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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

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BASKETBALL · * * o v · · · · Eighteen teams will participate in sectional basketball tournament scheduled for Mason City high school floor March 1, 2 and 3. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1934 B O X I N G Freddie Tompkins risks state title at 140 pounds against Mexican Joe Rivers of Cedar Rapids in armory battle at B:30 Thursday. OUT OF THE MITCHELL^ Student-Athlete It's always pleasing to disprove contentions that athletic ability and scholastic ability do not go together. Latest to aid in such proof is Parrott of Mason City, who will probably be a factor in University of Wisconsin football next fall, although he will be only a sophomore. : * 4 Tho former Mohawk hud an "A" scholastic record nt \Vlx: consin as first semester grades were turned In, and totaled 51 grade points. \Vhilo the Wisconsin system of grmlinjr Is not familiar to us, Parrott's mark Is the highest ever set by a, freshman athlete. f " * Room for All Evron Karges has a. problem In getting the ping-pong- tournament planned by Y. M. C. A. and Mason City Sporting Goods under way. His problem is in getting the entry ;of ping-pongers, if that term is per- missable, who feel that they aren't good enough to compete in the citywide match. * * » The tournament s p o n s o r s planned tho meeting ^s an open event, with room for every ping-poug player who wished to swing a paddle. The more, the merrier--that applies in this meeting. "Two new centers for registration have been added to the list; senior 'entrants may now register at the ·Michael and Casey drug companies in addition to the places first announced. And the senior prize has been . chosen. It's to bo a plaque, ' while tho boys' section of the · tournament will vlo f«r an official table tennis outfit. * * R Another Record Here's a record from Martin Smith, manager of the Woden Indepe: .it basketball club, to add to the north Iowa list of prosperous basketball seasons. Tho Woden In- "V (Turn to Market Face) MOHAWKS TOUR--TROJANS AT HOME WANDERERS WILL SEEK 11TH COURT VICTORY ON TRIP East Sioux City to Oppose Bid on Home Court in Friday Contest. PROIIAIILE LlNEVl'S ! .MASON C1TV EAST Of S1O1JX t l T V Heruener IIF llosenlierci-r llnfrer Ltr Olson SUlNker V .Mlrh;,.|sm, Bums (c) BQ Van Ilonyan ·""· I.G Huntlll Twelve wandering Mohawk cagers from Mason City high school will take to the warpath Friday when they trek to Sioux City to test East high as they try for their eleventh consecutive win. Although Central of Sioux City succumbed on the local court last Friday, East promises to offer an entirely different brand of competition. The last team to heat the Mo- iiawks, East will strive to make it two in a row off the local team by breaking the Red and Black cagers' 10 game winning orgy. However, since that night on Dec 22, when East won from the locals 25 to 17, Mason City has improved considerably, as is attested by its victory record. Strongest Team Scheduled. It will be the strongest harrier in a difficult Mohawk schedule, and a close contest is predicted, with Bast being given the edge. By right of its record showing an undefeat- Wolves Howl for PreyinM.C.H.S. Court on Friday Junior College Team Mayj Raise Percentage in j Hawkeye League. i Cleaners Keep Standing as Bakers Win by 54-16 College Cagers Also*" Register Victory in Y League. Used Cars Honestly Represented AND SOLD AT BARGAINJRICES 1933 OLDS 2 door $645 This car looks new in every detail. Finished in black with mohair upholstery. 