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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 3, 1931
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PAIRINGS MADE FOR PRACTICE TOURNEY GOPHERS DEFEAT HAWKEYES 36 TO H IN EASY TILT lowans Hold in First Half for 18 to 12 Count but Lose in Last. MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 3. UP-University of Iowa Hawkeyes were · able to score only two field goals as 5 the - University of Minnesota!, de- 1 feated them 36 to 14 in a Big Ten i conference basketball game here '{ Monday night. i : The lowans held the northerners to-fairly even terms in the initial session, the midpoint tally being 18 to 12 in the Gophers' favor. Duplicating their scoring and J their furious offensive work in the '* second half, however, the Minne-' sotans found the Hawkeyes wilting before the sharp assault and rather rough play. The winners scored 16 field goals in the second frame. Earl Loose, forward, tallied 11 points for the victors. Iowa's field goals were made by Kotlow, forward, and Riegert, guard. Mowry, forward, counted four free throws. Summary: IOWA--14 FG FT Koser, f 0 2 Williamson, f '.'.. .0 B Kotlow, f 1 0 Mowry, f . . , 0 4 Aherns, c .0 1 Hauser, c 0 1 Rcinhardt, g .0 0 Epstein, g 0 0 Riegert, g 1 ·. 0 C O V E R S A WORLD OF CONTESTS LOBE-GAZETTE FROM AUTO RACING TO BILLIARDS MASON CITY, IOWA, FEBRUARY 3 1931 COCA COLA, CANVAS COMPANY WIN Y GAMES SPORT SIDELIGHTS US .JACK SORHS PF 1 (I 0 Totals 2 10 MINNESOTA--SB FG FT Shoening, f .'3 1 Sonimer, £ 1 0 Loose,' f 5 1 Krezowski, f '...1 0 Bondy, c 2 1 Bethel, c 0 0 Cielusak, g 1 0 Licht, g 2 1 Robinson, g 1 0 Totals 16 Referee, Henderson, Pittsburgh; umpire, Kearns, DePuuI. INTERSTATE PIN ·QURNEY CLOSES WITH TRIO HIGH Council Bluffs, Omaha and Sioux City Share Honors in Tourney Events. SIOUX CITY, Feb. 3. (.'PI--Sioux City, Council Bluffs and Omaha Kcglers shared ^honors in the interstate bowling tournament which closed here Monday night. In the team events, Perasso undertakers of Sioux City, took first place with a score of 2,954. J. White And Goodsite of Sioux City took the PF 14 honors in the doubles with Jackson of Council Bluffs 1,321. easily won the singles event with 709, and Joe Koran of Omaha walked off with the all-events trophy with 1,917. While in each instance first place rankings were won by substantial margins, races for second and third honors were closer. Among the quintets, Omaha trunk factory bowlers of Omaha scored · 844 pins 10 less than the leaders and 27 more than the Garlow alleys fellow townsmen. .The War Eagle alleys of Sioux City were one point lower. 2,916. One point separated Learn and J Koran of Omaha from Moylan and Brannian of Omaha, the former toppling 1,291 pins. - Jackson 'topped Tagstrom ol | l Sioux City by 29 pints. Brensen. 'I Omaha, was third with 668; Bailey ' of Fort Dodge fourth, and Coffm, Des Moines, fifth. P*' American, National League Teams to Meet in 70 Practice Games. CHICAGO, Feb. 3. UP)--American baseball clubs will meet National league teams 70 times, during f h e s'primr training reason, and win play 13-1 contests with minor league clubs The Detroit Tigers have arranged the heaviest last, having scheduled 10 games with Pittsburgh and 25 with Pacific coast league teams. The New York Yankees will play 3S games. St. Louis 26. Chicago antl Philadelphia 24 each, Boston and Cleveland 22 each and Washington 18. Of the White Sox' and Athletics' 24 contests, 17 are listed with National league teams. Because of their comparatively isolated training camp locations Washington, Bosttn and Cleveland will confine their spring activities tr competition with minor league clubs to a large extent. The Senators and Red Sox will not encounter major opposition Tintil they return homt while Cleveland will wait until twn days before the ooenintr of UK 1 championship season before engncj. inp the Cincinnati Reds at Cincin call. "Favgo Express" Receives* His First Kayo Within 24 Seconds of Bout. By CHARLES W. DUNKLEY x Associated Press Sports Writer ST. PAUL, Feb. 3. (JP--A sawed- off, barrel-chested young man from Minneapolis named Henry Tuttle, fighting \ -ider the name of