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BASKETBALL · * · · · · · « · Spencer high school, Port Dodge junior college close Mohawk, Trojan cage seasons in doubleheader on local court, Friday, Feb. 23. OUT OF THE PRESSED , °J Al MITCHEllV Iowa-Purdue The beat half game of basketball that It'a been my opportunity to see this season was played at Iowa City Saturday night. High up above the giant university basketball court, the pressbox afforded an excellent view of the contest that ended Iowa's hopes for the Big Ten championship. « * ^ It wasn't that Purdue was so . much better than Iowa, but merely that the Boilermakers were better average ball players, who kneiv what to lo next in nearly every case . . and did it. « « « , Iowa was brilliant in the first half, as baskets clicked in from long and short range, on post plays, tiplns, long shots from the court » . . . mostly the Selzer fiat variety . . . while Purdue merely waited, rushed to meet the flashing Iowa attack, and was .outwitted at nearly every turn. -·* * * Pnrdue was scoring In the lirst half, of course, In fact, Its score was merely two points' less than flrnt of Iowa's at the · gun. But no one worried about that . . . wasn't a great Iowa team on Its way to a smash- Ing victory? * * « . Tumblers and gymnasts entertained during the rest period, and the 13,200 persons crammed into the big Iowa fieldhouse laughed happily and applauded heartily. * * * Then the game was on again. Bastlan didn't seem to bo controlling the tlpoff so well . . . but then, he hadn't done that through the first session with any consistencj-. And 1'urdue seemed to be moving even more slowly than it had during the opening half of tho game. * V # Purdue was moving slowly . . . and accurately. All but two or three tinoffs at center went back to Lov/- ery, Boilermaker guard, and the husky boys in the back zones of the Boilermaker defense took the ball across the center line leisurely, to ·wait. ··':·- ^ * They waiter! until something Itsolt.that fitted Into, the attacking scheme, until Iowa began to wonder. Then they went places, usually to the west basket for a neat attempt. 9 * « The lowans got the ball on many occasions, but the slow play and strain imposed by Purdue was productive of a large case of jitters. · Plays started too close to the line that marks safety and disaster. And Purdue stopped them cold. * * * That's about all there is to this story. Purdue has a great basketball team. Lawler High School in 47 to 17 Court Victory LAWLER, Feb. 19.--The Lawler high school cagers defeated Alta Vista high at Lawler Friday evening by a score of 47 to 17. At half time the score favored the locals 5 to 9, but after that L. Saltzman, who scored a total of 34 points, began pitching them in from all angles to score an easy win. The locals have avenged two bad defeats in the last two games. Lake Mills Wins by Big -Margin Over Local Team LAKE] MILLS, Feb. 19.--The Lake Mills Tigers defeated the Mason City Brownies 71-24 in a game played here. Moran, center, was high man. with 34 points. B O X I N G THURSDAY, FEB.. 22 Mason City Armory ·t A GREAT -I A 1U BOUTS 1U NEW 10 W PRICES: Main floor doc; lUncMcJc Kent Q O r ; irn- cml A d m . floe; E.ndle«, nns- aeat, 2Je; 1'lui Fnltrn; Tax "SIVEDE" Al. (Dj-nnmlte) HARE vs. WILSON 6 Rounds at 35Z Ihs. Kid ItOI.r*AND RIPPLEY vs. MALCOHM Roanda at Its ITis. . i JOHNSON vs. BODKINS I i:ounrls nt 170 Ibs. "·»V BAI.I'II CALVERT vs. KNEBLE \ Jlounda at IBS Ibs. MTKE VEIITS Wolfe vs. StoHenberff Forest Tils- Carlrrill]p. H RounrTi at Heavyweight I.lmlt JACK KABI. KELLY vs. FOX 3 Ritln(]« nt 115 