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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, DECEMBER 19 • 1936 NINE MOHAWK WRESTLERS WIN, CAGERS LOSE NEW YORK CLUB PLANS TO OPEN ROOKIE SYSTEM Giants Will Get Talent in Poor Defense ; Hands Cage Scrap to Waterloo Squad *West Leads 16-2 at End of First Half; M. C. Down Went M'Ginty MASON CXTY- Shots f; Wallace f . Cookman f Fletcher f-c Huff f Stoccker e ,. Hepner c ... Wood i Rruner f ... McKr.nsy g . j Gorman r . . i \VATLTtLOO ULS'r — ::x : Shi.ls I I oic-on f ; : (.illcv t .-. : Schrock f ii Miller f :: Marine f I I .Martin r. II ;' jiallard r ....... '* I Brecunicr K ...... 1'I Reed f I ( Burton Totals :>7 Score by quarter:,: Waterloo West Mason City BIG Waterloo West \Valcrloo East 1'ort Dodce Waterloo West :',*; MASON CITY Waterloo East :!'i: Fort Dodrc ''t. GAMES JAN. S -MASON CITY at Waterloo f.n-t. Waterloo West at Fort Dodjrr. Bunch of Minor Clubs, Like Card Plan. NEW YORK, (f,— Add ihe New York Giants to the baseball clubs going in for the -chain store" business in a big way. Following the examples -,•;' Ine S'.. Louis Cardinals, iho iirst L»s iiperators, and the Ne.v "York Yankees, Cincinnati Reds and Boston Red So;;, Horace Sione- ham, young president of Ihe . Giants, has decided to develop a j string of small clubs long enough to develop some major league talent. Negotiations are well under way for the purchase of the Albany International league club and its transfer to Jersey City, a red hot baseball center for years. Stoneham and Joe Cambria, Albany owner, have not yet agreed on the purchase price, but the last big barrier otherwise was removed Friday when the New York Yan- j MASON CITY^^ kees said they would not object to the transfer. YANKS WON'T ARGUE The Yanks own the Newark club of the International loop and would stand on territorial rights, sinee Jersey Cily is within Newark's 10 mile limit. However, Ed Barrow, general manager of ttic Yankees, said "the more good baseball around New York the better," pointing out the natural rivalry between the New Jersey cities would be revived. Stoneham plans to make Jersey City the "key" club of a chain of six or seven minor league outfits. "I don't know how long it will take, but I want to get three class D clubs, two in class C leagues and one or two class A teams. The problem is to get men to run them, but I'm convinced this is the only way to produce players for the Giants." The Memphis Southern association club, in Manager Bill Terry's home town, has been reported as one of the clubs under consideration. BACK TO OLD SITE Jersey City held a franchise in the International until 1923, when the club was transferred \o Syracuse, largely because the old Jersey City park was inadequate. Now Stoneham has obtained j "through friendship between my I father and Mayor Hague of Jer- j sev City"' an option to use the new municipal stadium. This is expected to be ready for use April 15. A few weeks ago Cambria was said to be ready to take S25.000 for the Albany franchise but since Larry MacPhail, former general manager of the 'Rcds._has been the ft ftm o n 3 Pts. 0 4 y 5 0 0 II II '*<> 10 Officials: \Vhilford, I. S. T. C.: Braden. Hits Long Ones^ By DAVE KAUFMAN (Staff Representative) WATERLOO—Bombarding Mason City defensive lines heavily from start to finish, the Waterloo West Wahawks won a Big Four conference game here Friday night 38 to 22. Only in the final minutes of play, when the Old | Rose shock troops were in the j trenches, did the Mohawks suc- i ceed in piercing the tight Water' loo defense. There was no Mason City defense in the first half—and very little offense, as Capt. Everett Fletcher's one- handed shot from the corner seconds before ihe buzzer ended the half saved the Mo-' tfawks the humiliation of a shutout h a 1 f lime score, the tally being 16 to 2 for the Wall a w k s as the teams went to FLETCHER their dressing rooms. Coach Glen "Shrimp" Strobridge's team is a well balanced quintet with some great marksmen on it, but there is no escaping the fact that the absence of a Mohawk defense aided materially in the Waterloo victory. The Mason Cityans would make futile attempts to score and before they could recover the ball Waterloo West's fast-breaking five would be down the court to sink a basket. Lead 6-0 at Quarter. „. „_,.