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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

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BRITT IOWA'S TEAMS IN WEEK'S. PROGRAM Drake, Iowa, Central Busy in Heavy Closing Schedule. THIS WEEK. Monday. Jmvii at Northwestern. ' Ohlnliorihi A. and M. ; Bucim Vista. :tt Upper Town. ,, Tuesday. Drake at Tulsn university. Control at Western Union M, Ambrose ut Duumine CHARLES CI IN BASEBALL TRAINING CAMPS ~ ' ~ " --'. ----.--_ THE ASSOniATU-n UTJI..OO . ~ St. Olaf at Luther. Wednesday. Drake at Wushlmrn. Upper Iowa at LaCrosse. Iowa. Wcsloyan at Parsons. Simpson at Penn. ^ Friday. GrimicU ut Creighton. lupon at Cornell. , Columbia at Lutlicr. * cnn at St. Ambrose. Saturduy. Iowa ut Purdue. Dubuque university a t u e i oit . By THK ASSOCIATED PKESS hail \« th !' QC Iowa coll °ge basketball teams this week will wind up their seasons in the final burst of the cage sport before giving- way track and baseball. Of the IS Bam»- sPv'n? ?'' Dgram ' two ^ams figure S ere °^ a ' the : contests and several oth for the week. dweTonCenfral'slinaM-oad^trip'''" two game invasion of northwestern iowa where the titlebound Du en" vSaTt 6 ^ ledU T CCl , t0 tackie Bueua vista at Storm Lake Monday an 1 Western Union at LeMars Tuesday Drake Has Busy Week. fa ,P'n ke - p ? nn and St. Ambrose lace the busiest week. The Bulldog were carded to tackle Oklahoma A ana M. at Stillwater Monday ni-ht in their final Missouri Valley'con- ference game; Tulsa university at Tulsa- .Tuesday and Washburn col icge at Topeka, Kans., Wednesday St. Ambrose splits its week's activities The Saints invade Dubucme the first part of the week, playing Columbia Monday and Dubuque university Tuesday. They wind up the week and tho season against Penn at Davenport Friday. The Quakers .also.meet.Upper Iowa at Fayette adav. and Rrmrwnr, ^ Qskaloosa eu-UTA"' ASSOCIATED PRESS SHANO COLLINS' SPIRITS RAISED PENSACOLA, Fla'.--Ma n a g e r Snano Collins is feeling pretty "ootl about the pitching O f St hree of" h Red Sox youngsters. Young Jei Bnllheart, brother of Jim, t southpaw, didn't allow a hit in t three innings he spent in the b and Bobby Kline, the 230-pound 2 venr-nM hTM, a ii owe(] t h r e e hits -- .hat was the and end. ROBINSON REGULATES GOLF HOURS FOR HIS MEN CLEARWATER, Fla. -- Wilbe Robinson promulgates no orde regarding: golf playing by h Brooklyn Robins but uses a system entirely his. own. He's arranged schedule whereby he accounts fo hou'rs ° f h ' 3 p]ayers ' da yligh 'If these lads can ,. um any urn - - - golf after I get thru with them he says, "they're welcome to it " ONSLOW, WAJVTS HIS PITCHERS READY WINTER HAVEN, Fla.-Jacl pnslow, coach of the Phillies, want to have three pitchers ready to go nine innings about two weeks bn fore the baseball season opens. : J-JJUt was Bill McKBchnie's nolirv at Pittsburgh," he said, "and he results." · CHAMPS READY TO START PRACTICE FORT MEYERS, Fla.-Infielders -!,,,, ,,,,,, Williams, and Outfielder D^-F TT', 01 ' re P° rt ed for duty at the Philadelphia Athletics' training got e c s training camp and the champions are about BABE RUTH GIVES UP HIS .GAME OF GOLF ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.