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i CENTRAL IOWA PRODUCES SEMIFINALISTS GOLDFIELD LOSES TO GLASS B QUINT BY 22-19 SCORE River City Romps Away With Mount Ayr in 22 to 12 Cage Race. DES MOINES. March 21.--(ff) Oilman's Class B basketball team staged the first upset of the State High School tournament by fighting its way to a 22 to 19 victory over Goldfield, a Class A contender. Oilman piled up a 16 to 4 lead at half time, and just managed to stave a frenzied last half rally by r?niÂ«m*Oj9 . Â·* Â·* Goldfield. Oilman's first halt lead of 12 points proved too big for the northerners to overcome and the former crew carried the colors of class B to the semifinal round. The two 'Goldfield stars, Scott and Watt Keister, twin brothers, -ran into all sorts of hard luck. Scott got a cramp in his leg during the middle of the second period and was forced to the bench. Soon afterwards Watt went out on personal fouls. Scott got back into the game, tho, in the second half. Gilmnn's Attack Shifty. Oilman's shifty offense gave it a 16 to 4 advantage at half time, Goldfield playing as if in a daze. The haze lifted for the'boys from up north, tho and the chief haze _ lifter was Freeman. Injected in the i fray at the start of the third quar- [Â· ter he shot two long ones and a free f throw to whittle Oilman's lead to J, Bix points. Westerfield popped in a free throw to make the score 17 to 10 and then Agard lifted one from far out that went swish thru tho basket Westerfield counted three points as the quarter ended and Goldfield was in doldrums once more 20 to 12. S. Keister Stars. , The victors had not shot their as yet as Freeman came thru \ 'ith a short one and a followup at- .mpt that put Goldfield in the run- ng- again, four points behind. Westerfield again proved to be the slag in the Goldfield attempt as he popped In a short one. Free throws by S. Keister, Whyte and Freeman were the final scores \t the game. Altho he was held basketless, S. Keister was the shining light of the losers heroic attempt. He played all over the floor, intercepting passes and dribbling until a teammate got Â·open. Freeman counted 10 points for the losers, while Westerfieia scored M2 for the winners. Gunderson and Stewart, two cool players, worked extremely well at the guards for the ' p - - . ' FG Agard, f ;.- 3 Darland, f 0 W. Keister, c o S. Keister, g- 0 Whyte, g . v 'Nelson, c ... .... .0 Sherman, g . ...-. .0 Freeman, f 4. Totals 6 GILMAN--32 FG Barnes, f 0 Winders, f ;Vl Westerfield, o 4 Gunderson, g 3 Stewart, g 1 0 FT 0 0 1 S 1 0 0 7 FT 0 0 4 0 0 0 PF 0 0 0 0 0 10 PF 3 1 1 0 3 1 Totals Missed free throws--S. Keister S ' Freeman, Winders S, .Westerficld 7. Officials--Referee. Ted Saur of Simpsons umpire, Henry HasBrouck of Des Moines Y. M. C. A. Muscatine In Semifinals. Muscatine went into semifinals of the tournament with a 22 to 12 victory over Mount Ayr. The Musktes met unexpectedly stiff opposition, but their steady, methodical offense finally built up a winning margin. They led all the way, holding an 11 to 6 edge at half time. Barko. Muscatine center, led the scoring with five baskets and a free throw The sunynary: MUSCATINE--22 FG Â· Hahn, f 0 f Utley, f 3 s Barko, c .5 * H. Weber, g .......... 0 ' Wilson, g l Totals It, MOUNT AYR-- 12 tKItselman, f .. |Payne,-f SNairn, o IDehart, g BMcFarland, g- . . BE^GAZETTE S RTS "MASON CITY, IOWA, MARCH 21 1931 ENTRY LIST GROWS FOR BOWLING TOURNEY STATE TOURNEY RESULTS ROOSEVELT 32 J LYNX 20 Roosevelt High will represent Des Moines in the semifinals of the state championship basketball tournament as the result of a 32-20 victory over Abraham Lincoln High of Council Bluffs Friday night at the Drake fieldhouse. The sensational playing of McMichael and Fink was responsible for the Roughriders' victory. Goecker was the stellar player for the losers. Bluffs Starts Scoring. Council