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Wednesday. Feb. 16, 1944 a MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Waverly Gets Revenge, Beats Mason City, 29-27 ROGER ROSENBLUM Not only is the basketball sea- ~---j -" "·-- ·-«_-i:v._ s .ijuii o*_a- ncre lucsaay nigni 'y-f It son moving along at a merry clip, was the 5th defeat of the "year but also the already time-worn for the Mohawks, who have won arguments about the giants of the 13 contests. hardwood. The current issue of ------. --- -··" "v"" ·""*- »" « n i g n i y-partisan capacity the Saturday Evening Post pre- crowd saw Waverly lead all the sents the views of several of the way except for a momeut in the country s leading coaches on the 4th quarter when the Cardinal subject. ' -- · - -Not all of them agree Kansas' Fhoghorn Allen, who'd buckets^ like thc basket moved from its present height of 10 feet up to 12. Bruce Drake, however, does take this view, and opposes «hc rule under consideration by the national committee which would penalize the defensive team 2 points whenever its goalie de- fleets the opposing team's poteu- |,'i' tial basket. We're heartily in agreement with Dr. H, C. Carlson 'of the University of Pittsburgh, who believes no discrimination should be enforced against the tall, gangling kids. Frank Keancy of Rhode Island State likes to play against the big boys awkwardness. because of their Keaney Right And Keaney must have a point, because the team he has this year averages less than 6 feet, and some of the quintets which have fallen before Rhode Island contained some of the "monstrosities," as Allen describes them. If a team made up mostly of short freshmen who play a firebouse type of game can cut down the bigger boys, why can't the other clubs'.' Maybe Allen, Drake and the rest of them aren't capable of building an attack that could turn the trick. We don't think that's the case, but it has been done and we see no reason for these chronic howlers to put up snch a squawk because they can't do it too. And frankly, we don't believe there are enough of the extra- tall giants to be concerned about. Because they do stand out now and then is the reason they're getting the publicity. If they were an every-day wouldn't hear occurrence, i thing said. * you Just a Few Bob Kurland of the Oklahoma H Aggies, George Mikan of Purdue, Arnold Hisen of Ohio State . and 2 of the Valparaiso university boys are about the only ones we can name offhand. If there were I any other supermen around the ||.country, you would have heard · about them by now, we're sure. J And even the ones you know ·'.about aren't so good they can't l-'be outplayed. Time and again you I tread about how one of these tall ·{players has been guarded so ef- Iffectively that he was made 7,(almost useless. Then,, too, the jj(bigeer boys are already, oserat- ' 1 ? under a handicap. As George '···Mikan put it--"When you're big, /you don't get away with a single thing, whereas the little fellows get away with murder on the courts." Here arc what s o m e of the other coaches advocate: Nat Hoi- man of City College of New York wants a system that would award the offensive team a basket despite the goalies' effective deflection of the shot: Bill Ferguson ot Philadelphia's St. Joseph's advocates a 3-second circle under the · basket; Everett Dean of Stanford believes a rule that would prohibit any defensive player from touching the ball in downward flight as the best solution. Disagreeing Drake concludes his article by saying: "The important thing is I he national rules committee has Terry. .