The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 19, 1933 · Page 9
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December 19, 1933

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

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BASKETBALL ^ · · » - · · * · · · Games are scheduled each Tuesday and Wednesday night between teams of the Y. M. C. A. basketball league. BASKETBALL · · « · · « - · Trojans will open basketball season Dec. 22 with Emmctsburg junior college on Mason City court. DECEMBER 19 1933 OUT THE PRESSEO ·i/Al MITCHELL^ Benefit Monday night, Winona Teachers college and St. Mary's ployed a basketball game at "Winona, Minn. We don't know how tig the score was, or even which team won. We don't know how many people were there, either, but we hope that there were The proceeds of the game were given to Leo Funk, who ivonld have played in the con- testv had he not been so Injured in an automobile accident on a basketball trip that he will never play again. * * * I More and More - ?J It was a bigger year for Iowa J State college football in 1933 thai ?} in 1032, according: to figures of th :| athletic - school. department at the Ames The bigness referred to is In tho size o£ the crowds before which the Cyclones performed during the season . . . more than twice as many spectators saw them in 1933 as did in 1932. * * ·(: The 1933 team played before mor than 66,000 people this fall, whil the 1932 season drew 32,700 to th gates. And more spectators mean more cash in the coffers . . . as we as indicating an increasing interes m first hand following of the games SEWELL TOUGHEST AMERICAN HITTER Trojans Set for Season Opener Against Ernmetsburg Three New Kings Crowned During June's Sport Whirl ., . ij'Canadian Woodchopper" to Wrestle at Denison Henry Kolin, the "Canadian wood- ohopper," will appear in Mason City Thursday night in a wrestling ;natcti against Dale Munson, 185 bounder, of Fargo, N. Dak., at the penison clubhouse. ' Supporting the main event will he Frank Bowers and Jack Kennedy, reputed middleweight titleholder of Washington; Eddie Newman, local redhead and a "masked marvel," and "Speed" Ramsey, Decker "spic- V ed ham champion," with "Big Boy" 'jAuck of the Decker plant. The card is sponsored by the Industrial Athletic club, with Carl _ T -- J ».ermann _as acting promoter. -~-^J _ L l . . '·'·__ MEN! Here's an opportunity to buy a high grade and very acceptable GIFT Wife for Lady Friend Daughter and buy it in a men's store I Women's T r i m f i t Hose 98c 45 gauge grenadine twist, all silk. Perfectly clear. Chiffon or Service Weight S? Get to Know EDITOR'S NOTE--This Is the sixth of a. series of 13 drawings and stories summing up the sports history of 1933, month by month. Juck Sords will have another article, illustrated by himself, in llic next issue of the Globe-Gazette. By JACK SOKDS Central Press Sports Artist-Writer Three new champions were crowned in major sport events in June Over in France, on the fifth, Jack Crawford, Australian tennis champion defeated Henri Cochct in the final round of the French tennis champion ships, S-6, 6-1, G-3. In Chicago, June 10, the windup of the national open golf champion ship saw Johnny Goodman, Omaha, amateur, out in front with a score o 287 for the 72 holes, just one stroke better than Ralph Guldahl. On June 29, at Long Island City, Primo Camera, giant Italian, wo the world's heavyweight championship, knocking out Jack Sharkey in th sixth round. The other important dates of the month were: June 5--Mr. Khayyam won the' American derby at Chicago. June 8--Max Baer scored a technical knockout over Max Schmeling in the tenth round at New York. June 9--Walter Johnson signet! as manager of the Cleveland American league baseball club, replacing Roger Peckinpaugh. June 15--The New York Giants traded First Baseman Sam Leslie to Brooklyn for Outfielder Lefty O'Doul and Pitcher Lefty Clark. June 16--Jesse Owens, Cleveland East Technical high school colored sprinter, ran the 100-yard dash in 9.7, as his school was winning the national scholastic track championship in Chicago. June 20--Patsy Perroni defeated Johnny Risko in 10 rounds nt Cleveland. June 21--Tommy Loughran de- CAGERS TO MEET rQUGH TEAMS IN LEAGUE BATTLES WacDonald Only Holdover in First String; Yelland Hampered by Injury. A comparatively inexperienced uintet in a tough conference will e the Trepans of Mason City ju- ior college, as they meet Emmets- urg junior college on the local loor Friday night to kick the lid off or the winter basketball season. Only regular from last season 