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CLEAR LAKE PUT OUT OF RUNNING. IN 21-17 CLASH Joe Jensen Stars for Lions With 15 of 17 Points Made in Game. PARNER won the right to meet ^ the Mason City Mohawks in the final game of the class A division of the sectional basketball tournament at the Mason City high school bv defeating Clear Lake 21 to 17 Friday night in the semifinals. Garner *vas scheduled to meet Mason City :n the final class at 8:30 Saturday. Joe Jensen, with 6 field goals and 3 free throws, practically played the whole game for Clear Lake. Bigga and M. Jensen, with a free throw apiece, were the only other Lions to score. Lemke was the high man for Garner with 10 points. The Garner quintet took the lead early in the game and closed the first quarter with a 4 to 3 lead. The shooting of Bunkofske for Garner and Joe Jensen for Clear Lake, was the feature of the opening period. Lemke for Garner and Jensen for ·Clear Lake staged a scoring dual In the second quarter of the- frame with Jensen winning the decision by giving- Clear Lake the lead at the half 13 to 12. Biggs and Jensen scored in the final half but Ziesmer for Garner tic the score 16-16. Bunkofske sank two field goals near the close of the quarter to put Garner in the lead 18 to 16 at the end of the quarter, Garner led the scoring- from then on. GARNER--31 FG FT PF lemke, f .. 1( 4 2 1 Ziesmer, f 2 0 2 Bunkofske, c ..". '. .2 8 0 ·Tass, g 0 0 ° Hastings, g- 0 GARNER REACH CLASS A FINALS 0 Totals . .. s . ..8 5 8 FG FT PF CLEAR LAKE--17 Jensen, f .. Biggs, f ... Garlock, c Hanna, g . Anderson, g ,, Jensen, g 0 Totals 6 Substitutions: Peterson for Biggs, Benners for Oarlock, M. Jensen lor Anderson, Garlock for Benners. Referee: Ladd. Umpire: Billings. 3' 1 0 0 0 1 EIGHT RESULTS b.as been um. ·' · - ~ ' the : i-Ni'ur^ajn«aE. ASSOCIAUSD PRESS i - ^r SfiiOAGU^-urwaoriinuw;-- si.rax:-.«*=: ·?.-M^iutpouitcdrKIn»; : :ii)vli.sky, CnlraroJ 2=f ont- (10). BatlUng tsaio, Birmingham, Ala. Dolnted Lou Scoua. Buffalo, N. Y. Baxter Colmes, Wichita, S»n«., and Mickey McKarland r Pneblo, Colo., drew, (8). 3ETRO1T-- Charlie Rctilatf, Ditluth, slopped Tom HKncr, New Zealand, ( 7 ) . Johnny Jadlck. Philadelphia,- knocked out Hoy Colllnn, Erie, Pa., (6). BOSTON -- Sanimy Fuller, Bonlon, out- pointed Tony Cnnionerl, ivbrtd lightweight cliamplun. (10). Non-title. HARTFORD, Conn. -- Bat Baltalino, world featherweight champion, outpointed Voting Zszznrlno. Marlon, N. J., (10). Non-title. OMAHA -- Rosy Rosalcs, Cleveland, out- pointed Tiger Jack Payne, Omaha, (10). BASKETBALL RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS COLLEGE. CrcJgbtori' 3l{ drinnell 27. IParaous 32; \Vasl;Ington Junior- college 20. St. Ambrose 31; Penn 20. Notre Dame 20; Marque tic 25. HJver Fall* Teachers 31: Milwaukee Normal 11. CtDftavUN Adolphas 41; St. Johnfl ' (t'ollcffC- SPECIAL MATCH AVaync . Kladnen Streler . Itoblnson JnhnKon TOTALS J. Berry .. Krumhholt Brakrl Hnninhrey F. Duncan. TOTALS ALBERT LEA. 138 104 IBB 185 148 168 100 101) 210 17(1 811 013 SIASON CITY. 104 121 215 180 !82 5XD 182 201 1114 137 :871 80S 140 300 108 lea 846 18S 184 197 no 178 su sin 4R1 48S 84 8 04 L 3570 4 GO C68 S3!) 