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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 6, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO BASKETBALL GAMES SLATED FOR FRIDAY NIGHT HIGH SCHOOL AND ALGONATOPLAY J C WARTBURG Game to Be Halted at for Ceremony of Boy Scouts Another doubleheader basketball game Is on the schedule for the local Friday night when the Mason City high school meets Algcma and the local junior college plays Wart burg Normal college of Waverly on tho local floor After taking a defeat at the hands of the fast Charles City team Tuesday night Coach Judge Grlmsleya high school basketball team will attempt to annex its twelfth victory of the season to offset two defeats Coach Volney Hansons junior coV legs five made up chiefly of Inexperl players haa not fared so well this season In addition to being handi becauseof Inexperienced play era the local team has bucked up against the strongest fives in the Junior college conference And has even gone above this class to compete with such teams as Wal dorf and Wartburg Mason City junior college was downedby Wartburg in a game earli er this season at Waverly but with the advantage of playing on its home floor the local team may be able to turn thetables Friday night First Game at 7 p in Ths game here Friday night will be the local high schools first and only encounterwith Algona this sea son On the basis oe the records of the two teams todate the game should be a fast one with neither team holding any appreciable advantage White Ma son City has gained victories over teams In this section Algona haa been running up a handsome list of wins over fast teams In its locality The Junior college game will bo played beginning at 7 oclock and the high school tilt will follow about S oclock Short snappy workouts are on the training program of two local teams between now and the day oC the doubleheader Coach Hanson will de vote considerable effort to improving the newly adopted line of offense and defense while Coach Grlmsley will center hig attention on general drills with a view to overcome the weak nesses displayed by his team In the Charles City Bams To Honor Scout i Promptly at the high school basketball game will come to a halt at the sound of the timekeepers whlatlo which will heard Bimultaneously with the shriaklnir Otavery whistle in the city announcing the hour for tho Boy Scout birthday ceremony when all soouls present at the game will stand at attention and pledge them selves anew to tlie scout oath and law This same ceremony at the same hour bo earthed out by Boy Scouts over the entire country The various schools of city are cooperating with the North Iowa I n f L M T J council BoyScouts of America In arI UeiCatS IHOIiroe lUCSQay tO Charles City Defeats Locals 33 to 23 in Hard Fought Game ANOTHER GOLF HAZARD FOUND MMl a CAOur I n VI dousn cit By O B KEEEU Xot far out of Paris there is a pret ty golf course known as St Germain and not long ago when tho IVhito tiouse newspaper correspondent and some others were camping on tho trail of Mr Coolidge or at least as near to the trail as The Cloister at Sea Is and Beach is to Sapelo Island Wil bur Forrest told a story of St Jer maln at once curious and ornithologi cal Mr Forrest for a good nmny years was European correspondent for The New Tork and when stationed in Paris he playtcl golc frequently at St Germain It seems that the number of golf balls lost on that course was out of reasonable proportion especially on a section bordered hy a little pine forest There was no particular unitr growth tho rough was not very rough ani yet the baUs cllsai peared It was acaddy who solved tliemy stexy said Mr thereby re lieving himself and Ills compatriots from a certain burden of suspicion The crows had been stealing the stray golf balls and somo which werent strays Tho caddy had seen a crow swoop down on a golf ball not even waiting for it to become a lost ball as it wus still rolling ana fly awny with It He watched its flight and located the nest to which the ball was taken Invesit jating ho found fifteen balls in the a fetnule crow sitting OT them in the obvious but misplaced lope ot becoming a mother Some of the balls had been