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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 15 · 1937 NINE TROJANS PLAY PIONEER FROSH TUESDAY Four Scraps Come to End Champions Honored County Cage Meets Draw to Close. as WINNEBAGO COUNTY At Thompson. Saturday Games. SEMIFINAL--CLASS B S c a r v i l l e 22; I.ela»il 1C. H a k e 30; Thompson 10. FI.VAL ROUND--CLASS B M a k e I S ; S c i r v i l l e i i . CLASS A I t n i r a l D Center 2.'; Lake M i l l s l:l. n i i l h ( ' n r ) p PALO ALTO MEET Al Emmclsbnrff. .Saturday ;anie.-;. S K M 1 F 1 N A I . I t O I J N I ) 'Isliiirr l l c s e ^ v e ^ ;i'I: Hodm ven 2(1; C u r l e w :.'K. F I N A L n O U N I I C ' O . V S O L A T I O N : R o i t m a n '.'.'*. C H A M P I O N S H I P rff Kcserve^ ."0; R l l l l i v WORTH COUNTY MEET At Norllnvootl. S a t u r d a y Games. flXAI, EOUA'I) C O N S O L A T I O N N o r l h w o o d a l l ; F c r l l l c H i . C H A M P I O N S H I P I v c n s e i t "7; I l a i i l o n l o w l i £0, COUNTY MEET Al St. Ansgar. Satnrilay Games. SUBCONSOLAT1ON* Carpenter :Xl J l l t c h e l l 12. SUSIIFINAL ROL1NI1 SI. A l i s i t a r 2ij; R i q e v l l l e 3. O r c h a r d ;JD; O l r a i i t o !l. FINAL K O U N I ) C O N S O L A T I O N Osare K; Carpenter IB. C H A B 1 P 1 O X 5 H I V St. A n s E r a r ^5i Orchard IX. Four Novth' Iowa counties saw championship basketball teams earn their honors Saturday night, as county tournaments came to ;\ close at Thompson, Emmetsburg, St. Ansgar and Northwood. Buffalo Center's favored Class A team won the Winnebago county crown, defeating Lake Mills 25 to 13 at Thompson, while Rake toott Class B honors in the same meet by beating Scarville 18 to 8. Championship and runncrup trophies were given the tour top teams, and Thompson's cagers received the sportsmanship award. Emmetsburg's reserves won their own tournament as they defeated Huthven 30 to 22 in the Palo Alto final at Emmetsburg. Kensett defeated Hanlontown, 27 to 20 to take the Worth county title at Northwood Saturday night, while Northwood beat Fertile 36 to 16 in a consolation game played with juggled lineups because of the night's heavy snow. Part of Fertile's squad was unable to reach Northwood in the blizzard, while .the players who did arrive came after the champion-r ship contest had been played. The consolation game was played with three regulars and two reserves from each squad, by agreement. Mr.' and 'Mrs. 'G. 1 - B. Burtness housed 14 of the storm-staid players and spectators at their home, and other residents provided room for still more, who were unable to return home in the storm. St. Ansgar defended its Mitchel! county title by beating Orchard 35 to 18 on the Saint court Saturday night, while Riceviile won consolation honors, stopping Olranto 29 to 27. Osage won the subconsola- tion trophy, beating Carpenter 32 to 19. Prep Cagers Lose on NEWTON OUTFIT Bread, Butter Teams to TAKES CONTEST ON LAST RALLY Fletcher, Gorman Waved Out on Fouls Before Birds Sew Up Tilt. Robbery? X K \VTO.\~ -- ·:.'. s V\Vnre t ( r ) A w l r y I ---- C.rlTii r ..... l l a r ' n h r o n k c tliclicy f . . M r C l c l l a m l r At Y. M. C. A. Gym. S a t u r d a y Gaints. F I R S T R O U N l l M A R . -SWIFT-- :*« JllKITT H O ' T K T S -- 1] f? ft pf! rg tt P r ;u» f - ] CCimmiil f 1 it n i t e r f I 41 (I ["ctersnn f |» n n m i u r r ; * : i r M c C r n r m l c k r %' '1 X u n d l y o 1 U ' i ; H a \ t r r f o I) II u'kj; K I 1 r i j I t y t K t m c -1 :« ^ r i r t i i i c 1 t l II l l i n r i c k \ c ( 1 1 1 rille * I 1 l l J d l i i i s n n E n (I I j C t a r k f n u ; [.(Hcnhismi K n i l 0 11 :(TAI-S . 1 1 (i | i l | T O T A l , S Scor? b y i n n l n p * ; M a r s h n l l n n i l Su-ifl . . . . . f i U TOTALS . . . 