The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 19, 1931 · Page 23
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
February 19, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 23

Publication:
Location:
Mason City, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, February 19, 1931
Page:
Page 23
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 23 article text (OCR)

MOHAWKS TO RETURN TILT iS SCHEDULE MASON CITY, IOWA, LEADERS High School Quintet Faces Formidable Foes for Final Games. Mason City's- Mohawks will clash with the leaders of the Northeast conference at the high, school gymnasium Friday evening when the high school five will play a doubleheader return battle with Charles City. The second teams of the two schools will play at 7 o'clock while the main game is scheduled for 8 o'clock. The West Waterloo tilt is the only home game left for the Mohawks after the Charles Citv clash. Tho Mason City has defeated the Floyd county five once this season, the invaders may turn the tables in this game. Decorah beat Mason City in a game on the local court and Charles City recently teat Decorah JOHAWKS DEFEA to go into the conference lead. . Mason City, however, has shown marked improvement in recent games. Coach Judge Grimsley expects a close battle of it. Charles City is in the district tournament and Coach Grimsley bel^.ves if the Mohawks win Friday th% have a fair chance in the tournament play. Waukon Ties Floyd County Five on Defensive Play. CONFERENCE STANDING W. L. Pet. Pts. Opts. Charles City S 0 1.000 250 130 Wailkon 4 o 1.000 112 Decorah 4 3 .571 124 West Union 1 2 .33.S' 51 Nashua 2 4 .333 112 Cresco 2 (I .250 122 3M. Hampton 2 G .250 125 Osage . . · l 3 .250 07 72 95 59 127 171 174 92 C H A R L E S C I T Y , Feb. 19.- -harles City and Waukon continued to set the pace in the northeast conference last week. Charles City took two hard fought games from Cresco and D."corah, 'and Waukon trounced Cresco in a decisive fashion. In scoring: 31 points on Cresco, - Waukon took the scoring leadership S away from Charles City. The Ala- makee county team has now averaged 28 points to a game, while Charles City dropped to 25 when Decorah held the tractor team to 14 points. Decorah continues to hold the defensive championship of the leagtie. Other conference teams have averaged only 13 y a points when playing: t.je Vikings. Charles City has one more conference game to play. Osage will invade Charles City Feb. 27, and Waukon must down two more conference foes, Decorah and West Union. Other conference games yet to play include the Cresco-West Union game Thursday; Osage-New Hampton at New Hampton Friday, and the Cresco-New Hampton game at \New Hampton Feb. 27. On the outcome of these games the final standing below third place will depend. None of the teams below Decorah can now win enough game to pass it, but all of them are so evenly matched that any one may finish in fourth position in the league. RUDD, Feb. 19.--Friday night Rudd will clash with Marble Rock in the final scheduled game of the season. Rudd has had one of the fastest teams this year that the school has ever supported, winning 16 and losing two games. This marks the f i n a l appearance on the home court for Hansen, Brandau, Shanks and Stiles. Hansen and Brandau, it will be remembered, were two of the outstanding- stars of the recent Mason City invitational tournament. The first game is called for 7:30. Superintendent Knutson of Kensett will officiate. Following is a record of the games played this year: Rudd 31; Swaledale 13. Rudd 26; Rockford 20. Rudd 41; Floyd 9. Rudd 2G; Renwick IB. Rudd 15; Mason City B 37. Rudd 33; Mason City B 9 Rudd 22; Kensett 20. Rudd 36; Nora Springs 16. Rudd '13; Floyd 18. Rudd 35; Marble Rock 35. Rudd 30; Kensett 16. Rudd 26; St. Joseph 15. Rudd 34; Ventura 24. Rudd 26; Orchard 23. Rudd 22; Fertile 12. Rudd 20; Kensett 10. Rudd -12; Rockford 43. Cresco to Stage Mat Tourney Northeastern Iowa Wrestlers to Try for Title CRESCO, Feb. 19.