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iattuS3tbvi«*X9*%c£t3£i* MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 11 · 1937 "· mAauiN UIT-X ig^uafl-UAZ^TTii;, -MAKUH 11 ^ 1937 FIFTEEN DISTRICT MEETS SURPRISE COURT FANS ~ ~ f * M. The Schedule FRIDAY, MARCH 12. At Webster City--District tourna- - ; ment basketball. . Guest From Austin. : BELMOND--Guy Shoemaker of _Austm, Minn., is visiting Mr. and ; -Mrs. Harold White. Mrs. White is ·his sister.: Pay Cash and Save Money SPRING'S SMARTEST STYLES SUITS $16.85 ,,, $24.50 TOPCOATS $16.85.. $19.85 Large variety of new patterns, sizes, styles,, colors to fit and please men and young men of every build and taste. 115 SO.FEDERAL AVE Iowa Squads Get Toughest Spring Drills Tubbs, Boland to Continue . Early Workouts Until at Least May 1. .IOWA CITY, (/P)--Ninety-one candidates, one of the largest football squads to turn out at the University of Iowa, are being put through rigorous drills, thrice weekly by Coach Trl Tubbs and line coach Pat Boland. The spring drills, based almost entirely around fundamentals, will continue until May 1, at least. Tubbs declares. The squad will be increased next week when candidates, now competing in other sports, will check out equipment. Neither of the new Iowa coaches Will make any predictions for next fall. Roy Hughes Hopes to Join Cleveland NEW ORLEANS, - (#)--JJoy Hughes, whose nose was broken by a batted ball two days ago, hoped to return to practice Thursday in the Cleveland Indian's camp. The arrival of Julius Sol- ters, outfielder, left only holdouts Earl Averill, Johnny Allen and Billy Sullivan missing. Tournament Boxscores AT WEBSTER CITY Class A. VEHSTER CITY-- 1!)|ULLJIOND-- 28 'E " ifl IE tt n a 3 OlObrccht f a 0 0 ? 4|racJC,ird f ( 7 3 ; X 0 S|D. Peterson I a 11 U -([Anderson e 2 1 l l n r a d j B 0 U I K a r n s c Isllnnil 1 f J u r l o n f Shellon .c f. Bocye g B. Ilocye E 1 · 1 u l 1 1 1 0 ( I I TOTALS ^0 B11ITOTALS 11 (i i: R u n n i n g scorr by quarters: VEBSTER CITY I I 2« 411 J! BELMONU ; || 15 23 a Free throws missed: W e b s t e r City It) llclmond 8. IIAIISIIALLT'N--iB |llAJirTON_r;-J larestad R u n t c yollc E vcyaer £ 7 1 21Klousla I 2 2 0 - t l l l a r m D n c o o [ 2|l)onnt3son s 0 4 1 2|Urclt c 1 J L a i p p I c g 2 IWoodley 0 0 0 TOTALS .;15 3 illTOTALS '·',/' 7 8 0 R u n n i n g : score' by quarters: UAUS1IALLTO1VN 12 1(7 23 3' JA.irrrON ·· .1 is a:, Frcn Ihruws missed: Marshalllown I I lampion G. Officials: Frca W i n t e r (GrJnncll): B I. Toay (Des Molnes). Sale! Through Saturday Only! They're long wearing sweaters with plenty of style--pleated sports backs; slide fastener front; slightly brushed. Savel Window Pane Check (Sweaters . . . . l.!»H \ Men's Dress Shirts New spring: patterns. Trubcnized anfl button down collars. Men's Garter Socks Made to sell for 35cl With attached garters that last life of s o c k s . Spring patterns. Montgomery Ward Norlh Iowa's Largest Department Store 102-4-6 South Federal Avc. Telephone 8GO or 8G1 SHELTON PAGES LYNX IN TUSSLE FOR NEW HONOR Marshalltown Also Wins a Tourney Gets Started at Webster City. By II. B. HOOK (Globe-Gazette Sporls Staff) WEBSTER CITY--A great in dividual performance, a rip-roar ing overtime battle and a lasl vniu ule rally that brought a victorj highlighted the opening night 0 ' district basketball compclitioi here Wednesday. Don Shelfon, Webster Ciiy Lyn: austate center, went