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OLD GOLD DEFEATS WISCONSIN 19 TO 17 CYCLONES UPSET NEBRASKA 42-28 IN BIG SIX TILT Roadcap Scores 19 Points Against Husker Five in Fast Play. AMES, Feb. 17. (/P-- Flashing a sparkling defense that scored freely at the outset Iowa State college inflicted a 42 to 28 defeat upon Nebraska here last night. Roadcap, smart little Cyclone forward, scored 19 points, and in general turned in a showing", that did much to dynamite the Huskers' hopes for Big; Six supremacy. The defeat upset the Huskers' claims to co-leadership with Kansas. Excelling in every department, the Cyclones took the bit at the start, and were content to ease up only when the tally stood at 41 to 16, where, with three minutes left, the losers started a comeback that netted 12 points. Sharing honors with Roadcap was Dick Hawk and Thomson, soph forward, who added 14 points to the Iowa State total. Hokuf, guard, did the best for the Huskers, scoring eight points, and leading the defense. Missouri, the only other Big- Six quintet in action last night defeated Washington University, 28 to 13 in a non-conference engagement at Columbia. Summary: NEBRASKA (28) FG FT Fisher, S .......... ; . .1 1 ConUlin F, C ........ 0 0 Davcy, f ............ 3 3 JMacIsy, c ........... 2 1 Hokuf, g ............ 3 2 Koster, g ........... 1 f) Stipsky, g: .......... .0 l PF 3 Totals 10 s 9 IOWA STATE (42). Roadcnp, f 8 3 3 Thomson, f 7 o 2 Heitman, c '....3 0 1 Hawk, g I o o Riekc, g 0 3 3 Dills, K 0 0 1 Totals 18 0 9 Offlelai.s--North (Highland I'nrk) Referee, Hedges (Dartmouth) umpire. BASKETBALL RESULTS f By IJ1E ASSOCIATED PRESS rSbwu lil, Wisconsin 17. Iowa State 42, Nebraska 28. Luther 27, Iowa State Teachers 17. Parsons 26, Penn 25. Central 40, Iowa Wesleyan 24. Diamond Oilers, Tulsa, Okla., 31; Columbia college 16. Marquetto 28, Lawrence 24. Michigan 46, Michigan State Normal 8. Chicago 26, Ohio State 25. Missouri 28, Washington 13. Minnesota 30, Purdue 26. Illinois 35, Northwestern 28. TJ. of Detroit 27, Loyola of Chicago 19. WuuZcon SI, Cresoo 21. Kentucky 35, Georgia Tech 15. St. Cloud Touchers 88, Bemidji State Tca.-'jers 13. FIGHT RESULTS I By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS / PHILADELPHIA--Benny Bass, l ' junior lightweight champion, knocked out Bud Taylor, Terre Haute, Ind., ( 2 ) , non-title; Joey Goodman, Cleveland, stopped Gabby Bagdad, New York (6). MINNEAPOLIS--Ernie Schaaf, Boston, knocked out Dick Daniels, Minneapolis (11- CHICAGO--Joe Sharkey, Albion. Mich., stopped Chip Freeman, Buffalo, N. Y., ( 6 ) . BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- Davey Abad, St. Louis, outpointed Chico Cisneros, Little Rock, Ark., (10), newspaper consensus. MIAMI, Fla.--Mickey Genaro. New Haven, Conn., and Eddie Koppy, Detroit, draw (10). FORT DODGE--Glen Musselman, Fort Dodge, decisioned Ernie North, Waterloo ( 4 ) ; George Fritz, Fort Dodge, shaded Dick Haggerman, Waterloo, and Harry Bordyce, Emmetsburg, drew ( 4 ) ; Jimmy Salvador, Fort Dodge, technical knoclv out over Tommy West, Waterloo (1); Chuch Halligan, Waterloo, out- pointed Elmer Brown, Fort Dodge. DEMONS TO STAUT TRAINING IN MARCH DES MOINES, Feb. 17. UP)-E. L. Keyser, president of the Des Moines baseball club of the Western league, announced his team will train at Guthrie, Okla., this year. The Demons will gather at the training