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February 20, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

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W IH TRpJANS_LOSE AT EMMETSBURG 15 TO 13 DEFENSIVE PLAY OF TWO FIVES IS FEATURE OF TILT Iowa Falls to Play Return Game at Mason City Monday. EMMETSBURG, Feb. 20 --Emmetsburg junior college defeated the Mason City junior college here ihursday evening 15 to 13 in a clash that turned out to be a defensive battle for both sidea. Mason City's Trojans were unable to find the basket during the early part of the game and the Emmets-: burg five forged ahead to take a 4 to 0 lead at the quarter. The team held a favorable lead gained thru- out the entire game, tho Mason City crowded the quintet in the closing quarter. ? Peterson of Emmetsburg was high scorer for the game with 5 field goals and 2 free throws. Lane was second high man with 2 field goals and a pair of charity tosses. Monday evening the junior college team will play a return game with Iowa Falls at the Mason City high school gymnasium. The local team lost at Iowa Pails by one point in a 31-30 battle. Coach Chick Sutherland believes that the Trojan five will have an advantage in tho home game by the difference In the size of the two courts. Rock Falls will play the Mason City B squad in the opener at '! o'clock. The main game is scheduled at 8 o'clock. Charles City was scheduled to meet the Mason City Mohawk? Friday night in a return game. The B squads of both schools planned to meet in the curtain raiser. Emmetsburg was leading at the half 9 to 6. EMMETSBUKG--15 FG FT PF Dnnncwitz, f 1 l 0 Nelson, f 0 0 0 Peterson, c 5 2 1 Cullen, g 0 0 4 McNully, g 0 0 8 Totals 6 8 8 BE-GAZE1 RTS MASON CITY, IOWA, FEBRUARY 20 M 1931 TO CONTINUE IOWA INDOOR TRACK CLASSIC -- -- - " ~ ~ "--· · · · · -- · ' -- ' -- " · ' · .- - - THE "CHIEF" ATHLETE -By PAP OF" HASK"£i._ INSTITUTE Substitutions: Wells for Cullen. PF FG ..2 .,1 ..0 . .0 . .0 FT 2 0 0 MASON CITY--13 Lane, f Snell, f D. Winnie, c McPeak, g Anderson, g . . . . . 0 1 ,T. Wlnnte, g 1 0 Decker, g 1 0 |-i(r.Totuls .. 5 3 7 (^Substitutions: Morgan for Snell, iderson for McPeak; Snell lor ^-rgan, Decker for Anderson, Mc.- : ik for D. Winnie, D. Winnie for cker. Jteferee: Ruby, Storm Lake. HOUSE OF DAVID BEATS OSAGE 44-40 OSAGE, Feb. 20.--The House of David basketball team defeated the Osage Athletic club here 44-40. The home team.led at the half by seven points. Waverly high defeated Osage here, 35 to 15. The Waverly seconds won the preliminary game, 13-S. WAVERLY FAVORED , ;CO WIN TOURNEY j'fV WAVERLY, Feb. 20.--Waverly is fcif'avored to win the Bremer county J*iBasketball tournament held at Sum- j.;Vjer Friday and Saturday, with ^ Janesville the other finalist and Tripoli and Frederika the losers in the semifinals. SHEFFIELD TAKES DOUBEHEADER SHEFFIELD, Feb. 20--Alexander bowed to Sheffield in a doubleheader here. The Sheffield boys avenged themselves by taking Alexander 43 to 13. Sheffield played its best game of the season. The Sheffield girls won 30 to 1G. Referee: Vanderwaal of Hampton. ST. ANSGAR BEATS KENSETT 39-21 ST. ANSGAR, Feb. 20.--The St. Ansgar Lions annexed another victory to their list by conquering the Kensett Independents 39 to 21. The game was close during the first half but the Lions proved their superiority in the last part of the game by rolling up points almost at will. Priem and R. McMiHim tied for high point honors by getting 12 counters apiece while Boyette chalked up 9 for Kensett. AUTOMOBILE PIN FIVE ROLLS HIGH GAME OF LEAGUE Wins From Lyons' Cleaners as Decker Team Beats Purity Bakers. FRIDAY'S SCHEDULE International Harvester company vs. Allen Cafe on alleys 5 and 6 ut 8rl5. Real Silk Hosiery vs. Glolie- Gazette on alleys "7 and 8 at 7:45 Standard Oil. Iso-Vis vs. Perfection on ul- leys 1 and Z at 7 o'clock. Red Crown Ethyl vs. Atl«s Tiros on alleys 3 and 4 at 7 o'clock. The Oakland-Pontlao five won three games straight from the Lyons' Cleaners in Thursday night's bowling arid roiled the high count game of the season in the final count with a 1010 score plus an 8 point handicap for a total of 1018. Deckers' lowanas