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MONDAY, MARCH 6, 1939 ,^,^ FaUsVebster JVIASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE PRESSBOX BY AL MITCHELL It would appear, at first guess, that another great football school i vas kfB'nnins the long slide downhill, off the sports pages. JJr. John Bain "Jock" Sutherland has resigned the job which saw him take spot No. 1 in the list of · · at First intimation that all was not well between Sutherland and the university, came in early 1937 when a long-standing feud with W. Don Harrison, then athletic director . . . and a former loivan . - . came into the open because of Harrison's treatment of Pitt players who went to the Rose Bowl that year. « * e Sutherland reportedly accused Harrison of pinching pennies in alloting spending money to ihe athletes. Harrison was said to' have told Sutherland, "I made you, and I'll break you." The latter offered to resign, but instead, Harrison quit on March 20, 1937* The new director, James Hagan authored the so-called "Hagan plan" to de-emphasize sports. It was adopted by the university on July 21, 1937. . . . Later, a revised plan, known as the "Code Bowman'* J A * ~ · 1938. . Last fall threatened ' settled by MASON CITY SET TO DEFEND IOWA J. C. CAGE HONOR Trojans Start Play at 4:30 Wednesday in Boone Contests BOONE, (if)--it will take 25 games to decide the Iowa junior college basketball title in the four- day state tournament starting here Wednesday on the Boone high school court. Twenty-four teams NORTHWEST CONFERENCE Final Standings MASON CITY . 9 Worthitiston ".').' 9 Ernmetsburg ..... . ' 11 Northu-estera · g Fort Dodge . ' 7 Waldorf ! Britt 5 Webster City .'.."".'" 6 Estherville ' 4 Sheldon JiilU^' 3 Eagle Grove .'.""!! g l 5 3 B 5 7 19 10 9 11 Pet. .900 .9CKJ .637 .666 .533 .444 .410 .375 .285 .250 .000 * : i was adopted Feb. 8, sophomore athletes to strike. This was .-- MJ Dr. Sutherland, but ·trouble again broke out in December when freshmen football players rebelled against attempts by the university to collect tuition. These developments, and the fact that the university was scheduling games with major ; opponents w i t h o u t providing means of attracting good material to Pitt, were believed to have prompted Dr. Sutherland's ' decision to resign. Snickers Snickers from the sectional bas- ketball tournaments around North Iowa: This column conductor has been taking more or less of a beating from Ted Klemesrud of ' the Thompson Courier, for listing Titonka high school as a Class B candidate for championship honors in advance stories on the North Iowa battles o£ last week. Well, Ted ... I bow in defeat. . .Titonka is a Class A team. It seems that the error originated in the high school athletic office at Des Moines. The two major press services with .which the GIobe-Gaxette Is J cquippcd^both listed Titonka in Class B. * * e Referee M. M. Rogers was ready to call it a day when he blasted the final whistle in Emmetsburg's sectional tournament Saturday night. Rogers, who comes from Lytton, officiated two doubleheaders near home Monday and Tuesday, and came to Emmetsburg to blow his way through one five-game program, two more of four games each, and the two-game final session. Total, 19 games in six days will be seeking the title he!d by the Trojan cagers of Mason City. It is the largest entry in the history of a 2 year school meet Dopesters b e l i e v e the top bracket is the toughest. Among teams rated as among the stronger entries are Mason City Chariton Washington, Northwestern of Orange City, Maquoketa, Burlington and Boone. First round byes have been drawn for Northwestern, Red Oak Tipton, Washington, Albia Britt and Chariton. The first round will be played Wednesday, the second round Thursday, the third round Friday and the semifinals and finals Saturday afternoon and night. Championship Yourself! · --,. IwSH.S 1 TM."