sat on with such fortitude and persistence that the enamel was worn oCE of them Mr Forrest shook his head sadly The spirit ot the age he moral ized Even tho crows trying to es capo tlie obligations t cgelaying when them rolling about they could find loose ROOSEVELT IN TOURNEYLEAD ranging appropriate programs for the scout anniversary week which begins Friday ana runs thru to Fob 14 ESTHlilLLE GAGERSLEAD Sheldon Now in Second Place in Junior College Conference FORT DODGE Feb a result ot last weeks games Esthervlllo jun ior college went Into first place in tiic HawkeyeJunior College conference Fort Dodge downed the loop lejidinK Sheldon team by a 4025 score and Ksthervlilo remained undefeated by trouncing the Mason City Trojans Fort Dodgo plays Esthervillo Satur day night in a game that will have nn important conference bearing If the EsthervUla team can down the Dodg ers It should have the conference title striking distance as Esthervllle and Sheldon the two loop leaders are not scheduled to meet this year Eagle Grove defeated Webster City to pull itself up to a GOSO position and Boonedid not play a conference game last week The standings are Won Lost Points i CANZONERI AND SANGOR CARDED Maintain Clean Slate to Date In the eighth game ot the junior high school basketball tournament be ing played over a period of several weeks In the city schools Roosevelt defeated lilonroe 13 to 10 Tuesday afternoon on tho Monroe floor to take first place in the tourney standing Roosevelt led at halt time by a 8 to 4 score Waller and Captain Moritz were tho chiet scorers Tor the winning team garnering three and two field goals iespectlvQly while Zajuler Captnin Hynds and Smith did all tho scoring for Monroe Zander getting two field foals ami two free throws anil Otptain Hynds mid Smith making one field goal each Tho box score KOOSEVELT 131 FK IT IF Morilz Capt f 2 0 2 Waller f r 0 2 Evnrts c 1 i rt Burns g 0 n li Culver R 0 1 2 MONROE 10 To Battle Before 12000 Fans in Chicago Coliseum Wednesday 3FTE WEDNESDAY FEB 6 1929 Brown Turns Ankle Dorey Bout Is Off Anotfier Match to Be Slated for Friday Night Show Jackie Brown Des Moines weight boxer who was billed to Glenn Doreylocal knockout puncher in a sixround preliminary ot tho American Legion drum corps boding show Friday night at the armory turned Itis ankle in training Tuesday afternoon and has been forced to can cel his engagement here To add to difficulty at arranging this preliminary bout Dorey now has accepted a night job which will make It impossible for htm to appear in a match Matchmaker Pinkie George Is now In touch with two fast boxers from out ot the city whom he hopes to card for tiiis preliminary bout While he has had no definite answer from cither he expects to have at least one ot them signed Thursday tho day be fore the boxing show Forfeits have been received by tho local matchmaker from Jimmy Ihrig of Des Molnes Kiel Spavgos opponent in the first oE two tenround main events Flash Random ot Des Molnes and Bobby ODowd of dar Rapids who will mix in the fea ture bout of the double main event Tills assures local boxing fans ot real action says Matchmaker George wlo introduced the forfeit policy here to protect fans Due to the Increased interest in local boxing shows on the part of women the drum corps matchmaker haa de vised a new seating arrangement giv ingthe women an opportunity for a reserved ringside seat at onefourth the regular price provided the ticket purchased together with a regular price admission A chart of the armory seating ar rangement will enable fans to select choice reserved seats Alex Fidler who ably handled the laat boxing aYvow here aa thethird man In the ring will again officiate SHARKEY IN THE PINK Looking confident ana in tile pink Jaclc SharUey Bostons heavy weight title hope 1ms gone to Miami Beacli Fla where he is boolied o clasli with William Young Stribling championship liopo of the south Photo shows Mr anil Mrs Sharkey as tiiey boarded their train at Boston Sunday Ball Controversy in New Role Now Causing Delay in National League Schedule NEW TORK Feb 6 con troversy overSunday baseball in Bos ton has delayed adoption of the Na tional leagues schedule for 1929 The schedule Sunday