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MOHAWKS TO BATTLE WEST WATERLOO SAND SHOVELERS TAKE 3 STRAIGHT OFF HARVESTERS Northwestern Plant Quintet Wins 2 Out of 3 From Real Silk Bowlers. THURSDAY'S SCHEDULE. Falstaff Pale vs. Atlas Special on alleys 1 and 2 at 6:30. Fireside' Fuel company vs. Studelmlter Free Wheelers on alleys S and 4 nt 7:45. The Ideal Sand and Gravel regulars closed up the space between the league leading Oaklaud-Pontiaca and themselves Wednesday evening by taking three games stranght from the International Harvester company in the city bowling league. The team shot a total of 2,886, The Northwestern States Portland Cement plant won two out of three games from the Real Silk Hosiery five by shooting' 2,842. R. Johnson, the anchor man of the Ideal Sand and Gravel team came back into form Wednesday night as he shot 633 for a three game total and 22S for a high single. He won the theater tickets and also a haircut from Barber Martin of the B and O. On account of the American Legion boxing show at the armory, league games were scheduled to be bowled early Thursday evening. The captains of the Falstaff and Atlas teams agreed to the 6:30 hour and Secretary Pusch said he would allow the early hour for both matche if desired. INTERNATIONAL HARV. CO. Loring 182 175 203 S60 Moe 164 169 188 531 Sims . ; 149 150 175 474 Walker 166 159 189 511 R. Lee 143 188 117 443 Handicap 26 26 26 78 Totals . . . . . . 8 3 0 867 9082605 Team average--868. IDEAL SAND AJS T D GRAVEL CO. Pusch ... Woodhouse Gay lord .. Collins . .. R. Johnson Handicap Totals . Team averagi .182 211 182 575 .175 151 183 509 .178 162 1ST 527 .169 211 196 566 .213 225 195 633 . 22 22 22 66 .939 982 965 288S ;e---962. N. W. St. P. CEMENT PLANT. Schutz 142 196 135 473 M. Pirkl 182 148 174 501 ClB.usen''..I.... 190 181 207 57. Lavelle 15S 167 194 51 Ty Johnson ....172 185 208 565 Handicap 70 70 70 210 Totals 912 947 883284 Team average--947.' REAL SILK HOSIERY. Cook .'.148 190 156 494 Igou 178 ,139 135 452 Bamber 185 139 143 467 Krall 159 129 159 447 Hayes 148 94 169 411 Handicap 98 98 98 294 Totals 916 789 860 2565 Team average--S55. Cochran Is Leading in Cue Tourney Trounces Hoppe Break Billiard Deadlock. to NEW YORK, Feb. 26. UP)--Welker Cochran, Hollywood, Cal., is undisputed leader in the internationa 18.2 balkline billiards tournament today. He broke the deadlock for the lead .last night by trouncing Willie Hoppe 400 to 252 in eight innings. Cochran's smallest run was 17 and he had an average of 50 for the game, tying Hoppe for the best average compiled so' far this tournament. Kinrey Matsuyama; little Japan* ese star, pulled himself out of the cellar position in yesterday's other match as lie defeated Eric Hagen- laciier of Germany 400 to 397 in a 16 inning match. Hagenlacher now has lost three straight matches Hoppe is .second with two victories and one defeat while Matsuyama AS won one game and lost two. Today's schedule sends Cochran against Matsuyama and Hoppe aeainst Hagenlacher. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Ray Conger Takes 1,000 Yard Championship With Famous "Bell Lap Kick" Two World Marks Set at Indoor Meet as Beard Wins 70 Yard High Hurdles and Penn, Medley. By ORLO ROBERTSON NEW YORK, Feb. 26. UP}--Two new world recorda were ori tho books, eight of the nation's best wore their first national A. A. u; championship medals while six others were in possession of their second successive title today as the result of Indoor track and field championship held in, Madison Square Garden Wednesday night. Percy