1 1 11 MASOX CITY -- Jfl Sliuls FCi IT FTM I II i u W a l l a c e ( . . . IS Htiir t ...... s Ti orman c . . . . I* \V. Wooil E . Ill rTlther 5 (e) 'i Cookmaii f . i G. Wood 5 .. 1 i II n Minnesota Runs to Win Over Cyclones MINNEAPOLIS, (ff)--The University of Minnesota opened its indoor track season here Saturday with a 54 to 50 victory over Iowa State of the Big Six. Iowa Hopes for New Crown Soar in Meet IOWA CITY, (/P)--The .University of Iowa's hopes for tiic Big Ten gymnastics title soared following the Hawkeyc's victory over Minnesota, 193G champion, here Saturday night, l.OlO'/i lo 1,004 ',2. Allison High Cagers Win Shell Rock Test ALLISON--Allison high school's basketball team defeated Shell Rock 25 to II here Saturday night. Reenfs .scoring 10 points to lead the winners, while Cain paced Shell Hock with 7. The Shell Rock reserves won 16 to 13. ANOTHER BIG EVENT AT DAMON'S COMING SOON! TOTALS . . . . 17 7 ', Ii 17 IH Score hy quartern: NUWTON B 111 r; w M A S O N CITY ^ !l i:i 111 O f f i c i a l s : Ilcferce. Len \Viutcr.s ( G r i n i i e l O ; u m i i i r e , Bull K n o x U)es .^loincs). N f f W T O N -- Newton high school's cagers, recently dubbed the "Robers" of the central lows conference, came from behind in the last two minutes of pUty Saturday n i g h t to down Mason City 25 to 19 in a game that had a thrill packed finish. The Mohawks, sluggish early in the contest, grabbed a 14 to 12 lead immediately following tiic third quarter recess and were holding a 19 to 16 lead before the local ballhawks pulled one of their story-book rallies out of the bag. Everett Fletcher, Mason City guard, and Howard Gorman, center, were lost by the four foul route late in the final quarter as the Cardinals staged their uprising. Vance Wymore, Cardinal forward, split the net from the side court to pare the Mohawk lead to 19 to 18 with four minutes oC the game remaining and two minutes later Cleo Hardenbrook poked in a follow shot to put the local quintet ahead, 20 to 19. Dale Awtry drilled in close for a basket.and; Fletcher was charged witli his fourth foul of the game soon afterwards. Following a free throw by Wymore, Lelancl Huff twice missed close shots, with the crowd . in an uproar, and then Gorman was sent to the bench because of fouls. Less than 30 seconds of the game remained and Hardenbrock hit the ring again to ice the decision. In Third Place MASON f j i r r rts. W A T K l t L O O WEST . n c c k e r i D c i k r : r{ K"' p o u n d s ] l i r e . ( O v e r t i m e ) W a J l c r | M a r i l x II ncc. r»:tv: i :,-, pounds Draw j 10.*! iiotmris I . . . , Lccu*ri{;hLJ,f c i i s c i i - . . : t US. pounds j D e c . 3:3(1 :i O. T h o n i p s o u j F u i i k 0 . Dec. ''1:18 | |;W (muiidi II C'alicchEiij|»ortcr ^ IIM [in n nils j Dec. I;:;:; a . . .r. T l i D m p s c n J M c C r i c l i l fl IJec. ,1:«K ] 11.~ p n u n d - ; Tail, 1:-lu . | I'M poumts' J(J.» poiiiuK - ' | Dec. H:i'! ' (1 l , r a k c ] J o i n c s . .. rt Hc,n-y \ ncc. S:l» l-»'-i TOTALS . . . HUs H c / c r c e : M a y n a r r i H a r m o n (I. S. T. C,). Mason City high school, by the margin of a single point, was tumbled down to third place in the Big Four conference wrestling standings for the season as the Mohawks lost to Waterloo Wcsl Saturday'nighl. Thc.Old Rose team broke a second place tie by win- BIG FOUR STANDINGS Final Wrestling- W L Pel. Fort Dodge Z 0 1.001) Waterloo West . . . .2 1 .667 MASON CITY 1 2 .333 Waterloo East 0 3 .000 Saturday Result WEST 161/,; MASON CITY 15J,-i ning 16Vs to 15'/. in a match that saw only one fall and went to the heavyweight event before it was settled. Tom Rumeliote was the only Mohawk to score a fall, winning his 155 pound event in 1:49. Cecil Molt, wrestling to a draw in the ·105 pound class, and John Decker, who lost a tough 85 pound bout on a referee's decision a f t e r an overtime period, provided feature matches. The Mohawk reserves won 28 