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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

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STATE_DISTRICT CAGE MEETS ANNOUNCED GAMES IN NUMBER 3 DIVIDED AMONG I * COURT CENTERS 'Mawrn City, Charles City, Buffalo Center and Gold- 1 ; field Named. ; DBS MOINES, Feb. 9. UP)--Ar: rangement of districts in which winners of sectional tournaments will compete for the right to enter the finals of the Iowa State basketball tournament has been announced by George Brown, secretary of the Iowa High School Athletic association. At the same time he announced the revised list of teams to compete In the various sectional tournaments. The sectional tournaments will be held the first weekend in March, with the district tourneys a week later and the finals to follow two weeks after the district meets. The · arrangement in districts is aa .follows: . Bloom field: Class B, Cantril, Douds, Exllne, Piano, Promise City, . Pulaski, Sewal,' Troy, Milton. Class A, Allertonj Bioomfield, Centerville, Donnellson, Farmington, Mystic. Burlington: Class B, Argyle, Denmark, .Huron, Consolidated, Oakville, Montrose, Olds, Pleasant Law Salem, Sperry, Winfield, Yarmouth! Class A, Burlington, Danville, Fort Madison, Mediapolis, Keokuk, Mount Pleasant, New London. ' Davenport: Class B, Bennett, Buffalo, Calamus, Delmar, Durant. Elwpod, Goose Lake, Grand Mound, LeClaire, Lost Nation, Lowden, .Sabula, Springdale, Welton, Wheatland. Class A, Davenport, DeWitt, Clinton-Lyons, West Branch. Falrfleld: Class B, Batavia, Birmingham, Bonaparte, Hillsboro, Libertyville. Lockridge. Mount Union. Ollie, Fackwood, Pleasant Plain, Rtchland, Stockport, West Chester. Class A; Brighton, Fairfield, Keb- sauqua, Washington. Marengo: Class B, Barnes City, Cosgrove, Deep River, Gibson, Guernsey, Hartwick, Kinross, La- dorayMaleom, Millersburg, Oxford, Parnell, Sharon, South English, Victor. Class -A, Brooklyn, Iowa City, Marentro. North English, Williamsburg, Wellman. ' MiiSeattne: Class B, Cotter, Craw- fordsviile, Grandvlew, Kalona; Letts, Nichols, Wvman.- Class A, Colum- niis, Lone tree. MSming Sun, Muscatine, Waoello,. Wayland, West Liberty, Wilton. . : Ottumwa: '. Class B, Agency, BlacKesburi?, Cedar, Delta, Fremont Hlteroan, Keota,' Keswlck, Martlna- buf gr^eimfc-- Thornburg, Webster Class A, Eddyville, Eldon, Hedrlck Moravia. New Sharon, Ottumwa Sigourney. District No. 2. Cedar Rapids: Class B, Alburnett Clarence, Lisbon, Martelle, Mechan icsville, Moriey, Norway, Palo Shueyville, Springville, Stanwood Troy Mills, Viola, Walker. Class A Grant and Washington high schools Cedar Rapids, Central City, Cog. gon, Marion, Mount Vernon, Tipton University high (Iowa City).' Decorah: qiass B, Chester, Clermont, Elgin, Elma, . Farmersburg, Lansing, Lime Springs, Luana, Mar- ·njuette, New Albin, Waterville, Waukon. CIas» A, Cresco, Decorah, McGregor, Monona, Postvllle, West Union. Monticello: Class B, Andrew, Baldwin, Bellevue, Buck Creek, Cascade, Center Junction, Delhi, Earlville, Epworth, Hopkinton, Miles, Oueida, Preston, Wyoming, Zwingle. Class A, .Anamosa, Dubuque, Maquoketa, Manchester, Monticello Olin. , Oelwein: Class B, Arlington, Aurora, Colesburg, Dundee,' Edgewood, Elkport, Falrbank, Greeley, Hawkeye, Hazelton, Oran, Randalia, Stanley,Winthrop, Volga City. Claas~A, Fayette, Independence, Jesup, Lamont, Maynard, Oelwein, Strawberry