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ESTHERVILLE^jyNIORS BEAT TROJAN FIVE GLINHH 97 Tfl 19 NORTH IOWA .^^ if ./-^v-ini-11-71 ^~^ A r-nr-vr-^ n*~\ n*-\ -T*-^ ^ -^^ ^ ^ ^^ ^. n ^~^^* CLINCH 27 TO ig NO TMiowA UUIlUn L i I U 1 0 R A Q I f B T R A I I COLLEGE TILT BY EARLY LEADOFF Kettler Is High Point Man of Clash; D. Winnie Is Runnerup. ESTHERVILLE, Feb. 7.-- Estherville junior college downed the Mason City junior college here Friday night, 27 to 19, in a fast game of basketball, in which the JSsther- viUe five had the upper hand most of the way. D. Winnie of Mason City started the play for the invaders by sinking a long shot to give them the lead shortly after the tipoff. Estherville soon came back to take the lead, however, which it held thruout the game. Estherville was leading by 2 points at the half. -Tho Estherville outplayed, the Mason City Trojans for the greater part of the game, the last period displayed about equal anility in the two teams. With a comfortable lead, Estherville stalled the last four minutes of play. free throws. D. Winnie of Mason City shared honors in the runnerup position with 3 charity toss. MASON CITY-Lane, f Snell, f Decker, c D. Winnie, g . . . J. Winnie, a Totals ESTHERVILLE--27 Sheldon, f Rovn, f D. Kettler, c Hugg, g Owen, g Trusty, g Lee, g field goals and a FG · 2 . 2 . 0 . 3 . 0 . 7 FG . 2 . 0 . 5 . 3 . 2 . 0 . 0 ..11 FT PF 2 1 0 1 1 FT 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 8 PF 1 4 1 0 0 11 BASKETBALL BANKBOARDS ZETTES MASON CITY, IOWA, FEBRUARY 7 M 1931 OFFER NEWS AND THRILLS lEVERY WEEK RUDDJFERTILE REACH CLASS B SEMIFINALS NORTH IOWA CAGE SMOKE BASKETBALL IN MASON CITY AND VICINITY Bailey of Emmetsburg, referee. CENTRAL MOVES TOWARD TITLE Titan's Beat Decorah 12 to 9 in Basketball Battle u j of Guards. DECORAH, Feb. 7. (.T)--The pr,th to the basketball championship of the Iowa conference looked much smoother today to Central college cagers, a 12 to 9 victory over Luther college last night having removed the chief obstacle in the way to the top. The battle of the state titans was primarily one of guarding, with the better set of guards, abetted by a fortunate last half spurt, winning the honors. At the intermission the Norsemen were leading 8 to 5. Five field goals in the second session gave the Central five an advantage which they guarded closely, forcing Luther to attempt impossible distance throws. Summary: T.UTIIEIi--9 Jiltlaiid, f . . . . IrKcns, f . Ifalclnrson, Kansa, c Ilnlversnn, Holm, K SImflnnil, FG TOTALS 3 ·118 CKNTRAL- Kchnack, t . Muyskpns, t Wllklns, c . TyRsr.llnfr, K Nelfcrt, K . FG ..1 ..0 ..0 -.1 ..2 FT 1 n II n i n i FT n TOTALS 4 Hoferce: Itprt McGranc, llrakc; iHHinurcl, Cop. umpire, BASKETBALL RESULTS COT.l.KfiE Washington 2!; Drnkd 2(1. Cotlmllc Academy 211 Sacred Heart Port Doilce) 11. Ins Molnes Catholic Junior College 24; University of Commerce 23. Central 12; I.uther 9. Kll«Tvnrlh Junior Collece 49; Eagle Grove Junior TollcRe 24. North nnkota University H5; MornlngMde 31. (Two overtime periods). Mnrsh.tlllown Junior Colleeo 45; ISnono Jan- lor College 30. M'uAlilnfrton Junior College 47; BurllnKtnn Junior ColIeRo 44. Stn(c Teachers (Cedar Fnlls, Iowa) 23; I»u- bimtin 11. in. I*nr5on« fin; Ponn (OHlcalnosa, Town) 13. Norfolk (Nrhr.) Junior Cftllecc 3I; N'nrth- \vestcm Academy (Oranpe City) 28. Ynlo 45; nrown 24. Ohio U. 38; Marietta 2fi. Heldellicru 42; John Carroll 23. Aucshtirg H5; St. Olnf 24. · Oklahoma A. ,t SI. 28; Crflclilnn 24. .St. Vlnlor 2^; Illlnob WcMcyan IB. Rncknell no; Western Maryland 28. Monmnuth 30; I-nivrencn 2S. Altlllkeii 215: North Central ID. Wrstcrn llllnnl!i l(lliers 21: Corlhaz« IS. North Ilnlioln Slnte 41; St. Thomas as. HIGH .SCHOOL Crcslon 43; Clarlntla 30. 