1932 CHEV. 2 door $395 Maroon finish. Very low mileage. 1931 FORD Vic... $295 This late model is A-l. Will give good, economical transportation. 1931PONTIAC4dr.$335 This small sedan is a bargain. It has had good care. 1930BUICKsptcpe.$445 Look this fine car over. A luxury car at moderate price. 1929 FORD 2 door $145 For an economical car, see today 1929 PLYMO. 4 dr. $145 A large, roomv. 1 cylinder car. Hydraulic fciHKes. A bargain. 1928CHRYSLER2dr.$95 Original owner bought a Buick. 1926 BUICK 4 door $85 ( This car for dependability v (l927PONTIAC4dr.$95 I Another low priced bargain. OVERLAND Sedan.. $65 '29 OLDS Sedan.. $265 29 BUICK 4 door $265 tirum-Olson Co. 16 North Federal Phone 288 UICKS, OLDSMOBir,ES, CMC RUCKS, FIRESTONE TIKES TICKETS HERE Mason City's allotment of tickets to the finals of the Iowa high school basketball tournament at Cedar Falls has been received by Principal James Rae of Mason City high school, it has been announced. Orders arc to be placed with Principal Rae, and will be filled in order of application; the number of tickets is limited. The 52 season ticket is the only one sold for the Cedar Falls tournament to be held March 15, 16 and 17; it is transferable, and assures the holder of a seat in the fieldhouse. although it does not reserve a particular seat. KSTHKH- vii.r.n .i. Helm (c) Hiinlrrm McOrCKor , . , MAIISIIAI.T,. SWIFT-Tracy Znndcr .Murray . . . . . . Coan MatliJa.M 1'ItonAllI.C . . U P . . . -1.V. . . . . C . . . . . IIG . . ..1.0.. i Another victory for the Marshall { and Swift Cleaners, who protected i themselves through a comparative; ly low-scoring contest to keep the ·IT? i t -- i ^' M ' ^' A ' ca = c league lead, was ... Koiid-uy i hung up Wednesday night. The score was 25 to 11 and the victims were Ulen'fl cagera. The work of Mathiason and Coon was'best for the winners in gathering points. Mathiason connected four times from the floor and addert a free throw, while Coan got an equal number of baskets and three NelRnliors Yd!,mil Smltli . Ciirroll (c) BOL'KFOItll A. (.'.-Unity Turner Munition Mltehrll O f f / d a i s : I l e n z , Sheffield; K l n s , OrliineH. [ Hrndcrsrin £ ree throws. U.UVKEVI: STAXUIXOS (Inclncllng CinmCK or Tell, r..) 0 Lincicum, with three goals and a \Yuldnrr (Tnreat City) . Marslmllloivii Fort Dndse Esthcr-vlUe llonnc Mnsim City Northwcslcm ErmnctRuurff Webster City Ktlxu-orth crown Kaclis Grove Sheldon Or. Oily) . . -2 l.Ul'll l.nOO -now .33:1 ,n:t .H3 free toss, led the Ulen team. : M.VnsHAT/I,- Vt.KN'.S--II SWIFT--S3 Tmpy f Xtcclcr Murrny Cimn K Ix U I 0 J 1 4 1 1 0 0 0 1 ! 0 4 3 I Zleiik-r ' I'utclien t O. OE.siin t Llnclctltn c A. Ol.stm K TotiiU If It 0 0 o i o o :i l IIUKAD--51 Cookmun f Hoyrr t-K l.cnnnn f Connelly c Ilnvls IT Tompklnji (r ed slate i n J OW a and its previous win from Mason City, the Sioux quintet retains an edge over the Mohawks. Coach Les Davis' men have been beaten but twice this season--by Yankton and Sioux Falls--South Dakota teams. In its last start, the East power house plowed over Thomas Jefferson's cagers of Council Bluffs 35 to Id on the Council Bluffs' court. Molian-ks Drill Daily. The high school squad has been drilling daily, and included a scrimmage against Hamilton's squad from the Y league on its program Monday. But for the illness of Us star. "Red" Herbener, the forepart of the week, the outlook for Mason City