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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 6 H 1937 NINE WRESTLERS WIN, CAGERS LOSE CONTESTS AT LOCAL KEGLERS ROLL GAMES STATE TOURNEY Six Teams From Mason City to Enter Five-Man Go at Des Mpines. CITY LEAGUE SCHEDULE Monday. Alleys 3-2--Open, fi-l--Tyler-Ryan Furniture vs. Kozy Kor- rter. l-K-- Golden Glow- Vs. Sloildard's. VK--Hcrinanson flros. Dairy vs. C o t t a g e G r i l l - B l u e R i b b o n . Tuesday. I--:--o lit u. 1 - t -- D e c k e r ' s r l a n l vs. Mfmse. l . n i l t e , S-0--Decker's O/five vs. l i u s l i ll.ivry mid Son. f.»--.Maple In" vs. OM Timers. DES MOINES,' (fP)--Six out-of- town teams will take the alleys as tlie annual Iowa stale bowling tournament enters its iinal weekend. Sioux City and Mason City rollers in the doubles and singles events are scheduled to start the firing, followed by the team event with competitors Jrom Dubuque, Mason City, Newton, and Sioux City. Rod;: Island and Moline, 111., LOCAL ENTRANTS Hugh Davey and Son, Tyler- Ryan Furniture, Golden Glow. Cottage Grill-Blue R i b b o n , Kozy Korner and KGLO will enter the slate bowling tournament at Des Moines. Preps Win in ! Mat Scrap at New Hampton Coast to Win After Early Matches Make Big Edge in Dual Contests. NEW HAMPTON--Mason City's Mohawks earned four falls and one decision to defeat New Hampton here Friday night 23 to 17 in a mat duel. Piling up three falls and a decision in the first five matches, the Mohawks coasted to a victory. The Whalen-Leake match in the heavyweight class was the standout o£ the eveniii,TM. It was forced into overtime periods with being declared winner by Harry Seivers, referee. SUMMARY: S.-- llcrkcr IMC) threw Wall* (N'll), r!:10. 95--McGen ( N i l ) ilecisiouecl W a l l e r XM C), S:3S. tor--Mutt 3 I C t h r e w Euan ( S I D , J-.:IB. 113--Leewrijrht ( M C ) Ihrr.w D. K n u l s o n ( N i l ) . 3:11. 125--O. Thompson (MC) decisioned M i l - Icr ( N i l ) . 4:110. 133--Ball ( N i l ) decisinned Callccliia (M C). 4:10. 145--l-']iEcr ( N ' l l ) Occisioned .T. Thnnilison I M C ) , 3:3-!. 1o.---Rumclinlc ( M C ) llirew K. Kiml'.ou ( N i l ) . (i:S7. lliS-^Kobliika ( N i l ) t h r e w Galios ( M C ) , S:;IO. H e a v y w e i g h t -- I V h a t e n ( M i l t l e c i s i o i i e d Lcake (MO. ( r e f e r e e d e c i s i o n ) , t t e f e r e c : S i e v c r s ( I o w a ) . WATERLOO CAGE TEAM GETS WIN IN LOCAL SCRAP Mohawks Lose Lead, Slide Down Notch in League Basket Rankings. keglers, who were given permission to compete, join the Davenport teams in a later shift, while Davenport bowlers take over all 12 alleys in the doubles and singles finals. The Heck-Ross clothiers o£ Des Moines hold the team event lead with a 3,027 total; the Portcr- Barker combination o£ DCS Moines head the doubles with 1,294, and another capital city bowler, Hube Rainwater, holds the No. 1 position in the singles with a 718 total. Clarion Team Wins Over Eaglet Squad EAGLE GROVE--John Martin, Eagle Grove heavyweight, saved the Eagles a shutout loss by winning a decision over Evans in the final match of a dual meet Friday night, as Clarion won by a score of 35 to 3. THE-SUIUMAR1' 8J--McOllourh (C) dcclsioned Mcrsch (EG). (l.--Bell (C) threw Iloyt ( K G ) , 3:111. 10.-,--Kirstcln (C) tlccisioned T. Prelim I E G ) . 115--D. M c O l l o m h (C) threw C. Prelim (EG), -t:15. I2.--Uohinson (C) d e c i b i o n c d McCoy (EG). 135--Morford (C) thrcv/ Umstcad ( E G ) , 5:15. Mr.--Armour (C) tlccisioncil I,. M a r l i r ( E G ) ( o v e r t i m e ) . )3S--Slmrii (C) rfeci.iiouell Hililtiiis I!OV l(i.