'Mick" McDonald will be at for- ard on the first lineup of the Suth- rland cagers, with Neighbors or Copecky to take the other front vail position. Luck Tall Centers. A lack of tall centers will l)e a Trojan problem of this season, but he difficulty will probably be solved y one of a trio of aspirants--Yel- and, Gibbs, or Heimendinger, who e£t the Mohawk camp when lie exceeded the high school age limit this 'all, after playing fullback on the Mohawk eleven. Yelland will find it necessary to avor a bad ankle, twisted in practice during the last week, and may not be in -hape to start, although he has done some work in practices. One of the forward possibilities may be sent to the pivot job in Friday's contest. Three .Bill for Guard. Smith, Carroll, nnd Struyk will be the Trojans who see action at the g-uard positions. Others who have been included in tha recent drills for the squad are DeLacy, Dakin, Yene- ricji and Priisia. Kohl will not be eligible for the game, it was announced Tuesday. Mason City meets Fort. Dodge, Emmetsburg, Estherville, Marshalltown and Boonc this winter in the Hawkeye conference. All are stiff opposition. Although they will not appear against the local cagers, Waldorf and Ellsworth of Iowa Falls are thought to be ready to make strong bids for conference honors. Trojans Will Improve. The chance for improvement during the Trojan season is a good one, Coach Sutherland said Tuesday. The Trojans and Mohawks will scrimmage Wednesday afternoon at he high school, and the Mohawks took on Grafton in a practice Tuesday. A FACT... that \ve sell the nation's largest selling and most p o p u l a r brands of Cigars is one of the many reasons why you will most thoroughly enjoy coming here for your Cigars. Stop here tomorrow for your favorite Smokes. Hickey Bros. CIGAR STORES IN THE HOTEL HANFORl) Mason City, lown eatcd Steve Hamas in 10 rounds a ·lew York. June 27--England defeated th United States in the final gol mtches to win the Ryder cup a onthport, England. ZliPPKE WOULD BACK COLLEGE Coach Still Thinks Gridders of Big Ten Could Match Pro Football Teams. CHAMPAIGN, 111., Dec. 19. OT)-Coach Bob Zuppke of Illinois, still hinks there are college football earns capable of matching the host irofesaional elevens. After watching; the Chicago Bears vin a 23 to 21 thriller from the Jew York Giants Sunday to take he national pro title, the Illini coach reached the conclusion that three iff Ten teams, Michigan, Minnesota and Ohio State, could cope with the lost graduate stars. "The generalship is audacious," he said, "and that is encouraged as showmanship for the sake of the ·ate. The play ranged from the magnificent to the ragged, but it was colorful and entertaining." He said he believed the pro elevens were under scrimmaged for tho reason that they must, practice with 22 men. He acclaimed the ball handling as the best and that he had "never seen harder running backs nor better forward passing.' His own Illini he believes, could score on the professionals because of the latters' "ragged defense." Zuppke, under whom Red Grange- became famous as the "galloping ghost" a decade ago, said tbe redhead "looked as good as any back out there." Diamond Breads Win From Woden Quintet by 35 to 26 Margin A victory over the Woden Indies was turned in Monday night at Woden by^the Mason City Diamond Bread cagers, 35 to 26, 'in a well played game. The Bakers got off to an early start and were leading 22 to 0 at the half. Woden made a strong comeback in the third quarter and outscorcd the locals 12 to 7 to set the score at 29 to 21 at the end of the period. Lennan, with eight baskets and a free toss, let] the scoring, while Cookman turned in four counters and another free throw. Madole and Mau were outstanding for Woden, while Isaacson and Sunde looked best at the guards. The lineups: * imi:.\i--as Davis f nick f I f ' o o k m a n HUNTING HOURS H u n t i n g hours in (own run from one-half hour before sunrlRe to sunset. Official sunrise and sunset times fa« WEDNESDAY 7:88 n. m. 4:15 p. m. if "· t n i ii 0 1 4 4 1 2 a i :i 1 i :i 1 2 i INDIES-- jo .Mnrtolc t ].. Smllii ( M. Smith f MUM c siiniii. x fit n Bring on the East STAMFORD Tfem tuin- REPRESENT FAR WEST S-AMB AT PASAPEJJA.CAU MILLER, Take Two Each in League Bowling Games for Monday Night TUESDAY GAMES Budwelscr vs. Stodilnrcl Stone Products, nllcys 1 and 2. Lyons Cleaners vs. Wugner Coal Company, alleys 8 anil '5. Miller's High Life and Birum-Olson each took a pair of games from the Gallagher's Pontiacs and the Northern Oilers in Monday bowling at the City league. The Millers rolled up a 2,95-1 total for the team high, aided by a 1,042 game, the only thousand score bowled. Nine 200 games were bowled. Robert Johnson, leadoff for the automobile men, shot a 223 for high single and a 602 for three game high. His mark was the only 602 scored. OAI.LAOIIKK'S TONTIACS riuycn,-- II. .lulmson -- U. Slcvrni ... I. EUtnil Acliml I'lns. Jtnndicnp . . . 