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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

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MASON CUT GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 1 mm 1936 --m -- ..... _. . . luajwi ^111 UJUUCri-WMEilTlii, AfKIL. 1 mM 1936 NI1SK JUNIOR CHAMBER PLANS TO FETE TEAMS Out of the Pressbox By Al Mitchell THANKS TO EMMETT. SOME OF THESE things hav been written and said before . . I've used them as subjects for bot personal comment and news storie . . . some of them, I wish I hax said .. . Emmett Mowery, who had a res ervataom right next door to mine in the working press section at th Drake fieldhouse last week, write the following paragraphs for th Ottumwa Courier . . . I can appre date their sincereness . . . aad know that they match my ow views . , . how about yours? "IF THEY . . . have the dop pegged right, the Iowa state hig 1 school tournament will be movex over to the University of Iowa field house next year. It haa outgrown the Drake fieldhouse, it seema, an many a bitter tear was shed b board in control men last Saturda Bight when a numoer of potentia. casJj customers had to be turnec away from the door, their dolla.i in hand, for want ol some place t park 'em inside the builddng. * * * "THERE'S A movement on foo too, engineered by sports editoi who covered the 1936 carnival, t give the state tournament back t the kids who make it the drawin card that it is. This movement fav ore having the I. H. S. A. A. pla . host to every player who compete in the meet for the duration of th carnival. Many a kid who haa fought his heart out for his team to reach the state meet only to IK eliminated in a first or second roun game, has had to pack up and home because his expense money provided 'by. the association, ran ou the '-day his team lost out in th meet race. . . . # : P * ";With tlw^-Gands of dollars rollin ing into the association coffer* through. the sale of tournament tick ets, that group well could afford t not only keep all the players in th meet through the duration of th joust, but to keep them in style. Af ter all, it's these kids that make th tournament possible. * * * "TEARS WERE shed, too, by z tot of the tournament fans over th way the district meet set-ups this season kept such fine clubs as Bur lington, Iowa City, Waterloo West East Sioux City and other powerfu . outfits from competing in the state meet, yet permitted such woefully weak fives as Quasqueton, Van Meter and Matoy to perform in Iowa's greatest meet. * * * "FOR THAT matter. Ottumwa had no particular business playing in a. state carnival when such teams as Burlington and Iowa City couk not. To put the pointing digit square ly on the nail head as regards th state joust of 1936, it was one of the most poorly-balanced meets of history, when a bit more care by the association moguls in lining up districts could just as well have made the finest ever held in Hawkey e- "SINCE THIS has developed into a 'point-Che-finger-of-scom,' column we can't mark finis to it without another, slap at the officiating rampant at the 1936 state classic Since 1925 we have annually sat in on state prep classics. In no other previous year can we recall when the whistle-tooting so got under our hide that we had trouble refraining; from grabbing a chair and tossing it in the general direction of some striped shirted musician. * « * THEY NOT only were away too strict with their calling fouls, making free throw contests of the games rather ' than basketball battles, but time and again placed the burden of play on the defensive men tinder the hoop when it should have been on the man with the ball. Time after time dribblers were permitted to crash into guards stationed under baskets, where they had a right to be, only to have the foul called on the defensive man for blocking." BUY A of your favorite cigarettes so that you always keep a supply of your particular brand on hand. Hickey Brothers sell the nation's largest selling and most popular brands. Cigar Stores IN THE HOTEL HANFOKD Mason City, Iowa NIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE CAGERS WILL BE GUESTS Monday Night Set for Dinner, Program to Honor Two Runnerup Squads. Mason City's basketball teams, both finalists and bolh'runncrsup in the state championship touni.