--Campbell (C) threw Folkodohl ( E G ) I ::!). Jlcavyivcijrlil--.1. M a r t i n (liG) decisions!! E v a n s (C). OTER'S COW Mason City Gets Toss for Needed Point in Extra Period Cage Game. DES MOINES, (UP)--Drake university Friday night foughl a tight Missouri Valley conference basketball game with Creighton university that was settled in the final minute of an overtime period when Bud Suter, Drake forward, dropped a frccthrow through Ihc loop to give the Bulldogs a 43 to 42 victory. Working to retain its hold on second place in the Missouri Valley conference, Drake eked out 20 to 17 lead al the half but Creighton tied it up nt :i8-38 al the closing gun. One Rung Lower I.ASON CJTV--M S h o t s r", FT KT.M PI' I'll. V a l l a c c f ... 8 3 3 I I I: v e n z y 1 . . . I I I -i II II I -I luff r .I :; n n I l n r m i i l l c . . . . 1 l I '' II I l e n n r r r I 1 I II ^ I! V. \Vood g .. 1 II n " I II IViiiul c . - » II ' II II l II i d l e r 5 . . . I I I II 1 1 ·: roTAi.s ____ 1:1 s i t ,1'ATEHLOO WKST-- -!7 Slmls IT. Fl' F T J l IT I'ls. lleson I . ____ in :i ,"» 1 n 11 l a i l l n C ..... ! 1 " i II :! lahliml c ____ 'I 0 II " I 0 Schrock c ... ii :! I I 1 a ilrccimier s . . I - " " ii n D TOTALS I:' '· « ! 8 Score by .piarln-,; IIAS'OX CITY 7 1-i 17 i V A T K R I . O O WEST 7 II M III-: K Kill!!:: L. IV. "Mmiu" W h i l l u r d I. S. T. C.). By AL MITCHELL Glubc-Gazctle Sports Editor Losing their lead in the thirc period, after they had taken advantage of a hot streak to gel into a 12 to a lead at the h a l f , Mason Cily high school's Mohawks were pushed deeper down the Big Four conference ladder by Waterloo AV'est here Friday night, losing BIG FOUR STANDINGS IV. L. Vet. Waterloo Kast -I IV 1.000 Waterloo West 3 I .750 MASON C1TV 1 S .250 Fort Dodffc 0 4 .000 FUIDAY RESULTS Waterloo W. Z7; Mason Cily 23. Waterloo E. 33; Forl Dodge 31. Joe Gould Tosses Heavy Bombshell in Windy City New Iowa Coach ' Won't Sign Unless Backer Can Guarantee Soldier Field Battle Site. By EAKL HILUGAN Four Teams Advance at County Cage Test WRIGHT COUNTY flIEET At Bclmoncl. Firsl Routicl. CI,ASS .V Clarion ^7: nclnioitil :ll. Eagle Grove :l»: Iows n. CI,ASS n \Vonl»lock 4111 Kowan 13. G o l d f i e l d 37i Gall 37. BELMOND--Woolstock, Goldfield, Clarion and Eagle Grove won in Wright county tournament games played here Friday. Rowan lost to Woolstock 40 to 13; Goldfield defeated Gait 37 to 2Y; Clarion won from Belmond 37 to II, and Eagle Grove downed Dows 38 to 13. Iowa Falls Winner in Eldora Tussles IOWA FALLS-- Iowa Falls, held to a tie with Eldora 2i to 21 in a previous match, deefated the Eldora wrestling squad Friday night 22 to 18. THE SUMMARY 8.- -- Lo-Larger ( I F ) tleeislanril W l i l l - iiey ( E ) . !ir -- Iowa Tails won by r n r t e i l . 105 -- Wallers ( L) thrnu- 1,. L c a r y (ll'l, .1:11. 113-- U'ood (ID ilcrhioncil C. Dlvill- son ( E ) . 12,1 -- Sword ( L lliren- Slralnirti ( I K ) . 3:l,"i. Kir -- O n c k i v o r l h ( l l ' l ttccisioneil E c k l c s ( K l in o v e r t i m e . 11,1 -- .Thuinpson ( l l ' J dcciaioncil Albcc ( E ) . Mr!-^Cris»er (F.) l l i r e w Itiinli f l l ' ) . Ftr -- F u l l e r ( I F ) threw Vlall (111, :'.:1Z. c a v y w c i - h t -- 1). Davithati i;) Hire\v lllbli.s ( I F ) . Nora Springs Wins Over Rocket Squad N O R A S P R I N G S--N o r a Springs' varsity won 17 to 13 from Marble Rock Friday night in an overtime battle, with Maupin and Paine scoring the winning baskets in the extra session. The regular playing time ended with both teams deadlocked 13-13. Marble Rock reserves nosed out the Nora Springs seconds 15 to 14. Hendrickson played a good game for Marble Rock, and Ueker was the best defensive man for Nora Springs. Elma Cagers Win m Charles City Scraps ELMA--Immaculate Conception of Elma won two games from Immaculate Conception of Charles City Fridny night, t h e varsity w i n n i n g 2(1 to 17 while the second team won by n 28 to 1(5 score Pardcc of the Elma varsity was Ihc oulstanding man, scoring 1 points to lead in the evening's scoring. Ventura Cagers Win on Extra Last Goa FERTILE---Bowen's basket ii the waning seconds of play won a 26 to 24 ballg.ime for Ventura Friday night, with Fertile the victims. Ventura trailed 17 to 12 the