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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 13 · 1937 WINE M. C. CAGERS STOP EAST, MARSHALLTOWN Tourneys Set for Top Test North Iowa Teams Play Title Scraps When Tussles End. WORTH COUNTY MEET At Northwood FRIDAY GAMES Second Hound. Ktnselt 2:t; F e r t i l e ID. llanlontown 2'-; Nortliwood 20. WINNEBAGO MEET At Thompson I'RIHAV GAIIE.S Class A--first H o u i i i l . l.^K*- W i l l i s :iiu T h o m i i s o i i I I . P u r l o i n C e n t e r Ml I n r e s t Cily I S . PALO ALTO MKET AI EmmctsburK KltlO.AY RAMES S e c n n d Itnuml. C m m e l s b n r £ (reacrve*) :!6; G r a i f t r I S . .TvRcImin t',; Ayrshire I f . Curlew S3; C y l i n d e r :.^. MITCHELL COUNTY MEET At St. Ansgar FRIDAY GAMKS First Rqllntl. O l r a n l o 33; hiltlc Cedar 11. Second R o u n d . St. A t i s e a r ~':J: Osace 1C. Subcon.solatinTi. Carpenter 28; jllilchell J':. Four North Iowa county tournaments headed into their final rounds Saturday, with semifinal and championship contests facing remaining entrants after Friday night's games. Kensett and Hanlontown advanced to Worth county's championship game at Northwood, when Rothamel paced the Kensett team to a 23 to IS victory over Fertile, and Hanlontown nosed out Northwood, "i'i to 20. Rothamel scored seven points, while Jones was high man for Fertile with eight. Hanlontown won in spite of Ted Nelson's 12 counters for the Vikings, while Kaasa was collecting eight points. Crowds were turned away from the door as a jammed house saw Buffalo Center defeat Forest City in the Class A Winnebago county' tournament at Thompson, 25 to ·18. The home cagers lost to Lake Mills, 30 to 14. Emmetsburg's. reserves beat Graettinger, 26 to 15, Rodman won from Ayrshire 47 to 18, and Curlew defeated Cylinder, 33 to '12, second round games at the Palo Alto county meet. At St. Ansgar, site o£ the Mitchell county tournament, Otranlo completed the first round by beating Little Cedar 23 to 14, while St. Ansgar moved through the second round with a 23 to 16 win over Osage." The subconsolation tournament got under way as Carpenter defeated Mitchell 28 to J2. PREPS GET WIN WITH TOP TEAM OF COURT LOOP Star Contest of Season Is First Loss for Trojans in Big Four Record. Home Folks Happy M A S O N CITY--;5 K; IT I'TM IM' M c l v e n / . y f .. n n n n ti n VVall.irr ; ... II :l I I II 7 G o r m a n r . . . ! · ! . 1 II 'I ^ R IV. \Vnri\ i . H n n n ·* ' fi I ' l c t c h r r j; .. !· I n 3 '^ 2 O. IVond g .. II II II n if ft TOTALS I! I'J t .- 8 'jr W A T I i U L O O KAST--17 Shols J"G FT KT.U PP F t f . H c a t h c r t o u Mli 4 i \ 2 Jn S u i t e r r I n n ·· n n Spears f 4 II II (1 n u GoehriE c ... Ifi .1 n o :! K Close IT II n I I I l l l a r l m a n g .. I II II I | 1 A l t h o u s e s .- 3 II l n o 0 T O T A L S M 7 X S ( Score by quarter. 1 *: M A S O N CITY . It 12 'ill W A T E R L O O HAST 'i n 11 lleleret: Clyde K l n j r ( G r l n n e t l ) . By AL iMITCHELL Globe-Gazette Snorts Editor A victory-starved Mason City high school basketball team that Wouldn't be beaten made a lull house of home folks happy Friday night by doing a stunt thai no othoi- Big Four conference outfil had done before--polishing -of! Waterloo Enst high school, previously unbeaten league leaders, by 25 to 17. The Mohawks, with their squad back to normal strength again, elicited as they never have before this season. There wasn't a single fault to find with Mason City's at- lowa