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RUDD BEATS WEST BEND IN DISTRICT TILT 'SHEFFIELD LOSES FAVORITES sip REMAIN IN IOWA CAGE TITLE MCE Muscatine Beats Ottumwa by 14 to 17; Council Bluffs Beat* Missouri Valley. By THE ASSOCIATED FRESS Sensationally close contests were anticipated Saturday ; in 'the '.eight district high school basketball tour- namenta as. play entered the final rounds, out of which. will emerge 16 survivors to carry. on the championship quest at Des Mpines next . week-end.- , : ." -.'·· v ' . : - ·:,··· . ' There were few up s eta Friday as the favorites continued ; their brilliant play. Muscatine, which jumped, into popularity by its victory over , Davenport Thursday; eliminated the strong Ottumwa quintet 14 to 7 in -a. defense battle and .loomed as 'almost a certain winner of district No. 1. The "Little Huskies" were to meet Towa City in the finals .Saturday. · , . ' . ' · - . · · · . · ' · '·. .. ,' ' ' , ! ' . - ' . ·· A t . Council Bluffs, two popular teams, Abraham Lincoln high of Council Bluffs arid Henderson, Class A and B teams, respectively; played high class basketball to get into the finals. -The Council Bluffs team de- · featcd Missouri Valley 33 to 12 and Henderson, a 1930 finalist, whipped Stantoa 14 to 12. Other.' victorious quintets were . Shenandoah, Spirit Lake, Roosevelt high · of ' De s . Molnes, Marshallto wn and Mallard. DISTRICT ONE AT DA.VENFORT Class A-- Vint Bound. low* City 28; Cenletjllle 6. Ottumwa 16! Fulrfleld IS. Dlascallno ZDj Davenport 18; Semifinal. Mo.icaUno U; Oltumwn 7. Io»» City IT: KeokoK 13. Class B-- Ttlnt Bound. Calamus .31: OH» 12. Victor 25; Mount Union ZO. Orandvtew 48; Thornburc ZO. Second Bound. Gnmdvlisw' *6: Victor 14. Calamus 37 i Sewal 16. DISTRICT TWO AT WAVBRLY C1a»» A -- First Fonna. , \ \ W r I y 2 Z s K e l n b e c k 2 1 . · Waakon 23; Montlcello ZZ. Strawberry Tolnt 22; Washington [CedM Rapids) 17. " - , Second Round. TjVankon 26 1 Wa-»erly 20. Class B -- Flnit Bound. Talo 2*; Fairbanks 11. Elms M:"ianesvllle 20. . Geneajco 16J Chelae* ». Second Bound. 28; Polo 10. DISTRICT THREE AT .NEW HAMPTON teM · A-- First Bound. at; JSMfala Ce-ttr «. BE-GAZETTE S RTS MASON CITY, IOWA, MARCH 14 1931 QAKLAND-PtNTIACS WIN BOWLING TITLE NEWS FROM ' TRAINiNG GAMPS HEUJttANN OUT, ' -' OETORD'IN WITH REDS TAMPA--There was both good and bad news in the'Cincinnati Reds camp Saturday, Outfielder Harry Heilmann, suffering from arthritis, may not be with the Ibiu.b at all this year. Horace Ford, infielder, made has appearance in camp and hope was held out that he would sign. · '. . · . * · * * . BROWNS OPEN EXHIBITION CARD WEST PALM BEACH--The St. Wfih -v LouisBrowns-cipenedtheir exhibition schedule here Saturday against the Columbus Senators. George ·Blaehpld'er was due to start for the Browns. ROOKIE PIRATES GROW CHESTY PASO KOBLES, Cal.-- There were many chesty' rookies in the Pittsburgh Pirates' camp Saturday as the -result o f ; their 18 to 2 victory over Paso . .bbles. The youngsters pounded but 19 hits. ~ * ..* * " ." BUSH TRAINS HIS CRITICAL EYE -SAN ANTONIO-- Manager Donie Bush trained his critical eyes oh his infield Saturday as his White Sox lined up for the deout with 'the New York .Giants. "I'm not-, worrying about my pitching staff, the catching department or the outfield," Donle said. "But the infield still is a problem. We Have .several youngsters and they should come thru with experience and teaching." Vic Frasier was scheduled to start on the mound. * · * TRIO STILL MISSING FROM NATIONALS WINTER: HAVEN, "Fla.