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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, DECEMBER 21 • 1936 THIRTEEN .UNBEATEN DAVENPORT PREPS PLAY HERE PURDUE CAGERS ROAR WAY INTO LEAGUE SCRAPS Ward Lambert's Five Wins in Four Pre-Season Cage Tussles. By EARL HILLIGAN CHICAGO, (/<?)—Purdue's Boilermakers apparently will roar into the Big Ten basketball title race under a full head of steam. Coach Ward Lambert's team has won four "tune-up" contests, getting the fourth victory Saturday night over De_ Paul university's classy aggregation. It was the stiffest test thus far for the Boilermakers and the manner in which they came from behind tc take a 53 to 45 decision indicated they will be standout favorites to grab at least a part of the championship they shared with Indiana last season. The battle, bitterly fought from the opening tip-oiV, was deadlocked nine times, Purdue cracking the last tie to go into a 46 to 44 lead with five minutes to play. I Illini Beat Irish. Illinois' title stock rose sharply as the result of a 44 to 29 lacing the Illini handed Notre Dame. Louis Boudreau, sophomore forward, scored six field goaU and six free throws, while another first year man, Tom Nesbii,, scov- cd four times from the field. Illinois led 40 to 14 at the half-time and the Irish had little success until the final minutes, when Coach "Gag" Mills pulled his regulars. Wisconsin, paced by Hod Pow, ell, continued on the undefeated ' road by trouncing Maixjuette. 35 to 29. Powell made seven field goals and a pair of charity attempts as the Badgers turned in their fourth consecutive win over ! the Hilltoppers in two seasons. Northwestern Wins. Northwestern won its fourth straight game, defeating Western State of Michigan, 38 to 26. Mike McMichael, veteran Wildcat forward, bagged five field goals and one free throw.- Chicago, with Bub Fitzgerald ' getting six baskets, downed Armour Tech 33 to 18, while Minnesota, previous defeated by North Dakota State, wen', down before Kansas State. 37 to 36. ! Indiana successfully opened an eastern tns> by defeating Manhattan 42 to" 34 in New York, Ken Gunning sinking five field goals, and two free tosses. Iowa came ( from behind to down Washington , university of St. Louis, 42 to 35. j Dizzy Dean to Join Spring School Staff MUSCATINE. (.?>) — Ray L. Doan of Muscatine announced the signing of Dizzy Dean, St. Louis Cardinal pitcher, as an instructor at his annual baseball school at Hot Springs, Ark., Feb. 15 to April 1. The coaching staff will also include Rogers Horasby. St. Louis Browns manager, and Lew Fonseca. Tuesday Fight to See Moon's Cagers Battle Davenport Adds to String of Wins Friday; Gets Clinton Victory. PROBABLE LINEUPS MOHAWKS DAVENPORT GRIMSLEY .... Coach MOON Fletcher F SUsel Huff F Maas Gorman ......C. Daurer McKcnzy O Dohse Wood G .. Bender TIME. 8:. V .CP. Tuesday nicht. PI.ACC: Masun City hisili schnnl. OFFICIAL. 1 ;: J» W. ".Munn" Whitiord H. S. T. C.), Karl Hass (Grinnell). SPORTS H. F. Wins, Johawks Lose in Thriller i;** »*****#*"*******#*****» Ann Casey St. Joseph's Queen Clarksville Winner in Two Prep Scraps CLARKSVILLE—Clark* v i 1 1 e high school defeated Shell Rock in two games, winning a reserve contest 24 to 14, and going on to take a first x team same, 35 to 19. The entire first team performed well, while Hayney led the reserves with 12 points. Ledyard High Wins in Lakota Court Contest LEDYARD—The Ledyard high school Panthers won a double basketball victory from Lakota there. The local girls won 52 to 27, as Lloyd led the attack, while the boys won 34 to 26, overcoming a Lakota lead at the half. Blome led the scoring, with Walters pacing Lakota. Those devils are coming back! And, because this newspaper is edited for the home, let us hasten to explain that it's those Blue