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t_ \\ MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 21 « 1937 ELEVEN MASON CITY TO TEST DODGER GRAPPLERS OUT of the PRESSBOX By Al Mitchell HERE'S A RUMOR . . . YOU TAKE A GUESS . The University of Iowa athletic board has maintained a strict silence . . . but the report persists that it has^recommended the appointment of E. G; "Dad" Schroeder as athletic director. ' Reports say that the board recommended Sclvroeder to succeec Ossie Solem following an eighl hour session Monday night. The announcement o£ his appointment is expected at a meeting Sunday, a f t e r President Gilmofc has approved the recommendation. « f f ; ? At present the Hawkeye athletic board plans include the following developments . . . rumor hath it: 1. A minority bloc argued and voted against Schroeder's appointment in Monday's meeting but yielded by a close vote. 2 Gus Dorais, Detroit university coach, is the favorite to succeed Solem as football mentor. His appointment will probably not be announced at the next meeting. 3. "The board will probably announce the selection ol a successor to Bill Boollcr, director of freshman athletics, at its next meeting. (Boalter will accompany Solem to Syracuse.) 4. Glen Devine, former star Iowa OjlfbacU and Parsons college coach, is the likely choice to succeed Boclter. a ff * It is said that Schi'ocder . who tor the past 30 years h;\b been a member of the physical education start . . . will direct the department of physical education and intercollegiate athletics. Schroeder directed the school's intramural spoils program for many years. . . J * * * ' WHEN THE OTHER GUY HAS THE BALL, STICK Clair Bee, Long Island university basketball coach,, is one man who does not hold the newest is always the best. He goes back to the first olfi- RUMELIOTE SET TO RETURN FOR FRIDAY BATTLES Conference Lead at Stake, Mohawks at Peak for Hardest Match. PROBABLE MATCHES . M A S O N CITV B A I t K K K Decker \ V g t . 1'OIIT UOI1GL .Coach COOi'tH .. .sr Tho Mull Kiiln ll.v t:nn Ktr. I", lU-y S l i o n T I J I E : S o ' c l o c k . I ' l t l l l A V i i i s h l PL'ACT:: M a s o n Cily H i g h Schnnl ]|i:i'i:itEE: B. L. W o o d c o c k , K l d o r p STAM1.S'S W. L. I'd. Fort UnilrB (l Uin MASON CITV I ll l - n u l Waterloo West " I .nul Waterloo East » ~ -UU 1 K1DAV MATCHES Fort lluclsc at MASON CITV « Iowa Training Scliool al liasl I l i s l " School for Illinil al West I l i K h RESULTS LAST WEEK Fort Dodge a!t; Waterloo. West it Back on Squad E-GAZETTE Cleaners Win First Round in City League ( U t I M S I . K Y Cockman F l e t c h e r M c l i e t i z y . Tl.ML': K . cial rules for system which the basis of the DIV _ _._ has carried his court teams to victory in all but 12 of their 121 games since he came to the New York, institution in 1931. boasted 43 until beaten His current five .straight victories . by Stanford's zone defense . and has won 49 of its last 50 games. While not opposing tiie zone de- ^nse . . . which features set blocks, fast breaks and following the ball rather than the man . . . Bee's team stresses u man-for- man defense. As an argument for his style of play, he refers lo Ihe first official rules, published in 1894 and edited by Dr. James W ( Naismilh, originator ot the gams at Springfield college. "When the opponents have the ball, stick lo your man like glue," the rules said. "Cover him so effectively that the ball cannot by any manner or means be passed into his hands. Follow him anywhere." However, explains the affable Bee, "don't misunderstand me, because I probably would use the zone defense with its blocks if I found that I could get better results." "Bui," he adds, "Ihe boys that come to me are trained to cut, dribble, 'stick to your man like glue' and shoot. 