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Wednesday, April 5, 1939
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14 J i'l i GLOBE-GAZETTE SPORTS MEXICAN AGE TOPS TABLES Joe Chamaco Wins in Late Round of U. S. Three-Cushion Meet NEW YORK, (U.R)_There's a new world champion in the three- cushion billiard field and his name is Joe Chamaco, 38, who came out of Mexico City a few months ago virtually unknown in United States competition. v He clinched the title Tuesday in the tournament sponsored by the National Billiard association by defeating Frank Scovillc Buffalo, N. Y., 50-31 in 56 innings. Then he went on to win an evening maicli from Scovillc, 50-25, in 46 innings. He represented New York City in the tournament which started Jan. 19 with' 10 entrants. Two weeks ago he made 18 consecutive shots to set a new world's record for high runs. His victories Tuesday mathematically eliminated Jay Bozeman, Chicago, from a possible tie. He has won 50 games in_66 starts from a percentage of ,7o8 and has only six more to play before the tournament ends April 14. As winner, he will receive $2,500 o£ the tournament's 312,000 prize money. Bozeman has won 45 games in 70 starts for a percentage of .657. He has only two more games to Army, Evergreens Meet in Polo Final NEW YORK, (U.PJ--The 124th field artillery team of Chicago and the Evergreen farm trio of New York, survivors of sectional eliminations, met Wednesday in the first game of a best-of-three series for the national indoor polo title. The 124th field artillery senior team, riding at 15 goals, is the highest handicapped indoor team in recent years. Lieut. William Fergus, Jay Secor and Bob Nicho- alds all are rated at five goals. The eastern team is composed of Milton F. Untermeyei-, Cyril Harrison and BilJy Nicholls, a 14- goal trio. WRESTLING RESULTS By United Press BUFFALO--Hal Rumberg threw Ed Don George. Cresco Club Heads Named, Plan First Golf in Middle May CRESCO--The official opening of the Cresco Country club is announced for the week of May 14 with the following newly elected officers: J. H. Burgess, president; J. L. Craig, vice president; J. P. Thomson, treasurer; A. S. Natvig, secretary, and N. A. Bradley, with J. C. Feuling, constituting the board of directors. Committees appointed for the year: Building and Grounds: W. A. BeMs, J. P. Thomson. George t-aub. Greens ?nd Fairu-ays: J. L. Craig. J. C. Feuling, Fred Wodrich. Tuurnariienls and Events: P. A. Nier- · l l n g . .X. A. Bradley. E. R. Precious, Jr., Henry F. Heed. Thomas Darby. Membership: J. \V. Howard. J. !{ Bursess-, J. L. Craig. N. A. Bradlsy, J. C Feuling. A. S. NaiviE. Finance: J. C. Feuling, Ray Burgess, L. I~ Lowry. The Third Annual June Invitational tournament to which all clubs in North Iowa are invited will be held Sunday, June 18. A's See New Power on Hurler's Mound LONGVIEW, Texas, (U.B--Carl Byrd and Jim Renninger both showed good form on the mound for the Philadelphia Athletics, boosting hopes for a stronger pitching staff as the A's coasted to an easy 9 to 1 triumph over Longview of the East Texas league Tuesday, bunching 10 hits. Wilson Miles pounded out four hits to lead a second squad to an H to 4 win over Shreveport, La. Double Contest Set For Gamer's Court GARNER--Two games instead o£ one will close the 1938-39 basketball season in Garner high school, Coach Ralph J. Luchsinger announced Wednesday. The event will be held in the local gymnasium Saturday night. Featured game of the program will see Coach Ralph Luchsinger's