Devils from Davenport high school that we're talking about. They'll be here Tuesday night, rotund Paul Moon and his squad, for a game with Mason City's Mohawks. The place is the high school gymnasium, and the hour is 8:30—and judging from the turnout that packed 'em in clear to the rafters last i season, y o u' d best come early and grab a seat. A record that has yet to include a defeat •—that's what iDavenport will put at stake when the Blue Devils appear GORMAN here. They'll play s Mason City squad that is victory-hungry, and needs a win to break even for the pre-Christmas season. Following their policy of winning on alternate nights, the Mohawks ought to come out on "top Tuesday. They lost to Newton, beat Muscatine; lost to Clear Lake, beat Albert Lea, Minn., a state title contender of last season; and dropped their first start in the Big Four conference to V. T i,terloo West, last Friday night, by 38 to 22. D a v e n p ort got away this season with a 20 to 18 win over Iowa City, as Jack Mahoney, reserve guard, popped in the winning basket during „ the early seconds of an overtime period. The Blue Devils hc,d failed to get a basket in HUFF the first half, but came up with a rush in a last-quarter rally, The Moonmen defeated their c.ver-the-river rivals, East Moline, ill.. 27 to 24. grabbing the lead early, watchip.g their margin fade until East Molina led by 20 to 18 at the start oi me fourth period, and then spurting to rack up the victory. They continued their streak last week-end at Clinton where they defeated their neighbor city's capers, 51 ^o 18. Mason City lost to Waterloo West .and trailed by 16 to 2 at the end of the half, last Friday night. But that isn't so bad as it might sound. The Mohawks had four wide-open opportunities for setups in the early minutes of the game, blew them all away, and thereafter took long chances to get points. The Old Rose squad took advantage -of the flustered Mo- hav/ks, and found holes in the defense before it could get set. That just a'oo'Jt tells the story. There'll probably be some new faces among the starters Tuesday night, however. Howard Gorman, husky sophomore, is in line for a try ;t center, according to Coach J. A. "Judge" Grimsley's latest plans, with L?land Huff moving to a starting job at forward, while Wayne Wood and Harold McKenzy again draw the defensive as- signrr.ents. Lunch Here It's Half the Fun of Shopping Christmas Shoppers! Add to the pleasure of your Holiday shopping excursions by resting, relaxing and eating at this pleasant, cheerful Coffee Shop ... or in the Amber Room. Drop in, bundles and all, and let us put you in a "Christ- masy" frame of mind with delicious foods. Lunches and meals 25c, 30c. 35c. Jefferson Coffee Shop at the BUS depot Osage High Grapples to Win in Dual Test NEW HAMPTON—Osage high school's grapplers defeated New Hampton here Friday night 23 to 21 in the first dual meet of the season. The meet hinged on the final match. Kurtz, Greene haevyweight gained an advantage of 1:14 over Joe Vv'halen in split periods. Bob KoWiska, ace New Hampton mat performer, pinned Mclson in less thai; a minute Hayfield Raiders to Start Indie Tussles HAYFIELD — The Hayfield Black Raiders, independent bas- ketbiill team, have organized for the winter's activities and will open with the Crystal Lake Independents there Wednesday evening. Any team interested in dating the Raiders can address the manager, Millard .Brooks at Hayfield. Momingside Victor in Cage Tournament SIOUX FALLS, S. Dak., (JP)— Morningside college of Sioux City defeated Augustana college of Sioux falls. 37 to 29 Saturday ni.aht to win the four-game basketball tournament.