would be distinctly optimistic. The midget red-head, who starred against Central Sioux City in spite of illness, last week, is again (Turn t. Mnrkct I'nire) Max Lynn's Wolves will Ire howling for prey when they visit Mason City Friday night to meet the Trojans on the high school basketball court in a return game between the fives from Estherville and Mason City junior college. The Wolves have stalked victims with fair success this season, standing third in the Hawkeye conference with seven won and two lost. Mason City's Trojans have not been so successful, winning three and losing three to stand in a tie for fourth with Boone and Northwestern of Orange City. Rough-nnd-Tunihle. In the previous engagement between the teams, played at Estherville Jan. 30, the Wolves took a 25 to 19 decision, as hoth teams handed out thumpinga to their opponents. Twenty-three personal fouls were called in the contest. The Estherville five was nearly undone by sloppy play in the third period, but came back with last quarter power to vanquish the Mason Cityans. The Trojans cannot better their place in the conference through a single victory, but may pull their percentage standing 71 points higher and possibly clear themselves from the three-way tie now existing in the fourth place notch. Dclm Does Work. For the Wolves, Deim, forward and captain, may be expected to dn much of the heavy work in the scoring columns, since it was he ?_ cl "7 f ' who racked up 11 points in the pre- K""i,«"e vious meeting of the two schools. Bergeson, at center, also contributed, heavily with nine points to his credit in the contest of last month. The members ot the starting lineup for Estherville, with the exception of Deim, arc the same men who played under the Swca City high school colors of last season. Swea City was runnerup to the Mohawks TJP BIG BASKET COUNT. The Diamond Bread ran up one of the highest scores of this season when they defeated Mier Wolfs by 54 to 16. in another Wednesday contest to maintain their ranking in sscond place. Feeding the ball to Sid Connelly, lanky pivotman, proved profitable for the Diamond Bread team, since the big fellow converted eight fit- tempts at the goal into 10 points. But not to be outdone, Davis, his teammate, rang the bell eight times from guard. The two split the high scoring honors for the evening. Christiansen scored three times to lead the Furnituremen. MOHAWKS TO GO AGAINST ELDORA Wrestlers Vie for Honors inj {or Frida y BilL CATHOLIC CA6ERS TREK Foxx Objects to Salary in '34 Contract Slugger Is Holdout Johawks atHome.Northsidei as Agreement Travels to Minnesota Asks Slash. WINS AT COURT FOR E START Struggle at Hardin County School. ST. JOSKI'll'.s (Mason City) Nclnon Ilynn With two straight mat victories ""' chalked up after a somewhat precarious start, Mason City high schools' wrestling squad will journey to Eldora Friday with renewed hopes of taking the meet from a strong Eldora high school teiun. IK ft I .MIF.lt \YOI.F'S--IB 0 (I llruisehiildcr f II n n 0 2 n i) H n [t 8 n « 3 0 0 rolnoAky ItlUbc* R North K 1 i c 3 (I 1 0 The Red and Black grapplers lost to Eldora Training school on the local mat several weeks ago and Friday will attempt to gain vengeance against the Eldora high squad. Coach Howard T. Barker's wrestlers, oa the whole, showed promise in their easy victory over Burt last Tuesday. But for two or three weights, where local grapplera failed to fulfill advance expectations, the Mohawk squad showed distinct signs of improvement. Johnny