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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 30 · 1937 NINE MASON CITY DEFEATS LUTHER RESERVES NORTHSIDE GETS EDGE IN TUSSLE ON ROAD JAUNT Johawks to Take on Enemy of Previous Contest in Sunday Game. Just Enough Lead HOLY FAMILY--27 IKENS.ETT--:li It (I I I I ! ( I l l lit ('. / i r n l e r I II I ^ [ K o n l c l l e t II I) ^ H u s h « i I '' I -j H o U t a n i H / II I -1 · M i i e l i e c :! n ISiC'Doper c :! I, II C ' a v a i i a u e h r 2 :l :!| K e l l y c U O II ii. Xifrl" r' :i 2 .'i.CarKon s i i n M u r p h y f 0 It l ; l l u n l r; |Tn_st(;nsfui y l.iinhiulsl t TOTALS III 7 l:l| TOTALS "i Vi III Score by q u a r t e r s : HOLY FAMILY -- s 11 -ji 2; KG.NSETT 2 7 ir, 20 Kret throws missed: H o l y F a m i l y -I: Kensell .'!. K e l e r e e : I.anc (C'arlelorO. KENSETT--Holy Family ol Mason City, ahead 24 to 8 at one point in the proceedings, was hard put to eke out a 27 to 26 decision over Kensett high school Friday night, as the home team pulled up in the final periods, ran the score to 24 to 15 at the third quarter, and lell behind only in the linal minutes, when Hunt was forced out of the game on fouls. Harold Ziegler's three goals and two free, throws paced the North- siders, while Kensett was led by Cooper, who tossed two goals and' six free chances. The Kensett reserves won 11 to 0 in a preliminary game. .» In Sunday Tussle | rnOBABLli L I N E U P S Condi K I. C. A C A U t l Y .IOIIA1VKS J'R. WHITE Colloloil Balek .............. I- Uaddeu ............ C Jaro.'h .............. i Peterson ............ (i TIME: 2:.'tO, S U t N D A V PLACE: St. Joseph's gy St. Joseph's Johawks will take on Immaculate Conception academy ol Charles City in a Sunday afternoon game at the local team's court, meeting the Floyd county boys lor the second time within a S1.1NGKH Jim Nclr Schulz Anderson J a c k NctT . . H a s p c r rnoou. a s i u m . ( -4£ /. DONKEYS HERE Donkey basketball will make ils debut in Mason City next week when teams whose members will be local men will play at St. Joseph's gymnasium .j Tuesday, Wednesday a n d .05--T rhursd;jy nights . In donkey basketball, the quintet becomes a quartet, playing without the services of a center, and each participant is mounted on a donkey. In Tuesday night's game a team captained by Father White, and including Father McEnany, Falher Mullen and Father Kurt plays "The Cutups," a team including Dr. T. A. Nettleton. Dr. Don Fitzgerald, Dr. Jay Houlahan and Dr. L. T, Oldham. Wednesday night a team captained by Charles "Chuck" Lennan meets a team captained by Emmet Ryan. Thursday night the winners of the previous games will meet. week. In the first, contest, the Jo- hawks won a 28 to 8 decision, as Tom Peterson led the scoring, while the reserves took a 14 to G victory in the first game of the double bill. Bowling crrr LEAGUE SCHEDULE A l l e y s M O N D A Y 1.-3--Tyler-Ryan vs. Collate G r l l l - n i n r K. 3-4--Maple Inn vs. Hugh navey nntJ Son. i»-R--Ilccker's Planl vs. K n z y Korner. 0 REWARD! . . . FOR THE MAN WHO DOESN'T LAUGH at Ihc BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT Tues., Wed and Thurs. Feb. 2-3-4--8 p. m. St. Joseph's School Gymnasium Admission 25c Tickets on Sale al Casey Drue anrl (he Prescription Shop Snell Paces Scoring When Jaysees Win Fourth Fight Rough Contest Sees Huge Edge Go to Locals ori Mason City Floor. By AL MITCHELL Globe-Gazette Sports Editor Luther's Reserves took a 41 to 25 beating at Mason City Friday night, Mason City junior college plastering the defeat on the Decorah team lor the local squad's fourth win in a row, in a rough and tumble rodeo that included nearly everything but scratching and biting. T h e M a s o n Cityans were far out in front most of the way, scoring half a dozen points