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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. FEBRUARY 1 H 1937 NINEr TROJANS, BAKERS PLAY TUESDAY SCRAPS JAYSEE BATTLE OUT of the PRESSBOX By Al Mitchell---JOHN DECIDES NOT TO ENTER TOURNEY J o h n Montague, mysterious "Paul Bunyan" of the fairways, will not play in the national amateur golf tournament this year ... . or any other year . . . which should ease the minds of jittery niblick nickers who thought he would. The authority is the obscure Mr. Montague himself . . . the shadowy Hollywood wizard ol golf who can belt a bird off a telephone wire at 175 paces with a brassie shot , . . and has been known to strike a match, gripped in a caddie's teeth, with a full mashie swing. ;* v t . The word does not come direci, because nothing comes direct from this curious athlete who strides the fairways like a legend, playing with strange comrades at early dawn and in the gathering dusk, and who ... on the word of many experts ... is a greater golfer than Bobby Jones was in his palmiest day. "I don't care for tournament golf and I have no intention of playing in any tournaments," the mystery man told his bosom pals in the seclusion of his club. * s s And it was also his own business, he added for the benefit o[ eaves-dropping reporters, if lie wanted to do "all the crazy tilings they write about me . . . even it they are true." Montague combination of superman and trickster . . . kept to himself until the story of how he licked Bing Crosby in a golf match using R rake, a shovel and a baseball bat . . . crept into the public prints a few months back, si * * CROSBY GIVES UP Ke bet Bing five dollars he could beat him with that equipment. He lined a 300-yard drive into a trap with the fungo b a t . . . shoveled it out to within a couple of yards of the hole with his spade, and canned the putt . . . using the butt end of the rake for a billard cue. Crosby gave up. .11 V :* · Then . . . there is the yarn about Knocking the crow off the telephone wire. He was standing on the tenth tee at Fox Hills, west of Los Angeles, waiting lor a foursome ahead to drive off. a * o . "See. those birds on the lele- J phone wire?" he said. "Watch me pick--Off the- one farthest to the right." He teed up an old ball, snaked out his brassie and whacked a full drive. The ball hit the bird on the right in the neck: . . . snapping off his head. c * 9 Another time, in the drawing room of a home in Heno, he laid a box of matches on the head of a sleeping spaniel pup and knocked it off twice with a driver . . . without waking the dog. Montague's drives are legendary. On the famous pebble beach course near Del Monte, Cal., where Bobby Jones awed his gallery in the national amateur in 1929 by reaching the 550-yard fourteenth green with two shots . . . Montague overdrove the green-with his second by 50 yards. He was asked once it he had ever been on the famous "river hole" at his own lakeside . . . 550 yards with a 100-yard carry over water up to the green . . . in two shots. "No," -Montague replied. "I've never been on that green in two. But I've been 30 yards over it." S *J 3 JOURNAL TIP CLAMPS LID ON BETTING An "authoritative tip" that Jce Louis would win his fight with Bob Pastor in 10 rounds Friday n i g h t put a halt to betting in the Minneapolis loop. "5 =? * Friday afternoon, six hours before the fight, the Minneapolis Journal published this story: "T,'.ie heavyweight fight between Joe Louis and Bob Pastor in Madison Square Garden will result in a decision in favor of Louis after 10 rounds of fighting. There will be no knockout. This is the information carried in an authoritative tip sent into the Minneapolis loop. It put a stop to wagering which had been brisk earlier in the day." * * » The Journal said its informant explained "the new .policy is required because the last trick of ballyhoo has been exhausted in building up opponents for Louis and there would be no basis for a buildup for the next fight if Louis blasted 1 the ballyhoo by