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May 8, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MAY S 25" ATHLETES IN LIST OF 1934 HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES BURNS IS AMONG BEST TO RECEIVE LOCAL DIPLOMA Glenn Evers Among Leading Performers; Others Did Excellent Work. Twenty-five athletes, 21 of them members of Mason City high school's Mohawk squad, three of them members of the junior college Tropan bands, and one who diveded time with both schools, will receive diplomas at the local high school commencement, May 29. Headed by Bobby Burns,' who dropped from high school competition March 14, when he reached the age of 20, the limit set on high school athletes in Iowa, the graduating list will include athletes from football, basketball, baseball, wrestling, track, tennis and golf squads. Bums--Twice Captain. Burns, one of the most outstanding athletes ever to compete for Mason City high school, captained the Mohawk 'football team and played his fourth season on the grid in 1933, then turned to the courts, where he was co-captain of the Mohawk basketball team, and played through sectional and district tournaments as well as the regular season. His age cut him off from -high school sports on. the day before the state basketball tournament at Cedar Falls. On the grid, he was all-state quarterback, and he also received mention as all-state basketball guard in newspaper selections. Burns also added baseball to his list of sports, being- a mainstay at the third sack in seasons previous to this. Giant Leaves Squads. Glenn Evers, a giant athlete who j came to Mason City from Laurens,' gladdened the hearts of Coach Clayton Sutherland and Coach J. A. "Judge" Grimsley. Sutherland used the big fellow's height to advantage at end on the grid team of last fall, and Grimsley found him a capable center, although his play through the basketball season was cut short by a badly sprained ankle, received in January as the Mohawks defeat- STAR ATHLETES MAK A l m X I C - a GLENN EVERS ed Washington high of Cedar Rapids on the home court. Standing six and one-half feet tall, Evers was ideally built for those positions, and has used his height and long arms to advantage in pitching for the Mohawk baseball squad this spring. His top performance was a game of the district tournament, in which he set back Tripoli 7 to 4, allowing a lone hit for the opposing club. Named All-State End. Evers was named all-state end in newspaper football selections, after th-3 season of 1933, in which Coach Sutherland's eleven lost only one game, that to West Waterloo, 7 to 0. In his last season on the Mohawk court, a red-headed midget tossed through 17 points against Eldora one night last winter in a basketball game. He earned a permanent for- 1/1 MASPN CITY tor GRADUHTE NEW BANQUET . . . PARTY . . . DANCE DRESSES being unpacked daily All the newest style features in lovely materials of Taffetas, Crepes, Cottons, Laces-- in white and all the new summer colors. $775 '$975 $12 75 and up to $19.75 1 · · . · · · · NEW SUMMERY KNITTED DRESSES featuring I "Marinette Knits" "Sportswear Knits" "Lincoln Knits" one, two and three piece styles $ 10 75 $ 14 75 $ 17 75 and to $29.75 * · · · · · We are ready for the Hot Summer days with a complete selection of smart COTTON DRESSES $3 95 $595 $795 and $9.95 to $14.95 ward position with the Mohawks, and captained his team through the state tournament game that Mason City lost to Roosevelt of Des Moines. Merrill Herbener, the midget ace of the high school basketball team, is graduating this spring. The Mason City high school basketball team on which Burns, Herbener and Evers played lost only to East of Sioux City, Spirit Lake and Roosevelt of Des Moines, the latter game bsing played in t h e ' · state tournament first round. Bellows to Go- Also among the graduating athletes will be Claire Bellows, who bolstered the front wall of the Mohawk football team; Lowell Case, who held outfield positions through a part of the baseball season; Charles Chin, Jr., reserve gridder. Keith De Lacy, who played through parts of the football, basketball and baseball seasons with the Mohawks, will also graduate. John Dougan, wrestler, will likewise b3 on the list. Bob Holman, gridder of former sessions; Lyle Humphrey, who was both athletic manager for the high school teams and a member of the baseball squads, and Haldane Lilley, baseball squad member, will receive displomas this spring. Capt. Mike Martin of Coach Howard Barker's wrestling team will be graduated. Brother of "Red" Martin, Mohawk grad of a season ago, the younger Irish-Italian boy proved an aggressive grappler, and placed high in competition, wining a large majority of his matches and taking runnerup honors in the district. . Fred Rose To Be Graduated. i Pat Mulcahy, football and hase- ball squad member, George Nicol, vrestling regular and Baseball Capt. Fred Rose complete the list of high school athletes. Rose was also an ace of the Mohawk back- ield through,much of the football eason. Harold Heneman, track man, is n the list of seniors, as is Jim 'auley, golf team ace. Guyman Sears, member of the wrestling quad for a time, and Lawrence omers, who was district runaerup i wrestling and a regular squad member, will also complete 'heir ompetition through the diploma oute. In addition, Doug Weaver, tennis tar and ping-pong ace in local ournaments, and Ed Woodward, yho added his bulk to the varsity ootball lineup in the fall, will be lumni in a few weeks. Jaysee Lists Four. High school men who will be giv- i diplomas this spring, but who ad their athletic competition with the Trojans of Mason City junior ollege, due to age limit ineligibili-. ties, include Kenneth Heimindinger, who played with the high school jrid team as a regular and with the unior college basketball squad as a reserve. Heimindinger reached the 3rep age limit Nov. 12, as the grid season closed. Cy Kopecky, one of the leading scorers of the jaysee basketball squad, will be graduated this spring, as will Dick Hughes, gridder. Also scheduled