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ROGER ROStNUUM We wouldn't say that the Ventura high school team made its .record, of 17 consecutive victories -.without a · defeat pn spirit alone, .but from what we've seen, it cer- ;iamly helps. During the g a m e against Hock Falls in the county : tournament the other night, some Ventura cheer leaders decided il was time to do a little yelling for .their club. ; The Vikiiiff fans co-operated but got unexpected help from another source. For across the floor joining right in with the,roofers jvas the entire Ventura squad ane its coach, Leo Esbeck. You /can'1 beat a combination.like that. : " . * . . . jSgt. Don Wass. · Sgt. Don Wass has become thi sports hero of Maui island, in- the [ \ilawaiian group. Playing .with'the air warning signal battalion basketball team, Wass sank the' basket that handed the marine, team : its first defeat in 2 years'-.of competition. A story printed in a.Hawaiian paper recounts part of the game saying -that Wass sank his game- ! SGT. DON WASS --Cage Hero winning basket with only 10 sec onds remaining, to put the AWS team on the long end of a 27-2 count. Don was quoted as saying: afte the came thai his heart really wa_ I in his mouth when, a mate'threw the ball to =Hr^l[y Tiearf ^wt at ray throat when I made for th basket and, when -I saw thejba. | going.through the mesh, that'wa. ! really the happiest moment of m life since I enlisted in flic army. And well can we understan Don's words, for since his enlist ment some 3 years ago, he has no been home once. / ' * They Won Most For the 2nd straight season th Detroit Tigers are the shutou champions of the American league In 1944 the Tigers scored 20 shut outs as against being whitewashe .only 5 times. In 1943.the Detroi club achieved 18 shutouts whil being blanked but 8 times. With Dizzy Trout turning: in .: shutouts and Hal Newhouser- 6 |j the Tigers' total included 6 blank ings of Philadelphia, 5 of ^ and \ of Cleveland. Kew York wa the only team to escape bein shutout by the Tigers, while th lowly Washington outfit wa 4 blanked only once by the Bengal "~ Only 2 clubs in the circuit man raged to shut out Detroit. Phil a aelphia did it twice, behind Lu fman Hams and Jesse Flores. S ; Louis handed the Tigers 3 blank ings--behind Potter once and Ja kucki twice. St. Louis, winner o the pennant by a one-game mar gin . over the Tigers, scored shutouts and was whitev.'ashe only 9 times. Chicago and Cleve land., failed to collar the Brown who took not less than 4 blank ngs from Washington. * Five Shutouts New York's- failure to halt th Browns' pennant drive was trace able in part to St. Louis superioi ity in. the shutout department, th Browns handing the Yankees horse-collar trimmings, while su fering only a single blanking ; the hands of the New Yorkers. Luke Appling- is in the army-and the Chicago White Sox' bi for baseballs once again is out o the red--but it doesn't make Vice President Harry Grahincr of th Pale Hose very hanpy. . . ·"Last season, with Luke gon our club used 120 dozen fewe baseballs than we did in 194 when Luke won the league b* ting title.". Grabiner reportec "And our records on Luke sho\ that he was directly responsib: for 90 dozens of those balls." Most of Luke's fouls were of th "over the roof" variety--with big share of the dead right hit tcr's poppers sailing over the righ field stands. "But we'll buy an extra 240 do^ en just for Luke, if we had him back at shortstop," sighed Grabi ner. 1 JOHN GALLAGHER, INC, MackTrackDealer -, One E.'H.'T. in Stock 116 So. Delaware Phone 1001 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE -- -- ~~~~«-. w **m*.j.*j THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1945 j| Mohawk - Comet Tilt Here Friday ^^1 · - __ · . · · ^f*^ A' ' ' A ^HB ^^ ^v ' . · ' ---- - ' -. i. ..