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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. FEBRUARY 20 ·§ 1937 TROJANS, MOHAWKS TAKE CAGE SCRAPS SixjMohawI^Wrestlers^Come Through Clarion Preliminary Contests LIGHT END GETS WINS AS THREE LOSE IN SCRAPS Mason City Entrants Sweep Through Early Weights; Rumeliote Winner. CLARION--Six Mason City high school wrestlers came tlu-ougl the preliminary round of the nortli central district tournament here Friday night, while another drew a bye to enter the second list of contests, and three entrants were defeated. The light end of the Mason City string, including Lloyd Decker Geof£ Waller, Bill Leewright Orin Thompson and Orlando Calicchia, swept through the weights up to 125 pounds. John Thompson, Ross Anderson and Tom Galios lost in the 135, 145 and 165 pounc classes, while Tom Rumeliote defeated his first opponent at 155 pounds. Don Leake, Mohawk heavyweight, drew the bye. mELtJIINAIUES Kr, p o u n d * -Wolta (Burt) decisioned Neilseu (Al- Mcrsch (Eagle Grov'e* tlrcw l)ve. Dicker. (MASON CITi') decisioned baiter down Falls). Dean ftlcOllough (Clarion) won by for- BclL ^Clarion) threw Thaves ( H u r t ) . Bernard fEagle Grove) decisioiicd obyc (Gilmorc CityJ. Henry Reed (Grant township) drew bye. Waller (MASON CITV) dccisioned Walker (Icnv.i Training). lo. p o u n d s -- Lcewrifitu (MASON CITY) dcclsiotiecl Lemuel Reed (Grant township). Green (Eagle Grove) threw Colwcll Smith (Biirtl dccjsioncd Chnslensen (Iowa Training), Kirslein (Clarion) dccisioned Larid- nc5jcr LGilmore City). 11.^ pountl-s-- Clair McOllough (Clarion) dccisioned Sclioby (Algona;. Christiansen (Iowa Training) deci- sioned Wood (Iowa Falls). Banks (Eagle Grove) drew bye. Orin Thompson (MASON CITY) dcci- sioned Decker (Burt). I'i.'t pounds-Duckworth [Iowa Falls) dccisioned Dit- gan iBurt) (second round). Duckworth decisioned Bradley (Gilmore City),- CaJicchia 'MASON CITY) decisioned Blackmail (Clnrion). Umstead (Eagle Grove) dccisioned Vera tAlgona). Dover (Grant Township) t h r e w Owens (Iowa Training). I'J.'i pounds-Morford 'Clarion) threw Mathcson (Algona). Imbodcn (Eagle Grove) decisioned Peck (Gilmore Cily). Ekwpll (Xqwa Training) threw Slrahorn [Iowa Falls). Harold Weiskc (Burl) ilecLsioned John Thompson (MASON CITY). 1-JS pounds-Brown (Iowa Training) dccisioned Bob Weiskc (Burl). Robson. (Clarion) decisioned Thompson Iowa Falls). Nicholson (Gilmorc City) drew bye. iMickclson (Eagle Grove) threw Anderson (MASON CITY). lu.1i pounds-- Rumeliole (MASON CITY) decisioned Hudgins (Eagle Grove). Fraser (Burl); Banwart (Algeria) drew byes, Sharp (Clarion) dceiskmed Quinn (Iowa Training). lG."i r o u n d s -: Campbell (Clarion); Folkcdahl E*Rlc Grove), and Hammerstroin (Burt) drew byes. McGraw Io\va Training) decisioned Galios (MASON CITY). H e a v y w e i g h t -Martin (Eagle Grove) threw Conklin ( A E g o u n ) . Lcake (MASON CITY); Puckctl (Iowa Training) drew- tiyes, ' Evans (Clarion) tlccialoncd Fuller (Iowa Falls). Cage Scores JUNIOR COLLEGJv MASON CITV 4-1 r Fort Docile UT. Emmetsburg 118; Sheldon ;ti. Northwestern (Orange City) 5'i; Esther- v i l t c i-l. 3Iar-iliftlUown 37; Hoone ^3. A l b l a Gl: Osceofa 2J» Cenlcrvillc r»8; Ciraccland (I.jinicni) 55. Easlt Grove 40; Ells^-ortli (Iowa I-'aUs) :ii. U u r H i i g l o n 33; ?Huscatinc S8. H I G H SCHOOL M A S O N CITY :i7; Fort DoJ^r- !l. U'^lerloo West y(i; Waterloo Ifesl 21. Charleji City 'J5-2(it Osa^e I l-ll. rrctlericksburs' :il-l!); Nashua Sii-:*, 1 !. Nnrttnrnnil fW; G a r n e r :;:i. Kmnpt!fbirrff 2S; Sheldon X'.'t. B u f f a l o Center I G ; ndmotnl I I . Swca, Cily 13, St. C'ccllia'.s (Alcona) l T^ike Mills 'M-^n; Torest Cily li)-rf, -S'ora Springs ^8-lfl; ^larble Rock ^H-1 f i n o d c l l ^7; K l e m m e ^o, Alt* Vts(a 23; Cotwetf (f. K u d d i'J-lj; nockfard JT-17. Orcharrt 34-12; O t r a n t o Jfl-W, Swea City ni: T i t o n k a 27. t.oncrock i'i-lti; Prcscntallon ( W h l t l e more) U-1ti» A l h i i 4h 0.