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MASON. CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 4 · 1937 THIRTEEN COMMERCIAL CAGE TITLE Terry Thinks Squad Better New York Boss Says His Club Has More Power -All Around Park. GIANTS BETTER HAVANA, (/PJ--Having "started something" among the scribes when he said his New York Gi~ ·ants were a better club this year than last, Manager Bill Terry is now telling why he thinks so. The pitching is better, his outfield will be improved, and his infield, even if he doesn't play himself, is a better one, claims Bill. He insists Ihe improvement i n r e s e r v e strength makes the inner defensive cordon higher powered than last year. CLEARWATER, Fla., (/P)--The sum of $500 is asuming mountainous proportions in the Brooklyn Dodger training camp. Two of the top holdouts, Pitcher Van Mungo and First Baseman Buddy Hassett, are shouting that only $500 separates each of them from coming to terms--but they're not signing until they get it. SCALES TAKE BEATING ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., (#)_ The dressing room scales are taking a beating in the New York Yankees' training camp. Two of t h e ' larger pitchers in baseball Bump Hadley and "Old Blub" Malone have turned up weighing 210 and 201 respectively, while ·Hurler Monte Pearson brought more than 170 pounds with him, although he has already dropped 1 to 163. P A S A D E N A . (.Tj--Manager Jimmy Dykes of Chicago's White Sox, a lot^of third baseman in his own right,', is wasting no time in testing the'·,talents o£ his prospective successor, 18 year old Steve Mesner from Los Angeles. Dykes gave the pitchers and catchers little attention in the opening drill Wednesday, and concentrated in watching the youngster's fielding maneuvers. CUBS NEED FIELDERS . CHICAGO, (/P)--All of the Chicago Cub inlield talent is under contract but the athletes from whom the outfield will be selected still are listed among the dissatisfied. Billy Jurges, star shortstop, signed Wednesday, leaving Outfielders Frank Demaree, Augie Galan, Joe Marly and Tuck Stainbacl:, and Pitcher Tex Carleton unsigned. DECKER CAGERS HELP OUT WHEN SEASON CLOSES Corn Country Loss Puts Up Marshall and Swift in Leader's Position. HELP FROM DECKER'S COMMERCIAL LEAGUE BASKET-HAL). S T A M I I N G S ( S e c o n d R o u n d -- F i n a l S t a n d i n g s IV. I Mar*,li;ill ami S w i f t 1 1 Diamond Hrratl n -2 Corn C o u n t r y ^ -7 I'absl "" '·., ~, ;) Pel. Hamilto ...... . ..... W E D N E S D A V Pabst ;i); Hamilton'. 3d. Decker's 31; Corn C o u n t r y :J3. UAR.'.SWiFT-- »s |UIA. D R E A D -- IS IS "· P t | _ _ I E tt ft Cordle t hrouiver f C o n n e l l y e .Martin i Suter j I n OjHcrbener I 3 I "[Humphrey f ·7 n ISIBoyer f I II u]Mact»onald o 0 n 2ILane E [Isaacson y ft n V 3 II 1 1 i) ] 2 0 1 rOTALS 11 l liJTOTALS li C 4 Score at half: Marshall a n d S w i f t IS; Diamond Bread r:. Free throns missed: Marshall and Sivi/l .I,- Diamond Bread a. DECKER'S-- 31 |U. COUNTHV--:;3 Carroll I Rholl t [lanna c Ltnctctini Wolte f Snell E I 1 OJTJiurilc f :t o it II 1 ri|Usher c 3 n i :i i) in.ee r ^ n :; ;! II O I K r u c j e l t 11 0 II J* J- J-1 Paul f II 0 0 TOTALS lit ,1 ,-,11'OTALS l 7 ~ l ~ ( i Score at halt: Decker's 13; Corn Coun- Frce lliroin missed: Decker's 3; Corn C o u n t r y 5- IIAM1LT O N '5 --:!X |l- All S T--JI If ( t p t | I l i n m a n ( In :i 2| Brunsvold f Dintortli f |i n piracy r D o n r l l c 2 II l!