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I !xj J !·' s j. : c\ MOHAWKS TROUNCE WEST WATERLOO '40-23 1 v BRITT FIVE WINS 'TROJAN TILT BY 38 TO 15 SCORE Mau Is High Point Man With 9 Counters; Lane Is Runnerup. TOURNEY RESULTS Britt 38; Mason City 15. Enirnctsburg 15; Northwestern 33. Ksthervillo '28, Sheldon 27. Fort Dodge 22, Webster City EMMETSBURG, Feb. 28.--Britt Junior college defeated tho Mason City Junior college Trojans 38 to 15 in the second round of the junior college basketball tournament in progress here. The Mason City five could not make Its shots count. Mau was the high point man of the game with 4. field goals and a free throw. Lane was the runnerup with scoring honors with 3 field goals and a free throw. ' Britt was leading 6 to 1 at the end of the first quarter, 15 to 8 at the half and 32 to 11 at the three- quarter mark. MASON CITY--15 FG FT PF Snell, f 1 2 j Lane, f ; 3 j '., McPcak, c 0 0 T J. Winnie, c o 2 0 Anderson, g- o 0 " 't J. Winnie, g o o 3 Decker, g i 0 2 Totals 5 5 w Snstltutions: McPeak for Morgan, 1. Winnie for Anderson, J. Winnla for McPcak, Decker for ,J. Winnie, Anderson for Decker, Mcpealc for Anderson. BK1TT--33 Bartik, £ ;j Marc, f ,1 Kydson, f \ o Steel, c ', , . i Hendricks, g- 7 Clarke, g · 3 H. Jacofoson, g i Totals Ig o )i Substitutions: Rydison for Man, Rydson for" Hendrieks, Steelc far Bartik, Pearce for Jacobson, Hendrickson for MUII. BASKETBALL RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS - ^ _ GrinneU S6~Cocv26. " · - - · _ · - Washington 83, Bloomficlci 13. Missouri 86, Kansas in. Oklahoma 30, Wasbburn 27. .River Falls Teachers 41,Eau Claire Teachers 21. Pitt 27, Carnegie Tech 25. St. John's university (college) 26, Iliiuillnc 25. Western Illinois Teachers -IS, Eureka, 39. Monmouth 20, Illinois Wcslcyan 18. Lake Forcat 36, Bcloit 21. North Dakota. State 18, North Dn- kota. IJ,, 1 5. Stout institute 23, Stevens Point State Teachers 'M. HIGH SCHOOL Washington (Cedar Rupids) 2G, Iowa City 1 (Reserves). Mason City 23, West Waterloo 21 (Reserves). Miuson City 40, West Waterloo 23. Holy Family (Mason City) 23, St. Joseph's (Mason City) 18. Newton 25, Ames 24. Buffalo Center ]2, Clear Lake 11. East Waterloo 14, Independence 13J Iowa. City 1.9, Washington high (Ceditr Rapids) J4. Marshiilltown 20, Oskaloosa 17. Creston 12, Shcnandoah 11 (Rc- servn.s). Shcnandoah 22, Creston 16. Harlim 24, Denison 13. JAZETTE S MASON CITY. IOWA. FEBRUARY 28 · 1931 RTS - r\ HOLY FAMILYJDEFEATS JOHAWKS^BY 23 TO is *MULLA?Ts HIGH SCORER IN RALLY IN CLOSING PLAY IN BASEBALL TRAINING.CAMPS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS HURLERS BEGIN FIELDING WORK ST. PETERSBURG, Fla Manager Joe McCarthy intends to make fielders as well as throwers out of the men who occupy the' pitching mound for the New York Yankees. All the hurlera had to take part in fielding practice Friday, learning to cover first base properly on grounders. GIANTS TO START PLAYING SAN ANTONIO--Evidently going on the theory that the way for baseball players to get into condition is for them to play ball, Manager John McGraw of the New York Giants has scheduled a pair of exhibition games for his team against the Dallas Texas league club at Dallas next Saturday and Sunday. I'LAN XO DEDICATE CLEVELAND STADIUM FORT MYERS, Fla.