1 think it produces a better brand of basketball. If officials in the cast were a little more lenient in their de£- , inition of the block, f probably would teach the zone defense to i some extent." Bee pointed out t h a t Stanford beat the Blackbirds because the Indians had the height lo make i the zone defense work. Fighting it out for the top posi- MASON CITV lion of the Big Four conference, "~ M a s o n City's Mohawks will match their holds with Fort Dodge Friday night in the top wrestling meet of the local season. The Dodgers will weigh in at 7 o'clock at the high school gymnasium, and the festivities will begin at 8 o'clock. , Happiest news to greet the ears of Mason City mat fans this week was the glad tidings that Tom Ku- meliotc, 155 pound veteran and state championship performer of last season, had been ruled eligible by the state high school athletic board, and would compete I against the Dodgers Friday night. Mohawks at Tc;ik. The pepped-up Mohawks, fired by ambition to lead their section o£ the Big Four league, and the return of the hard-to-handle veteran, are at their peak for the Fort Dodge match. "We'll at least get a sandwich while they get a 'dinner," said Coach Howard Barker Thursday, "and if they're a little bit too confident, the boys are all set for 'em."' The Dodgers polished off one conference opponent, Waterloo West, lost week. They walloped the Wahawks, 39 to 5, and Elmer Dcike, 85 pounder, was the only Old Rose grappler^-tq -score for Waterloo. He "tossed Paul Thorson in the first match of the evening. Nearly Same Eiige. Waterloo East fell to Fort Dodge in an earlier match, 32'A to 7'/j, and that margin compares pretty favorably with the Mason City edge over East high. The Mohawks won 32 to 6. Ken Kuttlcr of East high was loo strong .for both Floyd Johnson of Mason City and Thorson of Fort Dodge in the previous matches. Irvin Krcssley o£ East high also proved too good for Cecil Molt of Mason City and Gaylord Bales of Fort Dodge in the 105 pound class . Orin Thompson, who has state TOM KUMK1..IOTE Mohawks Set Out to Scrap Demon Cagers Mason City High Plays in Two Foreign Courls on Southeast Journey. ~ rUOBABLE LINEUPS 7 . C , r; rk, n i l D A Y . D A V E N I ' O l l T M O O N S i c f f e l I.ucicr drill! n championship aspirations himself, will face a titleholdcr in Louis Muhl, Dodger 125 pounder, who was held to a draw by Einar Lindholm of East high--after Thompson had dccisioncd Lindholm. Score Same Time. Orlando, Mason City J35 pounder, tossed Paul G r i f f i t h of East high in 4:30--and Bill Kuhn, district champion of a year ago, rolled the same opponent in 4:22. Perhaps Fort Dodge will have a bit more strength in the heavy end of the weights. The husky Dodgers, including Phil Strom, all-state footballer and champion weight thrower, and Eon Tcpfcr, who will be Kumeliote's opponent, earned swifter decisions and falls over East's contestants than did Mason City's big boys. Diz Dean Says Those Other Guys Can Take Look at Some Golfing ^^ LONOHQnN DEAL SARASOTA, Fla., (IP)--Dizzy Dean avowed Thursday he would "show them guys what golfing is" --meaning the other 32 baseball stars who sought the National Baseball Players Golf championship. With becoming modesty Dizzy said that next lo himself he thought Lloyd Brown had the best chance to win the tournament. He hacked his