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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. FEBRUARY 23 · 1937 -- ir^owix QJ.J.X vjjuuja^-UA^JtUTTJBj, J .B.KU AKXJEB Bi 1U37 NINE Y CAGE TEAMS PLAY LEAGUE CONTESTS Girls Tussle in Cage Tilts North Central Iowa High Schools Concentrate in Two Meets. SECTIONAL, SCHEDULES At Thompson. WEDNESDAY GAMES ·5:00--Crystal Late vs. Wesley. 8:10--Grant Township vs. Ledyard. 0:iO--Manly vs. Thompson. THURSDAY GAMES ":30--Crystal Lake or Wesley vs. kola. 8:15--Lelanrt vs. Plymouth. FRIDAY GAMKS · ::!»--Upper Kracfcet . s e m i f i n a l . !:im--I.tnver n r a c k e l s e m i f i n a l . -SA7 IIIEDAV fiA.UES IT:;»--Consolation. 5 : l , i -- C h a m p i o n s h i p . A t J . a l l m r r . T H U R S D A Y G A M E S . «:,TM--flows vs. Topejoy. 4:11)--rioytl vs. S h e f f i e l d . S;.10--Chapiu vs. Nora Stirinrs. Ill:0ft-Alexandcr vs. L a l l m e r . F R I D A Y G A M K S I:SW--Rock Falls vs. R o w a n . 2:10--Second Round. SATURDAY G A M E S ·J:X»--Semifinals. 1":!iO--Consolation. t:DO--Championship. LOBE-GAZETTE Johawks Play Northside for Local Catholic Title North. Iowa girls' basketball teams, each with an eye on the stale title won by the Centerville Redettes last season and the year before, will start their series of sectional tournament battles this week in five centers, with most of the squads from the north central sector of the stale concentrated at Thompson and Latimer. Hansell high s c h o o l , third place winner in the state games last season, will defend its honors In the Latimer tournament, drawing a bye in the opening round, with Hampton and Geneva. The Latimer tournament will open Thursday, and will be managed by J. B. "Ted" Hungerford, while J. E. Hodges gf Jesup will officiate. THOMPSON EARLY Thompson's tournament will get underway with a 3-game program Wednesday evening, the meet to be concluded on Saturday night. Crystal Lake and Wesley meet in the first game, with Lakota, Leland and Plymouth also in the upper bracket. Grant Township, Ledyard, Manly and Thompson are the lower bracket teams. Alexander, L a t i m e r , Dows, Popejoy, Floyd, Sheffield and Hampton are upper bracket teams at Latimer, while Chapin, Nora Springs, Rock Falls, Rowan, Geneva and Hansell are in the lower bracket. At Eldora, Ackley, Radcliffe, 'ApJington, Union, Finchford Consolidated of. Janesville, Williams ( and New, Providence are upp'er , bracket; entrants, while .Alden, Steamboat" Kbck, Eldora, Wellsburg, Hubbard and Owasa are lower bracket entrants. Wellsburg was a finals contestant in 1936. HEATHERMAN OFFICIAL, Casey Heathman ot Plover will referee at Eldora, while Supt. F. S. Schmidt is tournament manager. At Postville, Calmar, Little Cedar, Clermont, Monona, Fredericksburg, Postville, Hawkeye and Waterville are upper bracket teams. In the lower pairings are Chester, Mclntire, Fort Atkinson, Ossian, Harper's Ferry, Ridgeway and Lansing. Vernon Schroeder- mcier of. Hampton will referee, while Supt. H. J. Carroll is manager. Supt. G. L. Sanders o£ Plover announced that Bradgate, Ruthven, Curlew, Silver Lake township, Gilmorn City and Mallard would be upper bracket teams at his tournament. Des Moines township, Dickens, Havelock and Plover are in the lower bracket, and M. M. Rogers o£ 'Lytton will referee. HUMBOLDT CHAMPION OF LITTLE NINE TOURNEY I,lTTr,E NINE MEET Al Rcmvlck. K1NAI. R O U N D C o n s o l a t i o n . l . f r e r m o r c t:{; Luvernc :!