--E. S. Barnard, president of the American league, said the Philadelphia Athletics and the Cleveland Indians would dedicate the new Cleveland stadium with a Sunday game July ?6. The park will scat 77,000. PHILLIES MAY LAND IN FIFTH PLACE WINTER HAVEN, Fla Thus far H u r t Shotton, manager of the Phillies, has made no guess whero his club will finish this year, but » fortune teller has attended to that little detail for him. Shotton paid a dollar last nigiit to ask the question, "where will the Phillies finish?" The answer was "fifth place." BROWNS USING BAT TO ADVANTAGE WEST PALM BEACH--Bill Kil- efer wore a wide smile as he watched his St. Louis Browns in batting practice. The Browns, notoriously weak with the bat last season, are showing much improvement in their training. DEAN MAY LOSE HIS TONSILS BRADENTON, Flu. -- P i t c h e r Dizzy Dean is contemplating an operation for the removal of his tonsils. The tonsils, the Cardina juvenile insisted, interfere with his eating. FINNEY WORKS WITH PIRATES PASO ROBLES, Calj--Hal Finney, the young catcher from Alabama, training here with the Pittsburgh Pirates, who admits he vvouli like to be a first baseman, is getting his chance to see what he can do around the initial sack, INDIANS APPEAR STRONG FOR SEASON NEW ORLEANS--Lexv Fonseca is on hand in the best of health and out to make the Cleveland Indians' followers forget all about the retirement of First Baseman Eddie Morgan. Fonseca says there is 1 no trace left of the sickness and injury which handicapped him last year. HORNSBY IS BUSY' MAN AVALON, Cut,--Manager Rogers Hornsby of the Chicago Cubs has been so busy getting himself into shape for the National league championship campaign that he hasn't Had time to watch his rookies as closely as he would like. He is sold on Vince Barton's hitting, but doesn't know much about his fielding ability. He likes Bill Jurges.-as a fielder, but still lacks information as to his work with the bat. STANDARD OIL LEAGUE PERFECTION. Moreland 193 158 193 54-1 Hardy 125 137 123 385 Holland 108 157 160 425 Payne ; 104 135 149 388 Kern ]60 159 172 4'Jl Totals 690 746 7972233 Team average--744. ATLAS TIRES. Noltcrickc 166 309 157 432 Youmjerman . ,lir 137 178 430 Williams 133 158 HO 401 Stilweil 163 165 159 487 Otto 118 123 168 409 Totals 695 692 772 2109 Team average--720. ISO-VIS. New 158 329 126 413 Zieglcr 137 124 118 379 Roth 134 109 131 37-1 Taylor 146 139 133 413 Axel! 178 166 205 549 Totals 753 667 7132133 Team average--711. RED CROWN ETHYL. . Galbreth 160 157 146 463 Malloy 149 110 128 387 Swcnson 109 322 133 36-1 Knorr 147 145 137 420 Gamble 136 138 138 412 Totals 701 672 6822055 Team average--683. WAVERLY BEATS NASHUA, 26-24 NASHUA, Feb. 28.--Waverly defeated Nashua high school at Nashua Friday evening, 26 to 24. Nashua was leading 0 to 6 at the end of the first quarter. Waverly came back strong in the second period and closed the half leading 14 to 10. This closed Nashua's card. The team will enter the sectional tournament at Charles City next week. Mason City's Reserves Win 23-21 Victory Beat West Waterloo Reserves in Fast Playing. The Mohawk reserves defeated 'oach Meeter's West Waterloo reserves 23 to 21 in the preliminary game. The battle was close all tho way with Waterloo leading at tne end of the initial period 7 to 6, Mason City taking the honor position at the half with a score of 10 to 9 and then holding it tlmiout the final periods by scores of 20-17 and 23-21. Sorenson, with S points, was the high scoring stJr of the game. Tha Waterloo guard sank 3 field goals and 2 free throws to take tne honors. Hynds, Detra and Mitchell took the runnerup honors with 6 points apiece. Wagner and Sorenson were the liveliest of the Wahawlc seconds in the opening quarter while Detra, Fallows and