Point. Reinbeck: Class B, Aplington, Clemens, Dike consolidated, Dinsdale, GarwJn, Geneaeo consolidated, Green Mountain, Hudson, 'Liberty township, Ldscomb, Montour, Orange township, Wellsburg, Whitten. Class A, Ackley, Conrad, Gladbrook, Qrundy Center, Marahalltown, Reinbeck, Tama, Toledo, Traer. Vtaton: Class B, Blairstown, Brandon, Chelsea, Clutier/Keystone, NORTH IOWA-^-t TT BASKETBALL (I TT I . BANKBOARDS__::i~ EGAZETTE SPOR1 MASON CITY, IOWA, FEBRUARY 9 1931 OFFER NEWS AND THRILLS LEVERY WEEK HOLY FAMILY BEATS ST. MARY'S 20 TO 17 Mount Auburn, Newhall, Shellsburg, Urbana. Class A, Belle Plaine, Center Point, Dysart, LaPorte City, Vinton, West High (Waterloo). Waverly: Class B, Allison, Denver, Dumont, Dunkerton, Finchford, Fredericksburg, Frederika, Janes- yille,. New 'Hartford, Parkersburg; Plainfield, Tripoli. Class A, Cedar Falls, Clarksville, Greene, Shell Rock, Teachers college (Cedar Falls), Wayerly, East High (Waterloo). District No. 3. / '. ' Buffalo Center: Class B, Bancroft, Crystal Lake, Dqlliver, Fenton, · Haifa, Ledyard, Lone Rock, Maple Hill (Swan Lake), Thompson, Titonka, Wesley, Whittemore. Class A, Armstrong, Britt, Buffalo Center, Forest City, Lake Mills, Swea City. Charles -City: Class B, Alta BASKETBALL GAME WED., TEB. 11, 9 P; M. Y.M.C.A. GILKERSON'S UNION GIANTS OF DETROIT -- VS. -The Two Best Teams In This Section of the State-MASON CITS? CANVAS CO. AND CLEAIS LAKE VAGABONDS ' ADMISSION 50c Vista, Colwell, Floyd, Lawler, Little Cedar, Mclntire, Marble Rook. Mitchell, Orchard, Otranto, Rudd. Class A, Charles City, Nashua, New Hampton; Osage, Riceville. Goldfield: Class B, Alexander, Bode.^Corwith, Dakota City, Gilmore City, -Kanawha, Livermore, Luverne, Ottosen, Renwick, Rowan Thor, West Bend. Class A, Belmond, Clarion, . Dows, Eagle Grove, Goldfield, Hampton. Mason City:; Class B, Chapin, Fertile,. Geneva, Grafton, Hanlontown; Hansel], HayfleW, Kensett Klemme, Plymouth, Rock Falls Sheffield, Swaledale, Ventura. Class A, Clear Lake, Garner, Manly Mason City, Nora Springs, Northwood, Rockfbrd, Saint Ansgar. District No. 4 Boone: Class B, Boxhoim, Dana, Fernald, Gilbert, Jordan, Luther, Mllford township (Nevada). Class A, Boone, Grand Junction, Jefferson, Madrid, Ogden, Paton, Woodward. Fort Dodge; Class B, Barnum, Burnside, Callender, Dayton, Dun- comfae, Harcourt, Lanyon, Lehigh, Moorland, Otho, Palmer, Summers. Class A, Fort Dodge, Cowrie, Humboldt, Man son, Pocahontas. Sac «ty: Class B, Arthur, Auburn, Churdan; Early, Tamhamville, Fonda, Galva, Hayes consolidated, Jolley, Lake View, Lytton, Rinard, Sulphur Springs, Wall Lake. Class A, Ida Grove, Lake City, Lohrvllle, Newell, Odebolt, Rockwell City Sac · - ' · · · · . . . , Webster City: Class B, Blairsburg, Ellsworth, Hubbard, Kamrar, New Providence, Owasa, Randall, Radcliffe, Stratford, Williams, Woolstock. Class A, Alden, Eldora, Iowa Falls, Jewel, Roland, Stanhope, Webster City. District No. 5 Des Moines: Class B, Allemau, Altbona, Carlisle, Martensdale, Mitchellville, Norwalk, Patterson, Polk. City,. Runnels, Spring Hill, Saint Marys, Sheldahl. Class A, Ankeny, East, North, Lincoln and Roosevelt (Des Moines), Johnston, Valley Junction. , Nevada: Class. B, Cambridge. Colo, Collins, Elkhart, Farrar, Huxley, LaMoille, - LeGrand, Maxwell, McCallsburg, St. Anthony, Shipley, Slater, White Oak, Zearing. Clasa A, Ames, Nevada, State