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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, February 26, 1934
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BASKETBALL · · · ... · «, » -St. Joseph's will play St. Patrick's of Cedar Rapids m avchdioeesan basketball tournament at Dubuque; meeting is prelim to state final. OUT OF THE PRESSBO! ^ A l MITCHELL^ The Season's Record An all-time winning record of 10 consecutive victories marks the high spot of the 1933-34 cage schedule completed Friday against Spencer by Mason City high school's basketeers, as one looks back through the record. A 28-16 triumph over Central of Sioux City was the tenth and most Important win In the victory parade. Coach "Judge" Grimsley began his schedule with but one veteran upon whom he could build his quintet. Bobby Burns, veteran guard, was the only eager sure of a job at the start of the season, Ray Barr, junior, finally clinched a job with the Mohawks at the other guard post. Evers First Plvotman. · Glenn Evers, 6 foot 6 inch pivot- man from Laurens, held down the center positron until his injury Jan. 23 in the Washington of Cedar Rapids game. Howard Stoecker, G foot 4 inch sophomore star, then took over the pivot post and has since handled it in the manner of a veteran although it is his first year as a regular on the Red and Black squad. Discovering a powerful forward combination proved to be Coach Gnmsley's greatest difficulty as he tried almost every eager on the squad. Merrill "Red" Herbener, midget ace, finally clinched a position at forward by sinking 17 points against Eldora Jan. 9, and has continued his sterling work since that time. As for the other forward position, the judge has not yet found a regular although Costa "Gua" Rum- eliote seems to have the inside track for the job. Other cagers who ·nay land the forward post for the tournament play are Bob Harrer, Gale Lane, "Babe" Suter, Cliff Hathaway or, perhaps, Evers. Stock Suffers Relapse. Stock in "Mason City Basketball - Team, Inc.," suffered a severe re, lapse in the opening game of a twin bill Dec. 15. An alumni five handed the somewhat disorganized Rq_ and Black five a 17 to 15 loss, ruining the season's debut. The Mohawks 'came back in the second game, how- "-·er, trouncing St. Ansgar 33 to 11. East Sioux City, most powerful · foe on the Mohawk schedule, came Mto town the following- week and out- .^jfcored the locals 25 to 17 in a fast MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26/1034 BASKETBALL Eighteen teams, two classes compete here in sectional high school tournament; Northwood and _0sagc, Class A, open meeting Thursday at 3-10 -Wj? -- '·Wit. Spirit Lake, through a misunderstanding In dates, failed to pear here; Dec. 30, and a pickup '·\m composed of former high tool and jayaee cagers provided 1 opposition, falling 25 to 24 in the first win of an extended victory string which was not to end until five weeks later. Spirit Lake, coming here the following day, fell 33 to 28 before a Mohawk flurry of baskets. Albert Lea Downed. . An undefeated Albert Lea, Minn. five was the third victim of the winning orgy, falling under a 25 to 21 score. Four days later, another undefeated five--Eldora--was soundly trounced 34 to 18 by the Grims- leymen. It was in this tilt that Herbener clinched a varsity post as he sank a string of long range shots against the visitors. Gaining sweet revenge for a last season defeat, Mason City easily outplayed Estherville to score a 24 to 15 triumph for its fifth straight win. Rapidly gaining momentum in Its furious winning pace, Mason City humbled Cresco" 28 to 15. Traveling to Port Dodge, the Red and Black squad humbled the