Beard, from Alabama Poly, clipped one fifth of a second off the existing world's record for the 70 yard high hurdles. He beat Lee Sentman of University of Illinois, co-holder of the record in :08 5-10. The University of Pennsylvania medley relay team, with the diminutive Carl Cdan running the anchor lap, slashed 5 1-5 seconds off the. eight year old record in the one an.i seven eighths medley relay time to defeat Bates college In 7:30 2-10. The old record was hung up by a quartet from the Illinois Athletic club. Program la Excellent. The two new world records were made in a program that saw Ray Conger take the 1,000 yard championship with his famous bell lap kick; Leo Lermond give 'em a flash of his old time speed to win the two mile title and Fred Sturdy leaped 13 feet, 11 inches to retain his pole vault crown. Phil Edwards and Hans Assert, of New York City, were the only champions to repeat on the track Edwards conquered Sera Martin, world's 800 metre champion from France, to keep his 600 yard title while Assert led a large pack over the two mile steeplechase. The 1930 champions swept thru the field events. Harold Osboru repeated in the standing high jump. Anton Burg turned back Osborn and a classy field of youngsters in the running high jump. William Werner took the standing broad jump. Cnrr Gains Decision. Five times little Bill Carr of the University of Pennsylvania was forced to travel the 300 yards before gaining the decision over John Lewis, the chunky Negro champion from Detroit City college. The pair ran-twice to qualify for the finals and then fought thru the last lap of the deciding race to a dead heat. In the run off, Carr nipped the titleholder at the tape. The Illinois Athletic club retained its team championship, scoring 10 points with victories by Conger, Burg and Osborn and a fourth place by the latter in the running high jump. Pennsylvania placed second with 15 points. The 1931 champions: 60 yard dash--Ira Singer, New York City. 70 yard high hurdles--Percy Beard, Alabama Poly. 300 yard run--William Carr, University of Pennsylvania. X600 yard run--Phil Edwards, Hamilton, Ontario, Olympic club. 1,000 yard run--Ray Conger, Illinois A. C. Two mile run--Leo Lermond. Boston, Mass. xTwo mile steeplechase--Hana Assert. New York City. Medley r e l a y -- U n i v e r s l t y of Pennsylvania. One mile walk--William Carlson, New York City. xPole vault--Fred Sturdy, Los Angeles A. C. Shot put--Leo Sexton, New York A. C. xRunning high jump--A n t o n Burg, Illinois A. C. xStanding high jump--Hardol Osburn, Illinois A. C. xStanding broad jump--William Werner, New York City. x--Retained titles. CAGE DOUBLEHEADER PLAYED AT MITCHELL MITCHELL, Feb. 26.--The Elma high school cagers defeated the Mitchell boys team here last night by a score of 38 to 26. A victory was chalked up by the Mitchell All Stars who won from the St. Ansgar Lions 34 to 29. McCoy of Osage was the referee. O X I N G Tonite --Thursday Armory, 8:30 Sharp S - B O U T S - 8 And Big Battle Royal Get seats early nt Boyd's Cigar store Illngslde $1.50; Gen. Adm. $1; Ladles 50o TY COBB DREAMS OF HUNTING BIG GAME IN AFRICA Something Always Comes Up to Spoil Plans of Baseball's King. By DILLON GRAHAM. ATLANTA, Ga., Feb. 26. (IP--Ty Cobb sits in a big easy chair, smoke rings curling around his lean head and bronzed features, and dreams of the big game he is going to hunt some day in Africa. He has been doing that for years. He has never been closer to the jungles with a gun than Canada. But he dreams on. Plans have been changed" and rechanged. Bear, mountain