65:1 410 2001 BOXING ARMORY' Thursday, March 12 ROUNDS Ausplcrs American lesion Brurn Corpf DON HAMPTON vs. KID LEHR 6 Rounds ' "FRANKIE" SPARGO ' VS. JACK McGROOTY 6 Bounds · GORDON STEWART vs. YOUNG CASEY . 6 rounds HERR MAX GOULD SPEEDY "CLAYTON 6 rounds 5-- OTHER BOUTS^S SEAT SAM; BOYD-S CIGAR STORE STARTING MONDAY BE*GAZETTE S RTS MASON CITY, IOWA, MARCH 7 1931 KENSETT BEATS FERTILE IN SEMIFINALS ALL-MISSOURI VALLEY CAGE STARS ENTERS CLASS B TOURNEY FINALS BY18-13VICTORY Boyctte Stars as High Man With 4 Field Goals and a Single Gift Shot. In Kensett defeated Fertile 18 to 13 the first gams of the class B semifinals Saturday morning. Ken- v «1 d 5 ' t o X at the 1 uar * er but Fertile rallied for a 8-7 lead at the half. Kansett was leading 13 to 11 at three-quarter period. ' Boyette of Kenselt was high man with 4 field goals and 1 free throw Kensett was scheduled to' play in the final game of the Class B division at 7.-30 Saturday evening. fERTILE--13 1 FG Oswald,' t i Rholl, f , Oral sen, o. ""ft , E y '"' Aaocixtd Ptia Pbolo Above are leading stars of the Missouri Valley conference' basketball race, selected after a poll of coaches and sports writers by the Associated Press. (1) .Tohn Monahan, Drake, guard; (2)-Herb Steiflermm. Washington, guard; (S) Frank Duhcan, Grinnell, forward; (4) Jamie Harrison, Oklahoma Aceles, center; (5) Maurice Van Ackeren, Creighton, forward. 'TUFFY' ESCAPES SLUGGING RIGHT TO DEFEAT KING Decision for Sioux Cityan Is Popular With Cash Customers. By -WHJUAM WEEKES TuHy Griffiths pleased customers ""fkjiy" ^GrififitiiS, the young- Sibux City, heavyweight, woke up today, no longer bothered by the threat of King L/evinaky of t h e d y n a m i t e right hand -- and w o r t h $25,000 more than he was yesterday. Blending h i s boxing skill with enough slugging: to keep the king- f iah'a m i g h t y right from doing too much damage. Griffiths l a s t night pounded out a 10 round decision before 15,066 f 's in the Chicago stadium. Levinsky, as usual, was dangerous from one end of the fight to the other but Griffiths' margin was pronounced enough to make the decision of the judges and referee popular. The Sioux City heavyweight was credited with six rounds to one for Levinsky, with three even. Griffiths employed a jolting straight left to keep Levinsky away, and occasionally opened up with solid rights to the body. The king did manage to get home with the right a couple of times, staggering the tough one in the sixth and nearly dropping him in the ninth round. Griffiths had a small advantage in weight, scaling 186% to 180 for Levinsky. The whole card was pleasing to the spectators, especially the victory of Battling- Bozo, of Birmingham, Ala., who scored a decisive and entertaining 10 round decision victory over Lou Scozza, sharp punching Buffalo light heavyweight in the semifinals. Scozza weighed 169 pounds to 180 for Bozo. BOWLING SCHEDULE . - ^ - B-I3. Maium City Bowling Lcaitue. (I-ant Week of nowllnj) AIlejH 1 and l!. Monday -- Faljilaff Pnle v», Allen Cafe. Tuesday -- A(lan Special vs. OhampUn Rc- alne company. Wcdnrnday -- N. W. St. T. Cement o f f i c e YH. Danlfln* Service. Thursday -- Deckers' Inwnnan va. Flrenldc Fuel company. Frldny -- Oniikland-Pnnlt^cB vs^Ideol Sonrt and Gravel company. Alleys 3 and 