Ilil. . MILLER vs. MICHELS 3 RounrTp at 140 IM. nir.i.v (iimi Tn.vy MARTIN vs. WEITZEL 3 Itouaas nt 133 IDS. 2 -- Other Great Bouts -- 2 Gft ticket* noir. .Strnldarr! Alley* nnd Unllerl r;i(rar .Slorc " MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 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. OSAGE TO OPEN MEET 2*iolta£tti2£gggjglH?" Wrestling Tourney aJClarion'Mat Start Sectional Cage Tourney Napoleon of FIVE MASON CITY I WINS SLOW MILE \Rnnthrnn in PURDUE MAY RUN PaMnss 'Z^%£5r£ft£Z Ccntcrs ' Baseball III GRAPPLERS PLAN £«» ta QTUWniwn uimicD - at Neiv York Northwood and Osage, class A basketball teams, will be the John McGraW Goes to SC £O ("]O|1 £}lP. fl riViymnnrn/l *»r\cfnmoo f\f + hn nnrrmtn « n j 4-,.T~~f "TV · · ) ···*· *-* v ~. v ~ v .i , T wit imvt wo«i£t;, LJCIDO xi. utiaivcuijcui Ltrams, will Dti first to don the abbreviated costumes of the cagers and take 1 their stands on the Mason City floor as sectional basketball play begins here Thursday afternoon. Pairings and time schedule for the* - · - -- -teams which will compete here in school va. Parkersburg; Reinbeck the first tests toward the state bas- vs - Dve '--" ---- "" - ketball title were announced Monday morning by Coach J. A. Grimsley of Mason City high school. Clxss A Games. Class A pairings and schedule are as follows: · · J\- oiiiaa. ^vimoid VS Northwood-Osage, 3:10 Thursday; Spencer vs. Sutherland. Rockiord-St. Ansgar, 4:20 Thurs- B Class: Arnolds Park vs bye- day; Mason City-Nora Springs, 8:10 Dickens vs. bye- Everly vs Gnr- Ttursday; Clear Lake-Manly; 9:20 field; Gaza vs. Gillet Grove- 'Grcon- Thursday. Upper bracket semifinals ville vs. Lake Center; Moncta vs will bring the winners of the lat- Okoboji; Peterson vs. Rossie; Webb ter pair of games into action at -" " 8:10 o'clock Friday night, and the lower bracket teams will meet Friday at 3:50 o'clock. Class A finals o'clock Saturday Buncombe; Goldfield Kamrar vs. Lehigh; Itcorlana vs. Otho; Randell vs. S;rau'"-d; Williams vs. Woolstock. WEST UXJOX. A Class: Decorah vs. bye; Fayette vs. hoys; Maynanl vs. Oelwein; West Union vs. bye. B Class: Arlington js. Clermont; Elgin vs. Fredericksburg; Hawkeye vs. Oran; Randalia vs. Stanley. Garner Pairings and Times Listed (JARivR, B'eb. 19.--'i'he sectional basketball tournament will he held here in the high school auditorium ill a three day session, pairings being made as follows: Class A Belmond, bye, Britt vs. Buffalo Center, 7 o'clock Thursday. Forest City- Qarner, 8 o'clock Thursday. Kanawha-Lake Mills, 9 o'clock Thursday. Clasa B--Convith-Crystal Lake 1:30 Friday; Goodell-Hayfield 2:30 Friday; Klemme-Thompson, 3:30 Friday and Ventura-Wesley, 7 o'clock Friday. Belmond will play the winner or the Butt-Buffalo Center g-ame at 8 o'clock Friday night. Winners of the Forest City-Garner and Kanawha-Lake Mills play at 9 will be at 8:10 evening'. Clasa B will line up as follows: Hanlontown-Kensett, 7 o'clock Thursday; Mitchell-Otranto, 9:30 Friday morning; Plymouth-Rock Falls, 10:40 Friday morning. Swale- dale, Rudd, Carpenter, Fertile and Grafton drew first round byes. Second Hound Games. Second round games will see Carpenter and Fertile in action at 1:30 Friday; Rudd-Swaledale, 2:40 Friday; winners of Mitchell-Otranto and Plymouth-Rock Falls games at 7 o'clock Friday. Grafton will be the last Class B team to begin action, meeting the Hanloutown-Ken- sett winner at 9:20 Friday, Third round play will bring the lower bracket teams in action at 2:10 Saturday afternoon, and the upper bracket teams at 3:20. Clasa B finals will be at 7:30 o'clock Saturday night. Officials for the Mason City