-, ceo la 27. Hurlinj-ton 27; Falrfield 2(5. IVfuscatine 43; Fort Madison 31. Neu-lon ^7; Oskaloosa 1U. Mar5]ialltown 44; Bo one 19. ' Davenport 18; Clinton 7fi. Shenandoah 20; V i l l i s c a Jg. Mount- Pleasant 27; Ottumtva 21. Koo.se.velt (Cedar Rapids) ^7; Iowa City J8, ] f n n l i d f l l n ««; Anamosa, 2*. Kcnfcuk :U: iVaxhfnKlnti ly. D u b u q u e ^7; McKinley (Cedar Ra- V\t\s\ J K . I d a Grnvc 21; Sac Cily 2n. L'asl Sioux: City II7; Central Siour City J7. F r a n k l i n (Crdnr Rapids) 2!); Wilson ( O d a r Rapids) 2(3, C r d a r Falls ."a; Xnw f r a n i p l o n Ifl. COLT.EGK Crrishton H I : D r a k e ^H, I n h » f l » c M; JMr«OJ(s K J , S i m r i s n n I I ; ( f i w a \ V c 5 l c y a n ."I. Central :i - J; Tenn 2fi. S n u t h Ji.ikoM n: S l a t e Teaclters 3f. M n n n i o u l h HX\ COB SI. .Miffuslana -llj W f A l e r n (Jnion 3'J, N'phraaka .'0; illlasouri Ml. SI. OUT ,1G; Cnncnr^fa (Mnorheari) M. North Dakota Un[versi(y 20i North Da- koU S t a l e 28. Carlcton 38j Heloit 25. Jaysees Take Last Contest of Cage Care Perfect Record Set Up i Two-Year Competition by Trojan Squad. TROJANS END SEASON IIIASON C I T V -- I I Shots FG FT KTM PF 1-1 i.xnc r . .r... ir, K » z ·' i Usher I 17 I ·; :i ;| ] Sncll c . . . . . K II 41 | 1 llcrt Bra hum Sticckler t TOTALS . . . . M 17 111 III 1:1 FORT 11OUGK--37 Shits FG FT F'J'M PI' S p i n h a r n e y f K 1 \) ti o Olson . . .. . Mcsserly j . I Todd f ..... '.' Donahoc g .. H TOTALS . . . . W i U Score by quarters: MASON CITY ......... j i FORT DOI1GE ... ..... .Kefcree: Vic Young (Oes Orchard High Takes Otranto Cage Scrap O R C H A R D -- Orchard high school's cagers defeated Otranto, 34 to 19 and 42 to 32 in a varsity- reserve doubleheader Thursday night. Lock led Orchard with 15 points, while Nelson caged 10 to lop Otranto. Francis of Orchard and Carberry n£ Otranlo were also outstanding. LANE TJSIIER By AL MITCHELL Globe-Gazette Sports Editor Fifteen ball games, with fou iosses, two of them to the saim :eam and one of those a high scoring overtime contest--that's in the record .book that Mason Citj junior college closed Friday nigh with a 44 to 37 victory over ; stubborn Fort Dodge team. Ant that's the record the Trojans wil .ake to the state junior college tournament at Marshalltown nex week--with the added note tha there hasn't been a junior collcg outfit in this sector to beat them The Trojans didn't look like t a t e championship contender during parts of their ball gam Friday, night,' because Vic Young an expert whistle tooter, was seein everything, and both ball club Irew jittery as the personal fou ist mounted higher. Fot Dodge vas charged with 19 violations Mason City with 13. Gale Lane, who had 18 points vhen the battle was ended, for the coring lead, got into the argument hot and heavy with Bill Todd, Panther guard, and the lit- le fellows played duckpins with each other all the rest of the eve- ling. There were plenty of other angles, too--enough .so that three slayers went to the bench or 'ouls »;nd four others collected Irree each. It was largely due to Lane