Bluffs opened the scoring- when Walsh sank a basket from the foul circle. Staker fouled McMichael and the Roosevelt center stepped to the gift line to sink the shot for Roosevelt's first point of the game. Parker had a chance to tie the score, but'missed a gift shot. McMichael intercepted a pass and scored a basket beneath the hoop to give the Roughriders a 3-2 lead. McMichael made one free toss good out of two attempts to increase Roosevelt's margin, 4-2. McMichael again scored a basket from the foul circle, giving his team a 6-2 cilee- Fink followed up shortly with a basket to put Roosevelt out In front, 8-2. Fink was fouled by StaJter and successfully tossed in the extra shot. Goecker came thru .xvlth a timely basket from near midcourt, slicing Roosevelt's advantage. 9-4, ns the quarter ended. T-end Is Whittled. HIckey added a point to Council Bluffs' total when he shot a charity throw a f t e r Sophcr fouled him at the Blurt of the second quarter. Goecker rcRlstered to whittle Roosevelt's lead, 8 to 7. Eubanka missed a free throw for Roosevelt. GoecKer stepped to the free throw lane and dropped In 'a point to draw within one point of Roosevelt. He was fouled by Parker. Parker was caught fouling again and" Staker drew his team even with Roocevelt at B-all when he made the free attempt good. HIckey mtsaed a Brest chance to put Council Bluffs In the leaa when he muffed his chance to count from the tree throw line. McMichael feinted and then dribbled in - - basket to place the locals back Into for the lead, 11 to 0. Goecker followed in a shot for a basket to tie the ucore at 11-all McMichael obtained a rebound and converted placing; the Roosevelt team ahead 13-11. H repeated this a few seconds later. Ho wa then fouled by Parks and McMichael con verted, boosting his team/a total to 16-1 at tho half. Fink Tallies. Fink tallied from far down the court a the opening of the third quarter, Increasin aooaevelt'a mareln to 18-11. Sopher was caught fouling, Goecker missing the firs one, but converting the second one, reduc Ine Roosevelt's lead, 18-12. McMichael fol !fW, 0 ? e ln and . Ie K I ' te iÂ« tl ..Â»llno Burroul lineup 011 '" Btaker ttt suard in'uie'Lyni McMichael fouled Walah, but the latte rnlBsed. Goecker cau E ht the ball off the re hound to convert, but McMichael offet thl a few seconds later by tallying and then Parker Increased Roosevelt's edge. 24-14 by slntilnj? a field goal. Goecker fouled Me Michael and the latter dropped in two fre heaves as the quarter ejided. Roosevelt in tho van. 20 to It. ,. Al ^ "l e beirlmilnE of tho fourth period ?.TM c .!?-_ Ca l!_. 1 ! ll r ri! '_ substituted Nowlen fo: SETS SPEED MARK GAR WOOD his place n star, McMichael. Hammer took Walsh 1 '" **Â·- T ------ Â·' -- - FT 1 0 1 0 2 I'f o 3 3 0 1 0 Totals 3 6 5 Reforee, Johnston of Gilmorc !ity; umpire, Ladd of Coe. FIGHT RESULTS ; By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SAN FRANCISCO--Young Corbelt, Fresno, Ca]., outpointed Paul MUrrone, Cleveland, (10). DETROIT--My Sullivan, St. Paul locked out Izzy Grove, New York f(l). Billy Light, St. Paul, and Sam "Bruce, Buffalo, no contest NEW YORK--Ben Jeby, New fork, outpointed Len Harvey, Eng- ftnd, (12). Young Terry, Trenton J., outpointed Vincent Sireci York, (10). BOSTON--Andy Callahan, L aw - f""'. Ma ss., outpointed Battling f Battalino, featherweight champion. Boston, (10). Non title. CHICAGO--Barney Ross, Ch- [cago, outpointed Jackie Davis. pringfield, 111., (6). ' MISSOULA, Mont.--Jack Mc- RCann, Bismarck, N. Dak., outpoim- "J!d EC lie She\ton, Great Fails, iVTont.,^.10). in the Lynx lineup. HIckey countec a free toss on Ullman's foul. Walsh was Inserted _back into the game, replacing Staker. Parker folloivEd in lo resistor, soar Ing Roosevelt's score to 28 to 15. Eubanks fouled Walsh and the latter made the free throw. Nowlen scored from underneath the hoop to acll two points to Roosevelt's ad vantage. 