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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 10 B| 1937 NINE PREPS LOSE HEARTBREAKER, TROJANS WIN f t 4 A 4 * * , * , - ,, · » ... * .^ . . . _ ,, ^ . . . . . . . . . ' 852_TeamsJleady to Battle for 1937 High School Cage Laurels PREP TEAM HAS TOUGH LUCK TO LOSE TIGHT ONE Mason City Early Lead Is Faded in Last Minutes of Austin Contest. Heart-breaker 71ASON CITV--H Sholi J G FT 1'TM I'l' M c K c n i r I . . 1I - I " C'nnkman f .. a n ·; :i u F l r l c l i f r f - r - c · - I " .[ f S o r m a t i c ... 5 t I I 2 llepntr c . . . '4 l I u I flrisbiiir f · " " tt " l I l l l l f e-f S n II n 2 TOTALS AUSTIN"-- - -*3 J n m r s ( nuijrer t .. J a r v i s f . . llarLiiian c l*Arns\vorlli T,n,v c . . . . SinUs 1 G .. 'A 1 1 :i TOTALS . . . . !H1 B Scove t o y Q ' l R f l c r s : M A S O N CITT * '1 !* A U S T I N . . . · " · I I " Hcfcrce: Clyde Klujc ( G r i n n e l l ) . By AL MLTCHELL, Globc-Gae/.Uc Sparls Editor One field goal was plenty to defeat Mason City high school's Mohawks Tuesday night, as Austin, Minn.'s Scarlets won 23 to 21 on the local hardwood, grabbing the lead in the closing periods after the home boys had held an advantage of as much as nine points during the course of the contest. Each team took exactly 30 shots at the goals, and the Scar- lets connected on eight, while the Mohawks got seven. Both FLETCHER GORMAN North Iowa to See Big Group of Cage Tests Mason City to Tussle for Sectional Honors With Entrants at Lake. DES MOINES, (,f)--Eight h u n - dred and f i f t y - t w o teams. Ihc largest number in h i s t o r y , will compete in Ihe Iowa high school bas- t o u r n n m c n l star ti n g k e t b a l l March J. George A. Brown, executive secretary of the board in control of high school athletics, announced the 64 sectional tournament sites Wednesday, and assigned the 852 teams to the various meets. Eight tournaments were awarded to each ol the eight Iowa districts. There were 836 teams in the 193G tournament. Ames, the 1936 state champion, will compete in the Colo sectional. Mason City, the 193G runnerup and 1935 champion, will appear in the Clear Lake sectional. NORTH IOWA SITES ACKLEY Snpt. T. C. Grccm, manager. Class A--Ackley. Elclovn. loiva Falls. PnrkLTsburK. Rattctiffc. Class' T5--Alclcn Albion. Aplinnloii. Hubbard, New Harl- ford. Owasa, Wcllsburg. BURT Si((;l. Condil Bo\vic, manager. Class A--Algona. Armslrong,' Buffalo Center. ttingstcd. Swea City, Tilonka Class B--Bancroft, Burt, Fcnton. Grant To\vnshin. Lakcta, 1-ccJvard, Lone Rock Maple H i d , Seneca. Woden CHARLES CITY Prin. H. M. Clark, manager. Class A--Charles Cily, Nashua, New Hampton, Uiceville. Class B~Alla Vista Col well. Elnm. Floyd. FrectericksburK, Frcderika, Ionia. Litllc Cedar, Orchard Plain/ield, lUidtl. CLEAR LAKE Snpt. C. A. Pease, manager. Class A--Brill, Clear Lake, Forest City, Garner. Mason Cily. Nora Springs, Thompson. Class B--Crystal Lake, l l a i i - lontown, Klcmtne, Lcland, Swalcdale, Ventura. DECOHAH Supt. Thomas R. Roberts, manager. Class A--Cresco, Decorali, Lansinp Wiiukon. Class B--Calmar, Chester. Fort Atkinson. Harpers Ferry, Lawler, Lime Springs, New Alhin. Ossipn, Ridgeway. ' DOWS Supt, Hipli S. Logan, manager. Class A--BelmoiuE. Clarion. Dows, Eaule Grove. Class Gait. Goodclt, Latimcr, McEcrvcy, I'oncjov Rowan, Williams. EMMETSBURG . Supt. R. W. Newell, manager. Class - A -- EmmctslHirg, Graelltnser. Rulhven. Spencer. West Bend. .Class B -- Ayrcshirc. Cornell, Curlew. Cylinder. Dickins. Lake Center, Mallard, Rodman. Rutland, Webb. Whltlemore. FAYETTE Supt. A. E. Morse, manager. Clasj_. A--Fayelle^ Maynard. Sumncr, I West Union. Class B--Arlington. Aurora^ squads scored seven free throws Buck