1 AVi'flt IVnterloo 27; Fort Dodge 11. Alhlil SO: Miucntlno 25. flrnnt (Cedar Kaplds) 2rt; Wa.ihInRton 15. Charllon 29; rcnlcrvllle 0. 'ewton 29; Grlnnell 8. Vfnton 27; Ennt Waterloo 1H. Vllllsca 2»; Red Oak 10. AbrnJmm Lincoln of Connrll IllaffA Zfr; Lincoln, Nrhr., 11. nalvn 31; Karly IIS. Falrfleld 21: Otllimwa IS. Amc.t 24; OaltalooAa 10, St. Franels Academy (Council Bluffs) 22; Macedonia 21. Shcniimlrrah 24; Atlantic Z2 (overtime). Wellington i n ; Rurllnicton 15. Wehsler City 27; Madrid 14. KIESTER BEATEN BY DKLEVAN KIESTER, Feb. 7.--Kiester'3 high school basketball team was trounced last night by the Delevan team at Delevan 25 to 5. SHEFFIELD WINS DOUBLEHEA.DER SHEFFIELD, Feb. 7.--The Sheffield girls and boys downed Geneva here in a doubleheader. The girls' score was 25 to IS. Tee boys' game was played largely by the Sheffield substitutes. Geneva was at Sheffield's mercy at all times. The final score was 34 to 27. Referee: Vander- waal of Hampton ST. A3VSGAR BE4.TS KICEVILL.E 35-15 ST. ANSGAR, Feb. 7--The St Ansgar high school cagers administered a decisive beating to Riceville Friday night by the score of 35 to 15. The whole St. Ansgar team functioned well with Parker getting 10 points and Meggitt, 8. Whittinger and Kinter played best for Riceville. The St. Ansgar Reserves defeated the Riceville Seconds 20 to 13 in the curtain raiser. STORM LAKE BEATS EMMETSBTJRG EMMETSBURG, Feb. 7.--Storm Lake defeated Emmetsburg high school 25 to 14 in a rough and loosely played game on the local floor Friday night. Amber and Sweet were the best performers for the visitors; Slater was nest for the locals. LU VERNE BASKETEERS WIN DOUBLEHEADER LUVERNE, Feb. 7.--The Luverne boys' team defeated the Clarion high school cagers here last night by a score of 24 to 18. The Luverne girls triumphed over the Ledyard high school girls by a count of 31 to 14. Lange, Luverne stellar player, was unable to be in the boys' contest because of a sprained ankle BRITT DOWNS GARNER CAGERS, 19 TO IS 1 ERITT, Feb. 7.--Britt downed the Garner high school cagers here last night by a score of 19 to 13. The score was 13 to 8 at half period in favor of Garner but the locals' defense tightened and held the visitors scoreless thereafter. The Britt combination worked smoothly. Ziesman and Jass played best for Garner, previously undefeated this season. HAYFIELD BEATS TITONKA 2G-11 HAYFIEL'D, Feb. 7.--Hayfield defeated Titonka 26 to 11 at hayfield Friday. Titonka defeated Hayfield last December in an early season game. Paulsen, Christiansen and Geddes were high with 7 points apiece. UNION GIANTS BEAT OS AGE 39-26 OSAGE, Feb. 7.--The Gilkerson Union Giants defeated the Osage Independents 39 to 26 here Friday. They will play a return game Tuesday. One of the largest basketball crowds ever gathered here witnessed the game. The Union Giants will play in Mason City Wednesday evening. NORTHWOOD WINS DOUBLEHEADEK NORTHWOOD, Feb. 7.