-- President kewis C. ,Ruch of ;the Philadelr phia -Nationals, revealed Saturday castimcta mailed to " HERMAN, VANCE ARE NOT WORRIED -CLEARWATER, Fla.--Brooklyn's holdouts, Babe Herman and Dazzy Vance, don't appear to be worried by word from President Frank York that if they did not accept offers of $19,000 for Herman and $22,500 for Vance, they would not be permitted accompany the team to Havana 1 Friday. They'heard it and went out to play golf. . . - " .; ..'» .* » FRANK HOGAN STILL OVERWEIGHT SAN ANTONIO, Texas--Regarding Frank Hogan, oversize catcher of the New York Giants, who still weighs 250 pounds despite'strenuous efforts to reduce, Manager John McGraw said: "He's a great man behind the plate--in the dining room." Hogan will not play in Saturday's opener with the Chisox. , · ..*.*.* ,.' : BREADON FEARS UNLUCKY DAY ' BRADENTON, Fla. -- President Sam Breadon o£ the. Cardinals and Frankie Frisch planned 'to talk over terms of Frlech's ,1931 contract. The conference was set for THREE TEAMS IN TIE FOR SECOND PLACE IN LEAGUE Deckers' lowanas, Falstaif Pale, Sand Gravel Men Share Prizes. SATURDAY'S SCHEDULE Faktor- Bakery .vs. Purity Bakery on alloys 3 and 4, at "7:45. ,- ,,. ' . . . / The Oakland-Fontiacs won two out of three games .from the Ideal Sand and Gravel company, in Friday's bowling to clinch the league championship. The five took the lead early in the bowling race and was never overtaken. The Ideal Sand and Gravel, Decker's lowanas and ''the Falstaff Pale tied for second position. · . ' . ' - · · ' · . Chapiri O'Neil also won two games out of three from the Northwestern States Portland Cement plantT B. Duncan was high all around for the evening with 639 for a three game total and 233 for a high single. He took the Palace tickets with 660 and a haircut from the B. O. barber. Hicks of the Chapin O'Neil team also won a haircut with 600 flat. BASEBALL'S PRIMO CARNERA --By PAP · * ' . DISTRICT FOUR AT'BOONE Botme 39! Sao City -17. WelHter City 27; rocabonlsn IT. Class B-- Asminnsi: EoTlKilm SO; Stratford 19. - Lehlgli 26; Sulphur Spruiffs 14. DISTRICT FIVE AT DES MOINBS Class- A -- Semifinal. . Jtarsfcalllown 22: Amos 16. Roowvelt (»es Molnes) 25! Add 17. Class B -- Semifinal. Oilman 33: Hnilcy IB. Grander 20; TforwaJk 22. DISTRICT SIX AT CHAB1TON Class A-- First Bound. Mount Ayi 19: Chartton 18. Mclchci 33; O«ceola 32. Class B-- Semifinal. liberty Onter 20: nallas 11. Diagonal 31; Prescolt Ifl. DISTRICT SEVEN AT COUNCIL BtUFFS Class A-- Flmt Bnund. Abraham Lincoln (Council Bluffs) Sllssoorl Valley 12. , Shenandoah 34; Red Oalc 17. Class B-- First Round. Klrtanan 24; Cumberland 17. Henderson 2ti SUnton,. 12. DISTRICT EIGHT AT SMnlT LAKE Class A-- First Bound. Alia 19! Le Mars I«. Rolfe 30! Battle Creek .17. 'Semi final. · Alia 38; Rock Baplds 36. Sclrlt Lako 35; Rolfo 18. Class B-- first Found. Hull 26: Arnolds Tarlc 23. Mallard 41; Branson 24. . . - . {"Chuck" - Klein, ." Phil Collins and Sherlock "contained increases^, approximating- 26 per c«nt. These are the only players on the Phillies roster who have neither returned their; signed 'contracts nor reported at the training camp. "' . · : · · WILOY MOORE TO HURL FOR RED SOX PENSACOL.A, Fla.