to 20 in a preliminary match, racking up five falls and a decision, Bull! Carman, Floyd Johnson, Howard Buffington, Ross Anderson and Bert Roberts gained the falls, while Jim Pederson earned a decision to sweep all classes but 125, 135 and 155 pounds, while Harlan Alitz dropped another overtime match in the latter weight. WINGS, LEAVES TIE. DETROIT, (UP)--The world champion Detroit Red Wings and the Toronto Maple Leafs fought lo a 3 to 3 tic in an ovcrlime Nat i o n a l ' l e a g u e hockey game Sunday n i g h l before a season's record crowd of IS.SOO. Top Tuesday Cage Tests Bakers Meet Rosedale in* Second Night of Big Cage Tourney. Js T OKTH IOWA 3 11) r i t t l U t l e i i l n U ........ , Tree throws tnl-stnd: Marshall and iU'ift a; JJritl Holtentols 6. IUANLONTOWX-- sn ff U p f j If ft M 1 * :i|Encksoii f ^ ;t i ^ I I J M r l h u * t I n l R I (J[Fnrncss c :i I I 2 it XlPztton g 1 ^ - 1 : i t i r i i i i i i i i A s 2 ;i 3 t II Sf TABST--1C Tracy f rtalhfason f Kwcck'yTM Barr E TOTALS l!l X S c o r e hy quart er.-s: absi .................. Hi i x r.i l l a i i t o n t n \ v n . . . . ....... :; 17 ^1 Tree throws m i s s e d : I'absl K; l l a u l town U, IO\VAXAS--:i7 re n - r o l l r M n i i n a f W h i t e t RlmU c X c K o t i c S h e l l K r f t i r i c t i m \ V a t f c s \DRY C U K U -- 1 0 i /p ft pr ^ (1 I [ S u m m e r s f I) n l) Ct II 4 l ] J . A V c i l x l f 41 II I :: 0 l [ K a r a m i t r n s t 0 t II n i n;n, \Vcitii i it ii -4 II 0 0 | H n f l c r n I i p i f i t i n t: ·^ n n;joiins»ii TOTALS I; :l aiTOTALS Sf.prr. by q u a r t e r s : Ory Cure . Free t h r o Cnre ;l. n ii fi i u :: l ii 1 n u i n » n s n "j s missed: l o w a n n s (i: l)ry Diamond Bread meets Rosedale Creamery quintet of Fort Dodge at 9 o'clock Tuesay night in what PLAN EXTRA GAME The Carrott Hardwares of Rockford and Iowa Falls' Shamrocks, prevented from playing on Saturday night's program by snow-filled highways, will meet at o'clock Tuesday night as a Jive-game program gels under way. The. game is a Class A contest. appears to bo the outstanding game of the second session of play in the seventh annual North Iowa Independent basketball tournament, sponsored by C. W. "Chuck 1 Gasswint and C. H. "Chuck" Lennan. It will be the first meeting for the two clubs this season. Rosedale's five lost a hard fought contest to Marshall and Swift of Mason City at Fort Dodge a few weeks ago. Membership of the Dodger team consists largely of former high school and junior college stars. In another Class A game Tuesday night the Oliver Tractors, of Charles City play Corn Country of Mason Cily at 10 o'clock, with the local five given a slight edge. Raiders Play Eagles. Hayfield's Black Raiders run up against the Hampton White .Eagles in a Class B tilt set for 8 o'clock and in the opening game, to be played at 7 o'clock, Decker's Canned Meats will be matched against the Fertile Indians in another Class B game. Saturday night's opening games ran true to form, with Marshall and Swift's fast quint eliminating last years consolation champions, the Brill Tottentots, 28 to 21; (tie defending championship Pabst five romping over Hanlontown 46 to 30, while Decker's lowanas defeated the Decker Dry Cure five 27 to 16. Francis Brouwer, former Iowa State Teachers college eager, scored 13 points to lead the successful Cleaner attack which put the Britt five out of 'the tournament in the opening round. Rydsnn Back Agrain. For the Hottentots, Center Tec! Rydson, all-tourney man Jasl year, was high man with 11 points. The Cleaners led 6 to 2 at the quarter, increased their margin to 15 to 6 at the half and were aheac 22 to 13 when the 'third quartei ended. Ole Brunsvold paced the Pabst quint, out to defend the laurels won in 1936, to a 46 to 30 victory over HanJontown Hawks. Cy Kopecky dropped in four from the