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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

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JONES, HAGEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 50 THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1839 15 Out of the Pressbox in Masters' Meet BY At MITCHELL North Iowa Historical Note A note in the news Thursday fays that the New York Jockey club .will consider the application of Don Meade for a license at ite next nieeung, wnicli comes oil April 11 . . . and it's a snort h»t th^t Meade w l i will ,n H approved ., ' - ' a a rider, with Marshall Cassidy the New ' 0 lead an 'v Hie saddle only last winter. He burned day! . the Florida " N ° l '' h connection with all dly Meade that ^**.*^rto^^.^^.^?^*^ 3 * ° - c o o CUATTEK: Speahin ff of Dougherty . . . an all-star team of Iowa Decorah Given Crown in Northeast Iowa Circuit Loop Re-Organized, West Union, Nashua Drop From Roster Drake Runners Move Out to Texas Event · DES MOINES, ()--Drake university's entrants in the Texas relays at Austin Saturday were to leave Thursday for the opening event of the outdoor track season. er, Riddell Kelsey and'nick Glesener will comprise the four-mile relay team and Chicle Bivins will compete in the pole vault. Washington Takes Second Card Loss ORLANDO, Fla., (U.R) -- The Washington Senators, who have dropped three of their five starts against major leaguers, tried again against the Cincinnati Reds. The Senators took their second straight licking from the St. Louis Cardinals, 6 to 2 Wednesday while the Beds boosted their Grapefruit average to .500 with a 1 to 0 victory over the Boston Bed Sox THfS SERVICE may add theuiandc of mlUt to th« HI* of your tires SPECIAL- New 4-point TIRE-CHECK service HERE'S WHAT WE LOOK FOR: LEAKY VALVES. IMPROPER PRESSURE if yevr tiru bov» hiddtn cuti, hrLMiei, thin spots -- our check will find them, without coit *o you..,. Ntcgiiory repairs at riaianablt prlc*i. New Goodyiar tires on EASY-PAY i«mj--02 low as TOc a day. B» isft and iav« moaty! DON'T GUESS-KNOW! A REAL BATTERY BARGAIN! S t r a n g p a t h B a t t e r i e s «?«·· you big yol«t at low pric.. K o n n t l y boiU for ilw m=» wdi waniisirvio without a big batlcry inyci»»Bt. ,.,.., * _ _ _ ? A " 5 "^ Ji, NEW HAMPTON -- Over protests of two schools, Decorah was declared basketball champion of the Northeast Iowa conference for the past season, at a Wednesday night league meeting here ized. The Vikings, who had tivo more victories than »he protesting schools, Warerly and Charles City, durins the past season, were allowed to Include wins over West Union in their j-ear's record. It was voted last fall that West Union and Nashua be dropped from the circuit, but tile conference constitution provides that such amendments can be passed only by two hearings. An amendment must be read at an initial meeting and voted at a second T It was stated that both West Union and Nashua .considered themselves members'of the league on the motion .to award Decorah tne title. Thought Nashua Dropped The motion was" made by K V Stephenson of Waverly. Both Waverly and Charles Cily schools could have scheduled added fames with Nashua, U was also explained, but were under the impression that the latter school had been drop D ed irom the conference. Reorganization plans for the conference included all 10 of the former members, but Nashua and u est Union tendered resignations tne hitter's effective immediately Nashua will withdraw June 1 Both schools withdrew because they felt that they could not meet conference obligations in football. Plan Minimum Schedule The reorganized circuit's constitution provides, that