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February 15, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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BASKETBALL « · · · · « · « · Charles City visits local basketball court Feb. 16 for return contest with Mason City high school as season nears close. OUT OF THE PRESSBOl, * Al MITCHELL^ Addition THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1934 BASKETBALL · · · « · * « · · Eighteen basketball teams will come to Mason City for competition in high school sectional tournament play; games on March 1, 2 and 3. MOHAWKS CRIPPLED FOR BIG GAME Here's more news about north Iowa independent basketball team records. This time it's the Britt Independents, who will be seen in action in the north Iowa tournament planned here soon, who are the subject. =e a v The Britt cagers, with a victory over Kanawha, ran their total of victories to 10 and stopped the Pirates' winning streak nt eight games. The team is made up of former high school and college basketball players, and is managed by K, Sivan. * * * Here's the record: Britt 29, Kanawha 10. Britt 66, Crystal Lake 33. Britt 25, Clear Lake 24. Britt 93, Belmond 21. Britt 39, Kanawha 28. Britt 45, Clear Lake 48. Britt 60, Garner 21. Britt 28, Diamond Bread 42. Britt 28, Savoy Hottentots 48. Britt 38, Crystal Lake IT. Britt 50, Iowa Falls 30. Britt 39, Kanawha 30. * « ·- Licenses Thoro are maiiy folk:- \vh» have come to county recorders' offices since Jan. 1 to purchase hunting and fishing licenses. TJnJer the impression that they are purchasing licenses for the whole year of 1D34, these sportsmen aro going to be disappointed. * * The "fiscal year" for hunting and fishing licenses dates from April 1 .to March 31, and not from January to December. Licenses may be purchased at the present time of course, but they wiil expire March 31. , · * . * * In many cases, sportsmen ivho have appeared to obtain licenses had pnrchusetl others In 1933, and caused confusion hi attempting to get refunds and new licenses. * * * . The same expiration dates apply to all licenses issued by the Iowa fish and game commission, as well as hunting and fishing licenses. · · j . · . · * ' . * * , They're AU Rabbits · ~ It's a little late, since tho op* · ; en seAsoivorL-rabbits came to an ' end more than 'two weeks, ago, ,but there Is another question Which, is often directed to- the fish and game commission and its representatives. It concerns the status of rabbits in the Iowa game regulations. , * * * The regulations call for a closed season on rabbits from Feb. 1 to Sept. 15 annually; and in the term rabbits, everything within the family is included -- jacks and cottontails. SHAKEUP TO PUT RESERVE CAGERS INTO COURT TILT Harrer, Herbener, Burns on Hospital Squad With Contest Friday. rnOBABLF. LINEUPS MASON- CITV CHARLES CTTY I[er]enfr or Mason City Wrestlers Vie for District Honors .Suter Monroe Junior Loses to High School Five by One Point Margin Monroe junior high lost a. hard fought basketball game to the freshman-sophomore team No. 2 at Monroe 17 to 16. Monroe was leading at the half 10 to 8. This is the second time a high team has defeated a junior high team. HIGH SCHOOL MOXIIOK--IB tf U t Dmlrrer c] f 3 II 4 1 0 1 0 0 2 1 (I 3 W L. Paine alofcHer C. ........... Coarher llert no Iouean a "" I.G Burnett Referee: Benz. Sheffield. The sun was shining brightly in Mason City Thursday. But indigo clouds hung over the Mohawk basketball court nt Mason City high ichool. One of the big contests of the season is on the boards Friday night. At the same time, one of the biggest injury lists of the season has been accumulated and the accident jinx has nicked the Mo lawk roster heavily. Harrer Injures Back. Bob Harrer injured his back in Wednesday practice, and will probably be unable to enter the contest Friday. 