^. wtoe^^eAwo ***$?'?.'***''*· two Cem G ° r *° «»nty high school B £S3,fi£ deteat£d C *~ **°" «^^^^^^-r^^ur^Z In the *'"e-w«inmg eroups.jrom left to right, are: a m o u . 1*. noon-Fort Dodj. ,,. Grand V ,e W W^ Sc , Krest Cjty) ^ 3:OOp. m .-Cre S ton vs. Ellsworth (Iowa ra . ' Falls). --Maquoketa vs. Mason Citv --Osccola vs. Sheldon. \ Marshalltown vs. Muscatine. North Iowa Teams Bowl to Dead Heat in Sunday's Match Bowling history was made on Mason City alleys Sunday, when two North Iqwa teams rattled the timbers for a dead heat 'in a special match, and played two extra games to decide their contest The Garner Country club squad counted 1,676 pins to the Britt Motor company's 1,659 in the extra games, after the teams had bowled identical series 'of three contests, winding up with 2,521 to tcils, The scores: TITLE RETAINED BY ARMSTRONG Los Angeles Cyclone ' Scores Technical Knockout Over Pachp TROPICAL STADIUM, HAVANA, Cuba, U.R)-Henry Armstrong, the human cyclone from Los Angeles, retained his world welterweight title Saturday night by scoring a. technical knockout victory over rugged Bobby Pacho Mexican from Phoenix, Ariz in the fourth round of a scheduled 1=5 rounder here Sunday night. Tne finish came in a minute and 10 seconds after the start of the fourth round. Referee Jimmy Braddock, former- world heavyweight champion, stepped in and halted the battle with the 28 year old Mexican boy hanging helpless halfway through the ropes near his own corner. Center row. Bill Collolon. S1 "" ey ' Dan Fickcll, Maurice Cooper, Bob BrlsWne, M« Major, Bill Barbour, Nell Plopper, Jim Fron Coach It, Dale t.e«-I Helm. Mason City/Plymouth Take Crowns in Windup Contests IVIohawL-c Pi-ot-ooJ * r r- -r. if ·--- ^- A. ...ujn;,. au tiaKe i ntgn school is resourceful as well as a student of human nature. Wednesday last, with a long- sought sectional tournament about to start at his school, Lake Mills was smothered with our late-lamented blizzard. City snow plows cleared the streets, but filled parking places along the school premium. Motor equipment was too much needed elsewhere to be put into use at the school . . . so the "u- penntendent made this proposition: That every boy in high and junior liigh school r--~ ^ay.outdoors a1 ' afternoon, if hed bring a shovel and help clear the street. The trouble was this: So m a n y brought shovels, and worked so hard, (hat the snow was cleared sooner than the mo- uSejobTTM COUM have handlcfl I understand that the Quarterback club, that orgamza tion which will eventually take credit for piloting Mason Citj school through its sectiona ·----*, received a pair o rv^M"'T"V «·; one atj dressed to Coach J. A. "Judge" Grimsley, a ^ r e c e n t strategy session. gra^Va'sf ° £ ** C ° aChs ^ Beal Nonnweiler"*.*.' Denney Tola! Pins ... BKlir Players-- RocJiwood . .. Olson Pritchard . Blclck .... Christie Total Pins . CLUB ... 221 177 119 151 159 ... 1GB 161 145 191 157 ... 180 157 177 187 16S ... 153 182 180 303 159 · · · m 166 191 151 135 . - 866 843 812 868 80S Bull Lea Wins at Miami as Favored Stagehand Is Third MIAMI, FJa., W)--Maxwell Howard's highly regarded Stagehand could do no better than third Saturday as Bull Lea from Warren Si J £ nts ££met f^m won the Mohawks Pressed By Clear Lake in Class A Contest MASON Pickell £ CtASS A Round Shots FG Colloton £ - e 18 3 Challas 1 ... 5 o Humphrey c 15 G Brisbtne g ., 4 i Coojer g ...; ii $ TOTALS .. Tl M CLEAR LAKE--33 Shots FG Siesseger t .. 