half. Coyier of the winning club scored IB points lo lead boll quints. The Fertile second team nosed out Ventura's reserves 12 to 11. ADDITIONAL SPORTS ON PAGE H Algona Academy Has Win in Close Tussle ALGONA-- St. Cecilia's of Al- ;ona grabbed a 12 lo 4 lead at iie half Friday night, and turned t into a 21 to 19 basketball win vcr Corpus Christi o[ Fort Dodge, for its eleventh victory in 3 games. A late Corpus Christi ally fell short i;i the f i n a l pe- iod. Thisscn led the local five with eight points, while Mollcnhoff cored six. Clements counted six 'or Corpus Christi. ^orthwood Gets Win in Conference Scrap LAKE MILLS -- Northwood ligh dcfealcd Lake Mills in a Iowa conference game icrc Friday night, 25 lo 17, liold- ng the edge all the way and lead- ng 13 lo 7 at the half. The Britt Hottentols defcaled lie Lake Mills Independents 50 to 34, also leading all the way. Plymouth High Gets Win as Ace Is Gone PLYMOUTH--Without its star guard, La%vrence . Carmany, Plymouth high school drubbed Rudd 40 to 10 in a Twin River conference basketball game here Friday night. Carmany was forced to the bench by a knee injury sustained in practice early in the week. The local reserves won 25 to 11. Clear Lake Lions in Win at Garner Figh CLEAR LAKE--Clear Lake's Lions defeated Garner 21 to 1£ Friday night in the North Iowa conference, while the home reserve cagers won 32 to 12. Goodell Cagers Win in Conference Tes GOODELL -- Goodcll h i g h school defeated Woden 45 to 2 here Friday night, with evcrj member of the home sriuad scor ing freely. Bruns looked best fo Wnclcn in the Seven Basics con fcrcnce contest. The reserves woi 2fi to 13 from Woden. ,, 27 lo 23 as the Wahawks oulsped them in the later periods. Waterloo West, striking a torrid streak in the third period, regained its lead, and matched basket with basket with the Mohawks a f l e r thai unlil Ihe end. Tie Early Score. Harold McKcnzy hil one from the south side of the court just as Ihe clock on the wall crossed the onc-minutc mark, and a scoreless minute went by before the Mohawks called for a time out period. Ken Oleson had a hurried-up shot s Ihe Wahawks made one swift :irusl down Ihe court, but the ome boys broke up three olher rives. Oleson slipped in a short, under- 'and shot from the side after iustcr Martin's free throw had ounced off the ring, to even the core al 2-2, but Everett Flelcher attled the backboard from far out s Ihe ball came up from Ihe lip- ff, lo keep lhc Mohawk lead. Toward Gorman stretched it by a oint after Max Paige had spoiled is wide-open setup, dropping in free chance. Dick Brccunier tossed in one ot wo free throws as Wayne ouled him under the cast goal, .nd Oleson went under the basket iti a fast break to even the score .1 5-5. Wahawks Get Lcarl. The Wahawks went ahead by ^ o 5 when Martin found the door ipen for another swift setup, but ack Wallace clipped off a point ot he margin on a free throw as 'aigc drew another foul, then evened the score, a minule before he end of lhc period, wilh another pcrfeclly-looped free shot. It was still 7-7 at the end of Ihe period. Irv Hepnor, who came into the incup for Gorman as the period opened, dumped in two free tosses Brccunier slopped his pivot ahot, and Leland H u f f stretched .he lead to four points when he 'lipped in a fast-break shot from rictcher's swift dribble and bullet jass. Hepner made it 52 to 7 for the Mohawks when he paid off on Paige's third foul, but missed a second attempt. Fletcher saved a point as he shoved Oleson out oE lounds on a setup, and the Waterloo forward cased a single free throw. Mohawks Hold Edge. Bob Reed dropped in another to make it 12 to 0 as Huff fouled him during a Mason City drive. There was no more scoring as the period ended in a tieup under the Mohawk basket. Tt took three minutes of the third quarter to produce points, and Brecunicr split the net from the center of the court lo pull the