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SET FOR GLASS B PRACTICE MEET NEXT GAGE GAMP FOR TROJAN FIVE AT ESTHERVILLE Coach Sutherland's Men Will x Invade Emmet County Court Friday. NORTH IOWA BASKETBALL BANKBOARDS ; The Trojans have passed the Â·toughest spot in their schedule and ;are expected to win most^ if not Â·all, of their remaining games. ^Whether the aggregation can win .more games than it has won will be Decided next week when the Golden .eagers meet two teams that have defeated them. The teams are the .Webster City and Marshalltown fives. Both of these are Hawkeye conference tilts. v - Friday night of this week the Trojans' will engage Estherville at Bs- therville. Mason City is doped for. an edge-.in this tilt but basketball is the most uncertain of /sports and poach Â·Chick Sutherland is playm; safe by not considering scores or Records. ' Â·r, - S c o r e s Boosted Again. 1 As for scores, however, the Eagle Grove game proved to be a lifesaver for tKe scorers of the Junior college. Lane seems to have a secure hold on first place, being 31 points ahead of Snell, his running- mate, who has second place securely held down. ' Lane's average has taken a relapse, dropping to 8 points a game, whereas it hung around 11 and 12 points", several weeks ago. Snell has an average oJ almost 6 points a game. He has been partly handi- ,Â· capped from scoring because of hi ' Injuries. Me Peak, who is having some difficulty with his studies, is holding on to an uncertain third position with 51 points to his credit. He has hot been in action for several games because of ineligibility. Snell Leuds in Frco Shots. Pressing him for third position is Don Winnie who is only one point behind. Snell is leading the charity column,. having scored .15 [ free throws. , . .' Â· , Â· '.' ,.'. These are the four "big shots" of the Trojans, pecker, .reserve, Â·" ha's made the largest increase during the week, raising his number of points from 1 to 20 within a week. The . record follows: Player . , FG FT TP - Lane .45 12 102 Snell 33 15 71 Â· dVIcPeak 20 11 51 DOB Winnie ....19 12 ,.. ;: .50 Anderson ......11 2 24 Decker .' 8 4 20 John Winnie 6 4 16 Naiice .:. 2 2 6 Morgan .. 2 1 5 E*GAZETTE R.TS OFFER NEWS AND THRILLS EVERY WEEK MASON CnY, IOWA, FEBRUARY 5 1931 COCA COLA UPSETS Y'S MEN BY 19 TO 17 SPORT SIDELIGHTS 146 63 345 Semi-Pro Title Tourney to Be Held at Y.M.C.A. Trojans--Won- 6, Lost 6. Opponents' pbints^387. SPORT SCRAPS Wrestling, the sport in which Iowa formerly predominated with its champions, Frank Gotch and Earl Caddock, is toibe brot back to Des Moines, according to reports from' the capital city, and Pinkie George is the man who is promoting it. Both Jim Londos and Ed George, have signified intentions of appearing in Des Moines. * * * * . Intercollegiate football will be Â·_" abolished for the 1931 season of Trinity college, Sioux G5ty, because of Inability of the Instltu-.. Â· Mon to meet other college teams on even terms. * X * * The actual'figure on Hack Wilson's 1931 Cub contract is not common property, but baseball's current homerun champion will he getting plenty, even if it is only a part of what the guessers have guessed for him. Quotations range from $30,000 to ?37,500, striking 535,000 in between. * * * *. THE FEAT OF HAROLD SLYPES OF DES MOINES IN WINNING FOUR MEDALS IN THE RECENT STATE BOWLING TOURNAMENT S.TH.L REMAINS AS A FEAT YET WITHUX EQUAL IN THE NATION. * * * * Â· A football bearing signatures that would be invaluable at the foot of a professional gridiron contract is in the possession of John Walsh, Adair. Â·" "The pigskin bears the autographs of Frank Carideo, Marchmont Schwartz and Bert Metzer, Notre Dame's all-American trio, as well as those of Captain Tom Conley, Captain-elect Tom Yarr, Larry (Moon) Mullins and Bucky O'Connor. Walsh, during his last year at Notre Dame, was the roommate of "Jumping Joe" Savoldi, the Ramblers' famous fullback and it wns thru him that Walsh obtained the