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January 21, 1943

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

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^^Xtt^ti^^ a«iE^BaBsas»aa8aaiaaassa^^ 12 THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 18*3 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE JUNIOR COLLEGE WILL FACE AMES NAVY SATURDAY Typhoons* Cage Game Only Incidental to Regular Cadet Training AMES, (Special)--There are no soft spots in the daily routines oE the Typhoons, basketball team of the Naval Training school at Iowa State college, scheduled to play ;the Mason City junior college at Mason City Saturday night. Lt. George C. Ray. officev-in- charge, emphasizes that basketball, . or any other competitive sport at the school, is incidental to the regular training. The primary purpose of the school is to train competent men as electrician's mates, motor machinist's 'mates; and cooks and bakers. The job must be done in the shortes: possible time. : * * * While competitive sports are · encouraged, they must remain ; secondary to the training pro- tram at the school, which 'means * * * * * * 2121 2(113 BOWLING SCORES Victory Duckpin MEN'S r.EArti'E Mar. S w i f t 2 KK 589 583 aofi "11 TfpTopTav. ! G2B 683 811 12 213 Factor 180. 471. Sweetheart J3r. 3 7ft4 747 C7rt Betsy Ross Br. 0 687 652 659 15 Ftunnagan 191. 47J. Stubljs 2 595 582 618 J26 Hoxic Fruit 1 513 518 622 J23 Schmidt 177, 432. Victory Lanes ] 634 838 S3S IBS Earl's Fr. Mkt, 2 698 7S3 155 S3 Vfass 210. SSI. WOMEN'S LEAGUE Won H.C Tot Tip Top Tavern--Won by forlelt. Victory Lanes 2 602 570 G34 380G Hotel Han ford 1 S23 572 514 30 1663 State Brand--Won by forfeit J. C. Penney 2 611 523 45G 73 1574 Ervin Art. Ice 1 5E) 544 513 15 1507 LIEUT, (is.) GEORGE RAY that players must sandwich their practice periods into a schedule which, at best, is anything but :e»sy. * * * ' ... Here is a sample of the 16-hour day which every trainee puts in, six days a week. The time is given on the basis of the 24-hour navy day, with 0520 being 5:20 a. m., and 2145 being 9:45 p. m. . The day begins with reveille at 0520. During the next 40 minutes the men dress, wash up, shave, and make up their bunks. Mom- ing chow begins at 0600. At 0700 all those requiring medical attention must report to sick bay. School formation for trainees begins at 0725. * * * During the mornine the men attend classes or laboratory periods. During free periods they are engaged in messenger duty, work details, naval instruction periods, physical training, or other similar activities. Chow begins at 1130 with mid-day sick call at 12 00. School formation for afternoon classes is at 1255 and from then until 1700 the trainees follow raucl the same routine as in the morn ing. Evening chow begins at 1701 and evening sick call is at 1800. The recreation and athletic per JOd begins at 1815 and it is dur ing this period that basketbal practice must be held. At 184 muster is held for night classes and at 1900 night classes am study periods begin for those whos class work indicates the need fo additional help with studies. * * * At 1950 muster is held for the general study hour for alt trainees which begins at 2000 and lasts until 2100. Tattoo, or call (o quarters, is at 2130, and Taps at 2115--the end of more than 16 hours of study, classes, work details, and naval instruction. * * * Such is the general daily routin for, all trainees. But there ar still other duties. Section leaders for instance, rise at 0505 insteac o£ 0520. Likewise, there is watcl and sentry duty in 2 hour period which every trainee must stand a regular intervals. These watch and sentry duties continue arounc · the clock, and every trainee take a turn. Members of the basketball team must keep up their grades, otherwise they arc required lo alien night classes, and there arc n concessions for playing on tiio team, no exemptions from watch or classes or other duties. Even with such ;i schedule, how ever, more than 15 'men feel i worth the effort to keep up the! grades to enabie them to play on the team. They get no rewards no relaxation from their regular schedule of work, and no favors It is purely a labor of love--love for the game and a desire to bring credit to the navy. It is the spirit of the navy, the pride of Uncle Sam's fightingest fighting men! B- UNITED FBESS OAKLAND-Nat Cogglns. 176. San Dicco. outpointed Bob Smith. 