--The Northeastern Iowa district wrestling meet will be held at Cresco in the high school gymnasium on Friday am Saturday, Feb. 20 and 21. Preliminary rounds will be wrestled on Friday night at 7:30; semifinals at 2 p. m. Saturday and the finals at 7:30 p. m.- The following schools have entered contestants: Cedar Fall;. (Teachers' high school), Decorah Elkader, Elma, Iowa l Falls, New Hampton, Greene and Cresco. Late entries will probably swell this total. Following is the lineup of the Northeastern Iowa district wrestling meet to be held at Cresco' Friday and Saturday, Feb. 20 and 21: i 85 pound class: Ovey Vaala, New | Hampton; Joseph Lickteig, Cresco; Donald Maland, Cresco; Raymond Hamilton, Iowa Falls; Rex Craft Iowa Falls, and Alfred Kramer Elkader. 95 pound class: Lee Miller, New Hampton; Isadora Barlowe, Decorah; Cecil Cameron, Cresco; Earl Thomas, Cresco; Lawrence Hamilton, Iowa Falls, and Gifford Bufield Iowa Falla. 105 pound class: Charles Stephen, New Hampton; Derrill Davis, Cresco; Howard Wildrr.an, Cresco; Marion Shane, Iowa Falls, and Lawrence Hamilton, Iowa Falls. 115 pound class: Jack McCahen, New Hampton; Howard Wildman, Cresco; Neil Martin, Cresco; Raymond Bateman, Cresco; Lester Gessell, Elma; Marion Hoskins, Iowa Falls; Henry Wagner, Iowa Falls; Carol-Mathers, T. H. S., Cedar Falls, and William Witt. Elkader. 125 pound class: Paul Hassman, New Hampton; Vincent Jacobson, Decorah; Raymond Bateman, Cresco; Orvin DeWalle, Cresco; Irwin Upton, Cresco; Haven Sanders, Iowa Falls; Marion Shane, Iowa Falls and Robert Stebar, Elkader. 135 pound class: Francis Seery, New Hampton; Roy Westby, De- 'corah; Orvin DeWalle, Cresca; Er- Win Walters, Cresco,- Gerald Fitzgerald, Elma; John Champlin, Iowa Falls; Milo MulforcJ, Iowa Falls, and Eugene Potter, T. H. S. Cedar Falls. 145 pouud class: Francis Scully, New Hampton; Gerhard Allen, Decorah; Kenneth Bronner, Cresco; John Schroder, Elma; Harold Rush, Iowa Falls; Haven Sanders, Iowa Falls, and Malcolm Kramer, Elkader. 155 pound class: Orlo Adams, New Hampton; Henry Aschim, Decorah; Clarence Tass, Cresco, and Wencel Zbornik, Cresco. 165 pound class: Robert Meyers Cresco, and Richard Wolf, Elkader. Heavyweight class: James Fickbohm, New Hampton; Leland Hen- n'mg, Cresco, and Don Wolf, Elkader. The town of Greene is scheduled but names of contestants not yet listed. They will be in the 05 pound, 115 and 125 pound classes. In connection with this coming meet, it is pf interest to note that in the 10 wrestling meets in which Cresco teams have participated, Cresco has been defeated but once, and Cecil Cameron in the 05 pound class and Derrill Davis in the 105 pound class have been undefeated, having each come thru victorious in all 10 meets of the season. Greene's contestants are: B5 pound, Dale Ritter; 13.5 pound Harry Ott; 125 pound, Raymond Cheney. St. Joseph Quintet to Clash With Austin Team Sunday. The' Johawks of St. Joseph academy trounced the Sacred Heart five of Eagle Grove Wednesday evening at the St. Joseph gymnasium by a score of 39 to 13. The Johawks were leading 19 to 6 at the half. Meyers was the high point man of the evening. The elusive fonvart sank six field goals and one free throw during the time he was in the game. Mullan of the- Johawks and Hart of the Sacred Heart five tied for the runnerup position with four field goals apiece. L. Ryan was successful on three shots for the evening's work. The Johawks had their opponents outclassed from the start. This is the second victory the Mason Citj team has won from the Eagle Grove five. The first went by a score of 25 to IS at Eagle Grove. The next game for the Johawks will be Sunday evening when the quintet is scheduled to clash with the St. Augustine five of Austin, Minn., at the St. Joseph court. JOHAWKS--38. FG FT VF Mullan, f ,j 0 fl I. Byiin, f ·, o o \Ieyers, f ; | j) L. Ryan, c 3 - ) ^ Hubbnrci, % ] () 3 r Kyun, g i o o Nicbergail, g 2 0 Totals m j 15 Substitutions: J. n.yau for Mnlluii, FausliDldcr for Meyers, Lynch for U Ryan, S. Ryun for Iluhlmrd, Nic- jergall for Wolfe. SACRED HEART--13. FG FT TF Mntestine, f o o o " ll .rf.. f 4 fl o Louhon, c o I o O'Toole, g [ . ' . . I 0 , Kippers, g j ,, 1 Totals o Referee: Thomas, lowii. BROWNIES--17 FG \. lUarlin, f i -·· SJiipp, f . .. . i 1.' Williams, c i. Martin, jf . . Smith, g "Jabbell, f . .3 FT I. (I (I. o 0 (I Toiuls ·Substitutions: Cahcll for Smith. DIAMOND BREAD--31 \uilson, f ;j Sutherland, f 2. 