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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, DECEMBER 22 • 1936 PREPS BUT ELEVEN OUT of the PRESSBOX By Al Mitchell If you want to do something new and different to start the new year . . . take a drive up to Titonka. There's a big day planned for 2.000 North lowans, on Jan. 1, 1937 ... at least it sounds big! and funny! j The Kossuth County Conservation league is putting on a gun- less fox hunt . , . and there's no riding to the hounds on the program, either ... so leave your red coats at home. YOU CHASE' EM! Here's the way that the Kossuth county lads are going to hunt the •wily fox: All the hunters will meet at Titonka , . , and they'll be assigned position on the sides of a square whose sides are three miles long ... of course that includes nine i sections of land . . . you know that! if you sot through seventh! srade arithmetic, because sixth I grade was about the toughest I. could master. | STOECKER HELP TO RECORD FOR FIVE LAST YEAR BE-GAZETTE SPORTS Mohawks Get 102 Counters in Five Games During Current Season. SEASON'S SCORING Northwestern Is Darkhorse of Big Ten Race Shots I'B FT I TM PF Pis. Fletcher c-l Wallace t Cookman f Huff f-c Wayne Wood r McKenzy c-f Hepner y-c Stoecker t Gorman f-c-j Banning f . Kruner R . Major f . . . . Ill 8 8 4 4 Burleycue and Pro Cagers on I Same Program Louisiana State Goes After Athletes With Neat Bit of Advertising. MOHAWK RECORD Neil-Kill :jl: Mohawlj* III. Mohaivks ^:;; Muscalinp lit. Clear Lake 1C: Mohawk- I.V Mohawks -''i; Albert I.« Mi. Waterloo West S8: Alohawk.s 'I Where these nine sections lie, II don't know . . . but the exact cen- | ter will be marked so that every j hunter among the 2,000 can see | whither he goes. j At a signal, the hunters on the | corners will start moving in. At another signal, those along the central sides will close up. forming an ever-diminishing circle . . . and you may hear the noise way over in Cerro Gordo county, because everybody is going to have a whistle, a cowbell, a tin pan . . . something to 'cot or pound! Well . . when the big circle has closed up around the center of the field, the fox will come out of hiding . and each hunter will go into battle. He'll be armed with a club . . it's a gun-less hunt, you remember. OTHER GAME FREE Rabbits, pheasants ... all other game will be let run but woe be unto the fox who pokes out his head and tries to break througp. the circle. Mason City high school's Mo- lawks. losers in three games out of five during the pre-holiday basketball season, have produced almost as good a scoring record as did last season's squad, which was runnerup to Ames in the state championship race, a check of the record books showed Tuesday, Capt. Everett "Sonny" Fletcher, who scored nine points against ; Waterloo West last Friday night as the Mohawks lost by 38 to 22, jumped into the lasket- getting lead for By SCOTTY RESTOX ! NEW YORK. f/P) — Sport has reached a new all-time low on 42nd street . . a burlesque just off Times Square is running a pro basketball game between shows : . If that doesn't prove something or other about what a well- ordered world it is, listen to this: Horton Smith, a clever gent who knows how to make a little white pill behave, makes a great comeback and tops all the golf pros in winning prize moneys in 1936. And what does he get?—$7,884 Joe Louis swings once on Eddie Simms and gets $20,000 for 26 seconds of fighting Connie Mack will be 74 Wednesday > . . Wonder how he'd look without that four-inch collar. in iive FLETCHER contests, and the totaled 113 counters, also beaten Fertile. Newton, For| est City, Webster City and Water- a points games. A year ago, Howard Stoecker had counted 33 points in the same number of Mohawks had They had It sounds like a big day and the fellows who are respon-!, -,,. » rp. • , , , sible for it are these North ! lo ° Weat ' Thls season s squad has lowans: Hollis Trainer. Burt: Marion Trainer. Burt: Chipman, Burt; Henry Becker. Algona; Joe Lowe, Algona. and L. M. Merritt, Algona. They are the acting committee members of the Kossuth County Conservation