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GENEVA, HANLONTOWN WIN IN_B_SECTION ~ HAYFIELD BEATS X _ MOHAWKS INITIAL IN BATTLE ST.ANSGAR Defeat Lions 31-21 in Poor Display of Shooting; Clear Lake Wins. M ASON'CITY won" the first; game in the class A 1 division of the sectional tourney by outclassing St. Ansgar, 31 to 21, here Thursday night. The Mohawks were off on shooting.. Halverson, St. Ansgar, was high point man of the game with six field goals and five free throws. GrelR .starred for Mason City with six field goals. The first quarter was the premier of the game but Mason City's shooting and fioorwork went into a slump after this. The Mohawks were leading, 17 to 8, at the half. Besides the work of Grelk, a fairly good showing was rriacJe.by Suter with 4 field goals. Mason City was scheduled at S o'clock Friday night with the winner of the Mauiy-Iiockford clash. MASON CITY--SI FG FT PF Snter, f Chaff in, I Cortlle, f ' Detra, f Grelk, c Fink, c Billmun, g Parrott, S - TS CARNERA WINS DECISION FROM MALQNEY NEWS FROM TRAINING CAMPS 4 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 I) 0 0 0 0 0 Totals Substitutions: 15 9 Chaffin for Sutnr, Detra for Cordle, Finlc for GrclU, Stoccker for Parrott, Cordle for Detra, Detra for Cordle, Chaff.in for Detra. ST. ANSGAR -- 31 Tribbesce, f Gordon, f 1'arker, c Hulvursoii, g Huckburth, g FG FTPF 1 1 0 5' 0 0 Totals 7 i Substitutions: Enneberg for Trib bcsce. Referee--Ludd, Pomeroy, Umpire--Billings, Upper lawn. Clear Lake-Nora Springs Clear Lake defeated Nora Springs 34 to 15 in a listless battle in the .final game of the class A division of he sectional tourney at; the high .ichool ^Thursday eyenins.,raie i Lalffi Lions led, -17 to'.-4, at ,the half; but Nora Springs rallied in the third quarter to close with a fairly rfi spectable score. Joe Jensen was the high point man of the Clear Lake aggregation with 8 field v goals and a free toss Nora Springs' players divided honors evenly for the contest. Clear. Lake was scheduled at 9 o'clock Friday night with the winner of the Garner-Northwood clash. CLEAR LAKE--31 J, ,Tcnsen, f . Garlock, c . Hniintt, g . · · Anderson, g Jensen, g - · · FG FT FF 8 2 1 3 1 0 Totals Substitutions: 4 for FG FTPF 35 Peterson Jensen, Callanan for Biggs, Leonard for Gariock. Luick for Hannn, Jensen for Anderson. NORA SPRINGS-- 15 Seaver, f . . ......... Murphy, f . ......... Finjrleson, c' ........ Butler, g .......... Gratius, g ...... ---Billings, g .......... 0 g 0 I 0 0 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SAN ANTONIO--Ed Roush, New York Giant outfielder, who has been holding out since before the start of the 1930 season, has been reinstated but the next move is still doubtful. The camp is well sup- lied with good outfielders and .here is some idea that Roush may e a trifle rusty after a season's ayoff. * . * * ST. PETERSBURG--Babe Ruth plays first base during the early season practice games instead of occupying right field, his customary MSt, with the New York Yankees. He believes the bending and stretch, ing necessary to get the often wild throws from the other infielders helps him in the task of bringing his waistline down to its mid-season proportions. KOBINSON PLEASED WITH JACK QTJINN CLEAKWATEK, Fla. -- Wither Robinson, Brooklyn manager, ii well pleased with the early season pitching o£ Jack Quinn, the ven erable spitballer. "Quinn ought t help us get away to a fast start, Robinson commented. ft :3 * FOXX, COCH11ANE BELIEVE SIGNED FORT MYERS, Fla.--Reports, officially unconfirmed, but accepted here generally as true, were heard at the Philadelphia.Athletics training camrj Friday that Manager Connie Mack had signed Jimmy Foxx, slugging first baseman, and Mickey Cochrane, star catcher, to three year contracts." There was no intimation as to the .financial terms. j?HiTjjjEs : ctAiN : ';'".' ' ' ' '·".'