Wahawks into .shonling distance of t h e home squad. It was Oleson, w i t h n pair of free throws, who Save tiic Old Tinse team the lead, and Lynn Schrock, reserve center, who stretched il with n setup to 15 to 12. Wood drew his third foul to give Oleson the free shols. Brccunier zipped in a shot from the southwest corner of the court to push the Wahawk lead to five points, and a traveling penalty cut off Schrock's setup. Huff pulled the Mohawks a bit closer with a pivot shot, just before the quarter ended at 17 to 14. Oleson Regains Oleson gained back the advantage just as the final session opened, cutting through a pair of free tosses as Huff tonglecl with him under Ihe goal. He drew his f o u r t h foul n minute later, d r i v i n g u n d e r t h e Mohawk baskcl, bul Schrock missed Ihc free throw. IMcKcn/.y came b;ick i n t o Ihc game, nnd found the ring from ibr; New Coach lo Meet Varsity and Frosh Candidates Over Week-End. IOWA CITY, ( U P ) -- I r a L. (Irl) Tubbs, newly appointed head fool- ball coach at the University of lown, will meet about 100 varsity and freshman football men Sunday afternoon for his first introduction to the Hawkeyc gridders. Tubbs, who succeeds Ossic Solem as head of the gridiron sport at Iowa, will remain here a few days, then go to Miami university where he has been coaching. He will return to the low;' campus this month lo outline spring football practice which lie hopes lo start by March 1 in the field house. Pat Boland ot Minnesota was lo arrive here Saturday to cbnfei with Iowa officials. Boland wa named assistant to Tubbs. Follow' ing the conference, Boland will ao company Tubbs to Florida. Decorah Wins Scrap With Chickasaw Team DECORAH--The Decorah Vik ings defeated the New Hamptoi learn here Friday 28 lo 22. But BernaU, who led Ihe scoring will nine points, was the outslandin player ol the game. The score at the half was 12-1 but early in the third quarter DC corah took a lead that was neve overcome. Harry Carney led th New Hampton scoring wilh cigii points. The Decorah second de feated Ossian 28 lo 11 in a prc liminiiry game. Kensett High Takes Manly Court Tussle M A N L Y--Kenselt defcate Manly 27 to 10 Friday nighl, lead ing fl lo 5 al Ihe half. CHICAGO, (fP) -- The Chicago camp on the heavyweight batik- front had a bad case ot the jitters Saturday. Everything was set for Chiim- ion James ,1. Braddock and hallcnger Joe Louis to sign ar- clcs Monday for a \f round lillc latch here next J u n e when Ihe .lamp's manager, Joe Gould, ropped it bombshell into the roceedings. Gould said he wouldn't come ere Monday or any other day un- 1 the promoters decide on a site or the bout. He kicked over the races when the Illinois sporting lub and Mike Jacobs, co-pro- nolers, let it be known they were onsidering staging the batlle al Comiskey park, home of the Chiago White Sox, rather than at oldier field. "The site of the fight is very im- ortant to me." Gould said in New York. "When 1 came to terms wilh Sheldon Clark (head of the sporl- ng club whose 8500,00(1 offer to joukl has been accepted) to have Jraddock r Tht Louis I understood he bout · -old be held at Soldier ield. Now I hear they arc talking ibout holding it somewhere else, don't intend to sign a contract intil everything is settled." Joe Foley, named matchmaker 'or the boul, said: "Every effort is being made to obtain Soldier field. Mr. Clark, who is out of the city, elenhoned his secretary a formal ipnlication for Soldier field and il vill be presented lo the Chicago Dark board at its meeting next Tuesday. We want the bout lo be ield at Soldier field--always have. Tom the opening of negotiations." Waverly Takes Close Game at Comet Court as Aces Share Honoi CHARLES CITY--The Waverly Gohawks won a closely played game from the Chwrlcs City Comets Friday night, 22 to 15, leading from Ihe first period. Kepler, Waverly guard, and Vanlieel, center, led the Gohawks' attack with eight points each. The Comet offense and defense was weakened by personal fouls, Duran, center, and Bonsall, guard, being removed in the second halt on personals as well as Chestnut, Gohawlc forward. Maurice Meurev starred for the Cornels with six points. On a last second basket thrown by Harvey the Charles City reserves Shooting Slars defeated Colwell in a preliminary game 25 to 24. THE BOXSCOKE WAviiiu.!