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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 3 1936 GLOBE - GAZETTE SPORTS STOECKER, HERT HONORED IN ALL IOWA CAGE LIST (Continued From Pale It) it encountered. When the other side had the ball, the vise-like Little Cyclones choked off every attack on their basket when it was important to the Ames cause that the score become no closer. Owens' sterling play was a major feature in the champions' defense. Midget Is Star. . Little Bob Menze, whose 121 pounds do not seem to include an ounce of nerves, was the Ames candidate to place on the second team, while Hilary Ryan, the stingiest player in the state tourney when it came to giving his man points, was named center on the third team. Kyan almost completely choked off Stoecker in the state finals, holding the Mason City hotshot to two baskets. Menze was placed at second team guard, even though he has been listed as a forward all season. The records to the contrary, Menze really was a guard. Cool as the traditional cucumber, deceptive, Menze shared the task of bringing the ball down the floor for Ames. His dashes through the enemy's lines of defense for short shots and baskets were the despair of Ames' opponents. Simmons Is Tops. L e n v i 1 Simmons, Davenport's snapshooting forward, easily won a first team berth at forward. Nearly every coach and official who saw Simmons play voted for him in the poll. Harold Packard, flip shot artist from Ottumwa, and Don Fleming of East Sioux City, were the other first team forwards. Packard bore just about the whole load at Ottumwa, carrying his team almost singlehanded into the semifinals of the state classic. Fleming, the pride of East Sioux City, was one of the main reasons why Mason City had to go through a thriller in the district finals to eliminate the Sioux City entrant. Webster City, the surprise team of the state tourney, had most of the punch in the large frame of Don Shelton, fast traveling and hard shooting center. Shelton had his troubles against Stoecker, but nobody else did very much with him, especially when he went into one of his scoring streaks on under-the- basket work. Shelton was paired with Stoecker as one of the IDPA's first team pivot men. Logan Hard Worker. Logan's best ball team in years featured Kenneth Pettit, who fills one oÂ£ the first team guard posts in . th^mytliicaVselectioiis. 'Pettit. is. one ofsthose guards wio -takes She' ball off both backboards, such procedure Â· being an accepted trait of a hard working and capable defender. Pete Kalinich of Waterloo East and Owens are the other first team defense men. Kalinich had a sensational record this year. Always assigned to guard the star basket shooters, he never allowed his "man" to get more than two field goals all season. In fact, 19 players succeeded in scoring 23 baskets against him all season. Burlington's fine team is represented on the second squad by Ralph White, a forward who never wa s held scoreless. The offensive punch in a team which was rated by many observers as the best in the state, White found the hoop for 224 points during the season. Jerry Pooler of Iowa City and Ralph Grange of Waterloo West are the other second team forwards, two brilliantly versatile players. Neither Beats Davenport. Ted Miller.of Dubuque and Niles Jack of Vinton rate the second team center jobs. Miller had a great record, once hanging up 20 points to .lead Â· Dubuque to victory over the great Davenport team.