·'"·' INFIELDERS; LOSE HTJRLEK WINTER HAVEN, Fla.--Manager Burt Shotton, of the Phillies, had gained two infielders and lost a pitcher. Friday. Barney Friberg and Pinkey Whitney, veteran members of the club, reported at the training camp Thursda'y and Chester Nichols left for his home in Woonsocket, R. I. Nichols 1 pitching arm has been giving him trouble since last season. * f- * STREET BELIEVES NEW BALL WILL TRAVEL BRADENTON, Fla.---The new National league baseball will travel just as far as the old one, Gabby Street, manager of the St. Louis Cardinals, is convinced. Gabby tried both balls out in a fungo-hittlng test Thursday. t. * ··? IULLEFER TO USE "XID" INFIELD WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.-Manager Bill Killefer of the St. Louis Browns said he would use his "kid" infield of Burns, first; Storti second; Levey, short and Kress third, in all exhibition games this spring. inal polish on the Chicago Cubs be- ore turning them loose in their irst exhibition games, a pair of ontests with the Los Angeles Pa- ific Coast league club Saturday and Sunday. * * * BUSH WORRIES NO MOKE ABOUT THOMAS SAN ANTONIO--Manager Dome Bush of the Chicago White Sox has stopped worrying over Al Thomas. Thomas last season was bothered y an arm injury that made him almost useless. He cut loose Thursday, had all his stuff and suffered no discomfort from the once ailing Crowd Disapproves of Verdict as McClelland Raises Italian's Hand Mediterranean Behemoth is Outboxed by Irishman Who Wins Five Rounds to Primo's Three. PRINTERS DEFEAT LYONS'CLEANERS IN FINAL Northwestern States Office Five Downs Harvesters in 2 Out of 3. 3 Tofals ---- . 3 . 9 Substitutions: Billings for Gratias. RefereR -- Tjultl, Pomeroy. Umpire -- Billings, Upper Iowa. Roger Babson says that 'farmers who raise spinach are making money. A n d v y e t , what Is money, with a troubled tonsoicnce?-- De- troitNews. ROOKIE HURLERS TO GET A CHANCE NEW ORLEANS-- Three hurlers will get 'a chance rooki to se FRIDAY'S SCHEDULE Real Silk Hosiery vs. Joe . Daniels' Service on alleys 5 nnd 6 at 7:43. Northwestern States Portland Cement plant vs. Atlas Special on alleys 7 and 8 at 7:45. STANDARD OIL CLUB Red Crown Ethyl vs. Perfection · on alleys 1 and 2 at 7 ituluuk. . . Iso-Vls vs. Atlas Tires on alleys 3 and 4 at 7 o'clock. The Globe-Gazette and the North- vestern States Portland Cement of- ice each won two out of three james from their respective opponents, ' the Lyons Cleaners and the :nternational Harvester company. The Globe-Gazette five, after roll- ng in good form to win the first jame from the Lyons Cleaners came jack in the second and lacked the old punch to garner enough wood to make it two straight. When the third game opened both teams were out after the other's scalp and it was anybody's game up to the last frame. Whalen, Sweeney and Dusold of the Globe-Gazette team pulled this game out of the fire by their unceasing attack. · H. Hansen xvas high in the singles witfi 233. R. Lee took the high three game total with 590. Lee also took the theater tickets with a count of 599. INTERNATIONAL HARV. CO. By ALAN GOULD MIAMI, Fla., March 6. (/P--The mystery of just how good Prim;) Camera is as a heavyweight fighter was not much nearer solution today as a result of thi financially unsuccessful battle of the cracked rib. Neverthel e s s , t h e ponderous puncher f r o m Italy, as a result of gaining tht referee's decisicn over Jimmy Maloney of Boston in 10 rounds last night, moved' in the general dir e c t i o n o f a Primo Camera c hampi o n s h i p match later this year with the winner of the Stribling-Schmeling title contest. Camera Is Outhoxed. They had everything but tretcher in Camera's corner. Bu lot a doctor or a hypodermic need! vas put into action. Camera had an effective