King Tut, finds himself in a spot Tuesday to cause Tony Canzoneri, lightweight champion of the world, a lot of worry. ,, Tut jumped into the commanding position as a ranking challenger for the lightweight championship last night by scoring a startling upset victory over the battle-scarred Billy Petrolle in exactly 24 seconds. He knocked out the famed "Far go Express" before he could get out, of his, own corner and to the amazement of a record-smashing, capacity crowd of 10,249 spectators. Kilig Wants Match. The King intends to Eorce Canzoneri into a title match Petrolie had been in line for the match as the result of a victory over Canzoneri before he became lightweight champion, and also his surprise triumph over Jimmy McLarnin. The knockout was the first for Petrolic altho he had twice previously fallen victim to technical knockouts. As the bell clanged starting the figflt, Tut charged out of his corner, rushed across the ring and caught Petrolle before he could advance a step. Swinging a right hand punch that started from his hips, he caught the bewildered Petfolle o:, the rim of the chin. That blow dazed him and he desperately attempted to clinch. But the bull-like Tut wrestled him oft and then cracked him on the jaw with a barrage of rights and lefts Petrolle's legs bent under him anc he sank to the canvas, landing on his haunches, with his head hanging over the second rope! of the ring. Fails to Land n Blow. While sitting in this position, un conscious to the excitement, Petrolle was counted out. He instinctively attempted to get up at the count o nine, but his benumbed muscles re King Tut Knocks Out Billy Petrolle in 1 PENN PLANS TO CHANGE OROER IN ATHLETIC BEVERAGE TEAM GIVES HAMILTON FIVE 20-8 LOSS Connelly, Christensen Tie Honors as Tent Men Win From Brownies 41-9. VEDNESDAY'S SCHEDULE: Y's Men vs. Coca Cola ut 7:30. Diamond Bread vs. Gildners nt 8:30. Canvas company vs. Junior College at 9:30. Two more'games went on the icore books with lop-sided counts m he city league basketball tournament at the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium onday evening with the Coca Cola ive downing the Hamilton quintet 20 to 8 and the Canvas company .rouncing the Brownies 41 to 9. Spectacular playing was at a itandstill with the exception of that of an additional Hamilton man who turned out to be the high scoring ace for the aggregation with his ong shots from most any position m which he could manage to get hold of the ball. Barnes was his name and he accomplished some clever dribbling. High scoring honors for the opening game went to Gross and Johnson of the Coca Cola team with three field goals each. The second game of the evening's series was the better of the two for clever basketball with the Canvas company doing most of the performing. Connelly, and Christensen tied for high honors with five fieM goals each. Martinson and Hendrickson were the runnerup pair for the Tent Makers with six points each. E. Martin gave the best exhibition oE cage play for the Brownies with a pair of field goals and charity toss. COCOA COLA--20 FG FT PF Dicit, f i n Trayer, f 2 0 Gross, f 3 0 Stock, c 0 0 Johnson, g- 3 0 Folansky, g ( ( Coyle, g 1 UNOFFICIALLY A FOUR-MILE-A-MINUTE MAN fused to respond and he sank back completely out. He did not Innd a single punch. Tut weighed 138V? pounds. H had agreed to weigh no more than 140 pounds. 0 Totals 10 0 11 Substitutions: Trayer for Dick, Lynch for Gross, I'ohmsky for John- sun, Dick for Truyer, Gross for Lynch, Stock for Johnson, Cole for Stock, Lynch for Polansky, Trayer for DicU. Announces Scheme to Abolish Alumni Board and Stress Minor Sports. By EDWARD J. NIDIL. PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 3. X-- ic entire ath'letic structure at the University of Pennsylvania will be reorganized upon a basis of sihv ilicity and "under-emphasia" in the nost drastic single upheaval m' eastern intercollegiate sports history. Control and management of athletics have been .taken over completely by Thomas S. Gates, president of the university, and hia board of trustees, while the sports themselves will be given back to the students. To Abolish Council. The present all-powerful