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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 13 1936 NINE CLEAR LAKE BEATS ST. ANSGAR IN UPSET CLEAR LAKE ONLY UPSET FOR STATE CONTESTS Davenport Has Bye, Winners Last Year Repeat m First Tussles. DES MOINES. (.T)--Iowa's high School boys' basketball tournament moved into the second day's play of the sectional tests Friday with all of the 1935 participants in the finals meet still in the running- for the 1936 championship. Upsets were few and far between ES most of the 836 entrants in the state's largest tournament opened play in the 45 sectional meets. Mason City, the 1935 title winner, started defense of its championship with a 39 to 15 victory over Garner in its own sectional. The Mason City sectional also brought forth the biggest surprise of the day when Clear Lake nipped the before unbeaten St. Ansgar -team, 23 to 21. It was the first defeat in 19 games for the North Iowa club which was doped to make a spirited fight for sectional honors. . Grinnell. runnerup to Mason City !: for the 1935 title, defeated Brook- U lyn, 38 to 33, in a first round game * ; at Newton. |\ East Sioux City, another of the J j state's leading- quintets, began the f 'championship h u n t with a 39 to 1 ', triumph over. Hawarden, tout its i \ toughest rival. Central of Sioux '·i City, also moved along with a 30 to , 22 victory over Akron. ' Davenport, a leading favorite for · the title, plays Lyons at the Clinton ! sectional Friday. The Blue Devils j drew a first round bye. ' - Roosevelt of DCS Moines, a factor in tournament play for many Close Contests Seen for Class B Teams in Opener Single Points Decided If years, skipped its most difficult hurts, die by clipping East High of DCS JiMoines. 19 to 17, in the DCS Moines li'sectional. ALMADA BANGS BALL SARASOTA, Fla., --Manager Joe ^fcornin was laudatory of Mel Al- fljmada's hitting after Thursday's in- litra-Red Sox game. When Mel i^socked a mighty homer to center, *')Cronin remarked that something ijhappened during the winter to in- vcTease Almada's hitting power. Early Games of Tourney. Careful defensive basketball advanced three Class high school teams at Mason City Thursday afternoon, as sectional tournament play got under way here. Only two squads cut loose with scoring sprees to gain margins in the afternoon program. Mitchell high school closed the session with a 21 to 17 victory over Kensett, after the best defensive game of the day. A point-for-point fight in the last quarter saw Mitchell win as Joe Martykan caged a free throw and basket to give his team a safe mar- in. Nora Springs Wins 21-20. Nora Springs nosed out Marble Rock 21 to 20 in a tense battle which was nip and tuck all the way in another of the Class B games played Thursday afternoon. Mervin Hinrichsen kept Marble Rock in the fight, the broad-shouldered pivotrnan getting 5 goals from the field as well as a free throw. Kenneth Paine, Kenneth Kingsbury and Tilden Lorentzen split honors for the winners, each scoring 6 points. Marble Rock grabbed an early lead and retained it until the third quarter when Coach Fred Larson's men finally caught up and edged ahead 16 to 15 as the third quarter closed. A furiously fought final period saw Nora Springs hold its single point lead to earn a 21 to 20 deci- TOURNAMENT BOXSCORES CLASS B fAUI'ENTKIl IVulflelike SljiJfccr t riiieli f Hubert !i Mil Her tK ft I II 2 i, Si-fert t 1 W 0 Ol«»n J 4 1 2 Jiihnutn c i) i 2 M. lliiiixon (f U I U. Kldnhl It (I 2 3 tl 1 M H O TOTA i,s IK tt 1 2 1 1 fl I J 2 (1 :t 0 0 1 0 1 3 Free throws mlsswl; Ilutld 6; Carpenter 7. FliVMOUTH-- 28 HA.NLOA'T(MVN-- J5 n r IK tt t I.. Wilhouse f a x : * MelhiiH f StnniElrr I 0 1 0 l'»ll«in t .1. IV'dlimme 1 » 2 1 C. Kniiim c \V. Hill c Cnrniotty He liner E Helm c Chcliock £ Klnncy K TOTAI-S II Van Znntcit c n II 1 ( 1 2 2 .Mnn : (I 0 (I Spnrhy 4 I) .1 Jfc'untess E II 0 II 3 2 2 0 0 II JO 8 11 TOTALS I .1 II J 1 1 GLOBE-GAZETTE SPORTS Sc»n by quartern: LYMOVTH .. HANWXTOWJ* Free throws missed: plj-mmilh 5: OWB 7. NEW STYLES AND COLORS ELSON INC. Goplcrude Treads Otranro. Paced by a midget forward, Kenneth Goplerud, Otranto advanced to the second round at the expense of Grafton with a 38 to 17 victory at the Y. M. C. A. court. Gopleruci sank fieldgoals and a single free throw to lead the green-clad cagers to victory. Grafton went scoreless for a period of IS consecutive minutes at one stage in the game, not scoring after the first six minutes of play until the final minute of the third quarter. It was a pitiful display of shooting on the part of the losing team which lost any chance it had to stop the Otranto quintet. Otranto started off inauspiciously, with a 9 to 6 lead at the quar- termark, ran it up to 21 to 6 at the half', and ·held-.'a 32 :- to'8 margin as the third period ended. Vernon-Nelson and Wilmer Hartwig of Otranto were runnersup for scoring honors, with 9 points each. Carpenter Wins Opener. A single point decided the open- ng game of the tournament. Carpenter advancing to the second round as Rudd was knocked out by 20. A Rudd rally in the closing minutes fell short, although Randall 'inch's long bucket from the side Of the court, and Darrell Press' fol- ow-in shot set the score at its final .otal with two minutes to go. Finch was the high man for the .osing Rudd team with 9 points vhile Olson rang up 5 fieldgoals and a free throw for an 11 point total and high scoring honors for the game. Pross. whose shot was the winning tally, dropped in three buckets during the game. Plymouth Triumphant. Plymouth, a perennial contender for Class B sectional honors, stayed in the running by eliminating Hanlontown 28 to 15. It was an easy victory for the winners who at no time in the game were threatened. The Plymouth cagers were off to a 9 to 1 start as the opening stanza ended, held an 18 to 9 advantage at the half, increased that to 23 to 12 at the three-quarter mark and were ahead 28 to 15 when the final gun went off. Irving Heimer, Plymouth guard, was high in the scoring column for both teams with his quartet of field- goals while his teammate, Lloyd Woodhouse, was runnerup with 7 counters. OTRAMO--38 L'arberry f Nel«,m c I.arunn K llnch c in it f 1c It 7 1 2 K. \Vnlk I 2 1 1 1 G. Jiirin-nscin 1 i. (I t 1 2 H. \V»lk c I) U 2 H. .loritenstm i II 0 1 Kmltli if 4 1 U Kitrrlinrt f II 0 0 Kurt ; ft (| II Tretllii c Ilalliice I .'OTALS 17 4 8 Hnckhnrt g TOTALS Score by qanriern: OTRANTO » -1 GRAFTON B » Free tlirowB missed: C!n»ftoi 1 4 2 II o II 0 0 0 0 (I II o It 0 0 5; Otrnnto 12 MARBLE ROCK--20 NORA SI'BINGS--21 Conen t Rorrbanl f Hhirlrlimi Rrx K .Max*TM t Ilobbs s Srore by qtmrlers: MARIILK ROCK .... NORA SI'RIXOS free throws missed: Sprlnc* In. MITCHELL--.Jl It It 1 0 1 2 Lorpnt/.p|i 1 1 1 1 Behnp I !S 1 2 Klncslitiry 1 0 4 rirrnnsm 1 t 1 Pfllne K 0 0 2 Miller K -c 8 4 13 TOTALS 3 0 1 0 0 0 n l 1.1 2: Ifi 2 fr ft f 0 1 0 3 t 2 0 rnrktiur.qt fir Martyknn g Maible Rock 9; Nora If ft 2 II 51 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 1 2 1 0 3 1 o :i Olson f Kenlson t 0 Conner I 0 II 1 Rothnmet t 1 2 3 Tnstcnion 1 2 2 3 Ftanten c Hunt f Arcnftts f TOTALS 6 9 9 TOTALS x--Technical foul, Olson (1). Running; sc ore by quarters: MITCHELL 4 KEXSETT . . " ','.'.'.'.'.'. S Free lliroivs missed: Mlti-liell 14; sett :t. 12 13 21 PISTOL EXPERTS SET HIGH MARKS Cerro Gordo Team Tops Best R1STS Figures of Past for Total of 1,400. The Cerro Gordo Rifle club's pistol team defeated the Balboa, C. Z., Gun club team for the second time this season in a match fired last week, 1,400 to 1,299. The local team set a new high record in competition, averaging 280 points a man. 25 points above the necessary totaJ for qualification as a pistol expert. The first five high individual scores were the totals of the local team. KECOKD SCORES Team Member-- S.F, T.F. it.F. L. £. Attstot . 