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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 4 U 1937 THIRTEEN CORN COUNTRY TUMBLES CLEANER FIVE OUT of the PRESSBOX -By Al Mitchell-- NOTE: This sketch, prepared by Leland "Ike" Skcllcy and other Associated Press sports staff members, tells about Irl Tubbs, now a leading candidate for the University of Iowa head coach position. Irl Tubbs' University of Miami iootball teams enjoyed phenomenal success since midway of the 1935 season, his first at the school. The 1935 team lost three games white Tubbs was experimenting with a small squad and unfamiliar material, Sooij his coaching tactics began to reap results: The Hurricanes mowed down Wake Forest, Rollins, Boston university and Oglelhorpe. ~ t ** Tubbs decided the Hurricanes were ready for stronger opposition and startled Miamians by scheduling a "suicide" program that included games with Bucknell, Boston university and Georgetown in the east . . . Mississippi and South Carolina in the south. Miami toppled Bucknell and Georgetown, tied Boston university, and lost to Mississippi, 14 to 0, and South Carolina, fi to 0, in the only defeats of the season for the Hurricanes. Tubbs' boys . . . held to a scoreless lie by Tampa TUBBS SET FOR IOWA PLAGE AS BOARD PARLEYS Miami Coach at Iowa City for Interview About Vacant Position. IOWA CITY, (IP] -- Appointment of Irl Tubbs as University of Iowa head football coach was believed near Thursday as the athletic board met with the Miami, Fia., coach and A r t h u r ·"Dutch" Bergman of Catholic university. Tubbs, the board favorite since the withdrawal of Matty Bell early this week, apparently had adequate support lo oblain the appointment, although there was a possibility that a minority group opposing h i s selection might cause the board to postpone action. The minority bloc, it was said, would ask the board to delay Ihe appointment u n t i l additional coaches could be interviewed. Flics ti Interview, The Miami coach arrived in Cedar fiapids Wednesday night after . ., , , . - . ,. , flying to Chicago, while Bergman in the mud . . . went on to win the ] was due this m o r n i n g rrom Wash- Florida "Little Four champion- | inglon Eoth mcn wcvc to GAZETTE Mohawks Home for Friday Battle WALLACE McICENZY -*· \\ Down the Slide! C O M M E R C I A L l.i:.\GUU B a s k e t b a l l S t a n d i n g s . (Second Itouml) W. I,. Pel. D i a m o n d IJrcail .- o l.uuil Corn Country 'i II 1,111)11 Marshall anil S w i f t I 1 .Mil Pahst \ I .odis Hamilton's 0 Z .mil) Decker's . , . . . , 0 'i .000 W E D N E S D A Y ' S RESULTS CORN COUNTRY--H: (MARSHALL AN'I SWITT--3(1 Johnson T Thurlle f Anderson Lee ff I'aul f ft P'l 2 f) sOiCorille f 4 I nj]Sriuu-er t I 1 II] Connelly c :: n i | l l . i « k s c ·! I 1 1 Martin i I S u t c r $ is it pf I 0 II .1 X :! GORMAN FLETCHER. WOOD HUFF COOKIMAN HEFNER ship with one-sided victories over .Rollins and Stetson. A 44 to 0 rout of Georgia Teachers and a 13 to I) victory over Mercer gave Miami a remarkable record against, formidable foes. j £ * Respect for Tubbs' coaching ability grew as his teams continued to score upset after upset. Often his teams were outweighed 20 pounds to the man. Miami also was greatly outclassed in reserves . . . but Tubbs had prepared for · that contingency. He had coached virtually every man on the squad to play two or three positions, and lie changed them around to good