|.U*(h"i3soli ; Ppshusla jr n n 2[CnrIsfnsen c "oil f 0 1 J|C n a n f |B»rr f I K o p e c k y t I f l i f t a i i II II 2 n o x-t t 1 n i l i a n o n 5 3 3 15 4 8 DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., (^P)-IE attendance at practice sessions can be taken as an indication, the Cardinals will play to record crowds during the training season. "Baseball weather" brought fans out Wednesday to pack grandstand and bleachers for the workout. President Sam Breadon forecast a heavy "gate", when turnstiles begin to click. BEDS LIMBER UP TAMPA, Fla., (/P)--Limbering up exercises and batting practice were ahead for the first contingent of Cincinnati Reds to arrive lor spring training. A second group was to leave Cincinnati this morning. Manager Charley Dres- scn said he expected to have 48 men undergoing daily workouts by Saturday. ORLANDO, Fla., (#)--Cliie Bolton, No. 1 catcher of the Washington Senators, was back with the team Thursday, trying to get an extra $500 out of Owner Clark Griffith. TOTALS 12 410|roTAI.S x Technical foul. Score at hall: Pabst If;. H a m i l t o n ' * 13. tree throws missed: Pabsl 8; Uamil- L O I L 5 U, Decker's second division squad played the role of Santa Clans to Marshall and Swift Wednesday niglit in the final round of second halt play in the Commercial league at the Y. M. C. A. Some what belated, Snnta made his appearance in the guise of Decker cagers as they upset Corn Country 31 to 23 while the Cleaners were winning 25 to 18 from Diamond Bread to surrender the second round championship to- Marshall and Swift's. Since the Cleaners are also first round champions they automatically become league champions for the season. The stunning upset inflicted upon Corn Country was the only factor which could have provided the Cleaners with a clear road to the season's title. Snell Leads Packers. Elwin Snell, former Iowa State college athlete, was mainly responsible for the Buttermakers' defeat, the Decker guard sinking four fieldgoals and twn free shots for a 10 point total. Also very much in the scoring column for the team of Davids who upset the Goliath of the second half were Clyde Lincicum and George Wolfe, each of whom were successful in making three fieldgoals. A luckless Corn Country club was led by Bud Johnson, Phil "Pop" Thurtle and Lee Usher, each of whom made three field ( C o n t i n u e d on Next rase) TRY AYALON CIGARETTES For Sale by the Following Dealers: Adams Drujr Co. Atlas Grocery and IVIeat market Boston Cafe Britven Sons Grocery Brownetl Grocery Casey Drue Co. Tlic Cavern Central Food Market Central Heights Grocery Chicago Meat Market and Grocery Cottase Grill Country Tavern Eadmar Hotel Elite Club livia Market and Grocery Duller Drug: Co. Federal Frutl and Grocery Forest Park Grocery Flavo Shop Ford Hopkins Co. Gallagher Grocery G.trfin Grocery Golden Oak Billiard Green Mill Hawkeye Club Highway Cafe Horseshoe Kail Hotel Hanford 'Cigar Stand Huxiable Drusr Co, Higlcy's Tavern Idle Hour .Tack's Place Kozy Korncr .T. Kropman Grocery IAnk Grocery Maid-Rite Sandwich Shop IVIaple Inn Marshall Ptegly Wiggrly M. B. A. Pharmacy Morris Food Store Palace Pool Hall Palace Sweet Shop John Pallis Grocery Park Inn Hotel Pleazol Cisar Store Quick Lunch Hccse Fruit and Grocery Ucx Ponl Hall K i a l t o Cafe Jloyal Billiard Shapiro Grocery Tip Top Tavern Town Talk Cafe Tlniicd Ciffar Slore Universal News and Smoke Shop Venice Cafe Walffreen Drue: Co. \Vander Inn Cafe Weed Pharmacy Cut Rate Grocery \ViIIson Grocery John Zahariades New-Better-Choice Quality Lowest Price-Save the Difference AVALON CIGARETTES ARE U N I O N MADE L E A Z E T Johawks Lose to Marshalltown Quintet 45 to 22 Luther Champion of Iowa Conference Luther college's Norsemen, who whipped Columbia of Dubuque 39 to 33 to clinch the title, are " ew r,nv£ . n cllammolls °r tile Iowa conference. The Norse squad includes, from left to right- ·.