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JOHAWKSBEAT SWALEDALE IN 25 TO 16 TILT tEO RYAN STUBS . IN RETURN GAME ON LOCAL COURT Roosevelt Takes Preliminary Clash From B Squad by a 10-7 Score. Â· The Johawk five of Mason City defeated the ;high school basketball team of Swaledale in a return game sn the local ^flopr by a score of 25 .to 16 Tuesday, evening. Swaledale won earlier in the s'eason but failed io meet the attack of the local five ' in the return clash. The Roosevelt team.defeated the Â·St. Joseph B squad, 30 to 7, in a preliminary .game. :. Leo Ryan 'was the' chief scorer Â·of the evening with 4 field goals. Hubbard of the Johawks and W. Ward of Swaledale were tied: for ruanerup honors with a pair of field goals and charity shots apiece; JOHAWKS--25 , FG FTFF Mullan.'f Â·.. - . 0 1 1 1 3. Ryan, 1 ...Â·...,....,. 1 0 2 Meyers, f ............. 2 0 Hauseholder, f \. 2 Leo Ryan, c .....: 4 Wolfei g .. 0 J. Ryan, g 0 Hubbard, g 2 MASON CITY, IOWA, RTS CEDAR RAPIDS jggWTjS HOLY FAMILY 23 TO 13 Totals ...............11 3 8 Substitutions: J. Kyan for Mullan, Hauseholder for Meyers, Lynch for Leo Ryan, J. Kyan for Wolfe, Nieberg-all for .Hubbard. S WALED ALE--16 / FGFTPF Tracy, f ..2 0 0 J. Ward, f ......... 2 0 2 Mason, c ...............1 0 2 W. Ward, g . . . . . . . . .,'..2 2 2 Enabreit, g- ..:......... 0 0 0 ; Totals . . . . . 7 2 6 Â·'. Substitutions: Krieger for Ena- breH, Peterson for Mason, Albers for Ward, Dnrrger for Tracy. ; Referee: Thomas, Iowa. ST. JOSEPH--7 FGFTPF Chute, f 2 0 0 Kelly, f ....1 o . i Nelson, c ; 0 0 0 Hughes, g- ... .0 0 "1 Gross, g 0 1 0 Sheehey, g ......... 0 0 0 . Totals ,. ;.."........ .3 1 2 Substitutions: Hubbard for Chute, Gross for Hughes. ...i ROOSEVELT--JO FG FT PF Bietz, f . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 o 0 Farer, f 2 I) 3 _3arr, c 2 o 1 Walshe, g 0 0 0 Â·Hurde, g . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 0 0 Totals ....; .....5 0 a Referee: Jones. ' MCCARTHY READY INFIELDERS FOR WHITE SOX ARE WEAK IN HITTING Associated Preaa Photo Manager Joe McCarthy of the Now York Yanks is ready for the 1931 season. Hero he is at St. 'Petersburg, Fla., making final arrangements for spring training. Bash Faces Second Campaign With Fair Combination of Hurlers. ' By GAYLE iTALBOT, JR. SAN ANTONIO, .Tex., March 4. CB^-A -wobbly, :weak-HItt!ng infield is facing rotund Donie Bush as he starts his secotid campaign.as foreman of the Chicago White Sox. The former premier shortstop doubtless) wishes he could roll back the years and step in to steady his inner works. Â· Of pitching the Sox have plenty their, catching shapes up well, and IOWANAS ROLL 3 GAMES STRAIGHT ON FAKTOR TEAM Allen Cafe Defeats Gravel Quintet; Bachman Is First Base Questionable. First -base is the big question mark. The lone candidate is Ray RatcUff, a youngster who thumped the ball for .369 to lead the Southeastern league last season. Chalmer Cissell, a jack-of-all trades last year, will get tne call at second, and Bush hopes his .271 hitting- will pick up. Lou Appling, the ex-collegian 'who, finished well last year, will start at short. Willie Kamm looks like a fixture at third altio he hit only .269 last season. Bush's particular pride and joy is his outfield. In Carl Reynolds and Smead Jolly, veterans, and Melvin Simons/ the .371 clouter oDtainÂ«;d from Louisville in a recent trade .the Sox have three gardeners who walloped the ball for a combined . average ol .347 last season. Support-' ing the trio will be Watwood--barring his transfer to first-and the heavy hitting Hob Fothergill for pinch hitting duties. Mound Corps Ranks High. Headed.by Ted Lyons, who won 22 