on a one- man scoring spree that netted him 25 points in less than three period as Webster City defeated Belmond 49 to 28 in Class A. Goodell high school c a m through with a last quarter rusl that overcame an early Fenton lead, tied the score in their contes at 26-26, and went on to win 30 to 20 in an overtime period. Ottosen Comes Through. Ottosen high school trailed Kamrar all the way until Ihe las two minutes of their contest, thei pushed past to win 22 to 18. Boll the Ottosen and Goodell victories were scored in Class B. Marshalllown, a favorilc Class A team, romped over Hampton to complete the evening program 3i to 22, although the Franklin county team made a gallant fish out of the last half. Sophomore -forward Anderson opened the Hampton contest with a long ringer, halfway up the court, but the losers failed to get another field goal until the second half of the contest. * Cut Down Margin. Marshalllown Jed IB to 4 at the half and 23 to 18 at the thirc quarter as Hampton began its rally. Sharpshooter Zielie of Goodel topped his team's attack, and lee the Hancock county team through to its overtime victory with 16 counters. All-Stater Shelton, ousted on personal fouls in the Webster City game, left the contest midway in the third period, but had already racked in 11 goals and three free chances. Terry Gives.. Young Lefty Chance to Go HAVANA, (fl 5 )--Manager Bil Terry g avc Lefly Al Smith a chance to see if he will be ready to become number one relief hurter for the New York Giants again this season. The southpaw may be starting his only game of the year against the Habana-AImendares team, for if Terry's plans work out, Lefty Al will slay in the bull pen during the regular campaign to be called out only for relief duty. Mungo Turns Loose Speed on Brooklyns CLEARWATER, Fla., (ffj_Any lingering doubt that Van Linglo Mungo hasn't his fireball handy for the Brooklyn Dodgers this yeai can be forgotten. The big right- hander turned his speed loose in batting practice Wednesday and had the Dodgers breaking their backs swinging. New York Winds Up Early Work Session ST. PETERSBUHG, Fa. (IP)-. The champion New York Yankees have temporarily wound up daily anils, and for the next few days at least will devote themselves to competitive work. They battled Thursday in an intra-camp game to warm up for the opening "Grapefruit league" c o n t e s t against the Bees Saturday. Cards Center on Bat Power in Early Test DAYTONA BEACH, Fla , (/Pj-The Cardinals concentrated on Inttmg Ihursday, preparing for the two-game series with the New York Giants in Havana, Cuba Saturday and Sunday. Paul Dean will start the Sunday contest Manager Frank Frisch said, with Winford, Warneke and others slated for the Saturday assignment. Rogers Hornsby May Take Bench Himself SAN ANTONIO, Tex., (IP) Rogers Hornsby may watch most of the Browns' games this year from the bench. The diamond veteran indicated pinch-hitting might be his only playing role. Just to show he can still perform, he filled n at third Wednesday and drove two hits to the left field fence. St. Paul Gardener Pleases White Sox PASADENA, Cal., (£)_In addi- icn to showing interest in the bating of Steve Mesner, rookie third sackcr, Manager Dykes o£ the white Sox is enthused over Henry Stcinbachcr, outfielder up from St 'aul who hit .35G last season ateinbachei- is expected to give Rip Radcltff a hot battle for Ihe eft