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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 17 · 1937 ELEVEN TROJANS NIP LITTLE PIONEERS BY 38-37 YOUNG NEAR TO SCORING RECORD IN LEAGUE PLAY Boilermaker Ace Can Crack Old Mark by Shooting 10 Points Average. By EARL HILLIGAN CHICAGO, (/P)--Jewell Young, speedy Southpaw Purdue forward, can s e t - a new all-time western conference basketball scoring record for one season, by averaging 10 points in lour Kames remaining on the Boilermakers' Big Ten schedule. Young'has scored 129 points in eight games, an average of better. Ilian IB points a contest, The sea- soft record is 1G7 points, set by Joe Riefl of Northwestern in the 1932-33 campaign. Falls Off Hot Pace. The Boilermaker ace scored 10 points last Saturday night against Iowa, falling of£ the 15 point average he had been maintaining, and then came back Monday night to collect 29 on 13 baskets and three free throws against Illinois, lying Rieff's one game record. Young already has scored as many field goals as did Rieff in setting the conference mark in 1933. He has bagged 53 baskets/ but has scored but 23 free throws to the Gl which Rieff scored in 12 games. Young, however, has been extremely accurate from the foul line and has missed but six charity attempts. May Pass Kessler. The four remaining games on Purdue's schedule are with Minnesota, ' Michigan, Indiana and Wisconsin, and it appears likely that Young will exceed Bob Kes- slcr's 1936 scoring mark of 160 points. In second place among the individual scorers is Harry Combes, Illinois versatile forward and Gurd, who has collected 83 points, two more than the total of Ken Gunning of Indiatia. John Townsend of Michigan climbed from f i f t h place to fourth with a 73 point total. THE LEADERS G FG FT FTM PI' TP 1'oiinr. ' Punliic X T3 -K R 1- 1-0 Cnmbc.s. t-f I l l i n o i s S :il 1.1 ! l l »'J f i l i n n i n r , f I n d i a n a 0 XX IS 1 t l i XL Ttttt'iisenri f, iMichiian ...-· ;-· -;:l -I I I ~.\ JUrMlEhael, f Xorlli \vestern t '.Vi 17 7 U li'J K u n d l i , ( Mjnncsol* ... 7 SS If. li I I l1 A d d l n g l o n , r Minnesota .w7 'il - * a 12 «M ' Ethirt;'f-~ " = "' '- - · · lllillana . 9 « 18 S 17 03 Stephens, t loiva 9 IB 25 I! 3'J "I H o u d r e a u , f I l l i n o i s 8 23 13 i: 3 3!) Koonej-, t Wisconsin ... ~ . 2'i IS 1:! H 38 G, games: FG, field jroals; FT. free Ihrou-s: FTM, free throws misled; PF, rersonal fouls; Tl' r (utal points. Plymouth Five Gets Eighth Win at Rudd in Twin River Loop RUDD-- Plymouth high school won its eighth straight game in the Twin River conference from Rudd, second place learn, 27 to 17, Tuesday night. The Plymouth five clinched the championship !ast week, while Rudd is in second place for the season. The Tuesday game was a defensive battle that saw a scoreless first quarter, with Plymouth ahead by 12 to 11 at the half. The lead changed hands four times in the first half of the final period, with the taller Plymouth squad ·finally pulling out ahead. The local reserves won 17 to 15 in the final 15 seconds of their game. Local Jaysee Hoopers Take Tenth Tussle Overtime Session Needed to Decide Contest Here as Local Team Wins. 'Way Too Close MASON CITY--!I8 Hampton High Wins in Ackley Contests A C K L E Y -- Hampton high .school, paced by.Harmon with 1:3 points, defeated Ackley, 33 to 27, in a Tuesday night basketball game here, Krusc leading the home team with nine points, while Greslin scored six. New Providence beat the local girls 22 to 20, as Hartema paced Ackley. Osage High Wins in Cresco Court Fight OSAGE--Osage high school defeated the Cresco basketball team here Tuesday night by a score of SO to 16. The score at half time was 22 to 7. Lang was high point man for Osage with 15 points. Ernest was high for Cresco with five points. In a reserve game Osage won 14 to 11. ASK FOR B U D G E T DEPT. Donnelly Service, Inc. Gnortrich Tires ami Accessories 125 1st St. S. K. Mason City Shots FG FT FIJI 1'F Pis riiosu--:7 Simla FG FT FTM IT II U t I 0 L a n e / Usher f .. IlrAham t rl S h e c k l e r s TOTALS .. Gil IX N E L L Shipley f . Morrison [ f l i e s t t e n f . Miller c . .. 