13 4 Patmcter £ - g 8 1. L a n e f - . o o Phillipe c ... B 3 H. Lowman g 4 i V. ioivman g B 3 FT FTM PF Pis 2 0 2 6 1 1 3 7 0 1 1 0 2 0 3 14 * 13 39 FT FTM PF 4 3 1 2 2 2 0 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 4 I 0 I Green Five Takes Early Lead to Win Class B Honors ,. CLASS B Final Roand PLY110UTH-30 IVENTUHA-23 128 SQUADS TO Ohio Has Top FACE NEW TEST § ank ^ Loop ,, , Helm f Clous {-g Helmer f Carmony c TOTALS Sg ft pf| 4 1 oJBowen f 0 0 OJPeterson f 1 0 l[Dorow c 1 0 2| Paulson g 5 3 a j Bo c«*e g 13 4 91TOTALS fg ft Pf 3 0 0 S 1 2 . 169 202 He 153 1-15 · Jj4 123 145 186 1« . 208 1:9 J6Z 164 1G3 · 148 132 183 1B3 213 . 154 355 221 1ST ISO 5DO.OOO Widener cup handicap r~-,--~ ..j^cii^i. L-up nanaicap Marshall Field's Sir Damion was second m the field of seven Bull Lea, beaten by Stagehand in the recent McLennan memorial handicap, ran the mile and quarter in 2:02 2-5, four-fifths of a sec- TM-m-.v°\ V u r , than the track record. with the bulk of the support in the mutuels going to Stagehand, Bull Lea paid $15.20, for $2 win mil-tunl */« *-~ _ 1 _ _ , -^ 1 10 33 TOTALS .. 37 32 9 Score by quarters: MASON CITY . P CLEAR LAKE '"'.', 3 D°r"'ii.?JU« C . or t 01 ! ] " eeler OVaferlooT; a. C. MKKintosh (Arnold's Park). 23 33 CLEAR LAKE--A 10 point GIolbe^Gazette Sports Tournament Scores _BOYS' SECTIONAL TOURNAMENTS DISTRICT 5 At Calmir CIASS A _ Final Round Decorah 28; FayoUe 22. CLASS n _ . - Final Round Cnlmar 30; Clcrraont 27. At Oclwein CLASS A · Odwcin 17; Independence 11. CLASS B Final Round Quastiueton 27: Stanley 17. At Waukon , CLASS A Final Round Wauion 19; Postville 17. CLASS ts ., ,, Final Round McGregor 33; Marqucttc 20. DISTRICT 6 At Cedar Falls CLASS A Final Bound Cedar Falls 23; Waterloo East 15 CLASS n Final Round Orango Town-ship 15; Aplinston H. CLASS A Final Round At Clear Lake Mason City 33; Clear Lake 33 CLASS B ,,, Final Round Plymouth 30; Ventura 23. At Crcsco CLASS A Charic, CKy'Sf'dSS'i, CLASS B n ,_ Final Round Orchard 21; Laivter n. At Dysart Cf.AKS ,\ Final R o u n d Dysart 31; Tracr 26 CLASS B _ Final R o u n d ceneseo 40; Garwin 26 At Eldora. J.CLASS A JSelnbcck 28'; GTM 1 ndJ"c?nt«r 25. ,, .. Final Round Hubbard 41; Wellshurg 34. At Hampton CLASS A Hampton . Hansel! : cn CLASS B At Northwood CLASS A ,, , Final Round St. Ansgar 27: Kensett 24. CLASS B ,, , Final Ronnd Hanlonloivn 33: Mitchell 22. At Sumner CLASS A Final Round. Waverly 32; Sumner 23 CLASS B -. . ,, - Final Round Tripoli 32; Shell Roclc 20. DISTRICT 7 At Clarion CLASS A Britt 28; EagIe"Grovc U 2S. CLASS B" GoMIield 31; Woolslock 23. At Emmetsbure CLASS A Final Round Emmetsburg 17: Esthcrville 11 CLASS B ... ,, j Final Round Mallard 27: Curlew 25. At Fort Dodge CLASS A Final R o u n d Fort Dodge 35: Cowrie 32. CLASS B Final Round Famnamv-ille 33: Callcnder II At Hamboidt CLASS A n«ir si T Final Round nolle 31; Laurens 26. CLASS Tt Rutland 40: Sradcal?"^ At Lake Mills / CLASS A Forest City 2lTk° M,* b n CLASS B Leo-yard 50: ^ota^"" At Livermoro CLASS A ,,, Final Round West Bend 34: Algona 33. CLASS B . . Final R o u n d Livcrmore 24: Wesley 19 At Stratford CLASS A CLASS B --,, Final Roand BlsworUi 21; stratlord 14. -.--^^^ jj^uvj^--1\ iu nomt sprint that threatened to unseat the long-time rulers of sectional tournaments in their home bailiwick fell short Saturday ni»ht Mason City high school, defeated Clear Lake, 39 to 33, in a rousing Class A championship game on the Lions' court. But, it ivas an inspired Clear take sauad that turned loose a third-quarter drive to climb within three points of the winners' total, which earned the hearts of tournament fans .. Do «? by 26 to 13, with half the third period erased, J o h n biesseger and Vic Lowman ·waged a personal battle for points that all but overhauled the Mohawks. Lowman's two sharp shots from the sidelines, added to a pair of free throws and a tip-in goal by Siesseger, were the sparkling bits that cheered Lion rooters. Like Final 1938 Game For Mason