Wrestlers Win Over Wildcat Squad EVANSTON, (UP)--North western's wrestling team, minus the services oE five regulars, lost its first conference meet of the season to a strong Iowa squad Friday, 29 to 3. The short handed Wildcats dropped the first match by forfeit, and were able to score their only victory in the 155 pound class. Charlie King won this match from Morris Matthews by a 5:10 decision. Braddock Bout for Charity Goes Later NEW YORK, (UP)--The hippodrome announced Saturday that Monday night's scheduled charity boxing show, featuring Heavyweight Champion James J. Braddock, has been postponed until late March to assure larger proceeds for the charity. Braddock, who is donating his services, is expected to spar four rounds each with two opponents on (lie March dale, which will be selected later. Greene Loses Scrap to County Opponents CLARKSVILLB -- Clarksville won a doubleheader basketball program from Greene Friday night, t h e v a r s i t y t r i p p i n g Greene's first stringers 31 to 15 and the Clarksville reserves 32 to 24. New Hartford Wins From Dumont 23-14 NEW HARTFORD--New Hartford defeated Dumont on the homo court 23 to 14 Friday night. INDEPENDENT TOURNAMENT Y . M» C. TONIGHT Four Games Start at 1 P. M. Season Ticket $1.25 Single Admission 40c -- 25c Plus Tox BIG FOUR STANDINGS W L Pet. Waterloo East 4 1 .800 Waterloo West 4 1 .800 MASON CITY 2 3 .400 Fort Dodge 0 5 .000 Mason City pushed itself into second place in the Biff Four iMmfcrcnuc by winning from East high Friday night, but diet Waterloo a 1 favor by openingr first place fo Waterloo West. Fort Dddffc, nosed oul by East liiffli, 33 lo 31, last week, was beaten by West high, 36 lo 34, as Lynn Schrock poked in a. basket in the last seconds on 'Friday.' How Mohawks Beat Orange Pats, Marians to Invade Local Courts for Scraps ohawks Take on Patnck*Emmetsburg Five Set to Here's Jack Wallace, hands clamped arounfl a high rebound, as he climbs up after the ball in Friday night's Mohawk victory over Waterloo East. Edgar Suiter, Trojan forward, Howard Gorman, Bill Close. Orange giiaril, and Unbn Gnelirif, Waterloo East center, arc also in the scrap. (Lock Fhoto, Kaycnay Engraving) tack or defense--not when every starter that Coacii J, A. "Judge" Grimsley sent on the court broke into the scoring for at least a pair of points, and when East high was confined to hurried long shots for most of the ball game. Howard Gorman used his height to the best advantage Friday night to top the Mason City scoring with eight points, while Everett Fletcher played a great game at guard, shaded only by Wayne Wood's fighting defense. It was one o£ the best performances that Wood has turned in as a high school eager. Jack Wallace, returned to the squad after a Tuesday night layoff, reached a new high on offense to count seven points. Wallace Starts Scoring-. Wallace's push-in basket from close range opened the contest, and Gorman whipped 3. pass in to Wood that left him wide open for another setup before East high took a shot. Gorman spun around, anchored himself to the court, plopped a flat shot oft the backboard to give Hie Mohawks a 0 to 0 edge, and Enst high called for a time out period. Ken Healhcrlon collected a free throw on Everett Fletcher's foul for the first Trojan point, and scoreless minutes dragged by until Bill Close shoved in another free throw, attcr Gorman had slapped him around under the basket. Leland Hutf missed a wide open chance, and