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

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 26 NINE i NORTH IOWA COUNTY MEETS ARE LISTED 1 TEST SCHEDULED FOR PREP COURT ; FIVES THIS WEEK j Thursday Is Opening Day for '; Many of Events; Saturday to See Champs Named. North Iowa high schools, their sectional basketball tournaments set back a week, into the middle of March, will find neighborhood com- 1 petition during the early part of "' the month in county tournaments, many of them scheduled to get under way this week-end. At Emmetsburg, the Palo Alto county girls' and boys' cage tournaments, postponed for several weeks because of weather and fuel conditions, will get under way Thursday night, with alternate schedules arranged for each meet. The meets will close Tuesday night. County girls' quintets will play four games Thursday night, with their semifinals set for Friday snd their finals and consolation to be played Saturday night. Two Games Friday. The boys' tourney will open with two games Friday afternoon and three contests Saturday afternoon. Their semifinals are scheduled for Monday night, with the finals and consolation slated for Tuesday night. New dates for the two tournaments were decided Monday at a meeting of the Palo Alto County Activities association, comprised of school men from nine county towns. Both meets will be held in the high school gymnasium. At Algona, the Kossuth county basketball tournament, which was postponed from a week ago, will be held starting at 7 o'clock Thursday and running through Friday, Saturday and Monday. There will be 12 teams in play, 10 of which represent Class B. Finals on Saturday. . The preliminary rounds in Class B will be played on Thursday, Friday and Saturday afternoons and the finals in both classes will be played Saturday night. On Monday night the winners of Class A and B will play. Swea City and Algona, the only two Class A teams, will again battle on Saturday evening and the winner of this game will _^nter the county final On Monday. At Garner, Hancock county teams will compete in their annual meeting on Friday and Saturday. Goodell opens the tournament, playing- Crystal Lake at 2 o'clock Friday. Goodell is Seven Eagles conference champion. Woden and Garner clash at 3 o'clock, while Klemme and Corwith meet at 4 o'clock. Britt Plays Hayficld. Britt will open the evening program with Hayfield at 7 o'clock, and the Goodell-Crystal Lake winner will meet Kanawha at 8 o'clock. The semi-finals begin Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, and the final is at 7:30 in the evening. Eleven Winnebago county basketball teams, including two from Forest City, are entered in the tournament that opens in the Lake Mills liigh school gymnasium Thursday evening. The tournament was to have been played last week but was postponed on account of weather and road conditions. Champions Named Saturday. Tournament sessions will be held each evening during the remainder of the week, closing with championship games for both the Class A and Class B teams Saturday evening. Four Class B teams are also scheduled to play Saturday afternoon, the first of the games starting at 2:30 o'clock. Thursday's program will open ·with a game between Scai'ville and the Forest City Reserves, followed by a game between Leland and the Lake Mills Reserves. Forest City and Buffalo Center will furnish the Class A competition Thursday evening. Only two games will be played Friday night, the first starting at 8 o'clock between Rake and Buffalo Center Reserves, both in Class B competition. Lake Mills and Thompson will play at 9 o'clock next Friday night in the Class A contest. /Sheffield High School's i Cagers Win in Two Tilts j SHEFFIELD _ Sheffield high Ischool defeated Alexander in two Slbasketball games here Tuesday -" Vight, the boys winning 32 to 12 zfter the girls had won 23 to 12. BE AZETTE RTS Don't Be Too Alarmed About Major League Holdouts Warriors in Tourney Opener Assigned to ihe opening game of the state junior college basketball tournament, Waldorf