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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1930 TWIN UPSETS Feature Class B Semifinal Games VAN MUNGO TIPS SAY SPEED STAR HEADED TO PHILS Judge Landis May Take Hand in Case After Contract Is Okayed By EDDIE BRIETZ Associated Press Sports Writer N E W Y O R K , ( / P ) -- R u m o r foundry: Van Mungo will show up in Florida in a day or so and a day or so later will sign with the Dodgers. A day or so later he may go to the Phils for Hugh Mulcahy. (Judge Landis may decide to take a hand in the case) . . . Whizzer White spiked the one that the aloofness of the Toffs at Hoxford has him down and that he'll seek solace in the pro football and another $15,000 contract . . . Davey O'Brien, who swore he wouldn't, will turn pro if the club that hires him will pitch in a ghost writer. Eue De Socko: Promoter Herman Taylor is telling 'em down in Philly they have a 75 per cent chance to get Louis vs. Galento . . . Fight managers here are scouting Americo Woyeiesjes, Syracuse U's crack 175 pounder who has flattened five in a row . . . Jim Norris and Jack Kearns are in town to sign fighters for Chicago and Detroit. . . Tommy Farr personally made his match with Red Burman in London and Joe Gould is worrying about his 25 per cent cut of Tommy's share . . .Don't be surprised if El Galento shows up on the Vallee hour any week now. Florida flashes: Charlie Grimm, who'll broadcast the Cub games, is picking the Reds . . . Joe McCarthy has shed 22 pounds, but not from worrying about the National league .. . Jimmy double-X has a fresh co5d and Beantown is praying it doesn't herald a return of that old sinus trouble . . . Pennant talk among the Reds at Tampa is strictly against the rules . . . Senor Roberto Ortiz, the Senators' Cuban pitcher, has an Engl i s h vocabulary consisting o "yes," "no," "hokay" and "take it easy." So he's got himself engaged to a school teacher. Tittle tattle: An Ohio State Ireshman footballer was rushed to a hospital with appendicitis His first caller was Head Coach Francis Schmidt who brough flowers--and a book o£ play diagrams . . . They are demanding ai eat-off between Elmer Layden anc Jimmy Foxx who ran a dead he a in consecutive banquets attended during the winter . . . The San Francisco fair has -written A Shrap, golf expert of the Chat tanooga Times for the handicap of every golfer in Tenn-o-see. You ·;' tell 'em, Al. .;. Sports c o c k t a i l : El Chic' ' (which'll be the derby winte book favorite) will be breezei over a half mile for the first tim before a hand picked audience a Belmont park .. . Ed Smith, form er Dayton sports writer, who ha been handling press relations fo , the Dodgera.-has been made busi ': ness manager of the Brooklyn ^ f 'owned Pine Bluff, Ark., club . . British football players are threat ·. ening to strike if their pay isn' raised from 38 to 42 bucks pe week . . . /J ' Cincinnati Ready to See Fullest Roster TAMPA, Fla., CU.P.)--The Gin cinnati Reds full squad was du to report. Manager McKechni scheduled a batting practice whic had to be postponed because chilly weather. Three infieldefs and three ou fields are still absentees, but Iva Goodman is the only regular from last year's team not yet in urn form. hamps Will Take Throne n Windups Four-Night Program Ends With 128 Teams in Lead Positions By IKE SKELLEY Associated Press Sports Writer DES MOINES, (/P)--The first ap in the race to decide Iowa's nterscholastic basketball title will e completed Saturday night hen 128 sectional champions will a crowned. The sectional tournament finals, layed on 64 fronts, will climax our nights of feverish activity mong the state's high school ath- etes. Nearly 900 ambitious teams were listed in the entry books last Wednesday night, but when the firing stops only the 128 · clubs, evenly divided among Classes AandB mil remain to resume district warfare at eight points next weekend. True to custom, a good many avorites were humbled in the arly sectional rounds, and more ndoubtedly will tumble