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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 29, 1939
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1939 RAIN MAKER HAS GREAT CHANCE IN SPORTING FIELDS Lillie Ought to Hire Out to Other Clubs When Yankees Arrive By HENRY McMMORE United Press Staff Correspondent DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., (U.R)-- If she hankers after money and really wanfs to get rich quick, Miss Lillie Stoate, the 67 year old "rainmaker," should make use o£ her talent in the sports lield. Miss Lillie, as you probably have read, is taking personal credit lor the rain that fell over most of a parched Florida Tuesday. The citrus growers of the little town of Frostproof, Fla., brought Miss Lillie from her home in Mississippi on the strength o£ her claim that she could bring rain merely by sitting near a large body of water. They parked Miss Ijllie (but not until she had raised the umbrella which she always carries) on the banks of Lake Reedy. WITH FINE SCOB.Y After eight days of sitting under cloudless skies, and just when she was within reach of the world's record for continuous sitting by a lake on an uncomfortable camp chair at the age of 67, it started to pour. There were some skeptics who painted out tliat if anyone sat in one place long enough .there'd be rain, but Miss Lillie had a fine scorn for them and, as the rain, spattered on her umbrella graciously accepted congratulations. "The bigger the body of water 1m sitting by, and the longer I sit, the more rain there'll be," she explained. Her tone of voice indicated that given a morris chair by Lake Erie and a month of quiet and she could put the United States under a deluge. If her rainmaking gift is a genuine one, and she can summon up raindrops at will, Miss Lillie is wasting her time working on citrus jobs and should get into sports immediately. Just think of the possibilities for this lady of the lake in baseball, tennis, golf and a dozen other sports. There are half a. dozen clubs in the 'American league who woulc hire her and build her a little laki near first base when the Yankee, came to town to play. In those games when the Yanks knocked Pitcher or two out of the box i. the first two or three innings for eight or nine runs, Miss Lilli game rained out before it became official. In the last world series r the: Cubs would have met' any 'rPrice she set. -r :·'-..;.' ;_ Miss Lillie would be very usefu in tennis, too. It is no secret tha when. America challenges for th Davis cup abroad the foreign courts are nearly always wet. Th hose is turned on them on th.. grounds that the dust needs settling. But the real purpose is to slow them up and offset tin American players' superior speed This artificial wetting has threat, ened to bring about internationa complications on several occasions. Foreign tennis powers undoubtedly would be glad to engage Mis: Lillie to bring on a helpful showei and thus rid them o£ the unpleas ant task of hand sprinkling. I. would look so much better, you know, GRID SEASON CLEANUP Miss Lillie could really clean up in the football season. A muddy field always works to the advantage of the weaker, slower team, and goodness knows how many coaches would pay her out of their own pockets to soak a gridiron foe. Many a coach has lost his job because a certain game was played on a fast, dry field and his superior opposition couid go to town with spinners and passes and laterals. Racing owners would be clients of Miss Lillie, too. A stable with a good mudder would offer plenty for a sloppy track on the day of a big stake. I offer Miss Lillie these suggestions free of charge. She is welcome to them. Of course I'd take 10 per cent if she really pressed it on me. But only to provide for a rainy day. {CojijrisM, 1335, Bj- Uniled Tress) Helm, Plymouth Fohn Seisseger, Clear Lake ... 