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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

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FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1939 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE HighJSchoo^ Cagers Move Into Quarterfinal Tests Out of the Pressbox AL BY MITCHELL Notes From a Tough Day DRAKE FIELDHOUSE CHARUE MULLAN Friday Sports Page Makeup Expert De Luxt Globe-Gazette, Mason City, Iowa Dear Charlie: Well, we pulled 'em through that one, but it was a tough job ... don t know whether we can get 'em past Sac City or not, but of course you 11 know all about that before this gets into the paper Gotta get my fingers uncrossed before I can write any more . . . * * * a » t Jim Humphrey didn't score much against Newkirk Thursday BUernoon, but he ought to get plenty of credit anyway, because he Played that big boy. Rod Vandenberg, just about out of his shoes, ihe only place that Vandenberg had an edge was on tip-up shots under the backboard, and Jim stopped plenty of those. * u * s a * ' The accommodations along Typewriter How have been improved a lot this season. A new pressbox has been dropped down below uie level of the old east balcony, where we've worked and struggled Jur the last three years . . . while people climbed across our backs to get to their reserved seats. Andy Woolfries and YVOI are headquartered right next door to the G.-G. position. Of course, you knew that Al Budolfsen, the Rolfe high school all-stater of a year ago, was helping him. There were lots of home town citizens here Thursday . . . first ones I spotted were Clayton "Chick" Sutherland and Ben Murray, occupying some of the choice seats right behind the north backboard. L-nns Johnston showed up shortly after that * « * « * * Up to Tuesday when they had their practice session here, I understand that Newkirk high school's boys hadn't ever seen Des Momes . . . o£ course they had worked out at Orange City a good many times, but there was quite a contrast between the 80-foot Drake fieldhouse floor and the 28-foot stretch of concrete that they llse °,. f °r Practice ' · ' -es ' !t was a barn lloor *ey practiced on, just as Cuff Harris said in his story from Sioux City a few days ago. * * * * a * Haven't picked all ol them out yet, but there are a lot of North Iowa teams here . . . outside of those in the tournament. Garner high school, for instance . . '. Boyd Denney and Bill Sngstler the Jiewly-elected co-captains, Clint Stille, Lester Knoke, Barnard Col- Jins, Don Hayes, Huss Stille and Coach Ralph Luchsinger made the trip. · ; Charles City's Comets are here, full force, too ... Coaches Cliff Bpylaii and Gerald Agard, along with Jim Maas, Howard Walton, Wendell Obermeier, Maurice Meurer, Bill Henke, Bob Eggert Bob Thomas, Chuck McGreevey, Leo Marth and Guy Ames. It was Gerald Agard, you remember, who coached West Bend high school to its first girls' state championship, just about a year ago. ^ I understand that the crowd of 4,000 Thursday morning was the biggest that's ever seen an opening state tournament session They certainly were on hand bright and early at the ticket windows for all the games. " * » * i, * * Glenn Devine dropped down in the next seat a minute, and said that things are really booming at Iowa football practice. Eddie's keeping the boys at it from 2 o'clock in the afternoon until he thinks they've had enough ... he and Frank Carideo are really teaching 'em football, from the ground up. Guess that iabout takes it for now . . . boy, I'm still scared from what happened in that second half with Newkirk. Yours. . , , AL Notes to Al MASON CITY T-, ., Friday Dear Al: Even the multi-million dollar McNider trial in Mason City stopped momentarily Thursday afternoon while District Judge Henry N Graven announced from the bench that the Mohawks had won ^During.recess Court Reporter Lloyd Tait remarked: "They'll win" whenunfofmed^that-Masohxeity was trailing 23 to 21 with, only three , minutes to go. . ' ' .When