City, the contest was much like that of a season ago when the Lions stepped in front during a similar third-period battle, and the Mohawks had to fight their way in front with a fourth- session stand. Mason City won its lv° rc t£' h ?' f: ? lym ° uth 22: Ventura 13* CLEAR LAKE_Ply mou th high school, denied admission to a district basketball tournament since 1336 but a sectional top-notcher tor the greater share of 10 sea- ££JK il' 0 '^ cm : eted 5p°t . y wo eighth sectional crown with current victory. the Plymouth defeated Ventura in one of two all-Cerro Gordo county final srarnes, taking the Class B title with its 30 to 32 " was a sharpshooting guard n addition to a cool "thin man"' who headed Plymouth's victory ti?»i?' B °5 Wilford . who found the hoops for a 'total of 13 points ,Pri fh £ f i v e soals from the fieldi led the Green team's scoring. Dale Helm Leads Play Right :in the thick of things was one of the local tournament's outstanding performers, slim Dale Helm, who counted nine points Diagonal, Rolfe in Fight to Regain Top Spots for Season DISTRICT 6 First Round Pairings AT CEDAR FALLS Charies · CI ' ASS A JJcinbeek vs. Wavcrly P "^ Cedar Falls vs. Dysart. MASON CITY vs. St. Ans-ar. ,, , CLASS B Hanlantown vs. Hubbard. Orchard vs. Tripoli. Geneseo vs. Hansell Orange township vs. Plymouth. DISTRICT 7 First Round Pairings AT WEBSTER CITY CLASS A tmmelsburK vs. Fort Dodce. Rolfe vs. West Bend Britt vs. Forest City flockivclt City vs. Webster City CLASS B -rnmhamville- vs. Jolley Uvermore vs. Rutland. Emvorth vs. Goldflcld. Ledyard vs. Mallard. By IKE SKELLEY Associated Press Sports Writer dre? 3 twentv ^'ht t E " TM~ basketball teams, including 10 that participated in the championship tournament in 1938 will resume the firing Wednesday nj-ht for the intcrscholastic title. The survivors of the 64 sectional tournaments last week ·will compete in eight district meets to determine the 16 finalists for the title tournament starting at Des Moines March lo. Diagonal, the Class B team that won the 1938 championship, came through with a surprisingly easy da to D victory over Cromwell to move into the third district competition at Creston. The Maroons coached by the veteran O C Varner, will play Menlo in their Court Tussle Indiana Hoosiers Falter in Final Drive to Laurels BIG TEN CONFERENCE Basketball Standings w Ohio Stale JO Indiana n Illinois ' ' Purdue Minnesota Northwestern Wisconsin . Michigan Iowa Chicago ...""I 3 g , h£ i » he slanted as a playing winning attack. The outcome wasn't In doubt after the f.rst five minutes of Play, as Helm pushed two shots out of a favorite corner to break an early Ventura lead while JVHford beat the Vlta/d.f^ Jo the foal to earn an « to 4 edge as the first period closed. A Mohawk combination of six players that shared equally in the -victory was the winning- crew Saturday night. Lonjr- armed, long-legged Jim Humphrey headed the scoring parade with 14 points, a dozen from field goals, as he stole the show at short ranges under the goals. .^2 pinch-shnoting of Don ricRell and Maurice Cooner was another bright spot, as they opf ened a Mason City drive with five quick points m the fourth period, and started the Mason Cityans out of trouble toward their victory Cooper scored again with his ac- ""·=" one-handed shot, then w£°, ,', Wh J ch came out °n top by 22 to 13, with Wilford accounting for 10 poinU, most of them on f± et = *·?,J?",*?. backboards -,f. u .t \jt.i, tiiV UdC from g o o d l y distances scored eight of - ' eariy sessions. Late Rally Falls Short hr-i rf l ate ?u Ventura wily was helped by the shooting of Allen Peterson, who counted seven P° mts in the last half and totaled 11 for the contest, Peterson's next-fo-Iast roal pulled the Vikings within five points of the