council on athletics, composed of alumni, students and faculty, will be abolished. Spring and pre-season training in football, training camps, training tables, dormitories for athletes, as well as scholarship and beyond that won in the classroom, have been wiped out. In all sports, coaches wil' be made members of the faculty an;] will receive the salaries of faculty membern. Intercollegiate competition will be fostered with natural rivals on n year-round basis thru the whole range o£ teams in each sport. Tn Promote Athletics. Intrn-mural athletics will be stressed, every student will be urgci to take part in some sport, and the development of proficient athlete: under this system "will tend to lessen the necessity for dependence upon enrollment of star athletes a a basis for varsity teams." In a 23-page bulletin publishei Tuesday. President Gates announcec these changes, and accepted the re port of an investigating committee HAMILTON'S--8 Felix, f Median, f .. LCitll; C! Matte, g .. . Barnes, K · · · FG FT I .. 0 0 1 . .0 2 · 2 " . .0 . .0 a Totals 2 4 Referee: Murray. CANVAS COSIPANY--11 FG FT I'F \Iarlinson, f S 0 » Iciirickson 2 2 I Nance, f 1 I) 2 lubh'ard, f 2 0 0 j'onnelly, c i 0 1 Jhrislensen, c 5 0 1 Finlayson, g . ft 0 I Port, g 1 1 I Totals ,. .. 1!) S " Substitutions: Hcndriuksoii f o · Martinson, Hubburd for N'niicc, Chrislensen lor Connelly, Larson for Port, Port for Finlaysou, Hctidrlok- son for Port, Nunce for Hubburd, Connelly for Hendrickson, Hubbnrd for Christenson, nelly. BROWNIES--!J A. Martin, f ... L. Shipp, f II. Williams, c . 1 Shipp, K Ciibbell, g . E. Martin, g ... Larson for Con- FG FT PF .'. 0 0 l . I 1 .0 () CEMENT MAKERS 3 TO INK BOWLERS Faktor Bakery Takes 2 Out of 3 From Harvesters; Morphew Is Hight. Tuesday's Schedule. Falstuff vs. StuilL'Imher Free Wheelers on alleys 5 and G at 7:45. Allen Cafe vs. Atlas Special on alleys 7 and 8 at 8:1 ". Deckers league was scheduled for 7:45. The Globe-Gaztttte rejuvenated five won three games straight from the Northwestern States Portland Cement plant team in Monday night's bowling in the city league. The Faktor Bakery won two out of three games from the Internalioual Harvester company in losing tha middle game by 10 pins. Vern Morphew was high a!: around with 216 for the high single game of the evening and 080 lor the three game total, with an average of 193 Cor the series. Mullan won the theater tickets with a count o£ 616, which included his handicap. Vern Morphew was nigh on the week's scoring for the Fal-stuff prize. FAKTOR BAKERY ...216 173 101 ...168 112 13S ...163 176 165 ...180 182 ISO ...141 201 161 . . . 53 53 53 Totals 3 Substitutions: Cabliell S (i for J. Ship;), J. Shipp for Cull»;)l, CnhbcJI for I!. Williams, II. Williams for J. Shipp. Kcfcrcr: Murray. FIGHT RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ST. PAUL -- King Tut, Minneapolis, knocked out Billy Petrolle. Fargo, N. D., ( 1 ) ; Frank Battaglla Winnipeg, Man., stopped Angelo Puglist, Duluth. Minn., ( 4 ) ; Jimnry Evans. Los Angeles, Frankie Petrolle, Dak., ( 7 i . ROCHESTER.. N. Y. less. Auburn, N. Y., knocked Fargo. out N Bucky Law knocked out Pinkey Kaufman, Youngstown Ohio, ( 4 ) . NEWARK? N. J. -- lohnny Pile, ' New York, outpointed Pete Latzv Scranton, Pa. (10) BIRMINGHAM, Ala.-- Petey Sarron, Birmingham, outpointed Emi' Paluso, Salt Lake City (10). CHICAGO-- Willie Oster, Boston knocked out K. O. Brown, Indian apolis (11. PAULEY, CARROLL LEAD MARATHON ! Distance Swims Gain Favor Morphew . Krumbbolz M. Faktor Dunton - . . G. Faktor Handicap'. 580 416 504 542 506 159 Totals 2707 .921 900 886 Team average 2707--902. INTERNATIONAL HARV. CO. Barber 167 Loring 133 Towner 90 Walker .. ..188 R. Lee 197 Handicap 55 ISO 201 136 189 158 55 1G8 J57 Kiii 160 51) 511 H02 383 542 51n Speeds Over Sand at 240 MileAverage CapL Campbell Makes Unofficial Mark in Test Run D AYTONA BEACH, Fla., Feb. 3. Ul'i--With ideal beach conditions prevailing and his trim racing car tuned for perfection, Capt. Malcolm Campbell Tuesday set out to establish a new world's automobile speed record on the glistening sands of the natural speedway here. Highly elated over his machine's performance