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RIDERS OF PINES BEAT JUMP RECORDS WORLD'S RECORD SET ON SKIS AT CALIFORNIA MEET All Engen Jumps 243 Feet Off Highest Slide in World for Title. BIG PINES, Gal., Feb. 2. UP)--A new world's record of 243 feet made on-the snow-covered ski Jump here (luring the southern California winter sports carnival, was creditrn today to Alt Engen of Salt Lakn City, Utah. Sliding down the 700-foot run way of the new jump, the world's highest, at an estimated speed ol 95 miles an hour yesterday, Bngeii glided off the hrink. and made a perfect landing, the officials crediting him with 17 points for form, the maximum awarded here, to sei the new mark. Two others' exceeded the old record. Lars Haugen of Lake Tahoe, Cal., twice jumped 231 feet and Halvor Hvalstadt, professional of the Los Angeles county recreation camp, cleared the same distance in his final lap. 'WINS AT CANTON CANTON, S. Dak. Iff)--Casper Oimoen, representing the Sioux Valley Ski club here, won the centra! amateur ski tournament championship Sunday. With 'jumps; of 164 and 160 feet Â·'' and excellent style, Oimoen easilj was the star-of the meet, staged in 50 degrees above temperatures and oh snow shipped in by truck from points 100 miles away. The warm sun melted the snow and slowed up competition. Sverre Fredheim, St. Paul bkl club, won the class B title, with tww jumps of 152 feet each. John Oliver, Minneapolis Ski club, was outstanding among the boy contestants. Oimoen, who holds the national and eastern amateur championships, also won the prize for the longest standing jump in the regular events with 164 feet and the longest standing jump in the special trials, 14Q feet. C O V E R S A WORLD OF CONTESTS FROM AUTO RACING TO BILLIARDS MASON CITY, IOWA, FEBRUARY 2 Bi 1931 CRESS, PATTON WIN HANDBALL CHAMPIONSHIP GRID PROBE ASKED Demand that West Point military athletic authorities' activities ba investigated has been made by Congressman Hamilton Fish of New Yorlt in connection with charges oÂ£ alleged efforts to induce Kenneth Goff, above, star Rhode Island State football pluyer, to enter" the academy. The charge's have ' been denied by Major Phillip B. Fleming, Army athletic director. Beats Rochester Team 30 1-2 to 11 1-2 on Chickasaw Canvas. . NEW HAMPTON, Feb. 2.--Bil Waters' New Hampton grapples defeated the Rochester, Minn., high here Saturday night 30 to lUfc Each team forfeited -a , match Rochester forfeited the 85 pound class because one of the men wa? ineligible and the other broke his arm in practice. New Hampton'for- feited the 165 class as they do not have anyone in that weight. New Hampton is scheduled to meat Clarion at New Hampton Sat. urday. Â·Â· Results:' 85 pound--Forfeit to Vaala (NH) 95 pound--Miller (NH) won de cision over Malvin ( R ) ' w i t h 00:29 timn advantage in overtime period 105 pound--Stephans (NH) threw Thurher (R) in 5:41. 115 pound--Rommell (R) threw McCahen (NH) In first overtime period time 00:26. 125 pound--Hassman (NH) thre^\ Winters (R) in 6:21. 135 pound--Scully (NH) won de cision over Anderson (R) time advantage 2:37. 145 pound--Adams ( N H ) am North (R) wrestled to a draw. 155 pound--Seery (NH) won de ,clsloh' over Welse' (R) time advan 'tage of 4:37. . Â· Â·' Heavyweight Fichbohn (NH threw Gustina (R) in 3:31. Referee, Bartelma (ISTC). LEAGUE STANDINGS MONDAY'S Women's LenKtle it (7 O'CTfiek. D, K. l.undberff VR. First National Hani an alleyn 1 and z, DcckerV Inwanofl v*. tandnrd Oil a filltys 3 and 4. Â· MnKon City novvlln? Jairuo nt 7:46. Faktor Bakery vs. International HnrvcMcr Company on nllcyn R nnA B. (ilabf-Gvifttt \t. N. W. St. P. Cemen Plant on alleys 7 and B. -Standing!! of Teams. 