(. '. Championship. I l i i m b t i l i l l |.; Goldllclfl '-!». GOLDFIELD--Humboldt high school, champion of Humboldt county, d e f e a t e d Goldfield, Wright county titleholder, 45 to 20, to win the Little Nine tournament at Renwick. GRID WORKOUT ON FOR HAWKS Iowa Squad Gets Lectures Before Going Out for Spring Sessions. IOWA CITY, (/P)_Approximately 50 University of Iowa footbal candidates resumed spring practice under the tutelage of Irl Tubbs new Hawkeye coach, Tuesdaj after an extended session on fundamentals in the field house. Tubbs, who held a secret lecture before sending the players through their paces for the first time this year, announced that he will hole practice on Monday, Tuesday anc Thursday. Daily drill may be inaugurated when the players are able to work outdoors. The squad which reported foi the first spring practice included 10 of 16 available letter men. They were Capt. Homer. Harris, and Bob Lannan, ends; Fred Lindenmeyer, tackle; Shipley Farroh and Frank Gallagher, guards; Dick Anderson center; Bush Lamb, Al Schenk Jack Eicherly, and Glen Olson, backs. Pat Boland, head line coach and Tubbs' first assistant, was expected here Tuesday. He was snowbound at Albert Lea, Minn., while en- route from Duluth. Presentation Wins m Bancroft Scrap WH1TTEMORE -- Presentation academy varsity cagers won from Bancroft 27 to 16 Monday night after trailing 10 to 9 at the half and the reserves lost to the Bancroft second team 13 to 6. Melvin Elbert scored 12 points lor Whittemore, Ditworth eight for Bancroft. In the reserve game Bancroft led 2 to 0 at the half. Eich- cnberger scored six points for Bancroft, Robert Gengler three for Presentation's seconds. It was the last game of the season for the Whittemore varsity. HUNK SAYS HE WON'T TINKER Decides Not to Experiment With Michigan System in New Coaching Post. A N N A R B O R , Mich., (fi'-- Heartly (Hunk) Anderson, Notre Dame's first contribution to the University of Michigan's football coaching staff, set speculation at rest with the flat statement that "I'm not here to tinker with the Michigan system." "That isn't my business," he continued. "I'm a line coach and the strategy is up to Head Coach Harry G. Kipke." Of the Michigan system of "punt, pass and pray" while waiting for a "break," Anderson said: "I think it's all right and always has been. The record speaks for itself. Coach Yost (Athletic Director Fielding H. Yost) has had some of the best teams in the country." OE Yost himself, originator of the system, Anderson said, "He's a great gentleman and a fine sports- It was Anderson's first visit to Ann Arbor since his appointment last Saturday to succeed Assistant Athletic Director Franklin C. Cappon as head line coach. April Dates Set for Iowa Four-Wall Tilt DES MOINES, (/P) _ The fifth annual Iowa open handball tournament will be held here April 1, 2 and 3, it was announced Tuesday. Here are the Johawks, who were set to oppose Holy Family * Tuesday nlerht at Mason City high school, in the third game of a scries for the local Catholic title for this basketball season. In the St. Joseph's squad, from left lo right, arc: Tom Collolon, Ray Bieth, Ert .Tarosh, Tom Peterson, Walter Balek, Joe Madden, Don "Dusty" Coylc, Bill Colloton, Bill Cress, Lavern Hcrzoff and Jack McGranc. In the rear arc (he Kcv, Bernard White, coach, and Gerald Brahcny, man-icr. (Lock Photo, Kayenay Engraving) Purdue Takes Beating to Drop Down Big Ten Scale Illinois Gets Back On Top of Ticket With Win in Wisconsin Battle. CHICAGO, (#)--Illinois enjoyed a front-rank position in the Big Ten basketball title chase Tuesday by virtue of a decisive victory over Wisconsin and some timely assistance from Michigan. The Illini were tied for first place with Purdue before whipping Wisconsin 48 to 31 Monday night while the ' Boilermakers were taking it on the chin from the Wolverines, 31 to 1.6. ' Purdue's defeat dropped the Boilermakers to fourth place in the torrid Big Ten scramble, behind Illinois, Michigan and the fast traveling Minnesota Gophers. Minnesota, bumped out of the undisputed lead by Purdue last week-end, got back in winning form wtih a 44 to 25 victory over Iowa. Ohio State's title hopes tumbled almost beyond recovery when Northwestern took a 44 to 29 verdict over the Buckeyes in the other conference tilt. Illinois used its superiority at center to advantage for its second victory over the Badgers. Capt. Bob Riegel got the tipoff consistently and also managed to tie his teammate, Harry Combes, for scoring honors. Each counted 11 