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Mason City, Iowa
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 6 IHASUH t-lll WLUKE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 6 mm 1936 ^^ ta--.-- ~ ~~~~ -- NINE STATE TITLE DEFENDERS PLAY ON TUESDAY SCARLETS READY TO MAKE BATTLE WITH M, C, TEAM .Visitors Beaten Once, Take Four Contests Through Early Season. FKOBAHLE LINEtTS MASON MTV AI'STIN G R I M S I . K Y Condi A K N K V AVrtllnrr K Hanson Klrlchi'r . F ..-\I\VIKKI Slorrkrr C lluclln Hrrt (C) G Anderson Wood O I'nrnsivnrlh · T I M E : X:3tl, Tni'Rilny n l f f l i l . 1't.ACK: .Mnsc.n city I l l s l i Srlioiil. OFFICIALS: Cordon Mrrli'r, Witli'rloo; Clydr I.. Klnc. New Hninntnti. MASON CITY MAK-SWI1-T SUTHERLAND . . . C o n d i M C R K A Y Ilerhpurr F Thlirllc G. l.ime F E. I.IIIIB Snell ....(' Ky»n MllrDonaJri G Cnrrnll Hnthnivivy f. Conn TIME: 7:lfi. Tnl'Mliiy n l R h t . The meeting of the best. That's what's scheduled for Mason City on Tuesday night, as Austin's Scarlets play Mason City's Mohawks. The basketball game will bring together Dick Arney's state champion Minnesota quintet of last season and J. A. "Judge" Grimsley's defending Iowa titleholders. The Minnesotang will send a veteran team, with six regulars from last season available, into action at Mason City. Clear Record Put Up. The clear 1935-36 record of the Mohawks, unmarred in seven contests, will again be at stake. Austin's roll of games this season is not so impressive, but the fact remains that the Scarlets have won four games and dropped another only after a long road trip into Iowa City. The Little Hawks at the university city beat Austin 31 to 24, on what was apparently the hottes. night they have struck since the made Mason City go through an BE AZETTE S Features in Heavy Program for Week on Court I overtime period to win there last spring. The Iowa City gymnasium, with cramped playing quarters, and a deceptive overhanging race track around the court, is also hard on ·visiting teams. A night after beating Austin, the Iowa City preps went to Vinton and took a 26 to 23 licking in a rough contest. Beat Four Teams. The Scarlets opened their season by beating Logan of Lacrosse, Wis., 34 to 11, and continued by whack- and one Central lost 20 to 17, Rochester, 23 to 15, and the Carieton freshmen, who GAY FARNSWOKTH GOPHERS BEATEN^ BYKEOGANTEAM Irish Take Narrow Victory Over Minnesota Cagers in Early Season. By DAVE KAUFMAN MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 6._Rising from the depths after four successive defeats, Minnesota's reputedly weak Gophers fought the heavily favored Notre Dame Irish to a standstill here Saturday night and after a Kansas Flyer Thinks He Has Yet to Reach Peak for Mile Races NEW YORK. Jan. 0. (.P)--qienn Cunningham, the fastest miler of all time, still hopes that some day he will do the distance in.4:04. The barrel-chested Kansan, 26 and rapidly nearing the age when athletes are called "old," believes he has yet to reach his peak--this despite his 4:06.7 at Princeton in 1934 to establish the world mile record, and 4:08.4 in the Madison Square Garden the same year to set the indoor mile standard. 'Conditions will have to be just (CmitlHUPrt (in Market J'liKe) RAY STROMEK Florida Netster Wins Over National Tennis Champ in Bowl Tests CORAL GABLES, Fla., Jan. 6. (.V) -- A r t h u r Hendrix, rising young racket swinger from Lakeland, Fla.. found himself in the "target" spot as piny opened today in the Miami Biltmore tennis tournament. The 23 year old southern college student yesterday defeated Wilm?r Allison, national singles champion from Texas, in the finals of the Sugar Bowl tourney at New Orleans. Hendrix is seeded No. 4 among American entries in the Miami Billmore tournament, No. 1 is Bryan M. (Bitsj-) Grant of Atlanta. i NOLAN DUGAN hectic, rought and were edged out by tumble battle _ ^ the Ramblers, 29 to 27. it was the Gophers' last pro-season game before starting their Big Ten campaign. Coach George Keogan of Notre Dam e disdained to start his first ART HANSON stringers and as a result the Irish failed to for pierce Minnesota's man defense and tight went '' ing down ,Uvo good high 