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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 7, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                FRIDAYS BOXING CARD COMPLETE WITH 34 ROUNDS PINKIE GEORGE Ys Men and Kepharts Tied for First Place in SIGNS FOR LAST PRELIMINARY GO League i ETTE Waterloo and Cedar Rapids Boxers Scheduled for Six Rounds Thirtyfour rounds ot boxing are In for local fans Friday night at tie armory In the American Legion frum corps bovlngr show with the first iout beginning at Matchmaker IPlnlde George has taken an added protection of tho fans by signing two tor an emergency bout so as to tart a repetition a cancelled match t the eleventh hour as waa the case the last show After having the schedules Dorey lUrown bout rubbed off tha card Jus days beforo the show Match pakor George epent all of Tuesday Slight ana the greater part of Wed lesday sparring around over the wlrs 4pr a suitable match and finally itcceedecl In procuring what he con Aiders two the best men in thci Jrcight Jimmy Hamilton oC Ceda aplds and Tiger Trask ot AVater wore signed for the sixround pre minary match I Hamilton has established a gooi hcord in shows at Cedar Rapids Des Yolnes and other Iowa cities while aak was featured nearly every week L the Electric Park shows last sum iW In Waterloo says George J Spargo Accepts Otfer j Bobby ODowd another Cedar boxer arrived liere Wednes jjiy ami Is going thru light workouts J preparation for his bout with Kandom of Kansas City In tie feature event of a doubleheader tlround windup Kandom Is expected i the city Thursday Kid Spargo local comer who will lluIg ot Des Molnes a the other IDround bout of the dou j le main event has been carded for match at Sioux CJty Feb 13 Match ijakcr George his manager also hid from Minneapolis and Des tolnes but chose to give the local toy his first awayfromhomo tussle ft Sioux City Spargos opponent at SloircCity as has not been announced but Matchmaker George says it Is likely to Billy Jackson of Huron S Dak is rated as one oC the fastest In Is weight In that section of the coim THURSDAY FEB 71929 TO REFEREE HERE Emergency BOut Carded Alox Fidler of Cedar Rnplds who rcfcrced tlie last Amerlcnit Legion drum corps boxing show hero lias been reengHKed to ft ciate as tho third man in tho ring for Friday nights show at the armory He has gullied a nation wide reputation as ft ring official and is greatly In demand Fertile Indians in Win Over Diamond Bread Company Five The Fertile Indians independent basketball team trounced the Dln nond Bread five of Mason City on the Y Jf C A floor Tuesday night S3 to 23 The Indians led thruout the entire ame At the close of the first quar ter the Bcore was 4 to 2 while the half ended il to 7 was thescoring ace for Fertile having made eight field goals and one free throw Oswald his run ning mate found the basket for four field goals and two free throws for second high man his team and he game Lcnnan and Henderson scoring for the locals with three each but Lennan held a onepoint advantage by virtus of two free throws The box score FERTILE INDIANS 33 Rodberg t Oswald f Mestatl c Kirk g urcell g fourround bouts will open the i Friday night featuring boxers Ueyd Colvic and Billy J Ward are paired for tho opener I Vth Eddie Rush and Kenny mion meeting in the next match Matchmaker George who has been yeing local boxers with a view of so Acting promising boys for training and iter appearance in bigger events aws four boys who will see action In ho two preliminary bouts are clever Boxers and should give boxing fans a laro Lfeat As on emergency bout to replace match which fails to materialize BATTLE IS ON FOR REFEREE Pa Striblins Declares His Beloved South Has Been Slighted MIAMI BEACH Fla Feb 7 The battle over a referee was on in full force today In the camps of the rivals In the projected battle of Miami Beach Feb 27 Pa Strlbllng father and manager ot tho aviatorboxer will oppose Jack Sharkey In Dempsey Flamingo Vark arena believes the south