field and Maury Zander made good on a trio of fieldgoals and one free throw. Furness was high man for K n n U m l o w n with If points. , Hold Early Lead. There was never any doubt as to Ihe outcome of the contest, will- Ihc Mason-Cityans leading 10 to .' at the quarter, 18 to 17 at the hall and 34 to 21 at the three-quarter mark. Decker's lowanas eliminated another Decker entry, the Dry Cures, 27 to 1C in the-other game played Saturday night. The lowanas led 7 to 2 at the quarter 13 to 4 at the half and 19 to 12 as the third quarter ended. Eiwin Snell and George Wolfe were the big guns of the lowana attack, each making three goals and n charity toss for seven poin totals. Demo Karamitros was higl man for Die game, the Dry Cun. forward scoring six times fron Ihe f i e l d in garnering 12 points. Wins Old Crown WILLIS TATTON RATION TAKE STAT Mason Cityan Again Holds Y Court Crown After Tourney Victory. Willis Patton, who held the tide last in 1935, won the slate singles championship Saturday night in the a n n u a l Y. M. C. A. handball batlle at Cedar Rapids. Patton defeated Paul Nissen of Ames, 2116, 21-16, in the final match. Tlie Mason Cityan disposed oC Don Stcffa, defending champioi: and former local boy in a ho three games, 21-10, 20-22 and 2112, to get through the. scmifina round, after - beating Harris Coggcshall of DCS Moines, mid- west tennis star, 11-21, 21-5, 21-6 Roger Patton was defeated in the first round of singles, 21-12 21-11, by OHb Ambrox o£ Cedai Rapids, while Mickey MacDonald and Ivan A. Barnes lost to Ralph Harley and Van Thompson of DCS Moines in the doubles, dropping a second round match 21-5, 21-14. Bob Walters and Roger Patton lost their opening doubles match to Bob Good and Dick Bringolf ot DCS Moines, 21-5,'21-15. Wilfong and Bolterman, Cedar Rapids pair, won the doubles championship. The Pattpn-Steffa match was a real championship conlesl, according to Mason City observers, but should have gone to Palton ill two games. A hindrance ruling prevented Patton from scoring the game point. Ho ran out quickly in the last match to \vin his way to the final. The entire Mason City group was entertained at dinner Saturday night by the tournament sponsors. LEADERS FACE CRUCiAL GAME Illinois to Play Purdue in Star Big Ten Contest;' Iowa Is Loser. CHICAGO, (UP)--Illinois has dug in for a stormy siege agains Purdue Monday in what may b the deciding battle of Ihe mos bitter Big Ten basketball campaign of the decade. If the fiery Illini can crack the Boilermaker jinx for the seconc time this year, the title should be theirs. Minnesota, however, wii assume the lead and w i t h it the favorite's role if Purdue knock off the flying leaders. Both Illinois and Purdue raced t h r o u g h conference opponents Saturday night. The league leaders won their sixth in a row a Chicago. 34 to 26, Purdue crushcc Iowa the second time around, 5 to 29. I n t h e re main ing lea.uiie games Minnesota added Ihc f i f t h lo it* siring at Wisconsin, .17 lo 32 ant Ohio State defeated I n d i a n a , 48 t 44. Marquette U Tutor to Take New Place CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., (UP --Frank J. Murray, scholarly coach of Marquette University's victorious football teams since 1922, has been appointed beat football coach at the University o Virginia. The appointment was expectec lo stimulate the football portunc; of Virginia, well on the losing sidi of the record in recent seasons The Cavaliers won bill Iwn of nine games in in.16. DAVEY AT HEAD OF KEG LEAGUE AS ROUND ENDS Second Third of Schedules Complete as City Fives Bowl Sunday Ticket. CITY L E A G U E S T A N D I N G S Second R o u n d Final. Hush Davey and Son (in 18 18 .157 2 K o z y Korner fir, II ^,1 .li-il tit; :r.' :;( lit! -in :|X .t M o n s e Lodge Tyler-llyan r u r n l t l i r e (ill Decker's