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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 3 ·§ 1937 NINE MOHAWKS FACE CLEAR LAKE IN TOURNEY Portly Lads Losing Beef Jottings From Camps of Major Clubs in Far Away Southland. GAZETTE SPORTS SECTION CLEAKWATER, Fla., (^--Gordon (Babe) Phelps is hoping to do big things for the Brooklyn Dodgers this season and that doesn't refer to his size. The catcher has been chopping wood all winter, Phelps explained, and is down to 216 pounds as compared to the 240 he brought to camp last year. ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., (/P)-Although only the batterymen are officially in training yet, the New York Yankees have good news from their outfield department. Myril Hoag is back in form. Hoag, who was badly hurt last July and had to remain out of action the remainder of the season, arrived from California Tuesday and reported he was in perfect shape. SOX HAVE REUNION PASADENA, (/P)--Wednesday was reunion day for Manager Jimmy Dykes and his Chicago Whits Sox pitchers and catchers. The parly which left Chicago Monday night was due this morn- · ing and Dykes planned to hustle all nands to the training site before noon for the first workout of the.season. NEW ORLEANS, (/P)--Pitcher Bill Zuber, tali, knock-kneed German, drew attention Wednesday from Manager Steve O'Neill o£ the Cleveland Indians. "If he didn't have anything else I'd have to give him a chance on account ot those legs," said O'Neill. "I wouldn't say you have to be knock-kneed to be a good pitcher but Matty, Alexander, Ray Caldwell and Wes Ferrell couldn't walk without wearing calouses. on the inside o£ their knees." JOHAWKS CRACK THROUGH SCRAP AT CAGE MATCH Mason City Team Plays in Semifinal Contests at Diocesan Tussle. That's Number 2 ST. JOSEPH'S | (ELKADER)--!l IJOIIAWKS--1 tc 11 pdBslck I 0 0 l|Collolon f 0 0 QJP'son c-f Muench f Xoylan f McGee r G'Elity c F'btnder c Watch I 0 0 I Madden c Jarosh f Cross g Chul B [ o o o 0 i u 1 i i 3 0 3 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 2 Fifteen Teams in Two Sectional Court Tourneys ·-- CLASS A ; CLASS B Thompson Nqrthside Has Win in Tussle With Algona Local Team Takes 30-19 Go After Piling Up Easy Lead in Battle, Bye Thompson Mason City Friday 9:00 Thursday 0:00 Clear Lake Britt Saturday 8:00 Grand Finale ST. CECILIA'S HOLY FAMILY--311 | A l j o n » -- 1 9 (I (t pl[ ll It pi C. Zictlcr t 3 1 ailhissen I 2 1 1 Veji f 0 0 4|Barry ( 3 1 1 Cm- 2 0 0 Hujhes f Muehe c Cvanaugb ff t 2 0 M n l l p n h o f f c 2 0 2 1 3 Beslenleh'r ( " ~ ~ Nelson K Slelman r 8 0 4 r 0 0 0 Colemn TOUfJH SIX WEEKS CINCINNATI, (ff)--Eight cinnati Redlegs, five o£ them regulars, left with Manager Charley Dressen Wednesday to open spring training at Tampa, Fla. "Six weeks at the hardest work you ever did is ahead," Dressen told the vanguard of a squad which will, number 48. ORLANDO, Fla., (IP)--Manager Bucky Harris assured hard hitting Cecil' Travis Wednesday of a steady job at shortstop for the Washington Senators this season. After Travis signed a contract, Harris said: "The shortstop job is -his without 'fear of competition and he won't have that to worry about" TOTALS :i 3 IITOTALS s 310 Scare b* quarters: J O H A W K S 3 o Vi 13 S. J. (Elhader) 1 T 1 '· OHIcials: IVcidenliacher (Denver), Koob (Iowa). DUBUQUE--Shooting through the second round and into the semifinals, St. Joseph's Johawks dropped St. Joseph's of Elkader by the wayside in the archdiocesan basketball tournament here Tuesday, 13 to 9. By eliminating the Elkader quintet, last year's run- nerup in Class B competition, the Johav.'ks became favorites to slide by Immaculate Conception of Elma and enter the final game Wednesday night. St. Wenceslaus of Cedar Rapids or St. Mary's of Marshalltown will be in the title contest. The Johawks missed plenty of shots against the Elkader five, but three baskets were all the losing