Dodgers 29 to 10 at the Gypsum city. A trip to Charles City resulted in a 27 to 19 victory for Mason City as the Comets from Floyd county were handed their first loss of the season. Cedar Enplds Humbled. Washington high school of Cedar Rapids, holding down third place in the Mississippi Valley league, next felt the lash of a furious Mohawk attack which could not be denied victory, falling 37 to 2-1 in a tilt which saw the locals reach the season's peak from a standpoint of basketball perfection. Central of Sioux City visited Mason City the following week and the locals pounded out their tenth consecutive win against the visitors by a 28 to 16 margin. The natural letup looked for after a winning orgy never before heard of in Mohawk basketball circles was witnessed as the locals traveled to Sioux City the following week and succumbed to East for the second time. In its first defeat since Dec. 22, Mason City displayed a reversal to its early season sluggishness as East snapped the victory string with an easy 27 to 15 win. The following night, Mason City lost a disputed decision to Spirit Lake, 15 to 14, In the last second of play. Mohawks Win From Comets. The Mohawk machine regained Its winning stride in a return tilt against Charles City, downing the visitors 32 to 21 with comparative ease. Spencer, co-champtons of the Lakes conference, closed the Mohawk schedule as it fell under a 27 to 10 avalanche. BASEBALL LOSES HERO OF EARLIER YEARS BY DEATH Fiery Giant Leader Dies a Fight for Health Seems to Be Won. By FOSTER HA1LEY Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK, Feb. 26. (m--Job Joseph McGraw is dead after 61 fu years of living and today, whereve baseball Is loved and Its heroe known, Jiis passing- is mourned. Critically ill for seven days wit uremic poisoning and a cancer o the prostate gland, the fiery forme leader of the New York Giants diec in New Rochelle hospital yesterda at 11:50 while a group o"f friend prayed in the corridor outside. By his side, holding his hand, wa. his wife, and Charle- A. Stoncham president of the Giants. Service on Wednesday. Funeral service will be held Wed nesday at '10 o'clock from St. Pat nek's Cathedral, the great, graj stone church on Fifth Avenue Th" body will be taken to Baltimore Immediately following the services and placed in a vault of Cathedra cemetery for later interment. An Intestinal hemorrhage Saturday night, which came when it appeared he was fighting his way back to health, was the immediate cause of death. He never regained consciousness although he rallied for a time a few hours before his death. Fans Pay Respects. The body was taken to the big 16 room brick and stucco house in suburban Pelham Manor where he had hoped to spend many more happy years while expressions of regret and condolences came from the ends of the earth, from cabinet members and Polo Grounds workers, asnociates of the days with the Baltimore Orioles and baseball players he had developed, from George M. Cohan and newspaper friends from high and low, rich and poor- baseball fans nil. There it will remain until just before the services. Pending- final decision by Mrs. McGraw who, near collapse, was given a sedative and put to bed, there will be no public viewing of the body. Associates Tnko Charge. His associates of the Giants-- Stoncham, Leo Bondy, treasurer, Eddie Brannick, assistant secretary --took charge of arrangements, and received friends who fought their way through a blinding snowstorm to pay their respects in person. A police guard was placed on the house and a snowplow struggled through the icy streets nearby to keep them clear of drifts. After a life devoted to baseball- he played his first