicago already stamped as one team with a gooc chance of reaching the finals nex Sunday night. Fenwick, champions of the Chi cago Catholic league, turned bad a big quintet from Cotter: higl of Wiriona, Minn., 33 to 17, in' thi final game of the opening pro gram. De La Salle high, also of Chi cago, the defending titluholder had little trouble in getting by St Ambrose of Davenport, the low state Catholic champions, 32 to 19 De La Salle held only a 16 to 1 margin at the half, but in the fina period turned on an offensiv which quickly left the lowans fa behind. In the most .closely contested game, St. Patrick's of Kankakee, 111., defeated Central Catholic of Fort Wayne, Ind., 26 to 24. , HEADPIN HEADLINERS COCA COLA WINS THREE ON LANES Diamond Bread Takes Honors With High Total Score in Women's Loop. Three wins went to Coca Cola NATS NEED LOT OF HILL POWER Washington,'With Hurlers, Might Hand Lads Huge Surprise in 1937. (This is another of a series oullln* Inp major league pennant prospects. By PAUL MICKELSON ORLANDO, Fla., (f) -- Give Bucky Harris a well rounded pitching staff and he may come up with the big surprise package of the American league pennant festivities this year. Bucky's got a big flock oÂ£ apple chuckers in his hustling Washington camp here at Orlando with Shanty Hogan the reformed eater. PARADE technicolor, "WINGS OF THE MORNING" BOOKED HERE ON FRIDAY "Wings of the Morning" produced entirely shows ' at the Palace and Cecil theaters Friday. J o h n McCor- m a c k, w o r l d famous tenor, is seen and he?.rd in this picture. Billed in leading roles a r e H e n r y Fonda, L e s l i e Banks, a n d Annabella, the latter a new- screen personality from France. Steve Donoghuc, nd a two-one victory, plus ligh total, was chalked up the by to advise and catch they've got to show them, but remarkable nville 'onda , ISO Iu5 ]47 , 150 108 137 . m 121 128 . 130 148 113 Actual Pins ....'.. o82 SSj Handicap 25 23 557 25 401 455 386 Â·U3 1131 75 TOTAL PINS Flayers -............ 1S3 tusligens . .......... 101 H I R e p p ............ ...: Ill CO7 620 08! 1800 LYONS 1st 2ni 3rd Total Actual Fin Handicap TOTAL PINS no I D S Kl 136 11C 112 01 80 111 120 4 1 8 . 498 108 108 Â·IOB 33D . 52J 550 COO 1C89 I. K. I.UNDDEEG Players-- lit 2nd 3rd Total Oi . 100 100 200 Volsnak 123 123 Dougherty 138 ' 1:13 326 3Â»7 Doe 100 100 100 .100 lephan, SO 121 110 327 Actual Pins . . . . . . 428 Handicap . . . : 17 454 17 405 17 1347 51 TOTAL PINS 415 471 48S 1398 COCA COLA Â· Players-- . 1st 2nd 3rd Total Stunts 93 lÂ»l 145 305 lerrmann . . . . . . . . . . . 172 174 1G1 507 Qulst 104 07 112 313 Doc 100 100 100 300 famous is also jockey, included in Laurel-Hardy comedy, "Bohemian Girt" * * Â« Strand attractions Friday and S a t u r d a y are Dick Powell's "Broadway Gondolier" and "Unknown Ranger," in which Bob Allen is starred. In the musical Powell sings "Outside of You," "Lonely Gondolier" and "A Rose in Her Hair," and is supported by the Mills Brothers, Actolphe Mcn- jpu, Joan Blpndell, Louise Fazcrida and Ted FioRlto's orchestra. ' " n * Â» "Love Letters of a Star" and "Mysterious Avenger" will be screened at the State theater Friday and Saturday. Charles Starrett is starred In the western picture, "Mysterious Avenger," while Henry Hunter and Folly Rowles are featured in "Love Letters of a Star." C A L L S IN OFFICERS ONLY TO REMEMBER HE CHANGED LICENSE M'COIMACX the cast of Actual Pins 173 Handicap 04 452 Dl 918 1485 Ot 282 TINS 503 'figs 612 1TCT FLOBLMEL Play era -Shaner Chulcle ...'. Actual , tins' '--Handicap - J TOTAL P Forfeit. lit 2nd 3rd Total , 152 147 . ion . 108 III 109 100 120 07 110 100 lit 360 375 300 372 .. 501 410 ..' 10 -40 Â·JGO 1407 '40 "120 547 410 BOO 1527 How Many Pennies Your Child's Life? Young Grapplers Set to Open Tourney for Y Wrestling Laurels BOYS' MAT MEET At Y. M. C. A. 80-00 POUND CLASS Flret Round. Flo-a Oeelsby vs. bye. Don Law vj. Bob Knapp. Ernest AH vÂ«. Hob Church. Harold Mott vs. Ralph Vance. 