1r3?llegil~ outfit:' - Minneapolis may oppose Mason City junior college later this year, were beaten 23 to 15. Coach Dick Arney. all-western basketeer with Carleton's "Victory Five," that made things tough for the Western conference and other big timers of a few years ago, is a native son of Iowa. Arney played his high school basketball with Marshalltovvn's Bobcats before going to Carleton. Have Sfany Vets. Art Hanson and Ike Atwood will be two of the front-line veterans ·who will likely be in the starting lineup here Tuesday night, while Nolan Dugan will hold the center position, and Oscar Anderson teams ·with Gay Farnsworth or Ray Stromer at guard. There's no need to remind Mason City fans that the Mohawks lost one of the most heartbreaking ball games of the season to Austin last winter. The Scarlets won 18 to 17 without a field goal during the entire first half. Play Cautious Game. Minnesota's Maroon and Gold cagers were playing a cautious defensive battle. When the Gophers did get hold of the ball, they would not take many chances from back or mid-court but would work the ball up to a position for a shot from a few feet within the basket. Notre Dame's Irishmen shot from all over the floor during the first half but failed to connect for any goals. The half ended 11 to 6 with Minnesota in the lead, much to the surprise of even the Gophers' fans. Coach Keogan, evidently nettled at his proteges' anaemic scoring ability, started his first stringers as the second half opened. Included in the lineup were the three sophomore stars, Moir, Meyer and Nowak and it later proved to be this same trio which accounted for Minnesota's downfall. Find Ring Far Out. After five minutes of listless basketball in which Minnesota retained its strictly defensive play, while Notre Dam e could not break through the Gopher defense, the Hoosiers finally accomplished this as the Mohawks had the edf nearly everything but the ·e in free throwing department. The Mason Cityans made a single gift shot and missed a half dozen others, while their opponents were capitalizing on 8 chances at the free throw line. Art Hanson, Atwood. and Anderson played in the contest that saw Mason City lose last season. Pabst Blue Ribbon Is Narrow Victory in Go With Clear Lake Five Pabst Blue Ribbon defeated Bush Pastry of Clear Lake in a Sunday basketball game at the Denison club, beating the Bakers 28 to 23 after being behind at the intermission. Bunk Isaacson and Johnny Cookman kept the Pabsts in the game by sinking 4 goals apiece, while Jim Anderson caged 5 for Bush Pastry THE BOXSCORE PABST--28 I.lnclrnm Christ's- ; Connelly r. Tompkini t Thomas c TOTALS At hnlf: Bi BUSH PASTRY--23 It It I Ic It t 3 (1 II M i l l r r I 3 0 2 n I I ! f i n r l o c k I 2 1 1 ·* 0 H Antlrrson f. r, II I) 2 o t Kmccrl s; n o l 1 n n ran* c n n n o n « rani e l o l 4 n l feat as Boir and Nowak began hitting their stride and tossing the basketball from the far back-court. Even the Minnesota defense could not stop the Irish, once their attack began, and the Ramblers rolled up a margin of 10 points while the home fans began shouting frantically for a rally. Responding to their followers' cries, the Gophers inaugurated a comeback in the closing minutes of play which was cut off only by the timer's run. Nash, a substitute guard, dropped one in from far out by the center-line to set the count 29 to 27 and the game ended a few seconds later. 14 0 3 TOTALS sh Pastry 14. I'.itist H 1 4 Diamond Bread Bakers Win Dougherty Tussle · by Grabbing Big Lead DOUGHERTY, Jan. 6.--The Diamond Bread Bakers of Mason City beat the Dougherty Independent basketball team here Saturday- night, 48 to 39. although the home boys fought back in the last half, scoring 33 of their points in that ' section of the game. Diamond Bread was away to a 22 to 6 lead at the i rest period. | THE BOXSCOKE 1 D. BREAD--jn 1)01 C.HEHTY fc II I 2 'l o s i n!. f 4 n 1 «IL*-nnnii c f t '1 ilHrnkr K I n n s'«nn» B J i n "Forty-Miners" Beat Ace Outfit in Extra Session, After Tie in Full Game CRESCO, Jan. 6.