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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY R 193(5 THIRTEEN LANE PUTS ON SHOW AS TROJANS WIN 47-32 JAYSEE FORWARD TOPS ATTACK BY 25-POINT RECORD MASOX PITV--17 S Hf-rhrner f BrahHm f . . , BE AZETTE RTS OFFICIAL AMERICAN LEAGUE SCHEDULE, 1936 T)lf tr, c ., , , . rnrrnll r-c R n r b r r * ........ Gamm tr E. Anderson j ESTHERVILLE--32 ;. Okcm f . \Tarr-instnn t ..... IB Knulson c · · »11son c TOTA 1S Him nine H u f f I ...... Itntiken f .. . MncDornild f . . . . Ttrmvn Marti ;. wo ' TOTA f,S .IAVSKK.S-- .InnM f . . . Solves Lose Mix Team; Win Is Conference. 1 Machine Shot* KO IT Ml. F r««. 12 4 I 0 3 B 27 JH rt 2 0 2.1 n it o (i i) fi 8 I J 2 1 4 i o o n o i) . 1 3 1 1 2 n 1 ti n n n o fi (I 0 0 4 0 4 2 0 2 * * 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 71 19 8 1 16 47 Shod KB FT Ml. f TIB. 11 0 2 3 0 2 4 0 1 0 0 1 ]fi 2 2 4 1 R 13 S 3 1 3 13 0 0 0 0 1 0 » (I fl 0 2 ft 4 1 0 0 4 2 1 » 1 1 0 1 in ]l 1(1 10 12 3J · ciujirters: 14 27 37 41 . . It 14 1H 32 Shot* KG FT Ml. 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LOUIS May 9, 10. 11 Aug. 3. 4, 5, 6 Sept. 17, 18, 19, 20 Coverage April 22, 23, 24 July 3, 4, 4, f Aug. 17, 18, 19, 20 April 17, 18, 19 June 29, 30, July 1.2 Aug. 14, 14, 15, 16 May 15, 16 June 22, 23, 24, 25 July 24, 25. 26 Sept 15, 16 May 17, 18, 19 June 16, 17, 18 July 31. Aug. 1, 2 Sept. 9, 10 May 12, 13, 14 June 26, 27, 28 July 21, 22 23 Sept. 13, 14 May 20, 21 June 19, 20, 21 July 27, 28. 29, 30 Sept. 11, 12 11 Saturdays 11 Sundays July 4th AT DETROIT April 17, 38, 19 May 2C, 27, 28. 29 Aug. 21, 22, 23. 24 April 20, 21 May 30. 30, 31 An jr. S. 9 Sept. 5, 6 of Major Sept 22, 23 May 9, 10. 11 Aug. 3. 4, 5, 6 Sept. 17, 18, 19, 20 May 17, IS, 19 June 16. 17, 18 July 31, Aug. 1, 2 Sept. 9, 10 May 15, 16 " June 25, 26, 27, 28 July 21. 22. 23 Sept. 15, 16 May 20, 21 June 19, 20, 21 July 27, 28. 29, 30 Sept. 11, 12 May 12, 13, 14 June 22, 23, 24 July 24. 25. 26 Sept. 13, 14 13 Saturdays 13 Sundays Decoration Day AT CLEVELAND April 22. 23. 24 May 30, 30. 31 Aug. 7, 8, 9 Sept. 22, 23 April 25, 26, 27 May 26, 27, 28 Aug. 21, 22, 23 Sept. 7, 7 April 14, 15, 16 May 22, 23, 24 Aug. 11, 12, 13 . Sept. 26, 27 and Minor May 20, 21 June 19, 20, 21 July 27, 28, 29, 30 Sept. 11, 12 May 12, 13, 14 June 22, 23, 24 July 24. 25, 26 Sept. 13, 14 May 17, 18, 19 June 16, 17, 18 July 31, Aug. 1, 2 Sept. 9, 10 May 15, 16 June 25, 26, 27, 28 July 21, 22, 23 Sept. 15, 16 12 Saturdays 12 Sundays Decoration Day Labor Day AT WASHINGTON May 6. 7 June 11, 12, 13, 14 July 15. 16, 17 Aug. 28, 29 May 1. 2 June 2, 3, 4 July 12, 13, 14 Aug. 30, 31, Sept. 1 April 28, 29. 30 June 5, 6, 7 July 9. 10, 11 Sept. 2,- 3 May 3, 4, 5 June 8, 9, 10 July IS, 19 Aug. 25, 26, 27 Leagues April 25, 26 May 26, 27. 28 Aug. 4, 5, 6 Sept. 4, 5, 6 April 14, 15, 16 July 4, 4, 5 Aug. 17, 18, 19 Sept. 26, 27 May 8, 9, 10 Aug. 7, 8, 9 Sept. 7, 7, Sept. 22, 23, 24 12 Saturdays 12 Sundays July 4th Labor Day AT PHILADELPHIA May 3, 4, 5 June 8. 9, 10 July 18, 19 Aug. 25, 26, 27 April 2S, 2!), 30 June 5, 6, 7 July 9. 10, 11 Sept. 2, 3 May 1. 2 June 2. 3, 4 July 12, 13, 14 Aug. 30, 31, Sept, 1 May 6, 7 June 11, 12, 13, 14 July 15, 16, 17 Aug. 28, 29 April 17, 18 May 31 June 30, July 1, 2, 3 Aug. 20, 21, 22, 23 Every Day April 20, 21, 22 May 23. 24, 25 Aug. 13, 14, 15, 16 Sept. 25 April 19 April 23, 24 May 30, 30 Aug. 17, 18, 19 Sept. 18, 19, 20 12 Saturdays 12 Sundays Decoration Day AT NEW YORK May 1. 2 June 2, 3, 4 July 12. 13. 14 Aug. 30, 31, Sept. 1 May 3. 4. 