110 POUND CLASS Fjrat Rountl. Toalcin Haynes vs. Elfaurn Bee'a. Clayton Schlsel vs. Wilbur Spudler. Eleven, young wrestlers, seven if them competing in the 80-90 ound class, will open an 'elimina- ion meet at the Y. M. C. A. Friday, it was announced by Bud Heneman, mat coach. Four-minute matches, -with two minutes up and a two one-minute plit periods, will decide the jouts. improvement if the Senators are to upset the flag fight. The team shapes up much stronger than the club which got nosed out. of second and third places last year, except for doubtful pitching. The team can hit, it has worlds of speedj more experience as a' unit. and an infectious spirit than Qven has Clark Griffith so delighted with his club that he's got half a notion to make a comeback himself. Newsom Heads Flingers. Buck Newsom, recovered from his annual attack of holdities, again will head the mound corps and should at least duplicate his 1936 record oÂ£ 17 victories. Jimmy DeShong, who blossomed into a real winning pitcher with the Senators last season; Pete Appleton, fifth in effectiveness among American league pitchers in '36, and Joe Cascarella, who looked great last season despite a run of tough luck, are figured to round out the "Big Four," of the staff. Harris hopes to get one or two more good hurlers out of his nine other mound candidates. Most promising of the nominees at this writing, perhaps are Jack Salver- soon, big right hander from Los Angeles, and. Dick Lanahan, a southpaw from Chattanooga, Three Times and In! Salverson, winner of: 21 games for Los Angeles, has flunked in three previous tryouts but Dutch Reuther and Lefty O'Doul out on the west coast say he can't miss this time. Lanahan had won 13 and lost one last year for Chattanooga when he hurt his arm, ending up with 10 straight losses. He says he's all set now. The infield consisting of all left handed hitters, will bevunchanged with Joe Kuehl at first, -j Buddy Myer at second, Cecil Travis at short, and Buddy Lewis on third. Fred Singtori, former Alabama football star, will get a real chance in the outfield. With him as outfield regulars will be Jonathan Stone and the fleet Ben Chapman. Jesse Hill and Taft Wright, another Chattanooga recruit/stack up as the Garden reserves. Wings of the Morning." The English derby, most publicized race in the world, is the climax of "Wings of the Mornlns," MOVIE MENU CECIL--"That Girl From Paris" ends Thursday. "Wings of the Morning" Friday. PALACE--"Criminal Lawyer" and "The Mighty Treve" end Thursday. "Wings of the Morning" Friday. . STATE--"Brilliant Marriage" and "Postal Inspector" e n d Thursday. "Mysterious Avenger" and "Love Letters of a Star" start Friday. STRAND -- "Can This Be Dixie?" a n d "All-American Chump" end Thursday. "Unknown Ranger" and "Broadway Gondolier" start Friday. LAKE--(Clear Lake)--"One In a Million" ends Thursday. "Headin" for the Rio Grande" and "Bohemian Girl" start Friday. Don't Try to "Save" on Home Remedies--Ask Your Doctor There is one point, on which practically all doctors agree. That is: Don'l give your child unknown remedies without asking your doctor first. All mothers know this. But sometimes the instinct to save a few pennies by buying "something just as good" overcomes caution. When it comes lo the widely used children's remedy -- "milk of magnesia" -- many doctors for over hall a century have said "PHILLIPS." For Phillips' Milk of Magnesia is Hie standard of Ibe world. Safe for children. , Keep this in mind, and say "PHILLIPS' MILK OF MAGNESIA' when you buy. Comes now, also in tablet form; Get the form you prefer But see that what you get is )abe!e "Genuine Phillips' Milk of Mag nesia." 