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WIN OPENING GAMES NEW HAMPTON IS DEFEATED 19-12 BY MOHAWK JINX Buffalo Center Drops Out of Race by 30-6 Beating; Elma Wins. NEW HAMPTON, March 13.-New Hampton high school was defeated by Garner ?«· the district basketball tournament a t N e w Hampton Thursday night by a 19 to 12 score. The game was close except for the last quarter. Garner was ahead 1 to 0 at-the end of the first quarter. At the half the score was 7 to 5 and at the end-of the third quarter, 12 to 7. New Hampton played without Ward, regular, guard, who was sick with influenza. New Hampton's defense did not work. Herrmann, Chickasaw forward, missed 1 six out of six'free throws. Wellik made three field goals for Garner. JBSR and Hastings, played good defensive games for Garner. ' QARNEB--19 · FG Zlesmer ...................A Prttchara ."1 Welllk 3 JaaB, a . ,·;. -...2 D a i HisUnl TotBls 7 NEW HAMPTON--12 fa Hemnnn ' 0 Vl»«r» 2 Woltera, o 1 Kennedy, c ..,.'... ...o Snyder ' 0 Erlckioti 2 Denner 0 FT 0 ·0 0 3 0 0 . 2. 5 FT 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 Totals 5 * ', . Officials: Bllllnjs (Upper Iowa), referee Martin (OrinneU), umpire. Goldfleld high school defeated Buffalo Center high school in the first game of the tourney by a score of 30 to 6. The first quarter was slow with both teams playing defensive basketball and dosM 2 tc 0 in favor of Goldfleld. ' The half ended 13 to 0 for Qoldfield. Buffalo Center failed to score until near the close of the third quarter, which ended 20 to 3 in favor of Goldfleld Agard, Goldfleld's red-Headed forward.-played a good game and madfe four field goals: L. Keister, center, and S. Keister, guard, also shbwec up well. For Buffalo Center, Galligan, forward, did the best work Gqldfield has been defeated but once in 24 games'and is doped to win the Class A honors. GOLUFIELD--30 " FG FT PF Arard . o Freeman 4 0 I*. Keliter, e 8 S. Kcbtel ,....0 0 :Wbyt« .......0 0 BUFFALO CENTER--fl F3 IT tf ,-OaUlian t t t Klewltt, C. ................. 1 Klewitt, V., c .....0 » Fatter-Ron 0 · 0 Do Vrlcs ...0 1 Totals 1 I Officials: Martin (Grlnnell), referee; Bill ings (Upper Xotta), umpire. ELMA BEATS JANESVILLE 30-29 WAVBRLY, March 13.--Elma, de feated Janesville .30 to 29 here Fri day morning in the tournamen play of the district meet here. Bell Is of Elma made the winning baske in the final moment of the game Elma led 15 to 11 at the half but Janesvllle went into the lead near the close. F. Tait was high scorer o the game. BANCROFT HOLDS. CAGE TOURNEY. BANCROFT, March 13.--The girls' state sectional basketbal tournament is being played here Fri day and aSturday. The teams en tered are: Armstrong, Dolllver Graettinger, Ledyard, Lone Rock Ringsted, Senec^ond Bancroft. Supt. I.-P. Moore of Laurens is the tournament official. M'FARLANE, COX WIN AT MIAMI Take Championship by 3 and 2 Score; A Scorching 9 Hole 30 Wins. MIAMI, Fla., March 13. #)-Willie McFarlaue and Wiffy Cox Friday wore the dual crown of Miami's international four b a l matches after a 56-hole struggle - They won the championship 3 and 2 but it aws- Willie and hia course scorching nine hole 30, six undfe par, who took the spotlight for the victory over Gene Sarazen anc Johnny Farrell. McFarlane and Cox took first money of $750 each and a quarter share of approximately $1,500 gate receipts at their 18 hole play oft match. The losers gained $500 each and equal share of the gate. McFarlane copped a four hole lead as he made the turn of the 18 hole playoff amid a shower ol birdies and eagle three at the seventh. FIGHT RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SACRAMENTO, Cal. -- Charll Miller, Reno, knocked out Stanle; Sharp, Sacramento (3). i POWUHG, f HeoLthfuL- BOYD BOWLING CO. Eait State OBE-GAZETTE RTS MASON CITY, IOWA, MARCH 13 ·§ 1931 FOUR KAYOES FEATURE LEGION RING SHOW ST, ANSGAR WINS OPENING TILT OF TOURNEY PLAYING Lions Take Diamqnfl Bread 45-44; Indians Beat Waterloo 36-24. ST. ANSGAR, March 13.