professional Baseball's Little Napoleon Long Fight What lies ahead for the current edition of Mohawks will he seen in the following crucial weeks, or perhaps, days of tournament play. Nora Springs will provide the first barrier as it meets Mason City in the first round of the sectional tournament Thursday. --Dave Kaufman ADDITIONAL SPORTS ON MARKET PAGE . ,, . -- , ... w k £,,_ ui.ujaiuua.1 game on his seventeenth birthday April 7, 1890, with Olean, N Y of the New York-Penn league--Alc- Graw retired June 3, 1332, as manager of the New York Giants because of failing health. "It's taken me 42 years to find out how pleasant it is to live " he Paid shortly afterward. Girls' Cage Tourney Sites in North Iowa Are in Rankin Lists HAMPTON, Feb. 26. (UP) -, IOW 5?, 281 girls' high school basketball teams will begin March S at sectional contests the three-week Srmd which will be climaxed March 24 with the crowning of a new state champion at Des Moinea. Competitors in the sectional tournaments and their districts were announced today by A, E. Rankin, athletic association. ° North Iowa Sites. ARMSTRONG: Armstrong- Dol- Iwer, Haifa, Ledyard, Lone Rock, Maple Hill, Ringsted, Seneca POSTVILLE: Arlington. Aurora, Chester, Ciermont, Hawkcye, Lamont, Maynard, Monona, Postville Stanley, Waterville. ' SHEFFIELD: Chapin, Elma Greene, Grafton, Manly Nora Springs, Rock Falls, Sheffield HAMPTON: Ackley, Alexander. Allison, Apluyjton, Dows, Geneva Hampton, Hansell, Rowan WEST BEND: Bode, Havelock Luverne. Ottosen, Rodman, Wesley West Bend, Whittemore. Hayfield Indies Meets Schukei Chevrolet Five HAYFIELD, Feb. 26.-The Hayfield Independent basketball team which with the exception of the Swea City Cardinals is the only team from north Iowa to enter the amateur basketball tournament to be held at Des Moines beginning Monday, has Schukei Chevrolcts of Waterloo for Its first opponents The teams were to meet at the Drake Ficldhouse at 7:40 Monday. HE STARRED AT "falRP BASE ^OtE. T FAMOUS BALTIMORH- ORIOLES -- "Tfe^Rs Of AcTlUE" fTAYlMS -HE 4UT FOR. AM AVERAGE OF .334- - AMP STOLE 4-43 WfW CfJAS. A-COMISKEV' i HE TS1EQ To IXJTRoWJce J. BASEBALL- TOFOKEIGfO / COUNTRIES --THE POPULARITY OF . . JAPAU IS DOi To MISSIONARY -WOM LCASOE AMD THREE WORLD C'HAMPlOfJSHiPs WHILE liEAOIMG = £/AWT£FeoM, QoZ; TO ssss rs=to s ,r K/SS »r^°^^r= ^^^r^r.r.- phr -- by - his --^c^r lowans Take Contest With Gopher Team DES MOINES, Feb. _d. 7P)_ owa won't win the Big Ten basket- all championship this year, but : has had the satisfaction of beat- ng every team it played. The Hawkeyes completed their onquest of Big Ten opponents Sat- rday night when they beat Minnc- ota, 33 to 30, avenging the 39 to S defeat received at the Gophers' ands in a previous game. Iowa has I s o defeated Purdue, Indiana r orthwestern, Illinois and VViscon- n, but lost return games to the rst three. Tie for Third. The victory Saturday shoved Iowa into a tie for third piace with Northwestern with 6 victories in 10 games. Wisconsin is second with 6 victories in 9 contests, and Purdue leads with S triumphs out of 9 starts, the lone setback cominc from Iowa. The Hawkeyes led Minnesota by a wide margin throughout most of the game only to see the Gophers forge ahead 30 to 20 with two minutes to play. But Johnny Grim slipped in two baskets in rapid order to sew up the battle. It was the final home game for Howard Moffitt, Ben Selezer and Howard Bastian, but the returning veterans, Grim, John Barko and Ivan Blackmer, stole the scoring spotlight with 3 baskets apiece. Iowa Loop Causes. In Saturday's Iowa conference contests, Luther kept in the championship running by defeating Buena Vista 35 to 30, and Iowa Wesleyan staj-ed among the eladers by defeating Penn 53 to 38. Simpson dropped out of the fight by losing to Iowa State Teachers 28 to 24 Drake dropped out of the second place race in the Missouri Valley conference by losing to Washington 39 to 29, and Grinnell to Crcighton 46 to 20. Cornell won a midwest conference battle from Monmouth 30 to 29. Estherville Jaysee Wins Second Emmetsburs Tilt EMMETSBURG, Feb. 26.