that he Trojans grabbed a lead oC 1] o 5 at the first quarter, but Todc nd Hollis Evans put Fort Dodge iack into the ball game at the lair, when Mason City led by 2C o 16. The score had been tied al 6-16, and at 12-12. Lee Usher opened up to push lie home boys in front at the hird rest period, caging three oals to help himself along to a otal of 15 points for the night, nd Mason City was out in front iy 33 to 24. The Trojan attack ogged again for part of the fourth icriod, but Paul Braham came nto the gaine to liven things with pair ot sweeping pivot shots, nd the Fort Dodge threat died early, with the Mohawks ahead by 44 to 37 at the end. Lincoln Cagers Win in Northside Scrap .IU.SIOK H I G H L E A G U E IV. L. Tel ·Mnnrnc ............. ...... K 1 .HST Lincoln ....... . ..... ...... Tt .t , ,1'i!l Roosevelt . . . . ....... ...... 1 ~ t ' ,|(jti Lincoln junior high school's basketball team defeated Monroe's league leading eighth grade outfit 13 to 8, for the Northsiders' first loss this season, Thursday, leading all the way. Lincoln was more fortunate at the basket in a hard game. THE BOX SCORE LINCOLN'-- 1:1 iMONnoi:-- s Veta I .arse n K l e i n Klrsch I'| :! I I l l O u l i n a i i I It -[.Sreberjcer (1 I l i i n o n l n n l o -i.irvsnn 1 1 l | S h i p I c y .1 it ft D :i II I II ^ Srnrn at l i a l f : U n c n l n li; i Lonerock High Takes One Test, Loses One LONEROCK -- Lonerock high schooi split two basketball games with Presentation of Whittemore here, taking the first team contest, 42 to 14, while the reserves lost 12 to 10. Eagle Grove Winner in Jaysee Cage Game IOWA FALLS, (/P)--The Eagle Grove j u n i o r college basketball team defeated the Ellsworth juniors 40 to 35 hero Friday night. BE. GAZETTE JIM SIGNS TO BATTLE JOE RING SCRAP SET FOR CHICAGO AS CROWN GOES UP Madison Square Garden Se to Make Fight Over Old Contract for Max. By STEVE SNIDER United Press' Sfarr Corrcspondon CHICAGO, (UP)--Heavyweigh Champion James j. Braddock ha come out of retirement and signec a contract to defend his till against shuffling Joe Louis fo half a million dollars and half o all profits resulting Jrom radii and motion picture rights. It was the largest flat guarantci ever offered a prizefighter for a single match. If the 15-round bout draws more than $1,000,000 into Comiskej park the night of June 22, Braddock's share .will mount ever higher, since he retained the privi BAER'S GOOD TOO CHICAGO, (PU)--Max Baer stopped off long enough Friday to name Max Baer as one of the next heavyweight boxing champions. "Joe Louis probably can lick ,Jim Braddock and then I'll take care- of Joe," the former playboy champion said. lege of scooping up half the ne receipts. Louis will receive th customary challenger's share o. 17 Vb per cent of the gate, radio and movie rights. The fighters and their managers signed Friday and sat back to await the legal action threatenec by Madison Square Garden, whicl already holds a contract will Braddock to make his first title defense at New York June against Max Schmeling of Go many. . . GARDEN READY TO FIGHT FOR CONTRACT NEW YORK, (UP)--Madison Square Garden, which holds contract with heavyweight champion James J. Braddock for promotion of his first title defense s "ready to go to court if necessary" in an effort to prevent Braddock from risking his crown against Joe Louis in Chicago. Upon learning that the champion signed for the Chicago match, ;arden President John Reed Kilpatrick said the garden "was just old fashioned enough to feel a contract is a contract." Hansell Gets Double Trial School Holds Two Out of Four Places in Top Tourney Games. FRANKLIN COUNTY MEET At Sheffield. F R I D A Y - G A M E S Second Round. Gil-Is-Hansell -IS; Chapin ?