points. The Badgers, forced into a long-shooting game, were out of he r u n n i n g after the first few ninutes and trailed 26 to 9 at lalftime. Michigan clamped a sterling dc- ense on the Boilermakers, holding he Purdue five without a goal during the last 10 minutes. Jewell Young, Purdue's conference scor- ng leader, was a marked man and ·ot only one field goal and three "ree throws. The Wolverines set i fast pace after an 8-8 deadlock it the intermission. Forward Jake Townsend led the Wolves' attack vith nine points. St. Ansgar Hoopers Lose to Comet High School Court Squad ST. ANSGAR -- Charles City ligh school edged out St. Ansgar, 1 to 19, in the last home game or the Saints, Monday night, as lammond poked in 11 points to ead the Comets through the close ontest. Vedder, with eight count- rs, led St. Ansgar. The Comet reserves won 30 to 9 n a preliminary game. The Saints will play at Osage in heir final game Friday night. CYCLONES TAKE IOWA MAT TEST Four Falls, Decision Added Up as Iowa State Wins in Dual Tussles. AMES, (UP)--Iowa Stale college wrestlers Monday took four falls, one decision and a draw to defeat the State .University of Iowa, 24'/ to 7¥. It was the final home meet for the Cyclones. Iowa State scored most points in the light weights while the State University look two decisions in the heavyweight events. FarreU of Iowa State, 165, threw Leonard, Iowa, in 51 seconds in the feature bout. Cerro Gordo-Squad Takes Postal Meet Mason City's Cerro Gordo Hifle club defeated the First National Bank and Investment Police team o£ Minneapolis in the first of a series of postal matches, 1,414 to 1,341. The national match course was fired, consisting of 10 shots a man, slow, timed and rapid fire. Ten men shot on each team with the high five counting for record. L. E. Allstot, E. E. McSwceney and D. A. Thimmesch fired first, second and third scores. RECORD SCORES Team Member-I.. E. A l l s t o l r.. r. M c S \ v c e n c y . 1). A. Thimmcsch. Tl. A. n c c k r r Hazel Allstol Team Tnlal M i n n e a p o l i s S.f, T.F. n.F. Trlal is-; Mil I K I -1.11 Goodell Team Slams Conference Cage Foe TYLER-RYAN TOP AT ALLEYS Win Three Games, Rattle Over Pins for High Five-Man Total. CITY: L E A G U E SCHEDULE A l l e y s I----Moosr Lodjre v.v. Sloildunr*. 3-1--Coltaco G r i l l - I I I i i c R i b b o n v s . O l d Timers. 5-G--Ko*y Korncr v. H u g h D a v t y a n d Son. 7-8--Open. Tyler-Ryan Furniture, w i t h three victories over Maple Inn and the high total of 2,942 pins, was the top team in the city bowling league Monday night,' while Golden Glow and Decker's Plant each won two, from Decker's and Hermanson Dairy. Office The Old Timers won two from Stoddard's in a game postponed from last week. Rube N. Johnson had the best single figures with a 230 game and 602 series. Andy Sondergaard was glad to beat Secretary Hans G. Pusch by three pins in the series totals, but a checkup showed later that the two had tied at 545. I'laycra -- MAPLE INN' Jst :in[l :!nl nil; I K U :!) I I S ··.·M 1811 Jtj(J 150 - IBlJ 5.H JlKi M a t t e r Powell '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. ii:\ \:M ma tin A c t u a l JPins .. 7KI «I'J «H7 xrm H a n d i c a p . . . . :IH :itf 3K 111 Tolal I'ihs H'U NHO !i:ii» 2li:LC; T Y L E R - R Y A N F U H N I T U I I K Players-- 1st ;:ml :inl Kobimott Sondcr^aurd .. J ohnsoji Actual Pins Handicap .. Tolal Pin ''ll ,. til' .. UKI Ml -'(I.I 175 J71 A v . I!)H Kil if: is: . [)Bl J l l "S :JX ...iim ui7 sir.s zo Players-- L i n d s a y ... A c t u a l fii Handicap Total Pins I'laycrs-- S t a f f o r d . Wclier Krai] H i l l l i a i l c l i r f e . Actual Pins H a n d i c a p tKll'S OI-'FlCt 1st 2nd :lnl . "in -M\t 111 j:ir lit!) l n l .17.1 i n H-, . nil , 11:11 14.1 170 Tntal Av .'.'.'1 17 ·IKK l(i: 4111 J.'