league. * * * Fox have increased (Continued on Xext '. Give Her CANDY There's no more welcome gift than a box of the famous Whitman's Chocolates and Confections. A complete and fresh stock at all times. Hickey Bros. Cigar Stores IN THE HOTEL HANFORD MASON CITY, IOWA totaled 102 points, and has beaten Muscatine and Albert Lea, Minn., in a much tougher early-season schedule. Jack Wallace, second in the present scoring race with 20 points, had scored only 14 a year ago, while Wayne Wood, who has i a fuller defensive job this season, j u-as in second notch a season back j with 19 counters. Fletcher had counted 11 points a year ago at I this time. • The Mohawks had five performers with records that bettered 10 points a season ago, just as they do this year. Stoecker, Wood, Wallace. Fletcher and Jack Shipley had counted 93 points in five games, while Fletcher, Wallace, Bob Cookman, Leland Huff and Wood have totaled 81 in the same number of contests this season. Similes: As obvious as a home- run . , . Bill Dwyer just went off that financial ski jump . . . The owner of the New York Ameri- j cans will be landing down below any time now . . . He has to pay the club's debts of 315,000 or lose it in April, and since the Amerks have lost their last five games, Bill's best chance of raising the money is at his Tropical park race track Hunk Anderson's record as a head football coach gets worse each Christmas, but they'll tell you anywhere in the country he's the best assistant any head coach ever had. MARCELLUS McMICHAEI Northwestern DAVEYS GET TO TOP OF LEAGUE Plumbers Shoot for Three, Snap Tie for First With Kozy Korner. Drake Drops Tussle, Faces Last Cage Go DURANT, Okla., (f?) — The barnstorming Drake university basketball team of Des Moines, Iowa, was enroutc to Wichita, Kans., where it will close its pre- hoh'day schedule against Wichita university Wednesday night, after dropping a 43 to 38 game to Southeastern Oklahoma Teachers here Tuesday night. Note to Col. Eddie Brietz: Better get out of that egg-nog and I come back up here. They're rnak- ! ing tracks to close your news-reei theater . , Lynn Waldorf, touring the banquet circuit right now, will have a five-year contract as Northwestern's head f o o t b a 1 1 coach xvaiting when he gets back . . . Freddy Steele. the middle weight champ, gave his trainer a I new watch for Christmas . . Instead of having numbers on its face, the watch has the letters: ••Freddy Steele" . . . Ace Hudkins, weighing 240 now, will run a couple of ponies at Santa Anita this year . . Mike Jacobs is on the pan over here . . Critics say he rushed Harry Balsamo into the top flight too fast . . Louisiana State doesn't mind advertising for athletics. Their publicity department has just issued a piece starting, "Attention athletes: Come to L. S. U. and see the world." Three Jaysees Team With Veteran Stars TULSA, Okla., (/P)—Three junior college transfers are teaming with the veterans, Ned Butler and Bob Jones, to make Tulsa university a little threat in the Missouri Valley basketball race this winter. The newcomers are Dwight Dussart of Coffeyville, Kans., Glenn Bradshaw of Warner, Okla., and Meredith Friels oi 1 Cameron, Okla. MAKE "MIS' GIFTS ROYAL GIFTS • KINGLY SHIRTS $1 95 1 With each Kingly label goes shirt styling and quality that would make "his" gift fit for a king. ON FEDERAL JUST OFF STATE Crabb, Pease to Get Pioneer Frosh Award GRINNELL, (/P)—Twenty-five freshmen will receive numerals for their work on the Grinnell college frosh squad last fall. Award winners included Bunbar Bair of Des Moines, John Crabb of Mason City, Richard Covey of Grinnell, Ernest Hult- I gren of Davenport, Robert Jones ' of Davenport, James Nash of Sioux City, Clarence Pease of Clear Lake, Max Shelton of Des Moines, Donald Ward of Omaha and Robert. Whitley of Clinton. LEAGUE SCHEDULE Alleys 1-2— Open. 3-4 — Golden Glow vs. Decker's Office, _3-G— Tyler-Ryan vs. Manic Inn. "7-8— Hermanson Dairy vs. Decker's Plant. Breaking a tie for first place with Kozy Korner, Hugh Davey and Son hopped into the City bowling league's top notch Monday night by taking three