has been slighted as the list of possible referees submitted names of no one from below the MasonDlxon line Sharkey maintained his hard train ing pace yesterday with a round of serious golf while ihe night oC the show as was the case jpapermen and fans w n tho last show here Matchmaker how up nt js trainin Veorgo liis signed Matt Howard Ind Jimmy Hughes both local boyo hiis palr he says is classy enough tir the best of shows and later un joubtedly will make an appearance in important events Judge Landis Gives College Player His Personal Attention i DURHAM M Car Feb 7 Judge Kenesaw M Landls baseballs dictator continued here to tlay an investigation to determine iwhelher a major or minor league con llract shall prevail with a slugging col lleglatc hall player the prize at slake 1 Chink OiHcn North Carolina Stale oiitfictder signed two contracts wilh Charlotte ot the South At ilantlc league while still n college Sand another with the New York Yankees Both clubs claimed his serv fico but later tho Yankees bought his contract from Charlotte 3 Judge was not satisfied however ami yesterday he arrived to Ills own tnquly into the deal Golf Stars Warming Up on Florida Links PENSACOLA FIR Feb 1 Slars of Hie golfing firmament wen today warming up for the firs jgreater Pensacola open tournamenl starting lomorroiv which carries prlz money of for professionals ani trophies for amateui3 I Already Tommy Armour Bobb SCrulckshank Al Esplnosa Wild Bl Mehlhorn Henry and Al Clurl an other famous professionals have ha a practice round on tho champlonshl TrnniHft group of news valted for him to g ring The Bos on evidently was in earnest In lying he would not engage in epar ng matches until later in the month Young SIHbling continued his night oad work SEES TILDEN REINSTATED Head of Tennis Association Believes Big Bill Will Be Back CHICAGO Feb 7 S Walsh newly elected president of the Western Tennis association believes William Big Bill TUden will be rein stated as an amateur lu good stantl ng by tho United States Ixuvn Tennis association at its Boston meeting Sat urday I understand Tlldons case will be decided at the meeting and I honestly believe he will he reinstated Walsh sald Tllden has done a great deal for the game but he lias heen a trou ble matter too However 1 think this time the question ot his amateur status will bo decided permanently Walsh said the national clay courts tournament will probably be held at Indianapolis late in June with tho finals of tho American zono Davis cup competition at the Detroit tennis club the first week in June JAPANESE LEADS CUE ARTISTS IN WORLD TOURNEY Matsuyama Defeats French Player in Second Game for Lead By HUGH S FULlEBTON Jr Associated press Sports Writer NEW YORK Feb 7 the second lap of the round robin tour nament Kdnrey Matsuyama Japanese stood alone today at the head of the six contestants for the worlds 182 were tied for field balkllne billiards championship Mat suyama ls the only one who hae played two matches and won both Be ilnd him in the standing is young Take Schaefer of Chicago who was victorious in his only match The defending champion Edouard Horemans of Belgium and Welker Cochran young CallforniaTi tiec for third place with one victory and one defeat as the result of their meet ing last night Eric Hagenlacher German entry has lost hs only match while Felix Grange of France occu pies the cellar position with two de feats Leader Goes Strong The brilliant young Japanese who opened tho tournament Monday with a fine victory over Horemans con tinued his good work in the afternoon match yesterday to overwhelm Grange by a 400 to 218 count The match was the longest of the tournament to date going 23 Innings as both contestants nad difficulty controlling tho balls at the start Horemans came vack from Ills de feat by Matsuyama last night to run off 400 points in only 11 Innings igainst Cochran winning 400 to 200 Tho highest run made so far in tho event aided materially in the Belgians victory Trailing 353 to 35 in the fifth inning as a