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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 24 HI'1937 ELEVEN 27 TO 22 THRILL GAME MAX BAER GETS TWO BOUTS FOR RING COMEBACK Schmeling May Be Claiman of Heavy Crown if N. Y. Cornish Bars Champ. NEW YORK, (/P)--Max Adelbert Baer, who was ready to re- lire from the ring for good aftei dropping his heavyweight championship to Jim Braddock and then absorbing a beating from Joe Louis, is back in the midst ot the f i g h t argument with two bouts waiting for him. Max has contracts lor a bout in England May 6 against either Ben Foord or Tommy Far'r and fot a bout here against Bob Pastor in Madison Square Garden March 19. He also has a British pro. moler, Brig. General Alfred Cecil Ci-itchley, on hand to persuade him to go through with the London fight, May Settle Plans. The affair may be settled at a meeting of the New York state athletic commission, when the Pastor bout will come up for approval. Max was summoned for questioning about his often damaged hands and perhaps some other matters, before the New York solons would approve the match.·"" Meanwhile Critchlcy is demanding a showdown. "Either Bacv goes through with my offer or I'm through with him," he said. "I don't want any part of him if he fights Pastor. Personally, I think it's silly for him to fight Pastor. If he beats him, what has he gained? Nothing. If he loses, he's through. Must Leave March 3. "My agreement with Ancil Hoffman (Baer's manager) was that Baer is not to engage in any fights, before May 6. In fact, I've assured him two fights and he'll get $20,000 for each, bout, plus limited expenses.-The second will be against Walter Neusel." Hoffman, cannily figuring on getting at least one good bout, inserted a clause in the Baer-Pastor contract requiring the garden to obtain the New York commission's approval on Feb. 10. So far as is known, that hasn't been given yet so Max is free to decide eithei way. However, Critchley says he'll have to leave here March ! if he's to make the London campaign. BttADDOCK MAY LOSE TITLE-IN" NEW YOKK While everyone concerned in the Braddock-S( jmeling-Louis fight feud remained silent, reports were cm-rent that Braddock would be deprived of his title by the New York commission if he should fai! to appear for the June 3 bout with Max Schmeling. However no action is due for some time. According to its regular proceure, the commission can'l assume Braddock will not show up until he fails to comply with its rule requiring him to be in training within its jurisdiction for five days preceding the bout. It also was reported that Schmeling would lay claim to the crown if it was taken from Braddock. In that case Max probably would be matched with the best available heavy weight and the winner recognized in New York as champion. Even then it wouldn't have much, if any, effect on the .Braddock- Louis Chicago bout. ALBIA JAYSEE CLUB TO BEAT Iowa Champions Favorite to Retain Crown for College Cagers. MARSHALLTOWN, (#}--Twenty-three teams will start play here Thursday for the state junior college basketball championship. Albia, 193G champion, again appears the team to beat for the title. The club has averaged 49 points a game for 17 contests and is champion of the southern Iowa conference. Albia will play its ; first game against Marshalltown at 3:20 Thursday afternoon. Other teams entered: Boone, Maquoketa, Eagle Grove, Ellsworth, Burlington, Graceland, Chariton, Estherville, Centerville, Fort Dodge, Clarinda, Emmetsburg, Waukon, Waldorf, Red Oak, Northwestern, Washington, OSCR- ola, Muscatine, Mason City and Sheldon. Dumont Indies Take Hampton Court Test DUMONT--Dumonl's Independents defcaled the Hampton Independents 37 to 24. Hampton had won in two other games. BOXING Mason City Armory Thursday, Feb. 25th KLOMP vs. MICKELSON COTTER vs. HARRIS, Tickets United Cigar Store Trices 25c, 10c, fi5c, 75c, Tax Included Northsiders Take Lead for Win by Late Fire at Goals S^core Tied Six Times When Local Squads Play in Champion Contest. Six Times Knotted HOLY FAlMlLf--27 · Shots FG KT FTM TF PU f ... I I.aushlin I .. 