lions, moose have fallen before his crack shooting on preparatory trips. He wants those elephants, crocodiles and rhinos. But something else always comes up. Golf Is His Game. Golf is his game now. He plays with the same fervor and zest that made him the center fielder of all time. He shoots in the low eighties and does it left handed. He tries to kill the ball on every long shot and so he presses. He hits wonderful slices. Ty was playing one day with Bobby Jones over a North Carolina course. They were off their respective games. Both were \slightly peeved. Coming up to the eighteenth tee, Cobb decided to drive right handed and Bobby swung from the left! side. They put four balls in a creek in front of the green. Solemnly they shook hands and went home. Footsteps Tell Results. Mrs. Cobb can tell from Ty's footsteps when he hits the front porch whether he has won or lost. It used to be the same when he was playing baseball. He puts the same fervor and dash Into both games. The stronger the opposition, the better he plays. And he can't bear to lose--at anything. Next to golf, Ty likes to fish and hunt. He prides himself on being able to take young fellows out and walk 'em down. He goes after birds on horseback and hunts fox at night. His home is a picture gallery and the walls are covered with pictures of himself, other baseball stars, United States presidents, celebrities of all kinds. His scrap books are filled wtih action pictures. Is Superstitious Ty was one of the most superstitious men in baseball. When ha saw a wagon load of barrels passing he was in for a good day. Every hair pin he found meant meant a ba=f; hit. During a hitting streak he would never change sweat shirt or socks. He still won't leave his bat on a bed or walk under a ladder. He thinks the American people as a whole eat too much. For a clay's food he is satisfied with a light breakfast and dinner at 6 p. m. Additional Teams Added to 1931 List Five More Teams to Enter State Tourney. HAMPTON, Feb. 26.--The addition of five more schools to the list of contestants for the girls' state high school basketball championship and, the withdrawal of one other school was announced here Wednesday by A. E. Rankin. president of the Girls High School Athletic union. Late entries include Allison, Calamus, Lyons, Shueyvllle and Wheatland. Allison Will participate in the sectional tournament at Hansell while Calamus, Lyons, Shueyville and Wheatland will play in the tournament at Grand Mound. The addition of the four teams makes the Grand Mound tournament the largest of the 33 sectional meets to be held March 12, 13 and 14 thruout the state. Fourteen teams will compete at Grand Mound. Dumont High which was listed among the competing schools in the Hansell tournament, failed to file its entry and will not participate. The addition of the late entries increases the total number of teams in the girls sectional tournaments to 264. FEBRUARY 26 1931 Bulldogs Favored for 1931 Missouri Valley Indoor Championship One of Nation's Track Classic Hosts May at Last Present Strong Front on Cinders. MICKEY WALKER Bv JACK SOKDS Verdict Over Risko in Schmeling, Stribling and Camera Watch Middleweight Title Holder Rally to Win. By ALAN GOULD. MIAMI, Fla., Feb. 26. I/I")--They may have to move over later, if not this year, to make room for Mickey Walker in the scramble for the world's heavyweight championship. Less than six pounds over the limit for the middleweight class; In which he holds the world's title, Walker packed enough stamina and wallop in his 165'/i pounds last