lef hand. He staggeret] Maloney in th first, second and eighth rounds. H showed no inclination or ability t use his right at all, except as blocking instrument. For the mos part he was outfooted, outboxed and outcuffed. Referee Elmer (Slim) McClellanJ of Detroit showed no hesitation m lifting Camera's glpve in token of victory, basing his decision on Primo's aggressiveness and mora effective punching when the blow; connected. The crowd of perhaps 20,000 spec- BREAKS FOUR YEAR RECORD CHARLES CITY IS BEATEN 19ITQ12 lew Hampton Springs Upset in Sectional Play; Prelims Slow. CHARLES CITY, March G.--The Charles City sectional basketball tournament got 'under way Thursday with the defeat'of Little Cedar by Alta Vista, 31 to 12. New Hamp:on was the victor over Charles City, 19 to 12, in the only class A contest of the day. Mitchell beat Floyd, 52 to 12, and Otranto was eliminated by Lawler, 41 to 1. Lenoch, Mitchell center, accounted for .31 points of the first game and a lone free throw by Pike was all Otranto could muster against Lawler. In the class A game Cliai'les Citj, threatened the New Hampton leaf toward the end of the game bu started too late to win. Two class A games and four class B were on th program Friday afternoon and eve ning. John De Neui, Waverly, ant J. Larson, Dunkcrton stiperintenc ent, are officiating at all games. Ban Johnson's Condition Shows No Improvemen ST. LOUIS, March 6. (/P)--: r improvement was rioted todav in t tators, occupying less than two- J condition of Ban Johnson, form Captain Harold Geddes of Hayfield, the only senior of the squad, broke a four-year record Thursday night in the game with Chapin when ho was out out on fouls. Until this game Geddes had played in every tilt of the team's in tho past four years and had tho remarkable record of playing every minute of every game in the past three years. He had never been out for injury or illness and had never been put out of any game by the foul route. His playing began four years ago when he was the main cog in the team that won the eighth '·a mi.i rnrtii^s ' gr ad e cup for the local school from the Hancock Harold Geddcs l om ^ y sc hools. He played the forward position Ins Freshman year, at center the next two and has played guard all season this year. Tho playing guard, he is the high point man for the tera with 106 points of the team's total of 294 as against their opponents' 231, exclusive of the tournament play. During the four years, the Hayfield team won 41 and lost 10 games in pre-tournament contests This season the team's record is 11 won and 4 lost. ARMORY Thursday, March 12 ROUNDS Auspice* Anirrirsin r,p£lrn Drum (.'firps DON HAMPTON KID LEHR C Rounds "FRANKIE" SPARGO JACK McGROUTY 6 Rounds GORDON STEWART vs. Opponent Unsigned 6 OTHER BOUTS 6 PRICES: $1.50 and $1 Ladies »0c Children under 12 years .. . SFAT SALE BOYD'S C1GAI STORE STARTING MONDAY vvhat they can do when the Cleve land Indians plunge into their ex hibition wars with 'the New Or leans Pelicans Saturday. Lefty Lee Belve Bean and Roxie Lawson will have the honor of pitching the Tribe's first game, and will work three innings each. HOWLEY TELLS BOYS "GOOD NEWS" TAMPA, Fla.--Dan Howley, manager of the Cincinnati Reds, has left his boys in on the news. He told them the experts were picking them to finish last in the flag chase this year and added: "That's O. 1C. with me and it should be with you." Theisen Loring ...... R. Lee Walker Sobieske Handicap Totals N. W. S. P. Humphrey Leonard . . . Abbott, C. .. Hansen, H. . Brakel . . . . . Handicap ... Totals 215 .138 208 131 156 17 218 170 199 136 166 . 17 156-- 589 150-- 453 183-- 590 147-185-- 17-- 408 501 51 865 894 838-CEMENT OFFICE .133 144 160 166 154 '79 170 167 159 161 159 79 180-- 483 157-- 468 151-- 470 233-- 560182-- 495 79-- 237 .. 