-.,. ,,, ,. . , The first quarter ended v/ith CLARION—\\restlmg its two Waterloo West leading 6 to 0, the last years state champions out of Grimsleymen being completely weight, Clarion thoroughly baffled by a very businesslike trounced the E.-igle Grove mat Wahawk zone defense. Kenneth squad in a n.cot here Friday GAZETTE SPORTS FOUR STA.vniXGs \V. L. n I Pel. I.(100 1.0(10 .(MM 1 . .000 CLARION TAKES MAT CONTESTS Cowboys Ride Eaglets, Wm 30-8 in Dual Matches on Home Matting. going into over- m a night, 30-8. State champions. Bell and Morford, both wresled men their superior in weight, with each coming through with a decision: the Morford match time periods, The experienced Clarion grap- plcrs were as a team far superior to the inexperienced Eaglets, but every match was well contested. THE SUMMARY: So — McOllough tC* clecisioned Mersch (E). '->'> — Bell <C» deciMoned Ruleman (E). Itlo — T. Prehm (E) threw Dvitscher (C). Hi— McOlloueh (C) threw C. JPcehm (S) 123 — Blackmail (C) threw Banks 'E). l£i — Armour (C) decisioned Lmslcad (E). Mo — Morford <C> decision, overtime periods, over Mickclsou (E). !.",.» — Sharp (C) deci>ioned lludpins HA— Campbell (O threw r'nlktlahl Heavy — Martin i£) tlccisioncd Evans (K), (C). «_; Dubuque Mat Contest bidding against the Giants ~asking price has jumped to S60.- 000. Stoneham said however, he I (^ re sCO High WlttS in expected to close the deal Tues- | «-• day. j _ ,, o , CRESCO—Cresco high school Algona tortee bhop Has Top of League ALGONA—In another week of bowling at the Algona bowling league the Coffee Shop took a step to the top. The Flowers and Farmers are tied for second place with the Phillips 66 team in third place. THE STANDINGS. W. I,. Pet. Coffee Shop '« '• -<™. Flowers ;• * • ^ Farmer!. u * •'"•' Phillips B5 !• * -™> Court Hou-se Fearless Five Hurt "Luverne in 1C If defeated Dubuque by a 31 to U score on the local mat Friday evening. The visitors won three decisions while Cresco took five falls and t'vo decisions. THE SUMMARY X.",—Tuttlc (C} decisioned Vosberf (U), 1)5—Kanavas (D) deeisioned BUI Meyer (C), 10."—Keutlinter (C) tlireiv Caslcel (D), 115—McOlioush (Cl threw C. Prcbm (E). l-i—Nicks (U) deeisioned Price (Cl. 135—Cuehak (C) threw Danncr (D), :20. 1-ir—Licktier, (C) threw Enjrel (D), :):I7. t."—Pape deeisioned Thaycr (C). llil—Brojhammer 1C) threw Weitz (D), 1:11. ^ Heavy—Qurrl (C) threw Mans (D). 1:00. Referee: D. C. Bartelma (.Minnesota). Riceville High Wins Osage High Cagers in and Loses in _^ . Battle Northeast Loop Fight R1CEV1LLE — Riceville high nlvcd a double basketball bill •ith Chester at. the Riceville audi- NASHUA—Osage high school's I lonum Friday tailing the first basketball team won a Northeast, string game 43 to 15 and losing Iowa conference game here Fri-j the second 13 to 12. Superior ball day night, defeating the local j handling gave Eiceville an early squad 23 to 14, after grabbing a i lead which was not threatened n't 17 to 3 lead at the half. Scaton, Osage guard, and Norman, Nashua center, shared the scoring honors with seven points each. The local reserves also lost. 37 to 11, otter Trailing 20 to 2 at the half. an.y lime during the game. Riceville controlled the tipoff and exhibited a much tighter defense than did Chester, which was handicapped by Jack of reserves. Floyd High Wins in Two Basket Battles! _,.