-- WHcy Moore and Danny MacFay den will do the hurling for the Boston Red Sox here when Manager "Shano" Collins sends his charges thru their first exhibition game of the training sea-. son with the Louisville Colonels. Friday but Breadon said. "I don't like to talk business today. This is Friday the thirteenth." » · '* TIGERS SPREAD OVER TWO BALL LOTS SAN FRANCISCO -- The Detroit Tigers fere prepared to spread themselves over two ball lots Saturday. The regulars seek revenge for the 5 to 2 defeat administered to them by the San Francisco Seals and the Yannlgana engage in their first exhibition game against the Sacramento club at Sacramento. * * * ROOT MAY AGAIN HAVE BIG YEAR. tOS ANGELES -- It begins to look like another big year for Charlie Root, star righthander of the Chicago Cubs. He gave Los Angeles but three hits in five innings despite the fact that his mates had given him a big lead. The Cubs won the game, 16 to 1. Pat Malone gave but two hits in four Innings. · · · · . » . * » . DAVE HARRIS IS GROWING TOO LARGE BILOXI, Miss.-- Dave Harris is OAKLAND-PONTIACS H. Lee 183 182 203 568 Eauclaire 170 213 182 565 B.Duncan .201 233 205 639 J. Juncan 190 189 168 547 F.Duncan. .....161 189 185 535 Handicap 9 8 9 27 33; Totals'" 914 1015 952 2881 IDEAL SAND GRAVEL Pusch .....191 171 178 540 Woodhouse 153 177 201 531 Gaylofd 224 150 181 555 Stenner 224 170 190 584 R. Johnson 157 157 196 490 Handicap ...... 9 9 9 27 totals ..958 834 935 2727 N. W. ST. V. CEMENT PLANT Schutz 177 153 177 507 M, Pirkl .......161 124 180 465 E. Clausen .... .157 210 163 630 Lavelle .........184 182 161 537 Bull ...IBS 199 167 .521 Handicap 57 57 57 171 Totals 901 925 9052731 . GHAPIN O'NEIL COAL Brown 203 208 154 566 Hloks .....204 171 '225 600 McLaughlin ...153 225 161 539 O'Neil 203 204 155 562 Schrader ...."...148 147 160 455 Handicap ...... 39 39 39 117 Totals ... 950 994 894 2838 _ , . getting too big for Manager Walter Johnson of the Washington Senators. The outfielder "was turned over to the trainer Saturday told to "lose some weight." and Loughran Beats Schaaf With Powerful Jabbing Philadelphiah Is B pj) s t e d to Contending Position Among Heavyweights. TO DOLLIVER IN 23 TO 16 CLASH GoldHeld-Garner Paired in Class A Final; Dblliver to Meet Rudd. NEW HAMPTON, March 14.-Rudd high school defeated the West Bend high school in the district basketball tournament at New Hampton Friday night 30-23. Rudd took the lead thruout the game with the exception of the first few^minutes, At. the end of the first quarter. Rudd was ahead 11-5. West Bend outscored Rudd in the second quarter. Rudd outscored West Bend in the third quarter and increased the lead to 24-17. In the fourth quarter, Schmidt, West Bend forward, got hot and nearly evened things, but Brandau, Rudd center, and Hanaon, guard, again took things In hand. ·Schmidt was outstanding for West Bend. Hanson and Brandau starred for Rudd. WEST BEND--23 Schmidt, t Mikes, 1 Ludwig, o Jurgens, g . . . . . . {Jcarhnrt, g ...... Wllderman, g .... FG . . . 6 , .0 .0 .0 .1 Totals B RUDD--30 FG Finch, f ..-.- 1 Ell, f . . . . 1 Mathers, c 0 Brandau (o) 5 Mailer, g 0 Hanson, g ,4 Shanks, g ..1 FT 6 1 0 0 0 0 FT 1 1 0 0 0 4 0 PF Z o i 55 1 2 1 2 0 3 0 1 1 lilt Tt* A. P. All BUbU Neu Ziegler 98 Swenson 102 Adcock 107 Axell .; 136 Totals ...:.. 