4. Monday -- Globe-Gazette vs. Studebaker Free* Wheelers, Tuesday-- International Harvester company vn. Real Silk Hosiery. Wednesday-- -Faktor Bakery \«. Fprtty Bakery. Thumday -- Lyons C leaner* VB. Hermanson Bros. Dairy, Friday -- N. W. St. r. Cement plant vs. Chapln O'Nell Conl. SATURDAY'8 EXHIBITION BASEBALL SCHEDULE By The Associated Presii. At DalJaa-- New York (N vs. Dalian. At St. Petersburg--- New York (A vs. Boalon ( N ) . At New Orleans -- Cleveland (A.) va. New Orleans. At Miami-- Philadelphia (A.) v.i. St. Lonla ( N ) , At Houston -- Chicago A) VB. Jlouaton. At Los Angeles -- Chicago (N) va. Los Angolea. Cage Field REAL SILK FIVE WINS 3 STRAIGHT TIRE TEAM Cut to Half in Playing Total of 493 Teams Taken From Meets. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ,.,:Of.--the .750^ quintets-,entered in the ninth annual Iowa Stato high school basketball tournaments, 493 had been eliminated Saturday and seven of the sixteen finalists last year were already out of the running. When the finals of the sectional tournaments are completed, only 84 prep teams will be left as prospective state champions, and of this number 68 will be dropped from the list in the district meets next week. Davenport, 1929 and 1930 champions, breezed thru its first contest last night, defeating Lyons 58 to 10. Newton, runnerup, also found easy going, trimming Grinnell 22 to 12. Other fives which reached the state meet last year and survived the first two days of tho 1931 tournament were Paton, the consolation winner, Henderson, Mallard, Gon- eseo consolidated, Fort Dodge and Oskaloosa. The less fortunate of last year's finalists were Atlantic, La Moille, West Waterloo, Swea City, Britt, Kinross and Maloy. Add to this list of unfortunates Otranto, humbled by Lawler in the Charles City section 41 to 1. YOUNG CASEY TO BATTLE STEWART IN SIX ROUND GO Rematch Is Welcomed by Ring Fans; Clayton to Meet Herr Max Gould. Young Casey, Waterloo slugger, was signed Friday to meet Gordon Stewart of Dows in a rematch of six rounds on the 42 round boxing card scheduled for the armory Thursday, March 12. Joe Kelly closed the match ]ate Friday night by a telephone call with George Metcalf, the Waterloo slugger's manager, who stated that he would he on hand the twelfth. The pair fought toe to toe i n ' t h e other match and slugged their way into the hearts ' of the fans here. They brot more applause than any boxers that ever fought in the armory. Speedy Clayton, Sioux Fall's featherweight, signed to meet Herr Max Gould, conqueror of AI Bork, in one of the six round bouts. Clayton and Gould have both been here before and have won their bouts easily. Gould defeated Al Bork and Clayton won over Carl Nelson. SWEA CITF BOOKS GAME WITH OS AGE SWEA CITY. March T.--The Swjea City Cardinals have booked another game to be played Monday night at Osage against the .Osage Indians. The team played this team in the Mason City tournament and defeated them. IIANSELL--17 Srhaull, i . . . 