treasured football. * * * * PREPARATION FOR THE LEGAL PROFESSION HAS LURED WILLIS A. GLASSGOW, ALL- Â·YMERICAN HALFBACK OF 192Â», BACK TO THE CLASSROOMS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA. * * * * A petition for divorce was filed -here by Mrs. Alex Fidler, whose husband Is a Cedar Rapids box- Inp referee nnd Coc College nth- letlc trainer. t */ Â» * Committee posts tn the Amateur Athletic union have been conferred upon three University of Iowa coaches, they have been notified by the national organization. George ,T. Bresnahan will serve Independent Cage Teams of North Iowa to Play for Awards Feb. 20, 21. In order that a champion may be determined for this section of semi- pro.cagedom, the North Iowa independent basketball championship tournament is scheduled to be held at the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium Feb. 20 and 21. The member of the winning team will' be .presented gold basketball watch charms. Rimners-up will also receive silver basketball awards. The local Y is co-operating in the project and will offer the players free access to the swimming pool, handball court, miniature golf course and reading room. Â· The deadline for entries has been set for Feb. 10. Six teams have already sent in registrations. Approximately 30 North Iowa teams are expected to enter. C. H. Lennan, manager of the Diamond Bread team of Mason City and C. W. Gasswint of Canvas Company five, are promoting the tournament. Victory Over Britt Friday Will Clinch Title Honors. North loiva Standings. W. L. Pet Garner ...6 0 l.OOD Britt ," 5 2 .714 Buffalo Center . . . . . . . 4 2 .667 Lake Mills 4 2 .067 Northwood 3 3 .500 Belmond 2 4 .33:. Forest City 1 6 .141: Clear Lake ..: 0 6 .000 GARNER, Feb. 5.--The Garner high school basketball team defeated Belmond, 19 to 12, on the Belmond floor last Friday evening to remain undefeated. Buffalo Center downed Britt at Buffalo Center, 13 to 5. Northwood won from Clear Lake and Lake Mills defeated For est City in other conference games Garner plays at Britt on Frida evening of this week. A victory fo, Garner will clinch the conference championship, while a Britt victor, will leave that team still in the run ning. Belmond plays at Buffalo Ceh ter, Forest City journeys to North wood and Lake Mills engages Clea Lake in other conference games. LANS MADE FOR OTHER SPEEDERS ON RACING BEACH Arnold, (Hartz May Try for High Marks on Sands Â·at Daytona. DAYTONA BEACH, Feb. 5. (IP) --While Captain Malcolm Campbell gain groomed his huge Bluebird II machine for an assault upon the and speed record of 231 miles an iour, four smaller cars were ent- red Thursday in trials for class peed records. Campbell planned to make his'at- empt at low tide, conditions permitting. New Cars to Arrive. Al. Warren Baker, chief steward, announced that two stock cars vere' enroute from Detroit for trials n class B, 305 to 485 cubic inch lisplacement, and that a machine, powered with a Diesel engine, would arrive Thursday night or Friday ' r trials in the experimental class. Besides his giant racing car, aptain Campbell has brot from ngland a midget four cylinder car, n which he hopes to set a new speed record for automobiles hav- ng a piston displacement less than 45 cubic inches. Arnold, Hertz to Drive. Baker said Billy Arnold and Harry Hartz, well known American drivers, probably would arrive with stock cars Friday. C. L. Cummins, tadianapolis, is coming here with the Diesel car, similar to one in which he attained a speed of SO miles an hour last year. Campbell -was prevented from making an attack upon the world's record Wednesday because of a high wind that swept the natural speedway at the beach and blew soft sand over the course. on the track and field legislation committee, and for the fourth con secutive year David A. Armbniste will officiate on the swimming group, Ernest G. Schroeder, agaii Is a member of the wrestling an gymnastics committees for the thlr consecutive year. The appointment? effective