25f! for a big box of the tablet; at drug stores.. ALSO IN TABLET FORM: Each tiny tablet Istheequtvalent of a tewpoon- ful o! genuine Phillipa* Milk of Mitncsl PHILLIPS' MILK OF MAGNESU Alta Vista Hoopers Â· Have Fine Year as Five Wins 10 Tests ALTA VISTA--Alta Vista high chool's basketball team, coached by L. H. Seaver for the second eason, won 10 out of its 14 games his year, scoring 474 points against opponents' 374. Orval roachim led the season's scoring vith 149 points and Paul Johann counted 92. Both high scoring stars will be graduated this spring, as will Waidon Gratopp and Elroy- Webb. Only Willis Tyler and Norbert Johann will be left for next year's quintet. Cyclone Track Team Enters as Underdog, Faces Iowa's Runners AMES--With veiy little hope of outscoring either Drake or Iowa, the Iowa State college track team will go to Iowa City Friday night to compete in the annual Quadrangular indoor meet. The Bulldogs and Hawkeyes are expected to battle for first honors while the Cyclones will attempt to outscore Grinnell,.the f o u r t h entry. , Â· Coach Bob Stimpson bases his hopes for points on his relay teams and his pole vaiilters. The Cyclones have a crack mile relay quartet which should give Iowa's sophomore four a real battle. Probable runners for Iowa State are John Cunningham and Capt, William Stoufer, second and third place in the 440 at the Big Six meet, Orville Schmidt and Robert Dean or William Follen. The Cyclone pole vault duo. Phil Johnson and Robert Beyers, sophomores, are also leading contenders for first honors. Both were place winners in the Big Six meet and have cleared 12 feet 6. Kensett Cagers End ' One of Top Seasons With County Honors KENSETT -- The Kensett high school basketball team, eliminated from section al play by Fertile after beating the winners three times previously, has Â· completed one of the most successful seasons in the history of the school. The team-this year won 16 out of 21 games losing only one game to a Class B school. The Kensett boys annexed the Worth county championship in February, defeating Grafton, Fertile and Hanlontown. The victory this year gave Kensett the permanent possession of the traveling trophy with a third championship. Leon Cooper, lanky senior center, led the scoring for the year with 157 points, with Boutelle in second place with 114. The Kensett team scored a total of 571 points against 464 for the opponents. The record is as follows: Kennelt -1; Thompson 10. Kensett 25; Northwood 26. K e n s e t t 19; St. Joseph's (Mason City) 12, Kensett 10: Hanlontown 13. Kensett 37: Grafton ID. Itensett 45; Manly 20. Kenselt 10; Nurthwood 28. Kensett 3D; Holy Family (Mason City) 24. Kensett 21; Rudd 11. Kensett 20; Fertile 18. Kensett 22. Mason City ( L i t t l e Mo- with Donoghue riding the winning steed. * * Â« I PALACE REVIEW Told in a simple, forceful manner, "The Mighty Treve," which ends at the Palace Thursday, is the story o f - a boy's love for his dog. Based on Albert Payson Terhune's novel "Treye," it features Noah Beery, Jr., and Barbara Read. Also prominent in the cast is Samuel S. Hinds, Hobart Cavanaugh. Alma Kruger and Julian Rivcro. "Criminal Lawyer.v also on the double feature program, stars Lee Tracy in a courtroom drama in which the odor oÂ£ crooked politics predominates. Eduardo Clannelli, Trock of. "Winters et, J1 'again enacts the role of a killer, and -his -performance is outstanding. Tracy is his usual gabby self but waxes melodramatic in the final courtroom scene in which he confesses his connection with, the underworld. Margot Grahame is the woman of the story, and Betty Lawford is the third member of the customary triangle. Erik Rhodes, Frank M. Thomas and Wilfred Lucas are seen in minor parts. * w * . Tex Rttter Is starred in "Head- In' for the Rio Grande,'' whlnli plays at Clear Lake's Lake theater Friday and Saturday. Also hi 'this western are Eleanore CLARION--Speaking of the absent minded professor, the following: incident certainly fills the bill. L. F. Simmerson of Belmond came to Clarion Wednesday and parked his car on the south side of the court house squarp. and went about his business. On returning to the spot where he thought he had left his car, he had the peculiar sensation of seelns what he thought to be another car similar to his. After reporting to Patrolman Benedict and Deputy Sheriff Thompson, the three returned to the car in question .to investigate. Mr. Simmerson pointed out that his car was not as shiny, did not have a broken window and the number