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' ' X, DANIELS' SERVICE FIVilNS TJJREE pakla^Pontiacs Wi -of 2841 to: 2(598. T----« 3 SCHEDULE -' ; - Fireslde, Fuel vs. Decker's lowanas; on Alleys' 1 1 and 2 at "7:45.' ' . :' t \ · . ' ' ' ' ' -. -Lyons' Cleaners vs. Herman- .son Bros.-Dairy on'alleys S and ' 4 at 7:45. ' ; . ; ;. ; , ... ~ Joe baniels! service team finished Its .league schedule:;ia' : great style Wednesday '-evening ' by V ! winning three' games straight from -"the Northwestern States Portland "Cement office five. Two games were won by close : 'margins.-'.·· Frank Pirkl, leadoff man of the cement five, closed the season asi tie'started it with a 600 score. He was ; high all around in league competition for the. evening,by,. ahootlDg- 244 for a hlgh;'single .and a three game'total of 602. He" won,' the-theater tickets and also a free .haircut from the B.. and p. 1 b a r b e r . ' . . · . * · ' . !.'. "At a special' match 1 , : \the Mason City .Oakland-Pontiac team defeat'_ed' an Albert 'Lea five 1 with a total ·:,pt ,2841 to 2698.-.The Minnesota' men Tiad ·. a few pins - on the local team m the' second game, of : the series but .the boys stepped': out and pulled · down a scpre of 1040 in the final F Wall was .'high in the single columri'with 265.' Babe Eauclaire took all. honor's in'the three game . total by" shooting scores' of . 235, '220 and 210 to total 665. GLOBE x MASON CITY,.IOWA, MARCH 12 JBlvi931 · ' " ·' · ' '· ' - · FIVE NATIONS IN HANDICAP ·· N. W. ST. F. Pirkl . . ; Leonard . 1 : ,Abbotfe .... ;.,Hansen. ·" Brake! .. 4 . Handicap .. i OEMENT .?244 · 178 '. .157 124 .. 165' 175 '. .121 . 114 .. 161 .. 147 '.'.· 72 ,72 OFFICE 180 602 139 420 3.67 507 168 403 200 508 72 216 Totals. . . . h l 9 2 6 . 810 9262656 ,Team average; 2656-- -.885 · ' · ' - . JOE DAJlIEts' SERVICE · Paulson ....;. ,'iisi 170 . 212 563 Patton ...... I.14S 153 155 451 Romey . ..... .176 130 161 467 Parks ... ;...;. 171 .169 168 G08 ·Forge .....·;.. 172 -176 137 485 Handicap ·..*;. iioi 101 101 803 Totals :'. . . .'.944 -"899 934 2777 Team average 2777--925 , - OAKIiAND.-PONTIACS ! 180 '179 265 624 «65 B. , Wm. Duncan ..170- 180 227 677 F. Duncan ---- 172 ;i74 174 fi20 Totals 907 89410402841 Team average 2841--947. ALBERT X.EA. HV: Johnson ...193-. r 190 154 537 D. Johnson-...213 ,203 204 620 N. Peterson ...135,MSI 151 437 , F. Robinson . ;.167.212 190 569 I. Johnson ....151 222 152 525 - Totals ...'.v. .859 988 851 2698 Team average 2688i--889 NORA SPRINGS OVO. 1 Bocck .........156 187 165 -508 Frudden ......169.102 148 419 Gashel ...108 146 144 398 Loyd ;....'.;.. .'135 141 , 134 410 Bellows ....'.. .128 134 142 404 Agua -Galiente : for Turf ^ War » Totals ......696 720 7232138 Team average 2139--713 NORA SPRINGS NO. 2 Jones .........139,111 143 393 Moose ..123 121 134 378 Munger ,. .143 151 ^ 135 429 Larson 128 128 96 352 Earl in 101: 104 316 Totals .. 644 632 6121888 Team average 1888-^629 IOWA .CONFERENCE DES MOINES, March 12. ur^- Final Iowa conference standings:: .Team ·-m r "-·;. pif. O .P.' Central 10 Mornlngsldf--x ..... i Upper Iowa g Luther 12 State Teacher* \ . s St. Ambrose ,..;; ^ , . 9 Iowa Wealeyan ..i.. a Parsons ......... 7 Bucna Vista. ..... 5 Simpson ....,,.;.. 4 Columbia 2 Western Union i Dubuque ...T..'..-.. o Perm 0 1.000 0 1.000' 2 , .800 .4 · .750 3 .727 6 -80O' * -.600 5 t .E83 7 .417 0 . .307 7 -. .222 .100 .000 .000 10 31 ,209 442 381 389 273 350 348 231 536 205 276 308 '. 27 238 339 290 340 268 3S8 338 '414 270 320 ·353 An eastern university is a v n e students to swallow balloons in- a diet experiment. An3 to think that l^n* J ew month3 baseball pitchers will blow up free of charge! Glraxdeau MissoaKan. B* PRO TEAMS REST UP FOR QUARTER FINAL CONTESTS Kansas City Tourney Field Is_ Narrowed to a List of Eight Teams. V KANSAS CITY,.March 12. (If, Eight teams remaining- In' the National A."A. ,U. basketball tournament rested -Thursday in preparation for the quarter final tussles. The last pair of sanies pit the two remaining- college quintets against the outstanding contenders for the title