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MONDAY, MARCH 13, 1939 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE IOWA HIGH SCHOOLS in Final Cage CONTESTS iHife · ^ · · ^ A . A . . A . ^ A ~ _ . _ ~* " ~"~ z it, u. m it. a ** « «. . . . . .. ^^"^^ . . . . TRACKBOSSES IN BLUNDER AS AGE RECORDS GO OUT Negro Flash Winner Over Mile Veteran in Swift 1,000 Yards By LESLIE AVERY United Press Staff Correspondent NEW YORK, (U.R--The two ·fastest 1,000-yard runs ever made were not entered in the record books Monday and probably never will be, because of official blundering track followers rate with Referee John Getchell's football faux pas in the last Notre Dame- Carnegie Tech game. Johnny Borican, Elbcron, N. ,' J.. Negro flash, beat the great Glenn Cunningham by a stride ', in the 1,000-yard special at the Knights of Columbus meet In Madison Square Garden Saturday night. - Both bettered all records, indoor 'and out, but strictly unofficially .because of starting and timekeeping errors. The race also was clouded by the tactics Borican used to prevent Cunningham's .passing him. "Beat Gun by Yard" · Borican's time of 2:08.8, which bettered Cunningham's indoor mark by 1.3 seconds and Elroy Robinson's outdoor record by 9-10 of a second, stands no chance of being recognized because the official starter, Johnny McHugh, reported "Borican beat the gun by about a yard." Cunningham's .time of 2:09.2 lowered his own recognized mark by 9-10 of a second, and Robinson's outdoor record by 5-10. His performance cannot be approved because only two stop-watches caught him crossing the line instead of the regulation three. When asked why he did not recall the runners when he realized Borican had jumped the eun, McHugh said, "I don't know." In signing the record affadavit for John W. Price, chairman of the Metropolitan record committee, he wrote "false start." Price said his committee would discuss the matter, but that he did feel the mark should be submitted to the ·A. A. U. for approval. Argue for Allowance Borican supporters argued that Beating the. gun by a yard meant no more than one or two tenths of a second in a race of that dis- · tance, and that allowance should-be made and added to his time. Adding two-tenths, to his .time, his mark would be 2:09 flat still better than either existing record marks. Cunningham admirers c e n s u r e d McHugh bitterly and claimed he had cost their man the race. If Glenn had not lost that yard, it Is possible his bid ' to pass the Negro runner -would have been successful. As it was, many thought Cunningham was fouled because Borican bore out to keep him from passing, and under the rules which say no runner may "wilfully impede," it was illegal. But it is done all the time, and rarely called unles it causes a collision. No One Kemembered? Cunningham attempted to pass Boncan on the backstretch of the final lap. Cunningham broke stried and tried to gain the pole position from behind, but Borican. cut back in. In the homestretch Borican bore to the outside again giving Glenn no chance to get by. Asked afterward if'he was fouled, Cunningham said "Borican --- beautiful race." There seemed to be no explanation of why three watches were not assigned to the second man, except that nobody thought about Mason City Hoopers Win Out in District Six Charles City Falls 32-18 in Final Game, Hubbard Wins Class B Contest 1936 By At MITCHELL Globe-Gazette Sports Editor C T ty Wgh s *o°l's eyes were turned toward finals competi- PreP basketbaU race Monday, for the first time since n « » - . to ? each the final rouna sln « Mason lost to Ames in the championship game three seasons ago, to end a five-year stretch of appearances in the title fight, will go into action this week a.t Drake university ^= A ^ 2 1 1- 1S vict01 ^, ?y. ei ; Charles City high school in the Class A championship game of District No. 6, Saturday night, gave toe Mohawks their chance to move into faster competition: Upset Winners CLASS B Finn Bound HUBBARD--35 [GENESEO--33 le « J'l is it j 10 2 1 0 1 0 2 a a 1 o Bizer f 4 0 2 Thomas I . Hiserote f 4 0 Beck f-c Pfallzgraif £ 1 1 1 stoakes f Gerlaeh c 7 2 11 Wilkinson c Hend'son g o o 21Strohbehn g Steelman g o o Oj Mitchell g Dougaa g 0 1 l| TOTALS IS 4 I1ITOTALS 13 ~7 ~7 Score at half: Hubbard 16; Geneseo 14 Free throws missed: Bizer, Hendrickson 2, Eougan, Thomas 3, StoaHes, Mitchell 3. Officials: Karl Craenlee (Des Moincsl- Dick Pemble (Burlington). Back at the Top 'REP BOUT WILL DRAW 16 SQUADS TO DRAKE COURT Newkirk, Undefeated Class B Squad, Faces Mason City Entry IOWA BOYS' Basketball Tournament FINALS PAIRINGS Dr»ke University. D« Molnei THURSDAY GAMES tipper Bracket 0:00 a. m.