5 June 8. 9. 10 July 18. 19 Aug. 25, 26, 27 May 6, 7 June 11, 12, 13, 14 July 15, 16, 17 Aug. 28. 29 April 28. 29, 30 June 5, 6, 7 July 9, 10, 11 Sept. 2, 3 April 19 April 23, 24 May 30. 30 Aug. 10. 11. 12 Sept. IS, 19, 20 May S. 9, 10 Aug. 7. 8. 9 Sept. 7, 7 Sept. 22, 23, 24 in the April 17, IS May 31 June 30. July 1. 2, 3 Aug. 20, 21, 22, 23 12 Saturdays 12 Sundays Decoration Day Labor Day AT BOSTON April 28, 29, 30 June 5, 6, 7 July 9. 10, 11 Sept. 2, 3 May 6, 7 June 11, 12, 13, 14 July 15, 16. 17 Aug. 28, 29 May 3. 4. 5 June 8. 9. 10 July IS, 19 Aug. 25, 26, 27 May 1, 2 June 2, 3, 4 July 12, 13, 14 Aug. 30, 31. Sept. 1 April 20, 20, 21, 22 May 23, 24, 25 Aug. 13, 14, 15, 16 April 14, 15, 16 July 4, 4, 5' Aug. 10. 11, 12 Sept. 26, 27 April 25, 26 May 26, 27. 28 Aug. 4, 5, 6 Sept. 4, 5, 6 Mason City 12 Saturdays 12 Sundays April 20th July 4th ABROAD Decoration Day at Cleveland Decoration Dny at. Detroit Labor Day at Cleveland July 4th at St. Louis Labor Day at Chicago July 4th at Chicago April 20th at Boston Decoration Day at New York July 4th at Boston Labor Day at New York July 4th at Washington Decoration Day at Philadelphia Labor Day at Washington Globe-Gazette Jlltlr. f Itralmm t K. Anclmnri c Burhcr K Jlunn c Cnnim z K. Anderson g TOTALS 41 x--Tech illTM Runnlne M I* RE PS JAVSEES ' ' . ! . ' . ' . ' . 2 8 1'J '» By AL MITCHELL (Globe-Gazette Sports Editor) A one-man scoring show--the biggest, point-getting exhibition in the records by a single player--sent . Mason City junior college far ahead of Estherville's Wolves Wednesday night, as the Trojans opened a "doubleheader" program .for the latter half of the week. The second unit of the show is scheduled Friday night ·when Drake's freshmen appear at - the local court. Gale Lane, who found the scoring road rocky during his last · few games, struck the hottest pace of his basketball career Wednesday to score 25 points, netting exactly 10 fieldgoals and 5 free throws in a shooting performance that never left the outcome of the game in doubt. Winding up with four consecutive free tosses; Lane left the game with three minutes still on the clock. Grab Early Lead. He started his firing almost as the game opened, netting a shot after Gale Sneil.had pushed through a ·wide-open attempt. During the first period he. fired twice more for baskets, angling the ball from the free throw line. Merrill "Red" Herbener picked up a goal and Loren "Tuffy" Sheckler got another during the period. The Trojans held a 14 to 5 lead as the horn sounded, j Lane's biggest quarter was the second. He romped down the court Jmder a long pass, tipped it in, outwitted his guard for an uncontested throw at short range, hooked in another, and fired one straightaway for 8 points during the quarter. Another goal for Herbener, coupled with a free throw by the red-head, put the Trojans ahead 27 to 14 at the half. Heneley Tops Wolves. Jim Heneley, smooth Estherville pivot man, was giving the Mason Cityans a single-handed run for their money, scoring 9 points during The Trojan attack was under way again with the third quarter, Lane adding to his personal total with 7 points. He made the Wolves' defense look foolish by catching a slow pass from out of bounds and dribbling under the basket alone for a goal, tipped in another as the ball bounded from the backboard, and pushed his last field goal into place just before the quarter closed. Herbener had also slapped a goal into the hoop, and the Trojans held a 37 to 19 edge at the end of the period. Held 2fl-roint Margin. Mickey MacDonald