to get a diploma, Big Jim Bailey was among the toughest defensive bulwarks of Coact Grira- sley's Trojan line on the grid. A 200 pounder, the husky Negro lad smeared play after play directed into his defensive post. TXT UN ANIBEL WILHITE HOWARD SCHWEER A.bove are two of the seniors who participated in the state music contest at Iowa City last week. Anibel Wilhite was given the rating of excellent in the violin solo section and Howard Schweer was pven superior in the cornet solo division. surface of the loosened with the hoe or by keeping the ground ' rake. Each his honor to do his own work. boy and girl is placed on ST. JOSEPH'S AND HOLY FAMILY EVENTS TO BE GIVEN LATER Garden Built Under Sea. A real rock garden was recently opened at the bottom of the sea, just off the Bermudas. It was laid out by diving landscape gardeners, anc food is put out to attract all sorts of sea creatures. It is believed to be the only one of its Kind in the world. CHARGED WITH EMBEZZLEMENT Federal Receiver Arrested by Justice Agents in Chicago. . ..CHICAGO. May 8. (IP)--E. H. Johnson, a federal receiver for 25 years, was arrested by department of justice agents today and charged with embezzling $183,000 from bankrupt estates. Johnson, 60 years old, was seized at his suburban Oalc Park home. James C. Leaton, assistant U. S. district attorney, took him before U. S. Commissioner Edwin K. Walker and asserted that Johnson had been embezzling from a hundred estates for a 12 year period. Indicating an improvement in industrial conditions, electric power consumption in Panama City is increasing. Iowa High Schools to Give 24,000 Students Diplomas This Spring DES MOINES, May 8. l/P)--Approximately 24,000 pupils will be graduated from Iowa's 947 high schools within the next several weeks, Miss Agnes Samuelson, state superintendent of public instructions, estimated today. News, about the commencement exercises of the St. Joseph's Catholic school and the Holy Family Catholic school will be announced later when the arrangements have been completed by those Institutions. The commencement exercises of the St. Joseph's school will be on June 3, while that of the Holy Family institution will likely be June 8, it was announced. Bounty on Irish Calf Skills. To reduce the margin of surplus cattle in the country, the Irish Free State Government will introduce a bounty of 52.50 on every calf skin delivered to it. This was announced recently by Senator O'Duffy in an address in Kells, County Meath. Stomach Ailment Threatens Cop's Life Officer Caldwell, 3060 Faulding Aye., New York City, had such bad stomach that he was told he had only a short time to live. Then he heard of the Udga Treatment, based on a specialist's prescription. Today he says his pain is gone, ho eats anything, and is getting back his former weight. He is one of more than 54,000 stomach sufferers who have written heartfelt letters praising- Udga. If you have Indigestion, Heartburn, Acid Stomach, Gas Pains, Belching, or even a_ more severe condition, caused by excess acidity, make this test. Write Ud;a, Suite H. Foot-Schulze Bldg., St. Paul, Minn., for a free sample. Better still, get a 7 day trial treatment on a money-back guarantee from Michael Drug Co. or Ford Hopkins. the proudest night of your life! ^M GIVE MOTHER . . . A PERMANENT FOR MOTHER'S DAY SUNDAY, MAY 13 "*· * ^ GARDEN GROUP TO BE FORMED Entry Blanks for Boys' and Girls' Summer Club Distributed. 'Entry blanks and information concerning the Mason City Boys' and Girls' flower and vegetable garden club to be held this summer were distributed Tuesday in schools. Last year more than 200 gardens entered the contest, which is again sponsored by the Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. A change is being made this yeai to stimulate interest in early efforts. Instead of three judgings. as formerly the vegetable gardens will be judged July 5 or 6 and the flower gardens and boxes the third week in August. In Two Divisions. Competition will be in two divisions, juniors for boys and girls from 9 to 12 years of age and seniors, for those 13 to 18. Objects are: To promote planting, cultivation and harvesting of vegetables. To establish ideas as to correct soil preparation, to stimulate an interest in flowers and to show value of varieties for table use, storing and canning. , Rules are Announced. Rules, regulations and suggestions are: Any boy or girl 9 years of age and up to IS years may enter. The entry must be filed with the boys' or girls' work director. The size of the vegetable plot must be at least 10 feet square. Sizes of flower gardens and boxes will be left to individual. Each boy and girl must make a plot of the garden showing what [hey intende to plant. Keep a record of all expenses incurred, amount spent on it, and time put in on the garden. Attend meetings of the club when meetings are announced.. Record cards will be furnished by the Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. Those who have well kept cards will receive extra credit. It is required that each boy or j girl work regularly on his garden \tot at least \~ hour a day or aver! ''ge of 3 hours a week. i Moisture may be kept in the soil A S you step forward for your diploma and you're the center of attention, how proud you'll be of your appearance if ycu've had one of our charming Permanents! MYER'S BEAUTY STUDIO PHONE 919 7 S. DELAWARE.AVIS. ON MOTHER'S DAY SUNDAY, MAY 13 ROSES A DOZEN Sweet Peas -BUNCH WE TELEGRAPH FLOWERS JOHNS F L O W E R S Phone 223 1st 1(1 N. W. ACROSS FHOM 1'AUK WHERE YOUR FRIENDS BUY FLOWERg Best Wishes! CLASS of 1934 . . . Four years of hard study have put you through high school. Your achievements as' a class have been many and varied. You have excelled scholastically, in athletics, and in music- statewide honors have been accorded you. Our hope is that the same indomitable spirit carries you forward in that which is to come. Again we congratulate you and wish you, each and everyone, the fullest measure of happiness and success. 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