games in the hub was turned over to President John M Heydler by the leagues club owners in annual sched ule session yesterday He will declare it adopted as drawn up if tho Boston Braves finally are permitted to play on Sunday or revise it if such Is not thecase The National league season will open Tuesday April 16five days later than last year and close Sunday Oct 6 a week later than a year ago Open ing games will find the lineup as fol lows New York at Philadelphia Brooklyn at Boston St Louis at Cin cinnati and Pittsburgh at Chicago President Jleydler announced an um pire etaft of fourteen two ot these Robert D Bmsiie and Henry Hank ODay to serve in an advisory capac ity Among the active umpires only George L Magerkuth coast league ar biter last season is new The Na tional league paid J2000 a new high price for Magerkuths contract Barney Droyfuss president of the Pittsburgh club was elected to fill tho SHARKEY WORKS OUT IN RING STRIBLING GETS WORK ON ROAD MIAMI BEACH Fla Feb 6 Jock Sharkey today was prepared for a strenuous session with his sparring partners while Young Stribling tho Boston sailors adversary In the pro jected battle of Flamingo park here Feb 6 straight I Feb 27 cast about for some way to a hooker will battle for the feel of the breeze in his face Strib will not get the feel oe the breeze1 by peering over the cockpit of his airplane tor he was grounded Monday by Promoter Jack Dcmpseys injunction CHICAGO puncher and the right to challenge tor Tod Mor cans junior lightweight title tonight when Tony and Joey San gor meet in a 10round bout at the coliseum Canzoneri Is a left hook ar tist while Sangor punches straight with both hands Klevcn thousand persons the larg TWO AMERICANS ONE JAPANESE IN CUE TOURNEY TIE Cochran Schaeier and Mat suyama Playing Close Games NEW YORK Feb 6 first complete turn oC the wheel In the round robin tournament for the worlds IS2 balkline billiard champion ship today found two Americans and a Japanese tied for the lead Taking European opponents over the hurdles with some difficulty in yesterdays matches Welker Cochran of Hollywood atnl Young Jake Schaefer of Chicago forced their way into a triple deadlock with Kinroy Matsuyama for tho pacesetting post tlon Kach has won one match and lost none three European stara Edouard Horemans ot Belgium the defending champion Felix Grange of France and Eric Hagenlacher of Germany newlycreated president office of league vice LOUGHRAN WINS OVER EMANUEL Gets Referees Decision in Spite of Protests of Fans LOS ANGELES Feb t Tommy Loushran light heavyweight champion and aspirant to tho heavy weight title scored his second victors over Armand IZmtmucl last night and whatever hopes the fighting law stu dent may haveheld to occupy the throne vacated by Gene Tunney again faded ISmannel however looked good in defeat and as upon the occasion of their first battle in York several months ago tho decision was given to the champion over the protest of many of the fans Those at the ring side however were unanimous In backing up the verdict of lieferee Abe Down In the cellar are the Ross Upset In the seventh by a hard left hook on the point of the jaw and on the short end in the eighth Loughran staged a furious finish in the remain1 LaPorte City in Eleventh Victory LAPOHTB C1TT Feb Us eleventh victory out ot 12 starts the LaPorte City high school downed Jesup here Tuesday night 35 to 18 At half time the score was 25 to 6 in LaPorte Citys favor and in the second halt the LaPorte City seconds were given a TVorkooit against tlio visltoro LaPorte City will play the fast Waveryy high school team here Fri day night one ot its strongest oppon ents on the seasons schedule WINNERS OFF TO EARLY LEAD AND HIT RAPID PAGE Best Exhibition of Cage Sport Seen There Say Charles Cityans Taking an early lead and continu ing at a fast pace thruout all periods the Charles City high school basket ball team downed the Mason City five Tuesday night at Charles City S3 to 23 in what Charles City fans regarded as the best exhibition of the cage sport witnessed there this sea son This was the second win fov Charles over the local team in this seasons schedule and these de feats are the only suffered to date by Coach