Hynds worked well for Mason City. Sorenson and Hynds were the performers of the second period. Fink and Moser put in commendable appearances in the third quarter while Sampson and Mitchell did some of the scoring for Waterloo. Sorenson and Sampson for Waterloo and Fallows and Stoecker fov Mason City fought out the battle in the eloping moments. IJ SQUAD--23 FG FT 1»F Hynds, f 2 a 0 Dotm, f 3 o I Fjillows, c 2 (( 1 Fin!,-, c t 0 ^ Burns, g () ) ;{ Stoocker, g n 1 0 Moser, g 'i n 1 Totals 10 8 'A Substitutions: Clniffin for IJctra, Detrii for C h n f f i n , C h n f f l n for Hynds, Finlc for Fallows, Sloeckcr for Iturns, Fallows for Fink, Burns for Stoecker, Stoecker for Moscr. WATERLOO RESERVES--21 FO FT TEAMS TO HOLD MEET North Iowa Fives Entered in Cage Tourney at Dubuque. DUBUQUE, Feb. 28--Sixteer, Catholic high schools from Northeastern Iowa will ciash in the Co- umbia college gymnasium in a three day tournament, for the champtonship of the archdiocese of Dubuque on March 2, 3 and 4. The defending champion will hu Columbia academy of this cit" which has taken the archdiocesan title for the past two years. Tha uubuquc team also won the state Catholic championship last year. Other teams that are expected In show tip well are St. Patrick's ami St. Wenceslaus of Cedar Rapids, Sjt Mary's of Waterloo, which wr.s runnerup in last year's tournament E'nd the Holy Family high school of Mason City. The team that wins the Dubuqii" t o u r n a m e n t will be eligible to enter the state Catholic high school tournament, al.so to be heid at Columbin college. The state meet will incluo'o the four diocesan Wagno,r, f .. . .· 0 Sumpson, f 'Jt, Estel, f (I Mitchell, c 2 Young, g 0 Sorcnson, g .8 Colby, g 0 Peterson, g 0 FF (I Totals 7 7 9 Substitutions: Gordon for Wagner, Estcl for Siimpson, Sorenson for Young, Peterson for Colby, Wagner for Gordon, Snmpson for Estcl, Moore for Mitchell, Young for Peterson. Rdferce: Murray. the winners of tourneys. · The schedule of games is as follows : Monday, March 2-9-10 a. m. Columbia academy vn. Sacred Heart of Oelwein. 30-11 a. m. St. Joseph's, Elkader. vs. St. John's, Independence. 2-3 p. m. St. Wenceslaus, CJcdat Rapids, vs. Rudolpinum, Protivin. 3-4 p. m. St. Mary's Waterloo, va. St. Martin's, Cascade. 7:30 p. m. Xavier, Dyersville, vs. St. Joseph's, Farley. Tuesday, March 3-0-10 a. m. St. Patrick's, Cedar Rapids, vs. St. Joseph's, Bcllevuc. 30-1] a. m. Holy Family, Masorj City, vs. Sacred Heart. Eagle Grove. 3-4 p. m. Winner of I vs. w i n n e r of II. 4-0 p. m. Winner of III vs. winner of IV. 7-S p. m. Winner of V vs winner of VI. 8-9 p. m. Winner of VII vs. winner of VII7. Wednesday, March 4 -S-D a. m. Winner of X vs. winner of IX. 9-10 a. m. Winner of XI vs. winner of XII. S-0 p. m. Finals in class B. 5)-10 p. m. Finals in class A. Schedule for class B will be announced during the playing of first round in class A. Northside Reserves Win by 13-2 Count; Diamond Bread Victorious. For the second time this season the Holy Family five defeated the Johawks of St. Joseph--this time on the soulhside court and to the tune of 23 to 18. The Holy Family reserves also beat the Johawk reserves 13 to 2. The Diamond Bread walloped the Coca Cola five in a third game of the evening at the St. Joseph court 55 to 8. In the north-south Catholic clash Million, captain of the Johawks was high point man with 4 field goals and a pair of charity tosses to his credit. Hughes and Tracy were high for the Ho!y Family with 3 field goals apiece. Because the reserves were used in