0 C. Z i e g l e r t . '17 De GregOrio t 3 VtS t ;.· 0 Mcehe c ...-. 10 II. Zlesler g . 7 Cavanaugh p 4 TOTALS 15 11 5 -1 JOHAWKS-- J* Shols FG FT FT.1I PF P(.i Balek f !l It o i .t (k :t t I I t :t don t ~, it ·; ^ i ;* c K -i 1 i i .·; Chtlle C iv Mariile I.* .larash jf Pet ITS mi TOTALS 311 It i; Score by quarter*:' H O L Y F A M I L Y J O H A W K S R e f e r e e : Lloyrl S m i t h . I BUFFALO SQUAD TOP CAGE TEAM Lake Mills to Oppose First Place Cagers in Windup Test of Conference. NORTH IOWA C O N f E H E N C E IV. L. Iluffaln Center - S n Clear Lake 7 | NortliM'ootl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . { U ]*elmorL(l ^ :( Forest City :i r. Luke Mills ·· i; Rrilt ,. I i G a r n e r ; ... i g Pet. j.ntm .S7.1 .--.·ill . i -.1 .lit BUFFALO CENTER--The undefeated Buffalo Center high school basketball team meets a much improved Lake Mills team in the final game of the North Iowa conference Friday night, at Buffalo Center. The Lake Mills cagers defeated the fast Forest City team last week. They were also finalists in the Winnebago county basketball tournament. DAVEYS BLAST PINS ON ALLEY Kozy Korner Close Behind in Tight Series for Local Outfits. Moose Lodge, the Old Timer; and Hugh Davey and Son were the winning outfits, each taking two games, in Tuesday night's City league bowling, with the Daveys on top of the pile when the pins were counted, on a total of 2,838--and Kozy Korner close on their heels with 2,837. Sloddard's, Cottage Grill-Blue Ribbon and Kozy Korner were the losing outfits. Ed Shannon, with a 245 and COO series, earned the individual honors, while L. A. "Al" Moc and Barney Duncan each trailed by a pin in three game records, wilh 599's. Thu lop teams failed lo reach the total of 2,»4L, shot by Tyler- Ryan Monday night. Bert Krall -was the best Monday night scorer with a 606 scrier, instead of Rube Johnson, with a 602, Secretary Hans G. Pusch announced after re-checking the records. COTTAGE GH1I.L Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av. Kauclairo . . . . . . liiji Kio 1!)7 r.lo 172 Hanson lli:l I5G [Klj 5u;3 1UH Hail I7K iia na sio i--: nel ' 'Ml 181 171 rul! 1H5 Wolske 13!) |«i Ma 518 ISLI A c t u a l Pins ., 8.'!l 8,11 1WJ H a n d i c a p ---- li.i mi tia 19s ;; MI! TOTAL PINS .. !K3 !17 1I1I6 2838 OLD TIMEUS Players-- 1st 2nd ;rtl Total Kulu 17!) 172 2nr» .i,',7 IHfi S e n n .irio ii.i mi ,vy i';-, D e c k e r loii I(i7 K!j .],-,;{ i.-,i A d a m s l~,r, IKS IttX .Till m Bender .... Itili 2U3 Ju;l Wi 187 A c t u a l Pin's .. 7!I7 H7r» H a n d i c a p .... n? G2 H7i; li'l Kll 1013 281J MS TOTA1, PINS illOOSF. I . O I I G K Players-- Ut 2nd 3rd Total Ferrias Jft! 1H;1 IXi) rrili Clausen M« |;|) l.ly .j|;{ J. Humphrey .. 103 ifi;t n::{ ,-,u D n i i l o n 15.-, W.I 20:) i!)7 Berry H5 I T2 IG7 .^o 1 A c t u a l Pins Handicap . 8:11 fin SSI! oa lift in I!U ion sra 08 TOTAL PINS .. 00-.' JMK !M.1 iVl STOBDARD'S Players-- 1st 2nd :trfl Total Ilouman . . . . . . . 1111 ir,2 i;y .|[)2 Stevenson nv; ICfi I7;l Kltey lor, MIS 2111 Seel 20;; 175 I!IK Esiick ins mi isr. A c t u a l Pilis H a n d i c a p fOT.U, PINS K O Z Y :« 830 !JM l!l ID l:t .-ni ifiri flUl 117 IAyrr\-- I. Duncan ... ^rrman iV. P n n r i a n .. -'. D u n c a n ... Actual Pins Handicap 1st 2ml :iril Tola Mr; I.Vt i:7 |un -Jn.- Ifi7 [:,! IVJ ·:i I 0117 . 831 839 »0!l JIGM . no fifi (jli 108 Av. nil Jli7 ra ins 817 111 Kii; Av. vim 177 1.-.7 177 Hi!) am TO Dili Av. Ml IS TOTAL PINS .. 807 003 373 18.17 HUGH DAVEY AN1 SON Flayers-- 1st 2nd 3rd Tola! "oe 105 Iltl 2JI 599 nnon 107 138 215 COO I.ivey ISO. 151 171 515 "ollini 10.1 1C1 178 SCU '«· 1~3 171 201 5J8 Actual Pins .. 010 ml 101!) S7!B Handicap . . . 