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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1933 17 ROYAL DANIELI May Head Grand National List U, S. KEG STARS ON DRIVES WITH BID FOR RECORD Perfect Game Steals Show in Singles at American Congress CLEVELAND, (U.R) -- Hermann Undertakers.of St. Louis, Mo., national match champions who dethroned Hank Marino's Milwaukee Heil Quality Products'after a lour year reign, made their bid Jor world's title honors over the three-game route in the American Bowling Congress championshipb Thursday. Missing the services ol Lowell Jackson who performed heroically against the Heils, the Hermann quintet has Fred Taff who with Buzz Wilson placet eighth in the doubles in the lasi A. B. C. at Chicago. In addition to Cone Hermann and Taff, the St. Louisans have Sara Garofalo, Cliff Dcwees and Ray Holmes. The Hermanns hold the all-time high senc- tioncd league series of 3.7D7 posted on Jan. 2", 1937, on their home drives. Walter Weltoian, another sharp- ! shooter ot national reputation, brought his highly rated Zierplfs from Findlay, Ohio, and the Firestone Tires arrived from Aloron, Ohio, captained by Harry Souers who teamed with Clyde Sumeri to capture the two-man title in 1935. Echoes of a 300-game performance Wednesday by 53 year old William McGeorgc of Kent, Ohio, will linger lonjr in the current A. B. C. arena and longer in the records. Boasting a moderately fast ball with a slight "come-in," the Kent cost-accountant reached bowling's ball of fame in the first game of his singles appearance. He added games of 173-166 to reach the day's high three-game series of 639. It was the sixth perfect game in A, B. C.'s 39 year history. Out of the Pressbox AL BY MITCHELL They Have to Sling It... 'I've got a lotta offense to be junked, if I don't find somebody to sling that ball," drawled grinning Jim Yeager early Wednesday evening. The Iowa State college football coach, whose Cyclones were the outstanding team in the state last season, as well as one of the nation's star outfits, visited North Iowa Wednesday. He spoke for Cyclone alumni meeting, held at the Clear Lake Country club. 0 «'' * * * * * * * * * Spring practice got under way Thursday at Iowa State college, Jim was telling us . . . a n d the hunt will be on for replacements in eight positions. The curly- headed coach will have to find tackles, runners '. . . and most of all, a 1 passer who can do some of the things Everett Kischer did. It's just possible, too ... that the fellah who can sling that ball in the right spots will be the laddy who earned all-state recognition at Mason City high school with his- pitches and catches. Jack Wallace, barring scholastic and other pitfalls that beset football hopefuls, has a pretty fair chance of being the one to fill Kischer's shoes. « * s Hank Wilder, thinks Jim, will be one of the best. The big back, one of the midwest's leading ground-gainers, came back to spring drills weighing 215 pounds . . . .about 10 above his fighting left. » f S,' Tough to lick this year and next will be the Missouri sophomore of last fall, Paul Chdstman . . . who was just as accurate as Kischer with his tosses, and "could throw 'em the length of the field." FIGHT RESULTS By The Associated Press KROVIDENCE--Albert Mancini, 124*; Providence, stopped Irish Jimmy GUli- gan, 125*;. Buffalo (8). It's been a long time . . . but new statistics offer conclusive evidence of why the 1938 Iowa State college football eleven was one of the finest teams ever to represent the state of Iowa. Jim Yeager's Cyclones and his individual aces ranked at or near the top among football teams of the midlands in nearly every phase of play, according to final figures for 1938 compiled by the American Football statistical bureau. o * a Iowa State, in addition, made an impressive showing on a nationwide basis. The Cyclones ' were threatened among the nation's leading teams in percentage of victories, .875; were fifteenth in defense against rushing per game, 89.6 yards . . . eighth in defense against rushing per play, 2.13 yards. Hank Wilder, the Cyclone's hammering junior fullback, led the nation's ball carriers in average yardage gained per game, 99.3. Though he played in less than six games before an injury laid him up for the season, Wilder's total yardage of 545 ranked first in the midlands and thirteenth in the nation. KILSTAR ON TOP OF BOOKIE BETS FOR TURF EVENT 37 Jumpers Ready (or Post Friday at Star Race for Britons Cyclone Boss in North Iowa Yankees Win Games With Minor Squads ST. PETERSBURG, .Fla., (UP.)