Garner boys play Olson's AH American Red Heads, champion girls' team. In a curtain raiser, the Garner independent team will play an independent team from Arnolds Park. First game is scheduled for 7:45 p. m. Saturday. "I WANT A JOB" J UST a highschool girl-- but this dramatic interview starts her on, the ladder to fame and fortune. To every married woman, to every girl who wants to be married, this candid story of a modern who wants both a career and motherhood will come as a revelation. A real story about REAL people . . . frank, intimate, exciting! MARKET WINS THREE GAMES Coca Cola Pushed to Third Place in Keg League's Standings Quality Fruit Market's three- game victory, and the high 2,879 series turned up by Northwestern States Portland Cement topped Mason City league bowling news Tuesday night. The Fruit Market victory sent Coca Cola, on the losing end of the games, into (hird place, leaving Tyler-Ryan furniture second in the league standings. The Hub, Maple Inn and Northwestern States each won two games. Golden Glow's 2,848 was second high. Joe Morks rolled a 257 leading single, while Leo Desomery had a 635 high series. Dodgers, Tigers to Play Three Tussles LAKELAND, Fla., (U.PJ--The Brooklyn Dodgers and Detroit Tigers will travel northward for three games before the Dodgers join the Yankees for their final seven games. The Dodgers licked the Tigers to 3 Tuesday as Catcher A] Todd hit two homeruns. Cy Blanton Allows Browns Lonely Run SAN ANTONIO, Tex., (U.R)_ Manager Pie Traynor assigned Russ Bauers to open on the mound against the St. Louis Browns defeated Tuesday by the Pirates 14 to I. In the first seven innings of the victory, Cy Blanton allowed seven hits and one run. Rip Sewell permitted one hit in the final two frames and maintained his un- scored upon record for the training season. St. Louis Chuckers Give Up 16 Wallops SAN ANTONIO, Tex.. (U.R-- The St. Louis Browns met the Pittsburgh Pirates here again alter losing a H to 1 decision to the National league club Tuesday. Brown's pitchers gave up 16 hits and the rest of the team scored six errors. Jack Kramer was slated to start on the mound for St. Louis. Seeded Stars Come Through Net Opener ATLANTA, Ga., (u.R)-The ranks of the seeded remained unbroken as second-round play began in the Atlanta invitation tennis tournament. Noteworthy f i r s t - r o u n d tri- -imphs were scored by top-ranked 3itsy Grant of Atlanta over Josiah Sacon. Portland. Ore., 6-0, 6-1; second-seeded £lwood Cooke 'of Portland over Reg Fleet of Atlanta, 6-0, 6-0, and Johnny Doeg of New York over Glen McConnell of Atlanta. 6-1, 6-0. Ernie Suiter of New Orleans, one of the seeded entries, was expected to sec competition Wednesday. Tribe Has Easv Day With Class B Foes MOBILE, Ala.. (U.R)-Mel Harder and Johnny Humphries took the mound for the Cleveland Indians against the Mobile Shoppers of |he Florida-Alabama league with aammy Hale going back to second base to test his score arm. Tom Drake went five innings and Bill Zuber four Tuesday against Pensacola as the Tribe :ook an easy 5 to 1 victory over the class B outfit. WRESTLING RESULTS By United Press . - Y --- Pclc Baltran. I,iihu- ef " tctl w-hit «- Govro, Minne- MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FOJIS Besiege Movie Actor WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1939 Capitol secretaries and stenographers crowded » senate sub- comrmllee hearlr* in Washington for a glimpse of Robert Mo D i g om- erj motion picture actor, who was there to testify against a pro- H. 