of Forest City sent its Warriors into action here Wednesday. The Waldorf team went; to the quarterfinals In last year's meet. Playrrs in the picture are, left tn right, hark row: Nrw- gard, Romness, Taylor, Arling Anderson, Gordon and Barber. Front row: Don Anderson, Lehman, Fox, Kasmusscn and Johnson, Jaysee Meet, Prep Games, Independent Fina Is Ready High School Goes to*North Iowa Hoopers Austin, Colleges Start Play. PROBABLE UNECTS MASON' CITY AI'STIN- nBI.MSI.iEV K l p l f l l l T . . . Slocclirr ... Hort (C) .. Wnoil T I M E : R i . . . . . . f i 0 Thnrsdjiy. A I I N E V . . . Hanson At wood ... . IXmnn . Andrrson Faras worth PLACE: Auslln Armi.ry. t ITTI.E M O H A W K S J O H A W K S K1KSTEB Coach r.RIISS H u f f F I.. IVtrrson ""okmnn I" I"' 1 ?"""' F. Sloc'rkcr I' F . "",,* "Tood' ·;::::::::::"::::::::. 7;. 'sC^'in T15IK: B o'clock Thursday. PLACE: St. .losrnh's C. H. S. Junior college and high school baskptball, with the biggest program of the season'under way" this week, will find, its center of interest in the home court, where 21 Iowa jaysee teams started play for their state title Wednesday. At the same time, high school followers will keep an eye turned toward Austin, Minn., where Mason City high school's Mohawks will turn Thursday for their postponed contest with Dick Arney's Scarlet cagers. The Austin contest, set back from Feb. 4, when snow choked North. Iowa and southern Minnesota highways, forcing the Mason City team to stay at home, will be played at the Austin armory. The Scarlets, losers in an earlier game this season, when Mason City defeated them' by 22 to 17, have done right well since that beating. They have advanced close to the top of their own conference, the Big Eight, and include recent decisions over Faribault. 22 to 20, and over Albert Lea. 25 to 18. Rochester's Rockets beat the Scarlets. 37 to 14, to cut them out of conference honors. On the local courts this weekend, a Thursday game will see the Little Mohawks from Mason City high school playing against St. Joseph's- Johawks at the Southsider floor. The contest is called for 8 o'clock, and is a return game, with the previous victory held by the hawks. The junior college tournament, in its first day, promised an evening of attractive games, with Fort Dodge and Emrnetsburg's contest at 7 o'clock one of the big items in the schedule. The two "intersectional" contests, one between Burlington's Blackhawks and Estherville's Wolves, the other involving Lenox's Crimson Wave and Red Oak's Bobcats, are also hot prospects in the entertainment for Wednesday. Ledyard Panthers, Junior Take Pair of Tussles High LEDYARD--The Ledyard Panthers and junior high boys won a double victory from Armstrong at the local gymnasium. The Panthers won 37 to 24. The junior high defeated Armstrong 29 to 4. WELCOME To the State Junior College Basketball Tournament Tickets Available af 219 N. Federal Ave. "Everything for Sport" Phone 545 End Meet, "Y" Loop Plays. XORTH IOWA I N D K r K N D E TOrilNA.MKNT \VKI)M-;SI)AV CAMKS Consolation, 8-- Brill v». Hush r.inlry. 9 -- I'sbst . Mi rshnl! nml PH. ,«7fi . 1 1 1 ..100 .429 .125 V. M. C. A. .MA.IOR L E A G U E S7"A-M)1.VG.$ \\: i,. Marshall and Swift ......... 7 J Hnmlltmrs ............ . ---- fl ~i Cfirn Connlry ......... ..... 4 4 Diamond Hri-nd ............ .1 4 State Brand ................ 1 7 RKSVI/I'S FEB. t:i Corn Country 28: Bush I'ustry 25. sliitr- Brand 21: Hamilton's 18. .Marshall mid Swift :U; Diamond Bread 23. THURSDAY (iAMES Diamond Bread. vs. Btislt I'astry. Hamilton vs. Marshall unit Swift. Corn Country vs. Stntc Brand. Mason City and North Iowa independent basketball teams have a full mid-week schedule ahead of them, with the regular games of the Y. M. C. A. listed .as usual for Thursday night, and the championship and consolation contests of the North Iowa tournament on Wednesday. Both events are at the Y. M. C. A. court. Two Mason City teams, Marshall and Swift's league-leading "Y" league outfit and Pabst Blue Ribbon, will play for the North Iowa title, while the Britt Hottentots will oppose Bush Pastry of Clear Lake for runnerup honors. The championship game will follow the consolation contest, at 9 o'clock Wednesday night. Kashey, Demetral to Vie in American Legion Go at Armory on Friday. 