Fletcher failed on two free throws as the Mohawk attack stalled. AVood started the fire again when he took Huff's cut of bounds pass on a "broad jump" under the backboard and tipped the ball back nnd in. Mohawks Load 8-2. The quarter ended seconds later, with the Mohawks in front by 8 to 2. Wood broke up two East high attacks and Wallace reached in a rebound from under the goal to set the Mohawks eight points ahead, while three minutes of the second period slipped by. When a traveling penalty stopped a Mohawk drive, Henlhcrton finally put some cheer into East high hearts as he scored East's first goal on a block play that opened the alley under the basket. H u f f stretched up in Hie air to push back the rebound from Gorman's long toss as the clock passed the seven minute mark in the second period, nnd the Mohawks led 12 to 4. Heatherton cut down the edge with a bucket from far out, East's second goal of the game, before the half ended, and the Mohawks led by 12 to 6. Wood Bags One. Wood bagged a ringer from back of the free throw circle after the Mohawks had fought to get three rebounds in a row, to open the third period. H e a t h e r t o n evened the scoring for the half when he jumped to bag a rebound at the other end of the court, and added a free throw later on Fletcher's foul. Fletcher had gone to the free throw line and stood--past the 10 second period allowed for free Soco .Bowlers Have Night on Lanes; Holland on Top of Scoring. Atlas Tires, winning three games, and Red Crown, which won two and scored a GCG lop single, with a 1.BG3 total for the best team figures o[ the night, were the star outfits ot the Standard Oil Bowling league Friday. OPEN M-W SERIES Manager Giles' Pendcrgast nnd Earl Esler topped the doubles event with 588 in the first of a series of Montgomery-Ward intramural bowling tournaments F r i d a y night, while George Dietz rolled a flat 200 for the best single game. Justin Casey and Joe Simmons were second in the doubles event. Stanolind also was a two-game winner. Cliff Holland's 229 single and 029 series were the bcsst individual marks. v 4SO-VIS "D" cr.,-- Jsl :!nd llril Tola! A v t . .. l.W UK If.;! IC.'f I',-, .. 1:111 us i.-.i :\-,'.i' isii .. IT/; I-M mi :t«t: 1^7 .. n i:iii lax riiit ju; SI arc Ian rt A l i l a n c l A n d e r s o n ... G a m b l e ..... A c t u a l T i n s TOTAL PINS 1'lnycrt.-- Z u b e r .11! Biirns I'aync . . . . Actunl Pins .. i H a n d i c a p . . . . TOTAL PINS .. .. Or! 3II!I lilir, IVJtl II |] I) II . . ll:!(i A T L A S T I R K S Jst »nrt lira Totitl AYR. tin; rji) ins IIK ^,1 1111 181 5111 fis 10:1 i-vi :il:i Hi 171 Mil) .i;t:t till ISBJ STANOI.KX F U E L I ' l a j rrs-- 1st ^nd y r d T o t a l Avff. .Veil 11.3 i;u J-'T n;:i 121 Dlirjrcss 1111 IS!) 11^ .|n;| 1:11 \ V e b e r 1:17 l f 7 I I I - l i f t l!!l A c t u a l T i n s l l . l i u l i c a p TOTAL n.VS iitl'i 5:'i 1711!! 7'Jt STANOl.l.VIl rlaj-er.s-- I h t ^nil ;lril T n t a l Avp. O a l h r c a l h lliri I", IIIH M'J J7:t G r i c n n i.-i7 rii 1:111 .ids 1:11; Cuniinrs ll!l I!1K I ti; 4li:i J:l| S t i h v c l l IFi.