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February 16, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

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MOHAWKS LOSE AT SIOUX CITY 30 TO 23 LITTLE MAROONS WIN CAGE CLASH IN FINAL PERIOD Central Defense Turns Back Winning Attack in Second ',. ; Tilt of Two-Day Trip. SIOUX CITY, Feb. 16:--In the most interesting game played on the Central floor this season, the Little Maroons defeated the Mason City basketball team, 30 to 23, Saturday night. The teams played bn almost even terms during the entire first three quarters but the Central team outplayed the visitors in the final stanza. f Mason City displayed a brilliant attack but the Central defense was able to hold it in check most of thu time. The first quarter found the Mason City team on the long end of the score by a one point margin. Central responded in the second stanza and was in the lead,.16 to 12, at the half. The end of the third quarter found the count 22 to 19 in favor of Central and the. final guc declared Central the winner 30 to 23. Baumsteln was the most valuable player in the Central lineup, scoring 13 points of the total. Cordle and Billinan were outstanding for Mason City. With this victory the Central total of victories numbers six, with also six losses chalked up against the team. MASON CITY--23 FG Suter, f 1 Cordle, f 3 Grelk, c 2 BUIrnan, g (c) .0 Parrott, g- 1 Chaff in, f 1 Fallows, c 0 FT S 1 0 0 1 1 1 TOTALS .8 CENTRAL--30 FG Malloy, f 2 Jepson, f 2 English, c ° Baumstein, g 6 Scott, g * ° Bathen, f l Newton, f ° Lassen, c 3 Bernard, g (c) j^- TOTALS 1* FT 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 PF 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 5 PF 3 Z 1 2 0 1 1 1 13 \ BOWLING MAHON CITY BOWIANG t-EAGHE Monday'! Schidnlc. · ^ ;p. v Tlemeni Otflce on alleys 5 ana 0 Falataff Pale vs. Joe Daniels' Service alleys 7 and 8 at 7:45. Team Stun din s» Up '" l»'c. P. W. Ij. 3 1. OaWand-Pontiac 45 33 12 . 2. Ideal Sand and Gravel company 45 H. Falslntf Palo 45 4. Deckers' lowanaa 45 5. champlln HetlninK company 7J r,. Mien Cafe *? 7. FaUtor Bakery *· S. Joe Daniels' Service ...45 9. Lyons' Cleaners 45 10. Fireside Fuel 45 11. N. W. St. P. Cement Plant 4S 12. Atlas Special 45 13. QIobe-Gazette « 14. S t u d e b t t k e r. Free Wneeler 45 15. international Harvester E-GAZETTE MASON CITY, IOWA, FEBRUARY 16 1931 DOUGHERTY CAGERS TAKE JOHAWKS 19 TO 15 Bakers Beat Bears 26-18 in Fast Tilt Rock Falls Five Loses After First Period Tie of 2-2 ROCK FALLS, Feb. 16--Thrt Diamond Bread basketball team of Mason City defeated the Rock Falls Bears at Rock Falls Saturday night in a fast game 26 to IS. ' The Bakers started the scoring with Lennan mak!ng*a difficult shot from the side. Harmon also got one for the Bears and the first quarter ended 2 to 2. The score at the half was 6 to 5 in favor of the Bakers who forged ahead from then on with Paulson making 5 field goals in succession to put the game on ice. Dorsey and Harmon led the scoring for the Bears. DIAMOND BKEAD--26 FG FT Paulson ...5 3 Grupp 0 2 Lennan 1 1 Loterbour 3 0 Isaacson 1 0 TOTALS 10 6 ROCK FALLS BEAKS--18 FG FT lloclson 0 Benner 1 Dorsey 3 Harmon 3 Fatka 0 Ryan 0 PF 2 0 H 1 0 6 PI' 1 ] 1 S 1 0 3 TOTALS Kefereo: Hemphill. MULLEN'S SHOTS RESPONSIBLE FOR ST. PATRICK WIN Initial Quarter Ends in Tie but Mason City Team Loses Out Later. DOUGHERTY, Feb. ie.