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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 18 Hi'1937 THIRTEEN -- -- · - -i - -- - - - - i -- . - _ _ . ._. _?. · _ , -- ~^/ "^ "^ -^v«-i^.^.-*.v-*- .*-'_' ···I - j - f t _ » i i i ri I f *\ I H H l\l TROJANS PLAY LAST HOME COURT GAME DULL BOUT HAS END WHEN DARK ACE GETS KAYO Brown Bombed to Sleep in Fourth Round of Mix at Kansas City. By WHITNET MARTIN KANSAS CITY, (tf)_R e teree "Walter Bates ruled it a fourth round knockout, so that's the way Joe Louis* victory over Natic Brown was on the books Thursday. More than a Cew of the 10,222 spectators at Municipal auditorium "Wednesday night thought the only thing really out was their pocket- boohs. They paid S27.138 to sec the Brown Bomber patch up his maimed prestige at the expense o£ the punch-weary "Washington Hebrew, who provided a burlesque ending that must have made .iourneymen wrestlers green with envy. Bomber of Old? It was Louis' first start since his unfortunate affair with Young Bob Pastor, in which Louis trailed by two laps at the finish but was given the decision for trying. Visioning a championship bout with Jim Braddock In the offing, Louis had to be the bomber of old against Brown. The four round Imockout was the answer. The bout was as dull as' the expressionless eyes of Louis. For two rounds, Brown carried the fight to the bomber, but neither man landed a punch hard enough to dent a grapefruit. Midway in the third round Louis caught Brown coming in and flailed him with short rights and lefts. Brown's face began to assume a well-cushioned appearance. As the round ended he apparently was in bad way, halt out of the ropes and half out of his head. Fourth Round Subpar. The fourth was Louis' subpar round. He .started at the gong, driving in a' barrage qt rights and lefts which slipped through Brown's protecting gloves to jolt against various parts of his anatomy. Fifteen times the bomber bombed without answering fire. Finally the weary Nalie sank to the floor in a sitting position. Louis, his face expressing the same animation of a coal scuttle, ambled to a neutral corner. Referee Bates started counting, ceased abruptly as the apparently groggy Brown- grabbed him by a leg and pulled him over. Brown staggered to his feet and weaved an unsteady way toward the unconcerned Louis, who stood, soft cushion lips in a perpetual whistle.i idly in the corner. No Added Prcstiffc. Before , Brown could make it. Bates recovered his footing, took a short cut to Louis and hoisted his hand aloft. Bates said the timekeeper had completed the count before Brown regained his feet. The bout failed to add to Louis' prestige as planned. Brown's showing after the first two rounds, during which both men were doing nothing very seriously, was disappointing. Two years ago he stayed 10 rounds with Louis, and his was the lone voice in the wilderness which said lie could do it again. For his brief exercise last night Louis and his stockholders received $8,826.84. Brown's cut was 53,310, which was better than in the previous meeting, when his cuts were over both eyes. LOUIS NOT TO BE IN DES MOINES GO DES MOINES, (/P)_ Joe Louis, the Detroit bomber, will be unable to appear here in a scheduled four round exhibition bout next Tuesday, Pinkie George, fight promoter, said Thursday. George said Mike Jacobs, Louis' manager, wired him after the Kansas City fight in which Louis scored a technical knockout over Natie Brown, that the bomber h;id developed a cold and sinus