1' o Thedc c ... Nash K .-- Frnns jc ... Covey K *- InfeU ff .. TOTALS ---- CIS lli 5 1 Score by periods: M A S O N CITY ...... 1 Hi 2 GI1INNELL, FROSH U li 111 !R! 33 Referee: rhil "Pop" Tliurtle (Iowa). 3J S3 By AL MITCHELL · Globe-Gazette Sports Editor. Battling through their second overtime contest here in three seasons. Grinnell college's freshman basketball team fought Mason City junior college to a last-hall standstill, saw the Trojans go ahead by six points in an overtime session, then popped in live counters during a breathless minute, falling one point short to lose 38 to 37. Mason City, leading at the liHlt by 10 points, saw its margin lade as the Little Pioneers pulled up in Ihe last half, led by Jim Nash, SHIPLEY IN GAME Jack Shipley, who played with Mason City high school's Mohawks in the two seasons past, took one of Gale .Lane's fireball passes squarely in the face Tuesday night as he played forward for the Grinnell yearlings. Still wearing the unbreakable glasses he used all through his career as a high school eager, the former Mason City prep left the game, but was not injured. former Central Sioux City star, to send the game into an extra session. It WHS the tenth victory in 14 starts for the Trojans. .,Galc Lane built tlje JVIoh.awk lead in the first session, counting up a dozen points, while Loren Sheckler kept the Trojans in the ball game during the final heats with.11 counters after a scoreless first half. It was Sheckler who scored from the court to give the Trojans the lead in the overtime period, and Lee Usher who added the finishing kick with a pair of baskets, to insure the win. Trojans Grab Lead. Usher pushed Snell's long bouncer up and into the ring to give the Trojans the jump. Lane set himself in the sidecourt to punch through a f l a t shot and make the margin 4 to 0. Morrison's short one opened the Little Pioneer scoring, but Shipley failed to add to the total as lie missed a free chance on Hert's foul. Lane zipped in a free throw on Wash's technical foul, and got set again in the corner for a clean finger to give the Trojans a 7 to 2 lead. The slow first period ended with the same score as both teams failed to penetrate the defenses. Lane drilled the net again from far out as the second period got under way, and Snell slapped in a rebound to make it 11 to 2. He eased another dead one into the bottom of the strings from bade of the free throw area after the next tipoff, and tossed, anothei that Lane baited back into the ring to set the score at la to 2. Lead by JO Points. Nash poked in a short one from the free throw lane for Grinnell's second basket, but Lane got back a point with a dead-eye free throw on Infelt's foul, and pushcc the bottom right out of the bvickel with a ringer from a deep angle to give the Trojans an 18 to 4 lead. Biestien whipped in a hook shot as he broke by Sheckler, and Miller dropped through a clean ringer just before the half ended to leave the Trojans in the leaci by IS to 8. Nash dropped in a free throw for a Little Pioneer counter as Snell fouled him early in the thirc heat, but Sheckler finally fount the ring after a hard-luck first half, poking in a one-handcr to make it 20 (o .9. Nash countec for Grinncll from the free thro zone, but Sheckler broke up another attack, pivoted all the way 'round and arched one from fa nut. Miller's goal made it 22 to 13 after the next tipoff. Sheckler Hits Goals. Sheckler goaled a free chance on Miller's foul, but Morrison tossed another for Grinnell as the Mason Cityan drew a persona- penalty. Sheckler tipped in a one-hander on a neat dribble, after Hert had bounced out of an underbasket tangle to,get the bal moving up the court The score went to 25 to 14. Sheckler openet tire again from a corner to punch another through the middle, bu Franz countered with a onc- hamlcrl. running shot . from fai back to make it 27 to 16. The (Onlinurfi on Nr.xt Tage) Shipley Goes 'Way Up High Ole Diz Bets He's Good for $50,000 This Season .ays Wager With Rajahs 1 ' Jack Shipley, former Mason City higli school eager, stretched tip after this one as lie performed at forward for Griiincll college's freshman basketball team here Tuesday night. Morrison, Tlicclc and Franz are Hie other Little Pioneer eugcrs In the f if lit miller the groal, while Gale Sncll is trying to climh as high as the lanky [or- iner Mohawk. (Lock Photo, "Kaycuay Engraving) Rosedale Drops Bakers in - North Iowa Court Contest Tournament Boxscores ROCKFORl)--Sy [IOWA FALLS--Ci fg f l p f i /B fl pt T u r n e r f HI o j;Faust f !i (I t Calvin f 2 1 ;tj Woods f » n t Giith I :t 0 J I Co) I is r 1 1 2 M a g i U o i i t ^ "i ^[Santec c -I « ^ Rinck u 11 41 n j i M c t c a l t c r U 41 I D a l l y c n (1 f | I I o b z i e i i K 0 4| I G r a h a m f l it :!(Wright K ^ ^ r C h e s t n u t t I k I ~| H e n d e r s o n g :i r n j Wilson g n II 11] TOTAL t ] I l . » j TOTAL Jli U 10 R u n n i n g score by q u a r t e r s : H u c k r o r d , . . , , IS, ;!! ^(i Iowa F»IU ^ ly Hissed: R o c k l o r d 8; loiva free llirow: Fall* C, FERTiLn--rio ICA.VD MEATS--10 fj: ft r'l IE n pr C . J c i i k l n i r 0 0 l)]3loan f I I I ! D a v i s r 2 i t!|Gnycr f n n 0 J. J e n k i n s f 4 0 4 i l J r K c l l i f A II II Rye c It 4. U| White c 0 1 0 West coil K a (f O f K e e c a n c ^ U 0 O u v c r i o n r ·' " - [ l l a d d y g: I t 0 I-'urn ess c (I II I) J O Is oil R 0 0 :i Huiomc 5 0 U J J C a r p e n t e t r 0 d j R l i o l l p ll 11 » TOTAL ! 8 'J|1'OTAJ, 8 R 10 K u n n i n i : score by q u a r t e r s : F r r l i l e , (i I I S'i 2H Canned Meats li » I'- If! Free throws missed; Fertile 3; C a n n e d Meats 7. HAMPTON-- IN { H A Y r i C L D - /£ tt p f i ToivJe t - I - I f l l f e a c k f I , n n ? f 7 :i l l . t l r r i r l r . s t F r r d r r i c k s c -"i u - i j c r i r i s t r n s c n nia-itellar g I i 3| P a u l s o n JC Strau- f I 1 ll| T a y l o r x P i p e r j I :i ! i | H c i n y K T O T A L '!0 3 i:t|TOTAl- R u n n i n g s c o r e by / l u a r l e n : H a m p t o n ', ^l If H vl I 1 2 ·; n -t c .1 t i 5 ci :i a i n n ti 3 Free throws missed: Hampton 7; Hayfield a. FORT L)ODC]t:--:il |DIA. BHEAD-- 3! Jf It p/l fjr f l pf Johnson f I 0 I j U e r b e n e r f 1 0 1 Rrand f f 0 CJ|ScanIon ( 1 1 1 M u l e r p a w t ,1 0 3[Humphrey f 3 ^ : Xordeen c , 4 " I J M a c D o n a l d o i - 31 L a r j e n t f 3, I 21 Isaacson f ^ f l Powers r II f) 11 Lane- f u (\ I) G a w l r y s I 5 i j TOTAL l:t 8 A J T O T A L . J l 5 1 1 ) T l u n n l n j r score b y q u a r t e r s : Fort Dodjrr, I'i 1" 'id K l JM D i a m o n d Ilreari .. :i 1-1 ±'i ^1 :i;( F r e e Ihron'.t min.sccl: For! D o d j e :i; n i a - inm.d Mr r i d I. C O R N «;TRV-- 33 I O I . I V K R r i i u r t l e r J n b n s n n I A n d e r s o n c Paul s Killman i Lee f Kruggtl s n I I K - l ^ m n i e r I r, X · J j l ' r h h t f 5 l\ U l l a h n f n n ojf;. nnsan f, I l i1|Llniiaman f n T l | M u l [ r r ; I n 0[C. p u g A n s t f f t p t n n o l n n ' ft n n I II '! n n i R n l TOTAL IS 5 13|TOTAL Tl 5 fi R u n n i n g score b y q u a r t e r s : Corn C o u n t r y fi 21 ^,t ri.i Oliver 5 17 S3 31 Free t h r o w s missed: Corn C o u n t r y 3; Oliver 0. ,, Thompson High Has Win in Two Scraps THOMPSON--Thompson won a double basketball victory Tuesday night, the home givls nosing oul Lelantl high school 27 to 25 after a poinl-for-point battle all the way, while (he boys won 36 lo 24 from Lcland. Thriller on Program Her as Teams Battle fojc Tourney Win. NORTH IOWA TOURNAMENT At Mason City "Y." SBCONI) n O U N l l W e d n e s d a y Games. Class B. 7 -- D e c k e r I n w a n a s vs. F e r t i l e I n d i a n * . 