--st. Patrick's academy of Dougherty downed the Mason · City Johaivks here Sunday evening- in a fast basketball game 19 to 15. Tne initial quarter ended with .1 2-2 score but the St. Pat team forged ahead for 10 to 9 count at the half time.. By the close of the third period, the Dougherty five was was leading 13 to 11. Mullen was high man for the evening with 4 field goals ana a single free toss. V. D'alan was runnerup for scoring honors with 2 field goals and a free throw. R. Campbell and' J. Kyan won even honors for third place with 2 field goals apiece. LAWLER DEFEATS ELM A 22 T017 LAWLER, Feb. 16.--The Lawler igh 'school drubbed out the Elma asketball team in a fast and rough ontest here with a 22-17 score, awler determined to.get even wita Ima after the defeat it received at lma, played fast ball. F. Fate, Elma's fast center, was alien from the game on four per- onals in the third quarter. Carrian, Lawler's forward, also had four ersonals. The score was close all thru th'j ame with Lawler always in tha DOUGHERTY--19 FG R. Cuinpbell, f 2 V. Dalnji, f 3 Mullen, c 4 Logan, g- 0 E. Campbell, g 0 II. Dalan, g 0 FT 0 1 1 I 0 0 3 for TF U I 0 0 1 28 17 26 J9 25 20 20 ,fi89 .66 .622 .822 .578 .558 .556 .511 .511 .459 .467 .414 10 26 .«2 company 45 IB. Purity Bakery 45 17. Hennanson B r o t h e r s Dairy 45 18. Real Silk Hosiery 45 19. Chapln O'Nell Coal ....45 20. N. W. St. P. Cement Oince 45 18 18 17 18 15 .400 .400 .378 .350 .333 It 41 .311 HlEh T«n Indlvtdnnl Bowlers, H.G. G.P. 1. BoDieake, S. J :-234 33 2. Wall, F. E 238 4fl 3. I-ee, Harry 203 30 4. Thorn. G 244 39 5. Bender. W. 2S7 33 C. Eauclalre, Babe 232 38 7. Bachman. C 242 45 · 8. Jacobs, R "4 42 9. Duncan. William 223 45 10. Ptisch, H. G 246 42 11. Walsh. George 241 39 A.V 18' 187 186 18! 18. 18 18 la 18 18 18 ROCKFORD BEATS RUDD 45-42 IN WHIRLWIND TILT Game Is Up and Down Affair Until Final Whistle; Hansen Is High. ROCKFORD, Feb. 16.--The Rock- ord high school Midgets defeated le Rudd high schoolteam 45-42 on he home floor Saturday night be- ore a large crowd.- 'The game was marked by fast passing and ac- urate shooting. The Rockford Midgets emerged vith the wining margin in the last ew minutes of the play. Rudd took the lead at the close of the first quarter 13 to 9 and at :he close of the half 26-22. The last jalf was faster than the first, with Rockford leading 32-30 at the close of the third quarter. The lead was exchanged during the final frame, with Rudd leading 37-40 with only a'few minutes to go. Rockford took a spurt and ran the count to 45, however, before Rudd could score. TOTALS . . 8 Substttions: H. Dolan Campbell. JOHAWKS--15 FG FT PF Mullan, f 0 ' 2 1 J Ryan, f 2 0 1 Meyers, f 1 2 0 L. Kyan, c 1 0 4 Hubbard, g 1 1 0 Wolfe, g 0 0 1 TOTALS 5 o 7 Substitions: 3. Ryun for Blullan, Mullan for J. Ryan, J. Ryan for Mullnn, Lynch for L. Ryan. "Week's Schedule. , Alley* 5 ana 0. Monday--N. W. at. P. Cement Plant N. W. St. P. Cement Plant orrico Tuesday--Hermonaon Brothers Dairy va Stunebaker Free Wheelers. -Wednesday--Flrealde Fuel vs. Atlas Spe clal. Thursday--Lyons' Cleaners vs. Oafclana PonUaai. Friday--'international Harvester compan V3. Alien Cafe. Alley* 7 and S. Monday--Falotaff Pale vs. Joe Danfel: · Serried. Tueaday--Faktor Bakery vs. Chamnlln Re fining company. Wednesday--Cliaptn O'Neil vs. Ideal San and G ravel company. Thur«day--Purity Bakery vs. Decker lowanas. Friday--Kcal Sill: Hosiery vs. Globe-On ette. Prize Winners. Glahc-Gnzctte -5! C. Snook 26 C. Snook P. E. Wall--Case ot Falitaff. MASON CITV WOMEN'S LEAGUE Monday's SehedoTe. D. K. Lundbers vs. Deckers' lowanas alleys 1 and 2 at 6 p. m. Standard Oil company -vs. First Nation bank on alleys 3 ana 4 at 6 p. m. XYnmen'fl Team Standing. P. W. T.. PC 1. D. K. Lundbcrc's .'