and Sheckler found the range in the last quarter, as Lane retired with 4 more points on consecutive free chances. Orris Warrington also snapped in a pair of goals for Estherville, while Heneley contributed another and Ed Knutson got his third of the game. The final score was 47 to 32, with the Wolves carrying the attack during the last minutes. Mason City was ahead 47 to 27 as Lane left the lineup with three minutes to go. Estherville lost to Mason City here last season by 56 to 32, but won a return game 37 to 35 at Estherville. This season's victory left the Trojans at the top of the Hawkeye conference heap with 5 victories and no losses. Reserves Are Beaten. The Trojan reserves got in a full evening, many of them seeing action against the Wolves, as well as against a. squad of high school players. The prep-jaysee contest opened the evening's bill, with the high school tram earning a 20 to 19 victory. Leland Usher made his first Hitler Opens Fourth Winter Olympics for 1,000 Athletes SNOW FALLS FOR START OF MATCH Nazi Salute Greets Nations' Performers in Parade of Opening Ceremony. BULLETIN GARMISCH- PAKTENKIRCH- EN, Germany--m--The United States opened its drive for the Olympic ice hockey championship today by nosing out Germany's stubborn forces, 1-0. GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany--(.T)--The fourth winter Olympic games, drawing a record entry list of more than 1,000 competitors from 28 nations, were formally opened by Chancellor Hitler Thursday. A large and cosmopolitan crowd j packed the ski stadium to watch the colorful parade of the nations and hear the reichsfuehrer speak the words that inaugurated an 11 day carnival of international competition of skiing, speed skating, figure skating, bob-sledding and hockey. From a winter sports viewpoint, weather conditions were perfect. So thickly was the snow falling that the peaks of nearby mountain ranges were entirely obscured. Americans Don't Salue. As each national delegation marched past Hitler with flag lowered, the fuehrer gave the nazi salute, in kind, but the Americans were among those who did not. "We Germans want to show the world that, true to the command of our fuehrer, we desire to make these games a real festival of peace and understanding," said Dr. Ritter von Halt, president of the German Olympic organizing committee. "It is a high honor and special joy for me, on behalf of the organizing committee, to welcome you all Mason City Jaysees Scrap Drake Bullpups Friday ' MASON CITY J. C. vs. DRAKE FKOSH TIME: 8:30, Friday Night Trojan Reserves vs. State Brand, 7:15 PLACE: Mason City High School Up against another big-time opponent, Mason City junior college's Trojans will have their basketball mettle tested to the utmost Friday night when they oppose Drake university's freshman cage team. The Trojans will take the court against the Bullpups at 8:30, following a preliminary contest which sees the jaysee reserves meeting Iowa State Brand of the Y. M, C. A. Major league. The first game will be under way at 7:15. Drake will send an untested squad here Friday night. The Bullpups were to have opened their season against Centerville junior college Tuesday, but roads blocked with snow prevented their malting the trip. ^ The starting lineup for the visiting squad will average about 6 feet, 2 inches tall, according to information form the Drake athletic department. IN THE RING SAX ,H:AX. PI 121. PuiTlii Itlcn. .You- 3'drb, 'Z\, Kirn--Sixto Escobar, wed Al Gillette. J22, in the heartiest manner possible. 