-- Clinton vs. Diagonal 1:10 a. m.-- Hubbard vs. Lenoxx 2:M p. m.-MASON CITY vs. Neivkirk. 3:10 p. ni.-- Sac City vs. Webster Cily. Lower Bracket 4:20 p. m.-- Cedar Rapioj (Roosevelt) vs. Creston. 7:00 p. m.-- Ellsworth vs. Kalona MASON CITY--32 ... Shots FG Pickell f 7 Cololton t-g .. Barbour f-c .. Humphrey c . Anderson c .. Brisbane g ... Cooper g ... Challas g ... TOTALS CHARLES CITY--18 Shots FG Meurer f McGreevey f Walton £ .. Henke £ Maas Stopping a one-man team that provided enough support for its southpaw star, Myron Thomas, to carry it to the district tournament final game in Class B, Hubbard high school dropped a favorite Jbermeier g 8,124 See Games CEDAR FALLS--A new attendance record for district tournaments was established during the four sessions of the meet which closed Saturday night, officials announced. This year 8,124 persons paid to see the games while last year, when more than $3,300 was taken in at the gate, a total of 7,581 paid admissions. Saturday night at Cedar Falls to win its division of the basketball meet. The Hardin county team defeated Geneseo township of Buckingham 36 wlndup 33 in the Class B spite of a 23-point scoring spree by Thomas. Burlington 5 Wins Junior College Title Waldorf Cagers of Forest City Take Consolation Game BOONE, (UP)--Burlington Monday held the Iowa junior college basketball championship as the result of a 50 to' 38 victory over Chariton in the finals of the annual tournament Saturday night. Hugh McCartney, center, led the winners with 12 points, while Center Don Allen registered 13 for Chariton. At the half, Burlington led 27 to 8, but Chariton trailed by but six points at one time in the final quarter. Waldorf of Forest City defeated Northwestern of Orange City, 40 to 32, in the consolation round. Amateur Ring Tilt at Hampton Tuesday HAMPTON--An amateur boxing show will be held at the Hampton high school gymnasium Tuesday night. Pug Manders, Drake university football star, will referee the card CHEESE How Much Cheese Do You Eat? - consumption figures for some of the European Nationality SWISS DUTCH FRENCH DANE GERMAN BRITISH SCANDINAVIAN AMERICAN Annual Consumption Per Person 23 Ibs, 13V4 Ibs. 13J4 Ibs. 13.Z Ibs. 9/= Ibs. 9 Ibs. 7 Ibs. 5.3 Ibs. Iowa State Brand Creameries, Inc. Egger TOTALS ....44 8 2 Score by quarters: MASON CITY 7 11 "I CHRLES CITY 7 7 n .,, OlUIcals: Karl Greenlee (Des Moines). Don Pemble (Burlington). Mason City won going away in :he last three periods of its final contest at Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, after it had earned no better than an even break during eight minutes of Dattle with the team which beat .t twice during the regular season. Settling down to an easy pace after a futile effort to match speed with the biff Comets, the Mason Cityans played a careful game through the last three periods, centering their attention on clean shots and a nearly airtight defense. Up against nearly the same defensive plan that Cedar Falls had used to hold them through all but iie last two minutes of a semi- :inal contest, the Mohawks took "ewer, but better basket attempts n the final contest, and cashed in more than a third of their shots. Comeis Get Early lead Charles City, which had been played nearly to a standstill by its Northeast Iowa conference foe Waverly, in a semifinal thriller, lacked the pepper that the Tigers riad opened up against the Mo- uawks in their tough Friday bat- It was Charles City which got away to the lead, holdtnp slim margins at three different points in the first period as Wendell Obermeier outraced the Mason City defense on a fast break, then grabbed a bad pass to nush in another coal. Mason City got in front briefly as Maurice Cooper whished a-shot from the south sideline, and again