winners as the fourth period opened, setting the score at 26 to 21. I/ 6 L "r^.A 3 TM? Plymouth first district contest. Rolfe Keens Record Clean Rolfe, the 1938 runnerup, swept through the Humboldt sectional and will play West Bend in a first-round game at Webster City m the seventh district. Holfe hasn't been defeated since the opening game of the season. nielrosc, the 1937 champion; Mitchellvillc, Abraham Lincoln of Council Bluffs, Ute, Cedar Palls, Webster City, Everly and Bennett were the other 1938 finalist teams to survive sectional warfare. Melrose is expected to win the Class B title in the second district at Marshalltown. The Irish have Laurel for a first round opponent It will be rough going for Abraham Lincoln. The Council Bluffs team will meet rugged Glenwood in the first round at Glenwood. Helm Onawa, another western Iowa Pel. TP OP .833 438 415 .750 SOU 44G .5S7 433 35B .545 370 373 .545 354 347 .455 343 373 .333 369 421 .273 361 396 .273 374 40E .213 323 405 i, T'.u'i^"' l "~'--^ Tlle B 'B Ten. basketball season closed Monday with an anti-climatic card of three games, Ohio State having already been determined the undisputed champion. Northwestern played at Michigan, Chicago at Purdue and Minnesota at Iowa but the results could bring nothing more important than a slight reshuffling o£ Standings in the lower brackets The one-two-three finishers were decided last week which saw the collapse of Indiana's /^v:"'^?., antl the "'owning of Ohio State as the season's court Purdue brought Indiana's rush toward the title to an abrupt stop last Monday with a |» to 34 victory over the Hoosiers. breaking the latter's nine-same winning sfreak. On Saturday Michigan, tied for the cellar, gave Indiana another beating, 53 to 45. Ohio Slate pulled even with the Hoosiers A? . oTM nff MicWffan IWonuay, 4^ to 28, and then clinched the title Saturday with a 51 to 35 decision over Purdue, The week's activities ended the season for both Indiana and Ohio btate, leaving the Hoosiers with rune victories in 12 games in second p ace and Ohio State with 10 victories in 12 games. Ohio St - - ' my Hull, PITT BOSS GOES, MAY TAKE PLAGE AT 'SIPPI SCHOOL Action Not Explained as Jock Sutherland Leaves Panther Job BULLETIN PITTSBURGH, /P)--Chancellor John G. Bowman Monday accepted the resignation of Dr. John Bain (Jock) Sulherland as head football coach at the University of Pittsburgh, effective Immediately. PITTSBURGH, (IP) - Resignation of Head Football Coach Dr £??n Bai , n (Jock) Sutherland Monday climaxed two years of squabbling over athletic policy at University of Pittsburgh Just why he decided to vacate after 15 years of directing the once powerful Pitt PantherS was not disclosed immediately but it .u? 5 vident turbulent history of athletics at the school precipitated Jus action. This celebrated builder of great Ti'i A]Ugg - ernauts and maker of All-Amencans had only to say he submitted his resignation, effective at once, and pending a huddle wit], Chancellor G Bow! . ,.,m hS J m . iversi 'y m a" probability will not stand in Sutherland's way Bowman said athletic authorities might act immediately on Jock's request for release from an agra^ ment m his contract calling for two years notice before lefvmg Move Not Unexpected Often rumored, Sutherland's TM° ve was not unexpected but n ° ind! ^«ons of Late5t Aching SHt ,t ng to Mississippi There is a possibility of stronff attachment for his alma ' - " » - a t e Money is not a factor in the It is traditional for the Panthers on the gril experience not to "ion Was Secure . shar Pshooting Jim- captain and for forward, . , a ln *e power, also is in the fourth dist r r * ,,,,,,,, , n j ,,,;,, . , ,, a Jump that v * - - n u m p that Ventura couldn't match, although t0 ° Iose the co ^ ! J5 .9 oIIoion Forced Out In tv, C ? 