Mason City Globe-Gazette 6 Feb 1935

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Mason City Globe-Gazette 6 Feb 1935 - LOSE IN CLOSING SECONDS (Continued From Sport...
LOSE IN CLOSING SECONDS (Continued From Sport race) nounced in the Mason City ranks, for the Trojans failed to find the ring at any time during the quarter No. 3. Visitors Lead at Half. · Baker hooped the ball from the corner and Mueller boosted a shot over the edge of the basket carry the score to an Emmetsburg advantage at the half, 9 to missed a free throw for Mason City during the period, and that as close as the Trojans came scoring. · The third quarter saw Mason City a comfortable enough margin, Gilpin opening with a one-hanaer from a corner, and Ryan adding a shot a bit later. Herbener and also connected on free chances getween the two goals. Her- following his own long attempt, tipped up short goal, and then added a free throw, while Gilpin got a pair of charity baskets to 19 points for Mason City. Out In Front. One of the clean swishers that brings a whoop from the cash customers was scored for Herbener as shot from midcourt, and Ryan caged a free toss to bring the Trojan to 22 at the gun. In the mean Baker had sunk a pair o goals, Sullivan a pair of free throws Muller had connected out of to run the Emmetsburg count to 17. With the third period taken can the Trojan attack lagged bad ]y. Cy Kopecky, in at guard aftci Johnny Carrol! had been waved U showers with 4 personal foula the board for a long from center, and Gilpin and .Smith added free throws to gain 26 points Mason City. Without a Contest. At the same time, Baker, Sulli van and Thacker had been busy a free throw line, with Sullivan getting a pair. Baker had also hung the ball in the strings neatly a short angle, and the visi tors' total was 23 points. Thacker made it 25 in short order, with a goal, and the Trojan defense went into a trance while Mueller wandered under the goal without any opposition to shoot in the twenty-seventh counter. Gilpin put hope back into the hearts of the home fans with a throw to tie the score, but Beck sent the Trojan stock down a second later with a sweet goal that slipped through from the right He chose to clash with rw- a moment after, and wen! to the sidelines on fouis, while the Cityaa made the free throw awarded. Cornell close from the right corner, Herbener was stopped by Baker as he followed the ball under the goal, and given a free throw, making the home folks happy by plunking it in to tie the at 29 r°i nts - with lesa . tban a minute remaining, "Merriwell" Baker tossed the ball from the left center, watched it bounce on the ring, and saw the leather drop through for the 31 to 29 margin. It was simple for Thacker and Ketchen to stall, just over the center line, until a few seconds remained. One more offensive sally by the visitors ended as Mueller ·went outside under the basket just before the gun. Chickasaw

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