Creek, Hnwkcye, Oran, Randalia. in the see-saw contest, but the c p Mohawks missed as many as they pushed in, while Gus Young's team only let three get away. Even alter losing their lead the Mohawks had a chance to win as the score was tied at 21-21 with a minute Iclt in the game. But John Hondank, Scarlet reserve guard, went dribbling down the court, bounced the ball ofr the shins oC two surprised defense men, and scored a setup to clinch the contest. Mohawks Tile Up Lead. Mason City's revised lineup hopped into the lead at the start when Wayne. Wood scored a, free toss on Gay Farnssvorth's foul, but the Scarlet guard pushed his team ahead when he looped two free throws after Everett Fletcher's personal penalty. Fletcher evened the score after Rex James had fouled him in a drive toward the goal. Harold McKcnzy bucketed the first Mohawk goal from an angle back of the free throw circle to send Mason City into the lead again. It took half a dozen drives before Farnsworth got a long poke at the cast backboard and evened the score at 4 to 4. The Mohawks pulled ahead again as McKenzy missed a free throw, took a high rebound and tossed in a bucket, but Farnsworth looped another free throw on Howard Gorman's technical foul to make it 6 to 5. Fletcher's high arch from back of the free throw settled in the bottom o£ the net to put the Mo- ·lawks three points ahead, and a scoreless quarter minute went by before the period ended at 8 to 5. Lead by Seven Points. Leland Huff took over Fletcher's forward job, and the Mohawk captain went back to guard, as the second period started, getting things right under way with a tip- in shot from under the bucket. Gorman stretched the lead to 12 to 5 when he took Fletcher's long pass in the clear and hooked through a setup. He added a pair of points as he stretched a side rebound back into the net on Fletcher's short try, and James Sained one back when lie looped a free throw after Huff's foul. Bob Cookman came into a forward's job as Irv Hepncr took center, and the Mohawk forward dropped in one of two free throws to start his string for the night. Farnsworth's free throw made the score 15 to 7, and James-whipped in a whirl shot as he got past Wood in the free throw zone. Cookman got back a point with a second free throw on Farnsworth's third foul. Austin Tics Score. Hepner bounced in a free throw Bftcr he and Bill Hartman had wrestled for a second under the Mohawk goal, but John Bondank eased in a goal for Austin, seconds before the h a l f ended, to m a k e the score 17 to 11. I?ob Bulger ran,? up a hii.sUel a f - Icr one scoreless m i n u t e had ( C o n l l n n r l nn Next 1'arr-) Volga City. MANSON Supl. Henry De Kock. manager. Class A--Fonda. Fort Dodpe, Manson Rockwell City. Rolfe. Class B--Sarmnn! ·Tcllcy, M o r c I a n d, Palmer, Pioneer Pomcroy. Hinard. Somcrs Varina MONONA Supt, J, Frank Church, manager. Class A--EJkaclcr, IUonon,i. Poslviltc Class B-- Clerinonl, Elgin. Elknort, Far- mcrsburg, G a r n a v i l l o , Luana, Marqucttc McGregor, Walcrvillc. NORTHWOOI3 Supl. Ernest A. Prelim, manacer Class A--Lake Mills. Manly. Northwood. OsaRc. St. Anssar. Class B--Car- penler, Fertile. Grailon. Kcnsett, Mc- Intlrc. Mitchell. Otranto. Plymouth, Rake. OELWEIN Supt. G. B. Fcrrcll, manager. Class A--Independence, Lamonl, Ocl- wein. Strawberry Point. Wavcrly. Winthrop. Class B--Dundee, Eelgcwoocl, Fairbank. Grccley. Hnzlcton, Oncicla, Rcad- lyn, Rowley, Stanley. RENWICK Snpt, M. Kirk Sprecy. manager. Class A--Corwith. Humboklt. Kanawhn. r-ivermorc. Class B--Bode. Dakota City, Goldfield, Ltlveine, Ottoson, Henwick Thor. Vernon Township, Wesley. SHEFFIELD Supt. H. D. Hoffman, malinger. Class A--Clarlisvillc, Greene. Hampton. Rockford. Sheffield. Class