games, and shooting an actual pin count of 2,954, which stretched to a series of 3,059, Blue Ribbon-Cottage Grill took two from the 'Old Timers and Moose lodge defeated Stoddard's. Other high marks for the night were C. M. Collins' 620 series and L. A. Moe's 230 single. Regular prize winners to go on the board were Frank Ferman, with a 663 series, and L. A. Moe, with a 239 single. HUGH DAVEr AND SON CATS BEAT PITT TO SHOW POWER IN EARLY SCRAP And Pitt Beats Badgers by Good Sized Margin in Another Tussle. By EARL H1LLIGAN .CHICAGO, (J?) — Nortwestenvs Wildcats Tuesday ranked as standout "darkhorse" of the approaching Big Ten basketball championship race—if comparative scores mean much. The Wildcats recently had little trouble in defeating the Pittsburgh Panthers, who Monday night handed Wisconsin's Badgers their first defeat of the conference warm-up campaign 41 to 30. The Panthers tripled the score on the touring Midwest club in the opening period, which ended 33 to 11. Purdue's powerful Boilermakers continued their victory march, defeating Toledo 41 to 32 in a rough game marked by 25 personal fouls. Come From Behind. Toledo took an early lead, but Ward Lambert's team turned in another of its come-from-behind performances to lead at the hal 17 to 12. Pat Malaska scored 1 points for the victors. Iowa won its sixth straigh game, downing Millikin college 37 to 30 after trailing during the early stages. Whenever Millikin threatened the Hawks appeared tc have enough in reserve to stay ir front. Indiana, which shared the 193J Big Ten title with Purdue, continued its successful eastern tour by trouncing Villanova 43 to 28. Ken Gunning, with two field goals and five charity points, was high Osage High at Top of League With 2 Wins Three Others Get Shares in First Section by Taking Openers. NORTHEAST IOWA CONFEBE.NCE Osajre !J West Union 1 Waukon I I Waverly i New Hampton <l Oelivein o Charles City , ft Dccorah ., o Nashua 0 Cresco (| an Players— Moe Shannon .. ., 3avey Collins Bey . Actual Pins Handicap 1st ind :(rd , IKB no ai:: . IS!) 17» 212 •.•o:; 194 .i»u 191 2M X'lB I!)',' 189 HiK •Ml 1018 !I7.-, :i3 35 V, Total Av. <i!8 "IK 580 193 ion 207 183 ax.-; 33 J87 020 TOTAL PINS . !(98 1033 1010 3051) 11)20 scorer. The Hoosiers showed almost impregnable defense. Minnesota Loses. Minnesota lost its third game of the season, bowing to Nebraska 29 to 24. The Cornhuskers .grabbed a lead soon after the second half opened and held it to the final gun. The Gophers previously lost to North Dakota State and Kansas State. Ohio State defeated Creighton 35 to 28, with Thomas, a center, getting 12 points to pace the Buckeye attack. Opening a three-game series at Seattle against the University of Washington, Michigan's Wolverines took a 40 to 23 whipping 'rom the Huskies, who built up a 23 to S lead at halftime. It was Michigan's first defeat in three starts. Coach Franklin Cappon's squad previously won impressive victories- over Michigan Normal and Michigan State. Wesleyan Loses Cage Tilt to Success Five MOUNT PLEASANT, (/P)—Iowa Wesleyan closed its pre-holiday basketball schedule here Tuesday night by dropping a 46 to 39 decision to the Iowa Success school of Otturnwa. Players— B, Duncan J. Duncan Ferman G. Squicrs F. Duncan Actual 1'jr Handicap KORNER 1st 2nd :!rd 157 158 189 1ST 171. Ki2 210 2111 168 I7(> :I7'i 181 I Gil I at) 102 833 !)07 872 92 92 92 Total Av. 184 101 137 21)0 17(1 184 4711 2&I4 878 TOTAL PINS . . 'J47 !»S 061 2910 1170 Players— Loring Odell Riley Eslick DeSnmery STODDARD'S 1st 2nd 3rd .... Kit 142 1C! 194 187 13!) .... 144 133 Ml .... 171 187 153 l(>7 178 143 4IJ4 520 380 Actual Pins Handicap TOTAL PINS S.17 U3 Kill 83 709 93 330 1112 802 2IM-1 881 Players—• Fcrria.i Humphrey Clausen .. Dunton Bcrrv MOOSE LODGE 1st 2nd 3rd 13li 1U8 137 132 183 178 138 187 213 178 IK) Ifili 134 134 174 Total Av Illl 1C .19!) 