now held by the Henry's of Wichita, Kans. Bethany college of Lindsborgy Kans., meet the Henry's while the East · Central Teachers of Ada, Okla., tangle with the Los Angeles Athletic club. In the other hs.lf of the titular bracket, the Big- Four team of Cincinnati, Ohio,, meets ' t h e : Young: Men's institute, San Francisco, and the Kansas City Athletic club faces the Lowe 'and Campbell five of St. Louis; The Henry ^''Wednesday beat De Paul university, Chicago,' 27 -to 16. Los Angeles A. C. eliminated the South. Side Turners, Indianapolis, 33 to 14, The. Ascension club, Minneapolis, fell before the Lowe, and Campbell club,. 22. to 23. The Bethr any Swedes downedj'the Phillips "66" ' club,. Bartlesville, Okla., '23 to 19. . " . · , } Golf'Moves West; CHICAGO, March, /12. ..., *.,,*. national intercollegiate golf championship will be held in. the middle west for the first time June 23-27, at Olympia fields. BOXING TONIGHT THURSDAY Armory 8:30 Sharp 9-BOUTS-9 Get Seats Now At Boyd'g Cigar Store. Phone 499. 'Horses-From -Five.Countries Are Nominated to Rac v for Big Prize. SAN DIEGO, Cal., March 12. (CP.A)---Seventy-two" horses from five countries have been nominated to .contest for the' world's richest ,race stake in\the Agua Callente Handicap; March 22. Sun Beau, Willis Sharp Kilmer's prize horse from Columbia, S. Car, is favorite to beat the field in the mile and one-quarter race and take the bulk of thep'proximatejy $140,000 purae.' If "Sun Beau wins he will be the leading, money winner of all time; Gets ^Blg Chance ..Victory for Sun Beau will put that horse's winnings close to ?400,000, by a wide margin the greatest sum'ever won b y ' a single horse. ECsar, a French horse,, with $335,340; Gallant Fox, $328',165, and Zev, ?303,040, are the only horses in turf ilstor ythat'won better than $300,)00. Before s year's racing began Sun .Beau had won 5265,819. . Other near favorites are Moko:am, Mike Hall, Tonto RocK, Black Haje'vY a n d » Bud Broom. Odds ranging up to 500 to one are quoted on some of the lesser lights. Loading Countries Represented England, France, Mexico,' Canada and the United States will be represented in the bjg race. Chal- enger IT, from England, never be- r ore has'starfed on the North Amer- can continent.';: He -. is England's choice ( . and something of a dark lorse. The race will be run by hree-year-plds and older horses. Probably, 20 of the 72 candidates will start.. ". The racing association , guarantees $100,000 net to;, the winning owner. Of, this -the. association puts' ip 582,500 and adds to" It all en- rance fees and starting fees. The wner of each horse entered posted $100 for entrance and will post an additional $1,000 for each horse tart Ing-. ROCK FALLS SCHEDULE ROCK FALLS, March 12.--The schedule for' the sectional state tournament of Independent basketball teams to-be held at Rock Falls March 12, 13 and 14, la as follows- Thursday, 7:30 p. m.--Plymouth vs. Floyd; 8:30 p. m.--Rock Falls vs. Nora Springs. Friday, 7:30 p. m.--Clear Lake (Barbers) vs. Rockford; 8:30 p m --Chapin vs. Hayfield. . Saturday, 2 p. m.--Winners of Thursday evening; 3 p. m .--Winners of Friday/evening; 7:30 p. m. Consolation, losers of afternoon; 8:30 p. m., final, winners of afternoon. ' ' BUT 84 SURVIVE INITIAL PLAY IN TITLE CAGE RACE Davenport Quintet Favore in Second Round of Battle: DBS MOINES, March 12. /T-Eighty-four high school basketbal teams swung into action to'day i the next round of their pursuit 6 the Iowa high school cage cham pionship. . . V': ' · . ' ' ' ' , ' t Among the survivors of las week's sectional tournaments ar five teams who battled- their way to the final-round at Des Moines a year ago. -Heading the list of-dis trict championship defenders 1 Davenport, which tWeht on to win the-State title: . Davenport'la Strong The River City quintet, boasting two veteran regulars of last year faces 'one of the .toughest assign ments in the district tourney play It opens'its defense in a first round game against Muscatine. Othe Class A teams in the Davenpor tournoy are Keokuk, Iowa City Centerville, Fairfleld