infection. George said Jacobs' wire stated t h a t a Kansas City doctor who examined the fighter after Wednesday night's bout advised him to rest for two weeks. George canceled the entire fight program scheduled next week. Jacobs promised the Des Moines promoter that he would bring Louis here for an exhibition some time after the two week rest. Butler County Race Jaysee Cagers Scrap Dodgers for Last Time Fort Dodge Loser in Other Contest of Season as Lane, Usher Star. PROBABLE LINEUPS MASON CITY FORT DODGE SUTHERLAND . . C o a c h . . . M'KINSTHY Messerley Silell Cillisrle Olson Tocld - - - - Shelgren 1'IJIK: « n-clock, F H 1 I I A Y ni-lit. PLACE: Jluon City nljli s c l i n u l . . .G SEASON'S U s h e r c - f - e I I I ! Snell f-c-x . H c r l 5 Shttekler e . Ilium t And-im ot-r W i d n c r a .... Dicli f Braham r-c Hubbard I . H e r b c n c r | . c. Totals li.i . ratals . v:~, SlioCs KG FT I'TJt PI' - M l ** V W V Ql , * * £ * £ £ £ ^ ^ Mohawks Ready for District Tournament Trials 173 «3 fit 155 SI 15!) S E A S O N ' S R E C O R D D i a m o n d Bread ;:i; Trojans :,'«. Trojans SI; A l u m n i yj. Trojans J(i; Diamond Hrcad 1,1 M a r s h a l l and S w i f t I!U; Trojans I.V * Carlelon freshmen :!H; Trojans "I Trojans :17: Forl Dodge 20. Trojans :i(i; I.uthcr Reserves 2T. Trojans 4 1 ; niarshalltawn : 2R. Trojans - I I ; Lullier Reserves li," Trojans :!,-,; t s t h e r v i l l e :!o. Cnrlclpn Freshmen .17; Trojaiii -tl. T r o j a n s ·!£; E s f h c r v l l l e :U Trojans :I7; atarshalltou'n 24. Trojans :SS; Grln.iell Freshmen 37. Winding up their dual schedule Mason City junior college's Tro Jans will take on Fort Dodge hei Friday night at 8 o'clock, meetin the Big Dodgers after wallopin them 37 to 29 in an earlier con test at Fort Dodge. The local squad will take a week's layoff before starting pla in the state junior college tourna ment _at Marshalltown, Friday A rough and tumble contes with Gale Lane and Lee TTshe pacing the attack on 16 and 1 points, caw Mason City tumble th Dodgers when they met before lor Fort Dodge, Bill Todd, littl guard, kept his team in the gam during the first half when h banged five baskets to score 1 points. Leo' Shelgren will also be a neat defensive performer wher the Dodgers appear here. Trojans Open Late rs. Ea^l ·- STATE; JAYSEE MEET At Marshiilltown. Feb. ^-"7 THURSDAY GAMES !):.l«--lloone vs. Maquokcta '|!-!i~S afr !f G 'ovc'.v». Kllsivorth J I . . . I I -- n n r l l n c t o n vs. Graccland harllun vs. K s t l t c r v l l l c * -enterrillc vs. Fort DouVe .l:Jll--Alula vs. Marsltallfon-n i! : i,"|--Clarinda vs. Emn.elsbnrf .:nil--H'iiiikon v» Waldorf 1! ! .',!!~np'', O;lk vs ' Northwestern J-ll--llasllin-tun vs. S h e l d o n ,,, , .FRIIJAl' G A M E S ll:im--Osccola vs. Muieatinc ll:lO_MASON- CITY vj. Boonc or qnofceta ri:-M--Charilon or EsfherviHe . Grove of Ellsw-orlh. I:nO-- C c M t c r v I l I e or Forl II -Alhia or Marsl.alllown vs. liurllnt;- Inn or Grucclaad. ~ur"vorlJ " r "' ald ° tf vs ' R ' i Oal 7:110--Washington or Slid,Inn ccota or Muscaiinc 8:1.'.--Quarterfinals SATUBDAY G A M E S 1:011--Semifinals S:i?fl--Champfonshfii MAR3HALLTOWN, (/P)--Pairings for the state junior college championship basketball tournament here Feb. 25 to 27 were announced Thursday f o l l o w i n g drawings by the tournament committee. With 23 teams entered, the tournament schedule calls for 10 games Thursday, nine Friday and the semifinals and finals Saturday. White Sox Look for Postman to Get Six Contracts Not Back CHICAGO, -Visils by the Is Closed for Year BUTLER CONFERENCE A l i l i t u l n n · W. . . I l l Pf.t. .nil!) .ire ''·nenr. n NI-.U- l l a r l f n r r i I r .3n7 numonl [ 7 .