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February 4, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

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MOHAWKS RALLY TO BEAT WEBSTER CITY LAST HALF PLAY GIVES GRIMSLEY FIVE 23-21 TILT ·y Victory Is Strongest of Season ; Grelk, Kayser High Scorers. · . ' ! WEBSTER CITY,' Feb. 4.--The Mason City Mohawks downed Web ster City high school in one of th fastest games of the season on the local court Tuesday evening with a score of 23 to 21. Webster City ha* defeated both North Des Moines and Fort Dodge. Grelk and Kayser were outstacd ing with 5 field goals apiece. Fron ing played a wonderful game witb 4 field goals to his credit and Sutei and Cordle played remarkabl games. . Charity Toss Starts Scoring. Webster City scored first on i free throw on a foul of Suterjs bu Suter retaliated by taking the bal from one of the guards and scorec , The game was a see-saw affal from the first and Webster Cltj was leading 5 to 3 at the end of th first quarter. The second quarte was practically a duplication of th first with some nice floor wor: thrown in by Mason City for goer measure. Mason City's . defensi tightened in this quarter and force i Webster City to long shots. Thi . half ended with Webster City lead ing 9 to 8. Mohawks . Rally. The Mphawks came back strong in the final half and forged in to the lead. . Suter had .the hardest luck of the evening in missing four setup shots in succession. Grelk ant Cordle finally found the basket anr the Mohawks went into the lead 19 to 17 at the end of the third quarter. At the beginning of the fourth quarter, the Mohawks took a 6 point lead with the score 23 to 17. This was held until within 15 seconds of the final gun when Webster City became hot on long shots. The game ended too soon for them to recover the lead. - . ' . ' ' The Mohawks will rest for the remainder of the week. ·' MASON crrv--23 FG FT PF Sutor, f 3 ' 1 1 Cordle, f i. 2 2 0 Grelk, o -5 0 0 Billman, g ...0 0 0 Parrott, g ..0 0 1 lotais 10 3 2 WEBSTER CITY---21 FG FT PF FrontaE, f . - * 0 1 Kayscr, f . 5 O 0 Schrader, c . 0 0 0 Black, S . 0 1 1 Jones, g i ° Totals .--10 1 Substitutions: Selby for Jones Jones for Selby, Selby for Schrader Keferee: "Brick" J o h n s t o n e · Boone. Elks Bowlers to Have Meet at Webster City WEBSTER CITY, Feb. 4.--The Iowa Elk's bowling tournament will be sponsored by the local lodge and will be held Feb. .15 to 22, inclusive, according to the announcement by N. M. O'Connor, head of the committee on arrangements. The tourney is open for Elks only. Visiting teams may bowl at any time during the week but must inform the officials as to the date and hour. Three or more Webster City teams will compete, it was said. The alleys are sanctioned by the American Bowling Congress. COVERS A WORLD OF CONTESTS AZETTE 'S FROM AUTO RACING TO BILLIARDS MASON CITY, IOWA, FEBRUARY 4 1931 MAJOR BATS TO SWING AT "DEADER" BALL HIGH SCORER Grelk, center for the local five, scored 5 field goals to tie honors with Kayscr of Webster City when the Mason City Mohawks defeated the Webster City high school quintet 23-21 at Webster City Tuesday evening. UPPER IOWA GAGE TEAM SUCCUMBS TO LUTHER 22-1 9 i*eacocks Drop to Fourth as Styaignt. Old Codger--And now, my man. what will you do with the sixpence? Mendicant--Well, mister, I don't see as 'ow I can do better than to purchase a hannuity.