582 ISO-VIS ....139 139 128 99 104 184 654 130 119 105 169 188 408 345 308 3SO 508 A. A. U. Mat \Tourney in Final Stage 711 1947 PERFECTION t I; I GIRLS TOURNEYS AT MANLY (First Round), Mclntyre forfeited to Floyd. : Nora Springs 25, Kensett 20. Little Cedar 18, Rock Falla 7. Sheffield 28. Manly 22. , AT \VEST BEND . ;(First Round) ." Havelock 34, Rodman 18. LuVerrie 38, Ruthven 10. (Second Round) Ottosen 22; West Bend 21. Whlttemore 31, Plover 23. AT HANSELL - (First Round) Geneva 10, Alexander 9. Hampton 24, Allison 7,. Iowa Falls 23, Dows 17. Hanseli 40, Chapin 20. (Final Round) Hanseli 35, Iowa Falls 18. (Geneva and Hampton ^rfthdrew because of sickness.) AT GRUNDY CENTER. ~ (First Round) Aplington 30, Grundy Center 25. .(Second Round) . Conrad 47, Shell Rock 32. Reinbeck 64, Finchford 13. Aplington 41, Newhall 24. AT ARMSTRONG. Armstrong 28, Ledyard 14. Ringsted 2, Dolliver 0, (forfeit.) Bancroft 27, Lone Rock 24. Seneca 42, Graettinger 10. One good way ot providing farm relief would be to require restaurants to serve enough butter.--Syracuse Post-Standards. By HERBERT W. BARKER NEW YORK, March 14. (ffi^-The best left han'd in the business again has boosted Tommy Loughrah into a contending position among the heavyweights. _T h e canny P h i 1 a d e Iphian' showered a bar rage of annoying Jabs on Ernie Schaaf, big and strong Bostonian, i n M a d i s o n Square G a r d e n -Friday night to win .the decision hands down over a man who twice ..Tommy Lougliran had beaten htm. May Meet Sharkcy. Some close observers of the spori took it that Loughran, by reason o: his successive masterly exhibitions against Max Baer,and Schaaf, to gether with his popularity, was in line for another shot at Jack Shar key in an outdoor show here this summer. . The New York etate athletic com mission, one- of Sharkey's atronges supporters, would not be averse seemingly to L approving a Sharkey Loughran match -in opposition tc the title duel between Max Schmel Ing and Young Stribling in June. Uses Short Jabs. Loughran Jabbed Schaaf into tottl ineffectiveness last night, kept .him off balance with jabs, used jabs a a means of opening up a path for right cross and lippercuts. Tomm won seven o£ the first eight rounr but eased up in the last- two rounc enough for Schaaf to gain an edg In both. Loughran weighed 182% Schaaf;] 200. The Philadelphlan's next engage ment Is with Tuffy Griffiths in Ch cago March 27. WARTBURGW1NS FROMOSCEOLA ritt Loses to Washington in First of Junior College Games. CRESTON, March 14.--Wartburg and Washington basketball repre- entatives won the opening games n the state junior college tournament here Friday afternoon. The Wartburg dribblers won rom Osceola Junior college, 28 to 1, in the first game. Tbe contest was close from the start with the Daceola team leading at the end of the first quarter, 8 to 7. The "count at the half was 10-alI. Washington scored an easy 36 to 34 win over Britt Junior college in .tie second game. The victors led from the start and the outcome was never in doubt. In the 'evening games Creston md Fort Dodge advanced. Creston downed Maquoketa 50 to 32 and Fort Dodge eliminated Burlington 34 to 32 in an overtime game. Miller 144 155 116 415 Holland 145 131 158 4M1 Hardy 151 9 165 415 J. F. Williams . 92 118 108 318 Moreland 122 192 119 433 Totals 654 695 666 2035 RED CROWN ETHYL Galbraeth .158 134 162 454 Mallay .112 126 130 368 Youngerman ...155 109 148 412 Knorr 133 136 127 396 Gamble 128 174 163 465 Totals 686 679 730 2095 ATLAS TIRES Nolterieke 176 145 168 489 Anderson 156 111 138 405 D Williams 155 IBS 142 '450 Stilwell 160 215 148 313 Otto .156 157 138 451 Totals .......793 781 734 2308 Washington U Looms as '31 Swim Champions ST.