0. Webb Talks at Sheffield Meeting of B. P. W. Women SHEFFIELD -- The Business and Professional Women's club leld its meeting Monday evening. A 7 o'clock dinner was served at Ward's cafe and was followed by meeting at the home of Miss Jertrude Stading. H. O. Webb was the guest speaker and gave a talk on "Savings." ^ ' Louis Will Be 1-100 Bet to Beat Tony in Ring Go Eugene J. Feuling Heads New Hampton Club During Season NEW HAMPTON--Eugene J. Feuling was re-elected president ol the New Hampton GoU and Country club at its annual meeting. O. A. Knutson was named vice president; Walter J. Kennedy, treasurer and Miss Louise Klatt, secretary. J. F. Kennedy \vas elected to a three year term as trustee. Dr. Nicholas Schilling was named chairman of the board of trustees. W. R. Garland, the third member, has two years remaining on his term. Holes No. 1 and No. 9 will be shortened 37 feet this year as approximately one acre of land was sold to the liighway commission for a highway that runs along the north edge ol the course. A committee consisting of Dr. Hans Haumeder. Dr. Nicholas Schilling, Hay Faragher, W. B. Garland and J. F. Kennedy will study a suggestion to reduce the yearly dues to enable younger persons to play at the country club. A balance of 51,100 was reported in the treasury, with all bills paid. D hils Buy Chucker on Baltimore List DALLAS, Texas, (U.J--Man- ager James (Doe) Prothro of the Philadelphia Phillies announced the purchase of Pitcher Harry Matusak from Balitmore of the :nternationa! league for §25,000 as ie carried forward his building program. The Phillies defeated Dallas o£ the Texas league 3 to 1 Tuesday, although they were outhit 10 10 . Max Butcher heartened Prothro by his fine pitching before being relieved by Elmer Burkhart. Batting Power Has dge for Red Nine COLUMBIA, S. Car., (U.P.)-- There's been a lot said about the Cincinnati Heds' pitching strength, but little about batting power, and t \vas the punch at the plate that .gave the Reds their fourth straight victory 18 to 7 over the Boston Sed Sox at Augusta, Ga., Tuesday. The Reds collected 22 safe blows. Marie Blizard's thrilling new serial begins Friday, April 14 in the Mason City Globe -Gazette' City League Bowling Players- Kccpan Sward : , . Kaufmann Q L A L I T V FRl'lT 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av 163 194 335 .. ... 163 .. 164 .. 206 .. ISS 139 163 137 197 Kt 524 I 7 f i | 166 ! 161 173 102 A r i u a l Pins ... S76 624 913 2fin 872 Handicap 70 70 70 210 70 Tolsl Pn Players McJchoir Schmidt 174 Strong 135 Ryan 163 Strom le^ 946 834 363 2323 942 COCA CODA 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av. 1E2 169 Actual Pins ... 826 310 876 Z~12 837 iiandicap 31 31 31 (33 3^ Total Pins S77 661 9M 2S65 ~S38 DECKERS OFFICE 1st 2nd 3rd Total A v. - - . Kaufman 159 151 17 U fait 177 us ]66 Lindsay 164 179 19Q MacDonald 183 141 192 Banker 139 145 175 162 329 175 341 160 516 172 463 Io4 Actual Pins ... 822 603 910 2535 84; Handicap 63 63 63 169 63 Total Pins 845 66 97J 2724 903 N O R T H W E S T E R N C E M E N T Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd Tola! Av |" lr '66 167 K9 312 171 Schutz 167 m 177 D .-, 162 Bcmi, =C6 '161 164 .T,l 177 P layer C. Kjccrt E. Eggcrt .