--Flor. will see little or ida's golf, courses year'" 5 ° f Babe RuLh "" n t"" next Regretfully the Babe has laid as.de putter and mashie and nre pared to get himself in shape P fo r the coming American league i ' pionship. Spring training- for Kew York Yankees began officially Mon- only one ot the New York Giants ir ,i C missin E: from camp after Monday Pitcher Hub Pruett hes Une a IOaVC Of abscnce u n t i l m order to complete his mecli ^»« in St. Louis. AL'S PITCHERS NOW ACCOUNTED FOJl nnBRAD ENTON, Fla.-lnfielders ancl outfielders, except Frankio I-mch and Chick Hafey, -who are holding out, were due to reach the T a n train ing camp here Mon- U l i _TILTL^O_JPRT DODGE £ETTE SPORTS ~^ mm c »^ MARCH 2 B» ing! ·· -- _ , TITI C ni mnurn RTS IjARrTcAGrTTrTLE PIRATES AND YANNIGANS TO BEGIN SERIES PASO ROBLES, . Cal--Pirate regulars and yannigans will begin their camp series of ball games n? x t Saturday, unless something turns up to retard training progress, Man- Monday. STIFF SCHEDULE TAMPA, Pla.-Stiff workouts, "scheduled for as long as the ath- otes can stand, are on this week's menu for the Cincinuati Reels with practically the entire squad on Duplicate Trophies to Awarded Victorious Teams. CONFERENCE STANDING Ghurlcs City »'' o ' ''''-'- 1S ' ^ Waukon (j o 4 H JUNIOR COLLEG TITLE CLINCHED BY 42-31 SCORE Jenson, Bartik Are Stars o Final Game of Tourney at Emmetsburg. . EMMETSBURG, March 2~p] av . "iff m the finals of the Nortlrweafi Junior College basketball towna. mont here Saturday night, the Port JJodrre team, .showing n- '-· · conaiderable more Decornli Wn;;t Ui:.:on Dsii-fts Nashua Pot. 1.000 1.000 .300 .100 .838 -Theumv^ty^-^v^^^ to the road this week. Monday'nijriit they wei-e scheduled to enter th- lair of Northvvestern's Wildcats at Evanston and Saturday tackle Purdue a t Lafayette. The Boilermakers are one of the Hawkeyes' two'con- ference victims this season Wisconsin falling in the other Old Golu triumph. The Purdue game does not wmci up the season, however, as thr Hawkeyes must face Notre Dame at Iowa City March 14. Luther's strong- team, altho eliminated from the Iowa conference title scrap, will use its two games this week as preparation lor th-storming of Central's unchallenged posiuon in a game at Pclla March 9. The Norsemen tackle St. Olaf at -Decorah Tuesday night and Columbia at Decorah Friday. Upper Iowa Faces a Game. In other Wednesday nig-ht encounters, Upper Iowa meets Lacrosse State Teachers at LaCrosse and Iowa Wesleyan and Parson- NDIANS START VORK ON D I A M O N D ' NEW ORLEANS--The crack of ats joined the thud of pitched balls s the entire 1 squad of the Cleve- -ind Indians was due on the dia- ,mond Monday with two exceptions Larl Averill, who signed late will ot report until Wednesday and ddie Morgan, who maintains he eans Ins retirement, is believed oneymooning in Mexico OJSNSBV SCANS ROSPECTS FOR YEAK AVALON, Cal.--Manager Rogers omsby began to look over Lhe Jicago Cubs with the idea of sep- ating; those who can, from those 10 cannot. Hornsby's plans for the ason call for 11 pitchers, 0 outfielders, six infielders arid three catchers. A nine-inning game Sun- clay resulted in a G to 4 victory for the regulars over the irregulars ·J25 132 1-10 K!) las 113 t --,, ., , ,,?i7tr 17, 1 ) Ci-cseii 3 H 30() '' CHARLES CITY. U^ ,_ Charles 'City and Waukon havmsr completed their conference sJlaw!1 ^ untiefeateU will share the 1931 N o r h c a s t Iowa championship «ccwe duplicate triples P The Waukon team in addition won all of its non-conference games and is S a'' t0 e " tcr tlle slate toiuna- teams in the state. In conference competition the two teams won their games by almost exactly the - iu an offensive avera-e' of points, to'Charles City's -l and Charles City's defensive average WHK 161-9 to Waukon's 16".'