· i, ?' "°»-- T -'s Andersim, A l b e r t l,e». M i n n . ; M l i m i i r i l H.lusoii. S u r i n f V a l l e y . M i s . ; Arthur Graneaari], M i n n e a p o l i s . M i n n . i Clarence Nelson. Jlav- v i l l e . a. Dak.: H a m l e t TcLcrsnii, J r . , mascot; Cant, .lofcdy llaoyett Kcns^tl- llarlaii JIcKlnnes'. l..iuslnc; I r v a l KrickMin, DC Forest, Ws.! Theoclorr Nor- manu. Fergus Tails, M i n n . M I D D L E R O W -- . l a c k I.i-ton. C'rcsco, trainer; OBnl Norem. R o l a n d ; Robert .lacobjen. D c c o r a h ; Werner ISIsciiod, G r e e n e ; Leo Olson. Mabel, Minn.; Coach ll.inilct Pcd-'rson. HACK HOW--James H r m i l u n d , HatiKor. wh.; R o b e r t l.aunsbcrry McCalis- b u r t ; B o n Moore, S p r i n g Valley, wis.i J u l i a n M a a n u m , B a r r e t t . M i n n . ( K a y e n n y K n e r n v l n i ; ) Ruppert to Keep Yankees, Even With the Headaches PLAN TALKS ON GLASS D CLUBS Joe Carr's Office to Send Representative Out to Meet North lowans. FOREST CITY--A representative of the national association of professional baseball leagues, probably Director Joe F. Carr, will meet North Iowa and southern Minnesota baseball men here Sunday, to discuss the organization of a class D circuit in this area. George Feeney, state semipro bascbnlj director of last season. will represent Forest Cily. Forest City Squad Plans Pair Scraps FOREST CITY--The Forest City Ramblers play., at Thompson Thursday night of this week. Tiie : irst of the week the Ramblers defeated Fertile 32 to 20, for the eighth straight victory of tlie season. Charlson was high for the =iambiei-s with 14 points and ,Ten- uns led the Fertile team with 11 points. Marshall and Swift ci[ Mason City will piny the Ramblers at Forest Cily nexl week. Chicago to Be Set for Upset Victory CHICAGO, (/P) _ Minnesota's surprising Gophers will be favored to knock ofC Chicago Saturday night and thus assure themselves of at lenst a share of the Big Ten basketball title--but they shouldn't take the luckless Maroons too lightly. Not a man in the Chicago squad "Beer, Baseball Keep Jake Busiest Man in Town 'Round Calendar. NEW YORK, (fP) -- Col. Jacob Ruppett, immaculate in a gayly- chccked suit and tie, sat in his o a k panelled brewery o f f i c e Thursday and discussed the past, present and future of his New York Yankees. In the .past he recalled a Jot of fun and strange deals. In the present, he lias one throbbing headache named Henry Lou Gchrig. In the future--"Well, you get prepared for anything," lie said. "But I plan to keep the Yankees as long as I'm well." At 69, Bachelor Rupperl is indeed well. He walks between two and five miles every day. And between beer and baseball, he is the "busiest man in town." Every morning he is at his desk at 8 o'clock. "I never break this habit," he said. "Baseball has been my diversion from this routine. I've had my headaches in this business, but the pleasure by far overshadow!; the trouble." At the moment, the colonel is pleased by the letters he has received during his salary squabbles with the Yankee players. Almost all have favored his stand, he said. '"I've