--The "Forty- Niner" basketball club chalked up another victory by defeating the 'Mitchell All Stars," undefeated in the last seven games, in two overtime periods, by the score of 16 to 14. , After four breathless quarters, tne game stood in a 10 to 10 tie. During the first overtime period the score see-sawed back and forth and was 14 to 14 at the end of the first extra session. At the beginning of the second overtime period the "Forty-Niners" forged ahead when Nelson sank a field goal, and then the team clamped down to hold the "All-Stars" scoreless for the remainder of the session. PURDUE HOOPERS LOOK FOR CROWN Boilermakers Only Champ Outfit of Last Season to Escape Loss. By WILLIAM WEEKES. Associated Press Sports Writer. CHICAGO, Jan. 6. (J)--It's up to Purdue now to uphold the defending Big Ten basketball chamipon group, a task that proved too large for Illinois and Wisconsin in their opening starts. The Boilermakers, who share the title with Wisconsin and Illinois, will be called upon to conquer Ohio State at Columbus, in order to salvage anything in the way of opening date honors for the 1935 top flight trio. Wisconsin had the opportunity at Columbus Saturday night, but proved far from equal to the job. The Buckeyes won the ball game, 44 :o 23, to demonstrate that they will oe factors in the race. The highly ·egarded Badger defense fell apart before the slick passing of Warren Whitlinger, Ohio scoring ace. and his mates, while the Buckeyes permitted only six field goals. Illinois was the victim of a 27 to 26 upset at Iowa. The Hawkeyes, regarded as easy picking for the Illinois veterans, hustled at top speed VALLEY FIVES TO HIT SWIFT PACES Mizoo Loop Sees Plenty of Action During Week's League Contests. DBS MOINES. Jan. 6. (.T 1 )--The Missouri Valley conference basketball race assumes a torrid early season pace this week with all of the teams except Drake engaging in championship play. Grinnell. 39 to 38 winner over Washburn in an overtime period last Saturday, will be the most active team in the circuit. The Pioneers play three games during the next six days. They continue their tour of the southern end of the conference at Stillwater, Okla., against the Oklahoma Aggies. Tomorrow night Grinnell slops at Tulsa for a game with Tulsa University before returning home to prepare for another Valley contest with Washington at Grinnell Saturday night. In two other early games Washburn helps Washington inaugurate its conference season at St. Louis, and Drake steps outside the circuit to see what it can do about stopping the four game winning streak ol Iowa State, Big Six champion. Creighton, 1935 co-champion with Drake, starts conference play after an impressive record in preliminary contests against Tulsa University at Tulsa Friday night, and meets'the Oklahoma Aggies at Stillwater Saturday. Washburn has a non-conference match with Wichita U., at Topeka Saturday night. r JACK KEARNS ON WHITE LANE OSCAR ANDERSON to take a six point lead at half time and managed to hang on in the face of a brilliant second half mini rally. Harry Combes had a chance to tie it up or put the Illini a point ahead in the closing seconds, but missed two free throws. Five championship games will be presented Saturday night. Northwestern will open at Indiana, with Purdue at Chicago, Illinois at Wisconsin, Ohio State at Iowa, and Minnesota at Michigan. Catholic Teams Win and Lose in Algona Tussles ALGONA, Jan. 6.--The St. Cecelia's boys' and girls' basketball earns played Presentation of Whit. emore here Sunday afternoon. The ·Vlgona Boys' team won its fifth onsecutive victory of the season in ragged game, the score being 27 to 20. The Whittemore girls' team won in a powerful game, with a score of 45 to 6. The Whittemore team had good possing attack. Both IOWA CAGE TEAM SHOCKS SCORERS Because Hawkeyes Nose Past Illinois in Opening Tilt of Big Ten Court List. IOWA CITY, Jan. 6. (.T)--Iowa's basketball team, which surprised the Big Ten with a 27 to 26 victory over Illinois, made ready today for Ohio State, another of the loading favorites for the conference title. The Hawkayes piay the Buckeyes in the ficldhouse here Saturday night, and fro: " ed away fr from the way Ohio romp- rom Wisconsin by a 44 to 23 score, Iowa will have to continue its rapid improvement this week. Few of Iowa's most loyal followers thought Coach Rollie Williams' boys could turn back the prevlous- y undefeated Illini. The Hawkeyes lowever, look charge of the game 'rom the start. Throwing a tight dc- 'ense around the Illinois shooters, "owa stayed in the lead until late n the game when the visitors grab- Former Dempsey Backer Gets Another Boy; Broke, He's Still Great Friend. By EDDIE BKIETZ Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK. Jan. 6. (.