30 to IB. Hammer counted within a Close range. Fink was taken out for Barnes Goecker ncored on n ttpoff play and Barnes evened It by lallylne from the sfde. bringing the score to 32 to 20 In Roosevelt's favor Barnes fouled HIckey, but the latter missed is the game ended. HOOSEVR1.T (I). M.)--32 FO I'nrher, f t Fink, f . " J'cMlclmct, tuimnn, jj ]!!''i Nowlen, c. 'l Bamer, f ]'.'.'.l Totals 7-1 A. I.IJfCOtS 1 --20 Vh tnckcy, i ^ . . . . . . . . . . . FT 0 T 0 .n n . .0 , Wnlsh, Sinter, 'imer, g inmmcr, . .0 ..1 Tnlnls 7 Missed free Ifirmvs--HIckey ' P " P! "' nicMkt ""' 1 3 ' Sour of BOONE 25; ALTA 17 Boone high school advanced to the semifinal round by downing Alta, -25 to 17, m the first game of Fri- flflV Oirnninrr'n nm-mf ,, -- ay evening's session. The winners used a slow, but hard driving- offense to down' their opponents. Beauchamp wag held to three field goals, but Canakes came m hard from the sidelines to count five times from underneath the hoop for a major portion of Boone's points. Boone led 6. to 4 at the end of the first quarter, but Lowell Peterson's two baskets at the start of the second period put Alta into an 8-6 lead. The score wag practlcalv even until toward the end of the first half and then Beauchamp, Wmgo and Canakes scored to give the wlnnera a 16 to 11 advantage at the halftime. Boone continued its scoring spurt in the second half, while Alta could make only six points. Lowell Peterson scored five sensational baskets and added a free throw for high point honors. LTA -- 17 SG FT PF The lineups: E. Peterson, f ........ i o 0 L. H. Peterson, f ........ 5 i o Matson, c .............. o Paulson, jj ............. i Christiansen, g .......... o Gnutzineln, g .......... 'o Totals ............... 7? BOONE -- 25 FG Canakes, f .............. 5 Carlson, f .............. z Beauchamp, c ........... 3 0 o 3 2 FT PF o 2 0 2 o 0 GAR WOOD PLANS TO SET 120 MILE PER HOUR MARK Claims International Speed Record for Nautical Mile in Miami Trials, MIAMI BEACH, Fla., March 21. (/P)_Gar Wood, first man to speed thru water faster than 100 miles an hour, Saturday had a new goal o two miles a minute. After streaking his 12 cylindereu Miss America IX across a measured course on Indian) creek here Fri day to claim an international rec ord of 102.256 miles an hour for a nautical mile, Wood said he plans to build a boat capable of greatei speed. In an earlier run he waa clocked at 101.154 miles an hour over a statute mile in his bid for an American record. "I'll buy engines capable of 4,000 horsepower for the new boat," he said. "I may have to go to England to buy them, but I will do it necessary." Wood said'he could easily get 120 miles an hour from a boat similar in construction to the Miss America IX, and powered by the larger engines. The wealthy sportsman pilot ran seven times across the measured courses Friday, with but one of the seven falling below a speed of 100 miles an hour. IOWA-MINNESOTA MEET MAY RIVAL STATE FOR SIZE Approximately 40 T e a m Will Be Entered From Mason City Alone. Entries are 'beginning to arrivi for Mason City's first bowling tour nament. Teams from north Iowa and southern Minnesota are re spending readily to the invitations sent out and the indications an that a meet, which will rival the state tournament for the number o teams entered, will be in prosnec for April 10-20. : Jay Decker, persident of the Ma son City bowling association, an uounced Friday that the Jacob E Decker packing plant would entei five teams in the meet. Other in dustries have indicated they would enter teams. At present abqut 4C teams are expected to enter frou Mason City. Out-of-town entrie., are beginning to come in but no indication of how large the lis would be could be made this early. The Boyd Bowling company is sponsoring a club for the Owaton na tournament. The