team could produce and two of those came from the deep back- court. Joe Madden's six points came in handy as the Johawks won, while Tom Peterson, who turned on the heat Monday, was finding the rim consistently, only to see his shots roll out of the hoop. The losers led 7 to 5 at the half because they cashed in on three H. Zlejlcr s D! Gregorlo TOTALS 13 41IITOTALS Score by quarters: HOLV FAMILY' 11 19 ST. CECILIA'S 7 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 I 3 1 1 Tree throws missed: Holy Family 9: St. Cecilia's 12. Shots from court: Holy Family 61; St. Cecilia's 41. Ileferee: Lyle Smith. Mason City's Catholic champions routed a North Iowa opponent with a fine record, including only one defeat by Catholic high schools Family this season, defeated St. when Holy Cecilia's of Friday 4:00 Nora Springs Forest City S a t u r d a y 3:00 Friday Garner Crystal Lake Friday 2-.00 Ventura S a t u r d a y 2:00 llayrield Friday 3:00 Hock Falls Saturday 8:00 Hanlonlown Thursday 8:01) Swaletlale LOUIS LEADS IN SPORTS POLL OF ACE SCRIBBLERS Bomber Favorite to Win as Editors Pick Five-Star Parlay Proposition. N O T E : Tliis 1« the flnt of two stories showing It aw g r o u p of lefcd- 1nK s p a r t a editors f c r e e a i t s the outcome of 1037 major sports events. It covers t h e p r o f e s s i o n a l al3e ot Ibe picture. Next: A forecast ot a m a t e u r e v e n t s ) Friday S:0n Klcmnto Thursday ":0 Lelaml LUTHER GRABS STATE HONORS Norse Come From Behind, Win From Columbia in Conference Windup. Luther Tops Loop Algona on Tuesday night at the high school court, 30 to 19. The Northsiders were in front all the way except for a portion of the first period, which saw the score tied at 4-4. Baskets by Cyril "Babe" Ziegler and Robert "Boob" Cavanaugh put Holy Family out in front after that, and the home squad led by 11 to 7 at the quarter. The Algona five failed to score during the second period, while .Cavanaugh and Dick Hughes counted twice each as the Holy Family margin went to 19 to 7. Not until Ed Thissen spun an underhand shot th'rough the net, late in the third period, did the visitors score from the court. They had added a pair of points on free throws by Thissen and Len Sietman in the same quarter, how- COLUMBIA--3D 1LUTHER--30 If II p f l Vatll f 6 J *]Bo5"le ' Co) ICelioe c 0 0 l|Nrlon f £|Ander5on I.e'ry c.f (c) 1 Kruse f 1 0 0 0|Hanson r o 0 0|Granra'rd 3 I 1 0 3 y ·· ti it 1 1 2 4 o o o 3 tree throws to one hawks. for the Jo- local squad scored three CONNIE WANTS GAMES MEXICO CITY, (fP)--Because Connie Mack, dean of major league baseball managers, believes in practice games to get his men in · condition, the Philadelphia Athletics will start on a schedule of a game a day until March 28 when they leave their training! base. Mack will split his baseball squad, and play two Mexican nines over the week-end. DAVTONA, BEACH, Fla., (£)-- The "Gas House Gang" has moved into the heavyweight class. Chunky, almost corpulent are the Cardinals'Manager Frankie Frisch has been putting through rigorous opening training schedules. Only "Stu :l Martin, recovering from an attack of appendicitis, and Lon Warneke remain the thin men of the club. COMBINATION SERVICE SPECIAL Thurs., Friday,, and Saturday Only Firestone's specialized 13 point Lubrication. Remove ivliccts, wash and repack wheel bearings wlfh proper lubricant. Dress top with Firestone's Hi Test Top Dressing. Thoroughly inspect en- fire brake system. Equalize all brakes on electric brake machine to show same foot pounds of pressure when brakes arc applied. scientific r o a d 3. 4. 