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March 18, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

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1 SIXTEEN TEAMS SET FOR STATE FINALS tb NORTH IOWA HAS FOUR BRILLIANT TEAMS IN MEET Goldfield, Rudd, Elma and Mallard Rated as Strong Title Contenders. E-GAZETTE S RTS MASON CITY, IOWA, MARCH 18 1931 IOWA STARTS WORK FOR STIFF GRID CARD II DES MOINES, March 18. UP)-Sixteen teams, undefeated campaigners in the sectional and district tournaments, Thursday will begin their drive for the state championship in the finals of the' Iowa high school basketball .tournament. The future champions face the prospect of playing four hard contests in three days, the final two to ne play Saturday afternoon and night. All-Star Teams Entered. The tourney brings together a group of quintets which have hung up enviable records during the season as well as in the .tournament play. Some of the quintets have gone thru the season undefeated, while others have dropped only occasional contests, defeats that were erased in, impressive performances in other games. The tournament will get under way at 10 .o'clock in the morning with Alta, a class A school, meeting Grandview, class B, in the first of eight games on the day's schedule. Muscatine, which toppled last year's champion, Davenport, in the district meet at Davenport, will make its first appearance at 11:10 a. m., opposing Elma, another class B school. Rufld to Meet Oilman. Mount Ayr and Diagonal, class A and B winners, respectively, in the sixth' district tournament, will open 'the afternoon's hostilities at 2 p. m. Diagonal, boasting an imposing sea- sou's record including victories over Mount Ayr, is favored to upset the class A quintet. The games at 3:10 p. m., will bring together two class B contenders, Oilman and Rudd. Two teams with perhaps the most impressive records in the tournament will tangle at 4:10 p. m., when Abraham Lincoln of Council Bluffs meets a highly touted c^ass B quintet, Lehigh. The Lynx have dropped one game this year, that to Omaha Central, and have won 19 games against the strongest teams of western Iowa and eastern Nebraska. Lehigh scored 25 straight victories during the season, numbering among its victims Goldfield, one of the class A finalists. , · Goldfield to Meet Vinton. | , :JiJi^idfleW;|^;..Vtot|M..jirny^^j?t{: lowed' by. appearances of tie two class 'B quintets who hav2 fought their way into the finals tournament for the last two years. Both are pitted against string class A opposition. One of these, Henderson, which went to the semifinals last year, meets Boone's fast team at 8:10 p. m., and the other, Mallard, will · tackle Roosevelt high of Des Moines at 9:20 p. m., the closing contest of the day. Friday's program will consist of four games, two in the afternoon and two in the evening. The surviving four teams will fight it out Saturday afternoon, with the winners and loaers meeting Saturday night for championship and consolation honors, respectively. Muscatine Rated ns Finalist. Muscatine, unless it meets unexpected opposition from the class B teams in its bracket, seems likely to be one of the finalists. If it defeats Elma in the first game it will be called -upon to face either Mount Ayr or Diagonal. A victory here would pit-it against Oilman, Rudd, Goldfield or Vinton in the semifinals. The other bracket, however, carried a list of formidable teams. Boone, Roosevelt high and Abraham Lincoln all are represented by strong teams, while the quintets of Mallary and Henderson, already seasoned by one year of play in the finals tournament, are certain to battle for the prestige of class B schools. The complete pairing, with times of all games: FRIDAY 1. Alta vs. Grandview, 10 a. m. 2. Boone vs. Henderson, 