team is com posed of F. B. Wall, Bud Bushgens Royal Jacobs, George Squires ant S. J. Sobieske. The team will bow Sunday at 1 o'clock. IN STRAIGHTAWAY GIRLS TOURNEY NORTHEAST DISTRICT AT HAMPTON FIRST ROUND. Aplington 28, Eldora 18. Hansell 25, Sheffield 20. SECOND ROUi'O Aplington 37, Sheffield 10. Hansell 34, Eldora 27. AT LAMONT FIRST ROUND Lament 24, Miles 20. Manchester 24, New Albin 21. SECOND ROUND Lamont 21, New Albin 17. Miles 42, Manchester 29. SOUTHEAST DISTRICT AT CENTERVILLE FIRST ROUND Mingo 51, Attica 19. Centerville 44, Attica 11. AT ELDON FIRST ROUND Keosaqua 30, Eldon 23. Crawfordsville 32, Deep River C. 'Â· SECOND ROUND Crawfordsville 20, Keosauqua 4 THIRD-ROUND Stanville 16, Keosaqua 11. Deep River 21, Eldon 16. SOUTHWEST DISTRICT AT AVOCA FIRST ROUND Avoca 28, Stanton 12. Griswold 30, Northboro 21. . CEDAR RAPIDS--Bowboy Eddie Anderson, Casper, Wyo., defeated Iowa Joe Rivers, Cedar Rapids, (30). Young Gano, La Salle, 111., defeated Henry Falegano, Des Moines, (10). Wingo, g Octtman, g Â»". f Peterson, K Totals ............... 12 1 7 Missed free throws: L. If. Peterson 3, MatÂ«on, Pnulson, Chrlstcnsen Gnntznicln 2. Officials -- Referee, Lndd of Coc; impire, Johnston of Des Moines. The Falstaff Pale, and Champlin Refining teams each won two ou of three games from their oppo nents, the Chapin O'Nei: Coal five and the Allen Cafe of Charles City Faye O'Neil was high all arounc with 244 for a single and 601 for a three game total. STBAIOHTAWAV BOWLING SCHEDULL MARCH as, 24, 2C AND 27 Momlay. alleys 1 nml 2 at 8:15--Alle Cafe vs. Deckers' lowanaa. Alleys 3 and 4 at 7:45--Falstaft Palo VB Oakland-Pontlacs. Tuesday, alleys 1 and 2 at 7:45--Champ lin Refining vs. H. C. Boyd Bowling com pany. Alleys 3 and 4--Chapin O'Nell Coal Ideal Sand and Gravel. Thursday, alleys 1 and 2 at 7:45--Deck era' lowanas va. Ideal Sand and Gravel. Â· Alleys 3 and 4 at 7:45--Oakland-Pontlac vs. H. C. Boyd Bowline company. Friday, alloys 1 and 2 at 8:15--Chopin O'Nell Coal VB. Allen Cafe. Alleys 3 and 4--FalEtafr Pale ys. champ lln Refining company. Women's T.CAKUC. Monday, alleys 5 and fl at G o'clock-D. K. LundborK vs. Slandard Oil company Alleys 7 and S at 6 o'clock--Deckers lowanao vs. First National bank. Â· (ThEa game Is postponed until March 30) irilller Wcuer Putney ... \Vc.it Dnbbn Totals ALLEN CAFE 1st 2nd lnÂ» 217 1BI 180 IBS 160 MIS 127 1S4 100 843 81SO 3rd 2H lisa in 102 807 Team average 2500--8BO CIIAMPLIN REFINING CO. Players-- l R t 2nd 3rd Tljclsrn 177 22.1 J M "ill 181 nil 103 *" 108 inn Waldrnn 130 177 Totals Qtn 913 Team avernjrn 2(153--nÂ»4 Wall llnsheenn . fncoh.i Snulcre . .. Sclmeer ... Totals Team av FALST.lfe PAI.K 1st 2m! 225 na llift ion UK 182 nno ragn 2823 in if Ifi5 221 230 000 148 190 1117 109 y l(8 034 norc 82.1 49: 475 JH2 SSDU B42 488 Players-- Tut . Pirlil ins aulsoti 103 'Â· ["frkl 1 71 Â·Â·Â»" Iftl mltri . . 1 8 2 Totals 002 Team nvcragn 2GI1I--870 COAI. 2nd 3r,l 2ns JOB 133 244 100 B i d inn 201 880 ira; 58 B 2823 BGS 4,10 400 am 540 2028 AT CHARLES CITY CHARLES CITY, March 21.--In a special match at Charles City, the Charles City women's team won wo out of three games from thi Vlason City women's match team. Jones of Charles City was high with 195 for a single and 502 for three game total. MASON CITV I'lnyrrn-- 1m 2nd Volnnak l l n 134 Vail iso ]] n fcl.auchlln 120 133 tenner 13ft 333 Ijnrs 123 133 Tulnls 023 030 CIIAKI.KS CITV Players-- i B t 2n ,| ichollelcl HI 123 frivton . . 