3ari Furness, Hanlontown ... Jon Bilsborough, Swea City . Maurice Cooper, Mason City Wayne Porter, Forest City . Bob Brisbine, Mason City Six Squads Give Top MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FIRST TEAM .Stars From 30 Schools in Honor List Here Are Season's Leaders--The Globe-Gazette All-North Iowa Team 11 Pos. ', F F C C G G THIRD TEAM Maynard Woodbury, Cor\yith Don Halvorson, St Ansgar Maurice Meurer, Charles City Clint Stille, Garner LeRoy Thompson, Forest Ctty Bob Van Houtcn, Hanseli"" .. Jim Humphrey, Mason City Roy Maxson, Marble Rock' Kenneth Harlzell, Britt Dean Lewis, Orchard Albin Perau, St. Ansgar Leo Eddy, Swaledale '.','. . G Wendell Obermeier, Charles City Bill Enjtstler" Garner Honors to Area Aces IN NEW TEST Largest Selection Drawn Out of Vote From 147 Coaches, Officials Aiding in Poll By AL MITCHELL Globe-Gazette Sports Editor Never. before have North Iowa high school basketball coaches 5iad so many different ideas. Officials, too, helped demonstrate something that was apparent through the year. There were more high-average basketball players in North Iowa high school competition this season than any other recent one. That assertion is borne out by the fact that 147 coaches and officials, polled by the Mason City Globe-Gazette sports department for nominations to the All-North Iowa basketball team, spread their votes over the greatest list of boys ever compiled in this office. IOWA LEADERS GIVEN HONOR West Bend Girls Are Guests at Dinner of Emmetsburg C. C. EMMETSBURG -- Emmetsburg basketball. Jans Tuesday night honored the West Bend state championship girls' team at a dinner in the Kermore hotel here. The banquet was sponsored by the Emmetsburg Chamber of Commerce and a group estimated at more than 100 attended the affair. The address of welcome was given by Leo Shea, president of the Chamber of Commerce, who also introduced Lovell Diddy, West Bend coach, to the fans. Coach Diddy, in turn, introduced the members of the girls' squad. Other guests presented by President Shea were Miss Mabel Dinsmore and A. R. McMullen of the West Bend schools, team sponsor and superintendent, respectively, and Frank Koch, president of the West Bend public school board of education. Louis Menze of Ames, basketball coach at Iowa State college, was ffuest speaker. Menze lauded-the accomplishments of the West Bend Squad and praised the efforts of the winners, who have boasted the state championship for two years running. A girls' trio, made up of players on the basketball team, sang a group bt three selections, and an Emmetsburg high school group under the direction of Mrs. John McDonald presented a one-act 7lay. Those taking part were Jim 3rown. Donald Kerwick, Martha Ryan, Frances ,Tuhl and Dick Tunnicliffe. Members .of the West Bend iquad were presented with indi- .'idual corsages by the Chambei o£ Commerce. The players present were Jerry Gearhart. Harriet Lockwood, Frances Drussell, Louise Needing, Betty Walker, Margaret Shellmyer Gcnese Robinson Mary Needing, Ruth Benninger Dorothy Benninger. Ella May Swarttager and Virginia Lou Rob erls. New York A. C. Set to Battle Buckeyes COLUMBUS. Ohio. fcP) -- The New York Athletic club appeared to be the only team strong enough to wrest the A. A. U. swimming crown Irom Ohio State univei-sity in the annual championship meet opening Thursday. The easterners took over the challenger's berth when Michigan, holder of the Big Ten and National Intercollegiate titles, announced it would not enter a team. The Wolverines, who will swim unattached or under club sponsorship, were rsted a serious threat to the Bucks. I.Iike Peppe, Ohio State coach, siid tnat fr-.n} the 250 competing stars he could pick the nest collection ot swimming ;md diving talent "ever seen under one roof." Reds Bow to Tigers for Eighth Beating SARASOTA. Fla., (U.R)--The Cincinnati Reds bowed 6 to ' Tuesday to the Detroit Tigers their eighth loss in 15 starts. Cincinnati sent Pitcher Pau Gehrman to Albany and Catcher Dick West to Baltimore on option cutting the squad to 28. Man 0' War Passes 22nd Anniversary LEXINGTON, Ky., (if}--Man O'War, glamor boy of American thoroughbreds, was 22 years old Wednesday. Will Harbuf, burly Negro groom who took over his job oE nurse maid to the great stallion nine years ago, Xcd him apples and carrots for breakfast and "jes let 'cm take it easy all day 'cept liis morning gallop under saddle io' live miles/' V, Four dozen players, . on six earns, were eventually named to he All-Nort^ Iowa squad, in order hat proper recognition be given boys who placed highest in the poll. The 48 stars represent 30 different high schools throughout a territory more than 150 miles in width, alone the northern border of the state. First in the poll were the eight members of the No. i squad, with highest vote totals going to representatives of six schools. Mason City high school's state semifinalist team provided three 6£ the first-team selection, with Don Pickell, Maurice Cooper antl Bob- Brisbine filling one forward and two guard positions. Pickell Topped Scoring Pickell was the Mohawks' lead- ng scorer during season and state tournament play, while Cooper, a first-team all-state selection, anc Brisbine led their squad mud farther along the state title patl than any fan had picked them to go. High spot of the Mohawk season was a victory over Sac City in the second round of the state finals tournament. . -. ; _ ^ Named widi '/the' JlohaWk^' 'were two Cerro Gordo boys at forward, as Dale Helm of Plymouth's sectional champions and John Seisseger of Clear take's Lions moved into the honor spots. x Another sectional champioi provided Carl Furness, leading scorer of a big Hanlontown team S\vea City's strong squad sent Don Bilsborough into the lineup, with both boys taking center positions . Porter High in Poll One of the highest individua totals in the poll was turned ir for Wayne Porter, Forest City high school guard who earned the third defensive position. Senior and junior performers divided the first-team positions earning consideration on the basi: o£ this season's play only. Pickell and Porter are the tlurd-ycar men, while Helm, Furness, Bilsborouxh, Cooper and Brisbine have played their last season for their schools. The two pivot-men and on guard are most sizeable o£ tin players, with both Furness anu Bilsborough at the six-foot level as is Porter. Average weight of the team i: in the neighborhood of 165 pounds with Porter and Furness in thi 175-pound bracket, while Seissege: and Bilsborough, another "thii man" center, are at the 155-poun end of the scale. Decker Brothers-"Y" Touniament Io Seek City Net Champion A new city championship race, ith the Decker Brothers-Y. M. . A. tournament trophy awaiting ie winner, began Wednesday as strong field o£ table tennis en- ies started play in their annual ournament. Double elimination .play will ingthen the meet this season, it ·as announced by Evrou "Beef" :arges, manager of the event. First round matches are to be ompleted by Saturday, and all Competition will be at the Y. M. ^·. A. Singles and doubles pairings unounced Wednesday are: StNCLKS PAIRINGS l:\iptr Brackrl--Kalph Dlcckmann vs. ?e. Warren Wilson vs. Dutch Grobatv. Imer Snyder v.s. Bichnrd Fairer Dick rawlord vs. b}-e, Eddie Jones vs. byi;, »rmnn Allison vs. George NeJiXm rancis Bromver vs. Art Woodward' imncth Sweeney vs. bye. Bill Prilciiara s. Charles Gasswint. Jzzy Tamres vs 'aul Pntchard, Rov Servixou vs. Mickev lacDonald. Clalr Bellows vs. bye. Harold witzer vs. W. R. Walton. Hoeer