-- _ ^^^ Sutermen Face Austin in Away Tilt Saturday By ROGER BOSENBLIM Globe-Gazette Sports Editor Mason City's eagers, having completed their most intense week of workouts since the opening of the season Thursday, were set for another pair of tough games over the weekend. After playing 4 consecutive out-of-town contests, the Cardinal and Black returns to the* ' ~ Roosevelt court Friday night x meet Charles City. Saturday night the Mohawks play at Austin, and will -seek to avenge an early-season defeat at the hands of .the Packers. KGLO \vill broadcast a play-by-play account of the Austin encounter, with Merritt Milligan at the mike. The Mohawks will go into Fri- day's'Comet ganie as the favorite, despite the fact that Charles City won the first game of the series at Charles City, 34-30. Coach Bud Siller's' lads will have the advantage of playing on the home floor. The squad feels it can reverse the tables, although the Comets are out to make it 2 in a row. The largest crowd of the season is' expected to be on hand for the Friday-night game. With that end in view, it has been announced that the : doors will be opened 15 minutes earlier than usual -- at 6:15 o'clock. Additional seating space will also be available. The wire screen, which has been on the stage, has been removed and bleachers will be erected North Iowa BASKETBALL BIG- SEVEN STANIJINGS AV I, Pet. MASON CITY 5 1 .833 North Des Moines 4 2 .667 Fort Dodge 4 2 .667 West Waterloo 5 3 .625 East Des Moines ... 3 5 .375 Roosevelt Des "M. ... 3 5 .' East Waterloo 1 7 .! there. It's planned to keep the bleachers there for the East and West Waterloo battles next weekend. The Mason City and Charles City second teams will get proceedings under way at 7 o'clock. The Sutermen-hope to duplicate last year's feat at Austin on Saturday. In an early contest here last year, the Austin club won by the identical score it took this season's tilt. The Mohawks then traveled to Packertown and won handily over Coach Ove Bel-vim's lads. The game, however, will be no walkaway. Austin has a big. rangy and experienced outfit that does plenty of scoringv Suter u f as dis- nleased with" iheX'Mohawks' collapse--- in- -^tie^rKftBl quarter at Marshalltown last.Saturday nigtit, and set about to remedy the situation in practice sessions this week. Rebound work came in for plenty of attention. The Bobcats realized .too many points on tip- ins in that fourth period to suit Suter,.and he'concentrated on that angle in workouts. Defense and plays were also stressed! Following this weekend's games the remainder of the Mohawk schedule vnU be given over entirely to conference competition The 2 Waterloo clubs play here next Friday and .. Saturday, then 2.moire out-of-town'weekends will wind xip the season. Moynord, Elkoder Head Standings West Union--Maynard and Elkader continue on the top of the conference with 5 wins and no defeats. Maynacd defeated Fayette in their only conference game of the week," while Postville took a close one from Fayette earlier in the week. Elkader had little trouble in winning from Waukon and overcoming Strawberry Point in a non-conference game. New Hampton took a 1 pointer from West Union and Sumner defeated Frederika in the other non-conference games. Scores for last week's games: Wankon 27: Elkader .=3. Postville 17; Fayette IE. New Hampton .18; West Unlcti 17. Waukon 2S; Postvhle ·-!£. Slraivberry Point 18; Etbader 4-'. ' Fayelte 22; Maynard :«. Frederilca 15; Sumrier :ic. CONFERENCE STAXDIKO W. L. I aiaynard r, o j. Elkldei- 5 U 1.000 Poslvltle ,, 4 :i jr Weal Union ;l 5 .3- Waukon .. a 4 3- Fayette Holy Family Wins Dubuque Diocese Tournament S u m n e r . '. G A M E S FOR WEEK OF FEB. 5-9 ' ." · Feb. G--Maynard at Pgstvllle, Decorah at ./aukon. Feb. fl--Mo non a at Elkafler. Sumner at Fayette. "\Vaukon at \Vcst Unloti, * Butler County Loop Standings Dumont--Butler county basketball conference standings: ALLEN SUGGESTS GEN. MACARTHUR Proposes Collegiate Czar to Check Gambling Lawrence, K a n s . , Iff)--Phog Allen, who was yelling "fire, lire,' months ago w h e n others couldn't even see smoke in basketball betting, wants Gen. Douglas MacArthur to clean up the gambling evil in college as soon as he finishes cleaning up the Japs. The Kansas coach, for years a colleague of the late Dr. James A. Naismith, inventor of the game says he wouldn't even consider the post for himself. "I'm not after any job; I've got one," shot back