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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - January 6, 1940, Albert Lea, Minnesota Page eight the evening t i Bune Albert Lea. Minn. Saturday january 6, 19-k Fairmont hands Albert Lea third straight setback 28-25 my a j n a j Apostoli beats Bettina third period Armstrong flattens Ghnouly balks tigers two teams Battle in nip and tuck game during first half by w. Russell Voigt the Albert Lea High school basketball team lost its third straight Holiday basketball game when it fell before the fighting Fairmont i urinals Here last night 28 to Fairmont a by team also handed the Tiger a a a quilt a 32 to 25 beating so it was a bad night to the local hoop sters All the Way around. The Cherry and Blue cagers put up a Good fight tor the game better coordinated team play shoot leg a it and a Tough defense was too much. It was a hectic game from stall to finish. All through the first bal it was a nip and tuck Ball game and then near the end of the contest the tigers rallied to close he Gap. Even the officials got not i tip in railing a play and while they discussed the matter the clock an out Ani the game was Over. No signal bad been Given the timekeeper to halt the game. At half time tin score was i to 13. Nip and tuck first half the first half was a give and take affair with tin count hosted five times three times by Albert Isa Aud twice by Fairmont. Phil Jorgenson scored the first Basket of the game near the Start but Misbach came Back to tie it up. Jorgenson got a free toes and it was 3 to 0. Cady soot a and it was 3 to 2 but Jorgenson Sank another gift shot and it was 4 to 2 Cady tied up the game at 4 All. Fairmont want in front and then it became Albertl a s turn to tie up the Ball game. The first period ended w it an 8 to 8 score. The second Quarter was almost j an exact duplication of the fit with first one Side and then the other scoring until the end of the eight minutes of playing time brought a 13 to 13 tie both teams w Ere Jitter and lost. The Btl ii frequently tigers badly outscored Fairmont settled Down and got to rolling Iii baskets in a big Way in the third Quarter while a Tough defense kept the tigers at Bay. In the third eight mimic s of fast going the cardinals rolled in a to Tai of ten Points while the Best via it la a coh i do was age three and Fairmont led 23 to 16. Albert Lea had the bet or of the scoring in last Quarter getting 7 Points to ii but that big margin at the end of the period previous was just too much to overcome. Fighting hard and hitting the net better the Albert tossers made the count 25 to 23 before Fairmont put on another burst of Speed and was Safe ahead. That he we or was the closest they or ame to timing up the game. Carus work better Fairmont margin was in More speedy coordinated play Ami Basket shooting. The a aids passed pretty accurately and covered up Well. Several tunes they pulled a a sleepers on the slower Albert Lea defense under the net. Albert Lea missed several set up shots and passed up others by bad passing. Coach Thompsons boys executed some Fine plays. Others that looked Good failed by poor passing or shooting. Good free throw shooting kept the tigers in the game As the y made 7 out of la while the Hest Fairmont could do was net 2 out of la hut the latter cored 13 Field goals to eight Misbach Forward for the visitors was High Man for the night with ten while Johnson had seven and Cady Center six. F or the tigers three were tied with five each Jorgenson strand and Beighl y in the matter of floor players to Beighley of the Tiger was the Best for the losers. Misbach. Johnson and Evans were the standouts for the victors with Olson a guard turning in spotty but effective work. Cady Center the biggest boy on the floor for either team kept the Viber Lea centers in Check. The Box score and summary wins close verdict in gruelling 10-round fight in new York new York Jan 6. I Fred \ Postoll hefty Tot and slower but a More deadly puncher is Back in pugilist s top drawer today a in ii Ace to the 175 Pound division. The san Francisco Star knocked Loose from his Noddle weight t rown by t t b Rine Garcia and widely re carded As a washed up Quot returned to Madison Square Gat Den last night to win a gruelling 12 round decision Over Melio Bellina of in a on n. Former Light heavy King. The Battle was so close a big portion of the crowd of 7.7t7 roundly hooted the verdict la. I. I t i be and on judge v noted for \ Post Oil. The other judge gave Ben int til . The associated press score sheets had them de id even. Bethna a Southpaw knocked Apostoli flown in each of the three rounds or counts of nothing eight and nine. Apostoli throwing his right like r sledgehammer half knocked half pushed Bettina Down for nine in the loth chapter neither was near staying on the floor. Apostoli Vav to gained his first Fame As it middleweight appeared almost fat at 1694 pounds. Betti a at 171. Was the faster and landed More blows they lacked the authority of his rival s however. By hurries floor league meeting of interested players called for next tuesday night to hurry organization of the . Basket Ball league there will be a meeting of All men interested at the 4y�?