15 15 15 .(,7 TOTAL PINS . . Sl'lt fi;a HO! JiSfi "oifi WALDORF TALKS DUBUQUE, (/P)_Lynn Waldorf, Northwestern university footbnll coach, .will speak at an athletic K|i;el at the Y. IW. C. A. here March 2!). :·*.- By AL MITCHELL Globe-Gazette Sports Editor If you like to get the greatest value for your basketball price of admission, you shouldn't have missed seeing Holy Family win the Mason City Catholic championship Tuesday night. T h e Northsiders defeated St. Joseph's Joluuvks. 27 to 22, and a hurried trip to the record books failed to show t h a t there ever ha.s been a local game like the championship contest. In the first place, t h a t f i n a l lead o£ five points was the biggest margin either team held during the game. Once during the contest, the Johawks held a four-point edge-that was just before the whistle ended the third quarter. On one other occasion, the Jo- hawks held a three-point lead, but Holy Family led by the same margin a minute later. Score Tied Six Times. Otherwise, the score was tied, ot- the leading team of the moment had an edge of not more than two points. The score was lied six times at !-2, 9-9, 11-11, 13-13, 15-15, 2222. The Johawks look a two-point lead lo slart the game, on free throws. Then Jack Muehe tied it up with a pivot- shot and Dick Hughes put the Northsiders ahead with a running tip-in. Holy Family held a 6 to 5 edge as the firsl period ended, after Hughes had found another setup and Tom Peterson had snapped through a setup for the Johawks. Peterson's long goal put the Jo- hawks out in front as the second period got under way, and Bill Colloton pushed a one-handed shot through to give Ihe Johawks a 3 to 6 edge. Johawks Lead al Half. But Cyril "Babe" Zicglcr tossed one from far out, Robert "Boob" Cavanaugh added a free throw to tie the count, and Muehe sent Holy Family ahead again with a lip-in from under the goal. Even then, the Johawks tied-the score and grabbed the lead again at the half, when Peterson and Joe Madden connected. The Johawlcs held a 13 to 11 edge when the teams went in for-their rest. But things didn't stand still long, for Harold : - Zieg'ler -"-bounded through a setup,'and Muehe tipped in another to put Holy Family in front by 15 to 13 as the second half opened, and the Johawks had to tie things up as Eddie Jarosh anglod one from the left. Four Points Ahead. From the same angle Jarosh found a second goal to put the Southsiders into the lead at 17 to 15. and free throws by Peterson and Madden gave the Johawks a 19 to 15 edge as the third period ended. Three Norlhsiders, Muehe, Ca- vanaugii, a n d B a b e Z e i g l e r , changed things right away, as soon as the last session opened, when they counted in one-two- three order on a free throw and two setups, to gel back the lead at 20 to 19. Cavanaugh's free throw added a point to. the edge, but the score went right back to a tie as Chute counted three points on a southpaw pivot shot and a free try, after Babe Ziegler had also scored a free chance. It was 22-22 with three minutes to go. Johawk Attack Breaks. Right there the Johawk attack broke, as Cavanaugh dribbled under the goal for a setup, Harold Ziegler added a free shot, and Muehe rolled in an extra goal from under the basket to set the f i n a l score at 27 to 22. The winners had held the lead four times d u r i n g the game, the Johawks had also led four times, and the count had been knotled six times, according to the running score. Little Johawks Win JOHAWKS--in tc (t i C h u t e f n i McGrane t 1} (t Coyle t 2 2 Herzor t [HOLY F A M I L Y -- I I te It nf i n 2 0 0 2 i n n T.tColIolon c 1 t 2 Connor Bieth c Lailrhlin Smith ( Diaz r 0 0 I Dl Grerorio f II 0 2 1 1 2 Rurnett c II 1 3 Johnson c 1 II 2|Brasser g 0 .1 1 u n 1 ··J 5 13 TOTALS I 510|TOTALS Score by n,uarler;: LITTLE J O H A W K S I 7 12 T:| HOLY FAMILY :| .1 S II Free throw.? missed: Little .lojum-ks 8; Holy Family 9. R e f e r e e : Smilti. The Little Johawks, winners in Ihe first meeting between ilie local reserve teams, clinched their share of the glory Tuesday night when they dcCcalcd (heir Holy f a m i l y opponents, 13 to 11 in another close contest. The Little Johawks were in front all the way atlcr Ihc second period saw the score tied at 5-5, however, and it was only a late rush by the Northsiders that kept the score close at the end. PLAY LATE GAME VENTURA -- Ventura h i g h school's basketball game with Hanlontown, postponed from a previous date because of bad weather, will be played Wednesday night if possible. It is the final game of Vcnlura's schedule. BLOOMFIELD WINS CENTERVILLE, (/P) -- Bloom- 'icld j u n i o r college defeated Ccn- erville Juniors 44 to 41 for its 'irst victory nf the season here Tuesday night. GLOBE-GAZETTE S Fairfield, Burlington Top District 1 North Iowa vs. North Iowa Iowa Falls Groppler Is Winner Over Cresco Ace at Ames. AMES--Lawrence Hamilton of Iowa Falls, 126-pound wrestler on the Iowa Slate college team, accomplished a feat Monday n i g h t that other men had failed to do in 42 previous consecutive matches. The Cyclone senior, wrestling the last home meet of his collegiate career, won a decision over Don Maland, University of Iowa sophomore, during Iowa State's 24 \2 to 7V 2 victory over the Hawk- eyes. Maland, whose home is in Cresco, in his 42 matches previous to the one with Hamilton, was unbeaten. On the way to this winning string he won slate high school and midwest A. A. U. titles. Hamilton, also a 'lonner state high school champion, was Big Six runncrup in the 118-pound class a year ago, and this season he has lost only two decisions in nine matches. YOUNG NEEDING PLENTY POINTS Purdue Forward Must Score 27 Counters in Two of Games to Set Top. CHICAGO, (fi)--Jewell Young, Purdue's Southpaw forward who has scored only 12 points in his last two games, must score 27 points in the two remaining tills on the Boilermaker schedule to establish a new all-time Big Ten individual scoring mark. Young has 141 points to his credit and, u n t i l Minnesota and Michigan slowed him down, appeared likely to tie or break Joe Reiff's record of 167 points for a season, made in. 1933. Before Purdue's last two game's Young had averaged better than 16 points a contest. Harry Combes, versatile Illinois forward and guard, held second place with 104 points, with Mike McMichael of Norlhwestern third with 94. THE LEADERS G TG FT FTM Yoniir.. f. 1'nrduc . . . . HI o7 27 8 Combes, f-r, I l l i n o i s . . . . HI -II 22 11 Mcaiichnel. f. Norlhu-csrrn !) :ili 2'J 7 TWnsend. f, MJehTjrall . . . 3 2« :lt) 8 G l I I I M i l i K . f, ' " III I n d i a n a Stephens. T, ildlii'r.toii. , M i n n e s o t a K u n i l l a . r. Minnesota Ger. c. Michigan . Uooney, f. Wisconsin 11 35 2! 3,i 11 13 Algona High Winner in Paton Mat Scrap ALGONA--AlgoiKi high school defeated Paton 20 to 6 in a short- weight wrestling malch here Tuesday night, winning two decisions and four falls. THE SUMMARY 85--Bflic (PI itcciiioMct! Keilson (A) r.:iO. Sj-- l-rerlc-rit-Vson (!·) MccKinnc.l Deal CA) :t:03. TU3 -- CrUvcll (A) (lecisroned Woillujr P) ti:OII. I l i V - S c h o h y f A t h r e w Sir.lrr I P ) :i:ID. !'-*'»--Vcra ( A ) t h r e v r S m i t h t P ) .-i:.-!!!. I ~ J -- A n n r r s o n ( A ) tlcciionr.d W a p n ( P ) (1:00. 13.1-- Alathlsnn fA) t h r c i v Fov ( P ) .1:a». 