.. ltl« 17: 1K(» IG' 71 8tt! 7(i» 24 . - . . G O L D E N GLOW 1st 3ml Srd Total 307 117 iri :!n Ki.l s»» l' SI'VK.V E A G L E S G ' O N F E K U N C E C o o i l n l l K l e m m c . Knrmwhn W. HI Pel. l.llllll .fllif .i'oi .tin .:;on .11110 Crystal Lake .......I.','... :i Hayrielcl II GOODELL--Goodell. with the title already in its grasp, won a grand slam victory last week-end in the Seven Eagle conference by beating Ihe Klemme Shamrocks 27 to 25 to keep its league record clean for 10 contests. Klemme placed second in the conference, ahead of Kanawha. OUT of the PRESSBOX -By Al Mitchell PIONEER DEBUT GniNNELL, (/P)--Grinncll college will make its debut in wrestling competition when the Pioneer mat men travel to Mount Vernon to grapple the Cornell college team. BOXING Mason City Armory Thursday, Feb. 25th KLOMP vs. MICKELSON COTTER vs. HARRIS Tickets United Cigar Store Prices 2.7e, ·lOc, fine, 75c, Tax Included Penn Wins in Beaver Scrap to End Season OSKAU3OSA, (/P) -- The Penn college basketball team closed its home schedule, winning a 36 to 33 victory over Buena Vista here Monday n i g h t for its second Iowa conference win of the season. Luther Whips Rivals in Conference Scrap DECORAH, (/P) _ The Luther college basketball team, its Iowa conference championship aspirations boosted by a 50 to 31 victory over Upper Iowa here Monday, began preparations for an all-important battle with Simpson at Indianola Friday night. CATHOLICS OPEN FORT DODGE, OT-- Eighteen Catholic high tcnms f r o m school ba.sketbail northwest Iowa 5 L. _^_.o,l--H opened p l a y Tuesday in the a n n u a l Sioux City diocese tournament. '·* lERE'S AN EASY WAY TO BE A CHAMPION ., The boys' high school sectional basketball tournaments don't start until March 4 ... but Maloy already is the Class B winner at Bedford. Sharpsburg and Gravity were other Class B entries at Bedford but their coaches took one look at Maloy's unblemished record and decided the competition would be much easier in Class A . under the slate rules n Class B school can compete in the larcor class if it desires. ·j * * The r u n o u t left Maloy Ihe only team in Class B . , . and assured the little school of going to the district tournament. Maloy, incidentally, has but 13 boys in school. The team was a slate finals contender last season, also. * a * Some of the basketball fans who have been around Mason City for a long time . . . and the fellows who have lived in Hayfield as .long as A. C Taylor . . . remember when Hayfield high school came to Mason City to play in a tournament and battled the Mohawks through three overtime periods, losing on a long, lorfg shot m the nnal seconds . . . My memory Tails me on one point 7 . . I don t know who was the Mason City hero . . . the one who plunked in the winning basket from the center of the court. - otllcl ' lhi " es t n a t lhe llomc "ay , . -__ .. -- - - - -- . «..j£,*i uicii, t j j e JIUJiiC. iuttis I l l f l y =;."i«"i;«i" ." 'i ' f . y , , , eh scho °l coach was G. H. Kiester, now seven players'" baskctba " hcrc · · · and his squad carried only There were only seven boys enrolled at Hayfield. J micipal James Rao also remembers t h a t the same was played on a b i t t e r en, d n i g h t . . . and t h a t ho had to come back to the schoolhouse n f t e i - reaching his comfortable fireside at homo because Coach Kiester had forgotten his hat . . ' ' ' DKCKER'S PLANT 1st .'.'ml ynl Total Hill 151 Ilili .177 inH I H I n:t ,-,-i-i W l i i t n c y C. I v a u f n i A c t u a l Pins H a n d i c a p . I' H!) . . sin .. 17 T n l a l Tin* riaycr: I.cr . . . I.e.iinat M o r p l i e t t A c t u a l Tins J l i n i t i c a p I I E R M A N S O N DAIttv" :lnl Tolal 1311 toG inn nil i-i in:; I.-.K . MR onx 8G7 ^5:17 sit O i l e l l Snyclcr Kilcy , . Ftl «'ivrrt A c t u a l T i n * H a n d i c a p . . . STonn.utD's (Postnone'd Game) 1st 2nd .trd Tohl . Till lfi(] MS 117 . Kill III Tnlal I'ins K o l b S p u n Klin li-.M rill OLD T I M E R S tat Und ;»rd ira ID!) A v . 1X1! 