B--Allison, Chapin. Dumont, Geneva, Hanscll, Marble Rock, Thornton. SPIRIT LAKE Supl. H. E, 'Ilsley, manascr. Class A--Esthcrvillc, Milforet. Spirit r,ake. Class B--Arnolds Park. Dollivcr Emmet Township,' Everly, Excelsior. Gruver. Greenville. Haifa. Okoboji Township, Royal. Rossic, Superior, Tcrril Lake Park. WATERLOO EAST Prill. Fred J. Miller, manager. Class A--Ccdnr Falls. Teachers ICeilar F a l l s t , Dunkcrton, Josllp. Shell Rock, Waterloo Easl, Waterloo West. Class B -Denver. Orange Township, Finchtord, Jancsviltc, Quasouclon, WEBSTER CITY Supt. Burrus Beard, manager. Class A--Ellsworth. Jewell, Stanhope Story City, Webster City. Class B-- Blairsbilrg, Duticonlbc, Gilbert Kamrar Randall, Woodstock. NEW Pacho, slugged PACIIO WINS YORK, (UP)--Bobby J47M:, California, out- Bobby Wilson, Washington, D. C., to win the 10- round feature encounter at Broadway arena Tuesday night. Cage Scores / .1IIMOH COI.I.KCIi .MASON CITV Mi I h l l i c r v l l l o .11. IValftnrf ( F o r e s t C l l v ) :to; l-:mmcU- burf 2H. H I G H SCHOOL A u s t i n , Minn., ·;.!; . M A S O N CITV 'JI. JOri.Ut'KN 51; MASON CITY ( L i l l l c M n h n u l ^ l :i. Onujc :KI--!-l; n i c e v l l l e m-ll. l!:tmploii £ T - : l O - l l ; Clarion l . ~ t - l l l - l ( l . M.inly 2 1 ; Fertile 211. New Hampton J.l-1,1; Charles Cily 12-2'J. Clear Lafce I ! l : Forest City 1C. P l y m o u t h S7-30! Marble Rock 2G-H. Eldora M-IO: A e k l e y S3-ID.!er 30-8; Cresco Ifi-Ili. Emmetsburc (reserves.) 2 1 ; Curlew 13, A l e x a n d e r 28-12; Seneca 18-2(5. S h e f f i e l d 31-a^i noek Falls 17-7. R o c k f o r d Itfi-^J: Nashua -1C-17. ttockfnril ( J u n i o r h l r h ) ,17f Rudd ( J u n - ior hijh) 3. Alia V i s t a 41-7: Klma 2.1-13. Nora Springs 20-1!); Floyd 17-la dirls' tie). K n r t m a n -3.1-.12; SI. Cecilia's (Al;ona) 13-1S. L o n e r o c k 37-21; WMttemore 51-11. r.nldfielri »l-r,; Eaitlc Grove. 3 3 - t « . I.lme Springs 32-S(i; W y k o f f , M i n n . , n e l m o n r t iiij-mj |)n w , T H - I . C l . i r k s v i l l t :»J-2:i: I ' i n r h f n r d T I - H ()!.!,I.(ji: SI. A m l . r o . r :it: t V n l r a t 'M. O l i i m M n :il! l i f f t - r I n i v a I K . S i n i p m n :ij; rar.son.i 2 f . Imva S l a t e T".iclipi-s .15; Cne :it. Ttipon 2!l; n e l o l t 37. ' GAZETTE S PARK BOARD TO SEEK HUGE CUT OF SCRAP GATE Chicago Body Asks Quarter of Receipts to Open Up Soldier Field Site, By STEVE SNIDEK United Press Staff Correspondent CHICAGO, (UP)--One more barrier popped up Wednesday before the harried promoters attempting to match Champion Jimmy Braddock with Bomber Joe Louis when a park committee suggested a sky-high rental fee for the use of Soldier field. Their indifferent attitude f u r - ther complicated the demands o£ Joe Gould, the champion's manager, who insisted the fight be staged at Soldier field or else. Although the south park board controlling the huge lakclront amphitheater postponed definite action ou a rental application, it indicated a fee of 25 per cent of the gross receipts might be justified. The promoters considered even 15 per cent of the gale too high. "Question of Policy." "A question of policy has arisen over a profit venture in which the price level is beyond the means of the average citizen of Chicago," said Robert J. Dunham, president of the board. "It must be decided, in view of the complaints received after the Dempsey-Tunney ' f i g h t in 1927, whether to disregard the interests of our citizens and lease the field purely on a business basis." Dunham insisted the low-priced stats in rambling Soldier field would not permit a satisfactory view of the ring. "We ran into considerable d i f f i - culty - over Ihis same problem when Jack Dempscy and Gene Tunncy fought there," he said. "If we choose to lease the