% Baker ..... .... Larron . Morks . . Actual Pins . Handicap ... Tola! Pills MAFI.E I N N in 2nd 3rd 211 192 H3 13.1 H2 195 133 H2 1S6 170 177 17D 237 Players -- Fcrrias Gamble Badcliffc 109 182 « 910 0(15 5D 39 59 Tola! Ar. 546 132 475 158 481 160 546 182 649 230 2657 SS6 177 59 901 9C3 964 2834 943 GOLDEN' GLOW 1st 2nd 3rd 201 184 123 193 187 202 170 173 162 IEn 163 161 Total Av. 313 171 587 196 505 163 314 Desomcry Actual Pins .. Handicap Total Pins 1014 943 891 234S 943 237 168 210 633 212 936 913 863 271 2764 921 84 28 DECKER BROTHERS Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd Adams 209 133 159 Decker 157 133 131 Sowlcs 162 139 167 Senn 175 iei 178 RatlilJ 154 173 144, Actual Pins ... 857 769 839 Total Pins . Players-W. Stcphan FrcmjzorrJ .. Oliver . ... Stevenson .. Ikcnbcnry ., S32 B44 THE HUB 1st 2nd 13S 1G3 119 ISO 24 S 153 Total Av. SOS 169 431 160 463 156 534 ITS 475 159 246S~822 225 si4 2590 ss; 153 \~.S 133 202 Tolal Av. 433 144 419 13,1 473 543 499 139 DON BOTH - (OLU TfME ?!·«· - Clc - TAX I.VCt- LATE BUS AFTER DANCES $2.50 Breakfast at Derby Has Added Attraction to Fans By EDDIE BRIETZ Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK, Iff)-- First nomination for the 1940 all-America: Jim Blumenstock, Fordham back Tillie (Kind) Herman, who "has" trained 'em both, says Max Baer will kayo Lou Nova . . . Puzzler: Name two guys you think could beat Ralph GuldahP and Sam Snead in' a best ball match Oregon U's championship basketball team will be invited back into the Garden next winter They're gabbing around the cafes that the Fred Perrys (reconciled less than a month ago) are about l to break up again. * * YOU TELL 'EM, SAM Sam Taub broadcasting (Day vs. Armstrong): ". . . The boys are mauling each other at long range --what the experts call in-fighting . . ." e « * New York Sun says not to be surprised if Louis is 1 to 100 against Galento . . . (but that was before Tony built up a lot of good will by canceling his stage appearances) . . . Clydell Castleman is languishing in the Giant doghouse . . ._ Freddie Steele, former middleweight king, has been signed as matchmaker for Al Morse, Spokane promoter . . . That pre-view of Van Mungo Monday didn't reveal anything to write home about . . . You'll have to shell out SI 1.50 for a Baer-Nova ringside pew. * * :* ADDED ATTRACTION Breakfast will be served at hurchill Doxvns at noon on Derby day for only S2.50 a head . . . "But this," volunteers Nixson Denton in the Cincinnati Times-Star, "includes a brief introduction to Col. Matt Winn." * « * Harry Voiler has gone to Beantown. to try to sign Al' McCoy to fight Bob Pastor in the Orange bowl at Miami, Sunday, May 28 . . . Those at the Augusta ringside say Bobby Jones' tec shots were roaring as of yore, but his putting was very, very sad ... George Blake, one of the best in the biz, is the popular choice to referee Louis vs. Roper . . . The Los Angeles Angels now have Hit) Collins, a first sacker. and Rip Collins, a catcher . . . Eddie Brink stopped Tony Canzoneri's comeback cold, but has turned down a return match . . . Why? o « » GUEST STAR Bob Ray, Los Angeles Times"Jack Roper received this letter from a friend: 'I've got around S25 saved up and if you'll send me S5Q. I 11 have enough to come up and see the fight.' " a o t Quickies: New York U. has selected U. of Georgia as its World's fair football opponent . . . The Giants may break away from the Indians and barnstorm with the Red Sox next spring . . . Max Baer is talking about opening a restaurant in London . . . Tut Stainback of the Dodgers and Wayne King, the band leader are brothers-in-law . . . Mike Jacobs is looking o%-er offices in the Radio EASTER MUSIC EVENT PLANNED Miss Ellen Smith to Appear With Chorus on Program at Osage OSAGE--The Osage Chamber of Commerce men's chorus