O f f i c e lie C o l i l e u G l o w Maptc. Inn O l d T i m e r s l l l l l e l l i h b o i ) . . , . S t n d d a r i l ' s II e r m a n s n n H a i r y Decker's 1'lant Hugh Davey and Son, stepping ip to first place w i t h t h e opening l i g h t ot the second , round and winding up with a three game vic- .ory in a full list of Sunday games, leJd .first place Monday after City league bowling teams had completed a big day on the local al- .eys. The Davcys held first place .hrough the entire second round chedule. Tyler-Ryan, stepping out of the cellar to climb to fourth position CITY I , K A i U E G A M E S Monday Schedule. A l l e y s 1-^--ICoiy Korner vs. B l u r l l l t b « M . : i - 4 -- l l i i c l i U a v e y and Son vs. M o o s e L n i l r . r . 7-H--Oil! T i m e r s vs. SlnililarrTc. E-GAZETTE iPORTS Local Cagers Win Games at Own Court on Sunday Holy Family Paced by Big*Johawks Beat Patricks at Center as Marians Go Down in Tussles. Northside Doubleheader as Squad Shares in Scoring. . , . and Southside I I O I . V I ' A M I L Y -- t l S T . - M A I I V ' S -- " . I It II I'll It II |if C. 7 . i r ; l e r f :l ' I I T a l l i n f 11 II I I . a l i f h l i i i f · u : ! : K e l l v I i II 1 ! l l n c K e s f :t II : l ; I t . S t n r r k i; ;1 I I n i n r r . R f i r i o f I II " . C a r p e n t e r i: n 0 II ' M i l c h r c K I M l ' h i l l i n s c n i l D u r i i e l t r n II I | C . S t o r r k r ·; I II C a v a n a n e l i K :i n i v i l r n d l ^ a n x :i 1 I tlrasscr i; II II l l j II. / . i i - f l r r r I n ll| M u r i i l i y f II n I i T O T A L S ?JI '-i !)|TI)TAI.S II) I 3 H«nrc al h a l f ; J l o l y F a m i l y 1 1 ; S t . M a r y ' s I I . Free t h r o w s missed: H o l y F a m i l y n; St. Mary'i B. PftOBABLE LINEUPS HOLY FAMII.V S 1 V A L K U A L E (jKrrull, M c I . a i l E l i l l n Coach R u b i n s t i n C. /.ieclcr I' E d i l y U n B l i e s , r P n l s i t o r r e r M u e l i e C 1' Cav.iimtieh fj Ward I I . y.iricltr {', Tracy T I 3 I K : 7 n'rlock. T U E S D A Y I'LACI-;: Holy T a m i l y h i g l i school. by winning 23 oul ot i l s 3:1 games, was (he surprise outfit of the rounrl. High scores Sunday were turned in by Cottage Grill-Blue Ribbon, which rolled 2,881; Waller Bender of the Old Timers, who had a (J02 series, and Chuck Gunderson of the Hermanson Dairy, who had a 23fi single. The Blue Ribbons won the day's prize money, while William Tyler of Tyler-Ryan had the best prize series plus handicap, at 036 pins, and Gunderson's single and handicap, totaling 258 slicks, was good for first money in the singles. (»OI.I)I:N GLOW Flayers-- 1st 2nd ;ircl Tolal A-. S«':i[ford irill ir,H I 7 K I X I i Hi'.: IliK I III ir7 "171 i:K K i a l l l : l j I-.J7 t~,7 .Vil T i l l K a i l c l i l f c . . . . . . . I!MI 1H:| L'UI ",·! I J J 1 A c t u a l P i n s . . 7[ill 711:1 e8 | « M ; i K l l U a n i l i c n L . . . . I- I 1 : t'l l^ili |-^ T O T A L T I N S . Kll Kitt »'jn ;:siiu «,-,(; H U G H D A V L V A X I » S O N :rs-- 1st. ::ml ;;rd Total Av. 1711 I K K !!53 1 R I M « c Shan Collins lley .: A r . l u a l I'in^ l l n n t l l c a i i . . TOTAL TINS 111:1 JKS 1 7 1 ^l-i ' 'illll I!W lltl) jjijj tsr^ 7 I IT IT ii I'laycrs-- l i n n c l a i r e Hiiiisori x'f H a l l I I M Wol.shft . . . . . . . . . ^1! IScniehan . . . . . . ^IC A c t u a l I M n s . . !llii Haml[ca| . . . . Ill Total t^l 037 TOTAL 1'IKS DLX 1'layc.s-- l l a l d n f . . ' . ' . . ' . ' . H a i l d y \ V l i i l n e « C. K a u f m a n . a] ..111:11 '.an :HI Kl'MfS 1'I.ANT Tolal fi'.'X iu!j IHK ir,.-i 17 i r j !»·: mil] A v . inr H'JB TOTAL I'LS'S . . H l l l i f l l l l l Dill 2110 Total TVLI:R-IIVAN 1*1 -Jntl :lrd no ;;iii 175 I'laycrT. T y l e r A c t u a l I ' i n s .. 7:i:l !)l:l S I S H a n d i c a p SI .