advantage when injuries depleted the ranks. * a * -·'Soft-spoken, unassuming Tubbs short and bald was little -known here before he accepted the Miami coaching post. He had had success at Ccnlral high school, Superior. iWs., and laler had coached at Superior State Teachers col- 'legc, but bad done little to earn national fame. He had assured his financial future, however, through inven- "tXons of improvements in football .equipment. He patented the elastic insert'in'football trousers, invented an inverted valve for a ball, and began to receive royal- lies from several other gadgets connected w i t h . t h e sport. 3 S * He came to Miami because his daughter's health required the Florida cilmate . . . and was Ihcre several years be/ore offering lo lake over the school's football destinies. His Wisconsin background, however, was not without renown. He coached Ernie Ncvers, later an All-America fullback al Stanford. Oddly enough, Ncvers played tackle under Tubbs. e * 3 Tubbs always said that the best · high school player he ever coached was John Hancock, a fullback who was transferred to a tackle position at the University of Toy TubDs . . . now 49 years old . directed at Superior one oC the first coaching schools in the country . . . ' a t least the f i r s t one in which the late Knute Rockne participated, in 1921. * * ^ The Miami coach atlributes much of his success at Miami to Pat Boland . . . his line coach and n former lacklc al Ihe University o£ Minnesota. Boland, n typical Gopher giant, pul together a line unit that yielded ground stubbornly ... even against such mammoth teams as Ole Miss and South Carolina. Tubbs' coaching methods on the training field are unique. He rarely becomes excited or raises his voice above normal, yet lie always commands the respect and attention of his players. A fast thinker and something of a wit, he occasionally directs a barbed remark or a lilt of dry humor at a player who errs . . . and the player seldom forgets it. with the board at a luncheon session. Tubbs, Bergman and Bell were invited to come here for interviews Sunday. Bergman, regarded as Ihe "dark horse" candidate when the three men were named, was still rated an "outside chance" before the interview. His record of 33 victories and 17 defeats has atlracled the favorable attention of several board members. Both Sec Updcgraff. Both Bergman and Tubbs'talkcd with Prof. C. M. Updcgraff, athletic chairman, in Washington last week. Tubbs has Ihc support of Updegraff. Candidates who receive further attention if the board decides (o extend its search for a coach include Wesley Fry of Kansas State, an Iowa alumnus, and Marchie Schwartz of Crcighton, formcr Notre Dame star. Fry was reported "visiting friends" in Iowa arid friends at I lie Kansas school believed his trip had definite connections with the Iowa vacancy. Fry Is "Interested." Fry stated previously that he was "interested" in the Hawkeye ,iob although he was not a candidate for it. A l t h o u g h the board may chose its man now, announcement of the appointment might be held up un- lil it is submitled lo President Eugene A. Gilmore. The coaching posilion was vacated by Ossic Solcm who accepted the Syracuse university coaching posilion Jan. 2. North Iowa to See Loop Play for Prep Aces Conference Tussles Dot Big Schedule of Contests for Week-End. BUTi,i:a COUNTV CONFKRIINIJI; F e b r u a r y -', Jf:n. ' C I s i r k i v i l l r