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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 5 · 1937 NINE IN CLEAR LAKE GAME LADS TOSS LOT OF MITTS HERE AS BOUTS OPEN Golden Gloves Sought, Big List of Bouts Begins Armory Schedule. By DAVE KAUFMAN '(Globe-Gazette Boxing "Wrifer.) A wide variety of amateur boxing was presented fistic: fans Thursday night as the first of Promoter W. H. living's series of Golden Gloves bouts was held at the armory. The bouts are being heid preparatory to Die regular elimination matches next year. Jimmy Cookman won the judges' decision from Gene Eppers in an all-Mason City lightweight duel which opene the show. Cookman had the reach on Eppers and in the opening canto flattened his opponent lor no count. Outclassed al the way. Eppers pluckily stuck it out for the three rounds, a I- 1 though Referee Lyle Tanner was ready to give the match to Cookman by way of a technical knockout as the fight ended. Petty Handed Win. Francis Petty won by a technical knockout from Ben Daniels in a Mutt and Jeff affair, the fight being halted after 1:15 of the second round. Petty had the reach on Daniels and the smaller man was unable to get to him, the uneven match coming to an inglorious end in the second. Promising Leland Snell of Plymouth left uppercutted Gus Garrison of Hampton to score a clean knockout in 1:40 o£ the second round after Garrison iiad earned an edge in the opening heat. Both were welterweights. Referee Tanner halted another uneven affair, lo give Joe Diaz of Osage a technical knockout victory over Bill Williams of Mason City after 1:10 o£ a junior welterweight fracas Williams gamely rose after being floored before Diaz' attack but was no match for the Osage scrapper. Second Bout Slopped. In another: bout, ending by the technical knockout route, Joe Franks won from Elmer Groth after one minute/of the second. Ray Latham won the judges' decision from Pete Peterson in a 126 pounder scrap. Peterson won the opening round in a bout 'crammed'.'full*'o£ action but. La- thahv ma.da^an'dinpressiy e.rajlyi in. the latter'roundjs'to ?arh th'e'edge. · Jake Funk won the judges' decision from William Butterfield in another -126 pound duel. Funk's aggressiveness gave him the edge in the first arid he won the second on'a foul when hit by a low blow. Both were extremely tired in the last round, neither succeeding in landing a solid blow. King Chases Duncan. Alvin King of Meservey was awarded the judges' verdict over Jesse Duncan, of Osage in a welterweight scrap. Smashing home telling blows, King had Duncan on his bicycle several times during the match. His aggressiveness earned for him the decision over Lupe Diaz as Scoop Brown of Mason City opened and finished with a whirlwind attack in a battle of 126 pound men. Exhibiting nice boxing talent, Clyde Buffington won the decision from Willis Burgner. It was a c l e a n e x h i b i t i o n o f boxing throughout, with Buffington earning the margin because of his better defense. Bob Hartwig of Osgae outboxed Alvin Springer o£ Mason City to win the decision in another bout. Outreachcd, Outweighed. The Osage man outreachcd and outweighed Springer, a fighting gamecock, who did his best to overcome his physical handicaps. Howard Buffington won by a technical kayo from Glen Potter when a two fisted assault put Potter down for a count in 1:10 of the £·-- ond after he had kissed the canvas twice in the first. -. Oscar Hughes knocked out Ger- -t-ld Rubelin in 1:01 o£ the second round of a light heavyweight match in the final bout of the night. Rubelin failed to equal his sturdy rival in sheer power and succumbed to a flurry 0 £ lefts and rights halfway through the second heat. Mohawks Fight Way to Win in Sectional Court Tussles Second Half Attack. Good*Iowa Teams Start Annual for Victory in First Tourney Contest. MARK UP NO. 1 MASON CITY--23 Shots FG FT FIJI PF Pis. Wallace f B. Wood t .. Cookman f .. G o r m a n c .. W. Wood r .. F l e t c h e r c .. . 