-,1 -,| TOTAL T I N S .. « I 7 rD7 K7i JIOOSK i.oncii: Tlayers-- f-'crrias II. i l i i m n l i r e y Clause] D l i n t o n lierry -IK:C r»l I ni}r Av. T O T A L P I N S ii-;cKi;n's UFFICK 1'laycrs-- Isl rinil ;irH n n k r r 117 | r; tf,K I f l l.'ri IGK '1M tis'» I R I I 17."i ITtli Acllljl] I'ini .. K1.1 ".ill K l l . IOR 10R H)K 11:1 iil7 T o t a l |;(7 l l a n c l l r a o TOTAL TINS P l a y e r s -Kolh !IS!I HV.t f)IU O L D T I M E R S Isl 2nd :trd IKK ^1,1 I.-.7 I'.fl . A ila ms , , ..... Ucixder ....... A e l i i . i l Pinsi I l a n d i c a [ . . T O T A L PI.VS . . I l l 120 1 1 7 I5S J ID IK!) 2:!l 17!) .-i-.'ll ·IKtl Total .111) K'.l 17 111:1 I K K'jr INK S T O I I D A I t f ' S M ^ l l d :lr.I ir,r, i.-,.-, I.-..T I l l 1 7 1 1 I X I I 111 IIM l:ln l i t ; P U j e n l i \ f l t ....,'.'.. U i l r y x t r t i l i l a r r t . . . . . S r e l A r l i r a l I'ins T O T A L I 1 INS »».· !.Vl Hdl M A P l . i : I N N 1'layers-- I s ! rind :inl R y a n I f t H ^H'i J 7 n T o l a l ir,.-; .Y^f .-,.-·: - .in · J I 7 I 1-X IMorhs Ilalier Powell 187 I K |,V! lr,^ I H H ir.I !!);! KM ins A c t u a l Pins .. 870 77[l Handicap A8 fiti 38 TOTAL PINS . !ttH S37 OOD H E R M A N S O N nATH1 Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd Krunihliolz JBfl 1HI 177 namber tfiR 1 1 1 1 0 7 I.eaman I.Tr; l:ii; 1.5S 7underson 1 7 H 151 2:ifi rnrp1ie\v . . . . . . . l l ! lr»7 J70 A c t u a l P i n s .. x n ",~1 Ri:i TOTAL PI.VS K O X Y KOP.NKR Ul r:iut :ird ..... i:!) 701 Ml Total ,-,r,n .137 S3!) 'JTO1 Total n i l .|l!) Its 5lifi «7,-,:i Tnlal . l O K A I V K t i -- - ! 7 |ST. PAT'S -- 1 3 tt ft t l [ | V . D n u t h ' t y f I i ·! l l a l r k f ^ n I l l f l e a r y I I I I f ' o y l e f II 11 c r . l e n s e n e. I 'i -i C i i l l n l n n f ^ II i r i l o l a n i 1 I I II Clnilr. f I II Hi l l n g a n z n II I . M a i l d e n c I I TM ! | ( . D m i c l i ' l y K II fl I I'elrrsnn r I 'J :l] J a r n s h t r t II '.'] T O T A L S fj :i K ^ T O T A L S 1 .1 7 Score at h a l f : Johawks l o i SI. Pat's 7. R e f e r e e : Ced C o n n e l l y . SHIPLEY TO GET STARTERS' POST IN LOCAL SCRAP Jaysees Have Four Losses in 13 Games, None in Own Competition. PROBABLE LINEUPS M A S O N CITY OUINNELI. S U T H E R L A N D . . . C o a c h . . . TIIUKSDALK IV M u r r i i o Usher r S n e l l . . l l e r l . . . S l i i - n k l e r (; \ · I ' l J I K : 7 r l S . T I T . S I 1 A V n l t h t . P I . A C K : .Majin C i l y h l r h s c h o o l . S E A S O N ' S S C O T l l X i " ; S l i n l s I ' l l r"l FTM . a n c f 1XK Itt ?li * h p r r-f-|t I I J 7 -IX I I iif II I-C.-K . J 1 1 ·;; is ert E 77 :!· ^ l i e c k t e r a . rill ·!!! ]n Holy Family high'school got an early lead, saw St. Mary's of Kmmelsburg lie the score as a full lineup of reserves played the second period ot a Sunday afternoon basketball game, and then sent the regulars inlo action to rout the Marians, 4'1 lo 24, on the Norlhsldcr courl. The Holy Family slartcrs . built up a 12 to 4 lead at the first period's end, but the Emmetsburg Harps pushed Ihe score to 14-14 at the half while Ihe Norlhsider reserves wore getting a single field goal. In the second h a l f . Jack Muchc pushed the Mason Cityans far in front as lie.stretched in seven field goals on fast breaks, adding up a total of 17 points in 14 minutes on the court, while the Holy Family defense men held the visitors to a pair ot baskets. I n a reserve contest, Holy Family won '2C to 2, the visiting stiuacl opening the scoring with a basket, and getting few shots and no points thereafter. Holy Family goes inlo action again Tuesday night, meeting Swalcdale here in three contests. Tim high school first and reserve (cams will piny, while the junior high school squads will also meet in the first appearance ot the Northside youngsters on a basketball program Ihis season. The contest was moved up from Friday because of the change in dates of the