1.15--na tin-* rl (A) l l i r e w W c u l i n g (P) 2:;18. Duhawks Win in Long Tussle With Ambrose DAVENPORT, (/P)--Saint Ambrose almost toppled Columbia out of the lown conference basketball lead here Tuesday night, but the Duhawks lied the score in the last 30 seconds and won a 25 to 21 overtime decision. FIRST ROUND TESTS MUST BE ON SHEET BY THURSDAY NIGHT First round singles and doubles in the Decker Brotlicrs- Y. M. C. A. ping pong tournament must be completed by Thursday night, it was announced from the Y. M. C. A. Wednesday. First and second round games will be two out of three, with 21 points as the winning total. All scores must be posted in the lobby, and games must be played according to the dates set, it was also announced. Forfeits may be claimed after due effort to contact opponents for matches, and the approval of tournament officials. Players arc to procure their own referees in all but the tinal contests. TROJANS RATED SHADE BEST OF SOUTHERN FIVES Basketball Holbed Produces Usual Quota of Standout Teams in Cage Race. ( K D I T O K ' S NOTK: J - n l l n i v i n e . i s I h e first of a s e r i f s on t h e h i r h s rhool ·scr.tionnl oajkelball t o u r n a m e n t s . ) - By L. E. SKELLEY Associated Tress Sports Writer. DES MOINES, (IP)--Fairfield's Trojans and Burlington's Gray- hounds are the teams to watch in Iowa's first high school basketball district. Traditionally a basketball hotbed, the district again has produced its quota of standout teams to battle for the state championship. Fairfield and Burlington, both members of the Ijlllo Six conference, on the basis of their performances appear to have the edge over the other class A teams which will parlicipale in the sectional tournaments starting next week. Critics predict t h a t cither Fairfield or Burlington will bo Ihe first districts class A representative at the state championship tournament at Des Moines, March 18, 19 and 20. Edge tu Fair-field. The edge, they claim, belongs to Fairfield despite a 27. to 26 licking by the Grayhounds last week. Fail-field will compete in its own sectional and Burlington will play at Keokuk. They're certain, critics claim, to advance to the district tournament a week later. Emmett Mowery, O 11 u m w a Courier. sports editor, asserts: "It's the Trojans in a walk, and they'll also win the district." The Trojans are a veteran team, all sharpshooters. They lack reserves but the boys are rugged and can stand the torrid pace. Coach L. A. Gkienkin has broughl the leam along cxperlly and he'll have his boys set for the tournament grind. · Burlington Comeback. Burlington, weakened by the loss of Ralph White, forward, and Tommy Si.-esens, guard, at midyear, has swung back into a fast stride and will be hard to stop in tournament play. Ottumwa, one of the 1G finalists to reach Des Moines last year, probably will win the class A title in the Bloomfield sectional. That, however, is about as far as Ottumwa will. go. Only one man who played in Ihe state tournament last season is on the present team, and. only the fact that the Bloomfield opposition will be exceplionally weak makes Ihe Bulldogs a favorite. Eddyville, winner of the Wapello county and Chiquaqua conference titles, and Albia, an in-and- outer, are the top teams in class A at Albia. It's n toss-up, with a Ihiu edge, very thin, to Albia, fllelrosc Is Tops. Mclrose, with Walter O'Connor, a clever little forward, is the number one club in class B at Albia. Williamsburg apparently h a s the power to win the class A division at its own sectional. It is a rangy club led by Homberg, forward, and O'Neill, center. Parnell is the class of the B division at Williamsburg. The Irish have lost only one game this season. It'll be a battle between Winfield and New London for class A honors at Winfield. The Henry county title went to Winfield with the winners beating New London on the way to the championship. Yarmouth, Des Moines county champion, Louisa, county runner- up, and Wyman arc especially slrong class B teams at Winfield. Herts Tops, Too, Centerville's Reds, not as well known as the Redeltes, state girls' champions, may take some of the play from the feminine interest by winning the class A title at Cen- lerville. The Reds are rated slightly better than Allerton, Corydon and Mystic. Rathbun, beaten only twice this