games in 1930, the White Sox mound corps ranks as the second or third . best in the American league. Alfonse Thomas, hampered by an injured arm last year, shoulc be good for 15 or more victories Harold McKain, Pat Caraway, Urban "Red" Faber abd Garland Braxton round out the list of veterans Benny Tate, the veteran obtained from Washington-last year, and a pair of International league stars, Walter "Butch"'Henline and Frank Grube, compose a formidable catching staff. High Scorer. WEDNESDAY'S SCHEDULE Chnpln-O'Nell Con! company -vs. Free Wheelers on Alleys 5' and jB at 7:45. HBrmanspn Bros. Dairy vs. Fireside Fuel company on Alloys 7 and 8. at 7:45. Decker's league at 7:45. Decker's lowanas and the Allen Cafe each won three games straight from their respective opponents -the Faktor- Bakery 1 five and the Ideal Sand and Grave! company -- Â· in Tuesday night's bowling in the city league.' C. Bachman of the Butchers' team was high all around with 232 for a high single game and 627 for a three game total, which means another free haircut from the B. and O. scissors .man. ALLEN CAFE Hillier .163 160 160 Weber 177 190 188 Dobbs 175 201 202 West ...182 151 154 Thorn 157 157 159 Handicap ;.'.... 37 37 37 LOCAL CAGE FIVE LOSES SEMTOL TILT AT DUBUQUE St. Pat's Quintet 1 Slated for Final Clash in Catholic Tourney. DUBUQUE, March 4.--The Holy Family team' o f . Mason City was defeated in the semifinals' of the Archdiocesan basketball tournament In progress at Columbia college gymnasium here Wednesday by the St. Patrick quintet of Cedar Rapids The official score was 23 to 13. The , Mason City team won its rigit to play in the semifinal Tuesday night by defeating Xavier of Dyersville. by a 13 to 10 score. St. Patrick's defeated the St. Joseph five of Bellevue with a score of .75 to 6 in the first round of the tournament. . ' ..Other results: FIRST ROUNDS Columbia .Academy, 34; Sacred Heart, Oelwein, 6. , ' St. Joseph's,- Elkader, 13; St. Joseph's, Independence, is. St. 1 Wenceslans, Cedar Rapids, 19; Rudolphluiii, Protivin, 11. Â· St. Mary's, Waterloo, 38; St. Blur- tin, Cascade,- 13. O. L. V. A., Waterloo, 32; Sacred .Heart, Monticello, 9. Xavier, Dyersville, 14; St. Joseph's, Farley, 5. St. Patrick's, Ccuar Rapids, 75; St. Joseph, Bellevue, 6. Holy Family, Mason City, 28; Sacred Heart, Eagle Grove, 16. SECOND ROUND GAMES Tuesday Afternoon Colombia, 29; St. Joseph's, Elkader, 12. ' ' St. Wenceslaus, Cedar Rapids, 14; St. Mary's, Waterloo, 8. FIGHT RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS : FLIHT. Mich.--Eddie Shea, Chicago, knocked out Harry Forbes, Indianapolis (1). ' . PITTSBURGH--Midget Wolgast, Philadelphia, outpointed Willie Davies, Charleroi, Pa., (10). 'LOS ANGELES -- N e w s b o y Brown, Los Angeles, knocked out Speedy Dado, Los Angeles (3), (for C a l i f o r n f a state bantamweight title). i " : ' ' Â· Â· . ' INDIANAPOLIS--Ray Trambie, Rockford, 111., outpointed. Del Fontaine, Winnipeg, Can., (10); Charley Arthurs, New York, ' outpointed Harry Dillon, Winnipeg, Can., (8). EAGLE GROVE--Gordon Stewart, Dows, knocked out Billy Flockhart, Bussey (3); Tuffy Anderson, Charles City, outpointed Bud Rule, Fort Dodge (6). 483 555 578 487 473 111 Totals .891 896 863 2687 Team average 2687--896. IDEAL SAND AND GRAVEL CO. Pusch 212 145 Wopdhouse 163 183 Gaylord 123 175 Stenner .Â» 160 170 R. Johnson ....173 204 Handicap ,. 7 7 Totals... 838 884 8172539 Team average 2539--846. 168 179 149 123 191 7 525 525 447 453 568 21 PAKTOR BAKERY Morphew ...... 184 G. Faktor ..... 185 T. Faktor ..... 171 Dunton ....'...158 Christiansen ...145 Handicap ...... 