Cerro Gordo county tournament. With every Johawk starter breaking into the scoring, St. Joseph's high school cagers defeated St. Patrick's of. Dougherty here Sunday afternoon in a doubleheader, the first stringers winning 27 to 19, while the Little Johawks took a 17 to 13 decision. The outcome of the contest was never in doubt after the South- siders opened up in the first half, to grab a lead of 15 to 7 as every starter found the ring at least once. · The Johawks will meet Kensett in a cloubleheader at the local court Thursday night, with the varsity game beginning at 8 o'clock. The games had originally been booked for Friday, but were moved up to Thursday through a late change in schedule. Ledyard Indies Win in Bancroft Tussle LEDYARD--The Lcdyard Independents won a victory from Bancroft on the local floor Friday n i g h t , 44 to 22. Moulton and Warner led the locals and Lichliter was high man for Bancroft. Waterloo East Wins in Comet Gage Test CHARLES CITY--Waterloo East high soundly trounced Charles City at Waterloo Saturday night, 37 to 14, with Goehrig and Spears leading the attack. Maurice Meurer led Charles City with three field goals. The Charles City reserves defeated the Waterloo East reserves in a c u r t a i n raiser, 18 to lii. .1. l l n n r a n W. D i i n c a Sillier.* ....... 17:1 -HZ 1!^ F. D u n c a n Kill IR1 1 !' : H a n d i c a p . . . . lill fill lill TOTAL I'i.VK .. KSII !)«,! 8(17 I v, l.-il i nr ifii If'i ·w,x FACE BATTLES 22 Games Listed for Week as Stale Schools Play Heavy Schedules. DES MO1NES, (/P) -- Twenty- two yames, including two home Big Ten contests for the University ot Iowa, arc on this week's stale collegiate basketball program The Hnwkcyes, who couldn" match Purdue's sensational shooting and lost 54 to 23, Saturday nighl, were listed with the surprising Minnesota team at Iowa City Monday. Wisconsin, a second division club with a percentage only a little better t h a n the Hawkcyes will come to Iowa City Saturdaj night. Drake, very much in the running for the Missouri valley title will get a severe test Friday nighl when the Bulldogs play Crcighton at Omaha. Coach Bill Williams' loam defeated the Jays 43 to 42 in an overtime game at DCS Moines. Iowa Stale, still seeking its firsl Big Six victory, will battle Oklahoma at Norman. The Cyclones lost to Kansas, '11 to 28, at Lawrence Saturday night. Ten Iowa conference games are on the week's schedule. Luther, the league leader, will play Uppci Iowa at Fayollc Tuesday night. Columbia, second plnce team, will entertain Parsons at Dubuque Saturday night. Coe of the midwest circuit has nn Illinois trip this week-end. The Kohawks will meet Monmouth al Monmouth Friday night, and will move over to Galcsburg Saturday to play Knox. Iowa Beats Chicago, Meets Purple Squad KVANSTON, 111.. (»')_.The University of Iowa's Big Ten championship s w i m m i n g team will invade the Northwestern pool. The Hnwkoycs opened their trip with n 44 to 40 victory over the University of Chicago Saturday night. Shlpy M i l l e r P i s is; \ l l l l ' o n r.-f-r, c ... lubbard I . :: l e r b e i i c r [ . Ill l l'i n it. C. Totals (i-li IHIi O|it. Totals . tiS'J I.VJ I,Mi stii S E A S O N ' S K K C O R D Diamond Krcad lit; Trojans ^8. Trojans r » t : A l n i u n i Z'J. Trojans Hi; D i a m o n d Brcail L. . V i n l f . i l l .mil Sirltt .'!*; Trojans Carleton Freshmen L'K: Troj: Trojans 37; I'r/rl Oouie :!B. Trojans :tll; L n t l i c r Reserves 27. Trojan* tl; M a r s l t a l l l o w n ::K. Trojans - I I ; L u l h c r Reserves :ix. Trojans :i.