Wallers s. Dave Kaufman. Herb Dkckmanu s. Ernest Wood, Lyle Humphrey vs. L o w e r Bracel--Dick Holland vjr. bye ce Ehvoocl vs. Norinan Barsncss, Reeves all vs. Jobn F-ritdiard. Harold I-iCiisse E. bye, R. R. Fliekinger vs. bye. Francis vimmell \, Robert Anderson. Hal illcy vs. Pat Lauslilin, diaries Tllomn- L vs. Bob Servison. Charles Johnson Jerry Launhlin. Owen Holbrook vs. :k Bobier. Ai Tibeau vs. Dick Cook ob Smith vs. Gilbert Christianson Bill lartin vs. Ray Clougji. Dick Holm vs d Hunter. Sterlinc Prusia vs. bye. UOCBLKS PA1KIXGS I'pper Bracket--Ralpli Bieekmann-La- ;n,£e vs. bye. Anderson-Orndorff vs bye i i v e e n o y -Jones vs. Hetland-Snvcier'. Jumphrey-Johnson vs. Ehvood-wilson Loirer Bracket--Allison-Paul Pritchard s. Tnompson-Barsness. Smith-Don Johnen vs. Jerry Lauehlin-Ilall. Servrison-Ser- ison vs. Olson-Rummell, Blu Pritchard- Irobaty vs. bye. Sox Edge Cubs, Tie Spring Series Play LOS ANGELES, (U.fiJ--The Chicago Cubs and White Sox met Wednesday to decide the winner of their California exhibition series. The Sox edged out the Cubs Tuesday, 10 to 8, to even the series at two victories each. Larry French started for the ^ubs today. The Sox depended on T .efty Lee and Clint Brown. Sports Calendar Wednesday--B o w l i n g . Women's cil league. Table tennis, city tournament, Y. J Thursday--Bowling. Dccfcer Plant leagu Friday--Bowline. Standard Oil IMBUE. Handball. Class championships, fta round-!. Y. M. C. A. Saturday--Bowling. Lyons classic. Sunday--Bowling. Lyons classic. Well, It Has Been Spring! Although cold days early this «cck drove the early-birds inside again. Mason Cily tennis courts saw action ihis sprin? at the earliest date on record, local net enthusiasts report. The sun was hot enough to frivc Andy Hubbard at Ictl a preseason sunburn. Other early-birds, left to ri^ht, were Fern Wilham Gloria Tapager and Dick Vaughn, (Camera Store photo.) ABLE STARS Pos. . F . . F . . F . . C . · C . . G . - G . . G . --* FOURTH TEAM . Sterling Loguc, Livcrmore ... . Doyle Boulclle, Kensett . Kuss Parker, niarble Rock Jim Maas, Charles City Bob Cordes, Mitchell Paul Gerry, Ledyard Lelaiid Swan, Crystal Lake Clint Xotvedt, Kensett r- , r. ^--.......i... --^.IJJV.IIL^I . rituuine iL'noici, is-ense Eagle Grove; Peterson. Thornton; Brunsvold. Hanlontown. Michel, Algoiia; Baker, Liu-erne: Hackbarth, Graftoir Kaasa i W ' i: r ' ° rcnard ; Anderson, Woden: Kirsc-hbaum Wesley! .Peeoi-ah; Morris, Cresco: Obrecht, Belmond ' . . , Sheffield; Scheffleman, Corwith; Palmeter _£? achlm ' Altli Vista; Davis, Livermore; Pooley Greene : H' w " °S : D H° l c W ' Ventura: Elmel " Eddy, Swaledale; Rygh, Spring ' Sevems - Co "v£th; Ernst, Cresco; Hali, Lime GUARDS--Bottom, Wesley; Van Deelan, Eagle Grove' Gaet?u-P ner^^ w hHe Mi »«.'Brooke. Brilt; Morris^ Clax^Ande son, inei Helm Woden; Studer, Wesley; Vic Lowman Clear Lake ; tonfon^'^^ ^^ Vent ! uri: RwiwldsTplym.^*; Long, . Hanson, Rake; Bowman, Luverne; Opheim Livermore- Schuster, Rockford; Stoddard. Livcrmore; Cray, Lirnc^'prings ' FIFTH TEAM Bob Finnegaji, Swaledalc Jim Edwards, Goldficld Ted Jensen, Elma Clarence Folkedahl, Goldfield Lloyd Her wig, Lake mills ... Dean Lashbrook, Osage Harold Field, Hanlontown ... Hyle Lowman, Clear Lake ... F F F C C G G G SIXTH TEAM . Dick Larson, Buffalo Center Lloyd Perkins, Otraflto .. Clarence Blau, Alexander Doug- Rust, Cliapin Ralph Bowen, Ventura Vitalias Jarosh, Elma Boyd Denney, Garner Bob Willford, Plymouth Honorable Mention List n ? T D £Y mc ' AI S°na: Colloton, Mason City; Grosslmcsth, ' Bl £TMk rhompson: Groen, Meservey: Trainer, Kanawha; sen, forest City; Trie-key, Iowa Falls; Miller. New Hampton Deam,_Chapm:-Prehni. Carpenter; llardine Tenolcl, Kensett · Watkins Globes-Gazette Sport's 18th Annual Estherville Relays Date to Be May 6 New Trophy to