-. Alcx.imTcr 211; Sheffield :.'». H a m p l o i i . 1 1 : Geneva - I . Hansell i7i S h e f f i e l d 21. LITTLE NINE TOURNEY At Remviclc. F R I D A Y GAMr.S F i r s t Roinnt. M u i n h n h U a.-,, K e n w i c k 3rt. t.i\-rrniorc :i!l; Coru-itti l», Golclficlrf .'17; HTM ncnrt M. L n v c r n e :lli; Do[Ic 11. S H E F F I E L D -- H a n s e l l high clinol held two of the four places n the Franklin county basketball ournaments championship games fter winning in both boys' and iris' divisions of the tournament n Friday night. Hansell's girls were to meet Alxander, while the boys played tampion, to decide the countv ties. ITTLE NINE TEAMS N ANNUAL BATTLE GOLDFIELD--The Litlle Nine ournamcnt drew to a close Sal- rday, after Humbolclt and Livermore, with 'Goldfield and Lu- ei-ne, won first round games to et to the semifinal pairing. aoodell Keeps Clear Slate in Conference GOODELL--Goodell kept its even Eagle conference record 'Hhout defeat for the season, with le title clinched, by defeating Clemrne, 27 to 25, Friday night, ennis led the home team, while Caduce topped Klemme. 5wea City Wins Test With Algona Academy ALGONA--Swea City's coimly lampions defeated St. Cecilia's of Igoiia, '!.1 lo 12, in a one-sided nslcetball game here Friday night, ad ing 2(1 lo 5 nt the half. Krumm td the champions with 17 points. Swaledale Wins Tourney Game Above is picturefl a swarm for tlic ball durine the Swalcclalc- nicscrvey game, won by Swaledale 22 to 10 at Thornton in a Ccrro Gordo county tournament game Friday. Lufl to right arc Polsdor- fcr of Swaledale, 1'ais of Mcscrvcy, Tracy of Swalctlalc, Finncffan ol Swaleflaic ami a IMcscrvey eager rusliing- in for the ball, (rholo by Lock, Kaycnay EnpraviiiR) Four Fives Stay in Race for Cerro Gordo Laurel County Meet ^Vinds Up on* Saturday at Thornton High Gymnasium. By DAVE KAUFMAN (Staff Representative) THORNTON--Rock Falls, Ventura, Plymouth and Swaledale remained in the race for the first Cerro Gordo county basketball title of several years Saturday, as first round play in the tournament being conducted here was completed. Because three of the four Friday games were one-sided there little upon which to base a prediction for the 1937 champion, is eacli of the winners came through in.impressive fashion. In the only fairly close game of. the first session Plymouth rallied strongly after (railing 18 to 15 at the half, to down the Little Mo- lawks of Mason City 31 to 22. jloyd Woodhouse, Plymouth piv- otmaii, gave the Mason Cityans a ·cat scare by sinking three in a ·ow as the game began, and the miniature M o Ii a w k s retaliated vith a scoring campaign which ;nve them a bare 11 to JO lead at he quarter ami 18 to 15 at the lalf. Attack Collapses. Mason City's attack collapsed in he second half while the Ply- nouth offense gained momentum ind the Plymouth five led 27 o 20 at the three-quarter mark. ?he entire grcen-shirtcd quintet ook part in the scoring while Wax Major's short goal was the only Mohawk tally. Major again cored Mason City's reserves' rnily goal in the final quarter as lymouth jaunted ahead to a 34 o 22 victory. In the opening game of the at- ernoon session John Wilkinson paced Rock Falls lo a 25 lo 11 vtc- pry over Clear Lake's reserves, inking six ficldgoals and a pair if charity shots before being msted from the game on