members must play minimum schedules of live football games with different league opponents, 10 basketball games with five or more schools four baseball games with four opponents, and four wrestling meets with three opponents. The baseball minimum does not go into effect until 194tt since schedules are complete for this season. Oelwein was awarded the 1939 conference track meet, and will hold it Wednesday night, May 24 If a setback is necesary because of bad weather, the meet will be , Held Saturday, May. 27. SheffSdHigh to " Open New ticket SHEFFIELD -- Sheffield high school will open its baseball season Friday. April 7, a t Popeioy f n r.»,~,ii ^ K v S ch^uler° UnCed Th -^ay P T,fe £ v £^ ^Ta April 7-- Popcjoy, Ihcrc. April 11-- Geneva, there. April 14 -- Latimer, here April IS-- Sivaledalc. Here April 21-- Greene, there. April 25-27-- Franhlin county nicnt. at Geneva. --ounjj May 2-- Alexander, tlicrc. IUay S-- Hansel I. here May 9-Brisloiv. here Slay 12-- Rockwell, tlicrc. May 16-- Ch spin. here. louma- [Local Squad Wins fin Volley Contest STARS OF YEARS PAST GIVE WAY FOR YOUNG AGES But Story Wasn't True When Bobby, Walter Tamed Tough Courses By HENRY McLEMORE United Press Staff Correspondent AUGUSTA, Ga., CJ.RJ--This is the masters' tournament, and the That was the price quoted on Bobby Jones and Walter Hagen Thursday for the sixth annual Masters' Invitation tournament in this gentle old southern town. Down through the dogwood went Snead and Picard and Guldahl at 8 to 1. Up over (he pine-needled crests went Nelson and Smith and Runay at 12 to 1. Skirting the Azaleas with their flaming bloom went Re- voita and Hogan and Little and Demaret at 20 to 1. All over the lovely course were golfers held at a shorter price than that of the Masters, Jones and Hagen. Coldly, and with no thought of the past, the bookmakers set their price on the men who, not so many springs ago, dominated the fairways of the world. 24 National Titles Jones and Hagen! What a pair! When they teed o££ they had their galleries--Bobby and Walter carried between them 24 national championships. In their glorious days, when youth was theirs, they conquered the fairways of St. Andrews, tawed the traps oE Holy- okc, mastered the winds of Muir- field, fought off the blistering suns of Interlachen and Winged Foot. And that's not all. In their swagger days Bob and Walter tamed the treacherous greens oE Oakmont, rode rough shod through the rough at Marion, and blasted pars and birdies from the sands of Preslwick and Scioto. Seven British opens fell before them. Six times their names were written on the U. S. open cup. In the fierce hand to hand struggle that is the P. G. A. tournament Walter five times triumphed. In the bitter, sudden death battles of the U. S. and British amateur Bob six times sounded the rebel yell in, the locker room. ^ · · ^ Bowed Only Once In 30 P. G. A. matches, against tile greatest golfers in the world, Hagen bowed but once. In his heyday Jones was even money against the field, and it didn't matter what the field. He was the one to beat, and he was the one seldom beaten. Today they went out at 50 to 1. The moving finger that the Persian wrote about has written against them. Time has marched on. And they haven't kept step with the youngsters who fell alongside the ever marching man with the scythe. Younger shoulders have mure power, younger eyes keener sight, younger ambitions more incentive. Fifty to one! Roll back a feu- ears off the Augusta course, let bloom again the dogwood of yesteryear, and Walter and Bob--Walter in silk shirt and knickers, Bob in his soft sweaters and flannels--would be odds on favorites against the field. But Never