9 H ]|)n W. K. Winnie as qj E. K. MeSweeney 88 . 84 100 94 no TEAM TOTAL BALBOA 481 4T.O 480 436 To. 274 271 1400 U93 BUCKY HARRIS TO PUT GOOD SQUAD TOGETHER IN 1936 Washington to Have Paste: Oilfield Combination m Loop, Better Hurling. By PAUL MICKELSON Associated Tress Sporls Writer. ORLANDO. Fla., (.T)--Bucky Hat ris. once the boy wonder manage may come up with a boy wonde Washington team this year. Bucky dcos not figure to crash b the American league's potentia "Big Four" to capture- the pennan but he docs hold a good chance t top second division and possibl; slip into first division. The Senators, rebuilt so corn pletely that only Earl Whitehill, Jo Kuhel and Buddy Myer remai: among- the regulars of the 193 championship club, remind me o the "kid" squad that the Chicag Cubs started out with last spring At almost every vital spot Harir has posted young hustlers not s long out of knee breeches. Most Interesting Team. "This is the most interesting teair I've ever managed," said Harris who is starting his thirteenth yea as a major league pilot. "They're do ing so well in training that I an commencing to believe there is Santa Clans. Oh, we'll have some terrible days, but we'll have some good ones, too. We'll fool a lot of people." With Cecil Travis, converted from third baseman to shortstop anc Buddy Lewis, 19 year old third baseman who came up from Chat tanooga ,in high gear and with Myer at second and Kuhel at first, Harris' infield worries appear over. Fastest Outfield. His outfield, it seems, will be the fastest in either league with Jesse Hill, Wilson Miles and Alvin Powell, forming the patrol. Pitching should be stronger than last year but not great. Buck Newsom, who won 11 games during the two months he was able to work, is expected to be the team's big winner. Forming the "Big Four" with him probably will be Whitehill, Ed Linke, who 'finished last · season with eight straight victories, and Jimmy Deshong, who Harris believes never got a real chance to prove his worth with the Yankees Prof. Monte Weaver, after two bad years, is a question mark. Rookies Show Promise. Among the rookies, Henry Coppola, who won 3 and lost 4 last season before a sore arm shelved him, and Dick Lanahan, another husky right hander who came up for a rial late last year, show fine aromise. Catching- is Harris' biggest prob- em. Cliff Bolton. a powerful hitter, ·loesn't satisfy Harris on defense and a trade may be made to plug the spot. The Senators should.have plenty f power at the plate with Myer, Travis and Kuhel doing the biggest part of the work. HERE'S GOOD NEWS FOR YOU! AVe Have Installed New f Equipment in Our Service Department to R e d u c e Costly Repair Bills for You! This amazinc new Sun Motor Tester revolutionizes motor servicing, U ends all puess work . . . permits absolute accurate diac- nosis of every motor trouble . . . enables your car to Rive peak performance at all times . . . lowers operating expenses. We invite all car owners to come In and sec this wonderful new equipment in operation. COMPLETE LUBRICATION SERVICE We are equipped to service all makes of cars. Our expert mechanics are ready to make the change necessary in your car to assure better summer driving. We CHAMPS PLAY. AMES, (.Tl--The Iowa State polo team, midwest collegiate champion last year, will meet the University of Illinois, Big Ten winner, in the armory here Saturday night. } use the best grades of oils and { lubricants. ! Joirn Gallagher Inc. PONTIAC SALES AND SF.UVICE Over 10 Years in Mason City 27 Second St. S. E. Phone 1567 CARBURETOR and FUEL PUMP TEST Central Auto Electric Co. New Location Next to Fire Station PHONE 494 DANA TO BATTLE AT LOCAL SCRAP 