Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 7, 1949 · Page 13
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, January 7, 1949
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City C].b.. G . lttt .. Y Cage Play V T.F! A ni TV C-r«* «.._...„„ * Y LEAGUE STANDINGS Pet. Betsy Rorts V' £• * uien Polish :: j* !! '-y™ Lane Auction -, 7, •»„„ National Guard : :} '.„„ Collegians I....'.'.'.'.'.','. 2 4 'm St. James Lutheran ...'..'.'.'. o 4 |ooo REVIEW OF THE YEAR - - By Alan Mover AUGUST FG FT PF TP COLLEGIANS—S3 Bryant BurKra» Miller ... Collins ., Glrton ., Saunders Iluber ... Totals , NATIONAL GUAHD—50 FG FT PF TP Eberhardt Halverson Hough ... Knooke K 2 M" 1 " i'.'.'." 8 <> Chestnut 4 n Totals ^ ~\ Score by quarters: COLLEGIANS . 10 18 NATIONAL GUAHD .. 10 23 Officials: Humphrey and Suter. BETSY ROSS—3l» FG FT PF TP Cookman 7 Tanner ^•••- ^ Oulman n Keister '.'.'.'.'.'. :i Olson '.','.'.'. u Totals Tfi ST. JAMES LUTHERAN—2 1 t 0 2 I —\ 10 19 87 10 Spencer 3 Treble 1 FT PF TP Jorgeiison 0 Schroder 1 I'elers <t Kroneman u Zacharlades 1 Kroneman 1 Totals a Score by quarters: BETSY HOSS 15 35 ST. JAMES LUTHERAN 2 10 Officials: Humphrey and Suter. LANE AUCTION—3G FG FT Tenny 2 '.i Bralim u o Fox , t a Nissen . i j Klein 3 „ Sloan a u Jones ;< o 31 n PF 1 4 1 3 1 1 HI) TP 7 0 10 a <; „ 4 Total ................. 15 ULEN POLISH— 37 Lee .................... 4 Wagner ................ 2 MoKenxy ............... 0 Cookman .............. 1 Wodcrcalc .............. 1 Bennett ................ o Cookman ............... 1 Croxton ................ 1 l> 13 'Ml FG FT PF TP 0 y o Totals 16 Score by quarters: LANE AUCTION 6 10 30 ULEN POLISH 8 ]« 21 Officials: Humphrey and Suter. 11 37 36 37 Bruner to Pitch This Spring for Hawkeyes lo.wa City, (JP) —Iowa U. Baseball Pitcher Jack Bruner of Waterloo replied Thursday to reports that he had signed a contract with the Boston Braves. Bruner said he had talked about a pro contract but that he wouldn't sign until the end of the school year. "I want to play for Iowa this spring," Bruner said. FIGHT RESULTS Miami, Fla.—Chuck Taylor, 147, Coalport, Pa., and Al Uersh, 1B1',4, New York, drew, (10). MRS.fAMV BLAtiKSPS K0£rt. Of HOLLAND. M///VS 3 OLYMPIC eers AM &oo : vtcro&tA DR/MES. U.S.A. FlR&T* OOUBLS VK^TOG. TRIUMPH £OR Afl ATSUR ORlV HAftRlSOH fioyr Se7~ A M£ Mf GO£F MARK S MOVIE RE VIE WS By CARL WRIGHT "The Pirate," starring Judy Garland and Gene Kelly, with every ingredient of a perfect technicolor musical, opens at the Cecil theater Friday. It is an adaptation of S. N. Behrman's play, one of Broadv/ay's greatest successes, the story of a lovelorn girl who dreams of being swept off her feet by a bold pirate THEATERS AT A GLANcF CECIL—"Deep Waters" closes Thursday. "The Flrate" opens Friday. I'ALACK—"An Ideal Husband" and "13 Lead Soldiers" rlose Thursday. "Old I.os Angeles" and "Man-Eater ot Ku- maon" open Friday. STKAND—"Montana Mike" and "Tracy vs. Cuebail" now showing. STATE—"Louisiana" and "A Slight Case of Murder" close Thursday. "Bill and Coo" and "West ol Sonora" open Friday. LAKE—"Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein" closes Thursday. "Treasure of Sierra Madre" and "Letter From an Unknown Woman" open Friday. and finds her hero in the person of a debonair strolling player. Its locale is the exotic Caribbean. Its tunes are Cole Porter's. Its drama is trigger-quick. And the Mountebank Serafin conjures Judy into believing he is the bold pirate of he-r dreams. , The stars run away with every scene in this production, which is Hollywood artistry at its best Stunningly photographed, it is a picture to enjoy again and again * * * "Old Los Angeles," starring William Elliott, John Carroll, Cather- lowa Hawkeyes Rank Among Defense Leaders New York, (JP) — Iowa ranks among the top 10 colleges with the best basketball defense records for games through Jan. 1, according to National Collegiate Athletic Bureau statistics. In 7 games, Iowa has held opponents to an average of 41.4 points per game for 7th place. Oklahoma A & M is the leader in this division with a 36.3 points per game average. BOWLING WOMEN'S CITY BOWLING LEAGUE Won 1st 2nd 3rd H.C. M. C. Appl 1 <17:i Ii38 B27 Hermanson's . 