[^ ALLISON--Clarksvillc won the Butler county basketball conference race this year with Aplington in second place. Only two games remain lo be played, with Allison at Clarksville and Greene at Shell Rock on Friday evening, PRACTICE DMITED PLATE WORK mailmen at the Chicago Cub and White Sox offices these days are events of importance. The Cubs are looking for contracts from six holdouts, hopeful they will be signed, while four players are giving President Lou Comiskey ot the Sox a headache The Cubs still outside the fold are Joe Marty, Frank Demaree, Augie Galan, Tuck Stainback, Bill Jurges and Tex Carlton. The signed contract ot Pitcher Curt Davis was received Wednesday. Zeke Bonura, first baseman, is Comiskey's biggest problem, although the Sox proxy is almost as concerned over whelhcr Shortstop Luke Appling will accept the .?17,500 contract mailed him or continue to hold out for 520,000. Other Sox players unsigned are Hip Radcliff and Jackie Hayes. Patty Berg Plays in Southern Semifinal PALM BEACH, (UP) -- Patty Berg of Minneapolis Thursday entered the semifinals of the annual Palm Beach women's tournament, on a 6 and 4 triumph over Jean Bauer, Providence, E. I. Patty was joined in the round of four by Marion Miley, Lexington, Ky., Curtis cup star, Helen Det.lweiler, 'Washington, nnd socialite Aubrey Phipps, P a l m Beach. PREPS BATTLE AT MAT TESTS Mason City to Be One of 8 Teams in Action This Week at Clarion. DES MOINES, W 1 ) --Twenty eight high school wrestling squad will compete Friday and Satur day in throe district meets, quali fication tests for the state final at Fort Dodge, Feb. 26 and 27. Clarion, Cuesco and Des Moine will entertain the district meets Cherokee held a district tournament last week, Fort Dodge win ning top honors with 55 points and qualifying nine men for the fina tournament. Performances of the Dodgers indicated they will be well equipped lo withstand heated challenges foi the title they won last year. First, and second place winners at the districts will qualify for the championship meet. District entries: CLARION--Eagle Grove, Hurt Clarion, Iowa Training school (El dora), Gilmore City, Grant Township (tedyard), ·Algbna'-artd MA'- SOri CITY. CRESCO--Clinton, Cresco, Dav- mport, DeWitt, Dubque, Iowa Falls/Iowa School for Blind, Lamont, New Hampton, Osage, East Waterloo and West Waterloo. DES, MOJNES (North)--East Des Moines, North Des Moines Roosevelt (Des Moines), Grinnell Perry, Valley Junction, Woodward ind Eldora. ·* Mason City high school's wrestling team, one of cighl contest- *mgr outfits to enter district tournament competition al Clarion, will draw its lineup from this bunch of matmen. The Mohawks, left to right, are: sr i? !A r,'- uo «'-- Jo1 '" Ueeker. 8!i rounds: Orin Thompson, 135 pounds- Cecil Molt. I I . , pound,; Tom Galios, 1(15 pounds; Don Leake. heavy," ei c l,t : To, eholc. stale champion al j.