1st 1!)7 12.1 ·intt m 107 1HH US 871 Hll am 22,1 127 1K2 153 1118 S10 So 4(10 KM (112 2S10 A v . 201 13(1 1H!) 182 171 HID HO Columbia Off for Big Game in Rose Bowl NEW YORK, Dec. 10.--Columbia's football squad was ready to shove off today on the long trek to Pasadena and the New Year's day Rose Bowl engagement with Stanford. The party of 51, including 30 players, will leave at 3:40 o'clock this afternoon. Coaches, trainers, officials, alumni and newspapermen made up the balance of the parts'. No official scndoff was on the program. Five-gallon jugs of water, 75 of them, enough to provide for the team's needs until after the big game, arc to be stowed away on board the train. The team will arrive at St. Louis at 1:20 p. m. tomorrow and will be hustled off to the St. Louis university field for a workout. Light drills will be held also at at Dallas and El Pasco. The squad will halt at Tucson, Ariz., for an intensive week's practice before proceeding to Pasadena. HELEN JACOBS 14 1 1H f!u/e. S. Ellis (I. WnliOl C. rnlJins ( . . . . KSfi JlflO flfil 2777 MII.I.KK'S H I G H J.IFK. - 1st 2ml 3rd Tnlal II ... 204 1M 170 B7II . . . . 1H7 201 l»l r.7!l 153 204 12!l 4HII 2lrt 17!) 1DO flHl IDS 211 2fl2 JUS COURT TIPS Net Star Voted Outstanding Individual Performer of Last Season. (NOTE: Tills is one story of !i .scries ih;tjiil5i!K rusullH of the third annual Associated 1'ress sporls pnlll. Hy AL.AX GOULD (Associated 1'rcss Spurts Editor) NEW YORK, Dec. 10. UFI--For her twin tennis achievements In saving the Wightman cup for the United States, with a deciding singles victory, and then dethroning her famous rival, Helen Wills Moody, for the American championship, Helen Hull Jacobs wins the acclaim o£ the nation's sports observers as the outstanding woman performer o£ 1933. The results of voting in the third annual Associated Press poll, among sports editors and writers, show Miss Jacobs a decisive winner in a three-cornered race for the feminine honors of the year in all sports. She polled more than one-third oE the votes, 64 out of a total of ISO. Her nearest rivals were Virginia (Turn to Mnrhrl I'asir) ANS ONLY FOUR TIES IN GAMES OF '33 SCHEDULE Tops Loop for Tenth Time in Avoiding Whiffs at the Plate. By WILLIAM W.EKKES Associated Press Sports Writer. CHICAGO, Dec. 10. U')--Fourteen ;eH3ons in the American league liave not dimmed the batting eye of loe Sewell, the New York Yankees' third baseman. He still is the toughest batsman in the league to strike out. The official averages, made public today, show that Sewell, for the third time in his- major league career, struck out only four times, in 135 games, leading the American league for tho tenth season. .Last year he fanned only three times, in 121 games, and was cut down four times in 1025 and 1020. Ho played in 155 games in 1025 and 152 in 1020. Averages Eight Times. During big major league aei'vice which started with Cleveland late in 1920, Sewell has been struck out for an average of a shade more than eight times a season. He first led the league in avoiding third strikes in 1923, funning 12 times, and continued to head the list in the next six campaigns. He went down 13 times in 1924, four in 3925, six in 1920, seven in 1927, nine in 192S, and four in lfl'2!l. He was reported, along with Herb Pennock, during the recent major league meetings, as having- been re- cased by the Yankees. The New work management, however, later ·mid' both players arc still members oC the club. Foxx Drives Most Iluus. Jimmy Foxx, who led the league in batting, also wsis the leader in driving in runs for the second successive season. His-war club sent In 1G3 scores, with Lou Gehrig o£ tin; Yankees, accounting for 139 for second place. Al Simmons of the Chicago White Sox, landed third with 119. Nine players' drove- iii more than 100 runs, to 14 in 1B32. Following Foxx, Gelirig and Simmons in sending runners in were: Joe Cronin, Washington, 118; Joe Kuhel, Washington, 307; Bruce Campbell, St. Louis, 106; Charley Schringor, Detroit, 105; Tony La- zcri. New Yorit, 101; and Babe Ruth, New York, 103. Until Leads .Strollers. Three players, R u t h , Mickey Co- chntnc and Max Bishop ot the Athletics, received more than 100 bases on balls. As usual, R u t h led in free transportation with 11.4 walks, while Cachranc and Bishop received lOi! each. The same trio, along w i t h Foxx and Gchrig, were walked :100 or more times in 1932. Foxx replaced Campbell, the St. Louis outfielder, 113 the leading strikeout victim, fanning S3 times. Campbell struck out 101 times a year ago. The champion Washing-ton Senators landed in third place in garner won at home, but were the best outfit on tbe rood. New York won 51. and lost 23 at homo, the ALIilclica had a 46 to 2!) edge, while the Senators won 41! and lost ,'iO on their own field. Abroad Washington won 53 nsid lost 23, while the Yankees took ·!