4chnler, t . . . SwlUer, c . . . . Held, g Bumn, £ . . . . g , . . . Atlas Special Downs Cement Bowlers; Albert Lea Five Beaten. The Real Silk bowlers won three games straight from the Joe Daniels' Service team in Friday's bowl ing in the city league. The Atlas Special won two games . from the Northwestern States Portland Cement plant. Parks took the high, single honors with 224. Sam Peterson won the high three game total with 5461. T. H. Vermilya won the theater tickets with 620. A Mason City pick-up team defeated the Albert Lea All-Stars in two games out of three In a special match. T. Krumbholz was high all around with 215 for a single game and 568 for his three game total. In the Standard Oil league, the Perfection and Iso Vis teams each won 3 games straight. Axel! was high all around with 199 for single total. and 586 for a three game A bowlcra' meeting is scheduled for Sunday at 2:30 o'clock a.t the Boyd Bowling alloys. The planned tournament^ will bo discussed at that time and all bowlers have been requested to bo there. Took . . . . Vermllyn. llnniber Krall HEAL S1J.K JIO.SIKRV. Handicap TOTALS Paulson Rompy . . I'arjts . . Jtanlels . Handlr-up Total! 82 11)7 ... .](!! . . ' . . I S O - . . . 1 H 5 .... 111 ..,.980 JOB DANIELS' I!!17* 14(1 143 ..183 . . 03 . .873 204 14R 141 193 181 1(15 163 170 111 111 CS7 043 SERVICE. 108 171 107 13L 224 1(17 1«2 100 93 018 83 D17 527 530 A05 IDS 487 333 473 .412 R37 4ns nil) 27!) M. N. W. ST. P. CKMENT PLANT '·' 107 130 171 1»5 E. Clausen 1H7 !24 145 114 181 ion 201 18.1 202 12 474 476 471 48H 424 IRS T. Johnson igo Handicap flg Tolsto 033 703 103 2510 ATLAS SPECIAL Schmidt i-in 207 r. WIlcox 107 183 wlrson ]7j 151 WnMi 188 ]·,) Peterson 180 104 andl»ap 72 73 Totals D28 040 S22 54(1 STANDARD OIL LEAGUE Nf u 'f.lfUtr . Adeock . Payrc . . Audi TOTALS Youngernion Anrtftrson .. Williams .. S til well . . . Olto TOTAI.S Morelnnd . ifolland .. Hnrdy Snenson , , Krm TOTAW Knnrr Gnlhraclli .Mulloy . . . U'elih Qumblc TOTALS ISO-VIS. .100 131 .144 173 .130 177 .101 1(13 . . .755 SOT ATLAS TIBES. .105 187 .131 l l f l .147 182 .1BI 187 .141 188 .70S 770 PERFECTION. .185 I7« .131 171 .130 134 .138 111 .135 120 .. .703 718 RFD CROWN ETHVL. . 123 HO. inn 109 787 123 las 13(1 713 .173 .1«7 .110 . 113 .187 .709 105 165 131 130 170 701 13K 163 14H 145 177 771 130 IM 100 121 180 482 38 C 2401 3D3 372 4S5 563 435 221B 490 ins 412 3M 432 2198 498 408 3flO 347 SO 7 2 I U 8 FT 3 0 n 1 J. KENSETT-- is' P. Bronsvola, I West, I BlrdscU, o FQ 1 1 0 4 2 Ored.cn. IT 1 n n i o O. Brungvold* s Totals 8 ,, Hubntltutlnn? · o. Brunsvold for \\esi. Kcfcrec: Billman; umpire, Ladd. Vf z 4 1 3 3 . . 3 .-.1 .11 ..8 ..0 ...0 FT 1 1 0 0 1 o TF 0 1 I n i Totals ^ 22 a 4 Substitutions: Savldge for-Shnall, Butler lor hclinler. Judy for Bwltzer, M. Judy foi Held, Brtndlo for Bums. y HANLONTOWN--17 FG FT fV Elvesether, t ..if j *£ , Austin, f , Domholdt, g BllUnist nmplre, Ladd. Totalu Koiereo: HANLONTOWN 31, HANLONTOWN-- 31 Elvesclher, f ...... .. Austin, J .......... SWAI.EDALE 13 Gc*me, c Domholdt, . ............ SubBUtuUoiu: Miller for Dnmholdt. SIVALBDALE-- 13 Tracy, I ............ J- Ward, * .......... fllaaon, c ............ I'elerson, j ......... W. Ward, s .......... Ermtmlt, f .......... Total* ........ ........... n Substitution!: 1'ctcmrm for J. Krnitiel for W. W*rt, J. Ward for Pclfrson for Muon. Referee: Ijadd; umpire, Billings. HANSELL 43, VENIUR.* ]0. HANSELL -- 13 FO tT Savldge, f ....... : ......... 