8 -- Pabst lllue R i b b o n vs, H a m p t o n Wliit K a j l e s . Fall Clas* A. 0-- .Marshall and S w i f t vs. I . S h a m r o c k s . Ill -- Corn C o u n t r y vs. Rosedale (F Ilodge. A five game program o[ lour namcnt tausUetball was toppc Tuesday night by a pair of thrill crs, one o[ them going into a overtime session before it coul be decided, at the North fowa fn dependent meet, held on the M. C. A. court. Rosedale Creamery oE Foi Dodge made the long trip to Ma son City to play and win a toug contest with Diamond Bread, tak ing a 34 to 33 decision in an over time session after the Bakers ha fought into the lead just before th final gun, only to see the scoi lied after they had iost the ball o an attempted stall. Miitcr.spaw Counts. Millers paw's goal in the ext period provided most of the m;u gin for the Creamery team. The Fertile Indians nosed 01 Decker's Canned Meats in an cai ly evening game, 20 to 19, lo pro vide another tight contest, whi other victories came fairly easj The Iowa Falls Shamrocks de feated the Carrott Hardwares Rockford, 43 to 26, in the openin contest Tuesday, playing on th late date after snow-blocke roads forced them to cancel a Sat urday night engagement. Hampton Eagles Win. Hampton's White Eagles loo in Hayfielri's Black Raiders by 4 to 37. while Corn Country o£ Ma son City defeated the Oliver Trac tors of Charles City by 33 to 23. Four feature contests were Ic on tap Wednesday for Ihe nigl tournament program, with Rose dale coming here from Fort Dodg 1o oppose Corn Country, currcn local league leader, after Marsha and Swift played the Iowa P"al Shamrocks. Decker's I/nvao.'is an the Fertile Indians play in Cias B, with Pabst Blue Ribbon oppos ing Hampton's While Eagles. Y BASKETBALL The Collegians defeated the Hashers 17 to 11, while the Dormers won 23 to 5 from the Around Towners in the Y. M. C. A. membership league's contests this week. Regular Commercial league games scheduled Wednesday have been postponed a week because of (he North Iowa Independent lournamenl. E-GAZETTE. Cage Scores SPORTS SECTION That He Can Get Big Boost From Cards. HOT SPRINGS, Ark., (UP) -crams: "Dixzy" Dean, self-elected iroblem chilli of professional asebnll. lias l5et n hundred clnlliir uit of clothes with Rngci'S Hnrns- iy that he will win in his ?50,00fl .oldoul. Ole Diz, here In become a fac- ilty member of the Ray Doan laseball school, repeated his de- erminalion to hold oul for $50,00. He Insisted that unless he ets it, Branch Rickey in particu- ar and professional baseball in 'eneral would be without the ervices of the dizzy one in 1937. "You'll Bo Forgotten." Hornsby, also here to assist in caching rudiments of baseball to oung hopefuls, took advantage o* he opening. "Not only will you not get $50,'00 for playing ball with the Cardinals this season, but you're vrong in saying yoir'lt retire from Baseball this season if you don't vin your holdout," said Hornsby. He told Diz that even if he re- ired from baseball for a year, 'you'll be forgotten just like Babe Ruth." "Well," said Dean, "if my 1937 contract doesn't top what they me last year (?27,OQO) they'll lave to pay me a $1,000 bonus for every game over 20 I win. Every Third Day. "And that ole contract'll have to specify that I start every third lame after winning my first 20. "I'm disgusted with baseball anyway, and I don't give a damn whether I play or not." But Diz apparently has no real doubts that the great "Me 'n Paul" OLE FROSH WIN IN WALDORF GO Overtime Battle Sees Iowa Cagcrs Lose in Closing 'Seconds, by 24-22. FOREST CITY --Waldorf col lege dropped a tight game on the local court to the 51. OlaC freshman basketball team Tuesday night when Tripp, visiting guard, hit the hoop for the winning field goal with only 30 seconds of an overtime period remaining. The score stood at 22 to 22 when the fourth quarter ended. Lund, St. Olaf forward, topped the losers with three buckets from out in the court. Iowa Falls Wins in Doubleheader Fight CLARION -- Iowa Falls won both games of a cloublehcadei from Clarion here Tuesday night The Iowa Falls first team won 36 to 26 and the reserves were victorious 32 to 8. Iowa Falls led 15 to 11 at the half. In the third quarter Clarion toolc the lead, then it was recaptured by Iowa Falls Santcc- of Iowa Falls was high man, scoring 22 points. White anc Tomkr. each had eight points foi Clarion. combination might not go bacl with the Red Birds this season. "Me 'n Paul oughta win abou 40 this year," lie said. J U N I O R c f oi.i.i;r.i: M A S O N C I T V nS; ( i r l m i r l l Frnsli ill. Kinmelstivinr 'IS: K s t h c r v l l l r 21. SI. Otal Frnsh 21i W a l d o r l ( I ' o r e s l C i t y ) '.'