Wood, 115 pound regular, will not make the trip to Eldora. An ear injury is keeping the Mohawk out of action, but he will probably be in shape for the district meet next week at Clarion or Crcsco. William Leewright, another Mohawk matnian, will not see action in the Eldora meet. Coach Barker having decided to save him for the district meet. Lloyd Wilson will substitute in place of Wood at 115 pounds and Aecurso, who showed fine form against Burt Tuesday, or Thompson, will take the place oE Leewright in the 105 pound div.'slon. Leakc heavyweight representative, has been bothered with boils this week hut should be In shape for the meet "fridav. 0 2 Tntnln n 0 n TotnU JAYSKE CAGEKS IN V1CTOUY ON COCKT The Junior college cagera went through for another victory of the evening-, when they defeated Deckers' by 28 to 38, Heimendinger and Prusia leading the counting with four goals each, while Kohl got three and a free toss. Hughes. Decker center, al.so got four goals, while Sherriffe had three. DECKER'S--18 of Mason City in the district high school tournament held here. Cleaners in Prelim. A preliminary contest will bring two indenendcnt teams into action as Marshall and Swift's Cleaners (Turn In Mnrlirl PMC) PlUle Him,! c Hurntllon IK It I a o i 1 (I 4 ·i i) o n o -t o o .» Jil. ( OT.I.IXIK--:·« Is fl I l l n k l n R Drl.nry Elma Cagers Defeat Riceville by 35-12 RICEVILLE, Feb. S.--Klraa high school's basketball team was held scoreless for the first six minuter of play with the Riceville high school hoopstcrs Tuesday night. The TSlma aggregation then stepped out to win handily 32 to 15. The Elma second string defeated the Riceville reserves 9 to 5. Second Round Plav Completed by Trio of N.C.S. Contests N. !. S. (Not I n c l u d l i Wolfo IIOI.V KAMU.V Olnsnn Clt- Oiii.I'lK'll Shrehy I.TXKUPS rilESENTATlON (Whiltfniore) llllierl nlt'lmcr Fnrrfll . .UK ...C Be»l ..I.F V. . . H O O'JIrlfn . .I.O T. I'Mrn'll ST. Murphy TlIKOnoUK'S (Allicrl F.fiO Slieu . . 1". WilcttorU . H. Wncluillr, Kn try Snellz Friday night contests in Mason City and on the road face Mason ;ity's Catholic schools as Presentation of Whittemore oppose St. Joseph's and St. Theodore's of Albert Lea, Minn., is the opposition for Holy Family. The Johawk contest will be played in Mason City while Holy Family will visit the Minnesotims. A previous victory has been turned in by the Johawlts over the Whittemore academy. The Mason Cityans won a season opener at Whittemore by 22 to 17. The Joettes will also take the floor against Presentation's girls' team, In a curtain-raiser scheduled for 7 o'clock. Bolh Southsider teams have scored victories in their latest starts, defeating Manly in u home- nnd-homc series. Holy Family will go to meet tough" opposition in the St. Theodore team. The Albert Lea outfit has not met the Northsiders this season but lost to the Johawks 23 to 13 in a hard Christmas vacation fight. The Holy Family cagers their latest starts, dropping MIAMI, Fla., Feb. 8. 1 ill--Having rejected n proffered 1934 contract, calling for a substantial salary cu.t, Jimmy Foxx, homcrun king of tlie big leagues, today said he I would ait "tight" while awaiting urther word from Connie Mack. manager oE the Philadelphia Ath- etics. T have not made any plans with reference to seeing Connie Mack about the contract and the hit; salary cut," said Foxx, now spending a winter vacation here, "but I will be glad to talk with him. However, I believe such an invitation should come from Manager Mack," "My three year contract, which expired last fall, was 550,000 for the three years." said the big league slugger. "Now, the Philadelphia, bosses mail me a contract calling for more than a 30 per cent cut, despite my hitting that led th? league, nud I believe that unfair." Foxx said he would return tin 1 contract today, unsigned. 