0 0 Schnull, t ..... . . . . . . . . . . . .0 f) Scl.uler, I ............... |i n Butler, o .................. o o 1 tjwltter, c ................ 7 o Held, B ......... . ........ 6 i Burn:, g .................. i o ToUIs .................. 21 i o SunBtltuUoun: SnlUcr for SavltI K o, Boiler for Schuler, Schaler for Butler, Savldro for B»ll».cr. .VENTCKA -- 19 S. OoodllnK, f .. C. Gord, t . R. Grell, c ............... 3 N. AndenoR, g . . . . ........ o B. Andcraon, g . . . . . ....... 4 TotAlfl ........ . ......... 9 Kuballtutlnnn: None. R«fere«: Ladd; umpire. Billings. SHEFFIELD 22, ORAFTON 9. S1IKFKIKLI)--22 f . . Thornjw, K - - · Kammlerer, c Eno, ' g Crook, R; . . . . . FT 9 o u 0 0 Totals 10 2 7 Substitutions: Stork for Ensllnjter. Rodcn- mfcycr for Knmmlcrer, Eno for Crook. GRAFTON--9 FG FT FT Bnomann, f ! . . o 0 Z Isenhart, f , 2 . 1 1 Crlmmlnir, c .0 n 1 Bublltz, g . . . . - , . . . 0 ' 0 1 Walker, K 0 1 1 Hack bar. K l l l Totals ' 3 3 7 Substitutions: CHmmlng for Rappatll, Ilackbir for liublltt, IlubUlt far Walker. Refereo: Ladd; umpire. Bluings. KKNSF.TT RENSKTT--20 P. Brunsvuld, f , West, f Blrdsell, o J. Boyette, f .. O. Brunavold, K . O. Bruntvold, [ , 36, MAWIF.LD I f i . FO ....7 ....0 .-. .0 4 ....0 FT 9 I 1 9 n o TF 9 1 2 Totln 12 2 g Substitutions: 0. Tennld for P. Brumvold, Hflm.««nrt frir West, Kdtrnrd for nirdtf.tl, H. Ifansen for O. Brunsvnld, O. Brunavold for Boycttc. ' HAVFlei.ll--16 FR , Malck, ( . . ChrlHleruten, FT 9 9 9 4 9 Pauleen, g Totals e 4 2 Substitutions: Goldbuff for Malek, Alaltk for Gold buff. PEBTHE 17, I--EHTILK--17 Oswald, t . Bholl, f Oredsen, e Sanderson, c Brue, (r FO ..3 ..2 . .1 ..0 Total* Substitutions: flMkill un for (ianhlll. PLVSIOimi-- IS Vlekerman, f Olles, 1 Dorney, c ........ . R«ab, x Bulls, g In. FT 1 1 0 I D 7 3 for Oredien, FO i « l ] o FT pjr 9 9 1 0 0 PK I Totals 7 ] Snbstltallnns: None. Referut Ladd-. utnaU*. BllUnn. Sectional Tourney Scores By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS DISTKIOT 1 AT FAIRFIBLD Clnss A _ . (lint Round) Falrlleld 27[ Washington. 24. Class B (Pint Hound) Balavta BZl Loclirid»6 21. Birmingham 26i OllHi Z4. Bonafitulo 2B; Pleasant Plain 13. (Second Round) Packwood 27; Birmingham 14. Richmond 33; Bonaparte ID. Mount Vnlon 28; BnUtvIa 12. AT MARENQO Class A (First Round) Brooklyn 20; Marenfro 10, (Semifinal Round) Iowa City 37; wmlamsburr 10. Class U (First Round) Guernsey 32; Sharon 20. Hart wick 25; South English 23. Victor 20; Kinross 16.. (Second Round) Cossrove 30; MUIersuurt 88. Guernsey Z l ; Pamell IB. lllolrstoivn 26; Barnes City 4, Victor 33l Hartwlck IB. AT BURLINGTON Class A (Semifinal Round) Keokuk 21; Medlapolls 14. Mt. Pleasant 10; Ft. Madison II. , Class n (Socond Round) , Olds 34; Argylo 13. Denmark* 10; Pleasant Lawn 17. Salem 30: Bpcn-y 13. Yarmouth 23; Wlnfleld 18. AX OLOOniFIELl) Class A (First Rot-nil) Donaldson 29; Allcrton 10. CentervUlc 44: Ttlysllc 8. (Senilfinal Round) Farmlnglon 33; llqimellAon 31. Centcrvlllc 34; nloomflcld 22. Class,B (First Round) Donds 25l Pulaskl 23. CruilrU 19; Vronilso City 15. AT MUSCATINE CII8S A. (llrst Round) Columhus Junction 26: Wapcllo 1'3. Xxinc Tree 20; Waylond SB. (Semifinal Round) ittnacatine 00; Momlnj; San 10. Class B (First Round) Grand View 33; Wymnn 20. CrawfordsvlUo 40; Nichols 21. (Second Round) Colons 16; I-tlls 11. AT OTTUJnVA Class A (Second Round) Ottunmn. 