8:10 p. m. 3. Council Bluffs vs. Lehigh, 4:20 p. m. 4. Roosevelt (Des . Moines) vs. Mallard, 9:20 p. m. 5. Diagonal vs. Mount Ayr, 2 p. m. 6. Muscatine vs. Elrna, 11:10 a. m. 7. Gilraan vs. Rudd, 3:10 p. m. NEW TALENT MAY AID ATHLETICS LINE PROSPECTS APPEAR BRIGHTER THAN LAST YEAR Phillip Thurtle Mentioned Among Promising Backs for Hawkeyes. IOWA CITY, March 18. (IF)-Pre-season preparations for one of the stiffest football schedules ever faced-by a University of Iowa team, are under way at the Hawkeye football camp with more than 80 candidates working out dally under Coach Burton' A. Ingwersen. TO TEST SCORING POWER AT TOURNEY To Meet Badgers. DES MOINES, March 18. (IPl-- Edward H. Lauer, University of Iowa athletic director, "Wednesday announced the arranging of football games with the University of Wisconsin in 1932, 1933 and 1934. Lauer said the contract called for the first game to be played in Madison and one of the next two games to be played in Iowa City. Elma high school, representative of Northeastern Iowa at the state basketball meet at DCS Moines Thursday, has scored BBS points during the present season against its opponents' 482. Floyd Tate, center, tho man who is holding the ball in tho photograph, has scored 380 points himself for the season. The team is a fast breaking, powerful scoring machine. From left to right, the members of the team are: (Lower row)--C. Parsons, L. Bcllls (tournament guard for the district meet), F. Tivte--(tournament center at tho district meet), P. Tate, nnd O. Frank. Standing--G. Marliham, Coach W. H. Tate, W. Frank, F. Klwood. YANKS LEAD ALL IN SPRING TILTS THRU SOUTHLAND Champion Athletics Rated as Mere "Cousins" in Grape-Fruit League. NEW YORK, March 18. (/P--The Philadelphia Athletics may he champions of tho baseball world during the regular season but they're just "cousins" to other clubs now playing the "grapefruit circuit" in Florida, California and other training- camp states. The champions have, won only three games out of eight in the spring 1 training program. The New York Yankees have won six games out of seven with National league opponents and thus enable the American league to show a slight margin over the older cir- uit in games played so far. The ctual count is nine victories for the American against seven for the Na- lonal. In games of all descriptions, vhether against major or minor eague opposition, the Cleveland Indians set the pace with five successive victories ,all against New Or- eans of the Southern association. The Pittsburgh Pirates have won hree straight and the Boston Red Sox, two in a row. Here's the way the National vs. American league rivalry has gone so far: FROM T R A I N I N G CAMPS Associated Press PJioto As his World Champion Athletic players get along in yesirs, Connie Slack is looking for new talent. Above Mack is shown giving John Hev- Injfi understudy to Mlcltey'Cochrane,- a few pointers on catching. Hank "Mclipnald "and~A]bert "Bntcher, six-foot rookie Jurlers, both right banders, look good in spring training. 8. Goldfield vs. Vinton, 7 p. m. FRIDAY QuarterfinaIs) 9. Winner game 1 va. winner game 2, 7:30 p. m. ' 10. Winner game 3 vs. winner game 4,.8:40 p. m. 11. Winner game 5 vs. winner game 6, 2:30 p. m. 12. Winner game 7 vs winner game 8, 3:40 p. m. SATURDAY AFTERNOON (Semifinals) 13. Winner game 9 vs. winner game 10, 1:30 p. in. 14. Winner game 11/vs. winner game 12,^2:30 p. m. SATURDAY NIGHT (Finals) 15. Loser game 13 Vs. loser game 14, 7:15 p. m. (Consftl'ation). 16. Winner game 13 vs. winner game 14, 8:30 p. m. (Champion- TO BlADCAST STATE FINALS WO! to Give All Games Except Last; WHO to Give Finals. AMES, March 18.