night to hand a convincing pasting to 194-pound Johnny Rlska of Cleveland. Verdict Unanimous. Walker W9n the unanimous verdict of three judges after 10 slashing, bruising rounds o£ punch-tossing. Mickey was held close to even terms for the first eight rounds, because of Johnny's bull-like charges and aggressive hammering, but Walker won the last two rounds by a wide margin. Risko was groggy in the ninth and tenth under Walker's vicious left hooks and right crosses to the chin. The associated Press score-sheet gave Mickey six rounds and Risko four. In fine condition. Walker overcame big handicaps in weight and reach to demonstrate his ability to mix successfully in bigger company. Three.Aces There. There's not much chance of his figuring in the big program for 1931, however. Before Walker fought the main go last night, Max Schmeling-, the German who was bequeathed the heavyweight title by boxing authorities, and his American challenger, Young Stribling, appeared in exhibitions. The winner of the Schmeling-Stribling bout, In June, Is slated to defend the title against. Prlmo Camera. Camera was a spectator last night and is booked to meet Jimmy Maloney of Boston here on March 5 in the battle of the cracked rib. The box office checkup showed approximately 20,000 cash customers and a gross gate receipts of 538,000. FIGHT BY ROUNDS FIRST HOI3NI While the principals sat In their corners, nearly a rlnzen ftatio eel ch rill PS were Introduced, incliuIlnK Mrvxey Kosenblonm, Jncltic "Kirl" Btrg, I.cw Tendler, the olrt HRht- %veii;ht star, B e n n y Baas and Primo Camera. Rl.ikn and Walk or wore white j;l ovcs or5- crcd by the b o x i n g cnrnmlfislun as a mean.i of detecting foul blows. Walker landed Ihe first Wow. a light left lo thft hcnrl ns t h e y came In a. clinch. Johnny tor a In with both hands find th^y Were soon head to head In a brisk sliiRfcst. Mickey caupht J o h n n y w i t h a smart left to the ear. and they clinched. G r n n t l n e In his very host style. Risko rcpealcrtly lo-ipntl In with hnth h n n d s anil kept the mauling at clfisn ranRC- Wnlker was Jarred by an overhand ritfht lo the head nml they exchnnp#d leftfl to the liorly. Johnny was on top of his smaller rival at thft hell. SECOND R O I F N n Walker stahbed with h1» lea ami c l i n c h e d , but Jnhnny fought himself loose and flayed Mfckcy wltfc both f f s t a . niflko charged his rival hut was clipped by two hard r i g h t s to the chin. W n l k e r h e a t a tattoo an Johnny's rib's and sent t h e bouncing ono hack on his heels u-lth a s t i f f smaan to the Jaw. Mickey c n i i R h t J o h n n y with another .swift left to the whisktirs nnd they battled away nt a fast clip. Wnlker wan g e t t i n g the rnnce rind t y i n g Fllskn effectively at close quarters ns the Kong son n tied, Tinnn HOUND Mickey sank tils l e f t into Johnny'a m Id- section aa they rushrd Into action, Ulsko continued his ARKrcAAlva Indies but .wns being beaten to the punch consistently by the hard p u n c h i n g Irishman. They wfire pried loose f r o m a half rinzen clinches wit lion t much damage having been done. Jnhnny was m l s f i i n g a lot of punches an he absorbed ^a p o u n d i n g around Ihe middle. Walker was fihowlnj; speed and m i l - b o x i n g Iljslto its the round ended FOtTlTlf ROCNII Johnny nv-'ung holh b.imls to iho bend b u t Mickey rolled w i t h the punches and c u f f e d the bouncing one briskly In, return. Risko connected with both bands to t h e hei»d nnd roughed Walker a l o n g the rope?. Mickey liookcf) a h p n u t i f t i ] le/l to