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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

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/ fl--· 1 - SHEFFIELD WINS j CLASS B HONORS ; BY 22-14 SCORE Kensett High Is Beaten in Rally by. Shooting of Kammeier. OHEFFIELD won the class B final ° in the sectional basketball tournament .here 'Saturday night by defeating Kensett 22 to 14 in the final pme. Kensett led : in the first quarter by. a. count of 6 to 2 but Sheffield closed the halMO to 8. Kammeier, Sheffield center, was the star rir e same. He totaled 15 points. The game opened slow with each side playing cautious. Joe Boyette pushed in a setup for Kensatt to ?tart the scoring. Kammeier sank a free throw on p. Brunsvold's foul. f~- Bnmsvpld sent a fairly long one thru the rim for two counts and repeated soon after. Kammeier got a gift shot on O. Brunsvold to close the quarter with Kensett leading 6 .Tie Seoro Early in Second. Thomas and Kammeier scored lu LJ , n , , the second quarter for Sheffield to tie the score at 6 all Kammeier .and Thomae.Uren scored ·|fa!n to send the mark to' 10 f of Sheffield, and -Birdsell . added a couple. of charity shots on fouls Sheffield led at the half io to 8. « 0P of^ n f, vo d brot Kensett into' a tie at 10 all early in the third period by s mWn g a neat long counter Q ttrunsvold made good from the free throw line to put Kenaett into the lead by 11 to 10. This was the last time Sheffield was headed Kammeier'retaliated for the winners with a long one and West tied the score again for Kensett with a gift shot. Kammeier then flipped in ·two beauties to give Sheffield a 16 tcv!2;lead as the quarter ended. Sheffield Leads by Good Margin. ·ar °,?k scored a free throw on JVest s foul to start the final period and Kammeier pushed in a setup shot to make the score 19 to 12 and wake the Sheffield lead a little BE*G AfcETTE S IN OVERTIME TILT i i ' I MASON CITY, IOWA, ALL-BIG SIX BASKET FIVE NAMED P- Brunsvold scored a double counter for Kensett, bringing the count to 19 to 14 but Kammeier , came back by_ heaving a long one thru the'rim. Ertlnger'a free throw w»» the final «core of the game SHEFFIELD--22 FG FT PF ~ "^ " -J *i% _ o ' 7 1 0 Cook.-g 0 1 % Salinger, g- 0 1 l " Totals X ....!. v lo" ' ~J T Substitutions: Eno'for Kamraeler. .Kammeier for Eno. KENSETT--14 FG FT PF 1 P. Brunsvald, f . 4 n a west, f ;;;; " J Biivlselj, .o 0 ' " 2 o Boyette,^ '.'.',". .1 o ,0 O. Brunsvold, g ...0 1 2 Totals g ~l "^ Substitutions: Bnmsvoid for Bird-. r.S? f ^ Te: llja *l» Pomerby. Umpire: Billings, Tipper Iowa. I DECKER'S LEAGUE DECKER BOWLING LEAGUE · Team Standing: \V Mechanical .............. 15 " Superintendent's office v. .14 Clerks .' -14 Sweet Pickle . i " 13 Main Office u Dry Cure 5 HIGH TEN AVERAGES Whitney (Mech.) si" Senn (Main Off.) 45 K^cks (Clerks) .42 Coggins (Dry Cure) . ...28 Evenson (Clerks) .... ...27 M.Kaufman (Clerks) ...64 C. Kaufman (Supt. Off.) . .48 Sweesey (Main Off.) . ...45 McConnel (Dry Cure) ...36 Presnal (Mech) 47 L. 0 10 10 11 13 19 Av. 180 177 188 161 162 161 160 16(t 155 15S JOHAWKS DEFEAT MRnffiilltH IN 16-15 CAGE TILT Hubbard, Opel Share Scor ing Honors as Locals Win by Final Quarter Rally, Mason City's Johawks of the St Joseph academy aosed out the Park theater five-of Clear Lake 16 to 15 Sunday evening at the St. Joseph school in a final period rally. Th theater five was leading- 11 to 4 a the half. The Johawks were held scoreless for the initial quarter with a talli of 6 counts for the lake team. A