|S pounds last year, now 15ri p o u n d * - Orlando 1 a 1 ' ' OLD FEUD HAS PUBLIC FLARE Garden Boss, Mushky Scrap in Public After Aged Argument Grows. NEW YORK, ( U P ) -- A n old end between James J. Johnston, Madison Square Garden boxing Dromoter, and Mushky Jackson, ight manager whose name was onnected with the Jack Torrance ase in New Orleans, flared into isticuffs in the Hippodrome lobby hursday night. Special officers nd city police interceded afler everal blows were struck. · Witnesses said that Jackson vho told the New York state thlelic commission Thursday he ad no connection with the Torance case, and Johnston swung everal punches as c r o w d s treamed into the Hippodrome for 10 boxing match between Fred \postoli of San Francisco and oily Kricgcr of New York. A feud has flourished between e pair ever since Johnston took aclcson off the Garden pass list vhich includes most fight mangers. ACKSON EXONERATED TORKANCE CASE NEW YORK, (UP)--Mushky ackson of New York, fined ?300 nd suspended by the Louisiana oxing commission for alleged onnection with the Jack Torrance oxing scandal, was exonerated :mporarily Thursday by the New 'ork boxing commission. Until written testimony is re- eived by the slate body, Mushky absolved from any Ruilt in last Vednesday night's fiasco at Baton ouge when Torrancc's opponent ink a "run out powder." Jackson, formerly employed by vlike Jacobs' Twentieth Century porting club, appeared before the ommission Thursday and swore lat he never knew one Earl Philps who refused to take a first ound dive for Torrance as some 'pewritten instructions found on hillips directed him. AFOSTOLI ^VINS NEW YORK, (UP)_Y o u n g red Apostoli, San Francisco's attling bellhop, smashed into the ont ranks of middleweight con- nrierr. Wednesday nighl with a parkl-ng 10-round decision over cicran Solly Kricgcr of New ork in a bloody battle before 000 fans at the hippodrome. Itii r P.OW--Assistant Coach Bud lleneman, Lyle Wenlworlh, 12,1 pounds- TM"' I,'1 ll". 1 :. 1 !^ I! ,', rl »?*."««. 155 Jiomuls; KesU Kavaya, IBS nonndsi lio pounds, and Coach Howard T. Barker. Manager Ge Engraving) . , cac owar Hughes is In the foreground. (Lock J'hoto, Knyenay 1-GAZETTE 'S SE Heavyweight Scrap to Be Held at Comiskey Ground n . i n i i i i i ^ Chicago Park Board Holds' L to Demand for Quarter of Gate for Bout. CHICAGO, (UP)--Heavyweight champion Jimmy Braddock will defend his title for the first time against Boniber, Joe Louis at Comiskey park next June 22, matchmaker . Joe Foley announced Thursday. Soldier field officially was counted out as a possible site today when the Chicago park board carried out its threat to demand 25 per cent of the gross receipts as rental fee. "When the park board indicated last week it would ask one-fourth the gate, we came to terms with owner J. Louis Comiskey of the Chicago White Sox," Foley said "The fight will be held at his jarlc .Tune 22 instead of on the June 15 date awarded Soldier field." What rental agreement ···--· reached with Comiskey, Foley failed to announce. It was reported, however, the co-promoters would turn over 5 per cent of the iross receipts. Ten Entries Ready for State Tourney DES MOINES, m--Ten cities are entered in the annual state volleyball tournament next Monday at the Des Moines Y. M. C. A. officials announced Thursday Davenport, 193G champion. Clinon, Cedar Rapids, Waterloo, Os- aloosa, Ottumwa and Des Moines are listed in class A. Fort Dodge, Washington, Boone -edar Rapids and Des Moines iave teams entered in class B. Play will start at 9 o'clock, and continue until 11 o'clock at night BRADDOCK SET TO SIGN NAME Champion to Take Off Tw Pounds for Tussle at Chicago in June. PITTSBURGH, (ff) _· Jimmy Braddock--James H., the world's heavyweight champion -- headed west Thursday to sign papers foi a bout in Chicago with the Brown Bomber of Detroit, more concerned about anti-nazi boycotts against Max Schmeling than the coming title clash. "I'm in good shape," said Jimmy of the bout with Joe Louis, top- ranking challenger. 