'If I'm not worth « raise now niter last year and with my prospects In increase that mark this season, both in homeruns and rer; ulnr hitting nercentage--well, the books jvi.it don't read straight," Foxx said. Informed of Foxx's dissatisfac tion, Connie Mock at Mt. Plymouth. Fla., sp.id, "I haven't hear'.! from Jimmic, I understand that he intends to come to see me nt Mt. Plymouth in a few days. I'll be glad to talk with him." games to Waterloo academics lost two last Sunday, but have convinced local followers of their power by their surprising performance!! of the class B tournament played at Mason City high school. g tournnn . I V t . ; Atirtina | .RCIO J Wrlmtrr f l l y 4 1 .KOII j HIUI,[,!.,:! ;i 1 . m i l l ltnmlpol.lt 2 4 .:ci:i clnrlmi 1 f« .1 ri ALGOXA, Feb. 8.--In the.second round of North Central Six high school basketball tournament held here Wednesday night, Wchster City was upset by Hampton 31 to 17. Webster City led at the quarter, 10 to G, Hampton gaining the lead in the second quarter. Pringle was high for Webster City with six points, Butler high for Hampton with nine points. In a second upset of the evening Clarion defeated Eagle Grove 2-1 to 20, Clarion leading throughout, 9 to i, 18 to 6, 21 to" 14. Kendall was high for Clarion with seven points, Nelson high for Eagle Grove with six points. Algona to 18 in nosed out Humboldt 22 a fast close guarding Boilermakers 'Back in Ring After Layoff During Examinations. CHICAGO, Feu. 8. (.W--They're till good, those sharp shooting bag- eteers froi.T Purdue. Idle from competition since Jan. 5, when (hey beat Wisconsin In a ne-point thriller to lengthen their md in the Big Ten basketball race, he Boilermakers made a new start ast night and came through by submerging the strong Wabash team. 8 to 27, in a non-conference eiicoun- er at Lafayette. Through with semester examiim- ions, which slowed the champion- ihip race to a walk, nil Big Ten earns swing into action Saturday night with six games, four of them conference battles. Iowa meets the undefeated Boilermakers in the big game at Lafayette, Chicago invades Northwestern, ndiiuia meets Illinois at Champaign, Wisconsin trickles Minnesota's surprising team at Minneapolis, Ohio State plays nt. Marquette, and Mich- gan renews Its rivalry with Miclu- ·an State. Iowa, Indiana, and Illinois are Lied for third place with three victories and two defeats each. Purdue leads the race with four victories and no defeats. Minnesota is in second position. EAST DBS MOINES ON FOOTBALL LIST A big lime opponent will take its place in Mason City's football .·schedule next fall, when Enst Des Moiue.i visits Roosevelt stadium, Friday night, Oct. ID, to battle the Mohawks. Announcement of the contest's being card- oil was made Thursday morning by Mason City high school authorities. Negotiations with the Capital City school have been under way for some time, and the completed contracts were received here Thursday. Lincoln Wins Tough Battle From Madison Juniors by 19 to 17 Lincoln Juniors took a hard uaH- Uethall game from Madison a' Madison Wedeiesday, the score bein r 19 to 17. The home team was lead 'ng 13 to 7 at the hnlf and kept i !ead until the middle