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MOHAWKS, TROJANS 1 TIGERS TRAPPED IN 36-30 CLASH BY FIVE GUARDS Marshalltown Held by Tight Defensive Play of Team of Sure-Shots. Friday the thirteenth was a lucky one' and a powerful one for Coach Chick Sutherland's junior college Trojans, for the golden quintet downed the Marshalltown Tigers 36 to 30 on the high school court Friday evening without a serious threal during the game. The best defensive work of the year, together with accurate shooting- and stellar pasa- , ing, again placed the Trojans among the better fives o£ the state. ' Too the college team has had a serious losing streak the past few weeks, the five was on the up and up Fnday. McPeak was high scorer of the evening with 5 field goals and a charity toss. Lane and Ulmer tied for second honors with 4 of the doubledeckers and 2 free throws. ' Teams slow at Start. · Both teams started slow with Ulmer X^id Lane unable to sink their opening shots. McPeak dribbled - down the floor for the first basket which was directly in front of the goal. Snell added a field goal and free toss and Ulmer repeated the ·act. Lane and Taylor connected with the rim to add a pair of counts each and tie the score at 7-7. McPeak bored in for two more baskets and the quarter ended with the Trojans leading 11 to 7. J. Winnie and Snell opened the second quarter with long shots and the Trojan guarding tightened. Akers succeeded for a couple of nice shots and Taylor and Collison added to the total score with some long range shooting. The half closed with Mason City still in the lead 17 to 16. Scorfe Tied in Third. Lane sank a long shot in the open- basket in an extra long period of fast floorwork. Collison and Ulmer tied up the score 19 to 19 with some fast work and Lane saved the period by a long one shortly before Taylor sank his free throw to leave the score 21 to 20 at the three-quarter mark with Mason City still favored. Marshalltown missed a number of free throws in the last period but scores broke fast. McPeak was hot on the baskets and Akcrs broke thru for g. number of nice shots. Ulmer succeeded in getting 3 field goals for the period while Lane ^S. Winnie and Snell divided honor.-!' -rdj ths Trojans. McPeak. dribbled the length of .the floor for a basket in the closing moments of play in sensational style. · MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Mason City's Reserves Win at North wood Mohawk B Team Wins 19-11 Victory But Frosh Lose. NORTHWOOD, Feb. 14.--Northwood high school lost to the Mason City second team 11 to 19 here Friday night. The visitors led 9 to 6 at the end of the first half. Northwood's second team defeated the Mason City freshman team 25 to 9 in a curtain raiser. N SAND SHOVELERS SWEEP SERIES IN CEMENT PIN TILT Atlas Special Wins Pair o Games in Clash With Office 5. The Ideal Sand and Gravel team swept the series from the North western States Portland Cemen plant five in the city league bowlins Friday evening. The Atlas Specia team won two out of three game from the cement office team. Th office force won the middle gam by a score of 1013 to 95G. Hans Pusch t^k the high-singl honors for the evening with 246 £ Walsh took the three game tota with 630 and F. C. Gaylord won th Palace theater tickets with 645 BREAKS MARK MASON CITY--36 FG FT PF Lane, f 4 o j Snell, f "" 2 ? ' ,, I. Wimiie, o '.','.% 1- 7 J. Winnie, g .'..2 . o ·' McPeak, g 5 . L J TOTALS 16 ~6 ~7 Substitutions: Morgan for Snell· Snell for Morgan; Anderson for ,1. Winnie; J. Winnie for Anderson. MARSH AM/TOWN--so . ., . FG FT PF Akers, f 4 o o Ulmer, f 4 2 3 ColHson, c g 0 0 Taylor, g _ , g 4 o Piper, g o 0 · TOTALS 12 o 8 Substitutions f Wilhau for ColH- . son; Collison for Wtlhau. Referee: Kennedy, Coe. ST. ANSGARWINS FROMKENSETT5 ST. ANSGAR, Feb. 14.