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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 19, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                BASKETBALL v City championship rests between Billmans Transfers and Diamond Bread Final contest to be at Y M C A Tuesday at MONDAY MARCH 19 1931 BASKETBALL Meeting of basketball players to ariange post season play at Y will be held Tuesday night after BillmanBaker contest PUT THE PRESS Wedding Bells Noting in Newsmagazine Time the marriage of Mildred Harris Chaplin former wife of Charles J Chaplin film and stage comedian 1 to William P Fleckenstein Fari bault brewer musical revue producer and one time professional football player with Red Grange t Brings to mind I ho facts that was Mildred Harris Chap lin who took part In the open Ing nights program of tho Ma son City walkathou last Sep tember She was traveling through Mason City from Des Moines to Minneapolis was a Uni versity of Iowa football player be fore be was connected with the Grange outfit The former Minne sotan is wellknown to many Mason City athletes His marriage took place in Asheville N Car Consistency writing about the Muson City sectional bas ketball tournament to bo exact it comment was made here as to the high percentage oC blonds lu the NorthwooU high school rooting section The reference wis prompted by a friend who made the observation while the writer was watching the basket ball games i C H Dwelle of Northwood has sent a note remindful of the fact that the Northwood teams are Viking outfits Hence he says its only natural that the Norse beauties act as cheer leaders and compose the major portion of the cheering section o The Irish and Scotch are making threats toward suprem acy of numbers on Northwood teams for tho future but at present there are still Johnson Fat Lmitdberg who 1s a bro ther of Gail nowan outstand ing freshman athlete at tho University of lowu and also Hove all representatives of the Scandinavian group Driving Finish Although Glenn Cunningham dashed to a new indoor mile mark in at Maclison Square Gar den Saturday night there is another story of speed which concerns an other ace distance runner It was of course a great dis appointment to truck fans when Bill Bonthron who holds tho meter record with Cun ningham at turned in at that distance In the J C A A A A games even though tho slow time was good enough to win the run Bonthron nipped Gene Venzke ir that race cutting loose in a 300 yard sprint to gain back the ad vantage of 30 yards that Venzke hat taken In addition to finishing firsl at meters he kept right on junning expecting the judges to check his time at tho mile mark hoping to set a new mile record Tho meter time was so tho judges let the checking go but unofficial timers caught him at for tha mile The mile is yards longer than the meter race Arith metic shows that Bonthron traveled that distance at a rate of yarclf a second Thats good enough for a 61 second record in the quarter mile And it came on top of the 300 yard sprint as Bonthron drove by Venzke Thats a finish GRAPEFRUIT LEAGUE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Boston A 7 Detroit A o Chicago N 12 Chicago A I Cleveland A 5 New Or leans SA 2 New York A JO Boston N 4 HOUSD of David 1 St LoulR A 0 lirooklyn N 13 Rochester IL 6 Cincinnati X 3 Philadel phia N 0 Pittsburgh N J Hollywood PCM 3 St Louis N 2 New York N 1 WEEKEND SPORTS sets world rr cord Iniioor mllr rrcord of 4 In wtnnlnjf Colimihln mlln of K of f meet Oallnnt Sir wins Amm hnnricnl JsEW trounces Maitsln fl1 Hfl Bl to uln national Indoor trnnl title pairs ivlth to tatcc doubles MIAMI Mrs Dodge Sloans Tlmi flock wins Fiorina derby Kasly captures Juvenile clmmplnnsbln heals Plan 7J5 2fl fl2 Vines conquers Cornel 62 62 IM In profesulnnal scries CHARLESTON S shoots HS on last round lo wla Rolf tournament of the Onrclens with 273 heals Oxford In fllTiyelffhtli Mnt rjire In reennf tlmr KANSAS Oilers retain na tional A A r IranUelnilll title bcntlnjt