� office not Lues Day Nicht at 7 30 of clock. In so far As possible backers will be secured for each team but successful leagues have been run j wherein players banded together managed their own teams and it danced the game for themselves. This plan will lie worked again it sufficient numbers Are interested. The Cost will not be As much As heretofore. The school asks three i dollars per night instead of five the . To furnish its own equipment and supervision. An interesting feature for this year is that spectators will be admitted. Particularly the friends of players w ill appreciate this prix i lege there will he no admission charge. The a. Athletic committee Hopes that at least six teams will line up immediately so that games May Start not later than the week after next. Dizzy Dean not to sign contract i Al Ila Jan. 6 a it Jerome i it Izy Pean often heard loudest about tills time of the year said today he would not sign a 1910 con tract with the Chicago cubs calling Lur a rat per cent Cut from his Prev ious salary. His pay was $20,000 last season. Dean said he wanted to be fair about the thing that he admitted his work did not come up to expectations last year and that it was Only right he should a some kind of a Cut but $10,000 was too much. The Pitcher declared he expected to have one of his Best Yean. Shaughnessy might go to Ohio state Francis Schmidt can have Stanford coaching Job if he wants it by Eddie Brietz new York Jan. Here son we heard if Francis Schmidt take the Stanford Job and he can liar ii if in wants it the no. I Choice at Ohio state will to Clai k Shaughnessy of . Vav. St John Buckeye athletic director has been one of the quiet irishman s greatest boosters for years. One minute interview. Rodney rots athletic director South High school Columbus a the Ideal basketball team consists of two jewish lads two negroes and a Good Tough irishman. Then Grots would do iii1 dribbling the jewish i Hows would shoot the baskets and the irishman would take the Hall off the banking be w Raymond is in town from new Orleans with a $10,000 b. R. To close a Joey Archibald Jimmy Perrin featherweight title go. Moran and Mack remember the old vaudeville team will fight it out for the substitute first Basing Job with the reds next Spring. The baseball gossips say big hearted Bill ferry has offered the bees Slick cast Leman and Manuel Salvo for buddy Bassett. Haw does in think this is april fool s Day today a guest Star. Lorn Sweeney. Vav Worcester mass evening Gazette a there s one Resolution for football coaches to make never accept a Job at a College named Ijo Yoia. So far Joyola of Baltimore Loyola of new Orleans and Loyola of Chicago have abandoned football leaving the help out on a or. Moog goes to town. Nathan Moog of Augusta a. Is Ila cd from the Orange bowl game with a Bank Roll that would choke a Heifer. All he did was Call All seven Bow games correctly eve n the Tempe teachers Catholic y. Tie furthermore he backed his therees with folding Money. Why does no to the Guy turn pro Rumor foundry. A gent with a four letter name who travels in the higher salary brackets May be the next baseball Lave freed by judge Tundis. Pacific coast conference elects former a Man As new athletic head dropped to the Canvas repeatedly in the five rounds of his unsuccessful welterweight title fight with Henry Armstrong Joe Ghnouly is shown As he was flattened in the fourth stanza. Armstrong cheered by a Home town crowd in St. Louis stands above his one time he put Ghnouly away for keeps in the fifth. Austin Wallops Blue Earth 40 to 14, As Faribault trims Owatonna 23-17 the Austin High school got off to a big Start in the 1940 basketball picture by walloping the Blue Earth maroons on the better a floor last night by a score of 40 toll. Blue Swarth recently nipped Albert Lea 24 to 22 on the game floor Faribault bounced Back into the District four picture by defeating the ranking Owatonna team 23 to 17. The Falcon seconds also won 21 to to. Waseca a future foe of Al Belt Lea went Down to defeat before Roosevelt High of Minneapolis in a fast and closely waged game 39 to 27. Waseca trailed at the half. 18 to 16. Early in the third period