--In a fast and furious contest the St. Ansgar high school basketeers outscored the Keiisett quintet 25-19 here Friday night. .The lead changed several times up until the last few minutes when Boyette, star Kensett guard, was injured. St. Ansgar increased its lead with two more baskets and tha game ended. Tribbensee and Parker played best for St. Ansgar, getting 8 and 7 points respectively. Halvorson was especially strong on defense. For Kensett, Boyette was the star garnering 9 points. Meggitt, star St. Ansgar forward, was not in the game. The St. Ansgar seconds defeated the Kensett reserves 11 to 2 in tho curtain raiser. , In the third game of the evening the St. Ansgar JJons outscored the Kensett independents 30 to 22. R. McMillen was the offensive star and Heards defense work was very good. Stock scored 12 points for Kensett. Gu . Kolb, shooting a three game total with Harry Lee on alley number two, broke the high single and also the three game total record of the Bokj' Bowling alleys. The scores are: Gus Kolb 201 230 299--730 Harry Lee .... .224 216 " 440 F -E. Wall 227--687 Total of all six games--1397. Any of these marks would be high at any tournament Kolb had 11 strikes straight to his credit in the last game but he left the six pin standing for a 299 count. N. W. ST. P CEMENT OFFICE F- P'rkl 181 193 171 54; Leonard .'IBS 159 156 47; Abbott, C 150 185 135 470 Hansen, H. ... .191 145 17G 512 Brakel 150 ."234 1G9 553 Handicap 97 97 97 291 Totals 9271013 9 0 4 2 8 4 4 ATLAS SPECIAL F.Schmidt 156 148 174 Wilson 157 164 179 Walsh ;193 214 223 Peterson -.185 169 179 Ed. Smith .....208 201 Handicap 60 Totals 60' 956 478 500 630 533 160 569 60 180 975 28DO IDEAL SAND GRAVEL CO. Pusch Woadhouse Gaylord ... Stenner .. . R. Johnson Handicap ._. Totals .'.. .192 .156 .218 .156 .189 . 10 .921 167 215 189 178 147 10 906 246 159 211 157 185 10 605 530 618 485 521 30 962 2789 N. W. ST. P. CEMENT PLANT Lavelle . Bemis .. ., M. Pirkl . . Schutz ... T. Johnson Handicap . Totals . .. 154 148 ..156. 144 -.133 126 ..188 167 ..194 155 .. 54 54 ..879 794 142 163 165 174 174 54 444 463 424 529 523 162 872 2545 NASHUA INDEPENDENTS DEFEAT CLAUKSVTLLE NASHUA, Feb. 14.--The Nashua independents downed the Clarksville independents here last night by a score of 25 to 11. Crabtree was high point man for Nashua with 11 points and Perkins, Clarksville, was high point man for his side with 5 points. Smith of Iowa WRS referee. FAYETTE CLOSJyS YEAR WITH ARLINGTON FAYETTE, Feb. 14. -- Fayette high dropped its last home game of the season to Arlington here Friday night. 2 to 17. The first quarter resulted In a 5 to 5 tie, with Arlington eking out a 9 to 7 lead at the half. The local five rolled up 10 points in the last half, but could not keep pace with their opponents' sharp- shooting. Eden starred for the winners, ringing up 13 points. Earlc was high for Fayette with 6 points. SWEA CITY LOSES GAME TO MILFORD SWEA CITY, Feb. 14.--Swea City, high school cagers lost the second game of the season here last night to Mllford by a score of 31 to 18. AGGIE FIVE WINS IOWA STATE TILT WITH SUBSTITUT Brockway Scores 7 Baskets for Kansas Quintet's 38-24 Victory. AMES, Feb. 14. W)--A substitute forward playing his first full Big- Six conference basketball game did more than his share Friday night m the Kansas Aggies' 38 to 24 victory over Iowa State. Brockway got the call Jn Captain Nigro's placfc, the latter ill with the flu, and netted seven of the invaders' 17 field goals, most of them at difficult angles. Two other reserves Vohs and Wiggins, also turned in good performances. An early lead gained by the A«*- I gies was never seriously threatened, the recess tally favoring them 17 to 9. Cronklte, with four baskets, anil Fairbanks, with three, did as good offense work as defense. Roadcap'a 10 points held the Cyclone scoring honors. , . 