Shell Hock Allison G r e e n e New H a r t f o r d U u n i o n t TROJANS START NORTH TO PLAY GARL FRE! Jaysee Cagers to Tussle Friday Night, Try to Even Old Defeat. IMIOBADLE LINEUPS .lilil .nil . inn NORTHSIDE HAS EDGE AT SCRAP Holy Family Wins in Hard Fight Against County Court Opponents. North Iowa basketball teams go back to their conferences this Friday, with a. heavy schedule of league contests ready for the fans, including two attractions in the Big Four, one of which brings Waterloo West's cagers lo Mason City. It will be homecoming for the Mohawks after a series oE road contests, while the junior college Trojans will head out of town for the first lime in several appearances, playing the Carleton Freshmen at Northfield, Minn. - IS * Friday's contests, unless otherwise indicated, arc given as follows in the Globe-Gazelle schedule book: BASKETBALL .lunior College. M A S O N CITY al CirkUu ( f r o l i m t n ) l:mniElsbur? al Clierokce (Thursday) Sheldon at IMUervillt Cinmelsliurfr al NorlliH'eslern ( O r a n g e Cily) W a l d o r f (Torcbl C i l y ) al C o n c u r d i a High School. W a l c r l n n W«At at MASON' C I T Y ( M i f f Four) . 1 0 1 1 . \ W K S at H u d u l p h i i i u m ( l » r u t l v i n M A S O N CITV SUTIII:RLANU Lane . . . Usher Snell . , . . l l c r l S h c c k l c r . DATIi: I I'LACti: r F ..........C:.'....'... G · f t f l l A V N o r t h l i c l d , M i n n . C A I I L K T O N . . L U N I I E K T a l e . . . , M i n k i n Nelson Loft . . . . 1/Liidncr L a n e f U s h e r f-e-E . S n c l l f - c - s . . l l c r l c S h c c k l c r E . - Brnliam f - c SEASON'S SCOI11NG Shots I'G FT' I'TM PF I'ts. I l l 111 -Jl j l : i JS.1 X I l l e r h c t i c r f M. C. Tolals . Olils. Tolals . . That Was Close H O I . Y FASI1LV-- 'IBIS W A L E U A L E -- 'M Cage Scores nir.ii scnoni, 1 U I I . V K A M I I. V SII-S: S i . n l r c l j l r 'IIA l l n V l s l a ^':-l: Minr S p r i n g s Ifi-'ZK Imra :'···. .Vnrlli f l n k n C A :m X n t r r ll.inin I * : I'lirdllr. I l l P f l :i ·! ' ^ I - ' i i i M C K a n f n ^ i;i:i]]j r ll n O l l ' o l s t l o r f e r f ;t ^ :i|r:iici r It pf Murphy c II. Zietlcr a » » illltocser r -JiU'ar.l r [ C o i i r i n K TOTALS H i l l I.-.ITO'I'AI.S Scnrc a l h a l f : Holy f a m i l y I f : [tale y, 1 in 1.1 S w a l e - Family outpointed Swale- dale 2G lo 24 Wednesday night at Swaledale, repulsing a home rally in the closing minutes of play. It was a close fought battle throughout. Cyril "Babe" Ziegler at forward and Jack Muche, center, led the Holy Family offense as each scored a trio of field goals and two charity shots in aiding toward the visitors' victory. For Swaledale, Baker at center sank three field goals, but high scoring honors for the home team went lo Ward, at guard, who made good on three free throws to add lo his total of two field goals for a seven point sum. It was a rough game, with 15 fouls being called nn each quintel. The Swaledale reserve.-: won 15 lo 8. THE FINAL GAME OF THE TOURNAMENT WILL BE PLAYED TONIGHT, THURS., FEB. 4 AT ST. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL GYM. FIGHTING IRISH VS. BRONC JHJSTERS A d u l t s 2i)c Children Klc I'orl lJuil?c al Waterloo K a b l U i z F"iir Teachers J l i R J x ( C c r t u r rails) al Eldora \ V n v c r l y al Charles City ( N E 1 ) Sat: Cily at Webster City (Vartier at ClcAC Luke f \ ( ) f S i l m o r c Cily at Al;ona A l l i s o n at Greene B C Carpus C l i r i b l i (Fort Dodge) at St. Cecilia's (Atgona) A l e x a n d e r a I Ho\vait Acklcy at Gruiuly Center l - C lunia al A l i a V i s t a (WO Hcinvick at Liiycrne ( I J V ) Coru-itli at Li v e r m ore 1W) ( l o l U f i c I d a t Hndc ( B Y ) Grant at I J a n c r o f t CtArtcsvIKe at Diitnnnl ( K G ) Uclmond at Unit I .VII B u f f a l o Center at 1'orest C i l y ( X I ) fcuton at Hurt West U n i o n at Crcscn I N K ! ) Iowa Fiills at Clarion x c 1. C. A. Charles C i l y ) al I. C. A- (i:jma - Vopcjov it Ifl\vs New H a m p t o n at Dccnrah f N U l · Storm Lake nl L m m e l ^ b i i r ? ( T l i u r , ) ( L a k c N Cylinder at ICimiicMinrff T h u r . ) ( r c - scrvcsl Yen I ura at Fertile rioyil nl O r c h a r d Denver al rrcr.tcrick;,ulirp \Yn.lrn nl G n n d n l l R o c k Tails at G r a f t o n ( T h u r . ) Geneva a t A p l t u - l o i i ( c i r l s ) Kattawliit at liayflnlcf S K t H a m p t o n at WeHshurg ( g i r l s ) S h e f f i e l d al Iliinscll K c n s c I L At M:\nl)' K l c m m c al Crystal Lake ( H O Frcclmni, M i n n . , at KicMer, M i n n . N n r M i n - u n i ! al I,akc M i l l s (M) M U c h r l l nl C a r p e n t e r O t r n i i t o al M c l u t l r c Martile Uock al Nora S p r i n g s TIl) Ojniigc at W a v e r l y ( N E D t t t i c h l a t I ' l y m n i i l h r T K ) rartier.sburp al S h e l l Hock (BC) Kafec at L e l a n d Tlockford at St. Alegar Ilidf-eway at Rudolphtnum ( P r o l i v l n l Tliompson at I.ctlyard IVcsley al Vernan "WRESTLING Iliflrli School. M A S O V CITY at New Hampton f-'ort DftdRie ( r e s e r v f s a I Kurt Eldnra at Iowa Falls Cherokee at Fort fJod^e Clarion al Cajle drove, C O N F E R n N C R S : XW, Xorthea-sl Inw* NI, N'orlTi low-as BC, D u l l e r c o u n t y : f - C f n i v a - C e i l ; i r ; U'C, Wapstc Cctlar; Ft\ P Donne V a l l e y ; NC, North Central; SE Seven Tasles; TR, Twin Riirer. CLUBlLLlSK LAKE'S SURVEY North Centra] Sport Group to Seek Fencing Around Nesting Locations. The North Central lown Hod and Gun club will sponsor a movement lo have Eagle lake surveyed and state-owned properties fenced, lo keep cattle and stock out of nesting areas, it was announced Wednesday by Secretary Les Valentine. The club will also ask that marc work be done on the scries of low-head dams along the Winnebago river from Fertile lo Mason City. Lou Mussel, fadory representative of Ihc Reminglun Arms company, t»lkcrl on suns nnci ;i coastal trip to Snnln Cruz island, SEASON'S I J i a t n o n t I Krcail 31; Trojans r.'S Troj.ins .11; A l u m n i :i\ Trojans Hi; D i a m o n d IlrtiaO !." Marshall and S i \ ' i f t :1U; Trnjaii.s I C a r t c t o n Freshmen '-18; Trojans r. Trojans :t7; Kort l)o1t;c 'Jl Trojanj* IHI; I»(licr JltscfVCs "7 Trojsns ·\\- M n r i l i a l U o \ v ] i :J8 Trojans - I I ; l.iitlicr Reserves ~5 Trojans IW; Estucrvillc ;!5 !owa Grid Ace 3adly Hurt in AutoSmashup Oze in Hospital, Manager of Basketball Squad Dead ui Crash. IOWA CITY, (.