Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 22, 1948 · Page 16
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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MOVIE - ...---jcitas Rltz Club ^or F 00 d and Fun Bayside, Clear Lake ME VIE WS CARL WRIGHT ands. ageless s P ect acle pageantry Crusades," opens at the Ce- H We f nesday ' with AcSd- - winne r Loretta Young Jm P° s{ "g cast of thou"! round which fill "The Crusades" dwarf anything Hollywood has ever done before—and in all probability will ever match again. "The Crusades" is timely in theme because its story is part of the bloody history of the Holy f and, the latest chapter of which is being written in today's headlines. The film deals with the greatest of all struggles for control of Palestine, the 12th century march of Christian Europe to re-capture the land from the Moslems. Importantly cast in "The Cru- des" SI-A Henry WHcoxon SHED FEARS WALLACE WUh JUNE FORD^ VINCENT wii? lus "" Laffs Galore William Tracy in "Hay Foot" OPENING WEDNESDAY ' PUBLIC SHARYN MOFFETT the Lion Hearted King of England lan Keith, Katherine deMille, C Aubrey Smith and Alan Hale * * # IK b ,° dy of an unknown man thrown from a burning hotel win dow, a double-dealing wife and a blackmailing private detectiv aie all part of the exciting suspenseful plot of "Shed No Tears,' I^I^T^^GTA^CF Carol" now , how . NOW SHOWING In Technicolor A Top Musical Adventure on the Barbary Coast "NOB HILL" with GEORGE RAFT JOAN BENNETT and FteCtGY ANN GARNER Allan "Rocky" Larte as Red Ryder with Bobby Blake in "SantaFe Uprising" Coming Christmas Holiday Show All Teqhjiicolor "Swordsman" and Walt Disney's "Bambi" Now thru Thur. YOU'LL LOVE EVERY MINUTE OF IT! Reginald Owen - Gene Lockhart Bears vs. Cards Pro Fonthnlt r. rently- a t the PaYaiTe theTte? Wall ^.t^s^rsru 1 !! comedy with William Tracy and Joe Sawyer, is the co-feature * * * no^'^rS 2£°-£? ?ov y 3,. d f.B 0 ?Sf??" t '--ote r "t eht e at at - r « , opening Wednesday the Strand theater. Handsome has the title roTe! and Ann nvnr at . Dvorak feajurj * * * Musical adventure are co-starred. . The co- i, "Banjo" "with Sharyn Bar- the I I g i I FREE DANCE TQ]NrJTE TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21 Wonderful Music by THE FIVE SHARPS Join the Holiday Crowd At the VETS' CLUB rh^ . Free Reservations for the Big Christmas Party . . . Thursday Night, Dec. 23 Door Prizes ... and Surprises TOMORROW NIGHT . . . Wednesday Dance to the Music of THE RHYTHM * For Your piningr and Dancjn? Pleasure Always Come to the nr starred m this western * * * T t , the Laka Dickens' "A r Carpi " with Reginald V 0.w j Kathleen Lockhar a?d ilburn. Miss it? You might as well miss Christmas I?? a mighty good show, for the Christmas season. • ENDS TUBS. "THE RETURN OP THE BADMEN" -—with— Big Action Cast STARTS Wed., Dec. 22 "'THE CRUSADtS 1 is in ili( itwt DiMille triaition. . . t magnificent show . . . tlfftelyis today's hitillnii...(he slory of the struggle for possession of the Holy Land, a battle that .is taking place today in the towns and hills of Palestine." — Says LOUELLA PARSONS L* : 1 ' <TN; y .sr tf. ••* ^V VII mf' » ^^^^fl PeMilles Stupendous, Thrill- Splashed Spectacle X4 ^'4 Her Beauty Decided The Fat] Of The World. .7 HER LOVE WROTE ONE OF ITS FLAMING CHAPTERS! The glory of the West... the splendor of Asia ... locked in the spectacular conflict of the Crusades! The salvation of the Holy Land waiting on the impassioned love 'of Richard the Lion Heart and his 'unkissed bride! r. "The most screened. -Said Silver Screen' wftk Loretta YOUNG ' 'WiMW gf (In nit's hr ttfftffNMKi » Henry UflLCOXON Top Pitching Honors Won by Brecheen New York, (U.R)_ S outhpaw Har- fn a ? r£ £ hee 2 ° f the St Lou5s C *rd- mals Tuesday was given the official stamp of approval as the National league's outstandin- hut-ler for 1948. The determined little 34-year- old veteran fashioned both the leagues best earned run average and won-lost percentage during last season. B fi^t r t° hee " W ? n 20 games f °r ^e first time m his 7-year career, lost only 7 for .741 percentage, and lfT£ m an earned run average of 2.24 according to league statistics. In addition, the 5 foot 10 mch, 160-pound veteran from Broken Bow, Okla., racked up the most strikeouts, 149, and paced the circuit in shutouts with 7 Pressing Brecheen for earned run laurels, among pitchers who completed at least 10 games, was knuckleball ace Emil "Dutch" Leonard of the Phillies with a mark of 2.51. Only 4 Nip 3 ERA Outside of Brecheen and Leonard, only 2 other pitchers wound up with earned run averages under 3 per game. They were Johnny bam, Boston Braves work-horse, with 2.60, and left-hander Johnny 1 Schmitz of the Cubs with 8.64 Sam was close behind Brecheen m the matter of individual hurling honors. The rangy, tobacco-, chewing right-hander won the most games, 