the Proper when -ike to fill the sports ciar he he job of collegiate proposes. ·I feel highly honored if the college presidents would offer me the .job," Prog added, "but I wouldn't accept it in any way, shape or form. But I know what's wrong and I haven't been afraid to speak out against it when the NCAA wouldn't do it. "It will take a great organizer sr.d General MacArthur, who always has been a great sports fan, would be' the man to give collegiate sports the thorough renovating it needs. There are plenty more things he could look into such as college baseball coaches acting as scouts for big league teams, sub rosa payments to athletes, and other evils." Phoir predicted !as,t fall that an incident would occur such as the one which brought indictment Wednesday of 2 men in connection with the alleged bribing- 5 Brooklyn basketball players. At that time he said basketball games had been thrown in Madison Square garden and that if a czar wasn't-appointed to ferret out the p l a y e r s responsible, "things are going to break open In a scandal that wilt stink to high heaven." "A forceful personality such as MacArthur, could police the intercollegiate sports program 'which has gotten clear out of · hand," [ Allen argues. Pet. ,»75 .800 .673 .400 ,333 .000 Sticll Rock 7 Dumont H Greene . - . ,, , , , R Allison ... .., 5 New Hartford 4 Parker'sburr 4 Aplington ^ CUrksville -: . . . . - - . . 0 1 RESULTS Allisori 19; Shell Back 17. Greene 41; Aplincton ^': Patkctsbcrt -2; New Ilat.ford ·Duniout: 86; Clarksvlllc 23. ; Tripoli Tops Bremer Circuit- Readlyn -- Bremer county con- lerence standings: Tripoli Readlyn .. Denver ... Frederika . Janesvillo Flalnfleld . Results uenrer l'»; Plainfield 18. Tripoli Keadlyn Frederika JanesTille Headlyn Denver ,, Flainfleld Denver 34. !; Plainfield 13. GIRLS IV. 5 4 3 3 . 0 Pel. 1.1X10 .··83 .000 1.000 1.000 RESULTS TSeadlyn :H; Flalnfield 1,1. Denver 28; Plainlield ID. Nashua Wins Chickasaw Meet New Hampton -- Nashua defeated New Hampton here Wednesday night, 36-18, to win- the Chickasaw. County boys basketball tournament. Lawler defeated Fredericksburg 25-22 in an overtime to win consolation championship. The consolation game stole the spotlight with Lawler holding a 6-3 edge at the end of the 'first period, tying it 9-9 at halftime and the Irish again moving out in the 3rd period for a 19-16 lead with 7 seconds left to play in the regular game. Jimmy Kane, Lawler forward, had Z free throws, missed one and then took the ball on an out of bounds play. The Lawler team · passed twice ivHh Kane sinking the basket that tied up the game 22-22. In the overtime Jnnko sunk the winning basket for Lawler. New Hampton was off to a 7-2 lead but Nashua went into the lead 10-9 at half time then went far ahead, 25-13, when the final period opened. Hoon, "D. Demro and Chandler each plunked in 4 baskets for the winners. Grand Jury to Continue Investigation By CAM, LUNDQUIST New York, ' (U.PJ--The Kings county (Brooklyn) grand jury continued its investigation of gambling in connection with collegiate basketball Thursday amidst demands that the game be returned to college gymnasiums. In Washington, Rep. Donald L. O'Toole of Brooklyn, referring to the bribe money offered by professional gamblers and accepted by 5 Brooklyn college basketball players to throw a game against Akron university at Boston, said the incident "smells to high heaven." "But," O'Toole added, "they ought to put the game back in the college gymnasium, or, if they're going to play for professionals, pay the boys salaries. It's a temptation to kids when they see big crowds paying big prices for games staged by professional'pro- moters." Meanwhile the state legislature at Albany .acted to bring bribe giving to amateur athletes under the felony statutes. Those events, precipitated by the signed confessions of the 5 players that they had accepted money to throw the game against Akron university scheduled a I Boston Wednesday night, but later cancelled, rocked the college sports world with iis first major gambling disgrace. The grand jury Wednesday indicted 3 men, one as yet unnamed on charges