1:11 A c t n d l Pins . . Sill) f t i n H a n d i c a p . . . . !:t fi3 Tofal Pins ---- 83:i SH3 ItKC, :I«|-; Ben Chapman Wants to See Nats on Contracts MONTGOMERY, Ala., (/p)_Ben Chapman, voted the most valuable player with the Washington Senators last summer, said he had returned his unsigned contract to "larlc Griffith, club president but insisted he was not a hold- Don'l get me wrong," said the Washington centcrfieldcr, "Griff and 1 haven't disagreed. I .just told him I'd prefer to t n l k things over a f t e r J get to camp, rather .han by mail." out. SUTHERLAND TO STAY AT PITT U DESPITE STRIFE Feud With Sports Directoi Rages Since Panthers' Win at Rose Bowl. PITTSBURGH, (UP)--Dr. John B. Sutherland, head football coach at the University of Pittsburgh has received attractive offers fvorr other schools, but he will not resign, despite a "feud" w i t h W. Don Harrison, athletic director, which has been raging since the New Year's day Rose Bowl game. Signed In a coaching contract of "indefinite duration," 'Dr. Sutherland Tuesday admitted he received much more lucrative offers from other schools than the $10,00(1 annual salary he is reported getting from Pitt. "There is no immediate prospect, however," Sutherland said, "o£ my accepting another position." Refuses to Comment. Dr. Sutherland, wiio has turned out consistently good Pitt football elevens, refused to comment on his relations with other members of the athletic department. "1 do not wish to embarrass the university," said the doughty Scot, whose Pitt teams have lost only 12 games in 13 years. According to reliable reports Sutherland and Harrison quar- relled on the night o£ the last Rose Bowl game when Pitt players were to be entertained at Los Angeles. The team had just defeated the Washington Huskies, 21 to 0, and Sutherland wanted Harrisor to give the players some spending money for that night. Shoddy Treatment. Harrison rebelled and Dr. Sutherland charged him with shoddy treatment of the players and lectured him on the value of loyalty and appreciation, it was said. The players who won Pitt's first Rose Bowl victory out of three starts--a game that netted the university 535,000--were supplied spending money by Dr. Sutherland from his own pockets. "I made you, and how I'm going to break you," Harrison reportedly told Sutherland. Since that time the two have not spoken. The "feuding" may be brouglr out into the open at the nex meeting of the athletic council expected to be held soon. "Just Pipe Dream." Harrison denied the entire story. "It's j u s t a pipe dream," he said. "I deny everything. That's all I h a v e to say." _"My attitude," Dr. Sutherland said, "is entirely one of serving the best interests of the University of Pittsburgh. .My job is to give the university the strongest football teams possible with the material we have. "Because Pitt is my alma mater and because I have played and coached here for 18 of the l2 years I have been in football, 1 have a deep sense of appreciation for the support which has been given me and the hundreds of loyal friends we have made for the institution. It is u n t h i n k a b l e that anything should arise which would disturb this relationship." Rumors Revealed. That rumors of dissension w i t h in the athletic group are current was revealed by Dr. P. V. McParland, president of the General Alumni association. "The alumni would regret very much to see 'Jock' leave. As a matter of fact, 1 feel t h a t they would be highly i n d i g n a n t,-' Dr. McParlancI said. "If, through any controversy with another official of the school, he would be forced to leave, I feel it would arouse a great feeling of resentment. "I have heard rumors of trouble between Sutherland and Harrison on the trip to the Rose Bowl, but have nothing authentic or official concerning it." WOLF CONTEST Warriors Edge Out Victory Over Estherville With Slim Two Points. ESTHERVILLE--Waldorf defeated EslhcrviMe J u n i o r college 28 to 2G at Estherville Monday night. The score was 17 to l(i in Exlhcrvillc's favor ;)( h a l f l i m e . Fox was l i i R l i point man for Waldorf w i t h seven points and Knulson starred for Estherville, c o u n t i n g five points. This was