plates were not those belonging to his auto. ; After an examination Deputy Thompson went to the treasurer's office and-checkcd the numbers to discover that it was Slm- mcrson's car. Simmerson had forgotten about changing his license plates. MRS.KEISTER, ' GOLDFIELO, DIES Had Served as President of Wright County ' W.C.T.U. . GOLDFIELD--Mi's. George F. Keister of Goldfield, \vho has been making her home with her son; Charles H. Pinkham, at Cedar Falls/ died Wednesday. She had been in poor health in recent months arid had made her home at Cedar Falls with her son during her illness. She was an active member . of the United Presbyterian church and was also one of the leaders in W. C. T. U. work of the state. She had served several terms as Wright county president of the W. C. T. U. and held other offices in that organization. Mrs. Keister is survived by five sons, Charles Pinkham of Cedar Falls; Mack Keister, Eagle Grove; Lon Keisler, Goldfield; Wall Keister, Battle Creek, Iowa, and Scott Keister of Storm Lake. She is al,^ survived by three stepchildren, t Mrs. Henry Johnson, Eagle Grove;''" 1 -Coyle Keister, Los Angeles, Cal., and Mrs. William Parson of Goldfield. . Truck Badly Damaged. ALGONA--The new truck belonging to the Kennedy and Parsons warehouse here was badly damaged when Ben Emmelsburg was driving. The right front wheel locked and overturned the truck, wrecking it on the gravel road 5 miles north of the Wesley corner. The truck was loaded to capacity. Mr. Emmelsburg received only minor cuts and bruises. TONITE . . Free Dinnenvare to Our lady Patrons "CRIMINAL LAWYER" ' "MIGHTY TREVE" Equipped With Mlrrophtmlc Sound STARTS SATURDAY The soul stirring drama oZ raarTs anhumanity lo man! MelAGlEN TOPS "THE INFORMER" DOUBLE FEATURE Desmond and Second feature Snub Foliar a. booked is the Kensett 25; Holy Family (atason City) 27. Ktnsetl 27; Manly 10. Kensett 3; Grafton 21. Kenselt 23: Fertile 19. 'Kenselt 27; lTÂ»nlonlown 20. Kensett 31; Fertile 27. Kensett 20; St. Joseph's (Mason City) 3J. . Kensett 25; llanlonlown 22. Keniett 20. Thompson 19. Kensett 3fti Grafton 22. K e n s e t t 25; Fertile 33. North Iowa Hoopers ' Win, Lose in Scrap HAYFIELD--Hayfield's Black Raiders defeated the Kelley Independents 31 to 24 in an independent tournament at Fort Dodge Tuesday night WHITTEMORE LOSES IN FORT DODGE TOURNEY WHITTEMORE -- The Whilte- more Independents lost in the first round oÂ£ an independent basketball tournament at Fort Dodge, dropping out when the Zearing Hawks won 35 to 34 in the tightest game of the opening program. Whittemore came through with 18 points in the final quarter, while Zearing scored three, but failed to overcome the Hawks' 'early margin. -f- WMT Cedar Valley HILL BILLIES OLD TIME DANCE Ladies 26c.T7--IJ~--March Men 40c SATURDAY, MARCH 20 LEO-TERRY TUESDAY COUPLES ONLY 40c PERSON TAX INCL. Tables for All at No Extra Charge Anna Mae "VVinburn And Her 12 Cotton Club Boys BOB ALLEN --in-"The Unknown Ranger" with Martha Tiblicts Dick Towcll Joan Blondcll --in-"Broadway Gondolier" with Adolphe Menjou LAST CHAPTER "ACE DRUMMOND" NEWS L-AST TIME THURSDAY "CAN THIS BE DIXIE" --anil-- "ALL AMERICAN CHUMP" FRIDAY - SATURDAY LAUREL AND: HARDY ENDS THURSDAY - VON'S JACK OAKIE CENE RAYMOND , THAT GIRL FROJI PABIS THE BOHEMIAN GIRL" TEX RITTER In "Headtn 1 for the Rio Grande" "FLASH GORDON" No. 4 STARTS SATURDAY lOc, 16c-- Mat. Sat. 2:30 ENDS THURSDAY ONE IN A MILLION" SING it SISTER,...' SWlNGitBROTHER!. ...in the Starts Sun.--"The' Plainsman" FRIDAY is the Big Day y these favorite lovers f the screen have of the week at the New Cecil and Palace Doors Open at 12:30 Matinee Prices 26C Until 5 Come to the Matinee and Avoid the Evening Crowd RECKLESS YOUNG ROMANCE... .DCT8K DAY THRILLS AND SURPRISES! "Lloyds of London" "Underwater Romance Sportlisli King and the CHORUS GIRL" WAIKIKI WEDDING" End:, Thursday: "Postal Inspector" "Brilliant Marriaere FRIDAY $$ S C R E E N O 6 ( P * DON'T WRITE! . . . . IT'S DANGEROUS! Tell Mm of your Love Instead! Charles STARRETT "The Mysterious Avenccr"