3 2 TOTALS - - - : . | H in U L E A R L A K E -- H S h o t s I'd M u r p h y f ... ; 1 tuller l ... i n ·· " KT FTM TF IHs 2 ·. ,, ., , n . . M u l U r k y [ K u l a n i TOTALS . . , ~ M ~t F 8 Score by q u a r t e r n : MASON CITr . . . . . . . 1 - ,-, .v CLEAR L A K E . . . . . . . . . 2 g c, ], p U l e i a i s : fiormler (IMrsons); Denser (Upper lou'H). AT CLEAR LAKE CLASS A-- FIRST R O U N D Mason City ax; Lake It. CLASS B-- FIRST ROUND Klemine 3f)j Leland 11. l l a n l o n l o w n ~2; S W A l e d a l e 21. By AL MITCHELL Globe-Gazelle Sports Editor CLEAR LAKE -- And that's that one! Mason City's Mohawks who did just as their tutor, J. A "Judge" Grimsley, said they'd do this season, rounding into theh best shape of the year at tournament time, got under way here Thursday night with a sectional meet victory over Clear Lake's Lions. The final scare was 23 to The first round victory sent Mason City up against Thompson which drew the only bye of the tournament, in Friday's contests. Erase Olci Defeat. Erasing the sting of an early- December defeat by tlie Lions Mason City played fighting ij not neat--basketball, to win Thursday night. The Mohawks didn't have the polish of olhei teams, but they got results bv scrapping for the ball, talcing a shot every time the way opened and hounding the Clear Lake offense from start to finish. FRIDAY GAMES 7--Forest .City-Garner 8--Haiilbntown-Klemnic. -S---Irlason -'City-Thompson'.' Seven Pioneer Frosh to Win Cage Numeral GRINNELL, (fP)--Seven freshmen will be awarded numerals for the 1836-37 baskelbnll season at Grinnell college, athletic director John C. Truesdale said today. Winners are: James Beisenstein Neenah, Wis., George Infelt, Har]an, Dave Miller, Willmette, III "William Pederson, Waterloo, Stuart Thede, Prophetstown III Hidiard Covey, Grinnell and James Nash, Sioux City. Starter Generator and IGNITION SERVICE CENTRAL AUTO ELECTRIC CO. 25 Fir»l SI. S. In contrast to their scheduled games this season, when they earned big leads at times, only to fade in Ihe late periods, the Mohawks got better as they went along Thursday night. A free throwing contest set th score at 4 to 2 in the firsl period, Vic Jensen slapping in the rebound on a missed Iree try for Clear LEike's only basket and points, while Wayne Wood got a single bucket for the Mohawks, tossing a one-hander on the run from a corner of Ihe court. Lions Hold Lead. At the half, the Lions held the lead, 8 to 7, Jensen connecting for another of Clear Lake's four field goals (of which he scored three) as he tipped in a running attempt, while the rest of the Lion counters came on double free chances, counted up by Bill Murphy and Johnny Rutan. The Mohawks got all their points at once in the second period, Bob Cookman slicing in for a basket, drawing a free shot as Rutan was penalized, and caging the added point. Thanks to Howard Gorman, who made al! of his eight points, lo lead the scoring, in the second half, the Mohawks pulled away to a 13 to 9 lead in Ihe third session. Gorman spun a rebound through to start the period, added a beautiful pivot shot late in the quarter, and gave the Mohawks the ball time and again from (he backboard as he tangled with the defense men to fight for the leather. Wood Adds Goal. Wayne Wood's