--The first game of the independent basketball tourney here turned out to be a real hair raising battle. The St. Ansgar Lions nosed out the Diamond Bread five of Mason City 45 to 44. It was close all the way, with the Bakers leading 11 to 8 at the first rest period. " ' ' . · St. Ansgar was out ahead 19 to 18 at the half. At the end of the third quarter the Diamond Bread led 31 to 29. The BaKers forged ahead five points In. the last of the fourth period only to have the lead cut down by Ringer, Lion forward, who swished thru two long shots. When the final whistle blew the St Ansgar team was ahead by a meager point. Ringer took individual scoring honors with 17 points and Lennan made 12 for the Mason City quintet. ST. ANSOAR--45 FG FT ft Klnrer, f .,1 3 1 Prim, f S 2 R. MeMlllln, a 5 4 A. McMlllIn, K 1 0 Heard, g ...........0 0 Totali .................. 18 DIAMOND BREAD -- It FO rantioD, t ..; ............ .4 Brower, t -, ..... .......... 2 Co8tello,.|r ......... .......3 LotcrbonY ff ......... ../..O Xiac»on, g ............... .4 FT 3 0 0 3 0 0 PF 0 1 2 4 0 Total. 19 B 10 In the second game, of the evening, the Fertile Indians toppled the Mtdcontinent Petroleum company of Waterloo 36 to 24. The Fertile cagers jumped to the lead at the, start and their lead waa never threatened during the course of the game. · Rodberg, Indian forward, was the hot shot of this game. He made a £rand tbt»l' : .of..,l,8 polnta take high point honors. Guy«r, Bellman and Seabell each made six points for'the-oilers. ' : ·' . FE»TIL»--3« FQ FT PI Ojwftld, f .' 3 0 1 Mr.Nally, f ,...;....0 0 0 Mtited, c 3 S V Kirk,' * z o 0 ForetU, c 0 « 1 MID-CONTINENT, WATERT,OO-- 24 FG FT PF /enlAon, f ...: o Yarrow, f o Hartman', ..........:. ..\3 Onyer, t ...........3 Bellman, o ......' 3 Wlnncrr, c - 0 Feniehft, r 0 Omen,'* 0 Christiana, g . .1 .......'·... .0 Scabell, S 3 D Total* 11 ' ,· 2 CALIFORNIA AND MIDWEST PAIRED Two West Coast Teams Meet Wichita, Kansas City'in A. A. U. Semifinals. . 'KANSAS CITY, March 13. unit's California against the midwest fn the seminfinals of the National A. A. U.. basetball tournament tonight. The'' Log Angles Athletic club ia matched in one semifinal tilt with the defending champion, the Henry's of Wichita, ,Kans., and the Young Men's institute, San Francisco, meets the Kansas City Athletic club in the other. The reigning champions swept Into the jselect four Thursday night by eliminating Bethany college, Lindsborg, Kans., a semifinalist in the tourney last year. L. A. A. C. also advanced at the expense of a 1930 semi-finalist, the East Central Oklahoma Teachers of Ada. The score was 41 to 30. . The last eastern quintet to falter was the Big Four A. A. of Cincinnati which bowed to Y. M. I, In a game regarded as ah upset 21 to 28. K. C. A. C., defeated the Lowe Campbell club, St. Louis, 25 to 21. Columbia, Davenport in Catholic Finals DUBtJQUB, March 13. {^--Columbia academy of Dubuque and St. Ambrose academy of Davenport were to meet in thp finals of the State Catholic high school basketball tournament. The Dubuque five defeated Danbury Thursday 28 to 8 while St. Ambrose overwhelmed St. Francis of Council Bluffs 22 to 5. HAYFIELD BEATS WODEN IN OVERTUME HAYFIELD, March 13---The VVoden Independent basketball team played the locals here Wednesday Qight and were defeated In an over time contest. The game ended 2(1 all. The score of 32-35 was tho re suit of on overtime period, Lehr Outpoints Hampton in Six; Joeb, Anderson Steal Show With Prelim McGrooty