in the apid-fire action. Diagonal, the Class B school vhich took the title last year, must et a rugged Cromwell at Creston o qualify for the third district ournatnent The Maroons toppled Thayer, 34 to 21, and Cromwell ;liminated Orient, 36 to 31, in the emifinals Friday night. Southeast Has Feature There are several other fea- ure games on the final program. Davenport, which swamped Le- ^laire, 47 to'12, will run into Clin:on in the Class.A final at din- on. The Blue Devils defeated heir rivals twice this season bu: only by late rallies. Sac City also will attract interest. The Indians conquered Ida Grove, their "jinx" team last year, by a 39 to 29 score Friday night and will tackle Holstein at Ida Grave. Civil warfare will flare at Sioux City, Cedar Rapids, Council Bluffs and Des Moines. At Sioux City Sast and Central will renew their rivalry; Roosevelt and Wilson w i l l clash at Cedar Rapids Thomas Jefferson and Abraham Lincoln will do battle at Counci Bluffs and Roosevelt and North will fight it out at Des Moines. River Teams to Battle Keokuk and Fort Madison wil furnish the excitement at For Madiso_n and Melrose, the .193 champion, and Williamson, tw powerful Class B teams, are loe at Chariton. Marshalltown's Bobcats, wh shot into the final round as th result of a bye, will play Colo a State Center where the Centra Iowa conference champions do no expect too much trouble. Other prominent Class A teams still in the running were Onawa, Charles City, Mason City, Hawarden, Spencer, Creston, Centerville, Dubuque, Iowa City, Rolfe and Ames. Class A upset victims Frida; night included Sioux Rapids an Clarinda. Marble Rock's defeat by Ven tura was the surprise of the Clas B upsets. It was the first setbaci for the Rockets. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Mohawk Planning Board in Heaviest Session Trojans Win Final Tussle Before Meet Mason City Jaysees Beat Luther Reserve in Windup Contest It Was Close MASON CITY--48 ILUTHEH--40 IS t pfi fg ft pt Neal 1 Green f 0 Jorscnson { 1 L. W'dh'sc c 4 J. Wdh'se g 4 M'Ktnzy £-t 1 Challas £ 0 i 1 2Rake f 0 0 3 2'Johnson t 2 1 I'Suchcr f 1 0 3'T. Jatobs'n c 2 4 O^Dexter c 3 0 o;c. Jacobs'n s - 2 IBjerkcnge e 1 1 Brunsvold £ 1 lEnger g 1 0 0 New York Giants to Join Training Squad HOT SPRINGS, Ark., (U.P.)--The New York Giants, who came here two weeks ago for boiling and limbering, left for Baton Rouge, La., where they will join the remainder of the squad and complete their conditiong. Big news o£ the Giant camp was Carl Hubbell cutting loose with his famed screwball several times without ill effect. "It felt so good, I was surprised," Hub said. Globe*Gazette Sports Tournament Scores BOYS' SECTIONAL TOURNAMENTS \ · Ss Pi Vj., LC' · t Nai, . Ge Ph EC % « DISTRICT 5 At Calmar CLASS D--SEMIFINAL ROUND Clermont 40;, Ossian 18. Calmar 23; Hawkeyc 21. At Oclwein CLASS A--SEMIFINAL BOUND Independence 22: Jlaynard 19. CLASS B--SEMIFINAL ROUND Stanley 28: 19. Quasqucton ID: HaTteton 14. At Waukon CLASS B--SEMIFINAL R O U N D McGregor 35: Luana 16. Marquettc 40: New Albin 13. DISTRICT 6 At Cedar Falls CLASS A--SEMIFINAL ROUND Cedar Falls 30; Cedar Falls (Teachers High) 19. CLASS B--SEMIFINAL ROUND Aplinjrton 19; Hudson IB. At Clear Lake CLASS B--SEMIFINAL ROUND - Ventura 29:.Ma.rb!c Rock 27. Plymouth 33; Stvalcdalo 27. At Cresco CLASS A--SEMIFINAL ROUND Charles Cily 40; "Hampton 23. CLASS B--SEMIFINAL BOUND Lawler 19; Alia Visla 9. At Eidora CLASS A--SEMIFINAL ROUND Grundy Ccntrr 37: Eidora Training 29 Rcinbcck 31; Acklcy 23. CLASS H--SEMIFINAL HOUND Hubbard 53: Whllten 35. Wcllsburg 33; Conrad 32. At Hampton CLASS ,1--FIRST R O U N D Greene 36: Sheffield 18. CLASS B--SEMIFINAL H O U N D Hansell 42: Thornton 40. Chapin 26; Latimor 20. At Northwood CLASS A--FIRST ROUND ctt 29; Northwood 17. St. Ansear 32; Manly II. CLASS B-- SEMIFINAL BOUND Hanlontown 42; Otranto 18. At Sumner CLASS B--SEMIFINAL R O U N D Tripoli 40; Fredcricksburg 13. . Shell Rock 49; Frcdcrika 27. DISTRICT 7 At Clarion CLASS A--SEMIFINAL R O U N D Britt 40: Garner 32. Eagle Grove 42: Clarion 22. CLASS R--SEMIFINAL R O U N D Woolslock 30: Goodcll 2o. Gold/icld 31: Williams 27. At Emmetsburg CLASS A--SEMIFINAL ROUND Eslherville 30: Armstrong 28. EmmetsburK 57; Graeltinger 24 CLASS B--SEMIFINAL ROUND Curlew 42; Swan Lake Consolidated (Maple K1I1I 11. Sfallard 25: Cylinder 19. At Fort Dodec CLASS B--SEMIFINAL ROUND Famhamvillc 28; Moorland 25. Callendcr 25: Duncombc 22. At Humboldt CLASS A--FIRST ROUND Laurcns 36: Gilmorc City is. CLASS B--SEMIFINAL ROUND Graduate 3S; Rcnivick 26. Rutland 31; DCS Moincs Township 24. At Lake Mills CLASS A--SEMIFINAL ROUND Lake Mills 30: Buffalo Center 22. Forest Cily 3S: Tilonka 21. CLASS B--SEMIFINAL ROUND Lcdyard 35: Rake 33. At Li verm ore CLASS B--SEMIFINAL ROUND Wesley 30: Bode 25. Livcrmorc 46: Vcmon Consolidated 2i At Stratford ClASS B-- SE3HFINAL ROUND Ellsworth 35; Randall 25. StraUord 23; Hanxurt jr. STARS GO TO IOWA SCHOOLS Iowa Daily Press to Pick All-Staters in Gigantic Cage Poll By FRANK NYE, JR. (Iowa Daily Press Association) DES MOINES, (IDPA)--Scenes of the 1039 state high school elimination basketball tournaments Saturday brought back vivid memories of last year's contests and the part played in them by the 24 boys selected on the Iowa Daily Press association's all-state squad. ' Even as fans recalled these deeds, nearly 1,500 basketball experts scattered over the state, were carefully weighing their observations, as they watched tournament progress, of the current season before filling in the 1S3D all-state ballots distributed by the Mason City Globe-Gazette and 26 other leading Iowa daily newspapers. The ballots will be counted by sports editors of the 27 member papers and announced soon after the final tournament. Six of Eight in Iowa Basketball followers who like to check up on doings of 1938 all- staters will be happy to learn that six of the eight lads chosen on the second team are playing basketball in Iowa schools, one is sti) in high school and the other is vorking. Lowell Baa], forward selection from Roosevelt high, DCS Moines, is playing freshman basketball for Drake university, where he is considered a good bet for the 1940 varsity. Leonard Posekany of Dike, another second team forward choice s on the University of Iowa's 'rosh squad, while Bill Currell Tranklin high of Cedar Rapids, a hird second team forward selec- ion, is working for a service com any in his home town and play- ng in an industrial league. Diagonal Boy at Creston Marshall Davenport, the cool headed Diagonal center who pilot ed his team to the state cham pionship in a red-hot 31 to 29 fina contest with Rolfe, is playing the same position lor Creston junio college. Russell Hirf, Iowa City's second team center selection, is still playing tor City high school there and is eligible for the 1939 alt-state team. The three second team guan choices--Paul Siglin of Ceda Falls, Ralph Burton of Webste City, and Anthes Smith of For Madison--arc all playing on th University of Iowa freshma squad. Santa Anita Has Western Racing Fans' Attention LOS ANGLES (S)--The Santa Anita handicap took control of the sports public here Saturday as the Los Angles Turf club prepared to run off the fifth edition of its colorful $100.000 horse race. The two-out horses, if such they could be called, were C. S. Howard's Kayak II, the flashy ·1-year-old from the Argentine, and Townsend B. Martin's Cravat, ,4-year-old son of Sickle. Post time for the big race was set for 6:12 p. m., (CST.) These athletic experts. Mason City's Quarterback club, have ex- * tended their advice-giving activity to basketball this season, as is clearly seen here. The ups and downs of the Mason City high school campaign are being- pointed out, while members tell how they'd do it, if they were coaching a sectional tournament finalist. Mason City's high school basketball team will be sent Into action Saturday ,night against Clear Lake in the final game of Class A sectional tournament competition. The unofficial strategy board, which meets every noon at