year, looms as a cinch for class B laurels at Contervilie. The Kcota class A lacks an outstanding team with Leota, Washington, Sigourney, Delta and W c l l i n n n entered. Marlinsbui-g is the best of the class B teams. Charley Dressen to Shoot at Top Money CINCINNATI, (/PJ--C h a r 1 e y Dressen, who at the start of two past seasons has forecast accurately where his Cincinnati Reels would finish in the National league pennant race, scanned his roster and expressed hope "that we'll take fourth place." "But," he added, quickly, "I'm not making any predictions. If we can finish fourth, we can finish in first place just as well, the way the teams stack up now. They are mighty evenly matched." He referred to first-division club.s at the close of the IMG senson: New York, Chicago, St. Louis and Pittsburgh, in order. Hansell High Girls Scrap for New Basketball Title Sectional Tourney to Face Prep Squad This Week; Woodley Leads Six. HANSELL--Led by Toppy Woodley, .star forward of last season, Hansell high school's girls will open a bid for new state basketball honors when they start play in a sectional contest at Lati- mcr this week-end. The team was third in last year's title race. Hansell will meet Geneva Friday in the first round of the tournament at Latimer, bolh teams having drawn first round byes as the tournament pairings were made. Thse' local cagers are also scheduled to play Alexander in the final game of the Franklin county tournament at Sheffield as soon as highways are cleared of snow and a date can be arranged. " Toppy has scored 319 points this season, against some of the strongest teams in the state, including American Inslilute o£ Business of Des Moines, Wellsburg high school, another state finals contender of last season with Hansell, as well as Sheffield and Aplington, ranking North Iowa outfits. Her highest scores for singles games were 37 and 33 points. Mike'n Mike ' Trade Pokes at Legion Go Klomp, Mickelson to See Action Here in Main Event Thursday. L E G I O N B O X I N G CAItU M A I N E V K N T M i k e K l o n i p , 1711. Lime S p r i n t s , vs. MEkc. M i c k c l s o n , 1811, A u t l n , M i n n . 181. S l i M I W l N U U P Leonard Cotlcr. HiS, Austin, M i n n . , vs. Curly Harris, 15:,, Mason City G ) . P R E L I M I N A R I E S -George K.-itz, liiii, Mason City, I-A. An- dreiv Jackson, 158, Mason City - s ) , Leon Ilcltock, 112, Mason City, vs. Krmiy Thompson, I:(K, Austin, Minn. (u). Mike Martin, Ml, Mason City, vs. Mickey M f c k e l s n n , IH!J, Austin, flllnn, H). Hid Feivins, nil), Slanan City, vs. Sonny M c E l r o y , IGl, Mason City (O. R E F E H K K : Carl Meyers. Osaje. TIME: 8:;(n TliurMlay night. i'LACC: Mason City armory. Both attempting to regain lost prestige, Mike Klomp and Mike Mickelson will battle for honors in the eight round main event ot the Legion boxing show at the armory Thursday night. Klomp, the pride of Lime Springs, was outpointed by Jarring Joe Hearity of Mason City in the top spot of the last show, while Mickelson was decisioned by another Mason Cityan, Kenny Bauer, on the same card. Before tliat both had made impressive showings here. Klomp with a four round kayo against Kid Fly, and Mickelson by flattening Kenny Sawyer in two cantos. Leonard Cotter, Austin veteran, will meet Curly Harris of Mason City in the six round semiwindup. It will be Cotter's first appearance in a local ring this season. Harris registered a two round semiwindup. It will be Colter's first appearance in a local ling Ihis season. Harris registered a two round technical knockout over W. C. Bobby of Charles Cily in his last start. Kenny Thompson, another vet from Austin, has been matched against Lenn DeRock of Mason City and Geoi-fie Katz of Mason City tangles with Andrew Jackson, another local boy, in a pair of five round scraps. Mike Martin, promising Mason Cily welterweight, is scheduled lo scrap