..9 7 2 .7' 2. Decker's lowanas 0 8 3 .61 3. Standard Oil company . . . . D 4 5 .4' 4. First National bank 0 1 8 .1: High Ten Individuals. H.G. G.P. KOCRFORD--45 FG FT PF Batty, f 7 0 4 Magllton, f :.0 0 0 Calvin, f 1 3 1 Vletmieir, c 2 0 1 Mltchel, g 2 0 2 Steiiben, g (c) 2 1 0 Wilson, g 1 0 2 Totals ; 21 3 10 RUDD--12 Finch, f . . . . Hansen, f . Brandau, c Shanks, g . Wolf, g ... EH, g Methors, g FG FT PF ..2 1 1 ..7 S 3 ...6 1 1 0 0 0 MALLARD CAGERS TAKE PALO ALTO COUNTY TOURNEY Beat Emmetsburg in Final Game 23 to 19; Victors Forge Ahead in Third. EMMETSBURG, Feb. 16.--Com ing from behind a one point lead the Mallard high school boys' team dropped in, two baskets in the las! 40 seconds of play and defeated Em metsburg 23 to 19 to win for the second successive year the Palo Al to county basketball tournament here Saturday night. In the semi-finals Saturday after noon, Emmetsburg easily defeats Cylinder 56 to 8 and Mallard in hard fought game drubbed Wes Bend 34 to 16. The consolation game in the eve ning was won by West Bend from Cylinder 40 to 16. The evening final game saw Mai lard with a smooth easy workin team and Emmetsburg in tip to shape. Fouls robbed Emmetsbur of Cretzmeyer and G. Thacker earl in the game and gave the advantag to Mallard. The first quarter cnde with Erametsburg leading 5 to 3. At the half it was Emmetsbur 12, Mallard 11. The third quarter ended with Ma lard leading Emmetsburg 18-14, 1. Woisnak SOB 1. Wall i 187 3. Renner 156 4. Burke 141 5. Miller 140 6. McLaughlln 150 7. Glgax 130 8. Murray H« 9. Hogera 135 10. Krtckuon, H 114 11. Lewi H5 High for Week. Standard Oil company W«!l, high tingle 187 Wolinak, Mgh three.games 465 100 ion 303 102 08 03 It's a strange winter. Cold weather is reported down where the palm trees grow. Watch for stories that cocoanuts have been opened only to find them filled with ice cream.--Jackson Citizen Patriot.* Total 18 6 0 REACHHlTSPO! IN CERRO WORTH CONFERENCE TILT Plymouth, Fertile Paired in Championship Game of Season. FERTILE, Feb. 16.--The high spot of the season's card in the Cerro-Worth conference will be the Plymouth-Fertile battle at Fertile Tuesday evening. The conference Uaders have won eight games apiece and lost one. Fertile dropped it5 only game to Plymouth by a 3 point margin while Plymouth met defeat at the hands of Kensett by a 7 point margin. The height and experience of the Plymouth aggregation will probably counterbalance the advantajrp Fertile will have of playing on its own floor. Both teams report casualties at present but both expect a hectic champ battle Tuesday. Hanlontown moved up a notch in MALLARD-- 23 Kolnrch, f Mason, f Sohuller, f Truelson, c .... Gehrt, g Wcller, g FG . . . 4 , , . . 1 ."... 1 0 1 ...U FT 2 8 0 2 0 0 TOTALS 8 KMMETSBURG--13 FG Slater 5 U. Thicker 1 Krleger 0 Cretzmeyer 2 Wilhltc 0 McCnrty 0 1. Ttmokor 0 Boston 0 TOTALS 8 BEATS AKE 20-12. WODEN, Feb. 16.