Waseca came within a Point of the Lead but the teddies then rallied and went out in front to stay. Red Wing triumphed Over an alumni aggregation 30 to 23. Angeles Jan. 6 pm dedicated to a policy of unquestioned integrity and strict enforcement of the rules the Pacific coast conference of to colleges and universities fell in step today behind a new Leader of its athletic administration lot Merg Man Edwin n. Atherton. Appointment of Atherton climaxed a foul Day session which saw the conference stripped Down to the Bone its faults and evils exposed and a new order of operation installed. His tenure of three years will be effective As of Jan. I 1940. He will big to fives in title play gophers engage Iowa Ohio state tangles with big Michigan Chicago Jan. 6 pm big ten basketball teams begin playing a for keeps tonight when the two month Battle gets underway for the conference championship. The competitors Are All set for a slam bang tussle for the Crown after live weeks of preliminary skirmishing during which big ten teams won 49 to 65 games against outsiders. Ohio state is the defending Champion. The conference race ends March 4 with All teams getting in 12 or 13 league engagements. Here s tonight s inaugural program with the non league won lost record of each team in parenthesis Illinois 7 0 is. Indiana 7-&Quot at Bloomington. Ind. Purdue 6 2 is. Northwestern 5-0 at Evanston Ohio state 3-3 is Michigan 6-1 at Ann Arbor Minnesota 7-1 is. Iowa 3 4 at Iowa City and Wisconsin 2-4 is. Chicago 3-1 at Chicago. He the enforcement officer of the organization armed with an authority never before Given to an individual in its 25 year history. Enlistment of Atherton a services followed his two year probe of the athletic set up As a result of the findings. New legislation has been adopted and some regulations strength j ened. Most of the violations brought to Light were associated with football a such a recruiting misuse of off Campus finances abuse of scholar ships and subsidization of the athletes. Fairmont b five defeats tigers 32-25 Young cardinals Flash Speed second half after trailing 17-10 coining Hack Strong after trailing at the end of the first half 17 to to the Fairmont a a by a earn completely outplay eel the Albert i a a a by five in the preliminary game and won out 32 to 25. The Young Albertj it a tigers held the upper hand All the first half and led All the Way. Topping f Airmont 6 to 4 at the cud of the first Quarter and 17 to to at the half. Cardinals show Speed however when the new half came up the Young cards stepped upon the floor with a burst of Speed and shooting ability that soon had the Tiger a a by running. During the third Quarter Albert Lea collected but two jaunts while Fairmont tallied 15 to make the count 25 to 19. The last eight minutes found the scoring More close but the thin Quarter advantage was too great. Bennett gets 11 Points Bennett led the scoring for both teams with la while Grotte it get f a dont had ten. Wayne Forward for Albertl it a played an aggressive floor game. The Fairmont team was letter balanced and All around better shots. Bennett of the tigers scored Ell his Points in the first half and not one the last 16 minutes of play while Grotte rolled in All of ins he a a a will sponsor macalester nips boys hockey league Concordia 42-41 Boxer Jim Lindsay now unconscious Pittsburgh Jan. 6 it pm a Boxer Jim Lindsay lapsed into uncool so Iotis Ness As his Bride of two months rushed to his bedside today. Relatives said he took a turn for the worse last night 24 hours after removal of a blood clot from the brain. The 25-y ear old tighter w As injured two weeks ago while working out with Light heavyweight chem Pion Billy Conn. What say boys want to play hockey the weather and link Are just right now and several weeks of sport Are ahead of hockey players. One team has already reported at the . Ready to go. There is room for at least five More teams. Minneapolis Jan. 6. Lbs Home teams All were successful last night As the basketball season picked up Speed in the Minnesota College and teachers conferences. J macalester opened its conference season by nosing out Concordia of Moorhead 42 41 at St. Paul in a game which was close All the Way i he past two Winters have been. while Winona teachers thumped quite unfavourable to the game but. It looks Good for the present sea sports Mirror by the associated press today a year ago Wesley by a1 lace Ford Ham set new world record of 1 "4.4 for 500 meters Glenn Cunningham won 800 meters in 1 53 at knights of Columbus meet three 5 ears ago Fred Perry made pro Tennis debut defeating Ellsworth vines. 