·--·;·: IUIIAS. CITY--i.i if ft 111: tf n iir l l H s l f II · ; "iiOrtmnn I 1 1 1 PAROCHIAL FIVES TRAVEL SUNDAY FOR 3 CONTESTS Holy Family to Play 0. L. V. A. Sacred Heart, Jo- hawks Play Rudohawk P R O B A B L E I I 1)1, V I A M I I , V C.!cr I ' . I I U B h r s . r . -M I! r h e . . . . . ( . " . L I N K U P S .SACiu:n iniAiiT I' T h o r i i l o n .V l l n r k r . C M i l l r r (i l . v i i r h ; DcLorhe .lay a l l r r n n o n . l'l,AC£: Sncrcll Mean ( W a l c r l c i u ) . 0. 1,. V. A. Drop Extra Period Court Tussle Carlelon Frosh Score Five Winning Points in Last Minutes of Contesl. Lose Long One M A S O N C1T1"--I! FG FT FGM FTM I'F Lane r x i ;.·! t a Sneii r .1 :-' 7 ii i U s h e r c ·: I n . 1 : A n d e r s o n e. .. n n I n I l l e r l S l i c r k l r r 1 O I . Y I'AMI . / . i c c l c r . l u s h e s CAIU.LTON -- I T I H f . l , n l M ) i , ( .. Tale I Thomas I .... MinMn I U n i f y c T.hiduer ' ;irscli l l l l l v e l l l l l I. y.icelcr . . . . C TIMl.": S o'clock, Sunrtay n l R l i t . VLACr.: O. 1.. V. A. ( W a t e r l o o ) . O l I A W I v S K U l l O L l ' I I I X U . M ilalek I'.. Kov'vrik U a d d n i l i: l.nkcs llnrnsn « l.aml.t I'rlcrsmi (i liallk T l M l i : 'i o'clock Sunday a i t c i i i n o n . 1'l.ACt: K i i i l a l n h l n u m ( P r o l l v l n ) . IScrry TOTALS Score al 17 I I 83 halt: Carlelon H e f c r e c : Amlerion Macler ( C a r l e t o u ) . NORTHFIELD, Minn. -- Mason Cily junior "college lost a hard f o u g h t overtime basketball game Friday Local parochial school teams lake to the roads Sunday, as Holy Family journeys to Waterloo for meeting Sunday afternoon with Sacred lieaii and game in lhc _ . evening wilh O. L. V. A., while [ lers confined scoring lo the free the St. Joseph's cagers trek to throw line. Mason Cily lallicd to Carleton's freshmen night, 47 to 42. Both teams showed a fast breaking offense and deadly accuracy from the floor during the first half, while airtight defensives on bolh sides in the following quar- Protivin where they meet Rudol- phinum academy. The Norlhsiders in games played here defeated both Ihc Waterloo quintets, winning from Sacred Heart academy 32 to 18 while Ihe O. L. V. A. cagers were licked 33 to 21. The Johawks from the south- side will also be playing a return game, having won from the Tludo- hav/ks o£ Protivin 3(5 to '25 earlier in the season. Bakers Win Tussle With Eagle Cagevs HAMPTON--Diamond Bread of Mason City rattled the backboards for a 54 to 23 victory over While Eagle of Hampton in a Friday night Independent b a s k e t b a l l game. Merrill "Red" Herbencr's 17 points led the Bakers. THE BOXSCO11F. U I A . B R E A D -- - I HVIItTE I'AOLK--l.'l Van lied K e p l e r jr S c h ' n c c h l TOTALS Scorn !]· (lrli;vu ks Cornels I'rcr llirou's Cornels 7. liclcrce: I t i i c ! I j l l a m i n n m l ! I -I l | M . M e n r c r :t '^ ljl)iir.-\n g :t 'I " j O l s o n m c l e r II II 1 ' B o i i M i l l s t 8 i ; C | l ' O T A I , S imrlcrs: I Ii I .1 missril: Got on ( I ) r r n r n h ) . 1 e :l (i n n ii 1 f n -i I il l I i t 1:1 11 :!