of the las luarter when the ssore was tied a ·"7 all. Rohm scored the w i n n i n ' --'·-' «n" Lincoln. MAHISO.V--17 game. Crctzmcyer w.'i.s high for the locals with nine points, Simltz high for Humboldt with six points. Algona led throughout, !) to 4, 15 to 30, 20 to 16. The tournament will he at Webster City Friday Algona and Hampton are first place. resumed evening, tied in i.iNrm.x--v l.rnniT f I In-Tory f .Mix t (··0:1 h (c) i: Is « I I O ft Johnson f l l i i i r i n r . t o n Nclnnn r Mnloim K I i M K Emd Forbes Shoots Possible 50, Junior Boys Lead Aggregate Although Enid Forbes, firitig- her second string of five shots on the Y. M. c. A. range, turned in a possible 50, and scored 94x100 in record fire for the week ending Wednesday, the junior boys led American Legion supervised firing for another week. Mcrl Jones was high with 96x100 for the two strings nt 50 feet, prono position. The week's high scorers were ranked as follows: BOYS Mori Jones 95x100 Edward Patton B-lxlOO James Kintr 91x100 Chnrles M-digan 91x10(1 Claire Willsher 00x100 Total, high five ·IGZsutJO Woden Indies Win Game With Crystal Lake Five CRYSTAL L A K E , Feb. 8.--The Woden independents played the Cry- rtal Lake independents on the local 'loor Tuesday night and Crystal Lake w.is defeated '22 to 20. The 'ocal high .school girls' team played t5e alumni girls awl the score was '3 to 8 for the high school girls. Enid Forbes Rosamond Webster Alice Ann Moors Shirley Forbes larjorie McArthur ADDITION A I, SPOUTS ON M A R K E T P A G E The Globe-Gaze. CHICAGO ST. LOUIS DETROIT * CLEVELAND WASHINGTON PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK BOSTON AT HOME; . AT CHICAGO Sports Pages Have April 20, 21, 22 June 5, 6, 7 July ·$, 1 Aug. 10, 11, 12 April 17, 18, 19 June 1, 2. 3 Sept. 3, 3 April 30, May 1 June 20, 30. July 1 Sept. 21, 22. 23 May 2B. 27, 28 July 23. 24, 25. 26 Sept. 9, 10, 11, 12 May 17, 18, 19 July 12, 13, 14, 15 Sept. 17, 18, 19, 20 May 23, 2-1, 25 Sept. 5, 6, 7, 8 May 20, 21, 22 Sept. 13, 14, 15, 16 32 Saturdays 12 Sundays July 4th Labor Day AT ST. LOUIS April 27, 28, 29 July 30, 31, Aug. 1,2 Aug. 31, 31, Sept. 1, 2 All the Baseball May 29, 30, SO, 31 June 29, 30, July 1 Sept. 21, 22, 23, 21 April 21, 25, 26 June 1, 2, 3 Sept. 3, 3 May 23, 2-1, 25 July 19, 20. 21, 22 Sept. 5, 6, 7, 8 May 20, 21, 22 July 16. 16, 17, 18 Sept. 13, 14, 15, 16 May 26, 27, 28 July °3 24 °5 26 Sept. 9. 10, 11, 12 May 17, 18, 19 Sept. 17, 18, 19, 20 12 Saturdays 32 Sundays Decoration Day Labor Day AT DETROIT April 24, 25, 26 June 8, fl, 10 June 28 Aug. 3, 4, 5, Sept. 26 April 30. May 1, 2 July 6, 7, 8 Aug. 7, 8, 9 Sept. 2D, 30 News -From Major April 27, 28, 2fl June 5, G, 7 July 4, ·! Aug. 10. 13, 12 May 20, 21, 22 July 11 July 18, 17, 18 Sept. 33, 14, 15, If. May 23, 24. 25 Julv 19. 20, 21. 22 Sept. 5, 6, 7, 8 May 37, 18, 19 Sept. 17, 18, 39, 20 May 26, 27, 28 Sept. 9, 10, 11, 12 12 Saturdays July 4th AT CLEVELAND May 29, 30, 30, 31 Tilly 5, 6, 7, 8 Sept. 28, 29, 30 April 17, 18, 19 June 8, 9, 10 Aug. 3, 4, r. Sent. 25. 26 April 20. 21, 22 July 2, 3 July 31, Aug. 3. 2 Aug. 30. Sept. 1, 2 League Games to May 37, IS, 39 July 12, 13, 14, 15 Sept. 17, 18, 19, 20 May 26, 27, 28 July 23, 24, 25, 25 Sept. 9, 10, 11, 32 May 20. 21, 22 July 31 July 1(1, 17, IS Sept. 13. 