Surrender Just nine years ago, on the eve of his drive for the grand slam, Jones met the stars of the field that strokes. And nine years before Hagen stood supreme. Bookie, give me some of that 50 to 1. They may die in this tournament, but they won't surrender « J o p v r ! c h l , JOSH, By U n i l t d P r e s * ) Co-Champions in League Decker Brothers' girls n . e re co-champions with the Hamilton School of Commerce m the Y. \v. C. A. basketball league this season Sports Calendar Thursday--Bowlins. Decker Plant league. Friday--BoivJin^f. Standard Oil league. Handball, Class championship;;, iinal rounds, y. M. C. A: Saturday--Bourlln?. Lyons classic. Sundav--Bowling. Lyons ciassic. RECORDS FALL IN LOCAL LOOP Team Total, Series Figures Erased by Women's Shooting Three-game victories for Diamond Bread and Coca Cola and a pair of records highlighted Wednesday night play in tile Mason City Women's bowling league, tt'ith Hutchinson's Ice Cream taking two games. Losing teams were D. K. Lundberg, Florime! and Joe Cook Oil. Diamond Bread was the high squad, with a 2,013 total, while Mrs. Fred Wall rolled a 603 series and 215 single to top the individual list. Both the Bakerct series and Mrs. Wall's three games were high marks for the season's play. LUNDBERCI'S 1st 2nd 3rd J33 J1.T S3 73 13i HI 04 HI ..... . 50C 521 -ITfi N. Holland ... TVimmtr .... Howard Slcplian AcUi.il Pins Handicap Tola I Pins . 583 S93 Sji U1AJ1O.XI) n i E K A n Ifet 2m[ 3rd "·all . 21,3 181 21)7 Cookmsii ISO H5 laa Glanvillc 147 167 133 DoiishcrJy 149 (59 m Tat. 438 4 ; 3 433 Aclu.il Pirn . 680 6.2 631 2013 FLoniMEt. 1st 2nd 3rd Tot. Bailey 123 101 102 323 Clapsaddlo 109 103 74 286 D OC 100 1M 100 300 Chuick 156 157 IB7 500 Actual Pins 450 461 4G3 1414 Handicap 45 45 45 jjg Total Pins 536 507 500 1552 L Cir ,, laa5 . . . . . . J 'a!l .................. 1« 133 Pi"* 1 ................. 135 164 Bcnull ............... 1G3 13J) ICO 104 153 Dick Skale Winner' in Luther T i" 1 - 11 37.3 058 5S3 1G29 IIL'TCIIIN.SONS ,, , !sl "nd .^rd To!, I Scrtnnidt 120 198 131 4+9 "artcy Ol 101 134 327 Johnson 171 ]49 1J7 457 Toxvlc i n i.j2 123 3o2 been crowned COOD/YEAR " TIRES - Jove of the Jfgn of Ike Gaodycor Diamond GOODYEAR SERVICE STORES 121 NORTH DELAWARE Across From Postofficc Store Hours 7 a. m. to 7 p. m . Sal., 7 lo 3 -- Sun., 9 lo 1 \Phonc 363 Road Service Maso.i city 'Klath) diaries Cily JInson City I page) Iowa Falls w, .1 Pet. l.ono .567 men's intramural ping-pong champion of Lurlier college. In the finals, Skale defeated Harold Dennison of Victory, Wis., 21-11, 2115. 21-16. In reaching the finals of the tourney the Norsemen pmg-pong champion topped Dick Matties of Port Townsend, Wash 21-14 21-6. The other semifinal match saw Dcnnison victorious over Stan Henderson. Fergus Falls, Minn., H-21. 21-16, 21-18. Fifty- two Norse paddle-swingers participated in the tourney. ArUia IPins 4D4 Handicap |S 43 Tola! Pins oio 606 547 1663 JOE COOK OU. . , 1st 2nd 3rd Tol. '"' 1 '" 134 133 141 403 »KV 165 186 126 Ikcabciry 104 163 147 J27 112 121 Tola! Pins '.530 531 DECKER SQUAD TIES FOR TOP Sport Shop Six Wins Seven Out of Eight League Cage Games Winners in seven out of eight 1- W. C. A. league basketball games, Decker Brothers' girls tied for first place in the local title race during this past season. Millie Gruvich led the co-champions, who lost only once, to Hamilton's School of Commerce in offensive play for the season Marguerite Huffman and Mary Studer shared honors on defense The team record: Decker li'J: Hi-Tri Is. Etickcr 18; stale BrajJd H. Decker 33; Coca-Cola 23 Decker 31; Hamilton 2J. Decker 48; State Brand -I Decker 57; Coca-Cola -'3 Hamilton 42: Decker 33 Decker ·!!; Hi-Tri S. ' Lime Springs Wins in Independent Go PHOTIVIN--Lime feated Decorah in thriller to win an ..