7 5, 3 6, 6 3, 6-4, before 17,630 at new York. Five years ago Fille new York Ranger were stopped 6 4 by the americans after 13 games without a defeat. Son so come on Fellows turn in your lists of players at the a by a office. Bill Liaison Veteran of the game proposes that toward the end of Hie season a tournament might he staged Between boy teams of the several Minnesota towns composing the senior league. The proposition sounds Fine and the Quot a a committee will work toward that end of the boys get their Hague going. Jack Johnson is reported better Minneapolis Jan. 6�? pm Jack Johnson former world heavyweight Champion was reported a resting easily with his condition about unchanged at Abbott Hospital today whet he is suffering from bronc phial pneumonia. Johnson was stricken a week ago. Gustavus Adolphus 38 to 35 on their Home floor. Duluth state teachers took their second conference Victory at the expense of Moorhead teachers 42-17, and Carleton at Northfield overpowered Lawrence. 42-26. That Hamline St Mary a Basket Ball game in St. Paul tonight will have Champion against Champion w Ith the possibility the Victor will be the next Minnesota College conference titlist the two teams which tied fort the state College Loop title a year ago Are both keyed to top per formanes. St. Mary a has its same team Hack again while Hamline will have four veterans in its starting lineup. Another conference game in St. Paul tonight will find St. Thomas College opening its league Cam Paige against Concordia. Minneapolis Johnny Hanschen 193. Minneapolis knocked out fid die Crawford 225, Ashland Kyd a s. Basketball Amateur in open leads Wilford Wehrle paces Field in los Angeles with 67 for 18 holes in s Angeles Jan 6.�? to the finest Field in the fifteen Vest old history of the los Angelet open Golf tournament swung into the second Rou in today with a Ifo fid Wehrle Wise urn. A born Amateur leading the Way after a spectacular performance in tile first 18 holes. A Fille 25-year old Goller who Calls Chicago Home now turned in a 67 yesterday three under tar for the Jos Angeles country club. Only three players were Able t. Break Par yesterday a whirling Wehrle dutch Harrison and Jimmy Hines. Arid Only two big Olin Dutra of los Angeles and Al Krue Ger of be Loit wis., were Able to equal Par 7 b. Seven strokes Back of Wehrle was a select group that numbered the tournament favorite. National open Champion Byron Nelson former National open Champion Ralph Guldahl National Amateur Champion. Bud Ward and the defending l. A. Titleholder Jiminy Lamia ret. Listed in the same Circle or sandwiched in Between the leaders 67 and 74, were golfers like Dick Metz Paul Runyan Horton Smith Clayton Heafner of Charlotte n. Cd a Craig Wood Ben Hogan Lawson Little Jiminy Thompson lie tiny Shute As Well As Dutra Harrison. Hines and others. Creek word rated among the Best fighters in Europe Anton Hristoforidi of Greece has arrived to try his Luck in i1, s. Out of too fights he a said to have scored at least 45 knockouts. Lies. Weighs about 168 pounds. Prep tossers end Long losing Streak Clearfield fi�?Ta., Jan. 6�?ly Fille longest losing Streak Iii the history of Scholastic basketball in this Section ended when Clearfield High Defeated Curwensville 25 12 this week after 32 consecutive losses starting in february of 1937. Wrestling sets the final the lineup Albert inc to half. And summary Fig it of p is Turbett f 0 0 3 a Arveson f ii it ii wave f i i ii 3 Gregerson c a it ii ii 4 Donnelly c. I 9 n i Bennett g 5 i i 11 mod Der Man g2 i 2 Bor hum g o i ii i totals la a a i 2.j fait Mon t flt i it of pm is Haertel to. I 0 a 2 Stevens f. I 0 i 2 Norman f 2 i 2 5 Sisson i0 a i Quot Chambers c. 2 i 2 a it Carr c0 ii ii 0 Gould a b 0 x Grotte g5 0 4 to totals. .15 a to summary free throw Sall it Lea 3 out of to Fairmont 2 on a if to. By the associated press Philadelphia Ireland threw Buffalo. 32 34. Hockey Steve it ase it 22o, associated Piess Don Evans 225, american association cons a i x a qty m inn i St. A pole Paul women bombers a dizzy Pace wins them top recognition 26. Sin in a teach Albert Lea pm it of f a Jorgenson f i 3 i 5 Quailey f i 0 i 2 Jasperson f i 0 3 2 Foley c 0 0 i 0 k i up c2 i i 4 strand g2 j 3 5 Bennett g 0 0 0 0 Leighley g i 3 i 5 totals 8 7 la 23 Fairmont Fig it of pts Misbach f. 5 0 i to Johnson f. .3 i j 7 Cady c3 0 i 6 Evans g 2 i 2 5 Follette g. 0 0 0 0 Olson g.0 0 i 0 Musset g .0 0 0 0 totals. .13 2 8 28 summary a f ree throw s fair ill out 2 out of in Albert Lea 7 out of in officials referee Dahl. Faribault Umpire Christenson St of r College Kansas 16 Oklahoma Missouri 53 Colorado ors Greeley 34. I it i Ike 17 St. I Jou is v. 29. Manville to teachers 60 William Jewell 26. Omaha 55 Nebraska Wesleyan it to Colorado College 38 Colorado mines 31. Oregon state in Idaho 36. Brigham Young 47 Montana state 33. Denver by Colorado stale 19. Montana 38 Eastern Washington College 3c. South Dakota state 46 Morningside i 39. I Georgia 47 South Carolina 31. Winona Minn teachers 38 Gua talus Adolphus 35. Oshkosh wig teachers 53 Platteville teachers 27. Stevens Point teachers 25 w Tidewater wis. It teachers 23. Superior wis teachers 40 Kau Claire teachers 37. Duluth teachers 40 Moorhead teachers 27. High school Staples 25 St. Cloud tech 20. Detroit lakes 43 Fosston 28. Red Wing 30 lied Wing alumni 23. St. James Umi Springfield lr.