field for the sake of revenue to defray the cost of corporate operation, we may well be justified in" asking 25 per cent o£ the gross." Comiskcy Park Left. The board's action made Co- miskcy park, home of the White Sox, the likely site. J. Louis Co- miskcy, Sox owner, offered to lease the grounds for 5 per cent of the gross receipts. Although Gould objected and refused to sign as scheduled when Comiskcy park first was suggested, it was believed he would come around sooner or Inter if the sporting club agreed to bank the $500,000 guarantee accepted by the champion. The original offer was $500,000 or half the net receipts. The site appeared to be Hie only item still up in the air. Louis was in town, ready to sign now that his handlers and Mike Jacobs were speaking to each other again and threats to shift the fight to Detroit or "we won't sign" apparently were forgotten. SEEK LEWIS BOUT FOll MAX IN JUNE P H I L A D E L P H I A , ( U P ) --Max Bacr, former heavyweight boxing champion, was offered a 525,000 guarantee Wednesday by Promoter Herman Taylor to meet John Henry Lewis oC Arizona in a 15 round out here next June. Lewis, holder of the lighlheavy- weiglit crown, won a 15 round decision from Al Ettorc, Philadelphia heavyweight, in a nonlitle here Monday night. bout Taylor said (he proposed Baer- Lewis fight would be staged in Municipal stadium, scene of the first Dempsey-Tunney brawl, if Baer accepts the offer. Lawler High Cagers Beat Cresco's Team CRESCO--Lawler high school's cagers beat · Crcsco 30 to 16, while the local reserves won 1G to 8, in a pair of Tuesday basketball games. Lawler got away lo a 9 to 5 lead at the quarter, pushed its margin to 20 to 7 at the h a l f , and was out in f r o n t by 26 to 10 at the third period's end. Osage High Wins in Tuesday Night Test OSAGE--Osage high school won two games from Riceville here Tuesday night, as Hugliet and Burke tied at 11 points each in a scoring duel that the local varsity took by 30 to 22. The home squad won in the late periods after Rice- x-ille had led 9 to 7 at the half. The local reserves won 22 to 11. 16 Teams Set to Tussle for North Iowa Laurels Starting Date Set Back* to Saturday; Eight in Each Class. Eight teams had registered for each class of the North Iowa Independent basketball t o u r n a m e n t , which sas been scheduled to start on Saturday night at the Y. M. CA. court, when the deadline for entries was reached Tuesday evening, according to an announcement by C. H. "Chuck" Lennan, co-sponsor of the meet with C. W. "Chuck" Gasswint. Class A teams are: Hardwares (Rockford), Tractors (Charles City) CarroU Oliver Iowa Rodman High Victor Over Algona Squad HODMAN--For Ihe second lime this season Rodman bcal SI. Cecelia's academy of Algonn, Tuesday nighl handing the ;icndcmy miinlct a 25 to IS d e f e a t . The toll- man girts won 52 lo 18 from the SI. Cecelia girls. Falls Shamrocks, Britt Hottentots, Rosedale Creamery (Fort Dodge), Diamond Bread, Marshall- and Swift and Corn Country Butter, Mason the latter three all from Cily. Class B entries are: Hanlon- lown Hawks, Hampton White Eagles, Hayfield Black Raiders, Fertile Independents, D e c k e r lowanas, Pabst Blue Ribbon, and two other E. Deckel- teams from the Jacob and Sons plant. WALDORF FIVE Fox Gets Bucket in Fading Seconds to Take Scrap at Emmetsburg. EMMETSBURG--Fox's bucket in the final seconds gave Waldorf of Forest City a 30 to 28 victory over Emmetsburg junior college Tuesday night in the Hawkcye conference. Emmetsburg led 15 to 13 at the half, and the count was tied at 28-28 in the f i n a l minute. Prochaska led the Irish with 12 points, while Fox had 11 for Waldorf. The Emmetsburg high school reserves won 21 to 15 from Curlew, coming from behind after