-'. Gracelitnd 17; C h i l l j c n l l i r 1.1. H I G H S C H O O L HOLY F A M I L Y 27-17-IG; Svvalcilatc 5-18-2IJ. Thompson SG.'li', '.eland 2l-ri5. (ii.hiriclJ 4S-M; Dmvs 33-1U. Ilaniplon 33; Ackley 1 J 7. Ne\v Providence 22i A c k l e y :!0 (girls). P l y m o u t h 21-ln; Ilufld 17-17. Osage 50-11: Cresco 10-11. Iowa Falls 30-311 Clarion M-8. Rockrord 27-24; Colwel! 22-15. K e n s e l t 31-11; Fertile 27-12. W a u k o n 21; D e c o r a h 2(1. COLLEGE U p p e r Iowa 41; L u l h e r :n. Simpson 54: Petm a:i. I ' l a t t e v i l l e Teacliers :!n; C n l u m l u a -R. Irtwa IVeslej-nn o l : St. A m h r o ^ e :17. S o u t h e r n N"irmal -7; \ V e \ l c r n L T n i r t i i ^.1. Goldfield High Has 19th Win of Season GOLDFIELD -- Gold field hiph school won its nineteenth basketball victory this season, defeating Dows 43 to 33 in ;i listless game Tuesday night. Nelson scored 12 points and Aagard 10 to load the home team, while Hackbartt counted IB for Dows. The Goldfield reserves won 35 to 19 from Dows after the score had been tied at 15-15 at the half. Rockford Wins Two From Colwell High ROCKB'ORD--Rockford won a basketball doubleheader from Colwell Tuesday night, the first team winning 27 to 22 and the second team 24 to 15. For Rockford. Crowell. Lohr and Moshci' were outstanding and for Colwell. Bil Hart and Schmitkc. Rockford was ahead 15 to 14 at the halt. Kensett High Wins in Fertile Tussle K E N S E T T -- Kensett high school's basketball team defcatec Fertile's cagers 34 to 27 Tuesdaj night. Cooper scored 13 points foi Kensett and Hunt starred for the local defense. Hovland was outstanding for Fertile. In the game for the reserves, Fertile won 12 to 11. NORTHSIDE GETS EDGE IN BATTLE AT HOME COURT Swaledale Loses Main Go, Wins Reserve, Junior Cage Contests. Northsiders Win H O L Y F A M I L Y -- 2 7 [ S W A L E U A L K -- 1 5 ff " L » f ! f t ft pf C. '/.iORlrr | ;t II M ' n n r i n f n i * i| J r r K i f r i r t f II U II.IMrl f n (t (T "i""v f » Ji ');i'»;\4i( r rrfr ( « » * i t l ' l i n r :· (1 l | K i h l y i: S fk 1 rh * »' I "' O j r i i t u r f - x n o I I 1 r i i i r n r U r ll II 0 ; W a r t l t 11 t 'i C n v a n a i i K h r I \ I . T r a r y i I ^ ;1 M u r p h y c » n i | » n r » r n ir fl n a U, Z J e s l e r s i -; fcj TOTAL U 7 M/ T O T A L ^ 1 X L L H o l y F a m i l y r*' *\\ "f "V S w a l c r t a l e ,| 4 || i,\ Free l l i r r v w b m l s i r d ; Holy F a m i l y 111 S\valc[lale 8. Holy Family high school rapped over Swaledale Tuesday night, 27 to 15, in the main event of a set of three contests at the Northsidei- court, dropping a reserve team game, 18 to 17, and losing a junior high school battle, 2G to 16. Big Jack Muehe, who led his team to a smashing victory OVCL- Si. Mary's of Emmetsburg last Sunday, again was the chief contributor to the Northside total, counting nine points. Swaledale held the home bnys even for the early minutes, with Holy Family leading B to 4. at the end of the first period, but went scoreless in the second quarter while the Northsiders piled up a 10 point lead. · Columbia Loses to Teachers in Scrap DUBUQUE, (A 3 )--Columbia college, fowa conference leader as the result of Luther's defeat by Upper Iowa Tuesday night, lost a non-conference basketball encounter to Platteville Teachers oj Platteville, Wis., 30 to 28. I SWITCHED OD6E O NLY a few weeks since Dodge announced new 1937 truck values to astound America...and already truck owners everywhere are switching to Dodge! "Before I bought my new truck I checked all three lowest-priced trucks for 1937 very carefully," writes Mr. T. Evensen of Chicago. 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