'Red" Herbener joined the adhesive tape squad, also with injuries received Wednesday, night The extent of his hurts was not determined Thursday and it was hoped that he might be able to start with the Red and Black. Bobby Burns' trick elbow has tampered him so much that he ha." been unable to take part in heavy practice sessions, and will likely warm the bench Friday night. Evcrs .Still Out. Glenn Evers, 6 foot, 6 inch cen ter, who was expected to be in ac .ion after nursing a sprained ankle for weeks, is still not fit for worl with the Mohawks. Co-Capt. "Babe" Suter will prob ably be seen at forward in the Fri day lineup, with Herbener, if the red-head's injuries allow him to g into action, or possibly Gale Lane midget forward with ATI accurat basket.eye. .Costa._''Gus" Rumeliote will also stand a good chance'of getting intc the fray of Friday night. The sliir youngster has been doing a fine job at the center post for the Little Mohawks. Charles City rluys. Rather incidentally, after th' foregoing recitation of blues Charles City is to be the opposition for the Mohawks, and will also senc its reserves against the Little Mo hawks squad in a curtain-raise Friday night, the prelim to star at 7:15 o'clock. The Comets have been dcfeatei by Mason City, but Mason City's li game winning streak was halteL last Friday at East Sioux City by 27-15, and the last second mixui over a foul cost the Mohawks an other game at Spirit Lake Satur day. The Comets have also met !m luck recently, dropping a game U Oelwein by 33 to 20 in the North east loiva conference. They will b out to revenge the defeat dished ou by the Mohawks in the earlier sea son, the first setback handed them Bo yd f Johnson f ·' 1 Shl[]ey c 1 C'kmnn (c) (r 1 Smith 1C 0 1 1 4 0 0 1 1 0 Knnnk f lUvftfal f ITfpnpr c nrtsblne g Collm K II 1 · 0 0 1 1 0 1 Total* fl 6 Referee: llcrt. Luverne Scores Double Victory on Whittemore LUVERNE, Feb. "15.--Luveme basketball boys' and girls' teams won a double victory here in their · games with Whittemore. The score was Luverne boys 22, Whittemore 18; Luverne girls 23, Whittemore 17. The pep band played and a large \ crowd attended. 's Western Oct. 8, CHICAGO, Feb. 15. date for the Women's Western Goll association open championship tournament has been set for Oct 8-13, it was announced today. June Becbe of Chicago will defend her title. WRESTLING · « Friday, Feb. 16th, 8:30 A R M O R Y Rudy Joe LA IHTZI vs. DAVTTO 218 21fi 2 Fnlls Ou( of Three--'Xo Time Limit' Arthur VON SAXON 2001 Barirn-TtndRn Germany Eddie LFAVIS 193, OniRlia Frank BAUEH Ernie THOMPSON Ilnppy-Jack SPUHGIN .Tacit O'DELL ANY SEAT 40c--NO TAX Rudd to Close Season Against Nora Spring: RUDD, Feb. .15.--In the last gam of the season, Friday night, th Nora Springs boys will Some to th local court to battle the Rudd first and seconds. The home boys de featetl the visiting- boys on tl--'i floor 22 to 14, but since then Nor Springs has been gaining speed whi] the local hoys have been losing som close games. Rapids Grappler Wins. COLUMBUS, Oliio, Feb. 15. I/Black Reynolds, Cedar Rapids Iowa wrestler, spilled Ed Kanthe, Kara burg, Germany, in 28 minutes her last night. Each weighed 1-15. WRESTLING CARD THURSDAY NIGHT MASON CITV ARMORY Vcrfs Stnltcnberc, CarternvMle, 270 VB. A I Srhnlpr, Ruff/ilo, N. V. T 230 IE) One fall--in mlnuten. Rnbby Bum*, SI. Paul, ZOfS ]h«. ( T*. D i H C k , Omalm, 210 Ihs. One fall--GO niln u t P.I . "Tftff" Tncesmi, M ft son City, 220 Ibs., v Frank liim^h, Manhattan, Kans., 2 I B One fnIT--HO minutm, Mtiln event--Onn lionr. *'fientfpman" Jac Hruler, Kansas City, fllo., 314 Ibs., \«. U'nmplpr, Scmntnn, 205 Ito. JOR Kelly, matchmaker, Cnpt. Frtfl Shn fer, announcer. I'lrst lioiit nt fl:30 p. m. WRESTLING ·· Armory at 8:30 TONIGHT Joe Kelly Presents ·4-Heavyweight Bouts-4 TICKETS 40c, 50c Ladies, any seat 15c Jf.