camp March 28 and 29, and remain there until the season opens April 30. Several exhibition games are planned, some of them with the Oklahoma City club. AMATEUR BOXING 32 ROUNDS WEDNESDAY, FEB. 18 S P. M., K. C. HALL Featuring Glen Doruy, Car] Kriegcr, Johnny Hincs, Slim Craychee and others Adm. 25c--Kveryone Welcome K. C. ATHLETIC CLUB BE-GAZETTE MASON CITY, IOWA, FEBRUARY 17 1931 PAIRINGS MADE FOR SEMI-PRO TOURNEY TOUGH JOB FACES BOSTON BOSS oitus FIRST EdreReo fives LEAUES "io Central Press Sports Cartoonist-Writer Plenty of baseball experience--as player and as manager--will be brot to the Boston Red Sox this season by John (Shano) Collins, new pilot ,of the lowly Bean Town band. Tho this is Collins' freshman year as a major league pilot he has had minor league managerial experience at Fittafield in the Eastern league and Des'Moines in the Western. Shano was at Pittsfield from 1924 until 1926 when that team disbanded and he transferred his activities to the western front. For Des Moines, Collins produced a pennant winner, a runner-up and a fourth-place club, which is a pretty good three-season career, especially considering the fact that when Shano came to the Demons they were in last place. In assuming the reins of the Red Sox, Collins tackles the toughest job in the majors, a problem that baffled even the talents of such a sterling pilot as Bill Carrigan, who gave up trying to bring the Red Hosed minions out of the major league morass several seasons ago. Yi Men Defeat Gildner Quintet by 30-26 Score Co an Beats Ray Conger for Record Defeats Iowa Star for First Loss in 12 Races By HERBKRT W. BARKER NEW YORK, Feb. 17. /7l--A new miler has come out of the University of Pennsylvania to run the fourth fastest eight furlongs in indoor track history and give Raj- Conger, former Iowa star now- running for the Illinois A. C, his first defeat at the distance since 1928. He is Car] A. S. Coan, a senior at Penn.^ and he picked the New Yor;t A. C. games in Madison Square Garden last night for the greatest triumph of his career. Newcomer In (Same. A comparative unknown, Coar. trailed the field in tlie Baxter mil^ as f i r s t George Bulhvinkle, College of the City of New York, and then Conger set a blistering pace. Ou the last lap, Coan, still fresh an-i strong-, raced up to Conger's shoulder, shot past and broke the tape in four minutes 13 seconds. Conger, staggering all over the track, was nipped at the finish line by Gene Venzke of New York. Conger previously had won 12 straight races and had not been beaten at the mile since Lloyd Hahn turned the trick in 182S. · Approaches World Murk. Coan's time was only a second behind the world's indoor record of 4:12 held jointly by Paavo Nurmi of Finland and Joie Ray of Chicago. The only other faster mile was u 4:12 2-5 performance by Halm. Coan's performance overshadowed another sensational victory by the crack Bates college half-milcr, Russell Chapman. Outfooting a field that included Seraphin Martin uf France, Phil Edwards of Canada and Dr. Paul Martin of Switzerland, Chapman broke the tape in 3:52 ·!