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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 24, 1931
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ITROJANS DOWN ELLSWORTH CAGERS 35- OWA FALLS FIVE SINKS IN FINAL PERIOD OF CLASH Snell Is High Scorer With LaneRunnerup; BTeam Beats Rock Falls. With an improved offense and passing attack that could not be broken up. Coach Chick Sutherland's junior college Trojans defeated the Ellsworth junior college p£ Iowa Falls in a return game Monday night in the high school gymnasium 35 to 23. The half ended 15 to 15 in one of the tightest initial periods ever witnessed on the local court. Starting with the second half, Lane and Snell displayed some of the old ability that has made their names go down in cage history in the local school. Snell was high point man for the evening with five field goals and a single free throw while Lane was the runnerup with five field goals. Newton and Collis tied for Ellsworths' honors with three field goals and a pair of free shots apiece. Elfsworth Takes Lead. Ellsworth began the attack in the initial quarter with a charity shot on J, Winnie. He followed with a field goal and McPeak and Eobzien added gift scores on Collis and Snell. McPeak slipped in a double counter from under the basket and Newton duplicated the feat at the other end of the floor. Snell sank a free throw on Wood's foul and Lane placed a sensational shot. McPeak and Newton exchanged scores from the gift line on a double foul and Pink sank a field goal to close the period with Ellsworth leading 11 to 7. Play tightened in the'second period and Collis and Bobzien were the only ones to score on the Iowa Falls side of the board. Anderson sank one from the left of the basket for the Trojans; Snell pushed one in from off the ring; Lane made another sensational shot and D. Winnie tied the score 15-15 with a long one shortly before the whistle. Trojans Stage Comeback. Like a revived team the Trojans 3 came back in the second half and I '· sank baskets at will. Lane placed / i one shortly after the tipoff and re- VApeated a few seconds later. Snell A j »nd Decker both scored and tho Col- and Bobzien continued the attack A A of the Iowa Falls five, the Trojans (J 9 forged ahead during the third period ' ?to close playing with a 25 to 21 lead. | Once ahead of the Ellsworth five, I the Trojans could not be stopped. Lane, Snell, Decker and D. Winnie flashed to bring the score up to 35 for the Trojans while Newton sank I the final goal to gain a 23 point \ tally for Ellsworth. I J Summary: " M. C. JUNIOR COLLEGE--35 FG FT Snell, f-g 5 Lane, f 5 c-g 2 c 1 MASON CITY, IOWA, FEBRUARY 24 1931 LEGION DRUM CORPS BOXING CARD COMPLETE KANSAS DEFEATS STATE FIVE 27-16 i' _! D. Winnie, c- [·' Anderson, c \ t v Decker, c .. PF 1 McPeaU, g J. Winnie, g 0 0 « .- 3 15 Total 10 Substitutions: Morgan for Snell, Snell for McPeak, Morgan for Lane, Lane for Morgan, D. Winnie for McPenk, Anderson for Decker, Decker for D. Winnie, McPeak for J. Winnie. ELLSWORTH--28 Pink, f Newton, f , Collis, c Bobztan, g Wood, g FG . . I ..3 ..3 . . t . .0 FT 0 . .j 2 8 0 PF 0 SWEA CITY WINS SEMIPRO CHAMPIONSHIP · I'llOTOS HV WRIGHT" Total 8 7 10 Substitutions-. Lage for Collis. Referee: Martin, Eagle Grove. Rock Falls lost to the high school E team by the score of 27 to 8 in the opening 1 game of the evening. The game was one-sided and lacked interest except in spots. The visitors .were no match for the Little Mohawks and made but 3 field goals thruout 1 the entire game. In the opening