^I--Jack Kearns, who piloted Jack Dempsey into the world's heavyweight championship, is back on Broadway . . . This trip he's managing a young heavyweight prospect named Hank Bath . . . Hank has won 36 of his 37 State Champs, Devils Battle in Two Scraps Austin, Davenport Set to Invade Mohawk Court Again. C.A.MKS THIS \\-KKK MuiKlny Y. IV. C. A. I.CUKIM-. Tui'sdny Mritiinvlj* V n. A i i N l l n . Trojmis v«. .Marsliall nnd S n l f t . Hnly Family v«. I. C. A . . Elnm. V. M. C. A. Thnrsdiiy I'rlilny rrniHirt ( 2 ) . fights by knockouts Doc says . . . he's a long ways off, but has what it takes . . . the kid gets his garden chance Friday night against Red Burman who, strangely enough, is handled by Dempsey. That stuff about Kearns and Dempsey not speaking is strictly the bunk while not as friendly bed point advantage. Algona teams here Jan. 14. meet Cylinder Rock Falls to Get New Coach as Duncan Goe: ROCK FALLS. Jan. 6.--Coa=: Hoadly of Platteville, Wis., will take over the Rock Falls high school basketball squad in the near future, replacing D. C. Duncan, who recently resigned. OUT OF THE PRESSBOX . - - By AL MITCHELL Here's on Honor Overlooked Knpccky f Boyrr t -no c d i R. Camplirll I fi (I 1 I', ",lmi»pll t 4 1 I I.. rnmnljrll f 4 II I llolnn r- n n n lii-lin ,- 2 II I F.. rnninlicll j; 3 II 1 A. c.impni-ll c n o o I 8 TOTALS - 2 0 R .'I TOTALS Al hnll: Diamond Krrad 12, DniiBlicHy'e.' I Forest City court. Forest City Preps Win in Ledyard Court Game FOREST CITY, Jan. 6.--Forest City high school's basketball team won from Ledyard by a score of 25 to 24 in a close game played at the local school gymnasium. Four of the Forest City team played in the state tournament at Cedar Falls last year. Hanson. Forest City center, was the high scorer of the evening, counting five field goals. Moulton and Warner of Ledyard each scored three field goals. On Friday night of this week the Forest city team plays at Bclmond and on Dec- 17 the traditional Lake Mills game will be played on the ONE OF THOSE "hurryup" working days...the one that saw this old scribbler digging into the records for the best performances of 1935...which were subsequently included in the Globe-Gazette's New Years edition....a big fact was overlooked. The fact: Mason City hi"h school claimed still another championship last year when it won the district wrestling title. * * * , * ,, THE MOHAWKS WON THEIR district test with a total of 36 points while Clanon trailed them in second place with 27. Mason City was third m the state in number of wrestlers qualified for the championship tournament, placing six m e n . . . F o r t Dodge and Cherokee placed nine each, while Valley Junction listed seven * * * ' * * , IN THE CHAMPIONSHIP FIGHT, the Mohawks didn't do as well . . . t h e y scored only 7 points, while Cresco romped away with the Iowa title by counting up 29. The Mason City total earned a tie for sixth place among a dozen teams. * * * * · * IT MIGHT BE MENTIONED, as long as district championships are up for discussion...that Mason City held two other district titles last year, winning them in basketball and baseball.. .of course the lesser honors were picked up on the way to state tournaments and state championships in the two sports. * * * * t * BUT, TO STICK TO wrestling for a few seconds longer.. I understand from Coach Howard Barker that Coaches Roy Jarrard of EaMc Grove and Finn B. Eriksen of Waterloo West are doinr some investigating this winter. They're comparing the A. A. U. point system for making decisions in wrestling matches with the time advantage nlan now used by high schools. =· ^ " * * * * * * SPACE IS LACKING for a real explanation of the two plans., briefly, the present system gives a time advantage