r the close of the third quarter thi Clear Lake, five was still in the lead with a 11 to 10 count. Hubbard and Opel'were the high scoring aces of the game with' 3 field goals apiece. Wright, Clear Lake guard, was runnerup In th scoring honors with 2 field goal. ·' ^^M^^^^i^^B«»3i BOXING ARMORY Thursday, March 12 ROUNDS A HIP Ice* Arl.flrtcan Tfjcloti .Drum Corppt DON HAMPTON vs. KID LEHR 6 Rounds "FRANKIE" SPARGO vs. JACK McGROOTY C Rounds GORDON STEWART vs. · YOUNG CASEY 6 rounds HERR MAX GOULD vs. SPEEDY CLAYTON 0 rounds Ralph Johnson vs. Vallie Kline 4 Rounds Kid jtfclmrgy ya. Carl Nelson 3--OTHER BOUTS--3 and 1 free throw. JOHAWKS--16 Mulian, f jffauseholder, f Meyers, f Lyncli, o . L. Ryan, a Wolfe, g .. Jim Ryan, Hubbard, g FG ..Z ..0 ..1 ..0 ..2 ..0 ..0 ..3 FT 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 PF 0 0 0 I Totals ,..'., ____ .....s 6 : Substitutions: Meyers for Householder, L. Ryan f 0r Lvnoh, Hubbard for Jim Kyan. P. THEATER-- 15 Ope, f Callanan, f . .. . Beedle, c .. ..... j Anderson, v ..... Wright, g* ...... . FG .3 o ' FT 0 0 0 0 .1 PF 1 1 0 0 1 Totals ......7 1 j{ Referee: Thomas, Iowa. Condition of Ban Johnson Same ST. LOUIS,' March 9. WP--The condition of Ban Johnson, former American league president, showed little change over the week-end attending physicians at St. John's hospital here said today. c-o HEATO ECONOMY A - L $950 Bootless BLACK HAWK III. Lump KENTUCKY Nut K. C. RING CARD . FOR TUESDAY Kid Caruso vs. Raleigh Hughes 4 rounds. Glen ppry: VSP Alex Getta, 4 rounds. Kid Vernaa vs. Lee 'Jones, 4 rounds. Red Martin vs. Butch Howard, 4 rounds. ' McGuire vs. Billy Banning, 4 rounds. Carl Kreiger vs. Jim Huff, 4 rounds. · Don Hampton vs. .Toughy Anderson, '4 rounds. BOWLING SADDLE MASON BOWtlNO Monday's Schedule, " l SarlV^s.*'. A1 " n ° afe ° n alle " Globe-Gazette v«. Studebakcr Free Wheel- era on alleys 3 and 4 at 7:45. , ; Women's League «t s O'clock. First NaUonal bank -A. company on alleys 7 and 8. Team Standing). Team p 1. Oakland Pontiac 0~4 2. Hear Sand a.nd Gravel. .01 3. Fauiar/ Paii D i 4. Decker's lowania st 0. Faktor Bakery ...... 54 8.. Allen Cafe SJ T.^Champlln Refining 54 8. Joe Daniels' Service ...54 0. Lyons' Cleaners '...... 54 10. Atlaa Special .. 54 1. aiobe.-GaieUe, '.'.'.'6C 2. FlreiMe Fuel ........ 54 13 - "·,,,'''"· st - Pl c era«nt Plant 51 4. Stiidebaker Free yyh'eci-' 5 ' N '^, V y- st - p - Cemeiit Office 54 6. Chapln O'Ncil, Coal '54 7. Keal Slllc Hosiery . 54 B. International Harvester Company ' ... , 54 -- Purity Bakery .'...,'. ".'.54 o. Hennanion Sroa. DaJry.54 Standard oil m , wu \V. I,. 39 15 38 IS 35 34 Pet. .722 -, .687 19 .648 20 23 S3 24 26 21 27 2g 28 .630 .574 .674 .oca .519 .000 .500 .481 .481 25 20 .463 34 30 .141 33 33 33 31 34 34 .370 .370 HAYES MAY BE :ONSIDEBED AS HOLDOUT BILOXI, Miss. --Infielder Jack Hayes has been advised that unless e accepts Monday the pew contract ffered him by the Washington Sen- tors he will be considered' a hold- ut. Owner Griffith offered Hayes an Increase in his salary over last ear, but hot enough to satisfy the nfielder. CUBS REJOICE OVER ITOHER BOB SMITH A V A L O N , Col.--The Chicago uhs are rejoicing over Pitcher Bob mith and Charlie Root. Smith .tched five innings of a 12 to 1 ctory over Los Angeles' Sunday nd gave two hits. Root finished he game and permitted three well paced singles and fanned five bats- en. Adams and Second St. N..