quarter, Detra, Fink an dKopecky found the basket to sink a total of 4 shots that gave the B squad a 8 to 0 lead at the quarter. Rock Falls was unable to penetrate the local team's defense. The second quarter saw little action and each team sank but one field goal each. Wegener opened the scoring column for Rock Falls while Fink put one in for Mason City. The. locals outscored Rock Falls again in the third quarter with Q points to the visitors' two free throws. Detra was the Mason City "hot shot" for this quarter. Rock Falls played its best basketball in the final quarter of the game. Rock Falls scored 2 field goals as compared to the B squad's 4 double markers. The game closed with the B team holding the long count of a 27 to 8 score. Fink and Detra played nice games for Mason City, each scoring 8 points. Burns also played well at the guard position. Wegener showed the best cage playing for Rock Falls. Summary: MASON CITY B--27 FG FT I'F Zander, f . . I 0 0 Hynds, f S\KI City's Cardinals, above, won the semlpro championship of North low:i lit the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium Viere'Siitnrdiiy evening by defeating the Csmvus company of Mason City 27 to 2t in tho final tilt. Tho team has had an Impressive record for the scasrji sis well. The chuiiinionK urn: (Heading from left to rljrht) A. Hovcy, L. Johnson, G. Duim, S. Kmitson, II. Thomson, It. Decmer, A. Delm, D. Peterson, R. Larson, ami It. WaGkor. . . . . CANVAS COMPANY TAKES RUNNERUP HONORS « Tho Cnnvus company of Mason City, below, won tho rnnm:rui honors in llio N o r t h Iow; scminro tonr- ney at the Y. JM. C. A. The five has also clinched the title in tho Y. Jf. C. A. city league. The phiyers «re: (Rending from left tn right 1 Manager C. Gasswint, one o£ tho promoter!) of the tourney, C. Nance, M. G. Martinson, JR. Fiiilayson, C. Connelly, E. Christiaiifion, F. A. Bromver, D. 1'urt anil ,J. Hnbbartl. First National Bank Takes 3 Games From Lundberg Bowlers. Deckers' lowanas won two games from the Standard Oil Monday evening in the women's league of bowling. The First National bank five won three games from the D. K. Lundberg team. McLaughlin of the First National bank rolled 151 for a high single game and Byars of the Standard Oil got three game total. 379 for a high n Gigax ... Miller ... Murray . Hatch ... K. LUNDBKRG Ties .. SB . .107 .. B9 65 Rcnner 115 Handicap 78 Totals 551 99 nr' 70 104 115 78 583 82 8!) 77 104 111 78 287 293 246 341 234 541 1G55 FIRST NATIONAL BANK Rogers Doe Hagenstein Doe McLaughlin )2 100 .. 77 100 ..Inl Handicap ...... 61 Totals ....... 581 127 100 107 100 82 '61 571 78 100 89 100 116 61 207 300 267 300 3-19 183 5441696 Jiopcclcy, f Detru, f-c . Fink, c Burns, g . Kvanfi, K · · FG I 1 1 4 ·1 .0 .13 Total Substitutions: Zander for Ilynds, Kopecky for Detrn, Hynds for Zan- 339 300 308 249 316 225 1737 DECKERS' IOWANAS Woisnak 95 117 127 Doe 100 100 100 H. Erickson ... 86 100 122 Latta 88 79 82 M. Erickson . . . 88 120 108 Handicap 75 75 75 Totals 532 591 614 STANDARD OIL Wall 118 136 105 360 Diercks 138 87 101. 326 Freeberg 112 76 94 282 Hutchinson 145 77 106 329 Byars 131 140 108 379 Handicap 62 62 62 186 Totals 707 578 577 1862 Charles City Waukon in Cage Race Leaders Must Take Crucial Games to Win. CONFERENCE STANDING W. L. Pet. Charles City 8 0 1.00.0 Waukon 5 0 1.000 Decorah 4 3 .574 West Union 3 2 .400 j Osage 3 2 .400 | Nashua 4 2 .333 New Hampton 7 2 .222 Cresco 7 2 .222 CHARLES CITY, Feb. 24.