tournament will be -Whitford. State Teachers coach, and King: of Grirj- nell, according to Grimsley's announcement. Other North Iowa pairings vere announced as follows by the Associated Press: AIA3ONA. A Class: Algona vs. b y e ; Emmetsburg vs. bye; Humboldt vs. Swea City; West Bend vs. bye. B Class: Bancroft vs. bye; Bode vs. Dakota. City; Fenton vs. Lakota; Ledyard vs. Liverniore; Lonerock vs. Luverne; Renwlck vs. Seneca; Thor vs. Titonka; Vernon vs. Woden. ES1HKRVILL.E. A Class: Armstrong vs. Estherville; Graettinger vs. Spirit Lake. B Class: Ayrshire vs. bye; Dolliver vs. bye; Excelsior vs. Haifa; Harris vs. Lake Park; Ringsted vs. Ruthven; Superior vs. Superior Twp.; Swan Lake vs. Bye; Terrill vs. bye. GAJINEK. A Class: Belmond vs. bye; Britt vs. Buffalo Center; Forest City vs. Garner; Kanawha vs. Lake Mills. B Clasa: Corwlth vs. Crystal Lake; Goodell vs. Hayfield; Klemme vs. Thompson; Ventura vs. Wesley. HAMPTON. A Class: Ackley vs. Clarksvllle; Dows vs. Greene; Hampton vs. Hun- bard; Iowa Falls vs. Sheffield. B Class: Alden vs. bye; Alexander vs. bye; Allison vs. bye; Apllng- ton vs. Chapin; Dumont vs. Geneva; Hanseil vs. bye; Owasa vs. bye; Rowan vs. bye. NEW HAMPTON. A Class: Charles, City vs. bye; Cresco vs. Nashua; New Hampton vs. Riceville; Waverly vs. bye. B Class: Alta Vista vs. bye; Chester vs. Col well; Elma vs. Floyd- Fredericka vs. Ionia; Lawler vs'. Lime Springs; Marble Rock vs. McIntire; Orchard vs. Plainfield; Tripoli va. bye. PLOVEn. A Class: Albert City vs. Laurens; Pocahontas vs. Rolfe. B Class: Bradgate vs. bye; Curlew vs. bye; Des Molnes township ys.^Gilmore City; Havelock vs. Mal"" Palmer; Pioneer /er: Kodman vu ^\rt vs. bye. REJNBECK. M ^ c A Class; Conrad vs. bye; Grundy tional tournament Center vs. Eldora; Iowa Training r'rew Corwith also. vs - Dve B. Class: Dike vs. bye; Dinsdale vs. bye; Geneseo vs. bye; Liscomb vs. bye; New Hartford vs. Steamboat Rock; Union vs. bye; Wellsburg vs. bye; Whitten vs. "bye. SPENCER. A Class: Milford vs. Primghar; vs. bye. WATERLOO. A Class: Cedar Falls vs. bye; East Waterloo vs. Jessup; LaPorte City vs. Shell Rock; Teachers College high vs. West Waterloo. B Class: Brandon vs. Denver; Dunkerton vs. Finchford; Hazelton vs. Hudson; Jancsville va. Orange township. WEBSTEIt CITY. A Class: Clarion vs. bye; Eagle Grove vs. bye; Fort Dodge vs. Radcliffe; Webster City vs. bye. B Class: Bamum vs. bye; Blairsburg vs. Bumside; Callender vs. vs. Jewell; o'clock. The semifinals of Class B will play Saturday afternoon. Class B-finals are at 7:30 Saturday followed by Class A finals at 9 o'clock. Bancroft Wins Contest With Wesley by 29-15 WESLEY, Feb. 19.--The Wesley boys' basketball team lost to St. John's academy at Bancroft last week with a. score of 29 to 15. The girls played at Rake the same evening and won by a score of 42 to 23 Friday evening-, Feb. 16, the girls played at Ledyard in the county tournament,, drawing Lakota, and won by a score of 31 to 16. In the second game Saturday afternoon, the girls won over Lonerock 32 to 17. In the finals in the evening they played Whittemore and lost a hard fought game by a score of 3-1 to 17. The Wesley girls were presented the tournament basketball as their trophy. The boys' tournament starts next Thursday evening at Algona. Wesley plays Luverne in the first game at 7 o'clock. Goodell Plays in Last Crystal Lake Contest CRYSTAL LAKE, Feb. 19.--The last home basketball game of the season was played here when the lo- · -- " -- ....