- LOUIS, March 14. UFh- Washington university of St. Louis, with 13 men tjuallfied for the finals, today loomed as the probable- win- ·ner- of the annual Missouri Valley conference swimming championship. In the preliminaries last night. Pat Frank, free styler, qualified for both the 220 and 440 yard events, bettering two conference records (3REENE WINS DOUBLEHEADER GREENE, March 14.--Greene won a doubleheader basketbal ':laah Friday evening with Dumont the boys won 23 to 19 and the girls won 33 to 11. ROCKFORD BEATS CLEAR LAKE FIVE Hayfield Wins From Chapin 59-27 in Rock Falls Tournament. ROCK FALLS, March 14.--Rock- 'ord defeated the Clear Lake bar- jers, -51 to 20, in the independent asketball tournament being played here. Mitchell was high .man for rlockford with 24 points while Nelson starred for the barbers with 7 points, Hayfield took the other game of Friday's play by defeating Chapin. 58 to 27. Hickok was high man for the Hayfield five with 19 points while Patton starred for Chapin with 12 points. Kersbergen, Russell, was the referee. Niefert, Central college, was umpire. , · Gargano Beaten in Feature Match of Meet. CHEROKEE, March 14.--Competition in the mid-west A. A. U. wrestling tournament advanced to final steps Saturday with, several close matches scheduled for the semifinals this afternoon. · Second round matches were concluded Friday night with the victory of Benno Funken of Omaha over Joe Gargano of Fort Dodge, one time national high school champion in the 175-pound division the outstanding .attraction. Results of other second round matches were: 112 pounds--Stoeckeler, Ames threw Natvig, Iowa State Teachers in 1:38; Michaels, Clarion, won from Deedan, Iowa City, decision; Weary Sac City, threw McConnell, Cherokee, in 1:19. 118 pounds--Reeves," Graettinger threw Steiner, Dubuque, in 5:06; Johnson, Fort Dodge, won from Black, Iowa State Teachers, decision; Streever, Clarion, won from Pigott, Cherokee, decision. 126 pounds--Arenda, Iowa Stati Teachers, threw Streever, Clarion in 3:03; Campers, Fort bodge, threw Mullica, Ames, In 8:50; Curran Cherokee, won from Cranston, Ode bolt, decision; Stoddard,-Iowa Sta't Teachers, won from Dawson, Cher okee, decision. 135 pounds--Frantz, Fort Dodge won from Rupert, Cherokee, decision; Brlndley, Iowa State Teachers, threw Jensen, Cherokee, in 4:24; Ruge, Cherokee, threw Dushek, Cedar Rapids, in 4:58 EXHIBITION BASEBALL By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS CLEARWATBK, Fla.--Brooklyn (N) 10; House of David 9. ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.--Boston (N) 4; Philadelphia (A) 3. SAN FRANCISCO--San Francisco (PCL) 5; Detroit (A) 2. LOS ANGELES--Chicago (N) 16; Los Angeles (PCL) 1. 147 pounds--Johnson, Iowa State Teachers, threw Heller, Cherokee, In 5:45; Whinnery, Fort Dodge, won from Poundstone, Clarion, decision. 160 pounds -- Ellison, Cornell, threw Sella, Fort Dodge, Jn 6:09. 