5 Summary: IOWA STATE--24 FG Roadcap, f 4 Thomson, f , \i Heitmnn, c i Hawk, g _i Rieke, g 3 TOTALS To KANSAS AGGIES--38 Brockway, f 7 Vohs, f 2 Cronkite, c " '. ,± Wiggins, g- j Fairbanks, g 3 FT 2 4 (I 0 0 6 0 1 1 1 1 I'F TOTALS 17 4 n Officials, North (Highland Park) referee; Wulf (Missouri) umpire. Cedar Rapids Quintet Takes First Game in 10 in Cage Upset. CEDAR RAPIDS, Feb. 14. (m~ Coe college won its first basketball victory iri 10 games here Friday night when Beloit college was tripped up 43 to 20., Stewart, a recent 'addition to the team, led the way in scoring with 13 points, and did some neat work on defense. At midpoint, Coe was leading 14 :o 3, the visitors being held goal- ess. Summary: 30E--13 :£ee, f ?urlrt, f jQfgrcn, c lann, c . Stewart, g Smith, g . Totals . BELOIT--i Bottino, f "aylor, f .. Stipe, o .. Torrissey, felss, g . Juppe, g . Totals . Referee, Hedges, Dartmouth' ire, Kust, De-i Motncn U. COURT FOES FEBRUARY 14 Wilson Lively Ball Out But Homers Still Pay Big Dividends His Contract Calls for at Least $30,000 By JACK'SORDS Central Press-, Sports 'Artist nv « n « i V B ^ A °f m ° re refined Pitching and less boisterous slugging ay soon be ushered in, thanks largely to the new "dead" ball but the old home run continues to pay fat dividends. h,,t v^ GSS ^ inoreas e in Pay for one Hack Wilson, the abbreviated but vigorous Chicago Cub outfielder. Wilson, according to popular belief, will take down about 40 grand for this summer's work, a substantial stipend over his 1930 income Hack asked for that sum because it was half of what Babe Ruth is receiving and last season Hack Hit more homers than did Ruth which with hTs bosseg enty ° £ talk ' ns p o i n t 3 when he discussed salary matters Wilson's new salary makes him the highest priced performer ever to wear Cub togs save, of 'course, Rogers Hornsby. However, Hornsby is also serving the club as manager, so Wilson will actually be the 'Cubs' nignest paid ball player. ' ' Hack believes he will exceed his own 1930 mark of 5G homeruna which set a new National league record for home runs by a wide margin. Wilson even entertains hopes of topping the major league record of 60 which T,yas set by Ruth several years ago and until Hack's remarkable spurt of last season was considered impregnable lAmn^llf i hC neW ba " may do to Hack ' s 'homerun ambitions is problematical. However, be has this satisfaction: If the new ball cuts down his quota of four-ply slacks it is also bound to keep his rivals in check Champ Cue Artist Plans to Appear in Local Match STANDARD Oil LEAGUE Holland 'syne tfiller lardy PERFECTION. ...... 151 140 i2il 142 FORT DODGE PINMEN I.OSE AT ALGONA · ALGONA, Feb. 14.--The Piggly Wiggly bowling team of Fort Dodge lost a three-game match to an Al- goiia team on the Algona alleys Friday night. Algona 907 871 1004--2782 Fort Dr.dge . .897 887 911--2689 WEBSTER CITY BEATS ALGONA ALGONA, Feb. 14.--The Webster City high school basketball team'de- feated the Algona high school at Algona Friday night by the score'of 27' to 23. PLYMOUTH BEATS MITCHELL, 18-12 PLYATOUTH, Feb. 14.--Plymouth defeated Mitchell, 16 to 12, Friday night in a fast game on the Plymouth court. Giles and Vickerman shoved in the winning slrota to take the game after it was tied up 12 to 12 near the close. Lenock WRP held for 6 points by the guarding of Re/ah. Hughe.s, state Teachers, was referee. The seconds defeated the Mitchell seconds, 52 to 6. 108 99 145 Totals 670 680 Team average--G74. RED CROWN ETHYL. Williams . . . firn Galbraeth .. Knorr Malloy Swenson .;. Gamble .. Totals . . . . ' . . . ,, ,, ,, , _ Team average--723. ISO-VIS. Nfi w 114 133 Ziegler 113 327 Hatch 92 113 Taylor 143 8 G Axell 213 ISO Totals 675 639 Team average--681. ATLAS TIRES. Nolterieke 132 133 Anderson 123 109 Williams 100 125 Stihvell 121 177 Otto ...184 205 Totals 6SG 749 Team average--725. 