winning decisively." TO SEE WOLVES IN LOCAL COURT Diamond Bread to Play in Second Game With Ace Tractor Hoopers. PUOBABLE LINEUPS MASON CITY ESTHEnVILtE STARR O, W a r r i n g t o n SUTHERLAND . Coach Usher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . '·«'« O M i l l e r S h c t k l r r (i I'almcr TI.Ml:: 5:1.1, T U E S H A V n i g h t . T-I.ACE: M a s o n Cily hlth school. K E F K R R E : Arlhnr 'Hewlett ( C o c ) . Continuing their long stay at home, due lo be broken this weekend, Mason City junior college's Trojans will meet tough jaysee competition Tuesday night when they take on Elmer Starr's Esther- yille Wolves. at the local high school court. The junior college game will go on at 7:45, to allow Diamond Bread's Bakers to meet the Oliver Tractors o£ Charles City in a second contest. The Tractors defeated the Bakers, 28 to 23, in a previous meeting at Charles City. Estherville, loser to Fort Dodge in the consolation contest at the Hawkeye conference tournament, held on its' own court, has nevertheless racked up six victories this season. The Wolves have beaten Eagle Grove, 33 to 23 and 36 to 20; they also have defeated Cherokee, Sheldon, Worthinglon, Minn., and Northwestern of Orange Cily. It was Hie gigantic Northwestern team that won the Hawkeye cage meet, however, i'ubbing out the old defeat by gaining a decision over the Wolves *in a semifinal game. The Wolves have also lost to Nettleton Business college of Sioux Falls, S. Dak. N'western Wins HAWKEYE MEET At K s l l i c r v i M c CHAMPIONSHIPS N'lTESTEKX--11 IDOOXE--;» IS tt pt| M. Kraai f 1 1 0 ItTliarnicreii t ;. V'bcrc I I II l|Snyi!cr f H. Kraai r, I I l|1!ro;i!eil c E n p i n k c i, j i]Eu;:erton K fnlierson 5 If H pt t II I ^ o :i :l o (l 0 o 1 1 TOTALS I I I :i 1 Score nl half: Bo lie -0; Northwestern O f l i c l a l s : tletcrrc. Yotin Moincs: umpire. Irv Xelsoi, of Spencer. CONSOLATION Furl Dodje 31; Esthcrville 1!8. ESTHERVILLE -- Northwestern junior college won the Hawkeye junior college tournament here Saturday night, defeating Boone 41 to 23, in the final round. Merlin Kraai, forward, collected 22 points for the winners and Schroeder scored 14 points for Boone. Boone led at the half, 20 to 17, but could not hold back a Northwestern scoring spree in the second half. In the consolation game, Fort Dodge downed .Estherville Junior college, 32 to 28. Gillespie with 10 points, took high honors for the winners. Reynolds and Palmcr were high for the losers. North Iowa Club to Hold Meeting at Y The North Central Iowa Rod and Gun club will hold its February meeting at the Mason City Y. M. C. A. Tuesday night, it was announced by Secretary Lcs Valentine. An oyster stew and another club fox hunt will be planned. Hoosiers Win 34th in Wrestling List BLOOMINGTON, ( U P ) -- I n d i - ana university won its t h i r t y - f o u r t h consecutive dual wrestling meet Saturday, defeating Chicago 20 to 6. The Hoosiers dropped only two time decisions. Ice Hockey HOCKED Hy UNITED TRESS KAllONAL LEAGUE Detroit Red Wings 2; Boston Bruins T. Montreal Ma room 2; Chicago Black- hawks It Montreal Canariiens 3; New Y o r k A m e r i c a n s !2 ( n v r r t h n i * ) . A M K f l l C A . V ASSOCIATION' Kamux CHy ."! SI. Paul ». 3!|un:f.ipnli* :i: S t . l.nui* ^. /N'TER.YATIO.N'.U, A M E R I C A N Cleveland ,1; Syracuse i. - Plymouth. High Has Top Place in Loop PLYMOUTH --Plymouth high school kept its undefeated, lead position in the Twin River basketball conference Salurday night by healing Rockford in a local game, 19 to 11, as Helm led the home boys to victory after trailing 4 to 1 at the half. · The Rockford reserves won 21 to 1(5, Hampton Indies Win in Dumont Contests DUMONT--The Hampton Independents defeated Dumont 33 to 27 here. The Hampton reserves defeated Dumont 26 to 17. Oklahoma Ags Fight to Hold League Top DES MOINES, (#)--The problem of stopping the rampaging O k l a h o m a Aggica entered the serious stage Monday wilh Coach Henry Iba's team far out in f r o n t in the Missouri Valley basketball race. The