1T7. Oakl a n d UOl; Ross Romero, 138. Livcrmorc c»!., outpointed TJTCC White, 139. San Francisco 16). H. and H. Duckpin Crystal Lake Won H.C. 2 609 613 075 210 Tot. Noibcrgali Gro. I 020 era 017 210 2136 . A. Johnson 501, W. Harris V. P. W. . . . United Pack. 1 636 725 752 '78 2 700 704 750 103 T. Lalfoon 194. 491. WOMEN'S LEAGUE Won H c Earls Fr. BIJif. 2 470 Ol. 542 "nc'sGroc. 1 483 511 SOS S! f . Chase 155; E. Kennedy 333. Tot 1621 1390 Shanty Hogan Would Like to Run Own Club SOMERVILLE, Mass., ()--The war has led Frank (Shanty) Hogan. former Giants catcher, to do things lhat oven the invincible John McGraw couldn't make him do. McGraw would have considered lhat he had reached the millennium if he could have awakened Hogan in time to report for 10 a. m. practice. Now, Hogan a shio rigger, gets up at 5:30 a. m.-- and likes it. * * * "The swellest thin* about working in a shipyard is that you never get fined," said Hogan, reminiscing about the days when he was known as one of McGraw's "bad boys." * * * "During the five years I caught for the Giants, McGraw fined me a total of $4,000. No wonder some ball clubs can afford to pay big salaries. They take it back from you in fines." Hogan said McGraw fined him for "everything under the sun,' but reached the peak when he "tabbed" him for $50 for spending a night at his folks' home and then Women's League M. C. WOMEN'S BOWLING ASSN. _ . . ,, . , Won Total H. Tota Stand. -Oil Co 2 1646 105 175 Decker's lowana . . 1 1781 High single, 16+--D. Corrico. High series, 406--R. Basharn. M. C. Tent ii Awn. 1 1833 315 Decker Bros 2 2299 High sinelc, 212--C. Schmidt. High series. 547--G. Schmidt Betsy Ross Bread ...2 2199 Hulchinson's i 1935 34 High single. 18i--F. Sanberu. High series, 480--N. Holland. D. K. Lundberg 0 1713 21S Sweetheart Bread . .3 MIT High single, 166--o. Luth. M. JonesT High series. «6--M. Jones. High singles lor evening. 212--G Schmidt. . · High series for evening, 547--a Schmidt. 21!) 2069 133 201 MILROSE GAMES DRAW BIG FIELD Entries Pour in for Feb. 6 Meet in N. Y. NEW YORK, (U,PJ--War t i m e hazards apparently will have less effect on track and field than any ther sport, it was indicated Wed- icsday as outstanding athletes rom all sections of the nation filed ntries for the Millrose games at ladison Square garden on Feb. 6. Most of the track world's crack erformers have been lined up for his opening show oE the indoor inder season with transportation urnishing no particular problem o competitors who plan to jour- ey here singly or in small groups * * * Cornelius Warmerdam, the California school teacher who plans to shoot for a 16 foot pole vault record, tops an early list of athletes which includes Private Barney EwelJ, former Petm State sprint champion; Little Gleg Rice, perpetual motion distance runner; Gene Venzke, veteran middle distance star, and a host of hurdlers headed by Ensign Fred Wotcott. * * * Only vaulter ever to clear 15 !eet, Warmerdam has announced he will try to better his world indoor mark of 15 feet. TVi inches. Early opposition included J a c k Defield, Minnesota's NCAA cham pion, and Dick Morcom, the Uni versity of New Hampshire's one man track team who holds th' national AAU and IC4A titles A fast hurdles field is headed by Wolcott, former Rice institute ace now stationed at the Georgia pre- fiight school, and also includes Bob Wright of Ohio State: Charley Hlad, Michigan: Tom Tocld oi Virginia and Jack Saunders Miami university of Ohio. Wol cott, who won 14 national AAU and NCAA titles in 17 attempts recently took the New Orleani Sugar bowl hurdles event in record figures. * * * Ewell, now stationed at Camp 'Let, Va., will have plenty of competition, including Eulace Peacock, former Temple spring kinir no-w in the coast euard. Rice, the famed Notre Dame alumnus now running under the colors of the New York Athletic club, is expected to go in the two- mile race. A new fighting Irish product--Oliver Hunter -- w i l l make his eastern debut against Rice. The latest South Bend export is NCAA cross country king and central collegiate conference outdoor two-mile champion. The Mel Sheppard GOO has drawn D e f e n d i n g Champion Jimmv Herbert, formerly of NYU and Hugh Short of Georgetown as starters. Venzke will attempt a comeback after a layoff of almost a year, coming out of retirement for the half mile and his 14th year of championship competition. Notre Dame and Georgetown are the first entries sent in for the mite