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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, DECEMBER 15 1936 ELEViN "Y" TEAMS IN SECOND TESTS THIS WEEK OUT of the PRESSBOX By Al Mitchell I hope that Bob Feller won't be too disappointed . . if he doesn't find Cleveland's baseball team falling head over heels to offer him a $20,000 contract for next season. That's the price that Bob and his dad have-decided to as!; for the Iowa youngster's pitching services . . . his first year as a starting pitcher. It's just a guess . . . but Feller will pitch his first full year of baseball in Cleveland for something like $7,500, I'll predict * s * .TUDGE LANDIS MIGHT HAVE HANDED BOB CASH If Judge Kenesaw M. had declared Feller a free agent because of the sly way in which he was signed . . . the boy might have received a bonus ranging upward from 850,000. perhaps even to $100,000 , . depending upon how warm the bidding became. It is safe to say the decision cost the young man S50,- 000. To be sure, when Cleveland picked him up. he was just an Iowa farm boy FELLER with a blazing fast fall. Lots of country pitchers have that same fast one. But the fact remains he would have been in a position to collect handsomely if the Judge had merely said the word. The Judge declared Lee Handley . , , promising young infielder, a free agent . . and Lee sold himself to the Pirates for $20,000. That's $20,000 in pure gravy- THREE BATTLES ON LEAGUE LIST FOR THIS WEEK Connelly Leads Scorers for First Games With Total of 13 Counters. COMMERCIAL LEAGUE STANDINGS (First Round) W. L. Pet. Marshall and Swift 1 II 1.000 Diamond Bread 1 0 1.000 Corn Country 1 0 1.000 Decker's 0 I .00* Panst 0 1 .000 Hamilton's 0 1 .000 GAMES WEDNESDAY (At Y Court) I 7 o'clock—Diamond Bread vs. Hamil- I ton's. X o'clock.—Decker's vs. Pabst. ii o'clock—Corn Country v>. Marshall and Swift. Ready to go again in the second •.veek of their campaign, Mason City's six independent basketball teams will fight it out Wednesday night at the Y. M. C. A. court in the Commercial league. Three teams will try to keep their seats at the top of the standings, while three others will try to earn an even break for the season by scoring their first victories BE-GAZETTE S Joe Louis Flattens Eddie Simms in 18 Seconds Two Mason Cityans With Cyclone Wrestling Team Takes a Walk' Now Feller faces the same fate that falls to all other baseball chattels. He has to dicker with Cleveland for what he can get. He might get some good counsel on how tough it is to dicker with Cleveland by talking it over with Wesley Ferrell . . . former Cleveland pitcher. * * ? FOOTBALL'S ENDED, BUT THERE'S SURPRISES YET Appropriately enough in a football season full of surprises, scoring fell off during the 1936 gridiron campaign . . . even though there were plenty of Barnes decided by "telephone number" totals. Minnesota's 47 to 19 rout of Texas . . . and the 52 to 0 walloping handed Iowa . . . North Carolina's 59 to 14 triumph over Vir- i ginia and dozens of other games in j which the scoring was heavy on I both sides, had indicated the of- j fense held the upper hand. | m ^ v As a matter of cold fact, however ... an Associated Press survey showed 168 leading teams scored an average of 113.3 points for the season and that 1,438 games produced an average of 13.13 points a game. In 1935, 154 teams averaged 120.9 points per season . . . 1,407 games developed a game average of 13.24 points. In the 15 years the Associated Press has made the annual survey, scoring has declined from a high-water mark of 19 points a game to 12.19 points in 1934. This trend was partially offset during the four year spon of 1927*30, but resumed with increased vigor thereafter until the low was reached two ye:>.rs ago. Among major elevens, Louisiana State set the scoring pace this year with 281 points in 10 games . 93 of them in a "breather" game with Southweswra of Louisiana. Army, Dartmouth, Drake and Georgia Tech all compiled creditable scoring records with 238 points each. Little Haverford of Pennsylvania, on the other hand, scored only 8 points all season. CLEANERS LOSE The New York Globe-Trotters defeated Marshall and Swift of Mason City 42 to 26 in a Monday night game at Monroe school. Marshall and " Swift defeated Jacob E. Decker and Sons last Wednesday. 