Beats Spargo in Six; Stewart Kayoes Casey; Gould, Clayton Draw; Prelims End in Kayoes. GLOBE-GAZETTE DECISIONS Kid Lchr, 136, outpointed Don Hampton, 140, Mason City, in six. Jack McGrooty, 160, 'fefc Paul, beat Frankle Spareo, 150, Sioux Falls, S. Dak., in six. , Gordon Stewart, 141, Doivs, knocked out Young Casey, 180, Waterloo, In the second round. Herr Max Gould, 126, Minneapolis, and Speedy Clayton, 137, Sioux Falls, S. Dak., drew six. Kid Joeb, 140, Mason City, beat Xuffy Anderson, 147, Charles City, ·n Iniir, Gerald Riffle, 152, Mason City, knocked out Ernest Brown, 150, Kanawha, in the first round. Carl, Nelson, 136, Austin, Minn,, knocked out Billy Howard, 130, Mason City, in the fourth round. Chris Kramer, 152, Swalednle, knocked out Kid Weaver, 150, Carters ville, in the second round. Tut Jackson, 138, Mason City, outpointed Johnny Allen, 135, Mason City, in three. Curtey Ullrich, St. Paul, refereed all bouts. ·^OT Stewart but Joeb was the surprise of the second big ring bill of m the American Legion drum corps witnessed by another record crowd at the armory Thursday evening. In 32 rounds of a scheduled 42 round bill--cut short by four knpckouts-Joeb waa the fans' favorite by his unquestionable victory over Tuffy Anderson of Charles City in four rounds of unbridled slugging. , .Expectations, for the rematch of Gordon ^Stewart of Dows'and Young Casey of Waterloo were dimmed by the unexpected knockout Stewart tendered Casey In the second round of their bout. LEHR-HAMPTON Kid Lehr of Waterloo, fighting the main event of the bill with Don Hampton of Mason City, won four out of six. rounds of his-lrout. Starting with a slight lead in the first round, Lehr slipped into even terms with Hampton for two rounds, then came back strong in the fourth arid fifth and slowed up a. bit for thfe close. · Hampton,--outstnarted --from--the first by the Waterloo ring pirate, tried to make effective his infighting and attempted to slug- his way to victory. Tho he waa beaten, Hampton put up one of his cleanest and gamest fights and the crowd liked the go. · Lehr's left glove lead and clever .dodging won the.opening round with a slight edge. Hampton worked in close during 1 tha second stanza of the- bout and used his right more or. less effectively on the Kid's body. The Waterloo puncher waa cool thruout the pair of frames .that he drew with Hampton, however, and clipped him several times on the face and head with stinging blows that tantalized the Mason City ring star. Lehr displayed a clever defensive style of fighting in the third round of tUe bout. His left was on Hampton's face a great deal of the time while the local star could do little more than massage his opponent's back. The Kid has an unusual "squat" position for hts defense that makes him hard to hit. From the fourth round on, Hampton waa working continually to bring the Waterloo hoy into an open slugging match in which he might have had a chance to land a telling blow. Aa it was, Hampton woro himself out while Lehr used his head, remaining cool and planted both his right and left on a badly bruised eye Hampton carried. Hamp- £5n's blows had practically no effect In the final rounds. STEWART-CASEY The longed for return bout of the wild boys, was dimmed early in the second round of the go, when Gordon Stewart, Dows, star of the last card, kayoed Young Casey of Waterloo, his opponent both · times, after flooring him for counts of 2, 6, 7.. Casey went, put on a. punch below the heart and partially to the side. The opening round of the go started in the same "catch-aa-catch- can stylei' of fighting the former bout displayed. The pair did not punch as.hard in this meeting as In their first encounter, however. McGROOTY-SPARGO Jack McGrooty, St. Paul, outboxed