- The Maroons upset Sioux Falls college, 45 to 31 Friday night to gain the final:; LOCAL BOY HAS PLACE ON IOWA CATHOLIC TEAM I Cavanaugh One of Six Out of North Iowa to Be Given Laurels/ ALL-STATfc CATHOLIC TEAMS. FIRST TEAM LE Donohoe, St. Ambrose Academy, Davenport. LT Barren, Trinity Academy, Sioux City. LG O'Neill, St. Mary's His*, Clinton. C Loehr, Bowling Hijth, DCS Moines. KG Caffery, St. Ambrose Academy, Davenport. UT Hlpschen,- Columbia Academy, Du- buquc. RE Braily, Sacred Heart Hijh. Oelwein. QB Matthews, Columbia Academy, Dubnque. LH Yokubaitis, Trinity Academy, Sioux City. RH Willdinr, Dowlinr Higili, DCS Moines. FB Bisijnano, Dowlinf Ilifh, Des Moines. SECOND TEAM LE Spahn, Columbia Academy, Du- buciue. LT Pritchnrd. Immaculate Conception. Charles City. -XG Cody, Columbia Academy, Du- ouqiie. C St. Clair, St. Ambrose Academy, Divvfcnport. UG PJlantz, D o w 1 i n f liifh, Des Moines. KT Ale.ssio. Sacred Heart, Oclwcin. KE Tniel, St. Ambrose Academy, Davenport. qiS Bicktord, St. Mary's Hish, Clinton. LH Storek. St. Mary's Hiph, Emmets- burc. RH Cavanaugh. Holy Family, Mason City. 1"B Johnson, St. Ambrose Academy, Davenport. DAVENPORT (.£>)—Four schools dominate the. all-state Catholic high school football team for 1936 which boasts a line averaging T83 pounds and a backfield tipping the scales for a 165-pound average. Dowling high of Des Moines, coached by Harry O'Boyle, former Notre Dame star, was the standout team of the state and placed three players on the all-star team. Dowling won seven of eight games, losing only to Roosevelt high of Des Moines, 6 to 0. Schools Place Two. St. Ambrose academy of Davenport, Columbia academy of Dubue and Trinity academy of Sioux City each were honored with two men on the team. Sacred Heart of Oelwein and St. Mary's high of Clinton filled out the first eleven. Dick Donohoe of St. Ambrose and Joseph Brady of Oelwein were chosen as the ends. The former was a six-foot boy who became a great pass receiver. Brady did not have Donohoe's height but he was an aggressive youngster weighing 160 pounds. Carl Ban-on of Trinity was one of the best high school tackles in Iowa. Weighing 190 pounds, he was exceptionally strong on defense. John Hipschen of Columbia was named to team with Barren. Huskies at Guard. Gene Caffery of St. Ambrose, a 205-pound lad, and Harry O'Neill of St. Mary's high, Clinton, grabbed the guard positions. O'Neill was even larger than his mate on the mythical eleven, fContinued on Next Pajre) Tom Burke pays homase at over St. Joseph's Catholic high ceremony, which preceded the Our Lady of Victory academy athletic ruler in her own right, golf tournament last summer, school's students. (Lock Photo, the court of Queen Ann Casey, ruler school basketball, in this pictured Johawks' Sunday niffht game with of Waterloo. The young queen, an as she proved in the state women's was chosen by vote of the local Kayenay Engraving;) Northsiders Walk Away in Afternoon Tussle at Home Muehe Counts 10 PointsSouthside Goes in Single Spree to | Help in Victory. Big Afternoon HOLT FAMILY—33 |O. L. V. A.—it C. Ziejler I 2 :I (l]Corm»n f De Cre'rio 1 0 0 l|Hoj»n I f "II 2!Damre I Laughlin I Muehe c Hughes 2 II i! Duffy r, 2 SjConnell c II (1 II Girsch f If ft ' I II II II I., 0 II 1 1 Cavaniuth f a 1 iJQuinn in Lead but Loses in Final Seconds of Tilt. Heartbreaker Burnett g H. Zlefler f Murphy i: (I'll (MMulvehill JOHAWKS—S3 If Colloton i Coyle I Chute f Madden c Balek c Cross g Peterson f Beith f |O. L, V. A.—30 l liQuinn t 2 (P 2|Damfe f ll (l OjDufly c v 2 I 2|Girsch g II n ttlMuIvcbill II ll -I 3 I »| 1 ii 1! 4 * o i 3: (I i i n 1! 