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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MAY 4 B 1936 BE-GAZETTE SP QUAD MEET GOES TO CHARLES CITY Cresco Second, Osage Track Squad Third in Cold Day of Events. ORESCO--- Charles City won the quadrangular track meet between Cresco, Osage and New Hampton Saturday afternoon on the local field by scoring 62 points. Cresco was second with a total of 41, Osage third with 37, New. Hampton fourth with 24. The · athletes competed in freezing weather which handicapped them in the running events. THE STTMMARY 120 5-nrd hlEh hnntles-Turner (CC) first, Strnble (NH) second, Babcock (Nil) third, Viscocll (0) fourth. 100 yarf dash-- urns (O) «"*·* '«« £ second, Edward. (CO third, McKone (NH) fourth. Time, :11.1- . _ ,_.,,. r t, Whale,, hird, Mitchell CO, first, * SMI sard ran-- Herold (C). first. Drew (O) second? WeMe (NH) third, Duncan (0) "·SJ? S^£v« (CO first, Edward, (CO, lay^hartM City first, Cresco thlri, Hew Hampton fourth. TI Mll'e l: Sy-CharI(!S City first, Cresco .econd, New Hampton third, Osase fourth. "SSloVhlSh reto-New Harnpton first. Osaec second, Cresco third, Charles City '"sCW-W^iwis, (0) first, Kurt« (O, nd; Kvara (C) third, Bonsall (CO IiH) second, WMtaker (0) aBatted for Bridges In sixth. Score by innings: etrolt ..- 000 000 000--0 oston 020 021 Olx--6 Summary -- Errors, - Clifton. Gehringer. oxx: runs batted in, Koxx, R. Ferrell. lellllo. W. Ferrcll; two base hits, Manush. . Ferrell, Mellllo;, homeruns, l"o»v R- Fcr. rell; sacrifice, Mellllo; double plays, Clifton o Gehringer to Hayworth, RogeH to Gehr- nger to Owen; left on bases, Detroit 4, oston 10; bases on balls, oft Bridge* 3, ulllvan 1, W. Ferrell 1; struck out, bj rldgn 3, Sullivan 1, «'. Ferrell 1; hits, ff Bridges 10 In 6 innings, Sullivan 3 In 3: wild pitch, W. Ferrell; losing pitcher. Bridges. Umpires, Getsel, Hnbbard and Whiten. Time, 1:44. Bell rf 3b Hems'y c Glull'I c Carey 2b Knott p Cald'U p aCoIeman u tied for fin*. Chclwk third, Thomas (CC) logsett p 0 0 0 0 iWest 1 0 0 0 Van A'a p 0 0 0 0 Totals 361324 0 second, JUclch a I tied for JZFS Woodlwlss third, Bonsall (CC) fourth. Dl «ond, ,- C C, first. B (CO third Stmbta MONEY GOLFERS LIKE OWN MATES (Continued From Page 13? Smith and Harry Cooper of Chi- cazo have the soundest games to win the open" said Laffoon, who won 53,043 this winter. "However, it all depends on how "hot' a player ia -that week. I do think the Chicago district has a better chance of taking the title than has any other section." . . .--Cooper, who picked up 53,939 also likes Picard's chances, but adds tSat Chicago's pro brigade has a fine chance of producing the winner and that Horton Smith may turn the trick. He said most of the winter tourney players may suffer, a "Jet down" between now and the open, but that most of them would regain their form by steady play. . Chicago Group Stronger. "I'd pick Picard if I had to make a flat winning choice," said Revolta "Chicago players, however, will be much in the Tunning and the group from this district appears stronger than those of other parts of the country." Smith, who topped the winter money winners .with $7,048, said he "didn't think you can pick one man,' but added that on their form last year he'd rate Revolta and Picarc as "mighty dangerous." He said Cooper's consistent play over several seasons also puts him in the running. What do Smith, Cooper, Revolta and Laffoon think of their own chances?