. leaving- the average margin of vie- Wisconsin to Be Host 1° Western Conference 'Track, Field Stars Entered m Annual Indoor Meet in -New Field House. CHICAGO, ockf orcl's Midget Five ·rs ·s Floyd County Tour- 'ney in Dope Upset. ' i . Occ °TMl' m third place boasted the best defensive team in the league Opponents . averaged only 141/. points a game against the Vikings who led the league lust'year West Umon sot off to ja. bad start, losin- the first three games, but winning iJie Jast two to pull into fourth place. Competition in the league was ex- ceptionaliy keen. The winners were but little stronger than the teams that finished at the bottom of the list and more consistent play was the.dooiding- factor in the race An unusual number of teams evened an early season defeat by winning a later victory. West Union and New Hampton evened the scores with Crosco. Osage turned the tables on New Hampton and Nashua after losing to these terms at Osarfc and New Hampton,, on rued a tie "in the Unckasaw dual by evening its first conference- defeat aC Nashua'* llil-.Kls. SAMMY GRAY EXPECTS vvas the deciding "factor in" i hc . game. In the second each side collected ., - -- the half 24 tn i/t the third quarter' each the last « got 9 points to^loTBruV. in .!,,, , « i » i _ , [ S ^ f o n v ^ a . was hot )"-...,, fair. Ba'rtik, The i^OKT DODGE 12 "erkins, f 'cnson, f ... Sirkott, f . ..."'.'.'.'.' ursons, o . ' Vouvor, n . IcKenzie, s Bartik, t - ·n ·-_. _ _ · · · · · , · · · · ' · « , O . Hondrfchs, Clarke, « Pearce, Tolats Bragdon, l«Ma St. Nineteen I5y JACK SOKUS Central Press Sports Artist /l March 2. -..' track an to Madison, Wis F, nd .lump in the twenty- indoor champio --..n's new field house the uti^f 3 ' wil! be t ief«idin«r t' rep e °at. bUt ' are no kind of »- » r " n , nnual comeback. _ Winning: 20 games in 1935 and · 1 "SS,,"S'«. "»"."' ""'«' in l!)2g'--Gray SK^^L-*as4HB.-«-- his own i,,i.v those defeats. on In +»,,, rr . U B*» Wirtl tnO and with make a i Grinnell and Creighton ciose tho Missouri Valley season at Omaha Friday night. The contest will give ti 10 rin nCC '' S , a . chance t° Pull up to the ,000 mark in the Valley percent age column with four victories an-! four defeats. On the same evenin-* Kipon and Cornell are billed for th? Alidwest conference season finale at ivlount Vernon. The Saturday schedule is one of the lightest in several weeks Besides Lhe Iowa-Purdue fracas Du- buquc university meets Beloit at Beloit, Wis. Wisconsin I tain Bill rter-milci will on depend ' who" on Cap BIO SIX STANDINGS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Op p. W L Pet Pts Pts 7 3 .TOO 326 252 G Team-Kansas (X) Nebraska (X) Kansas Aggies Missouri (X) Iowa State (X] Oklahoma .600 325 313 .555 274 273 .500 236 2-12 6 .400 277 279 7 .222 212 291 X--Designates no more games to play. _ »,, 1 11 ^ j a.^) I . rom one side to thi 3, Rockford --- back in a v / a n d sank several bask_ the score Rtidd 9, Rockford" The Rudd quintet showed brilliant ?n"°T a "t e 1 Cfipti0n ! 