never beaten down a ball player in my life," he said quietly. "When Lefty Gomez was in here 1 told him I'd much rather pay him $25,000 a year than $12,- oOO. It he were a 525,000 pitcher, he'd be a lot better investment." (Gome?; signed his contract Wednesday.) LYONS HIGHEST AT LOCAL LANE Star Team of Night Takes Three Games, Shoots Highest Total. Lyons was the high team in the women's bowling league, winning three games from Florimcl and shooting 1,819 pins for the best total Wednesday night. D. K. has even been on the winning side in a Big Terr-championship game the Maroons have not won n conference game since defeating Iowa, 41 to 40, Feb. 23, 1B35, and will be primed for a rousing effort to produce an upset. OUT of the PRESSBOX By At Mitchell- COSIES THE MAILMAN' AGAIN "S * * * * * Hayfield had won 23 games, and lost one to ' y S a v n y a th game, business was suspended for the day . . . and the teams put on a real contest. It was tied up in the third fouls ' ' ' 6n JlggS Kttcr - Hayfield star euardf went outTM His brother, Bill, the smallest man on the squad went into the game, and camped under the Plymouth basket to score two goals icore'was 31 to''l3 CnOUS ^ '^^ K ^TMd a victory. The final * ' * * * * V C ° i ! C '! 1 K , iChlci d i t l l V l cotllc lo HnynclU u n t i l the G'-cat battle . . . and t h a t his overtime game with Sest VATERS IN LEAD Glen Vatcrs won the singles in Montgomery-Wmxi's weekly bowling league gtimes Wednesday night, shooting a 179 single, while the Mickclson-CainpbeH doubles team had a 577 to top that entry in the program. Davis andJVatcrs rolled^ H36 for the second doubles score. Lundberg and company won two games from Diamond Bread and Coca Cola took three by default. Leinhans had the high series with 475 while Woisnak's 183 was the best single. LYONS rlaycr*-- J,[ SnA flrtl Tnlnl Zu-erncmim ......... ri I H]R M L :n:i N(i ]fi! Itiu l:l:l 1:18 1 10 A c t u a l Pins ;",:i.l S:i.l o:(li KHir! TOTAL PINS . . . . . . FiOti HUG 0117 I K i y I'l.ojmiEi., Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd Total S l i a n c r ri:E |".-, |c|'«- -{T(| C h u i c k l'J.1 H!K l::i :I8Y B a i l e y US I'il ITili :i«!l T h o m p s o n Mfi 11)7 n~, ;i7R L c t l l a l rin» . . . . . . . IK-2 .]X.1 517 1 4 H I landienr. lit IH (M l»a TOTAf. TINS r,l!) TiSl 107G n. K. i,uNim:nr, 3rd Total It'-! Stenhan . , !! IK A c t u a l Pins IH.l nil TOTAL PINS ...... .177 ull ~(K8 nnfl D I A M O N D n R E A I I Players-- 1st :ml ^ril Total ick ................ I.1.1 I I S MX .|,-,l Cnokinan ............ i : i t Ifiil 1:1.1 -trtx TOTAL TINS .. .V,7 Iiu3 L'OCA COLA riaycrs-- 1st anil tnbb^i «7 10!1 llerrman l-\ 13-) Qnist inn inn A l h r e e h l . , l i l t ]flfi .Irrt Tolal 8K 281 ins rj« inn :tnn 1 7 7 J O l I l n n d i c a p TOTAL PINS H I H t H I i.VJ Cedar Rapids Boy Heads Iowa Squad IOWA CITY, m--Sam Johnson, Cedar Rapids junior forward, was elected captain ol the University of Towa 1937-38 basketball team here Wednesday night. Johnson became a regular o n l y nfter Wally Gaddis was declared neligible at t h e - e n d ot the first semester, but was second high scorer for the season. Fred Holicnhorst, Chicago, was named captain of the freshman cage team. Marquette to Name Former Star Coach CHICAGO, (/P)--Paddy Driseoll, f o r m e r Northwestern gridiron star, was reported Thursday to be Mavquette's choice as successor to Frank Murray as head football coach. Driseoll, a great back at Northwestern before the start of