'T weigh about 1Q1 now, and all that I'll take off for the title bout wil be about two pounds. 'T was a ringsider at the Louis- Pastor fight, but f didn't learn a Ihing about Louis. That fellow Pastor didn't give Joe a chance to fight; he did nothing but run away and Joe wasn't speedy enough to catch up with him." High School Sports Heads Travel South DES MOINES, (0--George A. Brown of Des Moines and Forrest T. Moore of New Hampton, mem- aers of the Iowa High School Athletic association, were enroutc Thursday to New Orleans where they will attend sessions of the national federation of state high school athletic associations. Brown, executive chairman of lie Iowa organization, will represent this state at the meeting. OUT of the PRESSBOX CHICAGO, (/P)--PICKING AROUND THE BIG TEN: 'EM OFF THE BANGBOARDS - to bo q u i t e a "lebration in Minneapolis or Cham- Minnesota or Illinois win the Big Ten basketball eha onship_or a share of the title . . . Minnesota won the title in ic _ s a r e o e e . . . M i n n e s t a won the title in 1 9 G icd with Purdue for the top spot in 1911, tied for the title with II ' lrt WHQ ihi'i-TcV" """;,""~ ll ? e cham P'onship outright in 1919 . . . nat was the last year the Gophers have had a look in ... : ft lit Illinois hasn't won an undisputed cage title since 1915 . . the Him shared honors with Minnesota in 1917, with Wisconsin iml Chicago m 1924 nnd with P u r d u e and Wisconsin in 1935 . * * * Jewell'Young, Purdue's southpaw flipshol artist, twice this sca- 011 has contributed remarkable offensive performances . . . Against Visconsin in the opener he made 27 points . . .. against Illinois ho ·M on 13 baskets and three free throws . . . in 1929 "Stretch" rhir.TM" Pui-duc scored eight field goals and 10 free throws against Chicago and 'n 1030 he scored 13 field goals and two free throws ' ' i , ,j.' R i c f f o£ Northwestern, who holds the season scoring mark of 167 points, scored 29 points against Chicago . . . u j A, w ~y e llock£ y. Kendall Petersen, Chicago guard, would be ailed the Big Ten's "bad boy" . . . he has drawn 28 personal fouls n nine games . . . Hadabaugh of Ohio State has had 23 in eight, tephens of Iowa 23 in nine and Anderson of Purdue 21 in eight Accuracy from the foul line has played a big part in keeping oung and several other players out in front among individual carers . . . Young has dropped in 23 nut of 29 charily shots, while .Jaiv-e Jownseml tit Michigan lias bagged 2;i oul of 28 . . . Bib Elnirc of I n d i a n a has madc 18 out ot 23 trys and Ben Stephens ot Iowa PREPS TO PLAY Fort Dodge Is Opponent Waterloo Schools to Take First Place. PUOBABLE LINEUPS M A S O N C1TV FORT D O D G E G R I M S L E Y Coach BASTIAN Wallace F T l e r n e j ll u 'f F Junes Gorman , C... rttch Wood o Dfattiee Fletcher G Ganoe DATE: FRIDAY. PLACE: fort Dodge Mason City's high school Mohawks will play what has turned out to be just another basketbal game so far as the Big Four conference is concerned, when they take Ihe road on Friday evening lo tour to Fort Dodge. In Waterloo, the Big Four conference as well as Ihe city championship will be decided when Easl high invades West on Friday night. Both Waterloo learnt hold shares in. the conference BIG FOUR STANDING W. L. Pet. Waterloo E a s t . . . . 