angle shot bumped through the ring to add to Mason City's total, during the Ihird period, while Rutan's free throw was the only Lion point. Capt. Everett Fletcher poked in a rebound as the fourth period got under way, and Wayne Wood zippered one through the strings right after the next faceoff to make it 17 to 11. Jensen had added two points on a double free try for the Lions before the Mason Cityans conncclcd, and he got a two-hand pusii shot to drop from a corner to push Ihe score up lo 17 to 13. Gorman and Jack Wallace pushed the Mohawks out in front by 10 points, however, the lanky Pivot man pushing in another rebound as Wallace fired from long range, and gelling anolher neat shot from a corner, after Wallace had angled one from scrimmage. The scoring ended when Harvey Coe tossed a final free throw for the Lions, to make the count 23 to 14. PICTURE HELD OVER "Good Golf," a free motion picture in which appear such famed fairway stars as Horton Smith, ' "Lighlhorsc Harry" Cooper and Jimmy Thomson, will be shown again at t h e ' Y , M. C. A. at !) o'clock Friday n i g h l , Evrnn Karges, hoys' director at Ihe "Y," announced Friday. Battle for Champion Berth Over State. DES MOINES, (fP) -- Iowa's high school basketball tournament swung into full stride on 64 sectional fronts Friday after scattered sniping at many points Thursday night sent several powerful Class B teams tumbling into the "also ran" category. There were no important casualties in Class A Thursday night as the favorites marched througi first round games. Ames, 1936 champion but an unlikely repeat- FEVER SCARE STORM LAKE, (UP) -- A scarlet fever scare Thursday night resulted in three forfeitures at the sectional tournament at Alta. In Class A, Amelia defaulted to Alta. Calumet forfeited to Larrabee and Highview to Fail-view in Class B. er, opened defense of its title with a 33 to 18 victory over Colo. Mason City, 1935 titlist and runner- up last winter, ousted Clear Lake, 23 to 14, at Clear Lake. North Des Moines, a fourth district favorite, had no trouble with Ankeny, winning 50 to 28. Albia, first district darkhorse, barely got by Bussey, pulling through 26 to 24. Alburn^tt and Strahan, two highly rated Class B teams, dropped from the running. Alburnett, Class B champion at Cedar Hapids and doped to win again, lost to Center Point, 31 to 25, while Slrahan, popular in the third district, fell before Bartlett, 28 to IB. More upsets were expected Friday when activity reached its high peak at each of the 64 tournaments. NORTH IOWA MEETS Most of the favorite teams came through North Iowa's sectional tournaments Thursday night as preliminary battles went into the record books, except in the Waterloo East tournament, where the home squad eliminated- Cedar Falls, previously boosted,as a state title contenderV 21 to 20.- .. At Cha'rtes City,-New Hampton swung to an even choice with the home Comets when it was announced that both Gerald and Harry Carney, Chickasaw veterans, would be able to play a part of the tournament games. Both boys have been on the sidelines because of injury and illness. One upset was scored in the three opening contests, all in Class B, at Charles City Thursday night, as Colwell slapped down Fredericksburg, 24 lo IS. Ackley eliminated its toughest opposition by beating Eldora in the opening round Thursday at Acldey's tournament, 36 to 32. At Burt, Ringsted defeated Algona, a Kossuth county finalist, 27 to 21, while the highly-favored Buffalo Center team walloped Armstrong 30 to 14. Hansell had a close squeak at Sheffield, nosing out Chapin 20 to 19 to keep its rating as a slim favorite, while