the' opening of the clash, a 12 to ! lead was piled up by the northsiders that was too great to overcome The score at the half was 18 to 6 in favor of the Holy Family. In the final half, the Holy Family succeeded in getting but 5 points while the southside five made 12 points in a wild rally at. the close. IIOT.V VAMII,V--3.1 Triirj-, f . . Hilrtr*. f '.! /IpRlor, f I t r i l i l y , c . . . Mnrpli.v, K C'nrmtl, j; Kfi . ..t for Bnuly, fill-roll. .IOIIAWK.S--IX -I. Its-u'i. "' Mullun, t Mcyom, f . . . . Lynch, c Trcl nj-uii, c ·Itm RVIIII, c .Mun'hy fur O i n l l l , Kimpi* fur lluliburtl, V t n l f c ,: .r. for Mul Ian, f,, r nynn fnr I.jnrli. . . . for .Jim nynn. I l i i h l i n r . l fur Npllicr- t f a : Thonms. Irnvn. IOI.V I-'AMII.V -- |:i lurn'r, / . Ciiltnlmn. x I'Krputrh*, c u l ^ l l l n l l i i M s : Si-liorf f u r .Murphy. l O I I A W K KK.SF.KVi:*--·· I ( ; K-l 'i-.v. ' n n ,, ""· ' ri (, ·"rlsmi. a o II ,""?· * ii n Slushy. R , ,. Caviinaiich fnr Krrllr Iliislir* fur Nrljiin. rd for C l i u l r . IfA.llO.VII I I R K A l i -- K , 1 ·iistHIn! t ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' ' . ' ' ' ' ' 1-T 1 BELMOND WINS FROM EAGLE GROVE BELMOND, Feb. 28.--Belmond high school cagers defeated Eagle Irove, 25 to 21, Friday evening. The .cams played evenly until the last few moments. Hopple was the star of the evening, nendcnt team school reserves, The Belmond inde defeated the high 18 to 12. GIANTS BEAT OCHEYEDAN INDIANS OCHEYEDAN, Feb. 28.--The Cast Ocheyedan Indians basketball team was the twenty-eighth straight victim of the Gilkerson's Union Giants by a score of 40 to 33. Buffalo .Center Wins BUFFALO CENTER, Feb. 28. Buffalo Center defeated .the Clear Lake high school here Friday night by a 12 to 11 scorn. Detroit is reforming. They arc beginning to close the spenkesies that are near schools, instead of shutting down the schools.--Dayton News. .nlcrlwtir, c .-miicHnn, c . . HrK. f ... iuhtiunl. f Tniycr, c . . TnlnK . . t SllllMllllll,,,] s: I.-iLiiiin for !run Ffi . .0 Dirk for Grc. n, l.yn,.|, IlffrriT.: T h i u i u K . I» BOWLING SCHEDULE WEEK'S SCHEDULE, MARCH 2-G Alloys 5 and fi Monday--Fnlstaff Pale vs. Champlin Refining company. Tuesday--Ideal Sand and Gravel vs. Allen cafe. Wednesday--Chnpin - O'Ncil 'Coal vs. Studebakcr Free Wheelers. Thursday--Lyons Cleaners vs Globe-Gazette. Friday--Real Silk Hosiery vs. .loe Daniels' Service. Alloys 7 and 8 Monday--Purity Bakery vs. Gallagher's Oaklnnd-Pontiacs. Tuesday--Fnktor B a k e r y vs. Decker's Towanas. Wednesday--Hermanson Brothers Dairy vs. Fireside Fuel company. Thursday--International Harvester company vs. N. W. S. P. cement office. Friday--N. W. S. P. cement plant vs. Atlas Special. LAST WEEK OF MASON' CITY LEAGUE Alloys 1 and 2 Alleys 3 and t Monday ... 8-10 Monday ...15-lfl Tuesday ...17-20 Tuesday ... 3 - 6 Wednesday.12-14 Wednesday. 5- 2 Thursday .11-13 Thursday . 1- 4 Friday 10-18 Friday '... . 7- 0 "After we were married he would work in the garden, but now he goes out to play billiards," said a woman in court. Diamonds, hearts, spades. and then clubs were trumps.--Passing Show, London. FEVER BOYS OF THEIR DAY TTPI'ER row (left to right) Frcil Dfiirmtn, third base, now in Minneapolis; C. L. Tur GOAL FIVE WINS FROM DAIRY PIN STABS iN THRE Cement Office Quintet Beats Oil Five in Two Games; Estill Makes Record. The Chapin O'Neit Coal company won three games straight from the Hermanson Brothers Dairy in Friday's bowling and the Northwestern Stales Portland Cemertt office took -wo out of three gamcx from the ^hamplin Refining company. The oil five took the final ganie with Estill WRS the star of the evening y shooting games of 236, 1!H and 236 for a GO.