Uni versity of Wyoming jn10 and Srlmllrr irln sit dny hike race SAN Kfmnen and Me ftf win Sun Francisco nix dny bike race OS AGE TAKES GIRLS CAGE TOURNEY HIGH SCHOOLS TO ENTER FINALS OF STATE THIS WEEK Aplington Wins Sheffield Round Robin in Extra Playing Session The independent girls basketball team of Osage won the champion ship of Northern Iowa andSouth ern Minnesota by defeating the Denison girls in the final contest at the Denison clubhouse Sunday evening after having eliminated the Nora Springs girls in the semifinal round in the afternoon The entire contest was featured by close guarding on both teams which re sulted in a final score of 9 to 8 Osage started the scoring early in the game and was never behind leading T to 2 at the half and 9 to 8 at the threequarter mark The Denison girls were given several op portunities in the final quarter to tie the score by the free throw route but neither Hadciy could con nect with the loop Cookman and Doering looked best ir the Denison girls while the guarding of Mc Sweeney and Hultman nnd the of fensive work of Gordon was out standing for Osage In the afternoon Osage had little difficulty in putting Nora Springs out of the running with a 22 to 15 defeat this game had been played the previous Sunday but had ended in to 17 tie Osage led the en tire game mostly due to the scor ingof Gordon who collected 19 of her teams 22 points Gold basket balls presented to the members of the Osage team immediately fol lowing their victory TM13 LINEUPS fl f 211 Jf Iladdy f Cordon f f 1lerce c Una MeSiveency c 0 o 1 Swrmson K O 0 n Cookmnn e M MeSncy g I 02 Doering g Hultman s 000 ft f 0 0 200 Mar Haddy 1301 0 ft 3 000 0 fl 2 0 0 U Tot ills 1 Totals N Dlnsmore f Atflurr 1 Jtehne c Xtnc c Sleilell t Hnrtwell g Totals I IK f D 3 OOordon f 4 4 t 0 USivaiison o 0 fl 1 0 0 1 Ilniiltman jc I 0 1 MfSwtieney 7 8 Totals IK ft I 832 012 002 002 001 003 8 1 13 High School Teams Plan State Bids Northeast Iowa girls high school basketball teams which will be rep resented in the state final tourna ment at Des Moines this weekend are Applington and Waterville win ners in the Sheffield district tournament and Wellaburg and Grundy Center Aplington had a hard battle to set back Sheffield 32 to 30 winning in a second overtime session Sat urday night in the last round robin contest The score was 3030 at the end and neither team counted in the first threeminute period Addcrl Overtime Additional overtime wag played terminated by the first scoring which gave Aplington the slim margin Waterville won by 31 to 25 over Garnavillo In the overtime contest Larson scored 7 goals for Aplington and Meyer added 6 goals and as many free throws Lincoln scored 7 bas kets and 6 free throws for Shef aeld Yelland caging S baskets Spinner got 8 goals and 3 free throws for Waterville Franks get ting 6 baskets and S Etacrtiardt led Garnavillo with 8 goals and 3 free throws Aplington In Aplington will open the final tournament playing Arm strong northwest Iowa teajn at 10 oclock Thursday in the Des Moines meeting The pairings were an nounced as follows by the Associ ated Press HOUND 10 a vs Arm strong 11 a vs Bodu 2 p vs Cumber land 3 p vs Griswold p Center vs Hills boro 7 p vs Johnston 8 p vs Waterville 9 p vs White Oak Northeast Iowa Medal Tourney Begins Tuesday LAMONT March tomorrow the Northeast Iowa Gold Medal amateur independent tourna ment will be held at Lamont The meeting will run until Saturday The Central States Amateur Inde pendent Basketball association and the U S Basketball federation are tournament sponsors A total of 61 awards is to be presented after the piny It is unlawful to knock your son in the head with an ax but you can give him a car and plenty of spending Tele graphHerald Hamburger or Fight Is Ultimatum on Dognaping Cagers Will Play at Y in Title Tilt BillmanBaker Game Carded Tuesday at LINf UPS Cookinnn Connelly Tompklns Isaacson cordle Suter Jlromvrr Ilmily llllltmtn liri Set for Tuesday night the championship contest for Mason City