of conspiracy- to cheal and defraud. Judge Samuel S Leibowitz ordered the jury ex- iended one month in order to complete ils inquiry and set Feb. i 13 for the trial of Harvey stem- mer and Henry Rosen, the 2 men named in the indictments. The 3rd man, known only as "Danny," has not yet been apprehended and the indictment was returned in the name of "John Doe," · Leibowilz, 1 formerly a famous criminal attorney, complimented the jury on its speedy action and indicated that he would allow more than a month's extension if ''Proved necessary. He asked that the jury "seek out any evidence of crime in connection with p a s games," . "Don't go after (he small fry,' he-told the members. "It's the big fellows we wantL" At Albany a bill was introduced in the state legislature which would amend the penal law to make amateur athletes liable to extreme penalties for accepting bnbes. It urged legislation imposing fines up to 510,000 and imprisonment from one to 5 years on any amateur who acceptec money or any article of value to throw a game. The bill also asks the imposition of similar penalties on any party (gambler) who seeks to bribe an amateur athlete. Legislation already, : has been enacted regarding professional athletes The Brooklyn players, Capt. Bob teder, Buddy Barnett, Larry Pearlstem, Stanley Simon and Jerry Green, have not been charged with any offense and wil be used as material witnesses a the trial. The 2 gamblers held in 525,000 bail. The fate of the 5 players maj be established Thursday so far a Brooklyn college is concerned Al ready barred from further par ticipation on the team, the athletes will hear from a faculty-studen athletic committee meeting re gnrding expulsion from school I was indicated that all would b expelled. The case was brought to ligh by accident. New York police hac been watching Hosen in regard t suspicions that he had been re cewing stolen property from teen age boys. When 2 of the player went to his apartment Mondaj afternoon to discuss plans fo Wednesday night's game the were, picked up bv police ani questioning revealed the bribe May Delay Naming of New Czar Chicago,.(U.R)--The major league baseball meeting in New York Friday and Saturday probably will not name a commissioner to succeed the late Kenesaw M. Landis nor create very much news, President William Harridge o£ the American league said Thursday. "I'll be very much surprised if we name a commissioner at the meeting," Harridge said as he boarded a New York-bound train with his 3-man staff. "Consideration of the new major league agreement' and discussion of details of the all-star game are the only mailers on (he agenda although the owners, by unani- The boys admitted that they al ready had received 51,000 of promised $3,000 to throw th game. Rosen also was indicted 01 the stolen merchandise charge. The players admitted that,the also had been approached to throv a game against St. Francis sched uled at Madison Square Garden Feb. 10. They said, however, tha they had decided against throwin that same and also the Akron game and were on their way to Rosen's home to return the mone when they were picked up fo i questioning. t Meanwhile police said the' would not relax their vigilanc' against gamblers at M a d i so n Square Garden and other sports arenas. Recent activities by th department, it was said, have re suited in the arrests of 39 person for gambling on Garden basket ball, hockey and boxing. mous vote, can brine up any othe business they want," he said, add ingr that one of the first things th American league owners will d is to vote into the league the 3 man syndicate which recentl purchased the New York Yankees. Leslie O'Connor, chairman o the temporary 3-man commissio now ruling baseball, also was o' the train. President Ford Frick o the National league and Harridg are the other commission mem bers. , .,, en ** i xi j.