28 Nations Compete. WRESTLERS SPLIT WITH CAGE TEAMS High School, Pro Rasslers, Local League Outfits on Night Schedule. V. -IF. C. A. MAJOR LE.4GCE STANDINGS \V. I.. Marshall and Swift . . . . . . . 5 1 Hamilton's Pet. 8:t:t Corn Country 3 3 .500 Diamond Bread .T .3 .n\)0 Hush Pastry ;» 4 ,333 Slate Brand o fi .000 RESULTS LAST WEKK Marshall ami Swift :!(; Bush Pastry 2'». Hamilton's 21; Corn Country 17. Diamond Brp.ld 2fi; State Brand 23. GAMES THIS \VKKK H n m i l f n n ' s vs. IHonyirul Bread, Corn Country vs. Marshall «n ( j Swift. Knsh I'astry vs. state Brand. Two sports were calling- for attention of Mason City fans Thursday. Basketball regulars were set to spend .the evening at the Y. M. C. A., where the major league court 'The representatives of 28 nations squads were on schedule in three THREE-WAY WINS IN LOCAL LEAGOE Butter Breads Top Circuit of Women's Teams m Loop Contests. CITV LEAGUE Alley* 1-2--Gallacher's Fonliacs vs. SlotldariTs. PICKUP DECKER DECKER'S LEAGUE Alleys 1-2--Decker's Hot Shols vs. swefl Pickle. :!-t--Loeal sales vs. Bolocna Bulls. 5-0--Main Office vs. Body Beef. have been waiting for this coveted moment for months..They stand before us in the flower of their youth. All are animated by a desire to bring honor to the idea of sport and to their nation." Germany has made all its preparations "true to the Olympic protocol and to the Olympic spirit," Dr. von Halt declared. Sonja Henie, Norway's perennial figure skating champion, received the greatest personal ovation from the crowd. She was dressed in white and wore a long fur coat. She nodded and smiled broadly at admirers. Etsuko Inada, young Japanese girl figure skater, also was given great applause. appearance in a Mason City uniform and scored 3 field goals. The slim forward, who led Rock Falls through the practice tourna- games. Hamilton's School of Corn- j merce and Marshall and Swift, league-leading outfits in the local i independent circuit, were to receive i severe tests in the three games. · Harris Gilpin. Hamilton forward, sprained an ankle last Friday, and it was doubtful whether he would be able to appear. The Typists oppose Diamond Bread in this week's schedule. Marshall and Swift and Corn Country are also on the week's ticket for another important game. Amateur wrestling fans were headed to the high school, where Mason City and New Hampton were listed for a wrestling match, set up a day from its previous date. Friday. The Mohawks, who have broken exactly even in eight matches this season, were slight favorites. Those who follow the professional mat sport turned to thd armory, where Virge "Whitey" Govro was Three games for the winners--none for the losers. That was the story Wednesday night in the Women's bowling league. D. K. Lundberg and company. Diamond Butter Bread and Mickey Mouse were the winning outfits, while Florimel Beauty Shop, Style Shoppe and Golf and Country cluii were defeated. The Butter Breads got 2.25S for the high total, while Eunice Cookman had a 484 for three games and a ]!)3 single to top the individual performances. Floyd Cage Team Loses Regulars in Snowbanks FLOYD--With half their squad blockaded in the country, the Floyd Bulldogs lost to the Charles City Bottling Works basketball team, 46 to 27, on the local floor. rnent last keel;, will he eligible for I listed as a main eventer against Pat varsity competition Friday night. I McGill, Nebraska veteran. Dumont High Wins in Two Mid-Week Games on Court DUMONT--Dumont high school's basketball teams beat Clarksville in two games here Wednesday. The