11 190 187 170 141 141 n 182 148 151 170 167 556 520 492 469 453 33 F1K4I, BIG SIX CONFERENCE STANDINGS By ThÂ« Associated Press. W. L. Pel. rts. O.P. Nebraska. .. A .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.a t .'fioo 325 313 KÂ»nÂ«as Assies 5 s .mo 31.1 aia Â·no 230 2)2 854 840 829 2523 Team average 2523--841. DECKERS' IOWANAS Swafford 189 190 193 Gashel 159 167 180 Snook .169 181 150 Bachman .....207 188 232 Kolb J...184 186 163 Handicap 14 14 14 572 506 500 627 533 42 Totals 922 926 932 2780 Team average 2780--927. Ml; Towa Slate .....".".".".'."i .6 Oklahoma Â£ 3 7 .Â·100 27T 270 .300 255 330 "I consider closed the incident, which, for my part, 1 have already forgotten."--Mussolini. A hit-and- run memory at any rate.--Vinrin- ian-PJIot. - BRITTMAYSEND ANOTHER CHAMP TEAM TO FINALS Year's Book Shows Quintet Has Improved From Green Squad to "Vet" Five. BRITT, March 4. UP^-Frbm a comparatively green squad Coach L. P. Stevens has built a basketball team comparable to that wbich. represented the Britt high school in the state tournament at Des Moines last year. In the present season the team ,won 12 games and lost only six. The quintet piled up 353 points in the 18 g-ames .played while its opponents annexed only 288. Builds Around Regulars Coach Stevens built a workable combination around Murray Under- Jcoffler and Arthur Â· Bai;tik, regulars on last year's team, at the opening of the season. Willie Bartik,' Rollln Brooks and Luvon Cook reserves on the 1920-30 team, got the call for regular berths on this year's quintet. . ' " TJnderkoffler delivered up to expectations, 'proving an outstanding player on defense 'and a constant scoring| threat in taking the ball down the floor. W. Bartik's basket eye showed steady improvement Jn the closing games on the schedule and he frequently "succeeded in hitting: the hopp from difficult angles. A. Bartik was unable to get gom-* and saw service in only about half of the games. Rollin Brooks replaced him'at center and showed a determination to work hard -in overcoming- his handicap of jack of experience. . Swan Sets a Mark ' Laurels as the best'ball handler on the squad went to Maurice Swan who, despite lack of stature played a fine brand of defensive game when called into the. lineup. Other reserve players included Donald llcCormick, Joe McGurk, Donald Wilson and Keith Van Winkle. Lack of confidence because of inexperience was believed by Coach Stevens to be the outstanding weakness of his team. Scores In the games played this season were: Â· Britt 18, Kanawha 16; Britt IS Crystal. Lake 10; Britt 28, Forest City 5; Britt 22, Belmond 14; Britt 16, Buffalo Center 7: Britt 25; Clear Lake 12; Britt 15, Mason City .28- Britt 11. Garner 25; Britt 10, Kanawha 21; Britt 24, Belmond 20- Britt 19. Ateona '4; Britt 5. Buf^ falo Center 13; Britt 19, Garner 13- Britt 20, Clear Lake' 10; Britt 34 Klemme 10; Britt 16. Garner 20-' Britt 34; Crvstal Lake 24; Britt 24 Lake Mills 26. Tim American policy in South and ntr.".! America. ,lt- sonms from rretary Stimson's statement is that it will be noble, but not KO noble as to interfere with American interests.--LyjKfhburg News. Any bonus for doughboys seems too big to the man who stayed at home and accumulated property to be taxed.--Erie Times. SECTIONArMEET AT CHARLES CITY DOPED AS CLOSE New Hampton Rated as Chief Foe; Mitchell, Lawler Shine in B Class. CHARLES CITY, March 4.