4 1 .800 IVatcrlon W e s t . . . .i 1 .800 MASON CITY. .. .2 3 .400 Fort Dodjjc 0 5 .000 Friday Games MASON CITY at Fort Dodffe. Waterloo East at "West. lead, Mason City pushing Waterloo West into the top position last Friday night by handing Waterloo East its first loss of the league season. Mason City, even with a victory Friday night, can't scrape up enough percentage points lo have belter than a 50-50 average for the season, while the losing team at Waterloo will have no less than tour wins and two defeats. Mason City defeated Fort Dodge, 29 to 23, for one of its two Big Four victories this season, when the teams met here. rroT KENSETT TEAM Southsiders Will Play Two Contests With Enemy of Early Season. PROBABLE LINEUPS Tohawks Kensetl Fr. WHITE Coach BRUNSVOLD Salok F Boulelle -ollotnn F notlinmcl Madden C Cooper Pelerson G Hunt Jarosh G Tostcnson Time: 7 o'clock, Thursday. Place: St. Joseph's high school. A repeat performance of the ·ough and tumble show they put on in December was ticketed for Thursday night at St. Joseph's gymnasium, with the Johawks scheduled to take on Kensett high school in a doubleheader basketball battle at 7 o'clock. When two Johawks left the game on fouls, Kensett broke hrough lo win 1!) lo 12, at Ken- clt, in one o£ the earliest games of the season. Record Entiy Set in American Keg Event NEW YORK, (UP)--The Amer- can Bowling congress of 1937 has atlracted a record entry, accord- ng lo a compilation of contestants completed Thursday. The en- ry lists closed Feb. 1. A final Jreak-down disclosed the follow- ng entries: 4,000 five man teams, ,800 two man teams, 11,600 sin- 'les, $217,350 entry fees. Kach of these figures consti- utes a new record. Of the $217,50 entry fees, $145,000 will be urncd into prize money. The five man entry showed the greatest 'ain as it is almost double the ,853 which constituted a new ccord at Inctinnnpolis last year. Last Roundup of Games Set in North Iowa County Tourneys, \Vinclup Contests of Dual Card Face Court Teams. CEKRO GORDO MEET (At Thornton) FRIDAY .GAMES 2:30--Clear LaHe Reserves vs. Hook Falls ;i:no--Liille Mohawki. vs. Plymoulh "::»--Mesr.rvey vs. Swaledale 8::iO--Thornton v.s. Venlura SATURDAY. G A M K S 2:afl--Upper h r a c k p l s e m i f i n a l :!::{(!--l.otver brachr.l .semifinal 7::m-- ConsolatinM l i a m p i o n s h i p ·It's just about the last roundup for North Iowa basketball this week--nearly hnlC the high school teams in the sector are closing down their schedules, getting' set for county tournamenls, and the more rigorous sectional tests. Practically all junior colleges, headed toward the state tournament next week at Marshalltown, COUNTY MEETS Three county tournaments in the central section of North Iowa hold attention this weekend. Ccrro Gordo's postponed tournament will be held - at Thornton, getting under way Friday; Butler county's meet is already under way at Parkersburg, and the Franklin county tournament was to start Thursday at Sheffield. will end their dual schedules this Friday night. Mason City, with four regular teams in action, plus an entry in the county tournament at Thornton, w i l l have one of its busiest week-ends. No dual wrestling remains in the North Iowa schedule, since teams this week turn toward Cresco and Clarion for district tournament competition, and face the final state tournament session at Fort Dodge next week. The North Iowa schedule, ac. cording to Globe-Gazette records, includes t h e following games listed for Friday unless otherwise noted: BASKETBALL Junior College. Vorl D o d g e at M A S O N CITY K o o n n at M a r s h a l U o w n S h c l i l o n at f m m e l s b u r f : ICrisle G r o v e at F.llsworlll ( l o w a Vails) ^r.sthcrville at Northwestern ( O r a i High School. Kensctl at ST. J O S E P H ' S · (Tlllir ) HOLY FAMILY at S w o l c u a l e W a t e r l o o East at IValerloo West (Big Clear take at Brill Osaee at Charles City ( N E I ) Vlnlon at Webslcr City Swca City at SI. Cecilia's Al t o n n ) Cohvell at A l t a V i s t a OV-C) St. John's (nancro(l) at W h i l l e m o r c IllKfaln Center at llelmond ( X I ) Cresco at Klmn [Tliur ) Io\vs .it Clarion Decorali at Oehvein ( N E D '·?