as Don Pickell, who led the scoring against his former team-mates, rolled a rebound over the edge of 33 13 FT FTJI PP Pts. 2 2 1 10 0 1 1 2 0 0 4 0 0 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 2 6 0 0 0 0 9 IB rim. Charles McGreevey, t h e _ _ _ midget Comet forward, scored tc tie the count at 7-7, however, just before the first period ended. Slow Second Session The pace slowed in the second period, as the Mohawks gave up chasing the Comets to gain control of the ball. The session produced only two baskets, both by Pickell, and left Mason City ahead by 11 to 7 at the half. Pickell tossed one goal from the free throw circle and another from the northeast corner of the court. A brief Comet flurry sent the score to 13 to 11 as the third period opened. Maurice Cooper, who also sparked the attack that beat Cedar Falls, and cracked the nets effectively against St. Ansgar in other tournament games, scored a one-hander to open the session. Maurice Meurer, who topped the Comet score list, raced for one basket, and tipped in a rebounc for another. From there on, Mason City was in front and moving away at al points. Playing careful offense and tough man-for-man defense, the Mohawks grabbed a 21 to 11 lead at the third quarter's end. Bill Colloton, who played neatly at both forward and guard in spite of an injured ankle, scored five points. Brisbine, Barboiir Count Bright spots in the final period were Bob Brisbine's four points scored on a fast break and an out- of-bounds pass. The M o h a w k guard had been setting the defensive pace all through the contest. Equally neat were the pair of baskets and the all-around game played by Bill Barbour, slim sophomore who was called into action as Jim Humphrey left the game on fouls. Humphrey had been handed thi. job of stopping Big Jim Maas Comet shooting star who pumpec important goals from the back court in two earlier contests. Bar hour took the same assignment, and the Charles City husky wa given only two open shots durinj the entire game. TULSA WINS MINNEAPOLIS, (UR--The Tul sa Oilers put up a smashing anc bruising defense Sunday night t defeat the Minneapolis Millers to 1 in the opening game of th semifinal playoff series in th American Hockey association. By IKE SHELLEY Associated Press Sports Writer DES MOINES, (#) -- Iowa's ntprscholastic basketball cham- nonship, the most coveted prize n high school athletics, will be decided here this weekend. Sixteen teams, which escaped the pitfalls of sectional and district competition, will start the championship firing at the D r a k e university fieldhouse Thursday and the fate of the draw will brine together Diagonal's champions and Clinton, two of the outstanding teams in the meet, in the opening: contest. Pop Varner's Diagonal lads, vho became the -third Class B earn in Iowa history to win the itle when they licked Eolfe, 31 to 29, in 1938, pulled through the hird district to become the seventh Diagonal team to reach the championship tournament. Ciinfon No Soft Touch Pop's boys didn't draw a soft ouch as a starter. Clinton has a marvelous defensive team which also knows how to score when the -p p o r t u n i t i e s are present -cached for the first time by Peck Whistle-Tooters DES MOINES, (ff)--The follow- ng officials will govern the play n the state high school basketball ournament this weekend: M. M. Rogers of Lytton, W. W lartzell of Albia, Fred Winter of Cedar Eapids and Elmer Starr of Kstherville. It will be the latter's irst appearance at a title meet. Jeneva, who had sensational success at Albia junior college, Clinton conquered Davenport in the sectional tournament and went on o win the first district Class A championship at Iowa City. Clinon shot by Wilton Junction, 31 to 18, in the Iowa City final. Sac City's Indians and Webster City are matched in an- oiher feature first round game. The Indians, who have · Jim Thynne, center on Melrose's 1937 title team, to carry a big portion of the'scoring load, are rated as one of the top challengers for the title while Webster City developed fast in late season. The Lynx defeated Rolfe, 23 to 21, in the Class A final in district 7. Their performance, however, didn't match Sac City's 41 to 24 route of Sibley