10 10 TOTALS 13 7 I3JTOTALS Running score, by quarters; HOLY FAMILY 33 :!1 O. L. V. A. " « B 8 •i7 33 13 II Free throws missed: Holy Family fi; O. L. V. A. 8. Shots from door: Holy Family 51; O. L. V. A. 50. Referee: Phil "Pop" Thurlle (Iowa). Cavanaugh Listed Robert Cavanauffh. third-season performer for Holy Family. Catholic high school, was one of a half dozen North lowaus listed with the all-state football teams announced this week by John O'Donnell. secretary of the slate Catholic athletic association. The Mason City back was named as right halfback on the second team. (Lock Thole, Kaycnny Enpraving:) Hitting their best stride of the season, with husky Gus Muehe leading the parade, Holy Family high school's basbetball players surprised a visiting Waterloo five Sunday afternoon, and zipped through for a 33 to 21 victory. The Northsiders got a 10 to 2 jump on Our Lady of Victory academy in the opening period, thanks to their big pivot man, and never let up after that. Dan Gorman flipped in a basket I to start the visitors' scoring, after a minute had gone by in the opening period, but the academy team went scoreless after that, while Muehe was having the time of his life under the south backboard, until Pete Girsch connected late in the quarter. Rebound Starts String. Muehe tipped in a rebound on Robert "Boob" Cavanauglr's attempt to start his string, added a point on a free toss, and counted three more as Don Duffy fouled him under the basket and he connected on both the bucket and the free chance. He boitoced in another pair of rebounds to add up 10 points, as Cyril "Babe" Ziegler tried a pair of sideline shots. Ziegler pulled the score up as he conducted another personal spree, good for six points. He slipped in a bucket from the free throw circle just as the whistle ended the first period, to put the Northsiders ahead by 12 to 5,'took the ball from the second-quarter tipoff and rifled the net from the east sideline, and dropped in a pair of free throws as Girsch fouled him. Reserves Stay in. He also set up a pass that opened the goal for Jesse Vega, and poked in another free throw, to set his team ahead by 19. to 5. Muehe pushed in another basket just before the end of the half, and the Northsider reserves took the court Coacli Johnny Carroll kept his second squad in the game 'for the entire third period, and Pat Laughlin flipped in a pair 'of setup shots during that time, while Harold Ziegler drilled the ring ,with a one-hander. Paul Mulvehill, regular guard on the Waterloo squad, kept out of the starting lineup because of a torn knee ligament, came into the game with the score set at 27 to 15 in the final'period, and injected a bunch of pep into the visitors' attack.' Lou? Shots Count. But Muehe hammered in another goal, and Vega got a wide- open tipin, while Cavanaugh and (Turn to Nest P»iO 1.'! TOTALS IS! '•< 1i|TOTALS Running score by quarters: JOHAWKS ^ 1 O. L. V. A 5 13 ]« t!0 Free throws missed: Johawks fi, O. L. V. A. 3. Shot* from floor: Jobiiwks C2; 0. L. V. A. 43. Referee: Ccd Connelly (M. C. J. C.). A sensational uphill fight to overcome a 13-point lead, and a last- quarter lejt^own after they had the ball game almost written in the books as a victory provided a big night of basketball as St. Joseph's Johawks lost 30 to 29 to Our Lady of Victory academy of Waterloo Sunday. The Johawks were behind 17 to 4 a minute after the second half got under way. With two and one- half minutes to go before the final whistle, they had a 27 to 22 lead- end just ahead of the last toot, Tom Peterson flipped in a long basket to leave his squad down by a single point. Free Tosses Win. Fouls and free throws provided the points that gave the Waterloo squad the game. The single tosses that Bill Colloton, Joe Madden and Peterson dropped in from the free line were all that the Johawks gained out of nine chances. The Waterloo five got 15 tries from a dozen Johawk fouls, and connected on 10. Colloton's pair of baskets were the only Johawk points scored during the first half, while Pete Girsch and Bob Damge each chalked up six points for the academy cagers