- ----diocese tournament bv defeating St Josenh's of T!»T)fl K,£ fera xs ^rjt'fegfefsa-.s Johawks, Sophs, Lake B's Move Into Semi-Finals of County Meet FRIDAY GAMES AT VENTURA Girls Scheduled for Semi-Finals Thursday By ROGER ROSENrJUIM Globe-Gazette Sports Editor TKe Mason City sophomores, St Joseph's jand the Clear Lake "B"' team advanced into the semi-final round along with Ventura here Wednesday'night-by turning faacfc respective opponents in the Cerro Gordo county basketball tournament pn .the Roosevelt floor. Plymouth, Thornton and Swale- dale were eliminated' from further competition,^, and joined Rock FaUsJ'Rbcitweir nd MesgrveyTSn the sidelines. No - team was pressed.to win Wednesday night; and the stage v w?s set for Friday's semi-final'-rpiujd. at the Ventura hieh school gymnasium. The Johawks '. advanced to the semi-finals by winning over Swaledale. 44-27; while the Mason 2ity sophs disposed of Plymouth, 39-15, and the Clear Lake "B" team walloped Thornton, 34-15. Thursday night the girls were to bask in the spotlight, with ;emi-final round games on tap, The opener was carded for 7:30, with Rockwell taking on Plymouth, while Swaiedale's undefeated sextet was scheduled in go up against Ventura at 8:40. The 2 winners will clash in the finals on the Roosevelt, floor Saturday night at 7:30. Friday's boys semi-finals had to he moTed to Ventura to mak*e room for the Mason City-Charles City cage clash on the Roosevelt floor. At Ventura Friday the Jo- hawks tangle w i t h ' t h e Vikings, undefeated in 17 starts this season. That game will get under way at 7:30. follou-cd at 8:40 by the Mason City sophomore-Clear Lake "B" team encounter. The winners meet for the diadem Saturday night on the Roosevelt floor at 8:45. Ventura a n d the Mason City sophomores are favored to come through in their semi-final tests, although neither club is expected to .have easy sailing. If they do Play in the finals, it will be a repeat match, for earlier in the campaign the Vikings handed the sophs their only beating of the season, by 4 points. In the girls division. Swaledale, last year's county titlist which werit. to the finals of the state tournament at Des Moines, rated the nod over Ventura, ivhile Rock- \yell'was given the edge over Plymouth; Wednesday nirftt's boys games were more or less cut and dried affairs. The Clear, lake club started slowly, but Put on the pressure in the last 2 quarters to pull sharply ahead of the Thornton 5. At the end of the initial period the Lakers led at 7-4. That margin was widened 1 point in the 2nd stanza till the count stood at 11-7 at the intermission. Finding the range in the 3rd quarter, the Clear Lake outfit built up a 23-10 lead, and coasted in from there. Ashland scored 15 points for the Lakers before retiring in the final period on personal fouls. Berlelsen and KM teamed up for 6 points each for Thornton. The sophomores had little trouble with Plymouth, Coach Volncy Hansen's outfit went ahead at 10-3 in the first quarter and, were in command of a 14-8 halftime lead. Holding- the Plymouth clob to s single charity toss In the third period, the sophs hit consistently to pnl! in front by 28-7. The sophomore scoring was fairly evenly divided with Myron Lewis, big center, netting 9 points, followed at 7 by Joe Torres. K. Har- * *Box Scores ST. JOSEPH'S (11) Casey, t Coyle, t Faltee. c .-.. Colwell, f . . . . . . /.illek. i PoshuUa. f Mullaney, f . . . " " r c l a , I . *OE. f T. Patlre. c Slcyltj, f Helix, f Totals .......... SIVALJEDALE (ST) Fahus, f .......... Hahn. f jaspers, e ; ........ Jindricfa. f ....... Moronty. t \ ....... .ircLauchltn. f .... Joues, f . ......... ST. JOSEPH'S 8WALEDALE J Ventura Host i'to Sectional i;Next-Week. Ventura--Ventura will play host to a girls sectional tournament next week, with 10 clubs _ _ _ _ from, this area competing for. the i! 6 13 44 tltle - The Swaledale sextet, un- FG FT a i 3 2 G 1 I I 4 U MAROONS BEAT BELLEVUE, 5045 Joe McCauley Scores 23 Points for Winners By HERB FRECH Dubuque -- The Holy Family basketball team of Mason City won the final game in the diocese tournament here Wednesday night, defeating St. Joseph's of Bellevue, 50 to 45. »,' Bellevue led at the first quarter, 14 to 12, but Holy Family forged ahead in the next period and was not in any serious danger thereafter, although there were times when it looked like Bellevue rniehl tie the count. Joe McCauley, Maroon center, was high scoring star of the Holy Family team, making 10 field goals and 3 free throws for a total of 23 points. Vega, Holy Fam- ' ily forward, made 8 field goals for 16 points. On the Bellevue side, Callaglian, guard, was high point man with 5 field goals and 3 free tosses for a total of 13 points. G. Ernest, guard of the Bellevue team, was right behind him w i t h . 