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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 26 Â· 1936 THIRTEEN WEBSTER CITY UPSETS DAVENPORT 32 TO 29 Al Mitchell Out of .the Pressbox LOOKING OVER the new rules and regulations for the fishing season of 1936 . . . and noting the changes and additions announced by the Iowa conservation commission ... here's what's ahead: * * * OPENING DATES on game fish remain unchanged except for trout . . . which season opens April 15 instead of April 1 as in former years. The lateness of the season and increased danger of floods washing out newly stocked trout was given as the reason for the change in the opening date. The trout season ends Sept. 1. The new rules provide that carp, buffalo, quillback, gar and dog-fish, which are classified as non-game fish, and bullheads, redhorse, dace, , chubs, shiners and suckers may be taken at any season of the year. * * # ALL OTHER game fish may be taken from any of the waters of the state between 5 o'clock, May 15 and inidnight Nov. 30, except as follows: Small-mouth or large-mouth bass and catfish may be taken only between 5 o'clock, June 15 and midnight Nov. 30. In the Mississippi and Missouri r.vers, catfish, northern pike or pickerel, sheepshead and bullhead may be taken at any time. Rock ' and sand sturgeon may be taken between Aug. 1 and Dec. 1, both dates inclusive. Rock bass, black bass, crappie, Â·bluegill or sunfish may be taken only between 5 o'clock, June 15 and midnight Nov. 30, in the following lakes: Trurnbull and Lost Island in Clay county; Spirit, East and West Okoboji, Upper and Lower Gar, Minnewashta, Silver and Swan in Dickinson county; Tuttle and Iowa in Emmet; Crystal in Hancock; Medium, Silver and Lost Island in Palo Alto, and Cornelia in Wright county. * * * THE NEW artificial or manmade Lake Wapello in Davis county will be opened to fishermen on June 15 and will close on Nov. 30. Fishing will be permitted from 5 O'clock to 10:30 at night. Reduced catch limits also are given to Lake -Wapello, a maximum of 12 fish being permitted each person each day, of which number not more than five may be black bass and not more than seven may be crappies. The lake is stocked with black ' tass, crappie, bluegill and the large species of bullheads. The conservation commission- estimates more .than 150,000 adult size fish are ready for taking in Lake Wapello, * * * ".-ALL MINNOWS to be used as bait in Lake Wapello must first be inspected. The commission explains this rule by stating it is exteme- ly important in preventing the introduction of obnoxious fish in new artificial lakes. Minnow removal is also prohibited in Lake Wapello as well as in all other artificial lakes Tinder the jurisdiction of the commission. Other artificial lakes closed to all fishing in 1936 are as follows: Upper Pine lake in Hardin county, Lake Macbride in Johnson county, Ahquabi in Warren County, Springbrook in Guthrie county, Beed's in Franklin county, Lake Keomah in Mahaska county, Echo Valley in Fayette county, State Park lake in Taylor county, Lacey-Keosauqua lake in Van Buren county and Swan lake in Carroll county. RIVER CITY TEAM GETS PUSHED Ol'T IN INITIAL ROUND Williamson Defeats Bronson 39-37 in State High Cage Tourney. 1st 2nd 3rd Fin. Mason City | Quasqueton | BULLETIN DBS MOINES--Slaving off a last quarter rally that nearly tied the score, Logan defeated Van Meter 28 to 35 to enter the second round of the state high school basketball tournament at Drake fieldhouse Thursday, Logan had a lead of 16vto 12 at the half. DES MOINES, (.T)--Highly tout ed Davenport, eastern Iowa's favor ite, went crashing out of the firs round of the state high school has kctball tournament before the BE-GAZETTE S RTS Coaches Figure United States to Win Olympics Crash of Tenpins Resounds in Bowling Tourney ALL FOR MASON CITY DES MOINES -- State higi-. ceived a telegram Thursday att- school basketball officials re- ernoon, reading: "Sioux Center cagers are all for Mason City. Whole school will listen in at 3:30." spired, rangy Webster City team 32-29, in a resounding upset in th Drake fieldhouse Thursday. Davenport, never in full strid from the opening whistle, had chance to tie the count in the las minutes after firing away a t l ^ range to cut the winners' margin a 31-28. Warren Maxon, sharpshootin; Webster City forward, led his mate with 12 points followed by Don Shel ton's eight points. Lenvil Simmons, 1935 all state star and Davenport forward, car ried the offensive brunt