--London Opinion. FAYETTE, Feb. 4. (/P)--Upper Iowa cagers today occupied fourth place in the Iowa conference, relegated thence by a 22 to 19 defeat at the hands of Luther college, current loop leaders, last night. The Norsemen have won seven consecutive games, while the Peacocks have dropped one in six tilts. The Luther five led 10 to 6 at midpoint, and subsequently during most of the second neriod. The game was marked .by effective defensive work of both teams, Haldoraon scored eight points for the winners, while Moore and Selge- lid were Upper Iowa's high scorers with four points apiece. Summary: LUTHER (22) GF FT PF Ritland, I o 1 l' Holm, f i o (i Haldorson,"c .,..3 2 o Belgum C, f . . . . . . 1 o 0 Kaasa, c (C) .1 2 3 Halverson, g o 1 4 Shftfliind, g; 2 0 2 Hanson, g .".....;.' 0 0 0 lOMPT delir CORA COAL at $7.00 per ton cash PHONE 888 Fireside Fuel Co. STOMACH UPSET Get at the real cause. That's what thousands of, stomach, sufferers are doing now/Instead of taking tonics, or trying- to patch up a poor digestion, they are attacking the real cause of the ailment--clogged Hvcr snd disordered bowels. Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets - help arouse the liver in a soothing, healing way. When the liver and bowels ire performing their natural func: Uons, people rarely suffer from in- iigestion and stomach troubles. Have you a bad taste, coated fongue, poor appetite, a lazy, don't:are feeling, no ambition or energy, trouble with undigested foods? Try Olive Tablets, the substitute for ·alomel. Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets are a purely vegetable compound. Know ihem by their olive color. They do die work without; griping, cramps r pain. All druggists. 15c, 30c and We. Take one or two at bedtime for (nick relief. Eat what you Jihe. J Totals 8 UPPER IOWA (1») Selgelia, f Miriok, f Klple, f Sungalin, c .;...... Moore, c ...'..I...'. Doughty g Wiflenborg, g .. Coog, g G 10 .1 .1 .0 .1 .2 .1 .1 .1 Shillinglaw g 0 Totals 8 3 9 Official: Referee, Hedges, Dar.- moutn. BASKETCALL RESULTS , By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS \ COLLEGE. Lutlier 22, Upper Iowa 19. Britt Junior college 40, Waldorf college (Forest City) 20. Clarlnda Junior college 23, Dana college (Blair, Nebr.) 16. Albln Junior college 30, Osccolu Junior college 24. KIdder Junior college 31, Grucelund 20. Monimmth 22, Knox 21. Mason City Junior college 43, Eagle Grove Junior college 37. Buena Vista 29, Western Union 21. Carleton 38, St. Olaf 22. Notre Dame 23, Indiana 20. Kansas 81, Oklahoma Aggies 29. Staut Institute 25, St. Mary's (Wi nona, Minn.) 21. Missouri 30, Crelghton 20. Concordla (Moorhead, Mitm.) 23, North Dakota State 21. HIGH SCHOOL. Jefferson 24, Ogden 10. Mason City 23, Webster City 21. St. Francis academy 33, Defiant- Catholic high 15. Spencer 24, Esthervllle 15. Snenandonh 34, Bedford '15. (Jcntcrvillc 36, Blnornfleld 20. Valley Junction 20, KnoxviJIe 15. OFFICIALS HOPE 'OR LESS HARD HITTING IN '31 Both National and American Leagues Decide Hbmerun Barrage Must Cease. By HERBERT VV. BARKER Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK, Feb. 4. UP)--Major league batsmen who slugged 1,566 balls over the fences or into the bleachers last season, · will · have a new and "deader" ball to swing at this .year. Both the National and American leagues have decided that the home- run barrage" has gone far enough and a change in the ball's physical aspects is the result. To Have Thicker Cover. In the National league, the ball will have a thicker cover and heavier stitches. In the American league, the cover will be about the same but the stitches will be heavier. Not only will these changes take some of the liveliness out of the ball, major league 'officials .confidently expect,,but also will give the pitchers a better grip on the bail and thereby increase their effectiveness. The pitchers, .hampered continuously by all sorts of restrictions, have ..complained for several -year* that the smoothness of the ball's cover has made it extremely difficult to