-The Yanks played their third straight game against their own farmhands, as they met the Ne- wavk Bears. The world champions nosed the Bears 4 to 3 Monday and walloped the Kansas City Blues 14 to 4 Wednesday for a record of seven .wins -against four losses. FIGHT RESULTS By The Associated Fress CINCINNATI'--Johnny Stevens. 137, Cincinnati, stopped Frankie Gilmore, 135. Cincinnati (5). Everett Kischer, Iowa State co- captain and quarterback, was the Midland leader in the AFSB "best total performance" rating. He topped the midlands and ranked ninth nationally in to- la! offense rating . . . was the section's third best passer, fourth high on yardage from rushing, the fifth high scorer, seventh best punter, and ranked first in runbacks of kicks. Chuck Heilemari, all-Big Six end who won additional glories in the East-West game at San Francisco, topped the midlands in pass-receiving and finished second in the United States. Heileman caught 29 of Kischer's passes_for 320 yards of gain. * =u * Gordon Reupke, Cyclone senior halfback, ivas the seventh leading ground gainer in the midlands. a * e Here's how the Cyclones ranked over (he midlands in various phases of the game: Team standings--Second to Oklahoma. 875. Yards rushing, game--First, 173.7. Yards rushing, play--First. 4.07. Team defense--Second. 89.6 a game. Passing offense--Second. 50 per cent completions. 6.09 yards an attempt. Passes intercepted by opponents--First, seven. Pass defense--First, opponents completed 51. 36.2 per cent. Total offense--Second to Missouri. Total defense--Third to Oklahoma and Utah. Team punting--Second, 35.0 average. Safeties--First, three. By HARRY; I. PERCY United Press Staff Correspondent LONDON, (U.R)--Bets from 10 shillings to a pound pouring from the pockets of clerks, shop girls and hackmen on the nose of Royal Danieli to win Friday's running of the grand national steeplechase may shove the big Irish jumper into the favorite's role at the final call-over. Jliss Dorothy Paget's Kilslar remained the big money choice at 15-2, and Sir Alexander Blaguire's Workman was liked second best at 9-1. Royal Danieli's odds have shortened from 20-1 to about 10% to 1 in the last week and probably will take another dive when the final prices are reached in the bookies' small and exclusive Victoria club. Our American Choice Only one of the three American owned horses is given much chance to win the 4V' mile chase and that is Royal Mail, an 18-1 shot owned by Mrs. Camille Evans former show girl. Royal Mail, only former winner entered, cleared the 30 tortuous jumps and finishet ahead in 1937 for the late Hugh Lloyd Thomas. Mrs. Mario Scott, whose Battleship carried the stars and stripes to victory last year, will send War Vessel, another son of Man O'War, to the post, but you can get 33-1 she will not win with him. Tile other U. S. entry, Mrs. L,ouis E. Stoddard's lano, is quoted at 44-1. H. C. McNally's Royal Danie finished a neck behind Battleshi last year and was the early fa CATHOLIC FIVES GET INTO ACTION AT CHICAGO TILT Unbeaten Team Plays State Champions for Featured Contest NATIONAL CATHOLIC Basketball Tournament AT CHICAGO First Round SI. Joseph iCollecevIlle. Iiid.) «; Stevens, Wyo., 18, Mount Carmel Cllivoso -17; SI. Xavlcr (Louisville) 4U. SI. GcorBc iKvan»ton. III.) 33: Corpus Christ! IGalC'burel 20. CHICAGO, (U.R)--Regis high school of Denver, only unbeaten team in the national Catholic prep basketball tournament, ex- boost Us record of 13 consecutive victories Thursday to Cathedral o£ Springfield, HI., in a first-round game. Cathedral took 20 out of 27 games this season in winning the Illinois state Catholic title. Jim Yeager, Iowa Stale college football coach, spoke at a. meeting of Cerro Gordo and Worth county alumni held at Clear Lake Wednesday night. Gathered around to talk a little shop before the dinner meeting were Roger Boxven, former Iowa State quarterback and assistant coach at Mason City high school, Coach Yeager, with Coaches Clayton "Chick" Sutherland and J. A. "Judge" Grimsley, both of Mason ClCty. (Lock photo, Kayenay engraving.) vorite this year, but because of a couple of poor early races and an inflammation of the forefoot, he was nearly scratched this winter. However, last week at' Baldoyle in Eire, he showed perfect jumping form. Kilstar Unpopular Favorite Kilstar is one of the most unpopular favorites in the 100-year history of the race, but has been backed to the skies by professional gamblers. He has not caught on with the public