-Sh-li- . . -- maybe there's a jinx hanging 'round. Five New Records Set Up in Pioneer Prep Contes GRINNELL, JP--There were fivi new records in the Grinnell inter scholastic track books Monday and East high of Des Moines was th winner of'the twenty-ninth, annual meet with 61 points. Al Munsel, East's great hurdler broke the high and low hurdl marks; Jack Phillips of Webste City -established a record in th broad jump; North high of · De Moines cracked the 440 yard rela mark and Valley Junction set a new mile relay mark. North Des Moines finished aecon in the scoring with 43 points.an Oskaloosa was third with 28. State Teachers to Play Methodists for Tuesday CEDAR FALLS--The Iowa State Teachers. college panthers .will resume their baseball rivalry with Simpson college Tuesday after a lapse of 'several years. The game, to be played at Indianola, will 'match 'the Tutors with one of their oldest rivals and a former associate in the Iowa conference. SIOUX OUT WINS. F A I R B U R Y , Nebr., Cff)--The Sioux City Western leaguers defeated the Waterloo, Iowa, "rookies" 13 to 1 in an exhibition baseball game here Sunday. PEACOCKS WIN. D E C OR AH, C30--Upper Iowa scored 59 points to win a triangular meet with Luther and the University of Dubuque here Saturday. Dubuque got 43% points and Luther 29 2-3, IOWA SECOND MADISON, Wis., (5--Scoring 53 points, Iowa finished second in a triangular meet with Wisconsin and Northwestern here Saturday. The Badgers were first with 81% points and the Wildcats third with 28V:- American Boxscores Sunday's Games BTBOIT--0 AB H PO A t o t c l l s s 4 0 0 3 lifton 3b 3 0 0 'nger 2b m'ns cf 4 0 4 0 oslln If 3 2 ·alkcr rf 3 0 wen Ib 'tvortn c ridges p IVhltc ul'van p i a 0 0 0 3 0 9 0 3 O'll 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 BOSTON--* AB H PO A Cooke r f 4 1 6 0 Cramer cf » 0 S 0 Manush If « 2 1 U Fox* Ib 4 2 8 0 Werber 3b 4 0 1 1 Jl. F'ell c 4 2 2 U McNalr ss 3 2 0 S Mellllo 3b 3 2 3 2 W. Fcr'i p 3 2 1 0 Totals 30 2 24 II TTotals 35 13 37 6 T. LOUIS--6 AB H PO A ary s s 5 1 1 2 'epper cf B 3 5 3 oil's If 5 2 3 0 Bott'y Ib 3 1 4 0 0 NEW 1'OJIK--1* AB H TO A 2 0 3 0 0 1 3 0 e 1 4 3 3 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 Crose'tl ss ft Boifc ss S Ulma'o If Gehrig Ib Dickey c Chap'n cf Hoag cf Selk'k rf Lazzerl 2b Gomez p t 2 3 1 5 4 3 0 8 4 4 1 0 0 0 3 0 . 3 1 4 1 5 1 2 3 2 0 0 0 'NATURAL SEES JIM, TONY MILL McLarnin, Canzoneri Ready to Go Friday Night in Madison Square. NEW YORK, UP)--A fistic "natural" bringing together a pair of great little fighters. Tony Canzoneri and Jimmy McLarnin, is expected to pack Madison. Square Garden to the doors Friday and inject a bit of spring time vigor into the boxing season in preparation for the big outdoor battles of summer. Rated as a pair of the greatest battlers on record for their size, either the lightweight champion or McLarnin, former holder of the welterweight crown, usually brings a sellout with him when he steps into the ring. So it's no trick at all to predict a capacity crowd when they come together for 10 rounds. The fans have been discussing such a. meeting as a remote possibility for years, hardly expecting it would take place. Wrist Action Needed in Swings to Loosen Arms, Hands--Alex National Boxscores Sunday's Games BOSTON--2 A B H F O A IWsM m 4 0 3 3 E. M're rf 4 1 