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Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, February 20, 1937
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^^BsM£t^«jte«£,a-_3! TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 20 · 1937 STEELE KEEPS MIDDLE HONOR Smashes Way Through Ring Lesson for Risko in New York Bout. NEW YORK, (UP) -- Brawn- haired Freddie Steele of Tacoma, Wash., retained his middleweight title by scoring a smashing' 15- round decision victory over Eddie /"Babe" Hisko o£ Syracuse, the former champion, in Madison Square Garden. The young veteran from the Pa- cilic northwest won the unanimous decision of Referee Artie Donovan and [wo judges as he scored his thh-d straight victory over the former bellhop and gob from w h o m - h e won the title last July. The crowd, only 11,665 and far smaller, than those which saw these men clash twice before in Seattle, was disappointed at the champion's first New York ap- pe'arance. For brown-haired Freddie, who started his professional ring career at the age of 15, did nothing more than give the stocky challenger a fine boxing lesson. Only once--in the sixth round- did the champion's vaunted right which had cut down 21 of his pre- · vious opponents, flash home. It staggered the Babe momentarily, but it came almost at the bell and Steele couldn't follow up. South Dakota Beats Iowa Teacher Team VERMILLION, S. Dak., (UP)-South Dakota university strengthened its hold on fourth place in the north central conference Fri- .day night by soundly walloping Iowa State Teachers college, 44 to Three Pros Top Card at Southern Tourney THOMASVILLE, Ga., , (UP)-Dick Metz, Chicago; Henry .Picard, Hershey, Pa., and Harry Cooper, Chicago, each clipped' three strokes off par 72 Friday lo lead the field in the first round of the 33,000 Thomasvilie open golf tournament. . A quartet of pros -- H e r m a n Ban-on, White Plains, N. Y., Johnny Revblta, Chicago, Leonard Dodson,. Springfield, .Mo., and Jimmy Thompson--were two under par with 70's. Shooting 71 were Jim Fogerty, Boston, Mass., and Tony Manero, national open champion. . Bowling ·V H 30. Maynard Ingalls, Coyote sophomore forward, c o n t i n u e d h i s heavy scoring as he paced the winners with 22 points. Ingalls has scored 67 points in the las three conference encounters. Curtis, center, tallied nine points for the Feds. The Coyotes started out slowly and led only 19 to 18 at the half. Entry Blanks Mailed for Midwest Contest MT. 'VERNON, (#·) -- E n t r y blanks for the Midwest A. A. U. wrestling tournament at Cornel! · college here March 12 and 13 were in the mails Saturday, j Dick Barker, tournament man- 1 , ager, has extended .invitations to all amateur matmen in Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota and North Dakota. CITY LEAr.UK SCHE1JUI.K M o n d a y . Atleys 1-2--Decker's r i a n t vs. I l e r m a l l M i n D a i r y . .'-I--Maple Inn v*. Tyler-Ryan Furniture. K-C--Decker's O f f i c e vs. Gulden GIoiv. 7-*-- Steward's v«,. Old Timers. Tuesday. A l l e y s 1-2--Moose Lodre vs. S t o d d a r d ' s . 3-1--Collate Grill-Blue Illbbim MS. Old Timers. 5-G--Kozy Korner vs. Hugh Davey and Son. 7-8--Open. T E A M STANDINGS t llueh Davey and Son 6!) 