^- O"j*-~u int. [^iUUllilJ and is determined to correct it ·· We disagree with that statement _ First of all, we don't feel there is a problem at all. Xaturallv if the problem isn't there, H needs no correction. But you'll have to assume the first part of that prem- «e t r t i e . There just aren't cnoush of the big fellows to cause all this fuss. IE a man happens to grow big rrcm. so much the better as far as his Jf L w Y basketball career is concornprt 17 £' Wa: Why TM 7T Bad Precedent I »?« Iat! » linema °PP°sin ,-_., 41! ·""/*·, "«-·* luiui proniDIl ing thc weight of men who pla WINNERS LEAD MOST OF WAY in 10 its only defeat of the season, the high-powered Waverly basketball team handed the Mason City quintet its first loss in 10 starts here Tuesday night, 29-27. It A highly-partisan capacity Johnny. ^ ; ,-±^, ,'irl^ =S.$XSS1 Mason City attack with 10 points am ' trait on 4 fielders and 2 charity tosses. «·".». Forward Ike Zeigler notched 8. Center Harlan Platte · sparked Waverly with 7 markers. Thc Mohawks could not get started against the inspired Waverly crew, and fell behind early in the contest. The Go-Hawks champions of the Northeast Iowa conference, held a 6-3 lead at the end of the opening stanza, and were never headed thereafter. The Go-Hawks, although losing some ground to Coach Bud Suter's outfit, managed to score enough to grab a 14-13 lead al thc intermission. It was the same story in the third period as the first, with Waverly out-scoring the Mohawks, 8-3, and holding a 23-lfi margin at thc cud of that quarter. The Cardinal and Black put on a desperate effort in thc closing period, and almost succeeded in turning thc trick. Hitting on some long shots, the Sutermen brought the count to 25-25 with 3 minutes remaining. At this point, however, Eggleston, Waverly reserve forward connected for 2 quick field goals to send the Go-Hawks into whal proved to be the winning margin. Zeigler countered that with a bucket to pull M a s o n City to within 2 points. The Mohawks gained control of the ball and peppered the basket with shots for thc remaining time) bu1 every one missed its mark 01 bounced ofl the rim, and Waverly took the game, 29-27. The Mohawks jump back into Big Seven conference competition at home Friday night, meeting Fort Dodge on the Roosevelt floor. Trie season will wind up at home the foilon'imj Friday and Saturday against 2 Des Moines clubs Roosevelt and East. Mason City (27) fgr Wagner, £ o Zeigler, f 3 Rutt, c 4 DiMarco, g 2 Miller, g o Bruns, g i Totals ~ ft 0 10 pf i 3 4 4 1 2 15 Waverly (29) Bowdish, f ... Strotman, f .. Platfe, c Morton, g Leslie, g Brandes, f ... Eggleston, f .. IK i 2 ', 30 . 1 . 2 3 ft 1 1 1 n o tp Totals 12 0 1 IK 0 11 29 WilliJm Orvnt Johnson, 2 years an all-state guard while on Maryville (Mo.) State Teachers college cage squad, then Clinton, (Mo.) high school coach, now is a. chiet specialist at the naval air station Norfolk, Va. FIGHT RESULTS (By United Press) Cleveland--Beau Jnck, 138. New York, ecisioned Maxic Berger, H3, Montreal ,10) i Cpt. Tommy Yarosz, 151. Fort Monmouth. N. J.. tiecisioncd Johnny La\vcr 153, Cleveland, (61. ,* e "° *? t k -- (Broadway Arena)--Frankle , Bem P^re Abruzzo. 153, U. 's. N-." decisioncd Joe Carter. 161, New York (8). While Plains. -. V.--BjlIcssantJo Caru- uia. IsS. New York, dccisioned Dom Yo- vclla. IG1. Pouj-ljkccpsic. N. Y., 181; Jerry "arby, 133. New York, knocked cut cnry Frail. 130, Pittsburgh. G». Trenton. ,-. J.--Steve Rigpio, 149, New lork. outpointed Joe Matojje, 13j Newark, a. ' iflcncc, n. I.--Andy Holland. 173 ork. outpointed Buddy Thomas. ishinRton. 10. -- Buddy Milliard. 130. in the forward wall to go above 210 pounds. That may sound siily to you, but no ~ ! " r ' " '· , when some of the competent STM w «?