at once, are for the entir year. J DIAMOND BAKERS NEAR HIGH MARK IN 51-21 VICTORY Canvas Men Beat Junior College 29-17; Connelly Is High Point Man. In the biggest upset of recent weeks in the city cage league at the Y. M. C. A., the Coca Cola five downed the Y's Men 19 to 17 Wednesday night. This . is the second game the Y's Men's five .has lost this season and strengthens the standing of the Canvas company in first position. The Diamond Bread five also made a remarkable showing by approaching the record scoring mark for the season by downing the Gildner quintet 51 to 21. The House of David team is the only team so far this season to go beyond the mark. The Canvas company defeated the Junior College 29 to 17 in the final game of the.evening. With all of the scoring, Connelly, playing forward for the Canvas company, was high with 10 field goals. Costello and Pattou shared runnerup honors with 7 field goals apiece. Coyle of the Coca Cola team and Lennan and Paulson of the Diamond Bread five tied for third place honors with 4 field goals apiece. COCOA COLA-- 19 FG FT PF Trayer, t 0 1 Dick, f ; . . . 2 1 Gross, f :...-Â·Â· 1 0 Stock, c 1 1 Coyle, g ..; .4 0 Johnson, g 0 0 Totals . . . . 8 3 Substitutions: Gross for Dick, Dick for Gross, Polnnsky for Johnson, Johnson for Polansky. Y'S MEN--17 FG FT. PF KoU, t 3 ' 0 1 Tamasi, f ....0 0 Abend'cll, c 1 1 Smith, g ,...1 1 Greely, g- 0 0 Lotorbour, g ;.. .2 1 TRACK'S MANY MARTINS -- By PAP '.*.Â·* -, Hi Totals .7 8 9 Substitutions: Smith for Abendell, Greely for Smith. DIAMOND BREAD--51 FG FT PF Grupp, f 3 1 I Lcnnan, f 4 G 1 Costello, c 7 0 3 Pntton, g V 0 1 Paulson, g: ; . . . 4 0 1 Totals -25 GILDNERS--21 Kutzncr, f Lohendorf, f . . . . . . Â» . . . . ! Carroll, c 1 IS COM is)Â© TO-5HOW Â«JS HOW HE SÂ£" THE WOCLD:S CHANGE MADE IN TIME OF OPENING TILT OF TOURNEY Nora Springs and Mason City to Clash on Court at 11 O'Clock. According to latest reports from the officials of the class B practice tournament, scheduled at the high, school and Y. M. C. A. for Friday imd Saturday, everything is in readiness. Two changes were made necessary in the pairings of the- teams as published. The Nora Springs-Mason City tournament game, which was scheduled to be played at the Y. M. C. A. Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock, was moved forward to Friday morning at 11 o'clock at the high school. The Hanlbntown-Mitchell game, which was to be played at the high school at 3 o'clock Friday, has been changed to 2 o'clock at the Y. M. C. A. These changes were necessitated because of the musical to be held at the high school from 3 to 4 o'clock Friday afternoon. AH teams participating in the tournament are on a keen edge and Interest seems greater this year than ever before. As Coach Grimsley stated, the class B tournament is the best means of bringing the. teams of the smaller towns together for comparison and early practice for the big tournaments to be held in March. FG FT PF 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 Jones, g Sheridan, g Totals 9 0 6 CANVAS CO.--2D FG FT PF Nance, f Â·" 1 2 Rendrickson, f 1 0 0 Connelly, f 10 0 2 Chrlstenson, c .Â·! 1 0 Hubhard, c 1 1 Â° Flnlayson, g ,..".' ' . . - . . 0 0 2 Lnrson.'g 0 0 1 Totalg -..18 3 7 Substitutions: Hendrickson f o r Nnnce, Christensen * for Connelly, Connelly for Hendrickson, Hendrlc.k- son for Christensen, Nance for FJn- layson, Flnlnyson for Hubbard, Larson for I'ort, Port for Larson. JUNIOR COLLEGE--17 FG FT PF ZeliUor, f 0 1 0 Shaffer, f ...'