Curlew had led 11 to 8 at the half. Branigan of Emmetsburg and Anderson of Curlew eacli scored eight points. Clear Lake Winner in Forest City Mix CLEAR LAKE--Clear Lake's Lions defeated Forest City 19 to l(i in a .North Iowa conference basketball game Tuesday night. Marshall and Swift of Mason City won from Standard Oil of Marshalltown 38 to 2G in a preliminary same. Manly High Wins as Fertile Loses Scrap MANLY--Manly high school upset Fertile, 24 to 20, in a Tuesday night basketball game here, the visitors losing two men on fouls in the final period. Pint a and Culver, w i t h eight and six points, led the Railroaders, while Humphrey scored 11 and Jones counted nine for Fertile. Rockford High Wins in Nashua Court Go ROCKFORD -- Rocklortl high school defeated Nashua 3G to 1G and 24 to 17 in two basketball games here Tuesday nighl, with Lohr, Crowdl and Hu.xsohl leading the attack. Simerson was the Nashua lender. The local junior high school team beat Rudd junior high 37 to 3. Plymouth High Wins in Seventh Loop Go PLYMOUTH -- Plymouth high school won its seventh Twin River conference basketball game without a loss Tuesday night, beating Marble Rock 57 to 2C as Lloyd Woodhouse led the scoring. The local reserves won 30 to 14 in a preliminary contest. St. Ambrose Winner in Iowa Loop Scrap DAVENPORT, W)--Saint Ambrose broke a 26-26 deadlock in the last five minutes to defeat Central college in an Iowa conference basketball game here Tuesday night 34 to 28. Francis Tofanelli, sophomore forward, led Saint Ambrose with six field goals. HARDING TO TAKE TUBES' OLD POST MIAMI, Fla., (UP) -- Jack Harding, football coach at St. Thomas college o£ Scranton, Pa., for 11 years, Wednesday was named head coach at the University of Miami, .succeeding Ira Tubbs. The a p p o i n t m e n t was announced by- Dr. B. F. Ashc, president of the university. Ceiro Gordo Winner and Loser in Double Meet for Rifle Team Results of a postal match (irccl by Ihe Ccrro Gordo R i f l e «ncl Pistol club againsl Cresco and the Ames faculty teams showed a win over Cresco and a loss lo Ames, it was announced by G. E. Andrews Wednesday. The local rifle experts defeated Cresco JI38 to 324, and lost to Ames, 948 to 938. The course of fire was 10 shots prone and standing at 50 feet, with 10 shooting, the high five counting foi record. RECORD SCORES IT. Side. To. F. Hanes inn !il I'll L. K. Allstol ·]'.} ill inn K, !·]. McSweency wt XX 1X7 1. O. Hint G. K. Andrews Davey Gets High Total in City League Bowling for Tuesday. Moose Lodge,, Hugh Davey and Son and Ihe Old Timers each won two out of three games in the City bowling league Tuesday night, while the losing outfits were Decker's Plant, Decker's Office and Maple Inn. Hugh Davey and Son was the high team for the night and week with 2,899 pins for its total, while L. A. Moe rolled a G12 and C. M. Collins had a 224 for top individual marks. "William Duncan's G42 series an C. H. Esliek's 242 single were the individual prize figures for the week. I'layerji-- Cosslns H.ilciuf .. : M e a n y Whitney C. K a u f m a n .. A c l u a l T i n s H a n d i c a p . . TOTAL riffS DICKER'S PLANT 'Ml! 1KII mi i in i net 2m i;;t 112 NHy 3rd Total 201 ,~IK llj.'f -.1(1 ill!! woosr. I.OIK;I: 1'laycr.s-- l.-,t ^ntl ar»l Tola FclTias 2 L I K ^0 l~»7 r,8 H. H u m p h r e y .. I.",*! '.Mil n;( J . Humphrey . . 1 1 7 l!l!l 1 1 7 1711 Berry I !," iilK I'M .Tiff 171 IJfi.' «·!