830 895 Q82-- Team average--904. LYONS CLEANERS VV. R. Lyons.. Hogan R. Lyqns .... Burmeister .. Berg Handicap . . . 1B7 177 123 103 215 118 183 122 175 186 131 118 15n-- 505 144-- 443 129-- 427 148-- 437 182-- 528 118-- 354 PIRATES HAVE INJURED LIST VASO RUBLES, Gal.-- P i r a t e training camp news: Pitcher Steve Swetonic is enroute to Pittsburgh for an operation on an injured arm. Infielder Bill Regan is nursing a wrenched ankle. Pitcher Kremer'a injured foot is mending. Outfielders P. Waner and Comorosky are recovering from illness. Catcher Jack Mealy's sore toe is much improved. The remainder of the squad is practicing. a * * WALKER EXPECTS TO WALK TO FAME SACRAMENTO--Harvey Walker hopes to walk to fame in the American league. The rookie Tiger out fielder already has demonstrated his ability to wait out the pitcher, and can bunt and run. He appears to be slated to top the Detroit lineup, with hia brother, Gerald, batting in second place. * * * 5IORNSBY PLANS TO POLISH CUBS AVALON, Cal.--Manager Rogers Horasby Friday planned to put a Totals 903 915 876--2694 Team average--898. GLOBE-OAKETTE Carle 177 170 152-- 499 Whalen 126 148 195-- 459 Sweeney 164, 139 148-- 451 Dusold 211 :3fi 162--509 Italian 18S 165 179-- 532 Handicap 67 67 67-- 201 Totals . 933 82S 903--2661 FIGHT RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MIAMI, · Fla.--Primo Carnerii Italy, outpointed Jimmy Maloney Boston (10); .· Maxie Rosenblooni world light heavyweight champion, outpointed Marty Gallagher, Washington, D. C., (8), non-title; Jimmy Braddock, Jersey Gity, knocked oul Jack Roper, California (11. MILWAUKEE--Harry EbbettH Brooklyn, N. Y., outpointed Tail Littma'n, Cudahy, Wis., (10). PROVIDENCE, R. I.--Salvatoro Ruggirello, Italy, knocked out Jose "Santa, Portugal (2). fifths of the Madison Square Garden stadium, disagreed violently with the verdict. Decision Protested. The Associated Press score-sheet credited Maloney with five rounds and Camera only three, with two others even. Camera got even for the decision he lost to Maioney in Boston late last year. He did so despite the handicap of a fractured rib, testified to by a big plaster of adhesive bandage, and an obvious lack of boxing condition. Maloney's best punch was a left to the body. He weighed 199 V- to Camera's 273. There were no knockdowns. Maloney was wrestled to the floor in the second round but bobbed up without a count. Primo, backing off from a. stiff poke to the stomach in the fourth, slipped to his kneeo but got up quickly. Bruen Faces Loss. Promoter Frank J. Bruen, on a gate estimated at .fTO.OOO, faced a loss of possibly 530,000. The preliminaries were featured by a one-punch knockout victory for Jimmy Braddock, Jersey City light heavyweight, over Jack Roper. California heavyweight, and an eight-round decision for Maxie'Roa- enbloom, world's light heavyweight champion, over Marty Gallagher, Washington (D. C.) heavyweight Rosenbloom's title was not involved ROUND BY ROUND iiouNi* ONI;. Camera's riRht side, for several Incht.s above the waistline, was tightly taped will adhesive. Tlie Italian slid out of Ills come liki: n shin moving away from ita dock an- wrestled Maloney to tho ropes. Jlmrni shoved hla left to Ihc icfilon of the cracta rib. Camera was warned for hitting on th back anil one punch Brazed the referee' ear. Clirnera swarmed over Ills smaller rlva as Maloncy punched both Imnils to the bods Cnrnen clubbed wildly with both hands an Hurt ilalnney with a. solid riRbt to the head. The crowd rtmred as Jimmy stuns Prlmo with a left hook to Ihc Jaw. The Irishman leaped at his ponderous foe like a h u l l terrier hut was punished badly alons tho ropes. Maloney wan staggered by a hciivy right to the head tout refused to cover. J i m m y ducked a right chop at the bell. HOUNI TWO. Camera came jabbing but bmiKcd away from a left t" his