--All but the final basketball game of the state high school association tournament in the Drake field, house in Des Moines Thursday to Saturday wil be broadcast over WOI by remote control direct from the floor of the gymnasium there, according to an announcement by A. G. {Andyl Woolfries, announcer for the Iowa State College station. Broadcasting will be from 11 to 12 o'clock each of the three days and at 2 in the afternoon Thursday and Friday. The semifinal games will be broadcast at 1:30 Saturday GALLAGHER'S PIN STARS WIN TWO Allen Cafe Wins From Boyd Bowling Five; J. Duncan Is High Man. The Oakland-Pontiac five won hree games straight from the hapin-O'Neil Coal company and he Allen Cafe won two out of three rom the Mason City Boyd Bowling :orapany, a team that has but re- ;ently been organized. John Duncan was high all around vith 222 for'a high single and 583 or a three game total. The Oakland-Pontiac five also von two games out of three from he Albert Lea five in a 'special owling match at Albert Lea. Alert Lea's score was 2,703, while the Mason City pinmen rolled 2,800. The Decker league was scheduled :o bowl Wednesday night. Hans Puach, secretary of the bowlers' eague, is back on the job after a "ew days' layoff with influenza. ALLEN CAFE Hillier ..166' 168 131 46f Weber 214 15D 187 560 Pntney 176 149 183 508 West 143 136 192 471 Dobbs 177 203 190 570 Totals 876 815 883 2574 H. C. BOYD BOWLING CO. Nemmers 176 179 175 530 Loring 133 143 156 432 McDonald 189 151 156 495 Dunton .206 183 160 549 R. Lee 144 171 213 528 Totals 848 827 8602535 PURE BARLEY M/XLT POWDER · HOP- It Is not Caramelized It has no Burnt Taste. FLAVORED It dissolves in cold water w i t h o u t stirring ·stf. JKawifucfurcd Mi/' THE POWDERED MALT CORPORATION. I* L . l M A , O m O . I I LE AT YOUR LOCAL DEALER The Iowa coach is taking advantage of the early spring weather in pointing for next season's contests since the Hawkeye schedule does not include a practice game. Vets Report for Work. Six major and five minor Jetter men have reported for spring drill. James Dee, Mount Vernon, tackle; Capti Oliver Sansen of Alta, fullback'; Alexander Rogers of Florence, Miss., tackle; and John Warrington of Estherville, halfback; are not out for the early session but are expected to report for practice next fall. Outstanding among the 1931 prospects is Marcus Magnussen, center, captain elect last year who was lo^t to the team by ineligibility. With Magnussen's return to the squad next fall Ed Dolly, pivot man last year, will probably be shifted to one of the guard positions. Lino Prospects Good. Other outstanding line prospects are: Harold Hantelmann, Dubuque; Nelaori Tompkin's, Marengo; John Stutsman, Sterling, Colo.; Austin Akin,, Haynssville, La., veteran guards; ' Ray Story, Dubuque; Harold Swaney, Grinnell; Bernaru Page, Newton; and John Dierks, Clinton ends; Thomas Moore, Waterloo; Glen Baker, Davenport; Jerry Foster, Iowa City; Thomas Milli- sak, Ottumwa, and John Barber, Nevada, tackles. The quest for capable punting talent is being carried on by Coacn Inewersen in the spring practice with little indication that superior By THE ASSOCIATED 1'RESS CONNOLLY CHANGES TO PORT SIDE PENSACOLA, Fla.--Acting on advice of coaches, Eddie Connolly, Boston Red Sox catcher, has switched his batting activities from the right side of the plate, where he enjoyed but mediocre success last season, and is whanging the ball with extreme gusto from the port side. * * * SAM LESLIE HANGS TO GIANT LINEUP SAN ANTONIO--Even with Bill Terry safely in the training camp, John McGraw is going to havo lots of trouble keeping Sam Leslie out of the New York Giants' lineup. Sam has been the Giants' first baseman in Terry's absence and has rapped out a .500 batting averaga so far. : ~ ~ ' * * * YANKS ECLIPSE "MtJKDEKERS ROW" ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.