the final score was placed on the judge's bench he leaned ever and said, "I just want to interrupt to say that Mr. Tait was * ·« * * * * Received word that Howard Sloecker, former Mohawk star, is back at first string left tackle in the University of Southern California spring football practice. Also Pete Kalinich, East Waterloo grad of '37, is holding down the tackle job on the second string varsity at |U. S, C. Stoecker and his fraternity pal, John Tanaskovic of Santiago .? r 5 P, lannin « to visi t the Mohawk homestead sometime during 'April 3 to 8. Yours, Austin '38 CHAMPS WIN IN REGION PLAY Favorites Emerge With Victories in Minnesota's Tourney MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., U.R-- Thief River Falls, defending Minnesota high school basketball championship quintet, defeated Order Your SUIT or TOPCOAT IVow... For Easter "C« T Spring Patterns Now on Display MADE TO MEASURE -Suits -TOPCOATS -0 COATS » TA I I_Z» R 105 f STATE PHONE 498 Ada 37 to 24 in the eighth district regional tournament at Fosston Thursday night to remain the favorite to win the state cage crown for the third consecutive year. Favorites also emerged victorious in the four other regional t o u r n a m en t s which opened Thursday night. In the first region at Albert Lea, Korthfield took Masson 41 to 19 and Austin conquered Mabel 35 to 26. Mankato and Mountain Lake won first rounds in region two play with wins respectively of 50 to 24 over Blue Earth and 30 to 22 over Rpestone. In region six, Breckenridge edged out Sauk Center, 34 to 32, and Brainerd defeated Fergus Falls 38 to 29. The first round in region seven saw Chisholm swamp North Branch 56 to 16 and Gilbert walk over Carlton 55 to 35. In the other region eight game. Middle River won over Bemidji 40 to 35. FIGHT RESULTS By The Associated Press MIAMI. FJa.--Obic "Bearcat" Walker, 232. Atlanta, outpointed LcRoy Haynes, 193. Philadelphia (15). IJTTLE ROCK. Ark.--Bob Sikcs. 186. Wno Bluff, ArJc., outpointed Johnnie Howie. 19B, Tulsa (10). COMPARE elsewhere--if you wish-- we know you will come back, and say, "Alter's really have the best values for the money." SMART NEW MODELS In Single and Double Breasted $ 18 50 New Spring Hats to Match Your Suit §1.95 $2.45 and $2.95 Wm. Alter "GOOD CLOTHES" 107 South Federal 8 FAST SQUADS SURVIVE RIGORS OF FIRST ROUND Jim Thynne Stars for Strong Sac City Five;' Diagonal Moves Up Tournament Scores THURSDAY RESULTS First Round MASON CITY 2a; Newkirk 23. Sac City 40; Webster city 13. Diagonal 35; Clinloa 25. llubbard 31; Lenox 27, Crcslon 27; Cedar Rapids 13. Kalona 27; Ellsworth 25. Marshalltown 21; McGregor 13. Ute BO; Hathbun 25. FRIDAY PAIRINGS Quarterfinals Diagonal vs. Hubbard. Mason City X's. Sac City. Creston vs. Kalona. Marshalitoivn vs. Ute. By IKE SKELLEV Associated Press Sports Writer DBS MOINES, (IP)--It was Jim Thynne, the thin man, and his Sac City mates against the field Friday in the state interscholastic basketball tournament. There were eight teams remaining in the race tor the championship following the busy first round eliminations, but it was Thin Jim, Records Cracked DBS MOINES, (/P)--Attendance records went overboard in the opening of the state high school basketball tournament Thursday. Approximately 15,000 persons saw' the three sessions. It -was estimated that 4,000 attended the morning program and that 5,000 jammed .the Drake field- house both in the afternoon and night. Some newsmen, busy with stories after the afternoon session, found it impossible to leave the building for dinner because of the crush of the early night crowd surging around the three entrance doors. a slim slice of a fellow, who was the talk /of the thousands o£ basketball fans who swarmed into Des Moines to watch the annual scramble for the state title held by Diagonal's courageous Class B squadron. Sao City, with the remarkable Thynne boy leading the way ·with 21 points, crushed Webster City, 40 to 19, in the first round Thursday. It was a sensational show that Thynne staged for the same 5,000 