won Swo games out of three from tho Purity Bakery five. Babe Rauclalre took the honors In the high single and three game totals by shooting a 230 for a single and a 620 for a three game total. He was beaten for the theater tickets by Swafford of the Decker five with a 623 count. The two teams entering the I. B. A. tournament at Minneapolis are the Champlin Refining and' the Ideal Sand and Gravel company. PURITY BAKERY. Nemmers 176 202 177 1 Bey 167 194 178 Bohlen 174 145 168 Jacobs 203 144 156 Squier 174 229 172 Handicap 4 4 4 BOYD BOWLING CO. 20'/,-21l/, East State lOMPT delivery ·ym. ord CORA COAL at $7.00 PHONE «8« Fireside Fuel Co. pnr ton cash 535 530 4S7 503 575 12 TOTALS . . . . 8 9 8 918 8552671 DECKERS' IOWANNAS Swafford 179 199 209 5S7 Gashel ;.180 148 1S6 514 Snook 143 155 194 482 Bachman 202 135 159 490 Kolb 194 178 184 55fi Handicap 27 27 27 31 TOTALS 925 842 9592726 LYONS CLEANERS W. R. Lyons ... 145 177 125 447 Hogan 148 135 137 420 R. Lyons 99 140 132 371 Burraeister 169 144 162 475 Berg 199 i 38 igo 517 Handicap 123 123 123 369 TOTAXS ....883 857 857 2599 OAKLAND-PONTIACS Lee 181 189 202 572 Eauclaire 175 230 215 620 B.Duncan 181 166 213 560 W. Duncan 172 175 201 5-ts F.Duncan 166 357 179 502 Handicap 8 8 8 "\ TOTALS 883 925 1018 2826 Tilden Plans to Appear in Omaha Series To Play Nebraska- Iowa Team With Kozeluh OMAHA, Nebr., Feb. 20. lUP) -Two amateurs, one from Nebraska and the other from Iowa will make up the doubles team to play William Tilden II and Karel Kozeluh, the Czechoslovakian former world's champ when they come here tor their series of tennis matches at Ak-Sar-Ben coloseum March 2. The matches will be under thu auspices of the American Legion. Omaha is the smallest and the last of the cities in which the pair will appear. The professional slnglci championship may be decided in th?. last match here, 'that title being a', stake in the series of nine games Tilden and Kozeluh are playing. , From Omaha Tilden goes to Hollywood to fulfill a movie contract, after which he will make a foreign tour in company with Kozeluh, Vincent Richards and Francis T. Hunter. The identity of the two amateurs who will oppose the veterans here has not been disclosed. MITCHELL DOWNS ORCHARD 30-21 IN COUNTY MEET St. Ansgar Reserves Defeat Grafton 16 to 12 in Curtain Raiser. ST. ANSGAR, Feb. 20.--One of the best exhibitions of-high school basketball ever played on the local floor was given Thursday night before a frenzied throng of 270 spectators, when Mitchell high defeated the Orchard cagers in the first round of the Mitchell county tournament 30 to 21. Nyman, Mitchell, did an excellent Job of guarding while his teammato BASKETBALL RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS COLLEGE. Des Momes Catholic college 26, Grand Vlexv 31. Tulsu U. 85, Neu'ton Y. 2i5. Washington 101, Centervilie 19. R«d Oak Junior college 35, Conception, Mo., 17. Northwestern B 32, MnrqucUe B 1 J. St. Louis U. 2fi, Kansas Aggies 15. Davidson S5, South Carolina 2G. Georgia SI, Tennessee 18. Eastern Normal 86, Huron collego 26. Western Illinois Teachers 40, Eureka 28. HIGH SCHOOL. West Union 27, Crenco 10. Red Oak'20, Clarimla 17. cap Or Lenoch, ran up 15 points to high point honors. L. Morse, wt- chard's star center, made 11 points and R. Cole played a stellar game at guard. In the curtain raiser, the St. Ansgar seconds beat the Grafton firsts 16 to 12. ORCHARD--21 FG VT F Hcpner, f t 3 J 0. W. Morse, f l f) 3 D. Morse, f ; . . 0 1 · I" Morse, c . . . . . . . . . .S 5 s Lack, g o 0 3 !nle, K 0 2 2 HIGH SCHOOLS OF STATE ARE ONLY ENTRIES ELIGIBLE Athletic Association Asks University to Limit Meet to Iowa. IOWA CITY, Feb. 20. (INS)-Competition by courtesy of the University of Iowa and the Iowa High School Athletic association will be offered April 4 to the state's prep track and field athletes. The university, on invitation 01 the association, will hold its tenth annual interscholnstic meet in the Hawkeye field house, with a 140 event program open to athletes from any -Iowa high school. Limited to lowans. Only Ipwans will be eligible to compete in the contests, the situa^ tion differing from that of past