4 field goals and a free throw for 9 points. : The entire Holy Family quint was exceptionally strong on the defense which was a big factor in th«r brilliant victory.-G. Ern- esl, Bellevue guard, excelled on the defense for his team. Bellevue was generally expected to be the strongest team in the tournament, having been victorious for the past 3 years. The Dubuque diocese includes the northeast quarter of the,state ot Iowa. There were 13 schools in the tournament. A large crowd saw the final same which was played in the Lorns college fieldhouse. re IP 3 1 4 11 3 M. C. SOPHS (39) · 5 · FC FT PF TP Torres, t ; ;{ 2 - Morllrner, 'f o ' n £ Q !««·«, c . 4 1 0 -a Chlmbldis. , 1 1 2 :i Johnson, f 1....;'..'..;., 1 o 2 ·! f f o n e r , r 1 0 J :» Jewell, c . U 0 0 o Van Note, I i o ·' ·' .IfcSfichaef, f ;'... j 0 T 2 Stamps.. c . . . . . . . . . . . . . I D S ' * Zaeharizs, K ^ 2 1 :t 5 Cookmin, g 0 1 1 I Toli '» ir, 9 . in aji PLYMOUTH (IS) K. Ilarmau, f Cast, f . . ' R. llarman, o . . . , . , Nplson, g . . , , . . . . . , . MeCready, t Davis, f Totals . . : . . . . FT 1 I delealcd up to now, will be yored to come through for the ,! title, although some stiff tests will .4 be provided. ° j Other clubs R lvcn a chance tp edge S\val«dale out of the title will be the host team, which has lost only to Swaledale, and Grafton, loser of a single game and Worth county champion. /Teams .''entereoVin the tournament, aside from the above 3 are Fertile, Plymouth. . Hanlontown. Kensett, Manly, St. Joseph's and Rock Falls. Three games «ill be played Wednesday night, with Swaledale meeting Fertile at 7 o'clock Plymouth taking on Hanlontown at 8:15 and Kensett facing Manly at 9:30. . Thursday night the winners ot - -,-, ln e Swaledale-Ferlile · and Ply[ moutn -Hanlonto\vn games meet at · V 5 ? o'clock. Grafton battles the Joz Belles at 8:15, with Rock Falls and i 3 1 Ventura tangling at 9:30. The ? 5! semi-final games will be played J ,,! Friday night at 7:30 and 8:45.'with i g · the finals on Saturday at 8 o'clock. The boxscore: * HOLl" FAMILY (00) . Jones, f . V««a. » '.'..'.]. McCauley, o Burnett, r . .. . ... Melalonl, f Totals BELLEVUE (IS) Rollnr. f T. MIekels, 1 Tcr Mlcktls. f Gerald Ernest, c Callarhan. -t ......... G. Erneit,.f ..;._ HOLY FAMILY M. C. SOPHOMORES., in t PLYMOUTH . . . U S II--311 G--lu CLEAR LAKE n (31) nieoer, / Ott. f Enabnil, c .".'.' ;' Thompson, g Ashland, g Swanson, f .., Crane, f Sorenson, e Falterron, e ·Jacobson, r .... Mrnr, g . . . . Ilnll, g Totali THORNTOX 10) Andersen, t Ffi FT 2 0 0 1 F, 3 0 (l» 9 I n . 0 1 i o n FO FT PF TP SPORTS ROUNDUP By HUGH FULLERTON New York, (IP)--No sooner had jMaurie Waxman, Bobby Ruftin's personal drum beater, heard that Commissioner Eddie Eagan was looking for a better way to score fighls than he let out a blast that Ruffin wouldn't fight Johnny Greco Friday unless there was a Ytjen, f PiM. t Chrisletisen, f . Orviclt. f Jlonley. t . ... Dornkamp, r . Floy, f Tolal, CLEAR L A K E THORNTON 0 ... 'i ... I) ... 0 new scoring system. That FG FT 1 0 re FT i; 4 :i o TF TP 0 a :i 16 4 SI - 1 3 it PF TP 4 ie n IS H - . 3 1 0 Ii 1 6 Hayfield Clubs Win 3 Games Hayfield -- Hayfield basketball teams won 3 games here Wednesday night. The high school defeated Woden, 33-32. It was a close game throughout, with Hayfield leading at the half, 17-15. Horecka and Formanek scored 11 points each for the winners, while Filzpatrick had 12 for Woden. The Hayfield second team 'beat the Woden yearlings, 19-9. and the Hayficlrl independent club, 43-23. threat didn't even get a laugh, but t i it served to point out the possibil- , B ; ity of using the bout as a test case. - . . How about taking the best supfrestions m a de Wednesday and having one qualified