1. Oakland-Pontlno 3H 28 II 2. Falstaff Pale 39 Â£7 1Z 3. Ideal Sand and Gravp! Company -. .39 SB 14 4. Dftekc-rs* lou-ona* 33 24 IB JS. Allen Cafe 33 24 IS 6 . C h a m p l t n Refining C'omnany 39 24 16 1. Faktor Bakery 30 13 18 B. N. W. 81. P. Cement Plant 3Â» Â·Â·. IT 0. Joe Daniels' Service ...3!) 21 18 30. LyonV rieanm . . . . . . . . , 3 9 21 18 11. rircnlile FnH Co 39 20 19 12. Alias Special 39 18 !1 13. International Harvester Company' 39 10 23 14. Portly Bakery 30 11) IB. (ftapln O'Nell Coal 3!) 10 18. flermanson BmUicrs ,.3ft IB IT. Real Silk Hoilery 3!) IB 38. Olobc-Gnictle 39 U 18. Studebaker Free Â«TÂ»eel- era 39 13 tO. N. W. St. P. Cement Office : M 11 Rich Hnele: H. Lee, 2GB! hlcit thr total: Barhman, 654; winner nf the Fnlslatf for tho week: G. TTionl, City, n^th 6BO actual cnnnt. -IX tftra ROCK FALtS BEATS DICKINSON KAGLES 80-17 ROOK FALLS, Feb. 2.--Roc* Falls high school defeated the Dick- inaon Eagles 80-17. Ronln Pnl!.^ wl.. play Hani on town here Tuesday, ["earns Plan to Enter Third Annual Tourney 1 Kansas. in BALDWIN, Kan's., Feb. Z. (.11-Junior colleges In five middlewest crn and southwestern states have been invited to enter their Imsket ball teamg in the third annual tournament to be held here March 5 and 6 and 7 under the auspices ol the Baiter university athletic department. Teams in Kansas, Nebraska Iowa, Missouri and Oklahoma, hav- been asked to participate. The athletic management has announced it will .S2lect and train ah all-star quintet which will be entered in the national A. A. U. court touma raent at Kansaa City. ASON CITY MEN LES VICTORS AT CEDAR RAPIDS I Team/of Four Makes Good Showing in State Y ' Tournament. CEDAR RAPIDS, Feb: 2.--De- ipite a hard grind in-both singles and doubles thrvis the day. Mason City's doubles team consisting of G. E. Cress and Willis, Patton came .hru with a sparkling exhibition if handball Saturday night and won he state Y. ,M. C.' 'A. handball championship on the local courts.- Cress advanced to the semi-finals n:the singles division to be defeated, 21 to 12 and 21 to 12, by Dick Jringolf, Des Moines ace. Patton was defeated In th'e' third round by" Hollander of Cedar Rapids, who subsequently won the_. state championship from Bringolf. The Mason City boy, however, put up a game fight, lnning the seconrt game. Mason City Enters Four. .Mason City^was rep/esented by four in the tournament. All drew jyes in the first round of the singles. In the second round, Cress won rom. Wilbur of Davenport, 21 to 15 and 21 to 14. Grimsley defeated Conzett of Dubuque 21 to 20 and 21 to 20. Patton won from Crtt- chett of Des Moines, 21-11, 21-13. Hall was nut out by Kelly of Cedar Rapids, 21-3, 21-20. In the third round, Grimsley do- faulted to Cress and Hollander won rom.Patton, 21-2, 17-21 and 21-0. Competition in both singles ancl doubles proved too much of a strain on the Mason Cityanfr. and in the semi-finala match with ,Brinjolf, Cress elected to play an easy game and concentrate on doubles honors. Cedar Rapids Wins. Grimsley and Hall, paired for thÂ« doubles, made theic exit Â£rom thy tournament'by dropping two games out of three ^o-lBartiuelt ^and:'Ba.i- car of Cedar Rapids, 15-21, 21-15 and 21-20. Patton and Cress advanced to the finals and the championship by defeating Brownlee and Miller of Cedar Rapids: 21-17 and 21-6 and by WEEK-END SPORTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS GENERAL, SAN ANTONIO--Abe Espinosa closes with two rounds of 69 to'win Texas ^open golf title with 281; Harry Cooper, Joe Turneaa and Frank Walsh tie for second with 283. Â·Â· . . j PARIS--Borotra wins French t covered courts title for, third l straight year, beating Jean Lesueur, j t"'"^," _' 7 n i Q ^ 7 f i i i ! Â·" t *** W4 *-**r' -d, J.1-H, 0-1,0 i. | Ma j eaty second and third. DAYTONA BEACH, F!a.