b e f o r e Luther got close, and building up that margin in SNELL each period. The local squad led by 25 to 12 at the half. It was Gale Snell, Trojan center, who topped the scoring as lie finally struck a hottish streak, and bucketed 12 points. Hcrt Opens Scorine". Thiee Mason City thrusts as the game got under way failed to produce any points, but Henry 'Hun" Hert broke up the Luther return drives with some fancy ball-hawking, then stepped to the free throw line to drop in the first Trojan point, Jack Fox drew the foul. Lee Usher's ringer a moment later set the Trojans ahead by 3 to 0. Don Moore dropped in a free toss to score for the Norse, as Usher fouled him, but Hert came back to the Jine to sail in a second free toss, and Gale Snell pushed in the rebound from his second attempt for a bucket. Lane's long goal, following Obect Norem's free toss on Sheckler's foul, set the iotal at 8 to 2. Fox elbowed' Hert out of the was under the Trojan goal, but the Mason City guard missed his free chance. Fox missed another at the other basket, when Snell fouled him a moment later. Usher, jumping high after his own deep rebound, popped the ball back into the ring with one hand to give the Trojans another pair of points. Fox Begins Counting-. Sheckler fouled Vernon Olson in a tangle under the basket, as he bumped the Norse forward out of the. way on a pivot, and Olson punched in his free one. Usher missed his try as Julian Maanum rolled him down on the hardwood in midcourt, and Lane missed the first of a pair when Norem pushed him out of bounds under the goal. He caged the second to make the total II to 3. Fox tipped in a rebound for Luther's first goal, but Snell picked off a Trojan counter after a fast and rough session, taking a spot pass from Hcrt and whipping it into the basket at lop speed. Harold Fuglie took the rebound as Fox missed his free chance on SneU's foul, and arched through a goal from the free throw circle just before the quarter ended. Wiiljrer Docs Stretch. Usher drew his third foul as the second session opened, but Fuglie missed his attempt, and Bob Widger replaced Usher in the Trojan lineup. Snell spun a pivot shot through Hie not on a fast break to make it 15 to 7. Widger, planted under the coal, oulreached the Norse three times, finally captured the ball, and stretched in a goal. Lane's shot from the far side- court was squarely in the bottom of the net to make it 19 to 7. anct Widger poked the score up a pair of points as he netted two free throws after Olson had wrestled him out of bounds. Snell hit the ring for another bucket seconds after the throwin, and Jim Holmlund's free toss for the Norse made it 23 to 8. Lane made the defense look silly as he dribbled around two guards and poked in a goal on the run, but Warner Bischoff counted tor Luther on the return trip up the court. The rest of the session failed to produce any points, after Olson scored for Luther, and the Trojan reserves took over the playing job, leaving only Hert in the lineup. The count was 25 to 12 as the gun ended the half. Starters Draw Fouls. Olson parked the first shot of the third period squarely in the west net, off the backboard, from the side of the court, to make it 25 to 14. Snell evened his goal with 3 southpaw pivot shot off Lane's whip pass, and Sheckler flipped up another onc-hander from n dribble'. Maanum scored for Luther on a close-in shot to make the total 29 to Ifi. Maanum hiprolled Sheckler to draw a foul, but the Mason Cilynn missed his free chance, and drc\v a penalty for himself as he broke in for the rebound. Fuglie scored on the free chance and the count went to 29 to 17. Snell went in wide open as Lane pulled the defense out and shot him a pass, for an easy shot and goal. Fox poked in a free throw just before the quarter ended, to set the score at 31 to 18. Every starting Trojan except Lane had drawn three fouls as the last period opened, and Snell was sent to the bench a moment later as he drew his fourth. Paul Braham came into the game, and Fuglie scored the free point for the Norse. Lane missed an attempt after Bischoff had battered him down to the floor. Fox was wavcrl out of the came on four fouls and I Basketball Rodeo J I A S O N CITV-- I I Shots KG FT FTM I'K I'ts. 3 ri K 1 u 2 Unc I ....... J,' llleli t ....... 