--The sectional tournament here will start Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock when Alta Vista and Little Cedar are scheduled to play. Three gardes will be played in the evening starting at 6:30 o'clock. Floyd and Mitchell, Lawler and Otranto, and Charles City and New Hampton are the competing- teams. Mitchell and Lawler are doped to be two of the strongest class B teams, and Charles City and New Hampton, played a 25-24 game in their last meeting. Two class B and and one class A' game will be played Friday afternoon. Colwell and Mclntire will play at 1;45 o'clock, followed by the Marble Rock team with the -winner of tie first game. Riceville and Nashua will meet in class A. The Friday evening session is expected to be the feature one of the tournament. Two of the : strongest class B .teams will be eliminated in the games that will involve the Floyd-MItehell-Orchard and the Lawler-Otranto-Rudd trios. In the class A game Osage will meet the winner.of the Charles City-New Hampton game. The class B semifinals will be played at 2 and 3:15 o'clock Saturday afternoon and the final game will start at 7:30 O'clock Saturday evening.- One of his adherents says Mahatma Gandhi is the most unselfish person alive. We're prepared to believe anything short of the assertion that he'd give the shirt off his back.--Detroit News. DECKER'S LEAGUE March 4. i ' W. Mechanical 14 Supt. Off. 13 Clerks - . . . . , - 12 Sweet Pickle , n- Main Qffice 10 Dry Cure 3 High Ten Averages. G. Whitney (Mech.) .51 Senn (Main Off.) 43 Hicks (Clerks) 39 Evonson (Clerks) 27 Cogglna (Dry Cure) .25 Sweesey (Main Office) ..42 C. Kaufman (Supt. Off.) 45 M. Kaufman (Clerks) . 48 AlcConnel (Dry Cure) ...33 Pr'esnal (Mech.) 44 There are those who are leaders and others who are LJ 7 8 9 10 11 IS Av. 180 175 170 162 166 161 159 158 156155 born born incapable of leading or following anybody.--St. crat. Louis Globe-Demo-'" Belmond to Present 34 Round Show Salvadore to Meet McInroy in Main Event. BELMOND, March 4.--A boxing show scheduled for 34 rounds in carded for the BeJmond opera housa for Thursday evening. Jimmy Salvadore, Fort Dodge, 124, is'scheduled to meet Kid Mclnroy, Shell Rock, . 126, in a six round main event. Fred Albera, Goodell, 153, is, scheduled with Snub Pollard, Booue, 150, in a six round scmiwindup. George ICaduce, Belmond, 160, is carded to meet Eddie Anderson, Cedar Falls, 160, .in a six round bout. Â· Chria Groen, Meservey, 145, is carded with Claire Lague, Rowan 145 In six rounds. Mac Thomas, Rowan 13J, is carded with Earl Johnson Bclmond, 135. The bill will be opener] with a four round preliminary. Capone's smiling-, defiant face gets the front page of the dailies once more. This gangster, the man who encourages others to lead a life of crime, endangering the lives of decent people, is allowed to enjoy his freedom. Such a travesty of jus- " tice!--Albert Lea Tribune 'Most Diseases Enter the Bod/ ^^^^ ^^^^ ^B^B 3y Through the Mouth" .Â· Â· Says DR. H. C. WHITE Health Director, Kenton County Health Department, Covingfon, Kenfu.lcy ... one of 56 health officials from 56 different points approvingCremo's crusade against spit or spit-tipping. Every smoker, every wife" whose husband smokes cigars, should read Dr. White's letter. i "Who are the friends of 'Spit'?" YOU MAY WELL ASK THIS QUESTION WHEN 56 IMPORTANT HEALTH OFFICIALS HAVE WRITTEN SO STRONGLY AGAINST THE EVILS OF SPIT OR SPIT-TIPPING. Dr. White writes: "Most disease, enter the body through the mouth.'? The war against spit is atrusada of decency. Join it...SmokeCertif led Cremo -- a really wonderful s m o k e - m i I d - m e l l o w -- n u t sweet! Every leaf entering the clean, sunny Cremo factories is scientifically treated by methods recommended by the United States Department of Agriculture. Certified re mo 5 193! Amcrlcin Cl(Â«r Co. . . . THE 2TttA3T GOOD CIGAR JVJEJEJDJED In this parted of Â«old weather and cracked ftps, above all Insist on a cigar--free of the spit germ.