Clarksville defeated Greene in a 28 lo 25 all-Butler county battle to become an early choice for the Class A finals. Huskers, Cyclones to Swim for New Honors AMES, (tt"l--Big Six swimmers wil splash through the waters of the Iowa Slate college pool Saturday in the championship finals of the conference meet, Nebraska and Iowa State, consistent dividers of the spoils, expected to outscore their opponents. Nebraska rates a slight favorite over the Cyclones, with whom the Cornhuskers shared the 1936 title. Nebraska defeated Iowa State in a dual meet last week at Lincoln. Patty Berg Steadies to Win Tourney Test ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla., (UP) --Steadying her game after round- ng the turn two down, Patty Berg of Minneapolis Thursday stood off a challenge of Helen Detlwciler to defeat the youthful Washington star one up on the final green. The victory sent the Minncapo- is redhead into the semifinals of .he Florida East Coast women's championships, where she will meet Jane Cothran of Greenville, S. Car., who defeated Jean Bauer of Providence, H. I., 5 and 4. Chicago Pro Leading in Southern Tourney HOLLYWOOD, Fla., (UP)_A sensational round of 63, seven under par and a new course record, sent Dick Metz, Chicago, four strokes in the lead Thursday at he half way mark in the 53,000 Hollywood open golf tournament. Mctz' brilliant stroking over notes and a sub-par fi9 yesterday gave him a Hfi hole total of 132 -iml H big advantage as the field, cut lo 6(1 professionals and 10 low amateurs, made ready for the final 3S holes. GAZETTE SPORTS Mason City, Klemme, Haniontown Win Games CLASS A CLASS B Thompson Bye Thompson Mason City Thursday fl:(H Clear Lake Friday 9:00 Mason L'ity 23-U Brill S a t u r d a y Nora Springs Forest Cily Saturday- 3:011 Friday 7:00 Garner .Crystal Lake Friday 2:00 Ventura Saturday 2:00 Ilayfield Friday :t:(HJ Hock F:ills Tliinlmitoun llaiiloulnwn 24-21 Tliutsrtny fl:0ll S\va!cii,ile t'ritlaj- K:im Klemme 30-M Ktcmmc T h u r s d a y 7:no Leland Tournament Results DISTRICT NO. 5 At Charles City. CLASS B--FinST K O U N U K l m a -^; F l o y d ly. Frcderika ;!U; Alia Villa -'I. C o l w e l l J!l; T'rcdericksburff Iff. At Northwood. CLASS'n--FlItST R O U N D Fertile ~!: Carpenter 17. CLASS A--FIRST K O U N H Lake Milli f!: Manly ili. At IVlonoiia. CLASS A--FIRST U O U N J ) Elkader :H; M o i t o n a II. CLASS It--FIRST ROUiVD C l c r r n o n t ;.'!!; E l g i n R. At Waterloo. CLASS A--FIRST ROU.NK T r a e h e r s H i g h ( C e d a r Falls) 18; S]i C ]| llock JG. Waterloo East :!l! Cedar Fills 'M. At Decorali. CLASS A--FIRST . B O U N D Deeorah 40; Lansing 5. CLASS M--FI11ST H O U N D Calniar yi; Chester 15. DISTRICT NO. 6 At Acklcy. CLASS B--FIRST R O U N D Albion 31; New H a r t f o r d I I . CLASS A--FIIIST R O U N D Acklcy 30i Eldora 3;i. At Burl. CLASS B--FIRST R O U N D C.raul Tou-nslnn 2'J; Bancroli 19. Fciilon -I2i Burt W. - 'CLASS A---FIRST R O U N D " ' Hinjrsted ;7; Alffona 21. ' Buffalo Center 3j; Armstrong 1-t. At Dows. CLASS II--FlFtST R O U N D Wj'lliaim ^7; Alexander 11. G n o d c l l 50; Poncjoy :M. CLASS A--FIKST HOUND Belmond 37; Eagle Grove 2:i. At Rcnwiclc. CLASS n--FIRST R O U N 1 B o d e 37; D a k o t a city S3. CLASS A--FIRST HOUM) Livermore rti; Corvrlth 15. l l u m b o l d t y7; Kanaxvlia J7. At Sheffield. CLASS n--FIRST ROUND D u m o n t 2o; Geneva 23. Marble Rock -10; A l l i s o n "3, Hansel! ^Q; Charun 10. CLASS A--FinST R O U N D Clarksville 28; Greene 2.7. DISTRICT NO. 7 At Emmelsburir. CLASS It--FinST H O U N D D i c k e n s -l-l; Cornell in. Lake Cenier M; A y r s h i r e ^0. Curleu- ^1: C y l i n d e r 15. CLASS A--FIRST R O U N D tmmetsburfir 33; G r a e t t E n p e r 1 H . SECOND R O U N D R u l h v e n IS; Wesl Bend »;l. MISSES SCRAP AT CAGE MEET Hansell, West Bend Centers for Girls' Contests in North Iowa Area. DISTRICT MEETS HI eh School Girls. AT HANSELL Wellsburr 91; W i l c r v l l l e ?.