5, 6, Make test. ONLY 99« AUTO SUPPLY AND SERVICE STORE MS f. STATE PHONE 766 GOLDEN GLOVES BATTLES READY 75 Entries Ready for Scrap to Start at Armory on Thursday Night. A total of 75 entries have signed up for the Golden Gloves bouts hich will start at the armory hursday night, Promoter W. H. ·ving announced Wednesday, hose entered weigh from 80 to 90 pounds, he stated. Joe Daniels and Slim Craychee /ill judge the fights, Promoter rving stated Wednesday. All outs will be three two minute ounds in length and will be ought with eight ounce gloves, hould the judges decide the out a draw, the referee will de- lare (he winner. All contestants will be weighed at a gymnasium situated at ID'/; North Federal avenue 'hursday afternoon and will also e given a thorough physical ex- mination when reporting to the rmory at 7 o'clock, Promoter rying asserted. Dr. C. M. Franchere will be .ouse physician nnd Lyle Tanner vill referee the fights. ever. The times in each of the last two periods, Harold Zieglev getting his two goals in the third, while Jack Muehe caged a final free throw to make the count 30 to 19. The Northsider reserves won 17 to 12, overcoming the visiting squad's lead in the waning minutes as Paris Di Gregorio caged a basket. Pat Laughlin and Jack Burnett poured through two more to clinch the victory as the game ended. Prep Cage Scraps Get Under Way in North Iowa Centers Boone Jaysees Take Rough Basket Scrap ·BOONE -- Boone junior college TOTALS 14 8 IC'iTOTALS H 11 12 Score at half: Columbia 25, I/uillcr 25. Olfictals: Relcree, K i n g of Grlnnellr umpire, Grlmslcy of Mason Cil3". DECORAH, (fP)--Luther college officials and Dccoi-ah business men Wednesday planned a banquet to celebrate Luther's Iowa conference basketball championship victory over Columbia college of Dubuque here Tuesday night. More than 2,500 fans checrec wildly as the Norse came from behind in the last half to defeat the Duhawks 39 to 33, after trailing in the second period. Harlan McKinney, substitute center, pulled the game from the fire for Luther scoring three baskets in rapid succession to overcome a 23 to 27 Duhawk lead. The score was tied 10 times. Paul,. Columbia forward, scored five baskets in the first halt to put the visitors ahead 25 to 21 at the end of the period. Paul scored 14 points and Hanson of Luther 13. Luther finished the season with nine victories and two defeats, while Columbia held second place defeated Eagle Grove to 25 Tuesday night in one of the roughest basketball games ever seen here, as 40 fouls were called and six play.ers sent to the sidelines. Brogden of Boone and Willey of Eagle Grove added a fist fight to the'lively evening program. r , Black Raiders Scrap to Win Warrior Test HAYFIELD--The Black Raiders whipped the Waldorf college reserves of Forest City Tuesday night by the count of 35 to 28. Christenson of the Black Raiders was high point man with 18 tallies. with 10 feats. victories and three de- Hawkeye High Cage Teams Halve Tests C A L M A H--Hawkeye high school defeated Calmar 38 to31, the Jocal girls winning 23 to 18, as the basketball season closed here Monday night. Cage Scores mail S C H O O L Warctly 20-so: NMslun is-o. Kenielt 38: {Inflon 22. Vopejoy 1B-H; Dows 1(I-R. I.edyird 30-r,lii Cranl 23-17. Ilawkeye M-18; Clarion Sl-23. JUNIOR COLLEGE Boone 35! Eagle Grnve 25. COLLEGE T.uthrr 30: Columbia ItH. Iowa YV'esleyan fit: Central 43, S,(. Ambrose HO; nubiuiue 3H. Mitchell High Tops County Court Tilts M I T C H E L L COUNTY LOOP Final Standings. W. I.. Pet. IHOiell -- 1 I .»"!! Orchard : 6 2 -Vr-n C a r p e n t e r fi A .1525 Olranlo « » -SOU L l l l l e Cedar S S .37S llclntirc 0 10 .00(1 CARPENTER--Mitchell high school is the champion of the U;'.:rll county class B basketball conference, with seven victories and one defeat in the final stand- ng, according to figures announced lere by Supt. Lyman Gates. Leland Indies Win in Thompson Fight LELAND--The Leland Independents defeated Thompson 42 to 26 in a Monday night basketball game. OUT of the PRESSBOX By Al Mitchell FINDING THE GOOD A letter arrives from Eric Wilson former University of Iowa frarl- rnVn n,;,,v,.r- -jj, . · · · i m e r n i v e r s y o owa track man, Olympic middle distance runner o£ nearly a decade ago '' un ' versitv ne ws service. Eric has that happy h6 §°.