- Basketball's 10-point men rate on a plane with track's ID-second men. Niles Jack, a 6 foot 3Vz inch pivot man, was even better than that this season. He averaged more than 13 points a game for the year. Jay Cox of Creston came to the state tournament unheralded anc unsung so far as this section of the state was concerned, although southwest Iowa was well acquainted with him, especially the high school basketball forwards. Cox performances here lived up to his home district's expectations. In fact, many observers thought he was the best guard in the state tourney. Cox, Hert and Menze fill the second team guard posts. No smal part of Mason -City/3 effectiveness depended on Hert. A veteran, with the aplomb that comes with skil and experience, Hert shared the job of keeping the Mohawks' head above water many times when the cause looked hopeless. Gordon Js'amed. On the third team, St. Ansgar's Fred Gordon, John Reilly of Roose veil, Cedar Rapids, and Russ Love of Albia rated forward jobs. Al three came into court with enough support to give the leaders for firs! and second .teams pleny of compe tition. Ryan of Ames and Koberg of East Sioux City placed in the select group as third team centers while Strassburger'a running mates at guard on the third team are Glen Snider of Sharon and Junior Nash of Central Sioux City. Both latter lads were mainstays of their teams. Snider is the only Class B player to rate all-state recognition, although several came close enough to be listed in the honor roll. The Iowa Daily Press association through its member papers wil present players or. all three mythi cal all-state teams with certificates describing the honors they have won. LUNDBERGTAKES ALLEY CONTESTS Mickey Mouse, Butter Bread Get Games by Default in Playoff Tussles. D. K. Lundberg won three games rom Florimel Beauty Shop in the Women's bowling league Thursday light, as a card of postponed con- ests was rolled off. Mickey Mouse and Diamond Butter Bread each won three games by default, from Style Shoppe and the Golf and Country club. The Lundberg 2,361 was the high earn total, while Ella Woisnak rolled a 518 series and a 185 high ingle. n. K. LIWDBERC. * ro. Ynlmmk . oui:herty lamhrr . chpmnier iephan . Actual Â«ns Handicap ... TOTAL PINS 753 809 799 FLORIJIEL BEAfTV SHOP Players-- - lit 5Â»J =rd R. Hall Doe Actual Vln, - . . B7B SlÂ» Â«8 1623 Handicap 45 48 4i 13S TOTAL PINS 621 864 573 1758 iast's Leather Pushers Have Opponents on Rope PROVIDENCE, R. I., Iff)--The east's mitt swinging claimants, for amateur boxing championships had heir southeastern and midwestern rivals on the run Friday as the na- ional junior tournament entered its !inal stage. Of the 3-2 battlers who qualified for the semifinal warfare in Thursday night's trials at the auditorium 22 hailed from either, New York, New ^England,.Newark or Philadelphia. ':Â· . 3rd To. 177 81Â» \fl 2n 156 IS 1-0 130 13!) TWI l.M 1-1.1 HIS 4SS 124 135 Il!t 37Â« 127 131 "0 Wt, 724 ~ a HCAGO GREEK'S STAR DIMS WHEN WHITE WINS MIX Contlnued From Page 11) o produce any offensive weanons and couldn't even put Falkner down n the fourth when the Manly boy was so tired he fell down several times from sheer exhaustion. The margin he had built up, however, was more than enough to provide he winning factor. Murphy Beats Anderson. Inexperienced though he was. John "Butch" Murphy, another ioly Family football star, made it a gala night for the parochial school by flattening Farmer Anderson of Clear Lake in 1:45 of the second heat Anderson, who had the best of the fighting in the opening -ound, seems to have a glass jaw or one solid blow by Murphy laid him out cold. The Clear Laker's ast start in the local ring also ended with him staring at the lights above. 145 100 100 155 .100 100 MICKEY MOUSE lÂ»t 2 1 M . IMaym-- !Â»* 2" a - lrrt Tfl - amla 1M as "Â» 1 -" 1 lick .'. US 113 "7 Â·Â»* I. (SIÂ»nv"lc 101 113 125 342 Â·neÂ» ".'.'.'.'.'.'.'!."."" Â·'.'.'.".'"! 104 117 31!l Actual Pins .liiii J47 6lil 1810 Handicap m 08 08 394 TOTAL 1'I.VS 706 W3 763 2113 DIAMOND BUTTER BREAD Players-- lÂ»t 2nil 3ril Tn. I. Hall 165 US 14Â« *!S ;tinkman 141 ISO 141 441 Due 100 100 Berncman 141 ;\Tcrnemnn 11!) 121 12* E. .oianviiic in no in -m Actual Pins ..