^ _. , , . . , . , high school defeated Forest City, YLO\D— Floyd high school de- holdins the ]ead -„, nf 1h . ' j Northwood High Has i ^j Edge in Cage Scrap FOREST CITY — Northwood fcated Marble Rock in two basketball games here Friday night, winning the first team contest 19 to 16 as Thomas and Rivers scored seven and four points to lead the attack. The local reserves won 17 to 8. holding the lead most of the way, in a North Iowa conference basketball game Friday night. The Oleson and Len Shrock accounted for the Waterloo goals, Oleson sinking while Shock plunked in the other field shot. Waterloo West's victory parade was under way in earnest in the second heat, the home team piling up a 16 to 2 lead as the half ended. Fletcher's solitary goal ended a 15-minute scorin_ drought, the basket coming 10 seconds before half-time. Mason City came out for the second half with a revived offense, although its defense was still lacking fire, the Wahawks breaking through for 10 counters to increase their score while the Mohawks tallied 8 points to tral 26 to 10 as the third quarter ended. An extremely dull, uninteresting game became an interesting one for a moment as the Wahawk reserves entered the field of action and Mason City finally began hitting the basket. Fire at Long- Kanje. However, even the West reserves had a tight defense around their goal and most of the Mohawk baskets came from long range territory. Bob Cookman fired in two beauties from the middle of, the court and Leland Huff snared another long one to give Mason City a fairly respectable total of 22 to Waterloo West's 38 as the game finally came to an end. It was .a well deserved victory for the home boys who were always alert, aggressive and quick to take advantage of the Mason City weaknesses. Lack of spirit for three quarters on the part of the Mohawks made it a disappointing game for the 900 spectators who crowded the West high gym for the opening Big Fuur conference game of the season in Waterloo. WAHAWK SOPHOMORES WIN BY 22-IS SCORE In the opening game of the evening, the Wahawk sophomores made it a completely victorious night for the Waterloo cage teams by outpointing the Mason City sophs 22 to 18. Hall and Tabach looked best for the winning combination, Major and Lien pacing the sophomore Mohawks. DIZ DEAN LOVES CARDS, IF PRICE IS HIGH ENOUGH Latest Assertion Is That He'll Join Club for Spring Training. BRADENTON, Fla., (/P)—Jerome Herman .(Dizzy) Dean had a good word for the St. Louis Cardinals Saturday and an expression of surprise that Branch Rickey had called him the ttam's "if." The Cardinal's general manager was quoted as saying "if" Dizzy were satisfied to pitch the team should win the pennant next year, what with Lon Warneke and other pitching strength. The statement was based on the supposition Dizzy would not be traded. UJ2 GIVES HIS ALL The Dean said he never was aware he was dissatisfied with the Cardinals, and added he certainly is no "if." "The record of my work shows I gave everything I had " at all times to the Cardinal ball club and fans," he said. "And I'll tell you and the world I'd rather be in St. Louis than anywhere else." Ole Diz' then launched into th reason for his latest affray will the team's head men: His assertion he would not go to Daytons Beach to train with the rest p the team but would work out in Bradenton. IF THERE'S CASH He's changed that' slightly now If salary arrangements are right ie said, he will report to Daytona Dizzy has quoted $100,000 as the right salary arrangement for next :eason. "I want you and everyone to mow my reason for making the statement objecting to Daytona Beach as the training site," he Cage Scores HIGH SCHOOL Waterloo West 38-22; MASON CITY 22-18. Waterloo East 32; Fort Dodfe 21. Riceville 43-12; Chester 15-13. Otrinto 25-19; Mclntlre 17-3. Clear Lake 23-11; Lake Hills 18-10, Acltley 28-7; Traer 15-11. ApllnrtoB 15-10; Allison "-&. Bclmond 28-20; Garner 23-11. Cbapin S7-29-4; Alexander 7-31-2. Northwood 30; Forest City 28. Goodell 30-2(i; Woden S3-19. Hampton 2G; Eijle Grove IS. Wcilsburz IIS: Hampton ''a (£irls>. Buffalo Center '-13; Britt IS. Nora Springs 12; Mitchell III. Nora Springs 14; Manly 12 (girb). Floyd l!