--Rs- therville junior college walloped the Emmetsburg juniors 35-23 in the locals' final gume of the season The half score stood 15-9, with Es- thervillc leading. Emmetshure. speeded up in the second half, but failed to overcome its opponents' comfortable lend. Bcrgeson, Estherville, center, made six field goals with Hanifan of Estherville second with five. Long of Emmetsburg sank three field goals and made two free shots. It was the local quintet's second defeat by Estherville this season. WISCONSIN FIVE IN PURDUE TILT Badgers to Bid for Higher Post in Big Ten Race to Cage Crown. By WILLIAM WEEKES Associated Press Sports Writer CHICAGO, Feb. 26. .-P_Wiscon sin, victorious in Its last five irames «-aa to tackle the huge task ff try-' '"S to break up Purdue's march to the Western conference basketball championship, on the Boilermakers' floor down at Lafayette Ind If Wisconsin fails, as the dope indicates it will, the race wii! be over as far as th 0 title is concerned, and Purdue will have attained its fourth undisputed championship. Purdue today had 8 victories, against a single defeat. Wisconsin, which lost 3 out of its first 4 conference games, was in second place with victories and 3 reverses. Boilermakers Favored. Although the Badgers have made the most sensational comeback of the campaign, the Boilermakers were topheavy favorites for the big uattle. Purdue today had an average of almost 44 points a game and hud been beaten only by Iowa which it later trounced. Tbe Boilermakers also managed to defeat the Badgers on the latter's own floor, in their previous meeting although Wisconsin gave the leaders a terrific battle before going down by one point. In the other games, Northwestern and Iowa were to continue their for second place. North- TM^^FS^3^TM'^£? « ·"«* «»* ho. along all-star teams on barnstorming tours of the Oi- TM? T ,' ? C " 1 lnuul1 lnoncv Ukin ff · today is attributable to the misafona?v work nr VJ P°J" 1Iant y ° r baseball in Japan tours were never financially TMcccS Me Oral n?° '" Cn ' Wh ° P ersiste » though the Players to the big leagues LIsevcra l o t hi?f?ndsm'^TT" in intraluc!n S Cuban Always an aggressive, iron-handed leader and f S"of adm [ n w° C ? ses .'}' Ulc raa J° rs became part owner In 1010 when he ioined w'th oLvl A * d . mm ' strat «- r ° " l *TM, MoGraw Quade to purchase the club from H a ^ v N H e m n " ^ , , A '.f tolleham , an" Francis X. Meno served UK manager under , when ill health caused him to "owing fall had made as bril- TM^ cml^^^t^TM^^^TM* the leag ' ue and "'orid titles with a MohawksWin Pair of Places in Iowa List A second and a third place in the state high school wrestling championship lists, with Harold Lcnke heavyweight, and Capt. Mike Martin, 125 pounder, winning the respective honors, were the returns for Mason City high school as the state title was settled at Fort The team scored 5 points to place seventh, as the Dodgers took 25 to win, and Eagle Grove placed second with 21 markers. Cresco, with 18, was third, ar.a Nc-.v Hampton with 8, was f i f t h . The latter schools were co-champions last season. The team standings and summary: Fort Dodge, 25. Eagle Grove, 21. Cresco, 18. Thomas Jefferson (Council Bluffs, New Hampton, 8. Eldora Training, 7. Mason City, !5. Clarion, 4. East