175 pounds--Simons, Cherokee, won from Sweltzer, Cornell, decision; Luker, Iowa State Teachers, won from Alexander, Ames, decision; Chambers, Iowa State Teachers, won from O'Leary, Cherokee, decision; Funken, Omaha, won from Gargano, Fort Dodge, decision. Heavyweight -- Ralston, Iowa State Teachers, threw Gargner, Iowa Falls, in 2:38. FOUR YEAR PLAN BRINGS RESULTS TO BOSTON CAMP Jraves Considered Far From Setup Tribe as Season Approaches. By ALAN GOULD ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., March .4. (2P)--It has been 17 years since baseball miracles were being erformed by the Boston Braves mt the current "four year ilan" of development, under the nanagement of Bill McKechnie, already is showing- remarkable results, in its second season. Quietly but shrewdly, McKechnie, who piloted pennant winners at Pittsburgh and St. Louis, has rebuilt the Braves and sent them out along the war path again. They were a troublesome sixth last year. With additional batting punch and better baokstopping assured this year, the tribe will bo far from a setup. Adda Worthlngton. McKechnie has added to the outfield Red Worthlngton, who hit .376 for the Rochester International last year,' and Wes Sehulmerich, the $40,000 Los Angeles rookie, who hit .377 in the Pacific Coast league. They will flank Wally Berger, a sensation as a alugger in his first big league campaign in 1930. McKechnie also has revamped his Infield. Earl Sheely, who led the Pacific Coast league at bat with .403 last year, has returned to the big show to replace Johnny Neun at 'irst. At third, Bill Dressen, drafted 'rom . Springfield, Mass., where he lit .344, has the call so far over 3uster Chatham, who came up from Portland, Ore., last year. Hal Itosia--Has your husband a good ear for music? Sal Hepatica--I'm afraid not. He neema to think that everything he hears played in church is a luliaby --Tho Pathfinder. Committees to Plan for Pin Tourney S. Sobieske Calls Meeting for Sunday. Plans are taking form rapidly for Mason City's first bowling tournament in which teams from both northern Iowa and southern Minnesota will be entered. Posters and entry blanks have been mailed and prospects appeared good for a tournament equally as largo as the Iowa state meeting.. Mason City will have a good rep- lesentatlon, which will consist of nearly 25 teams. With practically new alleys on which to play, soma exceptional bowling is expected during the tourney. S. J. Sobieske, president of tho bowling association here, has called a meeting of all members o£ ths various committees for Sunday afternoon at 2:30 at the Boyd bowling parlors. He stressed the importance ot this meeting, since the time is growing short for pre-tournament work. The committees asked to be present are as follows: Commercial-W. V. Loring, Fay O'Neil, J. Irons-i L. Wllcox; professional--L. Moe, J. Decker, Dr. Parks, H. Towner and Axel!; industrial--F. Pirkl, R. Abbott, G. Senn, E. Dunton, R. Johnson, M. Bushgens, R. W. Brady, P. Leonard, J. Mueller, L. Plon and Wayne McGowan; farmers--G. Squlers and John Wilcox; automobile--G. Smith, J. Daniels, G. Sauer- fcerg and Sam Peterson; maltmen-- P. Wllcox; publicity--L. Carle, F. Wall, S. Sobieske and T. Krumbholz. Totals ...12 0 8 Referee: Billings (Upper Iowa) umpire, Martin (Grlnnell). Dolliver defeated Sheffield high school in the other class B game by 3-16. Dqlllver was ahead 6-0 at the nd'of the first quarter. The game was unusually clean. At the end of the first half, Doliver was ahead 17-3. Olson, Dollivor orward, hit the basket from all angles. Sheffield held Olson and scored five points the third quarter, in the last quarter, Olson again found the basket for three field goals while Sheffield could score only eight points. Kammeler, Sheffield's big center, was high point man with two field goals and one free throw. Olson was high point man with eight field goals. ·. · · . SHEFFIELD--18 FG FT TF Thomas, 1 . . . . . . . . . . .1~ ._·, . 