1 0 1 124 int. Carblencr ....113 ]4n Â·"W 140 19.1 'Ha* r t t r h i c n e r . . . . I R O 139 Totals OU 730 3rd 104 ira 97 320 1S7 737 3rd 147 132 126 107 144 447 405 413 1000 407 388 502 442 710 2J20 Six Teams to Start in Indoor Baseball Six teams will begin play in the ndoor baseball league at the Y. M. *"Â·Â· A. Wednesday evening The ames are scheduled for 7, 8 and 9 'clock. The teams entered in the eague are Hamiltons, the Junior Â·ollege, the Y's Men, Mason City Canvas company, the Brownies and ither the Mason City Hardware or he Coco Cola. MEET THE MANAGER ' Bj JACK SORDS ' MMASER. OF THE ST. LOUIS CARDINALS OFCATCMIMA8ALU THROWN FROM. , Y(ASilWGlcÂ»rt WWU.YlMT w S , y S trcet - Unown f o r two decades only as the "man who caught Walter Johnson, became famous In his own ri E ht last your by piloting the St. Louis Cardinals to their third pennant in his first year as This year, in his second season, Gabby wants to set a National league record by winning; TWO pennants In his first two years Besides having been the regular catcher for the great Johnson during the firo ball king's early years of greatness, Gabby nlso won renown as being- Hio first man to catch a bull tossed off the ton of the Washington monument. Theses feats were very interesting: but they did not slump'Gabby its beinp; a ereat leader of a bull club. So, when the St. Louis Cardinal ownership gave him his chance as pilot lust year, Gabby wasn't riven much of a chance by tlto "experts." T i H ?i"'SÂ» C ? Jt 5, th o hc nt of the now famous August-September four- club fight for the National league pennant, the Gurus came up out of tlto ruck and clubbed their way over the Cubs, Robins, Giants and li- rates to the championship. FROM T R A I N I N G CAMPS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ATHLETICS FUSS ABOUT CLOTHES FORT. MYERS--One might think a bunch of ball players away down in Dixie on a training trip wouldn't care what kind of uniforms they wear. That isn't so.' The Philadelphia Athletics are quite fussy about their working clothes, and the fussiest man In the outfit about appearance is Manager Mack. * v * DAZZ VANCE WORRIES UNCLE WIBERT ROBINSON MIAMI^-That persistent holdout, Dazzy Vance, is starting to worry Wilbert Robinson, manager of the Brooklyn Robins. "He will come along sooner or later," said Bobby, "but In the meantime he may lose the edge he had in training a week ago. If he stays out too long, it's going to cost us some ball games. * * * McGBAW TO KEEP LINDSTROM IN OUTFIELD AN ANTONIO--After looking over the situation for a couple of weeks, .John McGraw, manager of the New York Giants, has come out with a cautious statement to the effect that Freddy Lindstrom will remain in the outfield, w * * S^ORTI, WADDEY" ATTRACT ATTENTION WEST PALM BEACH--Infielder n Storti and Outfielder Frank Waddey attract much attention in he St. Louis Browns' training camp. Storti collected 6 hits out of 7 trips .0 the plate against Columbus and 3uffalo, while Waddey has been 'ielding brilliantly and getting more than his share of hits. * + * REDS NEED ONE ADDITIONAL OUTFIELDER TAMPA, Fla.--Efforts of the Cin- innati Reds' management to acquire at least one additional outfielder lave become almost frantic. Injuries o Harry Heilmann, key man in the outfield, and failure of several Rookes to show what was expected of hem, has Manager Dan Howley worried. Another effort will be made "Sunday to procure some one from he Cardinals, tho the prospects are not bright. * * a 3ENE RYE TO VGAIN SWING BAT PENSACOLA, Fla.--Gene Rye, ard hitting Rookie outfielder, will mndle a bat again for the Red Sox n about three weeks' time. His wrist was taken out of splints Fri- day and camp medicos say that the break he suffered a few weeks ago ia coming along fine. * * * DUGAN SHOWS UP WELL WITH TIGERS LOS ANGELES--Joe Dugan, once considered one of the best third baseman in baseball, is not as fast as when he covered the hot corner for the Yankees, but he is making a great showing with the Detroit Tigers in exhibition games. Dugan is with the team without contract, but it is a good bet he gets one. f. * * COMPETITION CUTS OUT ONE SENATOR. BILOXI, Miss.