~. Hansell 32; Conrad "7. AT WEST ISENU Armstrong- 23; George 20. West Bend 13; Wesley 17, Armstrong, West Bend, Hansell and Wellsburg went into the lead Thursday night in district round robin competition for high school fiirls' basketball teams, at two North Iowa tournament centers. At Hansell, the home girls, third place team in the state last season, won 32 to 27 from Conrad, while Wellsburg scored an upset over Walerville, taking a 34 lo 27 contest. Conrad played Walerville, w h i l e Hansell and Wellsburg mel in an importanl balllc, in the Friday round. Armstrong defeated George 23 to 20, while Wesley was losing to West Bend 43 to 17 at West Bend, m the opening round there. Armstrong met Wesley, while George played West Bend Friday. Haynes to Try Luck m Conference Meet AMES--George Haynes of Mason City, sophomore forestry student at Iowa State college and a member of the wrestling team, will pit his strenglh against the other 118 pounders in the Big Six meet at Lincoln, Nebr., March 5 and 6. In his first year of varsity competition George won seven out of nine matches and hns a good chance In lake Ihe Big Six title. Billy Carr, undefeated champion for two years from Oklahoma, will be his toughest opponent. This 'n That at Cage Test Tourney Gets Off to Late Start; Who's Just Bit Superstitious Now? CLEAR LAKE--Picking them off the backboards at the sectional basketball tournament: Thursday night's program got off to a late start when Leland failed to reach the gymnasium until 10 minutes past game time . . . and after everyone had got dressed and warmed up. it was found that both teams had on white jerseys . . . Klemme had to change to green. Maybe Coach Chris Johnston of Clear Lake is superstitious . . . at least, the Lions came on the court Thursday night wearing their old jerseys of a season or Iwo ago instead of their newer, white shirts . . . Maybe Chris was just getting out some lucky jerseys lo even things up between Clear Lake and Mason City . , . because J. A. "Judge" Grimsley had on that red-and-hlack checkered shirt which is supposed lo bring speed and power to the Mohawk attack. Swaledale high school played its third overtime tournament game in a row Thursday night . . . losing to Haniontown . . . the Ccrro Gordo boys lost lo Ventura 18 to 17, in an over-long contest at Thornton, in the semifinal round of the recent county lour- ment . . . and then beat Rock' Z-'aJls, 23 to 19, in an overtime consolation contest. * * * A technical foul on Bob Cookman of Mason City was for drop- kicking the ball put of bounds . . . instead of handing it to Referee Denger. Probably some of Ihe best entertainment of the tournament so far was provided between halves of Ihe Mohawk-Lion game Thursday night when Chrissy Johnston, the ever-present "manager" of Clear Lake's squad, led a pack 1 of home boys in a penny scramble on the court . . . even official dignity couldn't stop the circus. ^ u v And by the way . . . Mason City set up its longest w i n n i n g streak of the season . . . three games . . . by beating the Lions . . . other games were Fort Dodge and Webster City . . . Nodak Center Winner in League Score Race CEDAR FALLS, (IP)--Russell Anderson, North Dakota State center, counted 100 points in eight games to win the inividual basketball scoring race this winter