the last decade, played professional foot- jnl! with the Chicago Bears and Cardinals, and for more t h a n 10 years has been nlhlctic director, football and basketball coach at St. Mel high school here. Annual State Cage Scrap Under Way in Sectionals Maloy High School Moves Good Squads Aplenty Try Into District Tussle Without Contest. MS MOINES. W)--The annual stale basketball championship rate opened Thursday on 64 sectional fronts. First round sectional play involved 852 high school teams with 128 quintels scheduled to survive the-first elimination. The field will be reduced to eight Class A and eight Class B teams to compete in the state tournament. District Class A and B winners will enter the slate finals here March 18 to 20. Competition in the record field will be the keenest in history. Ames, 193S champion, is conceded little chance of repeating, while few of last year's district winners are conceded favorites. Maloy, one o£ the outstanding Class B quintets, is the only team which will advance to the district meet without opposition. There were few Class B opponents in Maloy's section and all ot those preferred to risk their chances against Class A opponents. FLETCHER ON TOP TF 1:1 ^li K Shots H ch'r c-r-y ^'U!J \V. ^Vood K 1 1 1 ) Gorman i. c i ID W a l l a c e te in iiufr f-t ... in: ·M'K'zy f.c-t 117 Cookman f fin l l e p n e r g-c .tn Slocck'r c . . I l l Or. Wood ... IT Major t :t Cooper K ... fi M a c D o n a l d r X W r u i i e r r .. - llrlsblne i .. a M. C. T o t a l s ! l l f l Opts. Totals KM SEASON'S itiicoiui .\'c\%'lon : l l ; Mohau-ks Hi. M o h a w k s 23: M n s c a t i n c 10. Clear Lake Hi; M o h a w k s I n . Mohaivks 21!: A l b e r t Lea. Minn. 15. Waterloo Wesl :1R; Moliawks 2'-' DAvenporl 83; Mohawks Hi. Marshalllown I I ; Mohawks 13. .- Moh'awlis 3J; Elilora 21. lUnliawlia J^; Charles CH3- I T Waterloo East 1'J; Mohawks 111. Austin, M i n n . , 21; Mohnwks 211. M o h a w k s 2-1: Tort Dodge V 3 D a v - n p o r t :I7; M l i l i a w k s 22. M i i s r . l l i n c 25; M o h a w k s 20. Alliert I.en, ilrinti., ;{;J; 3Ioha\rh M o h a w k s :il; Clinrlcs C'llj- 21. Waterloo -Vcst 2t: iVTohawks 2:1. A u s t i n . Ulinn., -J3; stohawks 21. !\rohawks 2.",; Waterloo ICast IT. Tv'eivlon 2.^; flrohaiv[.-s L 1 ). M o h a w k s :17; fort Uoilce n. Mol:awkn H2; Wchitcr City 2.T. IT. Mason City will enter sectional tournament competition w i t h Capt. Everett Fletcher far in front ot his mates in the year's scoring records, a summary ol the season showed Thursday. Fletcher collected 122 points in the Mohawks' 2'i games, while the team was winning nine contests and losing 13. Last season, Howard Stoecker had scored 217 points as the Mohawks went into tournament competition, while Fletcher had counted up 109 for second place. Clausen Cagers Get Top Notch as Scrap al School Gym Ends Kenneth Clausen's basketball team defeated Woody Sonls' outfit, 27 to 25, to win the class bas- kctbnil -championship in high school intramural competition. Every eager broke into the scoring, with Dick Oulman and Ray C lough lending Soal's squad on eight and seven points, while Jim Peterson bucketed nine and .Tim Cooltman poked in eight for Clausen's team. THE BOXSCORE: CLAUSEN'--:? ISOA1.S--25 fic ti ni| fc rt pr Pclerson t -| t l[Soals r II I n linirncz t 2 I) 2J VVaffne?- / 2 I) It -lansen c 2' II : i ] O u t m a n c t II I f'ase K I II lljMoorr f 2 I 11 Jookman r I D U j C l o u g l i g :t t l TOTALS l: I !] TOTALS II 3 J Score at half: Snals I.