judge use each method just to compare them with the official vote? . . . In New Orleans they let the fans have their choice and as a result the referee will name Ihe winners alone. . . . Today's Guest Star . . . Lynn C. Doyle, Philadelphia Evening Bulletin: "When a manager brags he'll ?et his team into the first division, be sure to ask him whether he means major league or army." One-Minute Sports Page . . . Bob Leder, one of the boys involved in the Brooklyn college basketball mess, also is a member of the athletic committee which will decide what to do about them. . . . Old Bill Tilden will be a headlincr again at the Grossinger canteen-by-mail tennis show next month and will celebrate his 52nd starling in on Swaledale. Even from the time Jerry Coyle dumped in a goal with the game less than 5 seconds old to the end of halftime, the Blue and White poured it on. At the end of the first quarter the Johawks led, 19-4, and increased that fo 30-7 at the halfway mark. The Blue and White slowed down In the third quarter, and Swaledale ontscored the victors, 11-5. It was too late then, however, for St. Joe held a 35-18 margin when the third stanza ended. Frank Paltee and Coyle teamed up for 25 points, while Pattee net- Bob , , ,,, tin S 13 and Coyle 12. Big ,,,,,, ,»«·«». n markers for Plymouth. Gaspers dumped in 14 points to both feet wks wasted no time in 'pace the Swaledale offense. i in each a COLLEGE BASKETBALL EAST Brown 5IJ; Harvard :ia. t/rslnus 52: Snarlhmnre 42. American 4'I; Loyola (Baltimore) 33 N'avy fit); .Penn Stale 27. Muhlenberc 33; Bttcknell 33. Ifaverford *fi; Delaware 33. Princeton 37: Butters M. Jnnlala 61; SI. Francis 37. Army 73; We.st Virginia 47. Pennsylvania ?5; Fbiladelpliia Naval, Hoi- pilal ~i5. Lafayette 14: nrew a(!. Vlllanom 10; RW«r 36. Canlslus 413; Rochester 33. Uoly Cross 61; Worcester Tech 4J. SOUTH Woreiead Stale TMshers J!; Eastern Kentucky Slate 41. Norfolk Jfarjl Training Station GS; Tcm- .V. Car. *·»·]·· PrMllfhl 05; Fdtnlon s Car.) Marines 41. Murrar Slate ,11; Marshall 33. WoHord S3; nuldson 40 Elfin Field t3; Brookley Field 30. Florida 39; Camp - Blanding 3G. Thayer Gen. Kospllal 41; Vanderbllt M MIDWEST St. Louts Coin Guard 46; Jefterjon Barracks 31. Fort Bller 58; Winter Gtn. UoiplUl 3J. Washbnrn M; PlUsburgh 30. Augustana 3G; Soalb Dakota State 3t. Western Union IS; Buena Vista 1C. Marqnette S3; Lawrence 47. Boiler 13; Camp Atterbsry .17 Midland 48; Wayne (Nebr.) 33. Hastings 33; Nebraska We.ileran 30. Central Normal and.) 44; Ball Slate 41 Scott Field 73; SI. tool, Naval Del. ss. St. Thotnn (St. Paul) 4B; River Falls Maryvllle 4j; Bockhurl 3-.'. SOUTHWEST TnUa 45: Glennan HospUal 44. Phillipi CS Oilers 37; Frederick Army A i r FielS 43. Klcc XI; Texas 48. WEST Oregon Stile 45: Wishinglnn Stale «· (- orerllme periods), irmiams Field 55; Vktorvllle Army Air Field -40. scond A it force Snptrb birthday Feb. the event. . 10, a week before Two Utah high school basketball sharpshooters recently accounted for 76 points on one night. Bob Gordon shot 39 for Carbon high and Nel Nichols 37 for Box Elder--but not in ths same game. Tug Wilson says the Big Ten hasn't had a single application for the 515,000 missioner's job. Here's one. Vote of Confidence Lou s 53; Fncblo Klnnty Shoes 2 BOWLING If. AND II. BOWI.rSG Games Jan. 31 fen*i Leajne Won Isl 2nd 3rd H.C. Tol. I wa 6M ;o iro 2»:« 803 HI HI KU C. Spencer 215. 5r. Women'* League Won Ht 2nd 3rd H.C. Tol. Maid Rile 0 ,V18 rii MO J5;i D. Crawford 148, Mg; J. Chrlslenson 33». Brissie, former South Carolina college pitcher and athletics farmhand, was seriously wounded in Italy, Dec. 7. ... Brissie wrote to Scoop Latimer, the Greenville, S. Car., scribe that he had been struck in 20 places by shell fragments. His left leg was broken: it were broken: he was hit arm and shoulder . . . Still Lou was able to add these words: "I'll play ball again, but it will be quite a while. I want to play ball. It God lets me. I'll play it too. That's my ambition." ' (ARTHRITIS) RHEUMATISM Dr. R. W. Shnltz, D. 0. 218-219-220 First National Bank 'Eld.!.

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