in the eighth district. Sac City and Webster City will play the second game on the afternoon card. Face Undefeated Team Mason City, the 1935 champion, and Newkirk will start the afternoon program. The Mohawks, always a good tournament team, won the sixth district Class A title by licking Charles City, 32 to 18. Newkirk, which doesn't have ts own gymnasium, took the Class B championship in the eighth district, upsetting Everly, a 1038 finalist, 44 to 29. The northwest Iowa team hasn't been defeatec in 23 games. MarshalHown's Bobcats, anxious to compensate for their showing against Melrose in the 1037 final, will play McGregor in the outstanding: attraction of the ni^ht show. The Bobcats took top honors in the second district with a 29 to 20 victory over Centerville while MciGreir- or ivon the Class B title in the fifth district by nipping Keystone, 21 to 19. Roosevelt of Cedar Rapids Class A winner in the fifth distric by virtue of its 29 to 21 decision over Belle Plaine, will tackle Creston's third district Class A winners in the final game of the afternoon. This contest may develop into one of the best of the first round. Creston showed power in stopping Roosevelt of Des Moines. 31 to 19. Class B Teams Meet The night program will be opened by Kalona and Ellsworth two Class B teams. Kalona defeated Yarmouth, 52 to 28, in thu first district and Ellsworth won the seventh district title with a 35 to 18 victory over Livermore. Hubbard, Class B victor in the sixth district, and Lenox, Class A champion in the fourth district, will get together in the final morntnff contest, and Kathbnn and Ute will close the night performance. Hubbard knocked off Geneseo 3$ to 23, for sixth district honors and Lenox came through with a 26 to 19 victory over Denison in Class A in the fourth district. Rathbun got the Class B title in the second district by stoppini Hartwick. 20 to 13, and Ute, a 1938 finalist, snuffed out Wiota' hopes, 28 to 23, in the B division in the fourth district Mohawks Take Look at Twin Trophies Back home with a District No. 6 championship tucked away, # Mason City hifh school basketbaU players took a minute Monday to admire the trophies they won at Cedar Falls Saturday night. The trophies are those given by the Iowa high school athletic association, and the Iowa City Junior Chamber of Commerce. The latter award, held by Bill Barbour, rieht-center, Is a new traveling trophy. * Left to right in the Mohawk group are: Bill Coopi and Globe*Gazette' Sports "Home Town" Welcome Is Given West Bend Champs BUDGE REPEATS PERRYVICTORY Red-Haired Tennis Ace Scores Straight Set Win at Boston WEST BEND--53 |LENOX--38 'B H pl| fg ft p£ t 11 0 IJDunbar 1 3 2 4 3 3jHogue £ 5 2 3 7 6 2|Wamer t 8 0 0 OJ.R) --Red-haired of Oakland, Cal., B O S T O N , Donald Budge , scored his second straight set victory in as many nights over Fred Perry, English professional, 6-0, 5-2, 8-G, before a slim crowd of 2,000 in Boston garden Saturday night. The match took one hour and five minutes. Perry scored but 10 points in the opening set anc" only the first and sixth games were deuced. He made a better showing in the second set, winning the fourth and sixth games on his own service. . Drus'l f Walker I Lock'd g Needing p Shcll'r Red Crown Keglers Win Three to Top Soco Bowling Loop Red Crown's three victories, with the Stanolex Fuels' high series of 2,077, and the Perfection ligh single of 763, were top items in the Standard Oil bowling league games of last weekend here. Dick Teeple' had a 225 high single and a 602 high series. Silver Grey Adds to Kossuth Margin ALGONA -- Silver Grey advanced three games during the past week to hold a five-game margin over the Titonka Theater in the Kossuth bowling league. The team standing: w. L. Silver Grey 52 17 Titonka Theater 47 22 Nick's Shine 42 27 Farmers 40 29 Wesley 3.1 33 Botrford 32 37 Court Houie 31 3S I-uvcrne 26 43 Burl 2T, « Junior Chamber 19 50 Pet. .753 .Ml .609 .580 .493 .454 .449 .378 .368 .233 Palo Alto Sextet Defeats Lenox to Retain Cage Crown Austin, Mankato in Regional Contests or Minnesota Title MINNEAPOLIS, (U.R)--Eight re- ;ional basketball titles in Minneota high school tournament play vill be at stake this weekend vhen 32 district winners battle or the privilege of competing in he state championships. In final rounds of district play he past weekend, seven defend- ng champion quintets felL by the wayside. Two favorites were elim- nated when Red Wing lost to South St. Paul in district 14, and Virginia fell before Gilbert in district 27. District winners were: They're Stars Again 0 0 SjH'thome g 0 0 ! 