*:; Clgnsrn J I. Tree t h r o w s missed: C l a u s e n I. CARNEY TO GET OLD POST BACK New Hampton Star to Make Chickasaws Stronger for Court Scrap. NEW HAMPTON--New Hampton's prospects · to winning the class A sectional title at Charles City this week-end improved considerably Thursday when Harry Carney, brilliant New Hampton forward, was given the approval of the high school ^physician to participate. He has been out for two weeks with a sprained ankle. The two games in which he did not play were (he worst exhibitions t h a t n New Hampton team lias made in recent years. Tiic Cliickii.snws play Uicir fir.st «;ime in tho Class A sectional at Charles City Friday night against Nashua. for Honors in First Tourney Events. DES MOINES, (/P)--Good teams aplenty assure bitter sectional tournament battles in the sixth, seventh and eighth Iowa high school districts, with battles getting under way Thursday. Marshalltowrt's Bobcats, who net ,. fast pace in the late season to take second, place in the Central Iowa conference, are the new favorites in the sixth district. The Bobcats have light going in the State Center sectional meeting the home team and, barring a terrific upset, going on to play the winner of the Iowa Training school-Zearing game for the title. Mason City and Webster City, which lost to the Mohawks in its fina! start, are also in the sixth district, but whether the Mohawks and Lynx have enough power to capture the district crown is doubted here. Good teams aplenty assure bitter sectional battles starting Thursday in Iowa's seventh high school basketball district. There is a particular abundance ot Class A strength. East Sioux City, Spencer, Pocahontas, Emmetsburg; EstherviUe, Lawton, Storm Lake, Sibley, Rock Rapids and Sioux Center are boosted for sectional championships and the right to play in the district tournament next week-end. Enst Sioux: City, coached by the adroit Les Davis, again is clicking in the same manner shown by the lalenled 1934 and 1035 teams The Black Raiders, led by Don Fleming, rate the favorite's position at Correclionville, but the Sioux City boys are in for rough going i£ they meet the strong Lawton team. Bronson, the district's Class B representatives in the finals tournament at Des Moines last year again has a powerful club that expects to win its division at Cor- lectionville. The scramble for sectional basketball honors started Thursday on eight fronts in the eighth Iowa district with close observers scanning the Council Bluffs tournament for the team most likely to the district's Class A title next week. , Western l owa fa , 1Si a ]ot o£ them at least, believe that cither Abraham Lincoln or Thomas Jefferson, both Council Bluffs schools will swing through the sectional and district play to reach the finals tournament at Des Moines, March IB, 19 and 20. The opinion is divided when it comes to choosing the Council Bluffs winner. Abraham Lincoln's rangy club is a slight favorite, but the rce Jays upset their rivals 34 to 32, once this season and their backers insist they can do it again Xou get an indication of the intense rivalry between the schools with the information the teams refused to play a second game be- tc 52 thcy couldntt a Eree on a Iowa School for the Deaf Han cock and Traynor arc doped for a three-way fighting Class B battle in the district. ZACK HEADS UP SPORTING CLUB Mason Cityan President for Another Year, Others Named in Voting. Mike Zack of Mason City will head