--Northwood high school won both games of-basketball with Forest City here Friday night. The first team won 17 to 16 .Forest City opened strong and led 13 to 11 at the end of the first half. Closely fought thruout Northwood led all of the fourth quarter. The second team won 30 to 3. The only points made by Forest City were three free throws in the first half. Finlayson, Mason City, referee. FREAK .SHOT GIVES OELWEIN GAME FAYETTE, Feb. 7.--A freak field goal dropped thru the opponents' basket by a Fayette player gave the Oelwein B team the necessary margin of victory over Fayette high Friday night. Oelwein was out in front at the final whistle 13 to 11, after leading 9 to 2 at the half. The entire game was loosely played, neither team .playing a good brand of basketball except at widely separated intervals. Fayette displayed a somewhat improved offense in the final period, 4. Two of these were the result of the donated marker. Ward, Oelwein captain, was high man of the game with 5 points. SWEA CITV WINS A PAIR SWEA CITY, Feb. 7.--Swea City high school defeated the Armstrong high team 37 to 11 here Friday evening. The Swea City team has had but one defeat this season. Armstrong won that by two points. The Swea City seconds beat the Armstrong reserves 21 to 19. Helmke of Swea City was high man with seven baskets and Wilson of Armstrong was runnerup with three. The Gilkerson Union Giants are scheduled to play the Swea City Cardinals at Ledyard Monday evening. THOMPSON WINS DOUBIJEnEADER. THOMPSON, Feb. 7.--Thompson won a doubleheader at Emmons, Minn., Friday evening. The boys won 23 to 10 and the girls won 44 to 11.* The Thompson teams will play a doub!eheac!;r Tuesday at Crystal Lake. GOLDFIELD BEATS 23-17 GOLDFIELD, Feb. 7.--Goldfield won its thirteenth straight victory Friday night when it defeated the Livermore high school team on the local floor by a score of 23 to 17. The Goldfield seconds beat the Livermore seconds 13 to 2. Eagle Grove will be the foe Tuesday and the Lehigh team, undefeated this season, will play Thursday. COI.nFlKI.I) -A Kurd, f . Hnrtzrn, f Dnrlauil, f Freeman, «; IV. KIcstfr, U'hj-tc, E . Ncl«on, g TOTAI.S MVEKMORf Hukcr, t Cnit. Jennl Rnnvy, c . Mcl*herson, Helper, g TOTALS FG 0 0 n n .1 . B KB ii n 7 I'T [I I'F 2 0 II GRESGO DEFEATS GLARiQN ON MAT Wins 20 to 12 Victory From Wright County Lads in Wrestling Meet. CRESCO, Feb. 7.--Cresco defeated Clarion in a fiery wrestling meet at Cresco Friday night by a score of 20 to 12. Outstanding features were in the 105 and 135 pound classes. Results are: 85 pounds--Male- and, Cresco, won a decision from Benson, Clarion, six minutes. On-Cameron, Cresco, won fall from Ruter, Clarion, 3:20. 105--Davis, Crcs- co, won a decision from Thomas, EATS T41-26 ROCKFORD, Feb. 7.--Rockford Independents won 41 to 26 from the Dumont five in a fairly fast game featured by the good floor play o£ the Rockford team. Anderson of Dumont displayed some of the best basketball that' has been seen on the local floor this year. Batty of Rockford took the individual scoring honors with nine field goals and two gift shots. ROCKFOUI liatly Kniliow .llllchell K. Bld.tlrlt . Jl. Riddlck . Turner TOTAI.S . . IIUMONT--211 IVoIlinc . '..' ..' r.nrrtt Rrnms , . , Mitchell TOTALS . . Ffi 9 3 IS TO 1 Holy Family Loses to Kensett 12-9; Mitchell Beats Rockford 30-10 Mason City B Squad Loses Out in Opening Game 14 to 9; Johawks Drop Tilt to Rudd 26-15. Forging thru to the semifinals, Kensett gave the Holy Family five its first defeat in the class B practice tournament play here Saturday morning when the yellow and black clad Worth county five downed the local