because of a mediocre record and the experts' opinion that he is inclined to mis- time his jumps. Workmen has drawn much support because he finished third behind Battleship and Royal Danieli last year, but the experts contend he was a very tired horse and does not seem to have the stamina to" win such a longr race. Since final acceptors were announced last week, the only scratch lias been Jovial Judge, which suffered an injured knee Wednesday, and a field of 37 probably will go to the, post. Ten-Score Keglers to Bowl in 6th Classic North Iowa bowlers will start pins clicking Saturday in the first session of an event that is expected to attract a field of more than 200 to Mason City during three weekend schedules. The sixth annual Lyons Cleaners classic will open this weekend, and continue with Saturday and Sunday programs until April 2. Bowlers will be shooting at the record 952 posted last season by Ed Shannon. There will be no bowling at the local alleys Friday night, as preparation for the annual event is completed. Diamond Bread on Top in Loop Scores Two-game winners were the rule Wednesday night in the Mason City Women's bowling league, with Joe Cook, Coca Cola and Diamond Bread taking the victories. Diamond Bread was high team with a 1,937 total. Lucira Dougherty's 531 series and Eunice Cookman's 209 single were the best individual scores. DIAMOND BREAD Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd Total Walt 160 174 173 507 Cookman 147 203 117 473 Yonda 153 162 111 42S Dougherty 140 109 202 531 Total Pins 600 731 G03 1937 HliTCUlNSONS Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd Total Relief Hurlers Get Call for Cubs When Sox Series Renews LOS ANGELES, (U.R)--Manager Gabby Hartnett named Jack Russell and Charlie Root, who served principally in relief roles last season, to pitch for his Chicago Cubs in the second game of their spring series with their home-town rivals, the American league White Sox. Jimmy Dykes picked Thornton Lee and Clint Brown to pitch for his White Sox. The Cubs won their first spring game last week, 10 to 2, The Cubs lost their game with the Los Angeles Angels Wednesday, 9 to 8, while the Sox were whipping the National league Pittsburgh Pirates, 7 to 4. Red Crown Leads Way for Soco Loop A high. series of 1,986 and single of 747, turned in by Red Crown, led the Standard Oil bowling league Wednesday night, as the local loop moved its regular schedule up from Friday evening. Perfection, Stanolind, Quaker State and Red Crown each won two games. Cliff Holland helped the Gassers to their high figures with a 580 series and 222 single. Schmidt 164 15: Johnson Towlc 100 148 116 Cleaners Lose in Opener of Tussles With David Cagers A strengthened Marshall and Swift lineup, including Al Bieser, G foot-7 inch center from Des Moines, completed its two-game series against the House of David basketball team Thursday, after losing 56 to 40 in the opening encounter. The second contest of the pair was to be played at New Hampton. The whiskered team won from the Cleaners at Joicc Wednesday night. The boxscore: DAVIDS-^54 '.MABSK.-SWIFT--40 Actual Pins 528 Handicap 37 173 100 125 163 566 37 492 300 406 393 1597 111 Players-- 'aslernak cwen ala olland Actual Pins Handicap Total Pins 365 540 003 1708 FLOBIMEI. Players-- . 1st 2nd 3rd Total Shaner 93 147 123 363 Clapsaddle 130 131 134 395 Grcecrson 78 111 118 307 Chuiclc 160 120 144 424- A c l u a l Pins 461 503 513 1489 Handicap 41 4! 41 123 Total Pins Open a Charge Account 3 MONTHS TO PAY, New Spring SUITS and TOPCOATS In this vast selection you are certain to find exactly the type of fabric you want in a becoming color. You are assured of a pleasing fit at a price you are more than willing to pay. Don't miss this outstanding collection. , . 1 And don't forget . . . if you wish, 3 months to pay. lowans to Study on Grid Class Problems IOWA CITY--The serious and studious atmosphere of the classroom will aid University of Iowa football candidates in learning their lessons in the Notre Dame style, Coach Eddie Anderson believes. So he announced Wednesday that the entire squad will meet at intervals this spring in a classroom in University hall for lectures by the coaches and quizzes on various points of play. It is the first time that such a supplement to active drill has been used in spring work at the university, all other such sessions having been held in locker rooms or other places in the field house. Is Mcllhcam ( 7 Halliscy 5 3 Podwell c 3 Duboshl n 7 Swinchatt c 1 rt pi: 0 2;Cord!c f 3 