*) -- University ospital authorities T h u r s d a y lorning declined to give out any ifonruUion concerning the condi- ion of O;'.e Simmons, University f Iowa star football player, un- il after X-ray pictures could be aken of the injured athlete. Don Simmons, brother of Ozc, aid Thursday morning that the grid star had a severe gash on his toad and had several fractured ibs, Oze, university officials said, vas the most seriously injured of lie group. Simmons was injured at .'i:30 Thursday morning five miles cast of Wilton Junction in an automobile accident in which Elmus Red" SU'ickler of Iowa City, manager oC Simmons' basketball cam, was killed. Others w'no were riding in the car, but escaped serious injury, ire Ed Finlcy, Wilbur Wallace and i'ranklin Burkhart, all Negroes. Remembering Ihe four-point defeat that the Carl youngsters landed them in Mason Cily, the Trojans from Mason City junioi :ollegc will leave their home courl Friday night after a four-game stand. They'll turn north, invjicling ^arlcton college's court at Norlh- iclcl, Minn., for a second meeting villi Cadeton's freshmen. Tlic four-year school sent ils yearlings here to score a 28 to .-icloi'y in a previous contest. Thai oss was the last to go inlo the Trojan record book, and since hen the jaysee cagers have won "ivc games and whipped four opponents, beating Luther college's ·eserves twice. Esthorviltc, Marshalltown and Fort Dodge junioi colleges have also fallen before the midget Trojans. Last season, the Mason Cily fiv lost to the Cavls here, but rattled the backboards for a 31 to 26 victory when they invaded Norili- field. Grapplers Ready S I A S O . N CITY I I A R K K R O e r k r r W a l t e r Stall f . c c u r i £ h l O. Tluimpsn liiu .1. Tliimi|iM I t n m e l i u t e I'ltl H A U L i: itl^TCUl . . . 1 1 5 . I", I.cukr . OATIv: . . . . . . H e a v y K I I i A V n i g h l Ncu- l U m n l o n IIA.tll'TO.1 . HAIl.MO.V W o l l . . U'hule K. lilllllso . . . K o l i l i s k TOTALS I.-. :i s T l t l n t i f E i l t i . n l I t u n n i i i E Muirc by rin Turn C c M M U r r . .M:-,,h. ( ll :tml . S » i ( l Trrr Ihrnu's n i i N v r U,l].ill anil S w i f t I . I I I . V M O . V J J II READ--311 -|TOTAI.S PREP TEAM SET FOR LOOP TEST ON LOCAL WOOD Mohawks Need Win lo Be m Running (or Top Money in League. PROBABLE L I N E U P S 1 A S O V CITY WATr.KI.DO IVKST i J t l i M S I . l ; V C o n c h . . STIUHIltllKli: W a l l a c e r nicMin l l e K c n / . y . . . . ! · ' . . . S c t i r o c k , M:ll t i l l florut.lli (; ]I.ill^r[l Wood . . t; l l r c c u n i p r ··letchcr t; 1'aiKC T I M K : 8 o'clock, r i t l U A V So;thomore ;utiic. liM.I). 1'LACI:: City l i l f l i school IlKl'i;Ui:i:: 1.. W. "Munn" W l l l l f i m l [1. S. T, C.). LYONS TOPS -IN PIN PLAY HERE Win 2 Games, Shoot High Total Pins in League Bowling Contests; Lyons and Diamond Bread won .wo games each from their rcspcc- ivc opponents, Coc-a Cola and riorimcl, in Ihc Women's bowling eague Wednesday night, while D. K. Lundberg took three by default. Lyons shol the high total, with 1,708 pins, while Ella Woisnak had ,\ 528 series and 208 single for the it individual marks. LYONS I l o y r r I llc-rbrnrr I H u m p h r e y If II I II |H.VWII.TO.V.--II I iii ft n r' l i :l|Wiscli I 1 (I l l l R k u s l c r o 0 n :| won K :t 1 n j l t u c h a u a u 1 i Oll-oshusla 1 II II I) It II 'i II II t [I II 1 1 1 1 TOTALS TJ -I 7-TOTAI.S Jtmmiitgr score liy quarter;.: I l i a m o n d Bread 'I Haimllon's . 