Center, Story City. · · · District No. 8.. Cherokee: Class B, Aurelia. Brooke' township, Calumet, Cleghorn, Fairvlew, Grand Meadow, High View, Linn Grove; Larrabee, Marcus, Merlden} Peterson,- Quimby, Rembrandt, Sioux Rapids, Washington. Class A, Alta, Cherokee, Holstein, Storm Lake, Sutherland. Dahbury: Class B, Castana, Gushing, Danbury, Holly Springs, Oto, SmithJand, Ute, Whiting. ClaHS A, Battle Creek, Correctionville, Mapleton, Onawa. Paullina, class B, Alton, Alvord, Archer, Boyden, Gaza, George, Hull. Ireton, Inwood, Larchwood, Little Rock, Maurice, Moueta, Orange Ctiy, Rock Valley. Class A, Hartley, Melvin, Paulll Primghar, Rock Rapids Sanborn, Sehldon, Sbley, Soux Center. Plover: Class B, Albert City. Ayrshire, Bradgate, . Des Moines township, Gillette Grove, Havelock., Uncoln-Lee, Mallard, Marathon, Rodman, Varine, Ware, Webb. Class A, Algona, '' Emmetsburg, "Laurens, Plover, Graettinger. Soux Ctiy: Class B, Anthon, Bronson, Climbing Hill, Hinton, Sornlck, Lawton, Luton, Merrill Plerson, Salix, Sergeant Bluff, Sloan, Westfield. Class A, Akron, Sawarden, Kingstey, Le Mars, Central and east of Sioux City. Sprit Lake: Class B, Arnolds Park, Dickens, Excelsior township, Greenville, Harris, Lake Cen- :er, Lake Park, Ocheydan, Okoboji township, Ringsted, Ruthven, Superior, Superior township, Terrill Class A, Estherville, Mllford, Spencer. Spirit Lake. TRACY'S BASKET WINS CLOSE TILT FOR LOCAL TEAM Kieler Is High Scorer for Invaders in First Game bn Trip. The Holy Family five evened scores with St. Mary's of Waterloo m a close battle of 20-17 Saturday night at the Holy Family gymnasium. 1 . - After losing in the third round of ·the invitation tournament at the high school court Saturday morning, the north side boys came back strong to take a hard earned victory from St. Mary's. , Lasche Misses Shots. Lasche,' the star performer foi- the Waterloo boys, seemed to have left his uncanny eye for the basket elsewhere Saturday evening 1 .. It may have been due to the. close guarding of Cahill and Knapp, who turned in a perfect game at the guard positions. Captain Brady, at center, turned in his usual game, sinking one basket from the court and tossing in four free throws. Kieler of Waterloo proved to be the .sensation of the evening by sinking three'field goals, and taking two from the charity line. Threaten to Tie. The Black Hawk boys threatened to tie the score in the closing seconds of the game. The Holy Family was leading 18 to 15 with but 40 seconds to play when Waterloo called time out to discuss matters. On the first play from center Waterloo scored a basket. On the very next play, Tracy sank the winning basket and put the game down in the record book. Score at half, Holy Family 13, Waterloo 12. ST. MARY'S--17 FG Lasche, f ....... i Kieler, f . l 3 Giiidt, c o Marion, o o KathasW, g 1 Kehoe, g . i TOTALS . . . . . . . . . . ~ 6 u iu Substitutions:-;Marlon for' Gindt. HOLY FAMILY--20 FG FT PF Tracy, f \ .. .2 Hughes, f o Kiegler, f i Brady, c i Knapp, g o Murphy, g o Ciihlll, g- o Carroll, g 1 T TOTALS 5 10 11 Substitutions: Hughes for Tracy, Tracy for Ziegler, Murphy for Knapp, Carroll for Cahill. ' WOOD IN FIRST AT TEXAS OPEN Takes First Money in $3,500 Golf Tournament at Harlingen. HARLINGEN, Tex^., Feb. 9. UP)-Needing a birdie on the final hole to win, Craig Wood of Deal, N. J clicked it off Sunday and finished a 