in the North Central conference. Maynard Ingalls, South Dakota forward, finished second with 92 points. ORAlIOALL YARD BOYS BIB Plenty of Each in Florida, Says Eddie Briclz at Training Camp. (Sports Itouiiclup) ISy EDDIE BKIETZ ORLANDO, Fla., (/P)--This is the part of Florida where you see lots of oranges and lots of Washington ball players . . . just about as many of one as the other seems to us ... and all big . . . Infield is worrying Cardinal big shots'as much as Dizzy Dean . . . Frisch would play every game at second if he could borrow a pair of legs and may wind up on third, anyway . . . When Lieut. Col. Batiste, the boss o£ Cuba, watches the Giants work out he does so from a rear seat in the grand stand . . . Vince Dundee, former middleweight champ, is trying a comeback . . . his former manager, Max Waxman, is getting rich-and f a t -- i n the Jack Dcmpsey organization. If anything .should happen lo make Lou Gchrig end his .streak of consecutive games this year, the Yankees will bo fixed . . . all they'll have lo do is send an SOS MONROE TAKES TEAM LAURELS Northside Juniors Win Loop Crown as Season Ends With Big Victory. J U N I O R , H I G H L I I A G U i ; F i n a l Standing. W. L. IM. i M o n r n c 7 | Lincoln -I t Koosevelt i -, .»" .mil Monroe's league-leading j u n i o r high school basketball team defeated Roosevelt 28 lo 7 Wednesday night to end the intercity sea- sou wiUVseven wins and one loss. The Monroe seventh graders won from Roosevelt 20 to 15 in a preliminary game. The closest game of the season went into the records during last week's schedule, when Roosevelt was forced into two overtime periods with Lincoln. Vega, Lincoln forward, dropped in a long one in the second overtime period after the score had been deadlocked at 0-9 in the regulation time and a first added session had produced no points. The championship trophy was awarded to Monroe Wednesday, while the sportsmanship award will be made later. Drake, Pioneers Set for Another Cage Go DES MOINES, (/Pj--Drake and Gi-inncll will wind up their Missouri Valley basketball schedules here in another of their traditional contests. If Drake defeats the Pioneers it will finish in at least a lie for second place. Creighton looms as cinch to earn part of the second position in its game with Washburn at Omaha tomorrow night. Should Grinncll upset the Bulldogs the teams would share third place with seven victories and five defeats. TWO SHARE IN TOP STANDING Huskers, Kansas Get Half of First Notch After Season Closes. 1-'IK,\1. IHC SIX STAN-DINGS Hy Tlic Associated 1'rcaa. Tram-- W. L. I'd. Kansas R ^ .Him Nebraska R :· .mill Kansas Slate s M K s n i i r ! 2 Iowa S t a l e 0 .·i .5110 R ,'jnfi in .000 KANSAS C1TYT (IP)--Nebraskd and Kansas tied for first in the final Big Six basketball standings. Kansas whipped Misouri Thursday night 33 to 24 in Ihe closing game at Columbia to force Nebraska into the title tie. At the bottom of the heap were Iowa Slate's Cyclones who lost all 10 games. for Rex Wcyant, one of the front office crowd . . . Hex formerly played a wicked f i r s l for dear old Syracuse and has been looking good in workouts around the hag ill SI. Pete. Ernie Shore, the old Rod Sox right-hander, is malting good as a sheriff of Forsylh county, N. Car. . . . Mid-western papers arc blasting Jimmy Braddock for taking on Louis before Schmeling . . . so old Mike Gibbons has put on specs? The dolls still go for Max Baer in a big way . . . did you read how they swarmed all over the docks and screamed their pretly heads off when he wouldn't make a personal appearance before sailing lor Europe? . . . there