5 Tree Ihrtm-s lui^bcil: l l i a t n a L I l u m i l t o n ' s i. I'AIIST--'J7 IDIICKLII'S--· If H pt| nrunsvttiii r n n iiSncii r M i u l i i a x u n I I n II rth.ill f Trncy f II I] o;ilnmia t Xaudcr f II II ^ l l . i n c i c i l i i i c C h r i s l n i s c i , r. II II 'JlCarrnll r Unrr t I (t MI{\Volfc B Coati t: I II I ; Kuiicelt}' B I" I I I T O T A L S KG I TiTOTAI.S X T e c h n i c a l f u l l l . I t u i i n i i i c ?cnrc by i]uarlrr^: I'illjst li IS Decker's li s V'rcc throws missctl: I'absl G cr's Ci. l i 7 I I (I l l r c u d li; II U I I SEASON'S SCORING S t i n l s I'd I-'T I'TM IT IMs. I' c - f - c Ili'J l u f f f - C . . . . ! l l l \VTll.icc t-K «ll U l c K ' x y K-c-f ". ortuan f - c , *''l llcn'icr E-C S l - i c c k c r u .. Major f Coopr.r c . . . M u c D n n a l i l 1 . IlTiincr r . . . a I C. Ttilnls r;:tx O n l . T n l a K . IICK, III H!l rlaycrs-- Lcinbnas Itepp A c l l l a l Plus .. Li l V:;i IK; twi i us mi; i in iu^ :iril Total I.1H 433 ·ISK Ml 1111 TOTAL I'INS 1-l.iyer.s-- S l l l b h l ·... Itcrnuauri . COUA CO I,A Isl - M i l mi i in TOTAI, I'l.VS I'lii J nr?,-- M i r k C n o k r n a i l c ; i . u i v i l l c S E A S O N ' S IILCOIU) Ncu-ton ;HI ninriitwks tii ?luh:i\vk* :j:t; ^lilscaliuc HI Clear Lake 111; MoliaH-k.« 15 Mnluu-ks -^(i; A l b e r t Lea. M i n n . , 15 Waterloo Wc*l ;i«: fllohaivks 'ii l l D V c i u i o r t unj J l n h a w k s Id niiir.sliRllloivii I I : Molmu-Ks 12 lM« :!U r.lrtnra -Jl M o l i a w k s ISt diaries C i l y l l l «'»lcrloo KasC IH; Motiavk.v Ic; A u s t i n . .Ifinii., L't; Mnhau-kj; ^fl n i n h . i i v k s Xt; Fnrt lldtlfre '.':{ l a v c i i | i n r t HI: M n l t a i r k s rj^ i M l l s r a l i n c 'J.-i; M . i l , : i n h s 'Jll A l l i j - r l .'Miiiii.. il:l: J l n h a i v k 17 M n T i a i v k s :in Charles Cily :!l Tile Mohawks arc coming again! They'll be iierc Friday night, with an important job to do in the Big Four basketball conference. Waterloo West will invade the local court--and there's a chance that Mason City might be lied for the second place in the conference race. All lliat the home lads need is a victory Friday night. Waterloo East, undefeated in three games, will probably add a fourth victory when it opposes the cellar squad, Fort Dodge, in a Friday night game at Waterloo. The only way for the Mohawks lo IOWA HAS EDGE IN NODAK GAM Ben Stephens Gets Record Tally of Free Throws m Wednesday lilt. IOWA CITY, (/P)--Ben Stephens, sophomore forward, presented a personal demonstration of free- throw shooting here Wednesday night, giving the University of Iowa basketball team its margin for a 35 to 30 victory over the North Dakota university basketball team. Stephens scored 10 points, including a perfect 'score, of 10 free throws, as the Hawkeyes resumed activity for the second semester without the services of two regulars. Capt. Ken Sucncns, guard, remained on the bench as the result of a mark of "incomplete'' in one course for the first semester. Coach Rollie Williams said he expected him to make up the deficiency in time to play against Indiana Saturday night. Wallis Gaddis, forward, will be ineligible for the remainder of the season, Iowa never had more than five point lead over, the Nodacks, and trailed twice d u r i n g the game. Alter leading at halftime 22 to Iti, the liuwkeyc-s wont behind in the second period 22 to 24 before Johnson scored a field goal and Stephens sank five throws. BIG FOUK STANDINGS. Waterloo ICast . Waterloo West MASON CITY Fort Undpc W. L. I 1 ct. . . . :t 0 1.000 . . . Z 1 .fiC7 ... i 2 .:m . . 