1] 9 tor ' al^o counted points m the closing minutes, when thev were n ' were needed twisted an .. ...woi, uui. iwisiea an fhJT ?", a Ecorin S drive under the basket and left the lineun His ankle was not seriously injured Jack Phillipe led another C!ea, ·LjKe drive - * · - * · - The car was badly ~d a mag."" j TucsdVevcnTnVs/ R , v , d K0ne a « , 8 M 3, at the first quarter, with Humphrey counlingr five of the points, including two goals. The Mohawk margin at the half was »«H n 'i^ th Hora P 1 "-er, Pickell and Collolon all breaking into the scoring Siesseger and the Lowman brothers, llylc and Vifl! North Central to Elect '39 Officers The North Central I owa Hod and Gun club will elect officers at iU annual business session Tuesday night, it was announced Monday. were keeping Clear I*k c in the game meanwhile. Humphrey added five points more, again including a pair of S° a )s, during the early third period, while Cooper aced two shots from short range before battle LaliE startd its stretch I rnvr»c i i-ro i ,-«··*-, am\j t tn mi? lourtn QIS- trict meet and will be one o£ the favorites. Hie Heads to Trouble Ute is in Class B at Glenwood and is in for plenty of trouble. At least four other clubs are rated on a par with Ute. with emphasis on Treynor and Wiota, first round foes. Cedar Falls probably won't Set out of its own sixth district tournament. Charles City and Mason City appear capable of stopping Cedar Falls if Dysart doesn't do it in the first round Neither will Webster City be a favorite in the seventh district on its own court. Holfe, Emmetsburg and Fort Dodge are extremely dangerous competition for the Lynx, who will play HockweU City in the first round. Everly and Hinton are matched m the first round in the eighth distnct at Orange City and the winner may take the Class B title. ' Bennett Breakers Ahead Bennett isn't expected to come through in the first district at Iowa City. The eastern Iowa team will tackle Kalona in the opening round. Powerful teams that did not appear at Des Moines last year but still in the running for the 1939 title include: Clinton, w h i c h eliminated Davenport in the sectional. Fart Madison. Iowa City, Marshalltown, Grinnell, Creston, Roosevelt of Des Moines, Roosevelt of Cedar Rapids, Dccoj-ah, Sac ' _ .-i ",-- --·-j'-'-ivo iui ii games, a total of 169 points, to lead the league m individual scoring. Kayak II Captures $100,000 Handicap in Santa Anita Race LOS ANGELES, Cal. (/P)_ JI -.brilliant Argentine-bred - v --- old and the public betting favonie, crashed through with I gallant stretch drive Saturday to ^S^^S^SS^Si F K±"!, tt « "L" 5 «* Charles which t h e Bowman codi» cut athletic scholarships _ it t . . r") over cast its threatened to , rk and pay. put sports then ' .' ' was trying for the third time for the big purse Kayak II overhauled the two ' Poorest Year season that year with vi ' , Taylor's Whichcee and hnrn n rt S S ? edfy ' as the fi !l ^ lnto the tu "i going into the home stretch, and with a burst of speed drove to the front to a quarter over hang up a new , v ·-". *- uui oc ms m«t ~ ,u ams re P r esented the Players have won AU-Amcric^ a length and Whichcee, and track record. The 16 district winners will lose BASKETBALL Mon. Nile-- Monroe SchooJ MARSHALL SWIFT vs AUSTIN, MINN. (Hrst appearance of Austin, Minn., in Mason City this year.) DIAMOND BREAD TS. LAKE MILLS SOFT WATER SERVICE vs. XORTHWOOD 3 Games-- 10c First Game 7 p. m. Sharp New and Used MOTORS FOR SALE r have a few new and used motors that can be bought right. Order your nciv boat now as there Is a special discount. Authorized dealer for Evinrude and Elto motors, Thompson boats. SHADY BEACH Boat Livery South Shore clear

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