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Friday, March 31, 1939
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GLOBE-GAZETTE SPORTS S Pianist Goes to Hollywood Henry Armstrong is 1-4 Choice to Take Davey Day in Scrap NEW YORK, (IP)--Henry Armstrong, the sad-eyed little Negro who Holds the world's light'and welterweight championships, balanced the latter crown on his brow Friday 'as he met DaVey Day, a Chicagoan of undoubted ability against the second and third raters of the sport. Henry was a 1 to 4 favorite to retain his crown in the 15-round duel and depart for England and a fight with Ernie Roderick, still wearing the coronet. Sports Calendar Friday--Bowline. Standard Oil league sS^'-r^ir""*' L5 '"« *"*£ Sunday--Bowling, Lyons classic. Wisconsin, Louisiana Lead in Boxing Meet MADISON, Wis., (U.PJ--Wiscon- sin and Louisiana State led the field of 16 schools into the semifinals of the fifth annual National Collegiate Athletic association boxing tournament FriSay. Seven' Wisconsin fighters were victorious in Thursday night's matches to give their team a slight edge over the L. S. U. team, which was victorious in six bouts. Schools still having two men in the tournament included: Miami University of Idaho, Temple, Catholic university and Syracuse. Schools with one representative: Loyola, North Dakota university, Penn State, Mississippi State, Virginia university, Washington State, Michigan State, and Superior, Wis., Teachers. Dean Says Flipper's Okay After Workout, Cubs on Road Jaunt YUMA, Ariz., XU.R)--The Chicago Cubs and White Sox met here in their first exhibifion game on the road. The Cubs finished off their slay in California by defeating the Los Angeles Angels, 12 to 1. Of more importance than the s'jctory to Manager Gabby Hartnett was that warm weather permitted Dizzy Dean to try out his aihng right arm in a round of batting practice for the first pitching he has done in 1939. After the workout Dean said his arm felt fine. Basketball Backboard Curved for Scoring ST. LOUIS, (.T)--A new basketball backboard curved ccnvexly to make field goals possible from the deep ends of the court was proposed Friday to increase the game's scoring opportunities. Coach Forrest C. (Phog) Allen o£ the University of Kansas, who saw the convex board demonstrated, called it a "marvelous idea" for increasing scoring and action--"that's what puts over any sport." It was invented by two St. Louisans, Leu Maune and George Chervenko. Giants Return With Single Game Played BATON ROUGE, La., «J.R)_The New York Giants came back to their base after four days on the road. Of the three games scheduled on the trip, rain prevented two so they returned with Thursday's 10 to 5 victory over Shreveport their only conquest. Reds, Dodgers Play in Final of Series .TAMPA, Fla., (U.PJ--The Cincinnati Heds and Brooklyn Dodgers met in the final of their four- game spring series, and the Reds need to win for an even break The Dodgers beat the Detroit Tigers 6 to 4 Thursday for their eighth win in 14 starts. The Reds dropped their ninth-in 17 starts S to 2 to the Washington Senators when Paul Derringer weakened in the eighth and the Nais rushed six runs home Waters Released on $500 Bond; Illegal Possession Charge HAMPTON--Charles W a t e r s arrested Wednesday night after city, county and federal authorities raided his home and found more than 30 hall pint bottles of alleged alcohol, waived preliminary hearing and was bound to the grand jury Thursday morning on .a charge of illegal possession of liquor. He was released on S500 bond. Off-key notes just can'l appear m Dorothy Lou Hunjel's symphony of good luck. An 18- year-old concori pianist from Cleveland, Miss Humel (above) is to have a film career In Hollywood