belief by paying S80 for the Cleveland pitcher's chance in the players' poo!. Wesley Fcrrell, hurler Eor She i Boston lied Sox. is defending the j 1 Vowel Croslcy trophy. Eighteen \ holes will be played daily, wilh I finals on Sunday. Methodist Hoopers Take Loop Cage Mix INDIANOLA, (IP)--Simpson college defeated the Penrf cagers 54 i to 29 in an Iowa conference game ] here Wednesday night. Tom Shar\ pies, Simpson forward, scored 15 ·' points as the Methodists took an early lead and widened the margin Dana X. Bible Wants More · Money Than Highest of Faculty Members. AUSTIN, Tc.x., (/?)--A protracted secret consultation be- I Avcen Dana X. Bible, Nebraska ! football conch, and University o f : Texas officials led m a n y lo believe Thursday the veteran mcnlor would be the Longhorn conch next year. H. II. Wcincrt of Scgui'ii, chairman of the board of regents' athletic committee, promised a statement which may shed light on the situation. The major obstacle blocking Bible's installation still is believed to be President H. Y. Benedict's known objection to a coach's salary higher than his own of §8,000 or the highest paid professors' of $5,000 a year. Bible was reported to have, asked $15,000 with an ample amount for assistants plus a contract of from five to 10 years. I'LACC: G e o r g e tldxvard Marshall g y m , U n v c n l H i r t . Mason. City's Mohawks will take the trail again Friday morning to meet a couple of tough assignments -- gelling into Davenport in time lo oppose the Blue Devils in a game that same night, and pulling out for Muscatine on Saturday, where they will battle the Muskics in another return contest. The Blue Devils, who defeated the Mohawks 25 to l(i in a game at Mason City earlier this season, will be looking for a victory in the worst way -- not only to further avenge the whipping Mason City gave them in a state tournament semifinal two seasons ago (they've never let the Mohawks beat them since), but to help out their season's record, which has been rough and rocky since they played here. The Devils lost to Waterloo West, Moline and Rock Island in rapid order after leaving Mason City, and has since dropped a contest to Iowa City, after beating the Little Hawks in an early game. HEAVY SCHEDULE SET FOR NORTH IOWA TEAMS There's a heavy Friday program set for North Iowa's athletes this week-end. According to a glance at Ihe schedule book, nearly every high school will be in action, now that semester exams are over. The schedule, which is for Friday night unless otherwise noted, includes Ihcsc Hems: BASKETBALL . l u n l o r Cnllrisr, I I I A S O X C I T Y at L u l l i c r ( K e s c r v c s ) ( S a l , ) . i:llswortli at Marsliallfmvn. K m n t c l s h u r g nl Tort Dollar. K s l l i c r v i l l c nt K a j l c Grove. l l n o n e at Wclislcr C i t y . U c t h c l nt W a l d o r f . H i g h S c h o u l MASON' CITY nl Davenport. M A S O N CITV at M l l s r a l i l i r (Sat.). r { i : i ! n l | i h l M U i n ( t ' r o l i v i n ) at ST. SKI'H'S ( S u n . ) . Clear l.nke at G a r n e r (XI). C l i n t o n al W a t e r l o o West. A n s t i n , I M i t i u . , at Albert Lea, Minn., ( H i s E i g h t ) . St. Ansgar at C h a r l e s Cit)-. (Jcdar l-'alls nl Waterloo l?ast. Waterloo L'ast at I)ulHK|ue S a t . ) . I l L i i n b n l r i t a t Webster C i t y I N C ) . liaclc G r o v e at Alcmia (NO. A l H s o n a t A n l m g t n n ( H O . T h n m n s n n at Arm^tronfr. St. .Tohn's t n a n c r n l l ) al SI. C e c e l i a ' s ( A E g o n a ). Hcinlicck a l A c k l e y . i\le*;ervev at Alexander. O r c l i a n i a