..I 1 - 0 Sutherland, f 1 0 0 Isaacson, c I 0 1 Fushusta, K ' 0 0 0 Patchen, g 1 1 1 Jlnrvellnp, g 1 4 1 Totals ' 5 7 8 Substitutions: Sutherland for Sclmffer, Schaf fcr for Pashustn, Marvelino for Patchcn, Patchen for Zehker. . . eReferee: Krneger, Â· Mason City. SAND SHOVELERS WIN SERIES OFF FUEL ALLEY FIVE Champlin Refining T e a m Wins Pair of Games From lowanas. THURSDAY'^ SCHEDULE Purity Bakers vs. Hcrivmnsoii Brothers Dairy on alleys 5 and 6at.7:-lS. Oakliiml-Pontiacs vs. Cluipin O'Ncil Coal company on niters 7 and 8 at 7 -A5. The Ideal Sand and Gravel team took a series from the Fireside Fuel company in Wednesday's bowling in the city league. The Champlin Refining company won two out of three games from the Deckers' lowanas five. Bender of the oil team was high all around with" 242 for a single and 625 for his three game total. DECKERS' IOWANAS. MacDonald 175 212 169--556 Swafford .189 Snook Â·.. .155 Bachman 201 Kolh .183 Handicap 35 Martin and Kellar Try Board Track 'rench Aces Agree It Is Fast as They Speed on Roof SWEA CITV TO PLAY ARMSTRONG SWEA CITY, Feb. 5.--The Swea City high school basketball team will play the Armstrong high school team hero Friday night. The locals lost their only 'game this year to" Armstrong on the Armstrong floor by two points. FIGHf RESULTS 148. 182 214 19G 35 141--478 176--513 14-1--559 223--602 35--105 Total 938 987 8882813 CHAMPLIN REFINING CO. Hill 338 161 180--479 Estill 166 193 178--537 Parker 149 219 174--54 Waldron ..144 176 169--4S9 Bender 24", 204 179--62f Handicap 37 37 37--111 Rockne Postpones Luther Engagement DES OR AH, Feb. 5.--Because of an unexpected trip to the Pacific const, Knutn Rockne, who wns scheduled to lecture nt Luther college Feb. 5, has postponed his engagement but will fill the engagement upon his return from the west early in March, By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS CHICAGO--Jose Santa, Portugal, and Knute Hansen, 'feacine, Wis., "no contest" ( 2 ) ; Larry Johnson, Chicago, knocked out Marty Gallagher, Washington, (2); Kid Francis, Italy, outpointed Georgia Nate, South Bend, Ind., (10); Harry Ebbetts, Brooklyn, N. Y., outpointed Willie Oster, Boston- (10). NEW HAVEN, Conn.--Louis (Kid) Kaplan, Meridan, Conn., out- pointed Jack Portney, Baltimore (10). SPRINGFIELD, HI.--Dave Knost, St. Louis, outpointed George Neron, Chicago (10). SAN FRANCISCO--Bud . Stringham, Salt Lake City, outpointed Bob Robinson, Oakland, Cal., (10). Total 876 S90 917 2783 FIRESIDE FUEL CO. T. Clausen ISO 140 157--44 Ellis 189 162 177--528 Elstad 116 107 138--36 Doe 145 145 145--435 Whitney 124 367 152--44 C Handicap 76 76 76--22. Total 804 797 8452441 IDEAL SAND AND GRAVEL CO Fuach 189 188 191--B6: Woodhouse 195 176 214--58 Gaylord 196 :64 158--51 Stenner 204 174 165--54 R. Johnson ..*190 168 138--49 Handicap 12 12 12-- 3 Total 986 882 878274 JOHNNY GALVERT SIGNS WITH 6 RUDD DEFEATS KENSETT 30-16 RUDD, Feb. 5.--Rudd defeated Kensett 30-16 here Wednesday night. Kensctt's'Reserves defeated the Rudd Reserves 16-11. Â· EAGLE GROVE ACADF.MY BEATS WHITTEiUORE CAGERS EAGLE GROVE, Feb. 5.--The Sacred Heart cagern of Eagle Grove managed to outscore the Presentation academy of Whittemore, 10 to 16, here Wednesday night. Eagle Grove led, 7 to 3, at the rest period. Tollllon was the best performer for tlie winners, collecting seven points Pat Farrcll tallied six points for the losers. NEW YORK, Feb. 5.. (..T)--Six tories above Fourth avenue in the varm sun of a cold winter after- iQon, a French automobile mechanic vith an angelic name and a French lock broker with a Scandinavian ast of countenance put on spiked rack shoes. Gingedly they stepped on the ioard track which circled the roof, ook a few hesitant strides, then, as heir muscles limbered up, broke nto full stride and sped around 'and irouml the boards. Try Out Boards. Seraphin Martin and Paul Keller, .he world's record holder at 800 nctcrs, the later French champion at that distance, the two leading middle distance runners of France, were seeing and running on a board .rack for the first time. They had landed from the He De Frcnce less than 24 hours before and were wasting no time in familiarizing- themselves with the sort of a track on which they are to race the pick of America's middle distance runners during the next month. "How do you like it, Martin?" the tall, black-haired Frenchman was asked as he stopped for a breather. "Tres bien," he said, grinning, "fast, very