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February 25, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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SECTIONAL TILTS TO BE HELD ON 33 CAGE COURTS List of 260 Teams Entered Is Longest in History of Athletic Union. . IDA GROVE, Feb. 25. IS^-C. W. Sankey, secretary of the Girls High School Athletic Union made public a .list of 260 girls basketball teama which will compete* in 33 sectional tournaments, March 12, 13 and 14. '·The list Is .the longest -in the history of the organization and means that approximately 3,000 Iowa high school girls will compete in the first '·of the series of elimination tournaments to determine the championship cake sextet in the state. / District Meets to Follow. ' Winners of the sectional tournaments will compete in district meets, March 19, 20 and 21. Sankey said. Out of the district meets, eight teama wil be selected to participate in the state- championship tournament to be held In Des Moinea, March' 26, 27 and 28. Sankey pointed to nine teams which have v shown- outstanding strength during their regular sea-, sons. Among these he mentioned Perry, the -1930 state champions. Audubon, which will compete with Perry in the southwest district, is 1 the principal rival of the titlehold- '.ers. \Ha Grove Is Strong. . Ida .Grove and Akron appear strong- among, the northwest district team, Aplington and Hansell in the northeast and Centerville, Batavia and Mystic in the southeast. ' · ' The list of teams entered In the sectional tournaments together with the towns in which they will compete follows: i ' Northeast district--72 teams. At Hansell--Alexander, Chapin, Dows, Dumont, Geneva, Hampton, Hansell and Iowa Fallj. At Grundy Center -- ApUngton, Beaman, Conrad, Grundy Center, Finchford Janesville). Newhall, Relnbeck, Shell Rock and Wells..; burg. · ' · - . . At- Lament--Arlington, Aurora', S Dtinkerton, Hazelton, Jessup, Lamont, Maynard, Oelweln, Stanley and' Winthrop. At Manly--Floyd Kene'tt, Manly, Mclntire, Nora Springs and Sheffield. j At Monona--CTemont, Garnavll- lo, Guttenberg, Hawkeye, Lansing, Monona, New Albih, Postville, Waterville and West Union. .;·- ·'"Northwest district--55 teams: At Jewell--Ellsworth, Harcourt, Jewell, Kamrar, Otho, Rowan, Stan, hope and Woolstock. At Bancroft--Armstrong, Bancroft, Dolliver, Graettinger, Ledyard. Lone Rock, Ringsted and Seneca. ' : . ' · . ' ' . ' ' At Battle Creek--^Battle: Creek, Galva, Holstein, Ida Grove, Kiron Soldier, Wall Lake and Waahta. At Akron--Ireton, Akron, Liber, t ty Center, Merrill, Sanborn, Grand · Meadow, and Westfield.,, ' Atv West Bend--Bode, "LuVerne; Ottesen,. Plover, Rodman, Ruthveh West Bend.and Whlttemore. / ZE1 ANNOUNCED RTS MASON CITY, IOWA, FEBRUARY 25 1931 NORTH IOWA WRESTLERS ENTER STATE MEET TO MEET ANDERSON DON HAMPTON BASKETBALL RESULTS By THE'ASSOCIATED PRESS Orinnell 21, Marquette 17, . Ellsworth S3, Boona Junior colleire · 30. Graceland Junior college 36, Clar. Inda Junior college 23. Creston Junior college 46, Oharlton Junior college 43. Luther 45, Upper Iowa 28. La Ordsse Teachers 37, Columbia - 18. Kansas Aggies'32, Nebraska 30. Lawrence 26, Ripon 24. Illinois State Teachers 44, Illinois Wesleyan 29. ~ St. Louis 27, Washington 22. Belolt 30, Carroll 27. Milwaukee Teachers 28, Whitewater Teachers 24. Texas Christian university 30, Texas Aggies 26. Washington State 88, Washington «£u* i Eureka 22, MHllken 20. Augustana S2, Knox 27. Grundy Center v 23, Cedar Falls 13. Benson (Omaha) 23, Thomas Jefferson (Council Bluffs) 11. St Francis (Council Bluffs) 24, Holy Name (Omaha) 19. Davenport 31, Ottumwa 19. If King Alfonso is really democratic, the opposition is wasting breath. Who ever heard of a democrat resigning?