0 0 Jordan Ib 4 316 0 Bcrger cf Cuc'lo 2b TnomVlf 3 0 0 0 Cos'rt 3 b 3 1 1 7 4 1 1 0 Lopez c Bronn Bels p 4 2 0 Totals 33 9 24 20 ST. LOUIS--6 AB H PO A T M're cf 3 Frlich 2b 3 J. M'in rf 3 0 3 1 .Med'lck If 3 1 5 0 0 0 3 2 2 212 1 9lbe Ib Davis c 3 Gclbert 3b 3 Uur'eer ss 4 Halla'an p Wlnford p Totals 28 10 21 15 WAGNER SCORES SINGLE COUNTER Mason City Trojans Alone, No Jaysee Meet Run at Estherville Meet. HOW THEY FINISHED ESTHEBVItLE INVITATIONAL 0 5 0 7 1 1 9 0 1 0 0 0 Boston 000 000 200--S jjOUls 302 000 Olx--G Summary--Errors, none; runs batted In, Martin, Medwlck, Mlze, Davis 2, 1)0- cber, Loner. Bel,; tivo base hits, Med- ck, Hnllahan, Frisch; sacrifices, Hallan, Mcdnlck, Davis; double Play", Ur- anskl to CnccIneUo to Jordan 2, Durocher Krlsch to Was 2, J. Martin to Davis, «ls to IJrbanskl to Jordan; left on bases, oston S. St. Louis 6; bases on balls, off row-n 1, Kels 4, Hallahan 3, Wlnford 1: rack out, by Bels 1, Hallahan 1, Wlnford nits, off Brown 3 In 1-3 Inning, Hallan 7 In 6 1-3, Kels 7 in 1 2-3, Wlnford in 2 2-3; wild pitch, Hallahan: winning tcher, Hallahan; losing pitcher. Brown. mplres, Hlem, Sears and Goetz. Time, 56. SInrphy p 3 1 0 1 Totals 4117 27 8 aBatted for Caldwcll In sixth. bBatted for Hogsett In eighth. Score by Innings: St Louis 301010000---a New Vork 430 204 loi--It Summary--Errors, Kolfc, Knott; rnns hat- ted In, Bell. Cllft 2. Chapman 5, Laiicrl 2, Gehrlg 2, Dickey, Pepper 2, Lary. DIMag- glo, Selkirk: two base hits, Cllft, Chapman, Pepper, Bolfe; three base hits, CrosettJ, Chapman 2, DiMagglo; homerun, Pepper: doublo plays, Selkirk to Oehrlg, Crosettl to (:ehrig, Lat/erl to Murphy to Gehrig; left on base's, New York 11, St. Louis 7; hases on balls, off Knott 3. Caldwell 1, Hogsett 3. Gomel 1, Murphy 1; struck out. by Gomez 3, Mnrphy 4, Caldwell 4, Van Atta 1; hits, off Knott 2 In 1-3 Inning, Caldwell 7 In 4, aogsett 7 In 3 2-3, Van Atta 1 In 1, Gomel 8 In 4, Murphy 4 In 5: hit by pitcher, by HoEsett (Hoas): wild pitch, Hogsett; winning pitcher. Murphy; losing pitcher, Knott. Umpires. Summers, Johnston and Owenj. Time, 2:47. in Shorts IN SHORT SHOTS 920 WEEK-END REVIEW. COLUMBUS, Ohio--Jesse Owens equals world record of 9.4 in 100 yard dash; wins 220 dash, broad jump and low hurdles as Ohio State beats Michigan 72Y 2 -53%. SALEM, Ohio--Stella Walsh runs 100 yards in 10.7 seconds, one tenth under women's record, in exhibition. Chevy Chase, Md.--Budge and Mako defeat Allison and Van Ryn for fourth time, 6-3, 6-3, 7-9, in final of Chevy Chase club invitation tennis tourney. Paris--France sweeps all matches _i first round Davis cup play against China. Toronto--LeRoy Hermann pitches 10 inning no-hit, no-run game against Newark, winning 1 to 0. Derby, Conn.--Pennsylvania crew retains Blackwell cup, defeating Tale varsity by 2% lengths; Columbia third.,Columbia and Perm .row dead heat in junior varsity race. . Cambridge, Mass.--Princeton varsity eight wins Compton cup. for fourth straight year, beating Harvard and M. I. T. Annapolis, Md. -- Navy stages comeback to defeat Cornell crew in varsity race.. Pittsfield, .Mass.