>-17; Marble Rock 16-X. Klemmc 4II-28; Crystal Lake 18-S. Osajic 23-37; Nashua 1-l-U. lUkc .'il-17; Leland 19-31). v Hansell 24-18-20; Sheffield 22-19-5. Waverly 23; Charles City 2). St. Cecilia's (Algona) 20; Corpn" Christ! (Fort Doiijrc) 23. Webster City 20; Franklin (Cedar Rapids) 18. Presentation (Whittemore) 25-~; Si. Mary's (EmmctMburgr) 22-14. JUNJOE COLLEGE Red Oak 35; Osceola 33. Fort Dodge 43; Creston 18. Northwestern (Oranjre City) 42; Emmetsburg- 37. Chariton 30: Centerville 28. Burlington 3G: Albla 3,'i. COLLEGE Denver 36; Iowa State 31. Cornell 42; St. Ambrose 22. Waterloo Cagers to Play on Local Catholic Courts i: 0ur Lady of Victory Set to Invade Floor Here in Sunday Scraps. said. "I never had a home until I worked and bought one. I love my home and want to stay in it as much as possible. I selected Bradenton as a home site because the Cardinal training camp was here and I felt that buying a home here would give me more time in it." Aplington High Wins Two County Tussles ALLISON—Allison high school lost to Aplington in two basketball games Friday night, the first squad taking a 15 to 7 decision after a close half game, which saw Allison lead 6 to 5. The local team scored a single point in the last half. Schoeneman led Aplington with seven points while the Allison scoring was evenly divided. The local reserves lost their first game in five to the visiting squad, 10 to 9. Wally Gaddis Stays Behind as Iowa Goes Reason? He's Proud Dad Now as Daughter Is Born on Saturday Morning. IOWA CITY, (JP)— Mrs. Wally Gaddis, wife of the University o"f Iowa's star basketball forward Saturday morning was the mother of an 8-pound, 3% ounce baby girl. The baby was born at 5:17 o'clock Saturday morning as Wally paced the corridor in a local hospital. His team mates were en- route to St. Louis, Mo., for a game tonight against Washington university. Wally will join the team in time for Monday night's contest against James Millikin university at Decatur, 111. Mother, father and child were reported in "fine" condition. Charles City Loses in Waverly Contest WAVERLY—The Charles City 'omets, trailing 18 to 9 at the end of the third period in their game vith the Waverly Go-Hawks there ^riday night, put on a 12 point coring spree in the final quarter, 'Ut lost 23 to 21. Maurice Meurer JOE AND LOU IN TOP SPOT WITH NEW YORK CLUB Youngster, Veteran Smash Records Right and Left in American League. CHICAGO, (#) —A youngster playing his first season in the "big time" and a veteran of more than 1,800 games were brilliant teammates and co-stars of the 19B6 American league baseball campaign. The official circuit statistics on records broken and tied during the last season, released Saturday, show why Joe Di Maggio, rookie outfielder with the New York Yankees, deserved ranking as one of the most brilliant first year men ever to crash the major league ranks. They also reflected the proficiency of the veteran Yankee first sacker, Lou Gehrig, an established star of many seasons. Di Maggio played a big part in lelping the powerful Yankees break or tie 31 records during. Ihe season. He was ens of five players on the same team—the others were Gehrig, Tony Lazzeri, Bil Dickey and George Selkirk—to drive, in 100 or more runs during a single season for a new major '-•ague mark. His potent bat lelped his team establish 12 major Irague marks. In the world series, In which New York broke 17 and tied 10 world records, Di Maggio made two hits in one inning to tie a record, tied with Red Rolfe for most times at bat in one game, six, and made the most putoutff by an outfielder in a single inning, three, to tie another series mark. He also made 18 putouts to tie a six game series record. Gehrig. who has played in 1,308 games, made 400 or more total bases for a fifth time for a new major league standard. He'drove in 100 or more runs for his eleventh straight year to tie Al Simmons' mark. PROBABLE LINEUPS HOLT FAMILY O. L. V. A. O. Zlefler .......... F Darner Vega F Quinn Muche C Duffy Murphy G Girscli, Mulvcnill Cavaiisuc-h G Gorman H. Ziegler ST. .lOSEPH'S 0. L. V. A Coyle .F Darag Colloton F ,,, Quinn Madden C Duffy Cross G Girscl Peterson G Gorman Mulveh.il TIME: Sunday, 2:3n. 7:30 o'clock. PLACE: Holy .Family (afternoon). Si Joseph's (night). EAST HIGH GOES DOWN AS TOUGH LOCALS WIN ONE Four Falls, Four Decisions