1 Usher t ...... 1 1 3 f-c ... 10 I ^ Snell c ....... 12 G 0 Braham c-f . . 5 0 0 Hert s ....... 1 0 2 Sherkler g ... 14 3 1 Anderson g .. 0 0 0 TOTALS ... XI 1T T LUTIUCB RESEUVICS-- 3,1 0 Shots IT, FT FTM TF Tls l l o l m l i m i l f .. :. 1 L. Olsou f . . . . 2y V. O l s n n f I l 1'ox c fi L l . o i n i t h e r r y c . ·! II N o r t i n t I 11 ll^cliofr f I ·· Mror« f I II F u t i l e I U I TOTALS ... r,:l F Scorp by. charters: M A S O N C I T V LUTHKIt R E S E R V E S . Officials: Karl Hast "L'op"' Thurttc (Iowa). 13 25 31 II 1 12 18 :!,! (Grirmell), I'liil NEW WINNER AT COUNTY TUSSL Fredericksburg Wins Final Test to Take Cage Meet of Chickasaw Fives. C111CKASAW C O U N T V MEUT Al New l l n m p t n n VINAl. I t O U N U C h a m p i o n s h i p . Krcdcrickaburff l(i; LaM-tcr H. Consnlatioii I o n i a "I: Xov Hamptun ( r e s e r v e s ) If) ( u v c r l i n i e ) . NEW HAMPTON--Fredericksburg won its first Chickasaw county cage championship here Friday night by defeating Lawler 16-14. The new champions gained a tremendous lead in the first period and then fought desperately to hold it. Paced by Triplelt, captain and center, the winners jumped into a 13 to 2 lead while at halflimc it was 14 to 7. The champions did not score in the third period as Lawler pulled up to 14 to 10. The second place team, Lawler, played without the services of Billy Shcp- ard who is quarantined at the home^ of his parents with diphtheria- Ill the consolation final Ionia defeated the New Hampton reserves 21 to 19 in an overtime period. . The junior Chickasaws lead 11 to 10 at halftime but faltered in the third period and were behind 18 to 13. The score was 19-19 at the end ol the regular game. THE BOXSCORE. KnED'KS'nuitG--ifi I L A W L E H -- i i _ " r H a l l r 2 0 : t | K i l ( h t t G e r s l m c y c r f H II :t|Goss I TrrpleU c -I 2 l I R i c h l c c LcilicTistein g II £ t f . S i i l l i v i m K W l l l l e r c a n 0|Salt z m ini L. Stccjre s (! II I I -- . 1 TOTALS (· 4 I t l S t TOTALS Score at half: Frcilcricksburff J l ; T.mvler 7. Itefcrce: GnrmTcy (Parsons). fs: ft nf I -1 n 2 It I) 0 II I 1 II 0 Thompson High Has Win in Manly Test T H O M P S O N _ Thompson chalked up two victories Friday night as the girls' team romped over the Manly girls 46 to 14 and the boys outpointed Manly 27 to 21. Thompson's boys and girls play the teams representing Scarville high school Monday night and Wednesday night the girls will meet the A. I. B. team of DCS Mbines. Sheckler added a point lo make the score 32 to IS. Lane Tangles Defense. Bischoff popped one through on the run from an out of bounds pass, but Lane tossed a free throw after he had pul the Norse guard in the seals when they tangled in a corner. Sheckler took a set shot from the free throw circle after a floor-length dribble to score again and make it 35 to 21. Usher shoved the total up a pair when he took Lane's fast break pass and beat the defense to the backboard. Holmluncl counted on a rebound for Luther to set the count at 37 to 23, and Sheclcler streaked down the sideline to dribble squarely in for a one-handed poke and score. Diet?, slapped in a rebound to set the Trojan total at 41, and Leo Olson's one-handed shot in the final 15 seconds made the final count 41 to 25. Running in High MASO.V C1TV-- :l» II. C. A