and Don Duffy added another. Damge and Girsch each broke up Johawk passes to dribble under the goals -and score during the opening periods. Colloton Opens Sprint. Colloton opened the Johawk sprint with an angle shot from the free throw line, early in the third period, and the fresher Johawks held the tired Waterloo team without a point until just before the end of the quarter. During that time, Peterson added a point on a free throw, Don "Dusty" Coyle took a set shot for two more counters,' and Colloton tipped in a rebound. Peterson rolled in a long one from center to run the Jo- hawk total to 13. Coyle started the firing again as the fourth period opened, and an epidemic of free shots saw the score run to 21 to 16 for O. L. V. A. Free Toss Ties Score. Madden used his lanky reach to tip in a rebound from Coyle's shot, Peterson let go another spinner from the center circle and Colloton stepped to the free throw line to gain another point—that tied the score at 21-21. Madden's angler from a free throw line and Colloton's tip shot, plus!' a bucket by Ray Beith, set the Johawks ahead by 27 to 22. Berth's goal was ruled okay over the protest of the visitors, who argued (Turn (o Nexl Pate) STARS TO TOUR TO CUBA, ENTER IN GIANT EVENT 100 U.S. Athletes Ready to Travel South for Huge New Year Exhibit. NEW YORK, (£>)— More than 100 athletes from the United States are going to Cuba to participate in an international athletic carnival during Christmas week. The Island republic, seeking to regain through sports some of the winter tourist business it lost a few years ago when machine guns and bombs were popping around Havana, has lined up seven days of competition in almost every branch of sport from a tennis tournament to a mixed boxing-wrestling match between George Godfrey and Jack Sherry. Carlos L. Henriquez, Jr., Cuban sports commissioner, procured the Columbia basketball team—from his old college—to compete in a court tournament against Louisiana State, the Cuban A, C., the University of Mexico and possibly Havana university; booked Auburn and Villanova for a novel "intersectional" football game that will conclude the program New Year's day; and got Jesse Owens, the "fastest human" as the leading foot racing attraction. The Lions, Eastern Intercollegiate Basketball champions last season, head the movement south along with the "All-America" boxing team of eight winners of a tournament sponsored by a New- York newspaper. They sail for Havana Wednesday. Villanoya's gridmen are due to leave Philadelphia Christmas day. ROCKETS TAKE IOWA CONTEST New Hampton Loses Battle to Minnesota Cagers by 26-17 Score. NEW HAMPTON—Rochester, Minn., high school won from New Hampton here Saturday night, £6 to 17. It was the first, loss in four starts for the Chickasaws. Leading 4 to 3 at the end of the first period, the New Hampton boys were tied at 9-9 at halftone and trailing M> to 12 at the end of the third period. Erbes, 6 feet, 6 inch center for 'the visitors, slipped in four field goals in the last quarter. The locals failed to score from the field during the last half. Erbes for the winners, the Carney brothers and Horgen for the losers were easily outstanding. In the preliminary game the Tripoli cage team won from the New Hampton reserves team 22 to 2, the junior Chickasaws failing to tegister from the field. THE BOXSCORE ROCHESTER— X IN. HAMPTON—17 If ft I', If ft f Macquarric f 3 0 0<H. Carney f 1 1 (I Hifhle f I 0 4!illcKonc i 101 Han'berjer f 1 0 HHorjen c 173 Erbes c (i 1 3[G. Carney t 0X1 Prcssnall f I 0 21 Larson f 00] Halland t 1 1 !