damaged side. Haloney smashed a hard r l f j n t to the head ana the crowd yelled. Camera clmrfiCd like a wild bull hut Malcmey nished back and forced the DIE fellow to Give Kroun.l. Both were swinging from their heels In a wild nilxup. J i m m y bobbed and wcaved out of the giant's reach a s - h e played for tne body. He had Prlmo missing. Maloney barely ducked a leu uppercut as lie dodged from a corner. Maloncy wa'i wrestled to tho floor from n. m l x u p nlnnn the ropes hut there was no count. Camera was skipping and Jabbing In H fancy exhibition of elephant footwoik at the bell. nOUNH TII1CER. Camera rushed across the ring and almost fell thru the ropes as he missed Maloncy. Tho Italian grinned sheepishly and began sparring. Maloney swung two Hard rlsnu that grazed Primo's chin and then hacK pedaled. Camera battered Moloncy with botn hands along the ropes as Jimmy tried desperately to counter to the body. J i m m y hn:l a lot of trouble getting Inside of Primo's long reach. Mnlonny look a B l l f l loft clout to the car as ho stepped away. Camera wns extremely wild with his punches as he chased his opponent. Jimmy landed a light left to the Jaw at the bell. ItOIJNI) FOUR. ' No medical attention had yet been required In Camera's corner The MacK haired giant came out sparring and s h i f t i n g w i t h Ihc speed of ft bantamweight. Maloney Hew Into a clinch. Prlmo slipped anil went tn his Idices as hR hacked nwny from n w t l f f left lo Ihc stomach. , Thn Hnllan Imighcil, j u m p e d up and shook hands with Maloney. Jimmy curled his l e f t around Camera's American league president who seriously ill here. GRIFFITHS VS. LEVINSKY. By CHARLES DUNKLE1T CHICAGO, March 6. (/P)--Gerald Ambrose Griffiths, the tough one from Sioux City, was scheduled io meet that devastating puncher, King Levinsky, the ex-fish peddler, in a 10 round battle at the Chicago stadium Friday night that promised to attract an attendance of 19,0001 one of the biggest attendances of .the indoor season, with receipts at $65,000. neck and tried hard to score with body punches, lie spent most of the lime bouncing o f f the big fellow's arms. They did a tut of narrlM); without any damage to s!low for t, Maloney absorbed a s t i f f blow from Camera's elbow j u s t before the bell. VIVE. Camera came out fast and t h e y sparred tlntll Maloncy connected with a l e f t pwlng to tho car. Primo was forcing the f i g h t at fast clip and obviously to put over the finisher. Maluncy jumped in and out of reach, frequently swinging with both fe3t o f f the floor. In flying attempts to rcacn his target. Camera was flustered by Maloney's tactics. J i m m y rolled with Camera's attempts to Jab and they were exchanging long range swings at the bell. six. Maloney bounced back to the ropes a f t e r I n k i n g a straight l e f t and was Jolted by a short l u f t hook. Camera boxed ou his Iocs and moved rapidly In search of an opening- Maloney l a n d e d occasional lefts to the body but he was generally beaten to th? i.unch. J i m m y made the hlg fellow wince with a left lu the cracked rib. Malonny dug both hand's to the body and easily ducked Prlnui's counter swing. The irishman brol a rour us he sVung a hard right to the head Just before' the hell. SKVKN". Matoney kept the f i g h t at long range as far as 'possible, blocking or rolling wilh Camera's l e f t leads. Jimmy \vhacked both hands to the body but took a s t i f f l e f t It the nose. Thfl I r i s h m a n was forcing the ficlu for t h e lime being and kept Prlmo missing. Primo had little crmncc to use his ponderous rfpht. Matoney punched his big rival viciously and forced Camera lo tile rf.pes as the crowd roared. Jimmy tnok two chops to the head and countered with Ills right to the jaw. Maloney rushed Camera to a corner, [winging both fists lustily at the gong. KOIJNI) KHiHT. Camera took a s t i f f l e f t !