--With but three games to play the standing in the Northeast Iowa conference is still to be decided. The two leaders each have a game to play. If bot'h win they will share the championship, but a loss by either team will throw it out of the running. Waukon will meet its final test first by playing Decorah at Waukon Tuesday. Charles City must defeat Osage on Friday to share the championship. In the other conference game Cresco and New Hampton will play at New Hampton to decide which one shall remain at the bottom of the list. West Union and Nashua have finished their schedules. West Union is sure of fourth place, but may be called upon to share the position with either Decorah or O.sagc, while Nashua is sure of finishing above Cresco and New Hampton, and may be lifted to a tic for f i f t h if Charles City defeats Osage. The feature of the recent games has been the rise of West Union and Osage from the cellar positions. East team lost, its first three games end each has won its last two. Osage defeated Nashua and New Hampton after losing to the .same teams at O.sagc, and West Union knocked Decorah out of the r u n n i n g and evened the score with Cresco at Cresco. der, Knnder for Fink, Detra for Zan der, Mosi«r for Evans, Evans for Burns, Burns for Mosipr. ROCK FALLS--8 FG FT !'(·' Wcgcner, f 1 0 (I Nupoletnno, f 0 2 Hansfin, c 0 . 0 0 Bcnlmrt, g I 0 2 I'erred, K ' 0 Christiansen, g-o 0 0 2 Total 3 2 0 S u b s t i t u t i o n s : Christiansen for rorrett, Church for Hansen, Hanson for C'lmroli, Porrott for Christiansen, Christiansen for Iliinsen. Referee: Blllman. Daniels' Service Team Wins 2 Out of 3 Games From Pontiac Pinmen. TUESDAY'S SCHEDULE. GlohR-OazcUn vs. Decker's lowiinas on alleys 1 and 2 at 7:45. FnMnr Huki-ry vs. Allen Cafe' on alloys 3 and -I at 8:15. ' Deckers' League- at 7;J5. Monday evening the Lyons' Cleaners won three games straight from the crippled Purity Bakery team which was .short one man. Joe Danels' .service team defeated the league leading Pontiac five in two out of three games. Berg took the high single honors w i t h 226 while Jacobs took the high ;hree game total with 641. He won the Palace tickets and a free haircut offered by Fred Martin, the B O. barber, for any league bowler shooting GOO over in actual pins during an evoninr of loasfiin nlav. GALLAGHER'S OAKLAND- I'ONTIACS Lee. H 176 191 176 54T Eauclaire 167 205 194. ! B. Duncan 38S 149 136 47! Wm. Duncan . .157 147 169 · J. Duncan 127 204 190 521 Handicap 9 9 .9 2 ..Totals 824. 905 8742603 Team average .2603--868 JOE DANIELS' SERVICE FIGHT RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TORONTO--Billy Shaw, Detroit, outpointed Billy Kowalik, Buffalo, (8); Tony Tonzo, Buffalo, outpoint- ed Churck Long, Detroit, (8). NEW YORK--Ted Sandwina. Sioux City, Iowa, knocked out Umberto Torriani, Italy, (Z). PHILADELPHIA -- Harry Blitman, New York, outpointed Lew Miissey, Philadelphia, (10). HOLYOKE, MOBS.--Midget Wolgast, Philadelphia, outpointed Ruby Bradley, Holyoke, (10). THOMPSON SIGNS JOHNSON IN LIMINARY GO Lee Jones to Meet "Kid" Weaver, Cartersville, in Opener. "Wild Cat" Thompson, Chicago, Negro lightweight who is now making Mason City his home, has been signed to trade blows with Ralph Johnson of Albert Lea, Minn., in a four round bout on the 40 round boxing card at the ! armory Thursday. The "Wild-Cat" has been doing all his boxing in Chicago rings and claims victories over some of the best lightweights in the windy city, while Johnson has been doing- all his boxing in the twin cities and comes here well recommended. Lee Jones, local mauler, has also been signed to oppose "Kid" Weaver