years when athletes from Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin helped to swell the entry list to more than 500 competitors from upwards of 60 schools. Bach of the state's high schools, more than 900 of them, will be given an invitation. Events of the meet as announced are as follows: 50, 440, 880 and mile runs; 60 yard high and low hurdles; medley mile relay, mile relay, two- mile relay and two-thirds mile relay; 12-pound shot put, pole vault, high and oroad jumps. Reconsider Plans. Obeying the will of the North Central conference of colleges and secondary schools the university had planned to abolish the meet this year. The state association, thru G. A. Brown, executive secretary, requested that Hawkeye athletic officials schedule the meet in order to give Iowa, schoolboys an opportunity for their sole indoor competition thi; season. THOMPSON OIULS BEAT KENSETT TEAM T H O M P S O N , Feb. 20.--Tne Thompson high school girls' team defeated the Kensett girls' team hi Kensett by a score of 23 to 15. This is the first defeat for Kensett this year. Peckham, the Thompson midget, made 22 points for Thompson. The Thompson boyu were defeated by a score of 13 to 9 In a listless contest. The Thompson boys have been handicapped the last few weeks by injuries nnd sickness Isaacs, Schroeder and Alquist of tlit boys' team will probably not play against Grafton on Monday night. Totals 5 i] 13 MITCHELL--30 G FT F Slasby, f l o o Novak, f o 1 1 Tidemanson, f % ;j g r.enoch, o fi j 2 ·Yhrens.^g ]. o 4 Lumbert, g. 0 0 0 IVytnan, g .1 3 3 Totals 11 Referee McCoy, Simpson. 8 14 Iowa Falls Stages Basketball Tourney IOWA FALLS, Feb. 20.--Eleven games will be played at the Hardin county boys' basketball tournament this week-end. Four games were to be played Friday night, four Saturday morning, two Saturday afternoon and the final games were scheduled for Saturday night. Teams are entered from Hubbard, Steamboat Rock, Union, Eldora New Providence, State Training school, Ackley, Owasa, Alden, Radcliffe, Whitten nnd Iowa Falls. . Seven of the high school wrestling squad left for Cresco Thursday, to participate in the northeastern Iowa district wrestling meet. LEADER TO MEET TRAILER IN CAGE BATTLE AT IOWA Lowly Hawks Plan Defense for Northwestern's Invaders. PROBABLE STARTING LINEUPS. Iowa Northwestern Williamson ..HIT Kiel (o) Mowry . . . . . . . H i 1 Kelff Kogers C McCarnes IWiigert LG Smith Rolnhardt RG Marshall Officials: Koferee, ,J. T. Getchell (St. Thomas); Umpire, L. B. Allison (Cnrleton.) Time nnd Place: Saturday, 7:35 p. in., Iowa field house. Broadcast: Station WSUI, 880 880 Ullooyoles. IOWA CITY, Feb. 20.--Haughty and humble of Western conference Basketball--Northwestern, pace-set- :er, nnd Iowa, trailer--merge their efforts here Saturday evening to escort the Hawkeye home Big Ten serleu Into oblivion. Northwestern, upset only by Illinois, has taken seven victories, averaged 30 points a game, and Is the possessor of Joe Reiff, the sophomore forward whose 87 points make him the league's leading scorer. On paper, there seems to be no reason why the Hawkeyes should dare to aspire to victory over the tall, fast and clever Wildcat athletes. Iowa has lost six of eight games, is physically inferior, ant] has no crack shots. But the team came within two field goals of boating Illinois two days before that quintet sheared Northwestern's winning streak with a seven-point triumph. The defense which blocked and hectored Wisconsin shooters has given the team confidence and the suspicion that a repetition of such tactics will make Reiff, Riel and McCarnes consider- ablv miserable. Mike Riegert, best Hawkeye guard, has been elected as close companion for Reiff on tho visitor's travels towards the basket. Northwestern's men, however, average six feet. 1 inch in height, and the shorter lowans anticipate trouble on rebound shots. CHECKRR CHAMP TO DEFEND TITLE ESTHERVILLE, Feb. 20.