Frankle Spargo, Maaon City's former ring star but now of Sioux Falls, S. Dak., in an unusual six rountl go that waa decidedly not Spargo's style of fighting. McGrooty, apearlng more like a wrestler than a boxer when he stepped into the ring, took ' three rounds of tha bout and drew two with a characteristic st, Paul style, of using as little effort as possible' to win hia go. Spargo practically wore himself out in ,the opening rounds of tho bput trying to get the Minnesota puncher to open tip. McGrooty was large and he guarded well, and tho credit must be given the Sioux Falls star for his aggressiveness. Th6 opening round was all that could be claimed for him. The second and fourth rounds were draw, affairs and the third, fifth and sixth were McGrooty's. The greater share of Spargo's hlttihg fell on McGrooty's left shoulder. The St. Paul battler's short jabs to the head rocked Spargo's jaw like a jumping toothache during the- third round. In the fourth, Spargo waded In for a draw but dropped back again in the fifth as he failed to reach McGrooty's face. McGrooty opened in the final round to show Spargo he could hit if he was forced to it. GOULD-CLAYTON Herr Max Gould, Minneapolis, and Speedy Clayton, Sioux Falls, S. Dak., fought the only close decision bout of the card..Clayton's* aggressiveness and Gould's unusual def-Qse gave the pair a score sheet that credited two rounds to Clayton, two to Gould and two a draw. Clayton appeared',"the best in the opening rounds while Gould had the edge near.the close. The bout, according to points, was aii even draw. ^. In the initial round, Clayton had .the edge In open fighting with his aggressive attack. Gould was clevor with his Infighting and the Minneapolis boy cavorted and dodged enough to evade any serious threat from his opponent most of the while. Gould's left hooks were his most dangerous blows. Clayton had an uncanny ability to walk out of reach of many of the cuts, however. Gould's right worked effectively during the last two rounds but it did not have the punch in It to slow up the Sioux Falls boy. JOEB-ANDERSON Substituting for an entire bout of the card, Kid Joeb, Mason City, and Tuffy Anderson, Charles Oity, thrilled the crowd with the feature of the four rounders in what was thot by many to equal or better the bout billed. Vallle Kline, Grafton and Ralph Johnson, Albert Lea. Minn., were unable to,meet because of sickness and Injuries. · Joeb furnished plently aa a.good substitute, however, by taking every round of his bout and giving Anderson one of the worst beatings.ol his career, tho many wondered how much longer he could have continued with his fast closing eye. Taken by surprise from the first gong, .Anderson was led all th6*way by a battler that would not give up and one that could land his punches on Anderson's face and body. Joeb's infighting was clean. Hia punches to the face from both his right and left gloves were telling and clean cut. He outfought^fend outboxed Anderson and he took a lot of punishment in the bargain. NELSON-HOWARD Carl Nelson, A u s t i n , Minn., knocked out Billy Howard, nMason City, in the fourth round ot their four round preliminary after Howard had carried the round in a wonderful rally until near the close. He ran into a bard one as Nelson cornered him near the ropes and before he could come out of it. Nelson took advantage to drop the Mason City poy with a left and right hook. When Howard arose with no count, Nelson flattened him with a left to the jaw that was powerful. Nelson won the second and third rounds of the bout. The pair drew CUBS LOOK TO NEW PITCHERS FOR 1931 SEASON . . Associated Praia PJroto tt. n V 1 Celt), former Boston Braves righthander, and "Sugar" Swcetland (inset), southpaw