C A n i C M V -- S If II nt .M:ijnr t fbin I nk r Spi Sr,.lU I S l n c c k r r Amlersnn C.'louic c I.lrns 5 H u m p h r e y g n fl flj Hrislmie s K a u f m a n s i :i -ii.ii.ii Nrr t 0 I) n l . S r f i u l * t .1 » I J A n d f n o n r rv f) ij.lar.k N r f f o n n; n i r k h n r r K 7 fl ~ t l l " * p e r t D a :ii ii n ot i n i u ni IS 1 Mason 21 1 Cily TOTALS 1.1 8 MJ Scorn by Barters: MASON CITY ...... I. C. ACADEMY ---- 0 Free throws missed: I. C. Academy 13. Krferee: rhll "Pop" Thurlle (Iowa). Mason City high school's Little Mohawks walloped Immaculate Conception academy of Charles City 33 to 8 in a Friday nighi game as Fred Stoecker slapped in seven goals d u r i n g the last h a l f U: lead the altack. The youngslcr? held Iho visitors lo only two goals GAZETT Pastor Bicycles Away From Louis to Lose YOUNG JOE SET OR MAYBE NOT? Hasn't Received Contract, Says Star; It's Sent, Says Yank Office. SAN FRANCISCO, (/Pj--Mystery surrounded young Joe Di Mafigio and his 1937 New York Yankees conlract Saturday. The San Francisco crab fisherman's son who rocketed to fame as a rookie outfielder last year denied he was a holdout simply because "I haven't received my contract yel." Ed Barrows, business manager of the American league club, said in New York Friday that Di Maggio's contract, unsigned, had been received but he refused to say what the club had offered nor how much Joe asked. Barrows said he sent out all Yankee contracts 10 days ago. Other members of the Yankees living in this section admitted receipt of. their contracts but Joe maintained he hasn't seen his yet. "I know it sounds funny," he said, "but that's the truth." Di Maggio wouldn't reveal how much lie would ask for 1S37 but last week he remarked he would not sign for less than $17,500, nearly twice the amount he received in 193G. Charles City Court Five Beats Butters CHARLES CITY -- The Corn Country butter basketball team of Mason City hit a snag here Friday night. Although the visitors led at half time 20 to 17, the Oliver A. C. played the Mason City players off their feet in the last half to win 41 to 34. Hahn and Dugan for the Olivers led the attack with 16 and 13 points respectively, while Johnson, for the visitors, had 10 points. THE BOXSCORE CORN- co'Tjiv-- :u IIOLIVER--- u f e f l r r l r ft U nf 1 ^ ^ i l l n h l i f ft -2 :t 3Jct:imnier f :l ' :! II ( f l l u f . i t , c ir I - I "i L i n i l a i n a n p I I '- '' I f M l l l l c r g I .lohiison I'aul r Anderso Lee jr TOTALS i: Score Ijy n i i a r i r r s : CORN COUNT11Y . . . . . O L I V E R . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Free Ihrow.s m i s n e d : Olrvrr n. Itercrce: ,To]in Lynch TOTALS 1 5 1 I'J . Ii Corn 17 :tl II Country t), Charles City Takes Cresco High Tussle CRESCO-- Charles City high school defeated Cresco in a Northeast Iowa conference basketball game Friday night, 38 to 1 as Ortman, w i t h nine points, and Walton, with eight, led the Comets. The Davenport Whealics, with Simmons, former all-state prep star, ami Champlin, a high school ace at Cresco, defeated the Panthers 52 to 33. Prescious scored nine points and Wengcr eight for the Panthers, while Simmons goaled 22. Osage High Wins in Two Court Contests H I C E V I L L E -- O s a g e high school's cagers swamped Riceville here Friday night, 55 to 22, and took a,reserve contest, 29 to 24. Lang Jed the first learn with 14 points, while Hughct scored IB, and Wilkes led Riceville with stx. Drew led the Osagc reserves with five points, and Hewett scored four for the home five. Kanawha High Takes League Cage Tussle K L E M M E -- Kanawha high school's cagers defeated Klemmc 3G to 25 here Friday night as Ycakel scored 14 points. .Torgenson scored eight to lead Klemmc. The teams were tied, 15-15 at the half. Carpenter High Has Ede in Two ge n