t A l i a V l s l a I V V C ) . lleiiH-Iek a l U n i t e [ H V . G n l i l f i e l i l a l L i v e r m n r r ( I 1 V ) . I . u v c r n c at Coru'ith ( I I V ) . n r i t l a l lichnnnil I N I ) . N'ortluvnoil n l H t i l f a l o Center ( N l ) . Grant t o w n s h i p al Hurt. C'larksvllle at Shell Ktick (no. Cresco at F o s t v i l l e . H a m p t o n at Clarion (NO. Farkcrshurc a t D u n i o n t ( P C ) . DOM-S at Iowa P-alls. Oelweln al Decorah ( N E D . Tracr al Elilora ( 1 C ) . H a m p t o n at Kldorn ( r i r l s ) . Knimetshurff al Cncrokcr L a k e a ) . C y l i n d e r at Fclllon. Fertile al Kcnsett. Frcilerlcksbnrff at F r e d e r i k a . G o o i l e l l nt l l a y f i e l d ( S K ) . I l a n s e l l al Wcllsbnrc. M a n l y al I l a n l o n t n w n . Crystal I,ake at Kanawha ( S K ) . Klemmr al Woden (SE). S e a r v i l l e al Kie.sler. M i n n . T.ake M i l l s al Forest City X I . I.Tme S n r i i l K S al I.eRoy. M i n n . S h e l d o n a l F . s t h e r v i l l r ( L a k e s ) . LaHmrr al H o w a n ( T l i n r . ) . M i t c h e l l a t Oiranto ( M C ) . l . l t l T e Cedar at M e l n l i r e . Warcrlj- at Xirn- Idrnnlrtli IXKlt. Nashua al n^Ke (NTI). I V o o t s l o c k at Popejoy. P l y m o u t h at n o e k f n r d (Till. W a n k o . i at P o s t v l l l e . n i c e v l l l n a l F l m a . T i l o n k i i at liaVe. n o e k Falls al Nnra S n r i r i o . .V.irMr rirtfk *l fltrfM ( T H . O s s i n r i a l R l [ l r . n v a y , S h r H l r l l l a t G e n e v a . STEELE SET PUT UP GO PAST CHAMPION j Western Champ Will Slap Title at Former Top Lad of Middles. By LESLIE AVERY United Tress Slaff Correspondent NEW YORK, ( U P ) -- F r e d d i e Steele of Tacoma, fighting champion of the middleweights, signed Thursday to defend his title Feb. 29 ill Madison Square Garden against a former Utleholder, Babe Risko, Syracuse's sailor slugger. Steele chose to make his eastern debut in a title bout against the man from whom he won the championship in Seattle July 11. Contracts were signed at New York boxing commission headquarters. The westerner, scorning the practice of other division champions who would rather engage in over-weight, non-title bouls, prefers to wear his crown evcrytime he enters the ring. And, lie has two good reasons. Gets More Money. First* he is able to demand more money. Second, he knows he is going into a figixt with a man his own weight. A natural middleweight, Slcclo believes danger lurks in a battle with any man 1C pounds heavier than lie. Because he is willing lo pul his title on the line any day in the week, Steele has inspired more activity in the division than in years. 1C he is as good as his western critics say, he probably will become one of Ihe ring's biggest money makers. His finely carved features sug- Mason City Hunters Bag Fox While North Iowa limitim: pin-lies liavcn'l been having 1 any Ion much luck bagging fox Oils winter, Charles Snipns, at Icl'l, and Ale.x JMciir.s, at right, brought'back Ihcsc llircc Fox from an afternoon hunting trip near Ilock Falls. (Lock riiotd, Kayenay Engraving) gest a matinee idol rather than a fighter, but he is hard, two-fisted Wolves Leave Kipke, Turn on Veteran Director, Yost porls Editor's Paragraph George Brown Bars Star of Valley Squad Orders AH Contests From Jan. 4, 1936, Forfeit to Opposing Highs, DES MO1NES, (fl 1 )--George A. Brown, secretary of the Iowa High School Athletic association barred Valley Junction high school from 1937 tournament competition Thursday after ruling Morris Ackerman, star football quarterback, ineligible. Brown said