Johnny's ear find ducked t h e counter swing. Hlsko used his weight to nrl vantage at cloae quarters n.nt) kepi on top of the middleweight champion, Johnny tnolc three Jabs on the nose v.'Itlioul even b l i n k i n g an the bell sounded. They slugged fit a furious pnco from the tap of Ibc gong and soon Imd the crowd In an uproar. Johnny seemed to have a l l t t l i t h e better of It. hut Mickey came off lh. rnpns nnd ffrcI bnlli hands to t h e head will tell mi? e f f e c t . Roth were- swln^lnc from th hips in n succession of wild mlxup.s. J o h n n y IviUIacl his way out of a clinch, but wan Uirrnvn nit balance by a loft book to the Jaw and (vicked away. Johnny wns g r u n t i pushing and m a u l i n g Mickey along the ropes at the Bong- SIXTH ItOTINZ) Mickey sank his left Into Johnny's middle and the lmk«r hoy grunted. Mickey was warned for b i t t i n g Ion- but Johnny mncie protest nnd hounded back nt his rival with b'jth f l a t s . Kljrlto f lulled Walker earnestly while the crowd cheered. They were m i x i n g It like a couple of stevedores (is the pimchc.i flew from nil directions.. Walker cnnllnucrt his attack to the body hut waa cut over his left eye by onn n( Risko '5 wild swings. They were heat! lo lie/id at the foci). S K V K N T l t Risko s t a r t e d the blo d f l o w i n g afresh frnn! rhc K«sh over Mickey's eye. They ivcre sofin In a wild melee. WrUIter lf\ntfl(l lieav- lly lo ttio rlbR wlUi hla I c f L find forced J o h n n y to clinch. Walker n p e a r c d hl.s rivfi u'ltti Notll ti.tnrlg A f t e r nvolftlnp one n i Johnny's bull like rustics. The smaller man cuffed :tn«l slashcrl bis rival \vllh a KUR taEncd attack as Jotmny Iciohcil bcruddlcd Walker's face u-.in a bloody smear b u t hi u'as f i K l i t l n u dcspcr.ilcly. \Vnlkcr sank his E c f t to the ribs at the bell. MIr-.key f i r e d a straight r i g h t In t h e Jau nnd stepped I n s i d e R1 alto's counter. Risk Innded nn overhead right to the Jaw hu Mickey ripped Into his rlvnl with hot I hands. J o h n n y c o n t i n u e d to force the f l p h l Ing and t h e y were head lo head moflt of llu lime. They nxchnngcrt hard l o f t n to th« hear nnd the hlnod was pouring again f r n t t Walker's cut ryo, RisUo tore I n t o his riva w i t h o u t I h e slightest letup. They were In f clinch nt the bell. MNTIT ROi;.VI With little to chose thus far they rushc out w l l h both hands s w i n g i n g , Mlcke; rocked Risko with a right and J n h n n y hunt, on grimly, Johnny rushed buck in hut took two more t e r r i f i c wnllops to the J a w , fol lowed by ti l u l t that hnd him proggy. Riski clinched ami lost some of his ncgressivenCPfl J o h n n y was g r u n t i n g wllh every punch -ant seemed tired. Walker ripped a l e f t lo t h i body as the gong sounded. TKNTH ROUND They shook h a n d s and Risko slung Mickey wllh a left to the ear. J o h n n y l u r e hack hi w i t h both fists w o r k i n g like flails hui had bis bond snapped hack by a right up pern ul. Walker met Rlaho's rush with r rlp;lil smash to the Jaw t h a t n e a r l y pn' J n h n n y on the floor. Walker connected w i t h a n o t h e r hard rl;*ht nnd followed w i t h a^ ter r i f l e left to the body. J o h n n y was t t r e d nnr hftrtly battered but still gnme as he force.: Walker to the ropes. A right upperciit staggered Risko and hr fell into Walker's anus, J o h n n y was s t i l l full nf f i g h t h u t wild as n hawk and t a k i n g terrific, p u n i s h m e n t at tin hell. SEWEIJVS AHSKNCE IS EMBARRASSING NRVV ORLEANS--Luke SewelT- continucd absence is becoming' cm barras.sing to the Cleveland Indiana fis Manager Roger Peckinpaugl nurses his batterymen into condi tion. The absence of 8ewell leaves only Sprinz and Myatt on the catching staff. TO BROADCAST MEET IOWA CITY, Feb. 2(1.