the North Central Iowa Rod and Gun club for another year fol- lowingthe organization's annual cl- oclion of officers, il was announced Thursday by Secretary Les Valentine. Bob Swciger of Clear Lake is vice president, Secretary Valentine will continue in his office and Jim Lennan is treasurer. E. C. Tobsing was elected historian, while the following men were named to the board of di- ·ectors: Vern Pclerson ot Clear Lake, Les Berry, Max Minott, Dr D. C. Higgins and L. A. Pa"c President Zaek spoke nn his recent trip to Mexico Cily at the March club session. It was nn- lounced lh.il ihe next club meel- ng, April 6, would be held at £lcar Lake. Jaysee Slappers to Play Four-Wall Test JUNIOR COLLEGE HANDBALL At Y. !\r. C. A. Court. DIVISION- A Ed nanlcen vs. Hob Jcssun. B i l l Bllller vs. Itay Ynunr. DIVISION n Hoi) Peters vs. Lortn Sheeklcr. Itnliert C o l l t n vs. Gale I.ane. John James vs. I.ee Uflher. Bob Campbell vs. Dud Ileneman. First round pairings have been announced for llic j u n i o r college K i n t l b a l l tournament scheduled at the V. M. C. A. court, w i l h two divisions scheduled to open the meet. Champions nf each division will play for the title. FLOOR PLAY OF ST, MARY FIVE IS WINNING FACTOR Si. Joe's Eliminated After Advancing to Finals of Archdiocesan Meet. SEASON'S ENDED CHAMPIONSHIP I O H A W K S (Mason C i l y ) -- S3 1ST. MARY'S K M a r s h a l l t o w n ) -- I f f 'C It |l|| Balek f II l H U l e l n d l f Colloion f :l 1 l[llulenk I M a d d e n (c) c I t o l M c s s l m f Jarosli c » | 2|Men«el f Peterson t l l) 2|U'ortman c Crou c 2 I llCarmody e |U'arlen f [Carter r I L u t t e r i It tt pt 1 1 2 n o n 7 2 1 n n n 2 1 3 n n n : I 1 n I n :i I 2 n u n TOTALS T H l ! | TOTALS 10 7 11 I'rce ll]ro\i-s missed: J n h a w k s -- I l a l e k *. Colloion I; St. MaryV-Carlcr 3, Mesilna Meindl. Score by' quarters: J O H A W K S » K H .;. ST. M A R Y ' S 11 :( M .IS Ofliclats; M c A U t c e , Cooper (North- ivestcrn). SEMIFINAL GAME .IO H A W K S |(. c. A. ( J I a s o n City)--3(1 |(Klnia)--2!! If II nl! 2 2 l|0'Ne||l f I I OlMorniami o 1 n Ijjoe Jo'jer i ·4 n OJJohn Joe'er i n I) l l G a l l a g a n i t I I l l v e l l y g Elalek t Chute r Collotnit t Coyle ( M a d d e n e Connor c larnjh r, Peterson f Cross f I I a o If II pr .T :t .1 1 1 2 i n 2 n n n 11 fl I n n n 3 \ 3 0 TOTALS 12 15 S] TOTALS X K n ^ee Ilirniu mined: Johawks--Halek t. Cros« ·, Chute, relersofti I. C. A.--Parilee y, Kelly. Score hy quurlcrs: .101IA1VKS ]| n "4 in 1. C. A C A D E J I l ' n ;| ]· ·; oriiclals: WciiJcntiaclicr ( D e n v e r ) ! DUBUQUE-- St. Mary's of Mar- shalltowii advanced to the state Catholic prep tournament at-Des Moines by easily eliminating St. Joseph's of Mason City 45 to 22 in the finals of the archdiocesan t o u r n a m e n t here Wednesday night. The smooth floor play of the team which had won 15 of 17 games before entering the Dubuque tourney was too much for the Mason City club. Messina, rangy Mexican forward for St. Mary's, opened the scoring with a follow-up fieldgoal, and more Marshalllown baskets gave the Green and White an 8 to (Continued nn I'a 5 e) B O X I N G GOLDEN GLOVES Miison City Armory THURSDAY, MARCH 4 See These Outstanding TOPCOAT 1685 All wool new spring par- terns, in light or dark colors. New styles, single breasted, half belt Bel- magans, raglans and double breasted polo f u l l belt models. HOME Of OOD CLOtHE? 1 1 5 SO. F E D E R A L AVf.

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