°u d among the bad - He writes ?- n i "l° sc nine ma J° r defeats Pagers Take Court Against , Lions for Game at 9 Thursday Night. By STAFF WRITER i'he proof o£ the pudding--is going to be in the playing Thursday night as Mason City high school takes on Clear Lake at U o'clock in Class A sectional tournament competition at the Lions' court. Coach J. A. "Judge" Grimsley, who said last fall that his team wouldn't be as good through the season as the last two outfits he'd turned out, but would be ready to give somebody a ball game by tournament time, will send the lads out. to prove that he was right. The Clear Lake sectional event gels under way at 7 o'clock Thursday night when Klemme and Lt- land meet in the opening contest. The odds are on Klemme to defeat the Winnebago county lads. Forest City will play Garner, and looks for a win, Friday night at 7 o'clock, and it's also a fair bet that Nora Springs will move past Britt to meet the Indians in the semifinal. Thompson Draws Bye. Thompson will draw the only bye of the tournament, in Class A, and is likely to drop out of the running when "it opposes either Mason City or Clear Lake in the semifinal round. Mason City or Clear Lake? You pick 'em . . . .The Mohawks are often reminded of that one-point decision, 16 to 15, which Clear Lake took from them in the early season. Mason City, perhaps proving the adage about teaching old dogs new stunts, has gone back to depending on a pivot man as the key of its offense, and it was under that plan of attack that the Mohawks surprised basketball fans all over North Iowa by drubbing Webster City, 32 to 25, to wind up their scheduled list of games. Gorman Holds Job. Hnward Gorman has come through capably in the pivot job, and he'll be ready to go again in tournament competition. With him. will be the veterans of the season: Capt. Everett Fletcher and Wayne Wood, winding up their senior and junior years, respectively, at guard; and Jack Wallace, his badly scarred hand again usable, teamed with Leland Huff, Bob Cookman or George Wood at forward All but Wood are juniors. The Mohawks won nine games out of 22 this season. Not an impressive record--but they were losing by three and four-point margins eJI year. Only Davenport's 25 to 16 and 37 to 22 wins, the 38 to 22 lacing handed out by Waterloo West and the 31 to 16 loss to Newton were "big score" Girls to Face Second of Tussles in Series of State Contests. NORTHEAST DISTRICT At Hanscll. ThursUzy-.Cnnrad vs. H a u i c l T , Walervllle vs. IVtlliriurc. Friday -- Conrad vj. W n l e r v l l l e . H a n s c l l V*. N V c l U b u r c . a t u r d a y -- C a n r a d vs. W«llsbiirf, Haniclt vi. Walervllle. NORTHWEST DISTRICT At West Bend. Thursday--Armslront vs. Gearfr. Weiley v. Weil Bend. Friday --Armslronr vs. Wesley. Oenrje vs. U'Cil Benri. Saturday --ArmslronK VI. West Bend. Georfe vi. Wesley. Eight girls' basketball teams will get under way Thursday in two North Iowa points, playing a three day schedule of games to settle district titles. Hansel! and West Bend will see North Town's teams centered on coming through the grind of round robin play. A team will not drop out of the tournament if it is defeated, but continues play until each squad has met every other. The champion and runnerup, on a percentage basis, are eligible to enter the state finals session. Two games a night will be on schedule at both district points. INN TAKES TOP HONOR IN LOOP Officers Also Share Night Laurels With Three Win Record on Lanes. Maple Inn and Decker's office each won three straight games from their opposition of Tuesday night, Hermanson Dairy and Decker's Plant, in the City bowling league. Tyler-Ryan Furniture won two games from Golden Glow to complete the schedule. High scores for the night were topped by the 2,898 total rolled by Maple Inn., while Joe Morks rolled a 247 high single and G52 top series. HERMANSON DAIHT Playcrj-- 1st 2nd 3rd ToUI Av. vruinbhole lumber ... :!undersan Morphcw 1J[) 158 '.'