--.. .. u ..,- wivi'jATjif cj, j' uu Ay,--INew fiart lard- Ottosen vi Pnimr, w , I me ' GooJc11 - Crystal Lake firsts ford won the Butler county basket- vi PlnvPr K^ Palmer ^ P1 »eer lost to Goodell 19 to 26, and Good- ball tournament Saturday at the va. Hover. Rodman va bye; Ware ell lost to the Crystal Lake seconds. Parkersburg high school gymna- At the county tournament Crystal slum, in one of the fastest games drew Convith and in the sec Crystal Lak Independent Basketball Tournament ST. JOSEPH'S GYMNASIUM FEBRUARY 19 to 24 20 nf th« liest teams in this territory are competing for honors. Games start at 7 P. ,M, Four games pach nlffbr. Adults , . Children ADMISSION EACH NIGHT 4ftc SEASON 20e TICKETS $1.50 Hospital; Has Bad Night Sunday. NEW YORK, Feb. 19. (.T)--John J. McGraw, part owner of the New York Giants, who is ill with uremia in a New Rochelle hospital, was reported worse today. A bulletin issued Louis B. Chapman, said the baseball leader was in no immediate danger and that there seemed, at this time at least, to he no necessity for an operation. He pointed out, however, that McGraw's ngc--he will be 61 on April 7--was a factor that must be considered. Baseball's "little Napoleon," who piloted the New York Giants to 10 National league pennants from 1902 until his retirement in 1932, first became ill about two weeks ago. Health Caused Resignation. Ill health was the major reason for McGraw's dramatic resignation as manager of the Giants on June 3, 1B32. Handicapped by illness and advised by his physician not to make any more road trips with the club, ·' McGraw stepped down with the Giants in last place. Bill Terry, first baseman, succeeded him and compl .ely re-built the team at the end ox che 1932 campaign and came back itli a club which won the National leag-ue pennant and the world series last year. CHfiRLESCITYANS IN TOP POSITION Comets Finish Season With Pair of Contests in Northeast Loop. NEW HAMPTON, Fen. 18.-- The league leading Charles city "Comets" walloped New Hampton 33-12, as Oelwein, holder of second place remained idle in the Northeast Iowa conference. Nashua's much defeated quintet upset Osage 39-19 and Cresco defeated 35-10. the tail-end Waukon team New Hampton easily won from Nashua, 28-12. The conference race will end this weak with Charles City coasting to the finish, apparently with the pennant. The Comets meet Osage and close the season against Nashua Oelwein is likely to finish the season with only one defeat, meeting Nashua and then closing with the up and down Decorah team. New Hampton will attempt to avenge an early season loss with Osage in which the Chickasaws were leading until the final minute. Crcsco closes the season F*. "iw ·ti,r~,-^t on Friday THK STAIVId.Vfi OcUvr-ir, . . . . . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . 7 f»"oiv Hampton ri C'rcsco '^ ^ Wavrrly '.'..'.'. - IVrM Union IVnshii!, I.. 1 .dim .R77 .114 .001) OAMHK THIS \ V K K K fc'l). 3»--.Viuliua nl orltrr/n, .%«· Hiimn- trm lit O.siiEr. KM*, zz --Osncf nt Omrlf* City. l'fl. 2.1--Orlirrln ut Decnnih, Cresro nl Nc.w Ilnmritrjn. Feb. 21--amrlfH C'lly nt Nnnrmu. /.A.ST WKKH'.S .SCOIIKS .Vnnhtiii ^»: O^acrp 10. rliarlpa r i l y ' 3 3 : 'nv Ifunptmi 12. Crpsro ^M VA'nnTJon 19, New Ilaronlon 38; Xnsliun 12. New Hartford Wins Butler County Meet by Whipping Greene GREENE, b 19, -- New Hftrt- -- -- ,, ~ ever plavod in the county, with th n an as a e r Greene teams as its opponents. The loo for chamnionshin honors in tli "-· .·-' u|.^*-*..t..*,T. i nc luu l t I ^ I l j t l l l U l l score was, New Hartford 22, Greene northeast Iowa district wrcstlin.r; 20, with three minutes overtime meet. Every class was hotly cori' play. Thursday's scores: Greene 49, Allison 23; Parkersburg 58, Clarks- villc 33. Fridav's scores: Greene 29 Parkersburg 19; New Hartford ,14 Shell Rock 2S. STATE TITLE BID Second Place in Points Is Mason City's After District Trial. CLARION, Feb. 19.