--Tommy Curtin, Yale baseball captain, dies after long illness. · University of South May Rebuild Grid Team or Go Out of Football Rosters SEWANEE, Tenn., Ca---Alumni throughout the country await a decision on whether the university of the south will seek its lost football glory or retire forever from the sport in which its name once was the greatest in the south.. The board of regents will meet here Tuesday to settle the issue-abolish the sport altogether or authorize means of rebuilding the Tiger elevens. The downtrodden Purple and White Tigers have not won a league game since formation of the Southeastern conference four years ago. Their last major victory was a 12 to 0 triumph over Louisiana State in 1931. Alex Morrison says: L. B. Davis of Scarsrjale, N. Y., writes asking about wrist action hi short swings. Mr. Davis, it seems, is a keen student of the game and a rather successful player. He wants to know if wrist action is needed in all swings, particularly -the short ones. The answer Is, yes. The wrists are one of the main sources of freedom in the swing. They make possible the blending of the back- swing and downswing- into one smooth action. Without wrist action at the end of the backswitig you will jab or push the club at the ball with tight arms and hands. Many of the shots you have . topped or sliced could have been hit cleanly If you had used your wrists properly in the backswing. Note that I have urged you to make nse of your wrists in the backswing. If you do this and keep your head in position until after impact you'll enjoy the proper wrist action in your downswing. Baseball Standings HAXIONAL IXGUE w. L. ret. i w. I.. Pet St Louis 9 5 .613] Phila'phia 810 .47 New i'ork 9 6 .0001 Cincinnati 8 9 .47 Chicago 8 7 .5831 Boston 6 9 .40 Fittsbu'gh 8 7 .3331 Brooklyn 611 .35 SUNDAY RESULTS Pittsburgh 6; Brooklyn 5. Philadelphia 8; ChleaEO 5. yew I'ork 7; Cincinnati 5. St. Louis G; Boston 2. MONDAY GAMES Brooklyn at Pittsb'sh|N. York at Cincln'a PMla'phia at ChlcagoJBoston at St. Loul AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pct.l W. L. Pet Boston 13 6 .684IWash'on 11 9 .55 New York 12 6 .6G11ChicBKO « 9 .40 Cleveland 10 7 .588IPWl'pWa 611 .35 Detroit 9 7 .5631 St. ILouls 315 .16 SUNDAY RESULTS ' Cleveland' 3; Washington 0. New York 14; St. Louis 5. - Cblcano 8; Philadelphia- 4. Bostoa 6; Detroit 0. MONDAY GAMES Clev'nd at Wash'gton, Chicago at Phll'pnl St. Louis at N. Yorkl Detroit at Bosto AMERICAN ASSOCIATION W. L. Vct.t IV. L. Pet Kan. City 11 3 .786IIxrals\1!le St. Paul 13 4 .765!lnd'polls Mlnne'olU 3 5 .6431 Toledo Mllw'okee 8 7 .533! Colu'bus SUNDAY RESULTS Milwaukee 12-3: Louisville 8-10. Toledo 9-3; Kansas City 1-4. St. Paul 8; Columbus 7. Minneapolis 11; Indianapolis 6. GAMES MONDAY Colu'bus at St. Pnnii Toledo at Kan. Cits Ind'polls at Mlnn'ollsl Only games sclcdule 711 .38 4 8 .33 410 .28 412 .35 Major Stars Sport Events By The Associated Press. Joe DiMaggio, Yankees--Made sensational debut as a big leaguer, belting a triple and two singles against Browns. Wea Ferrell, Red Sox--Shut out Detroit Tigers 6 to 0, allowing but two hits. Frankie Frisch, Cardinals--Paced his team to victory over Bees with 'double and two tingles. Earl Averill, Indians--Drove in two of his team's three runs in 3-0 victory over Senators. Zeke Bonura, White Sox -- Hit homer as climax to ninth inning rally that gave White Sox victory over Athletics. May 6---Baseball: Trojans vs. Em rnetsburg at Mason City. May 8-9--Baseball: High school dis trict tournament at Armstrong. May 11 --Baseball: Mohawks v. Sheffield at - Mason City. May 12--Baseball: Trojans vs. Wa dorf at Forest City. May 15--Softball: Entry lists du at Y. M. C. A.