« 2 K I J 5 A c t u a l Pi H a n d i c a p TOTAL PINS .. S!MI l»:i:l H3I! 2S13 M'Lt: INN' Ul U n O am Toliil A v f . I.IH ^D(i l in r,oi MIS mi] I-,' inn r.;t7 l M a t t e r Powell Actual Pins Handicap 10!) IKr» 1:17 ·1115 fill Mtl il IX KX7 17 F NEW RECORD IN TEN TOTALS Jaysees Crack Down Wolves in Cage Scrap Lane, Snell, Sheckler Star for Mason City in Game on Road Tuesday. Purdue Ace Has Chance to Break Old Top Set by Purple's Star. Ky EAIIL HILL1GAN CHICAGO, (/Pj--Jewell Young, Purdue's flashy forward, held a 25 point lead over bis closest r i v a l in the race for Big Ten individual scoring honors Wednesday and a chance to break the all-time record of 107 points imide by Joe Heilf of Northwestern in 1033'. Young has collected 90 points on 3ii field goals and 18 free throws in six games, the same number as remain on Purdue's schedule. Starting the season with brilliant performance against Wisconsin in which he garnered 27 points, Young has averaged 15 points a contest. Bob Kcsslcr, also of the Boilermakers, topped the pack last season w i t h 160 points. Yoimer Gels Free Ones. Young has been especially effective from the foul line, missing only three charity trys in 21 chances. In second place is Ken Gunning, Indiana forward, with G5 points on 27 baskets and 11 free throws. Mike McMichael of Northwestern is (hirtf with 53 points, one more than the total held by Harry Combes of Illinois. Johnny Kundln, sophomore forward of Minnesota's surprising Gophers, smashed his way up among the leaders over the weekend with 32 points scored on Ohio State and Purdue. Collects 20 Points. Against the Boilermakers Monday night he collected 20 points, sinking eight free throws in as many chances. Among the leaders, Ben Stephens of Iowa has been the most consistent foul shot, cashing in 23 of 27 opportunities. Purdue and Indiana lead the conference in team scoring, the lormci-^ with 234 points in six games and Indiana with 2G3 in seven tills. Minnesota has shown Hie best defense, holding five opponents to 124 points. Winning Again M A S O N CITV-- I'! l.anc f S n c l l f .. Usher c. . S h e c k l e r l l c r t f D u n n ;r Anderson TOTALS ills I'Ci I T ri'.M IT I'ly JOE HEARITY TO FIOHT IKE FOR LEGION TOP MIX Delayed Bout to Head Card Here Thursday; Klomp Won Last Start. L E G I O N FIGHT CAIU M A I N ' K V K . N T t H M r i l j , |;ii. J i » s n , , fit,, vs. ;Mlk» n]i, L i m e S p r i n s N . l l ( i , ( 8 ) . S E M I W I N D UP n n y Iliiirr, m. Masnn Cily. v. uke 31 III i--at Snots 1 G I'F 1 .. K n u l s o n £ I V f B C . . . . "cj-niiitis r O l l l l c r f .. V c i t r o m p H e l c l i m a i m l.cUntl JT .. 5'alincr 5 , TOTALS ... i .':i rj in s 1:1 31 Score hv quarters: M A S O N CITV , . I l l ' ~ E H I I-.: liSTHI'RVlI.I.i: II IK -!X 111 K c f c r t e : J l a r l i n . ESTHERVILLE -- Mason City uniot college defeated Estherville's Wolves for the second time his season on Tuesday night, tak- the lead in the first period a f t e r the home squad had jumped nto a 4 lo 2 advantage in the opening minute, and building up a margin of 42 to 34 during the contest. The Trojans dropped two men by personal fouls, while the Wolves Favorite for Coast Handicap Wins Race SANTA ANITA RACE TRACK, Arcadia, Cal., (UP)--Seabiscuit, Mrs. C. S. Howard's sensational bay colt who is a 10-1 choice for the 5100,000 Santa .Anila handicap, outclassed [our other threats for the Feb. 27 classic Tuesday with a f o u r and one-halt Icnfilh victory in Ihc seven furlong San Carlos. Sir Emerson, an outsider, was second, and Time Supply third. Rosemont, show horse in handicap last year and heavy favorite, finished fifth in the six horse field. TOTAL PINS . . KUIl !;it Vlaycri-- Knit) Se.ui l l e c k c r A d a m s I l c n d e r A r l i m l I'ins H a n d i c a p T O T A L PIN'S OLn T l i v I K U S Jst 3»t aril TnLiI :-'lil i,f- tl!) ,-|l . . . . 1 7 1 l ! l l I.-R r.'Kl . . . . l l i i l 1C I 1 7 1 illll n;'; i K i t i!ii; r,:iK IKI 171 'Mf, Bfill K.IK JJK: ^rrn! Players--· F a l l ' '. Bonkcr I.iritlsay M a c D o n a l d . . . A r t u a l Tins H a n d i c a p inn -Jim Illl ll») 17!