--Eagle Grove high school won the wrestling tournament here Saturday with a total of 44 points; Mason City won sec- * · - .-...-^ r , v i i i i n u i City and Iowa Falls, trailed alon- with a few points each won on falls and third places. Eagle Grove put eight boys through to state tournament eligibility with five championship and three runnerup winners. Mason City and Clarion will each send five to the tovirnament, and Bnrt, two. The district champions are as follows: 85 pounds, B. Prehm, Eagle Grove; 95 pounds, Lcewright, Mason City; 105 pounds, Stewart. Burt; 115 pounds, Wood, Mason City; 125 pounds, Osman, Kagle Grove- 135 pounds, Fisher, Eagle Grvoe- 145 pounds, Carter, Burt; 355 pounds Wilcox, Eagle Grove; 1G5 pounds, Tallman, Clarion;.heavyweight Hill Eagle Grove. HOW THEY FINISHED n ~ f i r o v e J i Muson CIIT I l . i ' j o Mnrirtn . . . . " "··» »"« "."":I:;:::?H l.nvi-mo 3 K H M I F I N A T . UOUNI 83 POIITU! : l » B « -- I t . 1-rclirn ( K n p l f Onivt-) Uiro Smith ( H u r t ) . Sinners OUuitn City) "on u acvKloii from SFmke (flnrinn). H.T rmniit i:)a.s;--J P IVrlilil ( City) t h r e w T. I'mlim ( K i i ^ l c r.rnvp) with half nt-IiMin nnd Tinr ami In B:4H. T.lphty (I.ii- vornc) threw O»CTi-\ ( H u r t ) w i l d Ii'rnillrirk QniT liar nnii tn 5:3(1, 10,1 rniiiiti class--stewiirt fiitirt) won tle- cl»f« tirnim itrfeliln ltagiK G m v r ) . V. Stro (Mnsrm 1 t ) . "nmpson l i f t Pound Clash--Wwjfl MiiMm r i l y ) threw WrlRtit ^Knr-le Omvn) with wrKUock and foody, eliancftry In 3:39. Unrstr (Grnnl Towns n In) d«footed Mnrford (Olaricm). 12,% pniinii rln»v--O»mnn (Ku-lo firnvc) thmr Mnlfonu (I.uvrmr) nJdi half nrtam and hup ami In 4:40. Martin (Mnxan Clly) Won rfi-cfhTun from Hrlstnw (Hurt). threw Nlpol (Mnwin Pity) w i l h vrriittlnclc nrul h n l f nr(.1.011 In JT:33. fl. I'nrrrM (T.u- vt-rno) rorfdEcd In Sfmm (('tarl'tn). IIS roiimj r.tarut--.Mr« MjiN»n Ity) thrciv M. I*err4]] (T.uvernn) ivlth nrnilnrk nnd rtmtirfry tn -I:Btt. Cnrtor (Hurt* ttiretv HntVr ( f l t l r l o n ) u l l h itnm anil vrrt*ll[»i:k. Irt.f Pound ria«--\VHniT (Kurclu nrnvc) t h r e w rinrknry (Frirrftl C l l y ) In 1:18. % Mn- npllnnii (C'lnrttm) won 3?c\s1tm frctni Tc- Ifi.l 1'miml -lns*---Tullimin (I'lnrtnn) won (UclMfin frrmi I.rln (FtirMl C J l j ) . I.iikeluirt (Eititta GnivM JTTU- u hyp. lira vywrln lit ("ln«f:--Hill (Tuclr (irnvc) won i1rc!.ilin from Inlrn CUimm, Clly). K,r,iu.,lv (CTarloiO wnn Trr,lslo n fnmi Innrf (Futrsl { ' I t y ) . 1-irVAT, ItOtiMI flfS I'oiin^ 'I:H5--I'rrlmi (Tlnr-lc (Irovft) won a d r r N l r m irom Nornrrs (Mnson M l y . OB Ptuinil f'l.Tss--\VriRht M n n o n 4*Hy t h r e w I.'rlHv (Liivrnic) with n- 5f»uldn Tuir nim In -1:08. HW I'onniJ i:lu.i*--Slnvnrt ( B t J r t ) wnn n r f f c n ' n ' n i l t ' f S i J n n mini K. Strnvpr t C l n r l n n ) . Ovrlltm\ 11*1 1'iiniul ClflNK--Wooil (Mciftnn 'lt3 h ) vnn it nr!r«fin f r o m ^tnrroril ( C l u r l o n ) , 125 I N i t i n i l irin^.i--Osinnii (Knjrlf. !rnvr) won n- niffrni's ilcrlslon fnmi .Unriln (Mn- (i«ii '!(v), Ovrrtfnic, 135 rrmrtit Dnss--I'lshcr f K n c t p ttnivr) «-m L* rrfrn'f.'s riiirlfUon fntm Shntp (Ch»r- [on. Ovrrttmp. MS I'onn,i f'hiPH--Cnrtrr ( U u r t J wi,n n ·r'filon f r o m .titl Oliumn C i t y ) . nn a ili'tl,sli)n frnni MrClrlliini) ffrini-]fin. Ifl, 1 ! I'minil riMs--TiiUniiui ( r t a r l . i n ) won n. drrMiin fmni T.