fouls. It vas a listless same as the 'Falls cam led nil the way, but there vas a touch of humor when Wil- inson played a few minutes be- ore the officials put him out of he game when they learned iie iad four fouls. Swalcdaic Winner. Swaledale methodically punched lit a 22 to 10 victory over Mcser- ·ey, leading 8 to 2 at the quarter, 4 to 4 at the half. and 18 to 5 at lie three-quarter m a r k . D o n Vard, Swaledale forward who cored 12 points before leaving the "ame on personals, was the Win- ers' hot-shot. Meservcy was no nalch for the slronger Swaledale quad. Ventura, hesitating (o use ils ·arsity team u n t i l the t h i r d quar- cr, won from Die home tram an it eked Thornton 30 lo 12 in (lie inals. Scoring for the w i n n i n g quad was evenly divided and here was little cloubl. as to the utcomc of the game from the tart. Ventura led 6 lo 4 at the uarter, 16 to 6 at the half and 0 to fl when three quarters were P. Tournament Boxscores THORNTON-- 12 | VEN-1'UKA--311 tf It pf, fg K. Alili-u [ ·· n i j c o y i e r r 3 M l k k t l s o i i f II I H1N'. Dorrow f !·'. Aided f n l I f i V I i l l i a u s f G. N i e l s e n f I l O I G r e l l r Ingcbrctsoii c I u .'tJKou-cn f I. Nielsen r I || 1 1 Linen-caver ' II. Lonp K || o ;.[].;. rjorrou- 0 I I) i. Loilf s II u {||c. Stiles E II 0 ~II.lll.-lU p ^ 1 ) A n d e r s o n c II I) .1. Stiles ^ u TOTALS r, u KITOTAI.S R u n n i n g score by quarters- VENTURA u m THOltNTON l ii Free throws missed: I'lionilon 7: Ventura o. F i n n c f r n n t i-:stci f I'Dlsdurlcr ( r--·-",' IMESERYBV--ici is li tit; - is rt II 0 t j G r o c i i t I] [I 1 II U S| G:\cl7.ke r II I I II I!|Ilooks t II ci ii '4 1|M. l-als e :: 2 ii -iiniiih E :: it i llocscp (r C t m r i n £ McAltloy - TOTALS Illumine- II II '· I II II II I)| l rt :tj l 0 llj -- 1 Ml rj l l i | T O T A I . S score by q u a r t e r . , : H e r m a n g: n II .1 A. I'als . MKSICUVI'.V ^ .( Tree tfiroivs infsscrf: S u a l c d a t c rvc)' 13, II II [I LITTLi; M ' A ' K S -- 'S|PI,vatOUriI-- :tl , , Majo t Stoeckcr Clouse K Krbbino [ Leins jf Anderson TOTALS rt tr| ^ n |||| c]m f n u i ] | n u e l f a || ( I j R c j a b f t I .||I,. W'linusc n 11 niciichock E ^ (1 S t T t e y n o l d s c ·· i ;i|.j. Whonie U u [Ij it P f , .. '.. n ii ;i tl I (1 I 17 2 10 X IIIJTOTAI.S .. score by q u a r t e r s : LITTLE M O H A W K S . 1 1 I S I'LV.KOt/TH . 10 13 Free Ilirmv* missed: L i t t l e S: P l y m o u t h 111. C. L. RCS'VF.S -- II I K O C I C FALLS-- "3 Mora Springs Cagers Win at League Scrap MARBLE ROCK--Nora Springs ook a Twin River conference rune from Marble Roclc Friday ighl, 3ft to 28, as Maupin and 'ainc led (he visitors, while Gates nd llcnclrickson starred for the ome boys. Tim local reserves also lost, Ifi 11. 1 i s l l e r t .SicvscKTr f I'alnir.lcr f Conistnck c Coyier K .Mllllarky [ RaeOT) p r i l i l l i n t l c E 't " lf| I n l[K,l, : ,r f II n n|s. I h i n l n n t n ^ i M o l l a n i l f z n rt[ \v. D u n l o n l II llj l l n s l / c l l c I I l|ll'ilk[iisnn n II nt n I) n n li ·· I iirickscn i » [1 i l H TOTALS a i DITOTALS Ilunnlnp seorr by quarters: c. t.. Uf:Sp:revES ....... :i .·; i n HOCK FALLS . ........ fl I I 2'i ·-, Free t h r o w s missed: Clear Lake Reserves lit Rock Falls 8, R e f e r e e : Keller ( M i n n e s o t a ) ; Grant (Bucna Vista). Louis to Box Later in Des Moines Ring DES MOINES, (IP)--Managers o£ Joe Louis, Detroit Negro heavyweight championship challenger, informed Pinkie George, local promoter, that they will bring the Brown Bomber here for an exhibition late in March. Scheduled to appear here in a four round exhibition next Tuesday, Lnuis asked for a postponement because a sinus infection has weakened his condition. Rudd High Winner in Rockford Loop Scrap ROCKFOKD--Rudd high school clinched second place in the Twin River conference by beating Rockford, 22 to 17, Friday night, taking its tenth victory of the season against five losses. Roberts was high for Rudd with 10 points, and the entire loam played a good defensive same. The score at the h a l t slood at R lo R for Rudd. Rockford's reserves won 17 lo in. CLEANERS TEST PABST IN FINAL TOURNEY SCRAP Finalists of Las I Season to Meet Again Here in North Iowa Tilt. THEY'RE BACK AGAIN Ilrtmvvcr f Connelly c Hawk t I l n . M s v n l d Lordlc c n' [ -- :iv IKOSKUALE-- ;t 't " i't| t a n ^ I M u t e r s 7 a :( Powers I I II OJJoHnsnti ( 1 1 aiKordeen o ii o U j L a r E e n l K I ^ y j G a w t r y y I U U TOTALS Hi ii I l i T O T A I . S 7s~ Score at half: Marshall and S w i f t Ilosedalc I I . Free throws missed: Marshal! and Sum ·; Uoseilale 7. VAUST-- 11 IpUCKEK'S-- BE '5 U I'll If It nl « I) ^ICarroll ( 1 u l | G I I | ) l t i f n II C I J R h o U F. 1 o ll|r.ijicicnni " « J J S n c l l jr IJnrr K 2 n ^ j W o l t e f Coan E K 1 l| TOTALS si) i IITOTAI.S Score at lialf: Decker's :U Ilriinivotll f KO[ieirlEy f Mathtason f Christ'nscn c ^ I) I II ;! 1 X I -· · J i t Tree t h r o w s b s t 7. IMlttl II rmased: Decker's (i The same finalists who battled it out las* season went to the championship bracket of the North Iowa Independent basketball tournament here Friday night as Marshall and Swift won from Rosedale Creamery of Fort Dodge in Class A, while Pabst Blue Ribbon defeated Decker's lowanas in Class B. The class champions were to meet Saturday night in the title game. Pabst won from the Cleaners 45 to 44 last season in the championship battle. The Cleaners, far out in front o£ Roscdalc Friday night, with the score set at 30 to 21, nearly lost their ball game as the hottesl three minutes of the tournamcn 1 put Kosedale ahead by a point. From there on it was a ding-dong battle, with the Mason Cityans pulling out a 37 lo 3B victory. Pabst Blue Ribbon had to go two overtime periods to beat the fowanas 41 to 36, after coming from behind in the final quartet to tie the count at 36-36. The first overtime session failed to produce points. Farm Keglers Take Higher League Spot ALGONA--Completing another week's play in the Kossuth county g league at Algona, the House Rats continued in the lead by a margin of six games. The teams kept their respective places with last week's (ally with one exception, that the Farmers stepped to fourth notch, replacing .he Coffee Shop. The team standings are as follows: W. I.. P e l . Court House . . 'liiiiins im .. ^earless Five ·'lowers ·'arm CM -oflcc Shop .. ".uvcrnc tun Methodist Squad Is Danger to Columbia 1NDIANOLA, (ff)--The Simpon college basketball team hrcatencd Columbia's lead in .he Iowa conference after moving nto second place with a 44 to N victory over Iowa Wcslcyan icre Friday night. The Methodists lake over the cague leadership should the Du- inwks fall before Parsons. The vin was Simpson's tenth against hree losses, while Columbia has von eight while dropping two. Morthwood Wins Test With Conference Foe GARNER--North wood defeated Garner, 33 to 23, in a North Iowa conference basketball game Frilay night. Nelson and Hove pacing he Viking attack, while Denney ind Jacobson led Garner. The core WHS 18 tn I I at the h a l f . It was t h e last Garner contest m l i l Ihe Hancock county tounui- ncnl. Prep Hoopers Beat Hapless Dodger Squad High School Takes Scrap to Wind Up Season in Big Four League. HAPLESS DODGERS MASO.V C'lTV--SI Shnls I'd \ V a l l n r f f . n k n i K i i f 5 I c K r i i 7 . y t I l l t t f f n IT IT.M rr :t III T O T A L S TOUT DOIGK -- '. Shuts Ti truer f ... 