field berth. GLOBE-GAZETTE T Yankees, Cardinals Look Best to Sultan of Smack Can't Beat Yanks' Power, Says Babe Ruth When He Picks Teams. ISy SCOTTY KESTON b NEW YORK, (.V) -- Babe Ruth 'iewod. the coming major league jaseball races from a bunker along the St. Albans golf course Thursday and predicted the New York Yankees and St. Louis Cardinals would win by at least a mashie shot. "You can't beat that Yankee power," said the Babe. "They've got it from top to bottom. They -nay not win by as many games ..; they did last year, but they should win." Asked if he picked the Yankees with or without Holdout Lou Gehrig, the Babe dodged like a champion. "Lei's Not Talk." "I don't want to gel into that Gehrig situation," he roared. "I never say anything about a ball player's personal affairs." The Cleveland Indians, whose dexterity in dodging the American league pennant somehow astonishes him, are "the team the Yankees have to beat," he said. "How they keep from winning I don't know. They've got power and they should have pitching. And that trade Ihey made the Browns should help them. I think Lyn Lary and Julius Soltcrs will improve the team on the field," Unlike most critics, Ruth doesn't give Detroit much of a chance. He points out several of their stars arc about through. Washington Fifth Choice. Washington, Boston and Chicago follow in order in his American league list, and he's willing to let [he fates, the Browns and the Athletics fight for seventh and eighth. In the National league, after the Harris, he picks the Pittsburgh Pi- ·ates, New York Giants and Chicago Cubs in that order. . "The Giants are going to miss Bill Terry at first base," he said. "I don't think they can win as they stand." His fifth' and sixth' place predictions are the Cincinnati Reds' and Bostoij Bees. Approval Given to Dallas Track Event NEW YORK, (UP)--Judge Jeremiah T. Mahoncy, president of the Amateur Alhlelic Union, Thursday officially sanctioned the oan American Olympic games to be staged June 31, July 1, 2, and 3, as the feature of the pan American exhibition in Dallas. Mahoney assured Bob Hum- ohrey, sports director of the exhibition, of complete A. A. U. co-operation. Humphrey said ath- .etes from 21 independent republics and dominions would be invited to participate. A. A. U. sanction also was-given .o the exhibition's proposed amateur boxing carnival in which young scrappers from the United States, Mexico, Canada, Central and South America will compete. Tournament Results By TUB ASSOCIATED I'lUiSS DISTRICT NO. 1 At Ottumwa. CLASS A--FIRST R O U N D W l n t k l c l 31; Albli I I . C e n t r r v M I c 44; Wellmnn 33. CLASS n~riR5T U O U N D IouIa 2'J: Ilathbuu Wi. Melroae 12; UUIsboro 30. DISTRICT NO. 2 At lUuscatinc. CLASS A-- FIUST K O U N I l West L i b e r t y 45: Belle 1'lainc 31. l)aveniort "8; Muscalllic 2G. CLASS n--FIRST ROUN1I B e n n e t t 34; Sharon 28. Buckingham ( G c n c s C D C o n s o l i d a t e d ) 63; TVIartclle 25. DISTRICT NO. 3 At IHount Ayr. CLASS/ A--FIRST R O U N D V i l l i s t a y.l; Iltockloii 39. Mt. Ayr :!