.'..'. 13H Ml 181 1 4 H 138 A c t u a l Plnj .. 713 171 Handicap 103 103 4110 ·1131 4HI1 41'J no 2 3 I H 300 TOTAL TINS .. 876 877 871 2CJ7 816 1'lnyers- M a l t e r ....... Slrom '........ rks ..'. nakcr. I'ou-cll Actual Fins Handicap . . M A P L E INN 1st 2 l l J 3ril Total , . . . 154 159 20U r,'J2 .... ISO 312 MB 510 . . . . 188 217 217 1152 . . . . HiC 1 1 1 121 431 . . . . 20IS MS H4 .101 an SIK 2I1BR 111 a 10 Hard Luck Dogs Top Horses Before Race fo; Widener Trophy MIAMI, Fla., UP)--Hard luck which has dogged the hoofbeats oi entries in the $50,000 Widener handicap claimed a third victim Wednesday as Elwood Sachsenmaier announced withdrawal of Roman Soldier. The gallant "Black Charger" which finished a dramatic second to Omaha in the 1935 Kentucky Derby, was to have been in a special warm-up race with Mrs. Emil Denemark's Two Bob .and T. D. Buhl's Couleedam. Trainer Phil Reuter scratched him, explaining the Soldier pulled up sore after a brief trial. Shortly afterward, his withdrawal from the Widener was announced. TOTAL TINS .. 041 1184 07'J 2838 1)0 TYLEE-HTAN FURNITUItE Players-- 1st 3ncl 3rd Total IValt 17(1 181 -MO rs(17 R o h l n a o n . . . . . . . !1H) 13.5 I I S 216 H3H Sanclerraard ... 1(33 2H:: ll ilSO Johnson 15 1.1ft in 4£l A c l u a l P h i s .. Slit 802 D'-Jli 2liC H a n d i c a p . . , 28 !!8 28 Bl TOTAL TINS .. 852 O'JO 051 27(10 Av. iso l l a c l d y K r a t l K i l l I t a d c l i r r e . . . . G O L D E N GLOW 1st 2nd Urd 150 If!!) 187 I;B (.in lot I7f» irvo ina : mi trill i 21:1 2dii n " g a drab back- f - a '- th ' ngS to bri S h t= n 'he picture ot the --A swift attack which produced a new Iowa basketball scoring record of 689 points m 20 games, breaking the mark of 681 points tablislied by the JS33-34 quintet. Eleven games were WPFf* Irt^l were lost. es- won, nine Max Sure Contract Good for Heavy Go NEW YORK, (UP) -- M a x Sehmeling, German challenger for the heavyweight championship title, arrived Tuesday on the Ber- engaria confident he would fight Champion James J. Braddock on June 3 in the Garden bowl. Madison Square games. In Class B at Clear Lake, the tournament will go to a hot final, with Ventura coming out o£ the upper bracket lower, to meet test. and Klemme (he the last con- Popejoy High Wins Double Court Test DOWS -- Popejoy high school won a double basketball victory here Tuesday right, the boys taking an 18 to 16 contest, while the girls won games. to 8, in two good Maltby led Popejoy, while Lame paced Dows. GOLDEN GLOVIiS Mason City Armory THURSDAY, MARCH 4 --The 168 points by Ben Stephens, sophomore forward, which was tne greatest' total made by an lowan since 1923. Stephens made 83 of his points in conference games. --The remarkable free-throwing of Stephens, who sank 70 of 91 attempts for a per cent of 76.9, and in conference games made 31 of 38 for 81.5 per cent. --The great battles against such title-contending teams as Purdue, Minnesota and Indiana. Of the nine losses, three were by four point margins and two were by six points. Northwestern was beaten twice and Wisconsin once for the only Big Ten victories. --Attendance was the best since the record season of 1933-34 . . . a total of about 107,600 saw the Hawkeyes in 20 games. The 11 home games drew 56,800, best since 1933-34, while the road games were seen by 50,800. --The perfect record against non-conference opponents . . . eight victories, seven of them before the Big Ten schedule opened. * * * » » . » It was Iowa's misfortune to draw a conference schedule which included Illinois and Minnesota . . . Purdue, another contender . . . and Indiana, a defending co-champion. The Hawkeyes might have made some progress even against such a lineup i£ scholastic ineligibiUty. had not taken