Provide Edge for M. C. in League Tussle. Rake Girls Lose in First Court Tussle RAKB—Rake high school's girls lost their first basketball game or the Comets, was high scorer this season when Leland won 30 to vith four field goals and one char;y toss, while Chestnut for Wav- rly, starred with three feld goals nd three free oue^. Klemme High Wins in League Game at Home KLEMME — Klemme high school's cagers won a Seven Eagles conference game from Crystal Lake here Friday night, 40 to 18. Ray Jorgenson caged 16 points to pace the home team." The local reserves won 28 to 8. Hampton High Wins and Loses in Game HAMPTON — Hampton high school's boys defeated Eagl? Grove 26 to 13 in a North Central conference basketball game here j the boys reserve team taking a 4 Friday night. The local girls lost: to 2 decision, while the visiting to Wellsburg 33 to 25 as Thorn- first squad won 27 to 7. The Alex- ten led the home six. • I ander girls won 34 to 29. 16 to 15 al the half, 24 to 20 at the end of the third period, and 30 to 29 at the end. Neither team w?s ever more than four points ahead as the lead changed hands. Northwestern Victor in Jaysee Cage Game E M M E T S B URG — In a fast Northwest conference game here Friday night, Northwestern junior college of Orange City upset Em- mctsburg 42 to 37, after getting away to a 23 to 16 lead at the half. The score was knotted at 37! 37 in. the final period. Firkins led Emnnctsburg with 13 points and Russ Kraai led the visitors with 17. Belmond Wins Court Tussle With Gamer BELMOND —The Belmond Broncos defeated Garner here Friday in two games, winning 20 fo 11 and 28 to 23. Dean Peterson and Jacoboson led the teams with 10 points each. The German Valley academy was to play here Saturday evening, coming to the local court from Illinois. Buffalo Center Takes' Fourth Fight of Year BUFFALO CENTER — Buffalo Center high school won its fourth basketball game here Friday night, 43 to 18, from Britt, after grabbing a 15 to 7 lead at the half. Kopp and Smith looked best for the Bison, while Mullen led Britt. Garnant and Geiger New County Agent for Mitchell OSAGE—C. W. Shaw, who has been the county agent in Mitchell county since Martin Fabricius resigned about six months .ago, has given up his position and has no definite future plans. His succes- cessor is Alvin Geiger of Fayette who for the past two years has been in charge of Boys' club work in Fayette county. 17 here Friday night. The Rake boys defeated Leland's squad, 31 to 19. Mason City's Catholic high schools face another full Sunday this week-end, when they take the basketball court with the fast- moving Our Lady of Victory academy team from Waterloo as their opposition. The Waterloo squac will be met in another aftemoon- night doubleheader on the local floors. Sacred Heart's Cardinals, who came from Waterloo last Sunday, broke even in Mason City, beating St. Joseph's by 29 to 16 in the afternoon section of the program, and losing 32 to 18 to Holy Family at night. The squad that conies here this Sunday has an even more impressive record than the team that represented Waterloo last weekend, including a last-minute, 31 to 30 victory over Sacred Heart. Pete Girsch, veteran guard, tossed a free throw with 10 seconds remaining to win the game. Paul Mulvehill, who appeared here with the Waterloo lads in seasons past, may not see a great deal of action, since a torn leg ligament kept him out of O. L. V. A.'s last contest. Both local squads will put their best defensive men on Bob Damge, sharpshooting forward, who has led his team in every appearance this season. BIG FOUR STANDINGS W. t. Pet. MASON CITY 1 n Waterloo East 0 1 Waterloo West fl (I Fort Dod;e Cl 0 FRIDAY RESULT MASON CITY :!