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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

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ARRAY OF TWO CAGE STARS TO END CAREERS FOR IOWA TEAM Mowry and Reinhardt to Finish Play in Notre Dame Clash. , IOWA CITY, March .11.--Basketball will be.a closed chapter in the intercollegiate athletic 'career of two University of Iowa players after the Notre Dame game here Saturday evening. ' · . ' . . For Joe A. Mowry, forward, and Julian C. Remharat; .guard, will play their final games in Hawkeye uniforms when they aid their teammates iu closing-the 1931 season against the Irish quintet. Third Best_Scorer Third best Iowa scorer in conference games, · Mowry also '·, distinguished himself for his ball-handling. He/will finish his Athletic activities at Iowa by captaining the baseball team from a centerfleld position this spring. · . · Reinhardt, chosen , as honorary , captain of the .1831 team,-has done consistent work on defense for two seasons, and has been one of the key men in the starting of the Iowa attack from the back court. -Koscr to Play Baseball .Iowa's other .senior on the squad, Morton Koser, '-was injured last month and therefore unable to play m the final five games. He was a reserve forward. Kosep hopes to be able to plav in the outfield on the baseoall team for the third season. \ JONES ENJOYS BETAKES IN GOLF --... -- «,,, , Cal.; March 11 «iv--:Usually actors abhor retakes but not Robert Tyre Jones, Jr. The holder of. all manor 'salt championships halted in the raids' of a retake in his -second .day of ·o^rj e ^^° rlc before the" camera with this smiling comment: '. -."Retakes? Sure,,they're the best part of it ' · ,. ., · . . .. {-Many is the time I would have given a lot for the opportunity .to try a shot all over! again. Whet ..golfer wouldn't? That's what the retake does for you."' MAY GET 15 ROUND BOUTS · SPRINGFIELD, HI., March 11. --t5,Va-A.-p?^gg4j 7 4c^3^«SB-. i/OXJSgf touts from lQ*To lorcrtinds in Hli- EOIS had moveff up a step today in the state legislature. After a plea by Gen. John J. Cliri- mn, chairman of the state athletic commission, favorable action on the hill was recommended to the house of representatives yesterday by the committee considering the proposal. BE-GAZET CLOSE CAGE SEASON MASON CITY, IOWA, MARCH ll IB 1931 R.TS .EGIQN JDRUM CORPS RING CARD COMPLETE ' By JACK SOKDS ' ONE OF FASTEST GAgDENERS TUT JACKSON TO OPEN BILL ALLEN IN THREE By JACK SOKDS. Central Press Sports Artist j The mogt famous native of Mo rocco, Ind., is major league base ball's oldest. outfielder--j|r. Edgar Charles (Sam to you') Rice''. Born iu the Hoosier. hamlet "way back in 1892,' when leg-o-mutton en i/our O L D B c Size NOW You only have to slice 0pen a Charles Denby to see the fine long filler which makes it t* 16 5° cigar that far out- srn °k- es an d out-tastes its price. Made and tastes -. like a 10 Gent-er. H. Fendrich, Inc., Maker Evansville, Ind., Est. 1850 The LONG-FILLER Ciqar Lloyd Lieaenbers; Co., Mnson City. Iowa. Distributor sleeyes and mustachioed ball play era abquidecJ, Rice ^recently ce!e brated his thirty-ninth birthday. Oldest in Majors. Somewhere in the deep . bush Of the-minor leagues there may roam an older outfielder than Rice, bul not in the majors. Rice is two years the senior "of George Herman Ruth and-the Babe is no spring chicken as ball players are rated. -:. However, tho ( Sam may be the patrlarch-of big time fly chasers, he is still one of the fastest He can cover more ground in less time than a lot of these peppy young rookies now in the Dixie,camps. i · Is Speedy and" Durable. His speed and durability are the reasons Rjce is still with Washington, his first big league