control. The thicker stitches planned on the 1931 ball should go far toward solving that difficulty. May Bfake Little Change. Proponents of the lively ball anr] the frequent homerun need have little fear that these changes in the ball's construction will bring about a return to the days when a dozen homeruns were good enough to win a league championship. The changes are not drastic enough for any .radical recrease in hitting. Officials of Both leagues do believe,'however, that the .changed ·ball'will-TeauVt In-'greater pitching efficiency, decrease in the number of "trick" homeruns hit and a slump in the inflated averages o£ the last few years. FREETiEELERS TAKE TRIO FROM FALSTAFF TEAM Allen Cafe Wins 2 Out of 3 From Atlas Special; Peterson Is High. WEDNESDAY'S SCHEDULE: Deckers' lowiinas vs. Champ- Hn Refining company on alleys 3 and 6 at 7:45. Fireside Fuel company vs. Ideal Sand and Gravel company on alleys 7 and 8 at 7:45. - The Studebaker Free Wheelers took the Falstaff Pale into camp three games straight in Tuesday's bowling in the city league. The Allen Cafe won two out of three from the Atlas Special. Peterson of the mailmen was high with 220 for a single. M. Bushgens, captain of the Fnlstaff. Pale, was high with a three game total of 561. Peterson also won the Palace theater tickets for the evening. Morphew, with 580, is still high for the Falstaff prize. FALSTAFF Wall '. 181 D. Bushgens ... 162 L. Wilcox 198 M. Bushgens .. .191 Axell 147 Handicap ....:. 23 TOTALS 902 817 8802599 Team' average 2599--866. STUDEBAKEH FREE WHEELERS Malm 185 18 Sauerberg . 134 116 250 Lein 148 153 138 Evenson 1B1 168 189 Hansen .... 197 144 191 Lindsay 185 131 143 Handicap 125 125 125 TOTALS 970 837 967 277-1 Team average 2774---925 FIGHT RESULTS By ASSOCIATED PKESS. INDIANAPOLIS -- Phil Zwiclc, Cleveland, · knocked out Marty Fields, Chicago, (2). PORTLAND, Maine -- Cowboy Jack Willis, San Antonio, Tex., out- pointed Vincent Forgione, Philadelphia, (12). WEST PALM BEACH, Fla---Al Rowe, Philadelphia, outpointed Babe Herman, California (10); Jackie Desante, Sag Harbor, Mich., outpointed Mickey Genero, Waterbury, Conn., (10). LOS ANGELES--Fidel La Barba Los Angeles, and Claude Varner, Bakersfield, Cal., drew (10). A CONSISTENT MAN. "You are several installments behind on your car." "Well, the company advertises. 'Pay as you drive.' " , "What's that got to do with it?" "I drive very poorly."--Minneapolis Tribune. FOUR OLD GOLD ATHLETES NAMED ON HONOR ROLL Gordon, Canby, Saling and Weldon Ranked on List of N. C. A. A. ,IOWA CITY, Feb. 4.--By their .performances on track and in field during the 1930 season, four University of Iowa athletes have inscribed their names upon the roll of honor of the National Collegiate athletic association. Edward Gordon, broad jumpev and high hurdler; L.- D. "Weldon javelin · thrower; George-J. Saling. high hurdler; and 'Henry F. Canby. pole vaulter, are the honored Hawk- eyes, It is revealed by the list just published by John L. Griffith, West- ern conference athletic commission er who is editor of "The Athletic fournal." · Among First Four. Only four other universities- Southern California. Stanford, and Washington, exceeded Iqwa in num ber of athletes who- ranked among the finest ten or twelve in the nation in each event. Nebraska and Harvard each equalled Iowa's number, but 60 other institutions placed only from one to three men. The 25 foot' broad jump .which won for Gordon his second National Collegiate title was the second best leap, in the country, and his mark of :15 for the 120-yard high hurdles gave him seventh. Canby's Vault Rates. Canby vaulted 13 feet, 6% inches a height which was surpassed only by Warne o£ Northwestern and McDermont of Illinois. In 