Waldorf's- fourth straight win in the Iowa conference. Iowa Golfers Plan for State Tourney DES MOINES, (/P)--The 1D37 Iowa amateur golf tournament will be played June 28 to July 3 at the Clinton Country club course. Officials of the state golf asso- :iation, meeting here Monday, set .he dates and planned an attractive pro-amateur 18 hole best ball event for Sunday, June 27. At east $300 in prize money will be given the professionals. Billy H a l l of Boonc, a freshman at Iowa State college, is the present Iowa a m a t e u r champion. Three Scraps on Ticket for Local Cagers Corn Country Has Scanty Chance to Clinch New Honors in Loop, COMMERCIAL LEAGUE B A S K E T B A L L S T A N D I N G S (Second R o u n d ) Corn C o u n t r y ........... ri* Dlamomt Hrpart ..... ... ·» M a r s h a l l - S w i f t .......... ·· 1'ahst ........ | Pel. 1.INIII 0 .linn RIISri.TS F K I l . 111. l l r r k r r ' s 'M; I L i m i l l n t r * 1M. M a r s h a l l ami S w i f t r.n; I'nbs! I X . 1'i.ltnoncl Jtrpail :{·.'; Corn (.'inlnlry ·!(. 7 : l l « -- D i a m o n d I l r c a d vs. D e c k e r V «:Ul^lIaiml£on-;i vs. M a r s h a l l a n d S\v[ft, !:IJI-- Pabsl vs. Corn C o u n t r y . Ready to take up the battle where they left off Feb. 10, Mason City's Commercial league basketball teams will go after the second half championship again Wednesday night at the Y. M. C. A. court. Corn Country, currently undefeated league leader, will lake On Pabst Blue Ribbon at 9 o'clock in the feature game o£ the evening, with a possible chance ot clinching the second half t i t l e hanging on the verdict of the contest. H the Buttermakers win and the second place holders, Diamond Bread and Marshall and Swift, lose to Decker's and Hamilton's, the race will be in the bag for Corn Country, since only one more set ot games is on schedule. Figures indicate that (hat isn't likely to happen, however. It Corn Country loses and the second place contestants win their games, the first position wiil be split three ways. If all three win, the standing will remain unchanged. LEAGUE SCORING flayer-- C o u n r i l y ( M S ) . . . T h u r l l e (CC) R y a n ( S I S ) K o p e c k y U') Urou-L'r (MS) .... Carroll t l t Hawk ( . I I S ) l l i n m a n ( I I ) C o r d l e I M S I . A n d e r s o n ( C C ) . . M a c D o n a l d (1)11) S n e l l ( I I ) .lolnison (CO I . m e l c i i m I I I ) .... i l i i m p h r W (ua")".l H o y c r (1)11) R l i o l l ( D ) l l e r b c n c r ( U l i ) . . . Chrislcnson (r-) . rani (CC) Mathl.is.im ( I 1 ) . . . Ice ( C C ) Wessels ( H ) . . . . Shinier ( I I ) Woll ( I I ) . . . . . . . Ilarr (P| I'oshusla ( I I ) W o l f e in) l l r u n s w o l d ( P ) . . Tracy ( P ) I.saacsim M i l l ) . . . S n l c r ( M S ) D a v i s (1111) OKoij ( J l ) . . . . . . . Z a n d e r (P) . ... Hiirm ( 1 ) 1 1 ) U.in i or Hi ( I I ) l l a n n a ( I ) ) Nelson ( n ) JTucli.ui.n, ( I I ) ... Sloan ( D ) ( P ) . ,,,,-·!! I C C ) ... M a r t i n ( M S ) FC! 17 BACKERS READY TO BATTLE FOR HEAVY CONTEST Jacobs Sure Fight Will Be Held; Garden Certain It Won t Be Run. NEW YORK, (UP)--Mike Jacobs, Twentieth Century club promoter who holds an exclusive contract on Joe Louis' services un- t i l 1SMO, Tuesday announced that t h e Braddock-Louis heavyweight bout s c h e d u l e d for Chicago June 22 w i l l positively be staged as arranged. In a statement c l a r i f y i n g his position in the tangled heavyweight situation, Jacobs said: "1 am advised that nothing can l a w f u l l y stop this match." As soon as Jacobs' statement was brought to Jimmy Johnston's attention the Madison Square O'DELL SET HERE Ralph O'Dell, promising young Otlurmva heavyweiphl, w i l l headline a Legion boxing show at the armory, March 18, it was announced Tuesday by Promoter Walt Irving. An opponent for the young lowan is being sought. Dates for the Golden Gloves t o u r n a m e n t have been set lor the nights of March ·!, U and 25. Kike Klomp and Mike M i c h c l s o n headline t h e Thursday night show In an