- seconds in the Brefney half mile, the fastest furlongs ever run at the Garden and bettered only by Halm's world record of 1:51 2-5, Sera Martin was second and Edwards third and Paul Martin fifth. Canvas Company Defeats Hamilton Five By U to 13 WEDNESDAY'S SCHEDULE Coca. Cola vs. Junior college at 7:30. h Canvas Company vs. Y's Men at 8:30. Diamond Bread vs. Brownies lit fl:30. Two more top and bottom notch- ers played off games of the regular schedule of the city basketball league Monday evening when the Y's Men defeated the Gildner five 30 to 25 and the Canvas company downed Hamiltons 3-1 to 13. Without a great number of thrills, the two games were taken easily] The greatest surprise of the evening was the performance of the Hamilton five for the initial quarter when the quintet held the Canvas company for a 10 to 8 score for the period. Hard playing, with fresh opposition coming in at the half, was too much for the business team however, and the men slowed up d u r i n g the second half. Connelly was again the high point man of the evening with five field goals and four free throws. Loterbour was r u n n e r u p with five field goals and two free throws while Koll and Christiansen each sank five field goals. Y'S MEN-- SO Ffi FT PF Roberts, f Koll, f CJnuso, c. r.oforhoiir, g Sulliviin, g ..... 3 n 0 0 o 0 1 0 Totals H 2 3 ·Substitutions: Kvrnell for Gnuse, (innse lor Evr-uell. GILDNKRS--10 FG FT PF Jones, f 2 o 0 Helm, f n 0 0 Lynn, f 2 o 0 C'ordlc, c Mlckelsnn, Strong, g Totals 7 2 Substitutions: Lynn for Holm. CANVAS CO--34 F7 FT PF Hnhlmrcl, f 3 0 0 Connelly, f 5 .1 3 FSnlay.son, f 0 0 () Ohrlstianson, c fi (I i Port, K l o o N'nnce, p ] o o Totals 15 4 4 .Substitutions: Connelly for Huh- SWEA CITY AND HANLONTOWN TO START PLAYING Meet to Begin at 9 O'Clock Friday and Continue Thru Saturday. Pairings have been made for the semi-pro basketball tournament scheduled to be held at the Y. M. C. A. Friday and Saturday. Twenty teams from North Iowa have signed to play in the tournament and interest is Iceen among: the followers of this line 'of sport, especially in surrounding towns. The cream of basketball for the section will be seen here in the selection of a champion during the two-day playing time. PAIRINGS FOR F1UDAY First Round Swca City vs. Hanlontown at 9 o'clock. Fertile Indians vs. Grafton Eagles at 10 o'clock. Geneva Athletic club vs. Coca Cola at 11 o'clock. Thompson Couriers vs. Clear Lake Vagabonds at 1 o'clock. New Hampton, Hayfield Red Devils,'Diamond Bread, Osage Athletic club, Otranto Independents, Rock Falls Bears, Kanawha, Mitch- oil All-Stars, Rockford Independents, Mason City Canvas company, Charles City and St. Ansg'ar drew byes. Second Hound. New Hampton vs. winner o£ Swea City-Hani on town games at 2 o'clock. Hayfield vs. Diamond Bread at 3 o'clock. Osage vs. winner of Grafton-Fertile game at 4 o'clock. Otranto vs. Rock Falls at 6 o'clock. Kanawha vs. winner of Geneva- Coca Cola game at 7 o'clock. Mitchell vs. Rockford at 8 o'clock. .Canvas company vs. winner of Thompson-Clear Lake game at 0 o'clock. Charles City vs. St. Ansgar at 10 o'clock. Quarterfinals are scheduled for Saturday at 9, 30, 11 and 12 o'clock. The semifinals will be played Saturday afternoon at 2 and 3 o'clock. The final game is scheduled Saturday evening: at 8:30. A consolation game is scheduled to be played at 7:30. IS 27-17 Norsemen Flash With Quick Passing and Delayed Offense. CEDAR FALLS, Feb. 17. (,T--In a hard-fought basketball game herp. last night, Luther defeated Iowa State Teachers 27 to 17. The Tutors scored first, but Rib land and Halverson, Luther forwards, sank three field goals each, for