•-': Waierioo Ea«l MATCH JAN. ±! Fort nodye at MASON CITY. LOOT ,OM .Otm .0(10 Knights Win Contest at Ellsworth's Court IOWA FALLS, W—Wartburg college stretched a 15 to 14 halftime lead into a 41 to 33 victory over Ellsworth Junior college here Friday night. I CYCLONES LOSE DENVER BATTLE Rocky Mountain Team Has Even Break in Four Iowa Contests. AMES, (ff)—Inactive until il faces another Rocky Mountain conference foe, Utah university, on Dec. 30, the Iowa State college basketball team disbanded for the Christmas holidays, after dropping a 36 to 31 decision to Denver university here Friday night. Opening strong, the Cyclones scored seven points befor the Pioneers were able to make an offensive thrust, but wilted in the second quarter and the half ended 14 to 14. The victory gave the barnstorming Coloradoans an even break in the state, having also beaten Simpson, while losing to Drake and Iowa. Nora Springs Wins in Conference Cage Test NORA SPRINGS—Nora Springs high school won a Twin River conference basketball game here Friday night, defeating Mitchell 12 to 10. The local girls defeated Manly in a close 14 to 12 contest. Goodell High Winner wJ in Conference Fight WODEN—Goodell high school's first team defeated Woden 30 to 23 in a Seven Eagles conference basketball game here Friday night, the visiting reserves also winning, 26 to 19. Chapin High Wins in Two Alexander Tests ALEXANDER — Chapin high school won two basketball games out of three here Friday night. Otranto Cagers Take Three Tests at Home OTRANTO—Otranto high school defeated Mclntire <25 to 17 in a first team basketball game here, also winning a second team contest, 19 to 3. The local junior high team beat Riceville .20 to 8. Ackley High Wins in Conference Cage Mix ACKLEY—Ackley high school defeated Traer 28 to 15 in an Iowa-Cedar conference basketball game here Friday, Kurth and Cobie leading the attack with 10 and Crystal Lake Indies Win in Third Tussle CRYSTAL LAKE—The Crysla Lake Merchants won their thirc game in as many starts when they downed Wesley on the home floor by 39 to 22. The Merchants play Hayfield here Wednesday night. Coe Wins Finale of Pre-Holiday Scrap CEDAR RAPIDS, (IP)— The Co college basketball team closed it pre-hohday schedule "Friday nigh with a 36 to 34 victory over Grin nell, its fifth straight win and th second over the Pioneers. The Ko aawks' next engagement is witl Ripon Jan. 15. Sheffield High Wins Over Hansell's Aces SHEFFIELD — Hansell higl school's girls' third place team in the state last season, were defeated for the first time this year in high school competition when Sheffield won 19 to 18 here Friday night. The Hansell boys took a 24 to 22 decision in an overtime period, and the Hansel! reserves won 20 to 5. Rodman High Wins in Eighth Game of Year RODMAN—Rodman high school defeated Wesley 44 to 11 on the latter's court for its eighth win in as many starts this season. Barber was high for Rodman with 11 points. The Rodman girls lost 42 to 35. Mat Results nine points. The lost 14 to 7. local reserves HIGH SCHOOL MASON CITY 33: Waterloo Easl B. Clarion 31); Carle Grove 8. Crcjco 31; Dubuque a. Osaie :,1; Mew Hampton 21. Bowling CITY LEAGUE SCHEDULE Sunday Games. 1:13 O'clock. Alleys 1-2— Hermanson Bros. Dairy vs. Tyler- Ryan Furniture. 3-1—Decker's Plant vs. Golden Glow. 5-C—Maple Inn vs. Decker's Office. -8—Open. 3:45 O'clock. J-2—Stoddard's vs. Old Timers. il-4—Moose Lodre vs. Hugh Davey and Son. B-0—Cottaje Grill-Blue Ribbon vi. Koiy Korner. 7-»—Open. / NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE Monday Games. Alleys 1-3—Open. 3-1—Huj-h Davey and Son vs. Koiy Knr- ner. •n—Old Timers vs. Coltaje Grill-Blue Ribbon. •H—Stoddard's vs. Mnosc Lodpr, Tuesday Games. 1-2—Open. 1-1—Golden Glow vs. Decker'* Office. '"C —Tyler-Ryan Furniture vs. Maple Inn. "•*—Hermanson Bros. Dairy vt. Decker': Plant. Fort Dodge Jaysees Win Creston Tussle CRESTON, (JP) — Fort Dodge junior college easily defeated the Creston junior college basketball team, 43 to 18, here Friday night. Clear Lake Wins in Lake Mills Cage Mix LAKE MILLS—Clear Lake high school defeated Lake Mills in a second-half thriller, 23 to 18. Murphy and Jensen scored the winning points in the last three minutes, after the squads had battled through most of the period tied at 17-17. The Lions led 15 to 5 at the half, but Lake Mills spurted in the early third period to tie the