0 0 0 Carey 0 0 1 Veatch g o a o o o o o o 0 0 Robin'on g 0 0 2|Moyle ,, Swart'r g 0 0 IJBrokaw, g IBubb g TOTALS 22 9 15[TOTALS Score at hall: West Beni 25; Lenox 21 Missed free throws: Gearhart, DTUS- seli. Walker, Dunbar 7, Hogue 6, Warner. Oflidals:' Angus Moore (Iowa Wesleyan), Casey Heathman '(Mornlngslde) WEST BEND, (U.PJ--The championship West Bend girls' high school basketball team received rousing "home town" welcome Sunday. West Bend won the state title for the second consecutive year Saturday night with a 53 to 36 victory over Lenox, the runnerup in last year's meet. Mayor H. M. Mantz presented members of the team bouquets as they arrived back in West Bend. AH were guests at a community banquet. A caravan of 100 automobiles, headed by highway patrolmen, accompanied the girls to West Bend. History repeated itself in placing the same two finalists against each other again, although this year's game lacked the thrilling finish of last year's encounter when West Bend won, 44 to 41. Saturday night West Bend trailed 13 to 12 at the end of the first quarter, but never was headed after that. The half score was 25 to 21. Sports Calendar Monday--Bowling, City league, Tuesday--Bowling, City league. Wednesday--Bowling. Women's league. Badminton, Double-Y clut, Y. M. C. A. Basketball, Dubuque nrchdiocesan girls tournament, Waterloo competes), {St. Joseph's Thursday--Basketball, Iowa high school boys* tournament, finals session, Des Moines 'Mason. City competes). Bowling, Decker Plant league. Out of the Pressbox BY AL MITCHELL Mason City Has Ticket Block Looking ahead to Thursday afternoon, and Mason City high school's first state finals tournament basketball game in three seasons home folks who haven't purchased season tickets for the tournament won t be able to do so, now. There aren't any lelt, according to latest aavices received from Secretary George A. Brown of the Iowa high school athletic association. * * » · · * However, a block of 100 general admission tickets, each providing: a. seat in one section of the Drake-university fieldhouse, will be held for Mason Cityans, so long as the Mohawks remain in the meet. Local fans will find them on sale at the "D Club" room, in the upper east side of the fieldhouse. · * « . « . ' It seems to be apparent that the facilities of Drake fieldhouse are going to be taxed to the limit at the coming tournament. This season would have been a good time to move the meet to a spot where a crowd in excess of 15,000 can be seated. I feel that the members of the state high school athletic board who voted against sending the meet to the University of Iowa's spacious court were guilty of at least short-sightedness. They'll Have to Fight That big extra trophy Mason City high school brought home from District No. 6 basketball tournament competition Saturday ni°ht is : new traveling award, given for the first time this season to distric champions. The trophy was presented by the Iowa City Junior Chamber of Commerce . . . and now that the Mohawks have H, they'll have to f:ght to keep it at home, next season. * » » * * « Mason City will hold the trophy until it is defeated by another t-lass A team from within the boundaries of the current District No 6 Three consecutive district championships are required to gain perma- neiu possession ... and that's a large order. Bob Hogan, of the Iowa City Press-Citizen, presented Mason City its trophy at Cedar Falls Saturday night. · * * * « « There'll be some more trophy news later this week ... a special I award for stale tournament play is to be announced. .tarshall. Excelsior. B u f a l o w n m a i - Jrcckenridge. Sauk Centre. Fergus Falls aramerd. North Branch, Canton, Gilbert - *- TM mW Mason City Teams Lose Specials at Austin, Minn., Go Mason City bowling teams lost two special matches to Austin, Minn.,, squads at the neighbor city Sunday. An Austin men's team won, 2,542 to 2,493, from Mason City' while an Austin women's team took a 2,187 to 2,091 victory. A men's squad will play a return game here Wednesday. The scores: Players-- MEN'S MATCH Austin 1st 2nd 3rd Total . .............. 