3ritt Boxer to Have Top Spot, Opponent Not Yet Named for Legion Card. Bearcat Dana of Britt will be one f the top performers in the first American Legion boxing show to be ield under the management of Slim ~?raychee, former local ring great nd now assistant promoter for the ocal post. The opponent for Dana as not been selected, although the j show will be held March 19. A pair of rough and ready sluggers will hold the semiwindup spot, with Leo O'Gorman and Elmer Fritz meeting in a heavyweight contest. The prelims will see Billy Ray and John Holman, 160 pounders, meeting-, while George Kavaya opposes Leon DeRock. Bob Kipper, now a local boy, but a former amateur boxer in Ottumwa. will meet Bud Kecny of Manly, while Frank Murphy, who has had experience in Dubuque rings as an amateur, will battle Al Douglas in the other contests. PARMELEE FIRES HARDEST IN CARD CHUCKING STAFF More Stuff Than Deans, Says Virgil Davis; Patty Berg Gains Weight in Golf. By KIMMK RKIKT/. Associated Press Sports Writ LAKELAND, Fla., CTl---Virg Davis says Roy Pavmclec has mot stuff than any man on the Cardin: staff, including the Deans. . . . The say Frank Pytlak's trouble is on! a complex.. . . he's as good as eve if he'd only believe it. I7.7.y Kline, trainer for Barne Ross, says Jimmy McLarnin wi half kill Tony Canzoneri when the meet in May. . . . Firpo Marberr believes he'll make the grade wit the Giants because he's had K tcel extracted. Over at Bradenton the Cardinal chipped in to buy Bill Dclancey a expensive lounging robe. . . . Bill i ill in Arizona and can't play thi year . . , the Cards are nice tha way. . . . When they won the 193 world's series, they voted a share to Charlie Gcibert, flat on hi back in a hospital. There is a surprising shortage o lod young catchers in the bi league training camps. . . . Compet itive golf takes weight off roos people . . . but not Patty Berg, th Minneapolis sensation--she's pickOi up 18 pounds during- the Florida season. Dolph Camilli is the most popnla man on the Philly squad. . , . Buckej L Iarris is beginning his thirteenth season as a big league pilot. . . Connie Mack is starting his f i f t y .bird year . . . and he's as cnthu siastic as ever. . . . J i m m y Fox "ays Lefty Grov-3 was the sreates itcher in the American league las year. You've all heard how the grea oe Jackson disliked shoes . . . wel Lou Scoffic. Cardinal rookie out ielder, is the same way abou socks . . . he'd rather play in hi nare legs . . . so long as he crack .hat apple, Frankie Frisch doesn' Freddie Russell, of the Nashvill Banner,-says Tallahassee is'the bes spot in Florida for a ball club t rain . . . that's where the volun eers are getting in shape. * * * Hal Trosky, called the best fresh ,an of 1934. was on his way to see 'onnie Mack when a Clcvelanc cout stepped in and signed him . . Dizzy Dean carries no less than 0 bank books . . . the White So* o longer need a detective to chasi itcher Johnny Whitehcad. . .. dur- ng the winter he was watched so e wouldn't eat too many steaks rtrich were blamed for his losing treak last season after winning his rst eight starts. Jimmy Dykes now does the sleuth- ig . . . the Reds are trying to con ert Clilvin Chapman, an infielder, ito an outfielder because of his iced. . . Branch Rickey is flying to radenton Friday , . . Dizzy Dean heading in some other direction ooting his three-tone horn . . . so hat? JayE.Houlahan,M.D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office 773 Phones Res. 3131 426-28 FORESTERS' BLDG. BASEBALL Now is the time to get ready for the ol ( ball season. BASEBALL SHOES from S2.95 BASEBALL UNIFORMS S3.48, J53.99, S4-7I, $5.66 GLOVES from 75c BATS, 24c LEAGUE BATS, oOc up Complete Uniform Service Ot Our Trices on Your Requirements Before Buying: ·JO!) N o r t h Federal r Bs»oihe?$ "KvPr.vMiing for Sport" Phone rl.