Waterloo, 4. Burl, 6. Abraham Lincoln ( C o u n c i l Bluffs), l. western meets Michigan at Ann Arbor, while the Hawkeyes tackb- Illinois at Champaign. Chicago, doomed to last place, meets Indiana at Bloomington. Scoro Eighth Win. Purdue scored its eighth victory Saturday night smothering the Wolverines, 60 to 33, to set n new scoring record for the season. Wisconsin clung to its mathematical chance of overhauling Purdue by outpointing Ohio State, 44 to 38. at Columbus. Iowa evened its season series with Minnesota by winning, 33 to 30, at Iowa City and Indiana trounced Illinois, 36 to 24, to gain an even break with the Illini. Chicago outpointed Southern Illinois Teachers, 44 to 21, in a non-conference tilt. w. f.. rM. ['nrilnn lllnol, .'.'.'.'.'. MfrMgnn '.'.'. .Ran .HOT .nno .r,on Tp. 391 ana 330 Don't believe the burglar who -ys he came to fix the meter. Who ever heard tell of a meter be- ng fixed?--Kesslnger's Keviciv. Finals. 85 POUND CLASS Hanson (Cresco) won decision from Larson (Fort Dodge). 9S POUND CLASS Natvig (New Hampton) won decision from Parmely (Fort Dodge). 105 POUND CLASS Bales (Fort Dodge) won decision from Hilke (Cresco). Time advantage, 3:00. 115 POUND CLASS Thomas (Cresco) threw Gleason (New Hampton) with arm chancery. Time, 3:10. 125 POUND CLASS Maland (Cresco) won decision from Osman (Eagle Grove). 135 POUND CLASS Fisher (Eagle Grove) won decision from Wooten (Thomas Jefferson, Council Bluffs). 145 POUND CLASS Ca.itagnoli (Fort Dodge ) won decision from Buzzard (East Waterloo). 355 POUND CLASS WIlcox (Eagle Grove) won decision from -H.irthorn (Eldora Training). 165 POUND CLASS Mcsserly (Fort Dodge) won decision from Lukehart (Eagle Grove). HEAVYWEIGHT CLASS Gugler (Thomas Jefferson, Council Bluffs) Grove). TOP KEG LISTS Wall Leads in All-Events Teams Run 1-2-3 in Five Man Group. Mason Cityans had battled to top hono« as the Iowa bowling classic the twcntietli of its kind, swung into action at the Grand Recreation alloys in DCS Moinos. The Utica Clothiers of DCS Moines, three times state team champion, blasted out a three- Rame scries of 1,046--114 j 072 t n come within 10 points of' their tournament record and take th- lead m the team division, while the Biidweiscrs of Mason City wen' fifth with z,8il. Henkel's had 2,- i75, and Donicon club 2,039 the Int- ler entrants trailing the Budweis- I'Ved Wall, president of the Iowa bowlers, topped the individuals In all-events with 1,808 pins, while carl bv/nfford was second with : '84 in the same classification Wall ami Tlieisen of Mason Citv were in second place for the dou- b t s with J,13S, three points uelow Cnlnoun und Morris of Ues Moines Mason City's-nres: F I V K M A V '. i:. \Viill J I I t. A. T h i - l s m . I'll. i:. 1-11,1,11.0,, .. m:i . Mmnni" 2l.'j T.itul .""jgi HK.\-Kf.-|.s II '. n. . . 1RJ II. 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ItUW r»n! nni . 1HS IflO 157 221 171 l(in 13R 1 113 2(11 1KIJ ISIS 201 1H2 IM J R H 133 SRJ 5H3 5S7 40n 4H.1 4(12 107 10.1 101 IHH lfi.1 IK'i 134 avfrnjre Rock Falls Wins Pair Against Swaledale Rich ROCK FALLS, Feb. 2G.--The Rock Falls high school boys defeated the Swaledale boys 28-16 on Friday evening. The E sfjuad defeated the Swaledale seconds 22-10. Miller of Grafton officiated. Joha^vks Vie in Sectional Tourney Play Iplrvl.l- T -- 1 1 - . . _ * r '^ tutelage d Eight Jolmwks mler th_ of Cy Gross, were to tn.tke ior the Duhuque ardidioccsan bns" ketball championship, as st. Joseph's high school of Mason Citv sent its cage team in the first test toward the state title. The squad left Sunday by train and was scheduled to tnke the floor nt Dubnquc Monday against St Patrick's of Cedar Rapids. A victo-v would mean that the Jolmwks meet cither Sacred Heart of Waterloo or Sacred Heart of OcUvcin Tuesday The local representatives are listed m class A. There was no tournament held last season, but the I'm c .impions were the Gubs of Colu'm" )ia academy, Dubuque, in class A ind St. Wenseclaus of Cedar Rands in class B. Local boys making; the trip in. elude Ryan, center, Woife, Canuclli UK! Cahalan. guard.'), ami Nelson, \Vest, Murphy nn rl Kelly, forwards. Warriors to Play in Benefit With Luther FOREST CITY, Feb. 2C,.