11; Slxoumcy 9. Cluss B (Kcoftnd Round) Illleman 25; Glbion 11. Marl«n»liur-r 13: Btlmn 18. Kenswlck 2:!l Heota 17. Thomburg 18: Wthstcr 11. AT DAVENPORT Class A · (Klrat Round) TleWtt 21; WcHt Branch 12. Ilavcnport fi8: Lyons 10. (Second Round) .Sabula 21; SprlnBdnlo 13. minnm-i 24; Ixisl Nnllon 18. Ilcnnett 4u;.Weldon 2B. DISTRICT 2 AT DECORAH Clans A. (Semifinals). Crcscn 27: PoiilvUlo 18. \Vaukon 20: West Union 15. Class B. (Second R n n n d ) . Farmersbunf 21; I.ansln;- 15. (Overtime). TJmo Sprlnr.8 18; CIem\ont Ifi. KlKln 31: Marquctto 10. Elma 21): Walervllle Ifi. AT REINBECK ClnsH A. (Semifinals). Relnbcck Ifi; Tama 10. Gllidbmok ao; Oruncly Cmter 18. (First Round). Granpn Tn^\i]shlp 30: Dlnsdale 1G. WellsburR 47; Garwln 33. Genoeo 37: Whlttcn 21. (Second Round). Aplln^ton 30; Hudson 22. demons 33: J.Ist'omh II. Orange Township 29: Mnntonr 17. Genesro 26: Wcllsbun 21. AT OELWEIN Class A. . (Semifinals). Moynard 21; Fa-rette I B . Strawberry Point 14: .Independence I I . (First Round). -Randalla 10; Dundee 14. (Overtime). Stanley 22; Edge-rood 10. Volj-a City 3 1 : Elkport 10. FAlrbank 30; \Vlnthmp 12. ' "(Second Round). Greeley 27: Han-keye In. Coleshurs; 21 y llazleton K. SUnlry 21; R-indalla I I . Fairbanks 32; Vnlita City 18. AT MONTICELLO Class B. (First Round). Preston 14; Center Junction 13. Delhi I I ; Wyomlnit U. Earlvllle 44; Zwlngle 13. (.Second Round). Ifnpklnlon 27; Andr^\v 11. Bruck 29; Miles 17. Oneldn 16; I'reslon 12. Delhi 28; Earlvllle 21. AT tVAVF.ULV Class A. (First Round). Cedar Falls 27: Shp.ll Rock 17. (Semifinals). Waverly 28; East Waterloo 21. Class R. (Second Ronnd). Frfdfrlokshurff 26; Allison 10. Janefivlllo 34; Denver 20. New Hartford 29: ParkersburK 7. Dunkerlon 20; Tripoli 0. AT CEDAR RAPIDS (First Ronnd). IVaAltlnfrton (Cedar Hnp(u*5 30; Mount Vernon 14.- CoRgon 11!; (Dnlverslty lUih) loira City 8. Class It. (First Round). Viol* ID: Mcctmnlcsvlllo 12. Morley 15; Walker 4. (Second Round). Palo 24; Norway 14. Clarene* 10: Hprlnnvlllo 13. Martelln 21; Stanwood 10. -llorley 25; Viola 17. AT VINTON Class A. (Semifinals). Ln Port* 42: Tlclln rialno 21. VInton 2Z; West Waterloo 11. Class n. (First Round), rnelura 15: Nfwhall l». Clutfer 23; whellnbure TS. Keystone 31; Urbana 20. DISTIUCT 3. AT J1ASON C1TV Class A (First Round) Garner 22; JTortnlvoort l(t. Rockford 36; Blanly H. (Semifinal Round) Garner 21; Clenr Lake 17. Maauii City 28; Rockford 22. Class B (Second Round) Kcnselt 28; Hayfleld 16. Vorlllo 17: Plymouth 15. ShnfMrid 34: Ocneva, 17. llanicll 47: Hanlontown 17. AT BUFFALO CENTBB Class A (-Semlflna! Hound) Mnffa)» Center 28; Forest City 10. Lake Mllb 16; Snea City 15. (First Round} T^dynrd 34; Bancroft 12. Crystal I.ulie go; Mnlilo Hills 10. Whlttemoro l u ; Fenton 13. (Second Runnd) Uotlvcr 35; Tllonka 11. AT OHABLES CITV CTns« A Semifinal Hound) Now Hampton 2H; OSQRO n. Class B (Klrot Round) Nashua 21); RlcovlIlD 15. (Scrond Round) Colncll 48; Mclntym 4. Marble Rock 22; Alia Vista 14. Mitchell 31; Orchard 18. Itudd 14; Lnnler 8. AT GOLDFIEXD Class A (Flnt Round) · Belmoiid 20; Duws 12. (Semifinal Round) Goldtlcld 44; Ilimipton 10.