result of Cochrans fine run ot IBS Horemans gave his firs exhibition oC the game that won him the tiUo a year ago nursing the ball alonsr the ends of the table and gath ering them with spectacular shots t cuual his opponents total In one In nlng Other runs ot 77and 70 bro the match to ItB quick end Belgian High Avornue The Belgians victory brot h highest average of the tournament as wellns the high run His mark is 2 1727 for the two matches Mntsuyama loader In tho first round fell off to a 2f 203D averageHoremans averaged M 411 for yesterdays match HoremaTis will play his third match of the tournament this afternoon ngainst Grange while Schaefer and Hagenlacher complete the second round in tho evening The standings Player W i Av Matsuyamn 2 20203 Schaeter1 0 3 3lT TToremans 1 1 2i 1727 Cochran 1 1 23 2329 Hagenlacher 1 15 1318 Grange 0 2 IS 1535 SETS GOLF RECORD otals 1IAMOND DREAD 23 Greeley f ennan f lenderson c 3dlc g ichmanskl g iTanatt g Totals KG B 4 1 1 0 14 KG 3 S 0 0 1 Fa i o i i FT 1 1 0 1 0 WILL PLAY NEXT WEEK TO DECIDE LOOP LEADERSHIP Keps Defeat M C Canvas Five Team Bests Hamiltons BOX SCORES KKPHARTS 3G Cookman f Lnsli f Isnacsoii c Miirry KG B 4 S I 1 FT The Men and Kepluirt Cigar basketball teams maintained their rec ord of no defeats to the close ot tho Y Industrial league season by gain ing over tho Mason City Canvas comj iul pany and Hamilton Business college vl Ives Wednesday nlffht in the final series ot the loop Because of a tie for first place in the league Totals M C CANVAS 11 Strectcr f Ulloy t Brouwcr c Cross g Larson g Gross g SWEDISH TRACK STAR WILL RUN Wide to Be Pitted Against Same Field Nurmi Defeated Establishing worlds record of 271 for 72 holes Hill Molhom of New won iho annual Et Paso golf tournament at El Pnao Tcv Ho covered the last nine holes in five under par standing these two teams be Totnte VS MKN 20 Boycr f Wolter f Rydson FG laired for a game next week as the iieadllner of a postseason series at tlie T gymnasium Kopharts Cigar team gained a de cisive win over tho Mason City Can vas five in the first game of the final Aeries winning by a score or n6 to 14 Cookman and Isaacson led the scoring attack tor the victors and were closely followed hy Txish their team mate Cookman garnered five field goals and two Tree throws and Isaac son made five field goals and ono free throw white thru for four field goals Rnypr TXarfs Ys Men Ctoso guarding on tho part of Uio Kephart five held tho canvas team to only five fieltl goals for the entire game Sticrler and Hitoy maje two each and Brouwer scored tho other I In most of tho games this season any one of these three players lias Uomey g Van Loan Totals HAMILTON 10 FG Haiverson I 1 Oral f 0 lltntzinan f 0 Storck f 0 Pollock c 1 Ivey Loterbonr Perkins g Totals Smith 1 Beliner f Dedrich t Crotty c Olson s Wlicox s FT 0 0 0 0 2 FT 0 n o o i 0 1 0 Vic Lindstrom Wins Third Rotation Series Lindstrom won six out of 11 games with R Reed Wednesday night in tho third series of the rotation pocket billiard tournament being staged at the Cosmopolitan Three of ITio sixteen contestants entered in the vclimlnaries have now been ellmlnat d C Ilotclikiss and Pat T lrofl for the fourth series iiyeil Thursday night NEW YORK Feb 7 the same Hat track where liia rival from Finland Paavo Nunni won his firs handicap race at two t miles a week ago Edvln Wide of Sweden holder o tho worlds twomile record outdoors will attempt to defeat almost the sain field In the feature event of the New ark A C games at the 113th regimen armory Newark tonight Swedens fastest student of educa lion will allow handicaps up to 130 yards In the two mile event Tlv strongest competition is expected tc conio from F C Baylcy of the j York A C who finished second to Nurmi and Irving Totten of the Millj rose A A who took third in tlie same race The race should furnish a lot ot advance done on tho prospective of the flying Finn ami tho Swedish schoolmaster In the national champ ionships or at some other time later in the season Second only