^^, basketball tournament here. Protivin Knights of Columbus won from Hidgeway, 42 to 31, in the consolation championship. HUSKY CLERK ISGIobe^Gazette Sports «,,,n. nn n . T J? Old Story May Have New CHICAGO BATTLE Twist for Hammer Hank Windy City Wins Team Title as Easterners Lose in Close Meet CHICAGO, (#)--An 18 year old grocery clerk, Altus Allen, stood out Thursday as the best prospect developed in the Golden Gloves amateur boxing competition, in · · · -- · its iiUei ,,.,, -- r . -. . feating New York, nine bouts to seven. Friday night minus the cuiiuicui uu.^iii^ cumpeu- which Chicago retained room r-city supremacy by de- crown. "~ £»ve times Armstrong has climbed into the riiijr with the 147-pound crown he won from Barney Ross last May at stake. And each evening he left the squared circle with the words "winner and still cbwupion" echoing In his cars. And for that reason--the fact thai'Armstrong has been working too hard these past three or four m o n t h s -- a broad-shouldered, dark-haired young man named Sixteen stirring battles were fought by alternates and champions of both teams in the Chicago stadium Wednesday night before 19,500 spectators. It was Chicago's seventh triumph in the series begun in 1928. New York won three times and two engagements resulted in ties. Allen, a 172-pounder, went inlo the ring as a heavyweight, knocked down a gigantic opponent twice and had him "out" on his feet in the final round to give Chicago its margin of victory. Outweighed 1C 1 ,:; pounds, Allen gave Enzo Avondoglio, a 22 year old iron worker of New York, a one sided shellacking. The Summary: 11U pomids--Willie Moon. ChieafiC, dc- claionccl Basil Jones, Nc\v Y o r k . (31. Joliti FoKe. Philadelphia, technically knocked "Ml Vic Siiecoia. Detroit. 12). 318 pounds--Earl Reid. Btfntotl Jlarbor, Mich., d e c t E t o n e d Peter Beaton. New York. 13), Willj.im Spear.-*, Philadelphia, deciMoncrt Chester Ellis. Kansas Cily (31. 126 pounds--Homer Williams, Chicago, decisioned Lou Valentine. New York. CO. nay Robinson. New York, decisioned Tony Ancona. rjeli-pit, '.;n. Io5 pounds--Willie Sinilh. New York, knocked out Roy Lewis, ZNluncic. Ind.. " I t . 'John Pleasant. Chicago, decisioned John Nocc. Philadelphia, "31. 147 pounds--VerneJl Williams. Cairo, III., decisioned T.imi Mauriello. New York. Cll. Corky Bulgarian, Ne\vbnreh, N. Y.. technically knocked out Milton Jones. St. Louis, llit, ICO pounds--U'aiTCil Jones. 7Ve;v York, decisioned Shclton Bell, Chicago. 131. Pete Hantz. East Xloline. III., decisioned Vincc FrateUo. Nev.- York. 3}. 175 pounds--Racon Kinncy. Hartnuii. Ark., decisioned Jim Boyle. New York. ^3'. Jimmy Reeves, Cleveland, decisioned Henry Jones, New York. 13). Heavyweight--Altus Allen, Chicago, de- cisioned Enxo Avondoglio. New York. '3i. Buddy Moore, New York, decisioned Tony Novak, Kansas City. i 3 i . Garner Juniors Win in Class Gage Meet GARNER--Members of the Garner high school class of 1040 proved their supremacy as basketball stars when they .won their third consecutive inter-class tournament Tuesday afternoon at the high school gymnasium. The same class won the tournament as freshmen and sophomores. Playing on the team this year were Bernard Collins, Clint Stille, Carol Brager, Eugene Springs de- . . u*« jiv» \SLIL v/j ui «igei" t -CiUyt?/ltJ independent Schleusner and Gordon Haes. They defeated the seniors in the final game of the tourney. Sophomores beat the freshme in the consolation finals. OZARK MOUNTAIN HILL BILLIES The Craziest, Goofiest Attraction in ^ Basketball.'