to the wrestler who goes behind' and keeps his position. He must pile up more than a The Hawkeyes came right back or the winning points when FroJ Schwartz, substitute forward, tossed in a long fieloVoal. Illinois lost a chance to win In the final 15 seconds. Combes, who had scored 10 points, failed to make either of two free throws awarded him on Ed Thompson's foul. The Hawkeyes tied up the ball for the remaining seconds, and were off to another good start in the conference race. as when they were splitting Dempsey's earnings 50-50, they're still on good terms . . . Kearns ate his first New York dinner in Dcmpsey's Eighth Avenue spot . . . the former pals will be in opposite corners Fri. day night. Kearns is flat broke, but he is as jaunty as ever . . . Dempsey made him a fortune, but every dime has slipped away . . . Doc always was known as a good spender, but most of his roll went in bad rea! estate investments Hank Bath champion of th e world some day . . . and then he figures he'll get it all back. After the famous Dempsey-Kearns split, brought about by Kearns' op position to Jack's marriage !, Estelle Taylor, Kearns went into fistic retirement . . . he bobbed up to pilot Mickey Walker during the last days of the famous toy bull- . Holy Fnmlly nt .Swnlcdiilc. Snliinliv Siivny ClrlR VN. JHmnnnd Bread. Sunday Jnhnwkn v«. niKliiIpliltinm. Basketball's- back! The great winter sport of Nort Iowa finds its way into Mason City igain this week with a smashin^ program, now that the holiday doi drums have departed. Look at these features: A state champion team will play ;re. A state semi-finalist will alsi play. Two local leagues will play thei schedules. A fancy exhibition contest is list . . however, he's sure will be heavyweight dog's career then dropped out St. Ansgar Turns Fourth Victory Into Records as Nashua Loses Court Tilt ST. ANSGAR, Jan. 6.--St. Ansgar high school won from Nashua Saturday night, 38 to 26, in a game that was slow and ragged through the first half, but speedy in the closing sessions. The Saints get away to a 5 to 0 lead in the first quarter. Gordon played his usual outstanding game at forward, while Tesch ·starred at guard for the Saints. Simerson was Nashua's best bet and was the leading scorer for the Chickasaw team. The St. Ansgar ·eserves lost to Otranto by 31 to 17 n a preliminary game. Riceville will come here Friday night. The Nashua victory is the ourth straight for the Saints, who lave scored 153 points to 54 for heir opponents. of the picture again until he came up with Bath. * * » Helen Wills Moody says the luckiest tennis player of 1935 was Helen Wills Moody . . . also, she predicts the United States bring home the Davis cup this year . . . what, with Frccl Perry and Bunny Austin still playing for England? . . . Gil Dobie's rib tickling description of ed. Catholic high schools have two games at home. All those things- in Mason Cit; this week -- that's some starting pro gram for 1936. The big days are go ing to get under way without any delay, too. Starting Tuesday night the defending state champion o: Minnesota, Austin high school meets the Mohawks of Mason Cit, high -- who have ambitions toward a second state title themselves. Play Blue Devils. Of equal interest will be the Fri day night game that brings Daven port high school's Blue Devils to th Mason City court for the first timt in a good many seasons. The Devils are virtually the same team tha Mason City ousted in the semifinals of. last year's state tournament -and they're just as- tough as ever, coasting along undefeated this season. The Little Mohawks will also get nto action Friday against the Davenport sopohomores, while Mason Hity junior college's Trojans will ake their longest tour of the sea- on, going far to the northwest to meet Sheldon. The Trojans will also )Iay a local game on Tuesday, meet- ng Marshall and Swift's Cleaners in an opening attraction as Austin plays the program. Mohawks on the same PRESIDENT PROUD OF AMERICANS IN '35 MAJOR GAMES Harridge Forecasts Detroit Will Again Be Team to Beat in '36 Tilts. (This Is t';..