Monday, when he attained an unofficial clip of approx- lately 240 miles an hour, the 46 ear old British driver was content of setting a new mark con- derably higher than the present ecord of 231 miles an hour estab- shed in 1929 by the late Sir Henry cgrave, also of England. To Take Four Mile SLsirt. Campbell planned to take a four nile running start. After flashing ast the finish wire, approximately our miles is required to bring his ar to a stop. His plan change tires, in- pect his icar and make another run n the oposite direction, which was o be completed 30 minutes after the tart of the first. He is the only mat) alive who ha? lashed over. Old Mother Earth at n peed exceeding 200 miles an hour. The tool with which he hopes to arve out this mark is a giant metal nonster of terrific horsepower and. according to the builders, capable attaining a speed of 300 miles an lour. Tried Onoo Before. Several years ago Campbell came Florida and set a record which as later washed from the books by oerformancc.s of the late Ray Keech ind the late Sir Harry Scgrave. Last year Campbell tried for a new mark in South Africa hut con- iitions and bis car were not suitable to the occasion and he is back in Florida again, confident of attaining lis goal. KIESTER TO PLAY ALDEN KIESTER, Minn., Feb. 3.-- Kiester's basketeers were scheduled with the Alden town team for Tuesday. Tho Kiestcr town team is newly organized and has played but ono game so far. at Aquatic Club in Y. M. C. A. Pool. The marathon swim, which Is being conducted at the Y. M. C. A pool each Thursday evening is going great, according to reports from Ivan A. Barnes, physical director for the Y. The swim is being conducted in the Life Saving and Aquatic Club classes. Jim Pauley is in the lead at present. He has covered one mile of the course. The Junior course is 10 miles in distance and the senior IP 20 miles. .Tesse Carroll is in the lead for the seniors. Totals 830 919 869 2611 Team average 2618--873. GLOBE-GAZETTE Carle 179 154 152 48 Whalen 162 179 168 50 Sweeney 142 186 178 50 Dusold 171 .163 151 48 Mullan 179 202 178 55 Handicap 76 76 76 22 Totals 909 960 901 277 Team average 2770--923. N. W. ST. P. CEMENT PLANT Bull 157 178 145 48 Schutu 155 141 138 M. Pirkle 179 156 193 T. Johnson ...171 174 150 Lavelle . . . . . 137 179 160 Handicap 52 52 52 Tolals 851 880 538 Team average 2569--823. 49 47 If 2569 DECKERS' TOEN BOWLERS DEFEAT STANDARD OIL 5 D. K. Lundberg's Pin Team 'Takes 3 Straight From First National. Deckers' lowanas won three games straight from the Standard Oil five in Monday's bowling in the Women's-league and the D. K. Lundberg team took three straight from the First National bank. Miss Ella Woisnack took the high three game total count with 536 and rolled a high single game of 209. Miss Woisnak is a former women'a state champion and has the firt medal ever given at the state tour- NORTH IOWA'S 6 FIVES TO ENGAGE IN ANNUAL TILT Last Season's Entry List Excelled by 5 Teams; Two Trophies Up. TUESDAY'S SCHEDULE JMason City MolimvUs ut Webster City. Junior College Trojmis ut Eaglo Grove. Pairings for the North Iowa basketball teams in tho class B tournament scheduled to open at the high school gymnasium Friday afternoon have been completed and are being announced to tho schools entered in the tourney this week. The entry list totaled 21 schools this year, which showed an increase of five over 1930 when 16 teams were entered. The purpose of tlie tournament is to enable teams from smaller towns to have an opportunity to play on a large floor before the actual competition of the regular -sectional tournaments la be held in March. Play is scheduled to begin Friday afternoon and will continue thruout the day. The quarter finals are scheduled to be played Saturday morning and the semifinals Saturday afternoon. The final game will bo played Saturday evening at S:;il) with the consolation game scheduled for 7:30. A handsome pillar trophy, with n basketball player on the top of it, will be the award for the winning team of the tournament. The run- neiup will also receive a reward in a smaller statuet of a player. Both trophies are the best ever offered in the class B tournament