wo ghts CARPENTER -- Carpenter high school defeated L i t t l e Gcdnr in Friday night basketball doubleheader, the first Learn winning 2,1 to 8 and the reserves t a k i n g an to 5 contest. Eaglets Win Close Test With Clarion EAGLE GROVE--Clarion lost a low scoring cage game to Eagle Grove 14 to 12 Friday night. Eagla Grove's wrestlers defaulted to Iowa Falls' mat squad. Mat Results if ir; n srimoi, l; I nr1 H o i l s r If;, Jlantpl Iowa Athletic Board to Hire Coach in Few Days Schroeder Ready to Make Report, of Talk With Madison Bell. IOWA CITY, (/P)_From Ihe travelog presented by its Athletic Director E. G. Schroeder and Chairman C. M. Updegraff, the University of Iowa athletic board may hire a football coach Sunday or Monday. Professors Updegraff a n d Schroeder returned here Saturday after respective journeys to the eastern coast and the stale of Tsxas. Diaries of their travels are expected to provide the board information which will enable members to fill the job vacated by Ossie Solem Dec. 29. It is believed that shorter travel report of. Director Schroeder will command foremost attention, since it will include a detailed account of conservation with Matty Bell of Southern Methodist university. Professor Updegraff's travelog will be longer but it may be less definite. It should contain notes on interviews with Irl Tubbs o£ Miami university, Fla., and Dutch Bergman ot Catholic university, at Washington, D. C., with Eddie Anderson of Holy Cross and Jimmy Crowlcy of Fordham in New York. Once Ihe rcpurls are heard and digested, il is believed the board will act quickly. Observers here think the recommendation of the board will be submitted to President Eugene A. Gilmore Tor approval immediately after Sunday's meeting and that the announcement will be made within the next two or three days. Northwestern, Boone Take Friday Round, Tussle for Loop Crown. Vi; CKttiVKllEXCK MELT A L K s t l i c r v i l l c r i l l l l A Y IIICSUI.TS I-'orl D i i l l s c :····; Webster C i t y ST. l;omir :M; ICrnmcUliurfj in. Kurllnvc.stcrii I I : f c s t h e r v i l l c ;H. llmmc ~ r l : K u r l D n i l g c :|!I. SATUJtDAl' GAiMIJS X:llll-- C o n s n l a l i o n . 'J:UU-- Cliam|iiuji!,]ii[i. ESTHERVILLE -- Fort Dodge nosed out Webster City in one ol. the hottest games of the Hawkeye conference junior college bask ball tournament here Friday, winning 32 to 27 after Webster Citj had held a comfortable lead until the final period. Boone and Emmelsburg put on an equally torrid battle, tying the score five times in the last eight minutes before Boone won 3£ to 34. Eslbcrvi lie's Wolves lost to the giant Northwestern five, -II to :il in a hard semifinal contest, while Fort Dodge proved an easy victim for Boone in a 51 to 39 session, setting Boone in the title game. Orchard High Takes Pair of Cage Games O T R A N T O -- Orchard high school won 33 to 12 in a preliminary game and took a first team contest, 36 to 17 in two high school basketball tills here. The local junior high team won 19 to 'I at St. Ansgar. DODGERS' WINS -owboys Grapplcrs Gel Win by 20-16 in Tough Mat Dual Friday Night. CLARION. The Clarion Cowboy wrestling .squad decisively de- 'ealcd Fort Dodge by a score of 20 to 1C in a dual meet here Friday night. It was the second straight defeat of the Dodgers by the Cow- joys in as many years. The Cow- Joys last year stopped the three year winning streak of the Dodgers and Friday night spoiled the Dodgers chances of an undefeated season in 1037. The match was a thriller from start lo finish with every weight strongly contested. The Kirstein- Bnlcs match in the 105 pound class was the outstanding match of the evening. These boys were all over the mat, using hold in the book. Kirslcin won the contest with a substantial time advantage. In the 13.T pound class Morford, Clarion, hist year's slate champion in Ibis division, won a clean vie* lory over Kuhn, Fort Dodge, the 193B slate chamipon in the 125 pound class. THE S U R I M A K Y «r--Thitrsoii T I ) ) clpclsionc[l 11. M e . onmmli ( C l , X:Vt. a.