Aggies have won four straight games and are likely to run their streak to six this week. They play Grinnell at Stillwater first and Washburn, last place team, will furnish what opposition it can Saturday night at Topeka. Cage Scores SCHOOL i I. c. A. HnosRvrn (Cellar Rapid*) I f f ; N'nr 'llantptrtn IT. Itliltrivjy rtt-IO; fnrl A t k i n s o n 1,%-l'J. riymouth IS-IC; Rockroril 11-31. GAZE! Braddock to Defend Crown Against Louis? Iowa to Talk to Coaches Thursday About Grid Job * Hawkeye Post Open to But Three After Session of Sporls Board. KANSAS FLYER CUTS RECORDS Cunningham Runs to Swift New Mark in Boston's Prout Contests. By EARNEST BAKCELLA United Press Staff Correspondent BOSTON, Mass., (UP)--Coming f r o m - b e h i n d in the last lap Glenn Cunningham of Kansas, outsped Indiana's Don Lash to the tape by six yards Saturday night to set a new Boston indoor record of 4 minutes 11.9 seconds in the K. of C. mile at the Prout Memorial games here. Gene Venzke, former Penn star was third, Charles Fenske of AVis- consin, f i f t h , and Archie San Romani of Emporia Slate Teachers' college, fourth. The previous local indoor record was 4:14.4, made by Venzke in last year's B. A. A. games. Long-legged Johnny Donovan of Dartmouth, twice equalled the world's indoor record as he won the 45-yard high hurdles at the Prout Memorial games before an estimated 13,000 at the garden. Donovan I. C.-4A champion in lhat event, covered the distance in 5.8 seconds in winning a preliminary heat and duplicated the mark in the final. The record originally was made by another Dartmouth ace, Month Wells, in 1927. Misfortune cost Sam Allen of Oklahoma Baptist university, national indoor champion, a runner- up spot after he, too, had tied the world mark in a semifinal heat. Allen tripped on the second and third hurdles and went sprawling. He finished last in a field of four, Hay McClaughlin of Boston talcing second, and William Schmidt of Harvard, third. CAGERS SCRAP AT TOP STRIDE 25 Games on Schedule With Exams Over, State List for Week Indicates. DES MOINES, (/I 1 )--Basketball returns to its full stride on the collegiate front in Iowa this week after a brief lull because of semester examinations. Twenty-five games are on the schedule. The University back into action of Iowa gets against North I O W A CITY, (XP)--The University of Iowa's month-long search for a football coach ncarcd the end Monday as the athletic board made plans for personal interviews Thursday with its three favorite candidates. Matty Bell of Southern Methodist, Arthur (Dutch) Bergman of Catholic university and Irl Tiibbs of Miami (Fla.) university will come here for final talks with Iowa officials. The trip was selected by the board's sifting committee after Chairman C. M. Updegraff and Athletic Director E. G. Schroeder TUBES READY CORAL GABLES, Fla., (UP) --Coach Irl Tubbs of the University of Miami saicl Sunday night he had received an invitation lo go to Iowa City for an interview on the possibility of becoming licatl football coach at the University of Iowa. "I will accept the invitation, but I have not decided yet when I will leave," Tubbs said. reported their findings on a five- day tour of the country to sound out prospective candidates. The entire board met here Sunday and approved the calling of the favored three to Iowa City. Although Ihe board professed lo have no favorite among the three coaches, Bell was listed unofficially as the most likely choice if he wants the position Ossie Solera vacated lo accept a similar job at Syracuse university. Lilscs Iowa's Offer. Bell, who took his Southern ·Methodist' Muslangs to the Rose .Bowl in 1835, made a decidedly favorable impression upon Director Schroeder who interviewed the southwestern coach at Dallas last week. Bell admitted he was greatly interested in the Iowa proposition. U would mean an increase in salary, for he would get no less than 57,500 at Iowa compared with his present $4,200 salary. Tubbs, who developed Ernie Nevers, Stanford's all-America fullback, at Superior, Wis., high school, will leave Miami tomorrow. He was interviewed by Chairman Updegraff at Washington, D. C., last week. Bergman is Satisfied. Chairman Updegraff also talked wilh Bergman while in the capital city. The former Notre Dame star said last night he has accepted the board's invitation to the Thursday conference. He declared he was "well satisfied" at Dakota Wednesday night at Iowa Cily in a n on-conference game. ?, at ! 