-i- j meats, will be guests of honor next Monday nigrht at a. sports baiujui't given by the Junior Chamber of Commerce, it was announced Wednesday Both the junior college squad, which went to the final game, losing to Albia, in the state jaysee tournament held at Mason City, and the high school team, which played against and lost to Ames in the E^GAZETTE S It's Bobby Against Field in Augusta Open Meet MOHAWKS IN MOVIES Muson City high school basketball men made their debut In motion pictures at DCS Moines last week-end, and wlJl star briefly in their home town from Wednesday to Friday. Pictures taken at the state finals basketball tournament will be shown in the current issue of Iowa News Flashes, starting at the C«cil theater Wednesday. state championship game at Drake fieldhouse last Saturday night, will be honored. The banquet will be held at the Hanford hotel at 6:30 Monday. Al though it will replace the regula meeting of the Junior Chamber o Commerce, any Mason City sport, fan may and is invited to attend Reservations may be made by call ing the Chamber of Commerce of fices in the Globe-Gazette building The telephone number is 146. Dr. G. E. Harrison is in charg of the program, which will includi a group of well-known Iowa coach es and sportsmen as speakers. TWO FALTER IN N-S GOLF MEET Second Round Finds Early Favorites by Wayside in Amateur Test. TINEHURST, N. Car., «B--The second round of the north and south amateur championship Wednesday found two of the early favorites Francis Ouimet, twice amateur and once open champion, and Sam Friedman, Jr., of Tuscaloosa, Ala. co-medalist, by the wayside. Ouimet was eliminated one up, in ie first round of match play by Bobby Dunkelberger, 16 year old High Point schoolboy who hac squeezed · into the championship Hight through a playoff, while Friedman bowed Z and 1 before W, E. Stockhausen of New York. George T. Dunlap, Jr., of New York, seeking his fifth north and south title, won easily from W. P. Sudd, Jr., of Durham, 6 and 4, in :he first round. He was paired with Tom Pierce of Rutland, Vt., who advanced over J. S. G. Rogers of New York, 6 and 4. ' Texas Net Star Has His Chance to Revenge Loss at New Orleans Tourney HOUSTON, JP--Wilmer Allison, STo. 1 tennis player of the nation, .as his chance to avenge the defeat .e took at the hands of 23 year old Vrthur Hendrix at New Orleans hree months ago. They are matched in the third ound of the River Oaks tourna ·nent, after breezing through their pening matches. The Davis Cup layer from Texas appeared in top orm as he brushed aside Carl malley, University of Texas, with- ut the loss of a game. Hendrix, Lakeland, Fla., ace, de- eated James Andrews, San Antono, 6-1, 7-5. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 'cw York- CV 3; Cleveland (A) 2. Chlcaso (It) 9; Brooklyn (X) 5 Philadelphia (N) 5: St. Ixnils (4) o Chicago (A) 3; Plttsbnrch ·) I Cincinnati (X 5; iVnjhJnslon (A)' 4. St. Ixrals (X) 11; Albany. Gn,, 4. Nemirli (1L) I; Neiv Vork (A) 2 Philadelphia (A) 11; KnoxvWc (SA) S Biggest Big Test to See Hero All Set Old Opponents of Pas Wizard Ready for Another Meet. By ALAN GOULD Associated press Sports Editor AUGUSTA, Ga., UP)--America golf'a biggest, most interesting non championship show, the third an nual $5,000 Augusta national invitation tournament, starts toinorro with a touch reminiscent of the ol Georgia battle cry--"Bobby Jone against the field." It may be expecting a great dea of the 34-year-old Atlantan to re capture his old time world chair pionship form, just for one tourna ment a year, but he's just shown enough of it during the past fe\ weeks, here and elsewhere, to mak his "comeback" prospects brighte than at any time in the last tbre years. Bookies Hitch Prices. Moreover the bookmakers, takin another hitch in their prices afte seeing Jones shoot the August course in 16 strokes under par, fo a 72 hole practice total of 27D, mac the Georgian a 10 to 1 shot. He wa one of the five choices in the al star field of 55 players, includin crack shots of Japan, Australia an Canada, as well