--Camp- j NEW ORLEANS--Jimmy 'Moran bell reaches speed of nearly 200 j Win3 ? i 0 ,ooo New Orleans handi- 4-5 seconds for 45 yard hurdles; Conger again beats Martin in mile. BIG PINES, Cttl. --Alf Enten, Salt Lake City, set new world's' record ski jump of 243 feet. PARIS--Nineteen nations file challenges fqr Davis cup in, European zone. CHICAGO--Pel! and Mortimer win national racquets title; beating Robert Gardiner and Howard Linn of Chicago, 15-6, 9-15, 15-11, 15-7. RACING AGUA C A L I E N T E - S h a s t a Broom wins $5,000 added speed : cap. miles an hour in test'run. DETROIT--Kaye Don, English I BOXING pilot, challenges for Harmsworth I BUENOS AIRES--Justo Suarez j nificance. BUSINESS FEN-BASKETBALL TO BE ENLIVENED Five Teams to Go Into Play but Only Three Contests Are of Significance. CHICAGO, Feb. 2. UP) - Business in the Big Ten basketball will ho enlivened a little this week with J ive teams in action. Only three con tests will be of championship sig speedboat trophy now held by Gar , i cnoc ks out Bruno Petrarca, Italy, Wood. BOSTON--Russell Chapman beats Phil Edwards in 1,000 yards run at Prout Memorial games; Monty Wells equals world's record of 5 in-first round. DORTMUND, Germany--H e i n Mueller wins German heavyweight title, defeating Hans Schoenrath on points at. 12 rounds; The program was to open Monday light at Minneapolis where Min iesota,-tied with Indiana Tor secon-i olace, planned to entertain Iowa The Gophers moved up even with Indiana Saturday night by trim- ming Chicago, 30 to 27, and on paper appeared capable of taking suit possession of the runnerup position at the expense of the Haivkejes. Oliio State Sufiers Reverse At the same time Ohio State will tackle Columbia's lion at New !?orh in the second game of an eastern invasion. The Buckeyes .suftered a severe reverse Saturday night, lod- ing to the Army by 40 to 29. Indiana will engage in non-con- terence competition Tuesciay night, meeting Notre Dame at Bloomington. Saturday night Northwestern's undefeated quintet will entertain Chicago, while Purdue and Indiana meet for the first time pÂ£ the season on the latter's floor. Wildcats Fear Little. Northwestern should have littlo trouble in talcing care ol thJ Maropns, but the Purdue- Indiana fracas promises to be a battle royal. ' , The Hoosiers have the more im pressive record for the season but a shift in the Boilermaker lineup which sent Johnny Wooden to for CAPT, CAMPBELL WAITS FOR TIDE TO RECEDE MORE Says He Will Not Attest His Record Run Until Beach Is Right. CAYTONA BEACH, Fla., Feb. 2. UPl-- With the motor of his Bluebird TI tuned'to p. hip;h pitch. Captain Malcolm Campbell, British contender for the world's automobile speed record, Monday waited for high tide to recede sufficiently to permit a series of practice trials over a nine milo course. With low tide arriving at 1:30 p. m., Campbell hoped conditions would permit him to tow the machine to the beach before noon. Ordinarily, .it, is possible to raca on the bench from one to two hours before and after low tide. Any possibility that - Campbell might try for the record Monday was blasted by his own statement that he would 'not make his official trials until beach conditions improved and-the fact that Odis Porter, official timer, had not arrived from his home at Hollywood, Fla, ward and .' Harry Kellar to guard, operated, so well against Miami last Saturday that Coach Ward Lambert's five was rated