first team won 22 to 12. Early led Dumont with 10 points. The 'local junior high school won 17 to 12. Davis leading the attack with 6 points. A postponed game will be played Saturday night nt Hansell. DODGERS TO GET VETFORKURLER Trade Youngsters for Steady Workhorse as Stengel Ends Dicker With Boston. ' By BOB CAVAGNARO. Associated Press Sports Writer. NEW YORK--UP)--After dickering with almost everybody in the National league, Manager Casey Stengel of the Brooklyn Dodgers swung a deal Thursday with the Boston Bees for Fred Frankhouse, veteran right-handed pitcher. Beating several rival managers to the punch, including Bill Terry of the Giants, Stengel obtained Frankhouse in exchange for two youthful performers--Johnny Babich, California right-hander, and Gene Moore, Texan who developed o u t fielding promise in the Cardinal "chain store" system. One of SH'adiest. Frankhouse, at 31, has been in the majors for nine seasons and with the Boston club since 1930. He has on the National league all-star team in 1934, when he won 17 games and lost nine with an ordinary team, and is rated one of the steadiest righthanders in the circuit. Last year, the worst the Boston Nationals ever experienced, Frankhouse was credited with 11 of the club's 38 victories. He lost 15 games. Follows Ed Brandt. Frankhouse came to Brooklyn in the footsteps of Ed Brandt, big Boston southpaw, obtained along with Rand}' Moore earlier in the winter in exchange for a quartet of Dodgers--Al Lopez, Tony Cuccinello, Bobby Reis and Ray Benge. Brandt and Frankhouse have been the backbone of the Boston pitching staff for a number of years. "The addition of these two pitchers to a staff already including Van Mungo, Watson Clark and George Earnshaw fortifies the Dodgers immensely," said Business Manager John Gorman. "We have always rated Frankhotise highly and believe he gives us a first division staff." Heinle Sees Big Season CHICAGO--. ; P--Heinie Manush, Boston Red Sox outfielder, has a hunch that his golf score in the recent baseball players' golf championship at Sarasota, Fla., forecasts his biggest season in the game. "My score was 367 for 72 holes," Heinle told a Chicago friend. "That means I'll hit .367 for the Red Sox." On that tneory, it's going to be a tough year on pitchers. Dizzy Dean, whose art is pitching, shot 344. Defending Champion Gets Test in Biltmore Tussle CORAL GABLES. Fla.--t;?i-- Miss Jean Bauer, defending champion from Providence, R. I., and Mrs. Maureen Orcutt Crews, Miami favorite, met Thursday in the headline tilt of second round play in the Miami Biltmore women's golf tournament. Patty Berg-, 17 year old Minneapolis ace, was matched with Frances Owen of Jacksonville. FOR THE RECORDS SEASON'S RECORD Trojiins ;*!); Clirrokcc 31. Marshall town - j R ; Trojjins 21. * Trojiuis :n; A l u m n i ;;(. Hinulltmi's :«); Trojan Ilcscrvcs 45. Diamond Krrnd 4!); Trojans 4.1. TrojiUis 35: Miirshiitf und Swifl 27. Trnjjihs 2S: Sheldon 24. Trojans ^2; Kofi Dodcr 22 Tmjnnji tfi; \Valtlorf 27. Trojans S I ; MiirslmlHmvn :4. Trojan Rfsorvrs 33; Holy K n n i l l y 'i'l. Lenox :i(i; Trojfins 27. G H n n r - r i Frcslmirn W: Trojans 41. Trojans 4 7 : K M I i r r v l l l r 32, Mohan k Rrflcrvc* 20: Trojan Ilcsrrvcs 1!J. I . v m V I D L A I , M Hrrhr I.JII.P ro sr, Shrrlifrr Kflrltrr Cnrroll finnim Dirt/. K, Anderson Urst Ushpr R, Anderson Brahani . . , ('ampin 1 !! .. . R. Casey . . M. r. TOTALS . . 8!H 2flfl !)8 94 181 Mft OVT-S. TOTALS . 