-,; I - M h r r v i l l c ··-,. Carletoij l-'re.shiiicu - J 7 ; Trojans Trojans Ji; K s t h e r v l l l c :i I. Trojans Ii7; M a r s l i a l l l D i v i i :tl. The Trojans are picking them ough again Tuesday nighl. With four losses in 13 games as a sea- ion record, and no deCeats in j u n or college competition, the Mason -ity Jaysees are going to meet jrinncll's freshmen in a single tome contest, booked to start at 7:45 on the local hardwood. The Grinncll freshman team, as other Pioneer outfits have done annually since the Trojans started playing host to the yearling squads, will bring home a native son of North Iowa in Tuesday's game. This time it's a member oC Mason City's state champion high school basketball squad, Jack Shipley, who also played with the Mohawks last season, when they were runnersurj lo Ames in the Iowa tournament. Shipley will be installed in his regular berth, at forward, when the Little Pioneers play here Tuesday night. With him will be Mark Morrison, (he sharpshooter who helped to bring Grinncll high school through a season w i t h o u t a defeat, except an all-important loss to Mason City, in the final gnme of the state t o u r n a m e n t of 1!)35. Another native of Grinncll is Bob Covey, who appears at guard for the freshman team, while James Nash, all-stater from Central of Sioux Cily, who also faced the Mohawks of past seasons, will play in the other o'efcnse position. Bob Miller will fill the center assignment. The Trojans, fresh from their victory over Marshalltown last Friday nighl, when they won 37 to 24, will toss the same lineup of standbys into action in the Tuesday night contest. Gale Lane, Le- lancl Usher and Gale Sncil will play the front line jobs, while Henry "Hun" Ifert and Lorcn Shccklcr team in the bnckcourt. Drake Romps to Win Over Missouri Team DES MOINES, (/P)--Drake's strong track team romped over Missouri, 72 to 32, in a dual meet here Saturday nighl. OUT of the PRESSBOX -BY AL MITCHELL- SPRING PARADE TO SOUTH BEGINS FOR BIG LEAGUES This week will mark the beginning of baseball's annual parade to spring training camps . . . First departures will be made by the New York Ginnts . . . who leave for Havana Wednesday and the P h i l a d e l p h i a Athletics' bntterymcn who entrain for Mexico City . By March 1 most major leaguers will be at their conditioning grounds. Only two other clubs have new camps . . . the St. Louis Browns" move from West Palm Beach, Fia., to San Antonio, Texas, and the St. Louis Cards drop Bradenton for Daylona Beach, Fla. The Cinc i n n a t i Reds . . . who t r a i n e d a couple of weeks last year in Puerto Rico . . . will re.sinnc al Tampa, Fin. 'V * * t « * Now, w i l h baseball';; off-reason d r a w i n g In a dose, Ihc mm whn own and run Ihe major league clubs, face t h e i r greatest diff i c u l t y . . , soothing Ihcir holdout players and a r g u i n g their demands for higher salaries. ^ ' :i * * « * Foremost amongst the clubs with holdout troubles are the world champion New York Yankees. Col. Jacob Ruppcrt has had five of his star players . . . Outfielder Joe DiMaggio, First Baseman Lou Gehrig, Pitchers Red R u f f i n g and Lefty Gomez iind Outfielder Jake- Powell . . . return their contracts unsigned. Gome2 returned his contract without comment . . . the other four have asked almost double the salaries tendered. The most adamant will be Gehrig who wants $50,000 and has been offered $31,000. * " t * « t Other major teams with serious holdouts are . . . The St. Louis Cardinals witli the perennial Dizzy Dean; the Cleveland Indians wilh Earl Avcrill, Johnny Allen and Willis H u d l i n ; the Chicago While Sox w i l h Zckc Bonurn . . . and the G i a n t s w i t h H a n k Lieber · a # · ,; s 0 AT MEXICO CITV . . . (he Philadelphia A's will t r a i n h i h c r above sea level t h a n any oilier major k.-aguc c l u b . . . back home, t h e y ' l l probably f i n i s h f a r t h e r below it limn anybody else INSURANCE MAJONCITV American Made Watch for Boys Smart Looking Watch WATCHES DIAMOND 3 Wcsr State

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