the high school athletic board oC control had found that Brown reached the prescribed age limit of 20 years Jan. 4, 1936. ·His ruling will prevent Valley Junction from entering basketball, wrestling, tennis, track, and golf tournaments during the current year. It also orders all football contests in which Ackerman appeared since Jan. 4, 1930, forfeited. Forfeiture of last season's football games automatically gives Wintered high school Ihe south central conference championship. Winlcrsct officials questioned | Ackermau's eligibility last fall. Brown said that Ackcrman's birth certificate hud been lost, and that Vnllcy Junction school officials held the star quarterback eligible after accepting an afli- .iivil by his guardian t h a t the Uhlelc was born in 1917. Supt. H. W. Fearing o£ Valley unction said the Polk county dis- rict court would be asked to rule on Ackcrman's age. BEAT BAKERS IN FINAL SCRAP OF SPLIT SCHEDULE Lead All the Way in Rough Contest'; Corn Country in Third Notch, Halfway Champs COMMERCIAL LEAGUE 1 1 A S K K T 1 I A L L S T A N D I N G S O'ir.l Itounil 1'tliaU) W. 1.. s n a i l mill S w i l l .'. II uimcl llrcuil I I c o u n t r y :E ·' J ' a l i s l I l c c k c r ' H a m i l t o I I .nun .tin! W T . D N K S I I A Y 1 I 1 A . M I L T O . V S -- I X It II. till 0 II I I l l a n f i i r l h f ilcr I STICKS swinger, and his critics say, If he can wade SO- great boxer, through the eastern crop o£ middleweights, his ambition is to fight Jimmy McLarnin, former welterweight champion. Will Drop Poundage. Steele is said to be agrecublo to training down to 154 pounds with his middleweight title at stake. There is no doubt about it being a great match. The customers would pay plenty to see McLarnin get in the ring against u bigger man after his intensive campaign in the lightweight division. Steele also would welcome a chance to take a trip to Europe and fight Marcel Thil, the Frenchman recognized by the International Boxing union. It may not be necessary, however, because Thil is to fight Lou Brouillard this spring, and Lou may bring his claims to the title back to this country. Winners Take Three Games Each in Women's Keg League Contests. Florirnel Beauty Shop and Diamond Bread each won three games, defeating p. K. Lundberg and Cocoa Cola, in the women'* bowling league Wednesday night NEAR-PERFECT Fred Wall, long one of Iowa's lopnotch bowlers, started a game with 10 strikes in a row on No. 5 ot Stoddard's alleys Wednesday but left the two and four pins standing on his eleventh delivery to finish with a score of 288. This is the highest single game bowled on the local alleys since Al Moe's perfect 300 score early in the fall of 1935. with the Bakercttes taking tin honors as they rolled a high to tal ot 1,812 pins. Lyons took thrci games by default. Vivian Mick's 515 series am 179 high single were the bcs individual marks. Iowa Slate Fades Before Missouri Final Spurt in Cage Contest. COLUMBIA, Mo., (/P) -- Iowa State's 12-point first l i a l E lead faded before a second half Missouri scoring rally as the Tigers downed the Cyclone team 39 to 37, in a Big Six basketball game Wednesday night. Leading 26 to 14 at half time, Iowa State failed to control the ball or maintain a defense in the second period. With less than five minutes to play, Bredehoelt sank a field basket and two free throws, reducing Iowa State's lead to six points. The Tigers tied the count at 37 points. Brown, Tiger center, tipped in a one-hand shot in the last m i n u t e for the victory. Flemming, Cyclone forward, was high scorer with 15 