and Ottumwa the lastiof which scored one of the few victories over the Davenport quintet during the regular season {Both the Class A and Class B district titlists will defend their honors in the '· eighth district tourney at Spirit Lake. LeMars, the 'Class A champion, boasts one of the strong^ cat teams In Northwest Iowa The Class B titlist is Mallard, a quintet of rangy players who may make trouble for Class A teams if they get into the final 'tournament. Geneseo Defends Title The other defending d i s t r i c t champions, both Class B teams, are Geneseo consolidated, competing in the second district tourney at Waverly, and Henderson, playing in district seven'at Council Bluffs. The 1 ' ,third district tournament will be played at New Hampton/ the fourth at Boons, fifth at Des Moines and the sixth at Chariton. In the Des Moines tourney are Roosevelt high of Des Moines and Marshalltown, both of whom were In tho final tournament two years ago and both boasting strong teams. The leading contender from Southwest Iowa is Abraham Lincoln of Council Bluffs, scheduled to meet Harlan in a first round game. · KnuteRockne Sets Another Day for Talk DECORAH, March 12.--In a recent letter Knute Rpckne, famous Notre Dame coach, notified S. S. Reque, athletic director of Luther college, Decorah, that he plans to give his postponed lecture in the' Luther college gymnasium April 28. He was previously scheduled to he here in February but, because of an unexpected trip to the west'coast he was forced to cancel the engagement The new date of his appearance will offer a double attraction in that it coincides with t he date set for one of the Norsemen's bnsa- ball games with Gustavus Adol- phug college of St. Peter, Minn. TO MEET WODEN.. KIESTER, Minn., March ' 12.-The Kiester boys and girls-basketball teams will be host to the Woden teams Friday evening. The Kiester girls lost to the Vlfodcn girls last Friday night. V AMERICAN LEGION DRUM CORPS BOXING CARD FOR THURSDAY . Don Hampton, -Mason City, vs. Kid Lehr, .Waterloo, 1 In 6 rounds.' Prankie Spargo, Sioux Falls, S. Dak., vp. Jack McGrooty, St. Paul, Minn., In 6 rounds. Gordon Stewart, Down, vs. Young Casey, Waterloo, in 6 round*. | Speedy Clayton, Sioux Falls, S. Dak., vs. Herr Max Gojiia, Minneapolis, Minn., in 6 rounds. Gerald Riffle, Mason City, vs. Turgen Tebben, Kanawha, in 4 rounds. Billy Howhrd, Mason City, vs. Cnrl Nelson, Austin, Minn., In 4 rounds. Valllo Kline, Grafton, vs. Ralph Johnson, Albert Lea, Minn., In 4 rounds. Kid Weaver, Carteravllle, vs. Chris Kramer, Swaledale, in S rounds. Tut Jnckson, Mason City, vs. Johnny Allen, Mason City, In S- rounrts. Curley Ullrich, St. Panl, ref- erco for nil bouts. HOWLEY HOPEFUL HIS SHAKE-UP IS WHAT REDS NEED Team With Nowhere to Go in National Race May Show Punch. By ALAN GOULD. TAMPA, Fla.,'March'12. (JP)--The Jlncinnatl Reds may he all dressec up with nowhere to go, HO far as the National league's pennant racevthls year is concerned, but Col Danie! 3 hilip Howley has hopes that hla hake-up will show some surprisinir esults. .. These hopes are not without oundation. The manager of the ^cds has landed a prospective star n First^ Baseman Mickey TIeath o round out a rapid-fire infield, ie has made over the outfield com- Jletcly in the quest for rhoro punch His pitching prospects, with an oift- tandlng star In Red Lucas, look ·opd;': He · has an ace catcher in !lyde Sukeforth,;also a"hard-hitter.' Breaks a Great Colmblne. Howley broke up the best double aly combination In the majors when e let Hughey Crltz go to the Giants nd benched Horace Ford but he aa put together another brilliant efenslve pair in Tony Cuccinello, t second, and Leo 'Durocher at hort. . ' Cuccinello also is the most con- .stently long hitter on tho club. ie:was going- at close to a .400 clip toward the end of 1930. The infield will start with Heath, the Hollywood recruit, on first and 'Jersey Joe -Stripp'.on third. Both can hit. ,The, reserves are Fprd Sigafoos and Dressen. Handsome Harry. Heilmann, the old American- league batting champion, will b e - i n the 