'atton, g Jnstcllo, g Grimsley, f Totals . «· 0 H 1 I 0 0 Mnj- Be Lost to Iowa. IOWA CITY, Feb. 10. /P--Morton Koser, Hawkeye forward, was recovering from internal injurie.-i suffered in the Iowa-Wisconsin basketball game Monday night Koser may be lost to the team the rest of the season. K o s s u t h County GirJs to Play for Basketball Championship. LONE ROCK. Feb. 19.--The Kossuth county girls' basketball tournament will be held here Friday and Saturday of this week. The schedule of games is as follows: Bancroft vs. Wesley 2:30 p m Friday. Seneca vs. Lerlyard 3:30 p. m Friday. The winners of these games will play at 2:30 p. m. on Saturday. Luverne vs. Lone Rock 7:30 p. m Friday. Whittemorc vs. Fenton S:30 p. m Friday. The winners will play at 3:30 p. m. Saturday,. The winners of the two games Saturday afternoon will Tilay the finals at S o'clock Saturday evening-. A half size, gold basketball with "Kossuth County Girls' Champions" engraved on it, will be awarded the winning team. The second 1931 bes't team will receive the basketball used in the games. O. F. Moore of Laiirens will be the referee. Substitutions: Grimsley for Cos- Icllo. CANVAS COMPANY--83 I'ort, f J 3 * Martinson, f Connelly, e, _ Nance, g 4 Fintayson, g- 1 Tnlals It 11 11 V'S HIKN--Hi Tamasf, t 1 · Koll, f i n Roberts, f . . . ; 0 1 Loterhour, c . . . . . . . . . .^i 1. Walker, g o 1 Sullivan, g 1 i Totals o fi Substitutions: Evenell for BACK IN THE PICTURE -By PAP HZ.EV£.\J BOXIW STUL-. % / ' THE BEST j W A M O iw TWH F|5 H T- The X l'. All IllfiiMs iiMcrx«] Chet Woodhouse Is High All Around With a 230 Single and 602 for Trio. Thursday's Schedule. Lyons' Cleaners vs. Oatclarul- I'oiitincs on alleys 3 and (i at J ' u r i l y I!:il,-ery vs. Deckers' Inwana!i on alleys 7 and 8 at 7.15. The Ideal Sand and Gravel com- lany nnd the Atlas Special each won two g-iimas out of t h r e e from t h e i r opponents, the Chapin O'Noil coal five and the Fireside Fuel com- mny. Chet Woodhouse was hi°"h all iround wil.h 230 for a high^singlc iiid 002 for a three game total. F. S c h m i d t won tho theater tickets w i t h 027. FIRESIDE FUEL s-- Itit 2nd 3rd .IBfi 1:- 182 !i 17!) -1 :imiscn, T. :ilis, W. . 'rimderson Berry, J. . Whitney . PAIRINGS ANNOUNCED Following are the pairings for (hi; first round (if tho soufional tourney Iiere. First Hound. Class IJ Ciiiipin vs. Flsiyftald at C:HO Thursday. Class [$ Fertile vs. Klomme at 7:30 Thursday. Class A nTiiKcm City vs. St. Ansgar nt 8:30 Thursday. Class A Cltrar Lnk« vs. Nora Springs nt, !):30 Thursday. Class E5 Hanlnntowit vs.'.Sxviilcv dale at !):30 :\. m., Friday. CTI:ts-s B. Hun.si'll vs. Ventura at 10:l-!0 ii. m., Friday. Class B. (irnl'ton vs. Sheffield ul H:80 H. m., Friday. Class A Manly vs. Rockford ul, 1 o'clock Friday. Class A (iurner vs. Norllnvood lit 2 o'clock Friday. Class I! Geneva vs. Rock Falls nl H:l!0 Friday. Kensett anil Plymouth drew byes. .10!) .123 1-17 34-1 3-10 1D2 150 157 173 Handicap . . . .100 100 'Totals Sti!) 88S 050 Team average 2G93--80S ATLAS SPEC'FAL Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd Schmidt, F. ..184 185 192 Wilcox. P 381 370 1-18 Wilson 3C1 3.90 157 Walsh 177 158 17(; Peterson 360 192 191 ·172 420 531 300 2C93 50S 501 R1.1 513 masi, Roberts for Koll, Gnusc fi»- j Handicap 82 82 82 24G Loterbnur, Robert fnr Sullivan. 