was a day when this would have been right down Maxie's alley, but this time there were loo many process servers around . . . One piclure Hint didn'l exactly lake down hero was the one showing the Yankees ^ h u d d l e d about liic stove in the club house . . . Cleveland may lie sorry it let this left-handed Bill Por- rin from N e w . O r l e a n s gel nw.iy . . . he looks l i k e one of the best bets in the Boston Bee camp Tournament Boxscores FIRST ROUND Class B. KLKMMK--;;i ILELAND--11 i'aul r J o r g c n s o n f Grojsh'scll K l u e k h o h n Tramncl f K a d i i i i e c Schmidt g W i c k s E Lcmkc f Lau r i u :i|c. walk t I II l l U a l i l e i i I :{ II :l|Tliorsoti c II II 1'Kloslcr j II 1 -!]K. Walk f I I tgtirightoii a II ii 7| ~ 0 II I ii :i i n oj TOTALS LI ·! l i S I ' r O T A l i S R n u n i n c .-.Dore hy q u a r t e r s : L I I I . A N I ) Free I l i r t land l:. p . missed: K l c n i i n c I D ; Lc I I A N L O N T O W X -- £!|SWALEUAI.E-- ··! It II l i t ] re I l n C L. Kaasa t I 1 4 | l ' o l M l o [ r r I 2 I ·! rietd f :! 11 :t[ColirTn t II '1 II rice l n 11 nuclei i ii ii i flliiu c ^ :i l|F.ddy f C. Kaasa r I I 3!F4imc£nn failoti f 2 1 ;i|Roscr f T O T A L S Riinnine: HVaril f (Tracy f 8 0 1I|TOTAI.S ore uy quarters: 1 1 A N L O N T O W N . . . ·; M l 5WALUDAI.K ..... I H Free I h r n w s missed: Ilnnl S w a l c d a l c IS. O t t l c i a l s : G o r m l e y ( T a r s n n s (Upper Iowa). II II n I n I H ) ; D e l i v e r DECKER CLUBS SHARE HONORS Korn Kist Shoots Highest Total, Loses in Two Alley Contests. Iowa Select and Tall Corn each won three games from Midland and Economy in the Decker bowling league Thursday night, while lowana look a p a i r from Korn Kist and Baby Beef won three by default. Korn Kist rolled a 2,SSl for the best five man total, while Bushgens led the individual sniping with a 579 series and 212 single. K O K N KIST P l a y e r s -- 1*1 :!nd :ird Tntal Cook IliS Irll l UK jil7 . l o l i a i i i i s c u IG'J l.Vi I I I - I I I I !!!"!!!! n;i " \m iis.-i A h c l Suarrt TlioeerMin A e l u a l I'Llls T O T A L P I N S I O 1 V A N A I ' l a y c r \ -- 1st 2ml Green l:il IJ1 KLsbury *7 I I I Pa.vlix Kli; 171 H o m e y tjll 1 1 1 H u s h g c n * IIJII - H 7 A c t u a l T i n s llanilicap T O T A L PINS Players-- Kanule Homers I O W A SELECT 1*1 ^ntl IMI 11.1 10K I IK mi 1*1 I ft* 1311 117 I I I T O T A L P I N K P l a y e r s -Mel*], Slnau . I d i . f Hanson Ar.lual Tins Handicap - TOT A I. T I N S .Ml I! I,A Ml Isl ;.'iii) i n 1:111 IliK liil sr. T A L I , COH.N . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 7 7 Wt iVcw-man ............ J (7 1 7 1 I l i l l e r ............... I M 137 Groli ................ j:||) !',·· A c t u a l r i i i i . . . . . . . Handicap ...... TOTAL TINS ....... ECO.VOMV P l a y e r s -- 1st 2nd M e a n y .............. L!!J 171 Klall ................ MB IfiJ ............. l:. I i n l l o u l a i i a n . . . . . . . . . . . . l.'l I K F Sykex ..... . ........ 171 l i t A c t u a l Tins . . . . . . . Handicap ......... TOTAL PINS ....... ,1ril Tola! lr,.-» l l ^ HH :trm ICH ?,n i-ji i;in Tritt nil ·in I i.-it sm ·171 ni .Iril Tola IKfi t'.H. llili .IK 132 137 i?.i in:: 108 a!)