11 defc ^e U^r- mg the third period, holdin- the ingfpoiX 00 : foul shot -^ T; ptvs^^'^-r wwstle ^ 1S - 2 ° al t h c "°"i Rudd was doped to win by many fans smce the Midgets had haH tussle with Colweil i n the af S 0 ^^? -- -- ^ did :4S.9 in a y ; Sammy Behr I cihnwT"! ·'" " JU Hhot Pu't; Ted -on ^mi' S 'iJ--- ll , lmp cllam P io ". Thomn 1 and Kirk a capable .set of | two-mile^ W " Sht ami Cartrisht. Michigan's bets an Play to Start Thursday in Mason City Tourney; Pafrings Set Iowa high Hdinol cagcrs will i 3eEm their queat for a .state title this week when 42 sectional to,,,, a- ment.s will s - c t under way. Mason City is scheduled to hold one of '"'" 1 " 10 " 1 " am] Killefer Pl^n^o^o^nze 1 His Coming Year Johawks and Swaledale to Clash Again Return Game Carded for ·--'rrmi»- j ""i-*(f l |ift l 'fr Br -f BOYD BOWLING CO. _2Qi/,-81i/, ICiiat State «OCKKOK BiiUy, f fllag-ilton, f Galvin, f . Virmier, c Wilson, g Mitchell, K ·Stnclicn,', g- Totals ttl/DD -- J.8 fllutlicr.s, f Ell, f Urandiiu, c 2(I FT ;«^~^y^^ ^C moro Woi e f P8: l° J ", U1C l ^TM"»: A l m r m ivoire. a veteran miler; and ,,,. -. a luarter-milev. f e n d W S l r h a a L C C S e nl«an, de- lending champion in the hm-nir ^^S^ u ^^ ^ f -? d WM rJ ss;^ ^st^^ lc ^ W K himself., unless Henry Canby o r wS-^v P -'' OVCH - ' Th ? I l l i n i ^lTM have sov ln ^| 1C m i] e Hamoden in C-i n tn'i"n"T ; r ' F " r " 1!i '" the shot and captain James Cave in the dashes. Sop-iomnre.s Aid Ohio pair of sophomores head Ohio siii'S"'"-"^'TMs .? a ' f £ t k wi . t "9?«J°n. a men W h e n play starts Thursday such teams as Manly, Northwood dear ft; 1 '^ Darner Plymouth, Kensett ,,,V, e |i!'o will be on the warpath J h c pairings are as follows: Class 1} Cliapin vs. Hayfickl. Kenselt v.s. Bye. ' Fertile vs. Klemmc Plymouth v.s. Bye. Geneva v.s. Rock Kails. Graf ton vn. Sheffield Hanlontown vs. Swaledale. Hiinscll vs. Ventura. Class A. Clear Lake vs. Nora Springs- Garner vs. Northwood. ' Manly vs. Rockford. Mason City vs. St. Ansgar. FG c and Chicago, have , ATLANTIC OALK | STABLED AT DECORAH Intends to Introduce "Pony Infield" of Wichita Fads Club. EDITOR'S NOTK: This is tho first i( a series mi major lean · liaschall prospects. * By ALAN GOULD WEST PALM BEACH March 2. (/T)_Tho. alog.-m of St. Loui.s Browns this year is with the old; on with thc new includes the baseball, nt least nair the infield, a portion of the outfield and the general structure of the _ Keen and kindly Bill Killefer one- t i m e battery-mate of C rover Cleveland Alexander, is still manager parting his fifth term, hut he has launched a radical program of ,;construction, designed to pull the Brownies out of the rut. To 'Introduce "Pony mnulil.- ,,.?,"'* P'ogram'K chief feature is Killefer .s attempt to introduce into major league company at least half and possibly three-fourths of th" pony infield" that performed record-broahlng: defensive tricks for th« Wichita Pails club of the Texr,s league last year. Plucked from scattered point; kept under cover and drilled for taster company at thc Browns' farm cne trip up for the big test now arc Shortstop Jim Levy, rangy Jewish irtcl obtained from the Quanllco marines; First Baseman Irvin , Irish boy from New Eng -_, Second Baseman Lin Storti Italian product of west