153 420 118 131 230 110 35-1 133 433 671 2021 1931 HARVEY IS AGAIN DUNDEE'S VICTIM IN GARDEN SHOW Briton Loses Second Time to Baltimore Italian in 12 Round Bout. By HERBERT \V. BARKER NEW YORK, Feb. 14. (ff)--They gave Vince Dundee Hie decision in Madison Square Garden Friday night but Len Harvey, hale Briton, got the cheers. While one of the best crowds of a lean indoor season jeered and booncl Dundee was given his second straight verdict over the British middleweight champion after a 12 round battle which Harvey seemed to have won by a comfortable margin. Harvey Makes Fight. Harvey, making all the fight, stabbed Dundee with lefts and pounded him with rights over a major portion of the distance and the end had earned seven rounds the Associated Press score-card. Dundee had four and one was even. Whatever the justice of the decision, it must be said that Dundee fought a courageous and game bat-le. Spilled on the floor twice in his first meeting-with Harvey a few weeks ago, Dundee took everything the Britisher had to offer last night Dundee Takes Lot. Altho Dundee never went down :nere were several occasions when t looked as tho he might In th= third, Harvey nailed him with a ·ight that had the Baltimore Ital- an In distress. Again in the fifth it ook all of Dundee's ring experience o survive a storm of leather. Dundee rallied but in the eleventh ran nto another crackling right that did him no good. A-crowd of 11,500 saw the battle spectacular at times and scarcely ever dull. Dundee weighed 159 pounds: Har- 't-y 155. TQALPH GKEENLBAl'", colorful ·"· pocket liillhird export, twice holder of (lie world's chnmpSon- fihlp, will make mi uppRiiruiici; in Mason City at IJoyd's Milliard parlors Saturday, Fell. 2J, \vlicn he will meet n local artist In special matches at SrSII and 7:30 oY.lock. Grcentouf needs no introiluelinii to pockct-hilliurd funs for lit! has ruled tho most so long in his chosen profession that Ills name is synonymous with the "world's greatest." Blaltlng his first bow in championship play in IBlfi, he defeated Bcimic Allen, tlie playing- l)i rt i champion, in their tournament match, to wind up fourth in :i field composed of the world's leading players. Three years later he came into possession of tho world's title, holding undisputed, sway until l!)2u, at. which time he abdicated in favor of Frank Tahersld Hi, regained tho crown in 1920, held it for iiurt of that ycnr and 3927, dropping it to ISrwin Rudolph In n hectio match only to recover it OIB following- nenson. Losing to Tabor.ski In tlm memorable Batda of Chicago in the 1928 tourney, ho jigain H'on undisputed elaim to Hie tiiln in 1929 championship joust at Detroit. In this tournament hn defeated Taberskl 125 to 0, creating two world's records l.V going out in t\vo innings mid malting an unfinished high run of 12G. Ho scratched in his first turn at tlio table. Immediately following each match, Greenleaf will give an exhibition of fancy shots. 123 347 103 109 2 If] 37(1 3S7 310 M3S GSS 729 20J;! J17 382 133 371 158 38K 180 .173 171 560 758 2174 GARNER BEATS KANAWHA 19-10 GARNER, Feb. 14.--Garner high school defeated Kanawha high at Garner Friday evening 1 19 to 16 in a close game. CHICAGO _ Eddie Anderson, Wyoming, and Danny Delmont, Chicago, drew, (30). Wrestling Meet Taken by 25 l - 2 4 o 12 1-2 Score. CRESCO, Feb. 14,--Cresco high school defeated ISIdora training school by a score of 25'.i to 12% in a hard fought wrestling meet oii'the Crcsco mat Friday night. Summary: 85 pound class, Lick- tieg, Cresco. threw Hunt, Eldora time 3:04. OS pound class, Cameron, Cresco, won by decision from Ken- zclle, Eldora, 2:02. 105 pound class Davis, Cresco, won by decision from Brown, Eldora, 2:10. 115 pound class, Wlldman, Crcsco, won by fall from Christman, Eldora, 3:04. 125 pound class, Bateman, Cresco won by decision from, Music, Eldora, H:j1. 