points. . K. i.uxtnu:iu: I'laycrs-- W n i s i i i i k . . . l l a n t h r r S l c p l i n n Tolal Plus SIS ."'HI '"·' r i . O K l M K L H E A t / T V S H O P T O T A L 0 I 1| TOTALS r i u i i i l i n ? score by q n a r l c r s : 1'AIIST I i I I H A M I L T O N ' S I II rrer lhro\V5 fi.vscil: P.iliil I; Ion's K. ft It l i t ^ II I :t ii n :! ll I I II I 10 I X nil- Enough to Turn Tide in Michigan Howling. By EDDIE BK1ETZ NEW YORK, (/I 1 )--Harry Kipke s temporarily off the spot at Michigan, but Ihe fight's not ovei By a strange and sudden reversal of public opinion, Ihe .Volvos are now howling al Ficld- ug Yost . . . In the middle ol the hullabaloo lo replace Kipke, II. G Salsinger, sports columnist o£ th Detroit News, wrote: "Kipke may have been head coach in publi theory, but never in fact. Yost remained in supreme command. He selected Ktpke's assistants and ruled line style of play" . . . Immediately sentiment dinngcrli. . . Kiiikc was signed for another year, and alumni screamed al Yost lo keep hands off. DON'T LET ANYONE TELL YOU IT'S FAKED Don't let anybody loll yon that Vines-Perry series is just an act . . . They both like to win loo well . . . The golf wanderers are complaining that Ralph Guldahl is playing much too slowly . . . The PATRICKS LOSE coiix c'TiiY.-- ·:? IIHICKUTS-- -jii r K u )[[ f i i h i i s n n f .~ I '^Sncll f h u r t l e f J 0 H S I f m u f \ m l c r s m i c :i ^ l]C:irr»H r i R R c l l o ii ::|i,iiicicum n p i n DiN'cKrui c m i l l c II ^ l | I l n u i i u £ I l l t i n l l c | W o l f c jr TOTALS 1 1 ^ t| TOTALS It n u n hip sen re l i y quarters: COILS' C O U N T R Y ...... S W M K C K t i l l ' S ............. I 1 Frcr t h r o w * missed: C o r n Co D e c k e r ' s il. Holy Family Uncovers Pail 'of High-Scoring Subs to Win, 43-25. I) Ik 1. L tt I W i n n i n g Again M A R S H A L ! , SWIL'T---U Ilroinvcr f S n l e r I C o n n e l l y c Cordlc f 11 l i n k s f M a r t i n c Rip R a d c l i f f s Enid, Okla. . moved to Clark G r i f f i t h , H O L Y F A J 1 I I . V -- 1ST. TATS -M A S O N CITY--13 t I I O U i S I i r . K T V -- f . 1 If II I.[| If f! 1 1.11,1 t ~. a ( l l G r a r y f I " ' filVill Mnr|) II II | 1 I 1 A . M O N 1 I nitCAU--iS rc « l'i Iff II (if I 1 Ullcvlic.icr f I -1 :( .1 -i H j l l u m p l i r y e f n i l n II [[Hoyer I n 2 -I ." 1 I l l l a v h f I) II II ·i II ailSurns s n n l!l)cl.acy (Lane f T O T A L S \ \r,\ urn by TOTAI.S I "I'll ' n :i 1 K 1,1 I I Senatoi's' chief, has declared war on Catcher Shanty Hogan . . . "Griff" has issued orders that Hogan w i l l cither report In spring t r a i n i n g weighing less than 225 pounds or pay hi.s o\vn training expenses u n t i l he gets down to 22S. A c l l i i l l P i n s H a n d i c a p Tolal Tins Tlayers-- Hick HID 1:11; 1 1 1 n:n mi :i:i» I in :iS7 tir, MR :(78 ·11:1 :,H!I Cll^ l i l X I Ice Hockey lllth School Fort D o d j c al MASON' Four,. C h e r o k e e al Kaele Grove. Xevr Hamr-lou al Crrsen. Hurt al O*aire (Sat.). Aniinr.VIATIONS: N l . North I o w a c o n f e r e n c e ; XC, North C e n t r a l : nC, Sutler County; \VC. IVapsic-Ceiiar: 111', F.nnnr V a l l e y ; NF.l. Northeast Iowa; SE, Seven Hacks: MC. M i t e h e l l County, Class R; Tit, Twin River. I N T K H N A T I O N . M . I . F . A C U K r i l l s h u r i r h 1; P r o v l d e n r e 1. P h i l a d e l p h i a . 