10 . lic ]univel ' s ,' l - y but would be The Hawkeyes will play Indiana G ADDIS IS OUT? IOWA CITY, (UP)--Walley Gaddis, Dunkerton, University of Iowa basketball star, has been declared ineligible for second semester competition because he failed to pass Spanish. Gaddis, who thrilled Iowa basketball fans during his high school career, is second highest scorer on the University o£ Iowa team this year. He has r u n g up, 79 points so far this season. There was a slight possibility Gaddis may be able to clear up his scholastic difficulties. He was being groomed for a guard position for the North Dakota game, Wednesday. glad to discuss the Iowa proposition. Meanwhile at Dallas Southern Methodist officials planned to make every effort lo retain Bell. If the emergency should arise, the officials declared they would do all in their power to keep the popular Texan at Southern Methodist. in a Big Ten clash at Iowa Cily Saturday night and will attempt to avenge a four-point defeat by the Hoosiers last semester. Iowa fans will get a chance lo see the crack Kansas university team when the Jayhawks play Iowa State at Ames Friday night in a Big Six contest. Another major attraction that night will be the Drake-Creighton clash al DCS Moines. Morningside, undefeated in the North Central conference, runs into certain trouble this week-end when the Maroons b a t t l e North Dakota State gnd North Dakota on foreign courts. The North Dakola teams also have not lost a conference game. Grinnell has three Missouri Valley games this week. The Pioneers meet the Oklahoma Aggies tonight, Tulsa university Tuesday and Washington university Saturday. Carleton's Iowa invasion to tackle Cpe and Cornell, Friday and Saturday, respectively, features the midwest conference program. , Luther, Iowa conference leader, entertains Central, 1936 champion, at Decorah in the top attraction of 12 state loop contests this week. HUSKERS SURPRISE LINCOLN, (/P)_The Nebraska wrestling team surprised the Bis Six conference mat circles here Salurday holding (he Iowa Stale m a t m e n lo a H to-14 tie. State Maples Tourney Sees Leaders Skid Des Moines Aces Move Into First Place; Locals to Get Final Chances. DES MOINES, (/P)--The leaders were shuffled in several divisions of the state bowling tournament Monday after 16 hours of rolling Sunday by crack teams from all parts of the state. Kenneth Barker and Harry Porter of Des Moines, shooting on the late doubles shift, moved into first place in the two-man event with 1,294 pins. They replaced another DCS Moines dua, Fred Daniels and Buck Sonner, who made 1,253 pins last week. The first place occupants in the other divisions were unchanged But there were several changes in the first few positions. Hcrm C r i n n g a n of Fnvt Dodge got 704 pins to p u i l next to Hubc R a i n w a t e r of Des Moiues in Ihc singles, r t n i n w a l e r leads with 71B. The Golden Grain Bell team of Walerloo knocked over 2,798 pins for sixth place in the team standings. The Heck Ross Clothiers of Des Moines 'continued to set the pace with their 3,027. Crinnigan stepped into third place in the all-events with 1,933. Rainwater kept his first place with 1,988. The tournament will end nexl Sunday when Mason City, Davenport and Boone bowlers take the alleys. CORNELL FROSII WIN MT. VERNON, W|--The Cornell college f r e s h m a n brisk el b a i l team whipped Ihe Coe frosli, 32 lo 15 here S a t u r d a y night. JUNE BOUT MAY SHOVED OUT OF MAX'S DATES Schmelmg's Contract Sticks Works Unless Garden Will Re-Open It. By JACK CUDDY United Press Staff Correspondent NEW