Catholic school 12 to 9 in the quarterfinals. Leading 10 to 5 at the half, the Kensett five was never in great danger. The final score was as close as the Holy Family team came to matching Kensett in the final quarters of nlav The Holy Family team had sue-* -- :- 1L_ ^^"· M ~ YOUNG CASEY TO BATTLE STEWART IN 6 ROUND BOUT Hal Mollenhoff Reconsiders Bout With Johnson; Mines to Meet Fritz. gation in the first round by 22 to 9 and had taken Rock Falls in the second round 23 to 11. Mitchell also forged its way into the semifinals by defeating- Rockford 30 to 10 in the quarterfinals. Rudd and Fertile went into the first bracket of the semifinals Saturday morning as they won from their opponents in the quarterfinals. Rudd defeated Orchard 26 to 23 and Fertile -defeated Nora Springs 23 to 15. The results of the morning session on the hardwood floor left four teams in the running. Rudd was scheduled to meet Fertile in the semifinals at 2:30 and Mitchell was scheduled with Kensett at 3:30. The consolation game for runner- up honors was scheduled "at 7:30 Saturday evening for the losers of the semifinals and the winners were scheduled to meet in the final frame at 8:30. Opening the class B practice tournament at the high school gymnasium Friday morning, tho Nora Springs! five took a 14 to 9 decision from the Mason City high school B squad, in a poor exhibition of basketball on the part of the Little Mohawks. Both teams missed about three a p e r o , OULU teams missea anout Uiree- rollmg up 9 pomts to the-opponerxay^SiJ.^ra o£ their shots but the Nora 4. Two of theRP WPT-O tho vo=,,n- ~e Springs quintet showed more fight than the B squad, and won the game as a result. , Detra started the game by sinking one for the locals but Murphy and Fingelson followed up with two baskets that gave Nora Springs the lead, which it held for the remainder of tha game. The quarter ended 6 to 3 with Nora Springs on the long side. The second quarter saw little action altho Fink made a set-up shot and a free-throw to raise the locals' score within one point of the visitors'. The half ended with Nora Springs leading by the slim margin of one point, the score being 7 to G. The third quarter ended 12 to 7 for Nora Springs. The last quarter was featured by fast floor work but poor shooting on the part of both learns. Each quintet managed to sink one field goal to bring the final score 14 to 9 in favor of Nora Springs. Altho Mason City tried desperately to beat the visitors, the team was off on its shooting and missed the opportunities offered. BOWLING SCHEDULE Clarion, 4:32'. 115--Wildman, Cresco, won a decision from Campbell, Clarion, 2:35. 125--Bateman, Cres- eo, won a decision from G. Walsh, Clarion, 5:35. 135--McGrath, Clarion, drew with DeWalle in ' overtime periods. 145--Stone, .Clarion, won a decision from Bronner, Cresco, 4:40. .155--Zbornik, Cresco, drew with Enge, Clarion. 165--Pcnge. Clarion, won a decision from Meyers. Cresco, 4:39. Heavyweight-Walsh. Clarion, won a decision from ealing in overtime periods. Referee--Polly Wallace, Iowa State col- lego. In view of the number of pieces of music ruined by premature applause, wo suggest all concert hall stages be equipped with traffic lights telling the audience when to applaud.