42 to 14, getting under way after the Decker squad had showed surprising defensive strength during the first period, which ended at 7-7. Diamond Bread defeated Pabst Blue Ribbon, 36 to 23, in the best game of the evening, while Corn Country held a six point margin over Hamilton's to win 27 to 19 in the windup contest. Diamond Bread plays Hamilton's in the opening contest at 7 o'clock Wednesday evening. Decker's meets Pabst Blue Ribbon in the 8 o'clock game, and Marshall and Swift moves into the last spot with Corn Country at 9 o'clock. Ced Connelly, stretched-out Cleaner center, led the scoring in last week's games, counting up 13 points. SCORING RECORDS Players— FG FT F Connelly . (MS) K I I Coan PLEASE the WIFE with a box of Whitman's wonderful Chocolates and Confections. The most delicious candy made—put up in the most intriguing wrappers. Stop in tonight and give her a pleasant surprise. Hickey Bros. Cigar Stores IN THE HOTEL HANFORD MMOD City, low* Ryan (MS) I.ane <DB> 4 Cordle (MS> t Boycr (DB) \ Anderson (CO { Oarlock (CO ! MacDonald (DB) : Ilinman (H) ., I Delacy (DB) '. i Kopecky (D .1 Humphrey (DB) ,, t H. Kholl (D) 2 Christensen (P) r: Weasels (H) 2 Johnson (CO ( Penny (H) '. | O. Bholl (D) I \Voll (H) 1 Poshusta (II) I Billman (CO 1 Paul (CO i Lee (CO i . Burns (DB) 1 Wolfe (MS) l Hawks I MS) I Linfecum (D) n Peterson (D) ri McDowell (H) ii Tftutrtle (CO 0 Kruitfel (CO » £tr!!iisvold (P) II Carroll (D) 11 Tracy (P) o Nelson (D) ii -Mathiason (MS) II Davis (DB) n Mitchell (DB) 0 EDDIE SIMMS IOWA TO SHOOT AT FOURTH WIN •Jawkeye Basketeers Crack Up Coyote Machine, Win by 11-Point Margin. PROBABLE LINEUPS IOWA Stephens F. Caddis F. Drees C. Van 1'sseldyk G. Suesens (c) G 'Stoecker, Hayries to Take Trip With Iowa State Squad This Week. A M E S—Almost an entirely green team will represent Iowa State college on the mat againsl Northwestern and Illinois this week-end in the opening duai wrestling meets for the Cyclones. Only two major lettermen and one minor award winner, will be on the Cyclone team when it faces Northwestern, at Evanston, 111., Friday afternoon and Illinois at Urbana, 111., Saturday afternoon. The dual meets with the two Big Ten schools are two of five contests the Cyclone grapplers have scheduled with teams from that conference this winter. Face Hawkeyes, Badgers. Wisconsin and Iowa will come to Ames for dual meets while -the Cyclones will go to Minneapolis to face Minnesota. Lawsence Hamilton, Iowa Falls, 126-pounder, Big Six runner up last winter, and Al Stoecker, Mason City, junior heavyweight, are the lone major letter winners on the Cyclone starting lineup. John Kirstein, Clarion, r minor letter winner,' will handle' the 126-pound assignment. George Haynes, Mason City, whom Coach Hugo Otopalik names as the most outstanding 118-pound prospect tie has had in years, and Royce Cox, Valley Junction, 155-pounder, -are the sophomores in the lineup. "We'll Learn a Lot." Frank Linn, Shelby, a senior, has shown great improvement this fall and will be used in the 145- pound class. Guy Henderson, Clearfield, who has been out of school several years, will fill in the 175-pound role. A battle is underway for the 165-pound assignment. Either Willis Brokaw, Fort Dodge, sophomore, or Richard Brisbin, Eagle Grove, junior football player, will win the position. "The outlook -is gloomy," Coach Otopalik proclaims. "We have a, green, inexeprienced bunch, but these pre-conf erence season matches will teach us a lot." DENVER Young Plrnat Babcook Wilson Jobnson Mitchell Wins Three to Top County Fight MITCHELL COLJXTY CLASS B BASKETBALL CONFERENCE W. L. Mitshell 3 a Carpenter 2 d Otranto ) ^ Orchard n Little Cedar n McTntlre (I SEASON BECOK» Mitchell 17; Orchard 10. Mitchell 22; Otranto 18 Mitchell 3i; Melntlre 1C. Carpenter'29; Little Cedar 1(1. Carpenter 18; Otranto 13. Otrantn 2G; Little Cedar 2-.'