a lead that was never overcome. The quick passes nnd delayed offense were temporarily eclipsed at tlie beginning of the second half, when the Teachers rallied to come within seven points of the Norsemen. At the half the count favored Luther 15 to 4. Halverson and Ritland led Luther's offense, while Captain Hcbe- richtcr starred for the Teachers. Summary: LOTHKK--27 FG FT PF K i t l a n d , f 3 Ansi:, f l Hnlverson, f 5 Kaiisu, c (c) I Irgcns, : () iiiilclorson, g o Belgum, p; () Shn/lanil, g a Hanson, g TOTALS STATE TEACHEKS--17 Cooper, f 1 i i Harper, f 1 o j Liimliert, f o 3 1 Meinves, f o o ( Haberiehter, c . . . . . . . . I 2 ) Seniimmel, g o I 3 Anderson, g I o () ° lRfi n, K 0 2 · TOTALS ~t ~!» ~^ Officials -- Carrulhers (Illrnois) referee. luinT, Finlayson for Ilcmlricksoti, Iliibhard for Christiansen, Finlnyson for Nimcc, Port for Nance, Ghris- tiannon for Nunce, Connelly, Hubbard for Christlanson. HAMILTONS Kollman, f Fcli.v, f Leith, o Malic, K ISlondln, g IS F« IT PF Tolals THREE IN A ROW -By PAP AtJO i^/ELC? COACfJ MAM.EO 4EAD THE- DID voo rlEAE. THE CWt ABOUT Falstaffs D e f e a t Daniels' Team in Two Games; Brakel Is High. Hermunson Bros. Dairy vs. Stmlobaker Free Wheelers on alleys 5 nncl (i at 7:45. Faktor Bakery vs. Chiimplin Itefining company on alleys 7 and 8 nt 7:45. The Northwestern States Portland Cement office team won t h r c j straight from the Cement plant, team Monday evening with a total of 279S. Falstaff Pale won two out of three from Joe Daniels' Service team. A. Brakel was high all around with 244 for a high single and 595 for a three game total. F. PirkI won the Palace theater tickets with 610. FALSTI'-F PALE Wal l 2ir 178 16!) 560 L. Wilcox Mn 207 ]2,H 479 D. Bushgen 138 1G7 174 479 M. Btishgeu 1-!4 1D7 208 .103 Axcll 170 184 200 554 Handicap in 19 19 r7 Totals 835 904 893 2632 JOE DANIELS; SERVICE Paulson }f( (3(i 373 ,-iCi-l Romey 154 mo 201 fiir Patton jag lf7 170 .105 Parks 120 117 161 401 Fodge 145 199 ij)9 5,13 Handicap 102 302 302 300 Totals 821 8 7 1 1 0 0 5 2 0 9 7 N. W .ST. I'. S c h t i t z AT. PirkI Bemis Lavello T. Johnson ... Handicap Totals N. W. ST. P. F. PirkI Hansen Leonard Humphrey Brakel Handicap Totals CKMEXT .172 181 .103 ISO .131 213 .132 108 .100 147 . 75 75 .833 054 CEMENT .200 187 .133 179 .147 1!2 .178 147 .162 244 . 73 73 .899 982 PLANT 150 503 173 516 177 fi21 183 483 149 450 75 215 907 2094 OFFICfC 181 574 171 483 160 465 134 459 18!) 595 73 219 914 2795 Oilers Beat Columbia. DUBUQUE, Feb. 17. W)--A defense that functioned as well as their offense gave the Diamond Oiler.s of Tul.sn, Oklrt., a 31 to I K basketball victory over Columbia college here last night. The Oilers took an early lend which was never threatened. The, losers scored one field goal in the first halt and five in the second. THERE is no doubt that an oc- 1 casional lay-off is good for a man's competitive game. One reason for Bobby Jones' amazing ability to go thru the season of 1930 w i n n i n g all of his major competitions, Ms matches in the Walker Cup, and several less important engagements, like the Southeastern open at Augusta and the London Golf Illustrated, was iu a great men-sure due to a complete lay-off during 1 the preceding months. * * M R E D ' G R A N G E WAS A GREAT FOOTBALL PLAYER BECAUSE THE FIELD OF VISION IN EACH OF HIS EYES WAS LARGE. * * * James D. Phclan, veteran of