- aron Ben Wins Top Tussle of Card in Match Held at Local Armory. Baron Ben Ginsberg upheld the honor of the "nobility" as well as his claim to the Jewish heavyweight championship by pinning Bill Demetral, Greek champion, in two out of three falls in the main event of the Legion 'rassling show at the armory Thursday night. The baron's dexterity at the rough points of the mat game, professional style, was too much for the Grecian matman who earned the first fall with his favorite weapon--the toehold, in 11 minute. 1 !, but lost the next two on body slams in 13 and 8 minutes. Ginsberg performed his usual routine by threatening everybody from the rofcrCe to the fans in the entire west side bleachers. Several changes necessitated in the- card when three 'rasslcrs were unable to come here because of road conditions put Billy Schober of Clear Lake in the ring against Carl Ncid- erman of Mason City in a 20 minute semiwindup match which went to a draw. INTeiderman's pet "liold" was riis butting which the Clear Laker overcame, however, with some real wrestling. Don Mclntyre. former football player at Washburn college, went Lhrough a 30 minute draw with Tag Tagesoa of Mason City in the open- ng bout. No damage was inflicted but a good time was had by al] except the referee. Neiderman was the arbiter in the opener while Tageson acted as the third man in the ring in the semiwindup and final match. FLEMMING TOPS AMES. (.Ti--Jack FIcmminp, jun- , I ior forward, led the Iowa State col- | ! lege basketball team in scoring j ( W i t h 15") points in 16 games durin i t h e 1935-36 season. Lions Come From Behind in Last Minutes to Win Mason City Up With* Northwood in "A" Class Games. Leading 21 to 14 with five minutes of the game left, St. Ansgar's favored Class A entry in the Mason City sectional basketball derby faltered as victory was in sight, and lost to Clear Lake in the first round of the tournament, 23 to 21- The upset \va.s accomplished in the Thursday night program at the sectional* meet, and placed Clear Lake in the second round of the tournament, where the Lions will oppose Northwood. The Lions will play the Vikings at 7:30 o'clock Friday night, while Mason City, winner over Garner, 39 to 15, on Thursday evening, will meet Rockford at 8:40. The upset Clear Lake victory, which tipped topsy-turvy all the predictions on the tournament outcome, was accomplished as St. Ana- gar called on reserves to patch its TOURNAMENT BOXSCORES NORTlUVOOM--,17 IK f t \vnisiT r T. XrKnii slum- r CLASS A AIAXLV--1 II 4 Nrnrertlci r PARSONS GOES OUT DAVENPORT, (.T) -- Davenport high school's basketball team, already being considered as a serious contender for the state title, will go into the sectional tournament at Clinton without the services of its star center. Russ Parsons. Parsons will not be able to compete in the tourney becaue of a severely sprained ankle. The loss of Parsons is expected to hamper the Davenport team's attack. lineup in the last quarter. John Albert Haivorsoti and Edwin Teach, center and guard in the Saint starting lineup, were forced out on fouls late in the game. Bill Murphy, midget Lion guard, was stopped by Junior Dockstader as he got away on an attempted fast break, and dropped in a pair of free throws as Dockstader drew a penalty to set the score at 21 to 16. In a tangle under the basket, gigantic Bob Widger nudged the ball up and through the hoop for another pair of points, and the Lions closed the gap in the score as Bldon Leins and Jim Lane dropped a free throw apiece in fou tries. Leins' tipin shot set the Lions ahead, and the Clear Lake cagcrs stalled their way out. St. Ansgar m:ssed a chance at tying the score when huge Wilmer Vedder fizzled at .the. free throw, line, and Murphy dropped in another free toss to MASON CITY BOXSCORE MASO.V CIT1--39 Flrtchrr f . ·ililpli-y f-(- Itatinini; f . Wallacr f . 