-. Â«3 700 662 2004 Handicap 34 34 65 133 TOTAL PINS 670 734 7273137 141 369 Wrestlers Look for Place With Olympic Team After Chicago Champion Events CHICAGO, UP--The "siege" of Oklahoma, the nation's amateur wrestling- capital, opened here Friday. Nearly 300 simon-pure grapplers rom 21 states, all aiming at a trip ,o Berlin and the Olympic games .his summer, will match holds and agility over two days of competition n the national A. A. U. championships at De Paul university. And he battle cry of most of them will be "beaf those Oklahoma Aggies." Kansas State is expected to give the Aggies a battle. Individual western conference champions, Chicago, Northwestern, Illinois, Iowa and jidiana, as well as Cornell, are en- ;ered, while grapplers from California, Pennsylvania, Oklahoma and Temple universities also will compete. Two Pitchers Leave Club as Tigers Slice Rosters LAKELAND, Fla., (JPl--Pruning of the Tigers lists has ended until near May 15, when the roster will be cut to the required 23. The trimming- Thra-sday sent Pitcher Bill Phebus to Chattanooga and Pitcher Joe Hare to Toledo. The Tigers break camp to meet the Cincinnati -Reds Saturday in. Columbia, S. Car. Tom Baker, Max Butcher Win Places With Stengel SEBRING, iff)--lorn Baker and Max Butcher seem to have won places on the Brooklyn pitching- staff. Baker has allowed six hits in 14 innings against major leaguers and Casey Stengel says: "I'll keep that hoy even if I finish last." oe Moore Goes Without Blow as Giants Win Tilt CLARKSDALE. Miss., (.Â¥)--After hitting safely in 17 consecutive games, Joe Moore, the Giants' left fielder, went without a bingle as the Giants beat the Indians 6 to 5 Cleveland now holds five victories to four for New York in the series JUNIOR MEET OPENED. DES MOINES, tZB--The Buck eteers, Des Moines Class B cham pions, defeated Grinnell junior high 18 to 5, and the Melcher Maroons whipped the McCuskey Cafe team o B^one 30.to 20, in the first games in the state junior basketball tour nament at the Des M'oines Y. M. C A. Thursday night. M'CORKLE, 53, MARSHAL, DIES Canawha Resident Succumbs Suddenly to Attack of Heart Disease. KANAWHA--John McCorkle, 53, city marshal, died Thursday afternoon from a heart attack. He became ill in the Reikens motor sales garage and died a few minutes after i physician arrived. Mr. McCorkle lad resided here 15 years, serving as marshal 8 years. He leaves a wife and two children, Mrs. Charles 3rown of Laurens and Clement of Kanawha. irates Gloat Over Twin Killings Against Chicago PARIS, Tex., /P)--Between shivers over a cold snap, the Pirates gloated today over five double plays .gainst the White Sox at Tyler, Tex., Thursday, claiming a train- ng season record in the absence of statistics to the contrary. Manager Dykes of the Sox started rushing Bonura into shape for first base service so he can shift Haas to fill an outfield weak spot. MAKES 'EM TALK BIRMINGHAM. Ala., (.T)--Roy Parmalee's pitching had the boys :alking today. He allowed only two lits in five innings Thursday when- Cardinals played the Crackers in Atlanta. )efending Champion Tops Choices in N-S Contests PINEHURST, N. Car., (JB -George T. Dunlop, Jr., defending champion, was an odds-ou favorite ;o repeat in the North and South amateur golf tournament ag play began Friday in the semifinals. The former Princeton ace and three times winner of the North and South title, Thursday set a new amateur record of 69 for the No, 2 championship course in eliminating Richard Tufts of Pinehurst, 1 and 6. 3en Chapman Says Now He Will Play for Old Salary ATLANTA, -t.3?)---Bert -Chapman the present holdout "of the Yankees says now he will play ball for $12,000, the same salary as last year and will not Insist on a bonus. He still can't see playing for $10,000 and a 52,000 bonus, however, and when the Yanks left Birmingham last night Ben was not in the entourage. NEW YORKER TOPS CHICAGO, C-P) -- Mike Belloise, New York featherweight, ruled E slight favorite to whip Everett Kightmire, Sioux City, Iowa, in their scheduled 15 round bout at Marigold Gardens. A W E D V GARNER A V C K T IOWA SUN., MON., TUES. April 5, 6, 7 Wallace Beery-Lionel Barrymore Aline MacMahon in "AH WILDERNESS" [ B A L L R O O M J TIME DANCE TONITE" FRIDAY 26c pSÂ£. WMT GERMAN BAND Playing Old and New Music CARLNEBBE and His Orchestra Saturday, April 4 The Last Saturday 1 1 . Dance at l l C Winter Prices ken Â«.