3, C l e v e l a n d 1, Augs Check Rally to Win in Ambrose Test DAVENPORT, f/P)--Augustana checked a last half St. Ambrose rally lo defeat the Iowa conference basketball leaders 30 to 24. before 2,1 (1(1 fans here Wednesday night. St. Ambrose led only once d u r i n g tl\e game, r e t u r n i n g in the second halt to take a 16 to 15 edge. West Union Has Top Rung of Standing as Chicks Lose in Game WEST UNION--West Union's basketball team took the undisputed lead in northeast Iowa con- fence Tuesday night, defeating New Hampton, hitherto undefeated this season and last year's champions, 22 to 20, in the fastest and hardest fought game of the year. Both teams played defensively. Gerald and Harry Carney starred for New Hampton. West Union has won all four conference games played and 10 out of 11 games this season. Every member of the squad scored in the contest. S t u h h s H e r r m a n n llor Hoc 111!! ion :inn IIMI linn H a n d i c a p . . . ToUl Pills I,IK ;\ ·Jnrt :ird I'Jtl IIW inn inn inf. iiTM In.' Ill mi .i-" rri .vi iis rnn 1 1 K C K E H S IOWAX WINS CORAL GABLES. Fla., f/P)-- H. C. Jensen of Ceclar Rapids, Town, scored an upset in the Miami Billmorc a m n l c u r golf lour- namenl here by e l i m i n a t i n g lialpli Stewart of Miami, medalist, ·! and 3. Decorah High Takes Cresco Court Scrap DECORAH--The local basket eers defeated the Cresco team lo 8 in a home game Tuesday eve ning. Eddie Omclahl and Philli Bcrnatz led the Decorah attac with 14 and 12 points. Decora!) began In .substitute the second quarter. Only one frc throw wns made in the cnlii name. Cresco was held scorclc; for 15 minutes ot-lhc lasl half. I t O S K V O N I Y O N K O HOLD HIS POST Hal Trosky will be the only oldover playing his regular spot i the Indians' first siring infield us spring Manager Steve 'Neil is going to try Roy Hughes t t h i r d and move "Bad News" ale from third to second . . . yn Lary, of course, will be in Knickerbocker's slol at short . . . eorge Halas of Ihe Chicago foot- all Bears is angling for Nelli Fal- schi, Ihe 212-pound Santa Clara uarterback . . . you might as well ave the f u l l name: It's Robert Villiam Andrew Feller . . . and oy, that's worth plenty in tlio T O T A L S l!l n H| T O T A L S I i I X Score by r i n i i r t c r s : uoi.v FAJHI.V II -'^ :« -la ST. P A T I C I C K ' S « 1'J '« :;r DOUGHERTY--With two regulars on the sick list, Holy Family of Mason Cily uncovered a pair of high scoring forwards in Pat Laughlin and Paris DcGrcgorio lo whip St. Patrick's cagers 43 to 25 Wednesday night. Laughlin and DeGrcgorio, starting as regulars for the first time, teamed up to contribute 27 points lo the lotnl score. The game was hard f o u g h t with St. Pat's taking n n early lead bul before the first quarter was ended the Norlhsidcrs 1 offense began clicking and they were on the road lo victory. L a u g h l i n and DcGrcgorio, set the pace but liic entire leain joined in the scoring, only one man f a i l i n g to tally. Shooling of Geary and Dolan kept Dougherty's representatives in the game I h r o u g h out. ight spot the state of New crsey has taken pity on the poor untcr . . . the fish and game com- lission has issued a map telling xactly w h a t can he found and vhcre. ?UI) FOSTKIl H A D AN EAKI.Y KYE TO FAiUK U n t i l Harnld "Bud" Foster be- inic a star a t h l e t e and subsc- j n c n t l y Wisconsin's basketball coach. h i K greatest claim lo fame vas that lie was about t h e biggest baby ever born in Kansas . . . he weighed I3 : ;.'i pounds and if you don't believe it, ran down to New,on, Kans., some day and ask the natives . . . Sam Parks, one of the nicest guys who ever missed a putt, has taken some unmerciful criticism since he won the 1935 Algona Academy Wins SeventhiGame in Card ALGONA -- St. Cecilia's academy handed Sacred Heart