0 . . . . 0 Essllngefj t. . * . , . . . , i%' ^ · 0 - 0 Kummeier, o . . . . . . . . . 2 : : " ' . ' . l ' v 1 Eckhardt, g .0 0 ~ 0 Eno, g 0 0 O Baxter, g .Z 0. O Crook, g .0 1 1 Totals 1 Z 3 DOLLIVER---ZS FG FT FF Cuylar, t 1 1 X R. Olson, f 8 0 0 Oswalt, c 1 0 1 J. Smith, g 0 0 0 Larson, g 1 0 0 I ir Keystone Remains Intact. The Keystone combination remains intact with Rabbit Maranville, at short, and the brilliant fielder, Freddy McQuIre, at second. Chatham will undtrstudy Maranville', the only active survivor of the 1014 championship Braves, but the Rabbit is smoking strong cigars and breathing defiance to all rivals for his regular position. Harry (Socks) Seiboid, who won 16 games last season, heads a veteran pitching staff, which includes such veteran right handers aa Bruce Cunningham, Ben Cantwell and Fred Frankhouse, along with two of the craftiest southpaws in the game, Tom Zachary and Willie Sherdel. McKechnie labels Regis Leheny, Pittsburgh product, as a great rookie prospect. Al Bool, purchased from Pittsburgh, adds another potent bat to Columbia Cage Team to Represent Iowa DTJBUQUE, March 14. Columbia academy of Dubuque will represent Iowa In the national Catholic basketball tournament this month as the result ot its 19 to 10 triumph over St. Ambrose academy of Davenport last night in the finals of the state tourney. St. Francis academy o£ Council Bluffs won consolation honors by defeating St. Patrick academy of Danbury, 13 to 9. Totals 11 ' 1 S Officials: Referee, Martin (Grln- ncll); umpire, Billings (Upper Iowa). MITCHELTBEATS OTRANTO FIVE IN ST, ANSGAR TILT Independent Cage Tourney Nears Final Rounds; Osage Wins. ST. ANSGAR, March 14.--The Mitchell All Stars emerged victorious from the first round of the tournament hero by defeating Otranto 35 to 27. The game was closer than the score indicates. The lead was changing hands continually tub neither quintet gained an advantage of more than two or threa points. At the end of the first quarter the score was tied 8 up. At the half way mark, Otranto led 16 to 15. In the last two periods, the Ail Stars forged ahead and held tho lead till the final whistle. Heckstein took individual scoring honors with 17 points for Mitchell and C. Howard made 12 for Otranto. The Coca Cola team from Mason City failed to show up to play the Osage A. C. Osage took the game 2 to 0. The. finals and the consolation frame were scheduled for Saturday, evening at 7:30 and 8:30. MITCHELL--S5 FG Trout, f S Thompson, f ...S Heckstcin, c .8 R. Nyman, g 0 Wnndiwiss, g 1 P. Uyman, g 0 FT Z 1 0 0 0 pp o 1 0 s 2 1 Asker--You say your wife !a very ill. Is it dangerous? Teller--Oh, no. She's only dangerous when she's well.--The Pathfinder. tho attack. He led the Pirates In runs driven In last year. He will share the backstopplng Job with Al Spohrer. Totals 15 5 OTRANTO--27 FG FT S. Howard, f 0 0 L. Bewick, f 1 0 Pike.-f 0 1 C. Howard, c 5 Z A. Bewick, g 3 0 Larson, g ..,' 3 0 Totals 12 S 8 PF 0 2 1 2 Z Z In spite of tbe depression we haven't noticed many cotton stockings up and down the avenue.--Exchange. I meat anouia r not oe predated and 1 Mrs. Earl Sheka, 116 Seventh sculpture known.

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