8!I3 17R 106 118 Ifi2 457 Open Nashua High School to n Grid Season With Contest at Mason City NASHUA--Nashua high school's football schedule for the 1936 season will open at Mason City when the Brownies play the Little Mohawks, Mason City hiph school reserve team. Nine games are listed on the long ticket. Sept. on. let Oct. Oct. net. Nov. THE SCHEDULE J!l--.Mavm clly reserve*, tlierr, ;r--Rockfnnl. lirrr. 2--»w HnmiUnn, here. !t~OS:IKP, here. Ifi--firretie. here. 3d--Sutmirr. then*. *;--\Vnverlj. tlierp. 13--Open. 2(1--Hamiitiin, lliere. City League Teams to Bowl on Feb. 16 All captains of City bowling league teams were notified Thursday hy Secrdary Hnns G. Tusch (hat Fob. Ifi will lie (lie i»'.\t Sunday bowling dale. Manchester Post Club Is Winner in Mason City Go Manchester's Post Rifle club defeated the Cerro Gordo Rifle team in a postal match fired last week, it was announced Thursday as the results were received. 964 to 930. A 10-shot course of fire, in prone and offhand positions at 50 feet was used for the match. Yanks Come Third--Grid, Ring Bring.More Income Into Baseball Playfield. By KDDIE BRIET/. Associated Press Sports Writer. NEW YORK--(.-D--Col. Jake Ruppert's "personal appearance" turned out to be something of a dud . . . Instead of Buying Higgins or Hale, the Ctmnel merely announced he is enlarging the Yankee stadium . . . But for football and fights--not the Yanks, who arc picked to finish about third . . . At that, no fewer than seven major league ball parks cost less than the 5850,000 the Yanks are spending for improvements. Boston sees a big football boom at Boston college under Gil Dobie . . . This is the most talked of event in Beantown since the purchase of Jimmie Foxx . . . San Francisco papers predict Oscar Eckhardt, coast league batting king, bought by the Dodgers, will be back with the Missions this year . . , Casey Stengel wants to know why? * * * If Tony Canzoncri is looking for a bloody nose. Jimmy McLarnin may be just the lad who'll give it to him . . . Jimmy has a habit of simply ruining these lightweights. The pro tennis tour is a. f i n a n c i a l flop FO far ... Bill Tilclcn and Bill O'Brien may call it a day after t h i s season . . . a new five year contract is ready for H u n k Anderson at North Carolina state . . . The University of Florida has Dec. 5 open and would iike to book an in- terscctional game with a crack eastern or mid-western eleven . . . Young Horace Stoncham is very popular with the other National league mags . . . incidentally, Horace is a dead ringer for Crown Prince Farouk of Egypt . . . or vice versa . . , each uniform will set the Washington club back 20 bucks. . . . quite an item when you figure each regular draws two home and two road suits. MOHAWKS READY TO CONTEST FOR BIG FOUR HONORS Waterloo West Is Opponent of Friday Night; Chance at Title Is Offered. PROBABLE LINEUPS ! I \ W \ HIT H A T K I l l . W I 1VKST ( i l t l . M S I . K V ('.inch STHOHItinCK Wallace F Pcdcrsiin I'-lrlrlier K M a r l l n Clorckcr ............c r.alln\vn.v Irrt ( C ) ft Grnticc Wood (i Seldel TIME: Frfilny .N'firM. PI.ACK: Waterloo Wrnt f i l c h . IT). 