afternoon fans. The young man who pulled Melrose through to the 1937 championship, but now performing under different colors, made eight field goals and five free throws. He c o n t r o l l e d the ball off both boards and passed off to teammates with an unbe- grudging manner to enable them to shoot in for short jabs at the hoop. When he left the game at the end of the third quarter he was given a rousing ovation by friend and foe alike. Diagonal, probable opponent for Sac City in Saturday's semifinals, playing their always cool, always alert game, dashed through Clinton's vaunted defense for a 35 to 25 victory in the opening game of the tournament Thursday. Hubbard Stops Lenox In justice to Clinton, however, it appeared that several of the Hiver Kings, recent winners in the tougli class A district tournament at Iowa City, were not fully recovered from recent influenza attacks. They were particularly weak in the final half when Diagonal battered through to its convincing victory. Hubbard, like Diagonal, a class B team, stopped Lenox, class A representative from the fourth district, 31 to 2T in the first round, the Hubbard boys stifling a late Lenox rally to clinch the victory. Creston, one of the best teams to show Thursday, and Kalons, a husky class B team, were matched in the opening game of the night show. Creston's Panthers, champions of the Hawkeye Six conference, rolled over Roosevelt of Cedar Rapids, 27 to 13, holding the Roughriders to a single point in the last quarter. Kalona's sturdy quintet advanced to the Quarterfinals with an exciting; 27 to ~S, triumph over Ellsworth. The Marshalltown Bobcats, slow to start, finally caught McGregor's rangy team and won 21 to 18 in the feature game Thursday night. Marshalltown fielded a marvelous defensive team, but had heartbreaking luck on its shots. McGregor, however, was a stubborn foe, aided particularly by Lanky Bob O'Brien who made three field goals in the low-scoring contest. Ute won a fire department game from Rathfaun's husky lads, 30 to 25. leading most o£ the way but never by a margin that could be classified as comfortable. There were four class A and four class B teams left in the tournament. Sac City, Mason City, Creston and Marshalltown represented t h e larger schools and Diagonal, Ute, Hubbard and Kalona were the B entries still in the running. FIGHT RESULTS By Untied Press ELIZABETH, x. J._Mike Piskin, US, Freehold. N. J.. stopped Johnnv Cubbins. 13. Phitartctoliia iji. IS'unzio Bi.= acno. 13.1. N'cu-ark. N. J. outooinlod Gcorgic Lyons, J30, Philadelphia tS). Mason City Nips Newkirk in Opener 25 to 23 GLOBE-GAZETTE S Taped Arm Reaches High to Score Last Minute Free Throw Breaks Tie Colloton, Brisbine, Cooper Save Game From Near Upset Music Mothers at . Rockford Sponsor Benefit Cage Night HOCKFORD--A large crowd attended the benefit basketball night sponsored by the Music Mothers club in the high school gymnasium Tuesday evening. The first game was between the town team and the high school team ending in^a victory for the high school team in an overtime period with a score of 26 to 28. The second^game was interclass games ending in a tie between the sophomores and junior girls. The climax of the evening's entertainment was a game played by two teams of businessmen, the "Mites" against the "Termites" with the mites winning in a score of 9 to 10. Town Club, Dressed Beef, Filet 0 Loin, lowana Win Balduf Gets High Single Honors in Mason City Bowling Plan 4-H Basketball Meet at Emmetsburg EMMETSBURG--Plans for a Palo Alto county boys' 4-H club basketball tournament were announced here Friday by County Agent R. W. Ashby. · , The'tourney will.be held in the Cylinder high school gymnasium March 30, 31'and April I, and is sponsored by the county junior Farm Bureau. Six entries have already been filed. They include teams from the following townships: Fail-field, Freedom, Ellington-Nevada, Rush Lake, Lost Island and Vernon. Reward for Sportsmanship To the team displaying the best sportsmanship in the state high school basketball tournament will go the beautiful trophy shown' here. The 192 players in the tournament play will cast votes in the poll conducted by the Iowa Dally Press association. Winner of llic trophy. 