score. The Lion reserves won 11 to 10, Blackey scoring nine points for the local team. Around the Courts Stoecker Loses Heavy Test, Cyclones Scrap to Beat Northwestern EVANSTON, 111., (/P)—Winning the first five matches, the Iowa State wrestling team defeated Northwestern university's grapplers 21 to 11 here Friday. Three of the Iowa State victories were by falls, while the Wildcats, gained but one match by fall. In the feature event, DeWitt Gibson, Adel, Iowa, captain of the Northwestern squad, downed Al Stoecksr, Iowa State heavyweight, in 4:20. WATERLOO — Mason City wrestlers served notice to the Big Four conference that they will be in the thick of the fight for loop honors by giving the green Waterloo East mat- men a 32 to 6 lesson here Friday. The Mohawks won four fails and four decisions while the Trojans mail- aged a pair of decisions. Don L e a k e, Mason. City h e a v yweight. pinned Earl Huggins, East 240 pounder, in RUMELIOTE one of the best matches of the evening, while Tom Rumeliote, who won the state championship in the 145 pound class, for the Mohawks last year, threw Don Young in one minute 50 seconds of fast action for the quickest fall o!E the evening. Another fast match saw Irvin Kressly, East 95 pound champion last season, win tile nod over Cecil VIott. Although both are veterans, "t was the first time they had met. Orin Thompson, undefeated Mason City 125 pounder, kept his record clear by w>aiing a decision over Einar Lindholm, rugged East entry. THE SUMMARY US—Kultler (E^decisionul Johnson fM). 95—Wilter (M) threw I.jnn (E), 5:00, bar arm and half nelson. or,—Kressley (E) dccisioned Molt (M). •Lccwrichl (M) decisioned Kinfs- bur.v. (E). O. Thompson (M) dethroned Lind- liolm (E). 135—C*!icchi» (M) threw Griffith (E), •1:30, body press. 143—J. Thompson (M) decisioned Bals- campftr (E). J55— Anderson (M) decisioned Smith (E). 165— Rumeliote (M) threw Younr (E), 1:50. jack-knife. Heavy—Leike (M) threw Hu«iii$ (E). 3:40, rolling fall. •TIE ON MAT. DBS MOINES, (/P)—The Des Moines Y. M. C. A. and Cornell college wrestling teams grappled to a 16 to 1G tie here Friday night. ARMY OF SPORTSMEN Mori" than 6,000,0001'hunting and fishing licenses are issued annually in the United States and at least the same number fish without licenses. Watches ASK RAY SENEY Notre Dame Pulls in . Biggest Cage Crowe CHAMPAIGN, 111., (JP)— Notn Dame's basketball team will mee Illinois' before the first sell-ou' crowd here since the 1932 Purdue game. All tickets for the game \vere_ sold at least a day in advance of the tilt for the first time since the gymnasium. seating 7.000, was built in 1924. ' ALBIA LOSES. BURLINGTON, OP) — Burling,on Junior college scored a thrill- ng 36 to 35 over Albia Junior col- ege here Friday night. LOYOLA WINS. CHICAGO, (JP)— Loyola univer- ity scored an easy 41 to 18 vic- ory over the Columbia college 'asketball team of Dubuque, Iowa, here Friday night. RED OAK WINS. RED OAK, (ff)— Red Oak junior ollege nosed out the Osceola jun- or college basketball team, 35 to 3, here Friday night. CHAKITON WINS. CHARITON, (&)— After trailing 6 to 12 at the half, Chariton jun- or college, came back to upset enterville junior college, 30 to 28 ere Friday night Whittemore Wins Go With St. Mary Five WHITTEMORE — Presentation acz;demy of Whittemore defeated St Mary's of Emmetsburg, 25 to 22, coming from behind at the half when the visitors led 12 to 10, in a basketball game Friday night. Tom Farrell led the attack. The local reserves lost 14 to 7, after trailing 9 to 3 £t the half. Bob Gangler led the home squad, and Harold Brodigan Mary's. paced St. Cornell Cagers Win Over Saint Hoopers MOUNT VERNON, Led by Captain Hugo Birkhahn, the Cornell college cagers defeated St. Ambrose, 42 to 22, here Friday night to avenge an earlier defeat at the hands of the Saints. Starter Generator and IGNITION SERVICE CENTRAL AUTO ELECTRIC CO. J3 First SU S. W. Phone 41U CORONA MAX BOYD L. C. Smith i Corona Typewriter! HIE. SUte SI- Mason City, Iowa

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