YORK, (UP)--James J. Braddock has agreed lo defend his world heavyweight title against Joe Louis at Soldier field, Chicago, in June for a guaranteed $500,000 or 50 per cent of the net gate. Braddock's manager, Joe Gould, explained that the Soldiers field boul is expeclcd to dra,w close to $2,000,000 and hence the champion prefers to meet Louis in Chicago rather than go through with the scheduled June bout in New York with Max Schmeling of Germany. Gould saicl he and the champion had accepted the offer of Sheldon Clark, vice president of the Sinclair Oil company, who plans to promote the bout in co-opcralion with Mike Jacobs of New York's 20th Century club. Was Co-Promoter. Clark was a co-promoter wilh Tax Richard in the big Dempscy- Tunney title fight at Chicago, and a co-promoter with Mike Jacobs in the Louis-King Levinsky bout at Chicago. Jacobs, who has Louis' services under contract, was in Chicago Monday, discussing the proposed 15-round cham'pionship brawl with Clark. However, Jacobs has not closed for Louis as challenger yet. The 20th Century promoter will not close for Louis until he has discussed the situation, witli Stanton Griffiths, chairman of Madison Square Garden's board of directors. Jacobs, who also has Schmcl- ing's services under contract, leased Schmeling last year to the Garden for one title. light againsl Braddock. But now, because o'J Ihe anti-nazi boycott and othei factors, Braddock and Gould positively refused to go through wilh the bout. Jacobs Plays Fair? 'Jacobs wants to play fair wilh the garden in the mailer, and it is possible that he will agree to lei Ihe garden in on Die profits of a September title fight wilh Schmeling in Berlin, Germany, if the garden makes no objections to the Chicago brawl. Jacobs il is understood, plans to have the Chicago winner defend the lille against Schmeling in Berlin. In addition to having the lease on Schmeling's services for one bout as challenger, the garden also claims to have Braddock under contract for his first title defense. Manager Gould claims that cou- o i 0 0 rt il [.i r ^ ' « " if .lark Nrlr ( I n y Hr ' - ii u-nickl.nif i n r n W. callntnn 1 a ii ij.iim N c t f i.f l l Hedratin I a n IliKosdick t a a a Herznc f n H n j S e l i n c l z c · -1 t ilaclrtfn c a i niAmtrrson 1. ColMon c (I t i j l t o b p r e I r. Peterson g 5 I llj Connor s II n 11] o*h r; 2 n j j lliclh £ u n -l\ TOTALS. ·-'« :i 1 1 ) TOTAt Score hy quarters: J D I I A W K S 1. C. A C A D K M V t'rcc throws mUscd: J u h a w k s |-;i"i Academy 'J. nctcrcc: Tuinljy. tract already is outlawed. But that the garden Jacobs knows might force postponement of the Chicago brawl by restraining orders, unless some agreement can be reached. CHICAGO FrGHT JUST ANOTHER PIPEDREAM? NEW YORK, (UP)--"Thai Chicago fighl is jusl another pipedream, said Jimmy Johnston, Madison Square Garden promoter when informed that Champion Braddock had accepted a 5500,000 offer to defend his tillc againsl Joe Louis al Soldiers field n June. "Listen--That fight hasn't a ghost of a chance to go through," Johnston continued. "We have an ran clad contract b i n d i n g Brad- douk to make his first defense for is. Braddock's manager, Joe jould, has been t r y i n g to break hat contract ever since he won lie title. But he hasn't been able to clo it. And he can't do it now. "I feel sorry for Braddock. He's i lovely fellow. But he is suffcr- ng from poor management. That's why he hasn't been able to make ·my money with the championship. No--that bout won't go through." Kossuth County to See Top Court Tilt KOSSUTH CO17NTV Mr.ET SF.MIFIN'Ar.S--class n I . n n r r o c k K M; rcnton K. J.iu-prn* :tl: Srnrca ?r*. S\vra City H; A l ? o n a l!l. Cln** n l.tlVfriir. I 1 !: f.onrrork '.'I. MO.vn.M" r ; A M i : s wr» : l l y v^. l . u v c r n c . ALGOK'A--Swca Cily, victor in Class A, and Luverne, Class B champion, advanced In meet in the final game of the Kossulh counly baskelball tournament when they took final contests in their divisions Saturday night. Record... Donkeys.. Johavvks