love, after 16 ryears of romping around Amer-. ican league y greenswards. He has been with ,no other big time club. Rice broke into organized ball back in 1914 when he signed with Petersburg of the Virginia leageu. He thot he was a pitcher in those days. But he massaged the horsehide: in such eloquent terms that In mid-1915 the Senators' grabbed him. He -finished the season with Washington, hurling four games. The next year he was tried as an alternate pitcher and outfielder, but his -batting was so convincing that for the season of 1917 he was made over into a full time outfielder. He has played that post since. · Is a Great Hitter. With a better than .300 average "or his American league career Sam is one of the best hitters that :oop has had. He has played in :wo world series, both, of course, HS a Senator. And today he has good prospects of playing in a third before he hangs up his weatherbeaten fielder's glove, for, good. FIGHT RESULTS By THE y ASSOCIATED PRESS MINNEAPOLIS--Eaul Wau*g]ey, Minneapolis, outpointed Jackie Sharkey, Minneapolis (10); Angus McDonald, Winnipeg:, outpointed »Iike Mandell, St. Paul (6); Paul i'antaleo, Chicago, stopped Harry Dillon, Winnipeg (3); WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.-Al Rowc, Philadelphia, stopped Sammy Offerman, St. Louis (9) OKLAHOMA CITY--Babe Hunt, Ponca City, Okla., stopped Chet Shandel, California (5). INDIANAPOLIS--Tracy Cox, Indianapolis,- stopped Soldier -Dombrowski, Detroit (6). LOS ANGELES--Paulino ·Uzcu- dun, Spain, knocked out Less Kennedy, Long Beach, Cal., (4). FHilJLlPS CINCHES JOB AT HOME..PLATE " PASO ROBLES, Cal.--Eddie Phi'l- Ips, hustling catcher obtained by the Pittsburgh Pirates from the champion athletics during the win- er, has just about cinched a regular ob for himself. Manager Jewel Enfi s highly pleased with Phillips' work o date. His throwing to second has been Dartic.nlarlv sronri. Schedule of 42 Rounds to Offer Long List of N Boxing Stars. The 42 round boxing' show scheduled at the armory Thursday March 12, was.completed with the signing of "Tut" Jackson, local Negro light weight, to oppose Johnny Allen, Mason City Negro in the three round opening bout. Both boxers are fast and willing mixers. Kid Lehr, Waterloo's scrappy lightweight, was scheduled to arrive in Mason City Thursday afternoon for his six round bout wltli Don Hampton, local 140 pound star. Lehr will be accompanied by his stable mate "Young" Casey, whD will square off with Gordon Stewart, Dows, in their rematch of six rounds. Frankie Spargo, former Mason City "fighting fool" was . to arrive Wednesday from Sioux Falls, S. Dak., for his six round bout with Jack McGrooty, St. Paul, Minn. 'Speedy" Clayton, who meets Herr Max Gould, Minneapolis, in a six rounder, will accompany Spar'go .-. Gerald Riffle, former Mason City policeman will replace George Ka.- duce of Belmond, who suffered a broken rib last Friday in training- against Turgeri Tebben, .Kanawha. Ralph Johnson, Albert Lea, Minn., will trade blows with'Vallie Kline, Graf ton, in-one o f ' t h e other'four rounders! Carl '. Nelson, ' Austin, Minn., Will meet Billy Howard, local featherweight, in the remaining four round bout, while.Kid Weaver, Car- tersyille, will punch .it out, with Chris Kramer, Swaledale, in the second three rounder. Cui'ley Ullrich, referee from St. Paul, Minn., will handle all the 'bouts.' WEYWMON TO COACH PENN Dr. Leroy Mercer'Announces His Appointment in Publication. PHILADELPHIA. March 11. UP --Harvey J. Harman, 30, director of athletics at the University of the South, Sewanee, Tenn., is the TTni- versity of Pennsylvania's new football coach. x An Announcement by Dr. Leroy Mercer, new dean of physical education, that Harman had been chosen head coach and