--The outstanding checker players of the state have entered the state tournament which will be held here Feb. 23-25. John Samuelson of Des Moines, present Iowa champion; Will Cook of Ocheyednn, president of the state organization; George S. Jennings of Fort Dodge, five times winner of the event; Lloyd Bltlle of Iowa Falls, Henry Mitchell of Waterloo and Manly Bascum of Oko- bojl have entered the meet. WORLD'S PERFECT GOLFER ri ,, V wi,1,rT, the w o r l d B Pnrfect golfer might appear, according to ?£?m f * "I" 1 *' 1 ' Ix)s A "B«lra artist. In Ms composite r.artoon portrait, 1 hilllpl includes Tommy Armour's Imlr, Geor K e Von Elm's ears, Horton Smith's mouth, Walter Hugen's oyes, lirows and forehead and Bobby Jones' nose. Iowa Track Men Look to Team'sBalance to Win TO BATTLE GLEN MUSSELiHAN IN 6 Pair Appear to Be Evenly Matched; Roy Bates to Head Battle Royal. Glen "Kid" Lehr, flashy lightweight of Waterloo, was signed Thursday to meet Glen Musselman, Fort Dodge, for one of the R round bouts of the 40 round card scheduled for the armory Thursday, Feb. 26. "Kid" Lehr won a warm spot in .he hearts of north Iowa boxing fans here in the last show when lie easily won a decision from Gordon Stewart of Dowa. "Kid" Lehr, who is listed as the est lightweight in this section of :he country, has defeated Hymie Wiseman 3 times, has decisions over such fighters aa "Ace P.lude" of 3es Moinea and Putt Mossman of Iowa Falls and has fought Tony Le- rotiri and many other good lightweights in the territory. Hfs opponent, Glen Musselnian, defeated Carl Nelson, Au.stin, Minn., lore in the fast show and has convinced Matchmaker Joe Kelley of he American Legion drum corps ·hat he is ready for faster company. He fought a draw with the highly touted Ernie North at Fort Dodge Monday night. Both boys have fought draw bouts with Ernie North and they want ;o decide the better man of the two. Indications are this will be the stellar attraction on the card. Roy Bates, local "battle royal king," will act as master of ceremonies in the big battle, when six lusky Negroes will strive to win tho $10 in merchandise. The matchmaker is now busy arranging the other bouts of the 40 round card. Wold Sectional Mat Meets at 4 Schools AMES, Feb. 20. (UP)--Four scc- .lonal wrestling meets are being leld over the week-end to precede the Iowa High School Athletic association meet which will be held at Iowa State college Feb. 27-28. The sectional meets will be held at Mt. Vernon, Cresco, Fort Dodge · Orient. Mayor Curley of Boston says that he is going to find a way so that new paving won't have to he ripped ip just about as .soon as it is laid. Some seven or eight hundred other cities will await on that discovery. --Portland Express. Lion's Share of Firsts IOWA CITY, Feb. 20.--The Brit iah system of scoring, that of count ing only first places, might boost the University of Minnesota to a victory over the University of Iowa at Minneapolis Saturday in the first dual indoor track and field meet between the institutions since 1922. For the Hawkeyes may yield seven of the 12 first places to the Gophers. They look to team balance --and the American 5-3-1 scoring process--to annex about eight seconds and six thiras and to trap their adversaries by a margin of from four to 10 points. Gophers IlutRd Strong. Minnesota appears much stronger than Chicago--Iowa's rival vanquished last week 50 to 30--with power concentrated on the dash, mile, two mile, high and low hurdles, shot put, and high jump. The Iowa dope sheet reveals prob- nble victories in the quarter, half, broad jump, pole vault, and mile re- 'ay, with a strong chance for upsets in the half mile and high hurdles. Bank on Gordon. Capt. John Hass of Minnesota and Edward Gordon of Iowa seem likely io dispute high scoring honors, unless a leg injury hinders Hass' work. The MInnesotan fa a crack sprinter low hurdler and broad jumper, while Gordon looks unbeatable in the broad j u m p and has a fair chance to win the high jump and high hurdles. A motor caravan Friday bore 23 athletes to Minneapolis. This is the squad roster: Conway, Hubbard, Albin, Gordon, Handorf, Bryant, Wilier, Stor3', Sansen, Mossey, Canby, Albright, Ferguson, Lagerqulst, Hoskinson, Beckner, Isaacs, Miller, Skowbo, Tennant, Trott, Wickey and Gunderson. ROCKNE'S OTHER SIDE SHOWS HIS HUMAN KINDNESS Scandinavian Irish Master Is "Just Another" Husband. EDITOR'S NOTEt