--Not even in the palmiest days of "murderers row" have .the New York Yankees shown so powerful a batting punch as they're exhibiting this spring train season. In their last six games the Yanks have pounded out 83 hits, good for 54 runs. CUBS TO ENGAGE ONLY MAJOH LEAGUERS LOS ANGELES--To satisfy the demands of the customers, the Chicago Cubs will engage only major league clubs during spring training exhibitions next spring. President William Veeck said that arrangements would be made to play Pittsburgh, Detroit, and Cleveland during the 1931 training grind. · * · DASHIELL MAY LOSE OUT TO JORDAN BILOXI, Miss.--Wally Dashiell, aspirant to the post of utility infielder for Washington, has one fly in his ointment. He may lose his place to Baxter Jordan, a much better hitter. Since the utility man will not be called upon for 'much fielding, the job may yet go to Jordan. Honor Among Golfers Is Established Fact AUGUSTA, Ga., March" 18. W)-Is there honor bright on a golf course? There is. It's Miss Honor Bright, a Canadian, who is doing just dandy in a women's tournament here. She said her score was 164 for 36 holes and the officials approved it without a. word. GOO Dog Entries Expected. DAVENPORT, Marcli 18. (A* More than 600 entries are expectec in the second annual all-bred show of the Tri-City Kennel club which will be held at tho Davenport col Iseum, March 31 and April 1. The show will be operated under a charter from the American Kennel clul and national rules will govern. CLUB Won Lost New York (A) ........... 6 1 St. Louis (N) S 1 New York "(N) 1 1 Chicago (A) 1 1 Boston (N) S 5 Philadelphia (A) Z 5 Cincinnati (N) 0 2 Wei fl Heads Swimmers. AMES, March 18.--William Weld, Keystone Heights, Fla., has been elected to the captaincy of the 1032 Iowa State swimming team. Weld, who weakened during the latter half of the season by sickness, scored 21 points during the season's competition to rank third on the Iowa State team. He swims the backstroke. material will be uncovered. Baker of Davenport is the Glen only promising kicker among next year s sophomore candidates. Thurtle Mentioned. James Graham, Waterloo; Paul Armstrong, Chicago, and' James ·Siller, Quincy, 111., are regarded as likely varsity quarterbacks. Leading sophomore backs Include: Joe Lewis, Morrisonville, III.; Phillip Thurtle, Mason City; Johnson Greedy, Cedar Rapids; Lauevence Bison, Newton; Gilbert Kennedy, Ida Grove; Orvile Pickering, Oelwein, and Walter Nungis, Gary, Ind. FINAT.S OK MASO.V CIT1T HOWMNO 1 . LEAGUE 1030-31 Team standings at close of G. 1. Oakliuirl-Pontlacs ......S7 2 Ideal Band nnd Gravel .17 3. Falstoff Palo 57 ... 4. Deckers' lownnns 57 37 5. Fftktor Bakery .T 33 ~ J 6. Chnmnlln RcfininF 57 33 21 7. Allen Cafe 57 32 2.1 3. Joe Daniels' Service ...57 31 '* 0. Lyons' Cleaners ......57 3J 10. Globe-Gazelle 5 J 11. Alias Special "7 12. Fireside Fuel Company 57 13. N. W. St. P. Cement Plant 57 11. studebaker Free Wheelers ....- : M IB. Chapln O'Nell Coal ....57 lii. Rcnl Silk Hosiery . . . . . 5 7 HAFEY TELLS 'EM WHAT HE WANTS BRADENTON, . Fla. Chick 41 16 37 20 20 W 27 28 29 27 30 26 31 Pet. .719 .649 .G-19 .640 .570 .570 .fi«i .514 .520 .·191 .174 .156 20 31 ,40 23 22 .401 .380 Lee OAKLAND-PONTIACS 200 180 164 544 535 552 514 583 Eauclaire 146 202 187 B. Duncan ...156 185 211 W. Duncan 172 148 184 J.' Duncan 200 161 222 Totals 874 876 9782728 CHAPIN O'NEIL COAL F. Pirkl 169 176 186 531 Paulson 166 149 185 500 Brown 145 165 IBS 465 O'Neil 200 185 166 551 Hicks 153 140 178 471 Totals ..833 815 8702518 · ALBERT LEA. H. Johnson 192 227 167 586 .1. Johnson 142 195 187 524 Peterson 174 165 215 551 Robinson 165 153 181 49D I.Johnson 189 171 ISO, 540 Totals 862 911 9302703 OAKLAND-PONTIACS H. Lee 169 221 247 637 Eauclaire 150 214 166 530 B. Duncan 158 189 173 521 W. Duncan 211 213 178 602 F. Duncan ,. .