for the los ing River City quintet by scoring 19 points. BOXSCORE Davenport (29) G FT Summons, f 8 3 Cox, f 0 1 Parsons, c 2 2 Beckman, c , 0 - 0 Strassburger, g 1 0 Griffin, g 0 1 Warnkcn, g 0 0 THE ONLY change in the regulations for catch limits is that bullheads caught in a legal manner ay be taken in any number from the Missouri and Mississippi rivers nd Spirit and East and West Oko- oji lakes in Dickinson county . Otherwise the daily aggregate catch limit has been set at 25 jame fish, of which not more than a total of 15 may be trout, small- (Continued on Page 14) It WRESTLING MASON CITY ARMORY Thursday, March 26 3 Big Matches This Coupon and 25c Admits You. Sponsored by American T.ccion. TOTALS 11 7 Webster City (32) G FT "Vlaxon, f 5 2 Ostlund, f 1 o Shelton, c 4 n Frank, g 0 0 Burton, g 2 0 Haack, g 1 4 10 TOTALS 13 6 13 At half--Webster City 16; Davenport 10. Missed free throws: Simmons 3, Cox 2, Parsons 2, Maxon 1, Os'tlund 1, Shelton 1, Burton 1, Haack 1. Officials: Referee, John Finlay of Coe; umpire, Elmer Gumq of Simpson. Williamson, fiery little team from a southern Iowa mining town, turned in the first upset of the tournament by defeating Bronson, 1935 finalist, 37-37, in an overtime battle that opened the classic before several thousand fans in the Drake fieldhouse. What started out to be a runaway affair for Bronson turned into a hectic ball game in the last fiv e minutes when Jack Johnston dumped in a basket to put Williamson out in front, 31-30. BOX SCOKE: BRONSON (37) G FT F Lewis, f i 3 2 Langstaff, f 6 0 2 Amick, c 7 2 1 Vagel 'i 2 3 Ooug Langstaff, g fl o 4 Goodwin, g o 0 2 Totals WILLIAMSON (39) Tune in On the Chrysler AIRSHOW Â·' 7 P. M. TONIGHT ' Thursday, March 19 STATION WCCO J. H. MARSTON j| CHRVSLER-l'LYMOUXH '2 Block East of Hanford Hotel Scott, f .................. (j 3 lolmes, f Dcrgo, f Neighbour, c-g ............ 2 Vicoletto, c ............... o 3ro\vicn, g-c ....... . ..... 2 Johnston, g . . . ........... 3 Cebuhar, g ............... o .15 7 14 G FT F 3 4 1 4 INDIANAPOLIS, /P--Headlines of yesteryear will perform in the American Bowling Congress tournament, among them Frank Benkovta of Milwaukee who shared the doubles title in 1932 and 1933 and Charley Daw, also of Milwaukee, thrice A. B. C. champion. Colorful Mort Lindsey of Stamford, Conn., is Scheduled 1o roll in (he team event. Lindsny holds Ihe highest average in A. B. C. competition over a span of years, being above 200 for 25 tournaments. TABLE CONTESTS FULL DAY BEHIND Singles Second Round Must Be Completed Friday in Local Meet. With city tournament play running a day behind, all second round singles matches in the Decker Erothers-Y. M. C, A. table tennis tournament must be played off not later than 9 o'clock Friday night, it was announced Thursday by Evron M. Karges, tourney manager. All doubles matches, now in the semifinals, must be played by Saturday afternoon. Doubles finals will be held Monday, and the final sin- es match will be Tuesday. Pairings and results in the tournament are: Red Dawson Gets Favor as He Starts at Head Job Tulane Sees New Deal* in Football With Second Round. Draper Lnnpr vs. Reeves Hall. \Veni\vorHi Carter vs. D. C. Baldwin. Al Tihcflu vs. Georcp XanlÂ«n. Robert Poivell vs. Jesse Carroll. Doug Weaver vs. Paul Trumbllll. Ray Cloush, Jr., vs. C. E. Price. Cljirenco EsHdr vs. Charles Rose. Shelby Btfrry vs. Norns Groth. Rob Walters vs. Ralpli Pickmann. Krnlc Enclcr vs. Bert Dusold. Bob Major vs. Harold Gllchrisl. Â·lames MacDoimld vs. Harvey Major. Harold S witter vs. Shueli jnnes. E. c. Dnpns vs. KInjr Vandcnvickcn. Â·Inrk BnbiPr vs. Dave Knufmann. Lyle Humphrey vs. Ocorpe Marty. Second Round. d Tibcau beat K idson and Baldwin arter. Eslick and Vantlenvicken beat Marty and eavrr. Switzcr and Andrews beat Sfoytes and nltler. ttjj and FHckencer licat Dunn and West. CHAMPIONS GET THREE ON TEAM SEVEN EAGLES' IRST TEAM CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM Totals ................... ie 7 21 Score at half: Bronson 19; Williamson 16. Missed Free Throws-- Lewis 4, Delbcrt, Langstaff ], Amick 4, Nagel 2, Doug Langstaff 1, Goodwin 2, Scott 4, Holmes 1. Neighbour 1, Growich 2, Johnston 2. Officials -- Keferee, Gump of Simpson ; umpire, Davis of Penn. Fonvanls. Ahrenkfil. Goodell. D. Yeakel, Kanawha rtnknian, Klenime, Clark, Goodeli Centers. nlstrom. Oondrli. Lester, Woden ce, Klemme. .Illek. Crystal Lake Guards. rr. Kiemme. M. Ahrenkoil. Gondelt is. Gondell. Rose, Crystal J.ake lotzb-iteh. Klemnie. W. Veakel. Kanaivna