--With Erie C. Wilson, former Olympic athlete, at the microphone, the story of the Wisconsln-Jo\v.i 6*11:11 track and' field mret \vlll he broadcast ilirect from the Hawkeye field house by station 'WSUI Saturday afternoon. Neither team has ]i;en .beaten in this season's campaign, nnd Wisconsin, w i t h t h r e n champions nn its roster, is the Bi(j Ton's defending team titllst, Tho broadcast ivlll biggin at 2 o'eloclt. Hamiltons 35-19. players. and a gift shot apiece. JUNIOK COLLEGE-- 2!l. Isnucson, f Murray, f Sutherland, Pntchcn, c Carroll, c . Grimsloy, g 4 Wilson, Setiuffer^ g 2 ZebUer, g 1 1 f 0 1 0 BROWNIES--SO. Williams, f A. Miirtin, f Kipper, c , Martin, g Cnbbcll, g 0 Totals 14 COCA COLA---17. Gross, f Lynch, f niek,( f Truer, f ,. Stock, c Coylft, g Johnson, g J'olansky, g Totals Substitutions: Gross for J^yncli, ston, T.ruer for Dlt:lc, Truer, Polunsky for for Pobnisky. DIAMOND BREAD- Sntiierlnnd, f Paulson, f . . . . . . . . . I.ennan, c Costello, g Grupp, g Grlmslny, g Totals 13 Substitutions: nan, Grupp for Oostelln. HAMILTONS--19. Matte, f 0 Kollman, f 0 Loitli, c 1 Mnrtli, K Blondin, g 2 Totals . Substitutions: Koll, f Huberts, f Evennll, f Smith, c, Gnuse, n Loterhonr, Tamils', g Totals 15 Substitutions: Kvnnall erts, Gnuse, for Smith. Ilcferee,: Murray. At Mnrshnlltown. First Round. Iowa City 30, Roland 11. Rnth's Packing com loo 47, Marshnlltown B Garwin 36, Dike Ifi. Lndorn 32, Rowley 18. Spirit Lake, Bo Moines), Dick's ( M a r s h a l l t o w n ) , Liberty, Nichols and byca. Second Round. Iowa City 34, Boono 25. DOWN LLEOE CLASH Coca Cola ;n Beat 5-19. easy victor- felt Wednes- M. C. A. city he Coca Cola Bread 30-17; :en 35-19 and :he Brownies 9. The Junior ime before it o use outside vnies was th.) evening with of Hamilton's f's Men were G field goals to battle the and sank 13 :ree's whistle on personals. Z9. FG FT TF . 5 0 0 . 1 0 0 . 0 0 0 .1 0 0 . 0 0 1 . 4 1 1 0 0 0 . .2 0 1 ..1 0 2 .14 1 5 ay for Suth ixrrnll, Wilsoi or Carroll. FQ FT PF ..7 0 f .5 1 0 .1 0 t .1 0 ( - . 0 . 1 Z .14 2 ] FG FT PF .2 0 C . 2 0 0 ..S .1 3 . .0 0 0 . .0 0 ( . . 1 0 0 ..0 0 0 . .0 0 2 . . 8 i a :h for Gross ich for John c, Dick for )hnson; Stocl SO. KG FT rr . . 1 1 I . . 2 1 0 . .3 1 0 . .5 1 ( ..2 0 . .0 0 0 IS 4 2 ello for Len In. FG FT rr . 0 0 0 . .0 1 ..1 0 0 0 1 5 t for Matte gh for Matte FG FT rr . . fi 1 2 . .2 1 2 ..0 1 ( 0 0 0 . .0 1 0 5 0 0 .15 5 4 nil for Rob INDENT STJLTS. own. nd. d H. ipany. Water Bears 21. 18. , Staves (Pe irgain Stor ji'egor, WCH Ames d r e \ iml. 3 25. DES MOINES, Feb. 26. UP! -- c ] 3rake university, host to one of the Q jreatest of the nation's track class- n cs but never able to present a u .rang front on tho cinders itself, to- j, ay ruled as favorite to capture the K 931 Missouri Valley conference Ina oor track championship. [ The Bulldogs, presenting a well 5 ounded team built around two or bree exceptional performers, ; r irounced Grinnell, the 1930 Valley e ndoor and outdoor tltleholders, in o dual meet two weeks ago and last c veek gave Iowa State college a ;, tiff battle in a triangular meet i vhich also included the Pioneers. w IIiivo Many Stars. j, Podrebarac, hurdler; Gordon, two- a miler; Van Laningham, half miler; Lansrud, pole vaulter, and Thomp- £ on and Duncan in the quarter mile e re the mainstays of the Bulldogs T orces. Their performances