· the nose as ie circled an-l slipped at the BOHluliinn. Jarnera poked Maloncy o f f balance with its teft lint Jimmy kept hJs feet and bricked away. Prlmo made almost no use of his right hand. They mixed w i l l i n g l y along t h e ropes nnd Mnloney landed a s t i f f Wow to the body. Prlmo s w u n g two hard lefts l'» Ihc head and Jimmy countered w i t h a wallop to the car. Blood fipurtcd f r o m Carnera'3 nose nnd he clinched after I n k i n g two punches to Iho ribs as the hell sounded. KINK. They sparred at a fast clip. Camera took a solid l e f t to the stomach and doubled up Primo slapped Jimmy around the arms and shoulders but took a pasting as he weni Into a corner. Maloney was warned for n low l e f t hand punch. They exchanged lefts to the head and Mnloney easily outsmarted the Riant in a slugging bee. Camera wore a puz?.led look as he tried to solve Maloney'n fihlfty attack. They were m i x i n g It at th,: bell a f t e r J i m m y had taken a s l l l f l e f t to the head. nniJMi TK.V. Camera stuck his lell lo the chin t h r e « times without a return. They clinched on the ropes and Maloney looped a l e f t to the head, The force of the swing carried J i m m y half way around and across Ibe ring into Hit ropes. Maloney landed both linnds to t h r head but was Jolted hy two bard l e f t hooks lo the Jaw. Camera kept Ids right draped around his chin as he p u m p e d his l e f t jnti lo Mnloncy'H bend, Jimmy sank a l e f t lo Ihi- body and they clinched. The I r i s h m a n chasud his rival across the r i n g anil Landed another hard left lo the lK»ly. Gil SCHOOL SKCTIONAI- UASKKTUA1.L By Tlio Associated rrrx.i. IlIURSllAV'S RESULTS ( A L L 1'lllST H O U N D ) AT KAIBFlKI.ll Italavlit 22, LocHridllo 21. Itlrmln;!iiini "U, Olllo 21- llormtmrto S3, Plciwunl Pluln J3. . AT MARKNOO (·ln*4 A. Imvtl -'lly UO, .Wcllnmn 11. Mlllprsburir 31, I'nnrny 18. CosKmvc 31. Oxford 13. Parm-ll 'Ji. I)crl IllM'r 17. llarncs !lly illt, I.adtiru IK. llhilrstmvn :i:i, .Mulcom 21. AT lIlJRI.IJfCITON Chiss A. Kroliiik :IO, HurllLiRliiii in. Vorl .Miicltsim 23, New I^niiliiii in. Mount Pleasant :IO. [InnvUlo 18. Onus «. W l n f l r l i l 1!0. Ulnntroae li. Slllcm n, Huron 1U. Chns A. Kciunllunn 1U, BrlRhion lli. ClnSH U. .Slnrliixirl 22, lllllshimi !). West Chcslcr 22, I.lherlyvlllc '«· AT BLOOM t'IEl.« C'lusrt A. lllnumfb'lil GO. MlHiin 'M. chins n. Sewnl AU. Hxllnn · Tniy 61i, I'lano U. AT ,-MUSCATIKi; ;lll!SH A. Muscatlno 25, A V I l l o n 12. hits It. Monilnc Sun 22. West Liberty lil. Kalomt 10, Cutter M. AT OTTliSHVA :hus A. KlKuumry 27, Ilitf'rirU 10. (Ittumwu 21, Klilnn l(i. Clas* ». · !U»snn 2(], Agency 10. Martlnshurj; 20, Cedar H. AT 1JECORAII Olius A. West Unluu 25, .iNOrvKiir 18. Clnss H. Fa nil I! rh 1) II re; 25, Cbc.iler 23. (Overtime) Klgln 2li, I.mirm 2.V . AT R K I M I K C K ( lans 11. A n H n c t i u i 11. C.rrvn M o u n t a i n in. Clrrtwna 22. Lllierly TnwnxlilJli I'J- Momilour ^3, EHUe 21. Clnss A. :iadl!nM)lc 3.1, Tulcdo 2D. II^Iiirnrlt AS. /AftMpy 1. Inmt!y Onlcr i:i, Truer 12. (OlTrllniL') Tamil £H, Conrad 21. AT CIIAIII.KH CITY -ClKtlf. A. NIMV Hampton 10. I'liarlrs Clly 12. Clnss IS. Alia Vlsla :il. Mill'- Cellar 12. l.ivwli'r 41. Olr.uito 1. illltcliell f!2, Floyil 12. AT OlvIAVIMN Clusy A. Fuj-nlli! 211, Liiinnnt 1". Independence H2, Ochvoln 21. Slrmvbnrry 1'ohit 22. -ti-jiiiii 15. Class II. C.nflcyJO, Arlltmlon IK. Hnzlcluu 'A'i, Aurora 10. Cotesburs 2n, Omn 13. AT MONTICKLI.O Class A. M i m c b r s l r r 17, AimniiiKa 12. Clus* IS. Amlmv :t7, Kiiworlli 10. llniildiitim 12. l l a l d n l n X. AT 1KCOIIAII Class A. f Crrsco 20, Mmmuu 17. XYnukim 2H, lccoRili I I I . Class It. Elimi .10, New A l l i l n II. AT \VAVI:KLY Class It. A U ^ n n IX, l-'lnrlifitril lt. Denver 25. 