'outfield' when he recovers from an ailing arm. Howley's number one 'outfield combination now is composed of Gene Moore, the Dallas rookie, in right; Nick'Cullop, American Association homerun king, In center- Walter Roettger, obtained from the Giants, in left. Pitching Worries arc Over. If Larry Benton stages a comeback and one or two youngsters come thru, Cincinnati's- pltchlne worries will be ended. Benton won 25 victories for the Giants in 1928. Red Lucaa has averaged 16 victories for the last four years with a second division outfit. Bennio Frey, Nashville product, made a good start last year and figures to Improve. Eppa Rixey, Ray Kolp, Owen Carroll and John Ogden aro experienced men. The rookie prospects are Harlan Wysong, of Clarka- ville, Ohio, with Columbus last year; j *Marv : ' Olson Is Second to Join Majors Luther Styr Follows Ossie Orwoll to Biff Leagues. DECORAH, March 12.--Marv Olson, one of the best all-around athletes to graduate from ' Luther college, is this spring, making nil debut in the major leagues..In prac tlce sesskms so far he has been holding down second base for the Boston Red Sbx and is showing himsfelf a promising rookie both by his hart hitting and able fielding. ·He was a four year star in baseball at Luther, and played in almost every position on the team aa- the occasion demanded. In his. freshman year, ho won the trophy for having the highest batting average. In 1930, his senior year, he, was named the most valuable player on the team. He received the award for the highest batting average and also the one for having the most extra-base hits Besides starring on Norse baseball teams for four years, Olson annexed four letters and a captaincy in basketball and three letters in football. In basketball he received the most valuable player award in both his junior'and senior years and was placedjm' several all-conference and all-state selections at the running guard , position. He played" in the quarterback position on the Nors.e football.eleven his first three years, but returned to .school late In his senior year and did not join the grid squad.'Olson Is the second Luther graduate to enter the majors, the first being Ossie Orwoll of Decorah. . - : EXHIBITION BASEBALL By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wednesday: ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.-- New York (A) 17; Boston (N) 9. NEW ORLEANS, La.-- Cleveland :A) 16; New Orleans (S. A.) 5. CLEARWATER, Fla.-- Brooklyn , ;N) 6; Cincinnati (N) 5. AUSTIN, Tex.-- New York 14; University of Texas 4. (N) Thursday: WINTER HAVEN, Fia.-- Brook- yn (N) vs. Philadelphia (N). ST. 'PETERSBURG, Fla.-- Boson (N) vs. St. Louis ( N ) . A] Eckert of Milwaukee, who placed vtth Peorla and Columbus In 1030, and SI Johnson, recruited from lock Island, 111. GOLDFIELD RATED AS STRONG FIVE IN /DISTRICT PLAY Team Wins 21 Victories In .22..Starts With High Scoring Average. GOLDFIELD, March 12.--The local high school cagers will clash with the strong.Buffalo Center.five at the district tournament at New _Hampton Thursday evening. The local five, Vlth a record of 21 victories in 22 starts, is expected to'.make a good shewing at the district meet.- Goldfield has scored a tptal of. 626 points to their .opnon- ents' 268 points and an averag'e of 28 to their opponents' 12 points a game.' . The following men make up the local squad: Capfc. S. Keister, W. Kcister, AgarcT, Whyte, Freeman Bartzqn, Darland,' Sherman Nelson and Vest. The locals are being coached by E. R. Calkins'for the second year.. WALDORF CLOSES ATHLETIC YEAR Basketball Awards Given to Six Members of Squad; Ritland Named Pilot. RABBIT RAMBLES ON FOREST CITY, March' 12.--With :he completion of the present basketball schedule .Waldorf college closes ita-.major athletic 'schedule : or this year. Spring football prac- Ice wijl be held In; anticipation of the heavy .football schedule ahead of the sq^ad next year. 