--Ohio State Journal. MASON CITV BOWLING LEAOITE Week's Srhednle, Feu. 0 to 13 ALLEYS 1 AND 2 Monday--Lyons' Cleaners vs. SludcbnKer ·roe Wheels re. t Tuesday-- Real Silk Hosiery vs. Falstarf Wednesday-- Falitor Bakery 'vs. JOG Danels' Service. Thursday--Ilermanson Bros. Dairy vs Chamrilin Refining Co. Friday--N. W. St. P. Cement Pltint vs. xlcal Sand ami Gravel ALLEYS 3 AND 4 Monday--International Harvester Co- V; nklnnrt-rontlncs. Tuesday--Purity Bakery va. Globe-Gazette Wednesday--Allen Cafe vs. Deckers' [owanns. Thursday--Clmpln O'Nell Coal vs Fireside Fuel Co. Friday-- N. W. St. P. Cement Office V 3 . Alias Special. WOMBX-8 BOWLING LEAGUE Momlny N| E hl nt 6 0'Clnck. ALLEYS 5 AND 6 Deckers' Iwnnas vs. First National Bank ' ALLEYS 7 AND 8 Stanilanl Oil Co. vs. D. K. Lumlbcrfr. 50K DANIELS rinj-irs-- j,t 2nd 3rd 'aulson 1(17 1(17 111 Jm 'niton 131) 14R loniey 124 1(|» 'ark* i4n i M Handicap 104. foi ino JM !3.S 104 407 410 313 Tenm 770 nBT 803 2S(| IAON.S 1 CLEANERS 1111 UK 352 1 H I IflS 1-fft 1A3 Ifi-J 123 123 123 n. Lyons llnmi:i«lrr ,, Iiandlrnp , Total* »M 05H 017 2730 Tenm avenge 2703--!HS. REAL SILK HOSIERY Players-- ], t 2nd «" n Hnnalcnp JD3 140 157 141 02 J 4 4 1(14 107 J R J 10(1 02 lax 148 Iflfi 1H5 lufl C2 TolaM .............. noil Ot!i 874 N. \V. ST. P. CEJITiNT OFFICE riayi-n -- t«t 2nd 3rtl *'· I'l'kl ............. 230 1(14 193 142 Alitait Handicap . . Tatars . . . 12H 150 139 224 US 161) inn inn 9» 26118 CLASS B MEET RESULTS QUARTER FINALS Rudd 26; Orchard 33 Fertile 2S; Nora Springs 15 Ffi .. .IS . . .2 ...n ...2 .. .0 fintty, f (inlvin, t ...... JMtiRllton, f '.* Vlctmer, c . . ! " . . ! ! ] steuucn, g ., , \ . ' . ' . ' . ] TOTALS nnrrv--1:1 ·llcQliIrk, f fllcMuhon, f . , ] .McC'omitck, t .. \VIIsnn, '· " " Jordan, C-R . . . . [ ' . ' i ' . ft. Sivnn, K . , . . . * ' [ ] i. Vnn Winkle, R-O ' K. Van Winkle, c-g TOTALS "^ "T ~ Nnlwtliultan, : Jordan' for" \vilsnn;' Wllsnu for J'lnJun; O. Vnn \vlnkle for .lordnr,; .Tor- uaii for McComilck. Ko/cree: Flndlay. the light Loughran, .. .a FG . . . I .. .0 i FT 1 a 0 8 r I'll 0 II II 1 ;t n o MITCHELL--(1 A'nvalt,' c ' . ' ' ' ' ' Charles City Takes 25-24 Game From New Hampton in See-Saw Battle. NEW HAMPTON, Feb. 7 -Charles City high school team defeated the New Hampton hiirh school team at New Hampton 25-21. Th2 game was a see-saw battle after the first quarter, Charles City leading 7-0 at the end of it. Syniier replaced Herrmann at the start of the second quarter. The Chicknsaws outscored the tractor team in the second quarter scoring 10 points to their 4. New Hampton continued to improve and were ahead 16-15 for a time. At the end of the third quarter the score was tied 18-18. Charles City was ahead three points with 48 scc- pnds to go. Walters, New Hampton center, made a long one with only five seconds to go but the time was too short to get another shot. Clammer's and Diignn's work was outstanding for Charles City. Ericlc- son and Snyder were outstanding for New Hampton. ST. MARY'S?!) PLAY JOHAWKS The Johawk basketball team of the local St. Joseph school will meet the St. Mary's Catholic five of Waterloo Sunday evening at the St. Joseph parish hall. This is a return game for the two teams. Tho Holy Family five was scheduled to play the St. Mary's Catholic team of Waterloo at the Holy Fam- A l l f l l l / l , ., loninolJt, g TOTAI.S 8 J: Lnmbert for filasl Novnk, WeKton for AllrcTh? Fimllay, Minnesota. Scorer- It Kuufmiui, .MASON CITV II sduAD--D Konectty, f Jlotra, t '/.'.'.'