despite her lack of nre- vious acting experience. u f! Spartan Net Squad on Southern Jaunt :--^ DUBUQUE, (£)--The University-of Dubuque tennis team, uni- defeated in the last two years, win play the University of Oklahoma . at Norman Monday in the first o£ four matches on a southern trip. Clarence Falkenhainer, Robert Peterson, Ned Garvin and David Knautz will make the trip. Fal- kenhainer and Peterson have monopolized the Iowa conference championships for two years. The formertwas the 1937 singles champion but lost his title last year to Peterson. They've held the doubles title for two seasons. Garvin, a senior, was the No. 3 player in 1938, and Knautz, a sophomore, occupied the No. 4 spot. National Champion in N-S Golf Semis PINEHURST, N. Car., (IF)--Mrs. Estelle Lawson Page of Chapel Hill, 1937 national champion, had Jean Bauer of Providence, R. I V as her opponent in the semifinals of the North and South women's golf tournament here Friday. The ether semifinals match sent t Dorothy Kirby of Atlanta, Ga. , ,, against Mrs. William Hockenjos of -r^Lake Hopatcong, N. J. r . Boxing Returns to Chicago's Stadium ^CHICAGO, (ff)^The Chicago :'dium, dark to professional box- for a year,'reopened its doors he sport Friday. 3b Pastor of New York and rice Strickland of New Zea- ranked No. two and No. six, ?tively, in the national rating avyweight challengers, met 1-round bout with prospeais ·nore than 4,000 spectators. s Lose Last With Frisco TE TUCSON, Ariz, (U.R) vtsburgh Pirates, after · final California game, \e San Francisco Seals. ward and southward he University of Ari- 1 team and an inde- at Nogales, Mexico, intime it was pre- ·aynor that Rookie ?nny Heinfzelman w face in the Pitr" pitching staff. Teintzelman likely iss Bauers, Jim Klinger as start- Track Stars Ready for Texas Meet Bid AUSTIN, Tex., C/P)--Noted titleholders from the middlewest to the Pacific coast top a cumbersome field of 1,230 athletes who Saturday blow off the National outdoor track and field season at the Twelfth Annual Texas Relays Nearly 500 contestants come from colleges and universities from California to Michigan, the others are Texas boys. Nineteen champions of major conferences will be entered in the special events, with defendin" titlists in seven of the divisions returning. Frank Covelli Wins in Cedar Rapids Go CEDAR RAPIDS, {#)--Frankie Covelli, Des Moines featherweight knocked out Cowboy Jim Kelly o£ Great Falls, Mont., in the third round of their main event on a boxing card here Thursday night In a semiwindup, Don McGraw °£.Washington, Iowa, knocked out Little Paychek," fighter from the Pmlae George group, in 30 seconds of the first round. Tribe Chief Happy Over Hurling Jobs LAKE CHARLES, La (UR) Manager Oscar Vitt of the Cleveland Indians, happy over the effective three innings pitched by Willis Hudlin against the Philadelphia Athletics Thursday said that the veteran Earl Averill would break into the lineup in the ftew York Giants' series at Baton Houge. Bob Feller gave up two hits in four innings as the Tribe defeated the A s, D to 3, with Ken Keltner banging out two singles and a triple. "Jesse James" Opens at Theater Sunday NORTHWOOD_«Jesse James," the technicolor motion picture which depicts the life of that colorful outlaw, opens Sunday at the New Northwood theater at Northwood for a three day engagement. PLAN "SMOKER" TUESDAY WESLEY--The American Legion post members are giving a smoker" for the business and professional men at the Legion hall Tuesday night. Resigns as Janitor of School After 15 Years of Service TITONKA--Dick Harms, who has been janitor of the school, for the past 15 years has resigned his position. Though his work is still ·satisfactory, he thinks he has Hcf^ 'o' ng t0 sch001 ong