with the Philadelphia, Nationals last year, are shown as they appear in their new Chicago Cubs uniforms at tho spring training camp on Cwtalina island, California. "Gabby" Hartnett is shown getting ready for his baclcstopplnff job this season, while Zaok Taylor, another catcher, is doing the swinging. Improved uitcli- mg is expected to aid the Cubs in the flag chose. N, Y, YANKS STILL HAVE SPECTATOR APPEAL IN BABE Rest of Proposition Leaves McCarthy With Some Problems. By ALAN GOULD ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., March 13. UP)--The New York Yankees still have the most expensive athlete in baseball and the batting punch sufficient to terrify most pitching talent. They still have spectator appeal. Otherwise, their case remains open for argument and it is juat a wild guess where, they will finish in this year's American league race. They were third In 1930. Mar«e Joe McCarthy, late of the Cuba, now undertaking at least a two year term as manager, has inherited an assortment of great ball players led by Babe Ruth, a flock of pitchers of all sizes and capabilities, plus a few choice problems. Have Main Cogsl The Yankees have floundered since-the death of Miller Huggins. In Ruth and Combs of the outfield, Gehfig' and Lazzeri of the infield they still have the main cogs of Huggins' last championship club. the opening round" and Howard had a big margin piled up in the final round before he was knocked out. Howard fought a clever, shifty bout but he has not the cool style of working that Nelson possesses. In the third round Nelson knocked Howard thru the ropes. RIFFLE-BROWN Gerald Riffle, Mason City, knocked out Ernest Brown, Kanawha, in the first round of a scheduled four round go. A right to the head floored the Kanawha fighter and he hurt himself in the fall. But few blows were struck in the bout. The bout was substituted for the George Kaduce-Turgen Tebben go that was originally signed. The men were unable to appear because of sickness and injuries. KRAMER-WEAVER Short work was made of Kid Weaver, Cartersville, in the scheduled three round prelim with Chris Kramer, Swaledale. A right to the head sent the Cartersville terror to the mat for the count early in the second round. The opening round brot out little hitting. Weaver dodged a great deal and appeared bad in the go. JACKSON-ALLEN Tut Jackson, Mason City, out- pointed Johnny Allen, Maaon City. In the opening three round-go of the bll!. Allen was quick on his attack but Jackson had a clever defense. After an'even first round, Jackson succeeded in dropping Allen for the count of 9 near the close of the second. Some fast action was seen in the final round as Allen tried to make good a terrible right uppercut. Allen went down twice during the round for counts of 9. Otherwise the shuffling process is still on. This early in the training program, it appears the veteran JOE Sewell, long one of the greatest American league infielders with Cleveland, may solve McCarthy's infield puzzle. The Alabaman has shown great form, at bat and afield. If he fits at third, the infield will be rounded out with Tony Lazzeri at second, Lynn Lary at short and Lou Gchrig on first. If not, Lazzeri likely will cover third and Ben Chapman receive the assignment at second base. Left Field Vacant.' The only debatable outfield post is left field. Allen (Dusty) Cooke, if he has found himself, will get the call, but he will have to outhit and outhustle 'Sammy Byrd, one of the few ball players who can beat Babe Ruth at golf. Old man Ruth himself admits that at 224 pounds he Is in grand condition, ready for a big year. He looks it and he is hitting the new and supposedly less lively ball with all his accustomed vehemence. Centerfield belongs to | the Kentucky colonel, Earle Combs. "With Bill Dickey as backstop-in- chief, the Yankees have at least six regulars capable of hitting well over the .300 mark. Worries Experts, Pitching is worrying the experts more than McCarthy, altho George Plpgras, star right bander, will not be recovered; sufficiently from an appendicitis operation to start the season. "Why should we worry?" responded Joe. "We have a great right hander in Charley Ruffing and another in Pipgras, who will be ready early in the season. We have two seasoned left banders in Ed Wells and Herb Pennock, another good southpaw In Vernon Gomez." The twirling problem seems to center around Gordon Rhodes, up again from Hollywood; big boy Sherid and Henry Johnson. Of the pitching Rookies, .McCarthy expects results from John Allen, recalled from Jersey City; possibly Phil Welnert, from Louisville. LOYAL OAKLAND1TES GET LOCAL PRIDE ON OMAHA BOXING CARD .OMAHA, March 13. OF)--Johnny Hfggins Is lightweight champion of Oakland, Iowa. Oakland believes in Johnny--even to the extent of guaranteeing his pay to get him on an Omaha fight card. A delegation of Oakland fans came to Omaha, hunted up Pat Boyle, local promoter who is arranging a fight card, and told him all about it Their proposition was this: Johnny would fight for $25. Oakland would buy 5100 worth o£ tickets thereby meeting Johnny's pay and assuring the promoter of 575 extra. Boyle gasped, grabbed for the phone and talked fast. Two minutes later Johnny was signed for a four round bout with an Omaha boxer. RYE INTRODUCES !'EYE PRACTICE" !*EN'SACOLA, Fla,--Gene Rye, Rookie Red Sox outfielder, has Introduced a new one. He calls it "eye practice." Gene, who refuses to stay out despite broken wrist bones, gets out with the squad and looks,'cm over every morning. He can't swing a bat so he just steps up to the plate, watches a few go sailing by, and retires for the day. IOWANAS DEFEAT FIRESIDE FUEL IN THREE STRAIGHT Lyons' Cleaners Beat Dairy Men in Three; Berg and Kolb Are High. FRIDAY'S SCHEDULE: Oaklund-Pontlucs vs. Ideal Sand Gravel ott alleys 1 and 2 af 7:45. Northwestern States Partland Cement plant vs. Cliupin O'Ncil Coal corrijany on uileys 3 ttnd 4 at 7:45. STANDARD OIL LEAGUE Red Crown Ethyl vs. Atlas Tires on alloys 6 und 6 at 7 o'clock. Iso-Vis vs. Perfection on alleys 7 and 8 at 7 o'clock. Deckers' lowanas took thre t games from the crippled Flresido Fuel team which had to shoot i John Doe score because of the ab sence of Chuck Gunderson. Gu: Kolb was high ia the match witl a single of 221 and a three garni, total of 571. Carl Bachman was way short of his average. The Lyons' Cleaners cleaned th( Hermanson Bros., Dairy five witl three games straight. The Dairs men had to pick up a few extra men. Omer Berg was high al around with 225.for a high singl game and 578 for a three gamo to tal. He also won the show tickets. LYONS CLEANERS W. R. Lyons ..180 16* 146-- 400 Hogan .., 167 150 168-- 485 R. Lyons 170 168 171--509 C. M. Lyons ..157 148 166-- 471 Berg '.213 225 140--578 Handicap 124 124 124-- 372 Totals 911 979 915--2805 Team average--935. HERMANSON BROS. DAIRY Larson 155 203 157-- 515 Strom 223 135 153-5-511 Hermanson ...145 131 115--381 Torkensen 107 187 156-- 450 Abbott 160 202 187--54fl Handicap 59 59 59-- 177 Totals 849 917 827--2593 Team average--864. MUSCATINE WINS FROM DAVENPORT IN 20-18 CLASH )ttumwa Defeats Fairfield 16 to 15; LeMars Loses toAlta 19 to 16. .