2 «23 UB1 661) 00 II. Goggin 151, 438. Borden's 1 72S 703 18(i Betsy Ross . .. 2 633 105 li'J 90 G. Dosen 180, 507. KICM 2 705 707 739 Lundnerg's . I <if>3 «8B 701 45 D. Crispin 18G, 47«. Allis-Chalm.. . 3 728 «H!) 75tf !>17fi Florimel 0 70!) fi2!» 71)0 48 JiOBCi A. Nehls 188; R. Ikenberry 410. Tot. 1938 2054 2102 2107 Slfil 2127 Attention... Service Station Operators, Mechanics, Farmers We have jdst received another shipment of those famous NEOPRENE Soled WORK SHOES Oil resisting soles— Goodyear welt constructed with corn- gated steel arch and genuine elk uppers. We are bringing these shoes to you at a Great Savings. Get yours today while our size range is complete. -RUBBER FOOTWEAR- Now Is When You Need Rubber Footwear. We Can Fit the Entire Family For Less Dick Woodard to Play for Dons in A. A. Conference Iowa City, (XP)—Dick Woodard, Iowa center, has signed a contract with the Los Angeles Dons of the All-America football conference, Woodard, a 4-year letterman from Port Dodge, said the contract is "better than $7,000 with a bonus for signing." He said he had received offers also from the Buffalo Bills, the New York and the New York Giants. Woodard played with the East team in the East-West game Jan. 1 at San Francisco. *#***#*•* py,,. "''^^ "•."<?! V ' ,>, / & ,j &RJWP%£z<Jb&3 DICK WOODWARD —Turns Professional Odd Lot Shoe Co. 121 South Federal Maurice Kitsis Harry Tamres "Date Bait" Drawn Into Bribe Case New York, (U.R)—A plump brunet identified as the feminine decoy in an alleged attempt by gamblers to fix a college basketball game was called Thursday for further questioning by District Attorney Frank Hogan. Hogan said he hoped to learn if a national gambling syndicate masterminded the $1,000 bribe offered Dave Shapiro, 25, co- captain of the George Washington university basketball squad, to throw a Madison Square Garden game Tuesday night. The brunet, Sylvia Brill, 24, is a sister-in-law of Joseph Aronowitz, one of 4 men held in $50,000 bail each for grand jury action on attempted bribery charges. Hngan said a date between the girl and Shapiro had been arranged for a New Year's Eve party. She was questioned extensively Wednesday. The 4 held in City prison were Aronowitz, 35, Philip Klein, 34, William Rivlin, 43, all of New York, and Jack Levy, 40, of Miami, Fla. Hogan asked the grand jury to find out if the alleged "fix" was the work of "tin horn sports" or whether a huge national ring was behind the scheme. The jury listened to testimony from Shapiro for 2 hours Wednesday, and Hogan said he hoped to obtain an indictment some time next week. The suspects are liable to a 5-year prison term if convicted. A hearing was scheduled for next Tuesday. NATIONAL BASKETBALL LEAGUE STANDINGS EASTERN DIVISION W. Andrrson 21 Syracuse HI Hammond 11 Dayton 3 WESTERN DIVISION Oshkosh 17 Trl-Cltles 15 L. ^ n in 20 Waterloo 13 Denver 10 WEDNESDAY RESULTS Anderson 78; Hammond 72. WaSrrtoo K2: Shcnoyfan 43. Denver 50; Tn-t illrs II. n 1** IS 14 Pet. .750 .007 .4X1 .343 ENJOY A GOOD MOVIE! NOW! END FRIDAY ROBERT BRIAN CUNNINGSDONIEW — AND — VtrriA* Mwgen COHWAt Ann* Open Saturday 'B. F.'s DAUGHTER" Ine McLeod and Joseph Schild-! kraut, opens at the Palace theater Friday, and it's custom-made for those who prefer a red-blooded story of facts and robust action. These stars of "The Fabulous Texan" are teamed again by popular demand. "Man-Eater of Kuma- on" is the co-feature, story of the scourge of the jungles, with Sabu and Joanne Page. # * * Robert Cummings as Mike has the lead in Seymour Nebenzal's novel western epic, "Montana Mike," showing currently at the Strand theater. Co-starred with Cummings is Brian Donlevy, while Jorja Curtright and Marjorie Reynolds are featured in feminine roles. In the co-feature, thieves fall out and enable "Dick Tracy" to get his man in "Dick Tracy vs. Cuebail." * * * Comedian Ken Murray's "Bill and Coo" heads up a 6 unit show opening Friday at the State theater. It is undoubtedly a unique picture, a true-to-life tale of happenings in a community of birds. All of the roles from the hero to the villain are enacted by birds. The Durango Kid is also on the bill in "West of Sonora." And