( H A H V L. K a u fill a A r t u a l Vin ll.tndira |i TOTAL PJNS i:tt in-j l", SHAMROCKS WIN FIRST GAME AS TOURNEY OPENS Haniontown Takes Long Go With Swaledale Cagers at Opening Round. By STAFF WRITER CLEAR LAKE--A f a v o r e d Klemme loam came through its first tournament contest in the class B sectional meet licre Thursday niRhl, earning a bj g lead, while Haniontown cagcrs, not so Highly touted, provided an upset nC sorts when they defeated lednle in a second game. Klemme's cnficrs won from Lo- iicl 30 to 14 in the opening contest of the tournament, while llnnlonlown marched out in f r o n t of Swaledale during (lie third quai-fci-, saw the Ccrro Gordo lads k n o t , the score just before the final gun, at 18-18, and then had lo hustle to win the game in tlic extra session, as Swalcdalc; ncar- Jy matched a four point lead The f i n a l count was 22 to 21 for Han- iontown. Klemme Slow Starting. Leland held Klcmine even at 1-4 during the first period of the opener, but superior height of the Winners began to tell in the second period, as Leland counted only three points, while Klemme pushed its total to 14. Ted Kaduco was the big man for Klemme as the Shamrocks stretched their lead even further in the third session, reaching in lour rebounds for points, while Leland s lonely counter was tipped through by John Thovson, who scored 10 out of his team's H points. Plenty of reserves went into action in the final session, which produced a single free throw for Mcimnc and a pair of baskets by Thorson, plus a free throw by Kcrmit Dahlen. Sera]) Ali Way. Swalcdalc and Klemme nut on a dogfight all the way, with the Ccrro Gordo team hopping out in front -on lipin baskets by Don Ward and Durwood Baker, and leading 4 to 2 at the quarter. A. contest for free tossers produced little scoring as the teams missed a halt dozen chances early in the game. Long-armed, bespectacled Gordon Mau, center for Hanion- town, scored one fri' chance while Carlyle Kaasa, another lad' equipped with glasses, got a second one. A sharp drive under Ihe goal by Leo Eddy and a rebound shot that dropped for Charles Poladofor gave Swaledale eight points at the half, but Haniontown moved out in front by 9 [ o 8, .as Man pushed in a rebound, Lavernc Kaasa snapped one from the free throw circle, after counting a free try and Paul Patton tossed in a short goal. Vive Points Ahead. Polsclofer fired a third of the floor's length to score for Swale- dale as the third period opened, but the Haniontown squad went into the lead by five points before the session ended. Mau and Patton collected an assortment of free throws, while Harold F i e l d grabbed a loose ball and set it up on an easy shot lo provide a margin of Hi to 11. Carlyle Knasa's net shot gave Ifanlontowii two more points early in the fourth quarter, but Eddy banged a long one off the back- hoard and in, while Jim Conrin and Polsdofcr scored free chances, and Ward became a temporary hero as he broke under the basket Lo toss in a gonl on the run and tie the score at 18-18 with 45 seconds to go. Mau "dunked" his f i r s t attempt in the o v e r t i m e period, and Pnt- ton eased through a go;il jiftcr the next t i p o f f , w h i l e Swalcdalc f e l l short by a point as Conrin counted n free try and Roser h u n g up a, basket. The final count was 22 to 21. Tutor Grapplers Set to Test Iowa's Team CEDAR FALLS, (/P)--The Iowa Slate Teachers college wrestling team will close its 1937 season Saturday at Iowa City with a d u a l meet with the University of Iowa. Cheney, 145, Bucghly, ).lf, ami Mathers, 155, w i l l complete thoi.- d u a l meet competition against llie HawkcycK. Cheney lias won 17 matches, lost one and lied nnc in llircc years. JAYS ON TO1'. OMAHA, (/TV -- 111 seven year;; of membership in the Missouri Valley conference, Creighton university basketball teams have won five championships or co-championships, and have never finished lower than second. SKILLFUL SHOE REPAIRING Pick-up and Delivery Phone 788 or 789

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