Judge Grimsleys Mason City five Fast passing attacks enabled Charles City to get within shooting distance of the goal and the bulls of Hauser and E Halm did the rest IIauser led his team in a twoman scoring rampage netting seven field goals and was followed closely by H Halm his teammate who scored six field goals and one frco throw Nance Local Star Nance who went In for Bryant at center In the second quarter set the1 pace for the locals with four field goals and one free throw Nance it new addition to the Mason City team coming here from Belle Plaine has nade a commendable showing and making a strong bid for a regular berth on the first team Captain Thurtlo Mason Citys stel lar forward was guarded closely was able to sink but tivo field goal md an equal number oC free throws Laue his running mate who usuaUy contributes generously to the locals total score also was guarded closely managing to garner only threeficlil goals Kohl local second team star went in for JBillman at guard in the second quarter and played a good game 3n this quarter Mason City made It about an even break with Charles Citvj score being 17 to 9 at the end period The locals came back f and will appear In his ringr again to ost crowd ever to be attracted to an morrow Friday he will go to Tampa Indoor fight in Chicago have pur with Tack Dcmpsey to witness a box ng mutch Sharkey probably will ref eree one ot the matches AVhile Stribling held to his nightly program of two and onehalf miles road work liis fathermanager con ferred with Johnny Buckloy Shar keys pilot over a referee No selec 4 0 Sheldon 4 1 Fort Dodge 5 3 Ragle Grove C i Boone 2 2 Mason City 1 S Webater City0 7 1000 I 800 B2f 500 COO 250 000 Osage in Triumph Over Cresco Five OSAGE Feb high school triumphed over Crcsco here Tuesday night 27 to 10 At tho end of the first half Osage led by a 20 to 3 score A tight defense and clever passing enab led the Osaje five to win hy a big mar gin Guthtao and Sawyer were high point scorers for Osago with ten and nine respectively while Hanus led tlie Cresco team with five Lussen Cresco and Penney Osage were forced out of the game on personal fouls KENSISTT 1CENSETT Fc athletic ehoiv which has hncn postponed tivleo on account of impassable roads will bo staged Thursday night despite weather or road conditions It an nounced today hy tho management Tag Tageseu ot Mason CHy and Kanry Lovik of Forest CHy will meet in the wrestling match which heads the bill Zander f T Hynds Capt f Ditzler c Yelland s Arett g Kankin g Smith g TOUHNAMENT G L Roosevelt1 2 0 Lincoln S 2 1 Monroe 3 0 3 1 0 0 0 1 chased tickets for the show all avail able seats having been sold a week in advance Because of his sensational five round knockout ofArmand Santiago the Cuban puncher CanzoneH is rated the slight favorite Previous to the SanUagoCanzoncLI tight the Cuban had stopped Sitngor in two rounds Two weeks later however 7ocy came back to the popular decision over Morgan in a nondecision bout at Mil waukee Santiago will also appear on to nights card fighting tlie sciniwindup ot eisrJit rounds with Tony Hevrera the Mexican battler They will meet at 130 pounds Pel onn CG7 000 BOXING Hy Tin ASSOCIATED IKESS LOS Tommy Lougliran UnatlelpMa outpointed AnnamI manuct Hm Francisco Too Iohnmn Toledo outpolned Tom Pat rick Los Anffeles Walter Hoff man IQS Angeles outpointed Rocky dnnis OmRha it Terry St Louis outpoint ctl Jimmy Bovile Franco Jackie London Chlaisro outiioinled Windy Myors Cincinnati JncJde Purvis Kokomo Inrt out pointed Victor Ross Cincinnati CLEVELAND Cowl rich Buffalo outpointed Pnul Pirronc Cleveland HOT SPKINGS Doupr an Blythcvine Ark outpointed Irish Mickey Gill Chicago Daniels Minneapolis outpointed Del Fontaine NVfnnipeg Tom Hood London outj join tod Hoy IMIchaPlson Minneapolis S IU11 Freeman Minne apolis outpointed Jack Montreal 6 Britt Schools Win Two of Three Games Matsuyama started the European The Boston gob went thru a hard j debacle by trouncing Horemans in the session yesterday for the camera men 1 opening match oC the tournament on Monday night Cochran kept tho ball rolling with a 400283 triumph over Hagenlachcr yesterday afternoon Schaefer made ft unanimous by com ing from behind to whip