-! total for an average of 221, the high series shooting for the year. He won all honors of the evening and took all the prizes. The Tso Vis and Perfection teams of the Standard Oil league each won wo out of three games from t h e i r opponents. Axell was high all iround with 205 for a single and n19 'or the series. Ziegler of the Iso Vis five got a Big Four split on tie first ball and picked it up on the second. HERMANSON BROS. DAIRY iCaman -iermanson Strom Roberts ... Abbott handicap .. Totals . .. .160 .130 119 .110 M7 .100 12-1 .157 183 . 72 102 .768 837 437 407 447 125 158 151 150 1H4 54-1 102 2715 880 2485 CHAPIN O'NKIL COAL CO. 520 Ofll 50(5 ·1117 ·Mfi 120 Brown 165 387 .168 Hicks 302 2H 185 rfcLaughlin IS6 135 185 O'Ncil :iao 150 100 Schradcr 156 13-1 155 fandicnp 42 42 42 Totals 871 862 93-1 2667 CHAMPLIN" REFINING :ill 187 187 200 still 23S i n t 236 ·arker 150 184 206 Valdron 151 161 163 Bender 177 214 J72 Handicap 34 3-1 34 Totals 929 540 475 557 1 02 971 1011 2911 N. W. ST. P. CEMENT OFFICE F. Pirkl Hanson .. Leonard . . Humphrey Brakel .. . Handicap . Totals . . ...177 ...166 ...176 ...190 ...159 ...67 ...935 115 222 152 200 210 67 986 175 J55 141 15)2 162 67 ·197 5-K5 472 582 531 201 895 2826 GIRLS TOURNEY |N SEMIFINALS ALLISON, Feb. 28.--Apiingtou defeated Dumont in the opening game of the Butler county girls' tournament being held here over the week-end with a 52 to 8 total. The score was 23 to 6 at the h a l f . Allison was scheduled to play Aplinglon Saturday. Starhuck of Grlnncll was the referee. Greene defeated Pnrker.sbtirg 33 to 15 Friday night and Shell Rock defeated New Hartford 39 to 17. Spring is here--the signs am sure--the big league clubs Iiiivo gone south! And from out of the dim dusty cobwebs of the past, comes this photo of a. (cum of fire quenchers of 27 yours ago. Th« Norn Springs Fire company, bucket brigade, or whatever the proper term was for the mm who fouglit flamos in Unit dnciidc, is Hie reason for Ibis romantic appearing group of ball stars (bat thrilled the small fry of Nora Springs In the drama of baseball in IO(M. Tho the nine did not develop a Until, Cobl) or MiithcxvNon tho (cam did win its share of tournament games bold in n circuit (hat included RocUfnnl, Marble Rock, Clarlisville, Greene and Nora Springs. The playors formed tlie fin- company at Nora Springs for that season and all of (he men worltcil In stores in Nora Springs. Of (he team, three players, F. W. Unker, ,1. W. Wilson 'and F. W. Schmidt still belong to the fire company. CHARLES CITY DEFEATS QSME Closes Pre-Tournament Year With 20 to 15 Tilt on Home Floor. CHARLES CITY, Feb. 28.--Tn its la.st prc-tournament conference game, Charles City lost night defeated Osage 20 to 15 and remained m a tie with Waukon for the northeastern Iowa conference championship. r Altho Osage in its last two games had shown improved form, the visitors were able to make hut six baskets during the game. Charles City was little better, however, making b u t 8 and missing enough close chances to have doubled the score with ordinary form. Dugan for the locals turned in 7 points, Waile 6 and Lewis in the few minutes he wan in the game made two baskets. Stearns, Osage center accounted for 7 points with three bnskets and a free throw. CHARLES CITY--SO FG FT PF Clammer, f . .. Glaw, f I-nfIt, f Dugan, c 2 Lewis, (; !! .2 Gifford, g n Walte, g 3 Totals OSAGE--15 F. tvtit, f . .. Morli, f ... Strums, ; ... Totals FO FT IT . .1 . .1 . .S . .0 ..0 . .1 fi 3 9 Score, nt end of first h a l f , 13 (o ·!; ·it close 20 to 15. Referee, VVhltfonl, Cedar Fulls. OTTUMWA--Jake Hupntxingcr, Turlington, defeated Young Parker, Des Moines, (6). Frankie Vivian, Ottumwa, knocked out Norman Jackson, DCS Moines, ( 3 ) . Boxing Solons of New York Investigate Bout and Hold Up Purses. By HERBERT W. B A R K E R NKW YORK, Feb. 28. (/!