- May 16 -- Track: District mee Roosevelt stadium. Baseball: Mohawks at Webste City. May 23--Baseball: State high scho tournament finals, Hanson. June 1 -- Softball: Mason Citj leagues open, East park. July 1-15--Baseball: Iowa semipn tournament, Forest City. Aug. 8-8--Softball: Iowa-Southern Minnesota tournament, Rooseve stadium. Sept. 5-7--Baseball: Iowa amateu tournament finals, Des Moines. DRAKE VICTOR GRINNELL, UP) -- Grinnell wa no match for the Drake squad her Saturday and the Pioneers lost dual track meet 88 2-3 to 37 1-3. Htt'PHM--S AB H FO A io'ra cf 4 0 8 0 5 3 5 0 6 3 1 1 4 114 1 6 1 1 1 1 3 6 2 S 0 6 1 4 6 4 0 0 0 ichary p 0 0 0 0 ohnson p 1 1 0 0 ten If M're rf a'llll Ib orris ss Tilt'y 3b 6 llson c h'rin 2b avis p CHICAGO--S AB H PO A Galan cf 7 1 S 0 Hcr'an 2b 5 2 5 4 Klein r f 5 3 2 0 O'Dea c S 1 7 0 bStaln'ck 1 0 0 (I Steph'on c 1 0 0 0 De'aree If 6 3 3 0 Cav'ta Ib 6 1 11 S Hack 3 b 5 3 1 4 l i t 1 us Warncke p 3 1 0 Shoun l 0 0 0 0 Boot p 0 0 0 0 aHartnett 1 0 0 0 Kowallk p 1 0 0 1 At Mason City THEATERS BJ B. i. e. com 1 0 0 0 Totals 48 14 36 13 Totals 49 IS 36 16 aBatted for Root In eighth. bBatted for. O'Dca In ninth. cBatted for Kowallk In twelfth. Score by innings; hi tadelphia 000 103 010 003--8 ~ Summary--Errors, J. Moore. Norris. Wil- nti, Cavarretta: runs batted In, J. Moore, Vorrls 3, Camllli, Wilson 2. O'Dea 2, Dema- rec 3; two base hits, Wilson, Herman; three ase hit, Demaree; homeruns, Norrls,. I'Dea: sacrifices, Allen, Herman, Hack, Inplish; double plays. Hack to Herman to Juvarretta, Herman to English to Cavarretta; left on bases, Philadelphia 9, Chicago 4* bases on balls, off Davis 2, Johnson 1, Varneke 2, Shoim 1, Kowallk 1; struck out, y Zacbary J, Johnson 1, Warneke 4, Koot ; hits, off Davis 12 Ut 8 Innings ( none out n ninth), Zachary 0 In 1-3, Jdaiwui 4 In 2-3, H'arneke C In 7 1-3, Shoun 0 In 0 pitched to one batter In eighth). Hoot 1 In -3, Kowalik 7 in 4; wild pitch, IVarneke: winning pitcher, Johnson; losing pitcher. Cowallk. Umpires, Barr, Ballanfant and leardon. Time, 3:16. West \Vaterloo EsthervlIIe . . . Fort Dodge .. Spirit Lake . Central, Sioux CII) Cherokee Clear Lake Carroll Denlso:i . . . Storm Lake Marathon . Spencer Brltt . , Qulmby Merlden Movllto Cvyion Mason Cl J Emmetsburg Slbley . Algnna Belmond Mason City high school scored a single point as Bill Wagner placed fifth in the broad jump at the Estherville Invitational track meet Saturday. Waterloo West, Big Four conference opponent · of the Mohawks won the meet handily with a 44 point total. The junior college section of the meet was canceled when Mason City's team was the only one to appear for the events. Upper Limit on Levy Advocated by Grimes ATJDUBON--A ceiling must be placed on the tax levy, J. M. Grimes, seeking the' republican nomination for governor, declared Monday at Audubon. "Other candidates have come out for lower taxes, but that is not_very definite. I favor placing a limit on the tax levy as the only method that will safeguard the interests of city and rural property owner," Mr. Grimes said. "I believe that a ceiling must be placed beyond which we cannot go. For example, limit a farmer's property taxes to a per cent of the assessed valuation of his land," he stated. Scotch Champ Here to Play Badminton in Demonstration Match Ken; Davidson,. Scotch badminton champion, will play an exhibition match Wednesday night in