1'rerlerilui 111. Clnss A. XYavorly Hi, Greene. ·!. AT Cl'.OAU K A P I D S C l l l K S U. Norway 2'.l, A l b u r n e t l I S . Mnrlellc :17, Troy M I I l M 1. Class A. .Marlon 22, (Irani Illcli ICedur Itaplds) : Tltitun 2!l, (Vnlrn! Cllv I.'l. AT VINTON llello Plnlni: 20, I)y.inn IB. Vlnlim 3H, Ccnler Piilnl ;!. f Class is. Uniuclon 17. nionnl A n l i i i r t i I I . AT .MASON CITY Clnss A. ^IILSOII Clly :tl, SI. An*g:ir 21. Clear I^llie !H, Nnni Springs lo. ( hiss ]!. Hayfield :i(i, Cli.ipln 31. l-'erllle 31. Klenuuo 111. AT \Vi;iSSTi:it CITY Class IS. Xeiv 1'rmIdcnee IUI, Kt.ilrshurg 12. linnimr 111, \VllIIanit 17. Class A'. Alilrn 20. Iliulrllffe 12. WrliMrr City 2(i. .lenell 17. Stanhope :UI, lima l u l l - i l l . Kldnni 3D, Itnl:iEit i n . AT ISOONK ( litss A. HIM,no -J.1, Madrid 7. (I.iVI ft. lliixluilm 2:i. (,111)1 rl 17. AT PORT DODC.i; Clnss A. Fort llndxc 41. llilnilinhlt 211. Cl:is* II. ISarnnm 3fi, D n n r n m h c I I . Palmer 28, llaylon 20. AT IIKS .MOIMiS Class A. N o r l l i H i n l i :i2, A n k c n y 'lo. KLifit Hl^h 21, .liilinHlnn 111. Class It. Mitchell 21, Alleman 15. Patterson 21, Allnoml 15. AT NEWTON Class A. ^lonroe 21, Colfax 11. N e w t o n 22, 41rlnnHl 12. Arnrsli:illlowii 1:1. I'ralrli Cily 2n. Class II. Albion Kl. T.ynnvllle 10. MHI»illrac '10, Itnxtc IX. llnniliir.ini 35, Mlllgo IX. Nr.ubllrg 2A, Dimhar 22. AT X K V A O A f'lllss A. Nlory C l l y 31, Nevada M. Cliisi It. l^ur.ind XI, Cambridge. II. .Mnxivi'll 30, n l l l H H 23. Colo I f ) , MrfiiUrliiirB 15. K l k h a r l 2'4, SI. A i i l l H i n y 1:1. Flirrar 211, Slilpley Irt. AT IlKIIHi;i.l f i l m s It. l l a g l c y 20, Ur.xlcr 16. ?oopcr 22, Jamafcn IE). ClasH A. \ilcl 22, Unllus Center I I . AT DIAOONAf. Class A. Ucilford 2, Lanioid 0 ( f o r f e i t ! . Clnss 11. « Mali,5- 35, Moplini ». Diatliuial 3tj. Iteaconsflcld 23. AT CHABITON Class A. Cordton 211, Albla :!«. Chis« It. I.eKoy 31, Cambria 12, Lucas 21, Humestun 20. AT KYO\VIU.t: Class A. .Melclier 31, Inillanola 211. Class IS. A t l l e a 20, HaniUton 11], I Brrfi '.13, l.acey 17. Plensnnl vlllct 37. ItltHsey IK. Dallas 28, Smm 10. AT UKNISON Class A. 'DCLlison 25, MntmltiK 11. Cluns It. K i r i i n ' 3 0 , Cluirter Oak 13. Yall 10. Iletnilt 17. Schlcswis 23, Bcflnnce 21. AT S I I E N A N D O A H t:iaMs A. Nheaundiillh 33, liamtmrc IS. Class U. I t n r l l r l l 35, KBBCX 24. Niirlliboro 32. U l n n r l m n l 30 ([iverllnic). Cnln 20. nlvertmi 8. Thnrniiin 33, College Sprlnss 20. AT VII.I.IijCA Clnss A. Clnrltula 21, New Market 10. Vlllsen, hye. Cornlnc, bye. Class n. Hrudil.vvlllc, 2«, Ilmnt 11. .Stencil 21, Kincrsoii 22. AT ATI.ANTIC Class A, Casey 211. Adalr . 10. llarlan 31, Atlantic, :iO, ClnwH IS. Cumberland 2tf. Mcalo 18. AT COUNCIL BLUFFS Clnss A. Thomas .Icffcnjiiri (Cuuncll l l l u f f s ) Arni-u IT. Abr.thiim Lincoln fCnunell Illllffs) Oakliind (I. Clliss H. Carsun 45, Mitredonia 10. AT 1'AUI.LINA Chins II. Allon 22, In-lcin II. I.urrluvdni) Ml, Aluirtl 2,'t. Llltlc. »irk 18, Arrbcr 11. Hoyden -Zfi, Mallrlco 23. Mi-Kin 25, (iii'a »· Monela 2K, f i r n r c c 2lj. Hull 21, Ornrujc City 1.1. Imiood 10, Rock Vnllcy If). AT S I O U X CITY C'/nwi A. ·:enlriLl hlKh 63. Hawarilcn 27. l l n n j n 28. KhiEslcy 10. Clnss n. ftronsun -III, Merrill I I. l.uwton 31, Autlion in, AT ONVWA Class A. Oimu.i 21, Ciirrcrtlonvllli: li. Cin.ss 11. llunlmry 23, Ulc t«. AT I'l.OVKR Class A. I'lt(ver liH, I-TniniclslllirK 20. Algima 22, Graiii'ttlniii-r 13. Clnss II. Albrrt Clly 2 1 , - L l n n l n Lrc IS. Muralllun 27. Ayrshire 17. AT CHF.UOKfcK ChlSK A- Alta ^1. liolsti'lu 17. ( l a s s It. L j l i n C.rovc I K , Aurelhi I I . M i i r c i m 30, Ilrtiokc 20. .Mcrldru 21. Cnlimicl IB. AT SI'IRIT l.AKi; CllKB A. .S|i!rlt I.:thc ID. Mlllord 17. Clins II. A r n n l i l s 1'ark 211, Lake 1'nrlc 12. Dlrlnil.-. 