-tti-Jiart (Ka^-lft r.roi'i 1 ). [Rlif rinsn--Mill (i:»-li C.nivO thri»\v Krnnnly ft'lnrlon) with n half nclisnn r\d h n r Hrm In 'J:l.1. ft,1 rnnnrf ri/i5---Ftfiirl / I l n r t V wi, n n ilt-- Alon fnmi Smith (T.nvprno), Kf*nicrK Mn- n niy ivnn it (Trr'islon from Rrnd. n.1 I'niind rlri«*--T. T'rchm (Ftnttln flr.ivnt ir-w 0\v«-nH f R i r r « with nn nmi Inrlr and hnrty KRS-rtn In 4 :4B. 1*rrhin i l e f r n l M l Urlity ( I . u v e m p ) . Jftfl I'oiimJ rjiisn--ItrMLy (KiisL) fir»vi» threw Stelrr {)''orcil City) with n h u l f nrl- non In fl-Rfc. F. Slnivtr (Clnrlnn» ilr-rrnlM rfrfcnttMl Rr'shy. l i f t 1'oiinil C l a t f -- W r l f f l i t (Kinjlc Grovi-) ·r^ntnl Uneven ( f i r n t i t t nnd M u t t i - r (I.n- ·rn«- lost tn .Mnrlln (Mnsmi C i t y ) . ! 3.1 I'niiurl *:jnss-- Nlr i.I (Mn*nn ')t row Thnnilnn (Fnrfst C l l y ) w i l h n Iwnly lon), H5 n w . y In :!:17. Nlrol lost to Sharr, ( rii»r- Vftiind Clnss--Tlntl^r (Cl^rtnin \vnn n from lt(i[cr ( K f l R l n firnvri nnrt Moll (Minion C i t y ) . lfi.1 I'onnd f'fn«s--Flnrbiif}- H'wvHt CJty) rlr-rcnfrd lylnkif* ( H u r t ) . MrCtellnnd (f:|i\r- I n n ) threw IMncknry « l t l i n h n l f nelwn an^ hnr nnn. Tlmn. :."«3. i n » J'fumd duns--r.ukrhnrt i : n K [ n f l r o v r ) ·fcnlf.t T,rln (I'ftrcst C i t y ) . IlcRvywHcht Class--r.nkir (Mnsim C i t y ) ".tttiitH K f n u r d y (C'lftrion), Cresco Noses Out Win on Home Mat CRESCO, Feb. 10. --Cre.HCo nosed out New Hairvoton and East Water- tested nmi R strong array of district championa will represent northeast Iowa in the state meet at For!. the earmarks of a re^ilar state meet especially in the lower classes. The feature bout of the eveninpr brought Maland of Cresco and Manly Indies Win Tilt \Y/'iU D 1 T" 1 11 T) 17 brought Maland of Cresco and Wilh KOCK rails Z Z - l / Harter of East Waterloo together ROCK FALLS, Feb. 19.--The '" the 125 pound clans in one of Manly Indies defeated the Rock Falls Cubs 22-17. In the opening T ' m '" """"' game the Rock Falls high school girls defeated the Manly high girls. R. Hanson of Rock Falls rcf- erecti both frames. ADDITIONAL SPORTS ON MARKET PAGE Bill nonthron, wlio ran a slow '1:14 mile !o ilcfuut. Gluiui CunnliiKliuin of Knnsns nnd C-eiid Vcn/.lio of rcnn In tho X. Y. i\. C. games, stirred a giant vrtnvil to fren/.y when ho .stc|ii!Ct) In jit tlio Jiiiish to u'in from Ctinningban) by iiu^hcs. Vonv.ko finished yards behind. Y GRAPPIBS IN HIGH SCHOOL GO Mohawks to Mix With Newly Formed Wrestling Team in Tuesday Match. Alumni high school wrestlers will find their opportunity to exchange holds with the current Mohawk mat edition when Hie newly organized Y. M. C. A. wrestling "team, composed largely of former Mohawk grapplers, meets the high school squad nt the high school gymnasium Tuesday night at 7:45 o'clock. Only in the lighter weights will the Y team be lacking in candidates. However, tills dearth of grnpplcrs will be balanced by extra matches in the heavier weights Skipping the 85, 05 nnd 105 pound divisions, the squads will start in at 11!) pounds where Gcorgn Haynes, a former Red and Black squad grappler, will meet Johnny Wood in one of tho evening's" feature matches. At 125 pounds, Captain Mike Martin of the high school will wrestle either Darrel Lcfrimjwell, Bob t,oc wright or "Sandy" Sonder' l l . "Reel" Martin, brother of Mike, and recently crowned Golden Gloveg boxing champion of Iowa, will return to his first love-- wrestling-as ho tackles George Nicol of the Mohawk squad. Martin, wrestling under the Mahawk banner last season, was third in state mat ranks. LeRoy Mott of the Mohawk squad will oppose Cedric Howell or Paul squad in the 145 Satter of the Y pound class. Harold Gricr, former Mohawk , grappler, or Earl Pattschull will meet a Mohawk yet to be selected in the 155 pound class and Bill Stephans of the Y squad will tangle with a Mohawk representative in the 1(55 pound division. Captain Al Stoeclter of the Y squad will grapple Harold Lonke in the heavyweight division the program's finale. Waldorf Warriors in Last Period Struggle for Win by 34 and 31 FOREST CITY, Feb. in.