^ I f i 7 1115 1117 I f i l i ACKLEY FIRES TEAM BUT TAKES CONTEST ACKLEY -- Ackley h i g h school, without a first string man available, defeated Teachers High of Cedar Falls, 33 to 31, in a Friday night basketball game. The entire starting lineup was "fired" after an nnexcused absence from classes Friday afternoon and the local . reserves took over the first team assignment. A pickkup second team lost to Teachers High, 43 to 7. A c t u a l 1'lns .. C l l l .181 I8:;n Decorah Noses Out Comets in Cage Go CHARLES CITY--The Dccoral- Vikings, leading from the firs period, Friday night defeated tb Charles City Comets 17 to 15 in . close game from start to finis! with Omdahl, Viking guard, lead ing the attack. Decorah ended the first quarto; with a 5 to 0 start and at the hal still led, 8 to C. Walton, Duran and Hammond were the stars for tlv Comets with three points each. The Charles City reserve lean defeated the Nora Springs firs team in a preliminary game 18 to THE BOXSCORE. D t C O R A H -- 1 7 I C I I A S . CITV--15 IS tl pf| Ir It ] M i i n t I n 11 :i|Waltnu t I I ' J a c u l i i c n t I 1 l|M. M c i i r c r C I II B e r n n r t i c ! ·! I j l H i r n n c I I OindEili! f -I II ; i ] O l i c r m c i c r c I II I P r c u s c I · : 2|ll:i]tii!iii1! K I I U o n s a l l g I r TOTALS r, j iniTOTAi.s r, a i Score hy q u a r t e r s : D E C O I I A I I 5 X I t 1 cjiAiii,i;s CITV n i,- n :. Free I h r o v v s m i s s e d : Decorah ·!: C h a r l c Cily 10. K c f c r c e : Corniley ( W a t e r l o o ) . Goldfield Team Wins Over Ace Opponents GOLDFIELD -- Goldfield' lug! school stopped Luverne for th first time in the Boonc Valley con ferencc season here Friday nighi beating the league leaders GO to 2B It was Goldfield's eighteenth wil in 21 games, while Luverne su£ fercd its third loss in 20 contests The largest crowd of the scasoi saw Knudson, Edwards and Nel son each score 14 points for Gold Held, while I/ichly led Luvern with 13. TOTAL PINS P l a y e r s -Pasternak .Morris . W e r n e r Holland ItKI) CROWN" 1st 2nd 3rd T o l n l 170 Illi ISS I.'JII ICW lull 1:111 HH8 \r,r, I'Jfi 1:11 l i d ... ^iri n:i :ii7 mil Avjc. I l;l- A c t u a l T i n s H a n d i c a p TOTAL FC.N'S Players-N o l t e r l e k e Sanders ... S x v r n s n n .. r. n in IKS: POI.ARINI-: 1st anil 'Jril Total ... ISO ]!i MS Sill ... H!l R! HIT TMfj.l ... 117 r,n nil rui; .., 1*1 l.iri l i i l ri!i ,vn mi TOTAi. P I N S Lime Springs Winner Over Elma Hoopsters ELMA--Elma dropped a 31 to 28 decision to Lime Springs Friday night, but its second team won from the Elma reserves 16 to 15. Victor Johlas, Elma forward, was the outstanding player lor his team and scored II points. Limn Springs was leading 12 to 9 at the half. .'fr . Irish Cagers Defeat Eagles in Cage Tilt EAGLE GROVE, (/P)_The Emmetsburg Junior college cngers pilcrl up an early lead to deTcni the Eagle Grove Juniors, 51 to -H here Friday night. The visitors held a 45 to 20 advantage at one time. Crystal Lake Squad Beats Woden in Tw CRYSTAL LAKE--The Cryst; Lake high school quintet Frida night defeated Woden 24 to 18 led by Jilek with 10 points. Smit was high for the visitors with seven. The Woden seconds beat th Crystal Lake reserves 14 to i: Gordcs scoring four points for th winners and Hose four for th home team. Crystal Lake her Worlcn in a grade school game 2 to 13. Hampton Cagers Win Aigona Windup Gam A L G O ' N A -- Hampton hig .school's taller basketball team de fcated Algona, 45 to 31, in th North Central conference Fvida night, after the home cagers ha held the score even at the hal: 19-19. Klousic and Laipple score 21 and 3 points to lead Hampton while Lynck and Pickett counte 13 and 8 to pace the home team. Good long shots by both team featured the last home game the season. Coe Avenges Loss by Beating PurpL CEDAR RAPIDS, (/P)--Thc Co college basketball team avcngec an early season defeat hy Uirnin back Cornell, 39 lo 32 here Friday night. GLGBE.GAZETTE ECTION Cagei-s for Sunday Go at Home Arena. JMlOBABLi: LINKUPS 0 1 1 A W K S ST. 1'AT'KK'K'S It. 1V111TK . . . C o a r l i r v Kj:i.SH i n l c k I' l l u U n itllolnn I' n. llnnchrrty iro.ili ....'