! Sponsored by THE OLIVER ATHLETIC ASS'N. This Onp Hundred Percent All-Girls Team Wilt Play MARSHALL SWIFTS of MASON CITY at Manual Avis Gym, Charles City, Iowa FRIDAY, MARCH 31 at 8:00 p. m. Admission: Adults 41c, Children 26c. Tickets on sale at May's, Smoke Shop ana Bim Castle's in Charles City NEW YORK, OJ.R)--It sounds* like the same stoiy that's been written so.many times and from so many places--the one jibout Henry Armstrong getting ready to defend his welterweight title again. But this time it has a new twist because the little Los Angeles -- D -~ stands a moderate chance of walking back to the dressing Mason City volleyballcrs, cap- tamed by Carl Klalh, won a round robin match against Charles City Jowa Falls and another local team captained by L. A. Page, here Wednesday, taking three matches without defeat. The matches were played at the ^. M. C. A. Oneota Club Names Women's Officers DECORAH-- Mrs. J. M. Lee has been named president of the women's division of the golf and country club. Oncota . Mrs. E. R. Haines is vice president, and Mrs. Joe Wuertli, secretary-treasurer. Plymouth Club Has New Officers' List PLYMOUTH-- F. H. Grave, was elected president of the Plymouth Field and Stream club al ils annual business meeting, while other officers were: Ed Cinkel. vice president; Ivan LanU. secretary and F. A. Peshak, treasurer. A. H. Lantz, Paul Faltisek, R. S Willford, Wayne Rezab and 5. N. Graverson are members of the board of directors. COVELLI J.\ BOUT DES MOINES, (/P) -- Promoter Pinkie George announced he had matched Frankie Covclli, DCS Moines featherweight, and Henry Huerta of Washington. D. C., in I a 10-round main event for his; fight card here April 10. i TO^.. ,*· a -, fuf« Pfins^ PENKDlO ,,***' ·6H ?«"" »1? w 'fcLubricaWS, . . . which is one way to gef this anti-sludge oil for spring drivingl Yes, sir, one letter can change the whole course o£ your car's life! It's the "Z" that transforms plain, "Penn-oil" into PennZoil! When you specify Pennzoil, you get a premium Pennsylvania oil, refined by 3 extra steps to remove sludge-forming elements. Pennioil resists sludge 27 to 6? times longer. It keeps valves and rings clean. Keeps your motor snappy. Saves you money on gas and oil! Start enjoying these advantages today. Drive in at the yellow oval sign, ask for Pennzoil motor oil'and lubricants -- and be sure to sound your "Z"! r p r C f Attractive, all-metal safety reflec- * "*· *· · *°r. Mounts on license. Write Th« Pennzoil Co., 11 meca St., Oil City, Pa. When in Canada, act Ptnniail at British- American stations. f r«=». Gru!iCn4tOi!An'a. r«*ft He. 1 Davey Day from Chicago thinks that Henry's number is about due to come up. Day, a siablemate of Ross who since has retired, meets Armstrong in Madison Square Garden and, even though he's a 3-1 short- "OZARK"GflLS PLAY CLEANERS Charles City Tussle Booked for Friday at Manual Arts Court CHARLES CITY _ The Ozark Mountain Hill Billies, an all-girls' basketball team which opposes only men's independent squads, will play here Friday night, opposing Marshall and Swift of Mason City. Tile game is sponsored by the Oliver Athletic association, and will he played at Manual Arts building. Play will begin at 8 p. m. Friday. 1 Vinia Hobbs ami Lorene Daniels, both all-Oklahoma selections, lead a lineup that boasts of 69 victories this season. ender, he figures they might just as well call the whole thing off and hand him the title right now. NO OTHER "MAKIN,'S" TOBACCO LIKE IT! CRACRAN17 ~5 (irfr CHOICE, RIPE TOBACCO) Pre-Easter Selling of Suits--Topcoats A tremendous assorfmenr of New Spring Styles . . . featuring a large variety of Greens, Blues and Greys. 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