'tRe javelin, Weldon's 202 foot. 5 3-5 inch effort was sixth bast, while Saling was seventh in the high hurdles with :14 9-10 and ninth in the low barriers with a mark of Varner, La Barba Draw , 10 in Los Angeles Ring LOS ANGELES, Feb! 4. -/Pi--A terrific tenth round finish gave Claude Varner, -Bakersfield, Cal., featherweight, a draw with Fidel La Barba, Los Angeles, here last night. At the end of the eighth Referee Jack Kennedy tolled off four rounds for La Barba, former flyweight champion, and two for his hard hitting opponent. The ninth was-about even. Dashing into the tenth, Varner opened a gash over La Barba'a right eye and had him woozy with a rain of rights and lefts to the head at the bell. La Barba weighed 12S, Varner 124. IN A SENSE. Mother--Robert, stop scratching your head. Bobby--Why, Tommy Smith says it's a sign of breeding.--Minneapolis Tribune. SWEA CITY MAT BILL COMPLETE Second Athletic Show Set for Wednesday; Be el to Meet Barslou. SWEA CITY, Feb. 4.--The second athletic show of the season will be held in the opera house Wednesday night, Feb. 4. The main bout will be a wrestling bout between Alfrea Barslou, 132, of -Swea City, and ·Eddie Beel, 132, of Chicago. This is the first time' that these two men have met on the mat. Bee.ll comes with a good record, having! a decision over Earl Conrad, conaid- \ ered one of the best in his class. Barslou has been taking on all comers iu his weight and heavier and winning most .of them. The preliminaries wilL consist of boxing and wrestling. The main prelim will be between Bud Olson of Swea City and Kid I Dixon of Bancroft. They are scheduled to box six one-minute rounds. Young Garber and' "Snooks" Peterson are scheduled to wrestle in a juvenile match. The final will be a 10 minutes wrestling exhibition between Raymond Barslou and Frank Bauer. The show is being promoted by Frank Bauer. ^ ' Congressional relief appropriation: Giving It back.--Wooster Record. ^ PALE 1TO 155 15-1 169 163 157 168 202 " 139 1T4 23 23 50B 485 518 5R1 460 69 439 538 532 459 375 54' 49: 4PO ·ini 518 111 ALLEN CAFE Gorman 207 190 150 Weber 162 141 192 West 131 209 159 Hillier 145 162 184 Thorn -....177 212 120 Handicap . . 38 38 38 TOTALS 860 952 R52 266 J Team average 2664--888. ATLAS SPECIAL Walsh 165 183 189 537 Weber 140 156 146 442 J. Smith 124 156 135 415 Peterson 132 180 220 540 Ed Smith ...'..159 148 203 510 Handicap 73 73 73 219 TOTALS 793 904 086 2603 Team average 2663--8S8 A country has about h't bottom when all of its troubles could h- ended hv hiring- honest men.--Wisconsin State Journii). The Word "SPIT ...Conveys the Meaning" Says DR. G. E. MURPHY Health Officer, Olympic, Washington ...one of 56 health officials from 56 different points approving Cremo's crusade against spit or spit-tipping. Erery smoker, every wife whosel husband smokes cigars, should read Dr. Murphy's letter. "Whoare the Mends of'Spit'?" YOU MAY WELL ASK THIS QUESTION WHEN 56 IMPORTANT! HEALTH OFFICIALS HAVE WRITTEN SO STRONGLY AGAINST THE EVILS! OF SPIT OR SPIT-TIPPING. Dr. Murphy writes: "The .. . campaign against 'spit-tipping', in the manufacture of cigars should receive the endorsement of all interested in the Public health." Thewar against spit is a crusade of decency. Join ir...Smoke Certified Cremo-a really wonderful smoke -- mild --mellow--nut* sweet! Every leaf entering the clean, sunny Cremo factories is scientifically treated by methods recommended by the United States Department of Agriculture* In this period of cold w e a t h e r and cracked lips/ above all insist on a cigar--free of the spit germ. © 1931 American C( t jr Co. Certified re mo . , , THE GOOD 5^ CIGAR THAT AMERICA EEJOE

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