the baseball diamond, who played the game barehanded way back when grandfather was a y n u n g man, died at his home recently at the nge ot 7(j. A second baseman, he never wore a glove, asserting he couldn't handle the hall as well with one as wiLh his bare hands. He said he had never questioned an umpire's decision. * A: * THE 1931 WATERLOO BASEBALL TEAM HAS A NEW PRESIDENT, SECRETARY AND BUHI- f NESS MANAGER. SAM FRANK, RETIRED C L O T H I N G M E K- CHANT, IS ALL OF THEM. * t * M ANKATO Y. M. C. A.'s annual Southern Minnesota checker t o u r n a m e n t w i l l In: cnu- ducled Fell. 28. E n l r u n l s are expected frnrn Furlhimlt, F.aglB Lake, Maploton, Truman, Northfield, Rhie K a r t h , Klmore, Laid: Crystal,- Albert Lea mid Man- kulo. OIc. Vcum, F.lmorc, now holds tho Htlo anil the championship cup. V f ' . f : T [UNIVERSITY OF IOWA ranks u with five other leading universities in the number of track and field athletes placed on the National Collegiate athletic association's honor roll for 3S30. Edward Gordon, holder of the National Collegiate title in the broad j u m p ; L. D. Weldon, javelin thrower; George Baling-, high hurdler, and Henry F'. Canby, pole vaullcr; have been named among- the nation's best in their respective events. V * * IOWA STATE OOLLKGIO'S 1 wrestling victories over Syracuse, .Mechanics Institule 'and the Army ran its victories to !f against: 8 defeats in the last nlfflit yours. Of t h e K defeats, five, of them were iit tlie bunds of the, p o w e r f u l Oklahoma A. and M. miitmcn. ·* * * BIG ED WALSH'S BOY. ED JR., IS GOING TO THE MINORS. Standard Oil Wins Pair of Games From First National. The D. K. Lundherg team won two out of the three games from the Deckers lowaiias in Monday's howling in the Women's league a n i l the Standard Oil won two games from the First National bank. Hutchison of the Standard Oil rolled 189 for a high game total and Woisnalc of the Deckers Towanaa rolled a 450 total for three games. BECKERS' ICMVANAS Woismik 147 1-16 157 450 Potter (J7 5(1 53 .ISfi H. Erickson ..102 102 107 311 J. Doe 100 100 .100 300 M. F.rickson ..114 103 125 342 Handicap 75 75 75 225 Totals 605 592 017 1814 U. K. LUNDIJEKG'S Gigox 102 110 95 307 Miller lOfi 138 145 .183 Hatch 52 88 10(1 246 Lewis 70 83 99 252 Renner 12S 100 131 3(52 Handicap 85 85 85 255 Totals 543 004 604 1811 FIKST NATIONAL H A N K Rogers 132 US 87 337 D o u g h e r t y ... 75 78 )S 251 Hagenstein ...155 77 105 337 Mai.z 73 107 5S 218 ilcLaughlin ..101 V2 10-1 327 Handicap 114 114 114 3-12 IARITY THROWS HAWKEYES CLOSE VICTORY Williamson Tosses in Twoj Counters After Final Whistle to Win. IOWA. CITY, Feb. 17. (/P--Twri free throws that came after the final gun gave the University of Iowa a, 30 to 17 basketball victory over Wisconsin here last night. With the scored tied nt 17-all, Rebholz, Badger guard, committed an error, and gave Wiliamson, acting Hawkeye captain, his chance tri do a Frank Merriwell finish and win the tilt. Iowa gained an. early 5 to 3 lead, winch the visitors chaged to 6 to 5 after IS minutes had euapsed. Then the Badgers counted the only field baskets permitted them during the tilt--three--and at the recess enjoyed a 14 to 7 margin. The Hawlceyea came to the fore rapidly in the stfcond period, Williamson, Rogers, and Mowry com- . hiniug two varieties of scoring to set the score at 17-up with seven minutes to go. Until the final gun, neither team scored, and as tho finish was sounded, the fatal error occurred, giving Williamson his chance. Riegerl, Iowa guard, and Nelson and Poser, Wisconsin center and guard, starred. Summary: IOWA 1!)