·; 13 1.1 »'ks x; Hcrhe H u m p h r e y I s n n c s o i l Lane E tf fl !fl I X 1 HSlruw I t ~ 1 I I M i i s l e l l n r f ; I I ;i|I,oni: I :i (1 0|rreil'!cks 0 .1 I OITmvle f Ig It II " II II TOTAl-S Si:orc al halt: W h i l e I C n z l e l i l . --- 1 B I T O T A L S Floyd High Winner in Two Cage Tests ORCHARD--Floyd won two games Friday night at lhc expense of Orchard, Ihe f i r s t strings winning 26 to 21 while the second team won 1!) to M. LANE first, r u n n i n g up an eight point lead in the first minule of play w h i l e holding the Carl frosh scoreless. With aggressive ball being played by bolh quints, Rod Lol't counted twice, Doug Tale once and Milt Minkin, o n c e o n Carlelon 1 o H BABE RUTH HAS BIRTHDAY, GOLF GAME IMPROVES Great Man Reaches 43d Mile of Life, Lonely for Old Thrill of Big Show. By PAUL MICKELSON NEW YORK, W--It was time to quit for the day. The work oE writing was done and there was n o t h i n g to do but go home, when the telephone rany. "Tlits is Babe U u t h , " said a voice on tlie oilier end of (lie w i i o . " I ' l l be .|;i years old Saturday, .-id why rlon't you come over and j u i n me i n a l i t t l e celebration'."' Tlie Babe himself, p l u m p and .smiling, came to the .door with a "h'y'e there, how's tricks?" when the reporters readied his Riverside drive apartment. "Feeling fine and my golt game's gelling beller every clay," said Ihc Bambino, lightening Ihc cord of his dressing gown. "I 'eigli 240, which is about five ouncls heavier Ihiin when 1 vised o slug t h a t apple." "Bubo," he was asked, "no fool- g, !iow, how much do you really miss baseball, the applause of the rowel, and the attention you used o gel as the great hero of the .iamond?" "Boys . . ." said Ihc Babe, his yes on one of the hundred pic- ures ot former triumphs t h a t dec- rated the wall, "boys, it it wasn't or golf, I think I'd die. God bless he man who invented golf." The great man, deep in reveries he night before his forty-third, irthday, did his best acting. He vas jovial but i t didn't lake a sin- lent of human or a mind ·cadcr (o know t h a t deep down nside he was n big lonely man vailing for Ihc day when he could jreak loose from memories for the lories of the present. ;hols lo give Ihc Carls Ihe lead at quarter time, 19 lo 12. Gale Lane of the visitors displayed grea' form in the second period, matching Carlcton baskets three times in (he last minutes to knot the count at half time 24 lo 'M. Long shots were utilized by bull teams in the second haU, wit Mason City's Lane and Cavlclon* Loft staging a shooting duel t tangle again the score 33 to 39 a the final whistle. It was Lane who put .tlie gam i n t o an overtime period w i t h last second basket from well oil on the floor. The extra period wa marked by hard play, with frc qucnt free throws being offeree bolh learns. The Carls drew ahead with buckets by Quiiit Nelson ;md Loft lo preserve their record of no defeats this season. Lofl was the standout man for Carlcton, leading Ihc scoring with 19 points. Gale Lane of Mason City, who netted 17 to pace the visitors, is Ihc brother of a former Carlelon alhlele, Ear! Lane, who was firadualcd in IHU'l. Waldorf Wins Scrap With Concordia Five ST. PAUL--Waldorf Junior college o£ Forest Cily, Iowa, defeated Concordia ot St. Paul Friday night at basketball, 33 to 24. The contest was close until the last four minutes when Waldorf converted a one-point lead into a nine point margin. Concordia led at the half, 12 to 11. Don Anderson and Korem scored eight points each to lead Ihe visitors,'while Muck..', pacevP Concordia with four baskets, and five free throws, for thirteen points and high point honors. side of lhc floor in llirce tries, but Schrock evened the goal without a second's .delay to set tile score at 21 to Hi. Hepner's Tree throw, on Brccunier's third loul, was perfect, but the Mohawk pivot- w U h o u l a loss hel . c Fl . jdny llifiht] ann I defeating Crcsco 35 to 12. The West Union Winner in Northeast Scrap CRESCO -- West Union high school won its eighth Northeast Iowa conference basketball game Grant Cagers Take Contest, Lose Game BANCROFT -- Grant township defeated tlie Bancroft hoys cagers 33 to 24 Friday nighl but earned no more Hum an even break for :he evening as Ihc Bancrotl girls chalked up a 35 to 1( victory over the visitors' girls learn. man drew a foul of his own ,, . , , · ,, , , Reed poked in the free Iry. ,, , , - , , , , ...