-t- the game and not worry about what our opponents look like: T A R P A U L I N S Carried in Stock or Made to Order * * JO $6.80 JO x 12 10.20 2 x 16 16.32 J 6 x 20 27.20 Mason City Tent, Awning and Canvas Co. St. Joe, Maroons Clash Thursday Hot-Footed John Fulton Ambitious Runner, Althpujfr Really Scared in Garden Opener New York Editor It's hard to imagine hot-footed Johnny Fulton being scared after what he went through to be a runner, but the Stanford university collegian admits he was like one oE those rabbits in his Madison Square Garden debut. see, I'd run on the , I n, . "Then to make mailers worse, I raised a fine crop of blisters trying to get accustomed to the banks up at New York university's practice track." 'Maybe -so, but the 15,000 fans who saw Fulton gallop off with the Sheppaid 600-yard race and the individual achievement honors in the Milirose games, hope they'll be around when he gels' used to the boards. He's got plenty of that appeal stuff. If Fulton was chances here, his afraid ot\ his coach, Pitch JOHNNY FULTON Fulton ran in his first eastern meet, Johnson said: "What Johnny lacks in experience, he'll make up in speed and aggressiveness. He's got a lot of athletic ambition, too. That'll help him " Frank . " Fulton is one of the injured Jones kids who became a star because McCauley he sought to overcome', a physical handicap. W h e n lie was 4 years old, Johnny was in an auto accident that smashed his left elbow so severely that he doesn't have full use ot it today. That is what keeps him out of thc army. Tiie new eastern track sensation is only 21 and weighs 143 pounds. lie bettered thc world's GGO-yard record made in 1914, with his 1:18.9 in Los Angeles last year. He broke into foot racing as a cross-country man. Not until he -.,,.,., _,,,,.., i., ,,,,,,,. .,,,,. ,,,,,,, ,,c a rap j,j c |j p entered Stanford 3 years ago did me eUng. St. Joseph's has cap- he discover he had speed to run tureo thc Cerro Go * do t » the quarter. He still hkes the half championship, and both team! mile best and considers it much nlade falr showinss ln lbe dioc( , se tougher than the quarter But, don't be surprised if he tackles the ' - ],, .i, a( mt , cl En mile ere long. He's got the- stuff Blue 'md WhiTe for it NORTH IOWA BASKETBALL West Union Choice for Championship Waukon--After 1 week of battling conference and non-conference foes in county tournaments the teams settled down to finishing the conference race. It looks more and more like West Union has a stranglehold on the trophy. It defeated Waukon at Waukon, Postville look a thriller at Maynard. 24-20, in an overtime. Surn- ner defeated B'ayette in another thriller at Sumnei', 24-23. Elkader defeated Monona in a non-conference game. The standings: \V. .. 8 .. 4 . . D .. 3 * L. 1 1 3 3 4 5 8 Pet. .889 .800 .'282 West Union . Elkader Postville Maynard ... Sumnei' AVaukon .... Fayette ] Games this week: Feb. 18 -.Elkader at Fayette . Maynard at Stanley.' West Union at Postville. Tripola at Sumner. Waukon at Lansing. ik- Nashua Beats Lawler Again Nashua--The Nashua basketball team defeated Lnwler for the 3rd time this season here Tuesday night, 34-24, putting on a 4fh- quarter spurt that pulled the victors away from an otherwise seesaw game. Nashua led at the intermission, 17-16. Tommy Chandler paced the Nashua attack with 11 markers, while Leo Kane had 14 for Law- -- a curtain-raiser, the Lawler seconds defeated the Nashua yearlings, 21-12, after taking a 12-7 halftime lead. ler. In Nora Springs Bears Manly Manly--The Nora Spring's quintet stopped-Manly .here Tuesday night, 25-17. Thc winners led at the intermission. 13-10. Collis scored 10 points for Manly while Paine had a like number for Nora Springs. The Manly girls evened matters for the evening by defeating the Nora Springs sextet, 36-30, with -.-- ,,,-....,.,., .,^. ll _ 1 , u u - ou , w l u l ixincron--Anoiner of North Cover notching 24 points for the Iowa's top-flight basketball teams winm.,-, P,.