-W. illustrate with Photographs INTEREST SHIFTS TO HIGH SCHOOL FIVES FOR WEEK Colleges Bid Farewell to Cage Sport in Slim Card. BASKETBALL SCHEDULE FOB WEEK MONDAY Luther at Central. WEDNESDAY Columbia at Luther. THURSDAY TO SATURDAY Girls' high school sectional tournaments. Boys' high school district tournaments. · Boys' Catholic high school finals at Dubuque. SATURDAY Notre Damo at Iowa. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Basketball fang this week will urn to the high.school versions of C ^, Bport ' w!th the c °»ege wading- farewell in a series of contests scattered thru the Chief interest during the first of he week centers around the "final appearance of Central's great five which is seeking itjj twenty-eighth consecutive victory in two seasons, me Dutchmen were to oppose the powerful defensive combination of Luther at Pel]a .Monday night. Luther to Meet Columbia Luther will figure in the only mid- vveek contest, playing Columbia at Decorah. The game was-originally scheduled for last Friday night, 'but the presence of a high school sectional tournament on the Luther gymnasium floor caused its postponement, until Wednesday Iowa will appear in the final ?ame of the season, playing Notre VALLIE KLINE TO BATTLE JOHNSON IN 4 ROUND BOUT Kid Mclnroy to Meet Carl Nelson in Prelisunary Go on Bill. Ralph Johnson, Albert Lea, Minn, lightweight, has been signed to trade blows with Vallie Kline, Grafton, in one of the four round bouts of the 42 round card scheduled for Thursday, March 12, at the armory. Johnson carries a hard sock in either hand and is a willing mixer. He fought .('Wildcat" Thompson, local Negro, at the last show.'Kline is expected to be a worthy rival for the Albert Lea mauler; according to the matchmaker. Kid Mclnroy, Shell Rock featherweight, has also been signed to meet Carl Nelson, Austin, Minn:, in a" four rounder. Mclnroy fought Vallie Kline on the last bill. After being knocked down in the first round he came back and held his own with the hard punching Kline. Nelson has been seen here against Speedy Clayton, Sioux Falls, S. Dak. He fought in a six round bout at that time. He has knocked out Clarence Bork, Grafton, Both boys are willing mixers. WASHINGTON HAS AN EPIDEMIC OF "PENNANT FEVER" Solons Are "All Fired Up" for Another Great Year. By GAYLE TALBOT, Jr. BILOXT, Miss., March 9. /P)--An epidemic of pennant fever in its most virulent form has descended upon the camp of the Washington Senators here. Apparently no one m any way connected with the establishment is immune. It's in the very air that wafts -in off the placid bay. From President Clark Griffith down to Frankle Baxter, the assistant trainer, who has been with the club for 16 years, the Nationals believe it is their year. Altho not quite BO outspoken, Manager Walter Johnson is hit as hard as any of them. . Athletes Fired XJp The athletes themselves are fired up. :They,sense a flag, and there are no holdouts. The veteran bat-' terymeu who normally do not reach their best form until a month after the campaign begins, started preliminary conditioning weeks ago. There is little for the Big Train to do except get his men in shape. He hasn't a position to worry about. His mound staff, which includes five veterans who won 15 or more games TO MEET GOULD Speedy Clayton, Sioux. Falls, S. Dak., featherweight, is signed to meet Herr Max Gould, conqueror of Al Bork, in one of the six round bouts of the American Legion drum corps boxing card scheduled for Thursday, March 12. Clayton and Gould have both been here before and have won their bouts easily. Gould defeated Al Bork and Clayton won over Carl Nelson. TM» « at