named a member of the faculty in accordance .with Peiin's revised athletic policy was published. Harman learned his football at :he University of Pittsburgh 10 ^ears ago under the tutorship of lenn Warner. He coached at Hav- :rford college for eight years and went to the University of the South ast year. The faculty-coach idea is a part of an athletic plan announced several months ago by President Thomas S. Gates, after dismissal of Coach Lud Wray. Harman is to receive a salary in line with those naid to professors--anywhere from 5,000-'to $10,000. HANDBALL PAIRINGS Pairings for the first round of the closed handball tournament at the Y. M. C. A. include the following: Marty vs. Richer, Stilwell vs. Galbreath, Brogue va. Sullivan, Henley vs. Rugland, Conley vs. Sutherland, Tamasi -vs. Baldwin, R. Patton vs. VTcLaughlln, J. Miller vs. Davey, B. Walker vs. Lennan, Montgomery vs. Haynes, DeVJney vs. Dr. Weston, Bepowitz vs. Wagner. Cress, Hal!, "rrimsley, W. Patton drew byes. WIN HONORS IN SECTIONAL TOURNEY . unc llEFFIELD won the .class-B.honors of the. section^ meet here by defeating Kcnsett in tho final game mmm ROLLS ISTMISHTWiS Harvesters Take 2 Out of 3 Games From Real Silk Quintet. WEDNESDAY'S SCHEDULE Northwestern States Portland Cement office vs. Jou Daniels' Service on alleys 1 and 2 at 7:45. Pecker's lC!i£tiB at 7:45. Tho Fakior Battery-Purity Bakery Rainc has .been postponed until Saturday; Champlin Refining company won -hrcc games straight from the Atlas Special by taking the second 'game y'one pin. The International Harvester company won two out of :hree games from the crippled Real Silk Hosiery team. Walsh rolled the high single game with 255. Holland won the high throe game total with 627: He al.so won the theater tickets. The B. and O. barber was forced to put out three more haircuts. INTERNATIONAL HARV. CO. ·oring- 191 180 136 507 Mo l 145 145 145 435 Walker 147 Theisen . . . . . . 164 3obleske ...:.. .1C6 Handicap . . . . . . . 1 9 Totals v '..824 934 8142566 152 210 226 19 934 152 189 171 19 451 563 553 57 REAL SIK HOSIERY DEAE. NOAH* IF NEVee 1_ALJ5H, How DID l-ONSFELLOW MAKE MINNEHAHA? M;«8.F.FreeEu. RIE TENIJ DEAR. NOAH=" IS IT -THAT THE FELLOVJ vy/Ho VVAS OANCINQ'VJITH TEAKS /N HIS st-est, SOUTH QEWD IND. OEA£ NOAH" Do THE CROATS an 1ECM MOUNTAIN PiffoOUCS CTEeL WOOt.? 'MAC* U.S.S.BAO3EB Vermilya ..216 167 162 545 J- Doe 145 145 145 435 3amber 145 232 140 517 Kern 145 112 134 391 157 126 151 434 Handicap 71 71 71 213 Totals 870 856 8032535 ATLAS SPECIAL 'F.. Schmidt 99 147 ge T. Smith 147 128 118 P. Wilcox 145 251 133 Walsh 176 1S3 255 Peterson 129 214 137 Handicap 78 78 78 332 393 529 614 480 23-1 Totals 774 1001 807 2582 CHAMPLIN REPINING Holland 201 215 211 627 Estill 181 234 156 571 Hill 200 160 166 526 Waldon 211 169 128 508 Bender ....175 211 199 585 Handicap 13 13 13 39 Totals 9S1 1002 873 .2858 CATHOLIS SCHOOLS , SEND IN ENTRIES CHICAGO, March l'l. OW^Cath- ollc high schools from the south, midwest and east have sent their entries for Loyola university's an- n u a 1 championship tournament March 18-22. Father Ryan High of Nashville, Tenn., Campion academy of Prairie du Chien, Wig., and Duqueane acaa- smy of Pittsburgh, all state champions, have signed to bring the total to 20. Quintet of Iowa Teams to Climax Indoor Card Title Quests'Engross Four;*~ Notre Dame to Battle ' "" Old Gold Cagers. IOWA CITY, March 11.--All five of the University of Iowa winter sports teams will enter competition Friday and Saturday, three of them in Western conference championship affairs. · Swimmers will go to Ann Arbor, Mich., for the Big Ten titular meets, wrestlers will seek places in the Individual championships bouts at Chicago, and gymnasts will enter the Big Ton meet at Urbana, 111. To Meet Notre Dame. , In the only home contest, the basketball team will · close its season Saturday by playing- Notre Dame, while about six or eight track and field men will compete in the Illinois relays at Urbana Saturday evening. 