^I^,^L-. ,,,,, ,* --- ' nners Fredericks had 15 for Nora Springs. I * Buffalo Center Beats Lake Mills Lake Milis--A visiting Buffalo Center quintet stopped Lake Mills here Tuesday night, 33-22, jumping o£f to an early lead and holding a 14-7 margin at lutlftime. Elamn led the Buffalo Center attack with 9 points, while D. Helg- son scored G for Lake Mills. The Buffalo Center reserves defeated 'the Lake Mills yearlings, Goldfield Downs Renwick Quintet Goldfield--The Goldfield high school cngers defeated the strong Renxvick quintet on the local floor by the score of 32 to 28. The Little Nine champions trailed throughout thc gome with the locals holding a 14 to 5 advantage at the end o£ thc first quarter and were out -in front IS to 15 at the intermission. The 2 teams played on even terms the 2nd half. Basingei- led the offense for the locals with 15 points, II of which were scored the first half and Kelly collected 7 points the 2nd half to take runnerup honors in scoring. The entire local teom WILLIE ^C0= i (?o6. (4S V/ORLD 6IIUARD i-TL-/ eexr IA» A -rrrws. played as a unit to give them Actory. Block of Renwick scored 14 points for his team. In a curtain raiser, the visitors led by Siemens and Blomker with 11 points each defeated the local seconds 30 to 14. The locals next game is with the Eagle Grove team, North Central champions, on the local floor Tuesday evening, Feb. 22. St. John's Cage Tourney Threat t--Another of North is St. John's of Bancroft, always a threat, and this year a serious contender in the state basketball tournaments coming up. Latest feather in the St. John's cap is the championship of the Sioux City diocesan tournament. In the meet, the Bancroft outfit downed Salix, 57-15; Storm Lake 43-33; Algona, 44-19; Cherokee, 36-35 and Trinity o£ Sioux City 26-15. St. John's has made itself an opponent to be feared in competition this campaign, and veteran observers are keeping a watchful eye out for the club in the tournaments coming up. * Ventura Stops Klemme, 32-25 Ventura--Coach Curlcy Hinlz- man's Venura cagers downed Klemme here Tuesday night, 3225, pulling away in thc final 2 periods. The count was knotted at the intermission, 14-14. Hyde led the Ventura attack with 14 points. Lau had 8 markers for Klemme. The Ventura 2nd team downed the Klemme reserves, 34-27. Swaledale Girls Have 17 Straight Swaledale--Thc victory of thc Swalcdale girls 'in the sectional tournament at Manly gave Coach Carpenter's sextet a record of 17 straight victories without a defeat for the season. Swaledale downed Ventura, 44-20. Plymouth 55-28, and Manly, GO-22, in its path to the title. Led by petite, high-scoring Martha Jindrich, the Swaledale girls will be one of the top choices in the forthcoming district meet * Postville Beats Monona, 20-18 Postville--The Poslvilie basketball team earned another victory here Tuesday night, defeating Mo nona, 20-18. The victors held a 15 12 halftime margin. Leo Meyei scored 7 points for Postville, whili Freeman had 6 for Monona. The Postville junior high team halted the Monona yearlings, 11-7. Clear Lake 32, Iowa Falls 23 Iowa Falls--The Clear Lake 1 team, drawing away from a 15-15 halftime deadlock- defeated Iowa Falls here Tuesda ;,·""* ·"·"· *"«uujr Hmgoen led Iowa " marfecr s, Ti The . = -? C i * S ^" h a r I 2 Ior t h c Clear Lake reserves . also captured a win, downint; the Iow-i Falls yearlings, 24-20. * Twin River Loop Standings Activity resumed after a 10 day recess in the Twin-River basketball conference when Marble Hock journeyed to Rudd and administered a 47 to 27 shellacking to the host team. Rockford will trek to Rockwell Friday night to end conference play for the 2 teams. The outcome will not affect the conference standings t h o u g h Rockwell has lost but one game However, Rockford is assured of the championship