335 pound class, Dewalle Cresco, won ]y decision from Per-' rigo, Eldora, 1:13. 145 pound class Ammon, Eklora, won by fall from Bronner, Cresco, 1:09. 155 pound class, Shepcrd, Eldora, won by decision from Heibornik, Cresco 3-03 1G5 pound class, Moore, Eldora, won by decision from Meyers, Cresco 0:15. Heavyweight class, Nenning! Cresco, and Turner, Eldora, wrestled to draw. FIGHT RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS . NEW YORK--Vince Duncee Baltimore, outpointed Len Harvey 7, r dV S ^ middleweight champion (12). Tony Herrera, El Paso Tex outpointed Solly Schwartz, England (30). Vincent SIreci, New York knocked out Madison Dix, San Francisco, (6). BRIDGEPORT, Conn. -- Midget Wolgast, Philadelphia, stopped Al Beanrcgard, Hartford, Conn., (3). PITTSBURGH--Billy Rose, Cincinnati, outpointed Billy Holt, Pittsburgh, (30). ERIE, Pa.--Joe Trippc, Rochester, outpointed Jackie Horncr st Louis, (8), 'ALO ALTO FIVES C y l i n d e r , Mallard, West Bend, Emmetsburg in Lead. EMMETSBURG, Feb. 1-t --C\'lin- cler, Emmetsburg, Mallard and West Bend won games in the first round of the Palo Alto county boys' basketball tournament on the local floor Friday evening. Cylinder nosed out Graettinger 16 to 12, in a fast game. Emmetsburg won, 29 to 18, from Curlew in a smooth game. Mallard won from Ayrshire, 21 to 6, in a game not as one-sided as the score would indicate. West Bend won from Rodman, to 20, after almost losing the ame five minutes before the whistle. Slater of Emmetsburg, with 6 points, was high scorer of the ivening with w. Barnes, Rodman, and Cretzmeyer, Emmetsburg, second with 12 points. Strlet of Cylinder was next with 11 points. Graettinger won from Ruthven, 25 to 21, in the first game of the ournament played Wednesday evening. Cylinder and Emmetsburg and allanl and West Cenc! were sched- iled for the semi-finals. Charles City Loses Court Tilt 30 to 22 West Waterloo Downs Floyd County Team in Easy Tilt. CHARLES CITY, Feb. 14.--Starting a second squad team against the fast West Waterloo aggregation to save the first, for th? import'an conference tilt with Cresco, proved too great a handicap to overcome when the first string took up the battle at the second quarter with the score 10 to 0 and Charles City lost to the visitors 30 to 22 The game contained some excltiue moments in the third quarter when the locals came within two polnta of tying the score but West Waterloo drew away again and the game ended with the first squad on tho TM nc ,?- Score b y quarters, 10-0, 1810, 2,-20 and 30-22. The Waterloo second team overcame the locals ii an early gama by a score of 14 to b. Mendenhall of Cedar Falls rpf creed. a s ref ' CHARLES CITY--23 Ffi FT Webster, f Q * A Clanimer, f , ""9 Blum, f ,, Olll « r , g ".'.'.'.'."2 Lewis, c j Dugjui, c .... 2 G. Pettit, g .. ! n Gifford, g J O. Pettit, g ... n ·._. . , * o * · · · · * " · . . IJ TOTALS .. in W. WATERLOO--80 Ffi ATERLOO-- 80 FG FT Graham, ....... Schuck, f ..... ........ « Rucld, f ...... '.'.'.'.'." z Illlan, g . . ....... n S3^ e .:::^; :::: Camp, g ......... " ' l Kloster. D- ....... A r t\ · » . . . . . . . . . ! TOTALS .......... 72 0 0 1 4 0 0 1 0 SPORT SCRAPS 24 Sfew Hampton Cagers Believe in Friday's Unlucky Signs Now NEW HAMPTON, Feb. 14.--For hree members of the New Hamp- on high school basketball squad, Friday, the thirteenth is unlucky. Taking "French leave" from their tudios at the high school, Friday, hey were reported to the principal, Villiam Atkinson, who found them owntown. 