--Competition has cut one ambitious gentleman from the Washington Senators payroll. Catcher Ed Kenna picked up and left for Chattanooga when President Clark Griffith advised him the Nationals had decided not to consummate the deal which would have brot him to Washington. Borotra and Bell Paired in Net Final Texas Atom Is Only Hope of American Indoor Team. NEW YORK, March 21. (JP)~ Only Berkeley Bell, mighty tennis atom from Dallas, stands between the invading French tennis team and a clean sweep of the American indoor titles. Bell, who outlasted big- Frank Shields of New York Friday in a semifinal match, meets Jean Borotra in the singles final Saturday Borotra, three times winner of the singles crown, already possesses the doubles title with young Christian Boussus as his partner. Bell beat Shields 0-11, 6-4, 12-10 6-1. O M A H A -- Hymle Wiseman, 129, DCS Moines, defeated Carl Wilfing, 131, Omaha, (6). John Smotfye, 149, Omaha, defeated Chuck Pat- STEWART TO BATTLE WEST IN SIX ROUND GO Anderson, Joeb Are Resigned for Six Round Bout for March 26. Maxle West, Waterloo welterweight, was signed Friday to meet Gordon- Stewart, Dows "fighting fool," for one of the six round bouts of the 42 round boxing card scheduled at the armory Thursday, March Matchmaker 'Joe Kelly of the American Legion drum corps, selected the Waterloo mauler after being notified of his two round knockout over Joe Ward ut Clinton last week. He has scored kayoes over Dick Lang and "Tiger" Trask, according to his manager. Ernie North is the same type of mauler as "Young" Gassy. Gordon Stewart, the Waterloo mauler's opponent, is working out daily with his sparring mate He wrote Kelly that he is rounding Into good shape for the coming bout and if he wins from Maxie West he wants another fight with Don Hampton. "Tuffy" Anderson of Charles City and "Kid" Jobe, local colored mauler, stole the show at the armory on the last card In their four round bout which was filled, with thrills. Both maulers slugged it out to the delight of the crowd and in return Matchmaker Kelly lost no time in signing them for a six round bout for Thursday's 1 shoiv. Anderson and Jobe four round bout was a substitute bout before. Turgen Te"bben of Kanawha, Alex Getta of Manly, Pete Horgan of Northwood, Vallle Kline of Grafton and Chris Kramer of Swale- dale, are some of the maulers that have been signed to meet worthy opponents in the other bouts. CAMliGElNS RACE ON THAMES Light Blues Defeat Oxford Eighth Straight in 83rd Boat Race. PUTNEY - ON - THAMES, Eng., March 21. OP-- Cambridge defeated Oxford today in their eighty-third annual eight oared' boat race on the Thames. It was the Contabs' eighth straight victory in the historic event, which has been competed Intermittently since 1829. Cambridge took a lead- at the start, never relinquishing the advantage during the four and a quarter mile stretch from Putney to Mortlake. Tho victory gave Cambridge a margin of two races in the series, the light blue having triumphed 42 times to Oxford's 40 wins. The race of 1877 was a dead heat. The official time was 19 minutes and 25 seconds, almost a full minute behind the record set by Oxford in 1911 at 18 minutes, 29 seconds. Cambridge's margin of victory was two and one-quarter lengths. The race wan under overcast skies with hundreds of thousands looking on from the banks of the Thames. Cambridge got the jump at the start and at 200 yards was leading- by two feet. This margin the light blues increased to half length at the half mile mark, an advantage they retained at the mile. At Hammersmith bridge, which is about the mile and a half mark Cambridge had increased Us lead to a length and a half. At the two mile marlc they pulled out to a two length lead. SVVEA CITV TO 'IEET GIANTS TWICE SWEA CITY, March 21 --The Swea City Cardinals defeated the Osage Indiana by the lopsided icore of 35 to 22. The locals will Hay the Gilkerson Union Giants at Truman Minn., Sunday, and at Algona Monday. EXHIBITION BASEBALL THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ORLEANS-Ncw Orleans Cleveland (A) 1 WINTER HAVEN, Fla.