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February 11, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

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I CITY RALLY IN THIRD QUARTER OF TILT DECIDES VICTOR Curtis Is High Point Man With 5 Field Goals, 3 Charity Shots. In between editions, as it were Tuesday evening-, Webster City junior college downed the Mason City junior college Trojans 34 to 27 in the return game for the teams on the Mason City high school court.. Consternation reigiied on a widespread scale for local fans- in the third quarter as Wehster City piled up an unaurmountable lead by pulling out of a 45 to 13 lead at the half in favor of Mason City to add 14 points to the arithmetic column for a 27 to 19 fead at the three quarter period. . Final Quarter Even. The two teams played on fairly even terms for the final period but Webster City held its gniard to keep the Trojans well In check for the time limit Curtis was high point man for the evening- with 5 field goals and 3 free throws. Walrath was runnerup for scoring honors with 3 field goals and 3 shots from the charity line. Hove played a high scoring game and Lane went the best of the lot for tha Trojans. D. Winnie Starts Scoring. D. Winnie started the scoring for Mason City when he planted a field goal after Curtis had made good his gift toss on Decker's foul. He followed with a charity toss and then Walrath completed a neat casket-to tie the score 3-3. With clever shooting on the par of Curtis and Hove, with the latter at the foul line, Webster City was able to lead at the quarter 9 to 5 Snell came back in the second quarter to push in one missed by Mc- PeaJc and then McPeak dropped in a long- one from near the center of the court to again tie the score, this time at 9-9. With McPeak and Lane hot for the period, Mason City was able to close the half with a 1B-13 lead. Bally in Third. Wehster City came bafck strong In the third period and the Trojans hopes for victory went blooie! Except for a 17-17 tie when the hopes of the local players were at their highest, there was little to say of the closing moments of the game. From that point on the hands and eyes of Hove, Curtis, Beerman ind Walrath. all counted In on. the jjeoring._McFeaU..at the charity line ijind Snell and Morgan hot on field goals were the only Trojan hopes of the final play but they failed to get going. TROJANS 34 TO 27 BE-GAZETTE MASON CITY, IOWA, FEBRUARY.il 1931 AMERICAN LEGION BOXING CARD COMPLETE GREATEST OF CAGERS? MASON CITY--27 FG FT PF Lane, f 3 1 0 Morgan, f 1 0 0 Snell, f 3 0 0 Decker, c 1 - 0 2 McPeak, c 1 4 3 J. Winnie, g 0 1 1 D. Winnie, g 2 1 4 TOTALS 10 7 10 Substitutions: Morgan 'for Lane, Lane for Morgan, McPeak for Decker, Decker for D. Winnie, Anderson for J. K. Winnie, J. R. Winnie for Anderson. WEBSTER CITY--84 FG FT PF Walrath, f 3 3 3 Butts, f ; - . . 0 0 » Curtis, f 5 s % Black, f 0 0 0 Hove, c 2 4 \ Siason, g 0 0 J Beerman, g 2 0 2 Meyers, g Q 0 1 .TOTALS 12 1Q H Substitutions: Butts for Walrath Walrath for Butts, Black for Curtis, Curtis for Black, Goro for Hove, Hove for Gore, Mason for Hove, Dotson for Meyers. Referee: Martin,. Eagle Grove. BASKETBALL RESULTS ; By THE ASSOCIATED PKESS COLLEGE Iowa State 23, Drake 20. Central 26, Drake 23 (freshmen). Catholic Junior college 15, Capital City Commercial college 14. Luther 22, St. Olaf 15. Osceola Junior college 29, Centcr- ville Junior college 23. Webster City Junior college 34, Mason City Junior college 27. Alhla Junior college 26, Chariton Junior college 22. Muscatine Junior college 57, Tipton Junior college 17. Clarlnda Junior college 20, Conception academy (Conception, Mo.) 15. Gracelond 33, Creston Junior college 31. Fort Dodge Junior college 35, Boone Junior college 14. Illinois 26, Purdue 22. Oklahoma. Aggie's 28, St. Louis university 20. Michigan State 84, U. of Detroit 16. . Yale 25, Princeton 24. Missouri 25, Crelghton 19. Illinois Wesleyan 32, Mllikln 18. Western Teachers 49, Knox^S. Loyola college 66, University of Baltimore 31. Southern Methodist university 41, Texas university S3. HIGH SCHOOL Albla 13, Osceola 12. Harlan 83, Carroll 8. Spirit Lake 27, Spencer 24. State Center 25, Albion 21. Granger 44, St. Mary's 22. Murray 20, Ellston 14. Benison 25, Olldden 18. Chariton 26, Valley Junction 21. Seven times Tiasketball "All- American," player In '10 national tournaments and considered an outstanding star at any posltlc ^, Forrest De Bernard! of Kansas City, Mo., has a claim on. the title of being basketball's greatest player. Retired two years ago, he Is staging a comeback. MAULERS ARRIVE FOR THURSDAY'S 40 ROUND SHOW Carnival of Mitt Throwing Expected in New Stars of Roped Ring. Mike Mlckelson, Austin, Minn., 150 pounds, was signed Tuesday to trade blows with "TuffyV Anderson, Charles City, in one of the four rounders to complete the American Legion drum corps' 40 rouno boxing card scheduled for Thursday at the armory. Mickelson, on the last Legion card fought a great