E° wa Clty Saturday night The Hawkeyes have won only two Big Ten games this season and hope to gain back some prestige by trimming, the Irish. District Meets to Start Play in the boys' district tournaments will start Thursday in eight cities, while the girls will open the section round of their games in 33 cities. The Catholic high school championship of the state will-be decided at Dubuque during the week-end, teams from four district tournaments of the state competing for the "ight to represent Iowa In the national tourney at Chicago. SPRING "WORLD SERIES" IN A DEADLOCK FORT MYERS--with the spring "world aeries" between tho Philadelphia Athletics and the St. Louis Cardinals deadlocked at one game sach, the two contenders were to iieet here Monday. for!ft.t.hn last'season, is intact. ,His Infield Is set, with plenty of reserve strength; the same with the outfield. Believed Best Yet It is the same outfit that was five games in front last Decoration day, only to slump when Henry Mahush was injured. Club officials record it, withal, as the greatest team Washington has had. 'About the only tiling- Johnson feels he could use right now is a little hitting behind the plate, and It looks like he lias found that in Cliff Bolton, a chunky receiver who hit .377 for Chattanooga last season. Roy Spencer and Bill Hargrave are the veterans of the staff. Alvin Crowder, Sam Jones, Fred Marberry, Lloyd Brown and Irving Hadley comprise the "Big Five" of the pitching corps. All were winners last year, turning in 79 victories. Lynn Griffith, who won 21 for Joplin in .the Western association, looks like the outstanding prospect among five rookies in camp. . Inner Works Fortified The inner works is strongly fortified, with Joe Judge at first, Charley. Myer at second, Joe Cronin at short and Osaie Bluege on third. Blueg-e alone of the quartet hit under $300 last season. In reserve at first, the Senators have Joe Kuhel and Jack Hayes. Wally Dash- lell from Chattanooga will get a utility role. Sam West, Sam Rice and Henry Manush make up a ball-busting outfield. Johnson, quite frankly savs It's the best. · Arrange for North 'lowa Pin Tourney Committees Plan to Schedule Meet for April. The Iowa and Southern Minnesota Bowling tournament is scheduled to be held at Mason City April 10 to 20. Entries for the tournament will' close Friday, April 3. The arrangements for the tournament were made Sunday afternoon at a meeting of the bowlers of the city at the Boyd Bowling alleys. Nine committees were named for the tournament by S. J. Sobieske president of the local association of bowlers. The committees are- Prize committee, C. Snook, chairman, to select his own men. Team committees: Commercial w - v - Coring, Fay O'Neil, J. Irons, L. Wilcox; professional--L. Moe J Decker, Dr. Parks H. Towne and Axell; industrial--F. Pirkl, R. Abbott, G. Senn, B. Dunton, R. Johnson, M. Bushgens, R. w. Brady, P. Leonard, J. Mueller, L. Pion and Wayne McGowan;' farmers--G. Squiers and John Wilcox; automobile--G. Smith, J. Daniels, G. Sauerberg and Sam Peterson; maltmen-- P. Wilcox; publicity--L. Carle, F. Wall, S. Sobieske and T. Krumbholz. A small entry fee will be charged for the tournament. A straightaway league was also formed at the meeting and will begin -.play Monday, March 16. night teams are entered in this with the prospect of four more coming in. The teams are Oakland-Pontiac, Boyd Bowling company, Deckel's' lowanas, Ideal Sand and Gravel, Purity Bakery, Faktor Bakery, Champlm Refining company and ·Standard Oil. Two