21 mclies in height, will he announced Monday. (Iowa·Daily 1 Press photo.) Town Club won three games from Korn Kist and Dressed Beef Filet O Loin and lowana end took two games from Beef Kill Melosweet and Economy respec. lively in Thursday evening' bowling at Mason City. Filet O Loin and Dressed Bee were the high teams with 2,682 points each. Roy Melchon had the high series with 600 points and Con Balduf took high single honors with 243 points. Players-- DRESSED HEKK i. sl 2 n d 221 1-2 -15! 188 "1 102 3rd Tola: no ora 173 -192 ·Tones j60 159 L. Kaufman 173 149 j 5B Actual Pins 881 BIO ~7«6 Handicap 67 67 71 Total Pins 948 877 BEEF KILL 319 483 2477 205 857 2682 Players-- isi 2nd 3rd Johanscn no 210 176 Jackson 137 !65 , 53 Ifilgardner 174 172 112 Hammond , 355 IM I?2 ron 101 113 i 3s Actual Pins 690 817 -Handicap 55 55 £53 Total 490 45ff 55 S 491 374 2375 165 Tolal Pins 745 8 72 323 25* Players-Abel r Bnshgens . Sw-anson C. BolduJ . MeJchoir .. Actual Pins Handicap F1LET-O-LOI.V Isl 2nd 3rd Tola] 164 186 131 501 145 155 18 463 150 144 180 sir, 13 473 586 SCO Total Pin 878 833 971 26! JIELOSWEET Pfaycrs-- : 1st 2nd Hogadus 174 132 Dae 130 135 Ktlimidt 220 147 BRjdtif 193 no Kccgan 134 173 Actual Pin.s 905 72G Handicap 24 24 3rd Total 184 450 1.15 405 142 118 500 430 2363 72 Tolal Pini 923 730 756 2435 I01VANA Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd Tola Thornton 167 124 142 433 Au * 134 157 131 «2 S ron US 122 171 438 Newman 148 163 158 469 Miller 155 140 1C8 463 Actual Pins 749 706 770 Handicap 64 64 64 Tolal Pins 813 770 834 2223 192 ECOSOMV Players-- Btidkr Konlahan ....... Doc ......... 163 203 . 156 2nd 3rd' Tola' 146 156 -563 175 174 532 133 MR 442 m 133 WS 133 133 403 Actual Pin* "592 Handicap 39 2263 117 Total Pins Players- Melsh S1 °.» H.11 763 767 2335 K O B N KIST 1st 2nd Srd ToUl 123 I ft I 231 511 164 100 124 057 123 IK 93 333 133 135 135 «5 133 133 133 403 Last Minute Counts iIASON CITY--25 Shots FG ickcll f 5 3 :ol!olon f . . . . I S 2 larbour I 4 lumphrcy c .. .14 Jrisbine g 10 Cooper g 8 TT FTM PP pis o 0 4 1 1 2 1 10 TOTALS 58 NEWKIRK-- 23 Shot! FG faas t }eGraaf f 16 J. Vand'berff c 16 Penning g .... 3 Zwagermatj g . 0 B. Vand'berg g 5 Actual Pins 6B3 Handicap 53 665 720 E3 63 2073 Total Pins .......... 757 723 753 3252 TOWN CLUB Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd Total Goodnow ........... 162 173 169 504 Efficrs ......... ..... 165 139 167 471 135 1J5 1J5 120 114 123 . Groh 163 1G6 140 Aetna! Pins 7V Jlandicap 63 357 469 2206 204 0 FT FTM PF Pis. TOTALS 48 3 5 7 8 23 Score by quarters: .1ASOK CITY 11 14 17 25 NEWKIRK 2 in 13 23 Olficlals: Elmer Starr (Eslheiville); Fred Winter (Cedar Rapids!. By AL MITCHELL Globe-Gazette Sports Editor DES MOINES--A pail- of free throws and a short goal by those old reliable game-savers Maurice Copper, Bill Colloton and Bob Brisbine, pushed Mason Qity into a second-round battle of the Iowa iiigh school t o u r n a m e n t here Thursday afternoon. The Mohawks fought off a giant class B team, Newkirk township of Hospers, to win 25 to 23 in their opening contest. Mason City's task looked easy during the early minutes of the contest, the Mohawks cracking off an 11 to 4 lead in the first period while the Newkirk squad had trouble with a bunchy defense in the free throw area. The lanky boys from northwest Iowa, topped by six-foot, four inch Rod Vanderberg, were leaving wide alleys from the side-lines to the goal during the early sessions. That defect was remedied in the second session, and Mason City was outscored two-to-one, gaining only three points while Newkirk counted a half dozen. It was Hod Vanclerberg who caused Mason City the most trouble. Stretching above tall Jim Humphrey by two inches, he was fought to a near-standstill by the Mohawk pivolman, but got five goals, four of them from