as a hand picke group of American amateurs an professionals. Gene (double eagle) Sarazen, th 1935 winner, and tall Henry Picard Hershey, Pa., pro who faltere after setting a sizzling pace las spring, ruled the co-l'avorites at to 1 in the latest "call-over." In 10-1 Bracket. Bracketed with Jones, at 10 to 1 were Johnny Revolta, the brillian P. G. A. champion and W. Lawso Little Jr., world champion of th amateurs for the past two years who was sixth in the 1935 August! tournament. The veteran Walter Hagen wa expected to augment the field tha includes all of the former rivals o Jones in his championship days. On hand already were Bobb; Cruickshank, victim of Bob's firs" national open triumph in 1923 an hero of a practice 29 for nine hole Tuesday Johnny Farrell, who bea Jones In the 1928 open playoff; A Espinosa, a Jones victim in 1929 who motored 2,340 miles from Mex ico City, especially to play here and Johnny Goodman, Omaha ama teur, who upset the Georgian in thi 1929 national amateur. ALOONA KEGLERS END PIN BATTLES Lunch Closes Season for Al Teams; Courthouse Rats Win League Crown. ALGONA--A dutch lunch at the /egion hall Monday night climaxed -he Algona bowling league season 3han Dailey and Ed Butler won the round robin double matches, scoring 1175. C. Dailey and Henry Johannsen won the second place with 1,154 Hemy Johannsen won the single matches with 6ZS, Chan Dailey was second with 622 and Nick Maharas md 621. The high games for the season were rolled by Johannsen with 279, Dailey with 277, Johannsen with 268, Ed Butler and Jess Schmidt, 267, and P. H. Hemphill with 264. The highest individual average of the season was bowled by Schmidt, scoring 1831-3. Ernest Godfredson lad 182 and Don Smith had 180%. lie championship team of the sea- on was the Court House Rata who won 34 games and lost 26. yclones Wonder Whether They'll Play First Tussle AMES, UP)--The Iowa State col- ege baseball team, Big sis co- hampions last year, will open its 936 season with Simpson college ere Friday if the weather permits. Coach Joe Truskowski has six eterans back from the 1935 team. Says Charley Dressen: TAMPA, Fla.-- "The Cincinnati Reds are shooting high this year. It is my sincerest hope and the ambition of every member of the Reds to finish in the first division. We. arc e-oizi"- to make a determined effort to finish fourth. "Regardless of where we finish, I am sure we have a much improved balj club and at the finish of the season will show a lot more games won that last season. One thing that should be helpful in getting away to a flying start is the superior condition of the team. There is no doubt in my mind that as a result of our preliminary work in Puerto Rico, under perfect climatic conditions, we are farther along than the rest of the clubs. "This superior condition, particularly as to our pitchers, should make itself felt before June first. I am hopeful that we get away to a flying start, capitalize on our superior condition and then doggedly hang on in an effort to stick in the first division. The improved play that I expect of our young- infield, should be a big factor in our showing." BOBBY'D BETTER SAVE HOT SHOTS Later in the Week'He'll Need Best He Has in Masters' Tourney at Augusta. By EDDIE BRIETZ Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK, UP)--Mebbe Bobby Jones had better save some of those sub-par rounds for later in the week . . . President Ford C. Frick ia back- in town after touring National league training camps ... the Dodgers are. threatening to go to the post with a new man in every position . . . Charlie Dressen, who used to be the best in the majors, is schooling his young men in the art of signal snatching . . . Pop Foster is due here to select a training camp for Jimmy McLarnin, who fights Tony Canzoneri, May 8 ... Young Joe Di Maggio is doing all right . . . he was guest columnist In a New York paper the other day. · * * * Bobby Jones is proudest of his "grand slam"--winning four major titles in one year . . . but he al ways got his biggest kick out of trimming the crack pros . . . in 12 open tournaments--nine here and three in England, the famous At- lantan was second or better 11 times . . . he