Captain Kenneth Suesens, star guard, and Walley Gaddis, fast forward who averaged nine points a game. They left Feb. 1 and the .team had to be rebuilt for the seven remaining conference games. Sam Johnson . . , who became a regular after the loss of Gaddis . . . came through in grand style to finish with 113 points, 77 in conference games. And Joe- Van Ysseldyk, junior suard, finished strong lo tolal Bl points, of which 03 were against conference opponents. The team m;idc 254 field goals and 181 free throv.s, missing 121 charily tosses. Opponents had 252 field goals and 173 free throws for 677 points. The only men lost by graduation are Ed Thompson^nd Al Bobby, who shared Suesens' guard job and Matt Walsh, reserve center. "I am sure my contract to fight Braddock will be upheld." Although Braddock has signed to defend his title against Joe Louis in Chicago on June 21, the German insists it will not be for the championship unless Braddock defeats Schmellng tirst. A c l u a l Pins Handicap 81-1 83!l lias Sill TOTAL TINS . 8BO Oil 1 0 0 7 2801 035 BECKER'S OFFICE riaycrs-- 1st 2nd .'Irrf Total AT. I J n u k e r ........ 191 102 110 .111.1 101 Fall ............ isn i7D 17!) am tea 1 3 1 131 1R7 17!) l f 2 IffO 205 1GH 182 Upson Lindsay J. MacDonald 4M A i d A c t u n ! Pint · H a n d i c a p XHI XO.l 10!) 100 TOTAL PINS .. 1108 014 031! 281* 039 DECKER'S PLANT IM»S-crs-- lit 2nd :ird Total 203 1(13 115 fill Whitney C. K a u f r r A c t u a l Pin.. H a n d i c a p 1S5 . 170 . ISO 12(1 IBS i as 2rc -ins sin 537 472 By ALAN GOULD NEW YORK, (IP)--If you care to parlay expert opinion on the outcome of this year's major offerings in professional sports competition, for or against, here's the forecast: Joe Louis to whip Jim Braddock for the world heavyweight (itle in Chicago, Pompoon to capture the Kentucky Derby, Harry Cooper to wear the United States open golf; crown, and the New York Yankees to play the St. Louis Cardinals in the next world series. These are the concensus selections of America's leading sports editors who gazed into the crystal ball at the request of the Associated Press, crossed their fingers, and put themselves on record for the campaign of 1937 on all major fronts. For their information and yours, it's Broadway Jack Doyle's opinion this five star parlay is a 500 to 1 proposition. THEY LIKE LOUIS A year ago, the ringside experts wouldn't have given Braddock one chance in a hundred to keep his fistic crown safe from the assault of the Brown Bomber. So rapidly have subsequent events altered opinion lhat our poll shows a tally of only 27 to 20 in favor of Louis. This tallies pretty well with the present view of betting men that the Bomber will be no better than i 2 to 3 shot when he challenges the champion in Comiskey Park. June 22. Derby selections give Pompoon :he winter book favorite, only a 13 to 10 edge over Reaping Reward. The rest of the ballots cast on Kentucky's three-year-old classic were scattered. E. R, Bradley's Brooklyn received five votes, Maedic four, Galsun two. Believe it or not, two votes were cast for non-eligible, the 5 year old Rosemont. Maybe they were thinking oE last week's rich Santa Anita handicap. COOPER HOT CHOICE Harry Cooper seems to be the hottest choice for the U. S. open crown since Gene Sarazen won in 1932 in the favorite's role. Cooper is the pick of 20, with no other player close. Henry Picard received tour votes, Denny Shute three, with two each cast for Lawson Little, Sam Snead and Halpli Guldahl. The defending champion, dapper Tony Manero, had only one backer in the poll. The world champion Yankees, despite their holdout troubles, are top-heavy choices to repeat in the American league. They polled 38 votes out oC a.possible 47. The Detroit Tigers received .six votes, Cleveland Indians two, and the Chicago White Sox one. The New Yorkers, Doyle indicates, will be odds-on in the betting line this