.',[[ ] I.enoch, f Aurcn.H, "Young" Casey, Waterloo welterweight, was signed Friday to trade ""-".a i blows with Gordon Stewart, Dows "ANI.ONTOIVN--in JFG m one of the six round bouts of the -·"*. c ." M ' 1Q . r ' * .40 round boxing show at the armory Thursday, Feb. 12. George Metcalf, Waterloo manager of boxers who brot "Tiger" Trask to fight Stewart on tho last card, promised Matchmaker Joe Kelly that Casey would be on his feet nt the end of the bout. He assured Kelly that the Waterloo scrapper was the same type of fighter as Stewart and has never been knocked out. Stewart, who Is boxing Con Gerdes of Dickens next Tuesday at Williams, Iowa, will come here immediately after his fight and go into light training- until the day of the fight. He wrote Matchmaker Kelly that he wants another chanco at Don Hampton if lie can knock out Young Casey. Hal Mollenhoff, Fort Dodgp heavyweight who was scheduled to meet Leonard Johnson in a return bout, called Kelly over the phone and stated that lie had reconsidered and did not care to meet Johnson. Kelly immediately got in touch with Clarence Phillips, Algona slugger to replace Mollenhoff. Phillips will be remembered for his bout with Spin Nelson of Austin, Minn. Johnny Hines, Clear Lake, who last month scored a knockout over "Kid" White of Buffalo Center, was signed to meet George Fritz, Fort Bodge, in one of the four round bouts. Fritz fought u great bout with Mike Mickelson of Austin Minn., and will probably give the Clear Lake puncher a real go of it Three other four rounders are in the making to complete the 40 round program. ro o . .1 0 115 1 1 0 FT n o a 2 i n 3 FT 0 II n li rp o 0 0 t 1 u IT 1 0 1 FT ri' TOTALS 3 3 huhstltnllons: Hymn for Kwr.cky, Zan.Ier for nolra, Dctra f o r Zander, Hclmlnrtln for Unit, Unit fnr Ilclmlmllnncr, Helmln- Ulnccr for Ilyncli, miller fur Bums, Muslcr for fcvuns. NOII.V Senrer, , lluller. 1 n 1 3 1 0 TOTALS n . S i i l i s l l l i i l l o n n : SherUnn for Minrcr." Referee: Mtirrny. FT t 1 Ilullj-, f Cinlvln, I Vlflliiilcr, a nniciicii, K .\... Klcvuon, K TOTALS 1T.YMOUTII--11 Siwll, f i'», f IlorMiy, c Ilcznb, K , ;. Wuni, K I'F 1 1 ;1 U 1 ri- . . 1 0 FG 1 4 . . . Z 1 0 TOTALS g HOI.V FAMILY--23 t Trtlcy, f Hnldy. o !»TH)M, If f FO ...4 ...1 ...3 ...I . . . I .. .0 4 FT n FT 0 , It^nhnrl, R 1'errelt, ft FO .. .n ...i ...3 .. .1 ...0 1 1'T 0 r I'll o rr o i i n o Knttntt, TOTALS To ~3 T Knusllliilloiis: Cnnirthril for HughTM, M. ? CKirr for Tracy, f , . /| PB ler Tor llnidy, Cu- W l l *)r Carroll, Murphy for C'aMII, ICnnnn for Mnrnliy. HOOK FALLS--11 Nuiinlllalno, f ... mi, f TOTALS MilMKi!lioii4: Dnnlclunn Sladtluniler for nimlr-Hoii : Holilcn; Klenlfcr for Slnilt 0 . . . I i . . . 9 1 for .Stnilllnn Slndllnndcr 10 If Lvnncli, Ahrt-ns, Nymon, TOTALS ................. uT ~» 1" ttnhitldifloMn: Lnnilicrt for fllnnhy; Gln^tiy for I.enorh; West for Alirens; TlUeii\anirjn fur it'yman. I'T I'F 0 n Os\vnl(l, t AmlcrMin, RIioll, C Wralcotl, c Kanilcrhon, Uruc, K Field, g TOTALS FLOYD-- 2 Mlldfir, f . IfllPIiR, f Raymond, Htinclle. c Huyniond, TOTALS .. . Sutiillhitl.H]..: Flew fnr l!ruc. KENSKTT--21 1'. llrunsvnld, t O. Tcnnlcl, B . . . . O. West, f Hoycttc, c-f . . . E. Illncll, c M. Ktfwnnln, B-C llaniiim, c . . . . M. llnmsuntl, c 0 I II 0 0 U :i i FT 1'P I) .1 n o o n o i o i n n I) 0 1) D U'uniNley for IStirzctlc, IIIR- lond, Anilersori for 0i\ynlil, G FT n n TOTALS .1 S .Siiliitltutlonfl; Tenold fnr Unmsvnlil. wnnTM for Illrscll, Royettc fnr llnms ilmimjn /or KdivimM, Tlnfipnlh for Jflcri Ilnvart for \VnlU. Referee: Flndlny. TOTALS II an ACTON--in FO \V. rscnhnrt, K II Rapnnth, f-c . . . . . . . . 