1UNIOK COLLEGE--18 Kcbker, f Shaffer, f 0 Hcndricli.son, f 1 Carroll, e. ! I'oshiistu, £· 0 Palcben, g 0 FG FT. PF 2 n o i 1 o Tnlals 7 .1 I I Substitutions: S h a f f e r for I'o- shusl.i, Patchen for Shaffer, Hen- ilricltson for Shaffer. COCA COLA--20 FG FT PF Gross, f l I 2 Lynch, f 0 0 2 Tohnson, t 2 'J 0 Truer, f l n 1 Ooylo, c 1 1 1 1'ol.insky, g ] o -1 Totals X 4 r Substitutions: Lynch for Gross, Truer for Johnson. Itcferee: Krnc- ger. · Totals 938 f)8fl !MG 2870 Team average 2S70--957 CIIAPIN O'NF.IL COAL Players-- 1st. 2nd 3rd Brown 3f0 138 liiS 4 fin Stubbs i n I 129 33!) ,j29 Bush MS 162 300 43) O'Neil 18S 392 173 553 Schrader 15S 212 202 570 H a n d i c a p ·11 41 123 Totals 853 87-1 822 2Ci-in Team average 2549--850 IDEAL S A N D A N D GKAVIOL Fluyers-- 1st 2nd 3rd Pusch 324 304 147 Woodhouse ...201 230 17.1 Gaylord in(i 3f).l 170 Stenner 175 lf7 in:i Johnson, R. ..147. 352 160 H a n d i c a p 40!) 602 53 D 505 465 27 Britt Beats Waldorf in 38-34 Clash FOREST CITY, Feb. 1!). -- Waldorf college lost by a score of 31 to 38 to the Britt Junior college basketball team here- Wednesday night. Waldorf went into the load at the :;turt of the game but the first quarter ended with Kritt leading 12 to 8. Srilt also tend at the half 22 to 10 and 30 to 2(5. at the end of the third quarter. The game was close t h r u out and was well played. Hall was high score man for Waldorf and Bartik for Britt. Totals 832 043 826 2533 Team average 2583--863. Ten Round Battle Set for March 6 at Chicago Stadium. CHICAGO, Feb. 10. VP--Gnr:i|.1 Ambrose Griffiths, the tough Irishman from Sioux City, Iowa, has agreed to meet King Levinsky the former Jewish fish m e r c h a n t from Chicago's west side, in ,a 30 round bout at tho Chicago stadium March G. Before signing, G r i f f i t h s demanded a guarantee of $25,000. Levinsky agreed to take 60 per cent, out of which he will undertake to pay G r i f f i t h s $25,000. If the 60 per cem. does not a m o u n t to $25,050, the stadium wil make, up tho difference. TO 13 Teams Appear Balanced for Coming Season; Six Are Strong. Hy ALAN GOULD MIAMI, Fla., Feb. 30. .T)--The National league, having broken a:l attendance records last season, expects an even bigger and better pennant race in 1931, according to President John Arnold Heydicr. Mr. pnd Mrs. Heydler have come to Miami to spend a vacation. "Not only will the new ball and its effect on the big hitters serve to increase interest this year generally," -said Heydler, "but so far aa tl-.c National league is concerned, wo look for a race in which at least six- clubs should play a decisive part. League Well Balanced. "It Is nothing 1 new l~or our league to be well balanced, with four and five clubs figuring in the pennant fight. It has almost become a habit. I expect teams like P h i l a d e l p h i a iind Boston to continue their sensational development, especially if the former team develops several winning pitchers. Pittsburgh had tough luck most of last season and is always dangerous. Cincinnati still is in the reconstruction age. "Of the first division group ot" j lant year, Brooklyn has tremendous I possibilities, in every respect, and i.- i a big drawing- card. The Cubs can be counted on for a great fight under Hornsby. St. Louis has shown what it can do by winning thren pennants in five years and the Giants are strengthened for what should be a sensational contest. "Baseball as a whole is coming thru tne period of business -slump very well. Like everything else, however, it has had to face the facts and take steps to keep the public confidence and support. Are Thru With Changes. "You know, everything has been going thru a stage of readjustment. People everywhere and business in general were hitting too fast a pace. Sport reflected the same tendencies. "Tne reaction now has set in. They changed the size of the ball in golf to make it more generally playable and remove the premium on long distance slugging. We havo changed the structure of the baseball for much the same reason and t h e game will benefit accordingly. "It is all a sign of returning normalcy and sanity in play as well as living." Play Starts in Mitchell County Meet ST. ANSGAR, Feb. ' in --The week-end will bo devoted at St. Ansgar to the Mitchell county basketball tourney. This tournament will be run off so that the winner of the class B schools will play the winner of the class A schools to decide the championship. The teams entered are, St. Ansgar, Riceville, Osage in the class A and Mitchell' Orchard, Mclntire, Little Cedar and Otranto in the class B. The time schedule is as follows- Thursday, 7 o'clock, St. 