.' li....! .'. c,r;,rv "tersoii G ltt E mi TlMFi ^ n ' c l n e k , S l l l l i l a y A t l r r u n o n . TLACE: St. J o s e p h ' s c y m n n s i u m . St. Patrick's ot Dougherty, jeatcn 24 to 9 by Holy Family Vednesday night, will try i!s luck once more against local teams vhen it meets the St. Joseph var- ity and reserves in a twin bill Sunday atlernoon. The Johawks won their last start Sunday afternoon when hey downed ftudolphinum ot Protivin 29 to 14. The varsity game Sunday ai- .ernoon is set for 3 o'clock, lol- .owing immediately upon the heels ot the reserve game, schcd- iled lor 2 o'clock at the Johawk Play Northsiders in Sunday Contest. PROBABLE LINEUPS I I O I . V 1 ' A H I I . Y S T . M A U V ' S C A I I K O I . ! . . M c l . A I J C I I I . l N l l n a c l i f A . . . i , \ S N ' l \ V I T ' / . I', /.letlcr C Slnrrk I . a i K l i l i n I' l i t l l y II. /.idler".'...".'.'.. O '. C'aliill C u r a i i H i i i ; l i Ci . r h i l l i n s T I M K : :!::i(l S u n d a y a l t e r n o n n . I'LAC'Ii: Holy f a m i l y g y m n a s i u m . BADGERS TAKE IOWA CONTEST Wisconsin Beats Hawkeyes and Northwestern at Track Opener. IOWA CITY, (UP)--Wisconsin's track men, scoring heavily in the field events and distances, re- lained its triangular indoor track title over Iowa and Northwestern lierc Friday night. The Badgers scored 53 points, Iowa, 45, and Northwestern 10. Charles Fenske, Wisconsin distance ace, took firsts in the one and two mile for 10 points and individual scoring honors. John Graves, Iowa sophomore half miler, set a new meet record of 1:58.5 lo win his specialty. Bush Lamb, Iowa, upset Jacl Kellner, Wisconsin hurdler, in the GO-yard highs. St. Mary's academy ot Emmetsburg invades Mason City Sunday afternoon lor a game with Holy Family academy on the local court. The visitors will attempt to salvage some of the wreckage of a poor season, which has seen .hem win only three ot 10 games, as they go to bat against the Sforthsiders. Holy Family defeated SI. Patrick's of. Dougherty 24 to 9 Wednesday night. Starting at the forward posts for St. Mary's will be Hoberl Storck and Robert Kelly. Harold Brodigan will probably hold down the pivot post, and Joseph Cahill and Patick Phillips will in all likelihood bo encamped in Ihc backguard jobs. Chickasaw Cagers in Win at Last Home G NEW HAMPTON--New Hampton high school cagcrs won Ihei last home game of the season Friday night, defeating Oelwein 2 to 14. Natvig, center, led the victors with eight points and Hint was high for Oelwein with nine THE UOXSCOnE. N. H A M P T O N -- M [OELWB1N'-~II {f f t Ml If " 11 Carney f X n l | l l i u l 5 f I I KiJlie t :! II O J W a l r a t l l f I '1 lvifr c It 'J -JJCook f n l r.smi £ n ^ i j v a t i Camp o II II i t c l f n II l ! I I I d i i i - c r o II I I V o u n c «: II II {Jamison ( II II T O T A L S X I ll'I'OTAI.S .1 I H«»IIT at liivU: Nesv l l a i n p l o u I I ; Oc wc.tii 111. R c l c r c c : M c c l c r ( G r l n n c l l t . Clarion High Winner in Algona Mat Scrap ALGONA--Clarion high school's wrestlers won from Algona, 30 to 10, in a Friday night dual match, taking five decisions, a forfeit and two falls. THE SUMMARY. 8."