50 19 .'23 2 Kozy Korner v .. fiU 42 27 ,UOy .'1 moose Lodffe eg 40 »ij 5^1) 4 T y l e r . R y a n F u r n i t u r e 6!1 :10 33 .522 5 Decker's O f f i c e 69 3r 31 .507 I . G n l d e n Clow gg 34 35 .joy 7 Maple Inn R£9 31 33 .493 8 O o l l a j e Grill-Blue IHbbon . fi9 no w .435 9 O l d Timers CG 25 3S ,421 10 llermanson Dairy Oil 2y 40 .1^0 11 Sfoddard's (50 27 3f 1~ Decker's Plant . fiQ '-'G 43 .377 DUTCH WIN. .OSKALOOSA, OT--After trailing nearly the entire game, the Central college basketball team overtook Penn in the last minute of play and then went on to defeat the conference cellar dwellers 32 to 28 in an overtime Iowa conference game here Friday night. AUGIES TON LEMARS, /P)--Augustana col lege of Sioux Falls, S. Dak., led all the way in defeating'Western STANOLIND HAS EVENING HONORS Soco. Bowlers Get 1,903 to Aid in Three-Game Win at League Games. Slanolind's tliree-game victory and 1,903 high series headed the high lights o f . the Standard Oil bowling league games Friday night, while Polarine got a share of the honors with a 691 high single. Payne's high single, 220 pins, and Youngerman's 577 series were the best individual efforts. ItED CHOWN~ Players-- 1st 2nd stnl Total Av. J. P a s t e r n a k ... t-Jl IV, I I I 4:17 l l n W. Werner 123 131 121 ',\ir t ]25 C. H o l l a n d .' !;/ 138 I tx 4fi,% i.-,a Actu.1l I'lns .. .YVI .171 Mo J5ii7 H a n d i c a p , 18 TOTAL TINS r i a y e r s -- K.ilhrealh . G r I J f i t h . . . Doe .... L. Conuor5 Stilwcll ... STA.VOLI.N'O 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av. 131 III! 115 133 123 507 111) Ili* 13(1 123 163 Actual Tins .. 310 637 COO H a n d i c a p .... TOTAL PINS .. ATLAS TltlES 1st 2nd lird Total Av. 436 142 401 1B1 ;i3(! 130 ou7 1BH J'luyers-- Vouns 1|(I ,,,, li; , Welsh 173 08 12« Doe 130 130 130 1'ayn t ] 35 220 202 A c t u a l Pins H a n d i c a p TOTAL TINS Player. 1 :-- ' N'ollcrickc . uofi Gi[» 58,'J 1774 . 1st 2nd 3rd Total AT. 183 to!l 1C.1 CIS 171 Union 42 night. to 32 here Friday DUBS TON ONE DUBUQUE, (#)_The Dubuque university basketball team spurted in the final two minutes to Jefeat Parsons 3B to 31 in an bwa conference game here Friday night. Gold and silver medals will be awarded the winner and runnerup In each of the nine weight classes from 112 pounds to heavyweight. Northwestern Gets Jaysee League.Top ORANGE CITY --The rangy Northwestern junior college cag- ers clinched first place in the Northwest conference here Friday afternoon by defeating Estherville, 52 to 24,, in a day-time . game . played so as not to interfere with the Sioux county tournament. Northwestern led at halftime 22 to 12. The Kraai brothers led the, scoring with 28 points. Knutson, Estherville, guard, collected IS points. Kossuth Champs Win in Close Court Game TITQNKA--Swea City's Kossuth county champions defeated Titonka 31 to 27 as the local high -school put up a strong defense against the fast visitors in a basketball game. Schuler and Krumm, with 11 to 10 points, led the winners, while French was a consistent scorer for Titonka with 10 counters. BADGERS WIN. MADISON, Wis., (UP)--Uni- ·ersity of Wisconsin boxers hammered their way to a convincing te io IV, victory over North Dakota university here an the first intercollegiate match of the 1937 Sn-cnson 133 100 119 414 "ardy 14.-; i4 U uo 4r , s Lamm .- JC6 1GO 101 517 Actual TJns .. C3t 508 038 1807 TOTAL TINS .. Tsar STAN'OLKX F U E L f l a y e r s -- ls( 2nd 3rd Tolal ·Vcu no ||,-, 140 4 0 o Wcbcr S3 141 13H :170 ISureess 132 137 1411 40!l Youngerman ... istt 201 177 ;177 Actual Tins , - 570 5D7 595 17r;2 Handicap . . . . 75 TOTAL PI.VS 138 13 1 172 . . ISO-VIS 1,1 ; n ...... . land . . . . . . . . . us t i j i M Amlcrirm ...... 118 137 13:! Gamble ... ..... ]c;o 17:5 m To(a[ 408 Mn 108 A c t u a l Pins .. 05U Hand/cap . . . . TOTAL PINS .. 