so far t his year indicate they will bring In- ^ :o the Drake column a host of points v ufficient to win the conference ,, meet provided some lesser lights gather in some seconds, thirds and i ourth. GrinneH's defending team includes r 11 veterans, among which are Mcll- a rath, miler; Secor and Pye, two £ itilers, Kokolich, shot putter, and a. a mile-relay team composed of three ( of the four men who won victories n the event last year. Oklahoma A. M. Is Strong. e Drake's greatest opposition, how- c ever, is expected to come from Okla- f ioma A. and M., which is bringing a a squad of 10 men to the meet. ', Coach Roy W. Kenny figures Capt. j Alvin C. Jenkins, who won the two mile race at the K. C. A. C. meet, as his principal point getter. Others counted on to register points are: Peyton Glass, Jr., and Sid Clarke, dash, men; Ralph Knight, quarter miler; Taylor Lain, miler; Claude Leonard, high jumper ami Robert Taton, pole vaulter. Washington's hopes are Built largely around Timberlake, an outstanding broad j u m p e r , and a half dozen other athletes who have consistently turned in performances above the average. Creighton's strength is largely scattered with few exceptional performers but several who may tally third or fourth. STANDARD OIL LEAGUE STAND AUll (HI, noWI'INO t.KAOOK AvcniRCA nn r»r Fch. Zti. W. t- Pet. T. Av. Red. Crown F.thyl ..24 2-1 .500 flflS Tiinm Htph TTirrn Trnm HlffJt .Sinsl« On me Series. Ctiimr. , Alia.-? 23-10 Perfection ...... .S^Q I n d l v t i l u n l Hlph TTirrn I n d l v h l n n l High Clump Scrim. Slngln flamf:. \V. T. Gnmblc . .583 W. T. Gftmble ...232 Team. o. Av. A. T. A x c L I I-V a 45 10t N, J, Morelixm]. , , . Pcrf, -ifl ifio W. T. f j n m h l e R. C. E. 4S ]ft" V, P. SUlLwell A tins -15 1M T. «. O a l t t r n a t h . ... R. C. E. 37 138 D, K. T a y l o r . . : . . . I-V 40 13fi H. K. Payne ( U n a t M . ) 0 335 . U Williams A t l f i H 4.". 134 C. I,. K n u r r H. C. E. 48 131 IT. J. Ncu I-V -IS Till C. Ilollnnrl P e r f . -IS 128 K. J. Zli-Kler t-V 39 12(1 J. B. Wol.ih K, C. E, H7 121 M. C. S\venson Tl. C. K. 47 121 C. A. Antlorson. . . . AllfiH 33 110 T, H, F e r g u s o n . , . . K. C. E. 20 119 IX M Itoth 1-V 32 118 P. I. Aclcnck I-V 28 11R P. K. Malloy I'crf. 27 117 M. F. M i l l e r Perf. 30 113 ». K. Y o i m c c r m A n . . {UniU'rl.) 4 lOfl BASKETBALL RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED TKESS Central 48, Penn 23. Carthage 27, Iowa Wesleynn Zfi. Vnle S7, Ijifayctto 19. Columbia 38, Pennsylvania 24. Ciirlclon 48, St. Olu'f 14. iiliirquette 22, Crelghton 11. .Johns Hopkins 22, Maryland 31. Wittenberg 36, Washington nnd Jefferson ]!). Western Reserve 30, Miami 23. St. Mary's College ( W l n o n n ) 24, St. Thomas 23. University of Washington 30, Washington Stnte 20. FIGHT RESULTS I5y THE ASSOCIATED PKESS MIAMI, Fla. -- Mickey Walker, world .middleweight champion, out- pointed Johnny Risko, Cleveland (10), non-title; Gene Stanton. Cleveland, stopped Jeff Carrol!, Eiloxi, Miss., ( 2 ) ; George Pavelick, Cleveland, knocked out .lames Russell, Detroit ( 1 ). JERSF.Y CIT V-- Tony Canxoneri, world lightweight champion, stoppec Tony K a u f m a n , .New York (1), non-title. GRIMSLEY'S FIVE READY FOR FINAL TILT OF SEASON Seniors to' Honor Queen at Half Time of Contest; Reserves to Play. Probable Lineups. MASON CITY. W. WATERLOO Sutcr F Graham Cordlo F Sohuck (irellc O Illlnn. (Mllman o Camp Pnrrott G Eoel West Waterloo will Invade the Mohawk court Friday night at tlie high school gymnasium In a return basketball clash that will mark the close of the