on percentage in case of a downfall at Rockwell. In the only other remaining conference same, Nora Springs will ploy host to Marble Rock on CARDED SCHOOL Johawks Choice to Win Intra-City Championship · F Casey · F Tenney . C Chute . G C. Coyle . G Zallek The second of Mason City's two annual intra-dty Catholic basketball battles will take place at the high school gymnasium Thursday nigiit, when thc old rivals. St. Joseph's ami Holy i-'amily. tangle to decide this year's champion. The Johawks are already assured of at least a slice of Hie crown, and will be heavy favorites to' repeat their victory earlier in the season. Both clubs have moved alon^ at rapid clip since their initial tournament at Dubuquc. ],, .i, a( mt , cl ' A n r;h ost oul' °l f « strong Immaculate Conception of Cedar Rapids team in the second round, while Holy Family lasted 2 rounds, being elminaled by St. Mary's of Marshalltown. The Johawk lineup has been given a shaking up since that time, however, and the present starling combination of Casey and Tenney at the forwards, Chute al center and Chuck Coyle and Zal- lek at the guards has gone on undefeated. Whereas thc St. Joe outfit is expected to be at full strength for Thursday "night's clash, tiie Maroons have been riddled by illness, and Father Wilmcr Kicfcr's opening five is still doubtful. Despite the fact that St. Joseph's will be the choice, the outcome of a Johawk-Maroon battle is never assured until the final whistle has blown. A capacity crowd is expected to be on hand to watch the game. The two yearling clubs will open the evening's festivities at 7:30. with thc main clash following immediately. Feb. 25. A win by Nora Springs would enable her lo climb from the cellar _posl tie with Rudd but would have no ·other bearing 01 conference standings. Conference standings: W. L. . Pet. Hockford f o 1.000 Rockwell 3 1 .750 Marble Rock .. 4 3 571 Nora Springs . 1 5 .1B7 Rudd 1 fj .143 Beimond 47, Garner 26 Garner--Belmond took Gar ner's measure in a North low; conference encounter here Tuesday night, 4T-2S. Belmond led at tiie intermission, 2J-15. Nelson scored 26 points for the winners, while Phillips notched 7 for Gainer. Thc Belmond 2nd team downed the Garner yearlings, 30-23. Garner plays Klemme at Gar ner Friday night. * Lime Springs Halts Ricevitle Uiccville -- A v i s i t i n g Lime Springs basketball team had an easy, time of it with Hiccville here Tuesday night, grabbing a 44-13 decision. Lime Springs led at the intermission, 28-10. Wentworlh scored 17 points for Lime Springs, while Novlc had 5 for Riceville. The Riceville girls defeated Lime Springs, 34-21. Riceville led at the intermission, 29-D. * Greene Beats Charles City Charles City--Charles Citv and _rccnc divided a twin basketball contest here Tuesday night, the Comets losing the varsity game, 28 to 23, and thc Shooting Stars winning from Greene. 40 to 25. Greene's varsity team's win from thc Comets made it 15 wins and one loss so far this season. The Comets had an 8 to 2 lead at thc end of the first quarter and 15 to 12 lead at halftime. but Greene drew away to lead 20 to 17 at the end of thc 3rd. Stellar performer for Greene was Willis Sperry with 10 points and for the Comets, Harry Fisher Jr.. with 13 points. CHAiMlMON MEETS CHAMPION--Sammy Aiurott (left), king of the lightweights, stopped in Louisville, Ky. long enough to view the thoroughbred* at Chuivhill Downs. He is shown here with Duranza, queen of the 1943 1'illies, and Trainer John Goode (right). Jack Defeats | Max Berger in 10-Rounder Cleveland, (U.Rt--Beau Jack, former Augusta, Ga.. shoeshine boy whojiolds the world's lightweight championship, (New York version). Wednesday held a 10-round decision over Maxie Berger, veteran Montreal welterweight. Jack, although winning a