spring. Scarcely less overwhelming is .he support for the Cardinals in :he National league. They received votes, with the New York Giants picked by only five sports editors to repeat their surprising triumph of last year. The Chicago Cubs also have five backers, the Pittsburgh Pirates one. The addition of Lpn Warneke to the Cardinal pitching itaff seems to be considered the outstanding factor in the year's pennant chase. AT. no IKft no 17D 157 fi;c: K TOTAL FIHS .. «86 8iO IIO.T SCJI SSI Klemme lo Win? -That's the prediction right now, before the firing starts. And the guess is that Klemme will be the winner when the final gun booms Saturday night. Now, looking around at other North Iowa sectionals: Buffalo Center, North Iowa conference and Winnebago county champion, is booked for a grand fight with Swea City, Kossulh county tillist, at Burl's Class A meet, with Ledyard and Luverne left to fight it out in Class B. The Dows Class A meet is a tossup with Belmond, Clarion, Dows and Eagle Grove the entries. G o o d e l l is the outstanding choice in Class B at Dows. Undefeated in the Seven Eagles conference card of 10 games, and winning its third conference title in as many years, the squad looks head and shoulders above the field. ITumholdt Favored. WINGS WIN. MONTREAL, (UP)--Marty Barry scored three goals in the final period to lead the Detroit Red Wings to a 7 to 4 victory over the Montreal Maroons in a national hockey night. league game Tuesday Ledyard High Takes Grant Court Scraps LEDYAUD--Ledyard defeated Grant township 30 to 23, with the local girls taking another contest, 56 to 17, while the junior high school won .24 to 7 in a preliminary game. , Humboldl. is the favorite ol » Kl-tcarp field in Rcuwick's CUps A. Livcrmorc iind Kamnvlui. h u w - evcr. Eire rated upset possibilities. Goldfield is the Class B selection. Hampton and Sheffield are named as the leaders of Class A I probably meet at Sheffield. Clarksville and Rock- ' round. ford are outside possibilities. Hansell is a slim favorite in Class B. Ackley or Bldora probably will win Clflss A laurels at Ackley. Wellsburg, weaker than its 1936 finalist team, apparently h a s enough left to win Class B sectional honors. At Charles City, the Comets are given the nod over New Hampton in Class A, while the Class B race finds most of the 11 entrants starting at scratch. You can pick Decornh to win at home, also, in Class A, while the Class B teams fight for the title with no holds barred. One of the best sectional meets will be played at Emmetsburg where the home town team and Spencer are doped for a close struggle for Class A honors. Spencer Holds Title. Spencer collected the Lakes conference title but, because of conflicting schedules, did not play Emmetsburg, second place team. They're set to argue their differences this week-end. Webb and Lake Center are the best in Clnss B at Emmetsburg with the former the No. 1 entry. An even Class A contest, with St. Ansgar. Osage, Northwood and Lake Mills all given possible chances, will be run off nt Northwood, while Hie battle of the sru- son w i l l be 1!ic Class B mcctini'. between Kcnscli, champion ·.·!' Worth county, ami Plymouth. Ceiro Gordo and Twin River confer- The teams will in the second IOWA SECTIONAL CLEAR LAKE THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY MARCH 4-5-6 Following Teams Will Compete CLASS "A" THOMPSON MASON CITY CLEAR LAKE ' BRITT NORA SPRINGS FOREST CITY GARNER CLASS "B" CRYSTAL LAKE VENTURA HAYFIELD ROCK FALLS HANLONTOWN SWA LED ALE KLEMME LELAND ence champion. Tournament Games Will Be Played in Clear Lake's New Gymnasium LOTS OF COMFORTABLE SKATS A D M I S S I O N : Students, any session. 27n: A d u l t s , 'l.luirsdiiy n i e l l i . i'Vitlny tuul Siilunljiy aricrnoim, ;!5c. Friday and Saturday nights, 'lUc. Season Tickets, Students $1.00; Adults $1.25 E3CI!^

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