of Pocahontas two defeats Tuesday night at Algona, earning its seventh consecutive win. Algonn won 24 to 22 in a thrilling game. Barry starred tor Algona wilh 10 points and Svcdja had nine points for Pocahonlas. The second game, 1!) to 7, was a walkaway for Algona w i t h Nelson scoring seven points. Bancroft plays here Friclny night. national open but the worst crack of all came the other day from a coast scribe who accused Sam of getting married so that he'd have somebody to watch him play in the tournaments. Woden Loses as Four Leave Game on Fouls TITONKA -- Woden, p l a y i n g with (our men during the last few minutes of play, lost to Titonka 27 to 2n Tuesday night and the seconds also lost a decision to the Woden second team, the count being 18 to I I . It was a rough battle with four Woden cagei'S being ejected from the game via the four foul route. I M A I l S I I A L L - S l V i i i A M O x n imi:Ai ____ 7 r.'i 1,1 a 1-Yc.c tliro^-s m i r i s c r l : . M i i r n l i n l l and S v v i r t :); Djamumj 7. Marshall and Swift's Cleaners lefl no d o u b t as to Ihe .superiority of their scumd in w i n n i n g the first round of the Y. M. C. A. Commercial league Wednesday night, decisively trouncing D i a m o n d Bread's five 41 to 22 in the u inoney game" of the .schedule. The Cleaners were ahead 14 to 7 at the quarter, 22 to 13 at the h a l t and ;{0 to 15 at the three- quarter mark of a rough game in which 15 personal fouls were called on each squad. The victors were led by three of their reliables, Leo "Pat" Ryan, Francis Brouwer, and Ccd Connelly, who scored 10, 12, and 11 points respectively lo account for 33 points of the Cleaners' total. Fiynn left the game on personals in the last h a l f . Corn Country cnpLurcd third place by h u m b l i n g Decker's squad 27 lo 20 in another gnmc which left very little doubt from the start, as to its outcome. The Corn Country squad led II to 1 at the quarter, 13 i o .| a j,' the half and 21 lo 12 as three quarters ended. Bud Johnson was high tor the winners wilh 11 .points while John Carroll led a futile Decker attack wilh five buckets for a 10 point total. In the only really close game off the evening Hamilton's received its f i f t h successive defeat ID to If! at Ihe hands of the Pabst cagcrs a f t e r leading 14 to 13 when the third quarter ended. Tt was a heart-breaker for the collegn squad which missed 8 free throws. Both teams scored nine field- goals hut the Brewers added (ho a l l - i m p o r l a n l free throw which m e a n t victory. Cy Konccky loci the Vabst attack wilh 13 points In his credit and, Jim I l i n m a n and Harold Wcsscls each scored six for Hamilton's. Cage Scores I I K M I S ·rilonk.i P .'T; HXIrn N r r o m h I I : CrrM-o S I . ( Y r l l i a 1 * ' A l f i l l r a r t r P n r . i h W e s t U n i o n ·;:: Nr.u- l SI. A i n j a r 3 H - 3 7 - I V , R i c e v i l l c !.«.':(. j» I ' Junior High Coach to Replace Martin CEDAR RAPIDS, (/P)--Donald P. Wolfe, former Marion coach who hns .served as j u n i o r higl school conch nl M c K i n l e y h i g h licrc since l.nsl f a l l , w i l l replace M a r t i n .'is hearl coach al Roosevelt high at t h e close nl' the present semester. M a r t i n recently resigned to accept a coaching position al Rncinc, Wis. Don't Be Left Out/ aro ready to print Iho new telephone directory. Plaaao notify our business ol- fico now il you want your proflont listing changed in any way . . . il Y°" aro going to rnovn or il y o u w c r n t a t o l e - phonc installed.

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