. I 1 Pet, 1.1)09 I.IKMI ..133 .000 .(Km .000 Officials: Keferee, II. G. Hedres (Dart mouth); umpire, A. P. Jenkins (lowai. Time and Place: Wednesday, 7::I5, Iowa fieldhouse. Broadcast: Station WSUI. 7:15. IOWA CITY, (JP)— The Univer- i | sity of Iowa will seek its fourth } f I victory of the season against the i ! touring Denver University basketball team Wednesday night after administering a 44 to 23 trouncing to South Dakota University here Monday night for its third straight win. The vastly improved Hawkeyes were held on even terms during the first 10 minutes of play, but after Wally Caddis' looper had given Iowa an 11 to 10 lead, the rout was on. With Stephens and Gaddis pumping from all angles, the Hawkeyes shot into a 26 to 14 halftime lead, and gradually increased it after the intermission. Coach Rollie Williams inserted the second team during the final five minutes of play, Stephens and Gaddis, with 15 points each, led the Iowa offense, and Ingalls' 8 counters was the best Coyote mark. THE BOS SCORE: CARPENTER—Mitchell, with three victories in as many starts, and Carpenter high school, with two wins in two games, lead the MitehcJl county Class B conference basketball race. KOZY KORNER'S TOTAL AT HEAD Johnson Gets Single, Three Game Honors in Monday City League Play. CITY LEAGUE • GAMES Alleys 1-2—Collire Grill vs. Decker's Plant, 3-4—Stoddard's vs. Maple Inn. 5-0—Open. 7-8—Old Timers vs. Decker's Office. Iowa State Students to Fill Gym for Year AMES—The basketball games of Iowa State college with Denver university. Dec. 18, and the University of Utah, Dec. 30, to be played in State gymnasium here have been designated as "School Day" games. Since the capacity of State gymnasium is only 3,500 and more than that number of students at Iowa State hold activity tickets which admit them to the athletic* contests, these two games played with members ol the fast Rocky Mountain conference during Christmas vacation will likely be the only two major games of the season which the public will be able to attend. Western Open to Be at West Coast Links CHICAGO, {JP>— Theh937 west- era open golf tournament will be held in mid-September at the Canterbury Country club at Cleveland and the western amateur will be played Aug. 31-Sept 6 at the Los Angeles Countrjjclub. - ^ . IOWA—4-1 Stephens I lohnson f Gaddis I Brattcn f Drees c Walsh c lelleer c uegens jt-e Thompson V. Y'ldyk I Bobby f Ely i |S. DAKOTA—23 If ft f f, ft f 3 5 l|Inir»IIs I 320 n ii uillyan f \ n o 0 7 I 2|McOlnty f " 0 OjLane c I I! lliHetland c fl (I :i|Homeyer g II I l|Ktlberr. c I 0 SIHornbtck t t 0 0 tt| II 3 0! 1 0 «| 0 0 01 \1 2 2 1 (I n u l t 1 1 Kozy Korner's 2,988 was good for a pair of victories and top rating in the weekly prize list as the City league got under way Monday night, while R. N. Johnson of Tyler-Ryan hadja 255 single and a 639 series to head the individual shooting for the evening. John Duncan's series and added pins, to total 679, went up on the pri2e board, with • Johnson's single, set at 260. ' KOZV KOBNEK Players—* B. Duncan . J. Duncan .. W. Duncan . Squiern ..... F. Duncan .. BOUT ENDED AS ONE BLOW PUTS EDDIE ON FLOOR Referee Stops Fight, Local Lad Knocked Silly WKen One Left Explodes. By CHARLES DUNKLEY CLEVELAND, (!?)— Joe Louis, 10 years ago an Alabama cotton picker at 10 cents a day, added another $20,000 to his bankroll Tuesday to. bring his 1936 ring, earnings up to $300,000 for six fights. Twenty thousand dollars for landing just one devastating left hook—that was the sum the frozen-faced Detroit 'Negro received for accomplishing the quickest knockout of his sensational career —paralyzing Cleveland's Eddie Simms in exactly 18 seconds of a bout scheduled to go. 10 rounds. The dramatic finish stunned the 11,000 persons in Cleveland's public hall last night. The spectators paid $50,000 to witness the charity fight sponsored by the leveland News hardly had settled back in their seats to en- ioy the battle before it was over. Fought Courageous Figrht. Simms, bearing a broken, twisted nose as scars of other battles, 'ought a fearless, courageous fight