indie basketball teams will be played at the local Y M C A Par ticipating will be Diamond Breads Bakers and Billmans Transfers The two teams played to a tie in the round robin tournament carded annually to determine the city championship outfit among the four teams which top regular league play of the winter season MEETING The meeting of players who wish to enter the postseason basketball schedule at the Y M C A will be held after the cham pionship contest Tuesday night in Ivan A Barnes office The ses sion was originally scheduled for last Friday night but was called off A 3026 margin was taken by Billmans in the round robin meet ing with the Bakers last Friday In a playoff about a week earlier which determined first place in the league final standing the Bakers won 2 1 During the frensou the Billman team was the only one to defeat the Bakers and the Bakers xvere the only team to defeat Billmans Tho Transfers hold the North Iowa championship won by a vic tory over the Hubbard Hounds out fit which defeated Diamond Bread in the semifinals and the Bakers are consolation titleholders of the North Iowa tournament Admission prices will be the same as for regular league games Only one contest will be played Bakers Win in Sunday Contest The Diamond Bread Bakers took Sunday to defeat Dougherty at the latter teams home floor by 55 to 32 getting away to an early lead and holding it The score was 27 to 14 at the half Chuck Lennan playing his 500th basketball game racked up 18 points in the encount er THE LINEUPS it ft f 1K ft f Dnvls f 4 2 i K Campbell f fl 0 1 t 0 0 n IJ Ihilun t n 0 1 t OuiHlirll c I 2 I Connelly c Oil A Diilnn 103 Isimcsim K U 1 1 CumiilKll g 1 2 2 Tompklns ir 2 0 3 Totals 4 10 14 4 H REDS CENTERED ON YOUNGSTERS 50 Freshmen Added for Training Season at Cincy Camp By ALAN GOULD Associated Vress Sports Editor TAMPA March 19 Although not overlooking the ad vantage of plugging the gaps in the varsity lineup this year in a spirit ed attempt to climb out of last place in the National league the Cincinnati Reds also arc concentrat ing on a huge freshman class of ball players with a view to develop ing a championship contender by 1936 Upwards of 50 earnest and ambi tious athletes have been corralled this spring by the aggressive new ownership of the Reds headed by Powel Crosley the radio mag nate personally directed by a red headed dynamo Larry MncPhail and with Bob OFarrell long a fa miliar backstopping figure as the new manager We are sticking pretty much to the tried and tested performers on our roster this says OFar rell because our first ambition is to pull the Reds out of last place We are strengthened in several positions notably at second base with Tony Piet and in the outfield with the addition of Adam Com orosky both from the Pirates We parted with Red Lucan in the deal but he won only 10 games for the club lost year and I believe Dazxy Vance will win more than that for us this season Old Daz looks to be in great shape Meanwhile we are proceeding with plans to build up a young ball club which by 1936 should be a dis tinct pennant The Reds already have convinced baseball folk that they have plenty of bntting power this year The whole camp has been going arounfj with Its chest out since the Redlegs shellacked the New York Giants in Uicir first exhibition game VETS AND ROOKIES LIMBER UP FOR ANOTHER PENNANT CHASE EAST PLANS TO CELEBRATE WIN Disappointed Crowd Goes Home as Team Fails to Show Up on Sunday SIOUX CITY March 19 East Sioux City high school today planned a rousing reception for its state championship basketball team The raiders of East high swept to the top of Hawkeye interscholas tic circles Saturday night by top pling West Waterloo 19 to 18 More than enthusiasts gath ered at the Sioux City gymnasium yesterday but when the players failed to arrive departed in disap pointment Today they promised to be back with more enthusiasm than ever to show their nppreciation for the accomplishments of the team Coach Les Davis lads played steady