1 Nine swimmers will be taken to Ann Arbor. Coach David Armbruster believes that his team will scoru well, with such men as Lobdell, defending diving champion; McCulley. 220 and 440 yard free style; Evans, oreast stroke; Mohl, back stroke, and two fast relay teams. Gordon to Enter Relays. With Capt. Loren Poyner, 165 pound unbeaten grappler, as the standout, four or five wrestlers will compete in the title meet. Other lowans likely to go include Mueller. L18 pounds; Peer, 125 pounds; Dull. 145 pounds, and Coons, 155 pounds. Iowa's entrants .in the Illinois re- aya are likely to include Edward Gordon, defending broad Jump champion, and a shuttle hurdles re- ay team to record won March. , -protect at · the the title and carnival last MncFARLANE, COX FORM OPPOSITION MIAMI, Fla., March 11. .(/P)--Wilie MacFarlane and Wiffy Cox today stood between Gene v Sarazen and Tohnny Farrell and first money in :he $5,000 four ball matches. Tho. InaJ round is at 38 holes over the Miami Country club course. MacFarlane and Cox advanced to .he finals by a. one up victory over Walter Hagcn and Horton Smith after fighting an uphill battle most i,f the way. . Sarazen and Farrell experienced ittle difficulty in turning- back heir semi-final opponents, Tony itancro and Densmore Smite, 4 and IELENE MADISON IELPS BIIEAK MARK SATTTLE, March 11. --Helene vladison, Seattle woman swimmer, nelped the Washington Athletic club flrls' relay team break the Amerian 200-yard record here last night. The W. A. C. team stroked the dis- ance in one minute 55 3-5 seconds, lipping- two seconds o f f - the old mark held by the New York Wom- n's Swimming association. WITH CARNERA IF PLANS SUCCEED Man Mountain and Boston's Sailor May Meet in June. NEW YORK, March 11. UP)--A new .promoter has entered upon New York's fistic scene to compete with Madison Square Garden in out- dooi- extravaganzas and perhaps to stage a heavyweight duel this summer between Prlmo Camera, the Italian man-mountain, and Jack Sharkey of Boston. A veteran manager of fighters a powerful figure in boxing circles, and something of a "white-haired boy" to the powcrs-that-bc, Jimmy Johnston is working strenuously to arrange a Carnera-Shnrkey bout to be held probably in Ebbets field in June. Camera still, is under suspension here but apparently the New York state athletic commission is about ready to lift the ban. The tip-off came Tuesday from William Muldoon, 86 year old member of the', commission, who said: "Right now Sharkey knows too much for Camera, is too smart but it would be a good fight. It would bo a tremendous drawing card and Camera Is capable of giving Sharkey a real battle." SWEA CITY RESULTS ,, Mar f h n -- Thc was - i t t i , Y t t e Sea£Cn Ofion nf cL^ a n? f r e 0 r O W d : B u d Olson of Swea City and "Red" Jennings tff Garnet- drew a rounds. Kid Lee of Sioux Cily r lost to Carl Kiester of Mason City by a ' t e c h - nical knockout. Johnny Hlnes, Mason City, drew a fast 6 round bout with Kid Tibbitta of Kanawha. The semifinal was a draw between two colored boys, Kid Joeb of Lincoln, Nebr., and Ted Jackson of Waterloo. A 10 minute exhibition of wrestling was put on by two local boys, "Buzz"-Reynolds and Young Garber. Frank Buuers substituted for Alfred Barslou in a one fall bout with Jeas Woods of Windom, Minn. Bauer .won the bout in 12 minutes with a wristlock and crotch hold. Ervin Heartcl of Fairmont, Minn., was the referee for all of the bout's. Businessmen g-enerally will agree with Will Rogers in his definition of a good treasurer. "A good treaw- jrer," says Will, "is a man who has he money when we need it."