fast." Keller, as fair as Martin is dark, near" six feet in heigth, with long, thin legs, nodded agreement. "Very good," he said. Devnney Watches. Among watchers on the roof of the Wanamakcr garage as Martin and Keller worked off their sea legs was Mike Devaney, famous half miler of a few years back. "That boy Martin will do," Devancy said as the beautifully proportioned Frenchman came tearing around the turn. "He's got a beautiful stride for the boards and looks like a fine runner. I can't say so much for Keller." Martin will make hia American debut Saturday night in the Mlllrose A. A, games while Keller will run Monday in the Seton hall games at Newark, N. J. They will continue to race in alternate meets until the national A. A. U. championships in New York Feb. 25, when both are programmed. They will return home after the championship meets. Waterloo Puncher Wants One More Chance at Krieger. Johnny "Kid" Cnlvert, Waterloo, fighting-fool was signed last night to trade blows with Spin Nelson, Austin beef-killed, in one of the six round bouts of 40 round boxing at the show scheduled at the armory Thursday. Feb. 12. Calvert won a warm spot In the hearts of Muson City and North Iowa boxing fans for his two fisted attack in his hard fight with Curl Kreigcr, local star to whom he lost by the K. O. route in the fifth round. Joe Kelly, matchmaker for the American Legion drum corps in signing Nelson to meet the Waterloo maviler procured two fighters of the same type that keep punching every second they are In the ring. The Waterloo mauler wants another chance at 'Carl Kreigcr and matchmaker Kelly promised one if he wins over the Austin puncher. Don Hampton, local welterweight star, was also signed to meet a worthy opponent In one of the six rounders and Kelly Is negotiating with Putt Mossman of DCS Moines. Billy Love of Omaha and Glenn "Kid" Lehr of Waterloo, to be pitted against the local mauler. Matchmaker Kelly has the wires busy trying to sign an opponent for Leonard Johnson, Forest City, and is waiting word from Hal Mollenhoff, Fort Dodge, for one of the six rounders. Lions Nearly Overcome by Second Half Rally in 33-29 Clash. ST. ANSGAR, Feb. 5.--Tha St. Ansgar Lions journeyed to Rock- ird to play the RockCord Independents and emerged victorious from a lotly contested game, 33-29. Tha Lions took the lead at the beginning and hold a coiiBiderablo lead all thru the first half, but when thii second period started the Rockford men put on a scoring ^liow and came up to -within 3 points oÂ£ lying the count, tut tney lucksfl Uio playing- experience of the Lions an"3~ couldn't ?iold on. Priem of St. Ansgar took the individual scoring honors with 19 points, while I-I. Mitchell of Rack- ford marked un J2. ST. ANSGAR--83 FG FT PF Ringer, f ...3 0 1 Pricni, f ....!) 1 1 Gilljurtson, o I. 0 1 McMillin, g Z 0 1 Heard, g ....I 0 Â£ TOTALS 10 1 7 ROCICFORD--2!) FG FT PF Butty, f v...2 0 0 Turner, f 0 (t 0 Krulcoxv, f f (J ' 0 II. Mitchell, o 5 a 1 Aurund, c 0 0 0 K. ISiddicIt, (? 0 J 3 L. Mitchell, K Â· Â· 0 0 M. Biddick, g 1 0 0 TOTALS ..13 3 4 BASKETBALL RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Centnil 2R, St. Ambrose 21. Illinois Wcsloyim 20, Eureka 11. Superior 8tuto Touchers, 31, St. Mary's college (Wtunnu, Minn.) 20. HIGH SCHOOL Sljjonrncy 35, Polla 14. Sacred iln:irt (Eii(,'IÂ« Grove) 10; Presentation Academy (Whilte- more) Ifi. St. Mary's (Waterloo) 43, St. Mary's (Mursluilltown) ]4. Stuart 1H, Cooper 1.3. Columbia academy (Dui)ii(]ue) 22, St. WoncRHlaus (Cedar Rapids) (i. UOYD BOWLING CO. 201/J-21 i/j East State ROMPT OTRANTO LOSES TO MITCHELL 34-7. OTRANTO, Feb. 5.--Otranto high school boys played at Mitchell Tuesday cvenipt'iand lost 3-i to 7. CORA COAL at $7.00 per ton cash PHONE 888 Fireside Fuel Co. THURSDAY, FEB. 12 ARMORY 40 - Rounds - 40 CAUL KRIEGER Mason City VS. "HARD OIL" LEHR Waterloo JOHNNY "KID" CALVERT Waterloo, VS. "SPIN" NELSON Austin on Snlo at Boyd's Commencing Monday. ORDERS FILLED.