eight round scrap to be held at the armory. OWA TO SCRAP FOR LAST TIME Hawkeye Cagers Lose Test at Minnesota, Return for Windup Game. Another Trouncing M I N N E S O T A -- I I If 't K L E I U I L L f |1OWA-- '» 'I \t " B l ^|S. J o h n s o n r l -4 :: Nash I -2 (1 : j K r a t l e n f 41 n I I i) oinrecs c i n :( II II r i l r h r c r e n II II ·Vlanly c i n I [Walsh c (I (1 I Hoick E a s I I V a n s T d y k c f :i (1 I e r b a c h c I n :iJTtiornnson g n |i ·· [aki c n (1 n j n o h b y c 1 11 I) iarjcr f II [I II 1 TOTALS I!) I l l ' ; TOTALS Id .If: I-ce Ihrou-s missed: S t e p h e n s 'J: Drai- l f » '!: llrcr.s I; Thompson 'i; Itobhy I; n n d l a ;1: A d d i n s l o n I; M a n l y !!; Maki 1 nuici.ils: R e f e r e e , S e h o m m e r ; n r a n i r r , Cljrno. IOWA CITY, (/P)--The University of Iowa basketball team returned from Minneapolis after receiving a decisive 44 to 25 trounc- ng by Minnesota Monday night, md began preparations for the invasion of Illinois Saturday night in the final game of (lie season. The Hawkcyes, definitely des- Jned to a second division birth, can gain revenge for an earlier season defeat and frustrate any Ilini Big Ten championship hnpes by closing out the season with a win. I l l i n o i s today held the league .cad by h a l f a game. The Gophers held only a slim 22 to 19 lead at (lie h a l f , but com- iletely smothered the Hawkcyes d u r i n g the second period, w i t h reserves playing the final minutes. Addington, Minnesota forward paced the winners with 13 points while Ben Stephens, flashy Iowa forward, scored 11. Many w h o s u f f e r from rectal troubles w o u l d quickly seek relief if they but knew or were familiar with modern rectal office methods. Modern recfal office practice cuts the cost, does not cause confinement, is painless, efficient and satisfactory. Dr.R.W.ShuItz,D.O. i!8-31!-220 First National liank ISuildinc Garden promoter staled in more emphatic terms than Jacobs that the Braddock-Louis bout positively will not take place. "We will prevent Braddoclc from appearing," said Johnston. He did not explain how he proposed to do this. Jacobs said he felt sure he could persuade the xvinner of the Braddock-Louis b o u t to meet Max: Schmehng w i t h i n GO days. Schmel- mg is due to arrive in this coun- ry Thursday to a t t e m p t to force Braddoek to go through with hi-; contract to fight him in New York June 3. AIUBEKS POUNDS OUT WIN OVER NEW YORKER N E W Y O R K, (UP) _ Lou Ambers of H e t i c 1m or N Y world's lightweight c h a m p i o n ' pounded but a decisive victory over Al Holh. New York, in a 10 round non-title bout before 3,500 at St Nicholas Palace Monday night' Ambers weighed 136'A, R o lh 137V-;. Ambers won every round, giving Roth one of the severest thrashings of his career. It was the best battle Ambers has put up since he won the title from lony Canzoneri last September Ambers punished Roth severely w i t h his sharp hooks to the face B o t h of Roth's eyes were swollen and Ins lips were cut. H was one of a scries of t u n e - u p bouts Ambers will undergo in preparation for the defense of his title against Canzoneri at Madison Square garden April 2. Luckless Iowa State Squad Loses Another AMES, OT--Iowa State's luckless Cyclones returned home Tuesday, more f i r m l v entrenched in the cellar of the Big Six, a f t e r dropping its eighth straight conference battle to Kansas State at Manhattan, 48 to 40 Monday n i g h t . Jewell Aces Win in Befmond Court Test BELMOND--The Jewell Aces defeated the Bclmond Independents here Monday night by a score of 53 to 40. Erickson of Jewel! was high man w i t h 17 points and Hottel led the Belmond scoring w i t h 15 points. of the fact t h a t we have made loyal matrons of men who are m o s t exacting i n their w a n t s a n d tastes. The services that make our store a favorite with these men will also make it your favorite. Bros. IN THE HOTEL HANTOKU Mason City, Iowa ·v ·V

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