558 513 432 EXPENSIVE GARB Uniforms of the original Celtics' basketball team this year cost S125 each. Coats of white suede and shirts and shorts of airplane cloth will be worn. IOWA CAGE FIVE HAS SIXTH TEST Beats Millikin in Monday's Contest to Close Trip Over Week-End. IOWA CITY, W—The University of Iowa's basketball team disbanded Tuesday, but will reassemble after the Christmas holidays and begin conference competition with an unblemished record, after winning its sixth consecutive non-conference victory, 37 to 30 over James Millikin university at Decatur, ID., Monday night. After trailing for the first 10 minutes, Iowa forged ahead midway in the first half and domi- lated play from then on, leading 21 to 16 at the intermission. After brief Millikin rally had cut the rlawkeyes' advantage to 26 to 25 early in the second period, three quick field goals and two charity osses again gave Iowa a comfortable margin. Another Millikin hreat in the closing minutes faded as Ben Stephens, Hawkeye forward, came through with one from he floor and a free throw. Both teams were handicapped by the slippery Decatur armory floor. Matt Walsh, giant Iowa center, led the winners with 11 points, while Helfrich rang up 12 for Millikin. p, 1.IM 1.11 I.IK 1.01 .III .IK .01 .m .110 .00 NEW HAMPTON—Osage higi school, winning 23 to 14 over Na shua, held first place in the North east Iowa conference basketba] race last week-end, while Wes Union, Waukon and Waverlj moved into a share of the toj. notch with single victories. West Union beat Decorah 24 to 14, in the first loss for Vikings while Waukon handed Cresco its second conference setback, 48 to 22. New Hampton lost for the firs time this year in a contest with Rochester, Minn. Oelwein and Charles City meet in the only conference game during the holidays. SEVEN EAGLES CONFERENCE W. Goodcll :; Klcntme ,. 3 Kanawha ,., ;> Crystal Lake ... , | Woden " | Hayfteld () L. II II Pet. I.OOO .1.00(1 .333 ,333 SEVEN EAGLES LOOP TO RE-OPEN PLAY JAN. 8 GOODELL--Goodell and Klemme high schools, with three victories and clear conference records behind them at the holidays, lead the Seven Eagles basketball conference. There'are no conference games listed until Jan. 8. Klemme kept pace with a 40 to 13 victory over Crystal Lake, Kanawha downed Hayfield 48 to 12, and Goodell :ianded Woden a 30 to 23 setback in games last week. HUNK ANDERSON OUT OF JOB AS FIGHT IS AHEAD Board Member Flares Up Over Dismissal of Grid Coach. RALEIGH, N. Car., C/P)—Hunk Anderson, head football coach at North Carolina State college for the past three years, was out of a job Tuesday but one of his staunchest alumni supporters threatened a court fight over the dismissal. Soon after Dr. Frank P. Gram, president of the Greater University of North Carolina—of which state is a unit—announced a reorganization of the athletic set-up which eliminated Anderson, Dave Clark, alumni representative on the athletic council, said: "We believe he (Dr. Graham) has acted in an illegal manner and shall test his authority in the courts." The "we" used in Clark's formal statement was not explained. Clark said he understood "President Graham claims that he acted under a remnant of the discredited Graham plan, which was accidentally left in the southern conference rules and which states that the athletic director and coaches shall be chosen by the president. "The athletic council was legally created by the trustees who ^lave authority under the laws of North Carolina, whereas the southern conference is simply an association of colleges and without legal authority." The contract of Anderson, former Notre Dame coach, expires on Dec. 31. His teams have had up and down seasons, and this fear's record was three won and ;even lost. HARD TO EXCEL Pat Ryan threw the IS-pound hammer 189 feet 6 ] /2 inches on Aug. 17, 1913. end that's still the world's record. Paris to See Plenty at Augie Cage Meet DAVENPORT, (/P)—Observers Tuesday predicted a mad scram- sle for the championship now held )y Augustana's green but prom- sing team in ta<j second annual llinois-Iowa invitational basket- iall tournament at Rock Island 'an. 8 and 9. Bradley Tech, St. Ambrose, Coe and Carthage appear to have a slight advantage over the four other entries, a survey of early season games showed. Upper Iowa, Parsons, Central and Augustana, the host school, however, are expected to