Wait for Speedsters at Annual Cinder Test 3ucs Play Best for Win Over Seal Nine SAN FRANCISCO, Cat., (U.R)-- The Pittsburgh Pirates put on :heir best exhibition oE pitching, hitting and fielding of the spring season Tuesday when they defeated San Francisco, 12 to 2. Rookie Bill Clemensen held the Seals to four hits and one run in five innings and Veteran Cy Blanton limited the Pacific coast league club to one run and two hits in the final four innings. T-R MOVES TO SECOND NOTCH . Furnitures Win Trio, Score Night's High Total in City Loop A three-game victory for Tylcr- 1 Ryan Furniture earned a second place tie for the long-end team Tuesday night in the Mason City bowling league, knotting the winners with Coca Cola. Maple Inn was the losing squad. Kozy Korner won two games from Boyd Alleys, the league- leading Decker Officers took a pair from B and B Shoe, and Lyons Cleaners won two contests from Davey's. Ty]er-Byan had a 2,329 total to lead the night's scoring and earn second place for the week, behind Golden Glow's 2,850. Capt. It. N Johnson held the individual honors with a 256 single ;md 625 .series, earning top spot for the week with his 263 aggregate. George Bull's 609 series was high in the week's prize list. Garner Teams to Bowl in Mid-Week Contests Garner teams were scheduled to bowl on alleys No. 7 and No. 8 Wednesday evening at the local KSTHERVSLLE--Tlic 18th annual JEsthen'ille invitational track meet will be held on Saturday, y 6, it wus announced Wednesday. One hundred and fifty invitations have been mailed to high schools in Iowa, Minnesota and South Dakota. Thirteen individual events and five relays comprise the program for the meet. A new Esthcrville Chamber of Commerce traveling trophy for the winner of the meet will replace the traveling- trophy which became the permanent possession of Waterloo West last year. A l a r g e permanent trophy, slatuets for the winning team in each relay, medals for the first three place winners in each event and ribbons for the fourth ana fifth places will tie awarded The meet will be staged on the Sunderlin field, quarter-mile track JOE WALLOPS SPAR STABLE / 1 Louis Opens Training i for Match on Coast · as Backers Battle LOS ANGELES, (/P-- Letting ·erbal wars swirl around his un- uffled head, Heavyweight Cham- JioniJoe Louis went back to the Symnasium Wednesday for another setto with sparring partners. The Negro champ literally lacked Roxie Eisen's trainin- amp to the rafters Tuesday in his nitlal boxing workout. Old timer's am they could not remember uc'li a turnout. Louis obliged by handing three sparring mutes a vicious drubbing despite the fact he wore big 12-ounce gloves. A new battery of practice foes was engaged for Wednesday. Meanwhile a private w;u- was (omg on between Promoter Tom Gallery and Dick Donald, mun- iger of Jack Roper, Louis' title foe here April 17. Donald remained steadfast in ·efusmg to bring Roper into Los Angeles from his camp in the mountains So miles north. Gallery wants Roper here to stimulate interest. Donald has plastered downtown S Angeles with huge posters showing Louis on the floor in the first fight with Max Schmelin and bearing in large print the message, "it happened before, it can happen again." "That's all right with me." said OoUery, "but someone sneaks into my office, a neutral place, and sticks them on my windows. I'm getting tired of tearing them off.' TOPS IOWA "MATMEN th loi Mats Take Loss at Hands of Cardinals ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.. (U.P.t-- The Washington Senators suffered their second defeat of the training camp season Tuesday at the hands of the St. Louis Cardinals. The remnants of the gas house gang, led" by Johnny iWize, won the exhibition 5 to 3. Mize collected two singles, a double and a triple. The rest of the