finished on top seven times and second, four . . . try to tie that one .. . Prof. Bill McCarney, the scholarly fight promoter, says Max Schmeling has a fine chanco to simply nu'n Joe Louis . . . Mike Jacobs immediately announced he would charge Sip for a top ... the Cardinals are said to be negotiating for Joe Stripp, the forgotten man of Brooklyn. * * * O. B. Keeler says Babe Didrikson can finish the first 10 in any open tournament she enters . . . she has the ideal build for a golfer, says Keeler -- broad shoulders, narrow hips and large hands and feet . they say Lefty Gomez has all his stuff back except control . . . the south ia so strong for Jimmy Braddock he's going on a third Dixie tour beginning April 10 ... Stuart Bell, Cleveland press, won the crawfish eating championship at a party Larry Gilbert pitched for the visiting newspaper boys at New Orleans last week . . . Sonja Heinie is glad she turned pro . . . says there are too many petty jealousies among European figure skating officials . also, her share of the gates isn't hard to take. * * * What's the situation in flatbush? . . Vice President Joe Gilleaudeau said the Dodgers can be bought for ?2,000,000 . . . President Stephen McKeever says they can't be bought at all . . .Vice President Joe Mulvey is still to be heard from. MAKES WONDERFUL TOAST Armory, Thurs., April 3 8 Big Bouts -- 32 Rounds Eddy H'bltf 149--P\VA Cnmp Billy Kujfcll MO John (Ilnlchl Mnrpt'y US Curly Harris MO I.«tn IeHock 143 Elmer (Bubo Falhncr 1.1.1--Manly Frank Murphy ISt Battling Sam 147 Frank IjCrf MS--PIV.4 Carap Farmer Anderson 159 Gll'n Dory 150 ·John T, Rehms 140--Manly Joe Campbell 130 Ilpx Moore 13.V--Manly Genera] admission 40c plus fax; women and children 25c plus fax: ringside l;c plus lax. AMEIMCAX REGION" SPONSORED STODDARDTAKES GAMES ON ALLEY Bowlers Have 1,041 Single to Top Night's Shooting, Get 2,960 Series. WOMEN'S LEAGUE Alters 1-Z--Style Shoppe T ». Florimrl. 3-*--Mickey Mvuae Tf, Diamond Bread, Stoddard's bowlers won three straight and topped the night'g exhibitions Tuesday as they rolled to a victory over the Old Timers in the City bowling league. The winning team had a 1,041 single and a 2,960 series for high marks. The Crane companv, Decker's Office and Decker's plant, won two out of three from their respective opponents. Standard Oil, the crippled International Motor Trucks and Gallagher's Pontiacs. Mickey Kaufman had a 243 single and a 617 total for the best individual figures. Bob Leewright Tries in National Y Event W1LKES-BARRE. Pa.. (,¥)--Al- though entries remain open for another day, the list of individuals in the national Y. M. C. A. wrestling championships here Friday and Saturday already includes several grapplers who should make determined bids for places on the American Olympic team. Hathaway to Get Outfield Spot With St. Louis Farm Bob Leewright of Mason City, Iowa, three times a National Guard titlist, will be a contender in the 155 pound division. First Seeding Reported. CLARKSVILLE--The first seeding reported in this locality, was nine acres of gopher oats with a mixture of timothy and clover by Fred Voss. Ethiopian soldiers, it seems, do not count for much with the Italians until the latter bag one, when they f '·'- often.--Weston, Ore., count him Leader. Mason City Bon Joins Beatrice Club for New Season. LOS ANGELES _ Cliff Hathaway, former Mason City high school and junior college.athlete, will join a chain team in the St. Louis Browns baseball system this summer, playing either in the Northern or the Nebraska State league. He will likely be sent to Beatrice, Nebr.. in the latter circuit, where the St. Louis club has a working agreement. The former Mason Cltyan was one of three players signed by Scout Willis Butler. He will report as an outfielder. One other outfielder and a pitcher were signed by the St. Louis representative. Hathaway has been an outstanding prospect at the National base-' ball school here, where he appeared in 45 games against Coast league and college talent. He batted .330 in 115 trips to the plate, and has developed his fielding and throwing far above the par that made him a high school star with Mason City's Iowa champion team. He will report to his club about April 20, and plans to come to Mason City next week for a brief rest before opening the season in the minor circuit. -* WRESTLING Ky THF, ASSOCIATED PRESS HKAni\r,. r«.