-Coming irom beljfntl the Waldorf warriors tought to tic the game in the fourth to 31 game here Saturday night. Gilbert and Johnson r} for Waldorf with 13 and 9 points jspectively. Nolan, tall Manknto out for TIIK I.t.VEI.TS WAr.nonr'--34 MANKATO--31 nillirrlinn Itoblninn .r,,i,,i.oi' l . H l i l k IK it t r. i o : o 3 ·i n I 3 3 :t i o I I 7 Held,,- 1 l!"lj].ls.i,i I Mr-Arthur IK u 3 " I I n l) 4 I II I 1 -j In law, novation is the substit.i lion of one legal obligation another. Bonthron in PURDUE MAY RUN TM ,, , ° STflNOING H|GHER Win Mile Try m U/CCTFRM TII T Cunningham Loses by '" "CO I CRN U L I Inches in 4:14 at M. S. Garden. By ALAN GOULD (Associated Press Sports Editor) NEW YORK, Feb. 19. uTi--The honors in the all-America battle for mile running supremacy rest today ith Princeton's black-haired Bill The Boilermakers were to meet tlit last sweeping stride of. a hair- raising finish that provoked 11 highly emotional outburst by a crowd of 10,000 spectators in Madison Square garden. Second Slim Margin. The result was, perhaps, no more conclusive Uian the margin of :ne solitary vote by which Cunningham nosed out Bonthron Cor the prized Sullivan memorial award for the outstanding amateur athletic performance of 1933. Tliij fact is their intensively dramatic battle for supremacy may never be satisfactorily settled. They meet again this Saturday at 1,500 meters in the national A. A. U. championships at the garden but thereafter the paths of these j'oung rivals arc unlikely to cress ngnin. This is their lost year in college. Bonthron's winning time was 4:14. Vciw.ko Back Six Yards. Gene Venzke of Pennsylvania was six yards hack o£ Cunningham. , . World's records bloomed before and after this dazzling mile finish to sustain the habit of the annual New York A. C. games in adding luster to track and field history. Keith Brown of Yale lifted his own indcor pole vault mark to 14 feet, 4 inches, Walter Marty of Fresno (C'al) State college, hoisted himself Lo ,1 new record of G feet Si.i inches in the high j u m p and John Collier of the Boston A. A. twice equalled the world stand of 7.4 seconds for the sixty-yard high hurdles. OF TILTS CARDED IN LOOP Big Six Leaders Will Go Against Tailenders in Basketball. KANSAS CITY, Feb. Ifl. (.T)--The perennial occupants of the first division in Big Six basketball arc to meet the annually downtrodden holders of the last three places in a full round of conference gamcs. However, the leadens have no extraordinary assurance of victory and the standings may he scrambled considerably by an upset or two along the line. The defending champion Kaunas .Tayhawks, who stayed in first place, B. j u m p ahead of Oklahoma, laat week by defeating Iowa Stain, 2C- 23, meet Nebraska on Kansas' home hoards in Lawrence; Oklahoma, which clung to second place by overwhelming Nebraska, 53-23, plays boat to Kansas State, and last-place Iowa State goes up against third-place Missouri at Columbia. K n n s u i Cll,lr,h,,n, .Ml ..'.nil Franklin County Play Billed at Hanseil Gym HANSELL, Feb. 19.