1.0(111 .fid" ST.VNJM.NGK sketimm W. I.. MASON CITV :i 0 Waterloo West : 1 Waterloo East I 2 Fort DodKC 0 3 HKsri/rs ,M.V. 17 Ji.vsox CITY W; Fort Doiun in. Waterloo West 23: Waterloo En«t 12 F R I D A Y GAMES MASON CITV at Walrrlnn \V"st. Waterloo East at Fort Dodge. Mason City high school is out to win a new championship. The Mohawk basketball team, headed toward Waterloo West high for a Friday evening game, can turn the trick by a victory. The Mohawks will be crowned champions of the Big Four basketball conference if their luck holds Friday night, after sharing in the football title last fall. Waterloo West can tie Mason City for the title by winning Friday night. Although the Mohawks hold a 26 to 19 victory, won Dec. 20, from Coach Glenn Strobridge's squad, it's well to remember that the Old Rose cagcrs were hotter than the well- known depot stove during the first quarter of their appearance here. They were away to a 12 to 2 lead with their first eight attempts at the basket, and it took the Mohawks half to game to get back into the running. West has since lost to Roosevelt of Cedar Rapids, ranking Parlor City school, 31 to 22; has beaten Clinton 24 to 21 in two overtime periods; has beaten McKinley of Cedar Rapids. 40 to 19; lost to Dubuque 26 to 23 in a whirlwind f i n - ish, something like Mason City'3 appearance there. West lost to Davenport. 31 to 28, the night after the Blue Devils trounced Mason City here; beat Fort Dodge 21 to 8 in its Big Four conference opener, and defeated Woodrow Wilson of Cedar Rapids by 39 to 15. The Little Mohawks \vill also appear at M'aterlco Friday night, seeking revenge for the 24 to 15 licking that West handed them here. Ledyard Junior High Top Squad in County Tourney as Lakota Loses in Final LEDYARD--The Ledyard junior high school boys' basketball team won the Kossuth junior high tournament when it defeated Lakota in the final game. The score o f - t h e game was 38 to 6. The superintendents defeated the coaches in an exhibition game played on the final program. Fort Dodge to Match Mat Holds With Unbeaten Ten FORT DODGE--An undefeated team and a once rleeffUert team will match holds Friday night when the Fort Dodge high school matmc-n journey to Cherokee for their annual match. The Dodgers lost their one match to Clarion by a one point margin while winning from Valley Junction, Iowa Training School of Eldora, East Waterloo, West Waterloo, Hammond, Ind., and Mason City. Gargano and Castagnoli, Dodger 155 and 165 pounders respectively, are undefeated to date. The probable lineups for the two teams: Charles City Comets to Play Doubleheader Test CHARLES CITY--The Charles City Comets will play a doubleheader with Cedar Falls on the manual arts floor Friday night. The latest victory for the visiting team was won from Waterloo East. 20 to in. ( m e e t i n g at Philly Sunday . . . for j the first time in years, no rule I changes are contemplated . . . Joe McCarthy says they don't call him "second place McCarthy" for nothing . . . he's finished there in four of his five years with the Yanks. Pedro Montancz, Puerto Rican lightweight, is the current toast of W. Forty-ninth . . . the Bees can't fix Rabbit Maranvillc up with a job until they find out what the Rabbit wants to do ... he won't scout, he won't coach and he can't play . . . so w h a t ? Team W. K. K. II. I,. K. fi. K. K. E. Th 0 llihvauke Sentinel says regardless of the outcome of the investigation at Wisconsin, Dr. Spears KECORD SCOltES will stay as head coach . . . biggest I'nmr oifiiand Total ; tennis cup of all is owned by Berk- I eley Eel| . . . it is larger than the ! Davis cup ami Bell won it in the Maryland state championship last i year. | .Vation.il football league owners ' and coaches hold their midwinter Member K e n j f m . . l . l n n e n k a m : AlWol . . . . A n d r e w s . , Mesweeney ni Tnl.il ... !SS I 1ST ' lull 4!8 ARMORY 3 Big Matches Tonight Admission: 39c and Ic Tax This Ad and 19c plus Ic Tax Admits You!

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