*: Gtlllirle Center ^0. CLASS I)--FIHST HOUND rrc.ir.olt 40; B.irtlcll III. ftlaloy I I ; CromweH 1-1. DISTRICT NO. 1 At'-Newton. CLASS A--FIRST R O U N D Cktirtlan Hi: Wlhtersct 2'. Oskalansa :l."i; Cowrie '21. CLASS B--FIRST ROUNI) C a m h r l d f c ( W h i l e Oak) J.'3; Harnc* City HI. Mitchcllvllle 50; Cooper 10. DISTRICT NO. a · At Waterloo. CLASS A--FIRST. R O U N D Decorah 541 West U n i o n 22. Last tt.Uerloo i l l ; Lake mills 10. CLASS 15--FIRST H O U N D D e l h i 10; Tripoli 26. Jancsvillc n2; R a k e 21. DISTRICT NO. G At Webster City. CLASS A--FlltST H O U N D Webster City l!»: llelnininl :',«. iHarrihalltown :t;l; H a m p t o n 22. CLASS B-l-FmST H O U N D G o n f l e l l :in; Fcntoii (Seneca) 110. Otloscii 38; Kamrar 1». DISTRICT NO. 7 At Sioux City. CLASS A--FIHST R O U N D Sturm Laltc -'K; Kmmclshurc 2C!. S l b l c y I I ) ; I l n u . i r i l r n ;!6. CLASS D--FIRST H O U N D B r a n d o n :w; Mallard Llo. Tcrrill Hi Alvord 13. DISTRICT NO. 8 - *;·: .-.-At .Council Bluffs. , » · · : · . ·····'·· CLASS A--FIRST'EOUND ' Sloan 24; Atlantic 22. nolle -15; Ida Orove 2,7. CLASS H--FIRST ROUND Barnum J2i Wlota 27. Danbury 31; Invln 30. Favorites Beaten in Southern Golf Event BELLEAIR, Fla., (UP)--Glenna Collel Vare, former national champion, and Kathryn Hemphill of Columbia, S. Car., top-favorites, were swept away from Ihe quarterfinals of the Belleview women's tournament Wednesday. H e l e n Dethveiler, youthful Washingtonian, rallied at the fifteenth to sweep Ihe last four holes and eliminate Mrs. Vare one up on the home green. Dorothy Truung of San Francisco virtually duplicated Miss Dettweiler's performance, also taking the last four holes and blasting Miss Hemphill G and 5. She finished with an eagle, a birdie and a par. MUSCATINE OUT OF COURT RACE FOR IOWA TITLE Davenport's Blue Devils in Surprise Victory Over Muskie Hoopers. DES MOINES, (/Pj--Muscatine, Little Six conference champion, watched the race for the boys' high school basketball championship from the sidelines Thursday as 64 more teams prepared to swing into action in the second half of the first round in the district tournament competition. The Muskies, an outstanding choice for district one honors, were nipped, 28 to 2G, by Davenport's Blue Devils in an overtime thriller at Muscatine. Bob Bender, a sophomore guard shot the winning goal to send portly Paul Moon's team into the second round. Feature of 3U Games. The game was the feature contest of 32 first round games in the eighth district meets. Half of the field of 128 teams, survivors of sectional play, got inlo action last night. The first round will be completed lonighl with 32 more games. Muscatine was not the only fav orite to tumble. Albia, first pick in Class A in the first district, lost to Winfielcl, 21 to 14; Decorah pushed West Union aside, 24 to 22, for an upsel in the filth .district at Waterloo and Sloan surprised Atlantic, 24 to 22, in the eighth district al Council Bluffs. Sharon Falls Out. Biggest .shock in the Class B competition was Sharon's 34 to 28 defeat by Bennett al Muscatine Sharon reached the finals tournament the last two years and was expected to run its siring lo three Other Class B favorites to lose were Irwin, beaten 31 lo 30 by Danbury at Council Bluffs; Rake upset by Janesville, 32 to 21, al Waterloo; and Wiota, knocked ou' 42 lo 27, by Barnum at Counci Bluffs. Most of the favorites, however swung along in stride. Marshalllown and Webster City two big guns in Class A at Webster City, pushed ahead with easy victories. Bobcats Drop Hampton. The Bobcals eliminated Hamp- ·ton : 33 to -22 and,Webster-. Citj whipped Belmond, 40 to 28. Waterloo East, fifth distric Class A choice, had no troublt downing Lake Mills, 31 lo 10. Burlington, North