-, I winners led 15 to 8 at llic h a l f , The Mohawks were still scrap- | am| whitchc] . paccc i lhc nUi , ck ping as Wallace slapped a one lander into the bucket, but Bre- cunicr countered wilh a sclup to make the total 24 to 19. Nccrt Single Point. Wilh scarcely more than a minute to go, two quick thrusts set Mason City a single point behind, as Wallace pushed a low shot square into the net, and Hepner tossed in a whirler. Schrock scored a free toss as Wood left the game on fouls, and Oleson's follow-in shot set the edge at 27 lo 23 with seconds to go. One more Mason City drive failed before the gun barked ' t o clinch the victory for the Wa- liawks. Wallace and · Hepner split lhc scoring honors for Mason City with six points each, while Oleson's 11 poinls provided nearly half of lhc Old Rose lotal. w i t h 12 points, w h i l e K a m i n scored 10. Ernst counted six points for Crcsco. The Independence Independents will play here Monday. Lose in Thriller Dumont Loses Scrap to Conference Team DUMONT -- Clarksville high won two games from Dumont here Friday night, taking a Butler county conference contest 33 lo 14 as Jackson scored 17 points. Barlow led Dumonl with eight. The Clarksville reserves also won 28 to 0, wilh Haney pac- i n g the visitors by shooting 12 poinls. H was the last home contest for numont, which closes its league season at New H a r t f o r d nexl Friday. MASON CITV---n IIVA'I.OO WI:ST--·'."· IK n pf if it or Cooper f 1 I) I l i T a h a c N t Ii J II Major f ^ (1 n j M a r l i n f r n I) S l o e c k c r c :i n :t]Fechl t X II 1 A n d e r s o n c. o n rrilal! c I II 0 Clonse. c ( i n (I) Wolf f I (I ll r.icns c I I) ( l i Y o n n c f II II II H u m p h r e y f f l l n 1| M i l l e r s ( 1 1 0 B r i s b i n e t; * 1 f t TOTALS i i i -IITOTAC.S 11 :i i Score at half: Mason Cily l u i Waterloo West 10. - F r e e throws missed: Waterloo West 4. IteCeree: Phil "Pop" Thurtle I»ir»). Mason City's Lillle Mohawks, pulling into a four-point lead in the f i n a l quarter, snw their advantage fade in Friday nifihl'.* p r e l i m i n a r y and losl as Tabach cracked through Ihrce bucket.* in a row In earn a 25 lo 23 decision for the W a h a w k youngsters. ... St. Ansgar Winner in Rockford Scrap ST. ANSGAR--St. Ansgar high school defeated Rockford in a Friday doubleheader, the local cagers getting an early lead to win 28 lo 17 in the first team contest, and 22 to 14 in the reserve game. The Saints led 13 to 8 at the half. Cage Scores J I J N i n i l C Carlelon rrcshnicn . . I I I M A S O N CITV lr "!l: Shclilnn ' H'urcsl Cily) . :l:l; C o i i c n n l i a . . « . L H k " i , .Vn M n i i u n k e l a -1.1. T . n l h r r ( W a l n u t , Nillir.) W. Her] Oak ;«.. T t u r l i i i ^ l i i n : c l : \ V r r - l r r n Sliilc T c A C l l c r s (IM.-M-omh, 111.) ".':. Cri^ton T!; Tailor 'M. C h a r i l o j i ·!»: (livernla :«. moil .SCHOOL Walcrloo Wcsl ·::-·:.!; M A S O . V CITY ·j;;-'i;i. W a v e r l y :·;: C h a r l e s :ily 13. C h a r l e s Cily r c s r r v r . f i ) ^.",; C o l w e l l '.il. G r i m i l y Crnlcr :i.VJl! A e k l c y 17-11. A l i a V i s l a afi-t: Ionia ISMS. I t i i l f a l o Cenlrr l i l t F o r e s t C i l y 1.1. \ U n i o n :l.1i Cresro I'.'. G o o r l c l l 1.V2rl: Woilr.n '.'ll-KI. C l a r k s v l l l e :l:l-3»; l l n n i o t l t I I - ( T . K a n a w h a 3 J : H a y f i n l i l I S , SI. Ans£.ir ^8-':^; R n r k f o r d 1 1 - 1 1 . SI. Crtilla's (Alsona) 'ili Corpus Christ! ll'itrl rio.lfe) 1!. N'rirllnv.iod 'Jo: I . a k r M i l l s n. rij-nionlli l«-';,»: Rtnlil H l - M . Clear l . j k r ^l-:i!; C a r n e r I I I . I S . (irrrnc i n - I H : A l l i s o n '.·. l . l i v e r n e ".(''. r.riui'ii:!; ~~. K l c i n m r . H ' i - I S : CrysLiI l . a k r Ifi-l 1 .'