unanimous decision, was forced to the limit to gain thc victory here Tuesday night before 8.20G fans,at the arena. It was Berber's first defeat in his last 17 bouts. Beau had his heavier opponent on thc canvns for a 2-count in thc seventh round, but couldn't land a knockout blow as Berber's courage enabled him lo last out the round and likewise the eighth and ninth. The Canadian rallied with a terrific flurry of punches to win the 10th. The United Press score card gave 6 rounds to Jack, including the sixth which was taken from him because of a foul, called 3 even, and credited the loser with one. The early rounds of thc fight were slow and uninteresting as both men were cautious and attempted to feel each other out. There were no hard Bunches landed during the first 5 rounds but Jack's natural windmill style and aggressiveness kept Berger on the defensive. The blow that floored the 143 pound Berger was a left hook thrown from a crouch. Referee Joe Secilcy reached a 2 count before Berger, still groggy, regained his feet. Another good punch in the same heat could have ended the bout, but Jack was unable to follow through. Jack, weighing 138. was warned on two occasions about butting and low blows. I N D U S T R I A L BOIVUNC L E A G U E S t a n d i l i r I'cb. I; w. i.. Pet. .132 .597 MolTand Furnace alt'n Cleaners ick and While tie Standard Service SwiH and Com[anv . Park Inn ODT Office . ..'.."., ,, .,., ,,,,, Slate Guard Co. E n 40 .-t)B Hi«h sin«le--GcorRe Hmdal. 221 "Kli series--Ted Brofinml, 5C7. · HiBh single team--Phalcn Cleaners 330 High scries team--ODT Office. 2G75. .. .Ml I N D U S T R I A L H O W L I N G I.E ,,,, Won 1st 2ml 3rd ODT O f f i c e 2 SO.", 778 7B5 Pllitlcn Cl'ncrs 1 BUS 710 867 P i o n 205; N e i d c n n c y c r SIB Black Jt While 3 StO (Ml 77.1 Lone Std. Scrv. S 811 773 73 1 ' Broerniis 203, 537. Park imi o 7 oKnntl Ftira. 3 7 Butts 186. 403. Slate Guard 0 S w i f t Co. ,\c;t; II.C. 303 i: Tot. 2fi7. lieu; 153 174 754 7G8 -.,. ,. ;3s TB Dalefc 183; Crispin 520. 722 761 LIST DISTRICT MEET PAIRINGS Girls Tournaments Under Way Next Week Des Moines, (/TV-- Sites and pair- is for next week's Iowa state high school girls' district basketball eliminations were announced Tuesday by directors ot the girls' athletic union. Tournaments will be held at Cedar, Minyo, Marcngo, Farm- ingtan. New Providence, Lowden, Lament, Hampton. Oakland. Redfield, Coon Rapids, Lenox,, Gruver, Albert City, Hartley and Cowrie. Steamboat Hock, d e f e n d i n g champion, was paired against Clutier, 1SH2 title winner, in the district meet at New Providence. Haveloek, 1S-J3 rumierup, will meet Ashton at Hartley. The complete list o[ pairings: SOOTUH'EST U1STH1CT Al O a k l a n d I3cebcetowti V5. Oakland Karragm vs. \VLota At Herifield Allcman vs. Norwalk Granger VE. Hedfield At Coon Rapids Audiibon v.s. Dunlap Coon Itapids vs. G u t h r i c Center At Lciinx I.tnox vs. Thaycr Oricnt vs. Tinnlcv NORTHWEST 1HSTK1CT" At G r u v t r Bode V!-. Seneca Center T;vp. vs. Silver f.akc Cons. At Albert City Albert city vs. Luton. ' ' "HoJstein vs. Pohierby " " At H a r t l e y Ajhion vs. l{iif«lK-k Hartley vs. Ireloti At Gowric Churrian vs. Lclantl Gowric vs. Stratford SOUTHEAST DISTRICT At Cedar Cedar vs. Colfax - Ccntcj-ville vs. I,c Gr.inde At MCnjn Carliste vs. Minpo Garden Grove vs. Seymour At MarrnEn Guernsey vs. Millersburg Marengo vs. T i f f i n Al F a r m i i i n t o i i FarminBton vs. Stoekporl Nltma vs. Yarmouth NORTHEAST IIISTHICT At Xeiv I'rovidencc Clutier vs. Steamboat Koek ^ev/ Providence vs. Zcnrinj; At LOM'dtn towdcn vj. Olid ^Icchanicivillc v^. Urbana At I.atnont CONGOU vs. l^ji[nonl L.imine vs. Ossiati ilininaculalu Con- llanscll v.'. Orchard Mnrblc Rock v.5. Svv. II. AND 11. 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