as an even bet. defeating Hutchinson and Sophei 1 20-21, 21-13 and 21-0. Five towns--Das Moines, Davenport, Dubuque, Mason City ant] Cedar Rapids--were represented in the competition, and there vvera about 40 individuals registered. The three new courts provided excellent faculties and a hope was expressed by participants that thÂ» event could be held every year in Cedar Rapu!s because it is BO centrally situated. Conference in H o p e l e s s Tangle as Etuefays Face Big Card. By ^y^JJUR c-PETEUSON. Associated Press Sports Writer. DBS' MOINES, Feb. 2. OB--Mistreated by "13'of the 17 teams they already have met from outside their intimate circle, Missouri Valley conference basketball teams this week combine au effort to improve their non-conference averages with an attempt to clarify a near hopeless title argument. Three conference games, two of which involve Creighton's Bluejays and Oklahoma Aggies in a two- game series at Stillwater, are sandwiched in between six non-title jousts. Bluejays to Meet Aggie*. The BIuejay-Aggies games will be playd Friday and Saturday after each has met a Big Six-conference quintet on Tuesday. Creighton meets Missouri at Omaha and the Aggies clash with Kansas at Lawrence. Drake and Washington, tied \vith the Aggiss for second plnce n half game behind Creighton, clash in the other title game at St. Louis Friday. Drake meets Kirksville Osteopaths on Thursday and St. Louis university in Saturday while on thp three-game Missouri invasion. Grinnel, which held to a fightins chance to finish on top by beating 'Oklahoma A. M.. 2R to' 39 last week, devotes its entire attention to non-conference tussles with Coo ni Cedar Rapids Monday and Mar -uiette at Milwaukee Saturday. Pioneers Near Lend. Â· The Pioneers, with their stable ol veterans Intact, are only one gnmr out of first place, altho occupying the cellar. Their left-handed shni-mhooti- 1 - invard Frank D'mcan. Is tlÂ«d w i t ' 'he veteran Ted Rnimspl'o of Wnn'i 'nirton for thr Inriivl^'ia) sr"ri-- Â·yriprflhlr) cnnh hnq 35 points ' Â·nore than Mmirirc Van Arl'"i--" Creighton's principal point-getter. Kansas, Nebraska Move Into Tight Positions With Huskers in Lead. By CHARLES A. GRUMICH Associated Press Sports Writer. KANSAS CITY, Feb. 2. /P--The Big Six basketball championship race has' settled Into a dual affair between Nebraska and Kansas, with' the Huskers holding almost a certainty of leading the pack for another week at least. Nebraska added Iowa State to its list of victims last wcek^ by a 31 to 19 victory at Lincoln Saturday night, just about 24 hours after the Cyclones delivered a severe setback to the title hopes of the Kansas Aggies In a game at Manhattan, won by Iowa State, 40 to 31. Kansas E!e:!s Missouri. Kansas, defeated this season only by Nebraska and then by a single point, victimized a reconstructed Missouri team which had renewed hopes with the return to eligibility of Max Collings. a star guard. The Tigers made an impressive start but slipped and then fell easy prey to the Jayhawkers after Charlie Huhn Missouri center, was ousted for elbowing Big Bill Johnson, the Kansas jumper. Missouri had climbed a rung al the expense of the last place Soon- ers when they entered the homeland of the .Tayhnwkers. The defending champion Tigers, however, have fooled the early ffuessers who reserved last place all season for the Miasourians. nmv tied With lown State for fourth place. Nebraska to Meet Tigers. Nebraska meets the Timers npxt Saturday night in conference conv petition and the Butler university quintet in an exhibition n t Uncnln Monday night. 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