- HAWKEYES FACE CRUCIAL HOME GAMES IVAN BLACKMER CEXTCH on FORWARD LEAGUE TAKES ON NEW ASPECT, TRIO LEADS PLAY Mamond Bread Climbs Into Tie With Cleaners and Transfer Cagers. Further complications set in Wed- escldy night at t h e ' V. Jl. C. A. /hen another bidder for ihe top osition in the Y basketball league dg-cd into the first place notch, ed with Marshall and Swift's and llmati's Transfer at 9 won and 1 ost. CORDLE MAY BE IN LUTHER FIVE Mason Cityan Likely to Go Against Tutors for Saturday Tilt. DECORAH, Feb. 15--Aware of the fact that the outcome of their game with the Panthers of state Teachers here Saturday may determine whether or not they will win the Iowa conference title this season, the Luther Norso.jnen tire stressing defensive tactics this week in an attempt to porfrct a combination that can hold in check the powerful and rangy Tutor outfit. The return of Joedy Boyette, high scoring Kenselt forward, to the Norse lineup after an absence of several weeks, has given rise tc. considerably renewed hopes in the local camp. With Boyette back on the job the Luther machine should again have the scoring punch that has been so noticeably lacking of late. To offset this news, however, is the fact that Freddy Deines, brilliant Wakeenee, Kans., guard may be unable to participate in the game Saturday. Deines, who has played the most consistent game of any of the Norsemen thio season, and who has been called the cut- standing Luther candidate for all- conference honors, aggravated an old ankle injury in the Columbia game which may prevent him appearing In the Tutor tilt. Paired with Boyette at the other forward post will be Capt. Lloyd Holm, leading: Luther scorer, who will again be relied upon to carry the major share of the offensive burden, although Boyette and Deines will doubtless uphold their share as well. At the other guard post Adolph Belding, speedy Herman, Minn., eager, will liltcly assume his regular place, although there la a possibility that he may be placed upon the* bench in favor of either Rolf Wulfaberg, Decorah, or Harry Cordle, promising newcomer from Mason City. Wulfsberg's performance at Columbia, where his basket in the overtime period clinched the ·jame for Luther, and at Dubuque, have made him one of the most respected of the Norse offensive threats, while Cordle may be used in an effort to increase the average height of the Norsemen against the tall Panthers. ADDITIONAL SPORTS ON MARKET PAGE Last Stand in lozva Court Is Before Hawks IOWA CITY, Feb. 15.--The last three games on the home court, starting against the conference- leading Purdue quintet Saturday evening, now confront the University of Iowa basketball team. With every ticket sold Tuesday, a throng of more than 13,000 persons will set a new all-time Big Ten attendance record as the Hawkeyes attempt to win again from the Boilermakers, Indiana comes to the field house Monday and Minnesota is the last rival the following Saturday, Feb. 24. The Hawks will seek revenge on those teams, each of which pulled an upset on their own floors. Ilaxvks Not Out oj Kuce. Although they have lost 3 of 7 games, the lowaus figure that they cannot be counted out of the championship race. The even break against Purdue and Northwestern on the road trip shoved them into third place, but home victories over Purdue and Indiana would put the team in striking position again, especially if the Boilermakers should lose another and Illinois should falter. Hawkeye shooters apparently are hot and cold in Saturday and Mon clay games. Accuracy against Northwestern Monday was far below the team's average, for the mean for the other six conference games was 12 field goals, and only 8 were stink in the 35-20 defeat. Moffltt Moves Up. Howard Moffitt, with 65 points, has moved into fourth place among Big Ten scorers. He has 113 points for all games, topping Iowa point- makers. Second to Moffitt in conference games is John Barko, with 53 points, and Howard Bastinn is third with 47. Bastian has edged ahead of Barko for all games, 99 to 05. The Hawkeyes have made 52; points this season, from 20S field goals and 113 free throws--239 in conference games. Opponents are credited with 3B8 points, of which 212 were in Big Ten contests. Vines Takes 10-9 Lead in Pro Net Exhibitions LOUISVILLE, Ky., Feb. 15. (/PI --Ellsworth Vines defeated Bill Tilclen 9-7, 6-1, 6-1 In a professional tennig exhibition match tonight to get into the lead 10 to B for their series during a nation-wide tour. Vincent Richards defeated Bnice Barnes, fi-2, 6-1, in one set of don hies, Tilden and Barnes defeated Vines and Richards 8-6. ALBERT LEA TO MEET ST, JOE'S Contest Scheduled Friday on Southside Court; Johawks Hold Previous Win. 1'nonAiii.n ST. TIlKOnOHK'S Alliprt l.