-The Waldorf colleg-c Warriors will play he Luther college basketball team n a game at Forest City Tuesday =vcnmg in the high school gymnasium. This will be a benefit Rnme to enable the Warriors to larticipato in t h e Iowa j u n i o r cnl- ege t o u r n a m e n t at Mtirshalltown March 8, 9, JO. The little boy wlio once read Diamond Dick behind his geography low buys a New York Times to slip over his Whiz Bang.--Wisconsin .ronrnnl. STAR TEAMS FOR FOURTH MEETING LIST ACE CAGERS Local Five Wins 48-36 as Play Ends; Hubbard Loses in Final. ALL TOtlKNAMENT TEAMS Tompklns Honorable Mention McNelley, Fertile; Rodbere- Fer- ·ile; Kirk. Fertile; Cookman Diamond Bread; Madole, Wo'ien- 1 hompson Lake Mills; Brlscoo Charles City; Oswald. Manly Mull lor, Rudd; Conn, Marshall-Swiff gander, Marshall-Swift; C. Lcmkc, Klemme; B. Johnson, Iowa State: Uiristcnscn, Iowa State; Anderson Kenyon's; p ;U il, Kcnycm's- Eck- mrdt, Sheffield; Ityd.son, Britf Kuhlman, Hubbard Hounds; Faust'. Hubbnrd Hounds. T h e fourth north Iowa Independent basketball tournament is over, and the Billman Transfers of Maon City ore the top rankers Tho ocnl team proved ils ability in a slum-bang finish Saturday night as t defeated the Hubbard Hounds IS to JG. W i t h the .second place award gong: far south, to Hubbnrd, tho Diamond Bread Bakers were consolation winners in their contest with Keuyon's of Clear Lake Saturday night, 37 to IS. Wido Representation. The nil tournament teams, chosen by a committee of five members, nclude in theii- lists a wide representation of individual stars. Sutor, first forward, led the Bill- nan team in its final victory, with 10 points, while F. Hnskins was the eader at the Huhbard Hounds through tbe whole tournament. The forwards were the only first team choices from the lineups of the finalists. At center, attoran of ke Mills, who was his team's olily lenvy scoring bet, displayed nensa- ionnl ability, although his team was Mined out by Hubbard, 31 to 28. Henderson at Guurd. Henderson, Roekford'n wiry littlo tar, was voted a guard position, al- hough his team fell before tho Billman machine. The eager is a. ormcr high school star at Rock- ord, and \vns- an all-state athlete n Illinois. Winnie of Clear Lake was named t the-other guard post. The Kenyon ag-or was the best floor leader seen n action, directing a team that laj-ecl the smoothest mechanical amc soon during- the meeting, al- lough it lacked the rugged size to ppose husky opponents. Iloyor «'i Seconds. Ill the second team Boycr of Dla- lomt Bread, ace forward, and Clam- ncr, former high .school star at Charles City, and with the Sinclair f i l e r s in the mooting here. Brouwcr f Billman's is the second team cen- er. The guards aro McCormick of ritt, who paced an ill-fated entry, nil Tompkins of Diamond Bread, Miirkct I'uKc) riic lowest prlccH I have miiilc nil Dental Work In f i f t e e n years. SJIvur Fillings As Low As 50c $8.95 Sl.OO GOLD KUISBKH TLATE Teeth Kxtrdctcd i'Jntcs repaired In mj' laboratory tvhllo yon \vnlt. Jacob E.Hynds D E N T I S T Over I'nlals Itoyiil Corner N o r t h of Dime Storo OPKN EVENINOS-SUXDAY A. M. 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