Mickey Mickelson, also of Austin, in a four round bout, and Kid Fcwins and Sonny McEIroy will open the show in an all-local middleweight fight. Carl Meyers of Osage will again referee, Promoter Walt Irving stated Wednesday. Wesleyan Cagers in Win at Parsons Tilt MOUNT PLEASANT, (/P)_ George Stein, Iowa Wesleyan forward, scored three field baskets in the last three minutes to give the Tigers a 48 to 42 victory over the Parsons cjuinet here Tuesday night. Diamond Bread Takes Cage Game on Margin Scored Early in Play Diamond Bread's Bakers of Mason Cily defeated Sheffield's Athletic club at Sheffield Tuesday night. 47 to 30, leading nil the \vn. The Bakers were nut in front by 17 to 10 at the h a l f . Eckhardl and Culver looked best for the home team with 10 and eight points, while Boycr, Herbener, MacDonald and Humphrey all scored heavily for the Mason Cityans with Isaacson playing a fine defensive game. The Bakers play the Fertile Indians at Fertile Thursday night. THE BOXSCORE DIA. B R E A D -- 1 7 [SHEFFIELD-- 30 If H P'l !f I t f! H u m p h r e y f I n H ; C u l v e r f 4 0 1 I.ennan f 0 0 OJ Holmes f n 0 0 Ilerherer t II o D]Morehonse t 1 0 0 M a c D n i u M c r, II !| C e k h a r d t c , 7 0 0 I*a;ir*on { I II 0;n\tne f l l n y e r t 7 1 ( I t.etlrinr. p TOTALS .Srnre hr n D I A M O N D n J l R A I ) . . . sur.i'KJEi.n A. r. . . Kelere.r,: T l m m e r m a n . IJTOr.M.S I.I » TOPPY WOODLEY, Hampton High Winner in Humboldt Tussles HAMPTON -- Hampton higl school nosed out Humboldt 29 to 28..in. a Tuesday night bosketbal game, as Harmon led the attack from center with 10 points. The Humboldt reserves won 26 to 13 and Latimers' reserves defeated the Hampton junior high school team 13 to 11 in preliminary games. PITT CAMPUS IN TURMOIL ABOUT COACH BLOWUPS Sutherland Predicts Feuds Will Be Settled Before Week Reaches End. PITTSBURGH, (If) -- Campus leaders threatened Wednesday to :aJl protest demonstrations if Dr. John B. (Jock) Sutherland resigns as head coach of the Uni- I'crsity of Pittsburgh's f o o t b a l l team because of a disagreement w i t h university athletic authori- lics. Fraternity men, student heads and alumni lined up solidly behind the "silent Scot" and rallied support for the outbursts despite Sutherland's prediction in Endicott, N. Y., where he spoke on a "good will" tour, that the differences would be settled. He will return to Pittsburgh for a conference with university officials. He scoffed at reports he intended to resign, adding: "There are a lot of persons that seem to know more about the situation than I do. I'd like to toll 'em not to be loo sure that I'm going to quit." Earlier, he had said he would "not resign willingly." He declared'the trouble between him and \V. Don Harrison, athletic director, developed over pocket money allowances for the Pitt players after the Rose Bowl game New Year's day in Pasadena, Cal. Campus sources said today t h a t Harrison gave each player $7. Sutherland, they said, declared it tou little, and took from his own pocket enough to increase each player's allowance to $11. Emmetsburg High in Win at Miiford Game EMMETSBURG -- Emmetsburfi high school defeated Miiford 21 to 15 Tuesday night, leading 13 to 6 at the halfway mark and going on to win as Beatty made nine points. Kilph led Miiford with eight. Emmctsburg's reserves won 32 to 13 in a preliminary game. Forest City Indies . . . Win in Fertile Test FOREST CITY--Forest City's Independents defeated Fertile 51 to 27, in a Tuesday night basketball game, as Aspenson led the attack with 26 points, while Ouverson scored eight to top Fertile. Morningside Nearer to Conference Crown SIOUX CITY, f.P)--Morningside college was in a position for a possible North Central conference championship as the result of a 22 to 20 victory over South Dakota university here Tuesday night. 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