season for the Mason City team except for the tournament play. Mason City and Dubuque are tho oi!V teams that have beaten the Waterloo five this sea- oon and Coach Grimsiey Is expecting a tougher battle this time than In. tha one at Waterloo a few weels back. The Mohawks defeated West High, in the first games of a doubleheader invasion at Waterloo by a score of 3-t to 19. At that time, however, Coach Strowbridge was breaking in Illlan at center to replace Broil- lier who had finished his high school work. Since that defeat the Blackhawk quintet has had increasing success and is out for revenge. Grelk has been out of the lineup for a few days with tonsilitis but is expected to start Friday evening. The remainder of the squad reported to Coach Grimsiey in good condition Wednesday afternoon when the five worked out with the Norlhwood aggregation on the local court. The Mohawks have a chance to turn this clash Into the seventieth victory In four years. The present record stands with 17 games lost and 09 won. For the 30-31 season, the Mohawks have won 14 games and lost 4. This is the final clash of a 19 game schedule. The B squad of the high school will meet the reserves of West Waterloo In the preliminary game at 7 o'clock. The mnln game Is scheduled; for 8 o'clock. Between halves, the senior queen will be announced. Tho seniors won the voting contest for having- the best .attendance at games for the season. Johnson Off Boxing Card Unable to Meet His Foe Because of Sickness. Whitey Baker, Newton, has been substituted for Leonard Johnson in the six round bout with Clarence Phillips of Algonn on the boxing 1 card of the American Legion drum corps scheduled for Thursday at the armory. Matchmaker Joe Kelly announced the change Thursday morning after he had satisfied himself that 1 the report that Johnson was 111 with the "flu" was true. Johnson stated that he desired to meet Phillips on the next bill. No other changes were made in the card. The complete card follows: Don Hampton (Maeon City vs. Tuffy Anderson (Charles City), six rounds. Clarence Phillips (Algona) vs. Whitey Baker ( N e w t o n ) , six rounds. Gordon Stewart (Down) vs. Young Casey (Waterloo), six rounds. Kid Lehr (Waterloo) vs. Glenn Musselman (T"ort Dodge), six rounds. Turgen Tebben (Kanawha) vs. Georg-e Fritz (Fort Dodge), four rounds. Kid Mclnroy (Shell Rock) vs. Vallle Kline (Grafton), four rounds: Wildcat Thompson (Mason City) v s . ' R a l p h Johnson ( A l b e r t Lea), four rounds. Kid Weaver (Carterville) vs. Leo Jones (Mason City), three rounds. ZUPP1OEFENDS COLLEGE SPORTS Illinois Football Coach Is Speaker at Educators' Meeting. DETROIT, Feb. 26. (m--A. spirited defense of inter-collegiate and interscholastlc athletics and their results was given before school superintendents from all parts of the country today by Robert C. Zup- pke, head football coach at the University of Illinois. i Zuppke, addressing the department of superintendence of the National Education association, declared that enemies of Intercollegiate sport in their search for evils, such ns proselyting, "campus hysteria," commercialism and "overemphasis" overlook the "good points from the activity." PITCHERS ABSENT IN BROWNS' CAMP WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.--The' continued absence of Pitchers Wai-" ter Stewart nnd Warren "Rip" Collins from the Browns' training CFimp here today caused nimora they were h o l d i n g out. Infield prac- Uce wns scheduled for Thursday, the first ot the training grind.

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