- third of a series written cspcciiiTiy for th, Associated Press by , 1;1 |i nll!1I sporls leaders on results uf 1935 and the outlook for 1 93i). By WIU, I I A K R I D G K . (President, the American League) . CHICAGO. Jan. 6. (,rj_We American leaguers well can be proud of our players during 1935, for they not only won the all-star game for vhe third time but also were triumphant in the world series when the Detroit Tigers vanquished tha Chicago Cubs in six games. The Tig-ers did not look like champions in the spring. In fact, it seemed as if Now York. Chicago or Cleveland would finish in front, but Detroit after a very poor start, set- t e d down and gradually overcame Hie lead owned by four of their rivals, finally go i,,g. to lne f t remaining there. Chicago, after a most spectacular ·Purl at the outset of the season again experienced the bad luck that beset the White Sox in 1934 and with most of their regulars heir," injured at one time or Another slipped down to fifth place. Cleveland was handicapped because of acci- *n« V^'f New York lac ^ed its suspected strength in pitching Boston has its troubles i n its infield and those two veterans, Grove and Ferrei . pitching sensationally, could not bnngr t !le Red Sox h0m /| n ? ter than fourth place. To forecast the season's race several months in advance is a mort difficult task. Naturally, the question ,s: "What club or clubs q "an prevent Detroit from winning its third consecutive pennant?" "HO'V can I make such a prediction at this time when we do not know how the eight clubs will shape up at the start of the season ? cw trad es or deals already been made. Boston has bou-H Jimm.e Foxx, great batsman and John Marcum, Philadelphia's' best pitcher. Detroit has bought Outfielder Al Simmons. Boston also consummated a deal with Washington where it exchanged OutHeldefs Johnson and Reynolds for Outfielder Mancsb. New York traded Pitch- , ' T ' which ma the complexion of the 1930 the Princeton Tigers: possession of the ball "You have before you know it, Princeton has a touchdown." Best fighter in the lightweight card the other night was Bobby Pacho. the Cleveland Mexican failled Tony to impress. . Canzoneri took Champion one look Xorthside Has Pair. Holy Family will be the busiest of the Catholic schools this.week, playing Immaculate Conception ot East Elma here Tuesday night and going to Swaledale Friday, while St Joseph's will get into action on Sunday, meeting Rudolphinum's Rudo- hawks in a game at the Southsider Vaterloo Team Wins Again In North Iowa Match by 26-16 Count. OSAGE, Jan. 6.-Osagc's vastly nprovccl wrestling team offered opposition to the Waterloo yawned and said he guessed he'd ^_ home tp bed . . . his crown seems safe fur quite a spell . . . Leonard Del. Genio's foldup against Pacho shows you can't hang around too long waiting for big purses. Oorrton f firofli f ·Innr.oir T Hnlvnrsnn Vednrr c Trsrli c nuckfiK-uic [Ireland THK BOXSCOKB T. ANsr.AR--w NASHCA--35 is: M i i 1 2 II (1 Nnllnn f Slrlkr f Nnrmnn I c n s j 2 II 1 Simmon ( II II 1 Mrclov K · C 1 II 1 II I) 1 IB li 10 TOTALS prrliKls: · 5 1R Teachers to Face Tough Contest as Nodaks Play After Coe Court Tussle CEDAR FALLS, Jan. 6. (.P.--The Iowa State Teachers college baskct- ba.ll team faces its toughcsst competition of the season this week when it plays Coe at Cedar Rapids tomorrow night and North Dakota U. here Thursday night. Coe, with four thoroughly seasoned veterans, has one of the best teams in Iowa, and tripped the Panthers is to 15 in a n earlier game North Dakota. 1935 North Central conference champion, has- lost only one game in the last 20 starts. Th'j team averaged 45 point* a contest last year, and is setting a similar torrid pace this winter. gym. The visiting Catholics will come from Protivin. far to the northeast of Mason City. Probably the funniest battle of the week will be the Saturday night game scheduled by C. H. "Chuck' Lennan for Bakers. The meet at the Savoy A. C. Girls on the Y. M. C. A. court and any fan who saw the recent game between a pair of local squads and the St. Louis Girls can tell his friends about what a hair-pulling contest this one's likely to be. his Diamond Bread Mason Cityans will Algona Vet Selected as One of Body to Pick Out Stars of Old Diamonds , ALGONA. Jan. 6.