Texas The.fourth member of the quartet that set a flock of double piny rcc- o els m the fast Texas league in- cluclmsr seven in one ganfe i K Larry Bettencourt, former St banTf ""-A^w'oan 'center, 4o batted .320 and hit -13 homers with Wichita Falls last season. ... fj tcu '' lrt: Acn of Pitchers. Wnlly Stewart, slim southpaw who won 20 games and lost 12 wft a second division outfit last seaso s the ace of the pitchers. The cran Sam Gray, after a hard luc season, reported with the rookies t ImM n a Comc - hac1 ^ Ooorgo Blai J older, a protracted holdout a yea 'go, is in the fold. The staff ha other aoasoncd p ct . fo . mcrs . D Coffman, Warren Collins, Cha Kimsey and "Lena" Stiles tn? 1 ?", 1 f f f h e b °y s are Picking u mrf'1 · M St '" S m i l c d Ki'lcfcr. "Yo can do the same thing without h u r t '"fir our feelings. We are mi n experiments. W o have better rr. -serve stmngth. If the infield shape up and we get more punch to hck :]". . nnd Kr css, the Browns will be their way up." LEAGUE STANDINGS Plln R c f l n l n R norr ' Bnkcry vs. r.;a ' »tl nllcys 7 nntl a r i c at 7;« o'clock. St. Joseph Gymnasium. Lawrence ICohJer Don Bittorf Deland Kelroy ."." Jack Edwards ..'[ Class. ri,,^ 1 £ ll ?r n ,. gama WI ' th the Swale- uaie catholic basketball team is Kchcduled for the Johawks at the ..Joseph gymnasium here Tuesday evening. Jn the early SQaS on defeated the local to 4 on the S has V Catholic five . Hngo Clemens Ed. Bittorf Carson Taylor Earl Pladdness ' Oliver MerriLt . Pound Class 4QO ....·139 4SG 462 388 319 ..273 was scheduled ed -- . Basketball Summaries OS Bill Wagner . Harold Thompson" Harold Lcesc Robert Smith ..'." George Compstock' " 80 1'ouiul Dan Allen Jack Gunion ".'.'.'. Leroy Overland ,." A'ibert Case '.'.'.'.'.'.'" Officials: Willard Strom* Carroll, George Baird, BMI Woodrow Shcrrin, Bcnowitz. 345 3-10 238 237 177 ...385 ...370 ...296 Jesso Mut- · Jini L I Rock M March 2.--The ntic Gale, has been b and stabled at (ho Fireside Fuel Co. i^r~';^-;- c ffi:^- c,-orl · m i! irf?',"""' '"'''"'· record, oiit i«TM«K«pK ia±^T M i; orlc A - c - i o 1 3 - · r\vo m i l e run--Wnii hv \vr'r, i,t / i t r v I r. B ht t W - . r c o n d , WnU^!;'^;.-^;,!: n^S^^^ ''Ssr^v'''''--'-^:-- \®i*Xl'l^ M.WW Isgr^^-r^^r^s: I'air Performs Snn.satlonally. , :asa r t^nZ C ! ^7 hyc early S^tH - -wwi»-drilling well at sec I oncl but faces keen competition from the Veteran Oscar Mellilo, representing with the regulars this week. W i t h Levy at short, Killefer ' Oiiktanil PonUucn Sanil and Criivef - impiiny .. r l-'nlstnff mio r '. Roller's loWnnAi Frtktor Bakery ' . . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . " f , p a n y K com ' r · A l l e n Ciifc '.' ^' J"c Daniels' Service'."';; · i.ynns' Clcnnera .... -, JIarvesler .TI7 · l«R .60S ·^t llFuiip I--IRST 28 .4S1 Go.slin. 'Ki'llefcr^ expects Fred Schulte probably will hold I down ccnteriicld h u t he wl h7 ' l» hnttle Earl McNeely p c best looking- prospect for i h n r » '·I 17 SI Hanacll 32, Jb ows ,, Han,c,l ,,,. ,,£"!«· "p Hampton 33 Ccnovi 17 Chaprn 22, Alexander 9.' T10VS , n * y 2 8 . n.TM!, 1101 Hampton 28, Shcfflciii S ROUND r r A r . R O I I Hamplon 37, Alexander R " ulJlN CONSor.ATJON -..'ipln 21, riowan 4^,' Humplon is, l l n n s e l l 12 C O N S O L A T I O N

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