Cardinals got only four hits. Minnesota Athletic Boss Out of Board ST. PAUL, Minn., U,R--Gov. Harold E. Stassen late Tuesday ordered removal o£ Robert J. Seiberlich of Minneapolis as a member of the Minnesota athletic commission. The governor decided to oust Seiberlich after a hearing at which it was charged that the commissioner used hii position to coerce men participating in the boxing ir.e to buy insurance through him. The accusations were filed by Tommy O'Loughlin, Minneapolis promoter. New York Ready for Long jaunt on Road ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., U,R-The New York Yankees, pac'sing to break camp Thursday night, will meet Tallahassee Friday They'll take off for New Orleans Houston. San Antonio, Fort Worth Dallas, Oklahoma City, Tulsa, and Little Rock to meet the minoi; clubs of those cities before going to Atlanta, where they will resume their series against the Brooklyn Dodgers. which has eight lanes on -straightaway and five lanes the relays. Preliminaries for (he track and lield events will be held in tin morning and finals will be stagei in the afternoon. Last year's meet was wrm b Waterloo West with Esthervillc Washington of Sioux Falls ant Fort Dodge finishing tied in th runnerup position. George Hicks, former Cheroke high school coach and for the la BRUINS TOP BID FOR PLACE WITH CUP FINAL FOES Boston, Toronto Need Added Victories for Spots in Title Test NEW YORK, (U.R)--The Boston Bruins needed one more victory over New York's Rangers, and the Toronto Maple Leafs needed to down Detroit's Red Wings once more Wednesday to qualify for the best-of-seven final of the Stanley cup playoffs, ice hockey's world series. | The Rangers would luivc to win i three .straight and Detroit two in ] : row to upset tlic Bruins and j Maple Lewis. I The Kanffcrs kept their almost j futile hope alive by winning j their first game against Boston ! 2 io 1 Tuesday niglit while Toronto opened tlic best-of-threc semifinal «-ifh a convincing 1 to 1 verdict over the Ited Wings. IOWA CITY, WM-- University o Iowa wrestlers elected Kennetl Kmgsburg of Cherokee captain t succeed Carl Vergamini of Counci Bluffs. Kmgsburg is a junior The Rangers-Bruin game was marked by a near riot in [he first jeriod. Four players from each earn drew major penalties for righting. Milt Schmidt scored first for Boston, and Mac Colville tied it tor the Rangers before the first period was half used. The Rangers scored the winning goal midway of the second when Lynn Patrick skated down the middle, took a socket pass from Ott Heller, and lifted the puck past Goalie Brim- lek. In the final period, the Bruins did everything but pick the rubber disc up and pitch it past Uookie Goalie Bert Gardiner, whose net-tending bordered an the miraculous. The clubs return to Boston for the fifth game Thursday night. Toronto outspeeded the Detroit- ers, ran up a four-goal margin, and then guarded their goal until the end, Gordon Drillon and Kick Metz. divided Ih'e Toronto scoriiig, each bagging a brace of goals while their mate, Syl Apps took credit for three assists. The second game will be played in Detroit Thursday night, and the third, if necessary, in Toronto Saturday night. BULLTUPS WIN DES MOINES, yP;--Three freshman fieldhouse records were broken as Drake university Yearlings defeated the Simpson varsity track team 64 to 40 at Drake field- huuse here Tuesday night. lanes. Phils Keep on Hunt For Major Loop Win NEW BRAUNFELS. Tex. (U.R)-- The Philadelphia Phillies still were seeking their first "grapefruit league" victory over a major league opponent. They lost their seventh game in eight starts against the St. Louis Browns Tuesday, G to 5. although they hit Buck Newsom hard to pile up an early lead. A's Lose to Break Eight-Game Pileup LAKE CHARLES, La., (U.R)-- The