Monnralile Mention. r,ffljff. \\iiltrn. Frcrivard. Vawder J'l/wir, Kannwha, Center. Knsler, Kanmvha, Guard. KLEMME--With three players named on the first squad, Goodeli high school's championship team ran second to Klemme, which placed four men, in the Seven Eagles'.basketball conference teams announced here Thursday. The teams were selected by a poll of coaches and officials, sponsored by the Klernrne Times. Schools represented in the conference are Crystal Lake, Goodeli, Hayfield, Kanawha. Klemme and Woden. Hunting Cocker Spaniel Puppies On Display Friday, March 27, at DECKER BROS. SPORTING GOODS 209 North Federal Ave., Mason City A. K. C. REGISTERED FROM EXCELLENT HUNTING AND SHOW STOCK Also Three Well Bred Chow Pups for Sole MIDLAND GAME FARM AND KENNELS Next Season. By EDDIE BRIETZ Associated Press Sports Writer. NEW ORLEANS, La., Iff)--Every body down here at Tulane think young Red Dawson is going to mak a whale of a head coach . . , He's keen and personable and enthusiast! about his job . . . All those years he spent playing and coaching under smart old Bernie Bierman didn' hurt, either . . . Tulane sees a new football deal just around the corner . . . However, a lot of missionary work is necessary . . . Only 43 boys turned out for spring practice . . . Dawson was what you called "slayed." Want to sell a race horse? . Raoul Espinoza, who owns the track .in Panama City, is in the market . . . He's been on the Rue Royale only two weeks but already has bought and shipped 15 thoroughbreds to Panama . . . Jack Dempsey tips Fred Digby of the item here that his boy, Red Burman, is a sure shot to beat John Henry Lewis if and when they meet . . . Digby also tells you not a penny has been bet in the winter books on Bien Joli and Bow To Me, the E. R. Bradley Kentucky derby eligibies . . . What's the matter? Doesn't the colonel like 'em? Can't imagine a football coach in a nicer spot than Carl Snavely at Cornell . . . He's got the fieshmen, he's getting good dough and he must get some satisfaction out of the thought that the teams he turns out can't possibly do worse than the ones that immediately preceded him . . . Phil Brubaker, Pacific coast heavyweight hope, is on the shelf for at least two months with damaged hands . . . Japan's favorite ball player is not Babe Ruth . . . but "Lefty" O'Doul of the San Francisco Seals, "the man in the green suit" to you New Yorkers . . . Fresno state's great middle distance r u n n e r , Elroy Robinson, teaches a Bible class on Sundays. The Yankees have opened a baseball kindergarten at Paso Roblea, Cal., with Scout Joe Devine charge . . . Extra for Philadelphia: Rogers Hornsby says the Athletics win not finish last . . . Next to seeing his baseball articles in the big five cent magazine, Connie Mack got his biggest thrill of the year when his Athletics beat the Boston Red Sox the other day . . . Donald Budge, one of America's Davis cup hopes, is huskier and healthier than ever. Manager Jimmy Wilson figures his seven starting hurlera will win 100 games for the Phillies this year . . . He allows 20 to Curt Davis, 17 to Bucky Walter, 15 to Joe Bowman, 14 to Euel Moore, 13 to Orville Jorgens, 12 to Hal Kellcher and 9 to Syl Johnson . . . Well, there's no law against dreaming in Florida . . . Lou Salica, New York bantamweight, is doing all right in (he far west . . . That jockey the Florida racing commission barred was riding around in a $15,000 auto, plus a chauffeur . . . A. A. Baroni, owner of Top Row, is negotiating for Jockey Wayne Wright to ride the colt in the 510,000 Marchbank stakes in California. TED COX LEAVES LEGION CONTEST Change in Wrestle Card Is Made as Injury Stops Grunter in D. M. A telegram informing Promoter Walt Irving of the American Legion :hat Ted Cox was seriously injured Tuesday night at DCS Moines caused a change in the 'rassling show scheduled at the armory Thursday night. Cox, who was to meet Lord Reginald Ackl'ey of England in the main event, will be replaced by Olaf Gregerson of Denmark. Gregerson was to meet Lee Kenning, former Upper Iowa athlete, in A preliminary match. His place will )e taken by Abe Kaplan, New York heavyweight. Kaplan was to have met Rollie Anderson of Knoxville in another natch but George White of Dexter vill substitute in that contest to ound out the reorganized card. DOZEN WINS FOR UNCLE SAM WILL TAKE TOP HONOR 23 Events to Test Athletes of World in Games at Berlin Stadium. f.VGTK: This is tho t e n t h and lust n[ n scries nf slnrics tin