Granye 400 to 305 last night Schacfer Has Big nun Grange ranked with Matsuyama ns a dark horse in the tourney gave young Jake a terrific struggle all the until shortly before way but could not match Schaefcrs I brilliant nings The Frenchman running IIS in his fifteenth inning had his American rival trailing 292 to 257 but Schaetei gathered a fine cluster of 135 in his sixteenth inning and ran out the match with an unfinished run of eight on Iiis seventeenth turn at the table Altho Cochran had nursed along one string of caroms until It totaled IBS igafnst Hagcnlachcr in the afternoon Schaefors cluster of 135 represented lion Is expected hostilities Basketball Results playing in closing in COLLEGE liniTT leb schools won two giimes of a triple card here Tues day night when the high school first team defeated Garner 2J to 13 and the Brltt junior high school team downed Ihe Garner junior high five ly to i lu the third game on Ihe nights can Tllonka ijesleil tho Brltt high school second team 12 to 7 I Tlie high school first team same was tlie outstanding exhibition of tlie threegame series being hard fought thrunut allperiods Close guarding failed to make the game anything but clean and fans were treated to an un usual display of stellar basketball Kydson and Helnricks led the Brltt at tack with three field soals each while Clark set the paco for darner with Mix field goals The lineups IIKJTT 22 Ttydson F JTendrickson F Clark J1 Ilcinrlcks C lacobsou Pierce G Britt high school will Lake Saturday night on City high school fioor GARNER 13 Clark Jass Nicmeyer Prltihard Becker Kirksville 36 Still 27 St Ambrose 38 Luther 12 Monmouth 33 Coe 24 Northwestern 31 Indiana 30 Notre Dame 23 Marquette 17 Oklahoma 47 Oklahoma Aggies 24 Maealcster 31 St Marys Wlnona 27 Fort Dodge Juniors 37 Boone Ju niors 213 Creston Juniors 25 Osccola Ju liiorT J7 Augustuni 23 ICnor 21 St Olat 42 Ilamlino IS Iligli Scliool Charles City 33 Mason City 23 Swaletlnlo 27 Plymouth 21 Britt High School 22 Gamer 13 Britt Junior High 10 Garner Junior High 6 Titonka VI Brltt Seconds 7 Clear Lake 24 Buffalo Center 10 Osage 27 Cresco 30 Creston 25 Osceola 17 Boone 25 Fort Dodge 21 Abraham Lincoln Council Bluffs 20 Central Omaha 14 Clinton 22 Davenport 20 Yoiiro definitely middlenBCil it tho flappers apparent invitation lo pet lier prompts an urgo to spank Jtcvlcw Swaledale Defeats Plymouth 27 to 21 play Clear the Mason SWA1E1ATK Feb high school defeated Plymouth hero Monday nlgrt 27 to 21 In a fast same which was fought on an even basis Uuuotit till periods Bender ami Can were tho paco setters for Rwalndale while Banner led tho ing two rounds Climaxing a round that to all ap pearances was his Emanuel hooked a leftto Loughrans jaw in the sev enth that sent the champion to the mat Loughran WOK up without a count howeve and there was furious mlxup at tho hell Tho Emanuel left missing firs thru most ot the early sessions was in constant action in the eighth landing to Loughrans head and body with sufficient regularity to give him the round Loughrans pace in tho ninth was terrific and he gained a wide margin with a vicious attack of left and right hands to head and body JIO carried the Game pace into tlie tentli outscoring the west erner at every turn Loughran entered the ring with a slight weight advantage scaling lS2i pounds to Emanuels ISO both well abovo tho light heavyweight limit the finest exhibition ot billiards the ournament has so far seen The leaji and dark Chlcagoan had the balls un der perfect control rolling up many of his points within an area Hints hat could have covered Matsuynma in Lead All six contestants having appeared at the championship table a glance over tho records reveals that Mat suyama has compiled the best match average to date Up averaged 25 points per Inning against ITojemans Schaefcrs average last night was 23 917 Matsuyama will meet Grange fn this afternoons match tonight Horemans plays Cochran Tlie standings W L IIR Av Matsuyama1 0 Stl 25 Schaefer 1 0 135 Cochran1 0 158 Gningo 0 1 318 Horemans 0 1 63 Hasenlacher0 1 DS Results Matauyama defeated Horemans 400 to 292 111 Innings Cocliran defeated Hngcnlacher 400 to 283 19 innings Schaefer defeated Grange 4pO to 303 37 