Â« . FOUR GREAT UNITS Clark Gabie, Myrna Loy in "MEN IN WHITE" Chapter 4, "Great Air Mystery" World News Flashes Gifts to Kiddies--Fri., Sat. Matinee At Mason City THEATERS STARTS SUN. "A TALE OF TWO CITIES" and "CORONADO" New and Old-Time Dancing SATURDAY, APRIL 4 Music By EARL HUNT'S UPTOWN ORCHESTRA Admission 25e Per Person, Tox Included NAME NEW COACH. D U B U Q U E , Iff)--Gerald Mc- Aleece of Dubuque, former Northwestern university athlete, will succeed Duane Wilson as basketball coach at Dubuque high school. DRAKE FROSH WIN. DES MOINES, (J)--Drake university freshmen defeated the Simpson varsity, 75 to 28, in a dual track meet at the Drake fieldhouse Thursday night Baken Announces Candidacy. NORTHWOOD--iL. A. Baken, Vorthwood attorney, who came to his city about two years ago from son City, Thursday announced his candidacy for the republican nomination as county attorney for Worth county. He will oppose 0. J. Wardwell, incumbent county attorney, who had previously announced lis candidacy for re-election.. Mr. Baken is 32 years of age and is a native of Worth county, his parents being Mayor and Mrs. T. S. Baken, of Kensett. a? B. i. r. "COLLEEN" OPENS AT CECIL Dick Powell and Ruby Keeler together with Joan Blondell and Jack Oakie, head the cast of "Colleen," which opens at the Cecil Saturday. The cast also includes Hugh Herbert, Louise Fazenda, Paul Draper, Marie Wilson and a score of others. Three new songs are introduced in this film: "I Don't Have to Dream Again," "You Gotta Know How to Dance" and "Boulevardier from the Bronx." * * * Another stage and screen show is billed at the Cecil starting Wednesday. On the stage will be seen "Hollywood Holiday," and on the screen is "The Prisoner of Shark Island" with Warner Baxter and Gloria Stuart. * * * "THE MUSIC GOES 'BOUND 'N' ROUND' ORIGINALS AT PALACE Farley and Riley, musicians who first recorded and publicized all this business about "The Music Goes 'Round and 'Round," are co-featured with Harry Richman, Rochelle Hudson, Walter Connolly and Michael Bartlett in a new musical with the same name as the song, starting Saturday at the Palace with "Boulder Dam" as a companion feature. V. F. W. Auxiliary President to Make Visit to Fort Dodge FORT DODGE, (jFl-- Mrs. Winifred D. Toussaint of Jersey City, N. J., national president of the auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars, will meet with representatives and officers of the Iowa department posts here Saturday and Sunday. A number of other national officers will attend the conference which is the only one Mrs. Toussaint will hold in this state. C. D. A. Conference Set for Fort Dodge FORT DODGE, UP)-- -State officers. chairmen and district deputies of the Catholic Daughters of America will hold a conference here Saturday with Mrs. R. J. Sweeney of Dubuque, state regent, presiding. The state chaplain, the Rev. F. M. Donohoe of Shenandoah is also expected to attend. STARTS SATURDAY Two Grand Features MARVELOUS MINUTES OF MIRACLE ENTERTAINMENT! Topped by SINGING WITH THE STARS- first new serÂ«Â«n- and-auditne* Itbfi sine* thÂ» Ulhfft* wore bom I MIXED DANC1 See F A R L E Y RILEY H A R R Y R I C H M A N ROCHELLE HUDSON W A L T E R C O N N O L L Y F A R L E Y R I L E Y and Ihtir 'Sound eni 'Soutt Muilt Mlthatl Bartlllt Â· Douglali DumbrilJ* llonil Standtr Â· ond thoutsndi o W I T H E X C I T E M E N T ! , Hit with ROSS ALEXANDER P A T R I C I A ELLIS Â· LYLE T A L B O T SENTENCED FOR BREAKING JAIL -lunst Taken by Sheriff of Wright to Fort Dodge for Sentence. CLARION--Virgil Hunst of Web- ter City was taken to Fort Dodge y Sheriff R. E. Wilson Thursday, vhere he appeared before Judge T. 3. Garfield and was