-- FG FT 1F Williamson, f I Z 3 Kotlnw, f 1 0 0 Mowry, f 2 3 · Rogers, c, I 3 ; UciRi-rt, K 0 I '£ K u i n l m r t , jr 0 0 ·! Epstein, g 0 0 O Totals 5 fl 12 WISCONSIN 17-- FG FT PF Stoen, f 1 2 I StiilnniRtz, f o 0 I Frio.s, c 0 I a Nulson, c. 0 -1 S I'osor, K 0 S I Hchholx, g 2 1 3 Totals S 11 I I . Officials--Frce/.lo (Wiilmsh) referee, TravncBlc (Armour Tech) umpire. MONROE 5. Junior High Leaders Take Easy Tilt by 22 to 3 Score. Roosevelt won an easy game from Monroe at Roosevelt Monday. The score was 22 to 3. The score at Uie half was D to 1 in favor of Roosevelt. Roosevelt has won all of its games in the league ROOSEVELT-- 23. FG FT PF Furrcr, (c), f ........ 4 o » Allen, f .............. o 2 n lot?;, f .............. -i o iurron, f ............. I o 5urr, c ........... , . , .2 1 o 'ennl, K ............. 0 0 o Wolnkc, K ............ 0 0 0 '(Hudson, g ........... o 1 o ,, 3 Totals n 4 Suhslitulos: Lot/rlnir, linrtinc "-WIIOK--8. i,- fi FT f F C a l i u l i t M , f o o j Moon, (·.), f o | j ~ ~ » n l H , c o 0 0 ilalliiiwny, g o o { TnUtls i j 5 S u h s f i l i i t c s j : '/uhrnbsky, Collcii, G n i f f K i i , Woldmne, Young, Weaver. DECKER'S LEAGUE For Wrek K n t l i n ^ Feb. M, Team Standing W. 5 Mechanical .......... n 4 Clerks .............. n u npt. Office ......... g 7 Sweet Pickle . .' ...... 8 7 Main Office Dry Cure Pel. .733 .BOO .ss:: .533 .·100 .300 flumes \\K. ..·15 180 . . 4 2 . .39 . .21 Totals 650 010 550 -STANIJAItn OIL Wall 112 122 130 Rau;ilt 10S 91 82 Diercks 93 87 91 FrcDburg 77 107 97 Hutchinson . . 9 9 1S9 119 Handicap 102 102 102 1832 3(M 279 271 281 407 306 Totals .589 698 021 1908 K. of C. Boxing Club to Stage Ring Show A n o t h e r amateur boxing show is scheduled by the K. C. Alheltic club for Wednesday evening. The promoters plan for a 32 round card at this show. The show is scheduled to begin at 8 o'clock and w i l l feature such men as Glenn Dorey, Can Kricgcr. Johnny Hincs. Slim Cray- choc. Kid Getta, Kid B u r n h a m , Tut Jackson, Kid Jocb, Kid Vermin, Young McGuire, Young Thomas. Leo Jones, Young Dumber and Young Crosby. T(,-n Aver: Names-Whitney (Alci-h.) Scmu (Main O f f . ) Hicks (Clerks) Kvcnson /Clerks) Coggins (Dry C u r e ) . . . . . 1 9 A*. K a u f m a n (Clerks) ... .415 Su-eosey ( M a i n O f f . ) . . . . 3 0 McConnel m. Cure) 30 C. J. K a t i f j n a n , Stipt. Of.. .30 Preshal ( A l e d i . t 35 Wrek's Schedule. Feb. 17--Main O f f i c e vs. Machine Shop at 7:45. Feb. 18--Dry Cure vs. Clerks at 7:45. Feb. 10--Supt. Office vs. Sweet Pickle at 7:45. 173 IS!) 102 1(52 15!) 15f ir7 755 155 OSAGK INDEPENDENTS DOWN MITCHKLL FIVK MITCHELL, Feb. 17.--The Oange i n d e p e n d e n t s t r i u m p h e d over tne .Mitchell All Stan* here last night by a score of 2-1 to 22. Earl Miller, Grafton, was referee. SWEA crry LOSKS TO GIANTS SWEA CITY, Feb. 17.--The Swea City Cardinals, local semi-pro bask e t h u l l team, played the Gilkcraon Union Giants at Ceylon, Minn., and were defeated by the close score- ot 3lj to 32. Thi.H ia the second time that tho. Giant five, has defeated the locals.

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