of Cartersville in a three rouncl- ! or. Jones has made two appearances here in the past. He knocked out "Red" Knapp of Clear Lake in the second round and later was knocked out by Reggie Grim. Weaver will make his first start in the local ring and is reported a hard hitting- mauler*who never takes a backward step. Don Hampton, local welterweight star, finished up his training for his six round bout with "Tuffy" Anderon, Charles City puncher and aims he is in the best-shape of his lort career. Anderson, his oppon- nt. also sent word to the match- naker that he is fit and ready for lamptnn. Clarence Phillips of Algona, who eels Leonard Johnson, Forest City n their rematch of six rounds, wa o arrive Tuesday and finish hi raining in a local gym. Roy Bates, local battle-royn cing, assured Matchmaker Joe Kel y of the American Legion drnn orps that the maulers for the bat le will be on hand Thursday night Seneca Wins at Lone Rock Cage Tourney LONE ROCK, Feb. 24.--The Kosuth county girls' basketball tour- lament was held here. O. F. Moore efereed the games. The first game letween Bancroft and Wesley was low and uninteresting and was won )y Wesley 21 to 19. In the second game, Seneca -won easily 'from Ledyarcl 39 to 9. In the evening one of the fastest girls james Moore had ever rcferced was ivon from Lone Rock by Luverne 52 to 39. Wfiittcniorc Wins. Whitternore beat Fenton 32 to 22. 'n the semifinals, Seneca won from Wesley 39 to 7. The game was fea- :«red by the tight defense of Seneca which permitted Wesley only two 'ield goals. In the Whittemore-Luverne game, the score was 37 to 13 in the latter's favor. They displayed a fast passing attack and accurate basket shooting Paulson 199 177 132 Parks 163 131 134 Daniels 146 154 182 Romey 170 :68 '168 Forge 1S6 142 169 Handicap 96 96 96 505 42. 492 501 467 28, Totals 930 868 891 268 C Team average 2689--896 PURITY BAKERY John Doc 145 145 145 43i Bey 172 1GO 164 491 Bohlen 355 161 196 51 Jacobs 215 216 210 64 Squiere 192 213 171 57' Handicap '3 3 3 ! Totals 882 898 889 266 Team average 2069--890 LYONS' CLEANERS VV. R. Lyons ...]50 175 178 Hogtin 140 157 1HO Roger Lyons .. .147 .140 14S Burmeister 173 173 159 Berg 208 135 170 Handicap 121 121 121 Totals 939 901 921 Team average 2761--920 50 44 43 50 51 36 276 .o outclass Luverne. Scnocii Wins. The finish were played two well matched teams, between Whltte- more and Seneca. It was a fast battle and close. The score was tied most of the time. The final score was 32 to 35 and Seneca carried off the honors. A half-sized gold basketball with "Kossuth County Girls Champions" engraved on it was awarded the team. The second team of JVhitte- more was awarded the basketball used in the tournament. O. F. Moore, state referee, stated the Whittemore-Seneca and Luverne-Lone Rock games were the fastest girls basketball had ever refereed. games he ALL SQUARE! CHICAGO, Feb. 24. /P)--Betty Robinson, who won the 1928 Olympic 100-yard flush for tho United States, and Stella Walsh, the sensational 1' miss from Cleveland, Tuesday were all square in their rivalry. Mifis Robinson, now a co-cd sit Northwestern university, Monday night evened up for a defeat by Miss Walsh last summer, by winning a feature century In the Illinois national guard and niivul m'ilitiii games at .Chicago, by a scant foot over tho Cleveland runner. * Tho time, :11.4, was only four-tenths of a second slower limn Miss Walsh's world record which was made on an outdoor track, and vvns re- miirlutbly irood for tho slow bumpy track in llio one hundred twonty- fourth