eight-same winning streak of the Philadelphia Athletics was broken Tuesday when they were walloped by New Orleans of the Southern association, 20 to 9. It was the worst defeat suffered by the A's this season and marked their fourth setback in spring training games against nine victories. two years starter in the Iowa high school state meet, will again serve as starter here. Stars Warm Up Top Shots for Masters AUGUSTA. Ga.. (U.R) _ Top- nptchers of amciteur and professional golf warmed up over the Augusta national course, preparatory to the first round of the annual Masters tournament which begins Thursday. ^ Lavvson Little of Beton Woods, i J . H., former Avnorican anci British amateur titleholder tmd currently one of the strong men on the winter professional circuit, turned in a practice fiB. four under p;ir. in a round with Bobby Jones of Atlanta, Byron Nelson of Reading. Pa., and Dick Metz of Chicago. RAIN STOPS GIANTS DALLAS, Tex., (U.R)-- Many Gumbert drew the New York G i a n t K' pitching assignment against the Dallas Steers Wednesday, after Tuesday's game was rained out. City League Bowling MAI'Lll INN Playa-f-- 1st 2nd 3rl Av. C. Esccrt 183 1B7 172 522 174 E. EBSCI-I 1T1 |(M ]6j 5 M [57 Baker 105 12,-, 134 474 155 Lawon J9S 163 1R1 5-J.i [62 Jlorks 1B1 234 175 i90 197 Actual Pins ... 92fi S-'»8 847 2f31 877 Handicap w 60 60 I6D 65 Tolal Pins 558 SIR 307 -*3n 937 TTLEB-RVAN- PUijcrs-- til 2nd 3rd Tolnl Av. B. D u n c a n 191 156 137 504 16ft Tyicr 152 177 17B i« 182 Johnson 192 2.'6 117 625 203 AcllMl Pins ... 930 937 3,i3 272T. ~M8 Handicap 53 63 jg 204 68 Total Pins 898 IDOo 32S 2323 816 KO7.Y KORNER Players-- i st 2nd 3rd Total Av. W. Duncan 190 203 153 57G 192 HumDhrcy 181 194 153 523 175 J. Duncan 150 139 153 492 1B1 Toinby 178 182 I7.i 533 178 F. Duncan ISO HQ 161 431 130 Actual Pins . . . BS9 833 52.? 2572 857 Handicap . . y . 80 60 80 240 SO Total Pins . . 9G9 933 905 2312 937 BOYU ALLEYS Player;,-- 1st 2nd 3rd Total A V. Stoddard 158 16,1 135 453 133 Stcil . . 1S2 163 147 462 154 Householder 138 127 162 437 145 Morphew ir4 134 209 497 166 Krumbholz :4 145 139 463 13G Actual Pins ... 781! 734 502 2322 774 Handicap 113 118 113 334 I t s Total Pins .. 904 852 920 2676 S92 Players-Wall Moc Davey .... Ist 2nd 3rd Av. ... 185 234 201 S2 2ns ... 156 1K3 156 473 158 ... 197 159 US 502 1BT . 1B4 152 163 50! 167 Colilns ..."....".,. 212 207 20S 623 203 Actual Pins ... S33 315 874 272V SOS Handicap ..... 17 17 17 SI 17 Tolal Pins 955 B32 891 2778 ~S26 LYONS CLEANERS Additional Sports on Market Page Players-! O'Kcil I Kopan i C. Lyons .... Kcr« Bender ..... ArUJ»l Pins . 191 . 1" . 2DO . l.ill . 171 2nd 3rd Tout Av. 155 2W .''47 1B2 141 203 490 166 2il !97 .133 133 232 IG6 551 1M 171 132 Jit 17.i Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd' Tolal Av. Gets 144 184 146 474 1.18 Birenbaum ..... 205 H.I 171 421 140 Larson 134 170 151 455 152 Jones 105 137 133 470 157 Powell 160 174 191 545 132 Actual Pins ... Handicap Total Pins BIO C9 23S5 783 267 S3 901 34 043 34 2719 102 Players -M. Kaufmatt . Fait Lindsay M.tcDnnalrt Bor.kcr Avtual Pin's Handicap i D E C K E R S 1st 191 181 . 144 121 R93 836 2632 E77 OFFICE 2nd 3rd Tolal Av 203 207 601 200 IS! 518 173 186 57S 193 II, I7G 213 173 142 133 l.V 452 151 Total Pins 901 93o 082 2331 »40|Tolal Pini . 64 64 64 132 M . 843 1022 C42 2307 936 Open a CHARGE ACCOUNT SURE I've CHARGED It at ABEL'S for Years and why shouldn't I . . . steadily . . . and like to tear my clothing bills fn small pieces . . . besides I like . . . value quality . . . style . . . and most of all Fit ... that only Abel's "Own Tailor Shop" can give me. It's Abel's for me ... like all North Iowa men. Sterlingworth Suits and Topcoats $20 $25 $31 MASON CITY - MARSHALL/TOWN

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