'Six basket- lall letters have been awarded for this · year. Mayhard Fer'den of Herscher, 111., Walter Hall of Arnold's Park, Tylford Carlson of Lc- and, Marlaln . Johnson of Lake Us, Joseph Jordahl of Blue Earth Hinn., Curtis Ritland of JlcCauls- )urg and David Wagner of Kanka- cec, 111., won their awards. Curtis Iltland was recently elected captain of next year's basketball team. -END INDOOR ATHLETES ENTERED IN DUAL AND TITLE MEETS SwimmerYat Ann Arbor for Big Teh Meet; Cagers to Meet Irish. IOWA CTCY,' March 12. UP)-~ University A Iowa athletes on five indoor teams will face their last busy week-end of the season Friday and Saturday .wih two dual contests and three Big Ten championship affairs on tho program Led by Captain Loren Poyner, undefeated 165 pound grappler, the ffcwkeyes will enter five men in the Individual mat championahlps at Chicago. Swimmers Enter Meet. _ Coach David Armbruster will take a squad of nine swimmers to the Big Ten tank meet at Ann Arbor, Mich.,, the HawKeyes being- rated among the best in the conference. Wentworth Lobdell, conference ·champion diver, William McCulley,.220 and 440 yard free atvle swimmer;, and . Ray MohS, back stroker, are regarded :aa probable point winners for the Old Gold. The Iowa gymnasts, will compete in tho championship meet at Urbana, m. Oagers to Meet Irish. Meanwhile the Hawkeye cagers arc the only stay at homes, concluding their season against Notre Dame in the Iowa field house Sat- Only six or eight track anfl Held men will be entered in the Illinois relay carnival at Urbana, Saturday l n Yl 6v (r 0f , tho P°° r showing by the,Hawkeye team in the Big Tea meet at Madison last week-end. " DARKNESSMTS PLAY IN MIAMI Sarazen, Farrell Still in Tie- HP With Cox and . MacFarlane. . . MLiMI, Fla., March 12. ;?)--Unable to break a golfing deadlock before darkness fell last night, Gene Sarazen and Johnny Farrell had to fi? t A h ° links for 18 hole s to end Uhelr 40 hole tleup with Willie MacFarlane and W l f f y . Cox for the championship of Miami's $5 000 International four.^ball -matches. : ' Coming to the thirty-sixth all square, the teams halved the" last hole and went Into the extra hole phase. Then they went thru the fn r^tT?" 1 ' thirt y-ei£fcth and fortieth holes without breaking the . U « fl* - fanin e a ' thfi fortieth cup, officials postponed play until Thursday .Should Farrell and Sara- zfln win, they wW upset a tradition that no i champions of the event have been unable to repeat. Griffiths May Meet a Big .One March 27 -CHICAGO, 'March 12. (IF)--,Matchmaker Nate Lewis of the Chicago U m 1 0 " d a y for New Yofk Tommv Loughran, ' Ernie S*aaf or w i * , ' for a 10-round bout with Tuffy ^Griffiths ln the stadium a next boxing ahow, March 27. BASKETBALL RESULTS T ^ TI .I E ASSOCIATED PKESS Luther 24, Columbians Columbia 88, Princeton 20. FIGHT RESULTS n-Av^'^V,ASSOCIATED PRESS DAYTON, Ohlo.-Eddle Shea ?m 1C nf\ knOCked cut Manuel Cas^ tro, Cincinnati, Ohio, (7). ROCKFORD DEFEATS CHARLES CITY 81-20 ROCKFORD, March 11 --THa Rockford independent basketball team defeated* the Charles City V£ l, Cl !! b In a hnrd f °«ht battle the high school auditorium Tuesday night, with a score of 31-20 ''Rockford and H. Hahn of , . .. - Clt y were high point men for-their respective teams. r«i- BumcLic scnenuie SENATORS GET BUCK Spring football prac- | A GUE FOR FIRST GAME. O«M_,_.., ,, BrLOXr ; Mia g._: 01 £ gters youngsters a,like had.buck ague as the Washington .Senators prepared for their first exhibition Jama Thursday with . the Baltimore Orioles. The game meant the hardest part of the training grind was In tho past. Carl Fischer, Walter Tmischer and Lynn Griffith were to divide the mound work. NORTH IOWA CONFERENCE BASKETBALL SEASON 1030-31 Season Op. Score Score Won tost Pet. CARDINALS BEAT HOUSE OF DAVID LEDYARD, March 11.--The Swea :lty Cardinals defeated the House of David team 46"to 41 here last night. This is the second time this eason the Red Birds have beaten ho House of David team. Garner Lake Mills Brltt Belmond Buf. Ctr.' Northw'd H8 238 19-1 107 13S 131 Clear Lake 120 For. City 122 105 ' 153 145 143 113 125 182 227 7 8 7 6 6 4 1 1 7 2 3 3 3 3 9 10 875 800 700 667 667 572 100 OD1

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