--The Franklin county boy.s-' and girls' high school basketball tournament will be held at the Hanseil high school syniiiasiurn next Thursday night, Friday afternoon and night and Saturday afternoon, Feb. 22, 23 uml 24, w i t h the final games for the chamn'onshin of Frnnklin conn'. · "aturday night. E. A. BilHn.';rf of Fayette, will referee the tournament. Garner Cagers Lose in . ·-' 'HJ ii Pair of Laker Battles TMH,. G A U N K R , Feb. .19.--Garner cng era lost two games to Clenr Lake Jieiv. Tlie team scored 31 to 20 and the second tenni 13 to !l. M i l lei- nnd Lnne for Clear Lake won 12 nni 10 points respectively. Xies- mcr was high for Garner with fl for j points. Oivinian pljiycd n. good floor gnrnc for Giirncr. Three Victories Will Make Sure Standing at Top of Big Ten Loop. By WILLIAM WEEKES Associated Press Sports Writer CHICAGO, Feb. 19. M')--Purdue, of what Illinois and' tho ithei- contenders do. Illinois tackles - tough proposition in Northwest- crn, which hag been hard to boat on its own floor, while Michigan enter- lams Wisconsin, Indiana goes to State aU ' Chicfls:o l llll ' a al ° Ilf ° Minnesota nt Iowa Along with the Purtlue-Mlchiean game Saturday, Illinois meets In. diana at Bloomington, Minnesota plays on Iowa's floor, Wisconsin goes to Ohio State, and Chicago imli · 'it noncollE ercnce opponent, Illinois State normal, at Chicago. Purdue's position appeared sc. cine enough today, but for 20 minutes of the Boilermakers' gamo wilh Iowa Saturday night, another upset was in the malting The Hawkcyes, with a conference record attendance of 13,200 spectators cheering them on, had a two-point eat at the half. Purdue; however broke out in a rash of scoring and won, 45 to 33, for its sixth ' m seven starts. Illinois, Bn«k-In Race. V Illinois dropped back in the chaso to overhaul Purdue by taking a 28 to 22 beating from Wisconsin. Tho Jihm remained in second place but were only a half game ahead of Wisconsin nmi Indiana, which defeated Chicago. 30 to 28 at Chicago Tho victory boosted Wisconsin into the f i s t division for the first time of the season. They were tied with Indiana for third place at four victories and three defeats Stnt'^lF" 11 ' ' y t . ie . rcatill B' Ohio victory of the season over tiie'suck- eyes climbed into eighth place. Iowa's defeat i,y Purdue yanked the Hawkeyos the preseason favorite- win, f Y . Uow " U seventh place with four victories and a like number of defeats. The standing: \ \ l - r o i i s l , , I n d l n n i i f.'ortlLnr« w. i.. . n i .iwn '.MI or- 181 2rB 177 IDA nn !,,,va '' ' "!« -'»" '·»»* .Mlrhlp.,;,; ? ' ·!"»' i« '"7 !fflyr::':::::". : . : ;;s ? iss Is S Cottom Within Reach of Lead CHICAGO, Feb. 1!) I/I')--Although he had played in two less games than the joint leaders, Lyle Fisher of Northwestern, and Gordon Norman of Minnesota, Norman Cottom, Purdue's sharpshooting- forward today was within striking distance of the Big Ten basketball scoring lead. Coltom scored 13 points ngiilnnt Iowa Saturday night, l i f t i n g his total to 7(i points and giving him nn average of almost 11 a game. Norman and Fisher, Idle Saturday night, remained tied for first with 81 points in nine games. Bill Haar- 1 " ""-' va.7 third with 77 low of Chicago, paints. "nun, r. M f u n e M o t . i Msfii-r, r, \-|;lliiv,'*!,T n Hu:ir!i,iv, t. chlr-icr, i:nlt,im, r. i-iinliir .. . . MoHIII. I. lr,nn rnnrhniirr. f. . Olliirrri, f , ohl r, re. IT . rt :KJ ^i . n TM si . « sit ui . 7 :u in . K ix i» IT Tl* 1 1 HI 7r. 7 1 H fi'J Teeth The loHPst prices I Imvc mafic on Dental Work in fifteen years. Silver As I As CiOLD KUBREK PIRATE 50c ...$8.95 §1.00 I'lfttc-s repaired in my own Inhnrulory while you xvalt. Jacob E.Hynds D E N T I S T Koysil Corner Js'ortli of Dlnio S(oro JI'KN EVENINGS-SUNDAY A. .M.

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