careful basketball to defeat Waterloo The rangy raidcrs suc cessfully nursed a scant lead throughout a hectic fourth quarter during which they did not score a point while Waterloo pulled up to within a point of tying the game We just was the reply of the players to questions of how it felt to be the state champions Consolation honors in the tour nament went to George a little northwest Iowa town which de feated Burlington 22 to 20 with a great closing scoring rush STATE MEET CHAMriONSIITP KINA T K SIOLX IV Mlchlsnn f Jtosrnbrr f Hucrth c ShaltnnH K V K i t i i i i Ilrutltn t roli t fl f 000 320 McOravcy f 2 O I 002 It riruncn c 2 1 2 r flrmijte it 1 0 II Berry x n o n o o t 7 K K Tntnli 745 Krnry irnisllrnurk of DPS MolnM V umpire Invli ol KnM KINA1 Klnlicru r Hart r Tuln r C c Ennor jr ts ft f n n i t 0 0 O t n a i Ksaii r 305 DnmalJ c n i schniiz ic 0 n 0 Cardie g 1K It 2 I 2 1 I n n fl s n n o i i iW CnjiJiis Totnls 10 2 I n 2 0 Frank nnrna Vlsla nmplrp PopJ nl Inwn 10 lirntten f To In t McGarvey f 1 Uachllrr Ft J 2 1 MBIT f I DO Tuln f I 0 KK Ft 1 fl n ft It firnnRP r Z 2 Iaton c r Grange JT Gnllnwny c Seldel f 0 0 fl 000 0 0 1 2 n 0 Kllncpnliorjt f 2 0 2 C Caijcnn f n O n I 1 2 Totals IB S fl Totals H 5 7 Missed free thrown Tlnttten 2 Mcfiarvry I K OranBe 1 Murx 1 C 1 Knnor 1 Kim Council IJInffs umpire Klde Kndif K sioux Vf Ft F f i o Kontierxer f 2 2 Hncrlli c 3 1 K 0 0 VnnBooyan jc 2 0 2 Knpfrr f 1 I 1 Dnrnnll f 3 Kfltiil n SrtiulU K Carrtlr a Fg Ft F 0 n o ooo 302 1 0 0 000 0 2 1 0 I 0 1 n i Totals 8 3 H 2 4 Misted frto ttirnvii Vnnflmijnn 2 Wl Illini4 I 2 Hcffree llrnry Ifuxllrniirk I umpire With the baseball season just around Uio corner slurs nnd rookies ullko arc working out tho kinks nt spring training ciimpsi At loft Hughlo Critz New York Giant Inflolder HIKMITH a high one nt Mluinl Hench Flu Below Churley Iterry of the Atliletles socks one lit Fort Myers Carl tJlrich is catching Above three Chicago Sox pltiyers pedalingthe utr tit Fiisadniui Cal Loft to Whitlow Wyutt Mule Huns und Milton Bocck At right old Uiizzy VHHCH now with the Cincinnati Keds ready to toss a fan one Associated Vrefts Bad Neivs in Store Soon for Young Giant Hurlers Yanks Red Sox Recognition of Sejiators By THE ASSOCIATED IRESS MIAMI BEACH March 19 bad news in store soon for three of the Now York Giants pitching recruits Hubbel Schumacher Parmelee Fitzsimmons Clark Luque and Ball are the seven regulars leaving Bill Shores Joe Bowman Al Smith Jack Salveson and Clyde Castleman to fight it out for the other two berths Shores and Bowman seem to have the inside track now SENATORS BILOXI Miss The Washington Senators board of strategy is figur ing privately that the New York Yankees and the remade Boston Red Sox are the teams that will of fer the Nats the most trouble Neither Owner Clark Griffith nor Manager Joe Cronin will say this for quotation but the word is out nevertheless Both figure that the five games to be played with the Red Sox before the first western swing may give them a pretty good tip TIGERS LAKELAND Back In train ing quarters after Sundays 7 to 5 defeat at the hands of the Boston Red Sox the Detroit Tigers studied their own weak points today Rather glum over the Tigers de feat by a club managed by their old mentor Bucky Harris Manager Mickey Cochrann mapped out a week of intensive training in prep aration for Thursdays game with the Athletics here CUBS LOS Don Conrads 21 year old southpaw who was talked into a trial with the Chlcago Cubs by a woman fan from Ke wanee wan Mnnnpcr Charlie Grimms choice to start a game to day against Portland of the Pacific coast league nt Vontura Pitcher Lon Warneke Roy Joiner Pat Malone and Guy Bush who hurled in the Cubs pair of victories over the White Sox Saturday and Sunday were excused from the 70 mile bus ride to Ventura WINTER HAVEN Blanked in their first two Grapefruit league games with major oppon ents the Phillies take on the Co lumbus Red Birds today The Phils got five hits yesterday while the Cincinnati