luncheon, "probably constitutes the greatest vested authority on football and basketball in the state of Iowa," Coach J. A. "Judge" Grimsley said in a recent radio talk. Left to right around the roster of club members are: REAR HOW--L. A. Moe. Dean Ltghtner, Dick Bomey, Frlnk Lovell, C. A. Thompson. Floyd Jobnson, Dick Wagner. FBONT ROW--Wilson Abel, Howard Knesel. Dr, M. D. McMlehael, W. A. Westrall. J. A. Grimsley, Jack Samuel Bobler and Dang Swale. (Lock photo. Kayenay engraving.) Ventura, Plymouth Defeat Favored Court Opponent Marble Rock Drops With Swaledale in Clear Lake Tourney S SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT Basketball Results AT CLEAR LAKE Saturday Schedule CLASS A 8:50--Mason City vs. Clear Lake. CLASS B :30--Ventura vs. Plymouth. CLEAR LAKE Two stunned favorites eyed sectional tournament scoreboards here Saturday. Marble Rock and Swaledale's high school basketball teams, both choices to meet in the final game of the Class B contests, were on the sidelines, watching their conquerors battle for the right to compete in district tournament play next week. The upset results were: Ventura 29; Marble Rock 27 Plymouth 33; Swaledale 27 Marble Rock, the Floyd county and Twin River conference champion, saw a 20-game winning streak snapped by the narrow defeat, its first loss of the season. Swaledale's veteran squad was also a double champion, having defeated Plymouth in both Cerro Gordo county conference and county tournament play. No. 1 Upset lelm f Clans t Iclmcr f harmony c Reynolds g Viltord g ·OTALS VENTURA-- 23 CLASS B Semifinal R o u n d Bowen f Peterson f Doro\v c Paulson g Boehnkc g IMARBLE BOCK--27 feitpt 4 1 OjParlter i 1 1 ·1 1 I)W. Maxson I 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 TOTALS FIGHT RESULTS By The Associated Press NEW YORK--Natle Mann, \a\-\. New Haven, outpointed Buddy Knox. 190?«, Dayton. Ohio (10L Pat Comiskcy, 198',a, Patcrson, N". J.. and Gene Bonin, 190 a i, New Haven. Conn. 16». CHICAGO--Gene Spencer. 131. Chicago, outpointed Johnny Balmer, 135, Pcorfa, HI. (5). 2 4 IlKingcry £ 1 0 2IH. Maxson c 0 1 2|Barnett g ISchafer g 11 7 6'TOTALS 12 3 II Score at half: Marble Rock 12; Ventura 11. Free throws missed: Peterson 2. Dorow 4. Paulson. Parker. W. Maxson, Klngcry, H. Maxson, Barnclt, Officials: Gordon Meeter ^Waterloo): D. C. MacKintosh (Arnold's Park). Ventura's five starters, who played the entire contest, had a shade the tougher contest as they quenched the fire,of the Rockets Marble Rock was away to a first- quarter lead, 4 to 3, as Wallace Maxson and Russ Parker stuck away early baskets, Parker scoring in the last 30 seconds of the period. DarreI_Kingery slapped in two goals to stretch the Rocket margin to five points as the second session got under way, but Ventura got back into the ball game as Ralph Bowen tipped in a shor shot and Norbert Dorow pushec up another, following Allen Peterson's miss at the free throw line Roy Maxson scored twice anc Peterson once before the hal ended, with the Rockets ahead bj 12 to 11. Rocket Attack Slows Marble Rock's attack stalled a the halfway mark in the third period, after Roger Barnett's fas break throw and a follow-in sho by Roy Maxson had earned an other sizable lead for the Rock ets. Bowen's pivot shot and Pet erson's follow-in tied the score the latter slinging a long angle with three seconds left in th period to earn Ventura the leac 18 to 16. Roy lUaxson's one-handccJ poke tied the count briefly in the fourth period, but Bowen loosed another pivot shot to send Ventura ahead briefly. Marble Rock bounced back*l he lead with Parker's free throw ,nd a tipup by Roy Maxson that allowed a miss on Parker's second try, but the husky Vikings ook away the margin as Dorow oiled in a short basket. Free Tries Win For the last time. Marble'Rock ;ot the lead, on Roy Maxson's goa rom the free throw lane, with Sowen's free toss tying the score t 23-23 a moment later. A set play loosed Peterson for clean shot, but Roy Maxson tied !ie count again, at 25-25, with a air of free