0 Ilaiimnnn, f: 3 DnlhlKO, c t K. Wnlh, K 0 ITiiviirl, K 0 Miller, e II made him king of all heavyweights, Tommy Philadelphia dancing master, had stepped back into the heavyweight picture today. T h e b i g g e s t crowd of tiie indoor fistic season --32,000 per.sons --saw the Philn- delphian jab his way to !\ ridiculously easy ten r o u n d decision over Max Baer, w i l l i n g b u t _ clumsy California Tommy I.ouglirnii youngster in Madison Square garden last night. Laiiffhrun Goes Well. The match was more than faintly reminiscent of Loughran's masterful performance against Jimmy Braddock in defenso o£ his light heavyweight crown here 18 months ago- Stepping' around with all his old .ime speed, Loughran stabbed Baer jff balance with a stinging- left jab all evening, evaded almost all of the younger's wild rushes, whipped over right uppercuts when opportunity presented itself and won the unanimous decision of the two judges and Referee Jack Dempsey. o Associated Press score card Loughran all ten of the rounds. So beautiful a boxing masterpiece; did the Pliiladelphinn turn in that Baer himself was forced to laugh at his own futile efforts to catch Tommy long enough to rip home a sol£d belt. IJaer Get« Cliaucc. Only twico was Bner dangoroua and both times it was Tommy's own carelessness' that gave tho ~alifornian thu chance he wanted. In the third round. Tommy tried to slug with the punching youngster but went back to his boxing after absorbing a few rugged clouts. The same tiling happened in the nintu round. ?,?, c , r ' weI SW° 200% pounds, had 17 V4 pound edge on Loughran, 7 Eil- lulcl. TOTALS « , o .SiilMi;tullon»: Hanunn for IVtinorllafno", lillrrli for llmuon, Chrlstlunncn for rerretll 1'errelt for lirUllonirn. IU:ferec: Afnrrny, S. riOoilUnc. f O. finrrt, f .. K. flrell, c . . . N. Anclcninn, '., Anderson, g TOTAI.S PP 1 n i o Wolf, f . . Unndnlph, i llnnjen, c Shanks, c :n, s .... TOTALS ' C. (Jurd for N. Anderson. Ffi FT ft' 0 1 1 0 n o . .n o 1(1 2 2 for WViir, Ilnnnen for Rnmlnlph, Mnller for anjfpii, Mnthrnt for Stlnnln. Keferee: FlnclTay. Non.v srni.vfis-- n h'e.-xrer, f Slierlnoo, f Flnfiplson, c Kyner, p FO FT 1 0 II 0 0 PI' n o ' 2 Luuia ui wucerino at tne iloly Far 0: " a"i 1" 3'ai ily gymnasium Saturday evening. TOTALS 8 1 3 .Suhtfllttillnni: Mnrpny for Senrer, Flngcl- ·on for Shprhlno, K l l l l n g a for FlngelHon. .SHMLEOALF--9 FO FT TF Tmcy, t o 1 2 J. Ward, f n 0 J Maaon, c o II 0 \V. Wnri!, g 3 ,, 0 K. Jf»t,l|, g o 0 1 TOTAI-S /J "J 7 Salijiiliiiilon«: Albfrson for Tracy, ITders for J. Ward, 1'ctrnion for AtaKon, DuregRer for iv. Want. Krumccl for E. Nablt. Referee: Flndlay. ALF.XANDEIl--13 llunn. If «llroj, r! Hohlcn, c A \ FG 7 onciiAnn--20 FO FT TF It. Ili-nner, f 2 n l I ) . Morse, I 0 0 3 I.. Mnme, c n fl · I .r. i.nrn, ic (I n n R. Cole, g '2 0 2 TOTAI.S 10 II 11 Siiljslllullnns: I. Mursn for IS. Hniiiiir. li. llcriner for n. Mor*e. SHEFFIELD--ID Ffi FT I'F Thoniil.s, f 2 - 1 II Rnxter, t 1 II II Kunimlcr, R 1 4 4 lavlNnn, K 2 0 0 C'ronU, s I 0 2 TOTAI.S 7 r» ' li S h l ) « l l t i i l l o n N : rckltnrl for Kaxtrr. Knxtcr fnr Knnmiler. Itcfcrcn: Murray. HOLV FAMILY--22 FC, FT I'F Hnclirji, f I 0 2 7,lr;rlcr. f 0 I) 2 Tracy, t 2 1 II Ilrady. c 4 II :l Carroll, p 2 1 J Murphy, K II 0 3 Cnlilll, E 0 ·!. II TOTALS .' n 4 l7 KnMinuttmii: Zlrgler fnr Hn for Zlcgler, rnmtilicll (or Trary for Urmly, Knniin for C'nrroll, Mnrnliy. · MANLV--n FO IT PF Vnlin, t (I D n Hrinvn, f o 0 2 ({nrclft, c . . 