Des Moines Franklin of Cedar Rapids, Masor City, East Sioux City and Abraham Lincoln of Council Bluffs each an outstanding Class A club have yet to get (heir first district competition. REDS PLAY GAME. TAMPA, Fla., (if)--The first practice game of Ihe training season was on tap for the Cincinnati Reds with at least three hurlers scheduled to share the burden for each team. 2ND ROUND GOLDEN GLOVES Thurs., March 11 MASON CITY ARMORY SPRING (and EASTE SU8T and TOPCOAT OUR BUDGET PLAN PAY $5 DOWN . . . THEN PAY AS YOU GET PAID . . . EITHER WEEKLY OR TWICE A MONTH Q U A L I T Y · I f A V r C t · » ATI S F A C T I OW BEL SON 9 N C AT N U M B E R S E V E N SOUTH F E D E R A L * ' Reyolta and Picard Near 4-Ball Honor Win 7 and 6 in Semifinal Over Cooper, Thomson in Florida Meet. M I A M I , Fla., (UP)-,Tohnny Revolta and Henry Picard blazed toward a third consecutive international four-ball golf title Thursday with 7 and 6 semifinals tro- uinph over Harry Cooper and Jimmy Thomson. Their last obstacle is the team of Lawson Little and Tony Manero. Revolta and Picard had ii best ball of G3, nine under par, in the morning to go 4 up. They picked up two more holes on the final lap and closed it out at the thirtieth. Cooper and Thomson were able to take only one hole, the twenty- eighth. Little pulled his team out of a bad spot after frittering away a five-hole lead, to win 1 up from Willie · MacFarlane Walsh. and Frank ! Tournament Boxscores GOODELL-- ;iu Holler t. AT WEBSTER CITY Class B. IFENTDN-- 30 n -I t|rnttcrson f x 0 l l J c n s e u I 1 II HCarnnbell o ^ a :;[·,,,,!,,,,, , 2 0 SlCrowlcy t 1 0 ··! I I SUBTOTALS score uy n u i i r t c r s ' G O O D E L L ......... i; ]·· in I'ENTON .......... 5 II -ii 1'ree throws missed; Gooilcll ton 4. Z i e l l e t Dan-sou c D e n n i s 5 Uurke f TOTALS ic lift 3 I 1 :i i s :t- o n 4 1 : : 1 1 3 26 30 ;G :u S; Fen- KAMItAn-- 18 IOTTOSEN-- S3 ,. , l j T l l r . i l i J t l t n l nrimnilnca f 2 II :l|llaiison I ;( (I j Y i t u h l e - r .3 I) -llilrnrlckson t 2 1) 2 «'clb o 2 0 n|t.cise f \ a n L'ptea r i i I|jieabion ' Knutson f 1 J l | K i i n c l b . (U'chrslaii TOTALS 8 2 !I|TOTALS score liy quarters: '! 1 0 - 4 1 I n 2 .1 i a a o a t~K . . I rcc throM-s miaacd: Kamtar 7; . Olio* sen G, O f f i c i a l s : rrctl W i n t e r ( G r i n n c l l ) ; B. 11. Tony (Dcs Moinca). Spring Near DES MOINES, (If)--The Iowa Conservation commission said Thursday the opening of the trout fishing season has been set for April 1, two weeks earlier than last year. In 48 southern Iowa counties, the commission said, Vhe catfish season also will open April 1, more than six weeks earlier than in 193(i. In the northern counties, the catfish season will open May 15 as last year. The commission also reported that the catch limit on bass has been reduced from eight to five in one day. IN TOWN · ON · Goodricli TIRES BATTERIES RADIOS DONNELLY SERVICE, Inc. 125 First St. S. E. PHONE 3500 LISTEN TO THE HUB'S MELODY MATINEE K G L O 1:45 to 1:55 MONDAY -- WEDNESDAY -- FRIDAY THEY'RE STILL COMING I N ! SUITS and TOPCOATS The new spring suits and topcoats are arriving daily. You can see them in our windows today. But don't stop there. Come in, try them on. You'll agree that they're the best looking, best fitting and altogether the finest you've ever seen. to $4500 :^v ON FEDERAL -- JUST OFF STATE

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