--Fountain Inn Trih- une. BATTLE ROYAL IS ASSURED FOR 40 ROUND RING CARD Roy Bates, Kid Smith, Bill Banning to Meet Trio From Waterloo. The battle royal for Thursday's boxing show at the armory is assured, according to Matchmaker Joe Kelly of the American Legiou drum corps. Roy Bates, Kid Smith and Billy Banning agreed to meet three other husky Negroes from Waterloo, which will be brot here by George Metcalf, boxing promoter of that city. Mr. Metcalf will bring Kid Lehr, who will box . Glenn Musselman, Fort D'odge, in the six round semi- windup. Mr. Metcalf will also bring Young Casey,- wno rwill- meet Gordon Stewart, "fighting fool" from Dows, in another six rounder. GofdoA Stewart arrived in town Wednesday and reported to the matchmaker that he has competed his final workout and is now readv for the' Waterloo scrapper. Kid Weaver of Carteraville sent word that he is in good 'shape for his tilt with Lee Jones and word was also received from Jones stating that he is waiting for the bell. "Wild Cat" Thompson, Chicago Negro lightweight who has been working daily in the local gym, has sent word that: he is now fit and ready for ·the hard hitting Ralph Johnson of Albert Lea. Valle Kline stated that he is in the best shape of his career for his four round' bout with Kid Mclnroy of Shell Rock. Kid Mclnroy sent word that he expected to arrive in town sometime Wednesday to com* plete his final workout for their Kelly, matchmaker for the bout. Joe , Legion drum corps, announced that he will referee all the bouts on Thursday night's card. i FIGHT RESULTS MAT WINNERS OF DISTRICTS WILL MEET IN FINALS Iowa State to Be Host to 80 Contestants for Title Honors. AMES, Feb. 25. UP) -- Eighty youthful wrestler^ representing 20 Iowa high schools will meet here Friday and Saturday in the finals of the state tournament to decide individual champions in 10 classes from 85 pounds to heavyweight and to determine the team champion. 'The Eldora Training School and Ames high lead the list-with representatives in rune of the 10 classes and Cresco high school is close behind with eight contestants qualified. Two-day elimination tournaments were held last week-end at Fort Dodge, Cresco, Mt. Vernon and Orient to determine the 80 qualifi- ·3. Fort Dodge Holds Title. The team championship was won in 1930 by Fort Dodge high'school, hut only five Dodgers qualified this year and either-the Cresco, Eldora Training school or Ames teams may wrest their laurels from them. With all nine of their representatives capturing individual honors at the'Mt. Vernon district meet, the training school grapplers appear to have : the edge. Five of the nine Ames contestants finished first in their class at the district meet at Orient, while four, qualified by tr.»- ing seconds. ' The Cregco wrestlers won six firsts and two seconds in the meet there. North iowans Entered. Other schools and their entries are: Clarion 5, New' Hampton 5, Dubuque 5, Iowa Falls 4, Perry 4, Carroll 4, Eagle Grove 3, Valley Junction 3, Sac City 3, Cherokee 3, Eldora 3, Iowa Falls 2, Clinton 2, and Decorah, Graettinger and Belle Plaine 1 each. . Titles will be decided in the 85 95 105,' 115, 225, 135, 145, 155 and 165 pound classes and the heavyweight division. , ' The pairings for the first round of the finals are: 85-pound class--C. Johnson (Fort Dodge) and Lickteig (Cresco); Hunt (Eldora Training) and Osman (Eagle Grove); Vujnovich (Valley Junction) and Brown (Dubuque); Hamilton (Iowa Falls) and Wheeler (Ames). 95-pound class--Cameron (Cresco) and W. Brown (Dubuque); Russell (Sac City) and Hamilton (Iowa Falls); Ferguson (Valley Junction) and Peck (Cherokee); Kinsella 1 (Eldora Training-) and Wasscn (Perry). 