to Wide as an attrac tionat the meet is Percy Williams of Canada double winner in the Olym pic games Tho 19 year old sprinting sensation will give handicaps up to two yawls In a special 50yard dash In a 1000ynrd race Bay Conger of Chicago national 1500meter cham pion will match strides with Phil TM TCew York university oce Jim my Kennedy ot Georgetown who holds one decision over Towards this year and Sum Martin and Harold Cutbill of tho Boston A A Southern Minnesota Baseball League to ftieet Sunday Feb 10 FAIRMONT Minn Feb meet UK ot the Southern Minnesota Base hall league is scheduled for Sunday Feb 10 in Fairmont according to M F Sullivan of Mankato The meet ing which will begin at 2 p mwill be held In the Fairmont hotel Applications from all towns In southern Minnesota will bo acted upon nd the arranging of the schedule for the first half will demand the atten tion of the league The plan is for an eight team league There are five towns who have definitely decided to remain In tho league They are Man kato Albert Lea Austin Fairmont and Sherburn It is likely tliat Owatonna Farl bault and Esthervlilo will be the other teams to join A delegate to the convention of the Minnesota Baseball league in St Paul Feb 12 will be elected Fairmont was the champion and the local team is promising big things for the coming season It lias the support ot many fnns and business men It Is said been able to annex as many us the three did In this game Mocn and Murry Kcpiiart guards covered the canvas company territory In firanrl style forcing their oppon enls to shoot at long range Tho Men won handily from the Hamilton Business college team 20 to 10 Boyer forward was Ys Mens scoring ace getting a to tal of six field goals IVoller his run iilngmale snared Point getting for the Business college team was evenly divided lliilvorsen Pollock TjOterbour and Perkins making field goal each Glldners In Win In this game too tho guards playei an important part for tho winning team Van loan and Komey covere the shooting range ot tho IlamUto goal In good shapeand the few flo goals made by the losers were sun from mldffclcf Ryflson Ys Men cen ter who marla such a fioshy fihowln In last weeks Dories failed to displa his usual aggressiveness in slnkln field goals from under Ilia basket 1 this game Glldners Clothiers enslly rompei away witii the long end of a SO to 1 coitnt in their game with tho Brnwn les in the final tilt of the serlcfl Stevens Steelc f lowing C imams arwood Roberts anders j tewart Totals Ffi S 1 0 4 1 5 14 FG 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 IT 0 0 0 1 0 FT 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 ox guard and manager ot the win ing team lilt a fast pace working ard on the defense and garnering five field goals and two tree throws for high point man of his team and of the game Ho was crowded lor Bcor1 mg honors by Crotty his teammate who sank four basketw from the field Smith forward and Olson guard made one each The Brownies got off to a good etart but were unable to stop the Glldners In their scoring assault Steele for ward was the leadingscorer from the field for tho Brownies with four field goals while Stevens gained an equal number of points with two field goals and four free throws Tuesday nights scheduled game be tween tho Diamond Bread five Abols clothiers was forfeited by Abelir SANGOR TO QUIT RING AFTER HIS DEFEAT BY TONY Gets Kayoed Twice in Bout With Canzoneri in Chicago CHICAGO Feb 27 tha afca f 25 Joey Snn go r has decided to nulL ho featurewrecking quest ot a box championship His mother ho told he radio audience last night after ho vns able to Kct off the canvas where Tony Canzonerl had knocked him out n the seventh round was anxious for him to abandon the ring and further he waa dissatisfied himself with tiJs 1920 SauKorB final ring It proves to have been his final one was beforethe largest crowd ever packed within tho walla of the coli seum It was a bravo fight tho lost for he took punishment by fistful for acvcn weary rounds