0 3 .000 BREAD, BUTTERS AT TOP OF LIST IN LOCAL TESTS Cleaners Stopped for First Time as Winners Crack Nets for Upset. All dope to the contrary, Corn Country Butter up and spilled Marshall and Swift's cagers from their lofly perch, replacing the Cleaners in the first place deadlock with Diamond Bread, as a result of a smashing :i;i to III) viclorv in the f i n a l game of the weekly Commercial l e a g u e basketball menu played al the Y. M. C. A. Wednesday night. Every man on Ihe winning quintet scored at least two fieldgoals in contributing to Ihe cause and Phil "Pop" Tluirtle, former Iowa gddcler, with Jim Anderson, formerly of Cornell college, were pacemakers as each dropped in four buckets from the field and one from the free throw line. For the Cleaners the scoring was less evenly divided, with Francis Brouwer and Ccd Connelly each making 11 points. The Cleaners led 11 to a at the quarter, but dropped the lead soon jitter and trailed 20 to M at Ihc half and 27 to 20 at the end of the third quarter. Witli nothing in parlicular al slake, the Pabst Brewers nosed oul Decker's 27 to 28, shoving the packing plant basketccrs down into a tic with Hamilton's. Cy Kopccky, who was the hot shot of the evening with 10 baskets and a free throw, was the chief reason for the Brewer victory and it was Cy who speared one in from the side to bring triumph to Pabst's. Diamond Bread retained its first-place deadlock with an easy 30 ( o i l conquest over Hamilton's. Mickey MacDonald was high scorer with nine points, Earl Lane scored eight and Merrill "Red" Herbencr was good for eight. Belmond Host Five for County Tussles I V I l l G I I T C O U N T V MliliT Al B c l u u i . l c l . r r i i l a y Grunr.*. R v l l l -- C l a r i n l i x-s. Hcltnnntl. J:yfl--him* vs. Kuelc Grove. Class II. :IIO--ntnva.i vs. W n o l s l o c k . : : 3 f t -- G n l d l i c l i l vs. Ciall. - Salurilay Game*.- · : !:ni--Class A semifinals. . NEW HAMPTON--With it team at full strength again, Ncv Hampton high school will fnc Mason City here Friday night in dual wrestling meet. The Chickasaws have split tvv matches with Osage, lost to Crcc co in two others, defeated Waterloo East, and placed second in a quadrangular meet, including Cresco and the two Waterloo schools, this season. Mason City defeated E a g l e Grove in a Tuesday night match this week, after walloping Iowa Training school last Saturday, and has lost only to Fort Dodge and Clarion. A c t u a l T i n s l l n m l i c a n . T O T A L PINS Players,-S h n n c r Cliulek H:\ilr.y T h o m p s o n . . . A r l l i a l Pills ,-.-,1 rill! FLOttf.MIJf. ·JnH :lnl Tolal 10-J . tcitt :iKI , off C a l i f o r n i a , to hunt wild hogs, Diocesan Contests Set at Fort Dodge FORT DODGE, (/I 1 )---The annual Sioux City diocese basketball tournament will be held in Fort Dodge Feb. iy, 24 and 25, the Rev. George O'Brine of Htimboldt, meet manager, announced. More than 20 parochial high schools have entered the tournament. Alta Vista Hoopers Split Double Scrap ALTA VISTA--Alia Vista high school defeated Lime Springs 22 lo I D in a basketball game here Wednesday night, after leading H to 9 at the h a l f . Tyler played a f i n e defensive game, while Johann led the local team with three goals and iwo f r e e ' t h r o w s , [''all lopped _ . . . . . Lime Springs with three coals. at thn -February meeting of the The Lime Springs reserves won club. ).aa to 7. ' r TOTAL TIN'S I'layi-rs-- V o i M i a k l l a n i h c Doe T O T A L P I N S i. K. i.uxnnF.nn :irtl Total 1:1:: Kid Busters Get Donkey Win Third Game of Series to Be Played at St. Joseph's. The Bronco Busters busted their way to a 20 to 18 victory Wednesday night in the second game of the donkey basketball scries at St. Joseph's