field artillery armory. Jayhawkers Assured of Tie for Conference Honors; Cyclones End Year. LAWRENCE, Kans., Feb. 2-J. (7T -- The University of Kansas today lacks only one victory to match Its 1!)30 triumph on the football fid 1 with the 1081 Big Six conference) basketball championship. The Jayhawkers became assured of at least a tie for first place by turning back Iowa State, 27 to 15, here last night, i\nd need only tn defeat tho defending champion, Missouri, to take undisputed po.T- Bession of the championship. Lasb night's contest marked tho end of Iowa Stata conference campaign this season. lownns in Lend. Iowa State led off in the lilt ana for nearly three quarters of tho game it appeared that the Joyhawk- crs would be trailing to the end, but the Kansans rallied immediately after Ted O'Leary. forward, mada good a charily shot and set in mn- Lion a scoring attack which left the lowans behind. Each q u i n t e t scored three field goals, but Ihe visitors made two foul throws while the JayhnwkerH missed t\vo, giving the Cyclones a margin of two points at the half. O'Leary Starts Itnlly. A few seconds after making big charity shot, O'Leary added a field goal and then worked tho ball to Bishop, whose connection put tho Jayhawkers ahead. Here the Cyclone defense weakened and was unable to halt the Kansas attack, which consisted of scoring contributions from the entire lineup. Jack Roadcap, Ihe leading scorer of the conference, accounted for nine points, bringing his total for tbo season to GO. Tho summary: KANSAS-- 27 Ftt FT PF Bishop, f ............ o a x O'Leary, f ........... 3 12 1 Ramsey, r ............ ] o o Johnston, o ........... I i. z I'age, K .............. « 0 I Cox, g ............... 3 o 0 TOTALS .......... 11 5 ~S IOWA STATE -- 1G FG FT PF Thompson, f .......... 2 o 0 Roadcap, f ........... 4 t i licit man, o ........... 0 0 1 Kioto, g .............. o 1 3 Hawlr, g ............. i o :l Diamond Bread Beats Junior College 35 to 17 Athletic Show Carded foi' Eagle Grove Ring EAGLE GROVE, Feb. 24. /P--A mixed card of boxing and wrestling has been arranged to be held here March 3. "Tiger" French of Renwick, 185 pounds, and Bob VValrod of Eagle Grove, jgo pounds will meet in the wrestling match. Headlining the fistic program are Gordon Stewart of Dows and Billy Flockhart of Bussey, scheduled to go six rounds at 145 pounds. Tuffy Anderson of Charles City and Bud Rule of Fort Dodge will fight a six round semiwindup. In fhe four round preliminaries Perry Frcderickson of Renwick will meet Eddie Grag of Oskaloosa Darrel Hall of Eagle Grove wil meet Tom Snunder of Engle Grove and Battling Nelson of Engle Grove v/il! tangle with Firpo Lewis of Vincent. Another four round bout wil! be arranged. TrojansDraw Eye in First Round of Play Pairings Announced for Emmetsburg Tournament. EMMETSBURG, Feb. 24.--Pair- ngs for the sectional junior college basketball tournament to be held icre Feb. 20, 27 and 28 have been announced by Supt. R. W. Newell, manager of the tournament. Britt is to meet Iowa Falls in a preliminary game Thursday Feb. 26 at 7:30 p. m. and Ft. Dodge is to meet Waldorf at 8:30. The winner of the Britt, Iowa Falls game will meet Mason City Friday, Feb. 27 at 7 p. m. Kmmetsburg will meet Northwestern at 8 p. m. Ksthervllle is scheduled with Sheldon at 9 p. m. and the winner of the Fort Dodge- Waldorf game will meet Webster ity at 10 p. m. Ehe semifinals will be held Saturday forenoon and the finals and consolation games are scheduled for Saturday evening. The northern part of the state, with the majority of the junior colleges, has been putting up some very high class basketball and the winner of this tournament is sure to be a leader in the state tournament. *Teiit Makers Defeat MASON CITY BEATS ALBERT LEA ON ALLEYS. ALBERT LEA, Minn., Feb. 24.