*'« Grove at Iowa F a l l s ( N C ) S h e l d o n at U n i m e l s b u r K (Lakes) Fentnii at C y l i n d e r Fredericksljwrir at Nashua KJemme at Goodell (SE) Carpenter at Gralloti ( T h u r . ) X i i r l l n r o o d at Garner (N'O Crystal Lake at l l . i y f i c l d s r ) 1 ' l y m o L i l l , ,t l l a . r t o n l o w n Isicsler, M f m t . . at M c n r v l l l c I t a n a w h a at ^\'o(len (SD I - o r r s t city al L a k e M i l l s (.XI) l.rdyanl at l.onrrork · l . c R o y . M i n n , , at I.imc Sprinu J l c l n l i r e a t R i c e v i l l e flock Tall.v at jlranly Xc\v HantTltan at Cedar Falls Nora Springs al Marble Rock (Tilt Otranlo at O r c h a r d IThur.) tlurld at Itocklord (TR) H a k e a t Thompson l T ] i u r . \ Clie^ter at Ri'dcenay Seiicc.i at Ciraettfncjcr W e s l e y nl n o d m = n , CONFr.KF.NCF.s7 XI, Nortl, t n rai NF[ N o r t h e a s t ,,,,,»; ,,-.£., w.psle-Cedar: .vb.' Twin" »?y e ^."' ! S6 ' SCV '" K3 "" ; TM' Vet Flychaser Set to Join Texas Club DES MOINES, VP)-Stanley Keycs. veteran outfielder will play the 1937 baseball season with he San Antonio club of the Texas eague. Keycs, 35-yc«rs-o!d ;md leading Western league hitter in 1931 and 1932, was traded by the Des Moines club for Harold Warnock young outfielder, and William Nelson, right hand hurler. Schmeling Holding Up Atlantic Voyage p\V YORK, (UP) _ Max Schmeling, former heavyweight champion, who was scheduled to ail for New York on Friday, has deferred his departure from Germany u n t i l Feb. 24, J oe Jacobs us American manager s a i d Thursday. Jacobs s a i d t li a t S c h m e 1 i n g's exhibition tour chcdulcd in start March 2, would tart March S. O'DEI.L RATTLES. OTTUMWA, W-Ralpi, o'Dcll Jttmnwa's young henvywcight boxer who has attracted national ttention, will make his first iome town appearance Thursday ight against young Warner St 'aul, Minn. The bout Is scheduled or six rounds. YANKEES BUY NEW YORK,' (UP)-Purcha S e if First Baseman Ellsworth Dahl- rren ot San Francisco from the Boston Red Sox club was announced Thursday by (he New York Yankees. Dahlgrcn was with he Syracuse I n t e r n a t i o n a l league lub last season. He batted ,318 nd fielded .990. LAST TESTS OF LOCAL TOURNEY DRAWING CLOSE Class Finals Will Be Played Friday Night a t " Y";Windup Saturday. Tournament Boxscores i. lon-AN-AK--:i:t it-Firm K -- i n C . r , n l l , "."."ii,,,,,,, ,' *.".'] N c l s n n [ II n nj.l. . I r n k i n v f II n n "'·"I" ' a li ivC-. J c n k i n i t a n n « h l l _ f . f I II r;|ltye e ,, i, ,, l . l n c L c i i n i p :l ( I n j \ V r ^ l f n t l o 2 0 1 H n n » c I I n M I H u s o m n K O I L Hnl/e c 11 l | F i i r n e i i n a n Snell f l i niNlssen g I) n t l O n v e r s o n jf n i l * * TOTAL IX 3 B I T O T A L ~t"jT R i m n i n r score by quarters: llcekcr's -'4 *;· 37 y$ F«tile .'