(uo ............... nr Wnr)mlt7. ........ r.F I I . IVnrlmltt (cl . . . . ; J''nrry . ............ TUJ.. ST. JOSKI'lf (.Mn«,m Oils') Ilyn ,'nlml[i Vt'nir St. Theodore's of Albert Lea Minn., ,1 Christmas holiday victim of St. Joseph's of Mason City, wi visit the latter school Friday nigh to redeem itself in a return contes but will probably meet the stiffes of opposition in the Johawks, who a present have a victory string of straight games, and the class B tournament championship to tbei credit, besides earlier victories. The score when the teams prev iously met wns 23-13 for the Maso City cagers, in a game played Albert Let shortly after Christma Holy Family of Mnson City upse the St. Theodore's first string in visit here last Sunday by 20 to 1 and scored a victory over the sec ond team by 10 to S in contest played at tho Nortbside. Shea, wit 14 points, was the high scorer fo the visiting cagers on that date. L. Wacholtz was the ace of tl Minnesotans when St. Joseph's vi ited Albert Lea, scoring 6 poin while Shea added 4. The contest will begin about 8:] and only the one game is on sche ule. POSTPONE GAMES The Y. ir. C. A. league will cooperate with the North Iowa Independent basketball tournament by postponing its games of next week, it was announced Thursday. Play will be resumed on Feb. 27 and 28. with tie games to be played off March 0 and 7. Round robin league play will be held March 13, 14 and 18. Diamond Bread defeated the Y's uen by 4C to 17, mostly through the fforts of Sid Connelly, whose height vns unmatched by any member of he opposition club. Connnlly scored 1 baskets and a free throw during he evening to lead the counting or all the league session Clarion to Be Scene of Meet for Tivo Days Locals Favored to (?o Far as Grapplers Tangle on Mat. With high hopes of capturing the state district meet, a squad of eight grapplcrs representing Mason City high school will leave Friday for Clarion to participate in the elimination contest being held Feb. 1617. Coach Barker's squad, fresh-, enerl in spirits after its 37 to 3 walkaway over Forest City Tuesday, wilt enter the meet a strong contender for the title. Clarion and Eagle Grove will probably offer the strongest op- fs1tlon to the Red and Black squad. The Cowboys tied Mason City in the locul squad's first meet of Ihe season at 21-21, but the Barkcrmen have shown considcra: !e improvement since that early date. Eagle Grove holds decisions over both Clarion and Mason City. 3thcr grappling squads are entered ,n the meet from Luverne, Iowa Fulls, Forest City, Burt, Grant Township and Gilmorc City. Winners and runncrsiip of the district TROJANS TO SET OUT ON INVASION OF TIGER'S LAIR Marshalltown Jaysee to Be Opponent of Friday for Mason City. H A M O N I l B H K 1 I I nnclly c · rimnn .f Tonsplilm K Tutnls 22 4 * TccImlcHl rcml. V'S JIE.N---17 II I l l n n .Sclmff.T t C.ITIIHI c JIlli-llcll K Mlllrr K Tolals ft ft I (I (I fl n 11 » n o i i (i ·: n ii l ·I 1 3 MIISK WOLIT HUNS UP 13-18 COUNT Micr Wolf took the evening to run up a 43 to 18 count again.it the Y Seniors in the second contest of .the night, Chrlstenson and Strong each getting 10 points on fieldgoals, while tho husky pivot man added a free throw. Hand and Tims scored three baskets for the senior aggregation, Hand also felting a trcn throw. V SENIORS -- IS A I 1 E K WOT.F--13 IK ll I I K i, finm f n o d !(nri,i.