'Hassling returns to the local armory Friday night following an enforced layoff because of the subzero weather of the past few weeks, with Abe Kashey, veteran villain of the mat, matched against BUI Demetral in the main event. Demetral. who is billed as the champion of Greece, is also a ring veteran and is the originator of the "back drop' 1 hold. He recently returned from an invasion of Europe and South America. Mike An tone, a newcomer to the local mat, meets Alf Johnson in the semiwindup. Local mat fans will see a pair of new faces when Ed Cook tangles with Stanley Myslajick in the preliminary bout. FEW STARS HAVE STUCK OUT THEIR PLANS FOR RAISE Hank Leiber Likely to Be Set for Season as Giants Are Playing First Game. By ALAN GOULD Associated I'ress Sports Editor NEW YORK, (.P)--Although the ranks of major league holdouts have given little ground of late, there is no reason to view with much alarm or believe that, for example -Hank Leiber will be busy opening day doing other than playing center field for the New York Giants. The stubborn character of the Leiber case, so far baffling the best minds of the Giants' headquarters staff, is not extraordinary or unprecedented. Hank himself lias punctuated a brief big league career with previous salary arguments. He threatened a holdout siege two years ago, before he claimed a regular job. It may require more persuasion and further compromise before the man from Arizona capitulates but it's a 1 to 10 shot he will soon be on his way to Pensacola. Bill Knows Answers. Manager Bill Terry should know all the answers in any holdout argument, anyway. Memphis Bill's squawks could be heard for miles in the years when baseball magnates were amputating payrolls. He was, in fact, going to quit baseball one spring when asked to take a 40 pet- cent cut. But he didn't take that big a cut and he didn't quit. Rarely in baseball history have salary differences been so serious that an athlete felt he could quit or 3. club owner was willing to let him do so. rather than come to a compromise agreement. Mike Donlin, a colorful outfield figure on the Giants of John McGraw's early days, made his holdout stick one season. Hafey Hangs Tight. Chick Hafey, when he was with the St. .Louis Cardinals, didn't come to terms until well after one season had started. Chick's retirement la.ter, after being traded to the Cincinnati Reds, was partially due to salary differences but he is talking now of a comeback. The last real holdout was another former outfield star of the Reds, Ed Roush. After being traded back' to Cincinnati by the Giants. Roush balked at all offers and stuck to his Indiana farm. He was about at the end of his big league career, anyway, so that there is no real parallel between his case and that of a rising- youngster like Leiber, Get It While You Can. The viewpoint of the athlete naturally is that he has "got to get it while the getting is good." He knows that the average club owner will not offer him social security when he begins to slip. Some magnates prefer the bonus system, as a means of compromise, but this is not generally in vogue. The players themselves 'like to "sec it on the line" instead of gambling for extra money. Inducements of an extra-curricular nature have helped the St. Louis Cardinals settle salary differences with several stars, including Dizzy Dean. Apparently it is not going to be so easy this year but the Cardinal front office last year persuaded Dean to sign a 517,500 playing contract as part of an agreement by which Dizzy was helped to derive substantial revenue, on the side, from endorsements. Similarly Cardinal executives aided Pepper Martin to "cash in" on his fame following the exploits of the "Wild Horse" in the 1931 world series. -OUT OF THE PRESSBOX- Dizzy Wants to Work--For the Price of a Ball Club Individual