enou ei- Harms came here from Alden where he served in the same capacity for seven years. _ His son Henry, who has assisted him for the past ten years, has been elected to succeed riim. 824 Corn Loans Are Recorded for Worth - NORTHWOOD--Worth county corn loans to date number 824 and represent 5322.218.12 in borrowed money, according to a tabulation made at the local Farm Bureau office where the committee has headquarters. Queen Esthers Net $22.50 With Movie CORWITH--The Queen Esthers cleared $22.50 by sponsoring a f? ovl ^V ""aHey of the Giants," at !t Merchants theater Tuesday and Wednesday nights. Mrs. R. L Hauswirth is leader of the Queen i-sther group. la-Vr^lZiQ 1 XJtli Wmm mM C ''1S n f' y ' s ^ elanch o'y "St. Louis Blues Makes Appearance as Cinema FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1939 song hit of the past, picture of the same name a t t h L r^r-n I TM ak - es ^ appearance -«S Sfta* «M£ « « Americanism: Loving this free "P^ss their contr -7 an i Mary "Punkins' Parker are in lesser spots. Maxine Sullivan, the "Loch Lomond canary, the Hall Johnson choir, Matty Malneck and his or" ~ chestra, and the K i n g's M e n late with the Pau] Whiteman band, are othev satellites i n- cluded in the cast. As for t h e music--you will hear such de- lectables as the title song, "I Go For That," "O C h i c h o r n i," ''Kinda L o n e- s o m e," a n d 3t«ln« Sulllvin 2" ° F£ L °~ The tT- ' - m ° nd - Daughte starred i n the M a r k H e e d play's film version. R o l a n d Y o u n g , F a y Bainter, M a-y Hobson, Genevieve T o b in, and Ian Hunter are also in the film. The story deals with liberties of youth Filsellla L an , MOVIE MENU Crowded Hours PALACE -- " T w e l v e Crowded Hours" Friday, "res, My Dar" LAKE--(dear Lake) _ «Idi O f s Cowboy" and "Peck's Bad Boy at the Circus" Saturday. mance. . Iowa's Ronald "Dutch" Reagan I is starred in the co-feature, "Secret Service of the Air," with John Litel, Ha Rhodes, James Stephenson, Eddie Foy, Jr., Rosella Towne and Larry Williams. The cinema is based on material supplied by W. H. Moran, foi-mer chief of the United States secret service. Goldfield Teacher Accepts Position in Michigan School GOLDFIELD--Thomas H. Robinson, who has served as band instructor and teacher in the local school the past four years resigned this week, effective Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson and two sons will leave Saturday for Marquette. Mich., where he has accepted a position in a school there under civil service regula- *'° ns ; He be §ins his new duties Monday. M A N L Y Sun., Mon., Tues,, April 2-3-1 Sitting a New Hfgh--In Laughs! WIFIEIDS A VERY GARNER JL Sun.-Mon.-Tues.--April 2-3-4 The Most Colorful Outlaw That Ever Lived "JESSE JAMES" __ Starring TYRONE POWER - HENRY FONDA - NANCY KELLY RANDOLPH SCOTT Time of Showings Sun.-.12:45, 2: 3 0 , 4;10i 6:50 9 P. m.: Mon.. Tiies.. 7:15. 9 n m Closed for Remodeling Grand Opening -- New Surf About April 6 DANCE-- This Weekend at The TERP in Austin Minnesota's Finest Ballroom 3IIXEO DANCE - SCANDI- SAT. -- HAL LEONARD SUN. -- BENNETT-GRETEN NORTHWOOD ; N O n T H W O G C IOWA HIH" , SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY April 2-3-4 Top Price 26c Mat. Sun. 2:30 ilip UR _ The S pulled up losing streak measure of SatU?eonard and ENDS FRIDAY 'IDIOT'S DELIGHT" SATURDAY 2 FEATURES GENE AUTRY --in-- "MEX1CAUI ROSE" --plus-"PECK'S BAD BOY WITH THE CIRCUS" Also Chapter One 'The Lone Ranger Rides Again Bargain Matinee 2 p. m., 16c DAftRVL F ZANUCH'S JESSE JAMES · n T E C H N I C O L O R POWER HUtn FONDA NAMCT KELLY SCOTT · nd · ul o* theuund. See This Technicolor Triumph in the Comforts of Our ALL NEW Theater Eve. Shows 7 and 9:15 Mixed Dance AVALON Ballroom Manly, Iowa