·--One of the few really spectacular battles Madison Rcjuare garden has seen this indoor season was under Investigation by the New York State Athletic commission today. The boxing polons cocked a somewhat suspicious eye in the garden list night as Billy Petrolic floored ins arch-rival, Henry Tntllo, otherwise Xing Tut, three times before knocking him out in the f o u r t h round of their ton round r e t u r n Hcrap. When it. w«s all over Commissioner John J. Phehin ordered the piit-.se.s- of both fighters held up pending an i n q u i r y . Tut had knocked out Petrolic in 3-1 seconds of the first round in their recent meetintr at St. Paul. fa J.s Valient at Hfwpllal Tut himself wns a patient in the Polyclmlc hospital. Friends said lie had suffered an attack of appendicitis and that, an operation might be necessary. Not to be caught napping- twice m a row, Petrolic fought cautiously thru the first round which went to Tut by a wide margin. But. Petrolic begun to gain confidence in the .second Midway in this session, Billy anded one fairly heavy clout on the king s head and he bounced to the canvas and stayed thero JV,r nine. Petrolic hammered the Minneapolis slugger all over the ring in the third rollm , Jind Ule I t j itl!o resistance. Questluit Light Blow. Ihe fourth round had just opened when the blow that possibly led to the commission's action was delivered. Petrolic, who had punched Jimmy McLarnin into virtual helplessness with his left hooks started one from the floor that barclv grazed Tut's chin. Thc.king. absent mindcdly, perhaps, sat down and took a count of nine. When he aro.se, Petrolic flailed , - -- bi l.f Jii; J Hll J t-[ I h)m with one left after another and finally the Minneapolis blond went down and stayed there. Petrolic weighed 330, Tut 141'/.. FACULTY LOSES ~~ AT EAGLE GROVE KAGLR GROVE, Feb. 2 8 -- \ pickup team of local men defeated , = _ basketball the f a c u l t y here in game 4 1 t o .| 8 . Tho wrcstlint; bou- belwecn Uoy .larrard and Kenneth" Comxtock, was decided in favor of Jarrard by a fall. HAVFHCLI BEATS ' V'E.VTUKA .J2-JO HAYFII3LD. hb. 28.--Hay field high school bent. V e n t u r a 42-40 In Jm o v e r t i m e game. The score was 36 all at the end of the regular playing t i m e . Geddes was high for HayfielcJ w i t h 18 points. Goodllng- was high for Ventura with 12 points. WAHAWK QUINTET SWEPT AWAY IN OPENING PERIOD Cordle, Grelk Divide Points at Basket; Mason City Reserves Win. ! TL never rains but it pours ami so help us, Mohnwlts, the Mason City high school bnskeleers wound up Hie '30-'31. schedulect -season Friday evening by trouncing West Waterloo -10 to 23 in one of the soundest: beatings administered a foe on the) local hardwood court this season West High has lost nut 3 gamea and Mason City is victor of 2 oC them. From the first whistle the Mo. hawks were hot. The Indian band piled up a 10 to 3 lead in the initial quarter; carried, the game 21 to 7 nt the half and closed with a score) of 40-23. Waterloo Gofs a Break-. West High ran hot in the third quarter however and picked up a, trailing score