Win, Tuesday to See Irish and Cutups Meet. IO H A W K S -- - X I !l. C. AC'ADK.HV--u it n pi Best Match Star St. Joseph's Johawks set a local prep school scoring record for the season Sunday when they wal- :oped Immaculate Conception of Charles City, 59 lo 14, on the southside basketball court. The Little Johawks also won, in n preliminary game, lil to 1G. Balek's nine field goals were the biggest individual total turned in during the basket-gelling onslaught, while Sehuetz of the MS itors caged two goals and four free tosses to lead his team. Chute slid Hcrzog uacli got thrco goals and a free throw in the first game of the program. FIGHTING IIUSII TO RIDE AGAINST CUTUPS The Fighting Irish will mount their four fiery steeds Tuesday night at the when the Rev St. Joseph's court. Bernard White, the Bowling CITF LEAGUE SCHEDULE Alley* S t O N O A V !-·--Tyltr-Hyan vf, Collajr f:ri]l-]llur It. '-*--Maple I n n vs. llnifh Davry and Son. ·f--ncckcr'j Plant vi. K o i y Knrncr. -S--Open. ·Mlryt T I T K S D A V I-'.'--llr:lrr-» O l t t r r v-.. SlnrlibrilX 1-1--CnMrn fllnw vi. DM Tlmrrv fi--Mnrxr l.mljre vs. HrrinAntnn luJry. R--Oprn. Rev. Kai-1 Kurt, the Rev. Francis J. McEnaney and the Rev. William Mullen oppose the Cultips in the first of Ihree donkey baskelball games. The games will begin al 8 o'clock "on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights. The Cutups are Dr. T. A. Nettleton, Dr. Don FitzGerald, Dr. Jay Houlahan and Dr. L,. T. Oldham. Wednesday nifiht, the Gallant Knights will joust with the Bronco Busters. Busting the broncos will be C. H. "Chuck" Leiman, Charles Gasswint, Ivan Barnes and Clayton "Chick" Sutherland. The gallant ones arc to be Charles Casey, Larry Mason, Leo Swcesy and Emmet V. Ryan. The winning teams will meet in the Thursday night contest. IDERSDEFEAT CHICK HOOPERS Need Four Periods lo Get Slim Edge Over NorlK Iowa Cage Team. NEW HAMPTON -- Hoosevell high school of Cedar Rapids needed four full quarters to nose out New Hampton here Saturday night 10 to 17. Carl Fjellman's second basket of the evening swished through the netting as the final gun was fired after New Hampton had led most of the game. ft was the ninth straight victory for the leaders of the Mississippi valley cage conference. The Carney brothers, Marry and Jerry, covered themselves with glory as Harry led the scoring wilh eight points. Jerry Carney al guard held Fjcllman, leading 'Sippi league scorer, lo two field sonls. The game al New Hampton concluded a two riay trip for the Rough Riders who trimmed Wc.n PREP SQUAD TO TRAVEL TO TILT AGAINST COMETS Charles City to Be Enemy in Second Contest of Current Season. PROBABLE LINEUPS MASON CITV CHAtlLES CITV GR1MSLEY Coach 11OYI.AN Wallace I-' . . . . . W a l t o n flclclirr r Itrimn Gorman C l l n r a n Wooil C l l n t M i i l l McKcniy ; Orlinan I I M K : 1:1.1. T I ' K S I I A V 1,1,1,1. 1'I.ACE: .Manii.il Arts. C'liarlrs cilr. MJI.SOII City high school's Mo- iwks will go on t h e road j u s l nee more, before they come back lome this week-end |o play Charles City's Comets on Tuesday night, at Charles Cily. It w i l l be he second meeting of the squads his season. If the second contest produces is odd a result as did the first, it vill be something for the record books. Mason City won 13 lo 11 when he teams played here a few weeks igo--won the game on Lcland -luff's shot, taken on the run a.s he Mason Cityan broke for the lasket and grabbed the ball from rv Hepner, on a post-position Play. It look an overtime period to iettle the argueml--but more odd ban that fact was another little tern. Neither team scored u n t i l he second period was pretty well aOne. Mason City has lost to Waterloo -nst, Austin, Minn., Davenport, Muscatine, and Albert Lea, Minn., while winning from Fort Dodge, bince the first meeting with the Comets. Charles City turned in another odd score last Friday night in the Morlheast Iowa conference, beat- .ng Cresco's Spartans 38 to 1, and las also defeated Nashua in the same league, as welt as Osage