tries. It was a set of ree throws that put Ventura into he winners' spot after that, Dorow ·aging three in a row, while 'eterson added another to offset a final tipup shot by Roy Maxson. The final margin was 29 to 27. POLARINEHAS TOP LAURELS Atlas Tires Win in Three as Soco Squads Bowl Week's Games Polarine, with a three-game victory and the high series, 2,009, plus the best single, 698, grabbed a major share of the week's honors in the Standard Oil bowling league Friday night. Atlas Tires were also three- game winners. Bernie Youngerman roiled a 593-high series, while Dick Teepie's 231 single was another individual top mark. The scores: TOTALS 20 8 101 TOTALS 15 10 13 Score at half: Mason City 24; Luther 19. Free throws missed: L. Woodhouse 3, Neal. McKenzy 2, Pranck. Johnson, Such- «r, T. Jacobson, J. Woodhouse, Jorgenson. I Officials: Karl Has» (GrlnneU), Phil Thurtle (Iowa.) By GLEN BUCHANAN Globe-Gazette Sports Staf/ Mason City junior college closed its scheduled list of basketball games with a victory here Friday night, beating Luther college's reserves 48 to 40. The win wound up the Trojan ticket, but for the task of defending Mason City's Iowa ; junior college title at Boone next week. The score Friday night was tied six times, each time in the first half. Harold McKenzy and Ted Jacobson, Norse pivotman, each counted twice in the opening minutes to hold the score even, but Mason City trailed 11 to 9 as the first session ended. Two more ties were set up in- the second period, after Max Neal and Lloyd Woodhimsc had pushed in goals. LeRoy Enger, Luther guard, tied the score at 13-13, while McKenzy and Melvin Sucher scored to set it at 15-15. Mason City went on to build a halflime lead of 24 to 19. Luther scrambled back into the contest, coming within two points POI.ABIN-E Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd Tolal Av. Sanders 104 460 1« 411 137 Arnold 191 131 147 532 177 Younserrnan 202 173 212 593 19B 178 1GS 126 473 153 Actual Pins ... 679 698 632 2009 RED CROlVN Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av. aslcrnak 130 160 136 425 142 rewcn 151 123 165 445 148 of the Mason City total, to start the third period, but Bob Green and McKenzy, with Neal and Jim Wcodhouse. found the range and pushed the Trojan margin at 36 to 28 at the end of the session. Almost tlie same story was told in the fourth period, as Luther fought the score to 40 to 38, but the -Woodhouse brothers protected the advantage, Jim tossing the final Trojans basket as the final gun sounded. PURDUE SET FOR KNOCK OR BOOST TO HOOSIER HOPE Boilermakers Can Administer Second Big Ten Cage Upset CHICAGO, (/P)--Purdue's Boilermakers are in a perfect spot again to administer another resounding upset in the Big Ten basketball race. Purdue, out of title contention itself, knocked Indiana back on its heels Monday and by doing the same to Ohio State can assure the Hoosiers a tie, and possibly the championship. Indiana plays Michigan at Ann Arbor while Purdue and Ohio State mix at Columbus. The Hoosiers and Bucks have won nine of 11 games apiece and end their title bids with the championship In the balance. The Hoosiers figure to have a comparatively easy time with the Michigan five, which is tied for the league basement with only two victories in 10 games. But Ohio State should have Its hands full with the dangerous Purdue five. Figures give the Ohio team a wide edge. The Bucks have averaged 40.6 points and held the opposition to 34.5 points in 11 games. Purdue has averaged only 34.3 points and allowed their rivals 32.2 points in 10 games, of which they have won six. In addition Purdue must hold in check Ohio's star forward, Capt. Jimmy Hull, who has scored 149 points. Three points against the Boilermakers will give him the individual scoring title for the season. But the LaFayette team has the faculty of rising to great heights on occasion as it did last Monday. The only other game brings together Wisconsin and Chicago at the midway. The schedule ends the season for Wisconsin, Indiana and Ohio State. Illinois already has completed its season. The six other teams wind up competition Monday night in games having no bearing on the championship. . 