of 21 to 7 to bring Iho count to- a, 25 to 19 ratio at tha three-quarter mark. Aside from this spurt at Uio opening- of the second half, the Mohawks outplayed the- invaders in every phase of the clash. Cordle, tho diminutive flash that, can almost cnll his shots with tho accuracy of a veteran cue artist, sank six field goals in the opening; half. Grelk duplicated Iho fcut in the final hair whilo Cordlo nursed the goose egg. The pair rated tho high scoring honors for the evening white Billmnn and Graham vied for honors in the runnerup division with ·! field goals apiece. Get a Big Lend. To prove thero is no reason In basketball, tho running account shows how fortunes of the clash progreuKed. Billman opened formalities by slipping in a field goal nt: the tip-off. Cordle placed a pair of long- shots and Sviter traveled under the basket for one. Graham pushed in one off t.ho basket's rim and. F-'.igg B°t n. free throw on Billman. Cordle completed another long tosa to close the quarter with Mason City lending the giants 10 to 3. Cordle ant! Grelk went strong- in the second period with Cordle sending- in a "loop-thc-loop" shot that tested all edges of the rim and. bank-hoard as the sensation of tho season. Rugg- and Blllmiui each tallied double marhcrs and Illian tossed tn a ringer and the halC ended with Mason Cit,y..3ca.:Jlrj B -2j; Queen Is Introduced. At this point in the game Kath- Jeen Glass was Introduced and crowned "Queen of Basketball and impress of the Senior Class, etc " The cheer leaders wheeled her about the court in a pageant of beauty anil splendor atop a gloriously decorated float. With tho opening of the second liciir, Coach Strowbridgc'a cagcrs came back .strong to mark up 18 points for the quarter. Billman and Grelk were the only Mohawks to .score during: the period while Jllian Cnmp and Kugg scored from tho court, and Graham closed the period m a flash of basket shooting- by sinking three field goals in succession. in tlio Grclk WJI.H the hot shot ... .,,,, final quarter with four field goals G u m p made good on field gotilb and while Rug-g, Billman, Sutcr and free shots. MASON CIT.V-.lt) S u t n r , r f. 'huff In, f ...... " Cordle, f Grelk, 11 Killnmii, g ....... Parrott, g ........ F(i FT ]F ...] ! ! !o Totals ............. j i ) ; ^5 S u b s t i t u t i o n s : r j l m f f i n for Sutcr. WEST WATERLOO-- 2S (inilmm, r Hohiirlc, f Kugg, f ... Illian, i: Kloslcr, |* . ftvel, |f . .0 ..0 FT 0 0 0 0 0 I Totals S n m l J t i r ( i n r i K : Ncliurk for Gnt- ham, Graham for Schuck, Evcl for Klosl«r, Klo.stcr for Eve I. Referee: Flnltiyunn, loxva. FIGHT RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK - Billy Petrolic, I-argo, N. Dak., knocked out. King l u t , Minneapolis, (4). Eddie Ran Poland, stopped Billy Light, SU D A Y T O N A BEACH, Fla -Sammy Mandell, Rockford I I I , knocked out Dick Gore, Jacksonville, Fla., ( 4 ) . , , , F u I I C A G O -- Baxter Calmcs, Wichita, Kans., k n o c k e d - o u t Eddie- Anderson, Detroit, ( 2 ) . ST. PAUL--Norman Brown. Chicago, defeated Frank Battaglia, Winnipeg. Man., f o u l (4) KAN FRANCISCO -- "Battling" Doxier, Wichita, Kans.. outpointed Andy Divodi, New York, (10). CLINTON--Left. Alartlov. Mojine, knocked but "Hard Oil" Lehr, Waterloo, ( 1 ) . Harvey Cnrothers, Mo- linc, defeated Joe Doll, Savannah, 111., f 8 i . C E D A R R A P I D S -- Bobby O'Dowd, Cedar Rapids, defeated Bud Dempsey. Molino. ( S ) . .loo River:;. Cedar Rapids, defeated Lew iVnderson, Moline, (8).

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