194 157 142 493 Biederman ..... ..... 141 171 169 4B1 Hunisness .......... 102 144 149 483 Bowers ...... ....... 181 170 182 S33 174 143 227 530 Total Pins .......... 882 791 869 3542 MASON CITY Players-- 1st 2nd Kaufman ........... 122 ni .. 159 144 158 202 156 154 163 i 0l 188 171 173 135 Tola i 468 431 531 529 Total Pins 793 852 84B 2498 WOMEN'S MATCH Mason City e'^F*" lst 2 " d 3rd Schmidt ............ 132 178 140 Heidenrlck ......... 108 116 124 '? 1 .............. 15 MO 1=9 bbs .............. HO 1(10 133 Johnson ............ 125 lai 140 TRACK BOSS HAS HALF GIFT FROM MICHIGAN SQUAD Wolverines Run Past Big Ten Foes to Get Conference Honors CHICAGO, (U.PJ--Michigan's Big Ten track champions presented half of their farewell gift Monday to Coach Charley Hoyt, who resigned in favor of a job at Yale The one-halt was the conference indoor championship--an all-time record of six straight -- and the other half will come next June when the powerful Wolverines go after another title in the outdoor games. Hoyt's record with Michigan track teams is unparalleled In the Big Ten. In 17 indoor And o u t d o o r championships his teams have won 12 titles and his sixth indoor victory in s row was one of the most impressive in the list. It figured to be tougher. Instead of the expected dogfight with Wisconsin and Indiana, the champions set two new conference records, tied one American indoor record and rolled up 41% points to 2414 'for second place Wisconsin. Milt Padway, Wisconsin's slim pole vaulter, set the third new conference mark. The records: 1. Shot put--Big Bill Watson, streamlined Negro captain of the champions, tossed the shot three times and broke his own 1937 record on each attempt He finally reached 51 feet, 8% inches. 2. Mile relay--Phil Balyeat, Warren Breidenbach and Doug Hayes gave anchor man Ross Faulkner a substantial lead. Faulkner almost lost it, spotted Ohio State's Harley Howells hammering at his heel and turned on enough speed for a new record o£ 3:19.9. It broke ar. old Michigan mark of 3:20.3. 3. Pole vault--Padway, who wasn't much of a prospect as a sophomore, was the whole shot in this event. He vaulted 14 feet, 1% inches, three and five-eighths better than the old mark of Earl Lennington, Illinois. 4. 70-yard high hurdles--Elmer Gcdeon came from behind and finished in 8.G seconds, tying the American indoor record he shares. It was, however, one-tenth slower than Lee Sentman's conference mark set in 1930. Four defending champions were dethroned. Carl Teufel of Iowa lost his 440-yard. title to Howell, Ohio's State's relay team gave way to Michigan, John Davenport, Chicago sprinter, was replaced by Northwesfern's Myron Piker, and Walter Mehl of Wisconsin was forced to hand over his two-mile crown to Jim Whittaker of Ohio State. 'Whittaker, recently recovered from influenza, whipped the defending champion and record holder by 35 yards. He led from the start. ' Order of the finish: Michigan 41%, Wisconsin 24%, Indiana 20, Ohio State 18, Purdue II, Chicago 9%, Northwestern 9%, Iowa 7, Illinois 6, and Minnesota 3. 450 348 474 373 446 Total Pini 650 775 666 2091 Austin Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd Total Biederman. .......... 127 15G 128 411 Braincrd ............ 162 182 177 521 £, ............... 133 154 121 40S l" 5 ............ 1H " 3 m cbrand .......... 146 139 192 310 477 2187 Total Pins .......... 682 768 739 Primo Camera Wed to Home Town Girl TRIESTE, Italy, (U.R -- Primo Camera, former world heavyweight champion, was married Monday to Miss Pina Cavazzi, 26, in the town church at Sequals. Basketball Marshall Swift vs. Austin, Minn. MONROE SCHOOL 7:30 P. M., Monday INSURANCE BONDS " MASON CITY LOAN A INVEiTMENT C Men' SUITS $19.75 DUNBUHY worsted* and twist! .... your asanranc* of extra »martn»»», «xtra wear, extra valuel Sport styles and business «ultg - . single and double breasleds. Ready tor you!

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