sentenced to erve one year at the reformatory it Anamosa for breaking jail. Hunst scaped from the jail at Woolstock vhere he had been confined on a harge of disorderly conduct last all. He surrendered himself to heriff Wilson Wednesday. Service Station West of Rockwell Is Sold ROCKWELL--Leo B. Meyer, proprietor of the White EaRle service station one-half mile west of Rockwell on highway No. 65, reports tie sale of this property to Nate KiU of Mason City, who in turn sold the same to Leo McEvoy of Dougherty, who will doubtless be the new operator of the station. Mr. Meyer will probably give possession about April 15 .after which with his family and son Kenneth and family will leave for Oregon or some other location on the west coast. Albert Oleson, 50, Is Buried at Northwood NORTHWOOD -- Brief commit- al services were held at the grave n Sunset Rest cemetery Thursday c or Albert Oleson, 50, son of Mrs. John A. Oleson of this city, who died Tuesday of heart disease in Minneapolis where he had been several months. The body was brought .o Northwood Wednesday. The Rev. Carl J. Spieker, pastor of the lo:al Baptist church, conducted the rites. Albert was bom on a farm west of Northwood and spent his entire life here with the exception of short periods when he was employed elsewhere. Surviving are his mother, three brothers and two sisters. Joseph and Theodore, Northwood; Odeon of Albert Lea; Miss Groe Oleson, Mason City, and Mrs. F. C. Rogers, Oxford, Mass. Maybe you can't keep a good man down, but you can tax him till ie's sorry he ever got up.--Ivevvance Star-Courier. Plane to Dine at ANCHOR'INN BARBECUE Clear Lake Iowa Try One of Our Nice Juicy Steaks, DINNERS SANDWICHES LUNCHES DINE and DANCE COE PETITT at the Jflano Ruth Phillips, Prop. Residence at Hampton Is Damaged by Flames HAMPTON-- Damage estimated at several hundred dollars waÂ» caused by a fire which destroyed the upper floor of the George Crandall residence Thursday. The blaze started near the chimney and was discovered by the Crandall's email son, Robert. Content to Be Saturday. ROCKFORD--The Floyd county spelling contest will be held in the Rockford high school auditorium on Saturday. The contest will be under the supervision of Miss Fanny Howell, Floyd county superintendent, and will start with a written examination at 9:30 a. m. and this will be followed by the oral examination. Dr. Small, Ionia, Burled. NEW HAMPTON--Funeral services were held at the Congregational church in Ionia for Dr. L. M. Small, 69, with the Rev. Mr. Halbert, officiating. Services were also held at the Decorah cemetery at 3 o'clock. Dr. Small, physician at Ionia for 15 years, died following a long illness. FRIDAY is always the BIG DAY OF THE WEEK AT BOTH CECIL and PALACE Attend the Matinee! Charles (Buddy) ROGERS in "Dance Band" M O O S E Old-Time D A N C E Saturday, April 4 KELLY'S KELLODIANS Dancing 8:30 till 12. Lunches. 25c per person. ( NOW 1 S ACE Â· UNITS See her in the most dynamic role she ever brought to life! KflTHflRint HEPBURn GARY GRANT Hit No. 3 NOAH JEAN BEERY, JR. ROGERS 5) Hit No. 3- TOM MIX--Chapter 8 MIRACLE RIDER ^Â·Â·Â·^Â·Â·^Â·^^^^Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·^^^^^^^^^ starts Saturday In the fastest dancing show on record-Warner Bros.'first big musical in a year--with TWO great new comedy teams, a brilliant new dancing duo, and scores of Hollywood's choicest colleens in a lavish FashionSho w and swell chorus numbers! SWIWG IT, RUBYJ And-Aou-she swings ir-- with Paul Draper, ien- sationfti BroacLway importation--to Warren Dubin's new hil tunes-1 Don't Hsv! To Drum figain -You GotU Know HonloDanca Iwfmnfier From TTte Snwi Warner Bros.' New Hil with Cast of Hundreds f DICK POWELL-RUBY KEELER-JOAN BLONDELL JACK OAKIE-HOGH HERBERT-LOUISE FAZENDA Paul Draper Â· Morle Wilson Â· Luis Albern! Â· Girl* Goloref I EXTRA!! MICKEY MOUSE CARTOON "MICKEY'S POLO TEAM" ANOTHER BIG STAGE AND SCREEN SHOW NEXT WED. AND THURS. ''