American Olympic track nnrt field prnspocls. w r i t t e n by the Fports editor or the Associated Press in c'liidhoralion with this country's foremost coaches.) By ALAN GOULD NEW YORK. W)--They arc prob. ably keeping their fingers crossed since much can' happen between now and the first week of August, but the best minds of our track coaching profession figure the United States will capture a majority of the Olympic championship events at Berlin. To be exact they expect Uncle Sam's lads to take 12 out of 23 first places in the track and field competition. The consensus is that we will sweep the hurdles, the relays and the foot-racing events from 100 to SOO meters, inclusive. This is something America has not done since the 1912 games at Stockholm. In the field events the coaches rate Americans as "best bets" only in the high jump, broad jump, pole vault and shot put. May Be Optimistic. This may lean toward the optimistic side. On our home grounds at Los Angeles in 1932 we were unable to capture three of the events listed here. These were the SOO meters, won by England's Tom Hampson; the 400 meter hurdles, captured by Ireland's Bob Tisdall; and the high jump, won by Canada's Duncan McNaughton. However, the U. S. A., has turned out world record-breakers in all three of these specialties since the last Olympics. Thus the coaches have excellent reasons for picking Ben Eastman, Glen Hardin and Cornelius Johnson to recapture honors. Conservative on Mile. It is noteworthy that they lean to the conservative side in tile 1,500 meters run, the so-called "metric mile." They rate Glenn Cunningham our "best bet" but do not concede our middle distance cracks more than even chance against such runners as Jack Lovelock, Stanley Wooderson or Luigi Beccali, the defending champion. The coaches do not expect an American to repeat either in the decathlon or discus throw, won by Jim Bausch and John Anderson for the home forces in 1932. They figure a "good chance," however, for either Slinger Dunn or Ken Carpenter in the discus, as well as for 3ur hammer throwers. Â·| Oil change--5quarlsof correct summer weight 100% Pure Pennsylvania Oil. 2 Drain and flush transmission and differential grease. Refill with correct summer lubricant. (5 Ib. limit). Firestone Specialized Lubrication. 115 East State St. Open Evenings and Sunday Till Noon Phone 766 Mack Didn't Know Result of Big Sales Young Players Fewer Now Than They Used to Be. By PAUL MICKELSON Associated Press Sports Writer. FORT MYERS, Fla., (.D--Old Connie Mack didn't know. He didn't know there existed such a big shortage of good young ball players; he didn't know that pitchers with even a fair knowledge of how to throw weren't waiting at every cross roads town for a big league chance; he didn't know that the Philadelphia fans, who never seemed to give a hoot, would take the sale of his last cluster of stars to heart. Connie Mack knows now. He's worried and sad, as grand a fighter and as shrewd as he is. A lone lease on the American cellar faces him cnce more. Some 50 ball players, recruited from everywhere, arc drilling hard and talking it up under the keen blue eyes of the old master down here at Fort Myers. Spirit? There isn't a club in baseball with more of it. Philadelphia fans are bound to be impressed with a bunch of youngsters who will (Continued on I'RM 14) PREP TEAM WILL DEFEND TITLE AT COUNTY TOURNEY Cerro Gordo Baseball Scrap to Be Held Here May 1, Mohawks Open Play. CKRBO GOKUO MKET At Rmnvvelt Stadium. Friday. Siiltmlny. Miiy 1-Z. F R I D A Y CA.MKS 9:0(1--.MASON CITY v*. Ventura, ]ll::ill--.Mrscrvi",y \vs. Tliurill'in. 1 !.1(t_KÂ»rk Valh vÂ». Rockivrll. .1:110--rijromidi v.Â«. SiralcdaJr. SATCROAV OAMES Â«:()(!--I'rMH'r Itraclirt nfmlfltnil. Mason City high school will defend its county baseball championship on its home grounds this spring, as it djd last season, when the Mohawks won 17 consecutivo games without defeat and took the state prep title. The announcement of county tournament dates and pairings was made Thursday by Howard Barker, assistant baseball coach. Mason City will open the meeting, playing Ventura at 9 o'clock Friday morning, May 1, according to the present schedule. Meservey will play Thornton at 10:30 to complete the upper bracket. At 1:30 In the afternoon, Rock Falls will meet Rockwell, while Plymouth play3 Swaledale at 3 o'clock to end the first round. Semifinal games will be played at 9 o'clock and 10:30 Saturday morning. 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