sefore the disastrous punch overlook him. He came' charging out of his corner crouched low, his eft hand extended. Simms landed half a dozen 3lows, first driving lefts to Louis' >ody and then shifting to the face, Louis danced away wtih the 195 }ound Cleveland heavyweight pressing after Mm. Simms suddenly lashed out with another left to the face and a right to the head." Louis shook his head for an instant and then, like a panther, sprung forward. He drove his .gloved left fist to Simms' jaw and it landed with a thud and with the speed of a bullet. Simms went, down flat on his back, his legs and arms in the air. He twisted and-struggled on the floor of the ring, trying to rise. Pulls Up Off Floor. He drew his legs under him and three times tried to clutch the ropes of the ring to bring himself to his feet. Finally, he caught the middle rope and pulled himself up at the count of eight, 26 seconds after the bout started. He was swaying like a drunken man. His eyes were glassy. Quick-thinking Arthur Donovan, of New York,- the referee, Cleveland to Give Bonus to Iowa Boy for Signing Missouri to Play as Grads Come Back for Cyclone Homecoming -AMES—For the fourth tim since 1931, the University of Mis souri football eleven- will be the homecoming opponent of Iowa State college. The • Tigers and Cyclones, who stand all even in grid victories since 1895, wil play before the Iowa State grad Oct. 30, 1937. George F. Veenker, Iowa State athletic director, announced also that the game with Kansas Stati college on state field Nov. 20 has been designed as Parent's day. The complete 1937 schedule facing the Cyclones and their ne\\ head coach, James J. Yeager, is as follows: Sept. 25 —Iowa Stale Teachers at Ames Oct. 2—Northwestern at Evanston, 111 Oct. 0—Nebraska at Ames. Oct. 10—Kansas at Lawrence, Kans. Oct. 23—Drake at DCS Molnes. Oct. 30—Missouri at Ames (Homecoming). Nov. G—Oklahoma at Norman, Okla. Nov. 13—Afarquette at Milwaukee, WIs. Nov. 20—Kansas State at Ames (Parents Day). Former Chicago Ace Breathes Gas to End Own Life at 60 Years CHICAGO, (jP) — Clarence B. Herschberger, 60, famous University of Chicago football star of the late nineties, is dead. Herschberger, who retired from the real estate business four ; years ago and who had suffered from heart disease, was found - in . the' gas-filled basement of his home Monday. Police said a tube was attached jto a laundry stove. Although he weighed only. 158 pounds, Herschberger played fullback during the 'days of the "flying wedge,?' and was one of the greatest running backs and kickers developed by: Amos ' Alonzo Stagg, former Maroon-- coach. He was an *Bob Must Prove Himself Before He Talks Like Jay "Dizzy" Dean. CLEVELAND, (#>)—A bonus clause may be dangled before Bob Feller to get the sensational 17-year-old rookie pitcher to sign his 1937 contract, C. C. Slapnicka. general manager of the Cleveland Indians, said Tuesday. Slapnicka said Feller's contract would be mailed "sometime in January" with the rest of the agreements, but would not reveal the amount lie intends to offer the Iowa schoolboy, who recently said he would demand $20,000. . "If Bob keeps up 'the~ pace" he set last season," said Slapnicka, "he certainly will be .entitled to high- rate compensation. "We Don't Know." "But, after all, he worked only a few games. We don't know -how well his arm will stand up over a season's play. We don't even know how effective he'll be when the batters lose their fear of being hit by his fast ball. "Personally, I think he's headed for a great career. I expect to see the day when he'll strike out 20 men. But contracts aren't based on hopes for the .future so much as on performance in the past. "Bob will have to prove himself at least for one full season before he starts talking salary in . through "his graduation in '1899 won 13 letters- in football; -baseball and track. .Walter Camp named him an -allrAmerican in 1898, the first midwest player, so honored. 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av. Actual Fins Handicap . 18!) 