-Selected teams representative of Mason City and Albert Lea rolled n three game series here Monday evening with the Mason City five winning two games out of the trio The' Mason City five's total score was 2,587. Albert Lea rolled 2,576. Cubs Assembled. AVALON, Cal., Feb. 24. OP)--Th Chicago Cub squad was completely assembled on Catalina. Island today but members of the second delega tion were not scheduled to work Manager Rogers Hornsby planner, another aix-inning contest between the Pat Maloncs and the Gabb' Hartnelta, but will call all hand out tomorrow. Gildner Five 42 to 12. Sadly lacking in players, the Din- nond Bread five defeated the Junor college quintet 35 to 17 in the opening game of the city league basketball play Monday night at he Y. M. C. A. The Canvas company defeated the Gildner five 42 o 12 in the final game of the evening. DIAMOND BREAD--S5 FG FT PF 3ostello, f 5 0 2 '^cnnan, c H 0 0 iiisswinl, g 1 I 0 Grupp, g 5 a 0 Totals l(i JUNIOR. COLLEGE--!7 FG PntchRn, f 2 Wilfion, f 2 I'aslniHta, c 0 Shaffer, g 4 Totals 8 TOTALS .... ....... 7 Officials: K. C. QuiRloy, S St. , Mary's; "fat" Mason, lioukhurst. Local Team Wins $26 in Pin GILDNERS--12 FG Mickelson, f 2 Jones, f 2 Carroll, o I Cordle, g 0 Murray, g 0 FT 0 FT 0 0 0 1 1 Totals 5 2 CANVAS COMPANY--12 FG FT Connelly, f 5 2 Htibbiird, f 8 0 Hcndrlckfion, f 2 0 Cliristianson, c 7 0 Larson, g 0 0 Flnlayson, g I 0 Nance, g 2 0 FF 0 1 3 0 4 PF 3 0 0 2 1 0 0 fi Tourney MINRAPOLIS, Fel). 24. (/PI--Out of town bowlers trundled homo their barrows of gold today, their share of 57,500 in cash prizes of the International Bowling association's annual tournament,-and Mason C i t y had ?2S. Chicago bowlers carried away tho biggest slice of out of town money Sl,4in.47, which included tho doubles winners, Joe Fliger and V. Knrthiser. The tournament ended yesterday. Smaller purses were scattered among e n t r a n t s from Iowa, DPS Moinca trudlers winning 549.31; Waterloo §24; Dubuqtie ?9 and Fort Dodge 562,04. Other first place medals and went to: Mayor William P. Knnze five man team, Minneapolis, S300; Less Reisbcrg, Minneapolis singles 5100; W i l l i a m Lenzen, Chicago, nil-events $30. Totals 20 2 Substitutions: Finlaysori for Larson, Hendridkson for Hublmrd. Referee: Murray. BASKETBALL RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS COLI,KGI:. Kansas 27, Iowa Stale Hi. Monriiouth 27, 1'arnon.s 2fi. State Teachers 58, Perm 17. Mason City Junior college 85, Klls- worth college 23. Yale 22, Princeton 20. P u r d u e 30, Michigan 21. Illinois 3D, Indiana 25. Wisconsin 28, Ohio State 24. Conrordia 37, St. Tliomus 28. Northwestern 45, Mlnrir'.sota 23. Dartmouth S-l, Brown 2fi. Columbia 45, Cornell 28. Southern Methodist university 59, Ric» institute 39. ARMORY Thursday. Feb. 26 40--ROUNDS-40 TUFFY DON Anderson vs. Hampton (i--Rounds--fi C.LKN "KID" GLKN LKHR vs. MUSSEL-MAN (i--Rounds--H CLARi;.NCK LEONARD PHILLIPS vs. JOHNSON (i--Rounds--0 G O R D O N YOUNG STEWART vs. CASEY fi--Rounds--fi GKOKGB TUROKiSr FRITZ vs. TEB.REN I--Rounds--t IvII) VALIE McINROY vs. KLINE I--Rounds--t ^'WILDCAT" RALPH Thompson vs. Johnson 4--Rounds--I LEK KIJJ JONES vs. WEAVER 3--Rounds--3 KIG BATTLE ROYAL Seat_.Salfi_JSojirs_CJga^r Store

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