1 '4 1 Illniy. f o o 1 Kmwn, K · ·! I 1 Vjirlinnjk, K 0 n n TOTALS :i :i ~, S i i h s t i t n l l n n K : HrtJWn for Voho, Volm fnr Itrmvn, llrnwn for Yohn, llrinvil for IIEcny, Illeny for llmwn. nefercc: Murray. I-T, .. 3 .. 0 .. 1 . . II . . -1 Flncli, f Wolf, f Mlilhrm, « . . . IlnnKrn, K . . . . XhanliM, p . . . . TOTALS R 7 . S i i l * l l t n l l n i i f i : Mather* for lUnniliu »en for \VnlC, F.1I for llnnnen. KT. .lOSKI'II--15 IT, !·' R. Ilynn, f ;. 3 M u l l n n , f n L. Ityjin. R | Ifnhliard, p l Wolff, c | J. Ryan, K 1 11 Han- n TOTALS 7 Substitution*: MnUan for K. Uynn. Ryan for Miillan, Iliuinlinlilfr for It. Ryan. Lyneli fnr L. nynn, ,1. Ryan Tor Wolfe. NlehcrnaH for J. Rynn. Referee: Murray. TOURNAMENT SCORF.S I'lrnl Rotind. Vor» Rprlnxn H j Ma.ion City n Sound 9. Rudd 2H; .St. Joseph I f f . Mitchell 41; Hnnlonlown 10. Rorlcfori! i n ; luitt 13. Holy Family 22: .Maoly n. Secrtod Roilnil. Orchard 20; HlicfMeld 10. Fertile. 31; Floyd 2. Rudd 34; Ventura 21, .Vom Nprlnjtn 17; Sirnlcdale. 0. Mltclicll 40; Alexanilcr in. Rockford 21; Plymouth 17. Kcnselt 27; Grartoit 10. truly .Family 33; Rock Fnlln 1 1 . SCIIEDIJLK FOR S A T U R D A Y O.anrter Finals. Rndd v«, OrclmnI at 8:30. Fertlln v«. IS'nm SprlnCH at n:30, MltchrEI vn. Roelcfonl nt 10:30. Holy Family v«. Krniett at 11:3(1. ScmlflniiU Bm nclinlulrd for 2::{H and 3:30. Pliuiln urn nrhetloled for K:'M ivllli conaola- tlon game at 7:30. MAX BAER IN 10 BY DANCE ROOTE Philadelphia!! Gives Great Performance as He Stabs Way Thru Every Round. By HERBERT VI. I5ARICKU NKW YORK, Pel). 7. (. ; I)--Tbnnhs' to the sumo deadly left hand that FIGHT RESULTS By T!fi; ASSOCIATKU PltU.S-S CEDA.ll llAPina--Billy rctrollo. 330 knocke,! out J.l,, oro , CMcn,:o, (1).' Bolly O'Dowil, Oc.lar Itapltl.i, dcclKlon IVn Jurmlnus, Muson city, E ) . Joe Hlvcra, CV, illir Knplda, aillnolnted Harvey Curotllcn Mollne, n). I.cfly llnrller. MolJne, dccl- sloncd Orlcy Thorlnclun. Ccilnr Itnpldi, (li) Ncvvaboy Taylor slmital Curli'y Dollilllri, Cascade, (-11. NEW YORK--Tommy Lounliran. Philadelphia, [intpolntcd Max Bat-r, Llvermoro Cal (10). Stanley loreclu, Jersey City, monm-il Waller Col,b, H a l l l m n r e . (.'!). DOSTON--Iflnjj Levln.Uiy. C!llcnf;r, ItrtocliM out Jack rjrii;]ion, Boston, (3). F R A N K L I N , PR.-- K. O. Kcllcy, Akron, oiitpolntetl Joe Trlppo, B u f f a l o (8) DETHOIT-- Chlirllu r t c t z l a f r . Dllllllh, ou(- polnled Johnny Rlsko, Clcvelaml. (ID). CHICAGO--Clary I.taoh. Gary. Intl., slopped Norman Brnv.-:i, Iniirnnniiolln, (:i. PlTTSBUKIJir--Jack SlcTlerjuin, Pltl.t. rKli, knocked out. Frankle rulmo, Clnclu-r ll. 3 ) . SAN 11IKGO. Cal.--H.imcr g l i c r l r l n n , Sioux Clly, Iowa, oulpolnlctl I'orenrltm, !.')» ClM, (10). FKKDKHICKSIUJKG TO MKKT H.YWKKYK FIVK FREDERICKSBURG, Fab. 7.-Tuesday, tho Frcderick.Hburg high school cagert) will mcel. Hawkeyc on the local floor. The locals hope to oven up Hie 20 to 17 defeat received it Hawkeyc in December. THURSDAY, FEB. 12 40 - Rounds - 40 CAIjr, "HARD OIL" KRIEGER vs. LEHR "Sl'IN" JACK NELSON vs. GARVER Austin Fort Dodge LEONARD CLAKENXJE JOHNSON vs. PHILLIPS "YOUNG" GORDON CASEY vs. STEWART Waterloo JOHNNY GEORGE HINES vs. FRITZ Miuinn Clt.y Fort Doilgo :} OTHER BIG UOUTS Scats on sale at Hoyd's Monday, Feb. !). Mail Orders Filled Promptly.

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