Mason City, under the sponsorship of Decker Brothers' sporting goods shop, it was an-. nounced Monday by Emerson Decker. Davidson will come to Mason City from Chicago, where be has been demonstrating the game for Marshall and Field's department store. The Wednesday night match will begin at 8 o'clock at the Y. M. C. A. Mrs. E. H. Wagner and Guy Blackmore will probably be the opponents of the Scotch champion. LOUIS PASTEUR IS ONE OF MUNI'S GREATEST HOLES. Paul Muni never really takes a vacation. When he completed the picture, "Dr. Socrates," he immediately went into seclusion on his Encino walnut ranch to study the character of the Cosmopolitan production, "The Story of Louis Pasteur," which comes to the Cecil on Tuesday. Muni was enthusiastic about the film and spent several weeks actually living the character which is that of Louis Pasteur, the great chemist and bacteriologist. "I was more enthralled by this role than any other character I have done on the screen," said Muni. "This scientist was not only one of the few great humanitarians who gave unselfishly without regard to personal gain or glory, but he was the rare combination of theorist and practitioner who actually lived to see his efforts and contributions put into effect and lived to witness the saving of thousands of .humans, mostly children. "As a character, he has more facets than any other I can think of. He was a giant, -with the naivete of a child. "I am grateful for the opportunity to attempt a characterization of Pasteur. If I have succeeded in imparting to the onlooker only a small part of him, it makes of it my most colorful role." The picture is a dynamic drama of the battle fought for science by Pasteur. Others in the cast include Josephine Hutchinson, Anita Louise, Donald Woods, Fritz Leiber, Henry O'Neill and Porter Hall. William Dieterle directed the picture from the screen play by Sheridan Gibney and Pierre Ceilings. GARY COOPER GOES TO TOWN. Gary Cooper, the Mr. Deeds referred to in "Mr. Deeds Goes to Town " the picture playing through Monday at the Cecil, really "goes to town" in this movie--far more than at any time previous in his career. Mr Deeds is a slightly eccentric tuba player in the town band at Mandrake Falls, Vt. Everything is going nicely lor Brother Deeds until he has $20,000,000 dropped in his lap by the sudden death of an uncle. Mr. Deeds decides at this- point that he will go to town and see how the other half gets along. After playing his tuba in the band which is called down to the station to celebrate his own good fortune, our friend Deeds lands in New York amid some of the livest and loudest publicity ever accorded a man for inheriting only $20,000.000. It seems that every hand is turned against him unless it can get its fingers wrapped around some of the fortune. His every act anc! statement distorted by front page feature writers, particularly one female reporter, Jean Arthur, who falls in love with him in spite of himself, Deeds finally decides to give his fortune away. In order to forestall this philanthropy, an unscrupulous group of attorneys attempt to have Deeds declared insane. This courtroom scene is probably the best sequence in the picture. Deeds, acting as his own counsel, has the judges and the audience wondering just who, if anybody, is really sane. Lionel Slander steps out of his usual role of gangster lieutenant and smooths