four round draw with George Fritz, Fort Dodge. Anderson has shown before in local rings and has always given good account of himself. Cart Kreiger, local-middleweight star, finished his training for his six round bout with "Hard Oil" Lehr, Waterloo. The local mauler is in good condition, according- to the managers, and wants to add another K. O. to his list. Matchmaker Joe Kelly promised the local boxer's.' match with Frankie Spargo if he wins over the Waterloo iron-man Lehr was to arrive Wednesday with lis :«mager, George lletcalf, and 'Younpr" Casey, who is signed to meet Gordon Stewart, Dows, in an- ither six rounder. Leonard Johnson, Forest City, the mauler who knocked out Hal Mol- enhoff, Fort Dodge, on the Jast ard, sent word to Matchmaker Telly that he has rounded himself nto good shape and is ready for Clarence Phillips of Algona, his op- onent for six rounds. Spin Nelson, Austin, Minn., who is o meet Jack Garver of Fort Dodge or six rounds iwas to arrive Wed- esday afternoon with Carl Nelson, /ho will oppose Glenn Musselmac f Fort Dodge in one. of the four ounders. Johnny Hines, Clear Lake, .sched- led to meet George Fritz of Fort Dodge in one of the four round outs, reports himself fit for his out. He has been working daily vith Kenny Bowers, local youngster gned for Turgen Tebben of Ka- awha- Joe Kelly, American Legion drum orps matchmaker, will referee. FIGHT RESULTS SPORT SCRAPS "If my time is up, I'm ready to go. There's no use grousing." CapL Malcolm Campbell, British speed star, said that as he tinkered with his giant Campbell-Napier Bluebird machine on the sands of Daytona Beach, Fla., before attempting his latest assault on the world's land speed record for one mile. And in no better words could Captain Campbell have expressed the mental attitude that enables race drivers to place their'lives in jeopardy each time they take to the wheel of their throbbing, steel- lunged steeds. Spartans of sport, these race drivers, and also sport- dom's greatest fatalists. They have to be. * * * The bull elephants of patient Jack Curloy's wrestling troupe are threatening to stampede the boxing game right out of Madison Garden. Twice in the past few weeks, the prunters and groaners have staged their "heavyweight championship" exhibitions In the Garden pit to the delight of 2P.OOO scrambled spectators while more thousands howled fruitlessly for admittance at tlie gates. 1 * * * The'one thing that seems certain about Gene Tunney's future is that he will not fight again. There never yet has been a world's heavyweight title staged on the sands of the Asiatic deserts. When Gene sailed with Mrs. Tunney aboard an Italian liner he talked freely but negatively concerning his plans. There were some things he said he wasn't going to do: He was not going to visit George Bernard Shaw in England. He was not taking Mrs. Tunney to Italy for a second honeymoon. He was not bound for Asia with a scientific expedition. He was merely going abroad and he had no plans. a * · The navy is famous for turning out good fighting men and Spike Webb, boxing coach at Annapolis, has ^a record turnout of Midshipmen this winter for the gentle art of fisticuffs. The Middle fighting squad, now learning- how to lead with the left under Spike's tutoring, has representatives from 37 states, besides Washington, D. C., and San Juan, Porto Rico. Thrt latter island's contribution to the forces is Midshipman J. P. Domenech, whose father Is , treasurer ot Porto Bico. Domenech is described as a fast bantam with a punch in either hand. * # * · If the weather holds favorable, men who expect to play football for the University of Iowa next fall will embark upon their annual spring training next week. Ordinarily there is not more than a month of spring practice, usually In April and May. RELAYCAlTVAL HAS RECORD LIST Kansas City Athletic Club Expects to See Former Marks Lowered. KANSAS CITY, Feb. 11. UP)--A record entry list in the Kansas City Athletic club's twenty-sixth annual indoor relay carnival here Saturday night presages a spirited assault on the low marks of former years. More than 500 athletes of Missouri Valley universities and colleges ware entered last night. The over-supply of talent sent Dr. Joseph .A. Reilly, director, scurrying -to arrange additional events. One of these will be a special decathlon between Buster Charles, national champion from the Haskell Indian institute, and James (Jarring Jim) Bausch, three-sport star from the University of Kansas. Former Davis Cup Team Members Enter Tourney NEW YORK, Feb. 11. #)_ Two members of the 1930 American Davis cup team and two of the leading candidates for this year's team are to compete in the annual invitation tennis tournament of the Brooklyn"Heights Casina bemnin" Tuesday. George M. Lott. Jr., and John Van Ryn of Philadelphia represented the United States last year. Gregory Mangin of Newark. N. J., was a substitute on that team, and with Frank Sh'elds. run- nerup for the 1930 national championship, is among the leading candidates for 1931. One way to keep hoys from going to the chair is to employ treatment that makes them prefer standing up.