inningft 23 19 IS 15131S 017 210 116 TwPnIyflvo thousand dollnr for a way to repeal tlie dry law Well first nnd three Riiplds TANK RECORDS BROKEN AGAIN Northwestern Swimmers Set New Marks in Practice Workouts CHICAGO Feb 6 records unofficially went by the board yesterday at Patten gym as Northwestern universitys swimming team went tiiru its final rehearsal be fore departing on a 7000 mile invasion of middle west and Pacific coast ter ritory Thursday One worlds record wag lowered an other was equalled and wo western conference marks broken The rec ords however will not be claimed as they were established in competitive events t Dick HInuli Al Schwartz and Doll Peterson swam the 300yard medley relay In 25 o shatter the worlds record established by the Illinois Ath ettc club by t 35 seconds for the 50 yard free style in a CO foot pool The 160yard relay team cut 25 sec onds off the conference record of 15 held by Michigan while the Bis Ten mark for the 200yarJ relay also held byMIchlBan faded as the North western team paddled the distance In 25 or 2 35 faster than the record 5T I the outset of the second played their opponents U greater part of the period Approach Lead The real thrill ot the in the closing Clty pulled up to within on the Charles Clly th utes to go For a time tho threatened to overcome their ents advantage but E Uahn Hauser Charles City stars three long shots from outside the T5 son City first line defense to inch l game Fort Mason City guard and Ieelc Charles City guard were ejected from the game in the last quarter via tho foul route Aside from the fouls made by thesetwo playeis were com mitted by either team By virtue of this victory Charles City continues the season with a clean slate having downed the strongest teams In that section or the state Mason Citys only defeats of the sea son were suffered at the hands of Charles City Box scores CHARLES CITY 33 FG Hauser f 7 L irahn fI E Hahn c 0 Blum gi Leek g0 Carpenter g 0 Boisco g o FT 0 i 1 FIGHTER HELD AFTER DEATH OF OPPONENT HE HANDED KAYO Totals MASON CITS 23 Thurtle f Sykea f Bryant c Nance c Lane C Tort g Billman g Kohl s Totals Keferce St Claire 15 Ft SEATTLE Feb 0 Gey sel 21 year old welterweight boxer of Seattle was held today pending an in quest inlo the death of Eddie Cart wriprM Negro welterweight of Port land Ore who died a few minuter after hiivine been knocked out by Geysel last night The knockout blow did not cnuso tho dtath of the veteran an autopsy showed It was tho last of a battery of punches to the jaw from the gloves of Goysel A liemonhnp resulting from a rup ture of nrteriea nt the base ot the brain when Cirtwrlghts head struck the canvas caused his death Coroner William T Jnnes reported The exam ination nlso revealed a diseased heart which consulting physicians snid might causect hls death from any form of overexertion CiirtwrlBlit was knocked out In tho third round When his seconds worn imiibln to revive him ho wis carried to i dressing room where he died a few minules later Cnrtwrlglit wiis 32 years old Huxtable Winner of Second Cue Series P ITuxtablo won six out of 11 games from L Reynolds Tuesday night In the second series of the rota tion picket billiard tournament being played at tho Cosmopolitan billiard parlor JO Jones and M VVestcott aro paired for the third series which will lx played Wednesday be ginning nt 8 oclock Freshman Girls Win Over Sophomore Team The freshman girls defeated tlif sophomores In tlie second game oC the G A A basketball tournament Tues day afternoon by n score of 14S Ttulh Sanders and Beatrice Henowitz starred for tho freshmen while Mnry Wood work and Audrey Hannah made moat of tlie points for Hie sophomores Tlio next two games is announced by Miss Platt will be played between the freshmen and seniors nml between tho juniors nnd sophomores Our pioneer ancestors oiidmccl a lot of hut Ilioy uovrr had lo sit in a cold rain nnd wnlcli a football BOXING 34 Rounds 34 ARMORY MASON CITY Friday Feb P M FLASH RANDIM VS BOBBY ODOWD KANSAS CITY 10 HOUNDS CEDAR UAIIiJS KID SPARGO MASON CITY VS 10 HOUNDS JIMMY IHRIG D1CS 1MOINES 3 Other Good Pouts Seats on Sale at Boyds Alex Fidler Referee   

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