--Yvon Robert, U1K. Minl- rcjll, defeated Fret! Grubnieler, 205, lima, "in. fall. .VE\V HAVE.V, Conn.--A[» Colcnmn, 2flfi, New Vnrli, detailed Emil Iu»ek, 210, Omnha. Nebr.. two falls out of three. NEWARK, N. J.--.Joe Cox, I2CI, Knnjm City, defeated ,!HC R»vnldl. 202, Three Oaks, Mich.. t*o falls out of three. SOLEM TO TALK WAVERLY, (UP)--Ossie Solem, head football coach at the University of Iowa, haa been chosen principal speaker at the Waverly high school football and basketball team banquet Monday evening, April 6. CLIFF HATHAWAY Lake Shore Athletic Club Sees Swiftest of Tankers )-- Their eyes on the 20 champions and CHICAGO, (/ 1936 Olympics, more than 150 challengers lined up Wednesday for the national A. A. U. senior men's and women's swimming and diving meet at the Lake Shore Athletic club. Four 1935 champions will be crowned in the opening program of the four day meet, which includes all of the senior championship events for both men and women in one pool for the first time in indoor amateur swimming history. EDDY WHITE AND BATTLING SAM IN LEGION TOP BOUT Local Card Ready Thursday With Seven Bouts on Night's Schedule. AMERICAN LEGION CARD M.iNon City Armorv. Thuradny Nljrht.* MAI.V EVENT hddy W Ota. Mumn Cllyl Flunk I.MI (158, Chlcnuol . l-IUEUMINAKIES TM " y) Itatillnr S»m Tlcdsenlck, 111.) Jr Billy ttarrtldl (11)0. Maion city) Farnwr Ander.cn armory ,m '? utcl1 XSr c " y) ««. Manly, Frank Murphy ' ' " C " y Mln DeB(1k U40. Manly) (14 j Mown City) Topped by the meeting- of Eddy White, Mason City transient camp welterweight, and Battling gam, that mysterious puncher who comes from Hedgewick, 111., Slim Craychee's American Ltgion boxing card will center the attention of sports fans on the local ling Thursday night. Battling Sam's chief claims to fame are three: 1. He is half Irish, half Greek. 2. He comes from Bat (The Durable Dane) Nelson's home town, 3. He says he killed three men in Chicago rings. Thcro'l] be some interesting action in the other bouts on th« card with Frank Levi of Chicago meeting a young high school puncher, Billy Rayfeldt; Glen Dory, former local ringster. who meets Curly Harris in what should be a topnotch fight, appearing again, and the former Holy Family football star, John "Butch" Murphy, whaling away at Farmer Anderson. pride of Clear Lake. The experienced Elmer -Babe' Falkner of Manly will meet Joe Campbell, while another fighter from the neighbor town will give Frank Murphy of Mason City plenty to do. John Relims is a third Manly puncher on the card, and will meet Leon DeRocl;. former Family, Elmer Fritz, another football great from Holy who distinguished himself in another ring appearance here recently, may fight if an opponent can be found for him. Scheduled with Leo O'Gorman for the top event of the card, the meeting 6f the heavyweight youngsters was canceled by O'Gorman's illness. ON THE AIR FRIDAY NIGHT, A P R I L 3 6 O'clock 5 I- WOI AMES 670 KC THEY'RE THE TOP! THOSE 24 IOWA high school basketball stars who will be named on the third annual all-state team announced by the Iowa Daily Press Association. . . , CHOSEN BY THE "Jury of 1,000" . , , the real basketball experts of Iowa . . , the coaches and officials. . . . WHO SUBMITTED their votes to the sports editors of the 30 Iowa Daily Press Association newspapers. . , . IT'S AUTHENTIC! ... the honor team chosen after a search into every corner of Iowa. . . . IT'S GIGANTIC! , . . the list of 60,000 candidates from which the 24 honored players were chosen. , . , YOU'LL WANT TO read every word about these lucky fellows in your Iowa Daily Press Association newspaper . . . the FRIDAY, APRIL 3 * (Hear "Andy"--Andy Woolfries, who covered the state basketball tournament for his station -- Louis Menze, Iowa State College coach -- Al Mitchell, Mason City Globe-Gazette sports editor -- reviewing the careers of Iowa's All-Staters. Remember, 6 o'clock, Friday evening, from WOI, 670 Kilocycles).

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