court, Tiding over the Gallant Knights in the hilarious contest. Plans lo hold the f i n a l came of the trio in the armory have been abandoned, it was an- nouiircrl Thur.sclay, by the Ucv. K a r l K u r t . The last name of (lie scries was to be held al St. Joseph's Thursday niRhl. get back inlo Ihc lop money Ihis season is lo win all t h e i r remaining games, and hnpc lhal Waterloo West can defeat East high on Feb. 19. Mason city meets East high here Feb. 12, and plays al Fort Dodge on Feb. IS. Conch J. A. ".Judge" Grimsloy, whose charges won their sixth contest Tuesday night at Charles City and scored their first victory on a foreign court this year, bc- icves t h a t he found the strongesl starling lineup available for the rest of the season when lie changed Lhc positions of two regulars. Howard McKeir/.y moved in at forward, with Capt. E v e r e t t Fletcher back at guard. Howard Gorman, in the pivot job, with Jack Wallace al forward and Wayne Wood in. his old guard position, complete the p r o b a b l e starters 1 list for Friday. The homecoming contest, after four games out of town on consec- u t i v e dales, w i l l start al H o'clock, w i t h Ihc Little Mohawks playing the Waterloo West sophomores in a fi:'lfi o'ciuck preliminary. Mason City won its last s t a r t al home, h e a l i n g Forl Dodge 2!) lo 23 in a Big Four game. St. Ansgar Preps m Win at Northwood as Rough Test Is Played NORTH WOOD _ SI. Ansgar high school defeated Norlhwood 38 lo 30 in Ihc hardest and roughest basketball game seen here in recent seasons, the local team drawing a total of 23 fouls and having only Capt. Ted Nelson left on the court from the starting lineup when the game ended. Gene Nelson, Beckett, Hove and Mueller were benched. St. Ansgar lost no players, but drew 17 pcn- lYortluvood ?o,-:t ail early lc. - d a n d never rrgnincfl I I , although Ihc score was 2!) lo 2R in Ihe f i n a l period. The SI. Ansgar reserves also won, 15 lo 13. Drcr.s c Walsll r V a r i V ' t l y k l TlKimnsim f noliliy B TOTALS r: M 11 [TOTALS Scfirr al li\va :!-; k o l a IS. I'rrr llmnvs missed: l l . i k r . u I I . O f f i c i a l * ; Ilcfrrrc, V'rnl \ V i n l c r . n i t l l : u m p i r e . I r a n k Cullcrtmi BELMOND--Keen competition, with Goldfield a favored team bo- cause of a superior season record, will begin here Friday in Wright county's double basketball tournament. Four teams will compete in Class A, four in Class B. Ice Hockey I ' M U O e l ] i h l a "amb I m l l n n s I . Ulcvclanil f a l c o n s t': S p r i n g f i e l d Uliudc Island West Union Keeps Top in Loop Game WEST UNION -- By defeating Waukon 4(5 to 30 here Tuesday night West Union high school's basketball team hung up a list of seven straight victories in the Northeast Iowa conference, with no defeats. The game was rough, two Waukon players going out on fouls. West Union was ahead cv- ccy m i n u t e of play. West Union outpointed Waukon at the free throw line, M to 6. Whiticher made 13 points, W i l t g c n 12, Kamm nine, and Blockhus eight, but Bray of Waukon was high point man with 17. Remember Your Valentine with Flowers From J O H N S T O N ' S U'hrrr Vour rriortfls Hny Fliuvcrs 10 1st SI. N. AV. Plioiic 223 E V E R Y S I Z E ! F L O R 5 H E I S H O E S Come in today and get one or two p a i r . . . and, remember, nothfng is changed buf the price. 105 N. FEDERAL

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