under the baskets. Two of his baskets came consecutively in ihe third session to give Newkirk a four-point lead at 18 to 14, but Colloton scooped loose ball to angle a goal off the boards and Brisbine scored a free throw to cut the edge to a single point. Newkirk got another four- point margin as the fourth period got under way, but Cooper's clean toss from the free' throw- circle's rear and a tip-in goal by Humphrey, who slapped up a rebound after Brisbine had sailed another set shot for the rectangle, tied the count at 21 to 21. Newkirk went in front for the lost time with Rod Vanderberg's tip-in shot, but Cooper evened that short range, after Humphrey had pulled the ball out of an underbasket tangle. With the score at 23 to 23 and 70 seconds to go, Colloton and Brisbine laid up free throws to clinch the game. Mason City drove for the basket twice in the | final seconds instead of keeping full control of the ball, but regained possession after each try. FELDMAN LASTS ALMOST 1 ROUND WITH CHAMPION Henry Drops Lew With Hard Right in 2: 12 of Fight By PAU1, DIX United Tress Writer ST. LOUIS, U.R--Those belling boys who thought Lew Feidman .vould last three rounds against tlenry Armstrong paid off Friday. Armstrong, St. Louis born Ne- _:ro \vho had to go to California to make a living as a fighter, put the light and welterweight titles on the line Thursday night, and a capacity crowd o£ 10,000 saw Feldman counted out after two minutes and 12 seconds of the first round. Feldman had lasted five rounds against Henry in their meeting a year ago and bragged before this Eight that lie had solved the little Negro's style. His number was up From the time Armstrong sailed into him at the opening bell. Holds Three Crou-ns Before mixed bouts were permitted here, Henry futilely tried to win fame as a boxer under the name of Melody Jackson, but he failed to please and in 1931 he and his brother set out for the west. Since, he has won three world championships and oul- _ro\vn one--the featherweight li- tle which he discarded. In his last fight here Henry dropped a decision to Tony Chavez on a foul. Weighing 134 pounds, one less than his opponent, Armstrong tore in with both arms flailing at the bell. A right caught Lew on the jaw, and he was on the floor for a nine count before the bout was a minute old. Henry never let up as Feldman tried to defend himself against a barrage of lefts and rights. Moves Backward Feldman had said that the way to beat Armstrong was "to keep moving so he won't get a chance to get set," but the only way he ever moved was backward and Henry was on top of him all the time. Only once did Lew unwind enough to send a couple of weak jabs to Armstrong's face, and there wasn't enough steam- behind them to stop a two year old. When Lew got up from the first knockdown. Henry drove him into a neutral corner. He pounded him unmercifully on the ropes. Feldman grasped the ropes and tried to hold on for a fen- more seconds and Henry stepped back. Then as Lew left the protection of the ropes, Armstrong charged in again and never stopped throwing punches until a stiff right on the button dropped the Brooklyn boy for the full count. "I kept my promise I'd finish him quicker than I did last time," Henry said later. Otranto Ends Season With 32 to 20 Win OTRANTO -- Otranto h i g h school finished its basketball season with a victory Tuesday night hero by defeating Orchard 32 to 20. Otranlo led at the half 17 to 9 and kept on top all the way. Lloyd Perkins paced the winners with 16 points. With the win Otranto completed the season play with 11 victories out of 19 games and scoring 564 points to its opponents' 426. Perkins counted 218 points for Otranto during the season. FIGHT RESULTS By The Associated Press LONDON--Len Harvey, 164. England. slopped Larry Gains. 201Vj. Toronto U3I. Sports Calendar Total Pins , 813 793 302 riday--Basketball. Iowa liicri school boys* tournament, quarterfinals rafter- noon and evening'. DCS Moines. 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