2iHarrer £ 5 7|Good c 2 8'Hawk £ 2 liCarroll g IHert g Martin g /C ft 4 2 2 2 2 0 3 Players-Stubbs Rilcy lleidcnreich Ikenbcrry 138 550 560 1612 JOE COOK 1st 2nd 3rd Tola 123 142 132 397 110 171 123 404 167 172 155 494 151 142 431 ·S 2 TOTALS 21 12 20,TOTAUS 14 12 16 Score at half: House of David 21: Marshall Bnd Swift 18. Tree throws missed: Mellhcam. Hallisey. Podwell 4. Swinehart, Cordte 5, Harrcr 3, Hawk 2. *19.50 Softball Bosses Meet on Friday A certain sigrn of spring, the first meeting of Y. M. C. A. Softball committee members, was seen for Friday night as the group planned to gather to set league schedule dates. The committee meeting will be held at the Y. HI. C. A. Diamond Bread Wins in 79-52 Cage Game OSAGE--Diamond Bread of Mason City, North Iowa independent champions, defeated Osage Tuesday night in a 79 to 52 basketball scoring contest. The boxscore: DIA'D BREAD--79 OSAGE--52 lg i« P fK It Pf Ranson f 7 0 2 Cltrist'son £ 4 0 3 irumph'y i 10 4 0 Seaton f B 3 3 Usher c 7 1 4 Baldner c 3 0 0 Johnson K 0 1 4 Tesch s 3 1 1 Ottoway e; 4 1 2 Christ\sen g 4 4 I M'Donald g 7 2 0 Michel* E n 0 0 Total Pins 538 636 532 1726 COCA. COtA Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd Tota Lcinnaas '. 147 123 113 388 Hall . 135 127 124 386 Pirhl 117 160 120 397 Bcnish 196 161 127 484 Total Pins 595 57li 434 1655 D. K. LU.VDCERG Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd Tota N. Hctland 113 120 143 376 M. Holland 149 124 151 424 Howard 92 117 90 299 Slcphan 136 135 132 403 Actual Pins 430 456 515 1502 Handicap 42 42 42 126 Total Pins 532 538 558 1623 TOTALS M 9 12TOTALS 22 8 8 Score at half: Diamond Bread 29; Osagc 12. Free throws missco 1 : Humphrey. John- FC-II. Christiansen 3, Seaton, Christiansen 1, Tcsch. Two Share Honors in Fun Night Play Volleyball teams captained b Lou Wolf and Walt Erickson tie for top position in a fun night pro gram Wednesday at the Y. M. C A. Each team scored 61 points i a four-round, time limit match. Swimming completed the eve ning program. Sports Calendar THE'lHTJB ON FEDERAL JUST OFF STATE Thursday--Bowling, Decker Plant league. Friday--Badminton, DouWe-Y class, Y. M. C. A. Saturday--Bowling, Lyons C l e a n e r s classic. Sunday--Bowlinp. T-yons Cleaners classis. I FIGHT RESULTS i By The Associated Press JERSEY CITY. N. J.--Vincc Del Ortlo, ' 128. Italy, outpointed Fete De Gras^e, 129, [New York 18K cnow.v 1st 2nd 3rd Tolal Av. 193 136 144 413 1SS 175 153 141 469 156 146 174 137 190 440 5SG J47 616 27 27 27 1958 81 Players 5 794 643 632 2043 STANOLEX FUELS -- 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av. . . . . 174 138 180 492 164 133 323 143 339 133 118 131 160 409 136 157 166 176 433 166 ccplc .... /eber ... Eecrt ... Otal Pins 582 558 G59 1799 STAXOHNO Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av. albrcaUl 165 183 215 565 188 icvincy 162 101 161 424 141 lahonoy 125 105 144 374 125 5CS 123 135 190 448 139 BOSTON LEADS GUP PLAYOFFS New York, Detroiters Trail Bruins, Canuck Squads in Contests NEW YORK, (J.P.X--New York's Rangers and Americans and the Detroit Red Wings, one game down in the Stanley cup playoffs, will try to even matters when the ice- hockey world series is resumed. Defeat for the Americans and Red Wings in their best-of-mrce series will mean elimination. Another loss by the Rangers would put them in the unenviable position of having to win four out of the last five games in their best- of-seven playoff with the powerful Boston Bruins. Wingman Bryan Hexlall and Goalie Davie Kcrr, both of whom suffered shoulder injuries against the Bruins Tuesday night, will be supplanted by a pair of rookies up from the Philadelphia Ramblers of the [International-American league when the Rangers face off against the Bruins in Boston garden. Bert Gardner will be in the nets while Bill Carse will pinch hit for Hextall. Boston won (he first game 2 to 1. The Americans also will be without the services of their regular goalie, Earl Robertson, \vhen they attempt to avenge their 4 to 0 defeat by Toronto. Robertson, injured in the final game of the regular season, is still hobbling on a cane and Alfie Moore, who failed to stop the rain of Leaf goals Tuesday night, will be in the Amerk nets. Detroit is expected to open up with a wide-open attack in an attempt to get by the tight goal tending demonstrated by Rookie Claude Borque ill Montreal's 2 to 0 victory in the first game. Borque, nly a year out of the amateurs, layed sensationally to blank De- roit and the Wings know they vill have to go all out to survive he eliminations. Actual Pins Handicap 575 525 1811 105 191G :unis 1-16 Kanfcin 132 lolmlund 121 pland 145 010 5C1 745 ATLAS TIKES 1st 2nd 3rd Tola! Av. 167 147 400 153 171 180 483 161 201 1G3 486 102 136 190 471 157 Total Pins 545 G75 680 1300 Players-Doc Velsh Doc Gamble Actual Fins Handicap Tol.il Pins iso-vis 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av. ... 