will present a ; program of Easter music at the Congregational church here on the evening of April 9. This organization was started about a year ago and was directed by Charles Dalin of Mason City until last summer when Frank Piersoi, instrumental music instructor at the high school, took '' over. The chorus consists of 26 members and in the Sunday concert will be assisted by Miss Ellen Smilh, vocal music instructor in the Mason City schools. Vliller Instructors Are Hired for Year MILLER--At a meeting of the Vliller school board M o n d a y :eaehers were hired for the com- ng year. Miss Marjorie Perry was lired to leach the upper grades and Miss Rachel Chartson was lired to teach in the lower grades. Select Thompson's Teachers for Year THOMPSON--At a meeting of the board of education, held Monday evening Miss Helen Rogers was re-elected commercial instructor; Phil Connoll was reelected as a high school instructor; Daniel Martino was re-elected as band instructor; Miss Hulh Sawyer was re-elected as high school teacher. Wilma Airhart Feted at Whittemore Event WHITTEMORE--A miscellaneous shower was held at the Academy hall Sunday afternoon in honor of Wilma Airhart who will Become the bride of Gregory Elsert in the near future. Miss Airhart received many presents. Arrange Services at 3 Jpice Churches JOICE--Easter Sunday services at the three local churches are as 'ollows: At Bethany at 8 a. m., at Concordia at 9:30 a. m. and at 3ear Creek' at 11:15 a. m. -The Rev. L. F. Scheie is the pastor. 45 ATTEND MEETING HUTCHINS--Mr. and Mrs. John Richter, Sr., were hosts recently at a - meeting sponsored by the E. A. Electric refrigerators, stoves, and other appliances were demonstrated and an evening dinner was served. About 45 were present. SUFFERS ANKLE INJURY MESERVEY--Mrs. Ben Grens fell and suffered a severely injured ankle at her home here on Monday afternoon. MESERVEV MAN IS 82 MESERVEY--Frank Ostendori celebrated his eighty-second birthday at his home here Sunday with a dinner. O.Q.K. f\OVIC EDITOR "Spirit of Culver," With Cooper and Bartholomew, Opens at Cecil rtr»" Sp *' rit ° £ c " lver '" whidh opened at the Cecil on Wednesday, is a dramatic narrative of life at a military academy. In top billine are Jackie Cooper and Freddie Bartholomew, while in the featured roles sn Gene Reynolds, Henry Hull, Andy Devine, Tim Holt and " " ''· film was Brig. Gen. L. H. Gigniliiat, head 1 during the rnak- cadet captains accompanied him, also to help on the details. .. The supplementary feature is the latest release of the March of Time, our fawrite short, and this issue deals with 11) e p r e s e n t French - Italian . c r i s i s in the M e diterranean, the demands by Mussolini a n d his fascists for Tunisia. It's a s t o r y of the current propaganda by tee b l a c k s h i r t s among Tunisians and the Moslem people living in all the ' F r e n c h a n d British colonies a r o u n d t h e Mediterranean. , At toe Palace the double fea- Benlto MussoUnl . , . '»e aoiioie iea- ture which opened Wednesday consisted of "Winner Take All" and "Nancy Drew -- Reporter'" MOVIE MENU CECIL--"Spirit o f C u l v e r " through Thursday. PALACE -- "Winner Take All" and "Nancy Drew -- Reporter" through Thursday. STRAMQ_"The Hisgins Family Behind the Mask" and i»lack Room Mystery" end Wednesday. "Fugitive for a IMgnt' and "Kin? of the Wild Horses' begin Xhursdas-. LAKE--(Clear Lake)--"Burn 'Em Up O Connor" and "Say It in French" end Wednesday. "They Made Me a Criminal" begins Thursday. Tony Martin, Gloria