--Neilsoii (A) IHl'Civ \ V l i i l l c y (O, n:n. O . Y -- K i r s l c h i ( C ) d c c i s l n n c d I l u c r r ( A ) , ·1:31. Tll,1--Hell C t h r e w C o l u e l l A , Tr-llj. l l f -- M c O l l o u j r l l (C) won Ijy t n r f c i t . 1-5--fllilcttnian (C) dccisionctl VCTZ ( A ) , ·i:y;i. 1TM5--UnbsDii (C) d c c i s i o n c d Schoby ( A ) t i l r l l . l3.--- M o r r o n l ( C ) i l c r i h i i i n r i i M s t l i i s o n ( A ) , .1:113. l.~,."i--Ti;inivart (A) llirr\r I'rlil ( C ) , l:ir. Ifi.t--Campbell ( C ) t h r e w Traser ( A ) , ·1:31). Hvy.--Evans (C) cleclsioncd C o n h l i t l ( A ) . 5:11. Cage Scores J U . N ' I U H C O I . l . K G i ; M A S O N CITY :t1; M a r s h n l l t n t v u :· I, K m m e l s t i u r c "'! Eagle Orovc II. Ctiarilon Ri; OrCston HI. IHuscatine 4.1 1 W a s h i n g t o n 10. Fort Doilcc :n; S h e l d o n r'l, H I G H SCHOOL M A S O N CITY ~'J; W a t e r l o o East IV. (loodell J H ; Harm will IS. Aekley 33-1; Teacher* lllfh Ul-lU. H a m p t o n -15; Alfiona Ml. New H a m i l t o n 'JU-11; Q e l u e i n 14-21. K l c m m e 15; Il3 field 1H. C o l u e l l 21; Matble R a c k lo, Eagle Grove 33-15; Clarion 21-25. Garner 2ti-!*t Erllt 27-17. S h e f f i e l d 40-1H; H a m p t o n 14-8 (girls). Crystal Lake 24-12-25; Woden Jg-Jl-lil. II ceo rah 17: C h a r l e s City 15, Charles City ( r e s e r v e s ) Id Nora B r i n g s r-i. Hudi) IMi-IU; Flo.Vfl i-'K-','.". W a n k on 2H-:il; Crcsno 11-11. K i m n r t . s b u r c - I f C s t h r r v i l l t 1 , 1 I. OoltUiclil rill; louver-lie 'iS. l»-,Jry :P»: l.clatrc) t.'t (girls), T i l n n k u :M; Wesley 11. Su-ca C i t y .".t-lfi; A r m s t r o n g H - l ' ! , Ne\\- H a r t f o r d ~ ' t : l l u i n n u t 1 1 . T . f i u e .SpHiiEA H l - l i V , Kim it 3«-(1. C l n r k s v i l l c ;il-:i'ii G r e e n e I H - l i . F a l r f l e h l :JU; K e o k l l k SIK M i i K r a l i u c I I I : O U u r n w a l[. JtnrlitlKton :(,'; W^Mndrm (f. Oskaloo.sa »;i; G r i n n e l l r::i. M i i r s h a W o w n SI; N e i v t o n - JU. Sacred Heart ( T o r t O o i l K C ) ;U; S a c r e d H e a r t ( W a t e r l o o ) 2'. 1 . Ames HO; Jloone a t . Columbia Academy 33; St. A m b r o s e A c a d e m y 15. C e n t r a l S i o u x C i t v 2I»; Spirit L a k e IS. Iowa C i t y 18; C l t i i l o n 1 1. Iowa Falls 2(1; Daws 15. Do\V5 :'.; I.allmer I t ( f i r l s ) t JAYSEES SHOVE OVER TIGERS IN BATTLE ON TRIP Trojans Take Easy Victory After Close Opening Period in Game. Practice Session .MASO.V CITV--;n Slmls !-·! I T I'TM I V i l l t r r o l l c r t » S l i c r M r r D u n i K T O T A L S . . . . IW M A R S H A L l / r O W X Minis N a l d r n f .. l l u l i u r r r .. A i l a t n s f .. M c C a r t h y f Collins f .... l r n w c ... K r f ..... IK V u l l a c c s ... o I I R .I n r a k c :;;: \V.is!iinpHni (St. t.( N e b r a s k a :i:ii O k l a h o m a ^r. l.uther U5; S i m p s o n :u. lnu-n Wesleyait ;"; D u L u q u c Western U u i n t i .14; D n i i n :\'J, Cn him LI a 2^: Cculr.il TM l . Coe ^I; Cornell :i',V LEAGUE US SCRAP SUNDAY City Loop Bowlers Plan on Two Shifts for Day's Alley Program. City league bowlers will take the alleys Sunday for a full league program, bowling in two shifts, at 1:15 and 3:45 o'clock. Decker's Office meets the Old Timers, Pabst Blue Ribbon opposes Decker's Plant, and Tyler- Ryan Furniture rolls against Moose Lodge in the early shift. Stoddard's opposes Maple Inn, Kozy Konrer plays with Hermanson's Dairy, and Blumcr's Golden Glow will scrap