120 120 120 360 120 ... SO 13S in 341 114 ... 120 120 120 360 !20 ... 152 210 184 546 182 . 482 . 31 £88 51 537 1607 153 :,33 630 583 1760 QUAKER STATE Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av. Gordon 168 152 183 503 168 Morris 162 134 147 '443 148 167 138 136 441 14 P Young 174 151 160 455 161 Total Pinj '611 515 625 1872 POI.AR1NE Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av Wemcr 152 131 155 438 141 Connelly 119 115 128 362 12! Doe 120 120 120 3GO 121 Younserrnan .... 202 184 169 555 lit Total Finj 593 550 572 1715 PERFECTION Plavcrs-- 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av Noltcrictce 144 179 166 483 16 Estcrgaard 117 159 169 445 Doc . . 120 120 120 3K) Pavne 100 165 128 453 Actual Pm. H a n d i c a p . ... 571 623 553 1177 mmetsburg Coach Leaves School Post at End of Season EMMETSBURG--E. W. Langas, Emmetsburg junior college and high school coach, handed in his resignation here Wednesday and announced that he will retire from the coaching field. The resignation becomes effective in May at the close of the school year. Langlas has been in charge of junior college basketball and high school football here during the past three years. He formerly coached at Mt. Pleasant. The coach completes a successful record at Emmetsburg. His college basketball team finished last month in second place in the northeast Iowa junior college conference. Langlas intends to move to liis former home at Marcngo, where he will manage a farm in the future. His successor here will be named within the next few weeks. Athletics Win, But Giant Aces Return BATON ROUGE, Fla., (U.R)--The Philadelphia Athletics copped a 7 to 5 decision in 10 innings Wednesday for their first win in three starts against the Giants, who suffered their first loss in six starts. The game marked the return to competition of pitcher Carl Hubbell and Hal Schumacher, who underwent arm operations last fail. In his three inning stretch Hub allowed but on hit--a homer to Dick Siebert. and Schumacher yielded two hits and no Vuns, Friday Afternoon Brings All-State Cage Listings Iowa Daily Press to Make Annual Ranking of Iowa's Leaders DES MOINES, (IDPA)--Friday will'be the big day in the lives of 24 Iowa high school basketball players! As reward for their consistency of performance over the entire 1S38-39 season they'll be named on one of the three all- state teams to be announced in The Mason City Globe-Gazette Friday afternoon. They'll be the boys carefully combed from every section of the state--the boys who were at their best when the going got toughest --the boys who never said rlie through their team was hopelessly beaten, or who never slacked their pace when their team was ahead --the boys who were gracious winners as well as good losers. Each of the three teams will be composed of three forwards, two centers and three guards. Those boys who didn't quite make the grade will be named on the honorable mention list if they polled three or more votes. Tiny Texas School's Stars Beat lowans WICHITA, Kans., (U.R)--A team of nine girls from a tiny Texas liigh school became the sensation of the women's national A. A. U. basketball tournament Thursday when they joined other select squads in the quarterfinals. The girls, playing for Allison, Texas, high school, represent a student body of 50. Conceded little chance at the start, they won both first and second round assignments with ease. Allison eliminated the Des Moines Thompsons, 32 to 12, using a slow break which bewildered the lowans. The Texans are state high school champions for the second straight year. The other Des Moines entry, the seeded A. I. B. club, coasted all the way to eliminate Detroit 25 to 6. WRESTLING RESULTS By United Press KEW YOHK--Dave I.cvin. New York, defeated George Becker, Germany. 1 Additional Sports on Market Page Hollywood Inspired! At last--all the soft front drape . . . the smart waistline b r e a k you've been wishing for. See the newest style in our famous Kingley Line $2^.50 Featuring the New Shades of Green and Bius. Charge -- Budget No Extra Charge LARNER'S 10 South Federal

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