and St. Ansgar. The Comets lost one game to Cedar Falls. LAWSON LITTLE Waterloo 35 to 25 there n i g h t . THE BOX SCORE Friday f.vr.u' I ilAIMPTO.V--17 ,,.., I l l b l i n n I K y e r s o n t Fjcllman f Thayer c KermhMi o fireen K Hfnimel it T O T A L S Crfni-r: fr ri pti II n I l l f . Carncj- C -I n r t l M c I t n n r . f -^ II l|I,ars[n r. 4 1 ) qu'elgel it n n o;7. Carney jr " I) II! II II I] !l [ X TOTALS ~ K l r n b r i r i c c UVulern i f n pr n II n 1 y l fi , K Slate "Bur^hry worries/ 'mumr INSURE LITTLE WINNER OF COAST TEST Amateur Ace Takes Match Play Event After Run of Sourest Luck. SAN FRANCISCO, (UP)--Lawson Little," stocky dark-haired golfer who learned the game in a Chinese cemetery, proved himself the world's best match player anew Sunday by winning the GETS BIRDIE SAN FRANCISCO, (/P) _ Lawson Little shot a lot of birdies to win the n a t i o n a l match play open here, but on the fourth hole he shot an even rarer breed of fowl--a seagull. The former amateur king smacked n long drive off Ihc tee. Just as the ball slopped rolling a seagull swooped down and grabbed Ihe ball in Us beak. As it flapped away, it dropped Ihe pellet tour feet nearer the green. But Little didn't birdie the hole. He halved it in par four with Neil Christian, the runncrup. $5,000 San Francisco national match play open golf championship. Litlle defeated Neil Christian of Yakima, Wash,, in Ihc final match of Ihc seventh a n n u a l tournament here. The match went 20 holes before Litlle scored his triumph. A distinct disappointment in his former performances as a professional golfer, the one-time Stanford student and army officer's son who won the British and American amateur golf championships two years in a row, showed Take Mat Tussle Mason City high school won the first six matches of its Saturday afternoon wrestling match with Iowa' Training school ot Eldora, dropped a decision and a fall in the heavy end of the weights and won. 32 to 8. The Mohawks" pllea~up' a""ioial" of four falls during the match, and added four decisions to set their tofaJ. THE SUMMARY «3-- Ucchcr j r t h r e w mylnril ( I ) , »3--Waller ( . M ) Ilirciv W a l k e r ( 1 ) , 1110--.Volt (.11) tlccLsioiictJ Hubert Chria- Icnsen ( 1 ) , ,1:1,-,. IIS-- r.eovriRlit (.111 d n c l s f o i i c i l n o l l l n Lnrisleinrn ( I ) , ^:*v*. I'M--O. 'I'llDm|)snn ( M ) l l i r c w I l i i n n i l l n . 133--Cnll'cchU M ll.rc.. J I.V--Ilrou-n (I) ilrciiimn snti ( T i l ) . I;|H. 1.5,5-- Kinnr-li.nc ( M ) ilccl.iioneil q u rini Jii,---JloGraiv ( I ) t h r e w Tinyce (.Ml Elvy--Lcake (,M) ileci.ilunei! l.nvcll ( I ) , ·I °.'l I. Perkins ( I ) , cil J. T h n m p - Once a year the newspapers should p r i n t the ContsiUilion of the United States on the front page. H would always be news to a lot of people.--Jacksonville Journal. n the San Francisco tournament us best golfing stunt is beating he other fellow. It was Little's first opportunity it match play since deciding to make money from his golf ability ind he cashed in on it to the tune of §1,000, the first prize of the San Francisco open. The survivors put on a match hat will not be easily forgotten. Little started out to annihilate the d a r k horse from Yakima and at he end of nine holes the former i m a t c u r c h a m p i o n was three up. 3y the end of the f i f t e e n t h hole Little was four up and he looked ike an easy winner. Then he lost his p u t t i n g touch. ?our times L i t t l e had to take hrcc putts lo get in, and Chris- .ian, p l a y i n g c a r e f u l l y , look each lolc by one stroke, sending (he matcli into extra holes. They halvecl the nineteenth hole ·md when Little Rock took the wenticth, the second longest hole on the course, the match ended. St. Joseph's School Gym G c r m e s S f a r f - a f S P. M. TUESDAY NIGHT Fighting Irish vs. Cut-ups WEDNESDAY NIGHT Gallant' Knights vs. Bronc Busters FINALS TO BE PLAYED THURSDAY NIGHT Tickets on Sale at Casey Drug Co. and fhc Prescription Shop

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