---Hell 1C) ilccMlMldl M u c e k ( I ' l l ) llr--Kirs'lclM (C) i l c t i s l c r u r d Hales ( I ' D ) . 115-- M c O t l n n c l i (i; ileefslimei mines ( I ' l l ) . l:.'l. ':r-- M n l i l (I'D) l l i r c w Blackmail (C) li::ill. ]:;S -- IMnrrtirtl f C ) ilCL-ibitmcil I v l i l n i ( F I D , ^:lf.*.. ltr_[.,a;icscm ( I ' D ) t h r e w Annmir (C) 1") --Tniifcr (O) Z:z:s. |iir--CampliM I FID. «: HMVJ---Kvsiii! ( I ' l l ) - [lecif,ionc1 Sh;iri t. (C) riccisimi Northwood High Has. Edge in Court Game N O R T H W O O D--Norlliwood high school walloped Forest City, 32 to 20, in a North Iowa conference basketball game here Friday night, getting away to an 18 to 7 lead at Hie hall after a close opening period. Hove and Mueller went out on fouls in the f i n a l period, and Forest City scored 11 points of its total in the session. Ted Nelson, Viking captain led the attack with 1.4 points, while Indvick led the Indians with 8. Both teams wasted free throws, NorIhwood missing seven oC nine, while Forest City missed 10 oC 15. Butler County Cage Squads Halve Tests ALLISON -- Allison and Dumon'. high school divided a pair of Friday basketball gniucs here, the home first team h i k i n g an 18 lo 14 game as Rccnls scored nine points to lead Ihc attack. Barlow's five counlers topped Dumonl. The Dumonl reserves nosed out Allison 22 to 21 as Miller eounteil eight poinls and Folkcrs had seven for Allison. Goldfield Preps Win in Corwith Contest GOLDFIELD--Goldfield look a cloublcheadcr Friday night ns the varsity won from Corwilh's first string 33 to 32 in a ballgame marked by its even score. The Goldtjelcl second team won from the Corwith subs 2G to 15. Garner, Britt Win and Lose in Tilts BRITT--Garner and Britt split Iwo games here Friday night, with the Britt varsity w i n n i n g 21 to If), w h i l e the Garner second learn look a 22 lo 12 decision from the Britt Ventura Cagers Win From Fertile Preps VENTURA -- Ventura's c a g e representatives handed Fertile a double defeat Friday night, the varsity winning 23 to 21 while the second stringers won from Fertile's second team 15 to 12. Woden Wins Double Game in Cage Loop WODEN --Hayfield fell before the onslaught of two Woden nuin- tel.s Friday n i g h t , Ihc Woden v.ir- sily w i n n i n g 3-1 in 14 ami the Woden .second Icam w h i p p i n g Ihc Hayfield subs 25 to 5. Buffalo Center Has Win Over Lion Five CLEAR L A K E -- B u f f a l o Cenler high school defeated Clear Lake 1'i to H in a North Town conference basketball game Friday night. while Marshall and Swift of Mason City beat the Brill Hottentots 38 lo 20 in a second contest. Goodell Team Winner Over Lake Hoopsters GOODELL -- With Boiler and Dennis leading the attack, Goodell high school defeated Crystal Lake ·12 (o 13 Friday night in a Seven Eagles conference basketball game. The local aces scored 14 to 10 poinls, respectively. Jilek was best for the Lakers. The Goodell reserves won, 17 lo n. Cage Scores J U N I O R COLLEGE MASON CITY 41; Luther Reserves 25 Slate Teachers Froih III; M a r s / i u l l t o u 1 1«. A l b i a 21; U i i r l i n g l c n l!». Knchcslcr, M i n n . , ^: \Vauk nn '41, Cracclanil |Si Crcslini JW. L'JiarElou 5:t; C c n t c r i - i l l c :i?». n i c i i S C H O O L .MASON' (MTV ( I . i d l e M u h i i w k s ) It:t; I. C'- A. (Cileries J i t v ) «. 