--Jim Duryca, i East 125 -pound . , f m a t men here Saturday night, but bowed to superior force, 26 to 16. Coach Harrv Siever's proteges .sions ac- f , C ^ e d ^ r ¥ l s - d t w o d e c i s i while the Osage grapplers ,,.counted for three decisions and won f'v forfeit in the 135-pound class wne,. Ralph Bartz, East entry reported with an ear infection which to Kressly Wins Fall. Leman, Osage S5-pounder, put his team in the lead at th e start of the evening by decisioning Ken Kuttler Ken Kressley, East 95 pound candidate, tossed Kienest with a double tar arm in 1:15. Osage again took the lead when its 105-pound ace Viskocil, won a close decision from Ray Hollar. Victor Wilcox sent the invaders otf to a lead they never relinquished with a decision over Nichols in the llo-pound class. Algona, former major league player, received a letter from "Henry P. Edwards, secretary of baseball writers of America, stating that he had been named on the committee to ame five outstanding baseball players who played prior to 1900. j 155, tossed names of the players who are i face and -selected will be placed upon a tablet n the Hall of Fame .erected at Sinar Lindholm. , tossed Duncan with a reverse headlock and crotch hold in 6:10. Sherwood Wins Sixth. . oopertown. N. Y., the birthplace of baseball. Orlyn Alcock, Orange 145-pounder decisioned Loney: Lloyd Buehrcr. Johnson with a cross "' arm in 1:10 and Paul Sherwood. 165. took his straight victory of the minute's advantage over his opponent. The A. A. U. plan puts a premium on getting into and out of the positions of advantage and disadvantage. FIVE POINTS GO TO the wrestler who takes an opponent off his feet and goes behind; three points are allotted for the wrestler who escapes from an opponent's advantage, and five points aro earned by the wrestler who escapes and gains a position of advantage in one move ....points may also be given by the referee for aggressiveness Under such a system. Mason City would have defcaled Eagle Grove last Friday I n i g h t . . . t h e Mohawks lost, 20 to 16, on the time advantage plan Manly High School Wins and Ties in Cage Tilts MANLY. Jan. 6.--Manly high school had little trouble in defeating Grafton in half of a basketball doublehcader. the first team wln- Scarcello, West!; ning 39 to 1," Lcslie and Pinta dropped in basket, from all angles. The Manly girls played to a 19 to 19 tic with Grafton. Fertile and Sheffield arc the Railroaders' opposition this week, with Tuesday and Friday as t h e playitr- datcs. ' Northwood Preps Take in Kensett High Cage Team NORTHWOOD, Jan. 6.--Northwood high school defeated Kensett 27 to 17 on the local basketball court. The visitors led 4 to 3 at the end of the first quarter but could not maintain their advantage. Northwood leading 11 to 7 at half time. The third quarter was played on nearly even terms. Northwood scoring 7 points to 6 for Kensett. In the final q u a r t e r Northwood scored 9 points to -1 scored by Kensett. Lundberg of the Northwood t e a m was high point man with a total of H. Cooper Ir-d Kensett's scoring with S points. \ sixth season by flopping Christiansen in 2:30 with a Jritt Jay sees to Play Hosts for Cage Battle | h a m m e r Iock ani EMMETSBURG. Jan. 6. -- The Emmetsburg junior college cagers will play the Britt collegians there I Tuesday night, with all the regulars j reporting for practice here this I week after a two weeks' holiday. ) Darrah, Emmetsburg forward, who j injured his ankle in the Cherokee- I Emmelsburg conference tilt here | last Friday, will be back in the lineup against Britt Tuesday, school of- i ficials said. Sullivan, forward; Kerwick. center; Prorhnskn and Thicker, guards, will complete the ouin- tct. : K m m c t s h u r g high w i l l f a r e t h e P.uthvm high school five here Tues- : day night.- i wristlock and half nelson. Kurtz, Osage heavyweight took the last match of th e evening by pinning Fred Joyce in 4:15 with a nelson. Specialized Lubrication For All Makes of Cars! U We Miss a Fitting Greases - Best Service FREE Best Fin-stone A u l o Supply and Service Stores Ho East. Slate I'honr 7fifl

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