Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 26, 1934 · Page 1
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ALGONAW jfl***-*-—" BYWESLEYANS RUN OVER 34-23 Accuracy and Speed Win for North End Quint. , Ledyard won the class B division of the county basketball tournament Saturday night in a burst of fast passing and accurate shooting that would not be denied. Wesley had difficulty in making shots for the hasket count, and was hurried in attempts by the tedyard guards. The score of 34-23 does not indicate the closeness of the STAND Free^ Movies Wednesday * 1 11 N ^ tmmmmmm ** mm __..._^.- r———.——.^ " ~ ^^^ • ,„„ first period was almost ; even, with .Ledyard having a two- Uoint edge 10-8. Ledyard made 17 t Siots at the basket, of which five i were counters, and Wesley made i 16 shots, counting four of them. Second Quarter Decisive. Ledyard had a big advantage in the second period, picking up 12 points and holding Wesley to a solitary field goal. (Ledyard made six I baskets out of 20 shots, and Wes- j ley, unable to corral the ball, made i but one out of 10 'attempts. i In the final half (Ledyard and i Wesley fought on almost even ground, the Wesley aggregation [ making 13 points and Ledyard ad- I ding 12, to make the final score 34-23. Wesley took 34 shots at the basket, making five field gdals, and I adding three points with free j throws. Ledyard had only 19 tosses at the basket, but made five of them good, and added two more j .points with free throws. •lYesleyans Thrice Winners. Wesley defeated !Lu Verne, Ban- I croft and Lone Rock to reach, the finals. In the opening game of the tournament Thursday evening Wesley won from Lu Verne 28-19. The I store at the half was 13-10 in favor of Lu Verne, but in the last half Wesley scored 18 points, holding [ Lu Verne to a total of six.- In the second game Thursday I evening Bancroft won from Lakota | in a spirited game 31-26. The score [ was 14-all at the half. In the third i period Bancroft amassed a four- point .lead 24-30. In the final period Lakota fouls gave Bancroft three of their seven .points, while Lakota made but six to make tie I final score 31-26. In Thursday night's final game ILpne Rock had tittle difficulty in disposing of Whittemore 28-12. The score at the half was 17-7 in favor j of Lone Rook. ledyara Defeats Seneca. The first game Friday was between iFenton and Titonka, both of whom ihad drawn byes. Fenton swept around the Titonka squad to take an easy game, 34-8. The score at the half was 12-2 in favor of Penton. Ledyard played its first game Friday evening with Seneca, taking the game easily 29-21, using a sec- jond team in the second and third ods. The score at the half was in favor of Ledyard. Seneca ™7 * ?P lr ited game in the second period and gave the (Ledyard i TPnm n ***tn -P n ~ i* — « in ipr us money, Seneca > points to Ledyard's 9 in • naif. Wesley Wins Twice More, 'THESE THIRTY YEARS' TO BE GIFT BY KENT Four Shows to Be Given Afternoon and Evening. "These Thirty Years," a new alking picture produced by the 'ord (Motor company, is to foe >hown at the Call theater Wednesday afternoon and evening. Complimentary tickets are being dis- iributed by Kent Motor Co., under whose auspices the local showings are being held. The story of "These Thirty Years" begins 30 years ago in the ;own of Brookfield. Dave Haines and his aged mother see their farm and everything they own put on he auction .block to satisfy a jreedy mortgage holder. During toe auction, however, Dave becomes nspired by a "ihorseless carriage seen tearing down a rutted coun- ry road at the neck-breakin' speed of 20 miles per hour." He sees a great future in automobiles and wants Jed Travers, local livery stable owner, to go into (business with him. Jed withholds his de- lision until 'Dave proves what his 'carriage" can do in a cross-coun- .ry race with a ihorse. It's a Real Story. Success favors Dave. He wins ;he race—also the hand of Mary Larcombe. They have a son, Bob, vho becomes a problem in later ife for he favors playing to work- ng, and spends his dad's money gambling on the stock market. The "crash" of 1929 catches Bob. He loses everything—including his girl, Ann Bailey, who has been disgusted with, him for some time. Jed, the partner of Dave, sticks by 3ob, saves his life on one occasion, md finally inspires him to become ihe man Ibis dad, and Ann, would ike him to be. Cast Includes Artists. The .players featured in "These Thirty Years!" include David Morris, who played in "Come Easy,' 'Young Sinners," '^Cradle Snatch. ers," and "In the iBest of Fam ilies"; K. Elmo Lowe, who played the lead in "There's Always Jul let," and other well known plays, Donald McDonald, who played the leads in ".Left Bank" and "Here Today," and took part in "Forsak- dn All Others" featuring Tallulah Bankhead; Frederick Forrester who played the father in "Anima 1 Kingdom." Alice Joihn, who playi the part of "Mom" Haines ii "These Thirty Years" has playec for the Theater Guild, Arthur Hop kins, and Charles Frohman. iinal game Friday evening 1 4S . £, esle y swamping Bancrot I »«-6. The score at the half was I ±f .Bancroft had little ohance wun snort .players against the su Height of the Wesley ag ^.jmdjhe latter made (Continued on page 3.) SECOND TEAM Erdman _ Wes i ey 1 Warner Ledyard Kramer _. Fenton Moulton Ledyard - Leeper Lone Rock THIRD TEAM 1 Miller _ _ ___ LU Verne Cayler __ Bancroft Ley Lakota McCall Wesley Brandt Ledyard Honorable mention—McGuire, Bancroft; Peterson, .akota; Priebe, Lone Rock; Godden, Seneca; Weisbrod, Fenton; Mallory, Whittemore; Kramer (center), Fenton; Farrell, Lu Verne; Taylor, Whittemore; Marlow, Lone 3,ock; Balgeman, Whittemore; Kramer (forward), Fenton; Hauptman, Wesley. All-Kossuth Tourney Teams Class B Teams FIRST TEAM Thompson Gross I"I~_Lone Krause "•"•"•••••• — •- — •«• — —. — P.._.