30, nkolmjl 111. CHAPIN 36-31 IN CLASS B DIVISION Per tile. Trounces Klemme in 34 to 16 Clash as Oswald Stars. i HANSELL 48; VENTURA IB Geneva dcfcu(cl Rock Falls 25 to 24 in tlio opening: giinio of tho clnss B division Friday morning. Hanlonlown downed Swulcilulo 31-18 in tho second cnmo of the- morning session. Semifinals of tho B division are scheduled for Sulurdiiy morning: «t JO and II o'clock. Finals are set for Saturday evening at 7:30 with tlio clnss A finals at 8:30. H AYFIELD defeated Chapin 36 to! 31 in the opening game of tho sectional basketball · tournament here at the high school gymnasium. Thursday evening. Two 'of the. strong teams of the class B division battled thruout this clash in which the score was tied four times during the second half. Geddes of Hayfield and Abrama of Chapin were the stars of the tilt. Geddcs succeeded in sinking 8 field goals and one free, throw and went out on fouls for the first time in four years of playing. Abrams made good on 9 field goals. Playing was tight in the initial quarter with Hayfield leading, 8 to 4. Chapin rallied in the second period, with the addition of Abrams, and the score at the half was 18 to 14 in favor of Hayfield. Chapin was hot in the third quarter and led 25 to 21 at the close of the period. During the final period, the.-score was tied three limes before Hayfield got the breaks for the victory. Hayfield was scheduled to mecb Kensett at 3 o'clock Friday in the second round of the class B division. CHAPIN--31. Vim Nest, f A bruins, f .. I Tomlinson, f 1 Keplmrt, c . (SchoHlan, g . Barney, g . FG FTPF 0 2 1 9 0 3 Z 0 2 2 1 0 Totals -I* 3 1(1 Substitutions^: Alirmns for Van I Nest, Vim Nest for Tomllnapii. HAYFIELD--HG \ Jubowbek, f ... 1 Cnristcnson, c . 1 Gedrtcs, g I I'aulson, g .... ... 0 2 .... 4 8 2 16 0 1 0 Totals Substitutions: Ooldmiff for Male*, niatek for Goldbuff, TJrich for Gcddes. Kcfercc -- Itfllings, Upper lown. Umpire--Ladd, Fomcroy. FERTILE-KLEMME Fertile beat Klemme, "31 to 16, in the second game of the class B division of the sectional tourney. Oswald, Fertile, led the scoring with 21 points. The initial quarter of the clash closed with a 6 to 6 tie. Fertile then jumped into the lead with :i 17 to 9 score for the half. Klemme rallied in the third quarter to bring its score up to 14, while Fertile closed with 23. Fertile then rallied for the close. Plymouth was scheduled to meet Fertile ' at 4 o'clock Friday afternoon. .FERTILE Oswald, f holl, f cilscii, « entcott, c ndcr.sen, R rue, g Hl I FT PF 10 Boxing Bill Is Arranged for Kanawha Mason City's Drum Corps to Play at Show K A N A W H A , March G.--The He vcraon Post of the American Legio of Kanawha is sponsoring a wrest, ing and boxing Hhow here Wed.ne.s day, March 11. The show is schc( ded to begin at 8:30 and will con sist of 24 rounds of boxing, or les ind a wrestling match. The Maso City D r u m and Bugle Corps wi ;lay at the show. .lurgcn Tebben, Kanawha, 130, signed to meet Ernest Brown, Fo Dodge, 152, in the six round ma event of the card. ''Slim" Thorn son, Kanawha. 165, is schedule with P'rcd Asdic, Kanawha, 160, six rounds. "Bab" Morris, Kanawha, 131, scheduled with Burdette House, Be mond, 130, for u four round batt and Marsh Thompson, Eagle Grove. 1GO, and "Battling" Paskin, Kanawha, 162, are signed for four rounds. A. B. Holm, Holmes 160. and Anglo Aschc, Kanawha, 152 are to wrestle Tor 2 falls out of 3. "Battling" Cleveland, 75. will open !he bill with "Young" DeWald, 71. in four rounds. The pair is from Kanuwha. Totals ll 3 6 SimsUtutif|n«: GaskUl for Os- twulfl, Wcstcott, For Orcdsen, An- craon tor Sanderson. U3MME--1(1 I r G *"l' 1'F iHuman, f - 1 0 * uRlies, f 1 1- " 2 I. 0 s o a o o :i nmpson, K mold, c; · - Tolnls 1 3 « Substitutions: L. D r a Ic p. f o r iiKhns, 1C. Chirk for Arnold. Rcf- rrc--nilliiiRN, Upper Iowa. 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