() decisions nnd dropped 3G. A c l u n l V i m l l n n i l l c n p . . 091 lit KH2 SH Dwners May Put in Claim for Watches A favorite article for leaving in ocker rooms is a watch. That's the opinion of Ivan A. Barnes, physical director of the Y. M. C. A., who las several watches at present that lave been found in the "Y" athletic department. Owners who can give identifying descriptions of their timepieces may get them from Director Barnes, he. said Tuesday. Sacred Heai't Girls in Loss to Wesley, 37-11 . WESLEY, Dec. 19.--The SfiererJ Hearl girls' basketball team of Pocahontas played tho local girls here and lost by a score of 37 to 11. The game was hard fought and the visiting team lost through Inability to make basket?. The Rev. Mr. Wesseling, former priest here, is coaching the team. The local high school boy? won over the town team thn same night with a score of 26 to 35 Ti tonka was to play here Tuesda; night and the Algona acadenr meets the local hoys and girls her Friday night. IHIUKM-OI.SJON' CO, Mnyera-- Event V. M r V l l i c r V, AItnU Due .. 121 ... 147 .. 155 A c t u a l 1'lrn.. 745 lltmdjrnp ... »7 103 no 171) 165 1H3 H3I 07 JW nil 1 K B 1B.1 Tntul 1'ins NOHTIIKHN on. 17li .. I3J rliiycn.-- II, I M « f h . a. Milt lor . ... IV. P n n t i m ... A, Sondorsilftrtl I l u n c n n .... Acliml r i n » . . 7711 Ilnnrtlcap . . . 42 2nd ISO 11:1 no ir.n 1KO mo ·tz 2(11 1H2 Total 502 47,% -I lift SOS -.14 is Jill 2703 Tola] Mil -137 n i l 4 SO S1Z 2KOH 121! A v . mil 182 171) 111:1 1 7 1 Tntnl rin» 813 B72 B I B 2034 H7K WRESTLING RESULTS | Jty Ihr AMoclnlrrt 1're**. NK\V YORK--Jim Dnmnlnx, 230, Verona, Mo., ilrft\r wtth tfcl l)rn Ofrorjje, 2 1 1 , NortTi ·fnvii, ?*. Y., imn tiOTir t -to minutes. C A M D K N , N. J.--Dick Hnlneft, Houston, flrr.w u1lh I'aul J a n e s , Jfounlon, 00:00 (cnrh wrn one f o i l ) . ADDITIONAL SPORTS ON MARKET PAGE HIGH Si'flOOL BASKETBALL IN OTHER STATES ANSAS, Illinois, and Indiana are leading basketball states, I betieve. I have coach-'l basketball in Kansas, and I am convinced that teams play as good if not a better brand down W there as at almost any place in the r- -ntry. This, I think is proved by the fact that Kansas university always is' far above the other schools in the Big Six conference, and I believe would finish one, two, three in the Big T^n if it were a member. It's interesting to note tho interest that is .shown in the Indiana state high school tournament, held each spring in the fieldhouse at Butler university. The building seats 15,000 people. Many days before the meet starts the r_gular reservations are sold out, and seats are sold at premiums by scalpers, much the same as at world series games. Basketball in Illinois high ^...ools has grown to immense proportions. I know of one city slightly larger than Ma»;n City that has a gymnasium seating 6,000 people. I know o£ another town of about 10,UUU population where the first game of tha high school season Is celebrated with as much pomp at the Marcli Graa at New Orleans. Even the mayor, and city council, with all the dignitaries of the town, are present, me mayor taking (Turn to M a r k e t rage) Ulen's Cagers Win in Overtime Court Battle Ulen's cagers of Mason City battled to a '14--13 win over the Rock Falls Indies in an overtime periofl at llje latter's court Monday night, in a stiff contest. Lincicum, at center for tbe local team, topped tho Mnson City scor- in 0 efforts with 18 points, but Wegner. at forward for the Rock Falls five, scored 10 and Dcnhart, big running mate, put in 17 counters. $10 DENTIST Makes Dentures (Plates) as low as, per plate EXTRACTIONS $1.00 X-RAY SERVICE One Day Service for Out of Town Patients DR.H.K.JONES 1,11/ 2 N. FKDKKAl. PHONG ;«3 f f MASON OIT1' AIMIOKY, 8:»0 Thursday Nile ALL STAK UOUTS! Rcmatchcd by Request! (ONE IlOUIt MAIN EVENT) JOE COX 216 His. - VS. - JACKHADER 220 His. 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