__„ Kunz v Lloyd , Ledyard Wesley Wesley Ledyard TWO ARE CHARGED IN ROBINSON CASE Nels Davis and Pearl Reynolds were bound to tfoe grand Jury this afternoon under $5,000 bonds on charges of terrorizing the C. C. iRobinsons three weeks ago. Mrs. iRobinson made a positive identification of these two in a hearing (before Justice H. B. White this afternoon. Neither could furnish bond. W. W. Martin, .held on liquor charges during an investigation, was released. The charge is robbery with aggravation. BONAR TALKS ON RUSS-JAP WARJUTLOOK Tells Kiwanians the Jap Cities Might Be Bombed. J. L. Bonar gave a short talk before the Kiwanis club last Thursday on the situation between Japan and Russia which! many diplomats believe is leading to war. Japan's conquest of Manchuria and the setting up of a puppet empire under Japanese control is a direct threat to Soviet Siberia. Russia is not disposed to let the Japanese slice off. a part of Siberia which lies just north of Manchuria, and is some of the most fertile land of the world. Russia, too, is alarmed by the proximity of Japanese troops to the trans-.siberian railroad, Moscow's only connection with Port Arthur and other Siberian points, Russians Could Bomb Japs. Consequently every move by Japan is watched by Russia, and the Japanese, driven to the necessity of finding new land for surplus population, is looking with covetous eyes at southern Siberia. Japan is well armed, but the Soviets have one of the best trained, largest, and most patriotic armies > in (Europe. Russia has been feverishly building great bombing planes. .Strategy, if war breaks, will be for Japan to strike at the railroad and cut the Pacific coast of£ from the rest of Russia. The Soviets, it is believed, would immediately launch a plane attack on Japanese cities, Tokio being only six hours from Port Arthur. Incendiary bombs could reduce that city to ashes, for its bamboo outer quar- Class B Tournament Scores. FIRST [ROUND Wesley 88, Lu Verne 19. Bancroft 31, Lakota 26. SBOON'D ROUND Wesley 48, Bancroft 6. Lone iRock 28, Whittemore 12. Fenton 34, Titonka 8. Ledyard 29, iSeneca 21. SEMIFINALS Wesley 38, Lone (Rock 22. Ledyard 38, Fenton 16. FINAL iLedyard 34, Wesley 23. NAL LEDYARD GOES DOWN BEFORE LOCALS 24-23 FLASH! Algona wins 24-23 in a fast final period. 1st Quarter Algona scored first taking the score to 4-0 before Ledyard scored, Ledyard then ;ook it to 7-4. Two long shote >y Algona and a foul made it 9-8, in favor of Algona. 2nd Quarter Ledyard scored two bas- tets and a free throw in the second period before Algona counted. Algona scored twice but Ledyard made another ?oal and added a free throw ;o make the score at the half 15-13, fa-jfor of Ledyard. 3rd Quarter Algona tied the score at 17 all in the first three minutes of the second half. Ledyard made a free throw to make it 18-17 favor of Ledyard. A goal and free throw put Algona ahead 20-18. In the closing minutes of the third quarter Cretzmeyer was put out on personal fouls. ALGONA TAKES 'A' TITLE FROM SWEUITYANS Long Lead at Half is Too Great for Visitors. ters and inflammable buildings in narrow streets would carry fire rapidly. Russia Preparing Rapidly. Meanwhile Russia is rapidly pushing completion of a double track on the railway. This will permit rapid movement of troops from •Russia, and with superiority in numbers would probably spell the doom of Japan. Following his talk, Mr. Bonar called on Adrian Burmeister, wha gave a talk on his work as manual training instructor in high school. Manual training, he said, is now only one branch of the industrial arts, and woodworking and mechanical drawing are the branches taught here. W. G. McCullough was introduced as a new member of the club. » Ford Auto Show Next Wednesday The Kent Motor Co. is holding a Ford automobile show in connection wibh the showing of "These Thirty Years" Wednesday afternoon and evening. At least seven models of the 1934 V-8 Ford, including trucks, will be on display at the garage on east State street. Free tickets for the show at the Gall theater will tie given at the garage all day. The showing gives an opportunity to prospective car purchasers to inspect the new models at close range. Algona's ibasketball team took revenge on the Swea City quintet in the Class A division of the county basketball tournament Saturday night, winning 27-23 in a thriller, and getting even for a 'previous defeat by the North Kossuth team. Algona amassed a 7-point lead in the first quarter 10-3. Algona had 13 sihots at the 'baskets, four of them good, and added two points from two chances at free throws. 'Swea City ,made one basket out of three tosses, and made a free throw out of six chances. Algona piled up a ten-point lead in the second period to make the score at the ihalf 17-7. Algona made two field goals in nine attempts, and added three points from six free throws. Swea City made two baskets out of 11 tries, and missed one chance at a free throw. Swea Cityans in Rally; Swea City gave Algona fans a nervous 16 minutes in the second half, with the North Kossuth, town scoring 16 points to Algona's 10, but the Algona lead was too much for the Swea team to break down. In the third period Swea City took no •chances with, long shots, making four goals out of seven chances, and adding two .points through five free attempts. Algona made three field goals out of eight shots at the ihoop. Desperate Attack Fails. In the final period the desperate (Continued on page 3.)

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