Reds were win ning 3 to 2 That made a total of eight hits in 18 Innings for a team which iast season placed four men at the top of the batting list in the National league RED SOX SARASOTA Fla Bucky Harris nmbles about the Red Sox training camp with a mighty satisfied grin And why not His boys licked Detroit In their initial contest without even one scrub game They tried hard all the wrty hit at few bad balls showed a lot of life on the bases and hung up a dozen hits against three of Mickey Cochranea pitch ers CARDINALS BRADENTON ovit field situation of tho Cardinals which has caused some concern be cause of the continued refusal of George Watkinn and Ernie Orsntli to accept the salary offered them by the club was brighter today Col Buster Mills the fly chaser from Rochester apparently has found the range and the experts regarded him as a serious contend er for a steady job ATHLETICS FORT MYERS Phila delphia Athletics fresh from their last scheduled Sunday holiday until the end of the IfKH season meet the St Louis Cardinals today Tim McKeithnn took advantage of the day off to lie on the beach letting the sun bake his sore pitch ing arm but many of the bthers were up at 5 oclock to go fishing Nashua Boxer Marries in Friday Ceremonies NASHUA March May rette NImmers daughter of Mr and Mrs George NImmers and Ollle Bork son of Mr and Mrs Albert Bork both of Nashua were mar ried Frldny at the German Luth eran parsonage at New Hampton by the Rev William Engelke They were attended by Miss Caroline Bork and Harry Janes They will reside at Nashua The bridegroom is a boxer and has frequently appeared In boxing matches at Mason City BOWLING MONPAV GAMES 7 Korfflt furniture rompmiy vs City Club 1 nnil 2 Minlrhnkrr Slt vii Northern Ollrrn allryn 3 nnd 4 company HrlHy ROMS niTjid I nntl Z JllniniOlHin rnmnnny VK Stnddnnl Stonp Irortnrli allfyn 3 ftml 4 TEAAf Heady Mil Or Ill In Illlie Hlhtxn fln Illfll Winners 1R Ifuch Davcy nnil Son Ilii Schmidts Ion Dunltl Vorihern flly Ctnh OlolicOnictte HIT A M Schnnlte nnil ronl puny Lyons Stnddurd Ktone Products foul company nirsTiOhon company TylcrKyan Knrnltnri eotn fjreen Mill S 02 12 03 flZ ni ffi no 47 4rt mi tin iin nn nn Ofl 34 U 13 M 44 4IS lit no Al Vt 01 nroir Shannon T ttolilmkc K Wnll I Sunffnrd M A Tlirlnni llrnilrr Hfll n 18 I I Dfi R7 ni Kl 2AK 27S 207 50 MO flBK ino ROO nr nnn 030 Ml rm 4SJO no 17fl 11 I 43H 417 300 ID 101 193 102 Itll Ifll IS BUNYAN MERELY BABE TO CHAMP McLaren Challenges Wood Choppers of Minnesota to AxSwinging Test MINNEAPOLIS March 10 Paul Bunyan Minnesotas mythical giant woodsman a babe in in the estimation of Peter McLaien of Australia who calls himself the worlds champion wood chopper To all those woodsmen who dis agree with hla opinion of Paul McLaren has isoued a challenge to meet him In a woodchopping con test at the Northwest Sportsmens nhowat the Minneapolis auditorium March 31 to 7 when ho will endeavor to outdo aome of Bunyans pet tricks with ail ax Just a Paul Bunyan land is it Mc Laren who is being brought to Minneapolis by the Minnesota For est Service said in a letter to C W Qdskirk manager of the show Say out in Auatralia where I won any worlds championship at woodchop ping Paul is just a babe In arms Why we have lumberjacks out there who are so husky they have chipped In and bought Pauls big blue ox Babe and they raise bija blue oxen for their kids to ride on I want to sec how some of these lumberjacks of yours cnn chop wooc and Ill meet any or all Just to indicate how tough he is McLaren he cut his eye teeth nharpeniug a double bitted nx on his gums He is almost 50 years old anc claims he la just getting his ful growth now Major Aussie Sport Although the competitive sport of wood chopping Is little known in America it almost ranks as a ma jor sport In Australia MclJircn was born near Mel bourne Australia and during his career has won hundreds of con tests He has competed In all the important matches in Australia and lias won two worlds championship matches one at Melbourne