'They were suspended rom the eligibility list for the Deorah game at Decorah, Friday The members of the squad who are suspended are Roger "Red" lerrmann, first team guard, Arhur Wolters, first team center, and Cenneth Seery, substitute guard. XTAT10NAL LEAGUE fans th 11 season will be watching with in terest the progress or lack of it o two former ; Philadelphia pitcher who plunged from success to fal'a m?n* S ^ rt season - Th ey are Claud Wil oughby and Lester Sweetlan Willoughby is now a PJrate, whil Sweetland will be with the Cubs * * * Joo Sen-ell, rccen.ly released by Cleveland, was known as the lad with the camera eyes by American league pitchers. In JO years of major league play, Joey struck out only 99 times. * =S * · TTOCKEY, as in tne case of tennis 41 golf and boxing, i s rapidly being kidnaped by the United States much to the helpless annoyance of the goad brethren above the border. Until recent years hockey was largely Canada's sport, both professionally and amateur. But its rapid spread thruout the northern UniterJ States is making it almost as much an American game as a Canadian one, both in playing personnel anc the development of championship teams. * * * George Eurnsluuv now suys that ho curried tv brony.e medal of Benjamin Franklin around last summer and given credit to it for a lot of his success on tho mound. 3 TROTTERS LVVE GOOD RECORD CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 14.--One of IQ last games of the Harlem Globe- 'rotters in this section was sched- Icd for Clear Lake Saturday night t the community building. The earn has had an excellent record vith only two losses in more than t starts. The undefeated Royal Sarber five was signed with the Garble Rock independents. LARION MATMEN" EAT EAGLE GROVE EAGLE GROVE, Feb. 14.--Clarn defeated Eagle Grove on the mat ere Friday evening with a score of 7% to 32'/,. One nf the reasons why France as so little unemployment is that le keeps her people continually oc- ipled In the making and unmaking f cabinets.--Buffalo Courlcr-Ev- ross. ,., QNCE more, Connie Mack, easily ^J Identified as boss man of tho.so great, big. beautiful Philadelphia Athletics, is overheard speaking his annual piece: "I will not predict a pennant. We will have lot of tough opposition." Cautious as 08 years can make a man, Connie wouldn't predict rnin if the clouds were as thick as smoke at a sorority dinner. * v * Sunday hrtsebull in Philadelphia, may do much to prescrvn thn contour of tho National league ns a* present, constituted. * !r * DOWN AT HOT SPRINGS. ARK., S T E W A R D TURNER BROKE A LEG HITTING A GOLF BALL. HR IS NOW TRYING TO FIGURE OUT THE SHOT AT A HOSPITAL. * * f: Among the things members of the Chicago White Sox squad will not do during the training season will be driving automobiles. Manager Donie Bush placed ' n ban on automobiles, with the comment that he "hunted baseball players nil over Texas" last year on .lumps from the scene of one exhibition game to another. This year the boya will do their going and coming by rail. TTANLONTOWN BEATS HAYFIELD HANLONTOWN, Feb. 11.--Hanlontown defeated Hayficld 24 to 11 in a fast basketball game here Friday evening. Hanlontown .showed the best teamwork of any time this season. Elvesether was high man for Hanlontown while Gecldes WHS the chief scorer for Hayfield. DODGERS DOWNED 31-19 IN BARRAGE OF FAST GAGING Coach Grimsley's Five Takes Initial Encounter of Two-Day Trip* FORT DODGE, Feb. 14.--ThS Mason City Mohawks completed tho subjugation of the Dodger prep cagers with a second victory over the Fort Dodge school here Friday night. The final score was 31 to 19' T !