\ , 190 173 148 511 Totals 8781010 9122800 21 21 20 .3fi8 .351 . . . . . 19 Purity Bakery ......... 57 20. Hcrmanaon Bros. Dairy 57 IllKh Ten Individual*. U.S. II.T.S. 1 F K Wnll ....... 23li 640 2! Harry Lcc ........ 2"5 «17 3 Babe Eauclaire ..232 641 4 S. J. Sobleukc' ---- 234 5 W Bender ........ 257 6. B. Jacobs ........ 245 7 O. E. Esllll ...... 23S S C. Bachman ...... 242 0 G. Thorn .......... 211 10. G. Walsh .......... 255 A. H. Holland of the Ctmmplln Refining team has the highest individual average wilh 206 hul he has bowled only six games and to qimliry he -would have to shoot, at least two- Injrds of all games. Hafeyte thriftiness Wednesday caused Manager Gabby Street to start a search for ,a capable left- fielder with a punch in his bat. Chick is demanding 515,000 for 1931, which President Sam Breadon says is- too much. Hafey's friends say contents of his safety deposit box put him in a position to enforce his demands or quit baseball. · * * * BALI, TO LOOK OVEK ST. LOUIS CLUB . WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.--Phil Ball, whose large bankroll didn't get that way from ownership of the St. Louis Browns, will give his 1931 squad the once over for the first time Wednesday. * * * PIRATES DON IJIG SMILES IN ALABAMA OAKLAND--The biggest smiles worn Wednesday among the 4 Pittsburgh Pirates are those of Jim Mosolf and Ben Sankey, Alabama's idea of a sweet shortstop. Mosolf, outfielder and pitcher, has been catching the eye of'Manager Ens with his fino hitting. . Sankey is passing the cigars in honor of the newly arrived Benjamin Turner Sankey, Jr., down in 'Ol Alabam.' * * * BEDS OBTAIN NEW FIRST BASEMAN TAMPA, Fla.--The Cincinnati Reds have obtained First Baseman Sherlock from the Philadelphia club to send to Hollyjvood of the Pacific CoaKt league as part payment for Mickey Heath, also a first baseman. ST, ANSGAR HAS CHECKER MEET Players From St. Ansgar, Lyle, Austin, Osage, Orchard Play. ST. ANSGAR, March 18. -- A checker tournament was held in the Legion rooms here Tuesday evening. St. Ansgar, Lyle, Austin Osage and Orchard players entered. Not as many of the old St. Anagar checker stars showed up as was expected. LAtA 'out l/ ou/ % % / -^ Cut One Lylo and Austin, First Team--52 O. A. Anderson, Lyle 10 L. Chase, Austin IS Wm. Nordland, Lyle 8 P. R. Johnson, Lyle 7 P. J. Stephen, Austin 9 Total !2 Lyle jinil Austin, Second Team--28 G. Brogmus, St. Ansgar ........ 9 1C A. Knudson, Lyle 2 R. C. Mueller, 3t. Ansgur 8 L. Miller, St. Ansgar ·.... 4 R. Closs, St. Ansgar 5 Total 28 Osiige, First Team--48 Ed Johns, Orchard 9 F. Hale, Orchard . . .14 H. Campbell, Osage 11 W. J. Tyrell, Osage 10 J. R. Whitney, Osage , Total 48 Osage, Second Team--72 Dr. Ferrin Roe, Osago .12 B. S. Woodwar, Osage 18 Will Lack, Orchard 13 Roy G. CVimmtngs, Osage 13 E. M. Moore, Osage 16 Total 72 Chicago is threatened with another failure to meet its pay roll nnd about its only hope is in getting change for its "Big Bill."--Louisville Courier-Journal. .OMPT You see, it Isn't wicked for the government to take part of the liquor revenue if it's' called an income tax'instead of a license fee.-Milwaukee Leader. CORA COAL Bt $7.00 PHONK 888 Fireside Fuel Co. O L N O W That's the simple testthatshows why the Denby burns so evenly and tastes so good. The clean, long-filler of the Denby, free from crumbs and dirt is the Denby's "difference." Why s h o u l d y o u pay m o r e for lesser quality when 5c for a Denby buys so m u c h ? H. Fendrich, Inc., Maker Evaasville, Ind., Bit. 1850 Lloyd Liesenberc Co. Mason City, Iowa Distributor Charles For One Person per ton cash For Two Persons- Only fl.OO Additional-Anyfloomi BACK ROOM WITH PR1VATI BATH LEXINGTON AVE. .48thST. FrartkGreqson J. 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