Stuart and Henry Armetta are in the first named picture, a story of the fight racket. Bonita Granville and Frankie Thomas, Jr., are teamed m the co-feature, 'fugitive for a Night" and '"g of the Wild Horsts" are at the S t a t e theater Thursday through Saturday. John Garfield and the Dead End kids have the leads in "They Made Me a Criminal, which is on the program for Thursday and Friday at the Lake theater in Clear Lake. Bad weather is calculated to be responsible for 73 per cent of all wheat crop losses. ENDS WEDNESDAY "Burn 'Em Up O'Connor" --plus-"Say It in French" i THURSDAY - FRIDAY "They Made Me a Criminal" --with-JOHN GARFIELD ^Bargain Mat. Thurs. 2 p. m., IBc Speech Contest to Be Held on Friday OTRANTO-- The grade school speech contest will he held Friday afternoon to pick the local contestants. Play Cast Meets for Luncheon, Program COULT£H-- The program committee of the P. T. A. entertained the members of the one act play cast at luncheon and a short program at the school auditorium. To measure the degree of ignorance, observe the degree of its complacency. -- Kewanee Star- Courier. Old-Time Donee AVALON BALLROOM Manly, Iowa THURSDAY, APRIL 6 KELLY BROS. ORCHESTRA Admission 25e. Plus Tax COMING SATURDAY, APRIL g MAC and His International Motor Truck Orchestra SPECIAL EASTER MONDAY DANCE APRIL 10 TATE TONTTE IS FUN NITE . . HELD OVER! THRU WEDNESDAY YOTJR LAST CHANCE TO SEE STARTS THURSDAY "FUGITIVES FOR A NIGHT" PLUS "KING OF WILD HORSES" BE ATTHE CECIL OR PALACE ON FRIDAY THIS WEEK ORTH IOWA'S BEST THEATER Now -- Thru Thurs. IEATEN BY 1JTE: TRICKED i v FATE! DESERTED BY ALL! THE SPIRIT IN THESE BOYS' FIGHTING HEARTS PUT THEM THROtIGH CULVER MHJTAHY ACADEMY! TO OBSERVE HOLIDAY GARNER--Following a custom of many years' standing, all Garner firms will close from 12 to 3 p. m. Friday in observance of " ood Friday. N AT KLUSS RITES LELAND--John McGreevey and Mrs. E. B. Buren motored to Postville to attend the funeral of Mrs. Buren's aunt, Mrs. Mary Kluss Wednesday morning. FIGHT RESULTS By The Associated Press LOS ANGELES--Buddy Baer. 255, Liv- ermorc. Cal., knocked oul Big Boy Brackey. 218. Buffalo. I.*. Y. (21. NEW YORK--Jackie Berg. U7'.«. Ena- and. outpointed Fete Galiano, 141*4, 3altimore 18}, City area . . . Red Barber is doing a swell job broadcasting Dodger games and Flatbush fans wili'be happy if the team can do half as well. DON'T FOLLOW--LEAD THE CROWD TO THE « % · · · % V GRAND OPENING N 11 R h OF THE XEW^J U f l I I {1111*6 Come early--Inspect this Moderne lUUl O. Ballroom--You'll thrill over its glamourous beanlj---then e n j o y four hours of entertainment and dancing o the music of MEL PESTER £SJ?i" T.a«Aic5 _ Me -- Gent l« ~tc -- Tax Incl. FRI. COOPER · BARTHOLOMEW SPIRITol CULVER I I pln »--"MARCH OF TIME"--Showtnr He Mcdi- I I terranean--"The Baclcrroand tor \Var*' " I *'' .J COMI.YG SI/-J.-OAV Bob Borna--"I'm From Missouri" COMING THURSDAY. APRIL "Hawaiian Today THROUGH THURSDAY A Boy and Girl Get a Kg Scoop" fiBS N E W Today THROUGH THURSDAY A Cowboy Turns Prize Fighter CLIP THIS VALUABLE COUPON I COUPON WTU, ADMIT ONE PERSON FREE TO I PALACE THEATER WED. OR THURS. WHEN . . riT IED BY O.VE PAID ADULT ADMISSION, MATlNEi ?O KING. AT THE PALACE THEATER BOX O u ------------- _ _ -- . _ -- -CT COMING JAMES CAGNEX - HUMPHREY BOG\RT SAT - in "THE OKLAHOMA KID" uw Showinc at Your STRAND Ittc X6c 21c = dy Garland . Freddie B.rlt,,!,TM,* In "Uilen D.rllnt" and ··Hi,jin« r»nttr" with th CIta.on,

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