36-hole tour in 136, taking $1,000 first money in Harlingen'g $3,500 open golf tournament. His par 71 on the last 18 holes was added to a 65 in the first round Saturday. Horton Smith ' of New York whose 137 Wood had to beat aa h-- drove from the eighteenth tee, toolt second money of $600. AI Espinosa'j 141 gave him third money of S400 John Golden of Norton, Conn., and Charles Gueat of Los Angeles, tie:) for the next two places at 142, winning 5173 each; and Wiffy Cox o( Brooklyn won $100 for his sixth place score of 143. ' Wood led Smith, by four strokes when Saturday's round was ovet. Smith was three' under par yester day. A long drive, from the eighteenth tee, a spoon shot wmch reached the edge of the green and a putt which almost dropped for an eagle, gave Wood a birdie four and first prize. FT 2 2 1 0 0 o rp i o i 0 3 2 10 ALLISON LOSES TWO ALLISON, Feb. 9.--THe Allison basketball teams lost to Shell Rock at the Allison gym. The score of he girls' game was 3? to 24 and he boys' game, 17 to 10. Gwenetb lagerty gtarred for the girls and ed Hendrtchi for the boya. .. Pity the poor politician, he Just =an't stay Jn the middle of the road and keep an ear to the ground these ays without an accident.--Lees- iure Commercial. WEEK-END SPORTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Golf. HARLINGEN, T 1 ex a s--C r a i g Woods wins 36-hole Harlingen open with 136; Horton Smith a stroke behind. MIAMI, Fla.--Jock Collins wins Miami pro tourney, beating John Kinder'" 2 and 1, in finals. MIAMI BEACH, Fla.--Peggy Wattles captures Miami Beach women's championship, conquering Mrs. H. D. Sterrett, 3 and' 2. i Winter Sports. KRYNICA, Poland--Canada defeats United States, 2-0, to win international amateur hockey chnm pionshlp. BEAR MOUNTAIN, .N. Y.--Caspar Oimoen, (janton, S. Dak., national champion, wins Palisades sk. jumping contest; breaks hill record with leap of 151 feet. MONTREAL--Frank Hoey, Montreal, wins 200-mile snowshoe marathon from Quebec to Montreal- Jole Ray seventh. Track. 'NEW YORK--Chapman beats Martin in half mile at Millrose games; Conger wins Wanamaker mile again; Spitz breaks. high jump record; two other marks fall. WOMAN'S LEAGUE Mason City Women's League Standings, D. K. Lundberg G G 0 1.000 Deckers' lowanos .6 3 3 .500 Standard Oil Co G 2 i .333 First National bank . . ' . . , . 6 1 5 ,167 High Ten Women, Bowlers, Wofsnak ".209 G .154 Henner ,, ISG 6 .120 Miller , 140 3 .115 Wall 138 6 .114 Burke 133 6 .113 McLaughlin '..,.,...150 6 .112 Rogers 135 6 , .111 GJgax ..i..., 130 6 ,110 Murray 145 . 6 ,306 H. Erlcson 114 6 .100 Women's Prize Winners lor the Week. Decker's lowanaa, 1845, team total. E. Woisnak, 209 high, sEngle. E. WolanaK, 536, three game total. CLARION BEATS NEW HAMPTON C o w b o y ' Grapplers Take 36-6 Victory From Chickasaw Mat Men. NEW HAMPTON, Feb. 9.--The Clanon high school wrestling team defeated the New Hampton grapplers at New Hampton Saturday evening, 36 to 6. The Cowboys won the 85, 135, 145, 155. 165 and heavyweight bouts by falls. The feature bout was the 135 pound class, McGrath (Clarion) finally throwing Scully in 6:20. Results: 85 pound--Benson' (C) threw Vaala (NH) in 7:20 (overtime), j 95 pound--Miller (NH)' won decision over Butler (C) with time advantage of 2:06. 105 pound--Stephens (NH) won decision over Michaels (C) time advantage of 3:15. .115 pound--Campbell (C) threw McCahen (NH) in 00:47, overtime. 