573 COl season. IOWA WINS. CHICAGO, 111., (UP)--Taking seven of 10 events Iowa's track team whipped Chicago's Maroons 61 to 25 in a dual meet at the university field house Friday. GIRLS BATTLE. DES MOINES, 0P)--The Kansas City Centers, who have lost only one game this season, will oppose the American Institute of Business in a girls' basketball game here Sunday. , TIGERS WIN. MARSHALLTOWN, (/P)_A big second half gave the Marshalltown Junior college basketball team a 37 to 23 victory over the Boone Juniors here Friday ni=ht Boone held a 11 to 10 advantage at the half. Lake Mills Gets Win in Forest City Game LAKE MILLS--Lake Mills defeated Forest City 24 to 19 in a North Iowa conference basketball game Friday night, in spite of a 14 point total rung up by Indvick £"' , th ?- India ns- Bredeson paced the Lakers with nine points. The local reserves won 20 to 6.. Diamond Bread Drops 51 -33 Game at Algona . Diamond Bread lost a 51 to 33 game to the Algona Boosters at Algona Thursday night after trailing 21 to 17 at the half. Irving Nelson, former Spencer Merchants eager, starred for the Boosters and scored 17 points while Lyle Humphrey led Jlic Mason City club with 10 points. Coe Loses First of Tests on Road Trip MONMOUTH, 111., (UP)--Mori- mouth college basketball team defeated Coe college of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, iFriday night, 38 to 32, after a hard fought struggle during wKich the lead changed hands five times. · , · Coe led 16 to 15 at half time. Rowan Declam Winners Named After Contest ROWAN -- The home declamatory contest was held Wednesday evening in the school auditorium. In oratorical, Fred Kercheval won first, Merle Lindsey, second; in dramatic, Dan Whittcn won first, Katharine Reitz, second; in humorous, Rutli Conn won first, Donald Azeltinc, second. T h e judges were Miss Neppur, Mr. Johnson and Mr. Gillette of Belmond. Seek Membership Increase. BURT--The Burt Conservation League will hold a rally and oyster supper Monday evening. Joe Love and L. M. Merritt, Algona, and Dr. J. F. Colby, Forest City, will make talks. The Burt chapter is making a drive to increase its membership from 140 to 500 Cyclone Wrestlers Blank Mizoo Squad AMES, (UP)--Iowa State college wrestlers Saturday became a serious threat for Big Six honors after blanking Missouri, 32 to 0. The Cyclones took four falls and four decisions to sweep every event. Hahn, 175 pounder, wrestled the feature bout, pinning Brown of Missouri in 55 seconds with a key lock. Drake Cagers Beaten to Lose Crown Hopes OMAHA, (/P) -- Drake university's hopes of retaining a share of the Missouri Valley basketball championship were nearly shattered Saturday Mowing the Bulldogs' 34 to 28 defeat by Creighton here Friday night. The two teams now share second place with six wins and three defeats each, while Hie Oklahoma Aggies have dropped but one out of eight conference battles. Buffalo Center Wins in Belmond Contests BELMOND -- Buffalo Center high school, undefeated leader of the North Iowa,conference, edged out Belmond, 16 to 14. in a Friday night basketball game, the last contest here this season. Kopp's nine points helppd the Bison to their victory, while Peterson collected six for Belmond. Thc Rowan Independents defeated Belmond's Independents 28 to 26. RECORD CLEAR BURLINGTON, (VP)--The Burlington junior college basketball team's two year record of no defeats on its home court remained intact Saturday following a 32 to 28 victory over the Muscatinc juniors here Friday. DEAR. NOAH=IF THE CHICKEN IS A GOt-D- DIGGE.R-, WOULD YOU CAUL HE.R. A GUINEA FOWt_ ? DOAHrt ADCUOTTe. TUUI.RHQMA.. TEHrJ ci_Arvv DEAR. CHOWDER. SOUP ? CHARGES OOHNSOH 3AN DlCfeo, CAlilK DETAfi. NOfeHTMCo^ YOU CATCH A HOJ-E IN HOSE. WHN IT'S JgUNNINfe 7 11T, MICH. Aha Vista High Has Win in League Test ALTA VISTA--Alta Vista high school's basketball team defeated Colwell, 22 to 6, in a Wapsie-Cedar conference game Friday night. Webb's defense and Joachim's 8 points for the local scoring lead were high spots. Drake Adds Cyclones to Beaten Opponents DES MOINES, (UP) _ Drake university of the Missouri valley conference Frid;iy night added a second Big Six Irnck team to Us list of victims by detecting Iowa Slate college in a dual meet, 09 ,*. 