|i,)l,lrr z 4 I ) Vcflnvvnn f ] 1 4 Strong f Ii""'I n II I I MirlBlen.i r.Hik c 0 0 :i Ctrl-Ik f ilmmnns K 1 0 0 I'lttnnsky ·ructor K (I 0 II Totals H 2 8 T.itnH r, 0 0 fi i II 2 n o titles will meet. In the state mat tournament, scheduled at Fort Dodge, Feb. 23-21. Mohmrlcs Have Knlr Uecnnl. The local squad has enjoyed a fair season which gradually developed to the point where it, at tho season's close, ranks as a real threat. Defeats have been Buffered by the Mohawk grapplers 'but it was usually a high ranking mat squad which beab the Mohawks. Such mat squads as those from New Hampton, co-stale champion 1 Eldora Training .school, Eldora higl. school and Eagle Grove are among the teams which have dealt defca to the Red and Black squad. Somers will enter the S3 poum class at Clarion, where his chic rival is Billy Prehm of Eagle Grove who boasts an undefeated recort am) was rtmncrup for the .stnti title last your. Walter Leewrigh. will be entered at flu pounds, wit) another Prehm. also of Eagl Grove, the chief rival. Accurso or Thompson Entered. Jack Accurso or John Thompson will enter at lOfl pounds, Stewart undefeated mat artist from Burt heing the outstanding contendci for this crown. Johnny Wood wil find as his chief opponent in the (Turn to Mftrfcet I'aKI*) IA!US1I,W,1.T01VX 1'iillier ............ HI' ill'"" .............. LI' 'rmmpsnn .......... -' a" 1 " ............. "'· Vnllacc ............ I.G Knpecky MacUormM allriln Smith Carroll (c) Mason city junior college's Tro- ans hit the southward trail again Friday when tliey go to opposa .lurshalltovvn junior college on the "igcr floor. A big assignment waits 'or the local team when it takes on \lnrslialltoAvn. since the Marshall county five boasts ji clear conference record, .standing with Wal- lorf at the top of the Hawkeye iig-ue. The Trojans have won four con- .ests. and have also dropped four, aking even in their last pair of starts with a 30-20 loss to Estherville and a 35-11 victory over Boone. lictiirn Contest, The contest Friday night In a return game, the two teams having previously met at Mason City in a, Lilt of Jan. .12. The Trojans were :hc victims of an epidemic of helplessness that held them In check through most of that game, and started a rally that wa» too late to win. Standing J.O points under tha Marshalltown total at one time on Jnn. 32, Mason City's hasketeers brought their count to within threa points of the Tiger mark, but finally went down by 2D to 24. KoniH'r Honor I'hiycrs. Thompson and Wilson of the Tiger team are former all-state cag- era, gaining that honor in their days on the Bob Cat five of Marshalltown high school. The pair are high scoring aces and direct the offensive. drives of the Marshalltown Jayaeee. Capable reserves add to the strength of the Tigers, and both Coach Dickinson and Coach Sutherland are likely to make many changes in the lineups as the contest is played, if initial combinations fni! to g-o well. Leave Krliiay AfU;ruoon. The Mason City squad will leave by automobile Friday afternoon, and will include Kopecky, MacDonald, Neighbor, Gllpin, Smith, Carroll, Struyk, Yelland and Gibbs. Play on the Marshalltown floor will give the Trojans some state tournament preparation, wince the Marshall county gym will be the site of the state junior college tournament, beginning March 8. Lawler High Scores in Crucial Moments to Win LAWLER, Feb. 15.--The Lawler high school cagers defeated Fred eriita high at Lawler by a score of 37 to 36 in an overtime period. Led by L. Saltzmnn with 21 points, the locals played a fine game against a strong opponent and though trailing 16 to 25 at half time managed to score in the crucial mo- menta of the game. Hampton Girls, Boys in Victories at Home Flooi HAMPTON, Feb. 15.--Thr Hampton girls' basketball squad met the girls from Iowa Falls here and defeated them by a score of 30-18. The Iowa Falls boys also met defeat at the hands of Hampton, the score being 28-22. Philosophers say we get out of life just what we put in, and this is nlso true of congress. -- Lincoln Star. The NEW OLDSMO Jar cS^ Five-passenger touring coupe, 1934 Oldsmobile all-feature Six. GJ/u 3aJl!w 6 C V I . I . V D K I l B CVI.INDEK BUSINESS COUPE .......... $785 $ )9s SPORT COUPE ......................... §825. ..'.'.'..'.'.'.'.... .'.$IM5 2 DOOR SEDAN ........................ §798 ................ S 998 2 DOOR with Trunk ..................... 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