it out with Hugh Davey and Son ill the second shift. Goodell Cagers Take Kanawha High Battle KANAWIIA -- Goodell h i g h school kept its top position in the Seven Eagles basketball conference Friday night by a narrow margin as it turned back Kanawha here 13 to 12. Hofer was high man for the winners in the tight defensive game with six points lo his credit and Duke Yeakel led the Kanawha shooters with four. A second team game went the nther way, ICanawha defeating Goodoll 21 to 9. Holm led the Kanawha reserves with 10 points and Ahlstrom paced Goodell with five. Top Squads Hold to Lead Jn Keg Tussle ALGONA--The top teams of the Kossuth county bowling league held their pace, each gaining two games apiece in last weeks play. The Flowers advanced to third place, leaving the Coffee Shop and Fearless Five tied in fourth place. The team standings arc as follows: W. I.. I'rt. C o u r t l l n u j s e :l I I .7:18 Phillip.* Cli 21 ir, .111.-. I'loivcrs 'Jl I K .n:!S (,'irfre Simp :'.'* ::il .iWI I'enrlc.ss F i v e ~'i ^11 .r.'!t Farmers £1 '^1 .rill!) I.uvcruc 1:1 'XI ,:llo H u r t 8 'JX .Ti'i Rudd Cagers Win in Floyd High Cage Go RUDD--Rudd high school defeated Floyd, 3G to 28, ns Roberts paced the attack with 10 points, Butijer and Pross added seven each, and Finch scored four, here Friday night. The locnl squad held a 22 to 15 leaf! at the half, and added to its margin with a sparkling passing' game in the late periods. The Floyd reserves won 25 fo 13. Crystal Lake Winner of Town Cage Tussle CRYSTAL LAKE--The Crystal Lake Merchants defeated t h e Forest Cily Independents on the local Iloor, Thursday night, 58 to 35. ·Rnsmussen was high man for Forest City with 11 points. Crystal Lake's high man was Scanlon, with Si points. Waukon Cagers Take Game at Cresco High CRESCO--Waukon hiRh school defeated Cresco 28 to 11 Friday night, outplaying the local team in the middle periods after breaking up an early Spartan lead. Bray, with nine points, and Thomas, with eight, led the Waukon squad. Weaklirt and Owens were Cresco's best bets. The Waukon reserves also won, 24 to 1-1. Eagle Grove Winner in Cowboy Court Go CLARION--Eagle Grove won from Clarion's basketball team, 33 to 27, Friday night, to beat the Cowboys for the second time in three contests played this season. Dixon led the Eaglets with 15 points, while White's six topped Clarion. The local junior high cagers won 25 to 15 from Eagle Grove's youngsters. Fort Dodge Wins in Sheldon Court Test FORT DODGE, (If)--The l-'on Dodge Junior college basketball team easily defeated the Sheldon Juniors. 37 to lil here Friday night. The Dodgers led, 25 to 8 at the half. Garner High Goes to Overtime to Get Win GARNER--Garner high school school defeated Brill in a North Iowa conference thriller, that went to an overtime session before the home team won 28 to 27. Jacobson, with 10 points, Weaver ond Stoll played good games, while Spangler also scored 10 counters. The Brill reserves won 17 to fl in a preliminary game. Swea City Captures Game at Armstrong SWEA CITY--Swea City won a pair of basketball games from Armstrong Friday night, the varsity winning 54 to 14 and'the sec- ind stringers coming out ahead 16 to 12. Melvin Krumm, guard, scored 20 points to lead the Swea City attack. The winners were ahead 24 to 3 at halftime. Dows Wins, Loses in Pair of Court Games DOWS--Iowa Falls won 2!) lo to from Dows Friday night. The Dows girls defeated the Lalimer girls 28 lo M. · Drake Wins to Stay