^ Easlo Orovo 25; Belmond 18. (Second Round) I'lvcrmoro G4; Alexander 12. r.uverno 23; Addlson In. Rciuvlek 13; UOwan 12. West Bend 43: Thor in. DTSTRICT 4 AT WEBSTER CITY Clnss A. (Semifinals). U'elistcr City 20; Stanhope 11. Kldora 27; Alden 24. Class VI. (Second Round). V.llsuorth 'it: Randall 11. KtruHord 37; Uubbard 12. · New Providence a?; Owann 10. IVoolstoek 20; Kanintr 1!?. AT BOONK Class A. (First Round). . Palnn 3:t; Grand Junction H. Jefferson 28; Woodward 0. (Semifinals). Boonc 38: OKden 1C. Paton 23; Jofferson 13. (Ilass B. (Klrst Round). Ilnim 21; T.uther I t s , Mllford Township 17; Wrtiuld 2. AT FORT DUDGI; Class A. · ( S e m i f i n a l s ) . Tort Dodge 32; Munson 23. 1'ocahrmtns 40; Gowrle 13. Class B. (Klml R o u n d ) . . Callrlider 14; foorland 11. Lanyon 29; Bumslde 24. s (Second R o u n d ) . Ilarcourt 26: Barnum 22. 1-rlilgh 24; l.anyon 23. Olho 21): Mender 21. Palmers 32; Somrrs 2H. AT SAO C1T5- Class A. (Flraf Round). Ida -Grove 35; Newell I B . (Semlrlnnls). Kne C l l y 22: Ijiho city 12. Ida Grove 40; Odrbolt 5. ClUKK B. (First Round). JUramI 2K; Karly 15. Gnlva 36; HaycK 24. (Second R o u n d ) . Annum ;|0: I.nltu View as. Sulphur Springs 38: Fonda II. Lj'lton 25; Klnnrd 23. niSTBICT 5 AT DES MOINES Cluss A . ( S e m i f i n a l s ) . ^nltny .funntlnn I D ; Kant DCS Molnes in Roosevelt ( D M ) 27: NurUi Dos iMolnes 10 Clans B. (Second R o u n d ) . I'ollt r i l y '-T, Puttcrson 16. St. Mnrys 2!)i Runnrls In. .Spring Hill 41; Alurlensdalo ID. (SrmlfinaH). Nonvatk 38: 1'rtlk city 3 t . AT NEWTON Class A. (Finit Round). Mnniiunmii 2(1; Monroe 2«. l Overtime) MarslmlltoHTi 21; Newton 11, Class B. (First R o u n d ) . Union 30; I.nnrel 23. (Second R o u n d ) . Albion I d : Melbourne It. Newhurg 30; Bondurant 7. · « l l l n a n 59; Rhodes 12. Kcllngg 30; Union 10. AT NEVADA Class A. (First Round). Ames 40: State Center I I . Class B. (Second Round}. Maxwell 42; IKrand 30. r.lkhnrl 18; Colo 13. »u«ley 20; Farrnr 22. W h i t e Onk 18: IM Molllr 10 AT REDFIEI.D Clusn A. ROCKFORD PLAYS BRILLIANT FIRST QUARTER IN TILT 28-22 Tally. JASON CITY'S Mohawks won tha A right to enter the class A finals of the sectional basketball tournament being held at the higk school here when the quintet defeated Friday night Rockford, 28 to 22, in one of tho hardest fought battles of the lournament. Tho Midgets outplayed Mason City 10 to 3 in the opening quarter with Gatvin and Stueben eading tho shooting spectacle. Suter and Cordle were high men or tha game with 8 points apiece, Calvin and Steuben wero high men 'or Rockford with 3 field goals apiece. · , a Guarding Is Phenomenal. The guarding of the Midgets was phenomenal and the shooting was far superior to many of the teams from larger schools that have appeared on tho local court this season. Within the first few moments of tho period the pair had two field joals apiece. Wilson followed thru or Rockford to sink a double mark- it- and Cordle managed to slip in the sole Mohawk field goal during tho quarter. Billman closed the play for the Mohawks with a free throw and Rockford rested with one of the greatest quarters of the year to its credit. Mohawks Kally. Mason City staged a brillianii rally in tho second quarter to take the