14, 15, 16 May 23, 21, 25 Sept. 5, 6, 7, 8 32 Saturdays Decoration Day AT WASHINGTON May 6, 7, S, D ,7un e 12, 33, 14, 15 Aug. 18, 19, 21 May 10, 13, 12 June 24, 25, 26, 27 Aug. 26, 27, 28, 29 May 13, 14, 35 June 20, 21, 22, 23 Aug. 22, 23, 24, 25 May 3, 4, 5 June 16, 17, 18, 3» Aug. 14, 15, 16, 17 North Iowa League April 27, 28, 29 June 5, 6, 7 July 4, 4 Aug. 10, 11, 12 April 30, May 3, 2 June 28, 30, July 1 Aug. 7, 8, 9 Sept. 29, 30 April 16 April 24, 25, 26 July 28, 29 Sept. 3, 3 32 Saturdays 12 Sundays July 4 Labor Day AT PHILADELPHIA May 3, 4, 5 June 16, IT, 18, 19 Aug. 14, 15, 16, 17 May 13, 14, 35 June 20, 21 22, 23 Aug. 22, 23, 24, 25 May 10, 11, 12 June 24, 25, 26, 27 Aug. 26, 27, 28, 29 May 6, 7, 8, 9 June 12, 13, 11, 35 Aug. 18, 19, 21 April 20, 21, 22 July 2, 3 July 31, Aug. 1, 2 Sept. 22, 23, 24 and Independent April 17, 18, 19 June 1, 2. 3 July 28. 29, 30 Sent. 25. 26 May 29, 30, 30 June 28, 30, July 1 Aug. 7, 8, 9 Sept. 1, 2 12 Saturdays 12 Sundays Deoo ration Day AT NEW YORK May 10, 11, 12 June 24, 25, 26, 27 Aug. 26, 27, 28, 29 May 6, 7, 8, 9 June 32, 13, 14, 15 Aug. 18, 19, 21 May 3, -1, 5 June 36, 37, 18, 10 Aug. 14, 35, 36, 17 May 13, 34, 15 June 20, 21, 22, 23 Aug. 22, 23, 24, 25 May 30, 30, 31 July 5, 6, 7, 8 Aug. 30, 31, Kept. 1, 2 April 21, 25, 26 June 8, 9, 10 Aug. 3, 4, 5 Sent. 3. 3 Contests -You'll April 27, 28, 29 July 2, 3 July 33, Aug. 1, 2 Sept. 22, 23, 24 12 Saturdays 12 Sundays Decoration Day Lahor Day AT BOSTON May 13, 14, 15 June 20, 21, 22, 23 Aug. 22, 23, 24, 25 May 3, 4, 5 June 36 17 38 18 Aug. 34, 15, 16, 17 May f, 7, 8, 9 June 32, 33, 14, 15 Aug. 18, Ifi, 21 May 30, 11, 32 June 24, 25, 26, 27 Aug. 26, 27, 28, 29 April 37, 18, 19, 19 June 8. 9. 30 Aug. 4, f Sept. 25, 2(5 April 30, May 1, 2 July 5, 6, 7, S Sept. 27, 28, 29, 30 April 20, 21, 22 June 5, 6. 7 July 4, 4 Aug. 10, ] I, 12 Find Them All 12 Sundays April 19 June 3 (Holiday) Julv 4 ADROAD Decoration Day at Cleveland June 18 (Holiday) at Bos- July 4 at Chicago Decoration Day at St. Louis Labor Day at Chicago Tuly 4 at Detroit April 19 at Boston Decoration Day at New York July 4 at Washington Labor Day at New York Decoration Day at Phila- Lnbor Day at Washington Here -- Up to the Minute! -- fl-lxKIO 89x100 88x100 87x100 84x100 Total, high five 442xfiOO Belmond Scouts Win in Overtime Court Bailie BELMOND, Feb. 8.--Tin: locr.l :oy Scout basketball team won from the Goodell Victor Scouts nt. fioodell, 10 to R. The game Went into .in overtime period, tho winning a.=kct being made hy Orvift Fitts. Roger Bohnimr uf the local team wis h'gh point man. DRUM CORPS CARD M A S O N I'lTV ARMOR!' - j d o t j i h Srlnvj!»i. OMIjrr, vs. Mnrlln f . r t t h . Vrulurii. :i ronnils at IdA luillliiln. Tuny uvllirl, Miiion nty, v«. .lolm Cus- Krmv, W-M'y, :i roomls m m iiniinn .Icilmny A l l i - n . .M.inon C i t y , v*. rlnrii l l r - Uinlc. r l y m i . i i d i , ;i rounds LI| 1 I H [loouds. U lly M u r t t n , M i l t o n C i t y , M. f i l o i n i KM lUnnlry, Clinrlm l l y . vn. Mvl t l l r , . I'ort Puller. 4 rt tin nt 140 I O I E O I | K . ·tory w i n t e r , (,'rdnr ttnulils, vn. "S«rn" Hurr. Furt l l f H l i ' , 4 rounrls nt J K 2 poond*. I'or Slnio T l t l p at HO l n t « . rim .Tor Illvrra, Cnlnr li-iplil.. l l i i i : h f y O'Connor, rflfn'*-; f ' m » t . I'rrd SlKlfft'r, iinnoimriT. State High School Basketball Tournament Field House, Cedar Fnlls March 15, 16, 17 Admission hy season ticket only. Do not go to Cedar Falls without ii season ticket if you expect to sec any part of the tournament as the entire seating capacity will be sold out in season tickets. Order now, Principal James Rae, High School, Mason City. lmCE (7 Sessions) 32.00

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