up just enough to become a side-of-the-mouth publicity agent in this film. His performance is right next to Cooper's. "Mr. Deeds Goes to Town" is- a thoroughly enjoyable film. AGED THOMPSON MAN SUCCUMBS Carl Hildreth Dies After Stroke; Burial to Be in Lake Mills. THOMPSON--Carl Hildreth, 72, diefl Sunday at his home following a paralytic stroke suffered Saturday light. He was in the harness and shoe repairing business for the past seven years, after coming from Fertile. Surviving are his wife and two children, Leslie of Spirit Lake and Mrs. Veera Folken, at home and three grandchildren. Burial will be made in Lake Mills. Homecoming Is Held by Greene 0. E. S. Chapter GREENE--The local chapter, O. E. S., celebrated the thirty-sixth anniversary Friday night: The chapter was instituted May 1, 1000, and called May Day chapter. The social committee, Mrs. George Watterson, chairman, arranged for a homecoming program. The opening number was a. welcome song, the words of which were composed by Mrs. E. G. Van Eman, a past matron of the chapter. Three charter members were present, Mrs. Ida Birney, Mrs. E. Thompson and Miss Lottie Ingalls, all of Greene. Mrs E. D. Wilder is the present matron and G. Watterson, worthy patron. Twelve past matrons and four past patrons attended the meeting. Miss Lottie Ingalls was the first secretary of the chapter. Avoid False Teeth Dropping or Slipping You needn't fear false teeth dropping or slipping if you'll sprinkle a little Fasteeth on your plates each morning. Gives all day comfort and teeth hold tight. Deodorizes. No gummy, pasty, taste or feeling. Get Fasteeth from your druggist. Three sizes. The Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AMERICAN. Batting-- R. Ferrell, Red Sox, .438. Runs-- Gehrig, Yankees. 21. Runs batted in-- Dickey, Yankees, 22. Hits-- Gehringer, Tigers, 29. Doubles -- Travis, Senators, 8. Triples -- Gehringer, Tigers, 4. Homeruns -- Foxx, Red Sox, 6. Stolen bases -- Werber, Red Sox, and Crossetti, Yankees, 4. Pitching-- Grove, Red Sox, 4-0, Blaeholder, Indians, and Appleton, Senators, 3-0. NATIONAL. Batting -- Terry, Giants, .539. Runs-- Moore, Giants, and Herman, Cubs, 17. Runs hatted in-- ^Norris, Phillies, 21. Hits-- Herman, Cubs, 29. Doubles-- Herman, Cubs, 12. Homeruns -- Klein, Cubs, and Ott, Giants, 4. Stolen bases-- J. Martin, Cardinals, 5. Pitching-- Benge, Bees, 3-0. PURPLE WINS MOUNT VERNON, (SI-- Cornell college defeated St. Ambrose, 80 1-3 to 50 2-3 in a dual track meet here Saturday. CYCLONES WIN AMES. #) -- Iowa State's polo team nipped the University, of Illinois 13 to 12 in an indoor match Saturday. NOW JOE PENNER, JACK OAKIE FRANCES LANGFORD NED SPARKS, BETTY GRABLE "COLLEGIATE" RAY WALKER JOAN WOODBURY "Fighting Coward" Mason City's Only Modernistic Theatre Box Office Open 5:SO HAWKS WIN GOLF IOWA CITY, (.T)-- With Capt. Jim Gardner leading the way with a par Y4, the University of Iowa golf team Saturday defeated the University of Wisconsin, 12 to 9. Lightning Strikes Residence at Nashua NASHUA-- Lightning struck the Earl Corey residence Friday morning, entering the house on the telephone wire, which was not in use, and passed across the room and out of a window. A large hole was ripped in the side of the house where the bolt entered, the plaster torn off, the window sill torn and glass shattered. Mr. Corey, who was painting the floor in the room that was struck, was unharmed DANCE I. 0. 