lead near the close of the period with a score of 13 to 12 as Chaffin slipped in a sensational shot. Mitchell of Rockford followed thru however, with another field goal and the Midgets closed the half with a Suter's pair of field goals in tho ,£ )el i? ff of the scc °nd half placed the Mohawks ahead 18 to 16. Cordla then came thru for a field goal .and tho Mohawks were again on their feet. The third period closed with Mason City leading 20 to 16. In the final quarter, Suter Grelk Chaffln and Fink all scored while ford WSS thS h0t Shot f0r Rock " MASON CITV--28 . A d r l i n ; Earlbiini Id. licclflcld 34: Perry 10. Class B. (Second Round). Granger 34: Barley K. Cooper 2H; Mlnburn 10. Van ^fele^ 2fl: llawson JO, Do Solo 21; Uncikee III. DISTRICT 8. AT FATJM.INA. * Clnss A _ , (First Rnund) Primghar 211; Slbtey 22 (2 overtimes) Rock Rapids 32; sloux Ctnler 20. Paulllna. 28; Sheldon J2. CloMS B (Second Rolinil) Cnrydnn 43: I.llllo Rock 10. Ogden 25; I.arrhwood 14. Mel tin 17; Onltn n. AT SIOUX CITV Class A (Semifinal Round) Ix-.Mani 15; Akron 5. Clly''"l" l ' !h (Sloux City) 21; cenlral (Slou» Chus B (First Ftonnil) Climbing H i l l it; .Salli 12 (overllme), Illnlon I D ; Sloan in. Westfleld 23: Ifomlck 22. (Second Round) r-awton 4!; I.uton 8. Bronsnn 28; Plfrson 16. Illnlon 19; Wcstfleld 6. Nulcr, t Cnrdle, f . Chatfln, t Grclk, c . Fink, c Illllninn, K 1'nrrolt, B; Totals . not-KFOBD--3Z "nliy. t . . . MnElllon, t .... V f c t m c l e r , f .. C . i i l v l n . f . M i t c h e l l , o ..'.'.'. ..4 ..3 ..i '·J "t . . I I . .0 .FT I) 2 2 I) 9 KG ...1 ...0 ...0 ...3 ...I FT 1 n i Totals Substitutions: Matty, f . «alvln. f . f Vletntelcr, \rllnon, c M l l c l H l l , R i K l l l o n for Batty, Inn, Croivcl for IVilsnn Inns: nmplrr, I.add. FT 1 I) 0 II a n Totals _ ^17 .j Kntullfirllniu: Mnj:IIton"for Bully, irler for Mitchell, Crowcll for iilArtLl--Iri Ffi *'."'··.' A n i 3 13 Vlcl- I t Viet- FT , HIcnry, fJiirrla, Ilniuit. ...1 TolalB rtulu(li!ithin«: None, neferrc: I.ailil; umplrp. 1 0 0 '3 a. i GARNER 23, NOKTIUVOOD 10 OARNKU--23 i-emke, f . l.lesmrr, f Itunkonkc, Ta««, p . . . TolalH to " l .Sublilllulliinii: \Vlllk for J-cnikc. Tun lor Jum, I'rilcharcl for Ilaitlngn. IVORTJIlVOOir-- IB f Void, f-c , I.an*nn, f Snydor, c ''erry, f , Thuen, ff FG I 1 I) n 1 I FT 1 · 0 I) t rr Totnlfl 4 ·· ^ Ktltntltntlona: Voltl for Mnyder, Thocn for Harlfnrtl. cfcm: l l l l l l n m ; nnu.lre. T.add. CLASS B GAME SHEFFIELD 31, GENEVA In SHEFFIELD--11 KC, FT Slurrb. f ..!'!!""!!"!":· n Thomas, f ..........0 o ICamrncler, r, « ;» Crunk, n o n Eeklmnlt, K . . . ^ . . 3 0 rv o a i j. Total.* 15 4 SntislhmlfiTis: Jitorrh for Kssllnger, . tnryer fnr Knmmclcr, Eno for Crook. ( i K N K V A -- 1 0 Towlr, f , Knnll. ( , Allison, c , Carlln, 'c ..'.'.'..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' IT O I. ft 0 n l n Ilodeii* rr i n n l t l Tolnl.1 Amateur Boxing Show K. of C., Tuesday Evening March 10 This show is made up of local men, doing heavy training to meet coming opponents, including Carl Krelger, Johnny Hines, Tuffy Anderson, Lee Jones, and others. These boys hope to give fans plenty of action, in Tuesday'a show. KVKRYBOD* WELCOME ADMISSION 25o

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