105-pound class--Brand (Fort Dodge) and Gustafson (Clinton); Brown (Eldora Training) and Inman (Ames); Kenyon' (Perry) and Valla (New Hampton); Davis Cresco) and Thomas (Clarion). 115-pound class -- Crisman (Eldora Training) and Lyons (Ames); By ASSOCIATED PRESS. AKRON, Ohio--Meyer .(K. O.) Christuer, Akron, outpointed Emmett Hocco, Kllwood City, Pa., (10); newspaper consensus. INDIANAPOLIS--Midget Mike O'Dowd, Columbus, Ohio, and Phil Zwick, Cleveland, drew (10). OKLAHOMA CITY -- Cowboy Owen Phelps, Montana, knocked out Sailor Enright, Philadelphia (1). MAY AGREE ON 1931 CONTRACT. BRADENTON, Fla., Feb. -25. (]P --Flint Rhem, the only unsigned player in the Cardinals' training camp here, was scheduled to confer with President Sam Breadon regarding a 1931 contract. Breadon and Rhem were thousand dallars reported several B O X I N G Thursday -- Armory -- 8.30 8--BOUTS ~8 AND A BATTLE ROYAL SEATS ON SALE AT BOYD'S CIGAR STOKE NOW Friccs $1.50 Ringside; General Admission Sl.OO; Ladles 50c Harrison (Carroll) and Stephens (New Hampton); Hoskins (Iowa Falls ) and Heacock (Sac City), Roepke (Eagle Grove) and Davisor (Eldora). 125-pound class--Nelson (Ames) and Baternan (Cresco); Dickonson (Eldora) and R. Willenberg (Carroll); Shane (Iowa Falls) and Fisher (Eagle Grove); Larson (Fort Dodge) and Peterson (Clinton;) , 135-pound class--McGrath (Clarion) and Fowler (Eldora); DeWalie (Cresco) and Keilhorn (Cherokee); West (Ames) and Champlin, (Iowa Falls); Perrlgo (Eldora Training) and L. Willenberg (Carroll). 145 pound class--Ruggles (Amesi and Anthony (Dubuque); Adams (Sac City) and Scully (New Hampton); Ames (Eldora Training) and Foundstone 1 (Clarion); Sander (Iowa Falls) and Brewster (Perry). 155-pound class--Shepard (Eldora Training) and Adams (New Hampton); Barrett (Carroll) and, Enge (Clarion); Zbornik (Cresco) and Chiem (Ames); Gargano (Fort Dodge) and Muir (Dubuque). 165-pound classy-Meyers (Cresco) and Pasaick Valley Junction); Wash (Clarion) and Berwenger (Dubuque); McLaiighlin (AmesJ and Aschin (Decorah); Turnure (E* dora Training) and Guthrie (Fort Dodge). .' Heavyweight -- Moore {Eldora Training) and Dooming (Graettinger); Hennlng (Cresco) and Gibson Perry); Simons (Cherokee) and Fickbobn (New Hampton); Ash (Ames) and Van Scoy (Belle Plaine). CLARKE SAYS NEW BAtL IS LIVELY. . . SAN ANTONIO. 'Texas, Feb. 25 C/PV-Havlng given the new bill a preliminary test, Tom Clarke, veteran coach of the New York Giants comes up with the opinion that it's as lively as ever. "There may be better pitchers this year and more accurate throwing by the fielders," says Clarke, "but the ball' travels as far ns ever. There won't be so much wildness on the mound but the line drives will be just as wild as ever." SPORT SCRAPS S ~ O GREAT was the popular belief that John li. Sullivan could not lose to Jim Corbett that the public hardly, believed the newspapers when 'the story blazed over the wires that John L. had been knocked cold in the, twenty-first first round. . - * · * » THE] SOUTHERN. ASSOCIATION HAS REFUSED POINT BLANK TO EXPERIMENT WITH THE NEW BOLDLY-STITCHED FAT-HIDED BASEBAL'L. *' » * "THE American association, one ·I of the biggest minors "and quite noted for its conservative attitude will try the ball during the spring training period and may go back to the old pellet for the pennant race. * ' » » And It's no secret that a least three National league clubs do not like the new ball and never dW. They are Chicago, Fhlia- , delphia and Boston. * * * IT BEGINS to look as tho the new 1 ball is.going to have a stormy Infancy. So many club owners have become accustomed to seeing their employes rise to. heroic heights in the fans' e yes, due .to their