play here. TOURNEY VAIRINGS. | First Round. Uudil vs. St. Joseph at 2 o'clock Friday lit the high school. Nora Springs vs. Mason Cily ut 3 o'clock Friday at tho Y. M. C. A. ' Hunlontown vs. Mitchell at 3 o'clock Friday nt the high nchool. Ilnckford vs. JJritt ut 3 o'clock Friday at thu Y. M. C. A. Miinly vs. Holy Family at 4 o'clock Friday ;it Iho high school. Ventura, Orchard, SheHleUl, Fertile, Floyd, Swiiledalo, Alexander, Plymouth, Uoclc Falls, Orafton 'and Kcnaott all drc'.v byes Ui tU° *l*5t-- round of play. Second Round. Ventura vs. winner of Rudd-St. Joseph game nt G o'clock Friday at tliu high school. Orchard vs. Sheffield nt 5 o'clock Friday ut (lie liiRh school. Fertile vs. Floyd at 6 o'clock Friday iit the Y. M.'C. A. Stviilcdnta vs. winner of Nor;i Springs-Mason City game at T o'clock Friday nt 1ho high school. Alexander vs. winner of Haiilon- town-MitchcH game nt 7 o'clock Friday nt tho Y. M. C. A. Plymouth VK. \vjnncr of Iho J7ock- fonl-Britt game at 8 o'clock Friday ut tlio high school. Kock Fulls vs. winner Munly-Holy Family game nt 9 o'clock Friday at the. high school. Kensfltt vs. Grafton at 4 o'clock Friday at tlio Y. itL C. A. nament. Gigax I). K. LUNDBERG ........ 00 100 130 Miller ........ 140 88 117 M u r r a y ...... 9-1 109 146 Lewis ........ 84 145 73 Renner ....... SI 117 108 Handicap ____ 63 63 63 329 345 349 302 30G 189 622 037 1820 Totals 561 Team average 1820--GOT. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Rogers 119 12-1 135 .103 118 . 84 79 110 104 Dougherty Catlin Hagenstein McLaughlin Handicap . . 42 .105 . 75 102 8G 57 76 75 378 323 249 215 285 225 KANAWHA BEATS KLKMMK -in TO 19 KANAWHA, Feb. 3.--The Kanawha independent basketball team defeated the Klemme independents 49 to 19 on the local floor Monday night. Kerens of Klemme shot several long baskets, one of which traveled w i t h i n 10 feet of the entire length of tho gym. Attention was also called to the erroneous statement that Kanawha lost to Luverne 44 to 24. Kanawha defeated Luverne by the same score Totals 528 61(5 531 Team average 1675--558. DECKERS' IOWANAS Woisnak 209 165 162 Potter 70 62 61 H. Eriekson . .107 92 114 Latta 71 SO 79 M. Erickson . . 88 121 139 Handicap 75 75 75 Totals 620 595 030 Team average 1845--615. STANDARD OIL Wall 138 101 133 RniiKh 120 92 73 Frcebcrg 83 McCorkle 66 75 74 Diercks 81 98 87 Burke 112 91 Handicap . . . . 95 74 74 1675 536 193 313 230 348 225 1845 o OTRANTO PLAYS IN S GAMR SERIES OTRANTO. Feb. 3.--Results recent basketball games: Orchard high 28; Otranto high 8. Otranto seconds 16; Orchard sec ondii 11. Otranto Stars 32; Rudd Indepen dents 24. 372 291 83 215 266 203 243 Totals 502 550 534 1670 Team average 1676--550. To Sponsor Amateur Boxing Tournament Wednesday Evening. The K. C. Athletic club announcer! its first amateur boxing tournament Tuesday, which will bo held Wednesday evening at the recently opened gymnasium In the K. C. building. The show is strictly amateur and is an exhibition of what local boys have learned in a short period of {raining. The gymnasium is operated by Jim Hines and Carl Kriegcr and was opened for training purposes for boxers 'or businessmen who desired training along this line of sport. Shower baths and dressing rooms have been installed and a boxing ring and large sand punching ba^ have been erected. In a recent statement to Joe Kelly, local fight promoter, Jim Hines said that all devices for a gymnasium will bo provided. Mr. -lines also announced that a small nembership fee would be charged. This is strictly amateur, however, ind is of no direct, interference to the professional boxing shows oE the Drum Corps. Carl Kriegcr plans to give boxing lessons at the gymnasium, which is open nearly every afternoon and evening of the week. ·EXPENSIVE CURIOSITY. She--You don't love me any more When you sec me crying now you don't ask me why. He--I'm awfully sorry, dear, but that question has already cost m a lot of moricy.--Answers. ISO YD HOWLING CO. M/ 2 Eiiflt State AMATEUR EXHIBITION By All Mason City Boys WEDNESDAY, FEB. 1 7::iO 1'. M. K. C. HALL ALL MEN WELCOME Admission 25« K. C. ATHLETIC CLUB

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