143 ;;oo 83I» 97 191 202 JCB JX7 18!) tar, 97 IS" 1G8 82 it 97 51.": 4fi7 20U7 291 809 117 TOTALS 1710 »|TOTALS 879 Score at half—Iowa 2G; South Dakota 14. Free throws missed—Stephens, WaUh, Van Ysseldyk, Delleer 2, Inialls 2. Lane 2, Homeyer. Officials—Keferee. Kreil Winter or Grinnell; umpire. W. W. Hartzell of Albla. TOTAL PINS .10301032 S20 2988 99(1 HERMANS ON DAIRT Players— 1st 2nd Md Total Av. Krumbholz .... J3CI 174 HIP 473 158 75amber IKt 170 168 301 107 133 135 4Ha 335 189 137 334 178 183 108 313 171 Doe 133 Gerard 2IIH Gunderson KM Actual Pins Handicap . , 849 97 871 •J" 7CB 97 2480 291 TOTAL PINS .. 946 963 863 2777 S2« MOOSE LODGE Players— 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av. J. Humphrey .. 183 16li 155 300 101) H. Humphrey .. 157 178 124 439 133 Doe 155 155 155 4115 155 Canton 174 1G8 1(1(1 302 167 Berhy 222 154 175 334 185 threw his arms around Simms and waved the Brown Bomber to his corner as Louis was moving in for the kill. It was the first time Simms had been knocked out in 52 battles over a period of five years. It will go down in the record book as a technical knockout, for Donovan stopped it because he believed he was justified. "Let's Take a Walk!" "Let's take a walk," Simms screamed at Donovan while the referee was shaking the boxer's head, trying to get the cobwebs out of it. "I'll go any place you say. How about going up on the roof? Let's take a run up the aisle." Donovan said he felt justified in stopping the fight because "another blow might have resulted fatally." "That one punch simply knocked Simms crazy," he added. "He never'knew what hit him. He was swaying helplessly and in no condition to defend himself. His arms were at his side. He was completely out on his feet. He couldn't have continued.- Another punch migh,t have resulted in a hospital case." Leland High Wins and Loses in Cage Scraps LELAND—Leland high school's basketball teams .split a doubleheader with Scarville at the loci, court, the local boys losing by 15 to 12, while the girls won 56 to 2. Arnold Ambroson, manager of the Leland Independents, announced that Scarville's Independents would play here .Wednesday night. FROSH REPORT CEDAR FALLS, - (ff)—Sixty-six- players, are. reporting to L. W. (Munn) Whitford, Iowa State Teachers college freshman basketball coach. Whitford intends to cut the squad to approximately 18 players in a few weeks. MILLER IS PREXY. SIOUX CITY, (£>)—Ryal Miller, Sioux City automobile dealer and sportsman, was elected president of the Western league baseball club here Monday, succeeding W. E. Melody, resigned. TAYLOR FIGHTS MARSHALLTOWN,. (£>)—Dixie Taylor, Waterloo, Iowa, middleweight champion, will meet his leading challenger, Chuck Broddus, of Des Moines, in a 10-round bout here. YANKEES WOULD PAY PLENTY BIG CASH FOR DIZZY That Is, Provided Hurler Could Be Taken Out of Senior Loop. By EDDIE BRIETZ NEW YORK, (JP)~ Note to ihe terms of Dizzy Dean," nicka declared. Slap- No Difficulty? The Indians general manager said he expected not the slightest difficulty '-in signing the rookie who holds the American league strikeout record for one game, because "Bob knows we'll take good care of him" if he fulfills expectations. Details of financial arrangements .with Feller' last summer, when, he joined the Indians in midseasori and wound' up with iye won and three lost, have hot >een revealed. Feller is known-to. e^a-eecived $2,500 more-^than iromised, however. Branch Rickey: If you can get Dizzy Dean out of the National league, the Yankees will pay you $400,000 for him. (Col. Ruppert says so himself) . . . Max Schmeling visited the Cotton club and was photographed "with Bill Robinson and Cab , Galloway . . . Jimmy Johnston is looking .for someone to;collaborate on a,book, "My Five Years in Madison Square Garden" . .... Latest wrestling gossip has the Paul Bowser- Rudy Dusek herds joining forces with Jack Curley against the powerful Toots Mondt. outfit . . .The Rose Bowl gairne'will be" a "financial, if .not an artistic, success. CARDS BUILD OWN PAKK Prosperity Note: The.Cardinals, who have been sharing sportsman's work with the Browns, will build their