--Phila- Â·Sj^ ( N ) 7; Col ""bus ( A A ) 3. WEST PALM BEACH, Fla--St Louis (A) 8; Buffalo (IL) 4 ST. PETERSBURG-Boston (N, 7- New York (A) 6. ' , T- MYERS--Philadelphia (A) 3; Cincinnati (N) Â· SAN FRANCISCO-Chicago (N; 6; Pittsburgh (N) 3. BILOXI, Miss.--Washington (A, 7 ; Spring- Hill college 3. LOS ANGELKS--Portland (F'CL) ; Detroit (A) 3. GALVESTON--Chicago ( A ) 13- ^alveston 12. ''Â·*Jf ; ''ciilna,"""wSti''"two'"' American women ii _ 1 "_j~~7 ] ^"~ | RIVER QUINTET IS FOURTH BATTLER TO AWAIT TESTS Roosevelt Paired With Boone and Muscatine With Gilman. By DON McGUIRB Associated Press Sports Writer DES MOINES, March 21. (^)_ Three central Iowa teams and one from the Mississippi river Saturday awaited the gruelling testa of two contests in one day in their battle ror the Iowa high school basketball championship. Roosevelt high of Des Moines and Boone were slated to open hostilities at 1:30 p. m., followed by Muscatine's meeting of Gilman, surprising class B outfit that bowled over Goldfield Friday afternoon. Koosovelt Has Easy Time. Roosevelt had an easy time- win? ?, lts , wav to the semifinals by finding Abraham Lincoln of Council Bluffs, a pre-tournament favorite, wenr^r Â£ y easy foe ' Roosevelt went into the lead at the start of their contest last night and piled up a 32 to 20 victory. P Led by McMichael, who scored 19 points, Roosevelt piled UD a 12 third nn and a team compoged largely er of reserves succeeded against the Lynx's io holdin flnal * The Des Moines quintet 25 to 17 victory threatened over Alta. Alta wa kets wlth five bas - MuscutJno Hns Trouble Muscatine had some difficulty in n Â°' mt Ayr ' s wel l tawtteS until Barko center the n i , a r c r H , quarter to bring a 22 to 12 victory Mount Ayr trailed 13 to 10 at thV thl Â«l quarter? tat fta at! he Mu3kies P ut Gilman, given only a slight chance G o d Go i d / icld - Carted off strong t o o m f f t0 4 leaa at the ha ". .too much of a margin for Goldfield snh Â°y. frC fÂ° mc ' a!tho **Â· SVeeman, a substitute forward, counted 10 points and aided by hlg mates, brot w h , n t h r 22 for when the final gun sounded. Roosevelt, Muscatino Favored Roosevelt and Muscatine were tho favorites to enter the finals, a contest which would bring together the' .outstanding, centers of thÂ°e tourna! ment, Barko. Muscatine and McMichael of Roosevelt. The Des Moines school was doped to face the tougher competition in the semifinals since Boone has showed a dangerous offensive built whÂ° Un * , Beauch "TMP. husky center who holds scoring honors for the tournament. Hia 2 Q points against Henderson in the opening- ng- game stands as the greatest iadlvffi 19 scoring feat with McMichael's IT^ C Â° unc11 BIuffs McMichael was withdrawn In the Council Bluffs game a i r n , Noted Horseman, Dies , Ky.. March 21. (/P) --William H. Harrison, 62 well- known trotting horseman, died herc- today of heart disease. He returned yesterday from the Longwood track n Florida and went directly to * hospital. Harrison was a native o was a native of o Lincoln, Nebr., but had resided here for many years. TUNIOR GIRLS WIN AT OSAGE TOURNEY OSAGE, March 21._ T he junior high school girls are winngrg of the class basket ball tourney. They defeated the seniors in the finals with a score of 24-16. THURSDAY, MARCH 26 AT ARMORY 42 -- ROUNDS -- 42 Auspices Am. tejrion JDrum Corps HORK a Muuler Af, MANRIQUI55 Mexican AssiÂ«ssin S Hounds CARL KRIEGER SPIN NELSON S Rounds GORDON STEWART 0 K ound.s "TUFFY" ANDERSON -KID"',JOBE 6 Itouniln Remiitchcd uftcr their thrilling four round tout last show. 5 -- OTHER BIG HOUTS -- 3 Turfjon Te!)ben, Alex Gctta, Peto Iforfpin, Chris Kramer, Valllo Klino will oppose worthy rivals. SEAT SALE STARTS MONDAY AT ISOYD'S CIG;VU STORE w h o ' " " "