--Boston Transcript. PLAY SCHEDULED FOR INDEPENDENT FIVES OF STATE Go On Air Via Ames Station. ST. ANSGAR, March H._Th= second annual'independent team basketball tournament will be held here Thursday, Friday and Strtm-- t'ay of this week. The teams entered are Osage, Cora. Cola of Mason City, Diamond Bread, Mason City, Otranto, Fertile, St. Ansgar. Midoontinent Petroleum . of Waterloo and Mitchell. Fifty dollars will be awarded the winner, $23 to the runnerup and $10 to third place The Osage A. C. defeated ; the St. Ansgar Lions in a practice game o n ' t h e Osage floor Tuesday evening 46 to 38. The game ' was very, close all tho way and was tied at the halfway mark and at the end of tho third quarter. Ringer of St. . Ansgar . was high point man with 14 counters and Ahrens and Sawyer-each made 10 for Osage: Paulson, Costello, Isaacson, Loterbour,/Sullivan, Grupp · and Lennan will form the team of the Diamond Bread which is scheduled to meet St. Ansgai; Thursday evening in the opening clash. All pre-tourney favorites were triumphant in Tuesday's games. The Henry's of Wichita, Kana., defending champions, disposed of tho Brown Paper Mill five, Monroe, La., 31-to 23. . The Loa Angeles Athletic club eliminated Nebraska Wesleyan, Lincoln, 41, to 13. Wednesday the champions were to meet DePaul university Chicago, while the Los Angeles A. C. was carded, to tangle with the Southside Turners of Indianapolis. ROCK FALLS TOURNEY ROCK FALLS, March ll.--A sec- tlonal tournament for the selection of a champion independent team to'. enter the statei independent basketball tournament wilt be held at Rock Falls this week-end. Play is scheduled for Thursday, Friday and Saturday. · The teams entered in the meet arc Floyd, Chapin, Clear Lake, Hayfield, Nora Springs, Plymouth, Rockford and Rock Falls. The tournament is being managed by J. C. Dickinson. The referee will be Kres- bergen of Rockwell. TO BROADCAST GAMES DISS MOINES, March 11. UTI-. Daytime contests of the state high school basketball tournament Held at the Drake field house March 19 to 21, will bo broadcast by remote control thru station WOI of Ames. Officials of the- Ames station have arranged for the broadcast with Secretary George Brown and tho directors of the Iowa liigh school athletic association, sponsors of the tournament. The' culminating game of v the state-wide championship test which will be held Saturday night, March 21, win be · broadcast by stations WHO-WOC o( Des Moines and Davenport. A. A.\U. TOURNEY KANSAS CITY, March 11. (/P)-Sixteen basketball teams remained ris third round contests got under way in the national A. A. U. court tournament. · ' MIddlewcstern and Southwestern college quintets appeared to b« holding their own against independent clubs as the tourney neared the half-way mark, with seven of them down for today's tilts. The East Central Teachers, Ada, Okla., Bethany college, Lindaborg, Kans., and the Northwest Teachers, Maryville, Mo., are among the college favorites. INDEPENDENT TEA1VIS PLAY AT CLARION CLARION, March 11.'--Independent basketball teams played a doubleheader here last night. The Humboldt women's independent combination defeated the Clarion women 16 to' 13 and the Clarion men's independents were victorious over Humboldt 37 to 28. Ban Johnson Unchanged ST. LOUIS, March 11. U?)--The condition of Ban Johnson, former president of the American league, was unchanged today, it was said at St. John's hospital here, where he is critically ill. BOYD BOWLING CO. 20'/ 2 -2l i/ 2 Enst State 'RQMPT CORA COAL/~ at $7.00 PHONE per ton cash 888 Fireside Fuel Co.

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