own stadium .. . Pete Reilly, the fight manager, gave Petey Scalzo, New York lightweight, $1,000 to turn pro and enlist , under . .the. Reilly banner (which Petey promptly did) . . . John Pesek, the Nebraska wrestler, keeps busy by racing greyhounds, raising turkeys, farming and running a gas station on the side ... so far as this column knows, Frank Shaughnessy of the International league is the only baseball league president who wears spats. SYRACUSE FLATS DEVILS Syracuse and Duke have booked a home and home 'football series for 1938 and 1939, with the opener at Syracuse. ... A. Linde Fowler, golf, expert of the smartly edited Boston Transcript, wants epic golf shots preserved for posterity in monument form. ... O. B. Keeler, the sage of Atlanta, supports the (Turn to Next Pace) Carpenter High Wins in Three Prep Tests CARPENTER—Carpenter high school defeated Otrantd' 18 to 13, and also beat the Otrantb reserves, 24 to 10: The local junior high school made it a cleani sweep by wi'iinihg 1.7 to~7-"in->» lame. PLAY SANTA TO YOUR AUTO KAR RADIOS Tropicoire Heaters $6.95 to $19.90 FROST SHIELDS 50c to $3.50 ELECTRIC and VACUUM FANS $2.50 to $6.50 FLASHLIGHTS 49e to $2.50 PRESTONE — WINTERFLO — PROTECTOL HIGHWAY OIL CO. "ON THE SQUARE FOR 15 YEARS" Corner State and Washington Phone 609 Two Keg Squads Get Share on Loop Lead Actual Tins Handicap "J (til 7(1!) 71. 71 828 ALGONA—The Algona Shop and the Flowers Coffee teams. members of the Algona bowling league, tied for first place this week and took the lead over the Phillips 66 team, which has been ahead so far in the season. The teams standings are: TOTAL PINS !>04 S!)2 S4I) 2096 89!) TVLER-RVAN Players— 1st 2nd :trd Total Av. Wall IK4 l»l JX4 55D US Pusch 187 Ha l.lfi 522 174 Tyler 15:( 1»2 121 4(i(l 153 Sorfderiaar* ... 14X 133 170 471 157 Johnson 18!) 235 185 639 118 Actual Fin* Handicap .. 970 82« 64 64 2657 192 urn 64 Forest Citv Plays in Two Fights This Week FOREST 'CITY—The Forest City high school basketball team will open its home season in a non-conference game with Thompson. Friday night Northwood plays at Forest City in the last game for the local team before the holiday vacation. Drake University Is Loser to Razorbacks GIVE HIM . . . SHIRTS and PAJAMAS TOTAL PINS .. 92* 1034 100 2«4!l 900 Coffee Shop !•: Flowern II Philllpx II Court House HI Fearless Five JO Farmery ....,**.,., 8 Hurt 5 Luverne 3 K 7 « in t.i II .1107 .RJ7 ..1811 ..VdS .144 Cage Scores HIGH SCHOOL Bake 29-5; Cryital Lake 26-9 <flrl«). Brltt 39; HajfleU 15. Scarvllle 15-J; Ltland 1S-W. Calmar 33-4; Bidfeway Z4-3*. HUGH DAVET AND SON Playeri— l>t Snd 3rd Total AT. Moe .......... 210 JM ill 812 20* Shannon ...... 325 17(1 200 010 203 Dnvey .......... IB* 201 180 ~iSK Collins ......... 13!) 17* 173 ISO Bey ........ -....189 171 183 .113 IBS 181 Actual Tins Handicap .. 932 46 317 4« •16 SSI 4« KM TOTAL PINS , 978 KflJ 1WS 284K GOLDEN GLOW .Players— lit 2nd 3rd Total Av. ftwafford 1M 102 193 540 186 Radellffe 148 17« 1M KM 17* Dot 1SS 155 155 405 1U Xrall 1M 16* 178 DM 1»» Hill .' 1IW-I7D 169—(WS 178 2*a Actual Plni . . SO* 170 870 Handicap 48 48 48 14* Ml W TOTAL PINS ,. M* 818 B7 *fl»7 FAYETTEVILLE, Ark., The Drake university basketball team Tuesday was enroute to Houston, Texas, where they will meet the Rice Owls Wednesday and Thursday, after dropping a 31 to 22 game to the University of Arkansas here Monday night. The Razorbacks were led by Elwin Gilliland,. all-southwest conference forward last '-.season, --with 15 points, while Chuck Orebaugh led the Bulldog offensive with 10. EIGHT IOWANS OMAHA, NEBR., (/P) — Eight lowans are members of Creighton university's 'freshman basketball squad, considered" one ol the most promising, in Bluejay history. Players from "the Hawkeye state include: Bob Koberff, Sioux City and Fred Fronkj Spirit T^ake. a a a a i a New arrivals in men's beautiful'shirts and pajamas that any man would welcome. See this large selection TODAY. "THE HUB" IS THE Of*LY STORE IN MASON" CITY SELLING THE FAMOUS KINGLY SHUT SOUTH FEDBBAL AVE.

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