34i/i. Drake men set new meet records in the broad jump, one and two mile runs. Iowa State garnered its points chiefly in the mile relay and pole vault. Cedar Falls Quintet Beats New Hampton NEW .HAMPTON--Cedar Falls high fehool defeated New Hampton at Cedar Falls Friday night 53 to 18. The crippled Chickasaws pln.yed their first game in three years w i t h o u t thc services of the Carney brothers, Gerald and Harry. WORLD NEWS IN PICTURES Dad Fights Judge's Date O. K. Direction Finder for Amelia's World Flight Amelia Earhart Is paying strict attention to direction finder, which is to be i: rwin, Australia. .( Cntral Prn) Police Cut Chained Sit-Downers Stay Short Magistrate Hudich, in Brooklyn, N. V., court, affirmed the right of Marjone Muntyou, 19 (above), to smoke cigarettes, raee t her boy friends outside the homo, and keep reasonably late hours. She had summoned her father to court, charging his "interference with her life constituted disorderly conduct." The court upheld her. The father, Joseph Muntyou 45, will fight the decision, he says. (Central Press) Hawaii Greets a Dollar Bride B thP f,,rn '" ° ^T*' ^ Y " a P al ' traent house - thcsc employes chained themaelvcs to th« loose Tie TM ^v " ^ , 0 ? m ^ then thrcw away thc ke y- Police shortened their stay by cutting them loose - i i e - u p s m various hotels and apartments in Neiv. York ara threatened by members of the Building service Employees Union unless their demands for increased salaries and shorter hour ? _are met. Net Values Her Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hickinbotham arc shown on their arrival in Honolulu on their honeymoon. The bride is the former Diana Dollar, heiress to the Dollar shipping millions. (Central Press} Arraigned as Poisoner at $5600,000 Ellis (Sugar Pops) Solet, described as the business manager of the ·Washington, D. C., numbers racket, was arrested when United States marshals raided the "counting ..,,, u , ,, r. _n * r, , · house" of the syndicate in the na-' B r ?,tnl FnllPr.^, AT ' ^^oalh Mass., left), ia suing Edgar G tional capital. Thousands of dollars Brlst01 ' ·' o^boro. Mass., philanthropist, shown above, for $600 000 r?»TM daily is said to have been the num- % e *''= har 6'ng violation of contract, deceit, and seduction. Mri -RanSL", 50 years old, is a lecturer on "How Women Can Keep Eternally YOTOC"! h ers game take. The Philippine President and Family Putting a cifjai-ctte as nonchalantly as if she were a witness instead ol th» defendant, Mrs. Cora Howe, of BinRhamton, N. Y., is shown as she was : ^ f o r th( , p 0 ; son .death of her husband. Authorities say Mrs. . . s Howe admitted putting poison in Howe's tea when she could no ionjrer endure his cruel treatment. *· . «. . , , - « . · - » ,, f * ". 1 Manuel Quezon, with his two daughters, Harm Aurora (left) and Maria Zeneida, are shown a* could no iontrcr "-"t^m. J M A J I U K I ^uc^uii, wim mn nvw iKiu^i^cj.i, .inn.m j-i-wiui^ ^,cLi.y »nu juHna Acneifla. ar« shown i* · (Central Preii) y Rl '" ve( ! at Los Angeles, Cal., on route to Washington where the Philippine leader will Ukn part in A hii · i tory-making conference on the military and trade relations between the Islands and the United Slates. ' a^^ '~""~

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