Ideas . . . MR. J. H. (DIZZY) DEAN denies he's an "individual" player . . . Old Diz gives the team the best he has, and he's just one of the boys working- for the club even when lie's on the "bench, says Old Diz . . . it just happens that he sends back an $1S,")00 contract on the same day when his "individual" satement is given out to the world . . . and when he sends it back he says he ought to be worth ?40.000. . . . Mr. Dean certainly is consistent. . . . He can't be accused of being an Individual player if he expects to get that much money out of the Cards . . . with $40.000 the Cardinals could sign up enough individual ball players to make a full-size team with a couple of extra pitchers. Jack Dempsey finds the ways of peace sweet and pleasant . . . ho takes down a certain percentage from the sale of a chocolate candy bar . . . in the last five months Dempsey's earnings from the confection have averaged $1,000 a month, all of which is turned over to a trust fund for his baby Joan . . . to borrow a term from the vocabulary of Old Diz Dean. little Dempiey Dizzy Dean Joan surely must be called an "individual" baby! * * * Joe Louis must be placed in the "individual fighter" class . . . since turning professional, the Dusky Disintegrator of Detroit has averaged more than $3,000 a round of fighting, and business is getting better all the time . . . compared to what Old Diz wants for a whole baseball season, Joe Louis could almost be accused of individualism of a very rugged variety. * # * Looking back, some names of people whose individualism was not so pronounced pop up from the past . . . Bob Filzsirnmons got exactly nothing for defeating Jim Corbett, his $15.000 share going to make up a promotion deficit . . . and the Tigers paid just $700 for Tyrus Raymond Cobb . . . Napoleon Lajoie was paid $5.500 the year he hit .405 to lead the American league. * * * Mr. George H. Ruth is probably the man most responsible for the "individual" idea in baseball . . . before the Babe started blasting them, outfielders used to have to pay their way into the park . . . baseball values were placed on a new basis- when his salary mounted past the $50,000 mark. * * * In boxing- Tex Rickard was the man who took fighters out of the haylofts and made them rich . . . made some of them even "individual" drawing room lions . . . made some of them "individual" Shakespearean experts . . . when he placed that little pile of gold in the window of a hank in Goldfield. Ncv., the giant of boxing individualism came and looked into the window and got a nidea. Now if somebody would just come along and "individualize" sports writing! DEAN READY FOR COMPROMISES BY CARDS, HIMSELF Dizzy One Sony for Team If "Me and Paul" Aren't in Roster for Season. DALLAS. Tex.. (.'Pi--Dizzy Dorm, who thinks he's worth $21,500 more than the St. Louis Cardinals offer him. Wednesday said he was about ready "to compromise a bit." Dizzy, official spokesman for himself; and brother Paul, the Cardinals' only holdouts, disclosed the club hnd offered him an $18.000 con- I tract. He think* he's worth $40.000. "I haven't heard a word from the ! Cardinal officials since 1 sent my first contract back unsigned," he said, "and I'll assure you that they won't hear from me first." But he wants the St. Louia front office to realize he's "not the kind of a fellow to be too stubborn," if the club shows any inclination to bargain. However, if things end in a deadlock, Diz feels sorry for the Cardinal chances. "I'll give you a promise that the Cardinals won't finish as good as second in the National league without me and Paul. They say they've won pennants before without us-which is very true--but they won't this year." With unusual modesty Dizzy said he didn't claim to be "any better than Hubbell, Warneke and some of the others who have been drawing down big salaries, but I do believe I'm entitled to equal consideration." Algona High School Wins m Second Local Contest ALGONA--St. Cecilia's academy basketball team lost to the Algona high school Tuesday night 