. n "o '2 Yn l r ree Ihrou-s missed: Decker's 2- F e r tile R. 1'ABST--31) If II H'l If ft pt Tracy f (l o CljTowle f n i l Coan f J l OILoiljr I a 2 3 nrunsvolcl f U [ O - F r e d r i c k s c l o t Mathiason f 2 » u j s h u a l l c n u n Chrfslensen c ft s (IfPfper f i n a n a r r C t - -IMastellar r n - n ^ Konecky f r, I :i]Slraiv -. n It n Zander g 0 0 t)| TOTAL II f: BJl'OTAI. ^"sT:! [iinnlnjr score by iiuarters: l l a n t p t o n '....'. ^ II 7l 1ft Tree Iliroivs missed: Pabst 7; I f a m p l o n 3. MAR. £ SWIFT--35|10WA FALLS--'ill Ryan f Ilrouu-er f H r u n s v o l i i f Connelly c Cordlc j- llawk i ft L I II ^ o n n II n I t n l ·i n a ·: i :i[itepp f :i n nicoiiis f I ^ l l . l l e l c a l f t 3 I) S I K r n l t c 1 I -l|Writht r. I S a n t e r sr n t a I B a b z i e n s 2 n I TOT.VL U 4 11| TOTAL 8 i T I t u n n l i i r . score by i i n a r t c r s : Marshall and S w i f t ~ II J"7 "!· loii'a Fall? g It !1 21) I'rec throu-s missed: Slarshall anil v l f t (j; lo«-a Falls JJ, c. COUNTRY---M IFOKT DODGE--in 'E (i r'l tr it pt J o h n s o n I a 1 I { J o h n s o n I K i n Tlinrtle f U n O i M t l t c r s p a n f ·'. II -I AnJerson o I II -lllSrand f n II n '.ee f 2 a ll|Nordecn o X n 1 Krnsrel r :\ n lILartent f n l I Rillman g O n l | G a w l r y r 3 0 i 1'aul c 1 II 1| TOTAL iTTTl'vOTAL I-TTT ItLinuin); score by quarters: Corn Country C in 1« 21 Fort Doilec R jn 211 4O Free throM-K missed: Corn Country 3i Vort nod EC T. Keleree: Den Murray. The North Iowa Independent basketball tournament heads 'into- ils semifinal round Friday night al the Mason City Y. M. C. A. court, when finalists meet in Class B and Class A to determine the teams which will battle for the championship. Pabst Blue Ribbon's defending champions will battle another local team; Decker's lowanas, in the last contest of the Class B schedule, starting at 8 o'clock Friday night, while Marshall- and Swift, winner over Rosedale Creamery in two games this season--the only two independent games the Fort Dodge team has lost--will meet the Buttermakers again al 9 o'clock lo determine the Class A title. Winners Meet Saturday. The winning teams of Friday night will meet in Ihe championship battle Saturday, while "Friday's losers will play a consolation contest, also Saturday night. Wednesday night saw Fcrtilc's Indians drop oul of the race, losers :o Decker's lowanas by 33 to 10. The Fertile team failed lo score .inlil six minutes had gone by in he third period, but the last quar- :er produced some good basketball. Hampton's White Eagles fell out of line in Class B, losing 30 to 19 to Pabst Blue Ribbon as Cy Ko- pccky paced the Mason City team with 11 points. Cleaners Win Game. Marshall and Swift outclassed .he Iowa Falls Shamrocks as nil he Cleaners broke into the scor- ng i n . a good game all the way, with Ced Connelly producing eight points to lend the attack. Rasedale Creamery d e f e a t e d Mason City's league leaders. Corn Country Butter, as Harold Nordeen and Ken Johnson snowed under the Mason City Butter- makers with 16 and 13 point barrages, winning 40 to 24. The championship team will receive medals for its title-v.'inning performance Saturday night, and he runnersup will also get medal iwards. AVALKUP SIGNS ST. L'OUIS, (}--James Elton Valkup, pitcher, has signed his !)37 contract with tile St. Louis Browns, and will get another try- iu I. under Manager Rogers iornsby, it was announced Thursday. He is the tenth Brownie to ign for the coming season. Liquid-Tablet! Salve-Nose Drops TABLETS for COLDS ind HEADACHES Price. Mo Dr. E.C. Martin C H I R O P O D I S T Successor to Dr. J. I). Jlcclcr 316 1st. Nat. Bk. Bid*. Ph. 331

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