gamfl ly fighting on tho his face and body wore Horn from the CanZoncrl cannon ade Really he waa knocked out twlcp but the hell gave Mm time to pull hlm eolc together nfter ho had boon sprawled In the waning seconds of the second round He waa ns completely out in that rtmtirt ns ho was in the final one hut the bell rang as tho tlntfiUccper tolled a seven count The Uttlo aillivankoo scrapper waa dragged to his rorncr doused with water and restored to consciousness Canzoncrlft victory put him In for a crack at tho junior lightweight title Tod Morgan holds Ho IB to he matched with thn winner of tho Bud TaylorAl Singer fight in Xew York rulay night Promoter Jim Mullen eavinp for New York to make Lho final ntTRTigemcnts Tho proposed Ight with Cannonerl as ono of thf principals la scheduled for Chicago Feb 2G After the second round last nlphft niiRor fought uphill all the way straight shots at the leaplnp leaningTony and petting every kind of a return Canzonerl took the hardest of Sanpbrs Wows sent harder ones back New Heavyweight Here NEW YOTIK Feb 27 now heavyweight Invasion from Europe has started with the arrival of Rh cardo Uertizzoln of Italy In size at least he la tho most Impressive of nil recent battlers from overseas Ho la Just six feet tall and carries 200 pounds of Tnnnizrr Chorlcy Rose unit on hlsr arrival yos terday that ho expects lilm o start trainingBOUTI but the rfato for hfs first lftflt hni not boon rUvlrlod Kins Tat o Meet CHICAGO Feb 7 Tut sonsatEonal Minneapolis lightweight hns been signed to meet Al Wtuklor of Philadelphia In a 10 round bout here Monday nlffht BOXING 34 Rounds 34 ARMORY MASON CITY Friday Feb P M FLASH RANDIM VS BOBBY ODOWD KANSAS CITY 10 BOUNDS CEDAR KAiHW i eununai i Many Upsets as Albert r I oa I Wason CityCharles City Score 31 to 25 An error in the score of tho Mason CityCharles City hlph school basket l game TV hi eh was won by Charles y on Us floor Tuesday night ap jearcd In Wednesdays account of the game The final score was 31 to 25 natenil 33 to 23 as given in the re ort which Tvas based on an erron eona score book In a preliminary game the local fih school second team defeated tho City secontlo 23 to 7 to par tially offset tho defeat of theMason Ity regulars at the hands of the Charles City first team Tho local second team flashed Us usual snappy form which proved its winning fac tor in the practice tournament here last week Lea Tournament Nears AIBERT LEA Mtnn Feb the district basketball tournament which is scheduled for March 1 at Bine Earth draws closer thorn ap pcnrH a number of Upsets Teams ex pected to succeed have fallen by the wayside and those who were never given ft chance have come up and knocked off the leaders Albert Tea holds tho ede so far in pretournament games Albert defeated Fairmont last Friday by OIK point In a game In which the Tlgeru were not too ountandlnET What the next several weeks games will decide remains a conjecture Tt appeara as if the district meeting this year will be a free for all affair with cither the bost or the poorest team cumins out on top depending a good deal how they wIH in tho finals KID SPARGO MASON CITY VS JO HOUNDS JIMMY IHRIG MOINKS 3 Other Good Bouts Seats on Sale at Boyds Alex Fidler Referee Rucld in Win Over Marble Rock Fives RUDD Feb hlglv school first nml second teams won a double header from Mnrble Rock horo Tues day night tlie first team nosing out Its opponent hy a score of 15 to 11 ind the seconds winning by a score ot 21 to B Ths first team game waa H thriller from start to finish Marble Rock held the lend In the lust quarter and In tlie last four minutea of play Kudcl forged ahead one volnt nnd held that margin until tho final whistle In an curlier doublelieader this Rea son Jtarble Rocks teams defeated Rudd Basketball Results A Rano driver umiftlly oan flavo hint self and the cool driver too The thins I linppens wlien two fool drivers meat tcilnr College KJrksvlllB Osteopaths 46 still Si Oraceland 24 Missouri 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