Saturday, April 1 HAROLD LIBERSKY And His Orchestra Admission 25c, Plus Tax Cominir Thursday, April 6 BROTHERS SHOWING FRIDAY ONLY AT BOTH CECIL and PALACE NOW! THE BIGGEST SUNDAY FAMILY DINNER VALUE I N M A S O N C I T Y Chicken With' Rice Soup Tomato Juice Fruit p^ji Slewed Chicken IVIth riumpllnjs Fillet of Northern PJie. Tartar Since Bakii loirana Him, Raisin s»uce Boast Loin of_ Fork, Apple Siticg Yams or EacallopM Potatoes Buttered Peas or Slaw With Cream Dressing Home Made Rolls Choice of Dessert Co [fee Tea Milk - H O T E L E A D M A R COFFEE SHOP TJ1E FJ.VEST I.V FOOO AND SERVICE Ladies . the Moose N Old-time D A N C E is the place for fun. HUCK SHAFFER ORCHESTRA Tell him you want to go Saturday night, «r April 1. if s only .. DC Edgar BERGEK UeMcURTHYi Added Attractions-- · Movietone News · Ranch House Romeo Sunday Mafinee at 2-30 Evening Shows at 7:15 - 9:15 Admission 26c - lOe -- Starts Wednesday -"Blondie Meets the Boss" John Pierce Named , Policeman at Cresco CRESCO--Mayor H. G. Addie has appointed John Pierce as night policeman to succeed Don Powers who will soon retire after several years of service with City Marshal Frank Stevens. Mr. Powers will resume his former position in the insurance business, and Mr. Pierce will be succeeded by Oscar Waller in Chambers' hotel as night clerk. · . : - . ; ? ROLLER SKATING ARMORY SKATING Frl,, S»t., Sim. Afternoon and Evening STARTS SUNDAY We Dare You to See! Can You Talt* It? N E W Bf e Shows In Our New Starts SAT. , -.-The Yes -- Go See Show-And Meit Tolked-of Picture This Year! ^Msfa^ - rr*~^ »»*«----~~fw*vrtfi Girt mett boY...girl fans in love with hoy,..gul snggesb week-end together! J^tagMWwtaspoL'Wfcfapfctare! ZMKl/A/G- DAUGHTER PRISCIiLA LANE JEFFREY LYNN R O L A N D Y O U N G i F A Y B A I N T E R I W A R N E R - F I R S T NATIONAl '''''\'-"- - r ?- t *s?'n MATINEE 26c PLUS FEATURE NO. 2 4 T t l i l I I l,i Ikrilli wilk Dick Sn'ilanDfitatl itrrlcc mi! SECRET E»!wnn SUNDAY-- MONDAY 2 BIG HITS! WCHEID5 is tk. , jlella con- Last 1 La triple to ,»ck which iir BERGEN -PLUS 2ND HIT "Youth Takes a Fling" with Joel McCrca Continuous Sunday I to II FRIDAY NITE IS FUN Today and Saturday » VI l«tl«« f rf loins thaG-Mea !o track down A cool mil. lion in phony mon and crack down on ---inny honev I '·*" f, Glcnds Farrell Barton MacLane Starts Sun.--KARLOFF IN DOUBLE HORROR SHO North Iowa's Best Theater-See All the First Class Shows at MATINEES 26c Complete Laie Show Saturday Nitc 10 p. m . · 3 BIG DAYS-STARTS SAT. · WHAT A SHOWBOAT! WHATA^SHOW! Steamin* up the Miiii.iippl with a cargo of rhythm emd romance I V NOW SHOWING Through Saturday Night Gcts the »i S Girl? Plus Feat. No. 2 "Time Out for Murder" with Gloria Stuart Michael AVhalen wth Jack RANDALL J O Y C E B R Y A N T ALSO MICKEY MOUSE CARTOON CHAPTER 6 "Lone Ranger Rides Asrain" | Fox Xe\V5 COMING SUNDAY BOB BURNS in "THE ARKANSAS TRAVELER" and BORIS KARLOFF in "MYSTERY OF MR. WONG' Htmmrti Big Sfmrinat of Enttrtaintiwirt! ST. LOUIS BLUES" D O R O T H Y L L O Y D - " " " · " ' i L L O Y D LAMOUR · NOLAN Thi: Knm ; .hrillfcg rtw )ovr tcm ^ [!u[ Sttro Bonja " " " .'Pr'^P- H«rDoroA yl ;^ ; .. B , U£N ^ tB W . nior " .."i«fiDr«mi»4,M«,nlight"l ^TITO^GUIZAR ^JESSIE RALPH". · MARY PARKER"".' BtiKn-BucTjcKtrvinj^Kaunkh h»i · CLIFF NAZARRO - 611 kit BncyHcur-fiiTjim m° a find tl At ptv, hnt hra «d Aewlf · JEROME COWAN . F »«-"^=1 maoili-i *Md wU mo a iho*to»t down tfit rKtrl WILLIAM FRAWLEY SHovW fc.ilre-ioi,, L S, t».o.,u-, »h-J. o=iu ? ^ 5 ajrfilv,ih tr iffl MAXINE SULLIVAN THE KING'S MEN aK/, lunnonajt' iJipfia»«u«j J « . i u M MATTY MALNECK and his ORCHESTRA H» d.- Ho. . Added - --~ -*»t*t*i.u ntiraciiDDSMBwMM MICKEY MOUSE CARTOON *«.

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