(By The Associated Press) Iowa will have a new high school asketball champion this year. After two years' supremacy in he popular indoor sport, Davenport high passed out of the 1931 championship picture Thursday night when Muscatine, tutored skillfully by Bobby Kinnan, former Unlver- itty of Iowa star, tripped thu lhampions, 20 to 18. It was Barko,.the lanky center, o whom Muscatinc owes its vio ory. He collected four field goals nd two free throws to account for half of his team's points. Another hot contest was played n Davenport with Ottumwa defeat- ·ag Fairfield 16 to 15 and asserting tself as a tough obstacle In Muscatine's title path. AH of the other favorites in the Irst round games of the eight dis- .rict tournaments came thru safely with the exception of LeMars, a 1930 finalist who was defeated 19 to 16 by Alta. Goldfleld continued in the race at *Jew Hampton by defeating Buffalo Center in the first round 30 to 6. arner took New Hampton 19 to 12. Waverly beat Rcinbeck 22 to 21 at rVaverly, and Webster City beat Pocahontas 27 to 17 at Boonc. DISTRICT ONE AT UAVENI'OIIT Chi** A (I'lral llnimd). Iowa Clly 2(1: Center-villa (I. ottiunwa 10; Fnlrdclil 1(1. Muncatlna 20; Duvrnport 1H. CIlldB I! (Flrflt ItONtlA). CTuInmuM -31: Oldn 21. Victor 25; Mount Union 2(1. ·arnndvicw -1H: Thnrnlinnr 'JO. DISTRICT TWO AT \VAVKRI.Y ChiM A U'lr»t Hminil). Waverly w, Ilrlnlicch 21. ClnsH n (Flr«t Rnlliul). I'alo 21: Full-hunk., n. DISTRICT THREE AT NEW 'HAMPTON G'lnsK A (Flrsl nnniicl). (iolilflnld 30; Iltirfi.ln Contnr li. (iarner ID: Now Hnnipton 12. DISTRICT'FOUR AT JIOONH Cln»n A (I'irst nuilnil). Bciniin 33; Sno City 17. WclMltRr rilv in; rnrnlmntliH 1". DISTRICT FIVE \'C DKS 1MO1NKS Clnl!l 11 (S.:mlfhml. Illmnn 33: Huxley Id. CIranKcr 211: Nnnvnlli 22. DISTRICT SIX AT CIIAUITON anus A (Flnil Kouiul). Mrnml Ayr IB; Clmrltnn 18. Ml-Iclicr 33; Ojrcnln 32. DISTRICT SEVEN AT COUNCIL Iir.UFKS Clans A ( Rimml). Abrulmm Lincoln (Crmucil I H n f f n ) 28; irnrlnii Zl. Ilci! Call 37: Dcnlsnn 25. DISTRICT EIGHT AT Hl'iniT L A K H Clusn A (FJrNt Ku;intl. Alia 38: I.o Slum in. Itolfu M; llaltlo Creek 17. FFRESIDE .FUEL CO. T.Clausen 128 180 129--437 Ellis 154 110 138--408 J. Doe 145 145 145--435 Berry 188 166 381--535 Whitney . .126 188 170-- 484 Handicap 64 64 64--· 102 Totals 805 859 827--2491 Team average--830. DECKER'S IO\VANAS Swafford 155 211 155-- 521 Gashel 174 177 105-- 54B MacDowel 168 173 187--528 Bachman 155 153 190-- 4fl8 Kolb 160 221 190-- 571 Handicap 15 15 15-- 45 Totals 827 D50 Team average--903. 932--2709 EXHIBITION BASEBALL THURSDAY WINTER HAVEN, Fin.--Brooklyn (N) 30; Philadelphia (N) 6. ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- St. Louia (N) 12; Boston (N) 6. BILOXI, Mis.s. -- Baltimore 7; Washington (A 6. FLOYD DEFEATS 42-31 Rock Falls Wins From Nora Springs 36-30 in Cage Tourney. ROCK FALLS, March 13.--The Floyd independents defeated the Plymouth independents 42 to 31 Thursday night in the opening game of the sectional independent tournament being held here. VIckerman was high point man for Plymouth and Hahn \vaa high for Floyd. The pair scored 14 points apiece. Rock Falls defeated the Nora Springs independents 36 to 30. Dorsey was high for the Bears with 17 points while Fingelwon was high for Nora Springs with 15 points. Kerabergen, Russell, was the referee. Niefert, Central college, was umpire. No Change Reported in Ban Johnson Condition ST. LOUIS, March 13. «P)-- No change overnight in tho condition of Ban Johnson, former baseball czar-who is seriously ill, was reported today by St. John's hospital attaches. RESULTS OF GIRL'S TOURNEY AT JTANSELL (First Round) Geneva 10; Alexander 0. Hampton 24; Allison 7. Iowa Falls 23; DOWB 17. Hansell 40; Chapin 20. AT WEST BEND (First Round) · Luvcrne SB; Ruthvcn JO. Havelock 34; Rodman 17. Girls Organize Team. OSAGE, March 13.--The high school girls are organizing a track team with Miss Anna Krapek aa their coach. ·. CORA COAL 07 fl/)i per ton at v * ·UU cosh PHONT! 888 Fireside Fuel Co.

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