--BrockvlIIe, Out,, .Recorder. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS KANAS CITY---Mickey Cohen, Denver, won newspaper decision over Tommy Grogan, Omaha (10); Hymie Wiseman, Des Moines, Iowa, stopped Johnny Gardina, Denver (3). INDIANAPOLIS--Eddie Anderson, Indianapolis, knocked out Augie PIsano, New York (3); Babe Kel- Jer, Toledo, outpointed Carl Johnson, Seattle (8). PROVIDENCE, R. I.--Joe Sekyra, Dayton, outpointed Michel Bonajr- lia, Italy, (10). PORTLAND, Ore.--George Manley, Denver, and Leo Lomski, Aberdeen, Wash., draw (10). SPORTS EDITOR DIES. SIOUX CITY, Feb. 11. (ff)_ George Scot Wheeler, former sports editor of the Journal, died yesterday in the United States Veterans' hospital at Tucson, Ariz. Death was due to tuberculosis of the throat. He was the sou of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Wheeler of Sioux City. LUTHER DEFEATS ST. OLAF 2H 5 Score Stands 11-AH at Rest Period; Ritland, Luther, Is High Scorer. NORTHFIELD, Minn., Feb. 11. Oft--After matching shots during the initial half, Luther college cagers defeated their arch-rivals St Olaf, 22 to 15, here last night. At the rest period the score stood at ll-all, but upon the reopening of play, Halderson's field goal put the lowans into a lead they never relinquished. Ritland, Luther, was high scorer with 6 points. Lord Reading, former viceroy, has changed his mind, and he now indorses dominion government for India. The caption of this picture should be " Reading from wrong to right."--The New Yorker. SPORTS CALENDAR Feb. 11--Gilkerson's Union Giants at *V. JU. C. A. in connection with V City league games, Feb. 13--American legion Drum Corps boxing show at armory. GOLDFIELD BEATS EAGLE GROVE GOLDFIEJLD, Feb. 11.--Goldfield won its fourteenth consecutive victory when it defeated Eagle Grove high schol on the local floor Tuesday night 50-8. Goldfield led at the half 24-1 and held the Eagle Grove team without a field goal for 26 minutes of the game. Freeman led the scoring with 8 field goals and 2 free throws. W. Kiester scored 6 field goals and 3 free throws. Priem, Eagle Grove, scored 4 points. In the curtain raiser, Eagle Grove defeated the Goldfield records 1614 Thursday night'. The ehigh team with 13 consecutive victories will play here. KELLER SELECTS YARD RUN Believes I n j u r y Received Monday Will Not Hamper His Running. NEW YORK, Feb. 11. (.I 1 )--Paul Keller, French middle distance runner, has picked the 1,000 yard event at the Boston A. A. games Saturday for his second race in America. He notified Dan Ferris, secretary of the Amateur Athletic Union, Tuesday that he would prefer the 1,000 to the Hunter mile, for which he also ivas entered. Keller does nol believe the injury he suffered Monday will hamper- his running seriously, but both he and Sera Martin, partner in the French track invasion, bought larger running shoes Tuesday. ILLINI TURN IN NOISIEST UPSET OF CAGE SEASON Drop Purdue 26-22 in First Victory in 6 Starts to Shatter Title Hopes. CHICAGO, Feb. ll. (/P--Illinois usually provides each Big Tea basketball championship race with » stunning upset and the current struggle finds no exception. On their homo floor Tuesday night, the lllini turned in the noisiest upset of the year by dropping Purdue's rehabilitated team, 26 to 22. It was the first victory ia six conference games for Illinois and the defeat destroyed the last Purdue hope of retaining the title won last year. Furthermore, it made Northwestern's record of six successive triumphs look bigger and better. A commanding lead, gained in the first half, gave the mini their unexpected victory and revenge for the 30 to 15 defeat they suffered at the hands of the same Boilermakers just a month ago. Action in the championship race will open again Saturday night I with four games--Minnesota at Wisconsin, Northwestern ' at Chicago, ' Illinois at Iowa and Indiana at Purdue. Spit-Tipping Will Go Wh the Public Realizes It Exists Says DR. JOHN N. RYAN Health Officer, Passaic, New Jersey ... one of 56 health officials from 56 different points approving Cremo's crusade against spit or spit-tipping. Every smoker, every wife whose husband smokes cigare, should read Dr. Ryan's letter. "Who are the friends of 'Spit' ?" I YOU MAY WELL ASK THIS, QUESTION WHEN 56 IMPORTANT HEALTH OFFICIALS HAVE WRITTEN SO STRONGLY AGAINST THE EVILS OF SPIT OR SPIT-TIPPING. Dr. Ryan writes: " 'Spit-tipping' is disgusting and unhealthy."- 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 the clean, sunny Cremo factories is scientifically treated by methods recommended by the United States Department of Agriculture. In this period of ,cold w e a t h e r .. and cracked lips/ above all tnslit on a cigar--free of the spit germ. Certified remo ©1931 Ameflon CinrCo. THE GOOD AAfJSRZCA. CIGAR

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