there are cartoons and features. AT. ,y. .y. Humphrey Bogart gets into plenty of trouble in one of his most colorful roles as the gold- mad adventurer in Warner Bros.' sensational drama, "Treasure of Sierra Madre," opening at the Lake theater Friday. A strong cast figures in this hard-fisted drama. The co-feature, "Letter from an Unknown Woman," has for its romantic team Joan Fontaine and the French star, Louis Jourdan. Bunker Hill Golf Course in Dubuque Will Be Closed Dubuque, (/P)—Bunker Hill golf course, Dubuque's oldest, will close next week. In a letter to its members, the board of directors of the club Wednesday announced that the club and 18-hole layout would be closed next Monday at midnight. The closing, the letter said, was due "to conditions and circumstances prevailing in Dubuque." There was no further explanation. Asked to elaborate, Karl Harker, club president, would say only that the closing was due "strictly to a local condition existing in Dubuque county." Bunker Hill was Dubuque's first golf course. It was built in 1928 by L. B. Estabrook. A group of Dubuque businessmen purchased he course in 1941 and spent $1,000 n improvements and remodeling residence into a clubhouse and ro shop. It has been termed one of the >est by such golfing greats as 3yron Nelson, Denny Shute and ENDS THURSDAY FRIDAY - SATURDAY Every Man Who Sought It Courted Disaster! Humphrey -Companion Hit— FONTAINE LOUIS '' HHIROAN ENDS THURSDAY 'A Slight Case of Murder" "Louisiana" FRIDAY - SATURDAY Gala 6 Unit Show DANCE V American Legion Club 317 North Federal "WHERE THE FINEST FOODS ARE SERVED" FRIDAY, JANUARY 7 Music by EARL HUNT and His 7-Piece Band Lar&e Dance Floor — Come And Enjoy Yourself No Admission Charge Dancing From 9:30 P. M. to 12:30 A. M. Ends Thursday — "Deep Waters" Dana Andrews - Jean Peters FRI.-SAT. ONLY! "Durango Kid" Smiley Burnette in "WEST OF SONORA" • Superman • 2 Cartoons • Laugh Riot Comedy STARTS SUNDAY , The Academy Award Picture Winner ol Nfn* Academy Awards! OF OUR LIVES' "ug McSpaden who have played it. It produced a woman Western Open champion in Edith Estabrook. The closing will leave Dubuque vith only one golf course, the private Dubuque golf club. X/ THERE N S ONE THINS ABOUT A GOOD-LOOKING GIRL. SHE NEVER MAS FAR TO LOOK / * ENJOY A TASTY SNACK • Kosher Corned Beef on Fumpernickle Bread • Home Made Bread • Good Coffee the Snack Bar at , buJl& FOOD SHOP GROCERIES • DELICATES5EV 303 South Federal Phone 9G9 Opp. Mler Wolf DANCE TONITE Thursday, January 6 Wonderful Music by. THE FIVE SHARPS * Legionnaires ... Your cards will soon be delinquent . . . We accept 1949 American Legion dues. * Meet your Friends for Dining and Dancing at the Veterans' Club "It's the Talk of the Town" 1308 N. Federal Phone 770 Fellows .. .-Tor admittance you must have your card showing ' that you belong to one of the Veterans' organizations. DANCE AND ROMANCE at #* BEAUTIFUL NO. SHORE OF CLEAR LAKE IOWA'S WONDER SHOWPLACE SURF Will Be Closed on Wed. Nights Until After Easter. FRI., JAN. 7 MALEKS BAND I The finest in old time dancing every Friday at the SUUF. Make your reservations now. • SAT., JAN. 8 • You'll like the romantic • atmosphere on Satur« day nights with smooth « modern music—Tonight DELL ; CLAYTON 4 and his orchestra Call 84 for your booths. SUN., JAN. 9 WAYNE KARR and his orchestra SPECIAL DANCED NEXT TUESDAY JANUARY 11 DON RHINE'S famous western RIDGERIDERS Don't miss this enjoyable evening. "V THE ATMOSPHERE YOU'LL JEN ' * \i Technicolor JflW 6ABLAND GENE KJELW **«- &fl& WALTER SLE7AK GLADYS COOPER REGINALD OWEN / . BIG FIJ&T-RUKT —IN TECHNICOLOR— "LOVES OF CARMEN" HITA IIAYWORTH-GLEN FORB "TAP ROOTS" In Color VAN HEFLIN-SUSAN HAYWORD "A SONG IS BORN" DAXNY KATE JUDY AND GENE WILL MAKE YOU SHOUT WITH GLEE! MASON CITY End Thurs.—"An Ideal Husband"—"13 Lead Soldiers' SEES IT ... FRIDAY Must See Pro 9 ram! *-u Make The PALACE You? Entertainment Headquarters! _ And — From the True Experiences of India's Great Hunter! THE MOST ' , EXCITING ADVENTURE OF TROPIC LOV€f Jim Corbett's True Story! Of KUMAOH * sunns - WENDELL COREY JOANNE PAGE•SABU i>h MORRIS CARNOVSKt

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