26 to 20 in a return game played at the academy gym. The half time score was 13 to 13, both teams playing even, until the last quarter, when the high school gained its advantage. The public school reserves piled up a 27 to 7 score against the academy seconds. Patty Berg Sears Course in South Atlantic Events ORMOND BEACH, Fla, (.Pi- Stopping Patty Berg, the mighty Minneapolis miss, in the south Atlantic golf tournament appeared Wednesday to be a matter calling for a new women's record for the Ormond beach course. The luckless first rounrt opponent for the determined Patty was Alice Rutherford of Aiken, R. Cnr., whose qualifying 90 was 17 strokes higher than the redhead's medalist card. COKES ARE HEAD GLOB WITH WINS Take Three Games as Ryan's Singles, Series Win m Individual Column. WOMKN'S I.R.Vr.VF. Allf.vs 1-2--Sl.vlr Slionrir vs. Diamond Brpnii. 3-1--nnrimcl vs. 1). K. J,um!brrE. S-G--G. and C. Huh vs. .Mlrkry .Mouse. DF.CKKH-S I.F,.-U;i"E Alley. 1-2--.Main O f f i c r vs. I.oral Snlfs. a-t--Rolnmn liulls vs. Sivrrl rlrklr. S-fi--Rally llrrt vs. llnl shells. Coca Cola was the only three- same winner in the City Bowling league Tuesday night, with pairs going into the win column for International Motor Truck, Tyler- Ryan and Standard Oil. Butch Ryan rolled all the high individual figures with a. 602 series and a 225 single. He also shot a 220 single. The Old Timers and Xorthwcstcrn States Portland Cement, were scheduled to roll their postponed game Wednesday. Box Scores on Theater Face American Olympic Body to See Pair of Big Problems NEW YORK. M)--The American Olympic committee, with its president, Avery Brundage of Chicago, back in this country, Wednesday was confronted with two big problems. One, and the more important at (he moment, was the task of raising some ?200,000 to send the American team to Berlin this summer. The other was whether to hold the track and field trials at Randall's Island stadium in New York or send them to Boston or Princeton. Brundage, back with glowing reports of the preparations being made by the Germans, plunged into the task of raising the money by exhorting the Olympic committee to give its fullest co-operation. Dowling of Des Momes Is Top Team in Catholic Test DES MOINES, (/P)- Dowling high of Des Moincs will represent the Des Moines diocese in the slate Catholic high school basketball tournament at Fort Dodge. The Des Moines school defeated St. Francis of Council Bluffs 27 to 26 in the finals of the diocese meet here Tuesday night. Consolation honors went to St. Mary's of Panama with a 24 to 21 victory over St. Peters of Defiance. Augs Beat Saints in Game at Lutheran School Court DAVENPORT. (.-P) -- Augnstana college of Rock Island whipped St. Ambrose of the Iowa conference 37 to 30 in a basketball game here Tuesday night. The Illinois team led 20 to li at the half. More than 2,000 persons saw the game. IN THE RING lly THE ASSOCIATED TRESS LOS AXOKLKS--Frnldlff Slcrtc. J B R , Tn- rnnui. \Vnsh., oulptilntrd Hnydcn (Vounc) Stiilili-y, IfiO, CIilniRit, ( 1 0 ) . WRESTLING By THK ASSOCIATED FRKRS \ E \ V A R K , N. .!.--Ert Don Gforce, 218, Buffalo, nnl .I(w Havoldl, 2flfl, Three Onkn, Mich., dmv, no mlnutrs, (nne full ench). NEW HAVEN, Conn.--George Kovcrly, 214, California, defeated Jfthn Katun, 218, Mnntrcitl, iwrt mil of three fall*. North Iowa Independent Finals -- Tonight Feb. 26, 7:30, Y. M. C. A. BRITT and CLEAR LAKE Consolation Game PABST of MASON CITY and MARSHALL-SWIFT Final 20c and 36c * YOU GET MORI FORYOURMONiYINAN LDSM ·V7"OU can get right down to J. brass tacks when you consider Oldsmobile comfort. You can count up the features that contribute to Oldsmobile's restful, gliding ride. You can determine, by actual comparison, the fact that Oldsmobile gives you more comfort features for your money than any car of similar price. Check the features listed at the right. Remember, too, that Oldsmobile gives you balanced weight distribution, extra- roomy interiors and level, unob- structed floors. 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