2 'i'hoiui)-;nii I . I Jones f ..... 7 FG FT I'T.M rr Iticli c O n i i o c E O l l n f M n l t i c c M i l l s c TOTALS . . . . »(] .1 . Score by nuartcrs: MASON' CITV ronT IIOIIGK Hearer: Waller O f l l c e r GORMAN WALLACE FORT DODGE -- Mason City iiigh school cagers trounced Fort Dodge high's hapless quintet 37 to 9 here Friday night. The Dod- _;ers, with only one victory to their credit this season, the worst in Scarlet and Black history, were miserably ineffective against the Mohawks. They have had some bad nights this year but none quite so bad as Friday. Mason City had the ball most of the time, and the Scarlet and Black hoopsters couldn't do any- BIG FOUR STANDING W L Pet. . . 5 1 , .4 2 Waterloo AVest. IValcrloo East MASON CITY . . Fort Dodge .833 .667 .500 .000 FRIDAY RESULTS Waterloo East failed to hold a 20-noiiH lead in the last nc- riod to lose to Waterloo West, 2G to 24, in the title game, while Mason City was beating: Fort Dodfi-e, 37 fo fl. thing with the cowhide when 'they lad it. They got half as many shots as Coach J. A. "Judge" Grimslcy's boys and their batting ivcrage didn't begin to compare with the Mohawks,' Mason City piled up a 3 lo 2 ead in the opening period, and stretched this margin to ID to 5 nt half lime. Fort Dodge harvested only one point in the third period nnd did only a little better in the the visitors had in the lineup. four The inal when substitutes game was rough in spots, al- 'hough few fouls were called. Jack Wallace, who played a ;ood all-around game for Mason 3ity, suffered a badly cut hand vhen he ran headlong into the end wall .while chasing an over- ong pass from one of his mates. Toward Gorman, Mohawk center, oppcd the scorers with 11 points. Wallace, Everett Fletcher and .Vayne Wood also played fine ball or the winners. rredericksburg Has Edge in Nashua Test NASHUA--Fi-cdcficksburR de- 'eatcci Nashua 31 to 22 in a Friday light basketball game here, grabbing a 15 to 8 lead at the half, vhile Ball racked up 12 points for coring honors. The Nashua reserves won 25 to .9. Burt Indies Lose in Close Lonerock Tilt BURT--The Bint Independent Basketball team lost 34 to 33 to "lOnerock in a close contest here. CRESCO LEADER IN OWN SCRAPS FOR MAT HONOR North Iowa School Sends Nine Boys Into New Round of Match. CRESCO-- Cresco high school led nine entrants i n t o the semifinal and championship events Saturday in the northeast district wrestling tournament here, having nine boys Jeft foi- the closing- rounds a f t e r the preliminary bouts. Waterloo West, Osage and New Hampton each had five boys after the opening events, while Clinton had three, DLibuque and the Iowa School for blind had two each, and Lament and Davenport w e r e limited to one representative. Moritz of Waterloo West upset the dope by defeating McGce oC New Hampton in the 95 pound bouts, while Consette of Dubuquc provided another reversal of predictions when he beat Hanson of Cresco. " rttELIMlNARIES S-'i tin u tills -- Luumim (Osasc) dccisioned Waltz (New H a m p t o n ) . Kutllcr IWntcrlou E a s t ) : TiHllo (Cros- ct) ,-incl Dickc (Waterloo West) drew U.VCS. Hi p o u n d s -- f s c m i