|Wei*el i 000 IS 211TOTALS Sll 5 Louisiana State to Play Iowa Clubbers BATON ROUGE, La., (/P)— Louisiana State university's spring baseball schedule includes two games with .the University of Iowa, to be played here on March 19 and 20. The schedule, announced by university officials Sunday includes games with two other Big Ten teams, Minnesota here March 26 and 27, and Northwestern here April 3, 5 and 6. Columbia to Get New Coach in New Season DUBUQUE, (JP)— Columbia college will have a enw footb'all and baseball coach in 1937. Johnny Niemiec, former Notre Dame star who has coached football at Columbia for the last three years, will not return next fall. He plans to enter business in Bell- eaire, Ohio, and coach part time in a high school. Niemiec's successor has not been chosen. PLAN CAGE MEET COUNCIL BLUFFS, W—The Midwestern A. A. U. basketball tournament will be held in Omaha starting March 7, with teams from Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota participating, Midwestern Commissioner Lyle Hemde announced. The winner will represent this district in the national tournament in Denver, Colo., March 14. Old Grads Set to Scrap With Trojan Cagers Tuesday Night Contest to See Jay sees of Eight Seasons Ago Play. PROBABLE LINEUPS TROJANS AIAJMNI Hirbener F Elwin Snell Gilt Lino F MacDonald Gale SrieH . C Connelly Shcckler G K»rl Lane H<>rt G Carroll TIME: 7 o'clock. Tuesday. PLACE: Mason City high school. IOWAN RATED WASHINGTON, f/P) — Everett Rightmire, Sioux City, Iowa, was named eighth ranking, featherweight in the National Boxing association's quarterly rating released Saturday. . : •'•••: With only one game behind them, Mason City junior college's midget Trojans will add a second contest to their basketball record book on Tuesday night, when they meet the "old grads" from squads of other years in* a 7 o'clock battle. A change in dates, and a postponed contest, keeps the jaysees out of junior college competition until Tuesday, Dec. 29, when Cherokee will come here. The Mason City-Marshalltown game of last Friday was postponed b e cause of the death of Mrs. James Rae, and will be played at a later date. Cherokee was originally scheduled to appear here on this week's Tuesday program, with the alumni listed for next HERBENER week. " Alumni players from squads of eight y^ars ago are the oldest of 16 old timers who. were invited to return for the Tuesday game. The list is headed by lanky Ced Connelly, who has played independent ball with various local teams since he left the Trojan camp, Don (Turn to Nexl P»(re> FOUR GAMES ON STATE CARD AS SCHOOLS CLOSE University Squad to Scrap Once More After Win Saturday Night. DES MOHSTES, (/P)—Only four collegiate basketball games are on the state's schedule this week as most of the squads were disbanded for brief holiday vacations. The State university's undefeated team, which stretched- its victory string to five straight with ;i 42 to 35 decision over Washington university Saturday night, met James Millikin at Decatur, 111., Monday. Drake's touring squad will meet the Southeastern Oklahoma Teachers on the way home from a successful Texas invasion. The Bulldogs defeated the East Texas Teachers, 38 to 29, Saturday night for their second vi.ctory in three starts against teams in the Lone Star state. Iowa Wesleyan will play the Iowa Success team of Ottumwa at Mt. Pleasant. The Tarkio-Simpson game scheduled for Monday" was cancelled because the Missourians were unable to arrange other games in Iowa. Six Clubs to Scrap in Western League DAVENPORT, (£>)—The Western league will start the 1937 season with six teams, playing ~"a straight schedule of 130 games. Decision to operate with six teams was made at a meeting of clubowners here Sunday, Tom Fairweather, league president, informing the owners that two addi- itional cities were unavailable for 1937. It's in the Bag! A SPORTS GIFT FROM DECKER BROS. IS SURE TO PLEASE tt* SKATES — MATCHED SETS, By CCM tie. '*. 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