rounds are planned for the league. FLAY HELD OVER BECAUSE OF BAD SNOWS IN SOUTH Buffalo Center-Goldfield and Garner-New Hampton . Are Paired. , DES MOINES, March 0. (.T-Sites for the district meets ot the state high school basketball tournament were announced Monday by George Brown, secretary of the state high school athletic association. Davenport, defending champion w i l l - b e host to the first district teams.. Pairings at Davenport and at the sixth district tournament to be held at Chariton, have not yet been announced by Brown, because inclement weather caused postponement of final sectional games at Fairfield and Diagonal These contests were to be playec Monday with pairings being announced later in tho week. The sites and pairings in the other district tourneys are: District a at Waverly--Class A- Washington high (Cedar Rapids)' vs. Strawberry Point, Montlccllo vs Waukou, Reinbeck vs. Waverly Vinton, bye. Class B: Chelsea vs (-·eneseo, Elma vs. Janesville Fairbanks vs. Palo, Hopkioton bye District 3 at New Hampton- Class A: Buffalo Center vs Goldfield, Gamer vs. New Hampton Class B: Dolliver vs. Sheffield, Rudd vs. West Bend. District 4 at Boone--Class A Boone vs. Sac City, Pocahontas vs Webster City. Class B: Boxholm vs Stratford, Lehigh vs. Sulphu oprmgs. District 5 at Des Moines or Ame: --Uass A: Adel vs. Roosevelt (DEL JWomes), Ames vs. Marshalltown Class B: Gilman vs. Huxley, Grans or vs. Norwalk. District 7 at Council ' Bluffs- Class A: Abraham Lincoln (Counci Bluffs) vs. Harian, Denison vs Red Oak. Missouri Valley and Shenandoah, byes. Class B: Cumberland V3 Kirkland, Henderson vs. Stanton Magnolia and Thnrman, byes District ,8 at Spirit Lake--Class A: Alta vs. LeMars, Battle Creek vs Rolfc. Rock Rapids and Spirit Lake,'byes. Class B: Arnolds Park vs. Hull, Bronson vs. Mallard. Linu Grovo and Whiting, byes. EXHIBITION BASEBALL By THIS ASSOCIATED TRESS SUNDAY'S GABIES NEW ORLEANS--Cleveland (A) 22; New Orleans 6 WEST PALM BEACH--St. Louis (A) 13; House'of DavW 1. DALLAS--Dallas 8; New York (N) 7. ST. PETERSBURG--Boston (N) 9; New York (A) 7. TAMPA--Brooklyn (N) 10- Cincinnati (N) 7, 12 innings. MIAMI--Philadelphia (A) 7- St Louis (N 5. PASO-ROBLES--Pittsburgh (N) 10; San Francisco 7. AVALON, Cal.--CHICAGO (N) 12; Los Angeles 1. HOUSTON--C h i c a g-o (A) 13- Houston 3. '' TODAY'S 5CHEDULIO ST. PETERSBURG -- Brooklyn (N) vs. Boston (N). FT. MYERS, Fla.--Philadelphia (A) vs. House of David. GLASS A HONORS TAKEN IN FINAL CLASH BY 20-15 Parrott Plays His Greatest Game; Wellik Stars for Invaders. WHATEVER chances Mason City V had of winning state honors in basketball were dimmed Saturday night as Garner won the class A division of the sectional basketball tournament at tho high school by defeating the Mohawks by a scora of 20 to 15 with one over-time period. The regular game.closed 15 to 15, after a brilliant rally by the Mohawks in the final minute of play. Garner led thruout the game with the exception of the first quarter. Wellik substituting for Ziesmer tt the second quarter of the game spelled the Mohawk's doom by sink- Ing 10 points for the period to brim* Garner from a 6 to 0 beating for the initial quarter ,to a 10 to .6 lead at the half. It was the work of Uik largely that won the game for Garner, tho Lemke, Bunkofske and Jass came thru in veteran stvle to pull the tilt from the fire in the overtime play. 1 Parrott Plays His Best. Parrott played his best game of the season for Mason City and was runnerup in the scoring honors for the tilt with 3 field