0. F. Hall, Mason City WEDNESDAY, MAY 6 JIMMIE FLEMING ORCHESTRA For Members and Invited Friends , IRVING. 'BERLIN ,-. Evening Adults Edward Everett Horton 3 1( = . . Helen Broderick · · Children Erik Rhodes · Eric Blore Me --Plus-MARCH OF TIME D A N C E Avalon Ballroom MANLY, IOWA Tuesday, May 5 AL SKY AND HIS MUSICAL STARS Ladies 25c Gents 40c ' OLD-TIME DANCE Thursday, May 7 Music By the JOLLY NORSEMEN Admission 25c Music Corporation of · -- P r e s e n t s ISDN IORCHESTRA] 75c Until TDM. Site al Huitablc Draft, M. City: Msnchsll Drat, Hampton; Kelljs Barber Shop, Carrier; Marshall Barter Shop, 1 Northwood, and tile Surf. Door Price $1.10 Tax Incl. DON STRICKLAND Will Be Tootin' at 3RESZY POINT CHARLES CITY Wednesday, May 6 Admission 40c per person, plus tax Dancing Wednesday and Saturday Nights NEW S. S. VAN DINE MYSTERY COMES TO PALACE Three mysterious murders in a rich New York family puzzle the metropolitan police until Philo Vance applies his scientific talents to the job of solving them in "The Garden Murder Case," newest of S S. aVn Dine's stories which comes to tee Palace with Edmund Lowe is the famous super-sleuth and Virgin ia Bruce as a smart society gir with whom he falls in love. The story abounds in thrilling action, sinister intrigue, and tender romance. On the same bill, starting Tuesday, is "Timothy's Quest." Dull Headaches Gone, Simple Remedy Does It Headaches caused by constipation are gone after one dose of Ad- lerika This cleans poisons out of BOTH upper and lower bowels. Ends b'ad sleep, nervousness. Huxtable Drug Co. Last Times Monday Countless numbers of people are acclaiming it--"A Swell Picture" "MR. DEEDS GOES TO TOWN" --with-GABY COOPER JEAN ARTHUR STARTS TUESDAY Only fhilo Vance can ^olve these amazing (murders! Mystery chiils, (laughs and romantic .thrills in S.S.Van Dine's newest screen sensation! Benita Hume Douglas Walton Nat Pendleton Ends Monday "Robin Hood of El Dorado" and "Too Many Parents" Watch these kids make romance bloom for two young people who, almost lose it: Timothy's Quest with BLEANORE WHITNEY - TOM KEENE Dickie Moore - Virginia Weidler IMPOETAMT We hasten to call your attention to the picture "THE STORY OF LOUIS PASTEUR." It is one of the most unusual and important films ever produced and dramatically portrays the thrilling life of one of the truly great heroes of all time--the man who braved a thousand deaths that countless millions might live. It is a picture which we present with pride and unhesitatingly recommend to every one of our patrons. Produced on a lavish scale worthy 01 its subject, It provides Paul Muni with the most powerful role in his career, and supported by a huge cast including such film notables" as Josephine Hutchinson, Anita Louise, Donald Woods and Fritz Ixnber. Critics of many different magazines and daily newspapers praise the extraordinary qualities of this masterful production. Louis Pasteur was a great man. H he had not discovered the way to combat the spread of destructive germs in medical work we would not have survived to applaud this breathless drama ol life. We, therefore, urge you to see this momentous film, and we are confident you will find it one of the most memorable screen experiences of your life. --The Management fcfe The Story Starring PAUL MUNI STARTS TUESDAY

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