homerun feats, that they--the club owners- are a bit skittish about cutting down on said homers. * * * Among- . m a n y interesting speculations aroused or stirnu- · lated by the, retirement of Bobby Jones from competitive golf perhaps the most interesting Is the speculation as to which ol the great' competitors, apparently, jinked and jonahed by intimate contact with his steady march to the top of the world; will return first to a commanding position. * * * : WITH THE RED BIRDS THIS YEAR WILL BE JEROME HERMAN DEAN, PITCHER, BEFORE 'AND AFTER DINNER SPEAKER AND GENERAL ALL-AROUND PUBLICITY MAN FOR,JEROME HERMAN DEAN. HIS NICKNAME IS DIZZY. THAT'S THE PAYOFF. * * * TTORNSBY is understood to be *1 angling for Sunny Jim Bottomley to handle the first sack, succeeding Charley Grimm. If Rogers does get hold of the Card star, the Cubs will be.set for the fight. BROWNS UMBER UP IN FLORIDA. WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., Feb. 25. UP)--The first contingent of the St. Louis Browns was limbered up here Tuesday afternoon. Approximately half of .the squad of 28 was on hand for the initial workout. Savoldi Pins Iowa Heavyweight to Mat SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 25. (JP-Joe Savoldi, former Notre Dame halfback, defeated Howard Cantonwine, Iowa heavyweight wrestler, in two straight falls last night. It was Savoldi's second professional appearance on the mat. Savoidi took both falls with flying tackles, the first in 19 minutes and the second 9 minutes later. Cantonwine weighed 225 and Savoldi 205. ' TRIO OF BATTEBYMEN SHOW PROMISE AT TAMPA. TAMPA, Fla., Feb. 25. JF--"Red 1 ! Lucas, Bennie Frey and Si Johnson, looked especially well as the Cincinnati Reds' batterymen went thru their second day of practice. Mickey Doolan and Bobby Walsh were in direct charge of the workouts, in the bbsence of Manager Dan Howley, confined to his home with an infected toe. FIVE EVENTS Tl CLIMAX IOWANS' DUAL SCHEDULES Track, Swim Teams Stay Home as Cagers, Matmen Take to Road. IOWA CITY, Feb. 25.--By appearing- in five events between Friday and Monday, University of Iowa athletic teams carry the season of indoor dual contests past the peak of activity. Attempts to avenge earlier defeats will be made by the basketball team, Saturday at Illinois and Monday at Northwestern, but with scant hope of success in cither ef-' fort. The wrestlers, who broke even in their four coherence meets, meet Oklahoma at Norman Saturday. Home fans' interest will center upon the track team's dual meet with Wisconsin Saturday afternoon, a clash of unbeaten aggregations. The Hawkeyes have roundly whipped both Chicago and Minnesota, while Wi«ansin dropped tb.9 Gophers and won a quadrangular meet from Ohio State, Chicago, and Northwestern. The Hawkeyes take on Wisconsin here Friday evening with excellent chances for another victory, You are H «M ' ^ elping Awaken the Public to the Ever Existent Danger . Says DR. EARL MUSSLEMAN Health Commissioner, Department of Public Health, Alliance, Ohio ... one of 56 health officials from 56 different points approving Cremo's crusade against spit or spit-tipping. Every smoker, every wife whose husband smokes cigars, should read Dr. Mussleman's letter. * ( Who are the friends of'Spit'?" YOU MAY WELL ASK THIS QUESTION WHEN 36 IMPORTANT HEALTH OFFICIALS HAVE WRITTEN SO STRONGLY AGAINST THE EVILS OF SPIT OR SPIT-TIPPING. Dr. Mussleman writes: "Your advertisements warn against the danger to health in the 'Spit-tipping' method of cigar manufacture." Thewar against spit is a crusade of decency.Joinit...SmokeCertified Cremo- a really Wonderful smoke - mild - mellow -- nut- sweet! 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