l i n a U ) Morlli (Waterloo West) dccisioned Mc- e (New H n m n l o n ) . r poitmls -- Krcsslcy (Waterloo East) threw Penny (Larnonl). Wilcos (Waterloo West) threw KicnasV I usage). RcutliiiGcr (Cicsco) threw Eacan (New Hampton). lnUm) Davcnporl) tlwcwr Winter II." pounds -- Viskocit lOsagc) U i r e w Jackson (Clinton f . Jensen (Waterloo West) threw Powell D n v o n p o t t J . Conzottc (Dubuque) ducisloncd Hanson Crcsco). Wilt; ox (Waterloo East) drew bve ~."i j m t i n i i s -- * Miller (New Hampton) decisioned Cast Osaj;e). Mocn (Cresco) threw Murray (Davenport). Lmdholm (Waterloo East) decisioned "nfc (Waterloo West), llt" p o u n d s -- «.? al \,T (I ? ei V Hni "P lo »l dccisioned GrLN f i t h (Waterloo East). Chehak ICreaco) decisioned. Fatter CUirnont). Michcls (Osage) dccisioned Trost (Davenport). Porter (WMcrlon Weal) dccisioned Bro- «err (Iowa Sctitaol Tor Blind], 115 p o u n d s -PI iser 1 Ncsv Hampton ) decisloncd Kurtz lOsage). Clasman ,, (Clinton) ...dccisioned'. Ccoc (Waterloo Enst). · - · ' Jfe^lanri down School foe BJfnd) dc- r cjsiauerf Child C M n i o n t ) M c C r I S h t . Jurevllz (Waterloo 'wSl" J ded5iOncd Lyman (Clinton) dccisEoncd (Iowa Schoot for Blind). Whalcn (New Hampton) decisioncd BOscampcr (Waterloo East). o pounds -Kobliska (New Hnmpton) threw Radc- mncEier (\Vatcrtoo East). Rnjcevich (Clinton) decisioned Went Lie (Waterloo East*. Culhcrt (Cresco) throw Mctcalf (Waterloo West). Porter ( V i n t o t l l drew bye Jr,n-yu-rJ^ht-- K u r t z lOsaRe) won refcrce\s decision. v c r l i t r e from Joincs (Waterloo \Vestl l I i J B B i i i s (Waterloo East); BrOfihammrr C-rescn). and Jotianntngmelcr COtibiiquej rcvv byes. lharles City Takes Two Basket Battles CHARLES CITY--Charles City :ook a twin bill from Osage high icre Friday night, the varsity winning 25 lo 14 and the reserves 2G lo 1C. Charles City led from tlie first period with Bonsall top- sing the attack on 13 points, while Drew and Seaton for Osage tallied four points each. THE BOX SCORE OSAGK--ii ICHAS. CITY--;.-: 'f « n'l ft ft rf nmj: f II I) 2[Orltn:in t .ashbront f n l, -Jin-niton f e c I t I l l l t u r i i i i c lon f l 2 l ! H o n s » l l f «· C S ll ^ l l l a m m i i n . i l n r r t · t I :[[ 2 I I n u 1 II 2 TOTALS Score ny .1 I I 3 I T O T A L S rin-irlcrs: Ill U I I A R M I S CMTV 1 II Tree t h r n u s m i s s e d : O.suse I; I C i l y T. U e f e r c c : S t . i r h e r k II. S. T. C.), Emmetsburg Fives in Wins at Sheldon Game E M METSBURG--Emmetsburg unior college pushed over Sheldon, 38 to 34, in a Hawkeye con- 'erencr; game, as Firkins led the 'hooting with 12 points. Houlihan vas high for Sheldon with nine. Emmetsburg high school beat Sheldon in a Lakes conference game, 29 to 23, as Beatty rolled in G points, and Harris had nine for Sheldon. D atty Berg Wins in Florida Golf Scrap PALM BEACH, Fla., (UP) -3 atty Berg, 18 year old Minneapo- is golfing star, Friday scored a 4 nd 3 victory over Helen DetU veiler, Washington, in the fnals of he Palm Beach women's cham- Honship. AIJUA UNBEATEN ALBIA, (/p)_The Albia junior otlege basketball team today had ompleled ils Southern Iowa con- erence season undefeated, foliow- Ig its fil to 22 victory over OSL-C- In here Friday night. RADIO TYDQL-VEEDQl KGLO--Mason City 9:00 to 9:05 p. m. Every Night--News Broadcast WCCO--Minneapolis Between 6:00 and 10:15 Every Night--Spot Shots Sponsored by HIGHWAY OIL CO. ON THE SQUARE FOR 1 5 Y E A R S and TYDOL-VEEDOL DISTRIBUTORS

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