-21. Winthrop 37-8 new l in 23-11. Thief River Falls 36 Eveleth 23. Huntley 30 Blue Karth b 15 Superior wis. Cathedral 31 Bemidji 29. Crosby Ironton 34 Brainerd 26. Chaska 13-11 Glencoe 29-10. Marshall 48-40 Granite Falls 30-10. Buhl 28 Chisholm 27. Kee Vatin 27 Hibbing 26. Luther cagers play Central . Five Decorah Iowa. Jan. 6--- special a Luther thrice \ victorious and once beaten Cage team tackles its. Second Wisconsin state teachers College conference opponent of the season when the norsemen Center a Tain Central state teachers of Stev j ens Point wis., on saturday night coach Hamlet Al Peterson a Norse club has downed Augsburg twice and the alumni while Tau Claire teachers wrung out a 31 to 30 decision before the squad Dis i banded for the holidays. Practice sessions re commenced i on tuesday after a two weeks Lay off for the norsemen and with that in mind the Norse Mentor has worked his cagers hard. Most of those w to have seen varsity service so far reported in fairly Good physical shape As the Luther squad Points toward a Tough january slate. Misses Clark and Wyer first licensed Pilot and aide a race death won beyond Bob Swansong a flaming car is Auto in which Floyd Roberts of Van Guys cal., last years Winner suffered fatal injuries at May 30 Indianapolis Speedway. Roberts had collided with Swanson a third car driven by Chet Miller overturned foreground. Wilbur Shaw finished first Jimmy Snyder. 2d. Tournament final Kerkhoven 38 Olivia 14. Tournament Semi final i i a is St. Mary s Bird Island 13. Kerkhoven 29 Bird Inland la. Tournament Semi final Hillsboro n. D. 38 Hendrum 27. Ada 32 Halstad 16. Carl ton 36 Wren Shah 27. Minot. N i. 37 Bismarck . 22. Tournament final Fargo it. D. 26 Breckenridge 25. Tournament Consolation Wahpeton n. D. 29 Moorhead minn., is. Iou ambers to fight Al Davis j new Yolk Jan. 6 Tijou ambers world lightweight Champion and Al Davit of Brooklyn have been signed for a la round. Over weight match at Madison Square Garden Fob 23, promoter Mike Jacobs announced today. By w. N. Paxton a feature service Lake Placid n. Y. They laughed w Hen Katheryn Dewey away Hack in 1936, launched her foul Man bobsled Crew of females Down the icy dangerous slopes of America s number one sled Speed Way the it. Hoe Venberg olympic run. Grins of hard bitten male experts faded quickly. The amazons set a course record which stood until 1938, despite the efforts of the nation s Best in to teams. Now the National Amateur athletic i Ion officially has women a right to compete in the most thrilling and nerve wracking of Winters sports. Women will he permitted to race in the . Two and four a a men bobsled vents this Winter. Mere men will Clear the track and Duck. The women s Long Battle for bobsled Equality began in 1932 when miss Hazel Wharton woo permission to he the first woman to ride Down the twisting heart stopping olympic run. First pilots License although several women followed the Trail Blazer Down the Mountain Side it was a year later before the first woman. Miss Marion Clark received a pilots ii Cense. In february teamed v us miss Jean Wyer the Baltimore aviatrix raced in Novice Evio against men. Then came miss Dewey a Lake Placid student nurse. She obtained a pilots License after rid g it it Brake on her father s four Man Ere w. Some of the Hest male pilots stood at the top of it. Hoe Venberg on Jan. 26, 1936, and smiled at die husky miss and Ber Crew Rhea they marvelled As the amazons roared into Whiteface curve Marly a second ahead of the Days Hest time careened through Zig a and Over the finish to set a course record. That started serious agitation Fot emancipation of female bombers. In seven races during the 1936-57 season the Dewey Crow placed first four times and second twice in roles with male rivals. Surrender miss Dewey won the coveted Osborne trophy and the women were after . Officials in full cry. Officialdom finally stir Rem Deled to the smart lobbying of the girls and emancipation was voted at the recent National Amateur athletic Union convention in Hollywood Fla

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