This is another of a series of stories on tho llttlo. known sldo of prominent sport personalities. By PAUL MICKELSON. SOUTH BEND, Ind., Feb. 20. OP --Once Knute Rockne gets on the football field, he's all football. But away from all the tumult and shouting he's just a great, big moody soul, who likes to gossip and chatter and who would walk a mile to play a joke or get a hearty laugh. J He will take time out from his busiest day--and he is a man of a thousand duties at Notro Dame--to swap repartee with newspapermen, college presidents, coaches or a book agent. He yearns to learn all about their trades and fancies and keeps them in good humor with, a good stock of jokes. ·lust Another Husband. At home he ia just another husband. When he wants to get away, at night, he makes excuses to Bonnie (Mrs. Rockne). But when at home, his personal- ty dominates the household just as it does a football field. He has threo sona and one daughter, ranging be- Lween the ages of six and 14 years. He wants at least one of his sons to follow in his footsteps. When "Rock" doesn't have the house full of guests--and he can play a mean bridge game--or wheu he doesn't caper about with hia children, he sinks into a deep chair and reads. Biographies are nis first choice, closely followed by medical books and mystery stories. He can pronounce and tell you tho meaning- of 10-syllable medical terms; and he can tell you some facts about music and drama and art. Proud of Ancestry. He is proud of his Norwegian ancestry and admits he got one of the biggest chuckles when .Eddie Nell of the Associated Press onca referred to him as the "Scandinavian master of the Irish." HE has spent considerable money tracing his lineage. Ha discovered that back in the fourteenth and fifteenth, centuries, his forebeara were men of money. Two were keepers of the Norwegian treasury. "Now that's what I can't understand," he murmured. "Thare used to be a lot of money in the family. Where did It go?" His favorite dish, however, Isn't Norwegian. It's spare ribs and sauerkraut. His bust stories concern the early, trials he went thru na football coach at Notra Dame. "We had a hard timo getting games," he said, "and as receipts were small the boys were ordered to cat sandwiches. Believe- it Or Not. "Tho first time we played tho Army, the Cadets invited the boy.i In to eat. And did they eat? They stuffed us so full of pie, cake ancj ice cream that we could hardly wobble in the football field. Wa were almost ruined." Psychology, humor and sympathy characterize Rockne on the bench. He "rides" quitters, praises workers and takes down the "grand stand" type. FIGHT RESULTS GRAFTON EAGLES DOWN INDIANS IN 26 TO 24 CLASH An unexpected upset marked tho beginning of the semipro basketball tournament being held at the Y. M. C. A. here Friday and Saturday when the Grafton Eagles defeated the Fertile Indians 26 to 24 In the first round. The tournament opened at the Y. M. C. A. Friday morning when the Swea. City Cardinals met the Hanlontown five ami defeated them 40 to 25. Play in the first and second rounds was scheduled to continue thruout Friday. The semifinals were scheduled for Saturday afternoon and the final games were scheduled for Saturday evening. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS IOWA CITY--Harvey Carolthern nf Mollnc, III., won a technical knockout from Orley Thorrington of Cedar Rapids ( 6 ) ; Bert Vlseiottl of East Molina outpointed Swede Johnson of Lone Tree (1); Ted Smith of Cedar Rapids scored a :echnical knockout over Young Chocolate of Iowa City (4). PHILADELPHIA -- Billy Jones, Philadelphia, outpointed Jo« Sek- yi-a, Dayton, Ohio, (8); Willard Dix, California, knocked out Ro- cardo Romano, Philadelphia (2). DAVENPORT--Kid L e o n a r d , East Mollne, III., outpointed Jock Malone, St. Paul, (10); Bud Demp- aey, Moline, and Johnnie Allison, Kewanee, 111., drew (6). B O X I N G Thursday. Feb. 26 ARMORY, 8:30 40--ROUNDS-40 and a BATTLE ROYAL) DON HAMPTON vs. TUFFY ANDERSON 6--ROUNDS--fl KID LEHR vs. GLEN MUSSELMAN 0--BOUNDS--6 6--Other Bouts-- Seats on Sale Monday at IIOYD'S CIGAR STOKE

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