* n*; i ,v; i i-i 171 1711 mil Kr. .'in iii Arc. ISO 1 7 1 X!H li'J n,:: I5t 171 17» TOTAL PIN'S .. Sill H'J,- l():!li ^HrJ n i l H U G H D A V H V A N D S O N Players-- 1st ^nil ^rtl Total \vc Aloe TM;t IKC, - J l l l t lil-^ -JOI S h a n n o n . . . ^ 1 1 ] r I |fm ;,»,·; |;JH ... ii: 1 ; 170 in:i -i,» 17.1 Collins A c t u a l Pins H a n d i c a p TOTAL I'l.VS IKti SOU New Hampton Takes Comet Court Tussle NEW HAMPTON--New Hiitnp- ton h i g h school's cagers defeated Charles City 15 to 12 in a Norlh- easl Iowa conference game Tuesday nighl, while the Comet reserves won 22 to 15. THE BOXSCOKE NEW [CHARLES IIAMFTO.V--1.1 [CITV--13 fr n p'l If. Carney f C 5 l | O r t m a n f Meltone I 1 1 1!|Meurer ( n n :t|Walton f 0 I)' II nil ran c Larson c Wflfd f Hippie f a n ijlfammoml IHrown f f tt pr 0 1 2 n i 2 n n 2 1 X 8 n i -i t z ,t o n i 1 712|TOTAI.S quarters: TOTALS Score by NEW HAMPTON' f j(! C H A R L E S CITY n S R e f e r e e : Chiirph (L S, T. C,). RANGERS WIN'. TORONTO, (UP) -- The New York Rangers, c o m p l e t e l y oul- classing t h e Toronto M a p l e Loafs, .scored ;i 5 lei I victory in Tuc.s- day night's national hockey league game. Ripon Cagers Take Beloit Court Scrap RIPON, Wis., (UP)--Ripon college defeated Beloit 2D lo 27 here Tuesday night to take possession of third place in the midwest basketball conference. Ripon b u i l l up a 17 to 10 h a l f time lead. Jim Brown, Bcloil forward, led scorers wilh six baskets and two free shots for M points. Fallen, Bipon forward, counted 111 points. Methodists Win in Parsons Court Tilt INDIANOLA, (/P)--Now in undisputed second place as the result of a 34 to 24 . victory over Parsons college Tuesday night, Simpson college cagers looked to a meeting with Luther Friday. A victory over the Norse would put Simpson into the Iowa conference lend. The Methodists held Parsons to one first half f i e l d basket and were never in serious trouble. WIN FIRST TIME. BOSTON, ( U P ) -- T h e M o n t r e a l Maroons scored Iheir first victory of the season over Ihe Boston Bruins Tuesday, bagging a 2 to C verdict in a listless national hockey league game before 10,000 fans. ARMORY THURSDAY NITE KLOMP vs. HEARITY BAUER vs. M1CKELSON TICKETS ON SALE AT UNITED CtGAR STORE SNELL, SHECKLER lost three in a repetition of the rough and tumble the teams put on in their lirst meeting. Orris Warrington drilled the ne for 14 points, while Gale Lnne again led the Trojan attack wilh a dozen counters, and Gale Snell, who went the entire route and played a fine game, added to tho Mason City punch. Loren "Tuffy" Sheckler also played a neat game at guard. Coach Elmer Starr used plenty of" reserves, i n c l u d i n g a flock of guard combinalions, while the Trojans called out only two replacements, both coming alter starters had left the lineup on personal fouls. Lead Changes Hands Often as State Teachers Is Winner Over Coe. CEDAR FALLS, (/P)--After the lead had changed hands 21 limes, Iowa State Teachers college slipped in a last m i n u t e basket to defeat Coe Cagers 35 to ;!4 Tuesday nighl, for the first time in four years. The Tutors overcame n 25 [o 22 Coe lead in Ihc last three minutes on baskets by Curtis and BInck. Curtis was high scorer w i t h 15 points. Alexander High Wins in Geneva Cage Test ALEXANDER--Alexander high school's cagers defeated Geneva 28 to Ifl, while the local girls completed Ihe evening with a 42 to 28 victory, in two games Tuesday night. Sheffield High Wins in Double Cage Tilt S H E F F I E L D -- Sheffield high school defeated Rock Falls, 3'I to 17, in a b a s k e t b a l l game here Tuesday nifihl, w h i l e the local reserves won 35 to 7 in a preliminary contest. The high school girls [Icfcatcct a graduates' team, If) to '!, in a t h i r d contest. BUDGET DlSPl D o n n e l l y Service, Inc. (tnnilrfcli Tires and Accessories 125 1st SI. S. K. iHasnn Cily I l c l i r l . 