«) Dodgers, way off the form exhibited at Mason City earlier in the season when they were defeated by the scant margin of two points, were hopelessly outclassed on their own court and were fairly subdued by the end of the first quarter, which ended 10 to 2 In favor of the Mohawks. Mohawks Pass Well. Mason City had superior height and gained the ball on the rebound from the bankboarcl a greater shara of the time at both goals. The cement city quintet passed much smoother and seldom missed short under basket shots. The economy of Suter, small, fleet; visiting forward, in his field shots and his contribution throws was mother big factor in the defeat o£ ?ort Dodge. Suter made most of his leld attempts good and failed only once in his seven chances to con-- vert free throws to points. Dndgors Strong in Second. Fort Dodge exhibited its greatest strength in the second and third quarters, outscoring Mason City in the former, but the effort was not sustained and the visitors kept a safe lead all of the way. Suter's running mate, Cordle, was second high scorer for the Cement city quintet with eight points. The defense work of Skipper Billman and Parrott was above average. Parrott was particularly adapt at retrieving the ball at the Dodger goal. MASON CITY--31 FG FT I'F Sutor, f 3 B 0 Corille, f 4 Q -^ Fallows, I !o 0 () Grclk, c 2 1 o Chuff in, c 2 0 0 Billiiian, g (c) 1 o 4 Stoecker, g o 0 0 l*urrott,.£ 0 0 It Whalon, g 0 0 0 TOTALS 12 1 0 FORT DODGE--19 FG FT PF Guild, f 3 0 O McCpvvn, t ..,,..,.,,..,...S 1 S Hood, c ··;,.. .0 0 :J Core, c 0 0 O Giigglsberjr, c 0 0 I) Gej-cr, g i 7. j Schmidt, K 3 1 4 Wiillccr, g ...o 0 O TOTALS . . . . . . . . . . . 8 S 11 BASKETBALL RESULTS COLLEGE Crcstnu Junior rtjlfoRn 3(1; Deft Mitne* Cnttv* Hi* Junior colIcKD 1-1. Cw\ 1:1; Ui-lolt 20. usfts Aggie* Hit; Town Btiito 21. 25; Cornell 12 (fnuhnien). Slain Trikcdniw 2fl; Ortnnr.1l 24 ffreftTirwii). "'jiifon City iliminr cntlrfco M', MurBlmlllorvri .1 mil or rijllcfin 30. Xircolu Junior cotk'ffn 28; lied Oak Jnnlnr illfjrn 27. Vrhstcr r;ity Junior cnllcgo U7: Enlhcrvllto Junior Cf»lIi'Ki 21. '[islrln^ton '·!!; fJrtniiell SG. "hurllnn Junior cnllcco 43; Knrlhruii 23. Vnnlilnfrton Junior college 40; All) I a Junlorf IIPR« 23. ·ill rlfl nit Junior cnllcxu -12; Knflc flrnvo Junior colloffn -7. SlrkKvnin 4(\: rnnn 24. Amlrns« 18: \\ntcrn Unlnn 15. Viuhlnrlmi rolleKft 4 f l ; Jolma llnnltlnn IT. 2S. 'niirunlln (Mnorhciicl. M i n n . ) 3fl; St. Olnf ^0. tniillny ^i; Ktirakn IB, MlmilH Wmlwan ^5: Mnnnmulli 21, illwiiulirn Triirlmn 40; rinUcvllln Tcnclt- crs 13. Vnrtlirrn HUnolH ToacIicrH rt4; Kniix 'iO. nllicrn IlUnoIn TmnclLcrn 27; McKcudrrR 37^ XQS i'lirl.-jllnn n n l v o m l l y !U; Taxns AK- litylur 3D; Unlvt-mJly of Arkunnan 27. imlnif imlvtirislly :J'i; Oilnrnilo rniicRC 23. loorlirixil Tenrliprn 31; Valley City (X. Dnk.) Trnch«m 20. 'niR -17; Hnly ('TIMS 21). Corth Iljikola nnlvcnilty 27; North Inltntn .Slate 2li. Miirmii TrnrliprH ^(i; ATniilaitn Tcnplirni in. " n Cfttdftn Slato Teachers Ji(; Hlver ^'nlls .Stntn TfardrrH ]«. Ulnol.s follcfio 21; Mlllllcrti 21. moic sricooT. on CUy 31; F«irt Duil^e 13. .rllnKlon 32; fr'nycttn 17. ~loone 20; O.skulnnsa I I . Ijirlniln 23; Thumuin in. rovuifu ;i2; Ctrand Junction W. i«iv!on 17; Afnrnlmllttttvn 11. "hnrllnn -in; Atlitn C. Mirutmm Lincoln «*oimril I H u f f s ) 31; TlionmJi .7e/f(TTur| (foiinrH B l u f f a ) J(J. t. .-\ni^nr *Jrt ; KriifrH If). ·tleltl 22; U'»sliItiR-(on IK. l.-dflftlJ 25; Perry 13, " rrst City 'JH; Ilrlninml 12. l:I(]ill 42: Rock Ki)IlclN 27. pirlt I.nlco I f i ; Knul (Slr.ux rity 11, «f reran n, S. Dnlf., 10; Trlnlly \K. rntrui (Slon« City) 11; J* Mnra 9. 'nrth DCS Molnrs 2 4 ; K n n l H. 'ttaxf-vrlt f l i c s Main?*} 30; Lincoln (Del MolnPH) 17. "ERTIIJE DEFEATS IASON CITY FIVE FERTILE, Feb. 14.--The Fertile ndians defeated the Diamond Bread tvc of Mason City here Friday cvc- ing with n score of 29 to 25. Os- r nld was the hot shot for Fertila ith 7 field goals and a free toss, hile Paulson, CosteMo nnd Lennnn, nch scored 3 field goals apiece foe lason City. ·KNTURA BEATS 'KYSTAL LAKE VENTURA, Feb. 14.--Ventura con from Crystal La] 0 '22-11 Fri- ay night at Ventura. Anderson and rell played best. Grcll was high oint man. Juhl was high man fop ry.slnl Lake. Mcscrvey firsts won rom the Ventura seconds 11-6, ,

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