2 Shocker CLASS B Semifinal R o u n d PLYMOUTH--33 I SWALEDALE--27 E « pt] IB it pt 5 5 HFinnccan I 4 3 3 0 ZIMcCauIcv f-g I 0 0 0 o; Jin-inch f 3 0 2 E. Eddy c 1 0 2JU Eddy g 1 2 3: Ward B 13 7 IOJTOTALS 0 0 1 1 4 0 2 0 2 2 0 3 10 7 B Players-- 'ecple Score at hall: Flymoulh 17: Swaledale I. Free Ihrows missed: Helm 4, Reynolds 2. Wilford, Finncgan 2, E. Eddy -2, Vard 2. Officials: Gordon Mecler* I Waterloo); D. C. MacKintosh (Arnold's Park). Plymouth high school, which las been a tournament finalist almost annually during the last decade, climbed right back into the top bracket for this season with its defeat of Swaledale. The contest was not quite as close as the Ventura battle with Marble Koch, but" nevertheless was tight as a drum's vest during a hectic third periofl. Plymouth was off to an 8 to 6 lead at the first quarter, with Page Reynolds flinging a stinger from the center of the court to open the firing. Bob Wilton tossed another from almost the same spot and added a pair of free throws during the session. Swaledale's start was slow, with Leo Eddy ringing a basket from the free throw circle, while Elmer Eddy and Bob Finnegan caged free tosses. Plymouth Adds to Edge The Green team stretched its margin to 17 to 14 at the half, a slim Dale Helm opened up with two accurate one-handers from the corners, while John Claus flung one from the sidelines. Bob Ward's pair of goals marked up points for Swaledale. The teams raced through a neck-aml-nock third period, with Swaledalc on top by 25 to 25 at the end, as Finncgan stole the show with three long anglers. Claus scored twice for Plymouth, -while "Helm's . two neat free throws added to the Green total. Jim Carmony and Helm put th victory away early in the fourti period, the pivotman scoring twice while Helm had a goal and t\v free throws. The anxious Swatc dale team fouled twice in its figh for the ball as the game slippe away, and Elmer Eddy's free tos was the only added point for th losers. iala olland Actual Pins Handicap 112 135 172 161 IDS 135 ·163 1111 571 35 579 544 1694 35 35 105 Total Pins 606 614 573 1793 Players-- .ankin oimlund ATLAS TIKES 1st 2nd 3rd Tola! Av. 155 125 129 409 136 143 127 104 434 143 City Aces Win MAR.-SWIFT-- 51 jBRirr-- 35 IB n pi| 5 0 3|Brooks f 3 1 3|Baxlcr f 6 1 2|Jacobson f l l 2lS'.vytcr f 1 1 2iLarson c 3 0 3; Tyler c Cordle f Harrer f Good c H'mphr'y e Hert e Carroll g M'Donald g Martin g !« U pf o o o 5 4 2 3 4 1 Q[Piiffer g 0 aiMullin g (Banning g 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 3 1 3 0 0 2 1 120 120 .pland 187 145 120 no 3GO 120 511 170 Actual Pins Handicap .. . 605 23 517 532 1714 23. 23 69 Total Pins 628 540 615 STANOLEX FUELS 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av. 150 142 170 144 137 145 113 160 231 206 152 J57 152 136 Actual Pins ...638 655 033 1926 Players-Jordon ... Morris Young \KT.R STATE 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av. .. 178 1GD 154 501 167 .. 103 155 200 464 155 ... 148 148 165 459 153 ... 192 156 135 433 161 Aclual Pins ... 62S 628 654 PERFECTION Players-- Iriflith 1G3 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av. Estcrgaard 113 130 188 157 130 152 156 169 172 171 513 282 473 158 120 TOTALS 23 5 17) TOTALS 12 11 S Score at half: Marshall-Swift 20; Brilt Free Throws missed: Banning 4. Cordle. Humphrey. Baxter 3. Larson 2. Jacobson. ITass (Crinncll), Phil Officials: Karl Thurtie UowaK Playing a second game on the loco] calendar, Marshall and Swift downed Britt junior college, 51 to 35, Friday night. Marshall and Swift took an early lead and held it at the end of the first period, 14 to 7. The Cleaners led at the halftimc, 20 to 14. In the third session Britt fousht for the lead but fell short, 30 to 26. In the last quarter the victors netted 21 points, while the losers dropped in but nine. Carroll Baxter led the scoring for the