goals and a free throw. Wellik of Garner waa the nigh scorer with 4 field goals and 3 free throws. The opening of the' tilt was markev by a frenzy of passing and rapid floonvork with but very few attempts for the basket Both teams appeared to be somewhat faulty in aim when they did open up. Captain Billman slipped in the field goal for the Mohawks. Then Grelk got a setup and Farrott sent in one of his tew shots of the season. The quarter closed with another epidemic of passing sans shooting: and Mason City led with 6 to the visitors' blank. Wellik, Garner substitute, pushed m a -setup shot soon after play opened in the second period. Wellik scored onco more from the court and added a free point after Billman. had fouled him. The substitute for the visitors, with a dead eye for the basket scored another from the field and added a gift shot on another foul by the Mohawks' captain to give Garner the lead 8 to 6 We'lik scored again to close the half with Garner leading 10 to 6. Scores Near Close. Suter dropped in a setup at the start of the second half and Mason City tightened its defense. The Mo- bawks were off on shooting. Wel- Jik got a free throw and Jass sank a field goal. Parrott got a free throw and the quarter closed with Garner leading 13 to 9' with scoring- honors even. " 6 Jass made' two points on Cordle's otil and Billman came back with one on Ziesmer's foul. Parrott sank a field goal after a fild frenzy of playing-. With a minute and 10 seconds left to play, Parrott sank n. ield goal and Suter tied the score with a free throw on Jass to end be period 15 all. In the overtime period Bunkofsko cored a field goal after a short pasm of playing. Lemke made another and Jass sank a free throw o give Garner the title, 20 to 15. 3ARNEK--20 FG FT PF Mmltf, f Ziesmer, f Vcllllr, f Bunkowskc, c .1 .0 .4 .1 .1 .0 .0 WOMAN'S LEAGUE BASKETBALL RESULTS I'linMio :tu; Tnwn 19. .Krlnll 28; lliilvrnilly o f nuliliriu» 2s. UlllstlalD College Aflcl]., 3tl; John Currnll COI.T.F.OK ClilrtiKo 31; OJitn Slalo 22. Michigan 21; Indffurm 20. Dnrlmnulli 38: J'rfncrtnn 2.1. Cane 2fl, U'psiern Resprvn yu. r i l l m j u r x l i 31; IVniiiylvnnln so. Valo 32, Cornell it. Cornell 3;ij Itlpon 24. Mllnnnkco Tenclicni 32; Knu Clnlro Tni DERUINGER PLEASES . GABBY STREET FORT 'MYERS, Pia.--Gabby otreet.'who has been counting on his veteran hurlers to carry the Cardinals to another National league pennant, -wore a broad smilo Monday--because of the rookie Paul Derringer who did so well against the Athletics Sunday that Gabby was convinced all the Cardinal pitching- this year won't coma from ngccl arms. Not an Athletic reached first base against Derringer in three innings. CORA COAL at $7.00 THONE per ton cash 888 Fireside Fuel Co. 0 0 3 0 S 0 0 3 I 1 2 A 1 , tastings, Totuls 7 6 g Substitutions: Wellik foVzicsmer, Lnu for Lcmke, Zlosmer for Lau, Lemke for Ziesmer, Lau for Bunkofske, Hastings for 1'ritchard, Prit- dmrd for Hastings. MASON CITY--75 FG FT PF Sutcr, f i x j Conlle, f o 0 Grelk, ·- I. 'o Blllniun, K 1 1 Purrott, g s ! Totuls G 3 7 Substitutions: Chaffin for Cordlc. Cordle for Chaffin, Fink for Grelk. Grclk for Fink. Kcfereo: 1-ndci, Fomoroy. Umpire: Billings, Upper lowu. AMATEUR BOXING SHOW K. of C. Hall Tuesday Evening 1 March 10 Kid Caruso Raleigh Hughes Glen Dorey Alex Getlu. Kid Vcrnon Leo Jones Red Mnrliii Bulch Hoivurd McGuIro Billy Banning Carl Krclgcr Jim Htif£ Don Hnmplon Tuffy Anderson 4 rds. 4 rds. 4 rds. 4 rds. 4 rds. 4 rds. 4 rds.

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