. Sac C i l y -Tr W c ! i t r r C i t y "'-', Iowa C i l y 'I-; . M c K l n l e v C V d a r R » l i i i l s ) ·!!. T r a r h e r : M i i c l i U.'cilir l'*lla) :f:: K l - VralVrlnn i : n s l M: 1'nrl ll'i'ke :H . M i r n a n i l . i . i l i :·:: . M l H i i l i r I I . Alta Vista Hoopers Beat Ionia in Game ALTA VISTA--Alta Vista high school defeated Ionia 3( lo 13 Friday nighl in a Wapsie-Cedar conference basketball game, as ,To- haiin led the attack with four goals nnd three free throws, while Joachim shot f i v e goals. Fabcr had three goals lo lead Ionia. The Ionia reserves won 13 lo l . j Klemme High Takes Seven Eagles Game CRYSTAL high school LAKE basketball Klemme players look a doubleheader Friday n i g h t from Crystal Lake here, Ihc visiting first team w i n n i n g 32 to l(i and the second team I B to 12. Jcrgenson was high point man for Klcmmc w i t h 15 points and Jilck for Crystal Lake with 10. Thompson Victor in Charity Cage Scrap THOMPSON--The Thompson Independents defeated Forest Cily Independents Thursday night at the local gym, 22 to 14. The proceeds were given lo Ihe Red Cross for flood relief. Greene High Winner in Conference Game GREENE--Greene high school won a Duller county conference basketball game here Friday nighl, d e f e a t i n g Allison I!) lo D. Three men were put out on personals in the rough contest. DeLong and Fischer scored six points apiece for Greene and Shirers wns high for Allison with four. Tlie Greene second learn defealed Ihe Allison reserves 18 to 8. Luther Staves Final : Kick to Beat Sparta i DUBUQUE. (/Pi--Luther college i held off a kisl minule Dubuque rally to defeat Ihe Spartans '15 to 38 here Friday night and re- Iowa conference leader- Kanawha Wins Fight From Hayfield Team I f A Y F I E L D -- K a n a w h a defeated Hayfield high school Friday nighl in a Seven Eagle conference b a s k e t b a l l game, 34 lo 18. Ycakcl led the Kamnvhn shooters lo victory w i t h 10 field goals to score 20 points and Chi'/.ck was high scorer for H a y f i e l d with 12 poinls. Donkey Game to Be at Osage on Sunday OSAGE--Fred B i r u m is sponsoring two games of donkey basketball at his h a l l here Sunday and Monday. UEAVKRS WIN STORM LAKE, (/P)--The Buena Vista basketball team, led by Layman's 17-point -shooting, defeated Perm college 3D to 22 in an Iowa conference game here P'ri- day night. Buffalo Center Wins Twelfth Court' Scrap FOREST C I T Y -- B u f f a l o Center h i ^ l i Kchnol defeated Forest Cily 21 to 15 here F r i d a y n i K h l lor its t w e l f t h straight basketball victory. I)a li|in K c u s r l l ·;;; M a n l y III. I. C. A. ( I C I n i a ) :ifi-';»; I. C. A. ( C h a r l r s C l l y l n-in. Nor» Snrltus 1 7 - 1 1 ; M a r b l e Hock 13-15. Decorah !!K; Neiv Hampton -!'J. Decorah (reserves] -'S: Ossian II. Oranl Township :::(-Ki; Hancroft £l-:!.l. Ventura l!0-lt: F e r l l l e 'Jl-l'^. coi.r.i:r,r: Carlelnn 3D; Cue 2K ( o v e r t i m e ) . l.iither -I,'; D i i h n n n e :!£. Kansas :i(t; lou-.i Slatr. ?ti. Drake ·1:1; Creifrlllon -12 (overtime). M n r n i n f s i . l f 37; Norlh Dakota Slate 2- S i m p s o n *"': SI- Ambrose -I. Buena Vista 3D: Fenn 2 - J. Mat Results n i r i i r SCHOOL M , \ S O N T r r i T V ·:::: .\u Ha C l a r i o n :'.:.: r i j c l r l . i n v r n. 1"«"a K a i l s ·:;; l:Mir» I X . i" Charles City to Be Cage Tourney Site NEW HAMPTON--Charles City will be host to the scclional tournament in this area, it was learned here Saturday. This follows the custom commenced in 1928 when New Hampton and Charles City have alternated. Luverne High Noses Out Renwick Cagers l A J V E R N E -- Luverne li i R h school's cafcf^ d e f e a t e d R c n w i c k 2R in 2ri Kridsiy n i g h t in a Boon 1 -' V;i|]cy conference £amc-. B i K i n ^ led Luverne with 11 |ininls, w h i l e M a u r c r scored n i n e for ricnwick. Remember Your Valentine with Flowers From JOHNSTON'S \Vlicrc Viiur Friends liny Flowers 10 1st si. x. w. riiDm- ·,-:.::

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