--The Rake In- ependent basketball team pla3'ed i'e local team here with the game osing 20 to 12 in favor of Woden. ALLISON TO HOLD IRLS' TOURNEY Opening Day of Girls' Meet Set for Feb. 27; Play to Continue Two Days. ALLISON^ Feb. 16.--Feb. 27 and 28 are the- dates set for the Butler county girls' basketball tournament to be held at Allison. Friday afternoon Aplington and Dumont will play and in the evening Shell Rock and New Hartford will play. A game is also scheduled between Parkersburg and Greene. Saturday afternoon Allison will play the winners of the first game. The final game and a consolation .game will be played Saturday evening. The referee will be Coach Starbuck o£ Grinnell. WEEK-END SPORTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tennis NEW YORK--Van Ryn turns back Shields, 6-2, 1-6, 2-6, 6-0, 6-1. in Heights casino tournament; . NEW YORK--Mrs. L. A. Harper placed at No. 1 points by United States Lawn Tennis association as Helen Wills Moody goes unranked; Doeg heads men's list. SAN ANTONIO, Texas--Bell and Allison reach final round of midwinter tournament. Winter Sports. LAKE PLACID, N. Y--Squad of 17 picked to train for Olympics after speed skating trials. TAHOE TAVERN, Cal.--Mrs. Thula Geelan wins third Tahoe-Sierra dog derby. LAKE PLACID--Ross Robinson, Toronto, captures North American speed skating title. CHARLES CITY 5 WINS AT GRESCO Clammer, Dugan Star in 20 to 15 Tilt; Polivka Is Cresco Ace. CRESCO, Feb. 16.--Charles City defeated Cresco by a score of 20 to 15 in a lively high school basketball game at Cresco Saturday night. Clammer and Dugan starred for Charles City while Polivka played best .for Cresco. Referee: Edie of Rudd. BOSTON--Keller' loses to Bullwinkle in, 1,000 yard event at Boston A. A. Games; Moore, Lermond, Edwards and Wells win other feathers. HAMPTON PIRATE FIVE DROPS TILT TO UNION GIANTS Final Drive Gives Traveling Team 34 to 19 Victory; Globe-Trotters Sign. In a fast game filled with thrills, the Gilkerson Union Giants beat the Pirates 34-19 with a great last quarter drive. The score does not indicate the play. The Pirates led their famed rivals at the first quarter 8-7. Jensen, the Pirate 6 foot 6 inch center was "hot." The second quarter also was even. The half score was 17-15 in favor of the Giants. In the third quarter, the Giant center, Hall, scored on three successive drives to the basket for 6 points before the Pirates retaliated. At the end of the third quarter the score was 23-19 for the Giants. By using- a stall and delayed offense, ' the Giants scored 11 points in the last quarter and held the Pirates scoreless. Hall, the Giant center, was the Gilkerson ace with 13 points. For the Pirates, Jack Orr, forward, and Jensen, center, scored the heaviest. The Pirates man to man defense cut down a lot of the Giants' scoring plays. Captain Starbuck of the- Pirates was unable to play but will be in the lineup when the Pirates meet the New York Harlem Globetrotters at Hampton Wednesday. FT 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 Kcferee: Martin, Spencer. Other "results: (First Round) Cylinder 16, Grattinger 12. Emmetsbtirg 20, Curlew 18. Mallard 24, Ayrshire G. West Bend 24, Rodman 20. SEMIFINAL ROUND EmmctHlHirg 5G, Cylinder 3. Milliard 34, West IlencI 16. FINAL KOUND Mallard 23, Emmctsburg 10. CONSOLATION FINAL Went Bend 40, Cylinder 16. PF 1 2 0 I 4 18 its Cerro-worth conference when it defeated the Grafton regulars by a count of 22 to 17. 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