and the other at Pert in western Australia For several years he has appearec In circuses and vaudeville circuits in America A prize of is offered to any Minnesota disciple of Bunyan if McLaren falls to chop through a log in twothirds the time the chal longer takes Five Teams Sign in Cedar Valley League for Ball Season WAVERLY March Waverly Tripoli Shell Rock am Sumner have signed as members o the Cedar Valley league for 3934 and Rcadlyn is expected afl th sixth team A 20game schedule t open Sunday May 6 is planned Walter Fcrgmeann Tripoli i president and E H Kohlmann YALE MASCOT IS MISSING PROBE REVEALS NOTHING Cryptic Note Links Loss of Sacred Bird to Taking of Handsome Dan NEW HAVEN March Ifc or fight That was embattled Yales ulti matum today to the dognapera of landsome Dan II bulldog mascot iymbolic of the Blues doordle spirit Either the dogrmpers feed Hand ionic Dan a pound of choice ham Hirger daily and deliver him speed iy back to else Thats vhat tho Yale boys said MissingFive Days Tho dog kidnaper victim has been nissing five days now and Yale is otting mad Especially In view of ho fact that Dan Is Ul of distem per The vet says ho must have not only his daily hamburger but plen ty of pure water and exercise Yale faced by the prospect of a saddened Easter vacation sent a delegation yesterday to the baili wick of its old foes Harvard They couldnt find the dog Moreover the editors of Lampoon Harvard funny magazine raised a cry that the vis tors from New Haven had tried to Udnap them for ransom IVobo Rumor Then the searchers went to Wor ester Mass on fc rumor the pup md appeared on the farm of Har lan T Pierpont whoseson is on the staff of the Harvard Lam poon Nothing doing The Yales figure they have only one worthwhile clew This was a missive purporting to come from the Lampoon The bulldog orthe it said cryptically u Siuired Bird The ibis is a sacred stuffed bird It disappeared two years ago tho Lampoon and hasnt been seen since One rumor aaid that Dan was up set by a shakcup in tho trnll coaching staff and decided to o away from here The rumor placed Dan somewhere betweeii New York and Boston trying to de cide whether to follow his old friend Mai Stevens to N Y U or Adahv Walsh to Harvard said Yale is crimson North Iowa Teacher to Defend Marks in Life Savers Tests AMES March Unnl Hacrem life saving pentathlon champion in the senior womens class of the Red Crosa midwestern area will be here to defend her honors during Life Saving Week at Iowa State April 1623 C E Daubert swimming coach an nounced yesterday Miss Haerem a graduate of Iowa State college is teaching in the Eagle Grove high school Her rec ords in all of the fiveevents are better than any othera in competi tion In 15 states Her record in the head carry of is lower than the next best time cross chest carry better free style rescue better tired swimmers carry better and retrieving object better American Pros Give Challenge to Aussie Amateurs on Courts PHILADELPHIA March 19 GT T Tiidcn and Ellsworth Vines tcnntg professionals gay they will challenge Fred Perry of Eng land and Jack Crawford of Aus tralia amateurs to meet them In singles matches to decide who is the worlds best Both Americans said they were forced into this course by the re fusal of the international federa tion in Paris to sanction open tournaments Tilden said he and Vines would play Perry and Crawford in R series without admission fees with all receipts given to charity for A aide bet of each or for no money at all DISTRIBUTORSHIP AVAILABLE TnB prnpnftlliim Involves A nationally ddverUiifrt proven jinxlnct of wtfle mmle hy an eastern manufnctarer n locmilve repeat definite plan an exclusive franchise an adequate nnd well protected territory Our distributors rnrn In tire they are exeevtlrn and real talesmen nfralit 1n make calls hemsrlven nnd abln to hullil np Baku nf their Xo liflimetnliouse relllnr A protected Investment of unjond etiver u minimum merchandise 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