125 pound--G. Walsh (C) won'de- cision over Hassman (NH), time advantage 4:55. 135 pound--McGrath (C) threw Scully (NH) in 6:20. 145 pound--Poundstone (C) threw Seery (NH) in 6:55. 155 pound--P. Enge (C) threw Adams (NH), time 6:24. 165 pound--C. Enge (C) threw Stoltz (NH) time 2:24. Heavyweight--M. W a l s h (C threw'FIchbohm (NH) in 3:55. Bartelma (I. S. T. C.) referee. AUCKLAND, N. Z.--George Simpson breaks New Zealand record for 220 yards and equals mark for 100 yards; Rothert establish.cs new national shot put record. ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla.--Perkins wins championship of golf cluh champions, defeating Mally Reynolds, 3 and.2. DECKER'S LEAGUE Team Standing. Teams w. Clerks 9 Mechanical 8 Supt. Office 6 Sweet Pickle 6 Main Office 5 Dry Cure 2 L. Pet. 3 .750 .661! .500 .500 .417 .166 High Ten Average. Games Avg. Whitney (Mech.) 42 Senn (Main Off.) ...... 39 Hicks (Clerks) 33 Everson (Clerks) 18 Coggins (Dry Cure) ... 16 M. Kaufman (Clerks) .. 42 Sweesey (Main Off.) ... 33 McConuell (Dry Cure) .. 27 Fresnal (Mech.) 35 C. Kaufman (Supt.) .... 36 180 173 168 165 162 160 160 157 155 154 Man may be superior, but you'll notice that no other animal waits until he's old enough to die before he learns how to live.--Davenport Times. NELSON TO MEET FORT DODGE RING STAR IN PRELIM Kenny Bowers to Fight on Bill in One of Opening Bouts. Carl Nelson, Austin, Minn., featherweight,' was signed to oppose Glenn Musselman of Fort Dodge, in one of the four round bouts of the 40 round boxing card scheduled at the .armory, Thursday, Feb. 12. Nelson, who has won most of his fights in local rings, will he meeting a worthy opponent in the Fort Dodge mauler, who has fought the best featherweights in this section of the country, including Wayman "Kid" Swezey, Ernie North, Sammy Sacco of Sioux City and others. Both maulers are good punchers .and are evenly matched. Kenny Bowers, local 150 poundee who has placed himself under the guidance of Jimmy Bovaird, former pugilist, was also signed to meet a worthy opponent in another four rounder. With the signing of Bowers' opponent and the four round opening bout, the 40 round card will be completed. Matchmaker Joe Kelley of the American Drum corps, also announced he will referee ail bouts on Thursday night's show. //XT You of the Health Commissioners' 7 Says DR. RUSHMORE LAPE Health Officer, Fair Haven, Vermont ... one of 56 health officials '· from 56 different points approvingCremo's crusade against spit or spit-tipping. Every smoker, every wife whoso husband smokes cigars, should read Dr. Lape's letter. "Who are the friends of 'Spit' V* YOU MAY WELL ASK THIS QUESTION WHEN 56 IMPORTANT! HEALTH OFFICIALS HAVE "WRITTEN SO STRONGLY AGAINST THE EVILS OF SPIT OR SPIT-TIPPING. Dr. Lape writes: "Your advert tisements attacking spit-tipped cigara have my commendation." The war against spit is a crusade of decency. Join it...Smoke Certified Cremo-^a really wonderful smoke - mild -mellow - nut- sweet! Every leaf entering tho clean, sunny Cremo factories is scientifically treated by methods recommended by the United States Department of Agriculture. In this period of cold weather and crocked lip*, above all Insist bn a cigar--frea of the spit germ. Certified remo . . THE GOOD 51 CIGAR THAT AMERICA y'A i

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