in Cage Crown Race DBS MOINES, (UP)--Drake university staj'ed in the running for the Missouri Valley basketbal championship by defeating Washington of St. Louis, 37 to 35, Friday night in an overtime game Drake led by 10 points during most of the game, but a series of startling long shots enabled Washington to tic Ihe score at 33-33 with three minutes to go. Columbia Moves to Second League Spot PELLA, (IP)--The Columbia college basketball team held second place in the Iowa conference after a thrilling 22 to 21 victory over Central here Friday night. II ·OTAI.S 03 7 in r, j j ;i Score b y q u a r t e r * : I A S O N CITV g ·:,, ,, :,, lARSIIAM.TOIV.S' . . . . 7 (I 13 a t Oiricbl.s: Ktiox anil K e s i v l c k . MARSHALLTOWN -- M a s n ti City junior college scored an easy \1 to 24 victory over Marshall- own junior college here Friday light, the Tigers failing to make x contest of it after the first qu;n- er which ended 8 to 7 in favor of the CeiTo Gordo county lads. 3y the time the halfway point lad arrived, the Trojans were out n front 20 to 0 and they conttn- .icd to add to their margin except n the last quarter when the Tigers rallied, too late to do them my good. The floor work and passing ot Gale Lane, Gale Snell, Lee Usher :md Loren Shecklcr had the Tigers stopped throughout. Mason City missed many easy shots throughout the game, but it did not PRACTICE NIGHT? Mason Cily junior college had a chance to gel its sights set for stale tournament play Friday night. Marshalltown's court is the site of the state jay-see meet, the last week-end | in February- Colwell High Wins in Rocket Contest MARBLE ROCK--Colwell high school defeated Marble Rock, 24 to 15, here Friday night, as Strattin paced the winning team uncl Parker looked best for the home cagers. matter, as Marshalltown also failed to connect. For Marshalltown Don Elder, guard, was outstanding . with three baskets and an equal number of free throws. Snell's free throw opened the scoring and Henry "Hun" Hert followed with one ot the two field goals he made during the game. Usher looped one in and added a free throw on Detner Bonner's foul. Another goal by Usher closed the first period for Mason City. While this was going on. Elder sank a long bucket, Bonnor and Dale Furrow got free throws and Bonncr had a field goal for Mar- shalUowirs seven points. fn the second quarter Lane and Snell began to find the range and from then on the game was a rout. It was exceptionally rough but only one man left the game on fouls. Bonncr, Marshalltown forward, took the bench. Wesley Victor, Loser in Prep Cage Tussles WESLEY--Wesley's girls de- teated Leland, 39 to 15, while the local boys lost to Titonka 22 to 11 in two high school bnskctball games here. The Wesley independents won 51 to 21 from Luverne. Battery design has changed as much as car design in the last 5 years. Don't try to run a car in 1936 on a battery built for the needs of 1930. Get a genuine Ford battery instead--a real power plant for your car, with the big reserve capacity today's driving requires. You'll have the power for quick starts on cold mornings, and bright lights at night; No matter if you have a radio, a heater, and all the other electrical equipment that's so popular nowadays, the Ford battery will take care of all the load, and still have plenty of capacity left. You can't judge a b a t t e r y by the case--it's what's inside that counts. 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