1 I O I . Y T A M I I . Y 'J7-HH I v r i i s H t :::-!!, r i y m n u l l i ;i!i-f.'; ^ l i l c h c l l ' J I - l ' I . U n i i s R l l :a-l!i; L i l L r n r r £ I - M . ·; I : ttr ntl I K S h o f f i c M Alc.v.imlcr I ) -I I ; l l l - I K K i r L s ) . Fin y d 2 K - I I ; M n r t i l r H n c k Ui-l:», lifixvs -17- 1-"; I'opejny 'iiM!i. Cociloll 1^-17; C r y s t a l Lake llf-H. K n n a v v f i a ;i(i; Itlcmme :M. Tin [falo C e n t e r I I ; Clear L a k e I I , Ciirpcnlcr 23-11: Little Cnlnr 8-3, Allison 1 8 -Ml : l U t m n n t ] l-v!'..'. Inwa F a l l s U(i-:VJi Webster ( J j l y y^i- O S H R C ftS-ll; tticcvillc :!'!-'* I. C'l.irksviHc :t:»-^;t; A p l i n R i m i tn-i;. C l u r l e s C i t y S«: Crr-urn I. Runnier ^It-'^lt; Nashua 17-1 1. -.NctriMvntxi :t'; Torcsl Clly ?\\. A r h l r y :!7; Truer I I . TaRlc Grove I I ; C l a r i o n I'l. B r i l l 21-l'!i G a r n f c r l!!-^. K n l f U i c l i I lU-MC; CorwilK :^-1.1. Chaji In '2 \ -2K- I ; G enc va 1 1 -1','t- 12, Ventura a:i-l,'i; F e r t i l e LM-1'J, A V a v c r l y i l ; OcHvoin 17. I t n o s c v c K (Cellar Kaiutls) ;{.'.; W a l c r l o o Wesl 2,T. K n i i n r t s h u r c IS: -Spirit Lake '.t. K s l h c r v i l l c :Ks Central ( S I o i i v C i t y ) 2,1. -St. A n a c n r : i t - l ^ ; Ituchtnnl H-lM. Thorn [«im ^7-Ifi; M n u l y ^ 1 - 1 1 . \Vrxl en :n-jr ; i i a y t i c h l it*.'.. It »(lrn:t u = i » » l i : .SI. Cecilia's Alj;utia) ' West U n i n 'J8; - Mcc ali Cadets Knot League Race as Lynx Fall Iowa Falls Cagers Win to Take Share of Lead in North Central. IOWA FALLS--Iowa Falls higl school defeated Webster City :!! lo 35 lo tie for first place in the North Central conference Frida night, as Sanlce and Schullz cacl counted up a dozen poinls. Shel- Ion, all-state pivot man for tin Lynx, scored Ifi. The Iowa Falls reserves woi 32 lo 15 as Sincox scored 1 points. Popejoy Wins, Loses With Dows High Five I'OPKJOY--Popc.joy high school divided a pnir of b a s k e t b a l l gamop; w i t h Dows Friday night, Ihr local girls winning Ifl lo 15, while Ihe Dows boys won 37 to 20. Diamond Bread Wins Laker Court Contest L A K E MILLS--Diamond Bread of Mason City defeated Lake Mills in a Friday night basketball game, 46 to 25, outclassing the home team all the way. The Bakers let! 17 to 5 al Ihc h a l f in the f.ist and rough contest H u m - phrey led the Mason C i l y a n s w i t l i M pnmls, w h i l e Coving scored eight for Lake Mills. Sumner High Victor in Rough Cage Test NASHUA--Sunnier high school defeated Nashua, 23 lo 17, in ;v rough and tumble basketball batllc here Friday, four men leaving the game on fouls, while four olhou: bad three each. Meier led the winners with n i n e poinlf, and the visitors went on to win after Nashua had tied the score at 1313 in the third period. The Sumner reserves won 20 lo 11. 8 KEEPS OUT OF DANGER BUT OSES DECISION Slays Wilh Louis All Way as Crowd Hoots; Dusky Boy Lands One Sockcr. l»,v V A U L iUlCKELSON NEW YORK, (.]}--Behind an xhibition ot open field running hal easily eclipsed his backfield performances on the football 'ield, Bob Pastor Saturday was 'amous in Ihe light world as the ' i f i h man, excepting Max Schmcl- ng, to go the limit ot a light wilh 'Killer" Joe Louis. The ex-New York university 'ullback excelled the immortal cats of Red Grange and (editor, fill in the name of your own fav- T O i ' i l c football i h c i o here) tc i gain his distinction, running and staying the distance but losing the decision as most ot 18,804 excited spectators roared wilh delight and not a lew boocs. Pastor, j u s t out of the preliminary ranks iind a short end- cr at 10 to 1, LOUIS was lolcl to fight (lie kind of a battle he fought before the surprised crowd, including Louis' handlers, at Madison Sqiiiirc Garden. Outweighed 24 Vi pounds and engaging in his first big fight against the ring's most notorious bad man, he maneuvered flawlessly. Except for an occasional flurry and a few well limed punches, he circled and back-pedaled the en- lire 10 rounds as Louis, bewildered and angry, chased and missed