17.-,. A u s t i n , J l l n n . , (V,l. I M t E L L M l N A n i E S u r l y Harris. IS!. M a s n « 'cil-, vi. J o e rs :-«arsk'i. Kill, n'rlll, "(5). lilisv Kloinn. MS, . . . nic i m i K o u E h a m c " K.IT, IS5, Similes v« Cily, T i. o n y WclUel. 13n. earral" I ' l o r e n l z , 1;!,-J, , o c e Keil" Genlmrl, 131. M a s o n C i l y , vs. ' l ' S ' r " .I",*''"' '·'{· LIm " Sfl'ISS, W). TLMt: S::ill Tliursilay n l c l i l . P L A C E : .Ma-ion City armnry. nLl'l:Ki:i£: carl .Meyers, o.^sc. Fully recovered from the f l u , vhich prevented him from appear- ig in the main go at the last ifiht card held at Ihc armory nisky Mike Klomp of Lime Springs will enlcr Ihe ring Thursday night in an eight round main ;o against Jarring Joe Hcarity big Mason Cily Irishman. Hcnrity sunched his way to a clear cut decision over the veteran Spin ·felson of Austin, Minn., in the icadliner of the last Legion show at the armory. Hcarity has been working out lightly at the Y. M. C. A. in preparation lor his delayed bout with Clomp, winner of the "white hope" tournament at DCS Moines last summer. Klomp, in his only ap- jeurancc on a local card chilled Kid Fly of Fort Dodge in lour ·ounds with a solar plexus punch. niicliclson lo Return. Kenny Bauer, Mason City light leavywcight, meets the vet Mike Michelson of Austin, Minn., in Ihe six round semiwindup. Michelson, it will be remembered by fans who witnessed the last show, knocked out Kenny Sawyer of Crcsco in tho second round o£ a semiwind- up fight. Curly Harris, local middle- . weight who has been making favorable showings in the ring and ' won his last fight here, ·. ; tangles with Joe Ezarski.of ·Brittiiiiia'ilveV- round fray. Harris,; who has' won n following with local fistic fans ' because of his crowd-pleasing fac- ' lies, is given the nod in this melee. Kuss to Battle Gcorffe Mike's brother, Kuss Klomp, will go into action in a four round duel w i t h none other than George "Roiighhotisc" Kalz serving- as his opposition. It will be the local rinu debut for Kuss. Kate lost the decision to Leon DeRock at Ihe last show. A Mason City veteran lighl- weight, Tony Weilzel, returned to tiic ring wars in a three round prelim against "Bearcat" Florentz who has also shown his rinii wares in the local fistic m a r l Opening the show will be "Red" Gepharl, local lightweight who has won his last two starts in the nrmory ring, and William Hughes, Lime Springs battler who will bo m a k i n g his ring debut against the tow head. Eldora High Winner in Two Ackley Tilts ACKLEY--Eldorn won a double- lender basketball battle here Tuesday n i g h t from Ackley, the girls capturing t h e f i r s t game 41) lo Hi and the boys, 26 to 23. In the l a t t e r contest Doud was o u t s t a n d i n g for Eldorn while Krusc looked best for Ackley. Nora Springs Cagers Win, Tie Two Scraps NORA SPRINGS--Nora Springs high school defeated Floyd here Tuesday night, 20 to 17, as Paine led the local boys and Vance performed best for Floyd. The girls teams tied at 10-19. Hampton Wins Three Games With Cowboys HAMPTON -- I lampion won Ihrce basketball games from Clarion here Tuesday night, ihe local f i r s t team t a k i n g a 27 to 15 decision, w h i l e the reserves won 30 lo 10. The j u n i o r Irish school sriuad look an 11 fo 10 decision. OUR DELICIOUS A Perfect Valentine We have many kinds oC tine Candies in beautiful Valentine boxes--packed particularly for t h e s e n t i m e n t a l o c c a s i o n . Prices very reasonable. OLYMPIA CAFE !1 NORTH F K D K U A L AVE.

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