1 I i n Furhrn t I K :: :t r. Hawaii f n II II I) Masnn f II in i i .1. itiisuiiti r o II (I II I'lnlii f I) II II 1 ctilviT s II I :i II Mt-tliintli-rs R (I TOTALS 21 n M TOTALS orr li.v niinrlrri : MANI.Y Mnnlj- 8. CLEAR LAKE--23 ST. AN5GAH--21 If I \Vhl5iT f I.clns c Murph.v K OMrnmlcr c If II f fl 1 tx llordott f .1 II l II .huir.niv ( ·· 1 1 2 C.rolli f 1 2 I 1 llnlvnraim c II II li :i Visitor c i 1 II II IVsrli s II 2 tl :t McKtiinil i: I) lliirli.stiKlfr s II (I 0 II 4 l» l 2 I TOTALS : 'J I3x TOTALS R 5 13 i-- Trrlinlml fcilll. I.IIM I I I . Riiniihit; score by iliwrlers: CI.KAIC L A K E .......... 2 7 I n 23 ST. ANSC.AIl ........... H I I 111 21 Frro Ihrmvs missed: C'li'llr Lake 10; St. give Clear Lake a bigger margin at the end. Neither of the other first round victories in Class A were impressive, although Northwood and Mason City advanced by big scores. Northwood depended on John Hale, stretchy center, who counted 21 points as Manly fell, 54 to 17, and Mason City built up its 39 to Iff margin over Garner largely through the efforts of Howard Stoecker, all- state pivot man of last season. Casey Cagers Win Tussle With Algona School Team ALGONA--The Algona Knights of Columbus basketball team defeated the St. Cecelia's academy boys' team here Wednesday night 19 to .13. Following the game another was played between the Fats and the Leans. The Fats won 14 to 12 in a rough and tumble scrap. The winners included Frank Grand- jenctte, Lyle Reynolds, Leonard Nelson, Pat Cullen, Charles Hoffman and Joe Dahlhauser, Jim Watts, "" DuHoB, George Henley and Father Ahmann made up the leans. STARS READY TO ENTER CONTESTS FOR MAT TITLES Western Conference Teams in League Meeting; 10 Aces Hold Clear Records. IOWA CITY, U'l--Eight Western conference wrestling coaches were on hand for drawings in the championship tournament here Friday, as 58 of the best Big; Ten grapplers weighed in for p r e l i m i n a r y matches. Every school except Wisconsin and Pin-duo was represented in the championship meet. Complete teams had been entered by Iowa, Indiana, Illinois. Michigan and Minnesota, while Ohio State had four entries,' Northwestern, four, and Chicago one. ' Illinois, the defending champion, and Indiana, the most . frequent team winner in history, were ranked as the favorites, although the Hawk- eyes with strength concentrated in the heavier weights and the 135 pound class, were expected to have an outside chance. 10 Unbeaten Stars. The roster of individual stars included four defending champions and 10 men who have been undefeated this season. Bob Larson, 135, and Earl Kielhorn, 65, are the Iowa defending champions, with Ralph Silverstcin, 175, and Pete Pakutin- sky, 126, of Illinois. Indiana will have Capt. Charles McDanicl, national collegiate heavyweight champion; Cliff Myers, national A. A. U. 1122 pound champion, and Willard Duffy, unbeaten 126 pounder. Ear] Thomas, Michigan 135 pound contender, is expected to give Larson a tussle in his division, while Verne Heiser. 175, Ohio State; Harry Wright, 2-10 pound Michigan heavyweight: Don Dailey, 155, Minnesota, and Scott Fisher, 145, Iowa, are among the other strong individual entries. Score on 5-3-1 Basis. Team points in the meet will be scored on the basis of five for first place, three for second and one for third, with one additional point given the team whose man scores a fall regardless of the round. Semifinal matches will be held Saturday afternoon and finals and consolation bouts Saturday night. Referees will be John Drummond and James KallasV both of Chicago. FALFSKIN ORDS TOTA 1.S . .. .' I Scon- by quarters: IASOX (TIT :AR.\FR (Jit to prove our leadership we have decreased the prices ot these excellent quality Men's Shoes i n s t e a d of increasing them! Stock up now. 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