furnish plenty of competition for the favorites. •ianlontown High to Oppose Local Squad HANLONTOWN— Hanlon own high school, with four vie- ories and two losses, including a 5 to 23 win from Fertile in an vertime contest, will re-open its asketball schedule on Jan. 8, •hen the cagers come to Mason :ity to play the Little Mohawk quad. The schedule: Jan. 8—Mason City (Little Mohawks), here. Jan. U—Graflon, there. Jan. 15—Fertile, there. Jan. 19—Thompson, here. Jan. 22—Manly, here. Jan. 2C—Ventura, there. Jan. S9—Class B tournament, Mason :ty. Feb. 3—Thompson, hei-e. Feb. 12 —County tournament. Feb.1»—Plymouth, here. Feb.23—Ventura, here. Feb. 2G—Kensett, there. Iowa Teachers to Be at Work After Layoff CEDAR FALLS; (P) — iowa. State Teachers college basketball team, which split even in its two early season games, will report back for practice Dec. 28 after a short Christmas vacation. The Panthers, who defeated Grinnell but lost to Coe, will open their North Central schedule against the conference champion- - Drake Has Space for Biggest Court Crowd DES MOINES, (£>) — Drake's fieldhouse is the largest in the Missouri Valley -conference, having room for 7,500 basketball fans. Washington and Creighton can entertain 5,000 spectators, but the Oklahoma Aggies with 4,000 students, can seat only 1,800 persons in their gymnasium. Grinnell has room for only 1,000. Bowling Actual Pins Handicap .. 7H8 79 867 888 7!) TOTAL PINS .- 817 916 Players Kolb MacDonald ... Decker , Senn ...... Bender Actual Pins Handicap OLD TIMERS 1s( 2nd 3rd IG4 135 174 170 KB 16S Kid 1(1] '157 186 158 If'.I 177 lf>7 15X Total AV .(7:i 15 303 1(1 47H 53.1 U 837 7X0 XO 8(1 10' TOTAL PINS .. 937 8(!6 920 2729 E COTTAGE CHILIS-BLUE RIBBON Players— 1st 2nd EauClaire 132 1.M Tolnby 1.-.0 18(1 STANDARD OIL Mid-Season Tournament. Lamm ........ 17!l Galbreath . 203 Youngerman ,,, 224 Xeu 1(U Yoonj . 192 Wells 114 English . H4 Welsh 143 Slllwcll 103 Hardy 136 Payne -'12 Werner 172 Holland ...'. 133 Burgess 120 Weber 148 Connors 123 Apland 200 Anderson 140 Morris 122 Pasternak 137 Sanders 106 Gamble 131 Nolterieke 137 riirjlh 100 1st 2nd 3rd Hdcp. Tot. 245 177 111] 187 151 113 137 lf.2 IKS 143 17.H 118 170 .IfKl 124 102 137 10.1 120 144 133 171 117 J5S 105 152 155 150 137 154 113 184 151 123 15.1 140 113 136 1311 lOfl 147 181 133 103 157 tar, KM 45 57 60 12!) 105 117 24 'III 31 42 117 81 120 57 an 103 66 123 0 .raz .602 .582 .501) .S33 .343 .510 .339 .539 .532 jae .510 .509 .30(1 .MM) .488 .487 .430 Hall Wolske Berneman . .. Actual Pins Handicap ., TOTAL PINS 187 MB 183 «58 33 3rd 201 31.1 1512 168 16.1 549 '55(1 •111) 520 2C,3,| 159 892 990 2793 931 Cash Rolls in From Fans to Back Team ST. LOUIS, (JP)— Vice President William De Witt of the St. Louis Browns said Tuesday 90,000 shares of stock in the newly organized American league club had been sold at $5 a share. Meanwhile, he announced that the final payment of $225,000 will be made to the Phil Ball estate this week. The total purchase price of the Browns Was $325,000, ; but the new owners laid a "hundred grand" on the line when they took possession of the team last month. )W SUKE KNOW HOW EASY AS EATIN' PIE. PRINCE ALBERT? SURE. FOLDS UP •TORDILyOURMAKIN'S. THAT'S THAT'CRIMP —JUST USE PRINCE INTO VOUR MAKIN'S' BUDDY. WISH ALBERT. AND VO/LL CUT TOBACCO PAPER SO EASY IT ALMQST.ROU.S ITSELF DO IT LIKE YOU DO KATE AS ONE OF THE WORLD'S BEST ROLL- YOUR-OWNERS ship North Dakota university team here Jan. 7. The Nodaks have won the league title for the last ;hree years and are rated even setter this winter. AND DONt FORG-ET THAT PRINCE ALBERT IS PACKED IN TIN. EASIER TO -HANDLE. NO WASTE. STAYS PRIME AND FRESH TILL YOUVE USED IT UP. flERE'S AN ITEM ABOUT THE P.A. NO-RISK OFFEC NOTHING- BUT i?A.SUITS ME SINCE I ROLLED MY FIRST'MAKIN'S' CIGARETTE WITH IT. you CANT BEAT IT FOR FRAGRANCE ANP T-LAVOR 'ce. THERE'S NO OTHER TOBACCO UKEFAJ CRIMP CUT±ROLLS EASIER. IT DOESNT BITE THE TONGUE rr£ PACKED IN TIN-STAYS PRIME JOIN U? NOW WITH THE PRINCE ALBECT FANS! THEV CALL P.A. N THE NATIONAL JO/ SMOKE' THE NATIONAL JOY SMOKCl

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