84, while losing IS for a .615 percentage; pitched the most complete games, 28; worked the most innings, 316; faced the most batters, 1,313, and yielded the most hits, 297. Hardest-working relief pitcher was Harry Gumbert of Cincinnati who appeared in the most games, 61, and finished the most contests, Among pitchers who failed to hurl 10 tsomplete games, veteran Rip SewelJ, 40-year-old Pittsburgh right-hander, registered the highest won-lost percentage, .813. The figure was compiled on 13 vie-, tones and 3 losses. Sewell owned the longest winning streak in the league 8 straight games extending from July 22 until the end of the* season. M Leonard Biggest Loser • .Leonard, even with his excellent 6a ,^ ed run average, was charged with the most losses, 16, while Southpaw Johnny Vender Meer winner of 17 games, gave up the most bases on balls, 124. Larry Jansen of the Giants allowed the most runs, 125, and Murry Dickson of the Cardinals permitted the most earned, runs, Bob McCall, Chicago's hard-luck hurler, suffered the league's loner, est losing streak, 13 games, between May 15 and Sept. 22. B o s t o n's pennant winning Braves turned in the lowest collective earned run average, 3 38 while Cincinnati was at the other' end of the scale with 448 Ooldfield Downs Kanawha Goldf ield—T h e Goldfield high school basketball team won its 5th game in 6 starts by defeating Kanawha here 41-34. Larry £ r 155* counted 21 points to lead CJoldfield. fan Keiti in - Katfieruc mp^lgi^lipPPPBCT^^o^f rjiKf ) mmm. ;• w •^•mv^i* MH^vrvK 1 ^•iBBV^MV'jIMIK Prited ari Binttd by del I. MiNi • A hryMMt hMtnt AIM Haft •GeoritBvbJtr M*b|H Lm • Pedro De fadofaa Pon't Miss This Spectacular Film!! Fight Results By The Associated Presi S«n Fr»ncl 5co _p a t Valentino. Fr««cJ,co, ouepolnted Alh.rt t »" Anire1 "- «•. Pep, 180, K.rtford, Cohn ^^ - — - • to Be Better This Season By JAMES F, HUGHES Madison, Wis., (U.R) — Although none of the "experts" seem to agree Coach Bud Foster thinks his Wisconsin basketball team is potentially a better crew than last r%V Utf /u Which fi nished tied r 3rd m the Big Nine "But the trouble with that " ° r ad " is that mos * ^ the Cook, Mills Missing Foster has 10 returning letter^ ",'i bUt , l a , S lost Bobb y Cook, the deadly little sharpshooter who holds most of the all-time Wisconsin scoring records. Also lost through graduation were Big Ed Mills, who alternated at first string - an d 3 other lettermen who see a lot of action. Five veterans have held down he starting spots during preseason games with 10 capable re serves, all with either varsity or ' The squad has height, shooting rinS 3nd a , lot of fi ^' but still doesn't operate as smoothly as it """ "•'-"-• - ,. ,, ------ probably will after a few more Depend on Rehfeldt Wisconsin's performance d e - pends mainly on its bis center fl-foot-6 Don Rehfeldt. He shareS the job with Mills last yo ar and , " --- ••>• has developed a nand hook shot to go with n?s potent southpaw hook and is virtually unstoppable on a good night. But Rehfeldt blows hot and cold on the hardwood and unless Foster can keep him fired up Wisconsin will have tough going ™ e . number 2 offensive threat h?H yf WlU , be Fre?1 Schneider buily forward who stands 6-foot- o n< L_ eS . f weighs 205 Pounds. o_u__..., an aggressi y e re _ has a good shot and by Doug Rogers and Bob Mader a pair of speedy 6-foot-1 veterans Mader is the best shotmaker of the 2 but both are good under the boards and tops on defense. Jim Moore, a 6-foot-4-irich 210 pounder, will be the number one handyman again. Last year he performed well at forward, center and guard and probably will see a lot of action at center behind Rehfeldt this season He is a bit slow afoot, but is a Hood scrapper. MITCHELL INDIES WIN 6TH STRAIGHT CONTEST Mitchell—The Mitchell 1 pendent basketball team won l, rm ' s left forward spot, his favorite position. Larry Pokrzywinski, a veteran teamed with Schneider in §5 early games, but in ah exhibition game Dec. 17, Pokrzywinski suf- ered a recurrence of an old knee injury and was, benched for the season, Foster probably will replace him with .either Dale Bowers, a former Rookford, 111 star who was on the junior varsity ast year, or with Jack Wise, who played as a freshman in 194^ then dropped out of school until this " 6th straight victory Monday nlrfrt by snowing under the Rlceville Indies 72-27 after a 36-11 halftime advantage. Wendell Larsen paced the winners with 23 points. Get Up Tired Out? "Draggy»AltDay Worn-out by Night? lhaak Open .Wednesday and Thursday Evenings 'Til 9 GREETINGS At this happy time of the year it is our great pleasure to extend to one and all sincere wishes for a joyous Yuletide., Masters Brothers Chiropractors^ It's the DOBBS FOR CHRISTMAS Presents of mind . .. give Dobbs invitation gift certificates. 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