relay. SKI MEET OFF CHICAGO. (/p _Fo r t|,e first lime since 1905, the annual Norge Ski club meet, which annually drew the country's top riders, will not be held--because of the war The event was scheduled for Sunday. WARMY TO TRY AGAIN SAN FRANCISCO, (ff)--Cornelius Warmerdam, 27 year old high school teacher who holds the unofficial world pole vault record ot 35 feet 7-";4 inches, hopes to clear 16 feet at the Millrose games in New York Feb. G. ·an it up to $200 during a game jrgument. * * * "We squabbled all moraine and ritht through the nine," said Hogan. "It reached ils peak about the seventh inning when the fine, after takinr several $50 jumps, reached $ZW. That's a lot of money for spending a night with your folks." * * * Hogan said he would like to obtain a minor league club after the war because "I've had enough experience to serve as president, bench manager, trainer, ticket- taker, concessionaire and everything else." He still totes that 248 pounds he tried to work off when he was with the Giants. "Ouster's Last Fight" Retains Its Popularity ST. LOUIS, W--The popularity of the painting, "Glister's Last Fight," never fades. More than 150,000 copies of it have been given away by the brewery which purchased the painting in 1890 and more than 2,000 copies still are mailed each month. That makes the famous, gaudy lithograph one of the most popular in American histoiy. Green Hair FORT JACKSON, S. Car., (If)-"Color of hair?" "Green." "Cut the kidding," growled the reception center sergeant. "I'm not kidding," replied Pvt. Adlia Harwood o£ Asheville, N. Cai-., "I don't like it, either." The sergeant looked.up. Sure enough, the recruit's hair was a grassy green. It got that way, Private Harwood explained, while he worked with chemicals in a naval ammunition depot. Thompson 0Neil Co p ;°,» E SERVICE GROCERS '»?" CONSISTENTLY FINE FOODS PRICED RIGHT -- Phone Us Your Order -BIRDS EYE FROSTED FOODS Green Beans 25c Green Peas 26c Spinach 26c Cut Corn 2Gc Asp. Cuts 32c Strawberries 33c SUNKIST ORANGES 44c Large Size, Doz PORK ROASTS, Loin Ends, Ib. . . . SPARE RIBS, Lb BACON. Platter Sliced, Ib BEEP ROASTS, Oft Chuck, Ib JU FRESH DRESSED CHEC FISH - OYSTERS - JONES SAUSAGE - 29c 39c TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT i.ARCS; or, SIZE f o r . . . l 7 C I 49c ORANGE JUICE, QQ Large 46 oz. cans «JjC BLENDED JUICE, OQ 46 oz. Cans J3C GRAPEFRUIT JUICE, O/» 46 01. Cans 00C TOMATO JUICE, jr 4S oz. Cans ^DT NAVY BEANS, -| A 2 ibs. 1U( WINESAP APPLES, ·)(· 3 Ibs Lj( -:- Sec Jack Sprat Ad for Other Exceptional Values -:- DELIVERY School Credit Union Elects Officers and Distributes Dividends Members o£ the Credit Union o£ the employes of the independent school district of of Mason City held their annual meeting at the high school. Loren Grout, president, \vas in charge. Reports were presented by Dean S. L. Rugland, chairman of -the supervisory committee, and by Miss Gladys Price, treasurer. Miss Pi'iue reported for H. II. Boycc, chairman of the credit committee. A 3 per cent dividend was declared on all fully paid shares. Miss Gladys Price was elected a member of the board of directors for a term of three years. Dean Hugland, Miss Marie Mendenhall and Lyell Moore were re-elected to the supervisory committee for a term of one year. Miss Mildred Miller, H. H. Boycc and Ed McEldoon were re-elected (o the credit commiltee for another term of one year. Following the regular meeting a short session of the board of di- rectors was held al which the following officers were re-elected: Loren Grout, president; Miss Esther Werthenbach, vice president; Mrs. Pearl Vick, secretary, and Miss Gladys Price, treasurer. "MEANESt HUSBAND" LOS ANGELES, Cal., (U.PJ--Su- perior Judge Samuel R. Blake; granted a divorce to Mrs. Bessie M. Saul, a totally blind woman, from her "meanest husband." The latter was charged with claiming tlie relief money granted his wife by the state as a blind woman on relief, and using it to buy wine. - FOOD STORE l}15 N FEDERAL- USE OUR PARKING LOT- PHONE 420 HALIBUT STEAK b J9c Fresh Frozen HERRING... £,Ibs. Fresh Frozen' PICKEREL, Ib lowana or Rath's Slab Bacon Ib. 35c Homemade BOLOGNA or LIVER SAUSAGE, Ib. .. 25c Quality Beef POT ROAST, Ib. . .. Large FRANK- «»t FURTERS, Ib 4DC Bulk Sauerkraut, qt lOc Rolled Rib or BEEF ROAST, Ib. .. jDC Lifebuoy HEALTH SOAP Kind to Tender Skin Cobbler POTATOES, ph. . . . Tex. 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