'Ansgar Seconds vs. Grafton Firsts; 8 o'clock, Mitchell vs. Orchard; Friday, 7 o'clock, winner of Mitchell- Orchard tilt vs. Mclntire; 8 o'clock, St. Ansgar vs. Riceville; 0 o'clock, Little Cedar and Otranto; Saturday afternoon, 2 o'clock, finals of Clusa B schools; 3 o'clock, finals of Class A schools; 7:30 o'clock, consolation game in the finals at 8:30 Saturday night. Goldfield to Be Scene of '31 Play; Eight Teams in Meet. GOLDFIELD, Feb. 19. The fourteenth annual Little Nine tournament will be held at Goldfield on Friday and Saturday. Eight teams will compete for the traveling trophy which is now in the possession of Luverne, due to their victory over Goldfield lust year. The winner also w i l l he given a permanent trophy with the rimnerup also receiving a trophy. Eight teams will compete for honors with four games in the preliminary round being played Friday evening, beginning at 7 o'clock, with the semifinals being played Saturday afternoon and the consolation and final games on Saturday evening. The following eight schools form the present Little Nine association- West Bend, Bade, Livennore, Luvenie, Renwick, Humboldt, Clnriou and Goldfield. Jack North, sports writer of Des Moines and Superintendent Ballard of Howard en will officiate at this year's tournament. This isn't such a bad world. The wicked couldn't thrive If they depended on a collection plate. Davenport Times. SEMI-PRO TEAMS READY FOR TITLE AT Y. M, Mason City to Witness Fine Array of Cage Talent Over Week-End. The greatest array of semi-pro basketball talent ever gathered in Mason City's history will gather hero Friday to play In the north- Iowa tournament at the Y. M. C. A. Most powerful of these quintets is Kanawha, with a well balanced team, Swen City with its all-star aggregation, New Hampton with an excellent team built around "Swede" Krieger, St. Ansgar, built around Coach Tlinger. and hal£ a dozen other.4 liable to upset tho dope and win tho meet. Among the first to play arc tha Fertile Indians vs. Grafton Eagles at 10 o'clock Friday morning:; tho Charles City A. C. vs. St. Ansgar Independents at 10 o'clock in tha evening. These four teams each have a powerful offense and it is tin- fortunate that the luck of tho draw will remove two of the outstanding teams early in tho play. HAMPTON TO Charles City Battler Hopes to Show His Speed in Next Ring Show. Don Hampton, local welterweight, was signed Wednesday to trade- blows with "Tuffy" Anderson, Charles City, in one of the six round bouts of a 40 round boxing card scheduled at the armory Thursday, Feb. 26. Anderson, the tough one, has shown before in the local ring and in the last show made a big hit with his clever and hard punching and convinced Matchmaker Joe Kelly oC the Legion drum corps that he is ready for the best in the six round- ers. The Charles City mauler eomo few months ago gave Irish Haggerty, local boxer, a real licking at Charles City in a six round bout. Don Hampton, his opponent in the six round bout, fought a furious eight round draw with Nach Man- riquiz, Mexican battler, at Atlantic, Iowa, recently. Hampton scored a _. knock down and had the Mexican on the verge of a knockout. Three other six round bouts and four other four rounders will be offered to Mason City and North Iowa boxing fans. Matchmaker Kelly is also arranging a battle royal, In which five or six Negro battlers will participate. Most marriages fail, however, because there isn't room for two cases of self-pity in the same house. -- Havouport TirncH. But why call it capita! punishment when it's the lack of capital that causes a man to get it.--Fountain Inn Tribune. is the Price--- jit when it comes to what they'll deliver in foot comfort and foot service--it makes a regular Surprise Party *" n Supreme Shoes Sold at Is Where the Good Shoes Come From Freeman's Famous Five The Running Mate at $5.00 the Pair

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page