him. Only a halt dozen real punches were landed and Louis said he was able "to'ride home only one--a hard left that blasted Pastor's collarbone. Pastor smeared the Bomber a few bill nl no time did he stun Louis, though he did distress him at limes by jabbing his t h u m b s i n t o Hie Bomber's eyes and by two nicely executed rights to nose. Sheffield High Wins in Two Court Fights SHEFFIELD -- Sheffield high school be;il Belinond, 24 (o IB, in a Friday night basketball game, w h i l e the local reserves and girls divided two contests with Alexander. Alexander won M to 10 from the boys while the girls look an 18 lo 14 decision. Hansell Wins Three Friday Night Games HANSELL -- Hansell won three basketball games Friday night, with Latimcr and Hampton the victim of Ihc clean sweep. lian- scll's boys' quinlel won from Lati- mcr 33 to 21, the Hansell girls defeated the Hampton girls 36 to 21, and Hanscll's second string girls' team won from Lnlimcr's varsity girls team 1!) lo 11. Floyd Halves lests With Rocket Cagers MARBLE HOCK--Floyd high school shot its way lo n 2ft lo 1C basketball decision over Marble Rock here Friday night, with the local reserves winning in a 19 to 11 preliminary game. Clarksville Victor in Basket Contests C I. A R K S VILLE-- Clarksvillc high school defeated A p l i n g l o n in two b a s k e t b a l l games here Friday ni.Shl, w i n n i n g a fii-sl team contest 3f lo 18 and I n k i n g n 23 (o fi p r e l i m i n a r y . Donkey Scrap Listed at Manly High Court MANLY--A donkey basketball game, scheduled here Monday evening, will be played between local teams, wilh the proceeds going to the athletic .fund. Ackley High Winner in Traer Cage Test ACKLKV---\cklry hifi'h .school defeated Trarr.17 lo M in tin Imva- Ceci;u' league game at Tranr Friday night. the Four Schools Tussle for Kossuth Laurels K O S S U T I I C O U N T V J I K K T Al A l s o r i i I r i i l a y l l w u l u -- class II I'cillim »:i; U ' h i U r m m r !.l. Luncrnck !lt: l l a n r r n f t n. .-ipnirra III; 1Vi»lny '.I. l . n v c r n r . :jo; I.ntyant ·!·;. S . n t n r t l n y G a m e s , l l - i s s I ! S r n . i f i i K , ! , . Class A -- S \ v c n Cily vs. A t c m u . ALGONA-- Ken Ion, Lonerock, Seneca ami Luvenic high schools advanced lo Ihe semifinal round in Class B al llic Kossulh county baskelball tournament F r i d a y . Swca City will play Algona in Class A nntl (he Finalists will complete their tourney route Monday. The Kossuth county girls will also end Iheir tournament Monday. Rodman High Victor Over Algona Cagers A L G O N A -- Rod man h i g Ii school's basketball teams ([created St. Cecelia's of Algona in two games here Friday night, the boys winning 28 lo 24, while the girls took a 47 to 20 contest. Rodman h;is been dofenlcd n n l y once, while Ihe local boys have- now lost two cnntcsls in 1 1 games. Douglas led the w i n n i n g attack will) 10 poinls, while Carney scored 12 and Phis-sen 10 for tin:: home five. Capesius led the local girls wilh 10 poinls, while Bales scored 24 for Rodman. Plymouth High Takes Game, Revises Dates PLYMOUTH--Plymouth high school won a Twin Hivcr conference basketball grime with Milchell, 30 to 21 Friday night, while Die local reserves look n 42 lo 12 cle- cLsion. The Plyinoulli-Rockfni'tl conference game, scheduled lo Feb. 12 has been ninvcd to K u t u r r l i i y niglil bniTiuse of » c o n f l i c t in rlatcs with Ihc Floyd county tournament. St. Ansgar Winner Over Rockford Five R O C K F O R D -- St. Ansgar downed Rockford 34 to 14 Friday night, and the Rockford seconds won from the St. Ansgar reserves 24 to 12. For St. Ansgar Vedder and Woll were outstanding while for Unckford Lnhr played one of the best couil games. A D D I T I O N A L SPORTS ON PAGE 14

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