losers with 14 points, while Mel Good netted 11 points for the Four Classes Play for New Honors in Y.M.C. A. Court Tilt Play In four divisions of the Y. M. C. A. handball tournament will open Monday at the local association's court, it was announced Saturday by Physical Director Herb Tcmplin. First round matches must be complete by Saturday, March 11. Pairings for the first round are as follows: CLASS A nracket--Russ Abel vs. E. If. Warmer. Hoger Palton vs. Ed Banken. Lower Bracket--Ivan Barnes vs. Sam Richer. C. S. Thompson vs. Mickey MacDonald. CLASS B Upper Bracket -- Marcel Ulscliner vs. bye. Sterling Prusia vs. Irvin McGowan. Don Johnson vs. Cecil Boyer, Bob Peters vs. Ken Sweeney. Lmvcr Uriels el -- Norman Burgess vs. Charles Thompson. Ken Roth vs. Dick Cook, Lee Usher vs. Jack MacDonald, Don Troeger vs. bye. CLASS C . .Upper Bracket--Richard Jones vs. bye, Hal Lillcy vs. Lylc Humphrey. .-Lower Bracket--James Broxvn vs. Vir- Eil Allen, Harold Lccsc vs. Bull Nordstrom. CLASS n linptr Bracket--Clair Bemis vs. bye, Frank La\v. Jr.. vs. bye. Bill Martin vs. Ed Hunter. Lcland Hull vs. bye. Lower Bracket--Bill Olcson vs. bye. Mickey McGulrc vs. bye. Dick Bjornberg vs. Wall DeMoss. Bill Jones vs. bye. Actual Pinj Handicap .., . 531 645 649 182G 41 13 13 67 Total Pins ... 572 659 662 1SS3 ISO-VIS Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av. 123 IIS 247 124 English .. Brou-n 132 Doc 136 133 107 113 174 155 120 503 337 523 120 Actual Pins .. 538 535 539 1632 STANOL1ND Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av. Galbrcath H3 203 164 510 170 racsslc 135 123 114 373 124 Dcvincy 153 120 147 420 140 Burecis 124 116 115 3jfl 115 Aclual Pins .. 356 362 541 1659 Sharpshooter Brings Home Bowling 'Bacon' Field of Six Set to Battle Highly Rated Stagehand MIAMI, Fla., (£}--Warlaine and Teddy Weed were scratched Saturday from the 550,000 added Widener challenge cup, leaving six thoroughbreds to compete with Maxwell Howard's highly favored Stagehand. The day of the race dawned clear and hot and a fast track was assured. The fair weather led to the scratching of War- lame, a "mudder." Stagehand, whose winnings amount to nearly $200,000, although he had just opened his campaign as a four-year-old, stood an excellent chance of establishing a new all-time money winning record if he annexed first price in the Widener, which probably will be worth some $47,000. -y Vets May Top Show as College Stars Tussle in I. C. 4-A NEW YORK, (UR--The college boys took over virtual command of the track and field situation in Madison Square Garden Saturday--virtual because a couple old grizzled veterans may steal the show right from under their noses. The occasion will be the 18th annual indoor championships of the Intercollegiate association of American Athletics of America, better known as the I. C. 4-A, but to spice the program, the promoters are throwing in a special tsvo mile race. The runners will be old reliable Glenn Cunningham, king of the milers; Don Lash, holder of the world indoor two mile record o£ 8:53: Gregory Hice, an up and coming little follow from Notre Dame, and Tommy Deckard, former schoolmate of Lash at Indiana. or of China. Carl B. Swafford, with his 880 total, brought home the first-place medal from t h e Waterloo bowling classic (his week. The medal is on display at Boyd's alleys in Mason City. Swafford wilt be one of a strong list of local competitors in the annual Lyons Cleaners classic here, which opens March 25. (Lock photo, Kayenay engraving.) sub- i 18. Th 62 Pheasants to Be Loosed Near Cresco CRESCO--Conservation Warden Kennard Baer received a consignment of 62 male pheasants which are being cared for by the Howard county Conservation association and will be distributed to various parts of the county as soon as conditions will warrant. Simpson Ends Play With Win on Court INDIANOLA, lip, -- Simpson completed its Iowa conference basketball season Friday night with a 37 to 20 decision over Iowa Wesleyan.

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